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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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bl I,1b,i iI y Corn Bowing Out 'Peggy Goes Modern I Parking!! Meters City Infested 4 r I..


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After Setting The old gray mare, ate ain't- -what The discarded steam engine was line dropped to such a low point Yield $5,102In With Hordes

"he need to .be,.-and neither' ..if I ordered to the Wtldwood shops that the Seaboard asked per ,

r, r "Cl'yf and what will happen to It after 'mission'' to abandon the run. Th

: er New:High! r MarkBradford The end of an era'waa heralded" that la a matter of speculation. plea was denied however and Peggy First YearStark Of Mosquitoes

1 Pfggy. which ;was already In at long last! has com back
Wednesday when Peggy began (lit. tirvlce as a '"log road" when T Into Its own.

run from Starke to Bell sporting I J. Griffin began his career at Peggy now doe yeoman service parking: meters eel.
County's corn season it ebrated their first birthday anniversary That steady alap-tlap sound you
a brand new, flashy yellow and Seaboard agent here 'more than, hauling pulpwood and farm produce hear
drawing to a close after the big. on June 1. these summer evenings la 1
hAlf a century ago I.I getting tc and three days a week It
.e..t. rush In the history of I the black Diesel engine Of the lightweight bp During their first year of operation not the exhaust from mysterious .
a more important persona makes the run Into Camp Blending ,
State Farmers Market hero IMO Series with which I the 76 silent coin collector flying saucer, a* some have suspected r ,
In the Seaboard family all the time $to pick up care of ilmentt from .
The final buyer gathered $3,10282: In pennies and
was makingpreparations the Seaboard will
eventually equipall
i In the unhappy depression day the Trail Ridge mine. It'a really
to leave this weekend nlcklra. of which the City's share It is nothing more or less than I
Its branch lines of the early 1930's business on the earning/ its board and keep.
as corn began to mature In was $2.331.31: after the first I40C Starkeite fighting ,mosquitoes. t

Georgia and other states cluster tc (earmarked for the company tr The little pet' seem to be more -
f
, the great eastern markets. Conway And Libby cover Installation costs) was de bothersome than usual this summer ''-k H

Although the corn season liar Bill Terry Guest 1950 Tax,Roll ducted. and there's an element of danger, ,d'

GIrt been brief (about two weeks due Guests At RotaryLacy Annual take of each meter here a* well as annoyance In the Infestation. :.d''

to the fact that It :was all planted ran around ;8T, Prior to Install, Jack Trawlck. sanl.
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about the agree same that time It was, grower% very generally satisfactory At Lesion Meet operator Conway of an and airplane L. L.dustingand Libby, Paid Up In Full lion, a stated meter that company experience representative had- tarlan Department with reports the County that some Health of 't'

deal, and already plins spraying service for farm crops shown they should run from a low the mosquitoes now being bred In ',

I are In the making to Increnso acreage Bill Terry former New ',York were its guest of the Rotary Club in the at "Everything paid or purchased" of (30( annually to a high of SIlO this area are of th.'malarla-carry.

r next year even above the 1,800 Giant player and manager, highlighted : Wednesday meeting Thus reported Tax Collector J Figured on the basis of 28 ing type tIt

acre high point that was reached the American Legion Junior Legion Hall. '! R. Kelly following the annual I sate actual working days (meters are 1* believed that the moaqultc

this season. baseball training program with Mr. Conway spoke descr'blnn of delinquent tax property last not operated on Sunday, Thursday plague 1* occasioned by the unusually .
details whlcu"
of I he service W fused
Due to the flood of corn on the a visit to the local Post Tuesday Bradford County week. half holidays, or national holidays) dry mason which has

r market, and the fact that loadingwas night extenss tray by Only 102 parcel went "on the Starke's meters'averag a dally caused drainage ditches in the
farmers this' In effort
spring at block" this with bidder take of 23o each. This'I I. considered vicinity of Stark to dry up leaving
(Friday) at IIck Charley E. Johns will carried on at several other year : payIng -
'I afternoon explain : The program began with the to control the tar worn and otiui pool of stagnant water to form
G |II the time set for the some) of the purposes of the 10- points In addition to the Sttt showing of a movie of the 1949 corn pesHe stated 'that duet 11,413.911 to bring tax collection very gOOd by officials and
in this : to the 100 Indicates efficient enforcement of happy breeding grounds for moqultoes. *-
Starke of a Utealz.Ica dependance Drive. Market It I Is Impossible lo obtaina county
aI In : World Series between the Nw and spray could be applied much meter These ditches have else
ins the' original Liberty Bradford County has $12,000 complete estimate of the total percent mark for the eighth consecutive regulations.Although .
a
of York Yankee and the Brooklyr cheaper by plane than by hand been allowed to In weed.
In. Indepen- share of the 1653,950.000 Series movement from the county this year. only 76 meters were grow up
which repose I Dodgers. Following the movie Mr methods. He also described plane
forming Ideal for
an
hiding place
B National sales In the summer. It 1 Ie believed that these The 1949 tax roll totaled $lIIIS- Installed at first In recent weeks
Philadelphia quota Terry was Introduced by the Commander spraying method. for mosquito con
Hall, the
i
e ? 142.23, more than double the amount additional Installations been mosquitoes after they are
will be available and have !
'f.
drive which closes It Is figures can '
and July Of Post Nine JacksonvipeTerry trol.
will be
which
i bell, seen 'I that was paid In taxes In made to the 'number hatched and making It very diffi
d here, la one of 52 exact I I expected that the appearance of be compiled by next week, how I, talked to the team on the President O. S. Newcomb announced this in 1944. bring total cult to locate and spray the stagnant ,
county to the 100
contracted for
. less which are now' touring the Liberty Bell here will Impressthe ever. principles of the Cam. and recalled that a meeting of the old original POOL,
in
(idea of thrift "on Twenty-two railroad car of corn Every parcel offered the sale The meters' cost the City $62
entire Nation as a highlight the pubic many outstanding events of hit and new directors of the club will' Mr. Trawlck stated that the
[ great Independance Bond and bring ,home the realizationof were loaded here tale season--the' career In baseball and the great be held.next Tuesday night,. held June 7, was snapped up eagerly each ((1118 cost of meter plus $4 City and the Health Departmentare

e hopes for a financially Inde- largest shipment) : by rail In recent players that lie I had known. .> by Investor Tax certificatesbear Installation Total cost of the working 'together to control
e.
an Interest rate of 18
chairman of the pendent future. ,years. I Herb Thomas who .la the coach percent 100 meters would be a little less mosquitoes by cleaning and drainIng .
B. Sewell, the first and eight
The market; Is also handling the i year percent than $8,200, however since the
A "History of the Liberty Bell" New Motor Court ,
Iford County Volunteer Sav- of the local Legion team, and whc thereafter which must be ditches and spraying with oil
will be presented to largest volume of pepper In its h's-! $-I Installation charge was waivedfor
anyone purchasing has 28 In > and DDT.
profession
states spent years
that
Bond Committee paid by the owner of the property
( .
tory this season with shipment each meter that could be
a bond during the bell'svisit
hell will arrive from the'north baseball gave some sidelight' of concerned If he exercises his Citizens are asked to cooperateby
to continue for inotner t.vo week I mounted on a poet left standing
US 301 and will be greeted here or to anyone purchasIng Terr' career which he recalledfrom Well Under WayA right to redeem It within a two- observing the following; rule:
I a bond ,,at the bank or post Price has ranged from *1.CO: to T3 I their years .u teammates period. from the war-lim. meter 'which 1. Keep premises clean '
limits by a' year
t he i city welcoming Shipments of l-'ordhoo Lima were later removed.
office ,
Friday to the bell'sarrival.
Ittee. It will then proceed prior American Legion Junior baseball This I I. quite a different picture 3. .Do not permit puddle of
'The bond will have to,beans will continue for another I If the metro continue\ to yieldat
new 10-unlt tourist court Is watery empty tin can tq remainon
I la nationwide designed than
I roped-off block of .Court a program that witnessed in the depression
ten are
be shown In order for the days They bringing from their present rate they ahoulf
t, long the east side 'of the pur- $2 to $2.50. as a summer activity tc now under construction about two days of the early 1B30 when ; your place u they"",:",wlll be
chaser to receive a history. miles of the limit pay for themselves In twdi.more breeding
onU.S. I
house where brief ceremon- train men In athletic, sportsmai- north city there was perhaps more propertyon ground or' mosquitoes t
For children ,who come to see A few strawberr'ds! are still find 301: the year. After that the .nU..lr.v.enu. 3*Keep fish pools,cleaned out
like conduct and other characttt delinquent list than on the ..
held bell will
will be and the "' '
the bell and who at ing their way to the market and will to the oily,
purchase go -
I basebsP It will be named "Sleepy Hollow list and regularly :
} Iningpt building qualities Many paid-up nobody had any
d to
are $ $7
bringing from
least one savings stamp In either per Motor Court." and I Ie being ,
stars of today got their start In surplus cash with which to bid In
t la said that these replica lOc or 25c: denominations ,will be crate. the Legion program. Today 1r constructed by J. R. Belnap. who the property at the sale Former 83 Children Register Funeral Tuesday
s have the true tone that the given one of the new red, white, associated"with, ,
will his
be
229: ,who their son, Tax
players began career Collector O. A. Knight
final would have If it could beg Savings reCalls At Clinic Here For Mrs. L. N. Dodd
and blue School Stamp Summer Sports the major leagues there ar* .vet J. R. Bulnsp, Jr The Belnapscame that he was almost the only ,

The original bell of course, Booklets. Proving Popular In the American Legion, basebal' to Florida from Delaware, person attending the delinquent tax For Crippled, Cases Author And Veteran
never been heard.. It wa "The Liberty,Bell U a great deal program. and at tho present time have an sale In those day, .

t In London and when hung more thane symbol of the With Young Folks The Jones-Langford-Whlta team, apartment In the Olson Building Instead of being bought by Individual A very successful' Ct;p plad Chil Funeral servUet, for, MrsTXillllan

|Philadelphia in 1752 it broke ," Mr. Sewell Inde-l opened their *e*Thursday sfVt', on South ,Walnut St. *', .. I Is now the case most dren's Clinic was held In the office N. Dodd, 78 were held In thetdstptonC

h i the first-....stroke.... .of....the......clap..-., "Jt'la( thessymbol,,, of ours : 'The summer .program ,. 9 ( -ow.dhe.hi frh 'ach'athMjjofield. The gontr': W", ;array. $"vit.cot ot the .!delinquent-la, property Mr of the Bradford' oW\\y\ -kleai, b OB, : >beWlaeaClqTusetep; -
&Rrier,) c hifl fe Uie'American spirl.f sportS: Is running along 1 smoothly, Air of Bradford County' I I' Lake Wale.,, states that the"court vented, to the State .of Florid, partment on fi'vlday.Jtii 2fA; afternoon at' 4 o'clock wlttl Rev..

W'Seuell stated that, :Mayor Everyone within traveling"distance, according to lames C.' Hobbs di- Invited to turn out to support should ,be completed In about fur want of a buyer. Not a single total of 83 crippled and physically( Wilbur A. Scott officiating

R. Wainwright will make aIff ] of Starke U Invited to "see this rector. .. these young men three weeks. It Is of block con- parcel has gone to, the State In! handicapped children from Brad Mrs. Dodd died Wednesday, June

I address of welcome and,Sen. beautiful bell and'hear It ring. 'I Around 50 youngsters are en- struction. recent years, however. I ford Union Counties were examined 7, In Bay Pine Veterans Hospitalnear

rolled In the three Softball teams In this clinic. X complete .
I Ever since the establishment St, Petersburg where. she
as follows: Lions Stage RallyIn 1950 Car Tag Sales of Camp Blending early In- the report has not been received on had been confined by III health

ppkeys'Gets Hot Hands Lawtey I Irst Girls team, 4th through- the 9th Fifth Inning war years the Interest In property all those examined, as yet. but for the past four years,

Grade; Already Exceed here gained an impetus that hat! five of these canes have already Mm Dodd, a native of Manchester .

Brave team, 4th, through the 6th To Defeat ArcherThe Totals For 1949With not waned In the post war era. been. given appointments for eur. Ohio, was the widow Of the

Grade; Contributing also gory at Hope Haven Hosltsl Jack late Sidney H. Dodd. '"
factors are the They movei
Lion In witha
Defeat Of Softball Season Starke came "
>t Bova tram,. 7th through the 9th fast finish In the ninth Inning to only half the year checked rapid growth In population of FlorIda -i sonville. to.this section 26 years ago and

Grade. defeat Archer 8.7 In Bradford off the calendar the office of Tax as compared with the rest of' Including the, parent and other resided near Keystone Heights

umphreys Gold, at long last Humphreys' Frees Oames are played with Brooker Park Collector J. R. Kelly has already the nation and the Interest In children In the family It Is estimated Mrs Dodd was a veteran of
nightArcher
Ing lu stride in the Count every Wednesday and with Law. Tuesday got off to a flashy start old 134 more "plain" automobile Bradford County acreage shown that there were several World War I. having enlisted for

ttball League, staged a fourU: tey every Friday., and had Starke 7-0 at the end of tags than were old In the entire by large timber corporation and hundred.Individuals In the office service on Aug. 33. 1920.. She

f pug slug test to hand Lawtey In the boy Junior High game the fourth. The Lion began their year of 1949.Col1ector other Interest. : during this time. Sandwiches, prepared > held the rating of Yeoman 2nd)

fI first defeat of .the season last played here! with Brooker Wednesday In the fifth however scoring Kelly report that 2,043 and served by members ol Class In the U. S. Navy. Bile wu

!urday night. of last week_Stark won 84. rally "plain" tag have been sold to County Will Have the American Legion Auxiliary and a'member of the Christian Church
I four runs In that inning and another
gain Monday night Humphrey S- I Pitchers for Stark were Edward In the sixth. date this year while 1,909 were their friends, were very popul.rdurin& and American Legion Poet 58

heel !In on Its heretofore latent Akerldge and Marvin brown, with The-score wa still 7-5 In favor old In 1949. Overall salts last Two Delegates the lunch hour. Further Starke. .

entlallties to trounce .American Randall Davis catching. Brooks of Archer at the beginning of the year totaled 3,500./ while 3.524 tag. At Boys' State evidence of the number attendingwas She was the author of twc

{on 9.0 behind the effactlv i pitcher was Milton Mott. ninth. In the last half of the ninth of all classification were sold b) I noted by the fact that ten children's books "Flower Babes"

hint of Jerome Frick whc In the two game* played with Hardin hit a triple with May 1 this year. Bradford County will have two cases of soft drinks and 100 hall and "Animal Life.
however
uck out 10 men .In .5 Inning + s Lawtey (boys Junior High) Starke the bam loaded to allow the win' Collector Kelly said there was representatives at Boy State I pint of milk., donated by the American Survivor Include three stepchildren .

[Vie Frees, Humphrey short- won 16and Lawtey won the fling runs) for Starke to material a noticeable Increase liTthe num. this year Heretofore only thedelegate legion were also consumed. Robert Dodd and Fred

.paced the victory over Lawte {'Q1tn other 11-3. ize. ber of new car purchased duringthe cent by the American Dr. A. y Covlngton, director of Dodd. both of Keystone Height

t Saturday, setting the rathei ie ; Coach Hobbs stated that teenage Carr handled the mound assignment profitable strawberry and Legion attended thl> function. the Health Department, said: and Mr. Margaret Shrimp of

ark able record of two home tennis Instruction! I* beinggiven for the Lions. corn season which has just cloned This year, however, the Rotary 1 "We wish, at this time to extend Mulberry; and a sister Mrs Clara

In the same Inning.. At + h Tuesday and Trursdays, Stark also defeated the Post '"There isn't any explanation forth Club agreed to pay'' the..llp.n..1 our greatest appreciation tc Mlnnlck Akron Ohio

doff man, Free flouted; out I 'while sessions for adult are held Nine.Generals of Jacksonville 13-4 ,Increase except that more of another by to this Instructive all organisations and Individuals Active pallbearer at the funeral

homer first time at bat In 1bf, Tuesday. and Thursday nights. In a game here Thursday night of new car see being purchased or event. mentioned above and In addition, Tuesday were Elbert Rlbley. Adam

rth innIng. and,followed latei Regstratioa for the tennis laat week. Tommy Steven pitched w*, have more new people moving Boys State will be held In our stenographers. Mis Marian Kelsey Claude May Lynn Hall,

|th another with three men, on tournament which begins soon for the local Into the county" Kelly said. TallaJhasse beginning June 18 McRae, MI. Jo Ann Dlnkln, and Stafford Crews and E. A. Sapp.

P>g ther. Humphrey scored bJS, closed June IS. The Lion played Lake City here, Half year tags go on sale July and continuing through the following Miss Mane Dodd. who devoted Interment was In the Christian

ft of Its ten run in thus Inning "t Se;. this Thursday night but :the/ fine 1. Sunday. their time and effort. In makingthis Church Cemetery at Theresa under -

rley pitched for Lawtey Final Rites Here score was not know at press time, 'Th. local representatives will clinic successful." the direction of DeWitt O
In the second half,of Saturday Graduate HonoredAlfred be: W, O. Collins Jr., sponsoredby Jones.
'ht'. Kate Powell the American Legion and Cur-
doubleheader National) S S For Mrs. Home Summer
nard Fire Damages tie Edwards sponsored by the ProgramAt
defeated
Alvarez 7"Thl* S. Reid of Starke warn
me Is Kate Sarah Powell. 92 onetime Rotary Club. The boys were BHS Rev. T. G. MitchellIs
being protested by Alvarei Mrs. The horn of L. A. Wynn o one of a group of 140 University Library .
| in umpire's dectolon, resident of Starke died who selected for this honor by a BHS New Pastor
Lake wss damaged b) of Florida graduate capped To 8th
Hampton Begin July
Hits Two Homers 7 at the homeof committee the basis
FrIday June faculty on
night of last week Ameriin Wednesday. fire that started Lithe kitiher, off a four-year record of academicachievement
a Of Methodist Church
I Paul K. Powell. In of good citizenship. !
Legion scored a victory over her son, Monday afternoon. The bias was! during June Com Miss Audrey Newman Bradford

Nona] Guard 17... while SMS Airpark''Making Jacksonville. extinguished by volunteer work mencement weekend when they Boy State Is sponsored eachyear High School librarian announce Rev Thomas O. Mitchell, newly- t
tested by the Floridly AmericanLegion
Hercule. 1:1-T. Mrs Powell wae born January of neighbor, but damage wa, were Initiated Into Phi Kapp. !. that the opening date for assigned pastor of the Stark) '
In the second half of Monday Preparation For 3. 1858 In Mlddleburgr the daughter estimated at several hundred dot. Phi national honorary scholastic "to educate our youth In summer activities at the library Methodist Church arrived Tues

*ht's bill, Lawtey defeated Her State Air' Tour of the late Daniel and SarshLivingston tars. fraternity. the duties, privileges, rights, and ha been changed from July 1 to day and will preach for the first
lei f American Citizenship.
3.3.League. 1 McRa. Sh* went to responsibilities *> -: 8. *
." While In attendancethe July time here at the regular service
standings at the present ,Airplanes- will be "thick as hop*"I Jacksonville five years ago from Story hour are planned. follow In the church this Sunday.
e are: July, Hill. She lived In Starke boys have a very practical ?
around Keystone Airpark on Center Georgia Boys Who Tried To Saw lesson In elf government. They *: Rev. Mitchell received his A.B.
of time years
Won Let from period many .,
when representative groups for a
3
J- l.4wtey relatives In elect their own state, county, and Age 7 to 0 Monday., Wednesdays decree from Florida Southern
8 FlorIda ,
1 of and has many
Alvarez nearly all the large cltle ago municipal official, from governor Fridays: 10 a,m, to 12 noon, College and his D.D, from Emory
f 6 4 will participate In a Stat ,this section. Jail Receive SentencesJack down. University Atlanta. During the
J8MS Out Of Age 10 to 14 Tuesday
4 ,,3 ''AIr.Tour". This event 1 Is an an Besides her son she I Ie survived Way 121
4. Legion They also frame, prevent and Thursday, Friday 10 am to war he served for three year sea
4 5 Florida Kimbrough -
1 Herculee nual feature of the FAPA ( by a daughter Mrs. Rudy pas their own laws and ordinances noon. Navy chaplain la the Pacific

'. Humphreya ,4 '5 Air Pilot Association). of Ocala. and a brother Saunders and Willis Meek night"'and saw through .not net which will be enforced by their In addition to the story hour theatre For the past four year

1. N O. 2 5 T 'The rout of the Air Tour and Duncan McRa of Tampa. were sentenced by Judge A. Z. Ad- one.It own sheriffs and police officer the summer program at the librarywill ha has been pastor t>t the Motho-,

dope! ules! for this'week- are the top over are selected by the Funeral service were held lat kln last Friday on charge of Is stated that Saunders wife Likewise, they perform the functions Include games handcraft recording dint Church In Inverness.

as FAPA to Include the major pointsof Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock In breaking and entering. apparently slipped the. blade of judge. and attorney _(In *,.film and film strip Rev", Mitchell'. father was the)

Friday interest within the State. the H.rdalfe" Sons Chapel with both from Cordede through the window to the men their own courta.McMillan late Rev. J. T. Mitchell, who served
June lIS' SMS, v.. of Th two men In addition to the activities for
wtey scheduled Rev. Claude Haynes pastor during one of her visits to Starke In th.orld.. Conference for
are informationsfor
; National The visiting flyer to
Guard v.Hum. Methodist Oa. pleaded guilty children adults and high school
P rk the
'ya. Airpark around 10 the Riverside They Judge Adkin reprimanded Serves 40 years. _
to arrive at the I breaking and ntertng ,. students, are Invited to use the
Saturday will be entertained with, Church officiating.Following the theft of woman, who war present In court Mr Mitchell the new minister''
Jun. 17. Legion a.nw and were charged with book collection during the sum *
IS; Alvarez "". .Humphrey y. a swim party and luncheon before' the funeral service* good from a place of business at at the sentencing, but no formal On Surveyors GroupMerrill mer month. wife. Is the daughter of Dr. T.

LIT? Jun.19: Hercules v. taking off for other point of In Jacksonville tile body WM Brooker, belonging to Malcolm Lewis charge were made against her : O. McMillan, local surveyor Junior Ball Arthur Mostey. pastor of St.PaDI' .
r lion; Alvarea\ brought here for burial In Crosby May S. On JUne S Judge Adkln sentenced Legion Methodist Church In Eat:
v*. Lawtey., Interest! : and Ned Hicks on Alphonso Williams, colored wa recently appointed to .
Lake Cemetery. sentenced to four for the organization Team Opens. Season Galll.
t Saunders was truck driver, to 18 months In the serve on a committee ,

focal Surveyor Registration Bocks year, and Meek to two. state prison. William had been of Florida Surveyor The American Legion Juncos i

Octave Drapeau During their ty In the Brad convicted of manslaughter st a and Mapper 26 Auto AccidentsIn
I960
Kiwanis i Saturdays Baseball Team started its sea-
f Speaker Open the two men attempted Mr. McMillan attended a meet-
Drtpeau 76, died Tue.day. ford County Jail previous term of court In connedlion ton Thursday by playing a gamewith First Quarter.
Octave
kerrOI I A. tobreak out by Aittlng death of Mrs. A4 lag of the committee In Ocala
1 0. of Registration i Florida with the Ball Glut
McMlllUn, local Supervisor June 6, In North Lake City Legion
ur- with which Urn delegates -
YQr, : through an Iron :window bar vHa T. Van Allen In an automobile last Friday at Twenty-six highway accident
Waa Invited to announce that ree"latratlon after a brief llness. Mr. at the local ball park. The outcome
deliver .. Jr.
I Clinic with
*" Crosby broke to meet
first were; appointed
dre. blade. They on County
Lawtey Bradford
In
before In resident of Fall a hack aw accident near of this game ,was unknownat were reported
the Klwmnla Out book will be open Drapeau wa a cell door, the director of the Florida Engineering '
Ocala their upstairs first of 193O.: 1
lock the
on June 1 but had been visiting the on rib. S. 1949. press time. Next week UK during quarter
ie his talk Mr. MciflnlaD.t his office at the courthouse each River. Mass,In tills ectlon at the then came downstairs during the Th court denied a motion by Society In July and pre.sent Junior Club meet Ocala at Bradford Twenty-eight persona were Injured .

hat a client should Saturday from 9 mm. until If relative his death.ArnonI' night and sawed through the bar the defendant for a new trial the organization plan and,! Ball Park oa Thursday after.noon two fatally.
expect of s time of
114 to 5 p.m told Jailor Alvarez that: A supersedes bond of 11,000 recommendation death
lUrveyor and also recounted noon and from 2pm. his survivors I* a son. They of the proposed organization at 2:30.: Bradford County mileage
me of the beck they was fixed by the court and the Purpose rat. (number of death 100) .
Interesting don in accord.nc.wtur of Hampton.The after bending the bar '' the standardsof The Legion Junior Baseball Team per
!! early-day This being Jean Drapeau notice of appea I* to raise
'.erttncea ot W... grandfith-r of the new Flortj tamed to Fall found they *UU could not get out defendant filed surveying to meet present requirements I la sponsored by the local American million1 vehicle mile traveled)
rate asking a
lata body Court
H. E:. Lagergrsn.who did provision DeWitt C. so they straightened it out. hoping to the Supreme for the betterment of Legion Poet In cooperation with the was figured at 17.7 by the State
bf PermanentSingle. RegistrationSystem River for burial. and review of the order denying a of Public
the < not b noticed Department Safety.
that it would Andrew Motor Company
Mc
survey
4 _work! 1A Starke i effect in had charge of local arrange'meats. the surveyor and the client
next trial.
r$ Samford County durlllg his which I Ia now in Jones. they could com back the new Millan stated.
useful
cal'8er. j Bradford County.

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BRADFORD COUNTY T>CLL6Clt.F4 8TABKE.: FLORIDA PnlDtr
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plan tc I relatives Jacksonville. last week \
Ciddings
and Mrs.
Rev. Mrs
with hi*- love-for all eternityI Sam
So That All Hear- 'pray for neighbor and go to Chicago where they will Mr. and Mrs. Dock Wainwright guests TaYlor orl4
May every of Mr,
Bradford TelegraphESTABLISHED tc and daughter of Jacksonville. and
County University were
Northwestern II
the stranger on' the street-wnlt- enter vela, Sunday, "
their education.The 'vlsiting:,.relatlve* here last Sunday.
continue
where ever I
be his standing or
ever This
attendedthe Mr. and Mr. Frank
M.Y.F. Well werevisiting
1879 E. MATTHEWS.. OWNaa- DITO* rI we may meet. And most of all Lawtey Thursday communit.J r
*
y district meeting of M.T.F.'sat here during the weekend last
whom
I plead the cause of those the .
Friday and Entr Every *
14sbltabM who KingMley *
I offend; and those may her *
the Post Office.at glarice Fla. Edwards, the district for Largo, Georgia, where Mr home in .racklOQ
CUM Matter at I despise me and Ignore me to the Miss Ada I
U at the meeting Wells 1 Is employed.. Mia Maty urlel1ln '',8by< cJJ1
,
end. For in heart there U chairman presided '
r my afternoon
MEMBER ) but only warmth and gentleness people f.rom Starke, Waldo, Keystone here during the past term, returned
home with her Recent
/ .nOAnnually g L.aO For SU Month ; .V / and sorrow over sin. I do not and Lawtey. parents.. Deed
r thirst for bitterness, or crave the Lawtey teachers attendingsum- Y
smallest strife, but Just to be a mer school are Mrs. Joyce Futch,, Recent deed raw
', IN FLORIDA'S CATTLE INDUSTRY I friend to all whom God hath given Mrs. Frank Jones, Mis SimpsonJ. PINE LEVEL courthouse were;
A MILESTONE life. James J. Metcalfe. V. Rape and Tom Casey at Mr. and Mrs !It. 8.

Whether the reader is for or "agin" the so-called No- I want to clean the dining room. the University of Florida and Mrs Sly Mrs. H..M. McRae Bradford County tab:
I J.
State T.
Fence Law the law has been duly passed and will go into effect this afternoon and put up my now I iHermle Kelly: at Florida block Stabler 1 of of Stab
A
University 1,
throughout the State on July 1. How effective the law nylon curtains. When Don comes I Miss Mattie Harley of Jacksonville The Sunday services at Pine Level to Starke. Also*?

will be remains to be seen, of course but if it is observed and r. c home we have to dress this man was the weekend guest of Baptlettchurch were conductedby in the SE cor. or t ?
Jot
enforced it can prove to be beneficial in many diffrent ways. and put him in his casket. I have her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. the Rev. Cox.of Palatka In the J of A. L AII/al'l'
for instance, reduce the number of automobile acci- the truest bedroom alt clean with Harley. absence of Pastor W. E. Hall who Starke.MI' .
It .
can. '
with Mra. Ball, 1* conducting
dents due to open range grazing and at the same time minimize Ss \ chenille drapes and spread polished .I Mr. and Mrs.'R. Masters and revival at Charlotte, N. C, Sunday a andMr .lraRu.
the loss of cattle and hogs caused by traffic accidents.It floor and felt rugs. I never daughter, Kay, and J. W. Hall, of school attendance was 102. ton to Mr. and 1.11'1.1 j','
better control and was so happy' In all my born day Jacksonville, were visiting relatives nen of Bradford
in better breeding practice,
result
can Miss Joan Starling and Bill Star CoulII<
j which will all add to better profits for the Hat Whoopeel! In Lawtey last Saturday. land in the SB !
up returned home this week
improvement ling after
j Cod bless you all, Love, LURA.LAiITEY Mr. Jesse Smith and daughter quarter of the NE J
I their brother-in-law
cattle raiser. visiting and
this weekIn 23,
Quinnelle, are spending twp. 7 S,
Bradford County has a bright future so far as cattle Baldwin visiting relatives. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Grady NettlesIn range j 21

raising is concerned. The day may not be far off when the Linda and Hilda Crew. spent Jacksonville. of Mr.Hampton and Mr Prwa' .,
County will be known widely for its fine herds of beef and r last weekend in Oxford visiting Mr. and Mrs J. R. Bulllngton J. Rusha of to Mr w

dairy cattle, its improved pastures. Although the critics 'of Gwendolyn and Annette Nichols and daughter of Starke were recent land In the SB Hamp-,

the new law may not agree, such a picture is not compatiblewith .U,f.Taunt Ott nmitfPONCA.NEBRi L. II. fatch They attended Sunday school and dinner guest of the B, M quarter of sec 25 quar, r
open raqge. Progress is often painful, but in the final I I church In Oxford on Sunday. McRaes. 21 E. taQ
Analysis the majority benefit. New Methodist Pastor I Mrs. George Robert and Mrs Mrs. E. Balalge/. and daughter Mrs. Sarah WIUo .
Dr. W. T. Walters, who was Catherine Teare were business! Betty, of Cedar Rapids. Iowa, and
County to
A little patience on the part of all concerned will probably /I I F c. Hunt
assigned to the Lawtey Methodist visitors to Gainesville last Tuesday. Billy Marriage of Jacksonville are Starke. The Z!
"be
law. Fences have to : NW ,
the
help in the case of new Church as pastor at the annual I Mis Linda Crews Is visiting visiting ,Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc. SB qa
built, cattle have to be rounded up and penned or sold and : conference In Lakeland last Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson In Rae. Other guests of the McRaes range quarter 22 E. of we.11,

these things are going to take time. Cattle and hogs can- week arrived in Lawtey last Friday Jacksonville this week. during the weekend were Mr and Mr. and MM
not read and of course are ignorant of the change in their to assume his duties. Dr. and Mrs. T L. Wainwright and Dan Mrs Jessie William of Jacksonville of Jacksonville Sbn
boundaries, and after years of roaming about freely they are l Mrs. Walters have been In H.man- Wainwright were the guests oj and Mr, and Mr. Carl Dobbs Eugene C. Garner to Id
going to take some educating. A little understanding of the ina JPurgessModi'teen do for several years where he was Mr and Mrs Frank Rowe In Mac- of Lake City. W 1.2 of the NW olft

other fellow's problems in this case, .-as in others, will no --- pastor of the Methodist Church. clenny Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs O. ;'W. McRae and 30, twp. T S. range a quu j

doubt eventually smooth things out for all concerned. Wherein I enjoy the lovely June of The Rev. Winter GIddlngs, who and Mrs. G. W. Roberts children were visiting her parent Mr. and Mrs, F,1
I cup sugar and .one .tablespoon served as pastor here for the past were in Deland Sunday visiting Mr. and Mr.. N. A. Conner at Gainesville
day. I work I sin to Mr.
now DO UJS. AND U.S.S.R. STACK UP ; I pray. I of flour year, moved to Jacksonville earlier with Mrs. Roberts' Father J. II Midway Sunday afternoon.Mr Cox of Hampton. and
help to lay away the deceased. U teaspoon salt in the week Lw
where he will live Tatum. and Mra. Bishop Thomas and
and 9
j One of the great current topics of conversation I is just The beige-colored road with Make pastry and bake on a during the summer. In the fall Miss Ada Edwards. was_ -visiting children of Brooker and Mr. and dltion of to the block 30 of a
town
, ) how the United States and Russia! compare in, militarystrength. careless charm nine inch pie pan. Separate egga ot ft

S; On the one hand are those who say that the Soviet Spiral and curve! from farm I, beat yolk until light and.lemon i ..
Union is frighteningly superior-and at the other extreme to farm, j I colored Add lime! JuIce and rind --

are those who believe we are strong enough and have Looping Ira way around the red, one-half cup sugar,. lifted flour
I and ,
nothing' much to worry about. Door of a barn, 'a weathered cook until thick Btirrlng..con
stanUy, remove from heat and
An article in U.S. News & World Report has summed ahed. I. cool. Beat egg whites but
stiff>
'. up the available evidence and compressed it into.a feature of Winding now through, drift of orchard I not dry, adding salt and remain LOVETT'STARKE

J ,r uncommon interest and value. Fording the.creek a calm Indigo ing one-half cup sugar gradually.Add .
f', First of all, when' it comes to arms, the Soviet bloc of Circling the green ;wood, climbIng H cup of the meringue to
I nations la overwhelmingly ahead of the U.S. bloc. We can high the cooked mixture and pour into .
command 43 army divisions as against Russia's 170. We Into far pasture fenced with baked pie shell. Cover pie with
; have* 6,000 tanks and 14,000 combat aircraft against her sky.Oh. remaining meringue. and brownI
w 40,000 and 16.000 ,respectively. Of the traditional as weapons, follow a country road along ( know this must: be good!) FLORIDA Prices Good TTiroush: SAT., JUNE 17

we are ahead only in Naval craft-546 to 427. However, Mile that the meadow lark Ha.l'FULosJIINT8. When cornets ,

. .1\; U.S. News estimates our atom bomb stockpile totals 400, as blew with song of. bedspread get frazzled
against 25 for the communist world. And you will discover thoughIt cut them round and hem..<'Look CLUB OR SIRLOIN

'J', But arms aren't the whole story. In the last war, for startWith spring, It will end deep. In better my embroidery and wear''flois longer. I wind '

instance, we entered into hostilities at a terrific disadvantage summer' heart t spools from the thread..on Dora empty not

In this department. Japan Germany and Italy were all far Dorothy? Hope McCroden tangle then. Make-a picnic" table 6SKINLESS
ahead of us in the size and strength of every combat ser- These June cloth from sacks or any material STEAK

vice. What told in the long run was our military potential How 1 love/the scents days are and sights.flying. (Plastic": would be nice) end In

which simply means the industrial capacity that can be applied For two trip now I have gone each corner make a pocket. When
I to creating arming, transporting and maintaining a with Don to the Allen Mortuary. ready to use fill each pocket.with ,
great Army Navy and Air Force. We go up hill and down Into dales pebble. and the wind' will not

I So, when the U.S. News compares the production power --such a lovely pleasant ride. The blow it away.These ; LEAN ALL MEAT S
I :: 'of the two worlds the picture ''becomes infinitelymore en- alfalfa is being harvested; the I I days make me want tc MEATY
, : ;.couraging. The U.S. bloc ha.( an annual steel prodnction corn Is In lovely green rows. The daughter-in-law go fishing or on a plchic Uy ear Ml

capacity of 144,000,000 tons; the Russian bloc has 30000000. oats are a'sea of green about ten planned a picnic and when son I *ave Spare
: Inches high, Acre go tc
Annual coal production on our side is ''1,360,000,000 tons; rolling by a* we and sllda acre along go Indiana. I have told them { will ftNi! STEW 6S

I 'i 'Russia can count on 430,000,000. Electric power output per ,through the sunlight I I!'I'on I try to be there for July'the I 23rd 'b.
year runs 698,000,000,000 <
kilowatt
, 000 hours and 100,000,000- Once I wag In the hearse with a Sunday. Whoopee! a picnic: Ib. 4
'. respectively. Oil comes to 3,089,000,000 barrels; *; aKninst Don and we had the body of a along the creek with fried chicken
299,000,000. Rail mileage is 675.000.: sa opposed. to twenty-year-old boy who drowned' and all. I am working hard tc ,

'. 107,800. And Russia's food supplies are always, !short. in a pond used for watering cattle.{l r get ClAY my house HILL cleaned.Nice letter f ALL BEEF

I After summarizing the strengths and weaknesses! of the At one point It was thirty feet Dorothy from. HICKORY
I possible antagonists U.S. News said: "Outlook, with the deep and they say he dived into uated from Manning ninth-she has at".grad
grade HAMBURGERlb.45cBACK
Western means of d fense. .gradually overtaking the So- Last 1C HI. funeral I I. this afternoon Hill. My dear girl Joy,Wilkinson Clay MlBACONlb.4i 4

0-: viet means of waging an offensive war is for a stalemate of night another fellow passed'1* married to a Harris boy from
long duration rather away who lived on a farm several -
than a quick victory for Russia, if-war mile from Jacksonville, I understand I
.. comes. Each side is now getting into position to inflict' us. The night the do wish them all the happiness In .
boy drowned,
did
we not get him
i heavy damage on the other. Yet neither side at this'time, 'out of the water until two o'clock the world AGAIN! COTTAGE
I has the edge in offensive "
strength needed to win. and
then we worked until 6:30: on .I PRAY FOR ALL
Elsewhere in the article the magazine also bald "A him. So we saw the day break' I pray for those who are my CHEESE lb. 1
.: shooting war as things stand means a stalemate nobody and sun rise high. Don did not friend*-And who are kind to me TENDERAY BEEF!! Cut To Order

wants.. That is one reason why there Is so much hope that .have his clothes. off for over'thirty. -And that God will bless them ,
.
the ix hours.I J
formal
peace may be maintained, even though the cold
war periodically blows have been cleaning house No. 2Yt TROPICAL ALL FLAVORS
warmer so far as words are concerned. In FANCY CALfflLETTUI
: The masters of Russia certainly not bent between funerals and cooking.
are tHOWARD'S
. on self-destruc C
tion. 'And General I am so proud of laundry 3FOR20
as Marshall said in his impressive Memorial my PEACHES182C JELLO
: Day address at Arlington room. I worked the most of threedays
there
if may be no real victor on the, walla, painting them I ,
another war comes: --aU the nations be "
I troyed. may virtually des white with a waterproof white 1 -
water paint I have, a little gas WALDORF
stove down there and I_ ele..d. DRUf
i! .. .. -- ----- - = I it and ----- --

I I .ALVAK> L' STORE Established Men's Clothing. 1894 I II nil iThe||[||11 up have hot water green painted tank linoleum it I a made good on silver black the TISSUE, 4'FOR29c.2Lb.2 2 2DOZ.

floor It Is a nice place to Iron -

I and J shall can and make Jelly Blue Bonnet Colored FANCY
down there I have a telephonebell BLUE ROSE LARGELEMOI
.
FOR YOUR s REQUIREMENTS house now I on can the hear outside it from of the the) ... OLEQ29Clb RICE.3 29 ,

garden ,01' basement so I can Call on ua for reliable drag )

r It Pays 'TvT trade With 1, Slade t the safely telephone.be out anywhere That ha and broughtme hear I and .health needs at worthwhile ,

PROPANE great joy. I got out the lawn saving We pride ounelve OB 46 oz. OSAGE TOMATO

.I GAS V\ -..Appllances-"GAS big furniture furnace that room.was stored I shall In giveIt the/ the scrupulous- exacta_ wUchgoe JUICE 23ALlUX.l'KIiME 49(C

: a coat of paint and set it underthf Into every: single prescription iCAN '

SLADE GAS COMPANY\ Inc the big tree in the breeze between. I we fO&.. .
garage and house. _I' can .
mend and read out there in the" LAND O'SIJNSIHNE 303 CAN
E. Call St.
-
, Starke Fla. air. PHONE' 79 FANCY
I IOh

I the other morning told' Temple Avenue -'Starke; ..,... BUTTER PEAS 1 Oc'S'S

t't'' Don life gets better and better. : Potit
The little hedge we set out last I) .S.
fall I Ia .. _
." 4.. \ growing, and so are all M
the other things but one red, .. r .. JIM DANDY
'. flowering quince bush. It look ,
Sa Time 63C"
',rt. dead The iris are In full bloom Work, >. 5 lb.29c 3
Mid the peonies are just coming, ... I GRITS Lb.

1'.l EXCELLENCE ... out. Pur lawn I I. so pretty. I I and Money! ,
love to look over my garden too,
:' Th. English: pear are In bloomwe :Pounds: Of Your *
1 ,. and economy of management makeup have radishes and lettuce 9' MAXWELL HOUSE

a primary quality of our Service and onion.. Laundry Done InOnlj BRANDS S

6 1"?, : .... which Is dedicated to the affairs and meyi I got refund my NS.from life the Insurance Veteran'' .,. COFFEEM

k /,':! ." needs of bereavment. Administration. I got myself a s ILK
\\ Kodak with part of It, It will Minutes. It Is

t.>>...'.;;.'"'."J I. .. r take colored picture. I have a 40 Washed Spotless -
roll of film In DC."'. I took Don'spicture
f.: I DcWITT C. JONES In his new suit standing iy :Clean-Ready '

;;'',' Phone 7 Starke Fla. In front of the blooming splrea To'Iron! Lb. C :Tall
hedge. He took mine. They .
.,
I i ,'. should make pretty
plctu..rThank !
: Funeral Director Ambulance Cents Ja All It}
ServiceOur you dear one, who cent
'. .local funeral home .n.ble. us to offer conveniences and. m* lime pie recipe X shall In 40 Costs! Try Our
i'" the future print
moat of them
services not otherwise available.W i Can- Cans
"j. Here la the one from Mr. Fred ..
Service
.. err of Soon!
" v ''' Stark that I think the

.:.fumll the highest type Mrvlce at loweit lady wished:
price. and FLORIDA
,
". ".ootpt,,ANf'llfe. insurance policy In force, fused by ANT four egg LIME PIE (yum > yum) The Washeteria M \ .

'" .V company, aa payment In part or In full oa a funeral. on. large lime Or one and on -

,I. ( ; Consultation carries no obligation. half small lime 933 Temple Avei.. ill You Get What'

(a.... grated rind of one Ilia* Advertised At Stark 's Leading Food

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16 1950 ]

1950
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c
:::- BRADFORD COUNTY- TEUEGRATH.------ STARKE. FLORIDA PAnr. TlIRIIB"
1776. by pealing out the birth oj(r ntal. A recording
or LIBERTY a neW nation after a public reading .. was broadcast of that rumble! Angeles. Cant and was then stationed the Fart 'If error of the 8H of the Appear, STATE OF FLORIDA TO
C.JtREN'I'ES on June
sa of the. four-day-old Declaration 6. 1944, t o, at Fort Ord, Calif. Here- the 8KV of the NW* of said See.- Fannie' Baden whoe reelrt.no. and I Jr""e
lion' *4, .
signal
the Invasion Tt.wni.hlp I l41
CAMPAIGN ot ]tllrope. South Kange I addreea la. Navy Walk. Brook t
upon he waa assigned to the Criminal II *" .
of Independence. Independence } >< also! deecrlbed a.the lyn. New York:
I Independence Drive The famous crack meaning for farm has a deeper Investigation Division at Cam K."A.M. !N\\H fart of o'the Section" South ..eco fee t Tou are required to appear on: From where I Marsh
Savlnp Bondll, appeared 1 In183B I people than for Gordon, Ga. and attended Criminal ''P.Ii South Town June Hth. 1/6I., In the above named sit..I'yJoc
t1.S. em while the bell was tolled to. most Americans. Perhaps no other Wltnena n.O 1hand and Ka.t. Court and i eaua.. wherein plaintiffaeaka
II placing Investigation School. ) th* aaa.1 of
JulY 4. Be11. Ate. mourn the death of Chelf Justice I group prizes freedom of thought After said onlal Court Av of Starke. Florida, the.I' children divorce to and".'.nd..nt.award of ZJTadford minor
e Liberty Marshall. For nearly 11 and action more graduation from tha' : larkaonvlll Florida, County Telegraph ahall publish "I''Vltn.
old bell h811 years I than farmers. school Ally for pif 1.| 4t 1.1

p faJIIOUI for each state the tate and neglected afterward. the In bell February hung: silent 1846 and 1 1\t I And going no to doubt buy Florida and keep farmers all the are assume he the was duties ent of overseas his present tc .'...te.<'.'..?.*". ."la .<..earl...-....."raa5f". .rtl Canty., Order at stark In...next, Florida my four hand thb weekly and.- official laauea./, IttO'OFFICIAL. sea Oh-My Aching Food'Other )

d will drive.tour The replicas wall decided tn drill the crack i In, savings bonds they can, both now assignment. Plaintiff Marche.e. T>.v.fend.. !Frank nt. Case Salvator No 1130. ( A Clerk: of Lid. Court n .,.
he old< bell was Liberty and toll It In honor of and later. BROOKE Order or l*.kllra. ..n. And "..1.. Fa rty Haven (Cronby Deputy Clerk

I u crIcked.e tile George Washington's birthday. II t Be sure to see the replica bell 1 Mayor Hewlett BUS S.SCIIKDULH Anderson of "Frank A._...Salvatore"r TH OF IAr.FLOMII1TOI"..", who.' T. Frank Landrum Ally 5144tH| for Plf| night Just as I was settling feet and before it was ovary dam

Independenee Drive rang clear until around noon when which wll ben/ Starke Friday,, Brooker announces that the Tame rmdenre..and, addreoa la 6811 Arrhc"Yfor down with a book and a mellow if I wasn't actually enjoying my" ,I
: suddenly the crack June 18. at 3 *'*r* 1tl\naano. Hadeno,, !. rin-alt i
nd the wealth of hi- the became spread and pm. ami Trail Tours. Inc. inaugurated ? ?" KlarMai !.Court.f.......Rradterd..)' Ceaaty (lass of beer the wife tails doves self. Going back next week toot. f,

the crack evise In ble. ringing That' the set a time hoarse rum THRIFTY CHANGE bus service to Brooker_effective' July Tou.re 9. itgo.required In the to above appear named on I Hyman; Applabaum, Plaintiff' va -Joe-I almost "forgot-you and I From where I sit, we sometime
The r anyone Thursday June IS, as follows: Court. and Venice wherein plaintiffvek Minnie Applebanm (Also known aMa r are going over to the High School get an idea Into our head for .r .
acdelphla ha ever heard the true voice 01 The thrifty time to change an dlxnr cuMody of minor Applebaum), C..* '
rdered 200 years. Leave Brooker for Gainesville child. rradford Defenrteat, and take dancing lessons against something- and then bang
the electric County Telegraph .
and original Liberty Bell. light bulb Is when It No. Ttl4.Order
Mwmbly the By the time of the nation's centennial to look dark under' the glass begins, according and points south 925: am.. 4:40: ahall weekly puhliRh Inure.. this Order In next four of Publication .and N'otlce To Now. I can waits with the best onto It for dear We. Whether It'. ::1 yof
June 17:13: top In 1978 the bell had become to Rural Electrification p.m. Arrive Gainesville 9.50: a.m., Wltn..ii mv: hand and ,,111..1.1..1 1 Appear. STATE OF FIXRlnA TOt them so I put up a quiet Strug* square dancing, or the right to enjoy
ollJ'e' I" the Quaker 5:10: pm.I at Starke, Florida, this May 10, 1 SO Minnie Applebaum (also Known aa gle against going but It was no u... temperate beer or ale now and
bell .Ithl g a national shrine. It was takento Administration of the U.S. Depart' OFFICIAL, NEAL > A. J. Thnma.A. ., M.. Applehaum. ) whoHa re.ldencand *
fed on the expositions and celebrations In ment of Agriculture. To let Leave Gainesville for Brooker ,rf* clerk of acid Court address 'la 1601 Nelson Avenue, Turns out'It was the clais in then, we ow It to ourselves a* \
liberty the
proclaim By Haten Croebv Deputy Clerk. tlrnnx. New York.
and to all the New Orleans In 1885. Chicago !in bulb continue burlng until It goe lout and points north 11:25: am., 9:15: Itt';?' l.andrum. Stark. Florida You are required to appear on square dancing.And from the look .Americans to take an open-minded ....
he land achieved 1803 Atlanta In 1895. Charlestonin wastes electricity-and money I p.m. Arrive Brooker 11.50: a.m., for Plf. /.| 4t ttitm Jun 1t 1(BO. In tha sleeve named on some of the other men I Judged attitude that's even tilermake y. .
It 4 -- Court and wherein
thereof.noon on July 8,, 1902 Boston in 1903, and St.Louis Once a bulb becomes dingy Inside 9.0.p.m.: s 1..lt '...art. tm.,.... at In 1904. The last time It it may give off only about half a* The service la being established e. tertda., /'kaaMv... next four shell weekly puhliHh I l.auaa.Wtneaa the. Order 1 In bad been taken by surprise! .11 .
left Phllldelphla was In 1915 for much light as a new bulb yet use on a 30-day trial basic and will 1 orle Dun A >Duncan an, Liefendant.Plaintiff,('n.**..Markea .No.Order my hand and official' peal. Mlis Williams and Curly taw. -/i Adl I
the Panama-Pacific Exposition at about the same amount of electric be continued'permanf'ntly at the 79,4. at Starke Florida, title May 14, 1560. ton taught us what to do with our
or PuMlratltiBj 0.a. N.tle. Tal torFiciAL SEAL: > A. J, Thones.As .,
10NE 218 San Francisco. current. Darkening Is caused by expiration of that time If It has '. .ar. Nrtm, UK. F1.OHII1' TO Clerk of said Court sCepyrigllt .
It was truck the last time on bits of the filament which break proven profitable. Mark.. Duncan, whoa reeldenoe. By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk L'nltti Stain Ben FounJatit
T Frank 1950 ii
la unknown Landrum
: Atty. for Plf
New Tear's day in 1926 oft snd aer deposited on the Mayor Anderson all citizens iil
ONIAI.RIST to proclaim urges You are required! to appear on Starke Fla. elle; .4tl| r
the'nation's sesquicenten- It shows that the filament Is gl8s.1 of Brooker and surrounding July 3, 1C Ml. in I the above named
Court; anil .
Ing thin. Bulbs usually areas to patronize this service to seeks """V",..cause*. Bradford wherein County plaintiff Telegraph -
when the electricity is turned on', the fullest so that the community shall puhllah, this. Order In
'or off because the worn filament' maybe assured of Its continua next Wltneen four weekly I..""..
my hand and official seal NO
F A. breaks from heating or cooling. tion. at Starke: Florida this June 1, USD. MORE GUESSING I I1
..
,
S The housewife OFFICIAL $hAI.: ) A..1. Thomaa
E' Tlv can check on the Ae Clerk 0' paid Court
OWE RS K condition: of bulbs when she duets !. 1'.,. rir Hlt ('_..t. Rlaihtk J..1_ Vr Haven ('rooM'. Deputy Clerk. +
E If the dingy look won't dust off' real
OCCASIONSGARDENS :0 even with a damp cloth, that's her I Tiar.O f.astyr. Fiends. !. Ck.ac.rr N.. Atty.}for Plf. J 0.1 4t $.11 r-- -. At what you're spending as you .

E : F /!ue to put In a new bulb. ......lf I.IfBMtloB.. .I.rl.lfXIff.......... tl.rprT 0. M. Wil-. s I. fin-alt C.mr t'";_.'... Canary.Ftortdai shop t i.t ",

I .I Fluorescent lights nicker when !!.... Jr.. .t .!. D......V...... Harry. ttaden.fa t'a.sMry Plaintiff .... Fannie
T
'
-'R they begin to wear out and need MOTICH or SLIT lad.n .I>.'.nd.nl. ('a.. No. 7111
I changing. That farewell flicker THE Mm.BTATK! Wllllaipa OF FLoRIDA-TO Hammock and tLella Order! o< Publication and Notice To t." At what the correct price is on
IM not only Is hard on the eyes but R. J. Hammock bn husband Haute .
wastes electricity as well. Some. S h.tr, Perry. ,evt.e.e a.org-la: ;ar.nl.and th.*.,unknown aailffna FAST RELIEF # .) .;; every"item you buy'' '

; ALE I I times these fixtures need a enw claimants ll"nora, creditor olalmlna; tru.te.a Mt.r.ete and In other the from / ;, t

OTTERf Ls starter to give steady light. land heralnaft.r d.flcrlhDd by
through, under or asalnat O. 11(. PRICKLY HEAT + jil i. e1 At what each figure on I
Willi....., Br, d.p.av.d. r your
PLANTS ADDRESSESOF You ara hcr.bv notified that 'ault DIAPER RASH /
THOMPSON.L <* ha* b."n filed against: you andO Cash Register Slip refers to .
S WIRED INTERESTThe M. William, Jr. and Mary Nell CHAFING ITCHING ,
William. his wife DeWltt C. Jones I
HERE SHEET METAL Shop aa Administrator ,or the Batata: of TIRED, SORE FEET he' II
Temple Ave. _. Starke following new, renewal o. M. Wllllttma. Br,' d.raa.ed. and /
Stark md change of addresses received l united 8tata of America, In theeboveentltl.d ":aiaMedieated, l tYCO.BO.ROL I
Rear of Hartman Bldg. by the Telegraph will be of inter- 'hereby required' eau to .*..rv and. upon you plaintiffs are. fang.relief.. promptly THE PRICE IS MARKED ON
from prickly heat, diaperruh
'"'"" est to friends: attorney who" name and ad*
dr.MM hereon ;your written chafing, itching, rod
Mrs. Vonda E. Inman, 501 E. de-f.na.. r..n to eke! bill of complaint other minor ikm irritation
Park : In said l quit' copy of which I EVERY ITEM AT YOUR All
Ave..
Tallahassee Fla. .
FOR ALL TYPES OFEST in delivered I tn you"h. on or Don not diitolve, or clog the pores,, sue ,
CONTROL L. A. Wynn change from Hamp- before June 19. A. D. I960. 1 aiayt an the. akin-(King a cool velvetyamonthnni. .
ton to Cerro Cords N. C. Herein' fall not or decree, pro con* Vied by doctor and h", I
WRITE OR PHONE Mrs. T. E. Strickland Box 173 for femio the will relief b* prayed entered In asalnnt the: bill you of pitalt lucctufutljr for ear 1* ,..... % \ Not Just on the Shelves! .!

RIDA PEST CONTROLnd Belle Glade, Fla. complaint.Tha Make gout thin happy t.....,. Cat LYOO- i [ 6 I
nature of pall! > nult being: for {
J. L. Shrlver. 1033 Dolores Drive foreclosure on tha following deprrlbfd BO-ROL at your drugitore. Your monty Do you Iccrp track of your expenditures ai you shop I

CHEMICAL CO. Altadena Calif. SW'4 of P the i.nK. "Section' 14. Town. back if you're not completely' aatlifieil.LYCOBOROL; .. .check your purchases. against your cash register >slip> I
I Ala. St. .;:. Gainesville Ph. 6035 F Irene Bush, Box 3257, St chip 5 South ItRnire tt Knutt and L a ? as you put them away; compare current prices with

lilts Rodents All Household Pests Petersburg, Fis.SERVICE. the HK>4 Pact of the 14 arrrn NWJ4 of of tha Section ale of the 14. '. those you've been paying? We don't blame )jou a bit
fling Flame Proofing Townahlp t South Range II Kaat) 1 for those thrifty habits. In fait, we're making; films I
MEN \ ,, / easier for you by marking the price of every item it" I
I limprrtlons and Estimates Given by Graduate _- your AcVP right on its container-, will' si on our

Entomologists (University of Florida). IN THE NEWS R B ALVAREZ & SON AND shelves in addition to giving\ you) a Cash Register Slip.

y R. Sapp Roy 'V. Role Sergeant 1st Class John R STORAGE CO.. Stop in and see how helpful this price-marking policy
can be to I ISuperRight"
Queries a native of Brooker war you
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recently awarded the Rifle Marksman > We> operate localO I

Badge for qualified shooting
r=1 r=!, I I -I -= Sgt. ,,Quaries! who is assignee' enw5aI, mBros. & long distance
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law I iiiiiiiiii i mot '- to the Post MOVINc Meats!
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PAOli: 'Otm BKADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: 8TAKKE. FTRTI>AResidence ,
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And Mr. Peek Are Wedn Waldo OES Chapter Scene Of Colorful
r "" or I Marriage Of Miss Elizabeth Ann Powell Vliss Killingsworth Official
I Honored By
To Wayne B. Sargent Event of Sunday Lovely First. Baptist Church Ceremony .. Birthday Party
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Visit Attaway
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;: iru- Jill 1 HIllS Wllla VIda Kllllngsworth
granddaughter of Mrs. Charles R Waldo Chapter No. 120 Order Cynthia Diane

Cilllnwworth/ of Starke, and Sin. it the Eastern Star was honored ter of' .fr. and Mr"''?" V*
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clair Llewllyn Peek. son of Mrs S Friday evening June 0. by the way celebrated Her third bi At

._ U Peek and the late Mr. Peek of official visit of Mrs. Ethel Hays anniversary Tues" ""*

June Caldwell Office Utarke. were married in a lovely! worthy grand matron and Aria wUhapartyonthebacJTj

Ph. Stato Farm 45 Editor rbone 28 'andlellght ceremony In the First 'lean worthy grand patron of the on Utaveu i s'?

Baptist Church Thursday evening Grand Chapter of Florida. Hostess ort this .

p -=4- rtrS Sr -tSsJSr4 -rps. SrrSSS .S-I Tune 8, at 5 o'clock." ,. Preceding the meeting a banquet mother. Mrs. T. occasion w ,...

The Rev. L D. Hainea, pastor was held at Shenck's restaurant National Flag Q'hl:1.

Miss Marguerite Wainwright Mr. Jack Brassell >erform"d the ceremony before ar I ',iI, under the direction. of Mrs. J, B. on June 14, waa Day '
'ltar banked with plumosua fern 'oj worthy matron and tiu) theme ue "
Exchange Vows In Lawtey Church Ceremony Cottrell, of the party
__ ')n either side of the altar were, :' t banquet commItted: Mr. and Mrs and blue soldier Red h'J';
hats
Mis Mable Marguerite Wain- silver candelabra. all baskets holding white gladl- C. K. Pennlngton worthy patron and balloon were > .

wright. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The punch bowl was placed on I ill, and shasta daisies with fern and associate matron respectively;: The White birthday Used cak/It a r ,

Tn4by L. Wainwright of Lawtey a small table covered with a linen 'I 1th white tapers burning in j jnd Mrs, Martha' fctrlckland, 1 Ing three red candle(

and Jack Dlrrel Brassell ion of cloth and surrounded with branched candelabra: Garden flowers were used 'by att'd with small Was dl1!

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Braftsell. greenery. Presiding at the punchbowl Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist I 'he committee for table decoratlonl rlbbona, flags and

Sr.. ()f Evans, Ga.. were married were Mills Linda Carter, I :'" : ..tnd Mrs E. C. Mann. soloist, pre. ::1 : "bean hamper" favors were Games were played '

on Friday evening at 8 o'cock In Miss Joan. Bu ehmafl' Miss Idel!l ", -ented a program of nuptial musicreceding used as mint cups.! the afternoon directed uirturt

the Lawtey Methodist Church. Durban, Miss Betty Durban, Miss r> the ceremony. The, The regular meeting followed'he C. Llbhart of the by v"

The double ring ceremony wu Either Shuford, Miss Joyce New 7 : ''radftlonal 'wedding ,marches were banquet, with Mrs. Cottrell Ice cream, State r m

performed by the pastor of the some and Mis. AnnMoore.. "jsed. ; ; vorthy matron, presiding. The candy and lemonade individual n2 l
The
church. the Rev. Winter Glddlngs. Miss Sue Ann Langford of Lake bride who was unattendel hapter room was beautifully ,dec. by the'' little were
many
before a background of potted Butler had charge of the brl
plants cud gladioli. On either book.' 'eaturlng a fitted bodice with e !gated flowers and fern. A unique Mr*. Martin wm aASIot ;
aide of the altar were lighted Mr. Brassell was grauated from J high yoke and a bertha of Chantllly courtesy was given Mrs. Hays and Llbhart Land r MI'1I. A.
Mrs.
White tapers In graduated holders. Bradford High School and at 'ace and with a long skirt within 1ipI and' Mr. Bean by the "farmers" Mrs. A. B. Baker.W. T JacklOl,
Miss had her Florida State University overskirt 'of Chantilly lace
Wainwright as tended 1 of the Waldo Chapter. Mrs. Hays' Those f
( $
maid of honor Mlns Jean James of at Tallahassee where she received I Her fingertip veil feli from r '.. spelled out during enjovinir the ,
Miami with Miss Ann Carter as ''a BS degree in Education.Mr. 3.,. I ; ihlrred satin bonnet edged wltr : 'he*t drill name, completing was the "Ethel"in Cindy Haves were Hal LawJon. fe
I.- ; Raymond
bridesmaid while Mlos Patricia Brassellgraduated from ; 4 'ace. She carried a cascade of : and Bruce
back of the
the
orchid lights at
fret .4 t',1: wen, Keith
Wainwright niece of the bride, \Evan, Ga. high school after which ? white bride's roses centered with I from the Carlisle SeletaTV
: oom. A gift, chapter as. Sunnv
served as junior bridesmaid. h* joined the U. S. Navy. H* It ','white orc) ld. was presented Mrs. Hays by Mrs. Chuck and Robin LIb

Glenn Dickinson of St. Louts, now attending the Radio School of Ushers were Darby Peek brother and 'sack Shepherd. Janet ?,*
A. a
C. Stephenson
Mo., served as best man-- with Announcing In Jacksonville. "t the groom and William. N. Longof of "Hayaans" was presentedMr. I Mark Stevl'Jackson, Tommy AndM
Denmark
Jack and Dan broth Gainesville. Al and
Wainwright Following a trip
wedding
Bean from the ,
chapter by
Yancey
ers of the bride acting as ushers. through north Florida the 'couple Following the Wedding a recep Beverly Baker, BedT
Mrs. Hi M. Vickers, In verse. i McII\ sh.
Preceding the ceremony. Mrs will reside at 4912 Lenox Avenue tion was held In the education Janet and Jane H
Winter'Glddlngs pianist and Miss Jacksonville. ball of the church. Guests were t Honorary membership certificates -:Bobble Sue Barksdale, Billy) ,

Grace Thompson of Davenport Among the oul-of-town guests : .. Treated at the entrance by Mrs -.4)) were presented and the-worthy Grand my and Margie Ann Dowllni
Matron
Grand Worthy little
soloist presented program of Roy M. Ward and presented tc : Tommy Attaway.
at the wedding were Mr*. G. W. Patron the Worthy Matron and
music. The traditional the receiving line of $7sse' by
nuptial composed
Brassell Sr.. mother of the groom,
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wedding marches were used. and Mrs. Lily Clard grandmother Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs., C. .c. Kill- Worthy Patron Woodman Circle 't
Mrs. Perry DeShft. past grand ,
The bride. given in marriageby of the groom of Evans Ga.; Mr groom.Ingsworth which and stood the _bride and' _ Adah Bang a song to the tune of Met Tuesday'"
her brother James Wainwright anil : before a back. '
; Mrs. John Brandt of Oak "

chose a: while% suit with white as9 -Ridge, Tenn; Mr*. Frank Rowe Mr. and Mra. Wayne B. Sargent white ground' gladioli of floor and baskets shasta containing dasleSf "Together.the theme The of the words Worthy carryingout Grand met Tuesday evening fur I

norli.) Her shoulder cotiM Mill Jeanette'Burnsed and Miv I. Miss< Elizabeth 'Ann : "Sargent' the groom' mother;" the The bride's table .,: Matron's watchword, motto, key 'regular: meeting with Mn. jgie

'was bf White Carnations.! IrmA Jean Burnsed. cf! Ole'n St. daughter of) Mr.' and Mrs.PQWell'l: matron of honor and the brides. r-i With:,, a linen'cloth, and,was centered,covered I j_. Lovely Bride and aim were written by Mrs Barksdale. president, }raIng. <
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Immediately following the ceremony Msry; 'Mrs.\ Alice Lancford Maar" Powell of this city maid. !. {-' with the three tiered After ppending' ,some time with r Bettee DeSlia. '' "' ,
wedding
a reception Was held In the Ice Langford Miss Sue Ann Lang bride of .Wayne Bryan The bride's table was covered cake surrounded with white illusion their guests Mr. and Mrs. Peek Sliver in the Worthy 'Grand ,The hall Wall decorated *%

church Sunday school ann@lx. Upon Ford and Mrs. Joe' Brown of Lake son of Mr., and Mrs. M. M.v Sar with a linen cloth and centered with bows and streamer/ left for a wedding trip. The bride Matron's chosen pattern was presented color scheme of orchid and ft

arrival guests were presentedto Butler; If?. and Mrs. Louie L. gent of Keystone Height., in a with the three tiered wedding of white satin ribbon and cluster; traveled a rose linen suit with to Mr. and :Mrs. Hays by carried out with cut fowcni

the receiving line composed Wainwright Sr.. Mrs. Edward C. lovely candlelight ceremony Sun-, cake, surrounded with Illusion. of white carnation*) and feverfewat white accessories her corsage waf Mrs. DeSha. Pillows covered with greenery.

of the bride and groom and their Wainwright and Miss Joyce New day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the, The cake ,was flanked on either! Intervals. M.... Gordon W of orchids. Mrs. Bean' favorite floral designthe Members present who hit

attendantA. some of Gainesville; Mr. and First Baptist Church of ,Starke. aid* by lighted white candle In Grlmsley; 88rved the cake. I On their return Mr. and Mrs. Magnolia, were 'presented b; attended' the meetings for i m

The bride's table was covered Mr. F. B. Wainwright and family The ceremony was performed by silver" candelabra. Mrs. Harry I, The bowl Peek wilt reside in Starke. Mrs, DeSha, to tile Worthy Grand. I time were given recognition H

with a linen cloth and centered Miss Joan Buschman Miss Linda the pastor. the Rev. Lewis D.Hainesr Lapp- had charge of cutting the Individual punch was placed on Among the out-of-town guest! Patron and ,Jils wife... were Mn. T, C. Chasttln, X

with the three-tiered wedding Carter,' James Gill and Glenn CGlddlngs before, a background of cake.. .an table and was sur were Mr. and Mrs. H.' E. Alexanr The highlight of the evening wai I Violet :Thomas, and Mrs. FK

cake topped with a miniature of Jacksonville: and Mr. greenery. On either side of the The punch bo1ll. '. surroundedby rounded by plumosas fern-'nter.' der, Mra. Gordon- W. Grimaley the address of the Worthy Grand II Conway

bride and groom. On either side of and Mr. C. M. McClellon and altar were tall white basket holdIng fern Interspersed with gladioli, spersed Miss Jo with Ann white gladioli blooms Mr. and Mr*. Dewitt C. Jones. Mist, Matron. She'spoke on the'mean- ''The next regular meetings

the cake were tall white tapers In son.. Joe of' Wankeenah.I white gladioli carnations and were placed: on Idlvidual table: the punch bowl.Dlnklns preajded.Kat Elise Jones. Mrs.' C. W., ChalkefJfihn big need and the results of "Friend b* held June 27. at which t

fern. Placed at Intervals were on either side of the bride' -table. M. Chalker William H. Long ship" In the Order, In .dally lives Mrs.. Bessie Green of Ltal I 6

Children's Committee Met Monday To Discus graduated candelabra *holding At intervals on the punch tables Others assisting in caring for theJiu..ats and A. Z. Adklns, Jr., of Gainesville I. and in the Bible. will be. the distinguished pan
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lighted wblte tapers.PrecedIng were elver' trays holding mints and were Mrs. J. R. Kite Mrs ; Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll I]I > Both the Worthy Grand Matronand I

Participation In White House .Conference the ceremony a'program Individual cakes., Presiding at ..:T Jr.; F. Landrum Mrs. W. B. Mundy Bryant and Cornelia Carroll Mrs the Worthy Patron expressec Baptist WMS Notice
Mrs. H. L.
the Bradford' County Children, of nuptial music was presented the punch bowls were Miss Idell Brownlee Mrs. L Coiner Long Mrs. Richard Thede their appreciation and thanks for

A meeting of the Bradford I Committee, stated that discussion by Mrs. 1...'A. Canova organist Landrum Miss Jeax" Gay Thomasof A. Canova, Mrs. Maxie Carter. Mrs Richard Thede, Jr.. and Mr. and, the courtesies extended them dur I I The Women's Missionary Std

County Children's. Commute! "-*, "'.. .5 ..., being distributed tall and Oeorgbiones of Gainesville Gainesville. Miss Evelyn New- J. A. Lewis, Mrs. L. O. PowellMrs. Mrs. i Hal Alexander of'Jacksonville I. ing the evening. I of the First Baptist Chimb

held Monday June: .:: ,- to discuss kinds' soloist, sang 'Because" (de some and Mrs A. H. H. B. Alexander Mrs. R.. AWeeks ; and Mrs.- R A. Weeks
of (; .:.:!;aUona In th. Hurley. III. of Following the meeting a social I hold.Its regular program and I ta
summer recreation plans for children Hardelot) "1 Love You Truly" and Mrs J. H. Dennis. Keystone
county. Miss Hazel Fields had charge .of Heights. hour was enjoyed in the reception ness meeting in the church
of the'county and to plan The material which the outline, (Carrie Jacobs- Bond) and "The the bride's book. Mrs. A"W. Anderson rooms. tion.building next Tuesday if

furtherfor local action In connection will bring forth have many use Lord's Prayer", (Malotte). Sr., had charge of arrangements Methodist Circles noon at 3:30 o'clock with

with the Mid-Century White Primarily the questions are focusuon .' The bride had as her matron of) for the ,reception. Miss Stern Receives New Officers Doris Knight circle Mn. i

House Conference. on Children. and '"what the citizens of our.9ounty honor her sister, Mrs. R. O. :Miller After' spending ,several hours ..Divide Membership Degree In Music Elected Griffin leader In charge-at
,
youth .. think abdut the' condition Of Denver, Colo. Bridesmaids were with-) eir t By Beta Phi
that > gue U- Mr. and Mrs. Sigma ... program.-- .
The l luncheon meeting was held Mrs.. R. H. of the tWAt the reorganisation With High HonorsAt
Lappe. sister meetingof
affect child life In Bradford County Sargent left for their wedding ., f' .>- 1"< .,All members are urgeit"'
at the Dlxla: Motor Court Res The reports from ,the discussion bride and Miss Martha'Sargent trip. The bride traveled In s the Methodist Women's Society At the regular meeting oEthe tend. '

taurant. Jack Trawick was" In outlines will eventually reach the of Keystone Heights sister'' of the beige suit with- brown and white of Christian Service In the commencement exercises, held Gamma Theta Chapter of Beta

charge of the program and discussed office of the Florida Children groom. accessories. A purple orchid form church education building Mondayafternoon at the St. Louis Institute of Mus Sigma Phi last Monday evening

plans for swimming activities Commission where they will bf Key Sargent brother of the ed her corsage. of last week the followIng ic en Saturday morning June 3 I. at the'home of Mrs. S. G. Den

under Red Cross' sponsorshipThis compiled into a statewide- reportSo groom served as best man and assignments were made:' Miss Louise Stern of Starke, mark the following new officers
Mra.
program wlLl be held at far the following organisatlons ushers were Ed Best of Gainesville Sargent was graduatedfrom Circe 1: Mrs. Bertha Pearce, received her Pachelor of Music were elected! Mrs. E. Leslie Biggs,
Bradford school
Strickland's landing on Klngaley other than those reported and Hall Tyre of Keystone the claaa of high : with. leader Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs.W. nejrree. Cum Laude, as a piano president: Mrs. Robert C. Barks-

Lake, ,Mr. Trawick stated that have agreed to study the Whit Heights.'The ( by the Peters.49 and Glass was employed B. MIddleton Mrs. 1. P. Shep teaching m 1or. At the Institute dale, vice president; Mrs. S. G.

Frow Strickland had offered facilities House Conference outlines Stark matron of honor chose for In Gainesville for the Company herd, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs.. A. !!he studied piano with Harrietts Denmark treasurer; Mrs. Merry

for( swimming classes free of Rotary, Club Starke Lions Club, her sister's wedding a gown of months.. past six W. A.'Dd.eraon. Sr.. Mrs. C. H. Hunted Stuart, and Lyndon Crox- Beth Smith recording 'secretary;
charge' and all children of the Business A Professional Woman lime marquisette over taffeta.
county will b. offered free swimming Club Junior Woman's Club Stark She carried a nosegay of pink Mr. Sairgent waJ graduatedfrom F. H. Long Mra. E. S. Matthews ford.Miss '< secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Cordle WbJttJo

instruction under trainedpersonnel. PTA Lawtey and Brooker church rosebuds and carnations with a .' B. H. S. with the class of Mn. D. E. Knight. Mrs. Carrie Stern is a memberof PI, The new officers will be Installed Starke announce the birth of I ti

Mr. Trawick would and schoolgroups, RJE schoolteachers matching rosebud In her hair.' 44.He spent two years Ire the Hitch Mra. L, S. Hutto Mrs. Shelly Mu Alpha of Missouri national at the next regular meet girls, Susan and Sarah on J I

like to have persona qualified tc and patrons.All l.The bridesmaids wore gowns .Army serving; in the Pacific area. I I HallMrs.. Maude Fields, Mrs. music society, and the Bach Socie ing on June 28 to' be held at .the 7, in North Florida Clinic,
teach swimming or Interested Ir, outline fashioned like that of the matron On .hi* return to- civilian status A,'F.-' San Is, Mrs F.'C.' ty'of home of '; ReddlA
discussion should Holltngs-- St. Louis. She was aiso i I.member. Mrs! C. K. -Hayes. : ),(1'. snd Mrs. Orin J.
qualifying as swimming instructors be completed and returned by of'' honor but of orchid marquiette"Wlth he attended the University of"K worth. Mrs. Eula Whigham.. Mrs. of the Institute Prior to the business meeting of Raiford, announce the birth*
to contact him Immediately. August 1 to yellow nosegays and Florida Where he graduated June r..J, Stabler. Mrs. "G. W. Chorus Mrs. N
a member of the Brown and Arthur Thomas was InitlUed daughter.' on ,June 12 In
Mr.
Hobbs, BHS athletic coach. N. A following members! T. K. )McClan The bride given ID marriageby he was a colonel of' the cadets In i Godwin.. Mrs. W. D. Chandler

Parker,, principal of the Brooker H. P.. Morgan Mrs. R, A. Green her .brother, George Powell of R. O.T, C., on the Executive ]Mrs. W. Redgreve. Mrs. W N. W.S.C.S. NoticeThe Walter Cooper ni of Deland S
school and A. A. Cook, principalof I Starke. wore a gown of sheerest Council. and a member e>f th. siir.lima .. North grandmoP'tin. !'
I Dr. A. Y. Covlngton and Mrs '- and Mrs. Robert Whalln.,_. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lily of been the guest of his
the school .who told bridal Illusion with fitted bodies; Phi Epsilon fraternity.: Methodist WSCS for in*
Lawtey W. R. Morse.If ; a I Circle 2: Mrs L. D. Green will hold West Frankfort, HL returned ", Evelyn Cooper
the members of the committee of and a full skirt. She wore a. Among the out-of-town Its regular I and VI*
your organization has no guestsat I, leader,.Mrs. L. A. Davis, Miss Amy business and program home Tuesday after days. Mrs. Cooper
week's
the plans for summer recreation received Its outline you are advised cape of Illusion bordered) with, the wedding were Mr. and MrsGeorge Coburn, Miss Olive Ray Mrs. J. meeting at the church Monday, with visit I will leave today for their
program In their respective school to get In touch with Mrs Chantllly lace with matchlol'.lace, Jones," Mr and :Mr! *. Mack .W.,White, Mrs..p. W. White. Sr., I afternoon at 3:30: Mr..Lily's brother-In-l w and I Suwannee River, when

districts, included cooperation IT Edward Burns or L. M. Galnet mitts. Her finger tip veil fell L Rldgell :Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray Mr. ,S. 'A. Benton. Mrs. W. A. o'clock. sister Mr. and Mra. Titus Olson. I Cooper ;will spend theCARPENTER'S summel
the swimming .. from tiara of blossoms and Mrs. Joe Kuhn of ...
prol1'amMrs. members of the publicity com. a orange Gainesville; Bessent. Mrs. 1'. J, Griffin. Mrs.
W, R. Morse reported that mittee. fashioned of seed pearls. She Mr.'and Mra. R. E.. Tanner, ..JI'and .. Carl Johns, Mrs. Berry Johns '

two discussion outlines had been I carried a bouquet of white rosebuds Mrs. R. E. Tanner Sr.. of Mrs. A. D.. Martin. Mrs. W. H. -. CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTERSW4de

completed with participation by; Plans CompletedFor centered with an orchid. Baldwin; Mrs. T. O. Carter of Noll man, Mrs. H. 'C.. Ritch. Miss
members of the Baptist WMS and Mra. Powell mother of the bride, Providence: F. M. Bryan of Green Kate Struth Mrs. L. D. P
Vlnlng, 9 7aede1 u:ze4
St. Mark's Episcopal Auxiliary PhillipsFlynnWedding chose a gown of dusty rose crepe Cove Springs; Lt. and Mr. C. Mrs. A. Wood Miss Florence : 9H 4 'DtUIWEEKEND

Mrs. Edward Burns chairman 01 -July.I with white accessories. Her Amos of Jacksonville; Mr. and Wood )[I'!!. T. C. Wade Mrs. L. .
shoulder corsage was of white car. Mrs. Edwin L. Best of Gainesville; F Smith Mrs. W B. Parks Mrs ,SPECIAL!

h Flans have been completed anc, nations with silver ribbons. Larry Alderman...Mrs. Polly Fred- P. D. Fancher, Mrs. M. 11:. Grin- a Kaywoodie .' -LA.
'Mrs. Sargent chose for her' son's r'ktson) and Pipes
children Freddy and ci -
are announced for the marriage ot Mrs. J B. Cottrell and Mrs.
Miss wedding an afternoon dress of Marian. Mr. and Mrs. C E. Mitch ,
Betty Anne Flynn Titus Olson.
; daughterof .
ac pale pink lace with black accessories. ell. Guy Alderman Mr!. Eda M. .
J! Mr. and.Mr.. .O. B. Flynn o' . white
Starke to Owen Her'corsage was Gentry. Miss Lillian Gentry. Mr J
James Phillips of Mrs. 'J. M. Hembree. Mrs. H. H. _
carnations. and Mrs.
STARKE FLA Harold
Newln. D. F
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Macon. Ga.. son of Mr. and Mrs ,
Adams. Mrs. James .
O. J. Phillips of Lawtey Immediately following the wedding Baker Mr*. Lola Johnson. Mra Hobbs Mrs Yardlei/s ...- CONGEALED
Robert Green. ,Mrs. Shaving Bowls
G. S. New.comb."Hn.
a reception was held in the J. F. Wr. '
Fredriksson. and .
Fri. & 1Iat.luae! 18. 17' The wedding will be an event of MraR. Herbert Hogan. Mrs I) -
Education Hall of the church. 1... Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Bill SALAD
Saturday July 1. at 8
o'clock FRUIT
DOUBLE FEATURE : p.m. Morgan Richard, Mrs. Merry J
Upon arrival guests were present. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs Frank Wai
at the Flynn residence ..lsffersonS .
on -
ed to the receiving line composed rath.Mr Stella Stanley and Mr. Beth Smith. Mrs. J. .R. Wainwright ,

Forbidden Jungle 'Mrs.Street Glenn Wood. sister. of 'the of the bride and groom Mrs. and Mra. W. R., Allport all ofKeystone Doris .Mclntosh.Mrs. C. K.Mrs.Hayes '14.... -i S Sheaffer Pen & Pencil S rved'with your ch l
Dorothy .,,
the bride's mother Mrs.
Powell. ; Height
bride-elect will be matron of ho Sets
Don Harvey, Forest Taylor Cooper. Mrs. A. L.' Crosby. Jr.. the Following Meat Salad! !=
ANDSundown nor.No : Mrs.:, Herbert Deal. M.... Chantey
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but Invitation art being sent Baptist-Young Folk Buffet Dinner., For Johns Mrs. Alice Anderson'Mrs. '.. Genuine Badger Ham. Chicken, Tuna.
friends of the couple. are,,Invited V.J. Rape.Mrs. George V..Bunch. : Shaving
Riders Have Swim ----- I
to attend. Party Wedding Party1 Mrs: :'Grace -:-McComb.. sod :Mrs.E. = Brushes .

_" Aady Clyde, Jay Kirby Matrons : .Th* Sunbeam, the R. A.'. and Mm 8. 1.. Peek .and Mr. and!p L. ;Matthews. .
Young Circle
Plus '"Phitrfs Heart Three" the G. A.'s of the Baptist Church Mr*. Roy Ward entertained with. -- -:--

Cartoon Serial Plans Supper PartyThe enjoyed a swimming party Tuesday -r a buffet dinner at the home ofth ; Annual ,yDC' Picnic Old Spice Shavfng Sets

afternoon at the home of Mr*. former on Church Street honorIng Enjoyed I At Lake .5. Oc

Young Matron's Circle of 1... A.' Canova on Klngaley Lake Mia Wllla VIda Killingnort1> Many Other
II..... Mosu, Tueav, I... 18-tO ... ,"',. Select Gifts
the Presbyterian Church: met at 1 under' the direction: of Mr,. H. A. and S. L. Peek Jr., whose marriage The W.!T.-Weeks': chapter of the '

The Third Man the home of Mrs.- Charles Shep- Lawson. was an event of June 8, on Tuesday United Daughter 'of, the confederacy All Gifts for Dad

herd Thursday evening. June 8, Swimming wa enjoyed duringthe evening June. e, preceding: held Its annual plcnle aD'DleeUD& Gift- ,
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at 8 o'clock with six members and afternoon followed with a picnic their wedding rehearsal. wrapped Freel: d
Jo*. Cotton, VsJU Oraoai Well at the 11:. L. Matthews' with Saltines an
two,visitors present. supper on the lawn.1 .- ,
The buffet table"was cottage onrXIngsley Lake on Wed
centered
Plus "You Caa Make A MU- .
Mies Lucile Mitchell chairman, 1 Mra. Lawson was assisted by 'Ch .
lloo," ""Till I* America," Cartoon .. i with a low silver bowl holding; ararvngem.nt nesday. of last.we k. ps.
opening the meeting and turned Mrs. James Lewis. Mra. James
of :yellow' dahlias. The Matthews'
& News the devotional part of the programover Lawson. Mrs. Clyde Priest. Mrs.D. summer borne -fla
flanked on either side with lighted decorated for this
was : event
to :Miss L. Thorns, Mr. Ruth with It is our
Evelyn stump who .Baker. constant aim
yellow candle In I't desire
silver holder find
of shasta daisies
I We The gu *t* were seated at smal
and stokmta' with
! DOUBLE FEATURETROCADERO- Mr*. Fred Selley had charge of Mr. and Mrs..Paul Raymond and table la the living room and op Falllnethe luncheon greenery.'Mrs. to give you the finest profesaionaz'ervice possible.
the'prol1'am' and conducted an Charles Moony/ About 35 young
the un porch. Each table helda I.' M
Brownlee president con- We
Interesting Bible QuU. people cajoyed, this affair.: air all vase ''of, rosebud compound your prescription drugs
and lucted the business meftblC. At ___ with quality
During the business session \'I
marking place: of tho guest this tint officers for ;
were the
Hosesnary" lAne Johnny Down plans were made for the July BPW Will Meet bridal place cards.: year-were elected as follows coming Mrs.J. at'minimum prices.

-AND- nipper to be held at Kingaleyk During the evening, the host W. Klncald president Mrs.
-* on the 13th. Husbands and Th June meeting of the Stark -
hostesses
and
presented the honor J I. R. Kite first Tic
ArticManhont Mends of the circle member will Business and Professional Women'sClub president;
guesU with piece of
: their chosenpattern Mrs. W. G. Bane second vie
be honored guests at this time. will be held Monday eveningJun of china. pres'
id.a1'Mrs. 3. R. WainwrUht CARPENTER'SFllM
: 'N.'Cosirad. Carol TaantoaAbo During the social hour delicious 10. at 8 o'clock: In St. Edward Present at the dinner were mem- ; Mrs. L. O. Powell."secretary historian
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refreshment were served by the recreational: ball. New officer
: New. bars of the wedding party relative I Mlaa Olive Ray
; registrar
hostess assisted by Mrs. GeorgeStshler will serve for the first time ; The Store
*, and a few |ntlmat friends and Mrs. E. K. Perrymaa. chap Where Yvu See "
and Miss, Hazel Fields nd all member. are urged-to at of the couple lain. { Your PrualpUon
I
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COPNTT nSXJBGHAPH STARKE.:
CTjOlUDA PACK! rsvm

Mrs. Wlllsrd I
Pam and son Miss Mary Weldon of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs J. M. Edwards mnt T. Frank I-andrum, Stark, Florid. .. .
Gene of Tallahasste, are visit- arrived last week to wend twr family were in Daytona Beach fo Atty for 1'lf .... 4t tIm .7 .,.'.: .. -' ': : ..._,, .. ":_. '. "" '.: .'. :, '. :" :",: "': ',:. :;" ': i

D.Ingher Green parent. Mr. and Mrs L weeks here Wilting her parentsMr. the' weekend t where Mr. Edward (" ,..... ,....-... Bradford County.,
for two weeks and Mrs. S. A Weldon. was attending to business. Ktorldai lej Chancery.Nthanlel .
Mr. and Mrs L. D. P Rarad. Plaintiff, v"*. Dul/dozers Per Rent
Green and Mr and Mrs. and Get llarad
Mrs. Irene George Mlller dad a gift at Alvarez Store Bertha K Mather IMfend-
Johns atended the funeral ant. Cans No. 7831.
Jack
son. spent the weak
rH wEws of their brother-in-law. J a past two Mlas Lavonne Duncan Is spending Order Of P.hlttl..i. And "Kl.t.<-. ToAfVeur.
visiting in
Washington D. and
C.
.
Hunt, In Dade a summer vacation with relatives T\m Of .nunA 1OIHvrtha
City Saturday. New York City Before returning K. Mnther hared, whore
- --- I In Arkansas residence and ",'rfl" O kernel Clearing
I.till Ht.Mark
Let tm do *
a wonderful ... home week
job next they will visit rel. .
Avenue Hall It,
< Apartment
last week. Mn. J. R. Wainwright and your nummer wa/h ilmrnrt only.1 atives in Corning Pa. Go)ham Gold Stripe hose $1 'A. Brooklyn New York:
.Kiw.J I children Betty Lou Mary Kath SOo. Free pickup and. ,at Stump's. You are required to appear on 9 Slumping
Mr.
ck-IUery and Mrs
famfinding :
A Green J. I. Ogden of Pompano July IT, 11(0, In the ahov* named
weeks eryn and Richard, returned tc Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry spent last Friday night hereWith I Miss Judy Casey spent severa' Court and raUHo, wherein plaintiff 9 Drainage Ditches '

several j their home here last weekend after Ronnie Mundorff returned recently Mr. and Mra. G. J. DowlUig I days recently In Jacksonville witr eeeke divorce I shall publl.h Bradford. this County Order.Telraph In- :

ter.C spending two weeks In Miami. after spending three months en route to Hot Springs, Ark. foi her aunt Mrs. E. T. Vestal. next four weekly is.uee.Witness O Road GradingDaVE ;
sefvlee. Miss Sue at Aberdeen Md. several I Get dud l my hand and official' el
photographiC Bigg spent last week. attending school) weeks. a gift at Alvares Storey at Mlrke, Florid. this June 14, 150,
Camera Gift Shop end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Owen In connection with his membership Mr. and Mra. W IN Andrews had : Carl Roberts BHS Band dlreo- (OFFICIAL, HIOAi.) A. J. Thorn, e

Ia. Th.tre. it Griffin at Kingsley Lake. She In the: Florida National Guard. as their guests last weekend Mr tor left Thursday to atend that 1 ry Haven- A.Crnny.Clerk of Deputy said Court Clerk.

j. Clarke of Tampa returned 'with them to their homeIn Mr. and Mr W. A. Stern and Mrs. Tommie Hewitt of Valdosta Shrine Convention In Los Angeles May Selden, Helden liutidlair\ Daytona PII.tlltG

Johns of Green St Augustine Sunday and will tended the graduation Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Calif. Mr. Roberts is a member, Atty.W.ach for 1'lf, Florida, I-II .t T-T

rene weekend guestsherinlaw .visit for several days. of the St. Louis Institute of at'l Addison and Mrs. Abbie E. Holden I I of the Morocco Temple Shrine -

g. were and sister.Lrt. ', Suit and Plain Dresses, dry In St. Louis, :Mo., June 3. At of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bessie!I Band. H. A. Durden of Jacksonville I I.rivrldat' (" ,....!..(('.."...t....Bradford.,.. tenet. ?.I n. Del., Starke, or Contact Me at Crosby LakeStone

L. D. Green. cleaned only BOc etu-h. Free pickup time their daughter Miss Louise Green of Live Oak. I Reach and a former resident I..irene I... .'..I..n. Plaintiff, v.. . -
and. delivery. Starke Dry Stern was graduated with honor 1 Mrs. C. K. Hayes and Mrs. R. T ot. Starke la also attending the) l")av 34.. Peterman defendant. Cae No .-' .:. : : -. : .- ," "

Cleaner" &'Laundry. from, the Institute. Fowler were bridge and luncheon Convention as a member of the Order Of PakllreitloH led '\..tI.. T. ". .. ." .. .. "
Mrs Nelma Keen guests of' Mrs band. Mrs. Durden Is accompany .*we... nrtlK of" 1.OHIIt' "'0. -. -. .. .. --.. .' ,
had <
Williams .t
Javson shirts & pajamas forFather's as het I Hoye Day. Peterman. who. rldenr
him
guests last weekend her son-in-law I the Country Club In Gainesville lag. on the trip. and addre I I. unknown:

tevs rT Day at Stump's.Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Thursday of last week." I I Miss Patricia Carter of Madison July You IT.:are 160 required In the to ahov appear named on

and Mr. J. K. Douglas had Byrd of Green' Cove Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett K. Perry- I I Ga., In spending several days here Court and cruse wherein. plaintiff, od 1)9

as their guests last weekend their Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ray and ''I man Jr., and daughter Jan returned visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. seeki; divorce hall .ubllh Hradford thin County Ordur Teleirraph in-) "

lion'and daughter-in-law Mr. and daughter Roya Ann, left Sunday to their home In Bethlehem I and Mrs. W. G. Halle. next four weekly lueM.Wltneu .

Mrs.. A. C. Douglas of Brooker, for Chattanooga, Tenn., where they I Pa. last ,week after spendingsome Glenn Wood of Clewlston Spent I at Htxrke. ,. my hand thus and June..m..I..1* ItftO. CUT HATE DRUGS

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Andersonhad will make their home.Don't time here visiting his par. ''Mast weekend here visiting his (O"'It.'IAL'Io'II1rl""j: .) A' J. Tituma.,,: .t
Clerk 1 of raid Court
as their guests last weekend forget fathrr-get his gift I exits Judge and Mrs E. K. Ferry family Fly IlaV.n Crosby 11y" Clerk, WEEKEND SALE
Mra. Dolly Epperson Miss Kath at Alvarez' Store. A. J. Thomas, Jr: Star., Florida; ,
man.Miss Ally, fur Pit 1.11.t\ T-l
eryn Epperson and Mra. R. A Mrs. Hogan Smith and Mrs. J Winifred Curtis and Mist 4-H Girls Return .
L. Anderson Ruth Curtis of I farvjlt Court Bradford C*..tF. t
Strickland and daughter of Lake spent Monday In Lees. Ellzabethton Tenn. .
FlorldMl l (
Butler.. : burg. They were accompanied by were guests of Mr and Mrs. J. R I From Short CourseIn K Doebltn aaaerry.Kobert Plaintiff' v*. H. 7.50 3-WAY LAMPS Now 3.9&
Misses Jo Ann Smith. Ann John Kite several days last week. l ion Miie Doeblln, Defendant Case Only *
Don't forget father-get his gift TallahasseeEight No T*>.. I
at AIVIU'MStI.tre.' \ and Barbara Colley who will at. Ladies' cotton slips sz. 32- Order Of Pakllvatloil And Motle* TeA '

AlclorTIZO :Mrs. Emma Knight of Amerlcus tend there.the Methodist summer came 44. $1. Stump's. Bradford County girls returned :r..Ma'Ij ::\\I OK, whose KI. H1I reldnr TO 7.50 CRYSTAL, LAMPS, Pair ? 3.98
RCA Victor; 12't,-hmh" Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rasnako. of and adrtre. I* "Hunny I>lp", IHwh-
Ga.visIted
Mrs W. J.
i.tha Epperson, Mr. end Mrs. Gene home Saturday after five er Whetl y Farm Pacomb It.ld.e.
.....Ioiu. newbk" .Long Narrows, Va. and
are Mr.
tee Sr.,' and Mr. and :Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Mre. days of Intensive activity at the Ester.: Devon, Kn.lnit:
..nd.l. Iiae e 'week.Lavon spending two weeks at the E J. P. Stone and Mr. and Mrs. C You are required to appear. on 100 Bayer Aspirin Tablets 59C
6tet eith mairhini'UPS' last J.' Dowling cottage on KJngsley A,. Bowling of 39th State Short Course held at July II, 110, In the above named
wlrnn. her it.AC:, Andrews of Gainesville Pearlaburg Va. Florida State University In Tallahassee Court end cause, wherein plaintiff
IJ+n Lake.
epent last week seek divorce I Bradford County Tel
visiting their fa
... ... J U spending .several weeks herevisiting to recognize) the achievements erraph shall publish title Order In Children's
| p Plu. 1 11 r. Ta Mrs Nona C. Moore was called ther. H. C. Bayer Aspirin 19c
Boyer near Stark .
193 P.rtory S*..l.* his mother. Mra. S.. V.AJ1drew. of girls enrolled In Horn next four weekly teau.s.Wltn.e. t
(.........t Jatr.. : to Barwlck Ga., last week because. who has been seriously IU for some my hand and ..m..lal..al
of Demonstration'York.. at Clarke. June 1565.OFFICIAL
the
serious Illness of her mother.: "iJhl.
Mr.. and Mrs. A. E. McKinneyhad She was accompanied by hei time.Mr.. and Mrs C. K Jackson'and Enrolled: in the Course this year ( A. Clerk nf A. said J. Tiwma.Court. .: No. 1 SAL-HEPATICA e 1.21 :

C.ShepherdTV u. their guest last weekend daughter Miss Louise Moore. sons, Skippy and Mike of Valdosta. were 625: girls, 64 home demonstration Py Haven. Croby lieienty, Clerk .
.
lln .
Hay Helden. 8l Mrs. McKInney's father O. W. '
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns and Ga., are guests of Judge and agents and 39 local leaders tuna Hrh Florida, _
Helen ef Brookere, daughter Mary Rivers returnedto Mra E. K. Ferryman this week. from throughout Florida the Atty. for Pit. ..ttI 4t T-T 300 Size KLEENEX .; e e e e 27.c

,Miss Connie Knight and MrsA. their home here last weekend Sheriff P. D. Reddish, Sen. Charley lament number ever to attend In I'
Covers E. McKinney spent last Sat. after the S3: years sine the annualsessions
.spending: last week vacationing E. Johns and Representative
rt I ft Matllnon SU.gtarke ., urdffv in Jacksonville visiting with- in West- Florida. elect Doyle Conner attended the began. POCKET COMBS, Each ,. :k

Fla friends. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Martinet Sheriffs Association convention In Tuesday afternoon the group Only Jd

I Star Brand shoes for_ all the and daughter Betty Jean, of Jack Orlando Tuesday. was escorted by city police and 50c Ammoniated Tooth Powder .1ge
.
'
family at Stump's.Kill sonville spent several days here Rev and Mrs. J. R. Hill moved highway patrolmen to'' Wakulla (;

this week visiting Mr. Martinez's Tuesday to Dunnellon where Rev Springs where an evening of -

parents. Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Mar Hill was assigned to the pastorateof swimming boating, and a picnic One 1.50 Kaomagina, Weekend Only 129
'en All with
tinez. the Methodist Church for the supper was enjoyed.

I fi\s\u iff t f_"* 030 saw VAST esel' See. our large secretion of gifts new Conference year The Hllli _Wednesday afternoon the group
I (rVl/A IIIII2 a0M MM laoslfSMesues mass I Seen* for Father's Day. Alvarez St..re. have been In Starke for two years was again escorted to'the Gover- $$12ONITE, On Special At a" 83c

> r. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff spent. and have many friends here whc nor's. Mansion where they were Left! ;

last Friday evening In Gainesville will extend their beat wishes tf received, by the. First Lady. Mrs I !

visiting; relatives. I them In their new home. I Warren and the Governor's .sis $1 BISODOL, 5 oz. 89c
R tSU* MSNIt IACKI Miss Joan Shirts and
Carpenter returned pants dry cleaned ter, Miss Alma Warren. -
home last weekend after only 83c each. Free pickup, *I

:H DRUG STORE e anus' two weeks in Daytona Beach upending Visiting -' delivery Starke Dry. Cleaners of Thursday,Brooker night took M'III.part Ann In the Crosby an- REMINGTON 100 UNICAP, Now Only '. 3.11

Miss Carolyn Hamilton. & Laundry.
nual dress NEW-DELUXE
revue modelling a
Mrs. M. C. Stith and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. enC
daughter. Metzger
school dress that she had made.Pinin I Size 1.08
Sandy of Washington D. C., and daughter Irene, will\ leave this CITROCARBONATE oz.
Miss Mary Brownlee of Baltimore weekend for a four weeks' visit ? the week the girls heardaldr..a"eli NOISELESS

:i NOTICE -:- Md., arrived Saturday to spend with relatives In Lehtghton. Pa. by Governor Warren
and Secretary of State R. A. Qfy. rOKTADLE WHITE VASELINE Large 8 oz. 25c
Conn.
several weeks here visiting Mr Bridgeport During
A NEWCOMER to Starke And Dr. Doak S.
m and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. their absence Mr: and Mrs Louie Campbell, presidentof

and Mri. H. F. Jr. Dean will have charge of the Dixie the University and DirectorH. TYPEWRITERRegular
/ould Appreciate Your Patronage and daughter Helen of Strong Atlanta, Motor Court.W. G. Clayton of the Agricultural 100 AMPHOJEL TABLETS 1.13

I Auto Body & Fender Repairing: Ga., left last weekend after spending -' T. Clute of Daytona Be.cbwas Extension, Service I

du Pont Duco & duLux Paints Used a week here visiting: Mr. and a business visitor to Starkt Those attending the Course from Fletcher's I CASTORIA; Large Sz. 59c

}Welding '. Tainting + .Wrecks Rebuilt. Mrs. HarleJ F";: Strong.Mr ;. this week.. +' "' this- county 'were#' Shirley! Rosier ,

Free Esitmate First Class Work and Mrs. D. A. Montieth Bruce D.vla.and'son. Powell, of and Jeannette Blount Leywtcy/ ; FactorySet

Q of EuBtlce spent Sunday here visiting Arcadia were guests several dayr Margaret Hersey and Gladys. Price $9835 Phillip'* MILK MAGNESIA 59c

ralthaH9s Body Shop friends and relatives. this week of Mr. and Mrs. B. M Bandy Hampton:; Marian Norman

Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, Sr., of Davis and Geraldine Carter; Hell- OUR PRICE
Highway 100 South of City Limits Tallahassee arrived Sunday fora Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs tronn; Ann Crosby and Jackie

visit with her son and daughter- T. L. Casey were Mr, and Mrs B Green Brooker; Miss|. Dorothy rRKSUcirtlONSThl: pharmacy maintains complete supplies .

in-law. Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stub- A. Clark and daughter Jackie of Ross home demonstration agent I I of the moat modern drugs available.
bin Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Riley and Miss Oleeta Green. local leader -
7500 You can bring doctor's prescriptionto
Branch f'INSURANCE ) your
,
ftry Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrtff Jr., Conner of Winter Garden.
spent last Sunday here Matting See.. our large. setortlon of gift u" with the confidence and assurance

Mr. and Mrs. G.. J. McQrlff.W for Father's Day. Alvarez Store Boatdrain BaptistOn t _,..' that It will be compounded accurately Two I

Q. Halle was called to St Members of the family Including registered pharmaclntu! on duty and at
-- --- -- --- --, Petersburg last week because of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Melton of Sunday June 13, the Boat- PLUS TAX
the serious Illness of his brother Gainesville. Mr. and :Mrs. "J. C drain Baptist Church Is having an tlyour\ > service day or night.DRUG<< .

1 L. D.:Halle. Davis of Waldo and Mr. and Mrs all day service with dinner servedon '

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite will Nate Dyal of Starks were pres.. the grounds. All members and. EASY TERMS .

spend this weekend In Orlando attending ent at a birthday supper Wednes visitors. are welcome.

PHONE' 146 \ the marriage of Mrs. Kite's day evening on Hampton Lake

cousin, Burch Hart which will be honoring Berry Dyad, Jr., of Gra BRADFORDCOUNTY STORE'
I* Circuit r...r.. Hr4..r4 (....;,
I Constant Service Over 50 Years an event of Saturday evening at ham. Others present were Mr. arc Mevltfai lei (.....*rr,
S o'clock. Mrs. Dyal Sr. Mrs. Mandy Smith (oeorc Van ll.*m Plaintiff v.. K 0 C H
and Miss Catherine Starling of Paula. Van Ilelen' Defendant. Cane FREE DELIVERY :
Jimmy Rltcb, son of Mrs. Grace i i.Me. 7113.Order .
RItch is spending several weeks Graham. I Of PvfcllratloH *.* cell.. T*
I Ladies' dresses *._". STATIC OK KI.OHIII4 TOII'aula Phone 53 Starke, Fla.
C. Hazen summer sz.
with his grandfather J. Van Hl I. n, whone residence
1ssipIEDVT In Hernando. 9-52, at Stump's. land add-*** l I. T.ylln.*r Lean (IA.I TELEGRAPH
I I eaeienhelmt Holland!
You are required to appear on
.
lily' IT, 1160. In the above named
Cool, attraptlv turn RADIO At.Fl!! .. $ar.R\'U'- Court and "au... wherein plaintiff I
I*. imfurnl.hed ......... ...
apartment r rrflT rUm Paea Ise.WJ.kler % dlvoro Bradford County T>leffraph l-
fnt. iDcatlon, clone In. Eleetrla .......... K THEATRE .hall puhllnh thl Order In
201 w. MadKon/ R.ai R next tour weekly I"....... ,
t1DIOe FOR BALE lUt Cuhman motor STARKE 'Wltnee. mr hand and official eeal,
.cooler. Ilk. flew, Just painted at Hlarke. FlorMn. Ihll June 16. 1060IrirICLtL LAST CALL .
RF.p-.RICDr Lot* of extra. Pttrraln price
.
.... SEaL) A. J Thxma.
.I. 7 .A" ...d.1.. John Kemp at newspaper office Dedicated To Community Se"lce- A. Clerk of laid ('0".'.
Harare ..
........ .
fly Haven C..b l I> ClerkT '
rputy
:dl:;;. 5HP.TIIIOAD "EW Sinner! 8ewln' Machine Movies An C'Urr. Than Ever" Frank andruni, 1iI1".k.l'1..rld.. For
1'< rke. .Ph. SS*) Cash A Term are available In, Alty law fit tI-1t 4t 7-7 Shop Friday and Saturday '"
thl motion only through stoner I ; '

I"'Jkack"nn':? HA.l. .'LINO:;/ ck of on any Trance kind Sewing ton St., Machine Lake City Co., 1"4At.... N.Phone. Mar.I Saturday June 17 ONLY Tues. & Wed.. June 20 & 21 I rtorldai* 'rirral!. fear.........Bradford.,.. County, :i: ,

4W.. tl pie writ. or vlHlt. our shop Our DOUBLE Kay aimer Jr. Plaintiff' Nina VliAton ifii! i
Service wlli vlolf beiendant. N.: are always ;;
Sale rare
1':1':': GAl1lIlFN l'almr. Care 704i Visit DEN fARK'8-'he' friendly store. .
TI AUfN
LEvINJoN IN YOUR your home upon requeet. tf | Order Of P...ll<-.".-. *. .ri.PHINE m! Cha C. : npp..r, STATK OK C.OKIII Tar made to feel at home here. Visit us-today. .
atark.- Radio." Beat Cover, FOR SALE: 7 acre struck A berry I I Nina Palmer whose re.ldnre I I.
t* farm located *tt mllee east otBla.k. ((623 Oakland Avenue Charlotte, )
/tve 44 mile off highway. Ha. North Carolina .
I" 1'.D RADIO10.PMOr0HASH. three 1-room hou_. (II newly 1 You are required to appear'' on lIt For =
Tlf'..". ....." painted). All acreair fenced For July IT 1950. In the abon.named FLOOR LAMPS Glamour Rug (I
111..11 c co. *e3M MOOO ea.h. C. William.. Rt. 1. Court and r'Ujia'; where plaintiffaeeke : I
SHEPHERD .
box Jll, Stark. Itp 1.10 (County Teleitraph -
a
*dion 8t... stark ( ahall publish this Order In

(...... ...... _...:..1 MALE car for HELP Raw1el-h WANTED bu.lne"man.. In with city 1 nest Wltne four weekly my 'hand, Isauas.and om..I".1' ,r t
a .qUlpm.nt." 1...". ...leehli of Stark. Prvlou .*llln" e.- afHtarke Florida, thl* June 15, 1550.iovricIAL t v 7 i
e ei'' T". Q':ck .er.yle. perltnc* not .**.nth.'. Middle- ''w SEAL) A. J. Thoma, ..I -.1r
Iwh V.t'V" ...lle., Day aged man preferred It-year-old A. Clerk at ald. CourtBy f i.j
Cf Uallou.b IW. tf line household nece.*.ltla.. Writ -ROCky" Laae, AND Haven Croby Deputy Clerk .
Allan .
Ivlnr age and experience. Raw- with John J. Hendemon, K"l: 422 Colonial ,
L YOUR Tel. *;h''. Dpt. FAF-70-I1 .t- Avenue, Jacksonville, Florid' .
TIMBER
tendon Mr iJiw, P. O. Box 14 T, t Atty. for PI*. ..11 4t T'T

NOW I_Memphis 3. Tnn. 6lp T-7 I 1 .. CtmM Cone, ...,... "..'1'. :
t I II IW ..
Cash : !
Prices .Paid FOR RUNT ;; SALE: Completely I"H rlorMo h*> Ckeieweey.John "" .
See r. .Hack. Plaintiff, v* 1':1.1.l aHack
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turn I." -room .
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No. 79* Extra
Defendant Case
LL U R.nnold.. 100 l 8. Walnut' cart
YiN 'Mr. .
n A. ti.rny p'.b1M.Ie. Am* 1 ...e Tmtmmmmr.
BULK'OR -. MtaLMIM Orde Ol &lection.-/you e.
liP W Have Large _
IN ,, _M. Btark* M In .. STATIO Of rLnMIU TO A et
UNIT for Khle 0 Hack. who. rentdenc' and 0 would expect to much for I
harlns cows pay more 34
NOTICE: Anybody
133 E5th [ .""tnnm I I. lej-01 tilth etrex, E'ell- 1
Lewl.
DWIN\V': I con.aeOvid Sloek ---- A/IlalalfMllK al.e, Ian* Island New YorkiTa these nice rap!
PECK St.a.r J. E. Price 14054 : are require) (e appear on For Dad's I
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John W. Turner I tan 8tTPI (.2644, fax: And Cha'p. t "OI >"t of Z.rr." July 17. 1150In the wll.r.lnl1..ln'III above named 115S40aa Fb-asur hlJ SIZE.! 11r {
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SaocMrs" Court and cause
P. CURB GIRL WANTED: food work' Cups '
O. Box 483 Plus "Flytog **ek. divorce. Bradford County Telaraph i
have
ln condition l Must this Order lan.xt .1
aftY'c hall publl.h
Cartoon
Gainesville r7ernce App'
A 0
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FU. BAM Drive In. II. Witness I fear weekly my hand iaeuee.and o'lal....lat Large Double.Doer r rI
Xtark Florida thl*June 14. "60. {
lie a IjOBTt Bla fc A tan female h..un" & 19 /OYFIC1A1. BAL J. Th< ....*. Regular
Post card and I I( ) A.Mon., June. 18 : / ) A. :
ill Reward for return. Bill No i'l' ,Sun. A. Clerk of aid ...re, 24 9 Vato* CEDAR ROBES :
tome Me you Itt I. Bex III. in By Haven Croeby, b..puty Clerk.T .
BETTY GRABLE Florida'
Frank. j.ndrum.. Stark I
LE: I wANTED capable. ."P''rlefirsAaeereiary. An,. for JPIf. .-141 74rw
thnroaghbr.d
eal"... Pra"'c'll be a .nod tynitand i
duet : i
at. Stark.L eiaa. Hss+... ns k..... .horthund. .r b. aW ftrrmH Cmmrt, mntmlmw ...'...\,., For Dad's Clothing

: reasonably Itp.11I.JI. to ua..JlIt..o.d'rtophone.... pay.p>riy"nPiettfra WABASH 1 I 44PLm rtorldal Melxer tm *'*Harkln*mrmEnid -. Plaintiff. .... Regular price 59.95 f Solid Red C..t! !

I.M: I.ieer: : O' land A I In I-room, Andersen. manager Fla Tony Phone Oil P'-I*" Howard .P. Harklna, Defendant.Care 495 dar. Buy Dad something nice-use .I
104
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duet. Brooker
'' Iavetdlllentactok A21/D.Rr Stark. ewe "Wlnler 'apereskort Order ::. ....I.. *- .,...... T. our budget plan. ,
Appear. BTATM Of.OHII'. TO BALK! .
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1t. h",,".. fura.h.h..d. whoa> mldna* .7.'S
FOR RENT' 3 bedroom Howard P. Marklnn PRICK SAVE '!.!
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j,5! .t 1':1..t.' r.frla.raler' auto- and addre I la 1t.1I IlOth 8ir C. '
t P.I..n
Club .r h..'''' A r.n. Yorkt
water Bellalre. Nw
matte sae Mra1'k Thar &: FrL, ,June 22 &: 23 on
kI."f,. .le.elrsr., I blocks. from enurthf.M' : Yen are required to appear I
e. hren J. t>n..ltnc8,. lit W. Call: July 17. 1060 In the above named
-yut Psp.rs ? the, St.. o. ph. 11$. BIG HANGOVERVan Court. and eau.e. whrln plaintiff. .
Telearaph
Itend leeks dlvorr Bradford County
ILA. JohaMM, Elisabeth Taylor Order In Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
I modern loom. chall publish thl
led"'rlal bn mull
type up..I WANTBDt MATURE-Pun HARRIS laee.Wltaee .
r.,.100.aera.eHex." utotalmmat.rl.l.. S.rWnq.Haye Size VICTOR Pros "Llttln Red School Howe" next leer. weekly my hard, and onVlal rwaltfttarke.riorlda. .

t Ida, Carraain. of t; "Stork Mar- Cartoon "ScholaaUf E.gtand" .thl*June I. "60.. STARKE. FLA.
New .
Stark* Latent
It ; Plus tOFFIClAI Nw4Ls ..A. J.Thom.! 151
Short (
? .A" Clerk
.. rVk".'' .-. """"' mod- PLAIN or FAWCT' BKWINO' and. alteration. Uft" Cartoon By IIav.n Crpy beputy Clerk
stn S48lirkie ma Ape" .. Mr... !. r. Cochran. atTnr
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BRADFORD MTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. 522
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trouble. Discussed the problem'lots of fruit. But Just about time- of Montloch were Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, J. C: spective home during the ..

FARMER'S with O. J. Phillips of Lawtey. and the tomatoes are ready to ripen of Mr. and MrvffJ.. 'I Hardee of La Crosse.and Wilson STATE FARM: eratlon. recMrs ,.

he correctly diagnosed it as a lack the plant commences to fade off, day Green visited Eldon Baxter, a : Milo Selgl
of sufficient voltage at the pump., turns yellow, and the tomatoes Mr. and Mrs. patient In Veterans hospital, LakeCity By Mrs. Bryan WhitfleM on, Mike of TaJlahaaRee andOIl(

DIARY But we didn't see how that could start to rot. Have been told that I field and children Sunday afternoon. Saturday: night.and ,

be, as the wire leading out thereIs only way they can be grown successfully : visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and Lt Perry Galney of San Antonio, her parent*, Mr.. Sunda, 1IU!
By Sam McGarvey large enough Anyhow, before li by dusting frequently' tt. C. Mott Mrs. Rosa Pinholster attended the' Texas, Mr. and Mrs. IX. D. Spoon. WhltfieJd. and Mrs, BfIiI
through we had to makea I at Alach Raul- Tar. Selgler
we were Mrs. Brook commencement exercises er of Pahokee. Miss Helen wit
The. author will be glad to recrlve trip to Jacksonville) and buy s During a conversation with YUle visited Mr. ua high school Friday evening.; ersdn of Okeecbobee, Mr. and been here for a week, IIa;

the Items stctlvlMea of lnte of rent eoamri.Ing new motor (at almost' $30)). and Ralph Alvarez at the Market h, Mott last weekend.Mr. Little Ray Gano of Gainesville Mrs. Jack Nelson of Jacksonville: home with Mrs. Selgier I'tt
In
farmer just about fit to be tied. But we said that what we ahould have at and Mrs came Sunday to spend this summer Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brannen of' Accompanied
be Bradford left at County.the 8nggeUon may did get it working again, and hope the market is an auction. He said Cross visited Mr. with his grandqarenti, Mr.. Lake City Mrs. D. H. Beasley of drew of by Mrs. cut 4,
mailed 8am Telegraph office or that never again will we be without that we could have produce auctioned Mann Sunday. and Mrs. R. F; Gano. Lake Butler and Mrs. H. P. Gal- Starke Mr and 1.1"t
Florida.to Mcdarvoy, Lawtey I chickens, cow, calf, hogs dog.etc., .. off "1f the growers. favoredIt. Mr. and Mrv. ney of Brooker were guests of M. Turney and Mrs j G
water for almost a week. The Of course, being relative newcomers Wildwood visited Mr. and Mrs.' R. W. Brannen Sat- well' were In Clinton South py
wanted and needed water and iwt it; Is not for us to what I c.r.
say S. Kelley last urday night and Sunday. Una. Sunday until
Busy as bees the past two week!). Clone' Jr.. County Agent about it had to* lug it to them. Joy alone should be done and we have usual Mr and Mrs. T. LAKE GENEVABy ,, Mr. and Mr. J. L. Williams had the interest Wednesday II

getting our corr. out. Because of and he read an up-to-the-minute drinks about 7 gallons a ,day, and ly kept our big mouths closed, but Mr and Mrs. J. W. Blanche Cunningham; as Sunday visitors Mrs. Herman Presbyterian of 'rhornhll' r
the way we had planted, .te, soW d release from the! University which all in all, we carried quite a lot of we do wonder why, If the Market R. E. Karen and Hayes and Mrs. Lucius Crum of children's homt
stated that there was no appreciable water. Bitter lesson learned It Manager favor It, It couldn't be attended M. D. Carter of Lake Worth
rows, we could not use the tract M difference ih results of using that we will not buy another pieceof tried, at least. Frances Ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Flnlry and East Point and Madison.Mr. and Mrs. Otis been visiting Mr. and Mrs bu

and had to use a mute NelghborEd either 5 or 10 percent DDT equipment without a definite un.derstanding . I 11I'V W Towers'"of daughter left Tuesday: for a two Brockman of W. and Strtngfellow and other rel,6in ',
Mrs. W. McCrary Billy, ,
May and John Shuford pltchec Furthermore, that results obtain. of who is going tc I We have noticed that In every afternoon.Mrs. months' vacation. They: expectto this section of the tate
in and helped and before long ed depended a great deal on amount service it and get, it running when' batch of pigs there Is usually an day Davis Kellev visit Washington, D.C., end JlcCrary of Jacksonville, game past I week. \\hi!,

what looked like an .Impoantblc of Infestation present 'In It breaks down. Because sooner outcast who roams by himself and]and Miss Lubedia other northern point* of Sunday to visit Iff. and Mrs. Mrs. Sentell 1 Chambers ,,
job (for' new farmers) wa doneDid cases where a light Infestation occurred or later, any piece of equipment is generally driven off by the ed Mr. and Mrs. C. and will visit relatives !in Ifttl'relL'j Dennis Fancher, tep Haven I Is visiting Mr. of "W4
not get a bigyield due to I 5 dusting with DDT gave needs repair, no matter how good others when he tries to be sociable 'Gainesville Sunday Their son end Mra. C. F Edwards of. Jackeo'syule J.. B. Chambers. ana lea
poor .tane!. In fact got one:J about 90 percent worm control it Is. And then has been visiting Mr. and
; I you want to get it It could be that he Is an usually Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I Thursday of
15000 out of the field, which but In'cases of heavy infestation, ; fixed, promptly and economically complaining Individual, finding son visited Mr. will be In charge of the Harrm'j; Mrs. W. E. Feagle for the past Virginia Engram,last week EntnT in
"ifter expenses of 90.00 coat waileducted control amounted to only 2& per Its all right, so far as we are con fault at every turn (perhaps he's Douglas of Starke service station several. weeks.Mrs. and their Sonny .
gave about (6,0.00 p.ulltOf cent t.. corned, to try to fix thing. whichgo .a little Red) and then again he Little Gene Mrs. Leonard Hamm ana Mr. Bob Barkley and Robert L. King guests of:Mr and to

/ course, one of our troubles. All of which leads us to believe wrong on our farm, but In this may have porcine BO. We don't grandmother, Mrs. ter spent Saturday In Jacksonville their children! Margo and Mike, Alabama, and Delbert Montioinn! ,
Jwtt worms, worms, WORMS. Had( that the only that case it took a whole week to get know will in Jacksonville Crewii a
way we arc and we never apparent. of Waldo last where she visited her father who are now residing Joyed an
i
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the field dusted by airplane five going'to be able to produce worm it done, and-It cost a lot of .money ly, until we learn Pig LaUn (If Mr. and Mrs. is confined to a hospital there where Mr. Barkley ate connected Beach. outing at Jacksonvu.,

times-first four times with 6 free corn consistently, year In anyhow.' that's what they speak). The answer Mra. Mary Green William Wagner Is a patient In with Slade Gas Company. Miss Mrs.. J. W. Williams
percent DDT. and the last one and out .Is for all of to i e. from and 101I,
year us the Iiog's standpointmay vine'Saturday.. North Florida Clinic at Starke Melba Strlngfellow is employedby
Pat and
with 10 percent. Believe we had dust dust, dust planting of Of course, ,with all our trying tc be and Kenney. of Montgonm..
every simple: "Oh him! He'sjust Charles Kelley Is His many friends hope he wll) soon the same firm la making ;Alabama
fairly good control up to time of corn until the worms,, are under keep our stock watered, they suffered a big fat pain In the hami"BRBOKER! brother Russell be at home. again. her' home with Mr and Mr:"Bark. are visiting Mr. IDd
Mrs. W. O. .
last but in the interim Engram.
dusting I
control. W* know there -are Iota and we noticed right away
ley-
sonville this week. Miss Martha Sargent of Keystone: ,
between It and our first pickingwhich of problems involved, for example I that our egand milk production Henry Pate of I Heights won a lovely crocheted During the past week Carolyn
was about 8 days later, cost and labor, but there fell oft. Our pullets have -
was quitea running relatives here table cloth given away by Mrs Crews and Billy North underwent
the worms 'got going. As a result difference between the $1.60 for I water In the laying house, and Mr. and M.... Jeff Myrick June 10. tonslllectomles, the former in '??*tt:*Mars 19o at the Brut

In the our first but load that had small worms worm-free. corn and the 79c for, when is stopped running,. they Bv Iva MIte Lewis Mr.' and Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs. Walter ForsyUu Gainesville and the latter In Jack ford County Telegraph. Air
tips was enoughto I
wormy corn. Worm tree corn IS simply didn't get enough water Miami visited here two children of Miami, are.pendln. sonville. Each was at the re: odor protractors!
lose ..
a'good price on It. In ,
produced eleewhere, and it can and they promptly cut their egg' Miss Carolyn Kelley .. a vacation with his par. r, r I
fact we sold about half of our HIil1IIM11i Shower
be done here.. laying 50 .
by
corn for 11.00 the. rest for 7Sc .percent.Bought A miscellaneous shower, was a convention at, ', Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe I'" at>
Did enjoy the opportunity to at Deland this week.. Mrs. Ray Forsythe, Mrs. A.
(:which w.
not as good as last given at the Community Center
meet and talk to many farmers SO.Ib.. of hairy Indlgc( We are sorry to' and Mrs. Blanche Cun .,...
year when we 2Sc dozen for .
got a Friday, June 9th from 3:00: till
Conner, Oaiklna etc. Got (early)' from Z. W. Hamilton Mrs V. .
tile entire ). The difference stuckin ant' 5:00 .'. : J. were visitors to Stark
crop : p.m. In honor of MM Malcolm
of course, was 'the Increasing back'of a Mr. Cain of Graham are going to try to get some of It Lewis. Hostesses were Mrs patient In Alachua I
toughness of the buyers against who had a u&e'OOO dos: load, but planted this. coming week. -Think T. W. Markey, Mrs J. P. Baxter at Gainesville, Starke'I Mrs. Ida M.< Gentry and daugh I A Message '
it wee a chance to relax and get her a speedy Lillian. attended the
buying wormy corn. that if we* can get summer cover Mrs. R. E. Hazen, Miss Helen I wedding I .
Heard lot of talk about acquainted. crops on several of Kiss Betty Powell to Wayne
patches
worm
a, e our Barry. and MlM Iva Mae Lewis Bust"" For Brooker -
control at the Starke Market and land that we can stop in Starke Sunday.ii&i1. '
Br.Red worrying Games were enjoyed and prizes The Trallway Bus
at the Lawtey Platform. One ,, (registered name: Tops about them for the time being<< In ,were won by Mrs.. H. P, Galney operating through To A Dog Lover

point discussed widely was whether Cherry King) had a caller thU fact, we'll be happy about It, because and Mrs. Hewlett Anderson There'I day June 15th: -. ,
6"percent or to percent! DDTshould week. His former owner, Mrs. Edna Instead of becoming overrun :were about 29 guests present Mrs

be used., Asked T. K. Me-. Robert., came to see hoW he with weeds, the soil will be built Lewis received many lovely and Schedule Several months master
I ago my passed
away.
was getting along In his new surroundings. up and made more useful useful &'iftl. Leave Brooker 666
But It hot e and points South And my mistress just doesn't seem to have time
was the
as .
Refreshments of drinks 'sandwiches
D' FREE dickens at the time, and Red refused After almost five months of production and cookies 9:25: am : to look after me. She's- a business woman, you see,
berries were served by Arrive Gainesville WITH QUININE going here. .there. .and, yonderalways '
to budge. He has a very our are almost the hostesses rl.re on
For FREE Removalof assisted by Mrs. Rosa
Prompt tractable disposition and is easy I gone. We can still pick a few pints Pinholster. 9.50 am : : the go while I'm a home loving dog and would

Dead Crippled, & Worth. ,(.so far at least) to handle. 'T. K. but,it is difficult to find them in Leave Gainesville. appreciate a good home.!

| less Cattle, Horses, Mules McClane while here Inoculated our, the grass, and we are about ready Misses Jacqueline' Green and and, points North '"

& Hogs pigs,: looked him over and found to cut them under. We have learned Betty Ann Crosby attended the 11:25: am. ; : There's been some talk of doing away with me, like
many good point in his favor. that what folks tell you around thirty-fifth Annual 4-r Short Arrive Brooker .
)
I Call 132, Starke S here Is true: that berries are one Course at F.S.U. In Tallahassee 11:50: a.m: : mnottant taking me to the veterinary and having me put to sleep.

v Right smack in the middle of try. of your best cash crops.. Have June 510. The Home Demonstration Fare to Gainesville I'd like to keep my IUd,,and goon and live my normal

WE ALWAYS COME 1 Mng to get the corn out, our water I plan for next year already, but Agent, Miss Dorothy Ross, tax> ;opt $.07 for a .total life span, making someone happy.. You see, }I'm a little

Florida: Renderers pump failed-and,we mean really had better concentrate now on''selected eight girls: from Bradford ----- mama, dog., Had my first bunch of puppies last winter,
failed< We worked over it.hour af keeping runner' plants weeded I County to attend hosed on having Mrs.. H. C. and would like to have come more. jLeast wise, that
INC. ". rVr after day, in spare 1 best record books doing outstanding Eddie visited her the Way I feel now. But If someone that wants meshouldn't

,,tLme ,and still c-'u33n't:: locate the, Our. -farm Is practically_ overrunwith _. wnrlr.-. And---- Aih----- rinlno--_ _._.t. nurn.mD _un. and Mrs. C. J. want me to have puppies\! for a'while, I wouldn't
doggone field rats--thev eat 'work well. They are hoping to Crosse the latter part mind the confinement a bit. "*
I beet., carrots squash) etc. in the go back next year.

kitchen garden, and Alice Is afraid Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Hnzrn of
they'll get our melons. Whatwe Gainesville visited Mrs. E. M. I'm a small bullish .brindle dog. 1

"- s need Is a male cat! Hazen and Mr. and Mrs: 'Aubrey hold ears and tail is i
my straight
= Collected a half-jarful of collard Hazen Sunday afternoon. up my
seeds" for planting this fall. We Sir. and II curled. Oh I've lot '
7 Mrs. Leslie Green and -- got a pride.
Lua? got only a few seeds in the spring children visited Mr. and Mrs R Have >. ,
y ( of this new strain and have grown K Dukes of Dukes Sunday. your Fire Insurance -

"them for seed. Will plant a few Mrs. Mattie Sowell visited relatives If" checked Think you could help me? Could you give

r ,, rows in the fall In the kitchen car: in St. Petersburg and Brad. policies me a home? Because again 111 say I'd just love
I den and hope to have enton to live. Life is
'S / something several days recently. such a grand experience.Should .
a little better .than the NOW
ordinary. Mrs.
Madge Whigham of Starke
"ixpws I '
Well was the dinner guest of Mrs. T. We offer the people you be able to help me,"w lI'lYou drive out
b Alice's father
of Pop, bar W. Markey Friday
to Mr. 8. E. Durand'
ou SOtc.'f' place on Highway 1QO between
gone up norUi ; and
again for the sum vicinity one of
O A.1 mer. The M. U Tllghman of Gainesville I :. Starke and Keystone
oAM D. Yankee will persist visited Mr. .. ,... Heights You'll know the place
tAO Mrs.
and S. M. Mott
in going up there to hot New Jersey Thursday modern aad"tlDest, .just this aide of the overhead paM, going to Keystone.

vl, S fA ,,'11'4"to \. Bradford. Instead of staying In cool Ray Green and Mrs. Mary Green welding' shops- ,-)' Charley) E. Johns h'ft the place with the big shade.tree. and the little ole.
.
silo: Intludln cUM'b''i County. Trouble !is up spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Mrs. house'op on a little h'll. and UM In front" of the plare I.I .
\ It
there gets hot
.. ) \6 and stays that All Work- Agency
-"" b\ hlan41 1L\elaI \\111" %\ way, night' and day. for almost aI Mary Green--Mrs.! Earl ,r .I a large sign! that says something about Keystone Inn.
SHn .u. ''
II' en\c "r'n4>ct'ptcb.4 \ Week at a time. Well. we'll miss Green and two daughters Mist SMITH'S ... 13 STARKE, FLA.
? Annette Green and Mrs ErnsitEdward
r 1s\11 f 1 'lainhtaludeft \1 I Pop and hope that he gets some attended Il Oh yes. J love children
bot'O1rl ofiarpisNini good strawberries up there graduation exercises .... ....
tlb'l iu'lAtlonJ 1A.lIU'-", t ? e field at Waldo high school ANfD MACHINE ; So hurry, someone. Help me please.

.. }_.' "d\'" atua Nus t. of ,.,. Our"43lxie 18 field corn is tassellnff Friday night. Bobby Hinton was I Temple. Ave. ..... ....... ,
ups : \ tp a graduate.
to be.\\\e i vl6h-iNring and growing fairly well prMcntlnfl. .THC:TRAVELER: : Hertford
"' Mr and Mr. Jack Simmons .
en. \40\1\1'a\0. But it could ,
lIa,00,8\ ure more fertilizer and -
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e -
ON -
a Cb.t : A 1>' \ .II'>toua T' a side dressing of soda, as the stan: -

\ ; .US ", la Very uneven, Some stalks tat .
ssjsss lIiPfH) 1',' k"ren atid tall while other J'i' :

.':flg. are pUrtny and turning yellov Erb


CO BY ti GREYHOUND"" ..$"' ," \ fall We'll hope crop correct to of plant lupine.that.the next e. field year after whenwe a r ntU BE MONEY MEAD WHEN YOU 4



Get quite a kick out ''of the difference -

_. In people so far as their :;
taste,for sweet corn Is concerned

N. Temple Ave .1. Telephone H1-J' Some; want It young, some want it HIII/KET AHEAD..II.AN 81B1 i1A/L '.P

L"... .. 10:1..... Ds.as. ... .b. 111.... M... Wed.. sad I Frl. Tile old We sell it on the highway
]r... .... wpi it'Is too young for the buyer, and ... .*' t
flee versa Solution \ jJ .
we don'tknows ; tW
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'. ''":" ::; MAKE A DATE WITH A "ROCKET 8"1! "f '

Comfort is growing. well and V ."\1', ,' \ ,- dJ1 : "

quite the young lady now. But she -
is not the friendly' anima)! Pride
Let this you.i9CUBster was by a long sight. She Is wif-! t d'rr .

full and will kick and butt every .

time she gets. the chance. We hopeto .
cure her. of her '
frisky ways, because -
there l. a big differ/face between 10

a friendly butts.from a 80 Jb
calf, and a butt from, the
show theFARMALLCUB same
: you A CB4OAI MOTORS VAIUK
gal, a few :yeara later. We try tc
correct her by slapping* her on the
nose. I( worked With' Pride at i
that we never: worried. about hi* e
.
getting too.fresh.
5' .
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Going .to get' into- the kltcher

Make a date for garden 'with Powerful Katrlnka
I ; the tractor, thU week and cut I* ,

a demonstration over and make up a lot of new beds

Hare get. a lot of things plant
on your farm today them, sweet cpm
Folks say we can raise it if we car
keep tile worms out. Where have
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i -.Ida...this live-win-cu .a-Ia your neighborhood.He's we heard that before?

uiviog a shiny red Tannall Cub tractor_with a trailer full..1sne.era e -,.

Cub implements booked behind When you ace him- Hooked up a sled In back of th New -.a. .is .Uwer.prked for ,'SOI. OMsme>M.'."..cker> serves_ ...! wxa..Wti-, lrwa..M.lsrDrina"r,
stop him and snake a date for a demooMiatioa tight .* yvar tractor and It worked ,fists for ,. .
I Aad it's a solid invesUuent too. You'll marvel at the way this bigbeompreewon .
roe piece breaking\ corn on second picking"
This young holder will be happy to show'you the....-11 We ran over every fifth row and beestsM Oldsmobile's famous "Rocket" engine gives you greater "
Cub "complete powec-Cmniag package'. *-and ahow yea how. picked twe rows on each side But is sure la slay IMW for years to mime! eeoBomr-plus flashing response!

you pre put it to work to increr you pro&ut l That's e job.,, It does not work as well as a mule HyeVexMotto>> Drive Is. law r-pric.4ll 'r1xtr..l N.w -pIoc. wMsHleMslAO

With MO OBLIGATION. So invite him In. Or calls for this purpose You cannot yell Smoother than ever this year, OU. '**88Y now have them another .OLDS L -1- E

sod say, "Send a CUBtter right swarl" And "Get up there, tractor! or "Whoa sool>3e's newest ad>snce in automatic goal 'ICSMSI to phone na nib!" now MOBILEPHONI
...k him lot the rail fun-o4facts booklet."Farm- tractor! and have It respond. But drives I r
BOW actually ta you .less! -lor ysur' date with a "Bocket 8"I
;a Jag with the Famuli Cub." then it doesnt do as old Tom did,
and that is eat the best surd -

O'' \\i) TOUR NIARIST OLDSMOBILE$ DIALER JI -
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Farm' Supply Having rough time trying tc
TORODE CHEVROLET CO PHONE
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raise tomatoes h.... Plants grow .. 111, or visit CALL &
I W. Call 8*. Ph. 28 Starke. 1 Flaw!> ._ ?strong and, bushy and let t I I COURT STREETSH

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Baptist Church"The Daily Vacation I afternoon Dr. and Mrs Dubois Saturday from 11:00: A.r.! tr Un: ttoiitlon with the> West line of all ,\
noon and from 1:00 P. M to S,00 p: ftat! rnad ,
alonic the
Mrs. Brown Mr*. J. J. Brannen
M.n/ the imi-e of the Bupervlm.rof west line- "rDer': Slat road 200
Verdict of the Age will Bible School k HAMPTONBy and Mrs D. W. Moore of Starke Hecletratlon. In the Bradford I feet to 'a poinb of begtnninthence I
be the County Courthouse, Starke, riorldaAlbert run northerly alone the Weal Una
sermon topic by Lewli\ I attended the funeral ot Mrs. .
pastor Lee Crosby Jr .
of said road right-ef-tvay 180 feet.
Vacation BibleSchool at the Mrs M. O. .
Swrney
D. Haines Sunday ti Clark at Providence e e.s"P rvleor of Renletratlnn. thence run weelerly And parallel to
o'clock at the First morning at U First Baptist> Church of Starke Mist Joyce Oliver of Ft. Lauderdale -! pTadford County, Fla the South, line of said Section tit.
Baptist Churchof feet thence run South ut right' a"
Starke. This Is the final me.- begins today (Friday! ) at 9'a.m Funeral Serxlif la visiting relatives here .let....t.Ta.,..Clrr.lt trralt Cnart r.r. Hrarnl O. Ta e riaalk t:?... ties! to the line laat ftforeaald{ tit i
I the northwest corner of said! Lot 1,
sage from the mock triafof Jesus with a parade through the business Funeral rites for Mrs. LillianM. this week. ty, Florida la Ckaarvry. thence run easterly along the North

j During the last three weeks the, section of town. Noble Maxwell Dodd were held Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Mamie Mead had as guests Collins Joeeph 8 V' ,Haherk itnbetk, ..and his wife va, IMWrenuo .Joe-I line of I said belnir Lot 1 the to Mid.property point oC ofIwflnninr6
I defense witnesses have at 4 o'clock from the Sunday': Mr. and 'Mrs. Woodrow r., Howard. ...11:1IWf:; >lants,
apoken and A. D. Martin and Oolda Martin, all
bt. Mark's Is principal of the school, that will \.tlr ....'.
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Church Episcopal e> Me a| M. Sal
In Bradford Florida'
now the I County
hristian I verdict la returned The First Christian Church of Hampton Hicks and family of Brunswick Take notice that. under
o'clock and In 0.oenvlanca Atm from the point of the In!*?-
holr: directed by Mrs. Lucile Green I I meet each morning at '9" with th 'Rev. Wilbur A. Scott I Ga., Olin V Hickat Palatka andL. with the final decree of, Lotion of the South line Tit laid .
The
Is Father' Day some only service at St. Mark'sEplscopai i will and.) forerloiur entered In the above entitle Moo II with the Wont line of Scat
"sundaY sing, with Mrs Mona Canova with a staff of 35 officer of Starke officiating. Interment R. Kalch Jr.., Jacksonville. !] eaune, the underaliined Special i'
church thla road f00(. r m northerly alanir the ,
on fathers make this sat Sunday will I at the organ. teachers In the Baptist Church was in the Thereane Cemetery. Miss Doris Parker returned with Mauler. wilt Dell. to the hlhei and \Veet Iln* of salt State! rend, RSSH \
be
the morning prayer and sermon : heat bidder for rash, at the South I feet to a point of beginningthence
day tor you the. Rev.mer at 11 o'clock conducted I Sunday evening at 8 o'clock the The school will feature Bible and Mrs. Dodd. the widow of the Miss Gladys Hick to Brunswickfor front' door nf ''F'1"ld: n Courthouse westerly at rigrht anirlea to said
minister of the by I message will again be from the handworkand late Rev. Sidney Dodd of Key-I a two weeka' Visit. In Stai ke, during "thelos'arhotira I II State. road 105 feet thence run 1.run
Swindell "Vicar B. E. Simmons The 8 missionary study with of ease on Monday, July
northerly and I l with laid
I book of Revelation and stone Heights and mother of Rev. Mrs. B L. Hlnson and daughter. Srd. IUO, the following describedproperty feel ,
will beoutstanding
Church'of Sterke o'clock service or the I I Brat road 6 H to the South
holy com' of
refreshment
rst Christian "The friendly in 1U timeliness: "The+| being a part Fred S. Dodd. minister of the Brenda Sue, left Sunday with Mr. : situate In Bradford County Iln. of a street, thence run Bane
Ked this week. cordial welcome munion The church will not Is be held Lady in Red." Music during the each daily program. All boys and Hampton Christian Church, died and Mrs. Audrey Turner and of Florida Slide, 'r-W", That of Ana part II. Twp nf SH i State alone road call thence street run lid\ feet southerly to said a.

urch extends a open daily for hour will be lead by the plaho-I girls from 4 through 10. year of on Wednesday June 7th, In Bay daughter, of Gainesville, for a M, It I] H, lying West. of Hint: lone said Hlat Road >3H.feet tn '
| to worship and meditation. road 100, except one lot 100 feet
everyone prayer
and to said point of neitlnnlnir{ ; all In aid
you organ due and will feature the cage are Invited to attend Pine Hospital. St. Petersburg visit with relatives In Dayton Square In the norlheaet corner Section, Township I and JtanRet
I all of our service. singing of hymns and chorusesrequested 1 I where she had been a patient for Ohio of. oald .xr.pted lot .. thor.\: \ Together with the tenement, her
.chool hour AIR PARK REVIVAL proved by a stucco houee
reilltamentri and
Bible appurtenances
During the by the congregation. Revival several years. Malcolm E. Smith of Dradtmton, I ept two Iota described a* follow: thereto belonging1
gifts will bat a- I Hampton |I L.t.I,. heninnlna where the .nu." line .. ......
Lday morning Air Park church preached. at the: Baptist Churchat \ A. J. T" .. Jr? Special Mtliilll ''i
Baptist
Krfedto oldest father present, The, Sunday school meets at 9.45: a.m ; Mlnl .tr Rrappolnted I lot said Section tl Intersects the V Knl.bt.Altorn..Y for Plain.
| the and to Ota father according to Pastor La Q. Sunday with Bible study for all The Rev R. C. "Bob""OraV, popular Rev. H. T. Foley of Waldo was both morning and evening absence services of, west, rla-ht-of.wuy thence run line northerly of said alonrcall Htaleroad tilt. .-t H 5.11I
Sunday In the
youngest
the children present way began a series of Heming-I ages with a staff of 75 teachers: pastor of Hampton Baptist reappolnted to the Methodist: state road Xt)0 feet thence run 0(10..... _, "r "
a the most vices and officers. church June 7 to 14 In Carlo Pastor Bob Gray. westerly and parallel to said. Beo.
Wednesday spent
| swlndall said. Service this! night at Training unions Gainesville District by the an- Misses Joan Sweeney and SylvIa Ion line 120 feet thenr. run aouth-
f. follow.: which will continue each! eveningat gather at 6:43: p.m. with fellowship Til. acting as song lender with nual conference last week. He erly at rlirht anirlea 100 feet to said

|ming week art a. Bible school that time In preparation for the; worship and discussion Evangelist John L. Bray during a will again serve the Hampton May spent of last Wednesday week In Jack and Section call:line Hectlon, thence Iln*run to point easterlyanona of CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION ,:

sunday. 10 am.f ; special revival meeting aerie tc: groups. week of special gospel services In Methodist Church, having after. Thursday .....Innln.. being. the property ot:
Colson superintendent ronville. Miss Florrte Onann, of Sharon Hall: Lot 5. from the Intersection -
jld e begin Monday night at 8 o'clock Mid-week the Washington Avenue Baptist the first and
services held each noon services on Theressa was the all day guest of th* South line of said
asses for all. and continuing until further Wednesday at 7:30 Church there. of the month.T. .
no, : p.m. with the )I third Sundays Thursday of her aunt Mr.. May PHARMACISTS
sunday, 11 a.n -s: Morning- wor- tice. During the revival, which, pastor leading'In the "Study of Pastor Gray, a recent graduate )
Ip Minister's subject*"'AChaITrre will feature the Rev. C. B. Emery' tile Book of Revelation." of Stetson University :will be back V. Social Sweeney. . "
Mrs. Charlie Mantre and son
To Father. The Lord'sPeer ,'of New Berlin as evangelist, services An invitation is extended to all) at his Hampton post Sunday, ann? The Hampton Training ,Union Charles. who have been living In HAVE YOU SEEN .,
served at 11:15: a.m; will also be held at 10 o'clock to worship at the First Baptist at the 8:00 evening service will enjoyed a delightful party at the,,

I Sunday, 8 p.m. 11's the '. Day a.m. daily. "Your prayers' and ,Church of Starke. speak on "Short Change< Or"Heart home of :Mr. and Mr.New C. L.and May Interesting mer Starke at 'their are residing home In for Hampton.the sum-. The Lone Ranger .
*." Bunt on Friday evening.
presence are requested-Uie public ChangeWhlch Other
Bobby Durden. of Keystone ON TELEVISION
Wedmnesday, 8 p.m.: Prayer" meej- Is cordially Invited," the Rev. Hemingway At The Tabernacle dav services will be momlnar'wor.-I watermelon games Ice were'cream played and cake with heights, recently returned from
said ship at : a.m.. Sunday school
11:00
Savannah. Ga, has been visiting
The youth meeting Saturday at '10:00 am., and B.T.U.. at,730Pm. ; being clusion.served near the party's con-. Earl Norman, sPhone

night at the Tabernacle took on I fi: f7 _" ':j:'

Hear Pastor 'Bob Gray new interest under the leadership I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I Plant. Party ... r
Sundayat of Edna and Leonard Noegel home OF LATTER DAY Mrs. T. C. Chaxtaln was hostessto Klorldei! 'lrc. .1.l I. Curb t'h.ar.ry.Violet Kreaferd. (J. ,,

8:00 speaking on: from their college and high school SAINTS a Penny-Wise Plastic party mVIorJ'I Hmlth. Plaintiff vs.
p.m.
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Defendant Caae
term at Toccoa Falls Institute last Friday evening at her home No. 7510 ,
Toccoa Georgia. Edna led the program the Latter Day Saint. (Mormon here A large number of ladle Order Of PiifcllratlAe) Aed Netlce TeAeererv >
"SHORT CHANGE OR HEART Church) holds services each Sunday W. STAI'K t>V" KI.ONIUA' Tl t l
and delighted all with an en In the USO building on North attended among them Mrs. William K Smith ...h".. reeldenneand 239 Starke For ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE
tertainingly-told story "The Fami- : A. Andrew. and Mrs. Ara Moitt. addreaa le Tuiiper Lake, New ,
Temple Avenue as folio war10.OO York I hoer Street Tupper I-ake, FREE Demonstration
Grumble of Starke. PHONE
ly on Street and What N. Y.:
: a.m.: School.
CHANGE\ -- WHICH? Happened to Them." Sunday. 0 You are required to appear on Chas. C. Shepherd
8:30: p.m.: Sacrament service. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock July a, IttO, In. the above named 64 Night
Leonard led the singing and al. The public Is cordially Invited Ic of Jacksonville have been spend.ing Court and cause wherein plaintiff. Day -
eeekw dlvoro..n1. cuetody of child r w.ea.win.wwwne.ciwo.niaim.n .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton so rendered" a solo "The Love ol f attend all services.CHURCH several days with Mr. and Hradford County Telegraph Hhall I .

God. Mrs. Dan Johnson. Mrs. Haddock publish thus. ,Order In nest our .. .. .. .... ,. ., ...... ..
weekly laaueavltneea Mill. I.'' '' '' .-......,.."lUHWIInHHI, .' ''''...'IMIIIHtltttlryt. ,. mts.en, -...--._-.ewswmnsiassi.tw usw.wanaa
10:00: A.M. Bible ,School, 11:00 A.bL Morning Worship The Sunday services were under OF GOD before her marriage on May 31st \ my hand end official teal. ; ="'

7:90 P.M. B.T.U. the direction of the Tabernacle Rev. L. S. Williams Vaster was Miss) June Johnson of Hampton .at OFFICIAL Mtarke: Florida HUAL.,)thl.A May J. Thomae.Aa 10.1160.. AL TYPES OF TILE :WORK

sponsor Special music was rend 8th &: St. Clair SU.' who hal been employed for Clark of .ald Court.By .
"The Church with a' passion for the Lost" ered by Ute young people at both Sunday School 10 ..m. several years with the Bell Telephone -: Haven Crosby- Deputy Clerk BATH ROOMS STORE FRONTS

services. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Co. In Jacksonville !. TlrraM r...;t. Bradford C....y, DItAIN BOARDS, ETC.

Tuesday night Leonard Noegelwas Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs Donald McMahoneof Klurleel In William I hearrrr.Stanley Plaintiff I ,

in charge of the Bible study Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Ft. Myers arrived Friday of ve. Patricia' Louellnn. t.:11: Unl-. All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory :,
lock Carter, defendant. Cue NoTan.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor hour and was assisted by other I Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. last week for a two weeks' visit JOBS
REMODELLING NEW ;
young men of the group. I with Mrs. McMahone' parents, Order Of Pvhtleatloei A ad ,N.5Te or 1
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I Aprrerl sTAT10w] ri.nnill Tin
On Tuesday evening June) 27, a PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mr. and Mr*. M. L. Watterson. Vatrlcla iuellen llrard liullnck
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeJefferson trio from Toccoa Falls Institute) 10th St. and Temple ,Ave. They have also made brief visitsto (farter la unknown"' ''0.. r..ld.no.: and addreea Hurst. & Garrett Tile Co.
,
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.; Morning
accompanied by their pianist and Homo usa and Cedar Keys. You are required to appear on
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Worship 11 a. m; Evangelistic July 10, 19110 In the above named
speaker, Rev, Hendon Brown will Mr. and Mr*. Lynn Hall and Court and oauxe, wherein" plaintiffaeeke Phone 6.4885 -:.' Jacksonville, Fla.PHONE .
) Services Too: m. Everyone:
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 arrive for one service only and will p. daughters, Margaret and Lucille divorce Hredford County Tel- ,

bring messages In testimony and welcome, spent the weekend In Dasher and aa-raph next four shall weekly" publish leauea this. Order. In ... .'. ''!. '''' !' ''' '' i .....""saw. ,."ice" ..''us.ws.mwlwe' . '' ... .unity' i un.nd.ltanlea''' ''''''

SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A. M., 8:00: P. M. aong. The group has been profitably -, CATHOLIC COunCIl Valdosta Ga.Leaving Wit".... my hand and official' seal
at Htnrke, Florida, thle June T. 1950UFK1CIAL
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training: Unions 6:45 P.M. heard in Atlanta Rome and Sunday Mass 9:13: a.m. for Children' Bible ( : WKAM. A. J. Thomas "I'f:5
AN Clerk of said Court
many other Georgia cities as wellas Sunday School 11 am. Mission Camp at Polk City, Mon.
MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M. Tty Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk :
adjoining states. This event is Week Day Mas. 8:30 a.m. day were Carolyn Burden Frieda T Prank Landrum, Htarke, Plnrldn.Atty. \ lOIiE
for IMf., 5.9 4t tldIn
being pleasantly anticipated by the Elland Earleena Norman, Bar

11:00: turn. Subjectt ""The'Verdict! of the Ages" Tabernacle group and ,friends. layBible Study is .every Wednesday bara. Jean Matchett Connie lorldet('lrc.l!'.re(.kexrrr.ftaymond .rl. firedferd. Coaalr 189

Toccoa Falls Institute with 1U at 749; Sweeney Martha Sue Brookina Roee (',pine' Jr, Plain- Koada tOO & 200
State\
8:00 m. Subje : "The: Lad In Red"A : .... ... ...
: :ct { > capable staff of Christian leaders _..w.a LangfbroV Hicks Jay and Bill\ Alderman tlfrp line, ve Defendant Johnnie1 Mae Cue Jefferson No. TIIJ7.Cot- -t't STAnKE, FLORIDA

". "".. 4 and teachers and over 400 student and Johnny Dodd. Order Of P.II".."".. And Notice TeAppear.
baa just closed a most successful Gladys Bundy is enjoying a HrA'IK) OV .........nA TO OPEN 5 A-Ml-ILL 11 P.M.b .
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GRAHAMBy Johnnie Mae Jeffereon ColllnM. whoa
Friendly Invitation From A year and sends forth many missionaries week' outing at the Church for residence le unknowntYou .
and Christian leaders Christ Camp at Keystone Airpark are required to appear. or
Church la Extended To All. Mr John McKinney
Friendly July 10 19B(), In the above named!
each year. Mr. and Mrs Purvis Hazen and Court and oauee, wherein plaintiff Pure Tires, T Batteries,
family of Ocala are spending their seeks divorce, Bradford County Tel-
earaph shall piihlleh this Order In And Accessories
and Mrs.
Mr. Bobble Surrency vacation at Hampton Lake. ....t four weekly I.......
e and children of Tampa were here Little Janice Alderman la recuperating Witness mv hand and offlolal seal ........".,.
last weekend on business* Mt Stark.Flnri.IaIthiSJun.' S. ItliOtoKKtCtAL
at her home here after .
MI<1AL) A..I. ThomaeAe :
Mr*. Hilliard Broughton 0 of a recent tonslllectomy per Clerk nf said 'CourtRe Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car

Gainesville spent the weekend formed at St. Lukes Hospital. 54t Haven 5-aO Crosby Deputy Clerk by the new. Silicone process The new

-t: here with her .on and Jacksonville. noricH-' way to lasting car beauty. $7.50

-', ."." I \ in-law; Mr.. and Mr. Carl daughter-I.' Weekend guest of Mrs. T. F Under provlelone' of the ,.''o..let.r..rmanont ... WATERPROOF A Corrosion Resistant :
:
:; ton. Brown were Dr. and Mrs. J. C Hlngle Reglatratlon
,,,,. ( tern regletratlon booke will be open
Mr. and Mr. John McKlnny Dubola. of Vero Beach. Sunday for r..I.tratlon of eleotore each

attended a plastic party at the .
residence of Mrs. Jenalj Chostuin ,

For 'ho In Hampton Friday right of last
week. Mr. and Mr.
I McKinney .
pitality. .
had Clarence.a. guests Melton Sunday and Mr.children and Mrs.of You can haul more loads .

01 Gainesville Mis. Clarice Murphy .
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I of Jacksonville and the Rev.. Bob **SSf. : r'" i ,'
Perking of Deland. :
miles. for less :
Mr. and Mr. A. C. DavU ofRalford more ,. .. .. : "
were visiting Mr and 'J" f ,

hamburgers and Coke, Mrs. Jeff Davis recently. a '

with Chevrolet Trucks .; 1:. ',. r .. :> ,!.;r


I friendly,go-togethers; } 3 NEW RIVER .... .,


By Mrs. E. A. Sapp .

I so easy to serve

Mr.'and Mrs. Charley Cowen and

baby daughter. Louise and Fred.

die John were guest of Mr.
$
j \ Cowen' parents In Huntsvllle.
/ft d Ala., last week. ,

Mr. \Minnie John and daughters .
,,,. Betty. Jackie and Barbara
spent the weekend with Mr. and

: '' .'. 1 Mrs. N. A, Conner of Midway.Mr. .

: ,' 0 0a 0r 0t and Mrs. B. A. Sapp, S. I* t g iI i
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: Crews and Mrs. Truba Hodges I iI

attended the.funeral of Mrs., DoddIn I

.... .. Hampton, Tuesday evening. !
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Mr. and Mrs; Dempsey Sapp of cifI ::1
v t. Gainesville and Mrs. Robert Ward

..' and. children of Starke attended 4 \

d church at1 Long Bridge Christian i ,
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Church Sunday and were dinner

guests of Mr. 'and Mrs Ethan.
I : Sapp. '1<, I ,,; jl
IIIf .,
,rI Mr and )Ii....< Fred Dodd and

f children went dinner guest of Mr. 4'4'f
r / and Mrs. Gurney Crew at,.'lh' *

Stall Farm recently. Take time out' to talk to tome Chevrolet truck u..You.llllnd revealing.. You'll,
Mrs. J. U Lavender of OalnesvUI
\ visited her sister. Miss Ida Mer- discover that Chevrolet, trucks pay their way by hauling more f load*-more miles. j;"

ritt here a few days last week.: for lecsl And you'll find that this extra measure of value Is even more apparent tn tile .

: ". n.W Chevrolet mod.I.. Definitely, they're America's flr.r-cholc trucks. Heavydutyunits

feature a brand-new 105-h.p. Valve-In-Head engine' with the pow.r to pull

I .. shop at this Pays All Kind Medi- e heavy loads and conquer steep grades. They offer new Power-Jet, carbu'r. lon for

Hospitality Fair '. ....., Kaspitoity I cal Bills No Exceptions smoother" quicker operation. They bring you the fast, safe shifting of Chevrolet's -'

at your food store --:',.:;'-:'! DISPLAY 4-peed' Synchro-Mesh transmission. But whatever your

JUNE 1 to JULY 5 Estate Life In*. Co. DOW writ** ,hauling requirements Chevrolet trucks are your best .bet.

HovpltaJ Policies ceverlug all S.. th.m In our showroom. You'll agree.ADVANCEDESIGH ..
Ickneen and disease known to w .

medlrsl scl_ and every tjp..aorldratat -

.JuI'7- exeepUaew.YOC .

too may be) able to get TRUCKS"TOROD.E ,

6 Bottle Carton 25* OM. Inquire today. :


caw CIepooiI 01 Paul Raymond, Agent CHEVROLET CO.:

COMPANY
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omw UMOI* AUTMO..T or INS COCA-COLA BOX 1 i* 2J.ff' *_*

STAnKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY : PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS

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BRADFORD COUNT',TELEGRAPII, 8TABKE,. flORIDA ]U 1r

PAGE LIGHT wek+ dirnrd. ; cars, eu.tod'; ... ',.",,_1/ h'L .
SMITHMr eeah
STEPHEN!: FOSTER: trol of minor child.Bradford Count) Trustees D'd. subJq t to
'Traded In' and Mr Pouter 8W Smith Tel. Braph ahall publish this'OrdeiIn I ment or lhr lilt ;
Fish Be
I' 1 No Longer Can.Little COUNTED THE CENSUS FILL next four weftKly issues.Witness bids FUnd lottl'taJ
I I1 IF YOU WERE NOT IN announc the birth of a onStephen my hand. and official sea!I I at j0OV th. Cuuri"tt ei'
t For Big Fish Under New Game Regulations IMMEDIATELY Foster, on June 12 i" the Alachua at I4tark. Florida, this May 1.. 1950OFFICIAL \July o'\'hick AO'rnt"rad .. .
OUT;THIS FORM AND MAIL, ( 8EAL) A, J. Thomas,, A. p I'll..
//1: to fish with only a pole and line County Hospital. As\ Clerk! of said Court rv.111 b. rlocht l .1 ,
You can start fishing with your r."I e I ,' re ?".d fro tr.
-WMI .
.. Mr MldreM on April Vammtr.+ Br Haven Crosby, Dc>put, ClerkA. trough whl \ a
,; stew 1950-01 Florid fishing license In your home county but If you In Clrr.lt co..r. Bradfur,.. ]1 J. Thomas, Jr., Sturkp, FloridaAtty. ,' Brats KoedVaiid i .T? b
the new Klorldai In Ia.urrr .. 8a- for Pit ,..tt. el p.|I P tract. bi
right way even though use a rod and reel In your home __ ____ : No. ..:.... J...p.r U Kraiiko. Plaintiff.. ate ta10"
I: Ilcenae year doemt't begin until ", House Number and Street. ___ -:';'"-______ __ _- Apt -- > rah Tuck r Kr.nke. .f.ndanl. NOTICM a&rfFor '.-i.

July 1. county or go to another county Or description of location) Case o.e No..f rlVllr.
. I;: Rite 1650-91: license dated at July the you and fish will with have even.to have a cane a State pole ,City, town village.________________.--a._?, ,. _. State -_--?..-:;-....- A.........Tuck rr..'r TH Krankc! OF FLORIDA., whow rul-TO.lI..rah IBfiO.mart Notice. to Section Is hereby. > of Ivan Chapter'that. l8 poe:tIIA.. 8W LO 1J..erlptiun.aor.%... .tlec.. Y6 Twp H WI4 l 11/..
sale !
..lon.'lrRlnl..1
; 1950.: now on ,
+ :I. are den (I. EvlT: Laws of Florida, Avt of l&37,knownas Trusters
office of County Judge E. K. Perry license or youll be breaking the You are required to appear on the Murphy Act, the followliilands r of I ntornoll
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June I5 I960. ,.
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; 'man and coat the same-(2 toi law Usual Relatlonehlp.of SEX AGFI'laee wherein plaintiffeek.divorre. I In Bradford County, Florid I "'"
; Name Of ICIIC'h Peennn Whisae thlll Court and rauce will be offered. for sale at uuMI< i1S 0\ J f ,
County Telcraph "
resident license that allow. yoU A minor change In the regulations or Rreldence.Wae In This Pereoa to'the. M COLOR AT h Bradford this Order In outcry for the niftiest'' and "bra..t (1) r. rung,g"

i to fish anywhere In Florida. lets a cane pole fisherman lfoulOehold en'April I. 1950 of the Iloumehohi OR OR LAST next lour weedy :Insure walat .
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and
don't need a llcenae at aVUQCOR Wltn my hand nffloljl -
You use a* many aa. three pole at 1 "'W. 'II'\; cuchae Head,; Wife.. FRACE IRTII4 Htarke. Florida' this Jlay A, 1 SO.VFICIAIt .
,' n time in any county Up, to now (Lt&at'-me, (Flrtltnam6) (Illmial) Son :Roomer, rk' DAY .Clerk A.of J.said Thumas.A Court.. the Best In Movies Visit t the :

three-pole fishing was allowed I" .' ..,.v'I.tffr. ,. ., ..., ___ By Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk '

W.C..T.U. only In the angler'a own county. I... .. .'. .'"....;1;', ; I, '.I.. < '. lit ('.....1. ('....;;.-Bradford. .(".....r.IPIorlria 'AHUM DRIVE-IN '
The dally bag limit of 23 filth. ':}I rO"II'J'e.,." ),4< <, f .' ." '1:...."'. ." \ ... Kredwrlck 11. (...Kalnhard.....r,. Plaintiff THEA'
than eight
Including not more 4. '
Q. .
A Vafcndant.Ca
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ADVr.KTISINfllIn bleek bass in the same. a ....
the thratTe However you may no* longer .. ,\ .. I" ,.,..",.,.:..,,.? .. .... Order Na..f Pnfcllr T901.. .(loi. *..! Ni> lr> T. Keystone, Heights ;

.fie tae radio fish all day holding little fish on -- ..- Simula".......1'. Rclnhard.STATr OP whom FI.OKIIM rei.>ld..TOt ne Csiny a..4 ..,,!.'l. .k. natural m.| .( tar
On the Ignbonrd, a atrlng or In a live box until you \> ,'. 1t"! .. and pn.t offli-o address. !I. City ofAanashlPola. ..t I. ... e.... at the DMte.4.snmm?

In Hie. paper* and magazine, catch a bigger one and then throw .... You are .required elate' of to Psnniylvanla appear on:
:\Y"'IA'r I'M PAID TO SAY. the lltle one away therby makingup June 19. 1950 In the above named. Frt. .* Sat., ..Jun6'18.a'. .
Court and coupe wherein plaintiff .TI ll II
BUT- OLT
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total
from -
a choice string a eeka divorce Bradford County Tol- 1
1 .. 14e laboratory day's catch that exceed the limit erraph h I this order In, !*>-
:!a the wrecked automobile, It you haven't been visited by a census enumerator, clip this coupon next four weedy: Insues.Wltneas : ,official seal .\ HO Chapter. 5 "Ohoftt'of ()rro'' f f' r f
1* UM city Jail fill it in, and mail It to District Supervisor, U.s. Bureau of the Census, P.O. at mark' my Florida hand, this and May IS, 1960
I'M the rosultKHis*, Bond Quota LagsSo Box 688. 317 Main Street. Jacksonville: Florida. : (OFFICIAL. BJBAl.As Clerk). of A. said J. Thomas Court., &n!l ComeUl. .

I. the \rta of the drunk far Braford Countlans have By Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerkA. .' rental. iAt
I TJCIX. THE TRUTH. worth of W. h.dwlck, Jr.. 137-M Clt? ,. ai rIN
$3,680 IIICI
only
purchased Bulldlnir. ft. AUKUstlne Florida ltl
..rNATIONAL FBOIIIBI.THMTIST. tOU INPf PCNDENCIRROW .s !I.U tt I.'
,4 Savings Bond to apply on their Atty. for Plf.
"r -.r : .) quota of 112,000 In the Independence 1i ND.I !iII NOTICKKotlc Sun.., Mon., Tuea,,. June 18 ZO Wet A Thurm., Ji O'F
,.
II. Drive which end July 4.me'd .. Is hereby a-lven tnr11 whom
I. --------- It may concern: That all creditorsand f
claimants of the estate of Odls .
Industrial AccidentsIn honpltallzation expense* andj<< in suiting In a Coat of $11,874.53 and, M. Williams, deceased arc to fll.
the amount of compensatlon.fald 224 week of lost time. These their resneotlve. claims asralnst ....111F..t..t. e
'Bradford County. out. Accident In' this. ;county figure represented a large Increase .i Purryman* with, the of ,County Bradford' Judge CountyFlorida B. K t 1
totaled 336 for the yearn resulting In' accidents and cost In! within'I eight tot calendar.
/1 'a4_ &'eale Show Decline In 412 weeks of loa .time,. this industry over the 1948 total this months notlc.or from the their first claims publication. will be of

Bradford County Industrial accident This decrease of accident was Comparative number show ar barred hv the Statutes of Limita
Mar 14th 10SO.
tions. This
*covered by Workmen' Compensation In keeping with the general trend Increase of 41 accidents, J8.818.6J DeWItt C, Jones AdminletratnrprarIra
showed a decrease of over the state where accident. and 100 more weeks of work lost iris (H2 .4tll.
will coffee pastries and petit-faces .... .
serve In flmlt c. Bradfnrd Cewsity.VlwrlilH
17.2 per cent during 1940 over showed a drop of S per cent.. Total Substantial Increases were also v tn C'fcsncrrr.Ada "
June 17 from 7:30 shown for agriculture manufact, Pell.. Newton, Plaintiff ".. Tsane "
Saturday eveningt the previous 'year according-to accidents In the state were 88,390! j' Newton Defendant.. Case. No John Wayne, Gall Russell ,grain
case reported to,the ""Florida. Industrial and cost over,"'' 1mlon. urine and government workDecrease. 7 04. tarsal

until 10:00 o'clock.-i. Commission. Greatest number of accidents *, however. were Indicatedfor Order......_...,.Pukllratloit.'Tn or Ff.OWtn And "Tetlc TO T. and a great ..upporting'6estflue
construction wholesale and
Invited. These accidents cost Bradford were Incurred In the mining industry Tsnso Newton. whnss residence and
The Public, Cordially I retail, public utilities:. and service address Is unknownsYou Selected 'Short Subject" !
and inauranc in Bradford. There were
County employer
are required to appear on 1 lu. Selected Short
\ ---, carrier! .J32.3O6.86 in medical and 132 work injuries in this,field re- jobs.Only I r June I*. Iftfto. In the above named
I one of last year' 83 fatalities I Court and cause _wherein plaintiff
was recorded for thus .
: OUR CAFE will open 'Sunday featuring a county. In' 1948 there were nc

deaths in. Industry for Bradford' :
Father's
Day tiSpecialty / HOTPOINT, County. HOME CTARLINGC ST'OWNED

Indirect coats of the accidents

The Refrigerator Buy In loaa of .service training new
75c Dinner J FLO
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workers broken machinery distraction & Market
of'the Year!, 'and spoilage, Is at least Grocery

'CHOICE: OF four times the monetary coat ac .

BQAST TURKEY FRIED CHICKEN,, Only $1.95 Down cording to, Commission estimates, SPECIALS: FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY. JUNE 17th, 19M
BAKED VIRGINIA HAAIROBBINS' I "In an effort to curb these accidents
Just $135 Weekly and the resulting coats,' WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY.- Cor. Call & Cherry StndStarling's

said Raymond E. Barnes com. -

.. mission chairman "the Commls' .
'vow *-f/. ""."".."'... I)... (;..4 lion has set up a 10-Hour Saftej
2, Maker M..*. i.tr."lm Course for' Florida foremen and
is o erw.. Mmr re.A.t.r.tl.I Feature Of The WeeLocal
1 < "tuft.. ..>!.. punt tran keypersonnel and expanded 1U ,
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