Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03070
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i;re We ,Going To Let Starke Be Branded .IStorm Blitzes

'ith A Population Of 2901 For Next 10 Years ?. .

amber of Commerce Launchesrive .(Mayor Wainwright Files Official City ight Plant

To Reach 3,000 or BetterAn s 0: n Protest With Bureau of CensusMayor I

1 all-out drive to bring Star es' 1950 population countat J. R., Wainwright, acting at the request of the, Starke Still Being Served By RgA I

I least 3,000 was launched this week by the Chamber of City Council and the Chamber of Commerce this week filed Stadium Walls

merce following an announcement by the Jacksonville an official protest with (the Census Bureau in Washington During Shutdown Since Tuesday"

reau of the Census that preliminary .figures showed only I as to the preliminary count of 2, 901 for the City of Starke.

ni persons within the city limits. The Mayor's letter of protest read as follows: I Buckle Under Wind; rain hail, and lightning combined forces here .

All official sources here immediately registered surprise June 27, 1950 Tuesday afternoon offer Borne. relief from the record June

I estimates of the. town's. post-war population had usually Hon. Lowell T. Galt heat wave at the same time blacking out Starke's municipal

I from 3,500 to 4,000. The City Council, at its last meet-, Chief of Field Division Torrid Sun light plant for the longest period on record.

r expressed dissatisfaction with the count and asked the Bureau of the Census "Switchboard burnt up at 6:40: p.m."

'tuber of Commerce to begin an investigation. .- e Washington, D. C. This terse notation on the power plant log book for

The Council's belief that there are more than 2.901 pea Dear Sir: Tho back wall of Bradford June 27 told the story in brief of catastrophe that could only

living] in starke is based partly on the fact that there are In the inferest of a more accurate census I would like High School's handsome 'new have been worse "if the plant had burned down," in. the words

re than 1,100 light meters now being serviced by the City to enter an official protest to the preliminary population fig. 1,700 seat Memorial Stadium of Superintendent Berry S. Johns.

this total, 175 are meters in business establishments, I ure of 2,901 for the City of Starke, as released by the Jacksonville buckled under the terrific heat O, E. Stansbury was on duty

Wing a net of 925 residential meters. The nationally ac- office of the Census Bureau. I hereby request you of the past week and is bulging when a gust of wind, ripped the

ted average of persons serviced for each meter is between to refrain from further use of this figure until we have had dangerously along half of Bulletin of composition about 10x30 roofing from an area
feet on the ,
fee and four. Therefore,,figuring 3% persons per meter, an opportunity to complete! a recheck of this area. I its 240-foot length Workmen plant roof. .Water from the power torrential '

la conservative estimate.this would indicate some 3,200 We are very anxious to have our city show a populationof I were busy Thursday morning POWER PLANT SUIT B. S. rain poured through the

bole living in Starke. It is also pointed out that the city 3,000 or better, and are confident that we can do so. -A I, attempting to prop up the JOHNS KKqUKMTS; ? CONSl'MERia sheathing soaking the huge switchboard

iistration books Show close to 1,500 registered voters, an- Uncle Sam spot check by two members of our Chamber of Commerce in wall in order to prevent it OF CITY EUOCTKIC controlling all three units

ler indication that Starke's total population should be well one hour revealed ten .fifteen" persons who had not I been I J from falling and thus damaging CURRENT IN THIS TO V8B EMERGENcY ELECTRICITY of the city' generating plant.

|ve the 3,000 mark. counted during the regular enumeration. '" ,' the cement blocks of AS SPARINGLY AS rOHSIBLKUNTIL WlUt a burst of fireworks rivalling

Cooperating with the Chamber of Commerce, the City Wants An It will require at least two weeks for us to conduct this which it is constructed.Following TUB LOCAL PLANT a Fourth of July celebration the

j agreed to include,a printed notice in every light bill sent recheck and we request that you refrain from using the preliminary a consultation with IS BACK IN OPERATION entire plunging switchboard Starke Into shorted darkness.out

; this month asking every consumer if he were counted in Starke figure in any official capacity until we have the architect, Sanford Ooln, hereWednesd.y "OUR TRANSFORMER BANKIS Relief came two and a half hour

regular enumeration, if not, to fill out an enclosed had time to complete this work. Since any additions to the School Superintendent NOW OVERLOADED AS later when the Clay Electric Cooperative

ink and mail it in with his light bill remittance or bring it AccurateCensusWere total Starke population would naturally alter the the Bradford I wall Harmon apparently P. Morgan buckled stated under that the the inCJII A3 SO PERCENT AT <(
he City Hall when paying his bill. I County total, we would like for you to withhold ,this heat because It was not properlytied GEROUS.TIMES AND" JOHNS THIS SAID IS DAN."THE REA) began pulling' the entire I

It is hoped that all persons receiving these notices will figure also. In with steel to the cross members LIDSS IT IS OVERLOADED Starke load of around 000 kilo.

I their cooperation and report I J I In conducting this recheck weN of the seating portion of the TUB MORE LIKELY WE watts.Braving.
h8 city if they know of any would like to know If It Is necehvary stadium. WILL BE TO RENDER UNINTERRUPTED the dangerous displayof 1
on i in their family, or any for us to do the actual enumeration Specifications called for this ELECTRICAL shorted high voltage, 'Btans-
d or neighbor'who was not You Counted? If Not, Fill In This obtaining all desired steel reinforcement Morgan said, SERVICE" bury, standing In water tested the

kted.L information, or do.we simply ob- further stated that It will be up to board by brushing with his fingertips
tain the name and addres of the the contractors, the MAO Construction and found' It too "hot" to .

things of Importance To C of C:
) Return '
many Blank At Once.And
pc I son missed. ,' submittingthar
[based on population figures Co, of Gainesville or throw the switches. He then shutdown
list to you, and having one of Wind Rain Hail
the off
I It U considered of vital con- _ _ Its bonding company to repair the engines by cutting
_ _ _ _ 4 .. 4 your official enumerators obtain damage. Negotiation the fuel.
\ to everyone In Starke to have are now
| 1950 figure shown to be 'asJ the other data We would also under way between Coin and attorneys Superintendent B. S. Johns and)
8 M possible. There will not My address on April 1, 1950 wart like to know If there Is any dead- of the ,bonding company, Combine ForcesTo M. helpers began throwing up
line for completing this recheck.As .
f another Federal census until Morgan said three hugh temporary lines, connecting ,
_______ ______ _______ Apt. No this matter of vital
Is. a The
B. and the figure that goes House Number and Street______ -:- ------ concern Superintendent stated that the city circuit directly
to us,' and we know'that heat expansion slortg the 240-foot with the transformer In
In In the record now la the one Or description of location) you Break Heat feeding
I too are Interested In making the wall Is believed to'haye caused the from REA, R. S, Wasdin of the
lion win with be used this/ officially city for the In next con. City, town," village_________._____.______.._-_________ State ..... 1950 census as accurate as possible buckling If It had been properly with light plant personnel made A hurried
Arriving almost
I hope to have full reinforced the wall would uncnrrregularity at
with.an lota your cooperation have trip to the REA plant Keystone
lyeara. Anyone
about 5 o'clock each,
and would appreciate an cracked under extreme beat, and ..sklng't"night" -
'' superintendent
vic pride would naturally like Each'p Whoee' Usual Relationship of this SEX! AGIiI afternoon thunderstorms ,
Name Of con Monday :
immediate reply. this was expected, but It ,wouldnot. it "to
they were prepared
b this flgftre( as large aa,pof- Re Waa 10 This Person to tile Jlea4 M COLOR .,AT ':tf.. Tuesday, and Wednesday staged .
iv *>._ '<,fc r.4.4. "\ Place Ol &deijot Yours very truly. I have pulled away from lo. the pull t \ the entire city of. Starke.;
4' .... 'of..the-Jloutlllhol. OROR'LAST: r' bold frontal attack
a the
'IIr : '.. ..+- ''''iOo .Ifeeseeold'tpt3Aprit I, 1915O J. R. Wainwright seating portion he said. The on prolonged The -anwer was ye*.
It Is that,.e..., the total .. such u lied, Wife, F RACE BIRTH-. heat wave that baa made
buckling took
Low trouble
Mayor, City of Starke place along the north voltage was experienced
901 reflects a handsome gain (last name) (First name) (Initial) Son Roamer, ek. DAY half of the stadium, and Morgan this the hottest June since 1807. In various sections of the
fore than 100 percent for Starker After a night of relief, followIng .
apparently the south half of city throughout Wednesday as the
xt VeterinarianWill
the But each storm, the
past ten'years. the wall was properly reinforced. mercury soar capacity of the transformer
8 i la no reason to be aath led t Address The Superintendent further stated ed again with the rising sun on through which power was being

i that count as long as a single tha Qoln had opposed the award Tuesday and Wednesday, but def received from lILA I U only GOO !Kilowatts. !
n i remains uncounted within. Cattlemen's Ass'n.Dr. of the inite relief seemed In store Thursday -
I to M A 0, but the Starke1 load, at Imes
| city limits. I ... Leonard K.: Veterinarian .'t Board was advised by the State morning a. a drlzillng rain reaches full capacity of the three
Hi I is an effort that will re- with the Agricultural Swanson Experiment -][r Department of Education that and beclouded sky allowed the units (TOO kilowatts) and on night
temperature to remain comfort.
) the cooperation of every cltl- .. Station, will be the principal .' there was no legal basis for refusing When there Is an athletic event
1 ably In the low 80's.
In the community, and we trust I. speaker at the Bradford to award the contract to the I at Bradford Park the city usually
Will: unite In-a..common County Cattlemen's Association low bidder If he could furnish bond. Tuesday afternoon's storm, com ha* to call on RCA for an addition.

t to get that total above. ,3,000_ -! --. meeting to be held at the Courthouse MAG was 1.600 lower than blnlng rain, hall the, and factors lightning of high did wind the, al 60 or 100 kilowatts. For severs
Friday night July 1, at Hall A Edwards, local contractor year. the city has had an
most damage, but all three
garette Taxflections .OM. '. 8:00: p.m. Dr. Swanson Is noted on the base bid for 20 sections, The the agreement whereby additional
mercury plummeting
throughout Florida for his work I I contract was subsequently Increased power may be purchased from REA
[ Total BHS Library Law Livestock On Highways with both external and Internal to. 24 sectionsFire .. ten or fifteen degrees, from a when and If needed.
Banning high of 100 102 recorded at
331 For April July 8 parasites of livestock and the topicof I or The No. 2 Engine ((440 kilowatts -
: Wi110pen' place to a more moderate '
his discussion will be the Importance DepartmentSeeks ) was placed in operation
rke has added another $2- For Summer Program ,and control of cattle 90.This again at 1:10: pm. Wednesday
78, representing April ,collecto Effective At Midnight June 30th parasites. This should be of para CandidatesFor disturbance brought a pro.longed augmenting the power being received
the amount It has col- Beginning July 8 the Bradford mount Importance to all farmersas hall storm, lasting some from REA and stepping up
'Queen' HonorA
I from the State's new cigar- High School library will welcome well as members of the Cattle 15 or 20( minutes, to the Starke the voltage In low pressure urea

tax which went Into effect .&11 age to take advantage. of Ita "There's still a'lot of livestockon men's Association. Fire Queen will be selected in area, and extending southeast However, this relief war short
November. facilities during the summer the highway.," Sheriff p D. Anyone Interested Is Invited the ward. Crop damage was nil, however lived as circuit burned
. During" the *lxfth cordially near future by the Starke Fire the city ,
period November;through months.' Although emphasis will I Reddish stated yesterday In discussing to attend the meeting. In Department and her photograph a* the shipping season here out again at 1:09: with another
for which the tax baa been be placed upon story hours for the new state law which addition to Dr.,Swanson'a discussion will appear In the official publication has ended, somewhat shortenedby pyrotechnical display on the still
ted, starke has received a children, both high school students goes into effect at midnight Friday there will be a short business of the Florida Fireman's Association the hot, dry weather The damp switchboard. This mishap
1 of$13,893.84 from this source. and adults are urged to use June 3Q. session and a report on the midyear Brooker area, where hall could blew fuses on the transformer feedIng .
"'lections continue at this rate the book collection. After July 1 the livestock owner meeting of the State Cattle Charles Schaefer reporter for have caused extensive damage tc In from REA disrupting all
city should take' In ,weU over planned as who "Intentionally wilfully, care men'. Association held In Lakeland the local volunteer department, still unharvested tobacco seems power service In the city for another -
000 annually from the Cigar- Story hour are lessly or negligently" allows his L7 June, 15.Sennett : state that contestant are asked to have escaped. hour. REA was reconnectedat
tax. follow: livestock to stray upon a 'public: M11H to submit their photographs before Torrential rains, which fell In J:03: and has been serving the

mounts received_ for April Ages 7 to 9: Mondays, Wednesdays road (state maintained highway) Buys Bond Sunday July 9, with the following Starke, seem to have been ,fairly City ever since.
other municipalities', In this Fridays, 10 ..m. till noon. or right of way makes himself Information: Name age, address. localized Tuesday extending southward Candle, flashlights and old fashoned -
"ity were: Brooker $Uo.a?; I Age 10 to 14: Tuesdays, Thursdays liable to: Through'Elks Club, Contestant must be over 10 years but not to the west, north lantern were much in evidence
> till noon. of his stock at of or east. Wind blew down ..everallarll'e
npton $9022; Lawtey 9328.94; Fridays l// 1. Impounding the Sheriff said. age during the two and a half
tone Heights $498.42. considerable expense; "It is Intention, to enforce Congressman Charley E. Bennettof A committee of judges composedof trees In Stsrke and at Kings- hour of Starke' complete blackout
Retiring President 2. Suit for damages for all Injury this law u agreeably as possible the Second a District Bond recently from purchased Phil- Chief Plckett Asst. Chief Carp. ley Lake, and lightning Ignited 'Tuesday night. Movie audiences
Saving tear< and Wilkinson will a barn at a home In Lincoln
caused by Capt. negro
of the
H. and property damage with the owners of livestock, slowly straggled out
Harley Funeral Vltsky, treasurer of the Elks Lodgeof
At Rotary select the lucky to City causing It to burn. Moss
girl representthe ,
Reports livestock while on the highway; Sheriff Reddish said. "The way the theatres and found their way home
t For .- .. Starke, and stated: "I certainlydo local department. limbs, and leaves littered Starke
Today tw 3. punishment by Imprisonmentnot law Is written an owner of livestock I In the darkness. Drug store and
A report of the year's work In exceeding six month or by Incur heavy liability for appreciate your bringing to my of Chief Pickett Asst Chief Carpi- Street, giving them the "mornv other places of business customarly .'

oral services for Alonzo Hall Rotary was given at the regular fine not exceeding $500 or both. damages If he permits his stock to Bond attention Drive the and I Bradford am happy County to enclose nero and Capt. Wilkinson ,will !Ing after" appearance of a fall ; open at night finally closed
ley, St, win meeting Wednesday In the Legion be impounded by select the lucky girl to representthe hurricane.
be held-ln Livestock can
Grace stray on the roads. Therefore we my check for the bond which I their doors and employee groped
"hodlat Church at Lawtey this Hall by President O. S. Newcomb the Sheriff, his deputies, or any must all do everything we can to I would appreciate making local department. Considerable damage was occasioned -I their way home. A night police
moon (Friday) -at, '3:30 o'- and the chairmen of the principal other law enforcement officer or keep our livestock and our neigh payable to my mother your.Mrs. Rob-I' All girl desiring to enter theconte.t at the local A A P store : officer stood In the middle of the
committees.The State Highway Patrolman bor's livestock from getting on the erta B. Bennett. are urged to submit their when wind raised a portion of the i Call and Walnut Intersection dl- t
''r.: Harley died Wednesday, at new president W. H. Graham A "public road" Is defined as a public roads. If It becomes necessary "I and those photograph before July B, roof, allowing water to flood the rectbig traffic with a flashlight.
you II
borne h, Lawtey./ will take over his duties at highway which Is, or may be main- to Impound stock, then owners who are working with you to put storage space In the rear -of tile Service at the North Florida J
| U survived the..next regular meeting. tained by the State Road Depart. should remove them as soon as this Bond Drive across In good Delegates Attend building, running through the entire ,Clinic was not resumed until 3 a-m. '
TO .
* *. H. by wife: five .tAt the close of the meeting the ment Including the full width of notified In order. to reduce teedCOIIta. shape" FFA ConventionFour store. Most goods could beaalva..ed I because of additional trouble In 1..

'C; Hubbard Harley. Jr.. Klngsley member were asked to stand In the right of way. Therefore, the The Elks Lodge gave a dinner however, and the loss : that part of town when, a tree .was
' of Lawtey C. and Daniel B., a moment of silent tribute to the law does not apply to county maintained "I am hoping that we can enforce dance for Itllm.mbel1l. their wives, member of Bradford was largely a matter of loss of blown across the South Thompson
'n' ; $t. Clair Harley memory of Jos. E. Wllaon, Charter roads open fields etc. this law without any undue and friends, at the USO Thursday Chapter, Future Farmers of America time to the personnel who spent Street transformer
ley Gainesville spring; Sumter t>. President of the club whose death When livestock are 'Impounded hardship to the owners cooperate evening, June 29?u a stimulatorto received the State Farmer Degree the better part of Wednesday Superintendent John explainedthe
rhlers' Mias ; and three took place during the past year. the Sheriff must notify the ownerat ing and I earnestly solicit the support Bradford County's IndependenceBond In &.Impressive ceremony at getting the stock In ship-shape low voltage In outlying port"
Jacksonvllle Martha K. Har- once and he may obtain them of all livestock owners to this Drive which ends July 4. the State Convention being held In order again. tints of town by saying teat other
t, ; Mrs. Win 1. Lions Win One any time before they are sold for end," Sheriff Reddish concluded. Every Elk In every city and Gainesville this week. Those The Starke Telephone Co. considered circuits were hooked up to the city
I. Shllevepol't. L-: : and charges (within from 10 to 17 county In America has pledged awarded this honor were Harry Itself lucky with only a- circuit "like a string of sausage
cn.: Blocker Atlantic\. From Gainesville days; ). Game Commission himself to support this Important Green Glenn Conner, Harold Nor. bout ten services put out of commission the farther you go the weaker It .
and 13 grandchildren The law permit the following Government Bond Drive and It Is man, and J. L. Alvarea. and relatively little damage get*." '
! W. T Walters will flclate The Starke lions Defeated the charges for Impounding: Calls Meeting: hoped that Bradford County's H. P. Morgan, Superintendent of to lines.Movie i John stated that It will probably

lie funeral, and Interment will Gainesville merchants 13-2 In a $2.50 and mlleage a* for priaon- For July 6th quota, of 112.000 will be. oversub Bradford County schools, and thu house suffered a lose be at least another week before
in Klngtey Lak. cemetery. rame played on the local diamond era: scribed. Arrangements were madeto 8. Partin, principal of BHS, received In box office receipts because of I Stark can resume generation of

etch pall bearer win be 1.I Thursday night of last week $1.50 and mileage for serving The State Game and Fresh Water have a speaker give a talk on honorary State Farmer Degrees Interrupted power service Tuesday It* own current. Much of the

H. O. Pearce, C. A' Mcw -I .Begue and Hitchcock were notice; Fish Commission will meet in Tallahassee bonds during intermission.The I as a feature, of the anqual) night and Wednesday after blown out equipment la obsolete,
with homerun for day for feed and formulate Florida Bank at Starke and convention banquet Thursday night. noon. be made
C. Wooten. T. Black- credited Fifty cent per Thursday July II, to he said, and must on
II, and Harry Wllkerson.T Starke and the Lions also made hunting rules and regulationsand the poet office will gladly explain Harry Green, vice president of Although the Tuesday storm ,was special order at the factory. A
Silvia care.This all detail. to bond buyer I the Bradford Chapter, and James the most and the
three, triples and a double. could run the cost up to set the dates of the 1990-01 prospective spectacular one Westinghouse representative view.
I and Mitchell with no red tope and no delay. Hamilton were official delegate to that knocked out Starke' municipal .
CANNING PLUI"T pitched for Galneavllle from 17.5O to $20 per animal Howsver. hunting season Director Coleipan the convention. V. R. Fer..on.chapter' 1 ed the damage at the'plant Wednesday
BE CLOSED I Brown for Starke. Sheriff Reddish state that Newman has announced. The meetIng I 1 light plant the Monday and Nght.'and rushed off specifications .
JULY 4community Margaret McGrif won the permanent only those charge wiU be made Is scheduled for 10 o'clock am., Tennis Meeting I advisor also attended. : Wednesday disturbance were also -! for the needed parts. No

canning plant at that ,was given away.A that are absolutely required If the at the State Capital House,Cham accompanied by littered streets dollar-estimate of the damage
will be closed' next Tuesday valuable gift 1s being given away owner Involved Is cooperating In an Called For Monday 1 Hurt In Accident and lightning-damaged .power could yet be made.
use of the July 4 holiday at each home game In orderto honest attempt. to keep the livestock i from all parts of the theCityTennis transformer The Superintendent said that
ae- for
;.AU registered
R to an announc.ment. byerauaoa attract larger attendance. off the public road state are being urged to attend thesession. persons Tournament areaskI N. B. Rosier employe of the the current shutdown U by far thelongest
night. June 29. Sheriff Reddish stated that the Newman said. Starke poet office and TimerUnion NO COUNCIL MELTING: time Uie Starke plant bas
I fa This Thursday I the shootIng ed to meet Coach Hobbs at the rout man, received bead Injuries NEXT TUESDAYThe
will be set for
ltatecl the Galnerllle Commissioners have arranged Date. been out of commission at least
that to play County
a large amountu the Lion were and BItS Field House Monday nightat when he lost control of his regular meeting of the City :
1Urpl\la\ Produce and it wa announced to use George Sapp's pasture of deer, turkey squirrel since the Diesel operatlonbegan. In
at the Plant being pl"OCo new Lifeguardtube as a pound for North and :quail. Migratory bird hunting season S o'clock. e car during thunderstorm late Council will not be held next Tue.. 1922. Starke has been fortunate,
this .ea.aa and that a federal As there were no women registrants causing It because of the Fourth of July
l to South Starke. Final arrangement I will be set later by the Wednesday afternoon day In having almost uninterrupted
continue would be ,. been completed
Ie1Ieada of.aacb with not yt service, the occasionalfall
and me have even during
brag as then Fridays Tuesday night' g was rained pounds sf Lawtey and Brooker, I year Florida's generalhunting of men's single and doubles, Madison' Rosier was hospitalized until Tuesday, July ii, at "hurricanes". '
for the facilities ts sufficient out.Harry Men' Shop but will\ be by the last of the week. season opened November 22. the Coach stated. followingthe accMentr 6 p.m. f

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v______ z I Jacksonville. Monday.Mrs. to Jacksonville Saturday. Fa1rtIel, Calif,
As w. travel on life's.road. member her husband's name J. L:,. Jones and Mrs. WBI Mr. and Mrs E.! Strickland of daughter, Mr ''Tand With h4
County TelegraphESTABLISHED So speak kindly of your neigh That will be' a good bunch of LAW TEY of Ormond were Sunday Nichols, but: formerly <w
bor; teachers The building of the Long guests of Mrs.!: Jones' sister, Mrs. .sister, Mrs Ida Jones,, here last Vincent Mcl[<
Watch your tongue, your acts,, Branch church has started. They J, week. '. a Week In lnne1 II..,.
1879rnbU E. U. MATTHEWS. OWNIBDITO your deeds need more fund to &nlh. L. II. Fetch T:Mia Terry.Cordfa Jones of FemaniJtnala [ li .Mr ROT Reynolds of Sanford and -elster-in-Iaw Sanford wttbhlt
Friday" and Entered a* SecondOffice You may make life's burden HELPFUL HINTf I Hal' paper the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. was visiting- friend and relativeshere 1. McKhmy Mr. IIiId
l Every
Fla lighter I tuck to table top? Pou. oration Bible School last week. The public
Poet at Starke. your Hill this week. Is
C.a. Matter at the It'. a neighbor' that he needs. olive oil on the paper and let It The Lawtey Methodist church Mrs. W. L. Lofton and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hall of Hampton at the Baptist InVlIt4 III
1950 -Vada StuUman I I soak until it peels off. Old leftover school will conduct a one week. P. Wyrick are guests of Mr. and were visiting; the Cart Jones and Wednesday ceiuy\
MEMBER A good pal near Brooker Fla. coffee is good to put. In vacation Bible school In the Mrs. Carter In Tallahassee this Sunday: e I1ICht
sent me this poem. It has such a chocolate Give it a '
puddings. week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish spent
,1,1S0 For Six: Monthi lee dn that I needs must church beginning July 10. Mrs
Jabwrlptlun HH.HO\: Annually different taste. If your cipher. Walters of Jacksonville week la Miami as guests of l
and Miss Helen : this
Walters, principal 4
W T.
pnss It on. I am late this week sticks rub a, lead pencil and .
up of her Mrs. Sand Everett
guest and
schoolteachers the Sunday Mr.
be assisted by Sunday was
with this column. I It getsto will
hope middle. That oil the'
down the Mrs. W. T. In Jacksonville
Y F Dr. and Farber was
you all In time. However I I II members of the M parents. Mrs. Lloyd 1 ASave
and others. All Walters. Thursday of last week:
know If you folks could see all I and W.S.C.S.
have been doing and feel with me I From far-ott Nevada state and, children of Lawtey and surrounding Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Upton and Mrs. Flake Watson will leave
the Cross L Ranch comes a prayer: communities are Invited to Kenneth of Huntsvllle, Ala., : month. in h
the ache in my bones, back and son next week to spend a
of mine who hasthree
from a pal
i muscled that you wilt understand I 1 attend. were weekend guests of Mrs. .. ..
all at home
and '
sons '
However I am gloriously happy grown Joyce Futch and family. ". : ".. :.". : :: <
the ranches. Her Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harley
helping now on M M M i
and enjoy every moment of the II Jr.. of Gainesville
husband has two. were recent' visitors at the home T. L. Casey!
work. I have :just one more room H. was visiting In Lawtey over the Time, Wo
I of his Mr. and Mrs. A. HOWARD'SCall
AOhr beseech Thee,
| Our' Father we
/> In the Mortuary to clean and thenI weekend. Mr. Casey Is one of

luraPOMCA, R. will be done. What a glorious help our us heart find love Grant of Jesus this love Chrl.tIin of Harley.Miss Bather Ruth Bennett of: the Lawtey junior high schoolteachers and Money!!
feeling. I have been since the
Up and Is now
wind blows I menu, Jesus save us from sin. Help Miami la the guest of her sister
Ulierrln the may
4:30: this morning. I washed and I session of the University
Aaagh and sing amt work until The temptation he meets, have 'clothe. u* have faith and hope and to Mrs Joyce Rider. Pounds Of
We would understand his weak my dry.and some world Mrs. L. H. Hill and Benton!of Florida. 9
wide PEACE.
auy boae. ache yet I love every .prlnkled ready to Iron. The wind work for "fitR
,.'shlaute of It all. asses is blowing the dust so I,am glad Help ui through the World Council Futch were business visitors to SC It'T Laundry )Do tOn
it. Sympathize with his defeat. now I them done I of Churches, International Boy I .
got. early. I ,
3' we only understood all theluartaches Oh. It would stop our tongues I Scouts and the Rid Cross to reacn GRAHAMBy
I am to happy to tell that
from gossip, you 1
"'" the cares hand across the eas. Help us
Make want to share the load, my little wrens have returned to Mr*. John McKlnney Minutes.
All the joys Uie sorrow our tut to achieve peace through Interracial Pays All Kinds Medi- h
bears Fill our heart with love andkindness. my boxes and I have all three 1
neighbor dally : brotherhood; on. Lord, give Washed
boxes full this year. Such a cal Bills No 40 S,.
Could we see his disappoint .. u* a leader to guide u* from engaging Excep- Wilson Hllbron purchased the -- .
singing! merry time that I have I ly CleaiKj>
.err.-. and my iplrlt 8Oal'' on the wings in another war. Have tions!. B. Surrencr farm here recentlyand on u* for reliable drug To Iron
mercy on u* and teach the rulersof be and his family have moved !
of song. I skip with the wind I :
feel so happy thin cool our governmenteth. principles Estate Life Ins. Co. now writes onto the place. We welcome and health needs at worthwhile

From where I sit..fy Joe Marsh Digger Is fin and was morning.In the!I of Peace.and, not conflict. Help Hospital Policies covering all them to our community.Mr. savings. We pride ourselves on Cents b ,
I each of us that we may work for and Mrs. Clarence Meltonof
with | and
basement me when I ,washed sickness d"know" to
early this a.m.. .This \Ia a tOol: I World Peace. Glv.18 strengthand medical science and every type aorldental ,Gainesville were visiting Mr. the scrupulous exactness which 40 Costs! Try
wisdom We
to evil.
morning and delightful., I and Mrs.: John McKlnny Sunday.
MaybeThis'll get ask It In Jesus name. AMEN Injury--no exception. of McKinny's goes Into every single prescription -
the Service
so much done. and I must get busy Weekend guests Son!
Mr.. Howard Cross ''1J' YOU, too may be able to get Leonard McKinney '
too. Sharp. were Mr. and Mrs. we OIL
r Wake Us Up! Ranch, Tonopah, Nevada one. Inquire today. of Sanford and L. D. Graham rk
I want all my cleaning done ,
Such a beautiful from a and of Holly Hill.
prayer son The Waste
for the Fourth of ,. then PHONE 79
July for
joe. dear young mother who must be Paul Agent Mrs. Leon and childrenwere
"Hold! Let'sdglvm Raymond Wynn
Because a couple of thoughtless Harper lays Don'brother and wife are coming. Temple Avenue Starke Fla.
thr.w a newspaper out of talk this out, over supp.r and! a Then after that I will have to about forty., I have known her Box 9ft Starke In Gainesville ,Thursday of .. S25 Temple Ann!
for 18 Their ranch 1s mile
year last week.
Mis Gilbert glass of beer at Andy's. get clothe ready to start east
hetr car
,and miles from other ranchers'homes. F..-Abernathy was a visitor
.u school principal, nesrly had a H. pointed oat that those men I: thought to start by Wednesday .

..d accident. aren't criminals.Just carries.like tile 10th. X may try to get It is time to close. I-have another 'I.
of to be getting these plane ride east to and
She was following tb.m'on thefjghway a lot a.seem Chicago to lime pie recipe and com
and the paper flattened days, Judging from the truh yon.vu Indlanapolla. It would be quickerand more refrigerator Ice cream. Doe
she couldn't: see along roadsides. From where I not; 10 tiresome. If I do T /
her windshield ; anyone have a requeat fora certain
alt, this near. accident be the shall have to write In to Sioux '*"
.... In a minute her little coupewas recipe?
across the line-right in the lesson we need to make us atop lit. City, Iowa, for reservation now God bles you all. !
and show pretty soon. Whoopee I LOVETT'SSTARKE
lath of an oncoming trailer-truck. terlng our roads- start LOVE. LURA.
Sa miued..but: only Justl Inc a little tolerant consideration CLAY HILL Nice' letter fr.imDaisy
The parties were rscognbed!and for our neighbors t Lang. She says she U a CATHOLIC ciitmcn
busy woman canning tomatoesand Sunday Mass 9.13: : a.m.
eoon as I heard about It Iran over n" .
making pickle Mr. Nash Sunday School 11 a.m.
,M 8brlff Harper-Jtmandtd they ,80e ff and Maxwell are to teach again Week Day Mass 8.30( anx
fte brought up. on chargss. But: at Clay Hill and Jonell Wilkin day' FLORIDA --- Prices Good June 29 30 July 1,3 1 3
son.* She used to help us out there Bible Study I* every Wednesday ,
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JUN 30 1950 i iJ '
J PAGE FOUR Sunday morning with W. B. sewell other than ourselves.
Recent births In Shadycrest Hospital The I M
""" the general superintendent Mr. Joe B.
as Oliverof'salico.n.y .
Betty Flynn Miss Thomas HonoreeAt were: of Youth Fellowship meetings for I trtrrlet /
Mr. and Mrs. Joyle Crowder held!

Honored At Series Lovely Shower HmHH :'::" :: iimHi!! 41 Lake City, a.son, Howard Payne,, seniors 7 and At intermediates the Sunday are evening:
Of Pre-nuptial Events Miss Alma Thomas, whose marriage :.........;...................' .., on June 21. of at service p.m.at 8 p.m. the pastor will : :

Mrs V* O. Powell, Mrs. L. A. solemnized to Lavern tonight Outlaw(Friday will) in the be J :RRI Q 15..:: : Starke Mr. and a boy Mrs Michael Blake Jackson Dale, on speak Freedom on,"the with subject emphasis"The Price on the of:I Ii C ford uety County Axsiee, Florida or of Tax.b rn'b"be

Mrs. Starke : :: June :23. theme. A special ; the Board .. will "' i''i
/ Canova :Mr. H. H. Houston First Baptist church of was Independence Day ""
Rosier of i mnn'..,,
Mrs. O. L. Patten of honor at a miscellaneous Mr. and Mrs. Roy invitation la extended to all In *,
the "1
M. P. Gahagan guest STEPHEN LAWRENCE SMITH: Martin Vanis, on ('lark' of Clrrult f'-5, WMi"
and Mr., J. O. Godwin entertained shower lit the educationhall I I Smith, Lawtey; a son, veterans end member. of the: Florida ,t lOOOo'J"'k, !l and

Residence June Caldwell Of He* I with a miscellaneous bridal of the Baptist church Thurs Mr.of and Lumpkin Mrs.,Leonard Ga. announce F. the June ::27.Methodist. armed forces to attend this service. hearing 17. A. D.complaint. HBO.!. |f,, ,"A,"T.II).;",k,
Ph. State Farm 43 Editor Phone 29 shower honoring; Mice Betty Anne day afternoon of last week at 4 Stephen Lawrence, Following the evening service t.ntlniony *. to '*..li<
birth of a son alu.
Church"The hour" property, reef] pr"1 Of ,
afternoon o'clock. Hostesses on this occasion will'be a "fellowship ?
last Tuesday Stew there rl
., Flynn on Thursday, June 22, In the rlble, an fixers hy"hl 'I'*
from 4:30: to 5:30: o'clock In theBaptl.t were Mrs M. F. Hazen, Mr. F. B. art Webeter Hospital, Richland, for all young people in the recrea- .A.i.*...r>r of Taxes ,i, 'h h" Cl"n
Beard, Mra. Ewell Lawson. Mrs. Lord's Supper" will be administered hall. mint Roll for limn .. ..*>
Education Building.Guests Miss tion
Shower HonoringMiss Smith la the former !,
Coffee Honoring Ga. Mrs. for the
the Rev.T. purpose or
Paul Raymond, Mra. Jesse New- by the pastor held
hour" is perferllnt
were /greeted at the door Idalou Davis of Starke. Metho- A "children's every mint.The ....,
Of This Week Carmichael ome. and Mrs. James Deaver.Guesta O. Mitchell In the First Wednesday morning frorm 10 to 11 County 11..0, ,*
Brides Wood and
Mra. presented
by and tha
were greeted at the door LOIS POPE dist church of Starke 12 01 Cnunty Cann.
MARY children 6 to yearsof loner ..,
Misses Pauline and Esther Tyre to the receiving/ line composedof to the receiving line Jr. At this service Mr. o'clock for mar continue In, ....1.i ,
At Keystone Inn and presented Mr. and Mrs; B. A. Pope, morning. "Youth night" is Thursday day to day for ont 'llH
and Miss Barbara Cameron entertained the hostesses Miss Flynn, Mrn. by Mrs Rufus Hutching and Mrs. announce the birth of a daughter, Mitchell will speak on the sermon age.from 7:30: to 9:30: a time of Ions an necessary wk *
last Thursday evening at G. B. Flynn and Mrs. O. J. Phil E. L. McKnight. The receivingline "This Do in Remembrance of night All persons owning
Mrs. W B. Mundy Mrs.' Charley j I :Mary Lois Pope in Leigh Memorial topic Inspiration fun and fellowship for J..t to assessment "'np'rt'1
E. Johns, Mrs. T. F. Lahdrum.i! their apartment In Jacksonvillewith lips.Placed was .composed of Mrs. Ray Hospital, Norfolk, Va.. on June Me." all people. The regular mid- County .Florida, art, In HMI
Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. C. a.//, a miscellaneous shower hon- at vantage points mond, Mrs Hazen Mrs. B. T. 2?. Mrs. Pope will be remembered Sunday afternoon from 3 to 8 week young prayer service Is conductedby p to...make r at .Much. m eoml nlntt|notlfiMa,..

Nasworthy entertained at Key- oring MU Marjorie Carmichael, throughout the room were tall Thomas, Miss Alma Thomas, Mrs.. .. Miss L.ols Adkins daughter of o'clock,' Mr. Mitchell will administer the pastor on Wednesday evening such tantlmony see. !c the Sir,
stone Inn.. on Wednesday morning,| bride-elect of Starke' marriage whit floor baskets holding arrangements B. S. Outlaw, Mrs. Newsome Mrs Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of the Communion In the homes at 7:30: p.m fixed any properly by the, real l nr -..... '"
at 11 o'clock with a coffee honoring to Ted Schultz was an eventof of cut flowers In pastel Lawson and Mrs. Beard. Starke. of "shut-Ins" and sick persons desiring Tax., upon hi.Countj Ams,
Miss Alma Thomas, whose' last evening, (Thursday) In the colora. Mra. S. E, Sparks invited the to receive the Sacrament NOTICE th.v may denlr.A".m.nt pe
guests to see the many lovely gifts Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stevens of receive the Given by order if tho
marriage will be an event of today First Baptist Church.Arrangements The punch table was covered Persons who wish to : County: Comml Hkn.-n Bnty
(Friday) and Miss Betty of glaatoil) and with 'a linen cloth and centered which were displayed on tables Starke announce the birth of a Communion at home are requested To whom It may concern C'nunty, Florida, sum 6Ib r p,".f.
.covered with lace cloths. Mon-< will not be responsible for 1t M
Terrance Anthony on We '
decoratingthe son the
Anne Flynn bride-elect of Sat- zinnias were used In' with the punch bowl surroundedwith to Infgrm pastor. (AnAL) A..7
Mrs O. L. Linsln and Mrs. Guy 26, in Telfar Hospital in rJ m.t, CItt
urday. party rooms.The fern Interspersed :with pink day, June The church school meets at 9:45:: any debts contracted by anyone a80
Sale Invited guests to the tea table.
Savannah, Ga.
honor e received many love- Mrs. W, C. Powell
door crepe
Guests were greeted at the :Mrs. H. L. Starling presided at the
by Mr. H. H. Houston and presented ly gifts including several piecesof presided at the punch bowl. tea table, which was overlaid witha :

to the receiving line com- her .chosen china from theho.fesees. The honoree' received., many white linen cut work cloth and I 1> A&P Has The Fine

posed of the hostesses, Miss lovely gifts which were displayed centered with an arrangement of All ,
Refreshments of cake and punch
Thomas, and Miss/ Flynn. on two long table covered. with shasta daisies and yellow gladioli D
were, served to about, 20. guests .BU'TARKE
linen low bowL white
cloths in a crystal Large
InvHed' Into the
Guests were with Foods Picnickers Prefer
who enjoyed this affair satin bows at the FL'\
'assisted were placed
dining room by Mrs. B. S. Outlaw hostesses- and their honored, The hostesses were In
with miniature bride In
corners a
and Mrs. M. P. Gahagan. The caring for their 'guest* by Mrs. ,
refreshment tables, placed in the St B. Sparks, Mrs.*. B. T. Thomas, the center of 'each. The center @.
Beta Sigma Phi piece was flanked on either hide Fri. A Sat., June 30, "July 1
dining room, were covered with Miss.Joan Tenly, :Miss Alles. Law-
linen cloths and centered. with Installs OfficersThe : son Miss Julia Lawson Miss with yellow; tapers in crystal can- DOUBLE FEATURE -
delabra. .t.Int.ervata 1me
Crystal trays placed
fern Helen flames, Miss Cald
arrangements of gladioli and Peggy
held sandwiches, Individ-
Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mrs. O. J. local: Gamma Theta chapterof well Miss ports 'Moncrlef and ual cakes, nuts and mints, all Arctic FuryDel

Phillips, and Mr* O. B., Flynn Beta Sigma phi held its Installation Miss June. CaldwVlU: ,carrying out the whit. and yellow
assisted In serving. of officers Monday evening at About 200 guests. called during color scheme Cambree, Eve Miller
each the home of Mra. C. K. Hayes. Mrs the afternoon. RATH'S LUNCHEON
the AND"Crashing
The hostesses presented I re.ldlng.t punch bowl, -
honoree ;with a piece of her chosen -,,Hayes served as officiant. whfth! was placed on a table I
china as a memento. of the oc Officers Installed were Mrs. Leslie Miss Betty Anne Flynn Was the.I ered with a lace cloth v-I I Thru"Whip MEAT
casion. Biggs, president; Mrs. Robert honored guest at a Coca-Cola!.party with fern' and gladioli Intertwlned'i 1\\ I A ,
Barkadale. vice-president; Mra. Tuesday morning at. 10:30: o'clockat wefe. Miss Clara. I,
music, by
Appropriate played S. O. Denmarktreasurer! ;' Mrs. I the home of Mr. and Mr*. W C, Evelyn Newsome.. Wilson 3'fr i \
Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mrs. J. Merry Beth Smith,"recording sec Aim Cartoon H Serial
I|PowelL Hostesses were Mrs.Pow Mr.. L. A CanovLand Mr. L. L. t\1\
W. Klncald was enjoyed duringthe Miss Dorothy Ross, corresponding -
retary; ell and :Miss Nina Bishop. Thomas played appropriate music
morning. secretary;. Mrs Herbert The home Sun. A MOIL, July t 4 3 A '
was beautifully decorated during the afternoon. Coldstreom Pink I (;
Mrs. Glenn ,Wood and Mrs. R. Flitch, sponsor; and Mr. W. B. throughout with cud flower.. Other. assisting the hostesses In .c -.. Jane Parker

O. Kidd registered the guests. Sewell, director Mrs Guests were greeted at the door by; caring for the guests were Mrs. Four Days Leave Salmon I .': 37 I

Others assisting the hostesses Prior to the Installation the hostesses and the honoree Cheater Wise, Mr. V, 'V, Hazen t. POTATOCHIPS
were Mrs J. R. Kite, Mr. J. A. Jacqueline Moorer was Initiated In- The refreshment table was covered Mrs. James Lawson, Mrs. R. L. Joaette Day, Simone Slgnoret er y '
Griffin Miss Joan Carpenter to the sorority. with linen'cloth A & P Light Meal !
a and centered Alvarez Miss Dolores McKnight, ;
Abut News & Shorts
Miss Ttorlf Moncrlf Mlle Sue 'The outgoing old officers, Mr. with attractive 23
an cut glaaa Mlsa Helen flames, Miss Eloise Tuna 41 ; :
Miss Clara Thomas, Mr. C. K. Hayes, president; Mrs. Eu bowl Ice and e .
Biggs holding Cokes. At Thomas and :Miss Sylvia Alvarea. Tuesday July 4, ONLY ,
gene Long, vice president; Miss other 5-oi. Bag
Ralph Alvarez and Miss June points on the table were
Caldwell. FreMdie Wimberly, recol'dlnfc, dLa.holding sanQwichea, cookie.. Family ReunionAt Pirates of HEINZ Crow Cut y TO-oi.': Bog 1 Mb. Can
corresponding CapriWith
retary; and Miss Hazel Fields and ..
preaentto potato chips.
About 60 gueita were
secretary,'were photo- Newsorne Home 45 ft
Mlsa Flynn received ..vera110ve- Pickles 37c .
enjoy this affair graphed Mr., Eddie Hartman, ly gift in remembrance. .of th< .*", Louis HaywardAlso
vice-president, was absent. occasion. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Newsome' Shorts k News

W.S.C.S. Will Meet; The home was decorated with a The hostesses were assisted In were hosts at a faintly reunion. ANN PAGE Stuffed :
color ..cheme'at yellow and green caring for their guests by Mrs. at their. home last weekend. I Wed k Thun.. July 15 B 8 & P FANCY SLICED NO.VI CAN ,,
The circles of the Methodist for the occasion and this theme R. G. Kidd. :Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs Among the guests were Mrs. A.:.1 Olives, 7 oz. 45A "/

Women's Society of Christian"Ser- was carried out on the refreshment H. A. Bishop. J. Dryden of Graham. Mr, and Voice the City .

vice will hold their regular pro- table which was centered with an Enjoyingthis affair were Mrs. Mr,. A; LC Dryden and Zeke Dry. PINEAPPLE e sa.

gram and social meetings next arrangement of yellow cut flowers G. B. Flynn Mrs. O. J. Phillips, den of Jackson, HI. Mr. and Mrs. With Eastside Kids. users SWeet., __ _; ,
Monday afternoon July 8, rt StIO end greenery flanked on either Mr. Glenn Wood Mrs. T, F. Land W. L. West and daughter, .Dorothy -
o'clock. I side with yc.o-r candles. rum, Mrs. A. H. Harley in. Miss of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. -ANDDesert Relish 81/4 oz.UBBY'S 14c ANN PAGE "TENDER COOKED"

Circle 1 will meet with Mrs. W.' The place for the next meeting Hazel Fields. Mrs. 0 L.. Beaaley, H. L. Starling and ion, Leslie of

O. Halle and Mr. Maude Fields' will be announced later. Mrs. :J., W. Klncald. Mrs. H. H. Miami :Mrs. C. H. Levings and CommandJohn Vienna PORK & BEANS { .1

at the Education Building. Adams, Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs son Mr. and :Mrs. Albert Levlngs Wayne a a s e
W.'M.U: NoticeThe Martha Smith. Mrs. W. B. of Lake and Mr. and Mrs. w, ;
Mundy City
Circle 2 will co'n""ne at the homeof ; Ao> New.iio Sausage 18c ? t .a ,
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Jr. Mrs. ; .
Charley Johns Mrs. Mattie Bob Kinard and :Mr, and Mra. ) .k ." ..
Mr. L. D. Vlnlng on West meeting of the Baptist Gahagan, Mrs: L. '0: Powell James Deaver. JANE PARKER'S SANDWICH OR V.. '
"MadUon} Street. Women'a Missionary Union next Mra. E. L. :Matthews Mrs. E. 'J ARMOUR'S. '
Circle 3 will be entertained. at Tuesday afternoon has been: post Flynn, Mrs.Roy Ward Miss Lillian A 't Sliced Dried WIENER ROLLS ;; ,1

the home of Mr. ,J, L.Andersonon /| poned. The time of the next Stump Mr. 'Arthur Holiday, Miss Beef 21/2 oz. 35c : n e a
Cherry Street. meeting will be announced later.MANAGEMENT Joan Carpenter, Miss Peggi Cald- ", ., ,
well, Miss Sue Biggs,'Mrll. J. R. r Jeweler's Window
Chasteen, Jr., Miss Jo Ann Dlnklns SWANSON Boned IONA PLAIN OR SELF RISING.Chicken .
and Mrs Howell Nasworthy.

a. SOc FLOUR 5 lb. = 1.4
Mrs. J. R. Wainrlght, Mr.:I July 1st '. .

Charles Darby and Mrs. W. H. :; MARCAL TeaNapkins .
Graham entertained with a canasta

party :Monday afternoon, 3 o'clock \( lOe
: I at Keystone Inn honoring. Miss !i Guaranteed "SupeiRight"

> .1 Betty Anne Flynn. t lIe will Show the proof that he is an

expert in all the numerous affairs of Upon arrival guests were greeted AUTHORIZED BVLOVA DIS Paper (Pkg. of 61' Values
by the hostesses. Meat. ]
serving; performed with tact courtesy A delicious dessert course was TRIBUTOR. Plates. 2 for 23*
enjoyed followed with two progressions .
and economyl ia'givinsr> us -'
.... many of canasta. High prize .
new friends. was won by Miss June Caldwell DIXIE Drinking
and low score consolation prize Only AUTHORIZED DEALERS will take 1 QUICK-FROZEN, DRESSED ft DRAWN GRADE A
went to Miss Sue Biggs. Cups. doz. 13c '

DeWITT C. JONESPhone Flynn The with hostesses a lovely presented piece of Miss her part in this new BULOVA. A display. HEN TURKEYS 12-16 lb. Avg.lbJlANN

7 'Starke, Fla. chosen' pattern of crystal as .a :See Our Selection of Beautiful Rings Diamond PAGE CREAMY _
memento of the occasion.Enjoying .
Sets-Special for June Brides SALADDRESSING GRADE A_ FLA.
this party were MissFlynn DRESSED ft DRAWN22'1* IB. AVG.
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur the hostesses, Mra. J. R. e
r .
local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and Chasteen, Jr., Mrs. O. B. Flynn, FRYERS Ib .
Mrs O. J. Phillips, Mrs. Glenn II
Gem ,
services Dot otherwise available. Wood .Mrs. A W. Anderson Jr., 'r. JewelryED Pt. 270 -- 9 t. 470 .

A PO Miss Sue Biggs. Miss Joan Carpenter
We furnish the highest type service at lowest price., and -

accept ANT life insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT Miss Joan Carpenter entertainedwith Seaboard 1t&IhWII.teIa inspectortFree COOKED PICNICS Ib

company, as payment la part or In full on a funeral a'luncheon at 12 o'clock noon ; .
Consultation carries no obligation. last Saturday honoring Miss Betty .
Anne Flynn whose marriage to 1i '

-- O. James Phillips of :Macon, Ga., SMOKED TENDERED SHANKLESS Butt or Shank
will be an event of Saturday eve
nlng. Luncheon.was served on Individual HAM PORTIONS Ib. .55
COSTS LESS: THAN REGULAR tables in the cocktail 'a a a

l lounge of Keystone Inn, In Keystone "

The honor guest was presentedan

J"lx, appropriate of the occasion.gift in remembrance SOc each Sliced Cold Cuts 1-Z lb. pkg.28c

i', Illix -
Those enjoying this affair were
Miss Flynn. Mine. Carpenter :Mrs.J. .

NEW R. Chasteen, Jr.'. Mlsa Janet Anderson Calif. Plums, Ib.: 2Sst ,Hermans Wieners '11b. pkg. 41..

Miss Jo Ann Dinkins, !Ols.Peggy July 22nd 3:00 P.M. .

TUBELESS TIRE Anne Wiggins, Miss Sue : Calif. Iceberg .
3iggs, Mlsa Doris Moncrlef and '
hd. 1 lOc '
Made ONLY by -
Mrs. Hostess CHEESE 'of 8
B. F. Goodrich Avery Pole SLICES-kg.: a.
To Ladies 'Auxiliary Beans, lb. 190 _
a Ne faU. to k.y a 1Mb. chess J .

; a 3.w N klqkFth/ ...... Mr. Janie H. Avery entertained Large ANN PACE flavorful Zeity ...
.... a pnwst rIMai. members of the Ladles ,
.WI4tJ'. year .
/. -.:. Auxiliary of the First Presbyter- Lemons lb. 19c SALAD MUSTARD
!r. i. : 'an Church with a party In her Television Set . sd'u

1 home on North Walnut Street Carrots
I r lOc.------
Tuesday evening.
: r'S als' poact t" laiuallymad EASY'' TERMS Candles and flowers added to A A P LITTLE DARLING NECTAR

fwnnaaendr as you attractiveness of the rooms Cuban
the ::
driv. Tube mmbUs ended .1 C li
aeated at lace
where guests were
lot cods New B.F. TEAt2lb.4l
Small Down "I
.I 1 Goodrich "Rythm Ride* foe Payment covered table. ea. 13c LIMAS
.tcMS*comfort,safety,mile. A abort business meeting was I

,; ,Stop to-xct a lm IOdaT..t tj_ ___ conducted by the president. Mrs You must register at our store to be eligible Pt. 230 210
B. Holtaendorf. Mrs. W. A. !
C. Celery
IIDERALTRADE-IN_ ALLOWANCE Stern ,discussed the> program of to participate. ea. 19st

work among the Navajo Indians sy..... HBH M
Farm Home & Auto Supply :work at Ganado.In Thailand.ArIa. and hospital r A; Sweetheart Soap Reg.. Bar 4/22

... '
During the social hour a word
W. Phone 26 Starke Fla. Soap Bath Bar 4/3
Call St. contest was enjoyed with Mrs.' K. .
i O. Duncan receiving' the prize, a

. jade flower container. C. H. Nasworthy General SuppliesE. Lifebuoy Soap Bath Bar Hi
B.F.CrOodiiolrFIKST Mrs. Avery waa assisted. In serving ,
refreshments to her guesta by Oil A-Penn 2 gal's.| 1.79
her niece.. Miss Annette Harperof ,Call St. Starke Phone 198-J. -
.' IN RUBBER l Jacksonville, who is her houseguest Dry Cleaner I A-Penn 1 gal. 1.05 :.- -'" 300 East Call Street

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i so, lead BRAnF/1RDMtTNT17T1Ct1CiRAPtt. .JUN 30 1950

Sgt. and Mrs. D. K. Henderson I Mr. and Mrs Fletcher-- --'
i spent a few day's leave Burnett Mrs. Juanita Phillips\ and little
Atlanta General Depot, the of KIngale-y Lake leave today for daughter, Martha Jane, spent Mon.. I

Ga., with M. Sgt. and Mn Atlanta I Washington, D. C where they will day afternoon In Jacksonville.Mr t \,
John : spend a month with their son-tri- I i
Recent and
guests of H. L. Brownlee
Janlej([ law and
daughter .
Avery were Col. and Mr. and Mrs. spent several days thla week in r"' '
Mrs. Otis I Jack Bowman. 1
IN THE NEtlO.J Hathcock of Atlanta, Ga.., and }of. W, S. Johns St. Augustine Beach. 1

Mr. and /.Mr!!. Lester Paul and I In Live Oak spent Monday Mrs B. E. Fuller returned to her \
visiting her brother
daughter Pam of Jacksonville 'Lavoa Andrews ,, home here last weekend after 1 ,1\

i her Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham S. Klrkham. spending the past two weeks visitIng I
t has are Mrs. Mary E.
Avery Mlse enjoying a week' Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen Wynn: spent last, her son-in-law and daughter,
nleco vacation '
her at and l weekend at Lake I
j Brooklyn Mr.
visitIng and
week son, Jimmy, Mrs. E. A Rowton
of Jackaonvllle: Boca Grande and other points In attended home coming her son-in-law and daughter lahassee. of Tal
and .
12Noogel.: Leonard South Florida. During their absence church dedication of the new Antioch Mr and Mrs. A.A. Peters. II r s ,

C Carnell left MonTib- Mrs. W. P. Randall and I Mr. last Sunday. j I Mra. S. V. Andrews returned had Mr. and Mrs Harley F Strong f Re

Cp-oMhe-Woods ( M ica.Lucia Lyle Randall of Tampa West Palm and Mrs.Beach R. D. Goolsdy of i, this week after spending several! Mrs. as Henrietta thi'tr guest last weekend "8Mdvyr t

,nl, Speculatorthey Newre are staying with the Graham i end here visiting:spent Mr. last and l week. weeks In Alachua visiting her Beach.Charles Maxwell of Daytona ONLY tOUR "sr' I
will be counsel children at Klngsley Lake. V V. Hazen. Mrs. \brother-in-law: and sister Mr and O" Y """ t
Summer Mre. J R. Wainwright has re- Mrs. Bryan Lynn.MI.8II J. Harris of Washington 7 ."
Mr. GOoC.
v the vecatlon.tu and Mrs. Herbert Deal DC., spent several 398 C. .9
!'' rDed from a visit with relativesIn returned Marsha Kay Hazen recent days here last .z ;
last 16'-
fc. Wynn Miami. weekend after visit week visiting his brother-in-law somand i OJ t
ly and '
week In returned
K ) a a visit her
I r spending Miss Jeannette ing Mrs. Deal's sister Mrs. A. M. cousin Mine with and sister, Mr. and Mrs O. J. MoGriff. .....dlq Ile 4.,1.. M... Key rt.dlpwe '
vimtlng her aon, McLendon arrived Petty Jr. Mary Lynn Strahorn r : Thbl'nla' ....
In coofh'\
Ga. Wednesday from Macon Ga. for ten of Wtldwood. Miss w.. ...... .. t sere
Orlando Strahorn I
(days. re- o 1
ark.Ich of Starke and Mack for a vicit with her grandparents, home by They their were nephew.accompanied Milton turned. with her for a few weeks'visit. I ington Miss Betty D.C., Lou Is spending Harris of Wash ./IRI .,,'a". to Igddd d nhtbt. \> Donis o t11leiJt.ttagW t .,
Mr. several
Butler and Mrs. E. 8. n
Matthews. tu
Starke and Lake Petty who will visit them for Mr.. f weeks visiting her aunt Mrs. R, PROTICTIONros wo a\t."t-\n.\ \udaSan i
meeting of the' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton F. Stump. spent last A. slut ..ct ; ..
e recent and grandson. weeks week visiting her son-in-law and Omen, and family In Clearwater. HOMI, CAR 7Alam/ \ san>'no'l o"era.al '''''
In Billy
Committee McIntyre and e'' t.
re- \
inocratlc, I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle Had{daughter, Mr. and Mrs. )fr. and Mrs Jack a\ & \ ea..al"4nn'
each Mack Futch .ervf turned Thursday of last week as their (I W. H.I I children WlUlama and 1a Iht bmsIu Co ,,gaboVjnt lad 2-.,ilh b
guests last'weekend Thomson Jr. of "
Col. Joe Hill WH- from ti vIsit with the Thornton's Mr ; of Montlcello. She Gainesville are vaca M ,.\1:: C\\1.
y for daughter; Mrs. Selma and Mrs. W G. Halle Jr, and,]Was accompanied by Freddie. tioning at the Jacobs cottage on 'toast x la\an& AI7 Wflr"
Lake) Butler Bronson in daughters Linda Sue and Thomson who remained KIngsley Lake. ....., I.. tnHrnu, toUIt plc
with his me es 111 laaeV.,%aO I'r'r' sell oNlnlerltH
Orangeburg. 8. C.o..mplete s '
iz left Saturdaywith .... ... \,
Adkina of Miami
and Mrs. J. S. sanllra'i r parents after' spending several Mrs. Effie Johns had as tier .ko.. PRESTO le ee tmmll. ee Neat S't"
| her (onlnlavirandI / photographic service. West Palm Beach. weeks visiting In Starke. guests last weekend her I k'.audled easily. vea I,s.,11<1. Ye.to I 1 "US
Mr. and Mrs. B.A.Pope, Hollywood Camera Gift hop accompanied reMrs., W H. and niece, nephew ,ec*- Otll"f"OUNO
Jack Thomson. Mr.
by Halle Jr. of and
wh Mrs. L .
|I C. aiAer .
opposite Florida ( limit
her abe Theatre I mr lift* 4 mftfUt
Ph. 265
During !
Va. has been' Montlcello' will I Smith of
Miss Selma Sue visiting and sightseeing arrive Friday to Fitzgerald Ga., and Oeotlv ....'.01 electrkwl, eU.. MeUae. )
Fred Peters of
daughter, Mrs. Jacksonville for spend Ruth Whitehead ArI"1 J
several weeks in Miami and several days visiting her of tad ell typse.1 arw.t ,

children Jimmy! and spent last week here visiting Key West. parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump [ Mr, and l Mrs. Martin Land and teMaeajfw,,..'U Mat eae fe.lick-.

C ine vill8 are staying E. air grandmother Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mrs T. B. Harding had and tot attend t.Uie) Phl1l1ps-Flynn sons. Robert and Edward, visited ....... ....(..Mile. Do.'.aeley. D at

gel' Adklns at KingaleyENTER'S Eno Wynn. as their guests during last weekend ,wedding Saturday, ,, Mr. and Mrs. Lewin LaN hi Tampa l.Ke eaaaeei wftk yeat. laved_eaeexfen. > : I
Hayes of Gainesville spent Mr. and Mrs. J. M Miss Madeline Crosby of Lords- and AJtr. tAj Mr? Jim Roland in

... last weekend here visiting his par.enb' and ,, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hayes burg Hardy of Pompano Mrs. Joe end.
of N.
Atlanta Ga., and :Mr. and TelephoneI47J
Mrs. E. Thrasher of Daytona Beach and Mrs. Guy Aivdra** and eon BRADFORDCO. Ie"1
Kelly and Mr.
M. T. Hood of Clewiston.and Mrs. Lamar Crosby::: of Brooker we Tommy and Mrs. ,J. O. Caldwell i LI.... <. 111..... ".<.." Wed, seC 'FrU TtlS

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. dinner guests of their brother red and daughter, Frances, spent Tues p... eve. wpn.., 500 mm your. dlsl.r .
WELDINGWe had McKlnney sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert day in Ocala Ph. S 10:. Call !St.! SIArkeJ.
ASCRIPTION as their guests-Jaat Sunday Lee Crosby, Jr? Saturday. Mrs. Ha Han Smith and Miss .

\\ARMACISTS ; Mrs. McKlnney's brother and el5 Mr. and Mrs. T H. Slade anon d Louise Carter of Breexe 111., spent
; t ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. I. H. last
I Tommy returned last week Friday here visiting Mra. Effle
r Hazen of Jacksonville, after spending! _two weeks visiting Johns.

I Mrs Ida George returned last Mr. and jura. N. K. Hurst In Indianapolis I

I" 'I weekend after spending ten days Ind. J'f,,".. of tpollratloaj. for. Tae Deed
In Jacksonville visiting her Robert and Edward Notice I. hereby riven that W. H.
hater Land
\ sons the holder of tee following [ '
Mrs. 'Maggie Hudson. of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land are tlflcatfi. h... flleil sale certlfl-. .
outeR for a lax. deed .. .
t. be teiued 'I
visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. thereon The certificate

offer the people of Starke RED FEATHER and Mrs. Jim Roland thla week in and years of 'InHuance. the numbora clwHcrlp-. I II
Winter Haven.Charlie thin or the properly, and the e
PET: CLEAN In whkh It w... aiteeeied are }
and vicinity 'one of the most / C. Parker left Sunday to Iowa
Keep! your dog happy this summer spend two weeks visiting his mother Certificate. No. 80. Year of Dam""I' slr+ d1 l id

modern and finest equipped -keep him free of all teas and Mrs.: Lettie Parker. In Tampa "tlon"1 KW. 184H.of NKU'. of dlrlUaeaM .

Hcks. Keep them off.SISTKUNK and Sarasota. rE1.....Krrtlon U, Township. I Houth: ,
welding hops 29 Kant,
anywhere. containing 20
All FEEl & SEED: ('0. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto of more or lex. Name In which ae acre.eaed -
Work Guaranteed Jacksonville: \ spent Sunday here : Ernest. Pell.
Cert If'date No, 94. Year' of leeuanre .
visiting Mr. Hutto's
parents Mr. May I II. A. 1>. H4*. Imitcrlptlnn -
lE-MINIT SERVICE SMITH'S GARAGE and Mrs.. L. S. Hutto and family of property: Torte 9 H 10 ft
... Ricky and Eddie Herndon returned of Lot 11, 14 of nik. >H, Peek.
F 'A to Rtarfce. Bectlon 28, Town
PHONE AND MACHINE SHOP .to their home In Valdosta, hip (8 I south I tun we 22 eaet. Name
It SE' Ga.. Sunday after spending a week In which, a.ne"ii..dL.t: H. Harper,

|- 64 Night Temple Ave. Starke twat, hIi here visIting Mr. and Mrs" Jim Certificate May St. No.A. 191 D 1411 Year Iwerrlptlon of luxuance .-

E Ritch and Franklin Ritch. They of property Ix>t U,, Indian I a
Peach Pnlt No. 8 Hectlona an At 3D,
.. were accompanied home Mr.
-9 Township a South.. flange 23 .
E FI and Mrs. Ritch who spent SundayIn and! Hertlon 1, Township II I ..:.
Valdosta relatives. Bnuth; HaiiR it east and
UT containing 8 errs. more or lees..
erg Branch of Miss Carolyn Keen Is spending Name. In which aeMeeeud. : Unknown
several weeks vacationing in Chicago All nt earl property being In the
County of Kradford ftnle: of Floe ,

INSURA'NC. CE C CC. :: 1\1 RH ni. Ida.Tnleeiv. .u'h rertlfIcattfr-or certifi react 1
Mrs. W J. Chandler arrived cotes shall tie redeemed acrordllta, This Is A Bargain!

.. home Saturday after spending several tn law the property demrlbed 1 In

I Is I I weeks visiting In New Jersey. be euch HoMto rertlflcatn 1 the hlirh or .Mt tivrtlflcatea bidder at will the -tVe And You Will ,Q'I 1

E 1.T New York and Griffin. Ga. Courthouse door IIn the first M..... ,

C. WALL L Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and son r day Ivhlrh> In I I.the the month 7th day of of August, 19KO. Bedroom Suits ;
A ENCY'] 1 August, l9 3-pc.
THOMPSONSHEET Franklin left Monday to spend a it in a ;i d .f LSjN.v..r
I ,
L j two weeks vacation In Miami. this lard day of June, IUtl. .

PLEASE PHONE ,46 METAL Shop *" Mr..and Mrs. George' C.%.Whtt ei /{>!eAI.l! Court A. J. of Thomas Eradfnrd. Clerk t'outity of"Inuir Bwforei Hurh A Bargain; lUwitlful vanity (with plat a'iI\\' -

Temple Ave. Starke and daughter. Frances, of Tallahassee yiorlda. (.90 4t .,.u I (hum mirror), winl-pooti-r '-I, largerlMfit of draw....... The '
Service _. spent last weekend here N 1
Over -
Constant 50
t Years Rear of Hartmana Bldg. .1 suits art ronntruot of wlwtrnl hardwoods-you may select LI 1
Mrs. G. W. Alderman and
visiting .,
....... Mrs J. %V, White. Noft..o. KlrlMlvee Inteatloai name :::
la hereby given, .that the
underalsnail. under the provlelone liege Value, ),. Nn Carrying; n I ,

,I Acts of Chapter of 1K41 10567, wilt{ rea-leter Law of with Florida: the, 159.ao Ill 0 'harp I .

SER ICE Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and Now . E-Z Tertnat .

SURE\\ \ StORE Bulldozers for RentLand Flying flclltlouM for Pradford Hervlce name County under':of Cunway-Llbuy which Klurlila I wear the. ...

PIIONl:E 189 f naaaed';Airpark and ,doing buelnena tlradford at Conway We Have Many Bargains Visit Us'Today!

State Roads 100 & 200 CuunlyFloridal,"... la owned and:operated tkb.! mid by bus the 1

STARKE: :. FLORIDA Clearing following Intereeted parties .

OPEN 5 AJU TILL' 11 P.M. I Lacy Leslie. Conway L,. Libby, Hlarke"Htarke, Klorldnj)'lurid :.
j a Stumping .-10 U 1-11 Denmark Furniture Co.

-- .. ---...

Drainage Ditches !. rirrajlt (ears, Bradford ... ,
Pure Tires, Tul Jea, Batteries, Klorldal la (........"* ( .t" PHONE 151 1 STARKE FLA.

And,AccLetusSILiKL:essoriesEEN 0 Road Grading (fendant tiff Cuter, vi Van, Case Woodrow Hlckie. No. William.7871 William., ,Plain JJ"-

Or.... .f I'obllrelloa .... !Retire 10
: Woudrow Wllllami, Who. reil-
I your,car I dence and addroea II .unknown] CTARLINGC
DAVE PAVLKGen. / You are required to HOME
by the appear on
Silicone STARKE
new processThe new July Ilst. 1(50, In the above named 1
way to foaling car: : beauty. $7.50Corrosion Court and uauie, wherein plaintiff
peeks divorce. OWNED
Bradford County Telegraph -

WATERPROOF aft Resistant Del.. Starke. or Contact Me at_ Crosby LakeTHEATRE next four shall weekly publish I......this.. Order I In' Grocery & Market FLORIDA

Wltaeea my hand and official sea 1
at glarke K lor .l&. this June >6s.>>>, I860.
(OFFICIAL 0KAL) A. J. Tnoniax
__ 1 1R
Haven Ai Clerk of said' Court.: SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY JULY 1 1950
By ruaby.. Deputy Clerk I ,
Jk45IsI1iIID -0// 4tty.,for Pit. '-JO 41 7-H
WE RESERVE THE IUGUTTO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry StreetsStarling's
la ('..*..* Court. tlradferd ('.sal". -
tnHu R F STARKE r-lorldai la ("._..r. .. .. _
.k.. _REP"IRIIOI RADIO SALES A IIIIHVU.-I. W. V\". Hllrox, flalntlff, ... Lillian
..... .
?,.I.,...'..*.All- n.r.at.ed..1. reffrlareratlwii electric 5ervree.......Plume... ItMI.Wlnhler Case No Feature Of The Week :

eadt.-.. .:..MIKFHBHO t srte, Orde-r of .........11.. aad ...1... to t
Ph. 2:11I. FOR' ALE: 1948 Cuithman motor Dedicated To Community Service ABBeeirr HrATU OK PLUHIItA tot

'Sly* "M.' UNO of any kind lota cooler of, Ilk....,.*n.new. ,Bargain just painted price ")fov Are Better Than Ever" demo Lillian and Kleannr address Milcox.last whose known reel"I It* FACTORY PACK ONLY ONE PKG. TO A CUSTOMER.

h", """":;J *-M>n Trana- John Kemp at n.w.paper office,! Oakland Motor Court uakluiid.. Cal
lea 4V. tl Kornia: '
NEW Slna-er SewlnaMachine* You are required to appear on I[
Ee!: TFLFV1fOION JN TOUR Cash *. Terms are available In July 41..t. Ipso>> In the shove named C
I'd PHOSE 23&1 Cha. 4 this eectlon only through fines SATURDAY. JULY 1 J. ONLY Tues. & Wed., July 4 &: 5 Court. and auMe, wherein plairtif I
ttndhs. Seat Co..r.. gewlnc Machine Co., 4O3 N. Mar .seeks divorce Hradford County Tel'. I f f1I
"'lark IfU lon St.. Lake City. F.a. Phone r IttHHHK'jOv ...pll shall publlen thla Order In
$ X.
,. 880. write or vl..lt our ehop O..rII.J. / jSTAMETT next four weekly leeuee. ,,
I' "IIFoD RADt0a. lee *. Service cara will vlaltyourhome AIVEIAIAII1f Witness. my hand and offlfllal' sea ,
IO.PII"r OGNAPHe, A upon request. t( '. vVeSXAS ** :; at Htark Florida' thta. Juno1, U6". I
rul.t.. 0..1 r (OFFICIAL CKAM A J. B
RLE SHEPHERD MALE HELP WANTED man with -.; ti.DYwM0iria Aa Clerk of
|_*__1oI..I1Ion Star Stark.. 'car, for Hawlolffh buelneeii In cllY I .reowaa Ky} Haven Crosby: Deputy Th..n'1; C
of Starke. Previous aolllnir experience .... r..nO..n.. Htarke, i
"' I" """ "'i.-=Z fur
Ras. h.... Fw. .,. ..t not eaaentlal. Middle-, h Atty. Pit. '-10 tt -.
"eqUI". ....,..>t. largo _,..._ aged mac preferred 61-year-old AND ntnr j 0arp111U11.mI,1 R I r'

711. 1I..1-lIa"rl...,,. Q'I,," ...vl.... line Iving-5 houxehold.. and neceealtlea experience.. Write Rawletch 7"' !. ('1_'. C.*rl. ......f.... (:...t". ,
,, '
.. .
11. _
1rh. 14. Day. a Dept FAF-170.111, attention ;. rultuLtNiF0I0ill rtorMai tm f .baa>._,. ._ .
ala".h ftd. tf Mr. Lawa' ,. p. o. Box ? t lalal OIMIIIIe Charlea K;;;, Martin, Ptantlff ve.
LL Mernpha| f, Tenn. 1:47'.71: / Oypelo Kathrlne McHaU Martin,
YOUR TIMBER -- MM*iff I HUMS?.me***meal cow Defendant Case No. 7941.
t .
NOW MALE HELP WANTED: Halruna. 4 II rde* ( rool>llml.ei sad 1tU C. ...
located In rural area or vlllavee I tEiAN"a Arpmr'. BTATU of vi.oHiiit ,., .,
est Cash Prices to seas.. tn real estate bu.ln.. Plus News "Screen Snapshots" (tlypel., Kathrlne McMale Martin, w
Paid on torniulMlon bails. with national whoae realdenca and addreaa la unknownt 8
brokere. Writ WESTH. 171* i r
LL n YiN Murray Are rlu.bu..h 17 j I I You are required to appear on11..ly nr
ULK Pat i Hat. IPSO, In the above namedCourt
on IN UNIT t and oases. wherein. plaintiff
FOR. BALE: J\.on.blb..lldln.. & FrL 6 & 7 ....k. divorce' flradford County Telegraph
Thurs. : July :
lotsbetween. Waters/ flair ball publish' this Order 1 In
DWIW, .ilt.. Phone tS-J. 4t 7-14 (next four weekly leeuea.
Wltaoe Six Cans Per
and ettlcl.laf eeal' Only
rrJohn W. Turner Rr.rk.. mr.h.nd IhUJua.1T, n60 ;
FOR, BALE or trader McCermlrk.Daerin5 OFFICIAL .. %
p0. Box .1; ft. mowingmaehlne, who r / ( SEAL A. J. T."m. ,
Gainesville Fla.. In.horse,. .andtlo.or!tractor.. A.drawn..O. Croeby In work.Cltf. -ns.rrwrr ,.of Zorro'ra} By Haven Aa Crosby Cterknt Deputy add Clerk fonrf customer
1tDAYTZDr Chap. 10 Gh< t f yer( oM DMSa Ally for Pit '-IO 4t 7-11

lilt! Poet .. Spring Song" CartoeeSon. l F ld
a card 109' bunh.l rl Irliihpotato II.
and I -.... .
n at KMwarduUnxwrr. << tome see you: j '' eeed.. mile Inquire I eolith of f FtorMeii !. Ckaewrer ..
ALC: 14-ft. on Oalneavllle nlghwajr.I | &: 11on..JulJ! 2 & 3 MEIII I Call wroth, weer,Tanner Defendant., Case No.Order ve.
1 wood batto.. 7941,
.aRond "ondltlon. SALE: J orir. a-e. ft ... .. I
Also of PmH / aeid ire (
U cona.
'yA ,..k. beat tn Eond"eel seater .ueed. but In perfwt l < tN 1 1 Mu11" tJ1 f I *.._.. BTATSS c.r .FLOHIW4 1.1
F' I' ,Kvlllns had to haw reerone.j. Cecil Tanner whoee reetdcnce and
seller .
CC at .! .t. I
apt. Jl I /
tabs Ih.m.T 1 .taph. 1 1TCH addreaa la lath Ord. AVP Co., FtLMwIm. .
of eprice.
Either both "
or half
WaahlagtontToo ,
.. KRASU3R r
B W. Hayen.FOR fRED .6
/Ls.: Bolus are required to appear on
\at. July Slat 1960 la the above named
,''01'o.lo Owner I-mom.. WllltnuVI. k BUNT: : 1'urn Aran W"",..840.1 IIJGDIS Court and ...._ wherein pl.lnllffk.
I... W. Wa.hlnlea St,. I Nra.I. L. Blmraone! 114 .1.r tp COtAR dlvorc.. euatody and eupport
lap 1.av; r Iron 8t. I of minor child Mradford County

l.t I WANTED Cannier from 111 10 *5 2J3/R/eJ'$ Telegraph ehall.f'I.: ': order- .
: 18. In next four "
.p price feet Cry.ta1 Zak a ,I year old. Permanent work. Alt; Plow Latest "March of Tim*" A"Sky' Wit...* my hand and official deal.
Atrk..Strong Ap. PIT Lo..U' crBroNw'l'1ua at Htarke Florida' thla June 17. 16IOFYICIAL *

alp : rd ''MOTtCE: AaybedC. ha.ln coieCO.. -Paint Pot SylnphoeywCauses tko. Limit" Cartooa AH *Clerk HAI,> at A. :J.Mid TKomae Court.Fy ; ., We have lots of other bargains: for you. Come get one of our special lists to
Sin.: : e 5t le contact Ovid IF Clerkrhaa .
IIlmm".. Haven
,. nOrlne' matt yoptlt...'" Seed. nth R/ ,vr. J. B. Price. I40H StOck.1 tf a News' It Heee 14.06 Guaranty do your 4th of July Shopping with. i'
.. al 6. ton Bt!. Ph. I-S444. Jas. L.lfe- Arlldtne.IsekeonvtJt.. YlorIAAtty' *.
''r"'nebl.:\ .T hif Dta n l Drs; oJ. for fit. '-IG 41 7-H I
r/p. a..al : FOR IIA LEt Utrawberrr plsnta'1' ..
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'Y Dave Fetsrman, Defendant case No. Court and caue.v"
I Court .and causewherein plaintiff ..
S. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. William !- Worthington Springs visited Mrs.l 1 seeks divorce. Bradford County Order.Telegraph In- Ordor' 4; Of. Pokllrotlon. An* 'Notice' To, Ss.ks ecraph divorre shall I1rarltor4 col'"

BROOKER *, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bailey: Eva Harrell and friend last week next four rliall, weekly publish. ,Issues this Aeinonn' STATM OF whose FLORIDA residenceand ,TOl' nest: tour. wCekiy publish I....thl.., .,..
and Mr. and Aids Farmer hand and oft.lal..alat Dave Feterman WitnessOrdeo my h"nII
daughter Barbara ; New Instrument Witness my address la unknown; at Stark.. .ne
end.Mrs. : 12 19BO Florid
By Iva Mre Lewis Mrs. Leon Frazier and Mr. and Earl Green and Mrs. Ernest j (OFFICIAL Btarke. Florida.REAL)this A.June J. Thomas, You are required the fo above appear nam.dCourt on (OFFICIAL, SEA,,,.)liii...j...,olftdo. II:

Mrs. C. B. William all of Plant Edwards attended the funeral As Clerk of said Court, July 17 and 1960 cause In, wherein. plaintiff By A" Clerk. "r J '

of their uncle at Arcadia Fri '" _. By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk.: seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph John Haven J. Crumb. ,. DoPUI";14
714In ,
-is t H.nd..on
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Birthday* Honored City.Mr. v, "W'. ,, Atty. for Plf ; shall publish this Order In ontal Etq
:> Avenue tIll
I* A. Fowler was honored on and Mrs. Nathan Tlllls of day.Mr. ., '< ,( 1"R-., ; I.'": rirrnK Court: -Bradford Connly,,' next four weekly is.u.m.Witness official sealatBtsrke .ttty for PIt. 1.ekloQI'ui. PI"",
and Mr E. J. Lewis and I ;jJ" 't my hand and I.il
Ills 68th and Claude Prescott on Trilby visited Mr. end Mrs. O. W. ';. Ii, ', Florida In this Juno 1950.
two children Mis Iva Mae Lewi ', .'r?' ''';'> ''' .,(, Plaintiff. ".. Vernnn Florida 1. elrie
Ms 23rd. birthday anniversary Barry a tow day last week. Allen Lewis, Ernest .. ,' .... .""I..'. .>.t"'(" i##....... j Aaron Aaron Defendant.. Caso No. 7854 (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) of A. aald J, Thomas Court., Pini.lda. In (Chancery"srI, 5'udr.p:'
Sunday at the home of Mr. and and Douglaswere :; "{ Order Of Pobllpntlon And Motive To A. Clerk John F.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Faulkner .iJr'T ft.i. Hack ''
; 1 Clerk.
Crosby Deputy ''
Haven ,
I i
By ,
Mr*. L. A. Fowler with a large had as their guests this week Mr. dinner guest of. Mr. and \..,,, .,> (!\\i' 'iI; J.; "Ill' <, ASS... NTATH OF PI.OHIUA and Tel A. J. Thomas, Jr., Starke. Florida., Hack not"nd..n. ".... Nil.I', 1110
.i If, :- / Vernon residence Of .. II
Lewis .
Mrs. Malcolm .
delicious dinner. at Brooklyn ;"J ,:' ,'J. 1rk"t;: Atty. for fit 8-16 4t 7I. -( h. .
address !
: Faulkner' brother and slster-ln- Lake .,' I 'l'; /> I, on sr-irs:: : Cr9uI op F
Sunday.Mr. to
You are required appear flack
Those present to enjoy this occasion law of :Miami. and Mr. B. G. Miller of JI! '& July 14 1950 In tho above nam..dCourt CircuIt Conrt. Bradford Coooty,' address I. '. Whnse :; :nt''
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with them were Mr. and I : /'fl.1('),., and caune, wherein plaintiff Floridal In Ckanrery.Robert air*. Long IslAnd it N.By 'h. HI,..::
Jacksonville visited her mother B Doeblln, Plaintiff, va Helen '.
Fish You
seeks divorce. Yort,
Fry "; are
Mrs. L. A. Fowler F. S. Fowler "1 r't H4 I rl t."rho'H'.re.It.: rO"ulr..4 to
Mrs. Lottie Mr*. Lottie Edward, last week- :' '" egraph shall Mae .Doeblln Defendant Case July n. 1950, In the .p....
Edward entertained 1' ) :t"I. .
No. 7936.Order Coutt abet5
I four Isftuea.Witness1
Mm. Doshla Preacott Mr. and ,,,.. next weekly and .
\ cause k
I. ",
a group of relatives on the end. Mr. Miller baa been hon- # my hasd and official soal Of ..11..4.. Notice To ...k. divorce. 'h.r.ln ,\\oj
Mr Claude Prescott Mr. and Htnrke, Juno XI 0. I960.OFFICIAL _.. STATK OF FLORIDA Tot ra.tord Coun"
at Ap
orably discharged from the U.S. egraph shah ",
:Mr Orea Prescott and familyall banks of Santa Fe River Saturday ( SB: aLhl.: A J. Thomas, Helen Ma. Doeblln, whose. residence. next four. Weekly. 'publish .I' 0....
with a fish fry. Those who Navy. I As Clerk: of said. Court. and addreea IK "Sunny Dip", Higher Wltn. my hal, is.u.
Brooker: Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 1 Rv Haven Clerk.. : Wheatley Farm Pacombe Bridge, at and
enjoyed and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams of Crosby Deputy Starke. Florida. alllrlai
Fowler and family of Starke the picnic were Mr. H O Brown Stark., Florida. Eater Devon EnglandxYou (OFFICIAL IEAI.'hl.Jun. III
Mr. and -Mrs. O. E. Fowler and Mrs. F. M. Norman Sr., Mr. and Jacksonville visited her :'Atty. for PIt. 6-tS 4t T-U aro required to appear on .A. Clerk) A. J.
Mrs. Milton Norman and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave perenta'i "" ; July 17. 1950 In the above named. Haven Crosby! of, aa 14 c,
Kenneth of Jacksonville; Mrs. E. In Circuit ('o.rlflradlord. Conn y. Court and caune. wherein plaintiff T. Frank IAnlrurn, n.pul, C,.
Russell Norman of Vanderbuilt; weekend.__ ___ KlorIJa' In (honrrrr.ISllsabeth. seeks. divorce. Bradford. County Telegraph Atty.. for I'lf. St.rke, rt,
Mr. and Mr. Eugene Kins ana Mr*. wilDUr h. TUrner 01 UBKC Davla Clarke, Plaintiff : publish this Order In t'll _
u.a.e -
vs JoHn Clarke Defendant. CameNo. next Issues.Witness I. (''-'..
FREE children of Worth Ingt oh Springs; Butler visited Miss Iva Mae Lewis : 7966Onlor my hand and official .seal. Fionidal'' 'i.Vkr..1t..lIo. '' t,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edward Saturday. ; Of Pnhllmtlon And No"". ToAvvreir. at-Hfnrke, Florida June R I960OFFICIAL Enid Melier
dhl. Harklni .
Thomas PI.
Mrs. '. $ HTA1K OK KIOHII "ot ( A. J l

For FREE Removal' and son 't>f Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harlan Smith and 'ardpiirk"" D.r.n4.
Prompt ; John Clark. whose resldencs and Aa Clerk rf sattt Court. Case Nn. 7940. ...
Leroy Hallbrook and daughter of Hester Thomas visited Mra. C. L. ;,"- .r'2.1.J. 1468 East Avenue. Now By HaVen Crosby Deputy Clerk Ordor Of r..bll..nn.
of Dead, Crippled, & Worth. Atkinson Friday afternoon.Mr. ____ ; ;; V t i iYou I Ray Helden, Selrten Building, Daytona A.p_.. "'r"',.: 0" Set \.....
Augusta. Ga.;' Mr. and Mrs. B. are required to appear on Beach. Florida.. "1.01110.
less Cattle Horses Mules, O. Miller of Jacksonville; Mr*. I and Mr*. H. H. Lewis of July 14, leSs In the above named Atty.. for Plf. e-I8' 4t 7-7 and addr.MarHkl"8.. > &'ho.. rou
Starke visited :Mr. and Mr. N. C. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Uellalre._.. New York huh lit
& Hoga Mabel Ellis of Augusta Ga.; and seeks divorce and restoration of In CIrcuit Conrt. Bradford C..t,. YOU are
Mott Tuesday evening. maiden name, Bradford County Tel.egrsph reqlllrNI to ap ...
Harry Edwards of Brooker. I Florida In ffcaocery. .Yul! 17. 11160. In the
Call 132, StarkeWE shall publish this Order In rteorge Van Kelson Plaintiff. vs. Court Snd'.ause, ahy II
Mr Hershel and children -
We Layfleld nose four we<*klv INRUCB I Paula Van Relsen Defendant, Case seeks divorce. wher"ln PIli'
ALWAYS COME! are sorry to report that Mrs. of Gainesville and Mra. ,Edgar Witness my hand and official seal No. 7948 errraph shall Bradford, C'un'l1'
.., Vera Allen I* not getting along Wilkinson at Ht.rke! Florida this June it, 1050 Order Of Pnkllcntlon And Notice To next four Weekly I'lIblloh !this 014..
of. Stark. vlsUtd loue.
(OFFICIAL-KAL. ) A. J. Thomas. Appear. .'ATM OF FLORID TO.
Florida Renderers good and Is back to the hospitalat All Clerk of said my loltnd aol oll\lt\
their parents. Mr, and Mrs. N. C. Court Paula Van Kelnen whoso residence at Rtiirke'P'lorIda, !
Orlando. We wish\ her a speedy,! By Haven. Crosby, Deputy Clerk and address i In Teylfhfer Laan tlA (OFFICIAL SEAL thlmju"1. i l4j'
afternoon of last )
Thursday A.
INC. T Frank I.nndrum: etarko, Florida Hu Henhelm. Holland A. ,
recovery.Mr. /week. Atty, for Plf __ 8-23 41 7-14 You are required to appear' on By. Haven Cro.by Clerk, "r ..14 Ct.
and Mr*. Tom Edward of \- -' ,July 17 1(60, In the above named T. Frank Landrum ,1111 CJ
: Mr and Mrs; E. C. Lewis' are In Circuit Co.... Bradford! Coast 'Court and cause wherein. plaintiff Atty. fur Pit. Stark.. p..,
spending, this week wil.h'tbelr Florida I. Ckane.rY.Wilma seeks. divorce. Bradford County Telegraph t-1I1t
Miller Ander-on.. Plaintiff, shall publish. this Order. -
daughter and son-in-law Mr. and v.. Yuel. In I. Circuit "0."'. .
f AndersonDefendant." .I next four weekly Issues.Witness OrutfM C,
FORD TRACTORS now coming worked by the tractor. The farmer Fleridsi I.
Cans No. .701)9) ., Chancery.
Mr*. Paul Faulkner of. Starke my hand and official' seal
sflt the assembly lines at the Ford la the picture Is recording hours ot Order Of Poblli-atUn And Wetlf* To at Starke! Florida, this Juno 15. 1960 Raymond Rons C..iin.| jr, ., ,
and relatives In,Pine Level l section.Mr. App_.. STATB OF FLORIDA.. (OFFICIAL 8EAL) ,, A. J. Thomas, tI"'. va. Johnnie Mae. 1.rl.root;7
Highland Park Michlgan.'Planf are tractor operation for use in deter- i Una" Defendant
Yuel C. Anderson whose residence Cass No
As Clerk
of said
and' Mrs. J. E.. Hardy and equipped with the new Proof-Meter, mining his farming costs. In the and addrenn la 1SO4V Madison Street By Haven Crosby, Deputy Court.Clerk Order Of P.kll".tl.,. A.d \7111....,,
daughters\ Janet'and Jayne ofStark. hand Madlaon Wlnconnln: 'T. Frank Ijindrum, Florida Appear. TATK] tip Fl.tllllOi
n. instrument which "takes the lower right corner is an enlarged 8t.rk.-:1 Johnnie. Mae
., visited Mr.' and 'Mrs. 0. fuesswork out of tractor operation.* close-up of the Proof-Meter .Yu iutr ipso' required, In the to above appeal named on Atty' for Plf. ...:.--' 4t 74In so residence. Jefferson,Is unknown Coilh0: ,.

I W. Barry Sunday.Mr. Actually five Instruments In ''one which Dearborn Motor official Court and oauae wherein plaintiff You aro required to 'P
\. say .Heeka divorce and roetoratlon of Circuit Conrt. Bradford] C....,, July 10. 1960,, In the .bow?
.} and Mra. R. F. Gano' ami the Proof-Meter shows engine speed, i* the first Instrument of Its kindto maiden name Bradford County Telegraph Florida In Cknncrry.Ray I Court and cause, wh.peln |5T
\ Palmer, Jr., Plaintiff, Nina
little grandson. Ray, visited Mr. tractor speed, power take-off speed, be mad. available on a farm next. four Shall weekly publish. Issues this. Order In Palmer. Defendant. Case No.'fl.'7941. egraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford. this Couil t

and :Mrs. M. M. Gano of dain..- salt pulley speed and total hoars : tractor. 'Wlrneesomy. hand and offll'lal..1. Order Of. Pnkllratlon And NotlcoTo next four weekly. Issues. Ort"
__.e>-.-.------- at Starke, June 11 1960. Appear. STATK Oil' FLORIDA TO, WItness mv hand and .
( rI8\1"i.bl.;;\ : A. J. Thomas, Nina. Palmer, w1I..".' residence Is Itt -Starke.Florl.te.ithl., Jun.t offld..
V) N I. ('Irrnlt ('0.... In ... F...' Bradford A. Clerk of said Court. 622 Oakland Avenuo, Charlotte, tOFFlChAI SEAL) A J 7h.",
vllle Sunday.Mr. .. ('00.'". Florida* In Coane.ry By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk.Carton North CarolinaYou ;: All Clerk of emit' ....
and Mrs. of li.al.el] Wllehlm Plaintiff ""'Brad, R. Harper, 800 W. University. ; are required! to appear on By Haven Crosby, D.pu' Cit
Connely July 17 I960. In the above named.
ford PlRHttrti, Ino, a corporation Avenue, ( Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. org-anlicd and existing-under law' Atty. for Fl?. :*. '-13 4t 7-14

Kelley of Ziff Section visited Miss of Nollro the Stat..f SpecIal irf Florida Mast,Defendant..'. Solo In Clreolt C.-.-.to Bradford Coootr,
only the FORD TRACTOR has the Mary Mott Sunday. while Mr*. Notice !la h r.bylv n that under Florldai In Chnnrory.Stanley .
\YJtltzlinl Fred Walden and daughter of and* by virtue I of a Final Decree. : William Carter, Plaintiff FOR; YOUR REQUIREMENTS:
made and entered on th. lint day vs PatriciaLouellen Olrard Bul- CAS
Wtlwood\ visited her Saturday.Mrs. of June, A. O., 1960 by the Honorable lock Carter' Defendant. Case No.

Fred Walden and childrenof Circuit A Court Z. AdklnH, In and Juda-e for FTadford of the Order 7931. Of _..II..fl.. And ,TTotleo. Toopear //. Pays To Trade il/i ,Slade t
-PROOF-METER oj Wildwood visited her parents County, 'In Chancery. In favor of .< STATK' OF FLORIDa .TOl
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Isabell' I Wllhem a. plaintiff, and a- Patricia,. Ix>uellen Olrard: Bullock '
Kelley last S-alnnt Bradford Plastics, Ino. a corporation Carter, whose realdence and address PROPANE F GA'SC
week. orsanlse and exlHtlnsr un Is unknown .
DEFENSE-' Earl Cook der the lawa of the State of Florida. You are required to>> appear on dAS AppliancesSJDE'
Jftw Standard Eqolpaunt/ .n Cvtry Htw ford Traitor QM2c of Norfolk as defendant, the underpinned. a. .,July 10 1960 In tile above named '. ,
Va.. visited his mother Mrs. Ce- Special Mauler In Chancery, will of. Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff "

BUY ON PROOF. Instead of Promises! Your Auto needs Protec- cil Moore. last weekend. fer Mddpr for Hale for cash and sell befor.. to the the highest Mouth seeks dlvorco shall publish Bradford tills County Order Telegraph In- GAS COMPANY Inc.

G W. Hazen Front Door .
and gramlaughter of the Courthntiae at next four weekly Issues ,
tion. Investigate Comprehensive Mary Francis Starke Bradford County,, Florida! Witness mv hand and offl<'l"I..1
Why guess about tractor performance-bejon you buyor Hazen visited rolatlves between the legal hour of sale on at Starke Florida, this ,Jun. 7. I960 E. Calf St.
tjltr ? Now and Collision Insurance In Plant City last week.. Monday, July 3rd, 1950 all of the (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thntnaa.An Starke. Da.O.ALVAREZ&SON .
you buy guesswork is no longer necessary! Mr. and Mrs. L. 1. equity rlvht. title and IntereHt of Clerk. of said Court
The new Ford Tractor Proof-Meter showl ptrjormante before it's too Parker anddaughters the paid defendants In and to the By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk. .
attended church services following described property situate T Frank Landrum. Star ., Florida.
fffititmty and economy right before ate. at Pine Level Sunday night. lying and being In Bradford Atty. for Plf. 8.9 4t o-ao
County Florida to-wit: All the.
your eyes on t-3 I cakliooard. It will Doyle Hazen of Jacksonville oflork and enolpmrnt of Bradford In' Circuit ('.....f. Bradford Connty. TLANSFEI1AN D
this visited his Mr. ..I......... I..... lovoted. l. .Hlorke Florida In CIo......". '
pay you to see Proof-Meier parent and ,Mrs.R. Florida. Nathaniel P. Harad 'Plaintiff I va STORAqE caVe
TODAY! Only the Ford Tractor,itt! Charley} E. Johns E. Hazen last week. A. J Thomas Jr, Bertha B. Mathers Barad.Deiend'lint.
We are glad. to that Mrs. an Special! Master In Chnncery. Cane No. 7918. 'F
report John J. Hendernon .Ia<'knnnvllle, Order Of Publication. AsS Notice ToAepror. -- \ local l lSt
Agency H. E. Stokes and Mrs. Edgar Florida, Attorney for Plaintiff STATH OF FLORIDA TOl
EHik 6-U Inc. much
EQUIPMENT s are better and are ..
WfffffDIXIE Phone 13 STARKE FLA. nome from the hospital.. In (.trvult .,..;;:-Bradford;, C..t,.. Marks Avenue.and addresn Hall .B,, .Is 105 St. F'- l1y'z distant
Florida I. ( .......... ,. Apartment :! : in I'.. 8.
St. South ,Gainesville!, Fta.,. ....... '.. Mr. and :prrs. T. W. Markey at- :..R.HTyTrl... Plaintiff, vn. Vlralnl You Brooklyn are required* New.York. to: appear. on -
HP170A .._ tended the Ooodell-Jordan wedding Defendant. Ca. No.Order July 17. 19SO in the above named ffiS!) EXCELLENT
.. .." at Woodlawn 'its) Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff
,,, Baptist churchIn Of Publication And Notice To seeks divorce. Bradford 7
I- Representing THB:TRAVCLEM, Harttore1 Jacksonville Sunday. '.-.. ,Ml, 'A'IH OF FLOHlnA Tot shall publish 'this County Order Telearaph In STORAGEFACILITIB3
Mr. Clara May Virginia R Tyler whose reeldencoand next four weekly Issues. _
-. Bishop and address !ii Route 11. Boa Witness 1
--- U. 14 my hand and official seal
little son Marlon Rav. and Richmond Virginia: .Starke Florida, tbts June 14, 1960 ,,, _i_.
I'daughter( Rosa Mary, ofMoblle. You are required. to appear on toxciAi. SEAA.. J Thomas,
I July 84. 1860 In the above named An Cleric of said Court. Agents For _
.. are spending, a few days this Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Wy Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
Never R-U-Y Before You T'R-Y week with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. eeeka divorce. Bradford County Tel Ray Selden, Pelden .Building: ,. Day DelcherBros.
egraph shall publish this Order ,In ton a Beach Florida. A See! us first!
Markey. next four weekly laeuee Alt.,:. for Plf. I-II 4t 7I. -"
Billy Rimes Wltnena my hand and official seal .
I and Herbert Harp at Htarke, Florida, this June 17 181.0 Clrcolt ('...... Bradford Coootr. .
enjoyed a visit at Winter Haven (OFrJCIAL : .) A. J. Thomas. Plorldni ,. <............ I
and Silver Springs last week. Clerk of said Court.: Loreno Lee Peterman. Plaintiff V r1.I .
ETZERT'SUPER By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Mr. and Mr. T. W. Markey I Chne. K. Steen, (luaranty Life.

and Mr. and Mra. J. P. aiter. Atty.nulldlna' for. Pit.Jackionvllle, Florida. I
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were In Alachua rlday afternoOn _- .-

STORESYour Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of New Floridal* rirffvlt!.Court.(......Bradford.rJ'. Cowaty./

RIver' visited relatives here Fri.. Thomas S Benson Plaintiff "..
day afternoon.Mr. Ruth ft: Benson, Defendant.. Ca.

and Mrs. Guy Plnholster Jr,, 0.No.....*794)Ol Pa......<|oo And Motive To HAVE YOU TRIED
and children of Jacksonville visi. STATE OF FLORIDA Tot .
Rutb 8 Benson who.. residenceand .
ted Mra. Rosa Plnholster last addreaa' I I. flOS 39th Place Hy- ,
Moneys 'Worth
Your \
Money .Back! weekend. attnvllle, Maryland

THESE MANY MORE GROCERY MEAT SPECIALS SEE tAX PAPERS Mrs. R. F Hargraves .and daugh., ,July.Ton 14 are 1950 required, In the to ab
PRICES Court and .
GOOD ter cause wherein plaintiff
THROUGH Lucy. and Mrs.
Tom "
JULY 1.-19SO Klrby ... ". diva.".. Bradford County Tel-
of La Crosse attended service graph.; shall publlah this Order. in .

I' held here at the Baptist church I next Witness four my weekly hand iHuea and official. neat. '

! .J Sunday night. at Htarke, Florida I this June 17. 160 .
% Mr. and Mrs. M. (OFFICIAL REAL: A. 3. Thomas,
$ 6J) Tllghman Aa Clerk of Raid Court.
a and children of Gainesville visited By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk. 1 JETKILL
her Attyj lor Pit. e-u 4t 7-14
parents, Mr.. and Mrs. S. M.

Fla. Dressed & Drawn Western Beef .* i Mott. Friday. Florida!. ClrBlt In C.-.f.;: .. C...,,, *

, Mr. Veda Pate Miss Geneva Fred Naaalf I Plaintiff Caaarvry.va Sadie Asad -0 .
LB. Stokes. Mrs. N. G. Stokes and I Namilf Defendant.: Case Ni>, 79IS7
Mrs.\ J. P. Baxter Order Of Pakll<.. T. .W
Idb were In Gainesville A._.. STATE OF FLORIDA Tol n, -
Hens 39c chopping Saturday. Hailte A...ad Naaelf. ...h".. residence Bottled In Florida By Florida
Steak Roast 49cWISCONSIN Mrs. Leslie and addr.... I. .0 Aneburjr Street,
or Green and son, Lawrence, Ma...achneetts: .
Stanley.. were at Daytona Beach I You are required to appear on People For Florida Bugs
Friday. July 14. I960, In the above named .
WESTERN, FIRST CUT Court and caune, wherein plaintiff .
Earl Green and daughters Shirley seek* divorce. Bradford County Tel- '

1 and Linda Gale were at Maeclenny next evraphahall four publlah thla' Order In :. Yes,, sir, folks] JET KILL Is especially prepared to. rid your.home ot'those
Pork lb. weekly laauea.
CKop 39c
. Cheddar -
Cheese, lb. *. 39c on business Wednesday. Witness my hand and oflll'lal..al
After at Btarke. 'i'1aiJ"I. June 12 i960 strong vigorous' hard to kill Southern bugs. Make no mlst keo-- This ain't
Tenderized-8-14 lb. Average.wt. spending several daYI (OFFICIAL, A. J. Thomao.. "
Pure Creamery Roll with Mr. and Mr. O. W .:Barry, By -Haven. Aa Crosby.Clerk Deputy of mail Clerk.Court Yankee'InSecticide for weak run down,:Yankee Bugs. "" -n
Mr. and
Mra. I .
Dempey Tucker and I Ally lot Pit. '
-M 4t 7-14 .
two children Beverly and .- .
Ham Ib' 59c In Cliwwrt Coo: .
Brodror C..t .
Butter f/ S5ct returned to their home In WIl- FlorMai I. <'.._... '
lacoochee Ga Core Jon., Plaintiff. .. Wlllfe '
J last Friday after v '* a
noon. Jon.. rtefendant Ca.. No. 7t6S '. Strictly a_Household SprajrWill Not Stafn J ;
Order. Of ...Ifl... And lOI.f_ T. .

I Mrs. Nona Boykln of Dad city, WIllie A._..Jonee STATB...ho.OF. FLORIDA realdence and.1'.. .>.| Non-Injurious trt Humana' ,0 Does Not Contain 1T.l>.T.

or Pepsi-Cola pent last Tuesday night with .dd.... la 111 Court Street West, ,. "

her uncle ,and aunt.:,Mr. and Mr. Cincinnati.Ton ejeteqalred''Ohio* to_ appear" on In Handy-Tint and Quart.Sizes

O. W. Barry. July le. UIO. in iia. above named ; ..
6 Bottle Carton & VEGETABLES: Mr. and Mr*. O. W. Barry en-,I -a .. ". .. '. .

I 9c ,. toyed the weekend at Daytona '"" 'I' .

(PIes Deposit or Exchange) I PHONE 218, ''

Edwards accompanied\ COLONIAL .' .

16'OL Cans M Grath's Famous his, brotnev-In-Uw.to him home at Billy Salt O. Lake Mil.ler % WILL. LAST FOR. MONThS'& MONTHS-

Pork "& Beans 3 for 25cWILSON'S LEMONS City.Mr.Utah and Mrs.. this Charles week. Rabbit Of :FLORIST ,BUY THE- \BEST- BUY: ..,'

Jacksonville visited her mother. .

ADVANCE BRAND 49 Mrs. H. H. Howard last weekend., -
doz..Sbortening FLOWERS

/3 lb. pkg. 49c THOMPSON Employees Drop In Government Reported "!FOJt ALL OCCASIONS JET: KILL :: .,

'Moplco Sweet Mixed Seedless Grapes lb. 29c said Th today Civil that Service employment Commission by the
Federal Government at the end of

Pickles, 16 oz. jar 15c April totaled 147.284 2.090.373.temporary Thia..worker included DISH GARDENSPOTTB21T: I Guaranteed To,Kill. Household! Pests or Your Money Back .

employed by the Commerce Department .

Carrots t .
46 oz. Can Vitality bch------h in taking. the ..enau.a.TI11.e ON SALE AT FOLLOWING STARKE STORES: ,
was a decrease of 023 per* POTTED PLANTS

.sons during the month, the commission Sistrunk Feed & Seed Co. Canova DrugStore

Orange Ad - no 19c Tomatoes clu said.$ FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE .Darby's ,Store Cook's Grocery I
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D. B. Lang are visiting ,relatlver I which Is older than our 130yearold In Clrralt : :. Hr 4f.l>4 Co.. near Lasts I 1 t fc a.WF.Hauler I' vIne. Vlr.lnla: at NInrNe. Rrld.lbL Juna 1I0U.
PINE Long Branch Besides t7f a
LEVEL Cemetery. M. .. ,
Hhlold Plaintiff v TOil are required tl pDSar nn tOll'lI'lCIAL MEAL) A. I. lomae
We understand that Han and his father and mother, Le- ltIola C. 8hl.ld., Defendant. July l/. 1160. In the above nam.4 Aa Clerk of sold Cour0.Court
Or Mrs H. M.' Enigre Carter net.A.I.o .I r.( No. T9BO.Or vir-I and ecu.e, wherein ptalntltt Ay Raven Crosby, Depltr Clerk.seek. .
H McRaeA are on the sick roy survived by two brothers, !
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r Of P>fcllatl A ad 101. I 4 r" Aradrord County Tel-1 Jeuph K. Skipper I23
that our. sister Mr*. Uule I three slaters, and a number of *.._-. KTArn ov ri.onu shall DIhll.h thus (,... In IIdlne. Jack..nville, rlorldt'l
large crowd Unattending the Strickland lent too well and can't uncles aunts, cousins'and friends Vlrvlnla. C Hlil: .IJ., who. r...ld.nc. n.., tour weekly. I..u.. .. .AI4". for '-11 ,

'Ti revival at Pine Level Baptist walk as she should for a few daysShe's who will millS him greatly. KeyrMcCabe __ -I "
1 church, of which the Rev. W. staying with her daughterCallte Funeral Home was In
likall Hall Is pastor. Dinner will be g. at Klngsley Lake, right now charge o'(' arrangement We extend
Jake Wilkinson la recuperating our to the bereaved
spread at the church Sunday. sympathy WAN&L7iIIIJ/
tilt Church! At The Tabernacle public Is Invited. nicely from his recent operation.Our .I family ,
Sunday school here at the There was a working at Long
Fear" will be the The meeting with the Toccoa Mrs. E. E. Balalnger and daughter Mission Station la on the Increase Branch church June 17 on, 'we
jut or Fails Trio was held Tuesday I Betty returned to their home out f I'Ii-
again. We
these little
topic Sunday are so glad presume the church building
sermon night at the Tabernacle, and Iin Cedar Rapids Ia. Saturday
ff children
First Baptist can attend, and also some Our mother, Mrs. Belt, Is slowly
log j the though not scheduled as a candle following a visit here and In Lake of the mothers who haven't beer Improving in health--she Insistson '
!.h of Starke. The choir, dl.I light service half of the meeting City and Jacksonville 'with rela-I present lately are able to come assisting us with some of the TRfJ
|,I Mrs Lu ile Green, willIJclal went forward under candle \light tives.We now. We do wish that all 'who' chores: shelling peas peeling tomatoes : ::::==
music and Mrs. Mona:! power. The blessings of the rain, are glad to have Mrs. Irene are i near enough would attend. and thus assisting In the n J J
L at the organ. Fol- and of the music and testimonieswere Boas with us again after aeveralmonths' I I We were called to Middleburg canning. And the pressure, of h I
will be ordinancee very real to all. The speaker absence on a visit with, June 14 to conduct the funeral' canning Is why We haven't sent .scar-- .- a"vr
L the sermon the Hendtm Brown, la field evan her son-in-law and daughter, Mr., services for Leroy Ellla Hatcher \In any news notes lately + .
| Lord's Supper will be ob- gelist and representative of Toc- and Mr. O. W. Jackson In 2yearmonth.. old son of 1\lr.} I
coa Bible Institute and he broughta Charleston, S. C. and Mrs. Avner Hatcher. Sinn CIU'RCIf OF GOO '
*& evening! the pastor be- > wonderful message from Psalm Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Gen birth the child had been an Invalid 8th & St. Clair Sta. r- I\ Trade those worn tires NOW'I ''
nday for hotngs 51. eva Is spending this Week with and was unable to walk. The Sunday School 10 a.m. ;
of messages I For Safer
literles Studies for In spite of the Inclemency of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert funeral was In the Middleburg Sunday Morning Worship 11 ..m Summer Driving :
: "Short the weather many people came Myrlck MethodtM- church a very beautiful Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.mY
Service.." Thl. Sunday,1pm from nearby communities to attend MlalM'S Hazel and Vonnie I and very old church, and. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m
,BviouUi "Adam quartette Ate will an lng Apple.and this meeting and hear. theseyoung ford of Hellbronn Springs,.Craw.were burial was In M.ddleburgCemetery: v I Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m ; Ride on '

duo will lead Insloging people. dinner guests of Misses Shirley

.pblle eee .-suggested organ of hymns by and the gospel con day The;at July next the 14th Tabernacle special when service the is for'Southeastern scheduled Fri.-- children and Mr.Gwendolyn and of Mrs.Miami J. McRae W.and Groover Mr.Sunday.and and II jl At V AREZ' STORE Established Men's th8j: (IIII IIIIHear I I GOOD1'iEA v i

.atlon.Lday Bible School Gospel Teamof Mrs. R. C. Groover of Brooker a
school la at 9:45:
for all dur- Birmingham, Ala, Is expected. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. "' ;
fwlth ample room
Ihot weather. Training Un- Many of the Tabernacle youth M. McRae and family Saturday. ,':rt#I'/
J at 6:45: p,m. for dlaJion group are expecting to attend the Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of r (.D e ","
gather and fellowship. young people's conference at Brooker spent Monday night with This Bible Message At 8 P.M."Stray .' b
Swan Lake, Melrose, June 30th. their aon-tn-law and daughter,
dweek service, with the pea Mr. and Mrs.. '
4th.CHURCH. Paul Faulkner.
leading In "Studlee In RevIon July Miss Eloise Dobbs of Starke was Sfseep"By F'g SUPEREUSHIITNTIRlMTERMS :
Is held OF'JESUS CHRIST the Sunday guest of little Miss
Kmr at 7.30.I ; Geraldine Fender.
cordial Invitation Is extendla Church of Mr. and Mrs.' Britton Alvarei AS LOW AS 50c A WEEK "
The Jesus.Chrlat of
Join the many whofchlp Rev..J. T. Creel of who will be .
all to the, LatJtar Day Saints (Mormon and children have returned home ,. Tampa, ; v.. _.
regularly at the First after a visit with relatives In at both services ;
ftlit church of Starke Church) holds services each Sunday preaching; Sunday.
,' In the USO building on North
Temple Avenue as follows: and Mrs Earl Goodman and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton :
10.OO: a.m.: Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs all Bob Pastor GOOD/VCAR Service Center
[ICK ,RELIEF "from 8:30 p.m.: Sacrament service. of Starke were ,visiting the A. J. Gray, TIRE?
I RICKLY HEAT attend The. .public all.services.PENTECOSTAL. is cordially. invited Ic Mrs. B.Sunday.M. Myrick of Gainesville Where Visitor Feel Like Home folk,. State Road 200- (U.S. 301)) at South City Limits Starke. Florida.
Seeber D. Goodman Owner. :
prlckl, II.at cad diaper. 'yeah'par was the Sunday guest of/

...wUb." f.LYCOJIOIIOL.Medlo..ted.. fl ln, 'h...klnnru. a.M. HOLINESS Mrs., Hoot. Myrick.A .
.UMd by 4ootoT W >*>r>. 10th St. and Temple Ave. group of young people from
,tar .1 minor akin Irrlt.Uon.. Bold Pine Level, Starke, and Hellbronn t
illiti.Wash mon.y-b.elt .n caroms Sunday School 9.43: a. m.; MornIng
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Springs enjoyed an Ice cream supper .
at the home of Arley Mc 'tl PERFORMANCE !
7:00 NEW
YCO-BO-ROL welcome.Services : p. m. Everyone Rae Thursday night of last week. NEW ECONOMY "

Mrs H. M. McRae returned ...
home Saturday after a visit with I .. ......,. ) .
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall In Jack-. / r. .;
Rev.. Lewis ,D., Haines Pastor sonville.Mr. : 'I ;; I... IW NEW P POWER
and Mrs. O. W. McRae were ., .... .. ..uJr

IT BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke Mr visiting Midway and Mrs.Sunday.Mrs.McRae's N. A. Conner parents, at, a:.491''Ii ,", I f ,,,._ //a ..saw I-"I ,. ",, .,. 1\1"..'

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Mr. and Mrs. Lester Halt all of .
11:00: a.m.. Subject: "Faith or Fear" Starke, were visiting Mrs. Horns
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I B***** .*S pAstaire SSBB- a _- -- Humphrey ......... ... .. 6" SHercules I Rites Wednesday

And Rogers State Air 'Tour Will Conduct Junior Legion Team Defeats Gainesville; ......... .... .... 6 Safety Measures

I Ocala On 4th Of July At Oklawaha Alvarez ................. ...... 5 6 For D. W. Martin: Deemed
Co-star In New At Keystone Park Tent Revival HereAn Plays "* i iti 'u : Legion ...._......?..-.......... T Nee,
3rd Stacks ,nW Next Tuesday will be a Dig day i National Guard ..........2 10 Douglas Wlllard Martin, 17, A new state
Florida July A fighting pulled ,
Film At Monday, Baseball died Saturday Jun.-':., in a Jacksonville lafety
., from behind to defeat a highly for the Junior Legion The two games; that were rain- aUnr on $20,000
bospltal following brief
A Hit Parade of seven nejv" songs Flyer from all over_ Florida, rated Gainesville club 9-7 In tho players when Coach Herb Thomastakes ed out on June IT (Legion vs SMS born a tate treasury hili a
for an He wan May 24,
and one old favorite herald the reunion comprising the State Air Tour, American Legion Junior\ Baseball his team to Welrsdale and Alvare v* Humphreys) will illness. Ized by the Flortda btl.
of Fred ABtalre and Ginger will atop over at Keystone Airparkon conference game played in, Gaines "Old-Fashioned Fourth of July be played off tonight (Friday). 1933 In Minneapolis, Minn listening; to a report
Roger in M-G-M's eagerly-awalt- Monday July 3. This tour lean ville Tuesday afternoon. : Picnic" which Is being sponsoredby second halt of I Beside his parents, Mr. and tlonal Safety :

ed new musical, "The Barkleys of annual feature of the Florida Although the Post 58 boys drew the Lake Weir American Legion The ichedule announced Jhe aa follows Mrs Walter E. :Martin of Route 1, persons Were counc0b kill l] ; !
Broadway" which bring the famous Air Pilot Association.The first blood In. .tha initial frame, Post. the season Is Starke, he 1* survived by-four highways through ( It
stars together again for their Air Tour Is scheduled to Post IS came right back..to score I The program will begin with a : 'brothers, Kenneth, of'J.ckllOnv11le. year than 1
tenth co-starring picture, and their leave'Orlando at 9 a.m. Monday five run of their own. Starke baseball game between the Starke Saturday. July 1: Lawtey vs and Donald, Clifford, and Ralph year before the a

first In Technicolor. The laugh- and arrive at the Keystone Airpark trailed until the sixth inning when Club and the Ocala Junior Legion Alvarez' ; SMS vs National Guard; I all of Starke. Further, the
filled story of two temperamental about 10 a.m. Billy Dansby Harold Davis, and Team at 10 A.M. at Ooklawaha. Monday, July 3: Legion VII Hum Funeral services were held In Instructed to hlgh'tf
stage stars comes to the Florida will leave the Delano Thomas. scored to help close Next there will be free motorboat phreys; National Guard va Hercules atop 11I0
here Sunday and The air visitors I the : rides, boat races and swimming at ; 'the Church .of God Wednesday Ing more than 60-l11iJo
Theatre screen I gap I
field at 2:30: p.m. for a stop over Tne afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev.R. (
Monday. With Starke still needing three I Legion Beach at Lake Weir I Friday. July Ts: SillS vs Hercules the daytime or
The new songs/ written by Harry at New Smyrna.Don. Stremmel (Flannel I I rune to tie Gainesville begun to go highlight of the program will be a : ; National Guard v* Lawtey; .. S. Williams and Rev. Homer give them ?i,
Warren and Ira Gershwin, offer Secretary down under the pitching of Jack big dinner of barbecued chicken : Saturday, ,July 8: SMS vs Law-I Swindall officiating Intermentwas warning Bl
the stars a wide variety of song Mouth Don In Zack Mosley'scartoon Hazen and the batting of the local I with all trimmings.. The day tey: National Guard vs Alvarez; In Crosby Lake .Cemetery catches you doing 75 Jj.

and dance numbers. Together they "Smiling Jack") and near- team. Five run were collected In will end with a dance Tuesday : Monday July 10:_ Hercules vs |under the direction. of DeWitt C. In daytime or 63 at
sing and dance to "Swing Trot" a ly all the well known pilots, aviation the 7th to give Starke ,a two-run night at the Lake Weir Post Home. Humphreys; National Guard vs I Jones. charge will be
modern swingy ballroom number enthusiast and official of, lead. It Is expected that many Legion- Legion' rerkltJII

created by Astaire; "Bouncln" the the State will be with this AJr! Scoring for Post 66 were Harold alres from Starke, together with Friday, July 14: SMS vs Alvarez
Blues," a fast tap routine; "My Calvacado. From 00 to 7S: plane..1carrylnlf Davis, Billy Dansby Roberts Haz friends and fans of the Junior ; National Guard vs Hum-
,One and Only Highland Fling," en, Rowe Bloodaworth, and Delano Legion Team, will accompany the
danced In kilts; and the Brilliant from 150 to 200 passengers Thomas who made three of"the club to Welrsdale. phreys;
finale number "Manhattan Downbeat are expected.: old time tei.t revival meet.ing tallies. The pitching 'assignmentfor : Last Fridaythe. Junior Legion Saturday July 15: SMS vs Legion 6 CUSSES
,. National Guard vs Hum
danced on a revolving stage. Entertainment while at the Air- will be conducted here! beginning Starke was handled by Ronald I Team enjoyed a sight-seeing tour ; 4
Another highlight Is their dance and< at 8 o'clock Friday< night July ...ndrewB. Billy Dansby. and Jack through the State Capitol and at phreys; IN CARTONCoffee
done to the George and Ira,Oersh. park wUllnclud.. a swim party 7, by the Rev. Frank Duskin Hazen. W Florida State College when they Monday, July 17: Hercules vs

win song "They Can't Take That luncheon. (above) of Orlando. Service will So far this season the*Post'6\; were In Tallahassee to play a game Humphreys; National Guard vs

Away From Me," originally sung be held every night until further boy have a good record of four. with the Tallahassee Junior Legion Legion;
I by Astaire and Miss Roger In one To Close On FourthS notice. The big gospel tent will be win and two losses.. Team. Friday July 21: SMS sv Law-
of their early hits, "Shall: We located on Pratt Street beyond Thursday of last week they defeated The Starke Junior Legion Base tey: SMS v* Humphreys; '
Pane" store will be closed, as Bradford high school near what 1* Ocala .13-1 on the StaTke ball Team la sponsored by Jones- Saturday, July 22: Lawtey vs Makers 2 9

, usual all day on the 'Fourth of known* the "Griffls Settlement." diamond. Langford-White Post 56, American Alvarez; Legion v* Humphrey;
No celebration 'The public I Ia cordially. Invited to Last J'rIdaythey.- journeyed to Legion, In cooperation with Andrews ,Monday July 241: Hercules vs WERE 5.95 NOWWurricaee. .
TeUe July, ,next :Tuesday attend all service. Tallahassee for their worst (and Motor Company. Lawtey: Alvarez vs Humphreys;
.a+e 1* planned, locally, and Stark- second) defeat of the season 201. Friday< July 28: Hercules vs

TIE LIQUOR POWER WILL eltes will enjoy themselves at Limited Amount Another victory over Lake City Softball ScheduleFor Alvarez;; Lawtey vs Legion; ..

REMAIN ON TOP AS LONG AS nearby lake or at celebration* li was scored Monday afternoon, 10-. Saturday, July 29: Lawtey vs
LIQUOR REMAINS ON" TAP. nearby'cities.More Of, Pangola Grass 5, on the Lake City diamond., Second HalfIs Humphreys; Alvarez v* Legion; Lamps 3 9
other .
(FLORIDA GOOD ,NEWS),1 To Available This Thursday afternoon a'return Announced Monday July 31: Hercules vs

---- game ,with Green Cove was r Alvarez.. ; Lawtey v* Legion; WERE 7,95 NOW' ,(IIn. Pairs) 0
County Agent T. K. McClane Jr. played on the Starke field but the Humphrey Gold and State I Friday, August 41 Hercules vi ,
r- i told farmers today that he had adore was not known at: press time. Maintenance. Shop soared up to a Legion; ..Alvarez vs Humphreys;

:: : been advised by the Experiment On the Fourth of July the Starke tie for second place In the County Saturday August 5: Lawtey vs
; : ; Station that a limited amount of boy will'play Ocala as a featureof Softball League as the first half of Humphreys; Alvarez vs Legion; '
Dollars StaiAtHm':111 the holiday celebration at Weirs- schedule drew to a close Mon
planting material of Pangola grass dale. : : the rained- Monday, August Ti: Hercules 3-way Table'LampWAS t 3 9
will be available at Gainesville on On Thursday, July ea home day night except for some v* Lawtey; Hercules va Legion; .
July 6 and 7, Since many farmer game 1 18 scheduled with Lake But out game that itlll remain to be Friday August 11: SMS vs 7,95 v. 'y NOW o
I the
:Pangola" ,
are) selling grass played. Hercules; National Guard vs Law>
I I'I Station baa established a chargeto Lawtey stayed way out In frontIn fey:
cost of and wind- ler.Mrs. first with 11 win and
cover: place
Stork Cleaners and Laundry recently added LINEN SERV | Saturday, August 12: SMS vaHumphreys
The f-y '
rowing. This price run from $10 Laura Howard- only a single loss In the first half. '
'I I lo the many, ether services el' this establishment. This was done I'I'ICE I for a stake body % ton truck to American Legion seemed headedfor ; SMS vs National, Complete Line of Beach We

to ...p these dollars al home. It.was gratifying when other "be. $2:' for 1% ton truck Mrs Laura Howard, 87. a native a Lawtey win list Friday night, 1 Guard- ; v, ,

Ilevers in Stark." needing this.'service became oaf customers. It I. expected that there will of Bradford County, died Sunday, having the league-leaders 8-5 going Monday August 14: National I.S3 NOW"
Congratulations to Three Friends Barber Shop. City Barb.r Shop. I only be enough for about eight % June 18, at the home of her daughter. Into the last half of the fifth In Guard vs Hercules; National

I Lady, Fair Beauty Shop. Guidon GrlU and Temple Motor Court. ton truck: load to, each county. Police Sgt.Ama-H, William, ning. Lawtey came from behind, Guard vs Alvarez; ,Bathing Caps. 98. ..-' Beach Balls 98.
Since' little Is available this In Jacksonville, following an illnessof however to score four runs In this Friday August 18: SMS vs AlVarez -
!. ...,. ol the lad that th. Stark. Pry (::1._.. sad laundry turoi.be* *mtptenaral I so first several year She war the wid- stanza, ending the game with 9 toLegion' ; SMS vs Legion.
will be allotted} on a
tor mote Ihm thirty eepl. anylae a vry saWtoatial weekly F TleU. I grass, ow of Sergeant J. Howard,and had .. _There will be a League meet- Fountain
8. !
I .. .. mays come first served basis through Special at our
ihei. are etlll ..... a *l .... des.a.-s.adi.e Urawlrr il l-towa made her home In Jacksonville for tnt at the
It ...6lelll. enough I.. ... .Yh...town MtabIYbsu.1. N -pa.. a lecal buds..s.. Mr. McClane's office. Interested In the other game played last Field House tonight .
arm end a Ixal. cities a* lklr prwrnihrnVM... parties should contact the County the past 15 year. She waa a member Friday SMS defeated National (Friday) at 6 o'clock. It I Is requested BANANA' SPLITS 30*
I I Agent's office for complete: detail, of the Mount Zion Primitive Guard 11.8.Saturday. that each team be represented

Why send your laundry and 'your dollars eul..l-..... when you Baptist. Church of Baker-County. night saw SMS split a by its manager. SHERBERT, PT. 20<
el the In addition to Mrsi William #
focal lacllitl.s are amply equipped and stalled to take care
Successful VBS Mrs. Howard doubleheader losing to Humphrey IIMI piNiAPPti' OS.ANGI
I survived
entire laundry needs ol' the city and die county? I by five Gold 5-0, and winning from Alvarez Regina Louise Hall .
I other daughter, Mr. J. E.:'Adklns '
At Baptist Church 5.1.Monday. Mr. and Mrs Wilbert Hall, of o' -" _
of Hampton, Mr!. Beaus A. Mc- Tampa, of maintains
"- formerly completef
Hampton, have pharmacy i
We are personally// interested in YOU Vacation Bible School at the Daniel of Tampa )frs. W. H. Dean, night Hercules spilt a announced the arrival of
and Mrs-'J. t LK Leary,, of\Jacksonville doubleheader. winning from National a daugh. the most modem drugs availoblt,
First Church under the tel', Regina Louise
Baptist ; '
I YOUR CLOTHES'- AND ,THE FUTURE OF STARKE J JI I direction of Noble Maxwell Principal and Mrs. Martha Crawfordof Guard 8-3 and losing to June 7th. on Wednesray. an bring your doctor' pretcripriai |
Orlando; two sons Paul Howardof Humphrey. 3-0. Frlck. pitching confidence and
came to a glorious con with the ossuronci I
one-hit ball credited with the
Jacksonville and Homey J. Andrew was NOTICE TO "lonKRd
elusion ..with"commencement exercises of Starke. Humphrey win. Nonce la hereby .Iven that the. g will be 'cornpo nded accurately. Tvnl
being held Friday morning noard nt County
I I Funeral cervices were held in League standings at this point Bradford Commissioners or stored duty and al f
( pharmacists on
June 23. ri
Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry the Woodlawn Cemetery, Macclen- are: ceive I f; He A. D 1960, at service day or night.
all 10:00: o'c-lock
Despite the. heat previous ny at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon, Won Lost the purchase of an office safe AM for ..
record for attendance were chattered June 19, with Rev. Ben F. Thomasof Lawtey ..?......,,....??_ 11 1 { : .ro xismt.ly: 6:; x 8: to In.b*
I I Free Pick TJp A Delivery JStarke, Florida with an average dally attendance Blackshear Qa officiating. SMS ...... .. ..............,.-. 6 S ttnl.h dimension, and, to ,b an : tIJ.o'Cray .
l--: of 166. Aside from enjoying Underwriter Laboratories
J1 the recreational activities, less than two hours fire
a, deep spiritual depth was experienced Proposed Bond Issue .Would Not Require Interior shall an
by all of the pupils.Superintendents Increase Taxes School Board plan : ',rOf"d officeMinorrdeviation. DRUG ST(
i Says the Circuit fourt.
I of the various therefrom will be
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department; .were as follow: "Stork Outrun Grim Reaper mary classrooms to replace temporary alter acceptable, the general* long arrangement**' they' dl and not .1( U.c H

Intermediates, Mrs, Luther Pick Three To One" and "War B.bleeReaehing frame building; renew roof; fntertor'Ud. the main sections of the FREE DELIVER

ering; Junior, Mrs Lewis D. School Age> Are Forcing repair and renew finish for interiorof l>on... and ordered hy the Board of Stark
INSULATi Haines; Primaries, Mrs. Tom Expanoloo Program Here.. building; Install adequate light I County' Commissioners of Bradford Phone. 53
Harding!* Beginners, Mrs. O. L. These Headlines" from recent ing and heating facilities "ltS9"""ty. Florida' on June I, A1>. '
LInsln. .I 5. RJE (Starke colored school)): A. J .Thomaft 'Clerk.
J issu of the Telegraph plus the accumulation
auditorium and cafeteria facilities I (SEAL 1-10(j (( T-? I II
of much needed
repairs -
High School: 10
Rites WednesdayFor deferred during the depression classroom and auditorium.

r Mrs. ElliottMrs. year and Bubseijuent war It has been estimated that the
year, give a fair indication of the above repairs and construction I ,

Lollle Elliott. 07, died Monday problem confronting the Bradford would cost $400,000. The. only
Yo Home June 28, at the home of her County School Board today.In means whereby the Board can WE SOLICIT the' (lob, of making your car's

daughter Mrs Adolph Gay In a prepared .statement to the raise this amount of money is
Telegraph thl. week School Super through a Bond Issue. However bydlvtdin& Front End
h. Starke. Sha,,was a native of Live Corrections
intendent Harmon P. Morgan said: r
this sum Into 20 paymentsthe
Oak and was the widow of Chas. .
H. Elllott."C, former' construction The gain of approximately 100 Board will have sufficient revenue W* can make all I the corrections and prevent excessive front tire wear.
pupil per year will demand four from the '
state capitol outlay It
foreman at Camp Blandlng. She / :
Or Business new classroom Per year, even if fund to the bond Issue without check
was a member .of the Baptist pay ," ? let of your car and make_these corrections If needed aY
Church nothing I* done to relieve the prevent levying any county taxes. Thus ,,' .. ...:
overcrowded conditions of our the .
people of Bradford
County can
In addition to Mrs Gay MrsElliott .
..' e schools. In addition to needed new secure these benefits for their children '
Is survived by another c construction many of our school without their '
now raising "
'..' daughter, Mrs Gladys Cook of are in a sertou condition because taxes .* We also Undercoat cars

Jacksonville. of neglect of vital repair. The success: of this bond, Issue

{' \.,, ,", .,.it.. .'.... Funeral ..rvlc.weN; held'at After careful consideration, the will depend upon the willingness of ,Undercoating protects.against rust, corrosion; rood salt, and. insulates.. against rood
( I..\ '; j'f. Ute graveside In Croaby Lake Board has arrived: at the following the freeholders of Bradford Countyto *. .,.".. '
'. :Jl"; ;P 'r' ,," Cemetery Wednesday afternoon ala need a* a minimum requirementfor turn out and vote for this Issue. and engine noises.

Cooler% in Summer 1 o'clock with Rev. W. E Hall "assuring an adequate .educational It will also be, necessary to have ..
e- Mft L' ., officiating DeWItt C. Jones program for Bradford Coun: petition:>> signed. by 25: percent of Our Pries- on Undercoating '. .. ,. '. $25-00
..;, Funeral Home was In charge. of ty's children the freeholder In the county'In >
in Winter r .
t.. ; -Warmer .r arrangements. 1. Hellbronn School: one primary order to call the election.:. y'.>AI", .
1 Active pall bearer' were B. F. classroom and Indoor toilet Education for the children of i'0,; *F*,

: ; t.... ., Hall. Davis Gassett, Ed Prevail facll1tlea. f Bradford County Is being threatened ,;': .*..WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS. fOR. '
.:. ,. "t R. C. Buford, Bill Yawn and 3. Hampton;1'epIafr and modern by overcrowded conditions -
j\;\:. Seeber Goodman. ize auditorium and heating system The Board urge every freeholderto ** ...Dunlop Tires:, r .
? 3. Brookert repair roof, celling, get behind this Issue_so that y .. .. .. ; "I '_
; No, Maintenance Or Operating : Christian window lintel?, plaster and stucco Bradford County may not lag be- ,I>,: -, And we> have new OiOOx.16 tires.% '
..,j ChprchThe r : paint interior of building.' hind In its educational program. : ,.; \, (, :

f-: .T_ ., Costs. $ Rev. Homer Swindan.; min. 1_4. Lawtey: construct two pri The need is great .. :'" -1;; As ,Low as ..$11.14 --' all"' taxes.included!
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later of the First Christian churchof :. ,- ..
Starke, extends a: welcome to leati .
For the
Movies Visit the
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everyone worship at one) or OursBODY
LASTS A LIFETIME! more of the church' service durIng SHOP :cpn take care,of. your, needs from FENDER
; M the coming week. The scheduleof AIRPARK DRIVE-IN THEATRE ,
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O T services at "the friendly church STRAIGHTENING' to complete REBUILDING
In the heart of town" for the approaching ,
weelc Is a* follow: A Keystone Heights
Sunday. 10 a.m.: Bible schooL SB"-: .e.d ..... I. the Mtorat ***l of FREE ESTIMATES; Classes for all age groups Clyde eat !. ... ..** .f Drt *- I _ NGenwine
.Colson, Supt. r '
Sunday 11 am. Morning won Fri. & Sat:, June 30, 'July 1 f
"' On REQUEST ship; Sermon topic,"Traffic Sign" Sunday,'Monday & Tuesday Ford'C arcoal.lri..eIIndew
a Fourth of July message r 1

Sunday.. 7 p.m. Christian- Endavor. -, July 2, 3 & 4

Sunday_ a p.m.: Evangelistic I

y service Ing and Reaping.Minister" subject "Sow-' 1 -. \\\\ \ $ Motor Co.

">.'v Can be financed in 12. to 36 Wednesday a p.m.: Bible TrainIng SfeAnd I
-.. Class. This 1* course of DO

monthly payments. .J.r.- enroll lesson and newcomer may still i&71 -

__ "-t-(.. Mr. SwIndall state RT .. '
church will conduct a that vacation the I .1Je i Authorized '&&E1W Sales& Service

"I'' '" ; -.:. Bible school beginning Monday, Plus Chap.' "Cho.t of Zono"and I .

July 10 at 9:30: a.nx All boy and Shorts Selected Short Subjects : 'fS
girls are urged to attend. NEW fORD CARS'a.nd. I TRUCKS= i'k

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Mode la debtor NOTICB and creditor WEDNESDAY.ond THURSDAY JULY 3 and 6 .. .
of th. estate of LJIIlan May Gon. .r ..' _
i rwer Dodd d.".a.e claim aa.lnat the estate with !l. ,
K. Ferryman,County Judsr /
nf Brad.ford 'd
tc: BUILDERS' SUPPLIES County: Florid I within I lent Starring Buster Cro&fce. A ; .1. ,_
ell calendar month from the ArM thrilling picture of life Phone 118 ?
publication of this .. fiG.
*J- S.A.L. DEPOT ." Qce UnA 45 W... claim. duly sworn tn,nolle or said having claim under.the.Big Top. Plenty of Action Storks
will b barred by fllatat of 1,1m- --
ltatl"n. Tnta Jan loth,
Frederick J, Dodd Executor. Added Attractions "Baseball Stan ft Color Comedy:

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