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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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gging Machine Bank Deposits "2I\IMIII: .\ ?' 1 }- Father And Son OCCUDV Same CeO ,


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iging WarMosquitoes Show Gain r In Bradford County Jail; Youth Is I e r'




i j Over January .. LA Accused Of Burning Mother's Home J h,



odern, blitzkrieg .war Starke tactlo successful Returns from strawberry Bradford and County'i corn A father and lira It-year-old non are sharing the same ; ,

being waged against the.Brad Reason are credited with being cell In the Bradford County jail. The father-Roman Powers .
as
ultof. this Health week Department!> < the main contributing factor In a about 40. for withholding means of support from his .

County machlng into $233.838 Increase In deposits In wife and children: the aon-Billie-for burning down. their

Tefia togging all sections of then the Florida Bank at Starke since house in a fit of anger against his mother.

n, foraying in attempt to obtain re- January 1. "It's an awful mesa' some families get themselves' into," if

unusually heavy in- At the close of business last mused Sheriff R D. Reddish as he recounted the trial and

(rOm the December SO I deposits totaled SI,- tribulations that beset Dollie Power, hardworking motherof

tlon county .sanitarian I 873,582. while at the close of bus- '" 'i the family, during recent months

k Trswlck fog machine Is : Ine88.on. June 30 the figure had It seems that last August Dollie
the
I that I risen to. 2109400. W. B. Seweil first had a warrant Issued against

loaned Board to the of community Health. The by president of the bank?:stated that Board Sets Up her husband for non support

State the successful! farm season war Shortly after that Roman left their)

Board 1* also the machine furnishing and a almoat entirely responsible the Newly Enlarged Temple CourtIs little farm house located between
transport Motor
100 percent DDT nice gain. Relief p Starke and Lawtey. and managed
pounds of The increase at the local bank GroiipAt to elude the efforts of Sheriff Reddish '

pray purpose. followed, the trend throughout FlorIda To The Public to track him down. ?
I
U Opened Wednesday
supplying
of Stsrke ,
,CIty In the
the regular meeting' of the l meanwhile. Dollie set
which the DDT
uel oil with Solet.r'd.by, new money from about 'providing for her two ,
Board of sons
ixed, and a man to drive thewick outside the State and a buslneasup.prtftS' Beautiful in its color scheme of light green and Colonial yellow, the new addition to the __ Monday County,t,,HospltJ Commissionershere Relief one:14, and one T, herself and was

within Temple Motor Court was opened for public inspection Wednesday afternoon. With the 14
Florida's bank ".. Committee ,was set up as followsto "doing a better Job of It than
that the DDT have new units the Court has total of 26 units and is believed to be of the larg. _
explained deposits jumped more than Temple now a one administer the county's Hospital Roman ever' did," In the opinion

md with the oil and 1s heated 9150,000,000 since the first of the est courts now serving this part of.Florida. The new, units have carpeted floors, electric wall Fund: of some neighbors. Dome had

temperature of 1050: degrees, year, heaters, and are air cooled with manually operated controls in each room for the optional use Mrs. Bessie Burn*. Chairman; fair success with her>little strawberry .

causes It to vaporize. .It Big Investors like the Utah combine of the occupant. The court forms almost attractive picture in its pine grove setting at the Mrs. Mae B. Wellsf/Mrs, Nelson patch this year, and was I

i'out of the machine In I the which bought vast cattle north city} limits on U.S. 301. Carl Johns (at right) .is the owner, and Mrs. Ralph Begue T. Green,. Mrs H. H. Howard, L. managing 'to meet current expenses

of a blanket of fog. coverings tracts In the central part of the the; resident manager. std q" off' r T. Johns Mrs, Ploy 'Sullivan, and at the same time whit

of about 50 feet high and State have helped dump the new I ",. ,"" !"" ,,,..,. ; Mrs. M. F, Wiggins, Mis. LubedlaPlnholster tle down some of the family's

t 100 yards behind, the truck.Is ; dollar. Into bank vaults.. I ,r
no danger to parson or Additionally, things are bumming Fourth Safe Here "luxury" of a new stove some few
Junior Beats Ocala On 4th :
rty from the apray. Trawlck In the.frozen seafood citrus Legion ; \>\ But Fatal To 793 ; ,. Mrs Burns was also requestedat new'>pieces of furniture, and had
L Flies and roaches are also concentrate; tourist uUllty and I .1'. the earliest convenient date just purchased new rooting for

ns of the spraying process, construction industries, meaning Throughout U.S.Not ; \l-! .; to call the! committee together the house, which was beginning

i bigger Incomes for workers, economists Scores Two Other Victories In Week' 4 4The ; and perfect plans to take over this to leak badly. The new roofing

Its battle to control mo qult- point .out. a single serious accident most Important work. was stored In the house, awaiting

the has also Another boom pn the way T marred the Fourth of July holiday The Clerk was Instructed to advise the time when Dome could get
city opened Up .
drainage canal that runs a- Emphatically no say business and Starke Junior Legion Baseball ped because of darkness Starve) in Bradford County, as far as couldbe Difficult Month Melt committee member of the far enough: ahead to hire someoneto

hits In this two learned from peace officers, the appointment and to furnish any put It on.
the western boundry of Reno banking authorities. The current Team has just completed a got seven game

Alligator Creek., This 'canal! upturn is based on a sound growthof very successful week having overwhelmed doubles by flaxen and 1 double bulance highway service patrol and the local- am- Is PredictedFor Information that may be needed Things were looking pretty good

w flowing properly; and has retail trade,. commerce and In- three formidable teams, by Rowe State's NeedyIt's by the committee. for the ,hardworking little farm I
'dustry.whereas the* fragile boomof The absence of tragedy here Charles Darby presented a request wife-thai Is, except for the trou-
been sprayed ,with ouV the On July 4th Starke Journeyed to
standIng
bringing the Starke Club's was in marked contrast with many for some much needed
irian said. the mid-twenties had nothing Weirsdale to play.Ocala at 10 a.m. going to be a difficult month very ble she was h"vlnawith Billy.
but pleasant weather to 7 games won out of 9 played. sections of the celebrating U.s. road work on the road leading According to information furnished
e fogging is done at night to go on. Winkler and Dansby pitched a to the Associated PressIt for the needy axed and for n.edyl) from the Starke
According to Melrose graded .
I The Federal Reserve Bank perhaps This past week Starke beat throughout the first' the Sheriff the boy haddev.lopeel
good
een I p.m. and 2 a.m.llince game was the bloodiest holiday periodin dependent children who get assistance road to Lakeside Subdivision on Into somewhat of a I
the moat conservative author. Green Cove Springs 8 to 3; Post I five innings when Hasen took over' ,
Is when mosquitoes are outmost the Nation's peacetime historyIt through,, the State Welfare the north side of Santa Fe Lake. neighborhood bully, and he and
ity anywhere comments in a review Nine Colonels Jacksonville) T to the mound and pitched a scoreless
brought sudden and violentdeath Board. Mr. Darby was assured that the his mother had quarrelled bit,
of
Southern business 12
conditions last two innings. Starke got
Is believed that when the : 0. and Ocala 10 to 7. hits to 6 hits for Ocala and beat to at least 793 Versons-on Many of the aged will have their i matter will be Investigated and terly over one of his recent escapades -
ring Is tn the Green Cove Springs game homes at of Insufficient an effort will be made to remedy .
process completed def- ,'At Florida banks, deposits normally : the Ocala Club 10 to 7, the highway., In or grants reduced because ,
'
relief from the mosquito 'Increase between, Thursday of last week the SUrke : beaches, and other recreation spotsThe funds in the state treasury the situation as soon as possible Early on the morning ef June
will early Fall I pitcher was) Billy Daneby and After the game at Weirsdale. the Upon motion, second, and unanimous
be noted and April as a result of previous high holiday accident Sherwood Smith state welfare 23 Doll.o; got n ride to Starke and.
greater entire Starke Club went to the
tourist Fountain for Green Cove Green fatality record of 761 was set commissioner. said. Because of the vote the tol'llof contract came by to discuss her troubles)
,
'
expenditures and income
Cove got four hits to seven hits Lake Weir Legion Post's 4th of Christmas and form of certificates of
nerd Services from during the three-day time consumed In making adjustments pay with Sheriff Reddish In the court-
agricultural marketings. scored by Starke. Jack Hazen and July Celebration for the remainder weekend of 1934. "' In ftranta. recipients In several ment,,between Jack CUlpepper and 'house., Daring: the coitrse.of their
d! ;!' This yearthe growth was unUsuaJJy .McRae hit doubles and of the daywhere they en* v.<> Jail. Work and the Board '
SundaY Johnnie : .ThU Fourth ,of.July. weekend :& distrlMewill not receive their Manly; I eortvtMathnf the telephone rang
.J.ihn E:.. t"-. --.... JtlgtV 'JryOwwrfBd of April Quentln' Bloodsworth hit a' triple swimming boat 'races and'a Wg: traffic accidents killed 491 persons. grants "at. he, usual time..:- of County Commissioners rela- n was'enJ'of Dome'sneighbors.,
War deposits were $168,000,000 chicken barbecue that afternoon.
.rS greater Getting hits for Green Cove were and drowning took an additional Determining' the amount of the (Continued to page s.> 101,.. DuBosa, sailing from Lawtey.
than
at the beginning of theyear Fountain and Interested fan. all the Le-
Redden Wiliams. over 179 lives. Fireworks, now banned
Edward Ws11"Sr. I has been done mostly "Tell\ Mrs Powers that her houseIs
i ., 71, and grants
ment retired farmer' > and *97OOO.OOO" greater thana Callahan. The game was well gion's Fourth District are begln- throughout most of the Nation"cau..d through a mechanical process and Graham Takes Over burned down. I wanted her
year .*go. Held throughout, before nlg to take notice of the Starki '
hut of Lawtey; died Thurs- : played In the only one death. machine. have been used to capacIty to know so the shock wouldn'tbe
record of 1 Gavel At Rotary
audience Club and Its Impressive ;
Jane 29, at the home of lila i a sizeable In an effort to meet deadlinesIn too much when she came back

J E Wall, Jr., after an ex- Twenty 4-H Girls At 6:30 'In the same afternoon In wins over opposing teams. It Is Mrs. Mary J. Rowe the state comptroller's office, Boys State DescribedCurtis and saw It with! her. own eyes'*
that'the Starke I IMra.
<1 Illness Enjoy Camp' PeriodAt a double header Starke beat the fully expected boys Smith said. Unless there Is some Mrs. puBose said

r. Wall Poet f 9 Colonels from Jacksonville will win the District Championship: Mary .Jane Rowe 85. died un-antlclpated delay recipientsof Edwards and W. O. Collins Sheriff RedtUh drove the stunned .

taa, was a native of North Cherry Lake 'I 1-0. Post 9 Colonels had several of In the District Tournament to be Thursday June 29,in a Jacksonville .! old age assistance and aid for Jr.. representatives from Dollie bark to the smolderingruins

where moving he to. Lake City In the Pout 9 Generals (former championship played In Starke on the nights of hospital after a long' Illness needy dependent children In those Bradford County to the recent of her Ilttlt home where the

resided ,until' 1922he Twenty Bradford County girls I team) on their team at July 27, 28, and 29. The other She was a native of Bradford, areas with "district headquarters Boys State session In Tallahassee, sordid story of Its destruction

famed moved \*> Punta Gorda. returned Saturday a bit tired but his game The Colonels lived up two team. In the District who will County and had lived In Duval at DeFunlak Springs, Live Oak were guests .at the Rotary ,Club gradually unO'd! *].
to Lake Qty in 1836 happy from upending a week at II oppose Starke in the Tournament Wednesday, relating some of
came to to their reputation as being a top County for the past ten year., mov- and Qulncy can expect a delayof Her seven-year-old son and two
In Lawtey to make hla Cherry Lake 4-H camp near Mad- notch team In the Junior Legion have already been beaten by the ing there from Milliard. two or three days. their experience. and the benefits small children
1947. He was a member !son. The Starke team local Club-Gainesville once and derived from this week 0(, practical other nelghbmhoud,
:Baseball Circuit. Surviving are two sons, Joseph
e First Smith said that there also wouldbe were In the house when PIIU,
Baptist Church of Those attending were Grady started Its star lineup for the first Ocala .twice. It Is expected that L.. Saunders and Ben'Saunders of( training In government.The .
In the districts Inflamed following the argument V
,. a slight delay still ;. -
there win be much Interest In the
Mobley, Constance Jones BlancheAndrews Jack Hazen boys were sponsored Jointly
time this season, using Los Angeles, Calif. Cove
served through the Green with his mother, Is said
"des his wlt..J.M.r....'Mafle June Conner Myrna pitcher; John Richardcatcher' ; District Tournament and In the Funeral services were held at offices. He and their expenses paid by the of
and Clearwater to have pnured the contents
of Uwtey he l& survived Grlffis Bettia Jean Marsh Marilyn Davis, 2nd base;; Thomas,.1st Mill: Area Tournament which will be 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon In the Springs the first five Starke Rotary Club'and American .
added that after a can ef kerosene over the Interior
three sons, C. M. WaU.aburr. Cox, and Marion Henderson Redden left field; Roberts, 3rd played during the first W ek In Pldgeon Creek Baptist Church. Interment "absorbed1 In Legion Post 56. Boys State Is an,
been and set ten
districts have of the house a IDA
Aria; J. E. Will Jr. from Starke club; Beverly Jo base; Lee abort stop: Bloodsworth, August also in Starke. was In the church cemetery. revisions because of annual event and Is sponsored by to It. .
the necesssry
H. T. Wall of Lawtey; 'one Crosby, Anna Ruth Crosby Kath- right field; and Rowe center field The Starke Junior Legion Baseball lack of State funds the other seven the Florida Legion. : \

let, Mrs. Frank C. Richards ryn Kelly' from Sunnybrook club; Jack Hazen held the Colonels to team Is sponsored Jointly by would be The program was In charge of His younger brother begged

City; five sinters. ,: Mrs.. C. Mary Joyce Lanier ,Mellbronn one hit and struck out 12 men in the Starke American Legion Post CLAIMS FIRST! districts with state probably checks at ,the Guy Andrews, new Community permission to salvage some of Isle
"ler, Mrs. Will Harris, Mrs. Club! ; Elaine Crosby and Annie 6 Innings when the game was atop- and the Andrews) Motor CompanyZinnia served Service Chairman of the club,''and clothes Sheriff RerlrtUh said. but

den Eton an of Lexington, Mae Tetstone, Brooker club; Patricia -- I usual time. the boys were Introduced by Bill was denied this privilege (
, Mrs The needy aged and blind. In Blllle' rescued a pair c' pants
Charles Fowler and Watnwrlght, Wanda Sullivan Cdrum, Instructor la social studiesat
Bell Wall both of High Point Shirley Rosier, Mildred Sum-: Swim Instructor Show Set many Instances, are taking cuts In BUS. and a shirt of hi* own, put them

.; nine grandchildren and two ner, Juanlta Blount. and Jeanette Will Be Trained For This SaturdayIn grants' this month because the< As this was the first Rotary in a tack, and left the scene of

t grandchildren- Blo nt. Lawtey club. Attendingthe State Budget Commission has not meeting of the new year, the new the burning house. He walkedup

feral service. were conducted camp with the girls were Miss Beginning July 10 Woman's ClubThe released enough 'money to meet President, W H. Graham took over the highway almost to High

1 30 o'clock Sunday afternoon Oleeta Green of Starke, and Miss full appropriations approved' by the "gavel from Past President land, where he caught\ ride Into
Course Second Annual Zinnia Show. ,
Ibe- First Baptist Church, of Dorothy Ross. Home Demonstration The Red Cross Instructors ,theleglelaturt.The._ general revenue O. 8. Newcomb. Jacksonville Sheriff Reddish said.

1 tar with the pastor Rev.,Guy ,Age t,. Mrs Nelson Green In swimming will?begin here on I sponsored Clubs by'of the Bradford Home Demonstration County-, fund has bean. suffering from Committee assignments for. the It was a relatively easy. matterto

Lee, olflcUting. 'assisted bj drove the bu... Monday, July 10, according to an:l lack of tax revenues to the point new' year were announced, with track him down there as he was)
will be held In the Stark. Woman'i
.c-B North. Interment was Thret Aasaea.were held in the announcement yesterday.by Jack I ITrawick. Club this Saturday, July 8. Th n r'o't ..gtcM where 100 per cent of? appropriations the four main Rotary departments known to have only two acquaintances

WMehem Cemetery:near Lake | morning :e aslBtlng of swimming Water Safety Chairman display will be to the public cannot be released. of Rotary service being,headed, In the city and i It-was at

>. with Wilson Funeral. Jlom. Inwhich'many of our girls learnedto for Bradford County. I I from 12 o'clock open noon until Ci:3O: Needy dependent children who up as follows: I the home of one of these that he <

charge. take care of themselves In the Harry Kenning Reds Cross during which time punch receive assistance through the welfare Club Servtc.-T K. McCUre Jr., was later arrested. ,

beareu were H. C. Harley., water; crafts;, the girls made glitter swimming' Instructor from Atlanta will p.m. be served to the guesti- board received a cut In May chairman I, The. father was also finally located

. wyrlck. M. L. Crews., E. M. birds, thimble holders and will be here to' conduct the the which Is being continued until Vocational) Service-T| H. Blade, after almost a year! and wag
Featured hi the show will be
*, coin and flower two more funds are available for distribution. placed under arrest MondaJr at
W. P. Kemp. and A. L. ,felt purses; gardening course during' the entire w.eka.j I I varieties of zinnias chairman;
different
ley. which covered rooting cut- Trawick said. A Community S.rvlce-ou1 Andrews LaBelle In Hendry County where '

tlngsln different mediums potting classes will *e 'held at grown In the county by the club rf ., !, chairman; he had been working j-le and ""'
The miscellaneouS
,000 plants and care of plants. Klngsley members. In the Felix Sullivan International Service-J. If. his son are now cell mates In the
landing on
Seedlings Strickland's section will be other cut flowers
After a rest following lunch: the each week Mon,, Dupre, chairman. Bradford County jail. '
Lake five days as well as potted plants. Flower.not r Named \
parked For' girls enjoyed more swimming and from 4:30 i DeputyFor Since the fire Dollie and heryounger .
Friday will '
through the show
played ball:. Penty of delicious day claimed after Livestock Law son have been living In
Work Ia Started
wford until 7pm.Anyone be contributed to the hospital.
County food added to the enjoyment of( + a tiny house belonging to Paul
* Container camp life. Interested In taking the I I The public Is cordially Invited rHazel Sheriff P. D. Reddish announced On New AdditionTo crawford. There was no Insurance

*rtea Corporatlpn of Mary Joyce Lanier and Constance Instructor's course Is asked to by the club members and Miss yesterday that Felix\ M. Sullivan Lovett's StoreWork on her home or any of her

will donate 5,0 free Jones received ribbons Tor contact )(T. Trawlck at the Brad- Dorothy Rose Home* Demonstration has been appointed as a special: belongings so she will have to start

!leedllnga' to Bradford County their excellent' performances at ford Health Department.., Agent, to visit.the exhibit. y deputy la charge of impounding started W neadai- remodeling over agate from scratch. She's

*" en for planting "xt'fall Stunt Night Girls In cabin four The regular swimming and lifesaving livestock: found on the public roads the store space that making arrangements to buy the

Ran, conservation: received ribbons for their fine courses will begin July 14at. Softball Schedule la violation of the new sate law will become a new addition to little Crawford house however

"rnandina forester for work on cleaning; their table after Strickland's, and continue which became effective July L Lovett's. This space was form- and the county will probably grant ) ,
:
K** pulp" mw an- meals. through the remainder of the summer Upset By Rains Sheriff Reddish said that stock erly occupied by the Southern liar the use of Its equipment to i '

this week. Friday 'nlghC the last night at Trawick said. The second half of the County owners were given a few additional Store. move It'over to her ten acre farm

W" landowner may"receive u; camp the girls bade farewell to Softball League schedule got under days of grace In order not It Is expected that the_n.W', en- where the ugly ruins of her former t

000 of the pine seedlings withto camp for another summer In a Tax Complaint way Saturday night with to work a hardship on anyone larged Lovett's will be ready In the Sheriffs home bear remark silent witness that "It'san to
'
tither but Impressive candlelight that actual enforcement of about two weeke.Bradford .
solemn but
for thetrees or very Lawtey scoring a 7-5 win over
Heard awful families
Will Be mess some get
1Ipment of the
cia by expreas from the .ceremony. Alvarez aDd National Guard defeating the impounding provisions themselves Into."

h they ForeRt Service nursery; ID By Board July 17 SMS, 1917. (Underbill) Paulk tars law would begin yesterday (Thursday Exceeds I '

were grown Highway Patrolman Andrews will Ralned-out cam..1n the first half claim to the honor of burin the ). Bond Quota InIndependence 'C of C Meeting
Pllcatlou Tax Assessor Guy The hare been :
following pastures
for the trees should which were to have been played first new fishing license Issued In '
Ide to Arrive For DutyState with the Board of CountyCommissioners Drive
meet for Impounding purposes Called
the designated For
> u COUnty acent at at 10 a.m. on Monday last Friday night, were skipped Bradford County, and also catchIng MondayA
John Denmark Hampton;
Possible -.aid. In Patrolman because the week of difficulties the first big fish of the new :
Years. the'' free sesdUng Highway aiWved her ,- July 17 for the purpose of at the city light plant made it license year. She Is pictured above N. O. Hares, Brooker; GeorgeFlynn Bradford County has gone "over meeting of he Stark. Cham
entt In moat Quentin FUllngbn hearing complaints and receiving whether there would total Starke. The location of the top" In the Independence Bond her of Commerce wit be held at
beauties (
counties have to take overualanm.nt uncertain holding two
elall1led by July 1 from Ocala testimony as to the value of any the Lawtey pound was still unsettled Drive, W. B. Seweil. county chair- noon Monday la the Guidon Grill
"downer" or noL about. 13 ) caught
pounds
weD be lights
Of the previously h.nd-I real. personal or intangible weight announced'' yesterday.The .
the I property. yesterday.Farm man, with a business meeting following
planting Both
season which: P. ** wrne live bait In Crosby Lake.
H. night's on
ily led by Patrolman 1990 Monday cam drive
I/fortna/ u fixed on the assessment husband county's quota In the In the C of C office Plans for
ContaIner abouDecember 1 I who has been transferred to Fer- roll. This meeting will also rained out. Mrs Paulk and her but Bureau NoticeThe was 12000. Mr. Sewed/ said Increasing the cenalli) count I In

" Cororation, of, nandina.patrolman. receiving The following games are scheduled Dave, are ardent fishermen In
e1 baa be devoted to perfecting that sales here are considerably Stake and Bradford County and
In r'Pom ordered 2,000.000 pine! Fllllngim Is 27 yearsold I and equalizing such assess this weekend: i have been having trouble lately who regular meeting of the excess of the amount but that the other important matters will bediscussed.

for the Florida Forest' and has been with the department ments. Friday.1ul,. 7: SM3 n Hercules; with an otter In Crosby Lake Bradford Farm Bureau wW beheld exact total has not yet been com .

e" free ""fttwtloTM.h Ie: I four ,...r.. He was born, AU owning property National Guard vs Lawtey; ; I seems to be getting even more by Vrtday night July 7, at 8 piled. The Chamber Is very gratefulfor

throughout. North ant and reared In Escambia County.Lake I subect to persons assessment in Bradford Saturday. July 8 f SMS vs Law' fish.than they read are.this Perhaps they bav.manac.d o'clock: In the courthouse.) E. L. The Independence Drive officially,' the nice donation the Beta

M of theM His wife and baby daughter are notified to appear at tey; National Guard vs Alvarez; the time you with Mr. crawford president, urges all ended July.4.. 'but purchases Sigma Phi gave toward_ tile load-
ic from the Infor- Sue.' are still In Ocala but will, County Monday. July 10: Hercules vsHumphreys to do away 13 will count the the
It she I meeting to make such com- have the Crosby merabers: to attend as there Is through July on speaker being purchased
lor,11 Education Branch ofirr0' ;move .to Starke when suitablehousing : this to give such testimony : National Guard va Otter and now Important business to attend to. quota. civic clubs for the C of c office.
be plalnCk or fish all to themselves.
can
to !;, and youth r*free dlstrt- accommodations as to values as they may desire. American Legion.
groups found here.
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BACON been told to Us over and over again at once; for example, a woman!
J BRINGING HOME;THE and Ervin
Bradford County Telegrapl h LATETO by thinkers and philosophers since'filling a thermos-jug and a man He Said
Comparisons of commodity prices In the various countries TOO the beginning of time. it took Dale drinking a bottle of Coke. Try it a gave his oplnk.ti
of the world mean little unless! they are related to wage CLASSIFY . Carnegie to assemble it in a text yourself and see If you can dolt* tamey qUery by lIernando 4
OMn
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. I_ MATTHEWS. OWN.IEDITOIlrubllllhNl book that actually permits a person You can think ol and visualize yyh1fc
of the workman to ed
rates. In other words, it is the ability how
to such sound advice into either one but not both jurors
at .
RuMrl put once
By Kay h'ub
FridayMatter and EntortMl M SticoniOfflre J to
Every
"bring home the bacon" that counts. Whether accor<1 WIlli '
practice. you are .v/orner
or not
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C'- at the post at Starke FU The U.S. Department of Labor has calculated the minutes will find "How-to States Supreme
As we have been told again an r
of working time required to earn enough money.to buya Ever been faced with tome problem again most of the things we wor and Start LtVing" by Dale jury dlscrlmlnauon h
MEMBERBuhwrlpl @ J950IJ50 of bacon In countries. It is a revealing example all tied in Carnegie both member
pound ten that had you up ry about never happen and to- Impress interesting an ,; of,the superiority of our living standards as against those of knots mentally and physically? this fact upon his readers profitable reading. You won t get quires that with tht
Ion flli.50 Annually $ For SIX Month. the rest of the world. We all get in that shape now and Dale gives numerous Illustration: much out of it if you skim through ers make the county,>
then. It la disease and a deadly tbenv It and forget it, but it such
The average American worker works 30 minutes for a of people who have worried you take sary to fnqUll'as
one, although moat folks don'tseem' : selves deathly ill over just such a your time and think while you I the familiariZe th
45 and in:
in Canada
his pound of bacon. His equivalent qualification"Jurors
SO-CALLED "FREEDOM" UNDER COMMUNISM to. realize lt We call it I situation. Unlike most books it read, it has the power to. change 01 I
Great Britain 53. In Ireland he must put in 96 minutes. of the
entire life and cOunty,
Liberty, in the Western sense of the term cannot exist t Finally, the Soviet Union-that wonderful "worker's para worry It Is probably responsible for does alltles.not In content citing itself such with cases genera, Dalr I, your health and happiness. bring you race and color,"" Ervta
in a communist state-or in any state which subscribes tc). dise"-is last on the list, with 466 minutes of work needed more illness, unhappiness and untimely has been particular to. give the "The
the other totalitarian doctrine for that precious pound of bacon! The communist workers I death than any other one I person's name and address point. Race No FactorIn 8anally qualification 01 !keep
"We need not turn to anti-commuunlsts to support that t; tree bacon at long, long intervals, if at all. thing. The unfortunate victim Ing out this or that person and hit era known be to tile 0
statement. A book written some time ago by A. Y..Vyshin-, These enormous differences are principally due to the finds little'relief. The physician's. or her actual experience' with Jury'Selection- and< may Investigation ascettalnf4,
'ikjj provides remarkable proof of it. Mr. Vyshinsky is,theSoviet i economic and social systems under which men work. In pills and powders give only temporary names dates,'and addresses that Ervin Advises entire number The
foreign minister, a top man in the Politburo, and a, the United States we have free economy. That pound of aid. A bottle of liquor may can be checked and verified and white, a of fl1t11
Marxism practiced behind the, blot out the anguish for a time A lot of other folks turn to. the Florida jurors should be selected jury lilt
leading authority on as now bacon is one of the products of a highly efficientr,;!xtremely made up Of <,:
defense Soviet laws this "Hav but until the deep rooted problem future for their worries, which as individuals, and "not aa.whltet :
iron curtain. In of he wrote : Individuals mOf
competitive industry, which can live and only if it I
prosper Is the mind is freed of or blacks,
solved and Attorney General '
and Rich- II
Dale tells us Is as silly un i
ing: given the toilers freedom. of speech assemblies street : a race"
meets the needs of free consumers. The same thing is true Its burden the unfortunate worrier
parades, press, and so on, the Soviet government explicitly of everything else we buy, whether i if be an automobile or a may become a physical wreck. profitable Illustrate as turningto'the this he digs up pastTo the'
excluded the nonlabor classes from enjoyment of this freedom. pair of shoes or a ticket to a movie. The fact that only a How many times the expression time honored admonition "Don't
,. .Having aS8ure ers, the Soviet government did not extend this freedom of people can't be repeated too often one knows. It's as common an to them."
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the nonlaboring strata." ixpresslon as "How you doin1?" He tells' us that it isn't good r !

A page or two later, Mr. Vyshinsky expanded on hie![ THE SIGNIFICANCE OF KOREA or "I'll be seein' you," and meant sense to 'worry about ,either the HARIFurniturSTARKE
theme in these words: "In our state, naturally, there is an lust about as much to Ute recipient i past or future. Our only concern
can be no place for freedom of speech, press, and so on foi Is,Korea the tinder-box: that will again set the world All,the world la ready with a backslap is today, the present,, as that I 11

,the foes of socialism. .Freedom of speech, of the press, oi f aflame or is it a Russian experiment to see how much the .. and," but the'admonition until short, "Don'tworry time the only period of time we are able 0
of meetings of street parades, and of demonstrations hesitation up a to use effectively He advises UB
assembly, democratic countries will take? Certainly here ago. nobody could actually tell
are the property of all the citizens in tahe USSR, fully would not prevent war any more than all the appeasements bow to perform the feat. you to block off the past,and the future
and make the most of Special This
'guaranteed by'the State upon the single condition that they which preceded the last war. A hands off,policy by the Then along came my friend Dale Work, while apparently today.becoming Vee
be utilized in accord with the interest of the toilers and to United fatal but the bitter the
States would put off the day, lesson Carnegie chap who taught ur less and less popular Is givenas
the end of strengthening the socialistic social order." we learned from Hitler's aggression must be remembered. "How to. Win Friends and Influence one of the beat antidotes fox White Kitchen
That is ,worth reading again, word for word. What' he North Korea is a Russian zone of influence as South People" with a text book entitled worry Dale explains that the CABINETS$$4!
aid, if it means anything at all, is that the people can be Korea has been under the guidance of the United States. "How to" Stop Worrying and Start mind can be occupied with one
perfectly free so long as that freedom consists in followingthe Out military men have trained the army for the two-year-old Living.Receiving thing at a time. If you'give it White Dish CABINETS----B
line laid down by their masters. They can speak freelyso Republic of Korea. Most of its officers are from the old Jap- from the author an,autographed rye been copy work to do and' keep it occupiedwith $

long as they do not criticize Soviet policy. They have a anese army but are now trained in the American way, at It in my spare time and find reading that constructive thoughts It.cannot
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free press-so,long as it shouts the praises of Stalin and least as much as can be done in the short period. The fibht- while most of the Information It be his invaded point he by asked worry.the To read.impress White DINETTE SET .$3 3LOVETT

sternly demands the death or deportation .dissidents..j ing equipment is of American manufacture, even Wacs.have contains already known and hat er to try and think of two thing .
They can assemble freely-so long as the prime purpose of been enlitsed.; The army is reported to be the best small
r
the assembly Is to sing the praises of the "workers' father army in Asia.

land." This is very much as if one of our political parties EGA funds have gone to Korea to aid in the recoveryof '
took over the government and passed a law which said that the little country which was under the domination of Japan
everybody could speak freely and enjoy the other freedoms
for
forty years. This interest in Korea is not only
with the exception of the members of other political parties. Uncle Sam's well known generosity but also an important

Finally it is enormously important .remember thatsocialism defense measure, for South Korea is only a hundred miles
no less than communism produces the same kind from the islands of Japan which has no protection from Communist
of "freedom" of which Mr. It
not
Vyshinsky spoke may invasion '
except MacArthur's occupation forces.
If South Korea had been the would not the
concentrate all power in government, no matter what aggressor
name that government goes by, tyranny follows as surely as United States have been directly responsible? No country
night follows day.ADVANTAGES which has taken the responsibility for building up the defense STARKE FLORIDA Prices Good Through ''
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mechanism of another country can shirk the moral 8 8th
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responsibility when that force becomes
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OF SERVICE IN THE GUARD an Aggressive force.
Russia may'say she has no part in this. Let us hope TENDERSTEAK
Young men who have not passed the age of 18 years and she will realize that she cannot get away with it and call off
'six months are reminded this week that they may join the her protege. The United States has been wise enough to
local National Guard Company and be exempted from the take a firm stand.' The fact that President Truman has
.draft If a national emergency should cause their servicesto openly sent ships and planes will take this out of the class
become necessary they would be assured of the. advantage with the Spanish Revolution, where troops and munitionswere .lb.'S
:fit serving with the local Guardsmen. sent by various countries but always under cover.

A more immediate problem confronts.the local "Guard, The Security Council has !issued a cease-fire order. It
however, and it should suffice to remind these young men has been ignored. The next step.-economic sanctions and ,
that the National Guard is the medium through which they. blockade-would be so long In getting established that complete
--may effectively discharge their military obligations and at aggression would have become an accomplished fact, SKINLESSWEINERS PICNIC "
the same time retaln\.their civilian status. long before any good\ could"come of it. I y
The problem that now confronts the local, unit is the Russia has walked out of the Security Council. She will While Ba
problem of manpower. The authorized strength of the com- probably say that action by the Council is
any illegal, but
pany was"recently raised, and in order to meet the new requirements if she has sincere, wish for
any world peace now is the time .Ib.43c
it will be necessary to make a determined recruiting for her to,prove it by calling off her satellite. lb. 35c HAMS,1" E Cuts:
effort for the next two weeks. This is an opportunity for

'Starke and Bradford County to show other communities-that FREEDOM OF THE PRESS Center
wo are defense-conscious, and that we-believe in prevention .

rather than cure. Freedom of the press is not a high-sounding phrase, .. -
The annual encampment is scheduled to begin July 23, but something which everyone should understand. Our understanding BRISKET
and continue for two weeks. The local men will again journey of it is the right and duty'to publish all news, BOLOGNA (
to Fort Jackson S. C. The training, the fellowship, and the particularly that concerning the public's welfare. Consider I 1b 39c STEW 4
general effort would all be enhanced by an enlarged attend I for a moment the usefulness of our American press if any lb. ;

ance.Each person in high office, from the President.down, could dictate ,
year there are new developments in the machines, what could and what could not be printed. Fortunately the SMOKED
.I. kills and techniques of war. The National Guard la responsible opposite is true and any newspaper in this country can ,attack SQUARES '
to the taxpayer and in order to best discharge this any public official if it believes he is not acting in the 32c
responsibility these new developments must be learned. best interests of the public.. _' B CON 1 b. CHEESE lb. 1
Local Guard leaders are requesting the general public One of the latest cases in which the Freedom of the i ,
to lend its service In a"Talk Up The Guard"campaign. There Press was unsuccessfully encroached upon involved the New ,
are many young men irk Bradford County who are in the age Orleans ITEM: Editor" Fritchey commented upon a recent
group that can obtain selective !service exemption by enlist- legislative action as follows: "The large majority of our dis- STANDARD SWIFT'S CALIF.
ment in the Guard. It is definitely advantageous to this tinguished Senators and
Representatives have
about
as much
croup which is to draft become deferment.Guardsmen for many reasons, ,the least..of they Independence jump." as trained seals. When their trainer barks. CORNED BEEFSwiftning f 3 it. 69C LETfU29c'


MEDICAL QUACKS VICTIMIZE MILLIONS Ed-'Fritchey'

Hundreds of charlatans are victimizing millions conduct toward.the legislature, which carried with it a max 303 Can KOUNTY KIST '

of Americans the country over declares Norma Lee BrownIng -I imum penalty of ten days in jai). The newspaper's answer can 10 2 Lb. 2
CORN
in a recent issue of The Reader's Digest. Capitalizing o I was to reprint the editorial on Page One, along with a staten
oCW'raith in modern scientific developments, today's quacks ment by Publisher Stern to the effect: "1f this newspaper .
offer an amazing assortment of cure-alls including "radar,"I believes the State Senate is not acting in the best interest of SUPERBRAND
"atomic pills," "electronic-ray machines." Gullible persons the public, it is not only our right but our duty to.say so." Colored 46 o*. HIGHLIGHT ORANGE DOZ. LA8GELEM01-

pay heavily for these "cures," but more' serious ,is the fact The two newsmen appeared before a Senate committee .
that grave conditions which might respond to sound medical and staunchly defended the rights of a free press. The com OLEO JUICE 29
care often progress beyond hope of a cure while the quack mittee backed down and voted not to prosecute. .- ,
.Applies his course of fake treatments.. You may or may not like what a newspaper publishes
)JMlas Browning, after a physical examinationat; North but the vigor and strength of our American Press may be, Can CHICKEN OF
westcrn University had fund her "disgustingly I''healthy," found in its right to print what it believes to be in the best 23c lb. OCijTUNA\
:submitted herself as a prospective patient to Dr. Myrtle interest of the public. 33 49
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Farnsworth
of Chicago. Dr. Farnsworth instructed the
patient to stand in her stocking feet on two silver plates JUNIOR LEGION BASEBALL COMMENDED
wired to "many-dialed gadget. After,recording "pulsa- .
tliona": for more than an hour, the gadget found 14 "frightening The American Legion Junior Baseball program sponsor PHILADELPHIACream _

conditions including "possible ,.diabetes." The fee ed jointly by the Legion and the Ford Motor Company, is ,a T New SWEET
for diagnosis was $35. '_ very commendable project, and deserves the wholehearted CHEESE S8UE.4rolls
I This device is the "Drown machine," for the late support, and cooperation of the public., 29cP
'Dr.Ruth Drown, a Loa Angeles chiropractor., In Chicago the Not only in Bradford County,but'throughout-the_Nation___, tat
'demand for Drown treatments is so heavy that is this'worthwhile movement ,
patients may going on. A record Number JIM DANDY
wait months for an appointment: The machine, is Is claimed, of 14,531 teams participated in the junior baseball

"not. only diagnoses treatments but cures to any distant disease patients.it detects The, and federal even.horlwaves" I teams last year registered, and it is this believed summer..that there will be at least program 16,000 2 for 29C GRITS 5lb29 c "53 3!

government has denounced the apparatus as "a fake and I Arnold Finnefrock.. ,
t(I a aports> editor of. the Florida Times
fraud, and has. filed! suit! against the'Drown business. I I Union, in commending the junior baseball ,
yvnotner' electrical gadget, the "Estemeter," has been lout that of the movement points
i many leading'
players in the
used by for its big leagues to ARMOUR'SMTLK,,'
many supposed "revitalizing" .. day have ,
effects. Its I Ii' come from the ,
ranks;,of' the American Legion TROPICAL
creator, Dr. William jun- .
I i' Estep was barred from practice i in ior teams. Altogether, there are more than 200
Florida on grounds that his diploma was fraudulent. Recent, of American Legion ball in graduates '
ly Estep was in court on medical-quackery charges. is estimated that there the'major leagues today,,and it
are more than TOMATOENO.
3,000
in the
The. "Magic: Spike" a metal cylinder: the size of a cigarette loops. minor
is alleged to effect cures when attached to one's cloth- The'local
ing. :The cylinder holds Legion Post has arranged the junior baseball .
a tiny glass vial filled
with
maker calls "Vrilium Catalytic Barium Chloride," and what Is said its Thursday program so afternoon that home games will be played here every '1 TALL
to emit healing rays for the relief of ailments when stores are closed for the usual C
many So half holiday.
This
convincing is
being done
has! been Magic Spike's for the convenience of the .
promotion that prominent public and it is
Chicagoans,. including former Mayor Kelly, hoped that all sportloyers will take advan- "
who have paid $300 and for are among many tage of this opportunity to> see the juniors in action. 29
it There
up mythical benefits. It has is no admission 2 2
minis"no curative trot ioriTClever value whatever," says the Food and Drug Ad an afternoon of good charge, clean-so fun.take'the entire family out for jCANS. 19

( quacks are difficult to combat Miss\ Browning All that is asked of the public is "moral" support. All I
says: for they know," how to avoid acts of malpractice which and financing the and other details are ask en care of CANS'You
Ford
could Motor
bring them afoul of the law. Patients Company a public sseevice.But
are urged to is desired that it
check physicians who propose to treat them, through local they have the boys have. a good crowd to play to when .
their
medical home
societies or accredited hospitals, and to avoid all chances games -so be sure to come out and the
who claim to possess a "secret" treatment. i life. are you'll discover you're having' the time of your Get What' Adverted

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BRAOFOItD COUNTY 1ZLEGEfl.: "AI1KE, FLOIIm.- .. TURP0KW
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urday afternoon. I: Am Clerk nf Mid Court. la Ctrc.lt Court Braaforel ('...t"'. Nellr .. tateatlav. ta He.letrrFletltloae Circuit Court of T"ra"lfnr* at I'tt.' ,.... Florida", thin Jan tT. IfSA.OFFICIAL. .
Cpl. Marvin Tetatone of Virginia Ry haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I Ftorldai I. 4'......F. Na.. Florida. ..ao l'"o"nt7'1 ( !BKAL.; ) A. i. TbomaW
visited friends and relatives here HAMPTONBy Atty. for Pit. .-M 4t 7-14 John F. Hack Plaintiff a. Elsie' 8, Notice I I. hereby given that theunderalaned. A.* Clark ef aM Court.
Hack, Defendant.. ; ; Case }.to. 7051. under tha provisionsof By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
ast weekend. I. rtrealt ("... .... t....for. (.....F. Order Of Pakllratloa Cad Nolle ToAaae Chapter IOD6S. laws of Florida, la CircuIt Court.. Dr.dford ( ....F. (Chaa: H Hess I04-0t GuarantY
....
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Mr rlerle-ai .. < ......1'. -r. arATH OF Acts of 1(41 will register with the Klaridai la ( .1' Life Pulldlnav. jacksonville. Florida,
M.
C.
Mrs. Green M,.. '.. .,
Ipe Earl Sweeney ..
Mary ; "r'I'j;:: : Dorothy M. .n" Plaintiff, "
1v Fred NaBBlf. Plaintiff ".. Sadie! And Klele. 8. Hack, whose ; Clerk. of the Circuit Court In and Atty. for Pit -0 It TNOTICH -.t
Green and two daughters and Mrs ". NaaBtf rtftfendant Case No. 7557. : 102-OH<<' Sldth Street lf.llalrel for Pradford County I Florida' theflctltlouw Ovrll Tannr Defendant. Caas No. -
tUrr 451 Paaltoatlaa A.. M.tlre Ta !.L.:1f Inland I New Turk: name of ('onway.i.ibbyFlyIng : 71n.
l\Oa"t Ernest Edwards and son were in (Items left from ._.. Order Pattllratloa Natlr' t.A. .
ielnrrnumbt over laM "" vk.) A. UTATK UK rUOHIUl Talftrii You are on1 Service under which we areenaaTed a* aa *
atwelnpr required to and creditor*
people ,.. .. appear ... >... ar TK4IP KI.OHIIIA tel Notice: to debtor
ABBad
of Gainesville Thursday of last week. Naaalf. Whose .Ide" July 17 1950. In the above named and doIng business at Con.way i of the estate of IJIIIan Mr Cloawer -
held at Saxon-Mlnton and address la to Anxbury. Street, Court .and caunewherein plaintiff Airpark. Klarko! Bradford Cecil .r.r.n"nthhC ** resIdence' andaddrea file.
rout Mr*. Hershet Layfield and chll- Lawrence. 1II..hu..lt.. a. AVP Co.. Ft << Dodd. deceased to yourtlalm
The eeka divorce. Bradford County Tel.eirraph County, Florida, that the said buIneBa *- eatate with B.K :.
marriage of Mrs. aalnat the
honRime' Kate
Friday night, dren of Gainesville, and Mrs. Edgar Mln- You arc required tu appear on shall publish this order In IB owned and operated by the Lewis, Washington: IVrryman County Judge of Bradford -
a ke ot Frederick,: ton to B. Y. Saxon, both of Hampton J.S'! 24. 160 In the above named next four weekly l.nuee.Wlineea following Interested iartiee' You are required. to appear on County Florida, within. aijrnt.
Wilkinson and Mrs. Grover Moore Cour and cause, wherein plaintiff Conway, "Stark, Florida: th
took lace last hand and oRUrial. neal Lacy July Slat. tPftO In above namedCourt I I IS) calendar. rrontha from the firstpublication
my
_11 were MIai and son Buford. of Starke, visited Friday morning pn.iCU alvorre. Bradford County Tel- at Slarke, June 14. 1950. Leslie. t.. Libby Stnrke, Florida.6SO and _U... wherein plaintiff of this notice, havlnarclBlniB
aOlt Wilson at 10:30: o'clock In the Methodist irnph shall publish this Order In tl''i.thl.; 4t 7-11 aeeka dlvorre custody .and. eiipportof said claimS
Mr. ( A. J. Thomas, duly sworn to or
IInd Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday. nut lour weekly UwueaWltneaa ,
minor rhIM Fradfnrd CountyTelegraph
tWill will be barred by Statutes of UmItatlon -
Waldo Aa Clerk
at of
parsonage with the Rev. aald Court.
former resident: A large number of people from my hand anti official seal By Haven ( OTIt.1' TO ltlII'atflS shall publish this I *. This June nth, 1560.Feds'ck .
Crosby Clerk.
I y 111 a here H. T Foley officiating. Mrs. Sax. t Rtarke, FlorUU, this Jane 12. 1K60OFFICIAL. Deputy Notice la hereby given that theitoard nest four weekly 1..11. ord.'I'I" Kxecuton10
Dodd,
been, ( Thomaa; Uandrum, Starke, Florida. J.
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and hM here attended the funeral of Mrs BEAD A J. Ih';. for Plf. 7-7 of County Commlnalonera of -xvltnenB mv hand and official Meal II 4t 7-lv
on was becomingly gowned In i-H 4t -
Blends andM. As Clerk or Bald Court. __ Bradford Coiintv. Florida will
visiting\ Minnie Harrell at New Hope church Navy blue crepe with white accessories By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk. la Circuit E'ear'turadferd ceive ceded bid;* until; August tr.7, -

Sunday afternoon.Mr. Att)'. for Pit. t-n 4t 7.14 Florldai. la Co..ty. A. D. 1D.10 at 10:00: o'clock' A,M. for
and wore a charming shoul. baarerr.
the purchase of an office cafe to beapproximately
Meetingf and Mrs. Earl Green and der corsage of white carnations. I. Circuit ("... .t. B........ CaaatrVrlarlat I Knld Heward Mel H>er. HarkIne Plaintiff, v*. (3" x" la" x 10" InIde .
Defendant
s. la 4 liaaeerr.ere Harklne. .. dtmenalon of an outside tray
children, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green Case No.
monthly W.M.S. Immediately following the ser- (' Jinse. Plaintiff ve. Willie 7940. fInish and to be approved by the .
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) held at thet and Mrs. Mary L. Green visited emony. Mr. and Mrs. Saxon left on J..n.. Defendant. Case Nn ?SIt. Order of Pabllralloa tad.. N" el Ice Ta l nderwrlter1. LaboratorIes .. affordlnar -
ting was Order Of Pakllratlea And V.tlc T* ABPear.K OF .....nIlA TOIHoward not lea than two hour fire
Tuesday! afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Dukes a wedding trip to Hompano. Friend ,.......... "'"'TH ...''' El.ORIDt. Tel p. Harkine, whose residence protection. .
Invited Sunday: afternoon.Mr. and relatives attending the mar. Willie Jones Whose reBUMMice andddreBB and ..hlr... IN K9-61 Sloth Btreet Safe Interior shall "he provided ae IHUNDREDS
are urgently .. In Hi Court Street Went I Bellalre New York per. approval plan on file. In officeif f
? The next: and Mrs. G. W. Davis and tinge nuptials :were Mrs D. W. Cincinnati. Ohio: I I You are required\ to appear on the Clerk of the Circuit ('nUr!. p .
ta meetings. children enjoyed fishing at Lake 3ohn Mr. July 17. I 19&0. In the above named. Minor deviation. therefrom will beacceptable
the home of on, and Mrs. George Sax-, You are required tft appear on Court and 65
wherein .
be held in July 14. 1160 In the above named cause plaintiff BO lona aa they do not of details are managed and economically -
City last weekend. on Mrs. J. seeks .
Tuesday. July W. Home, Mrs. M. C.! Court and caune. wherein plaintiff divorce. Bradford County Tol.exraph alter the ajeneral arrangement and

j I Martin.i III Invited. Mrs. R. J. Waters I Is visiting: Sweeney, and Mrs Claude May of' seeks divorce shall ilradford h f.ouO'.r.el\: \- next four shill! weekly.publish tfliiuca.this Order In must Int.I..r.'Include the main sections vf theDone _:l)1) attended that only a trained and

yone relatives in Greensboro for a few! Hampton: Mrs. Gordon Myrlck irraph next four weekly publish insucs.Witness Wltneee. my hand and official' seal and. ordered by the Board of IP when'the
Rtarko Florida thla June 14, 1950.toiciAt. Ydj careful organization can attend
relativescently. ..trl..I.I..aI County ( mmlHBlonerw of Bradford %
Pompano Mr. and Mrs. hand and i
visited \ ; Ernest my RAL
Gay days. $ ) A. J. Thomas, .
.
.t Starke. Florida. thin June 19, I 50OFF.CIALi County, Florida, on June ft, A. L) i
Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Williams and Dowling Sr., Starke; Mr. and Mrs ( NEAL A .1. Thomaa.A Rp Haven A. Clerk of said. Court. It50'A. urgent need' for serving is at
Crosby, Clerk
Deputy J' .THomaa, Clerk
Lee Waldo. Clerk of said Court.
Geiger
Mrs T W. Markey children and Mr. and Mrs. Bart Py Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk.. T.Atty.Frank for Landrum rif. Slarke,.U, Florida 4t 7-1, (SEAL) lI-ao tt 7-7 hand. i,

and Starke on Waters and of Dundee visit: Atty. for 1'1'n 4t 7-14
mesvlile son Mrs.
Fred Dodd had charge of Nell. vf Appllratlna. foe Tee need ,
relatives here the 4th.! '. Clrralt. ("..... Bradford Toaaty, Notice la hereby given that W. r!
ernoon. ed through the devotional study at the Ladles I. Clrvatt Coart. Hradtera1. (...tr, Fiends la ('....... following i
.1' BlblfV the holder of the
y Thomas of Jackson- Mrs. R. C. Jackson and daughterof Council on Wedneeaday afternoonof Florldai Aaron I. Cfcaaeerr.'hlllls Plaintiff. vn Vernon! !, Baxter M Hhlelile, Plaintiff va. Vlr- certificates has filed ealil. certlflcatea DcWITT C. JONESPhone
.
d I her sister, Mrs. T' Tampa visited Mr.' and Mrs.C. .' last week,whlch was held In Aaron.. Pefendant.. Cane. No. 7954.tied. ,N....'"jajj. tlhlll: Defendant Case thereon for The a tax certificate deed to be numbersand leaned 7 'Starve" Fla.
Nolle Tatpprar.
Of PaallrailiiM And
S. Kelley last week. I the home of Mrs. Order of Pabllcatloa Aad Nette Ta
ridajr. May Sweeney.The "T.'TH OP Vl.Oltlll* Tei ..... years of Issuance the dearrlp
A. '
OI-ATH OF PLO1IIUA, Tol
,Ira B. F Gano were In.hopping" Mrs..T S. Mann and daughters topic was "Incidents in the .Vernon addrea Aaron la unknown who*.* residence and Virginia C. Hhlelde. whoan resitlenesact lion In which of the It property was ur /and' "ire the aa tiume'...I.! Funeral Director Ambulance Service :t tOur
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Saturday Theney[ and Mildred were dinner! Life of Peter. ddrem. la Route 1, MartlniIlle Iowa:
Too are required ta appeal on \lrslnlai '
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quests of Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw' Otto Hicks, Jr., had charge of 'uly 14. 1060 In the above named You are required. to appear on Certlfluate No.A. 110, 1045.Year *or>.. '*. local funeral home enables oa to offer convenience as4
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May ;
ance <
A. Crosby of Stark of La Crosse Sunday.Mr. Baptist services last Sunday In Court aeeke divorce and cause. Bradford, wherein County plaintiff Telegraph Court July 14 and, 1050...u.In..lbs wherein above plaintiff.named tlim of property:' K*+ of .. olSB(4. aorvlces not otherwise available. "I'

nd Mrs. Pete Parrish and Mrs. D. L. Shaw Mr. the absence of the pastor, the Rev.R. next four ehall weekly publish issues thIs., Order. In seeks graph divorce.shall t ::'horh County. Tel-' liana. Section II Rant II,containing Township <10 South acresmore I
p Order innext F4sms 'Sn rsS St I'SSSSSSSSSsssS Ss55 rt S rr
C. who la lee In which -
and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Mrs. J. D. Shaw of La'CroBlle Gray. holding a revival Witness my haad and "ttl..I.I..l.t four weekly Issue.. Ernest or *Dell.Certificate assessed

and Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Shaw and' meeting In Wauchula. Next Btarke. Florida this June to., 1910.ornciAL WItness my hand and official aeal : We furnish the highest type service at lowest, prices an4 '
id. 9EAL tRtarke.' No. '4 Year of IBBUance -
June 17.
1550.
: > A. J Thoma
andy Evelyn of Ziff Section were supper Sunday, J. T. Creel of Tampa will ( Aa Clerk or said Court. tl''i3hl.: A. J. Thomas. May II. A. 1>. 194It Dencrlptlon accept ANT life\ Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANTcompany. '\ \
Mn. Abe Cronby be the Haven Clerk. A. Clerk of saId Court. I of property;: lot.l 9 S 10 ft. '
guest speaker Ry
visit-' guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. s:Minn Croaby. Deputy Haven of Lots II. 14 of IIIK Peek'BAddition aa payment In part or In full on funeraL ..
D" .
of Jacksonville If. O. Brown tltar ., Florida.Atty. Crosby Deputy S Sunday evening. Mrs. Roscoe May of Joseph K. Oraham to Clarke, Heel Town \ carries Washington\ for Plf. -13 4t 7-14 Oons.ultat4on& no obligation. >
week- .r. '
last .r"ylll.JJ : .
Gainey SI N.m.In
.. eaat
P. Hit I Id Inn, Florida, .hip' Bouth. Range
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Mr. and Mrr. O.. B. Colson and D. C., joined her husband here for. I. Clrral Co.r$. Bradford:: Ceaatr.Florida Atty. for Pit. S-SI
granddaughters, Margaret and DIanne a visit with Mr. and Mis. Horace t la (-Naaeorr.Ellxaheth No. 1S1.' Year of IBBU-.
A. Brown Is spending Davis Clarke, Plaintiff. a- Clrc.lt (.0.. ... Bradford (_..rr. ance May II. A. D. 1148 Dencrlp-.
tnTilghman Colson visited Mr. and Mrs. May, last weekend. She had been v'>. John Clarke, Defendant. Cae. "lorldai la f ....... ___ -- h_ lion of f..t.rtll tot 18> Indian
s with. her cblldren E. C. Long of Raiford Sunday.Mr. visiting. relatives In New Orleans No. 7954. < I Charles K. M"rllnf Plalntlf" ve. Heach la : dectlnna III A 54. ,
(lypsie l Martin, Township .South.; Range 22 ila.t.
and Mr..'Wilson Green and La. Order O( PeblIrutlea AsS "NeIl.' ... 'I.App. .NO.Im.la Section I
Dvrendnnt Cane and 1, iwnhlp
of Gainen- visited relatives in Branford ..,. MTATH' OP" .. .,ORID-' Tot Order of P.bllratloa. end Notice toAppear. South, Ran* II K .t, andcontaining
children Guests\ of Mayor and Mrs. and 'a..r.
Doug.las John Clarke whnee residence .
? Nl-AI-K OF FI.OHIIIA' tat *n more nr lee*
i her parents Me. and, Sunday. Hardy last week :were Mrs. Al- ddrein la 1489 East Avenue, New (l.vpnle Kmhrlne McHale Martin, Name In which assessed. : unknown.All I

Mott Monday. : Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters betra Hodge.and four children of York You ta are. N.-Vequlred Y.l to appear on whoee inowni:residence and address la un- County,of of saul Bradford.properly State lielnr uf In Flor the Free Free!

Mrs. J. P. Baxter were, Janet and -Jayne, visited Mr; and South Carolina. On Sunday Mr. July 24. 1A50 In the above named, You are required to appear on ida.

lit Saturday. i I itrs. O. W.. Barry Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Hodge and Court seeks' divorce anil :cause and, wherein restoratIon plaintiff of I July(* Slat and, 1960 cause In, wherein the above plaintiff namedoitrt UnlesS shall. such be certificate redeemed. or accorillnirto rertlflnttea -

F. Hazen of Stark.' and Mrs. -H. D. Lynn of B. I* Hinson attended a family reunion maiden name. Bradford County* Telegraph seeks dlvorc llradford County Tel- law the property described. In
John Cone ehfell publish thU Order In arraph shell pullieh this Order In much certificate or certificate* will
Mrs.
jicoochee visited and Mrs. i .
Mr. I
other.. in Tampa.Mr. .
next four weekly Imiuea.Wttneea neat four weekly Inane.. he Bold to the highest, bidder at the
I 0.....W. Barry last weekend and and Mrs. Henry Johnson and I my hand and official seal Witness nty hand and official Real Courthouse door on the first Monday
and at Htarke, Florida this June SI 1950.IOFFICIAL' at srarke Florida this June 17. 1950.OF1"iCIAi. ( .In the month of AUKIIBI.. I9 SO,
Ira T. W. Markey attended the funeral of Mr. Lynn'ssisterinlaw lion of Ohio have been visiting Mr. EAL> A. J. Thomas, ( HEAL A. J. Thomun.Ae which I I. the -*th day of August IIDaled July 22nd 3:00 P.M.
Mae Aa Clerk of maid. Court. '.,
I. Mrs. Clara Mr. Brady Harrell and Mrs. Dan Johnson. The John- Clerk of said ( ..rt. &0. :
: ty' Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk. By Haven Croaby, Deputy ClerkAtty. thl. Slrd day. of June, 1950. .
nn Ray and daughter at New Hope Sunday. sons formerly resided here.. T. Frank I.andruni, Btarke. .Florida. for Plf. -30 4t T-21; (SEAL) A. J. Thorn**, Clerk of .

of Mobile Ala., enjoyed Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and Mrs. Ida Myrick of Pompano returned Atty. for Plf. -S3 41 7-14 .
I. ('Ircalt ( sse6lirsdtard_ ('o..t y, ,
temoon at Hampton children enjoyed the 4th of July to her home last week after .. Circuit C.... r.. Hntdferal Ceantr.Florida Florida, la ( ......F. ..... h_ a ftA CO
at Silver Springs. I. < kaaeery.Wllma W. \v. Hllcox: Plaintiff v... Lillian PHIL
a brief visit with Mr. and Mr Miller Andernnn Plaintiff Save Time Work
Rleanor l4l1c. ". Defendant. Caee No. ,
rlti Rabbit of Jackaon- Dukea Goolsby of Miami visited Eugene Birt.Maurice "... Yiiel r'. Anderson. Defendant. 73.irder.

and Mrs. Roy Howard I relatives here and attended Lee, of Flint Mich., Is Can Order.* No.Of P 751.bllrml' .m Ami 'retire TeAppear. of. NTATH PoMlc.ll OF FI.OIIIIIA sad Netlc tal taAppear. : and Money MAHOGANY CABINET .

le visited their mother church at New Hope Sunday.L. spending a month here with his iir/tTH OF KLOIIIU1 Tel Lillian Eleanor: Bllena, whone reeldence -
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last weekend. Tuel C. Andereon whoM residence and. address last known
Howard
L. Parker and Mead Lewis grandfather, John H. Parker. and address In. 1608 Madllon "Htreet oakll.ndIMor: Court Oakland Calfornla 1.1
Of Your
Mrs. Malcolm..Lewls were in Gainesville Monday. MndlKon./ WisconsIn: [ Pounds
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Archie G. Eiland of You are required to appear on You .are requIred to appear on ,
Mri
parentS Sandra Mott hae returned to 9 Television SetYou
Homosassa were weekend visitors Julr 24 1060 In the above named July MM, 19QO In the above named' Laundry Done In
of Femandlna Sun- her home here after visiting with Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff'
here. L. D. Eiland returned with eeeke divorce and restoration of seeks. dlviirce.. Bradford County, Tel-1!
relatives In High Springs several them for a visit. maiden name. Hradford County Telettrnph irraph' shell puMlHh this Order 111 Onl> .
of people from here lava. shall. ptihlliih thin Older In next four weekly leHiiea. '
Miss Joann Oliver of New York next four weekly Ueuei.Wltneea Witness. my hand and official. seal
hurch at New Hope Little Misses Margaret and DIanne my hand and otn..t.I..al. at Stark Florida I thla I June 211. 1950.OIFlCiAl. Minutes. It Is
II. Colson of Starke spent Sunday' City has returned to her home after at Prnrke, Florida. this Juno 10. 1950.OFFICIAL ( HKAI.) A .1.. Tholnn", i iAa I .
week' visit here with rela. ( BEAD A. J. Thomas, Clerk of said C'ourt.I
a Wnstied Spotlessly -
al boys journeyed toille night and all day Monday f A a Cleric of saul. Court. FI" Haven Croehy. Deputy Clerk 40

N. C.,, where they with their" grandparents, Mr. and tives. By Haven Crosby, Deputy ("I..rk.Carlo. Green A tlreen. "Htarke Flold"j Clean-Ready ,", '
ton W. ? -
Jerry Wadsworth, of Gainesville B. Harper Uplverelty Atty. for I'It. l-ao I
.d. ( Mrs. G..B.vColson.Mrs.Relta A Ventl", .S.h'/lII8 FI".Ia, To Iron I must register at our store lobe eligible
> EnJrndd was the ftt of relatives recently. ..*. < 1.tt ,
gu tIn .
Mrs: Wilson Brown of High Springs AU,. for Plf. I. (Irralt ( ....... Bradford C'o. ",
The Rev. Mrs. W. A. Scott Florldai la ( aaavrrr.Bnter .
MIIII Hean Atkinson I. visiting her daughter and son- I and Clreal r".... Bradford County', Van Sickle William-. PlainIff. I to pa tldpate. .
of Starke were Saturday supper la Cbaaeery.Nathaniel Cents la :All It
InesviUe shopping Sat- n-law here, Mr. and Mr. L. A. Florldal va. Woodrow Wllllania, Deendant C
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- P. Harad. Plaintiff vi. Cane. No. 7971.
Bertha B. Mathere Eared, Deisndant. Drier of r..,"........ ead Settee taAppear. C
Mott.Mrs.. teroon. ('sic No 79)8, /TATH OF .....0111'"( las 40 Cobtsl! Try Our
V. V.- Hazen of ,
Starke Order Of Publication Aad TTotlce ToApeeejr. Woodrow Wllliama, whiiee renldence .
vlaltedliere Sunday. STAIN Of "*'.'UU''A 1OIBertha and .dd'..... la unknown!
Florida Now Ranks E. Mathere Barad whom You are required, to appear on Service Soon!
ARD'SuJj Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell and residence and addrena la 105 !St.; July .1... 1960. In the above named '

children are spending this week Twelfth In Beef Mark Avenue Hall I). ApartmentA Court and cause. ,, wherein plaintiff
Brooklyn New York' divorce. Bradford County Tel.
seeks
with Mrs.! Sowell's parents. Mr. You are required. to appear on esraph shall publish this OrderIn C. H Nasworthy General Supplies

and Mr. J. D. Dukes In Kings. Cattle IndustryFlorida's July 17. 1150. In the above named. next four weekly lenueii.Wltneea .. The Washeteria ,
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I my hand and official I seal
.tree, S. C. seeks divorce. ,hf.ouJI.ell: : at atarke. Florldit. thla June ID, 150.OFFICIAL. .. 19S-J
beef cattle numbers ; E. Call St. Starke I'hone
erraph. shall publish ( 8WAL.) A. J. 'I'homs. 825 Temple Avtiua
... Roger! Date Ray ore estimated at 1,100.000 &1of next four weekly l..uee. Aa Clerk of said Court.
Witness my hand and "11I..1.1..1 Clerk.Atty. .
Deputy
By Haven Croaby,
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Ray announce January 1, moving the Sunshine at Hiarke Florida till* June 14. l 6flOFFICIAL for Plf. 4o 4t 7-II
birth state from thirteenth to twelfth ( BBAf.) A. J. Thomas.; -, --
the of a son, Roger A. Clerk of said Court __ -" __ .. 11
Dale, June 24th.NEW In rank among the 48 the Florida fly Haven Croeby Deputy Clerk.Ray 1 .L

State Cattlemen's Association re Belden Reldm Building Day-

... boa neach Florida
port Attyn for Fit. -U 4t 7-7
Total cattle number In Florid.are'"t _
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la Cln-alt r'art. Hraafard Coyalr.Florida }
RIVER at 1392.000 head comparedwith la Caaaeerr.Lnrene .

I for reliable 1,167,000( a year ago, accord. Lee I'eterman. Plaintiff Case No.v.. New Ail-Time Record Users Now Buying
drugat Defendant
BY 1101", TE. A. Sapn Ing to U.S.D.A.. estimates. Total I I>av* Peterinan ,

needs worthwhile value of cattle on farms at the older Of Pahllratloa A..d nice* ToAppear. ..
STATH' UK KI.OHIO 1 "
We pride ourselve onJwii .Rev.' Ernest Pickering of Jacksonville first of 1950 :was 99667.000 compared have' Peterman whose reBldeni
with $93,863,000 a year ago and address I I. unknown: A DAY !
preached at LongBridge You are required to appear on 1530 CHEVROLET TRUCKS
emu-mean which Christian Church Monday night... Florida displaced New Mexlct July 17. 1950 In the abov. named

In rank as a beef cattle state, ant Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
every' enjoyed the message .. Telearaph .
tingle preacrlp- Everyone seeks dlyo' .. Bradford County
and Invited him to come again comparative taandinga reflect I r 1 shall publish thU Order In
UL number of shifts the firs next four weekly 1o"lIe. ;
among
Mr, and Mrs. Dick Carroll and Witness m" h..n". end omol.I..I(

boys and Mrs. Nlta Powell and thirteen: I at ttlsrki', Flrila" this' June 5. 1950.torFICIAL. :
Rank State Beef Cattle $nAt..) A. .1. Thomas
PHONE 79 boy Larry and Terry all of Jacksonville A. Clerk of said "out. _

|wnu Starke visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1 Texas 6,700,000 By' Haven Cr 'loby. Deputy Clerk -,
Pie.I were
2 Iowa 3,200.000 A; J. Thomas, Jr., fl1.'k.'I! Florida 7iI.
Ira Merltt Sunday. ALt)'. for rif. 4t .
3 Nebraska 3100.000 -

MIA Cosette Sapp of Jackson .4 Kansas 2700.000 Clrealt' C'....., B,...... ("....,. "

ville'scent Wednesday night and Fisridal Ia ( '/i.tnllft. .
5 S. Dakota 1.800.000 Robert E. flehitfl: n He1n I

Thursday with her parents Mr. 6 Missouri 1,700,000 | Mis Doeblln Defendant. Case .

and Mrs: E. A. Sapp. 7 Illinois 1.600,000 N.Order.. 79U.01 Publication Cad W.tler TA .. ,

Mrs. Julia Starbird of Annpks 8 Oklahoma 1.600.000 .....'. r A'I'.1 Uf .......HII.* "'0'I.I.n .. '\'

I is spending several day. with her 9 .Montana 1500.000 } addreea Ma. Doel.lln Ic "Sunny whoM Dip resiienreand ", .higher '" .. '
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sister Mrs. Rhoda Dowling. 10 Colorado 1400.000 Wheatley Farm. Pacomfia Hilda.Exter. .. I.. 'J'I< ,;. \
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Knrland.You : .
Miss :Jonnle.Frances Crews and 11 California 1300.000 Devon.are required to appear on io1IIO! I .J' "1' '
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Miss Carolyn Crew. are enjoying 12 Florida 1,100.000The July 17. 11(0 In the above namedCourt ,
and c......, wherein plaintiffaecks "
Youth for Christ Camp Meetingat average value of Florida divorce. Bradford, County Tel

Swan Lake thla week. Folks cattle dropped slightly from $74.- graph shall publish this Order In
four weekly !ieeuee.
from Long Bridge visiting this 20 a year ago to $71.60, offsettingto next Witness my hand and am..I.I..al

the Fourth Mr. and the cent Increase FloriIa this Jane S 1960. C
camp were some degree per TOFFIC.A i. SEAL) A. .1. Thomas.As ; .

Mr. Stafford Crews, Mrs. Fronts in value reflected in' the Clerk, to' said "o.t.. ,

and But Florlda's' drop T>_ Haven Croeby. clerk .
Moody Mrs. Truba Hodges 1949 figures. Kay Helden, ilelden. Bultdlns;., Dayton \ ..

son, Delaran, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan in value of 3.5 per cent during 19-1 ea.. Florida. ., .

Sapp. Mr. and ,Mrs. Gurney Crews 49 was less than half as great Atty. for Pit. --....:... -U 41 7I -, ,,\ ,

and Mr.. Calvin Williams the national decline of 8.8 per ("',.. Co. .rt. Hradferd Ce..tr.
W. and all ether'Chevrolet '
I'isrldai IS ( baaeerlleorge .
and cent.I. .
and Harold Shiver
Mr.-:: Mrs. ( iteisen PlaintIff. vs -- S

boys-of Gainesville visited Mr. and Paula V"R. Defendant.. .CaeOrdeVof :. Dealers have) delivered' )
...
(Irr.l* C'. Hradfard Ceaaty. 4
Mr. Bud Moody Tuesday and all) ..1..1.... .. ..Csm?. .... AsS ,.,.11.. TAptearT .S.t t. -a- 40,001 Chevrolet trucks-on average .
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1'1.lntl" 'Vie.tinla SrATIfl TOPiol S "
James R. TFI. or FLORiDA
enjoyed a picnic on Sampson Lake. "' .
? Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wetter of R. Tyler. Defendant.. Case No.eel. .. Van R.I.le .reylinge., whose, Laan realdenc IIA.e..nll..lm. "': w of 1530 a day-In a tingle! month!" '

_.p.___ Jacksonville visited Mr. Wester'sslater 0...... Of ."TA".I'....".......' Aa FLORIDA* ..._T.T. and address. Holland:to appear oIl __ _,l 'rho,', an c-ilme!! aU-fnduttry! record that
are required "I iIk.-

1.GTON. A$4jwjj Laurice..Mrs.Conner Ira Merritt of Jacksonville Sunday. and Virginia'addrea R.* Tyler I. Rout who.11.. ,.Bo.Iden.. 14* I Court"uTul1 and. mo.eanae.in the wherein above plaintiff named r no other truck oven approaches. That's the best


visited .Mr. and Mrs. Pledger "'.. ou10 are. retired'to appear. on I e seeks.rapn.1"0.ehall....publish Bradford this County Order Tel la possible "buy-sign" sign for you. It tells you that "

':MAcmI John Saturday. July 24 and 19BO.".U.In..th.wherein above. plaintiff namedCourt next Witness four weekly m" lueuee.dBlemrli1. scsiat Chevrolet trucks are flnt In user preference because '

,Guests of 11. 1.. Johns and family leek* dyor| *.. Bradford County 1.1graph 1I.k.. Florida. this June U.IUOOJ'rIC.A1. -
; shall p..bll.h this Order inneat .. FEAt) A. J. Thomas.Aa.Cierlt they're first In vats,.. It tells.. you that Chevrolet trucks
f flOi. Saturday and Sunday were I Iou ....k I" I..u. ( .. said Court
I hand and .."1..1.1.1 CI.k the leaders on all kinds of roads for all .
'Prial mounting Mr*. 8. O. Stephson and daughters Witness m" By' Haven Croaby Depot" are proved

'.._&les smth cue,, Mr.: and Mrs. M. W, Murray and I at(OFFICIAL i4Crk.. 'I'J': ::' "i.hl.: A.June J. I l'homsa.Au ?, 1950.; T Atty.. Frank toy Landrum.Pt.-. "tarlie. *-,'*Florida fl i-I d -- kinds, of ,loads. .It. tells.. you that Chevrolet trucks will S

lad -.... children Netta and Wesley and Clerk of said Court.
10 L l"nicII MarcH, Croeby Deputy Clerkrf. flrevl* f..r ....fere1 Ce..ty. haul your goods more miles at less cost per mile.
ebo.d .." Mr. and Mrs. 1... Strewn all of Life I. .
O. ... R. He**. 104-OS Ouaraaty Fleridal I. ...F. ,
low price -AND'' Tampa ItulidInf. J..k.on"m. Florida] Stay Palmer, 5rT PI.laUrt. T... Ni'aPaiv'Ier. Come In and get all the money-saving faclslism1 I
'-II ft 7.1. C. No. 7.1
'ace .
Pit. r"'f.n4.n& _
-SEE IT Mr. S nd Mrs. Pete Sapp and AltJ' for O. .......,..... A" ...- T. l S "b..AeJf 5Smsd a. _lei -. ./.. Whx. 565 .- ,

DAYI AiltI, baby of Palatks. visited Mr. and |. rireaK C..... Bradford Caaaty,. Order A........ IITATM OF rl.4>mi'* TO I J "'H seatS. 1M uSeS. Sires *fe -tlssie.ADVANCED1S1GN "

1If r""I.//,lt/H, Ultl Mrs. E. A. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. ;EH: t" (Benson.kC1.PI..llItll'. .Case.... Nina I Oakland Palmer Avenue whoa .residence Charlotte Ittt 1 t1L..5. L .._....'" 1
I. Der.nd.nt.
99,999.99 .
Ira Merritt Sunday through Tues- 1I.n.on. North Carolina '
Oft
4G. )549.DVCCC .. .. ,. .F.4pp Toe are required t. appear. ;
day. o. Peb1'I.. .1 In the ."".. named TRUCKSTORODE
July
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01" .oB.04 1' and"a"... wherein plalntlf
STAT
M. L. Johns did his neighborly "- lisnuon ", Coe. residence Court Bradford County Tel
C.
ord deea last week when he took Mrs. and Ruth address I. 1101 Ittb Place. JlJ" seeks s.aph di.nrrs.shall publish this Order I.

Countylegraph Jessie Lee Lazenby to Starke ".You....11I.are. Maryland required t.PP.." on melt Witness four weekly my band I..u.cad ..tII"l.l.,1 CHEVROLET CO.

when her washing machine broke July 14 1590.cause.In tIi.h..ln. .aiwYve plaintiff namdCourt a. It.ark.. rl.lda.fOEAL)this A.""n.... Thomas.I 1$. $950OYf1C1A .
and
down, to get. It repaired. : .. divorce.. Bradford County Tel.evph ( A. Clerk ot .&il.' Court
.k.
S I always said a friend In need .h.1I .ubll.h. Issues.Witness this. Order taa.,1 Pt' Haven. C'o..F. _Deputy. 4418 Clerk Cot'enic STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS

was K friend indeed. By the way four roy wukl1'hand and 0"1..1.1..1 Joke i .JIendersOfl.nu., ... 11,.. Florida PHONE 111 ,
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have deed for ,,,., ,Fiorld this June t 1. 155.COFYECIAI. Pit. '-It It 7.1
;you done your good .t k. .. SAL) A. J. Thomae. A liT. for S t

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,. I Miss Betty Anne Flynn Weds James Phillips

In Beautiful Lawn Ceremony Last Saturday

Residence June Caldwell Office Miss Betty Anne Flynn daughter bride's table was Mrs. R. O. Kick'

Ph. State Farm 45 Editor pbone 29 of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Flynnof Jr.

Starke and O. James Phillips The punch table was covered

of Macon, Ga., son of Mr. and with a linen monogrammed clotl
Candlelight Ceremony Unites Miss Thomas Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Sr., of Law and centered with the puncl

And Lavern Outlaw In Marriage Last Friday fey, were united in marriage In bowl surrounded with fern witl! e 7,.
an impressive double ring care tiny white mums placed at inter
--- ----- mony on the Flynn lawn on Jefferson val Presiding at the punt

Street on Saturday after bowl were Mro. A. W. Anderson ti ,, I i1 ".M
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noon, July 1, at 5 o'clock. Jr., and Miss Peggy Wiggins. : S y r.
The Rev L. D. Ha.lnes performed Miss June Caldwell kept th
the ceremony beforea white brides' book. Others assisting

trellis banked with _fern :which were Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght, Mrr
rYN wan flanked on either Bide with Charles Darby Mrs L. G. Powell s aY ,{l
tall white basket holding ar Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mr. W 1

rangementa of gladioli and aster B. Mundy Jr., Mrs. C. H. Nas + ,
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In the presence of friends and i ,+
worthy, Mrs. M. P. Gahagan r Y Y Yyq
relatives. Mrs C. E. Johns, Mrs. O. LBt'uley
Miss Flynn had as her only attendant Mrs. Paul Canova. Mrs

her sister, Mrs. Glenn W. H. Thomson, Mrs. Georgf
Wood, :who served as matron, ef Patten Miss Janet Anderson ..
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YpYrayy 1''e S A n
honor and wore an afternoon Miss Peggie Caldwell and Miss Jc 4,+) arw'
dress of blue chiffon with matchIng
Ann Dlnklns,
accessories. Her picture hat
the reception th
Following
was of blue illusion trimmed with .
bride and left for a wed
pink carnation She carried a' groom ." 1 P'
4o south Florida. Thr
ding trip
nosegay of pink carnation with
matching ribbon. bride traveled In 'a prlnted silV.
dress with Navy accessories. Her
l; The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore an ankle length corsage was of pink carnation

iIM dress gandle of featuring white embroidered a fitted bodice or- Bradford After her high graduation school with from the the I !

a with a low neckline with tiny ed class business of '49,school Mrs. Phillips In Jacksonville attend. 5Tr 7.t'

covered buttons down the front, .
Mr. Phillls 'also graduate L
was
and a full skirt. On he; band N
from Bradford high school with
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she wore organdle mitts. Her
M t 1 I class of '49 and la
; w the now employed -
k fingertip veil of sheerest Illusionfell '
e the Southern = M-
Georgia
I ; by
from a tiara of lily of the val -
i: 3 t ; ley. She carried a cascade of Railroad in Macon, Ga. I
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white asters and lily of the valley. Qn their return Mr. and Mrs

Mrs Flynn, mother of the bride, Phillips will make their home In
: + chose for her daughter's weddinga Macon
i vtl. gown of aqua lace with matching Among the .out-of-town guest
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accessories. Her shoulder attending the wedding were Mrs.
corsage ,was of pink ..carnationsand : Paul Canova and daughters,. Norma 4
rose bud. and Emma ,Jane Mr. and
Mrs. Phillips, mother of the Mrs. T.'J, Davla, Mrs L. M. Gray
groom, wore a dress ,of Navy and Mrs. AH Flowers, all of
chiffon ;with white accessories.Her Gainesville; 'Mrs. Lila Maeger,

corsage was of pink carna Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Ford, Sr., Mrs 'r'Nf u E ,.'
tions.. L. Q. Bute,' Mr., and Mrs Bill P'
9 9a Immediately following the ceremony Hinely and daughter. Pamela xY
'r: ,1'.t \ a reception was held on and Mrs. Elfred Poucher and

the lawn. children, David and Betty Jean, ,
,. it The bride' table which was tfll of Jacksonville; Capt. ant'1 a.

", r.. covered with an Imported lace I Mrs. M.. C. Ford Jr., and daughter An event of unusual beauty was the marriage of Miss the ,camera catches the traditional happy,ending.

'"" cloth was centered with the three '. Suzanne, of Sumter-. C Betty Anne Flynn to O. James Phillips which took place,on In bottom photo Mr. and( Mrs. Phillips are seen de'
tiered
wedding cake surroundedwith Mrs. Elizabeth Read and children-
(" a ruffle of white Illusion and and Bill Prenton of Macon, Ga.; the lawn at the Flynn home last Saturday afternoon.At ing on their wedding trip amid shower of rice 1

r topped with a miniature weddingbell. Mrs. Joyce Futch Mrs. W., F top (left) Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are seen cutting the well-wishing friends.

"j. 't; >fy, On either side of the cake Moore and Mrs. .J. P. Wyrick of wedding cake following the marriage ceremony. At right -Photo by Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop..

.' :>,1' were silver holders with tall Lawtey; Mrs Grace W. Osborne
: white tapers tied with Illusion of: Houston, Texas;; R. G. Kidd
bow. and feverfew. At other Jr., of Eglin Field; Jeanette Me- Shower Honoring Rehearsal Dinner Methodist Circles Their Marriages

points on the table were silver Lendon or Orlando and Mr' W. Bride Of Tonight For Wedding Party Met Monday Take Place Tonight
'. (trays holding Individual cakes H. Thomson, Jr., and daughtersof
mint and nuts. Presiding at the Monticello. Miss Myra Ellen Bowers, of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas'ente Circles of the' Wom n'* Soclet

t, I'' 4"I", "" I Bunnell, whose marriage to Thomas ,tained with a buffet eupper ef Christian Service met on Monday 1

.t., ,. ,\' ,".,l', Marjorie And 'S. T. Schultz I H.i Wadsworth of Hampton will Thursday evening of last week afternoon,,'Jufys;,3.
._ .,,; ...;M.i'. Miss Carrnichael : : their home Water "Street
'(, '_-" ..""- at,, on Mr"-Ma1.detFltI'I"" : <1s end.Mr*. W
,. .,, ,: ';'" '.''......' be :a3'event of tonight (Friday), :
\ n "", ,' > ',__ \\11. Are Married In Lovely Church Ceremony j .I honoring the Outlaw Thdmar, G Hal'e were hostesses! to members
wa the honor at '
!
guest a delightful
wedding party prior to the wed
of Circle One meeting in the educational
Mr.
and Mrs. Laverne Outlaw
are pictured above following '
5k ) miscellaneous shower givenat ding rehearsal.
their marriage here last Friday evening. Photo by -'ti'1 :' ':, ti'r '.1 Hampton Community Hall last I Supper was served from the 'Church The building rooms of were the Methodist brightened ,
Hollywood Camera sit Gift Shop. :. ,
dining table which
was covered
f a...e Friday afternoon. Hostesses 'on with bowl and vase of,lovely

Miss Alma Thomas, daughter chose a gown of blue georgette I ,' ,r-, 1 +' : this occasion were Mrs. C. L. May, I I I with a cloth of white linen, and summer flower
-of Mr. and 'Mrs. B. T-Thomas of crepe. Her corsage was of bronze i ."' ,J ,. centered with an arrangement of !MrBertha' Pearce, circle leader
Mr.. 3. L. Anderson J.I
and Mrs
Starke became the bride of La aster.. ,, -I\ f .54t.F. f seasonal flowers. nreglded over the business! meeting

vern H. Outlaw, eon of :Mr. and Immediately following the ceremony ."t't' 'I' .. Y, -1 C.' Wynn. I Mra. Thomas WItS assisted in Mrs W, E. Middleton gave the
Mrs. city, In a lovely candlelight ceremony the church education hall.; Wi :: : were covered with fine lace cloths S.' Outlaw. man reported on an article concerning

last Friday evening at 7:30: Guest were greeted at the door ,'+.P and centered with arrangement.'\ Those enjoying this affair with Florida' preparation for
o'clock InHhe First Baptltt Church and presented to the receiving of salmon pink gladioli, summer the principals and hostess: Mr. and the Mid-Century White House

The ceremony wa performed by, line by Mrs. F. B. Beard and Mrs. f zinnias and fern. "I I Mr.. :B. S. Outlaw, Sr.. B. S. Out Conference on children and youth
the Rev, Lewis D. Haines, before : M. F. Hazen. In the receiving Miss. Bower, ''attractive in a law, Jr.? Ronald Outlaw Mr: and At the close of the meeting the
an altar banked with native -: line Were the mother of the bride, i white ensemble, wore a shoulder Mr. Paul Sullivan Mrs. S. E: hote..... served a delicious sweet

greenery. On either aide of the bride and groom,'the maid of corsage of white gladioli bud interwoven -.Sparks, Miss Juanita Wilson, Mr. Course
the altar were tall floor basket honor, bridesmaid and the motherof n with satin ribbon. Mr*. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Miss Margaret -,I I i Circle, two, Mrs. t* D. Green
holding arrangement of white the groom. IA h rr a,, ,qu A. :,A. Wella, mother of the bride- Thomas and Mis Doris leader, was entertained at the
gladioli and asters, and graduated The .bride'* tabla.wu covered z'' 1 elect,, and Mrs. G. P. Wadaworth Moncrief. ,! lovely home of Mrs L. D, Vining,,i
candelabra holding burning white I with a lace' cloth and was ''cen ( } mo J her of the prospective groom,I !on West Madison Street, with nine Pictured above la III
taper. tired with three-tiered wedding wore corsage of red rose buds| Birthday Party members present i I Ellen Bowers -of Bunnell, W

Mr.. L. A. Can ova, organist, rendered cake which wa* surrounded with 'Appropriate music wa' played The spacious living room was'marriage to Thomas HaM
a program of nuptial music Illusion and topped with a -miniature during the afternoon by Miss Lu 4 For Janet HardyJanet decorated for the occasion with Wadaworth) son of Mr. aid III
preceeding the ceremony and Miss bride and groom. The cake clle Hall, pianist and a solo "Be- i bowls of zinnia and chrysanthe-I Ii ''O.I P. Wadsworth. Sr, of Ban
Vbncell McOlellon. soloist, of was flanked oft either aide by t.; cause" wee rendered by Miss Nor- Elaine Hardy,daughter of nnima., J I I ton, will be an event cC Uutnlng .'
Gainesville sang, "I Love Thee" tall white tapers In sliver candel Jqt F..Sy F..Syt. ia rPM ma' Sweeney. "Always" was sung Mr.:' and Mrs. J. E. Hardy, ', The devotional service! was beau 1 (Friday) in the First Rtist -
ted her
fGreig), and "Because" 'tdeHarde- abra. At other point on the table a. a duet by Misses Margaret and third birthday celebra"I' tlfully conducted by Mrs. A.,Wood, ,church: of." Bunnell.
on
lot)). The traditional wedding were silver tray holding Individual LticIJe Hall Wednesday June 28,
accompanied by Mr. followed ..
by a paper on "The TrainIng ,.
lawn !
maches were used cake and nut*. The wedding cake Claude May. pianist party at the )home of her "
of Youth
read by Miss Flocenee
I parent on Madison
Street.
,
wa served
Miss Clara ThomaS sister' of by Mrs. Margaret The ,
Wood.
lovely
many gift ;were A color ,
Newaome. I scheme of red white, ,
the bride maid of hon ,}(:
served
a* opened and displayed, after which and blue wa carried out In decoration After a short business session
or. Bridesmaids Mil Klouise The two punch bowl,'surrounded
were pastel Individual
canape iced the
and favors guests were invited
consisted into the
of'
Thomas also a slater of the bride, with tern Interspersed with glad- P cakes and assorted mint were I noise-makers '
and bubble dining room where delicious '.
Miss Doris Moncrief of the State loll, were placed on table on 8f'rved'buffet gum. re-
style. Miss
I The white fre"hment
birthday were -orved.. f
cake
Farm, and Miss Mararet Thomas either aide of the room. At Intervals : May and Miss Peggy SYIVI.I was YP,
: decorated with three The August meetingwfll
mall be
: flags, held
the 4 ;
on tables
of Gainesville, coueln of the bride. punch were ., ved punch
during the afternoon.
01'\ ''
\ red and white in the
Education
ribbon
streameraand |I Building of the
Flower Seleta Thomas dishes holding colored mlnta.ServinI' ""
.
,
girl ;was .1" *W'y Among the out of ,
town guest three red candles In Church.
white d

niece of bride punch were Mrs.- BIwellLawson '' "
the ;
,... .... at this affair were Mrs. L. holder
Mr lP I, '::' \;J' I
Paul '
The groom had a* his best man Raymond. Mrs.Paul { I', lit"';;,1''(' '., t. .)0<"...".:',!:;.........,.... Dupont of St Augustine, .1'1 Refreshment of lee cream. Individual Sl1rT"ri"'e
hi Sullivan and Mia Sue Big a. ,J' "t I Shower .
Bevel OuUaw of
brother. '\ Z. G. Holland of Hastings, Mrs.\ i cake., each
The brMe'. book ,- 'f'P.i i holding a tiny
wa kept by i
<
Gainesville. Usher wer Ronald France Bowers Mr. Lora candle For Mrs.
Mr*. D. L. Thoma Other f"II.I! Bower, and lemonade were enjoyed. Denmark
OuUaw of Jacksonville, a brother in caring for the guestswere assisting "I"'J-" ,...... _I -, ,;,;.. ..... ; _1,, 1.3. and Mr*. Virginia Crew of Bun- by the forty little guest enjoying'
Robert Outlaw, a coualn of I "'"" nell. Mr. A. A. Wells of East thi occasion :with the honoree. I Mr, 8. O. Dnmak wan the'
Center Hill, and D. L. Thomas, Mrs James' Deaver, Mr. .Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shultz are shown here sampling Palatka Mr. Lotta Wadsworth,I t Mr. Hardy was assisted ,':honoree at a surprise stork shower
S. B:. Miss' by
brother of the bride. Miss Sparks Juanita, Maude Thoma, the wedding cake'at the reception-allowing their marriage Mrs.. Betty Taylor'and Mr. Dorothy -, Mr. D. P. Hardy of Hampton' given by members of the local

The maid of honor wore a gownof Dolores McKnlght Wilson and Miss I here Thursday of last week.Photo by Hollywood Camera Carleton of Hawthorn, Mr.. Mr.* Jack Parker Mr. J. K.Doug chapter, of Beta Sigma Phi at ? '

yellow organdie featuring al|I Following the the I A.. Gift- fihmv.- -, Gordon Wadaworth. Jr.. of Galn_ la., Mr*. R. A, Colson, and Mr. I the borne of. Mr*. Merry Beth, ;
fitted bodice with a ,low round',,bride' reception vile Mrs. t. J. Kite, Sr., Mr*.. Ned Yancey. I Smith last Friday evening, ,1.,
]
And left
yoke and tiny puff sleeve and groom for'a two I The marriage of Miss Marjorie The maid of honor choee for her Hogatr- Smith. Mr. Mlddleton: ) : Several games
i week trip to the Smoky Moun, CartnichaeV daughter of Mr. and I and contest :were
with a full skirt and matching later1 wedding a dress of ,aqua Prevatt, of Starke and
organdie mitt.. She carried a tains. The, bride traveled In an' Mr.. -A.' C..C* lDIchae1 of Starke crepe with white accessories. Her Dodd ,of Keystone Height Mrs Fred Baptist WMU:Circles i Gen enteved with award going to Mr*.
cascade bouquet of'''pink asters aqua Wit with black patent acceellort. wd t.Stanley Theodore Schultz, shoulder corsage :was. of pink car ToMeet i Long and Miss Haze-Field*;
with matching ribbon In her' .*. Her corssg. wa s eon Of Mr\ *. Owen'Schultz of Ann nations.- :Tuesday I!Refreshments veers"served, at the

hair wen matching pink'aster.. white orchid' 'I Arbor, Mich., and Dr. A. D. SchulUot The' bride, given in marriage by Sandra Key Solano ( The Circles of ,the Baptist wOol I does Mr.'of. :Denmark&he'evening',.: 1 J I:'" 'Pictured ate; I I. k1D1p eta

The flower girl wore a gownof On their return they 'will be at'. Columbia Ohio waa olemnUed her father; wore an Informal dress Has Birthday PartySandra men' Missionary .Union will hold !lent of ,wa the reef -,, 1l1e'V1f'cInIa Darley.ot La
yellow organdle fashioned like horn to friend at the McKtaney last Thursday. evening at 7 o'clock of'
that of the maidiof I honor., ,Hr apartment. on Weat Call Street. In the'''First Baptist Church. Her corsage: wa* a purple Kay Solano, daughterof 'meetings next Tuesday 'afternoon 1[ whose marriage to Yn
bouquet was -of pink aster with Mr.4: Outlaw graduated from The Rev. X* .D. Halne*. pastor. orchid Mr. and Mr*. 'W. A. Solano .at 3 JO o'clock. I Casey-Strickland I Bennett. son fJf Mr. ud
for her hair.I of(Ida ted at the double ring; can celebrated her sixth !' T. Bennett also of Lawte1.
matching flower Bradford high 'school with the, Mrs... Carmichael, mother of the birthday annlvenary The Lorena Epperson circle,,, Mr. and'' (
The class of emon; with a '' Mr. B. Mr*. John Strickland be an event of tonight
bridesmaid were gowned! 4ft and attended Bob bride,. selected: a blue crepe dress party at 'the T., Thomas; leader, will' of fltarke Ft t
in lime organdie dresses fashioned Jones College in Greenville, South ,Preceding the-'Ceremony Mrs. L. with white accessories. Her can home of her parent Saturday, meet at the horn of Mrs. James of announce the marriage at 8:30 o'clock in the
similar to that of the maid of, Carolina. A. Canova. organist. rendered age was of pink carnation. Mrs: June 24th Lewis on Church Street.. tlb> their' daughter Jewel. to June* tilt church of Lawtejr.iWCJU .
honor, with matching mitt. ,Theycarried .Mr. Outlaw graduated) from program of nuptial music and Schultz mother of the bridegroom During the afternoon gamer The, Daisy Fowler circle will I, Mrs. rt CalMlY son of. Mr. and
T .
L
bouquet of orchid asters Panama City high school with the George Jones, soloist. of Galne- wore cream crepe with a corsage were enoyed on the lawn followed .convene In the education, building The Caaey also of Starke I Meeting
with miniature bouquet-of asters class of '45 and attended Stetson ville. sang "Because" (d. Hard* of white carnations.. by refreshments of Ice cream and of the church with Mr*. B. 8! ceremony was performed on Tabernacle
in their hair. University. He spent 18 month,lot) and "The Lord's Prayer": 'Immediately"following cake which were.. served In the Outlaw and Mr.' G. H. Bennett,'i Saturday,. June 24, la Georgia. Held, In

The bride, given in, marriage in the Army and I* now In business (Madottel. The traditional wedding the bride's the wedding dining 'mom.Favors h atnaea. 'Circle 'l leader, Mra.I Both Mr. and Mrs. Casey a.tI -{I The Scott Union| d J JWCTIT \
entertained Laura
parent
by her faber wore a gown of here marches were used. for the afternoon were .Frailer Shaw. tended local school and Mr. Casey Annd
goddess lace over white satin,' Among the out-of-town guest Miss Carmichael had as her education with a reception at the tiny colored fiats and baskets. The "'orta Kni.rht circle :-will be'I I served twe year In the U. S. Navy'd met In the last f'rid.11?

with a high yoke of illusion a at the wedding were Mr.' and Mr*. maid of honor her .slater, Miss. the host building., Those aaolsttng Mr*., Solano was aslated. in ear- entertained in the home of Mr*.' th. recent World War*.Goapel,'Tabernacle
fitted bodice and long sleeve end- F P. Hines of Branford; Mr. And Virginia Carmichael Miss Pauline were Miss Edith Ing for the little guests by Mr. J. A. Griffin on Klngaley Lake Re 1 is now employed by the Sea. teraooa.Mr .. .,
ing In point over the wrist The Mrs. N. T. Thomas and Bevel Jack Schulta, brother of the Tyre, Tyre Mia A. A. Ortegu of Jacksonville and The Buslnee Woman' Circle; board Railroad In Jacksonville: : ." *. Teeny Thorllquetf.
Harbors .
full skirt ended In a chapel train. Outlaw- Jr. of Oainesvin.-;' ., groom served a* best man and Norman and Cameron Miss Iri Mia: Gloria Mia' Barbara, Underbill of.Stark* Mr.*. R. B. Alvarez, Jeader. will where:they are making their horn. prertdeot., presided 4ut101 IIt!
She carried a bouquet of white, H. E. Starling of Graham; Mr*. usher were Archie Carmichael After Roes. r. .s<. ... ..., ..it) meet on Tuesday evening at 7:30 ',- business meeting and led
carnation centered with a white Frank Thoma*, and. daughter; and brother of the bride and Jimmy. spending some,Urn withtheir Sandra Kay were France Lan- o'clock In the Education building.. Mr. and Mrs Carl Mathew Juuj -UOnal. I
orchid with a purple throat. I Mrs George William,, of Hampton; Lee. for guests short Mr. and Mrs. SchulUtoft drum VIda Jean Gentry. :Mart- u Fourth of July guests their A beautiful solo *.. -'

Mr. Thomas, mother of the' Mr*. L. C. Selph and R. H. Outlaw a Beach. wedding.,trtp'to lye and Linda Cox, Wanda and Beta Sigma PhiThe eons and ',daughter-in-law. Mr. Mr. R.] O. Nunnery.
bride, wore a becoming evening of Jacksonville; Mr- Hugh and son, Greenville, Ala.. Mr. and ,Daytona Carol Copenhauer Linda Norman and Mr.. Virgil Mathews and with prayer; by Mrs. Jw-
length gown of dusty rose crepe. i Hey, Mr*. Ethel Branch, Mr*. Mr'*. J. E. Dampier and daughter, Lila Mae O'Nstl. Jean and Glenn local chapter daughter Patsy and Lowell MaUv !
of article
Her shoulder corsage wa of orchid Robert Outlaw, H. D.
aster J. W. Outlaw, an of Center Hill; vine, Mr and Mr. J. W. ,Thomas\ Vicky were weekend Nathlen Greene Buddy Monday night at 8 o'clock meeting at also Mr. and Mr*. Dillon Whisler and the members hour of
Mrs. Outlaw mother of the groom and Mr. and Mr. Paul Sullivan and Jack Haxen of Brooker. guests of relative In Cocoa. Stewart and Sonny-Ragdon. home of Mis Hazel Field the and rifle children Beach of Neptune B-ach observe The July the soon meeting w" !m

Saturday.
with Mrs W. N. Johnson



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EtffiIf JUL7-1950





BRADFORD: OOUNTT TELEGRAPH. STAKKC.: ;; FLORIDA PAGE nv1I

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Mr. and Mr. Carl -
Mathews and Tom Richards of Ellwood City Mr. and Mrs. Philip Adelshelmer Court and raune, wherein Plaintiff reoelvlnsr testimony .. to th. vain
of Its
granddaughter. Patgy u..I. 1150.!! at office In the
vacation pent their Pa. Is here this week visiting ]1..1. and children will leave today foi ..... divorce, Bradford County Telesraph of any property, real County. Court Honxe In !Stark.. Ifrs.dford
recently at Sarasota and friend John shall publish this Order InWltn. Intana-IMe, a* fixed by p"ldnalr; County Florida consider anddetermine
Kemp.Mr. week's
a visit with relatives In next four weekly leaue .. .
during that time Assessor of 'fa. on hla Assessment whether or not the County
they toured! south .... my hand. and official' eal Boil for th.
Lyons qa. and Chester. S.C. year 1IKD and for the will abandon dlnoontlnueand I
Florid" and Mrs. H. C. Wimberlyof at Hinrke, FI..I..1hl.. July 5. IDIto. purpna nf perfecting receiving and .. .,..;.ath" ber.'inait.r ecrlbert\
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, quallalns Mch. aNNeaatnent.All portIon of that certain County RoamS
Mr. and Mrs. Eagle Lake spent Saturday an.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr., A. Clerk of aald ('....rl. pereon ownlna; property ....b. known aa he Kirby Crew* Road
IN THE NEWS Wallace Faulk of Sunday with Mr. Wlmberly'sbrotherinlaw had as their By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk.. :. Jeet to aaaeaament In the city of and whether or not h. County willrsnouftce .
South Jacksonville guests Sunday evening H. O. I'rown, Sl.rk.L ..Io.hl..j. /mark Florida. aro notified to apPear and disclaim any rIght or
here spent Saturday and slater Mr. and Miss Carol Le Gette and Atty. for i>lt, -, ] at auch meetlnato make eurhnomplalnta the County and publIC in and to en?
visiting and attending Mrs. Nelson or slva' em-h testimony land or inieresta therein.I acquired
Green. Miss
Lily Tom Starling of Hahlra .. Circuit Court,-.u....
to business. Cttnntr. a. la the vain of
Their any propertyrreal for Pnai 'allin
little or hlghwey' purposes.
and daughter, Mrs. R. A. Green .and family Martel daughter, Ga. Klurlilni In ........,.. or personal, a* fixed hv the mind to the tollowln. portion; of
Mun-ly- spend <''eVei*.1 returned to their home ht.-e: last returned home with them Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke Fnd Hurt Paul 11 Hruheik.. I'latntlff. v*. Alive City Assessor or THX,H. upon. hi* said Kirby Crown: Road, altual InIiradford
Hrubeck Defendant. Can
after No.
AaneBptniint Itoll
to an they desire .
l:Saflda' spending the past two may County Florida to wit:
York City.carpenter week after spending .a month in here with week daughters. Call and Terry, of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff Jr., 7551. .. "Alt I that part of the rl 'ht.of-wajr
New Mr. and Mm. Maxie lirCer Publication and \...... TAppear. .. "v..n by order of ho City Council .
Clearwater Beach. Carter. Gainesville were holiday guestsof returned to their home in Gainesville MfllH 01<' PI.OHIII4. Tot of the City of Hiarko, KlorUla. nf th. Klrliv Crews Road lying between -
spent thli,a Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews at )last Thursday after spending Aim,,* Hart. Hrunei. whims reeldanc ; Jtin to, A. P.. 19(0.UKA th. \Went line of th. BxylonBHlKhway
and adilreea I'! Virginia Clench, (! I.) Carl John. (mat Road lISP and the
oaD <
IIeaeh visitingL Miss Elaine Edwards, accompanied Kingsley Lake. several days here visiting Mr. and > lralnla-; U 7.t .. East: line land an extension noilthriv -
Mrj. D. W. : City; Cl rk. ,
: Moore ., .
Deytona visited
her You < f m'h lln"> of that certain
Mrs. G. are required to
and othe:F by- her friends Mr. and J. McGriff, Sr. appear on -
e Ramsey l 180n. C. K. Moore, and, Aue-UHt 7. ISbn. m the above named I'nnnty lined known a> the J R.
Mrs. R. F. Prather of Jeun'ugx, Archer family of Mrs. C. S. Partin is expected Court and cam,..:, wherein I'lnlntlff KOTK Kelly Road.rrrnnmm .

La.* spent -Sunday in Daytona last Sunday. home today from St. Vincent's Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Quick spent seeks. divorce.. Uradford County Telegraph The.Hiarko registration.l Klorlila.( hiioki will lio of np the\ .n('iiyof for ....r..t.* may mrrrmrnil
.
.
I shall publish hue Older In h" kmm a< 5k. Hospital In Jacksonville where the Fourth irlKtratlon' of electors at the Cltv i :
Edgar D. Myen I Beach visiting' her brother! and Miss at Jacksonville Beach. next four weekly l.euea. NUT aperUtod.Thu .
MrS. Thelma Green Hull l In the City I of Hmrko, Klnrl.l.I
L are v""ttn MrG. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. EgbertEdwards. ; on the 15th will leave. she underwent an operation. Mr, and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot WltneoN mv, hand and official nenlatHttirke from: Friday, July 14th, A.I>. ISf.01throuah I,.. Hoard. of County Commllunrm ..
coio.. ; for a two weeks FlorM thla Jtllv ft. tu&o. of Hradforil County Florida
visit ,
if E. Millar for .evera 1 Her mother, Vrs. Mae with relatives in Nashville Tuesday "." and Mr. and Mrs. Cameron! Petrey (OFFICIAL, SKA :) A. J. Thoma'.iA. ::) ]>, 1K60. from H' tur Tenn.
\ Edwards, who had been visiting I o( Baldwin spent Monday In TamPa Py Raven clerk cf eald' (,... day ..".I.t Haturdayn .p ,AM. to i ",Tr"
,
in Daytona Beach returnej Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKinley with Mrs. Lula Wiggins. A. W. (.....l.r..b".Iwlck Mnpntv '.rt.j clock: noon.Cuy.
top Mr. and Jr. a T-tt < ... .
Mrs. of Hiarko
E. C. Mann "'
M. C. Ford Jr., Stark. with her. returned last Jr.. of, Baltimore Md. were guests of Utilldlnar I $'. Aueuntlne, Florida Carl John*. Rpfrlmrntton Offi< "I ". KEI) FKATHER
)Jrs weekend Atty. fur 1'lf,
-nd spent sev.tort weeks. from a two Jack Halle on Saturday night at: Mr. and Mrs. George Bunch ant l -_ t-7 41 1.35 SKAU) 7"T ,* TKT: CLEANER
Suzanne
inter. stay In Jacksonville NC., the borne of his parents Mr and daughters moved In rirmlt. Court, llrarifnrd ("*...1". .
week visiting MM.n Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ChasteenrJr. where Mr. Mann Tuesday t,> Ktorldai In baarerr. Kf tli*.> of PmHrilnv. for till I Keep your dog happy this summer
and family. On their ., apent last weekend In Day>nn Marine Reserve attended the Mrs. W. O.'Halle. Halnes City, where they will make Henry Keinnen llalnllff, vs. Mar- <'1..1... ..1 s M..ail keep him free of all faaa and
j Camp there. their horn*. Mr. and Inn Kempen, Defenilant.: Ca... No.: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKKV' ,
in Sumter. S.C. laal I Beach and St. Augustine. i Mrs. Guy 79RS. You will take noilri. that the Hrka. Keep them off.
me Mrs. Wallace Carson and chil: Andrews have .. TTnard. of County. .
tnken i'otnnilimlonei ofHradftml
1 over the Order f lnhllratlon and NoMre a "'
accompanir To
Mr. SIHTKCNK FEED) A 8REI1 ( 0.
theY were and Mrs. Qvld Lewis and dren. Frank and Linda of Pitta-' operation,; of the Stark "P"".. "'I' IH) at M.ollllfoi : Couniy. Florida, will 1 ntll.on ,
.. j, Fynn who will spe'lA I Dr. and Mrs. W, E. Middleton daughters Emily Ann and Gwen Motor! Marlon, ....n''''..... whoan realdenceand : o'clock A, M. on limo 7th day
them. had aa their guests Tuesday< of and burgh. Pa. are spending the summer -' Court and are occupying the a with Mr. Lewis' mother ... . __ ..
a1 last week their eon Earl ) ddle.. long wiekendat pent the I with Mrs. Carson's mother: house formerly ,occupied by theBunches. lalnnd You City are New York: ... ". ,
their required to
summer I appear on
.
his i Mrs. Pate Gasaett Mr. and Mrs. AlbE'rti August 7. IRMl. In the
la Wood has returned tc ton and daughter, Marjorie home on above named
1 .. Sue Middleton and Mrs. Mildred Brooklyn Lake near 1 Lee. who have been living I Court and cauee wherein rlalntlff
after upending 8Vtill Keystone.Mr. aeeka divorce. Bradford
bere Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and at Klngnley Lake County Telesraph Bulldozers for Rent
( Clewiston.! Middleton of .Jacksonville. On moved int. the ahall publmh Ihla Order InWlln.
In family and G. M. and Joe Sia-. Andrews home In Plnehurat Sub next four weekly leeuea.
their return Tuesday evening and Mrs. Harry Mooty and division. ... my hand and official. ...1 ..
phntosra-phlo serviceCsmrra Miss Middleton remained to '\'IsltI daughter trunk had the following. as Fourthof Itt "Pttsrk, Fi..ni,15. ,I thla July, F,, I960.
W Gerry. spent Sunday July guests at Kingsley Lake: (OFFICIAL, 8KAI.1: A. J Thomas. ,
Gift ShorFlorida I her grandparents for the rest ot visiting reatives In A* Clerk of paid Court.
Gainesville.Mr.
? Theatre. Ph. 9M>i the week. Mfa. H. H. Young and Theodore State Air Tour Py 'i Haven. (Cronbv, l>eputy Clerk O Land Clearing -,. ,_I-I i *..
{ Young of Starke Miss Joanna 'r. Frank I.nmlruin, 8tark,. Florida,

and Mrs. J. G. Holton and Williams of Lake Butler Mr. and Visits AirparkIn Atty. fur I'lf. ?-7 4t 7-28 O Slumping ** .'.:

anita Phillips and daugn- MIoB Lois Newsome of AtUr'a, daughter. Linda Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Echard and daughter In rireiiK ("....;:;.-Hradford Con..r. -. ,

Jthm Jane" were hu lness I Ga., visited her mother.'Misj: ) Jesse -I Mrs. \V. T. Jordon of Starke have Anne of Jacksonville and Mr. spite of rain and thunder Florida i I.. I kanrrrr.Bernard O Drainage Ditches ..
I llrennan rlalntlff, Ma
ito Jacksonville Thursday i Newsome, during the hol.I; :,)& returned from a two weeks va- and Mrs. Illume and daughter storms the Annual Florida Air rle /Htmnn ('Inn nan, Defendant va Can

cation with Mrs. Holton' brotherin of Tour arrived at Keystone Airpark No. 7887.ttrder Road Grading .
Nancy Niagara Falls
N.Yr. .
ol Publication and %el Ice TAppear. .
Mr.: and.Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Shreveport La., and her sister around noon Monday. Out of the MrtTH OK KI.OH I It,1 Tol

family had as their guests during in El Dorado, Ark. Mrs. James E. Brock and ''chil i 75 planes expected( to make the Murlo Ouean Mrennan, whone realdene .
and ad > )last weekend Mr. and ..Mrs.E dren Lee and Jeanne of Stuartare trip Ihe number dwindled to nine Avenue cin rleaney: : New York City:: ,

ENTER'SDESCRIPTION P. Smith and children. Udell Mr. and Mrs. R F. Prather and guests of Mra. Brock's brother-. carrying hearty souls who left New York DIVE PIIOll
You are required to on
and Charles and Mrs. C. M. Miller daughter Sandra of Jennings La.. In-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. :the Orlando airport In a heavy rain I August 7. Ifino, In the above appear named

o( Orangeburg S.C., Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. R. F. Robb and children. and flew through rough weather Court and caune, wherein Plaintiff .
M. W: Cressler.
.. .
..
Seeks .lIv. '
Radford of Camax, Ga., and Mr. Johnny and Linda of Columbia .... and stormy skies to keep their I hall publish Hrndford this County order Telearaph In Gen. Pel., Starke, or Contact Me at Crosby Lake

URMACISTS and Mrs. P. F. Hutto of Savannah 'schedule at I next four, wCekiyl.sues. \
:. S.C., are spending a few weeks The Rev.' and Mrs. B. E. Simmons the Airpark. Witness my hand and official eal

Ga. here with Mrs. Prather and Mrs.Robb'g and children,.' Nancy and Upon arrival the visiting pilots It $ ..rk... FlorldH thla July C. 1116(1.( -- -
I mother Irs. Fay Gill. and their passengers enjoyed refreshments (OFFICIAL ""' A I.) A. J Thomnii =
Linda, returned last Saturday --
Aa Clerk of (aid Court.
Mr; ancTMrg. Studstlll and babv from a two-week vacation at at the Skytel followed 1'Iv..v." Cronbv. Heputy Clerk

apent the first of tbe week at Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding had : by a plunge In the clear waters of T Frank Lnndrtim. Htarke, Klorldfl,
I Camp Weed Carrabelle. where Atty, for' I'lf. 7-T. 4t 7In -*$
Japksonville Beach. their last weekend beautiful Crystal Lake. After THEATRESTARKE
as guest during they were guests of the Rt. Rev. .
their daughter. Miss Alice June Frank) A. Juhan. the swim came a delicious luncheon C.lr....In. .I..hanorrr.Ruby .rt. Bradford. C'ltnntr.Kloridai 11 aflIEL
Mr. H. A. Lawaon and childrenare In the Airpark Cafe.
Harding of Atlanta Ga. Wllllamiion' rinlntlff.va .
: : "nlli..Il.
spending several week. vaca- Wecomlng the guests with Mr. Norman ; : lefend .
Mrs. Proctor Snow
Mr. and were ant ('ace Nit. 7'lll>.
tioning In Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jones and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Browning operators Order of Pnhlleatlon nnd M.lli<. ToAppear. Dedicated To Community Service -

daughters Syble and Mitzy of of the Airpark. were Mayor and NrtfM OK Kllllllll* T.l "Movies Are Better Than Ever"
week their
L. D. Vlnng| last on Norman Maxton liavla, whon reel
Mrs.. O. J.- McGrlff. Jr.. apent Ridgeland S. C., spent last weekend way from their home In Dublin Mrs. Frank Scott of Keystone denca and addreen. In 4t U WomhamHtreet

last week in Eustice visiting her here visiting Mt. and Mr. vacation In Heights Dr. Neal Mr. and Mrs.D. Dnnvllle' Virginia!
to
Ga. a Daytona You are required to on SATURDAY JULY 8 10
O. appear Sunday & Monday July 9
Stewart Mr. ,
parents :Mr. and Mr. D. A. Mju- Ewell Lawson.P. Beach. Alport Ronald Auaruat. T, ilir.o, in the above named ONE .
I \V
ONLY I
telth.' Tlppln and hi* mother Mr. and Court and ....u.., wherein rlalntlffpeek
divorce and cumody. of mln DOUBLE FEATUREFur
T. Woods i la spending several a. M. Slstrunk and Joe Sis- Mrs. Charles Newman and guests nr child Bradford ('".nIV. Tel -

HE-MINIT\ SERVICE NOTICE weeks in Savannah Ga.. visiting trunk were In Tallahassee Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. William Lee, r next r>ph four' ahall weekly publish lunue this. order' In (flirt in dx. Itmounuini. when Bright

his 'aon and daughter-in-law. Mr. where they acompanled Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rose Mrs. William Witness nty hand and official seal! fcutlin' hillbtllie.! join fora In an
PHONE To whom it may concern: and Mrs. J. 1. Woods and Mrs.A. Whltesldcs and Mrs. Kobel 'tit .....rk... Flort-li. this July I. into
been visit-
We will not be responsible for Charles Futch who has all from (OFFICIAL" NI:A''.) A. J Th..", .., oU lint kaolin' match
Keystone Mr. and Mrs tyunttinvattrn :
B. Walker Ing his grandparent Mr. and A.tlrk..r! *ald'Cntirt.nv.rtaven LeafGary
1-64 Night any debts contracted by ,anyone Lake. E. T. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Ooiiby, fteputv Clerk. (rom the city. *
Mrs. C. A. Futch at Kingsley
other than ourselves. Mr and Joe Wilson of Martin J. fearU ill! ConsolidatedIfulldlna
Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Jacksonville regular I -, .lutkaonvllle, Florliln 1 I ,
Mrs. Joe B. Oliver. 6/So-Stp weekend guests of the Atty. fur 'If. 7-7 41 7JHM Lauren' nacalf
daughter, Jeannette, of Orlando, Mrs. L. D. Green accompaniedby Airpark, Cooper,

and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthew. her sister Mrs. Irene Johns of Lt. George Williams of Atlanta >TINotice '.'
Ga., and the students of la hereby trlven that the
occupying.the Smith homeon few the Flor- -PLUS-
are Green Cove Springs, spent a
ida Aviation City AHHftimnr nf Taxes for lha Pity
erg Branch of Klngeley Lake for three weeks. days this week with relatives In Academy of Htnrke Florida' will meet with .
.1. Among the prominent vlvltors tha city Council of eald Cltv In theCity New Trigger Maglo" Cartoon
Dade City. of the Air Tour 11.11 of Hlarke Florida, at >
|.iN SJAj4C.E Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burtonof were WaldronSohanx P. M., July U. An. I 1510. fur the

damp Blending J. B. Rowe of Mr. and Mrs. J M. Edward and '1 State Aviation Director PI'.p.t ,hearlns" complaint an' < Mrs. Schanz and Don Tuet & Wed. July 11 & 12
--- ----- -- Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Claude children have been, enjoying a Stremmel i I _

1 Rowe of Lawtey attended a visit at Daytona Beach. I I|: tetter Don" in known Zach as "Flannel Mouth. ] WEAVER Eddy Arnold In

family reunion at the home of Mosley's comic strip SSOINISe AM*
C. WALL AGENCY last i! "Smilln' Jack" Don Is aim secretary WELDINGWe
John Rowe near Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rogers ELVIRYrT
ot
the association. "
Sunday. There were 138 members have moved to Gainesville after J HOE DOWNAdded
clan on In Starke I The Air Tour Is an annual feature !
PLEASE PHONE 146 of the Rowe present a several months' .tay ;
of the
Florida
Air Pilots
Asso .I
,
this occasion. where Mrs. Rogers was employedat
elation. The Itinerary In made I Attractions 1 I
I- Constant Service Over 50 Years Shadycrest Hospital.
"lr. and Mrs. L. M. Tiokerlng up by private plane owners who I. Now "Hunting We Will QoW

and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews A. D. Martin 'spent the first of select spots they believe to be of # Cartmm

attended the Dunn-Leo weddingIn the week In Charleston, S.C. maximum Interest. In the State. ,
This i Is the first time that the
the Baptist Churn: at Jackson-
Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese and tour has Included any; point northof offer,lh!> people of Starke ROGI1Sr 'Thurs. & .'rl.. July 13 &14

y\\\\t\ SERVICE STORE M,.. and Mrs Herbert. Drew of children of Montgomery, Ala. Orlando iis wIiXouE5.: !.'!.'

Tan: iassee were weekend guestsof were weekend guests of Mr. The air visitors were so well and vicinity one of the most AND -

PHONE 189 Mr. Drew's brother-in-law and Reise'a parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. pleased with the beauty and facilities Rod Cameron InA AsphaltJungle
miMlrrn and finest equipped
of the .
sister Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. T. Green. Mrs. Reese and children Keystone Airpark
Roads
State I 100 & 200 that they are
planning
this month here an overnight -
McRae. will spend welding shops anywhere.
FLORIDA I stop there on the tour next
STARKE
I with ber parents.Mrs. All Work Guaranteed

OPEN 5 AJW TILL 11. P.M. Mrs. I*. M. Wimberly of Lake year.

Butler was here the first of the Randall Cobb and daughter GARAGEAND i
SMITH'S
week visiting her! son-in-law and Sharon. returned to their A&P Heavy BuyerOf SterlIng! Ilaydrn Jaan CaUiern

Pure Tires; 'Tubes Batteries daughter Mr. and Mr. Gilbert home last Wednesday after visitIng Florida Produce MACHINE SHOP MPUHIC imettst AND
-
Brown.* with Mrs. D. W. Moore, Mrs.

And Accessories Thomas T. Brown of Hampton During the recent shipping seasons Ten-pi AVfI. Slsrke Ali) ('hiiip.it "Oho of Zorni" i i"Romantic Hot Crane Bunny" Cartoon *

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gertnerand and C. R. Moore of Archer. at Sanford and Hasting Fla. RombolU? Cartoon *,J_...I of the Baltic" Short

children of Gainesville were the Atlantic Commission Company I

Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your carl weekend. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. WainwriRht produce-buying affiliate of AAF

C. H. Nasworthy at Klngsey Lake.; their guests Tuesday Mr.I .
l had as Food
the new Silieonc process The new Stores paid shippers n<- -

way fa lasting .car-beauty. 7.50' I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and ter and, Anlce.Mrs. Ab and Spencer Miss Ruby and Fugftte daugn-I: growers vegetables$3.938,000 purchased for through fruits anY Itt lIe Sure To See This Bargain at DENMARK'S

[ WATERPROOF Corrosion ResistantL1ITSIFIEP children of Live Oak were h>ilda an of Jacksonville. field offices.

guests of Mrs. Silcox's mot tier. .At Sanford buyers for A&P: purchased Rockers

Mrs. Dave Silcox. Miss Doris RaJsebeck and Harry I I' 12,603,000 worth of fresh Platform

.Ij Quick of Washington. D. C. have I produce. The total volume equa li...tl.. Ch MMH from the Beautiful .
$ n.
Mr. and Mr. Perry Newsome returned home after a three weeka'visit to 3,313 carlots, was distributed tc Assorted Covers for Your

and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Deaver nere with Mr.Quick's parents company stores throughout 17 Chairs We, Have In Stork

spent the Fourth fishing in Loch- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. .Quick. I states Carlot shipments were almost ii-

DIOS .F.p"nl, RADIO IA'."' A. SIfltICK-.I... loosa. and I 10 per cent above the previous RPpta"r '9.911 Value lf.! 5
.ki. All .' .'*.' r fvlir......N _..lee. P..... 14HB.WtakUr Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers year.
|I...**C."*'flHRPHBMD.. _: an:r :t"" Blwtrl ....,,1..*. II : Capt. L. A. Allen of Atlanta' daughters, Carolyn and Janice'I The food chain bought $1.384.00 SALE PRICE 0 . .21 -

'I ..
.......t.., Ilk. ....... luat painted and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and famIly the weekend.Mr. I $691,000 worth of corn. Other commodities Save fA.GOIUSE I
nl any kind Ix>ta of 0""... P r.aln brlca -visit In Miami.
I enroute for a I 1
I lM.kton' JackwiB Tran.- John Kemp at n.w.paper office : Included cabbage escarole
115 or 4W tl .-and Mrs. M. O. Wanen of and 194 carlots of mlscellanecus OUR BUDGET PLAN ,

II NEW 8lnv.r Sewing Machln* Mrs. Martha Smith and daughter St. Petersburg visited Mr. and fruits and vegetables.In J
TFLEVJlll0N: Ca.h Ttirnn are avallakl In C
IN YOUR
PHONE 231 e..... C. thl acctlon only throuih Hln I rBcwlnv Diana. and Mrs. Guy Sale left Mr.. P. M. Barefoot Monday five months at Hastings, buyers
r. *.' S.at co".r Machine Co. 4Ai N. Mar' Thursday for vacation trip. They morning en route 0 Netw Jersey for AAP obtained $l,245,00fworth
fitirk,. ti Ion St.. Lake City F... Phon
l.., writ or ,I.ii ear abop. Our will first visit Mrs.: Smith's mother for an extended vacation. of produce. This Included '

fcnlJ'' ***** RADIO*. Bal. 8.r">lc. car will. vlalt In Shutouts Miss and then 849.000 for potatoes, $274.000 foi

ARLea."n.n.IRAPH": .. your bom pon rqut. tf to North Carolina and Virginia. Miss Alice Jun. Harding of At. $122,000 for miscel 'AU CWJdrns LeYehe i .
1srmsI.4 I go on cabbage and
C .$HICPIlERD KALE HELP WANTED: man with huts Ga. spent the first of the laneous' Items. PLAY PENS f.f.f' Atso Nice 895: .
C '.... .... In city 2; ,
4an 's...; ltrks. ... r for KawlelsTh .u.I. I week her withher parents, Mr. .. "i
,of 8ta.rk, Pr "lo.a .acllln e S' _
c:.,.. aantlal Vlddlacxt .- Edward Burns left today Mrs. T. B. Harding.: .
r_..._., pe.l.ne. not ..r-old Mrs. and Land Transfers FORYOURCHILD ,t I :
'IIqUID"'o"l.' man prfrrd l-y CODfereDC8 ,
1.r.. _I.... attend the Kanuga
w .. ,Writ to-
., tin hauaabald nc <.111. .
l 0lck (trvlc.. at K U Cole and
Z Church J.
.11.... .' .._...... D:.yBallou r.ivin: :: "a*;. and experience. Raw.. of the Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Recent deeds recorded: In the ..
pr.ii..tit. a last
I.' .h ltd W tantlon* Mr pt.Law, P. O. Boa tttl nuts Lake; N. cT She will.be gone family spent several days courthouse were: .5 w. ,. .
) T. Up 74POR three weeks. week with relatives In Wray. Ga. ;i.
t YOUR TIMBER Mmphl 3. nn. about Mr. and Mrs. Rose Cox of Brad- '

NOW 8ALK R.a.onabl. _bulldln* Emma Creech and Mr. R. Mrs. L. J. Green and children ford County to Alice Hamilton ofLawtiy. .)lake Your Porch or-Lawn Beautiful
lots b.tw._n Watr .a 8t. Clalrat Mrs. Lot 14 of block 9 of
ash Prices Paid .. .Ph.n. 2*-:. It 7-14 T. Johnson of St. Augustine were Judy aDd Archie, Margaret Phillips Oahagsn's sub division In sec. 21

WAJTTBO! !.. bn.hl. red Irl.1I 4th of July guests of Mrs. Creech's and Jimmy Green spent with the twp. I 8, range 22 E. Metal Porth Gliders
IflJYIN BULK Edward. 'I11elmaGreen.. In Daytona Beach
potato .*.... Inquire at niece, Miss Fourth Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. Alderman
OR IN Oro....". 'H mil. aouth of Kiarkion Greens father, J. W. Aber-
UNIT Mrs. _
OaliMiTlII hl.hway. ttp7i, l of Hampton to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson

DW1N- NOTICE: Anybody Saving ..ow"''for Miss Sue Bigg today and for Miss St.Peggy Aug- nathy. and Mn.. Jo,. Tomllnson T. Green of Starke Tractof I

W. PECK ,* \ Ol4 .l.ewl.. U' E.. Caldwell left Owen Mr. Wednesday land In the S% of the BE quarter FOR 1
Jolin W. Turner KkV".' ... E. Pyic 14034 8tecii ustiM to visit Colwid Mr. and son, J. B.. returned of the NE quarter In sec 3, 995
p. O. tan t.. Pk. I...... 5.... t W. Griffin for several *ay.. I from a two weeks' vacation ONLY J 1
Dot 463 Ind. aDd i:: twp. 6 8, range 22 E.
In Indianapolis. _
,
In spent
Gaines.pWe FOR PAt!!:: 11 acr. flranjniOo
Fla. .* .......r.. On pav.d MI. Margaret Rose Duncan I Cincinnati Ohio. They were accompanied Mr. and Mrs B. 8. Hardman of
a.*. If In'.r..t.d writ boa 4 tn.Stark ousifl. Miss Sue, born. by Bobby Mathls Hampton to Mr. and Mrs C. Marki \ '
her
ltp to vIsiting Chairs Match 6.95. Terms.
mea I>>08t cud .nd IuPPI ria. ta.OalnesvilJe for a fewdayl. of Cincinnati who will visit 1I1acou.ln. Hitch of Btarke. Lot 13 of Harrison to
ill ... Duncan.
BAITS&JK.S.JSS 'sub division of Hampton
tome
IIee you: FOR BAIjer: FI8H AL.$01 J, E.; here for two weeks.
1.2 '5w"'f' "., Can1 beach In Bradford County.

.II rod: 14-tt..nnd"ItI., ..o1... A1....u_II KSww.. w l......Stark'.1 oppo- Mrs. Marcus F. Brown and d>Band "CARD OP THANKS In CtrmH C..r Bradford
.'I.I ....tak. boat I.. ,.ood .... }iartmcua Furnltur* C... lip dren MarCUS Florence Ka.I Wt wish to thank our many .._.. ha Cttmmrrrr.William .

-.COUnty. P.T.I..rapb.1. le1H Betwt at -oR _r". eabln. S noon"1a I par Duncan, and PhylliS 'LIIIIctord,' friends and neighbors for lbs :KlilrlnrRayfMId.: o. ItarfUM. IMfcndant.Ordcv Plaintiff. '<>v.*. Denmark Furniture Co.

Iho", ... I>RJlNTI.etrteity hot wat.'''of roatproof. left )'efterdaY'Thursday lovely floral offering and for their. No. 1,5. ]
Court. Rt. 10Pbons w.ek.svisiting ./ .." _' ** and "W.tfre' T. *
: P1..bur. Touri.t two deeds of kindness during ..
spend
4tPY4I ) to .. M.OHIMT
En.n.h.ndll ( many App., STATH Of
,..
I." ..i1. 01.( at 0. 17.R..t. Mrs. W. B. SeweD at betiummer our recent bereavement. ...trl." Airfield.. WHOM nlaidsnce ,PHONE 151 STARKE, I'LA.a .
I. ...
.
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HFoek.p. M'I [and addr I. naltnowalT
FOR. BALE' N.W. Pllllco Dry d..r.Ir.. m.. home In Little SwlLMr- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin .. ar. r.qylr.d to appear on
.; "".rI and Ea.y 11pm }II' 1 .1. IB the above aam.d I
N"n.. condition And famfly. August .
? ..... Aid" rhIas ,In p.nfeet ;: C. :
,.: v.i.4I. ,8t., land. N.
'd.. ClIni Apply R. A. VoI.on. W. latll.on Pit
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7- 1950 .



SEC BRADFORD_ COCNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA -- 'n1 .!LY 1IIi1'FARMER'S

-- Oxford where they ham. Tract of land In the SE J addition' to :;
probably say It ia caused not bya field* and patches and have s at Dekle Beach near Perry of from lat pent cenUy a from week with relative Leroy quarter of the SE quarter of ec.I I Mr. and Mra.the ;::
lack of moisture but by nitrogen much better picture of our farm Wednesday until Friday to"'I1:1:1
21
E.
9, StarKe
S SOn week Hardee alo-] made the trip down 20, twp.7 range I to
starvation (and he I* probably
right!). Anyhow the. weather U way home from church T Sgt. and Mrs Jack t>. Brad. with his family} but remained in Mamie Mead and Jessie Mead I Starke Tract oC :
DIARY' children Gail and Oxford for a longer stay. Duringthe Leberlng Mich. to t J. cor:. ot the NE :
hot and dry and we would wel. topped In and had dinner with the ly and their Ellis of ._ quartpr or the
come some good heavy rain Nelson Green And at. and enJoyed Jean left Saturday morning fortlelr .week In Central Florida the Kite Sr., of Starke. The SE quarter 01 sec. 16, twp 6 !Ii:

By Sam McGarveyThe I S C COne crowder pea for the first new home In Atwater Cal! Hardee enjoyed an overnight fishing quarter of the SW quarter of *ec.I I 22 E. S'l\Ii
I
result of the dry spell Is time Guess we're really becomIng following a visit with Mr. and trip to Lake Griffin 17 twp. 7 8 range 22 E. Also I
< author will be glad to rewive that :we have to carry water to the true southerner now. Mr*. J M. Bradley. En route here Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Colaon and the NH of the NE quarter of the' ADDRESSES I
tome of bitorrat! concerning C S visited Mr*. 3. 8. Treadwelland granddaughters Diana and Margaret -
corn field for the hogs. They they NW quarter'ot fef. 20, twp. 7 OF
(fie actlvltle*'of farmer. In I of Brooker were visitors I INTEREST .
familiar Mr 'and Mrs. Sam Bradleyin
suffer greatly from the heat and Heard again the story range 22 E. S'I'
Bradford County. Sugge-atlon maybe and Mrs. Jack Brad- Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. The
In the tlel of who come down here Georgia fOllowing
without water < left at the Telegraph office or we have to tote It to them. Nor, and farm the way they did up ley's parents In Illinois. During Long. .' Starke to Lester Kite of Starke. change of addreS8 &o1
mallmi to Sam McOarvey, r..a".tpy, And usual the has their stay here' Sgt. and Mrs I the Telegraph l'OCelved '"
mally the field haa a "pond" in north. as story Th SE quarter of the SW quarter Will be ot
Florida. I tnteJ'l
one corner; but it haa dried up! the same. ending-failure. All Bradley and their daughters, Mr Recent Deeds I of sec. 17, twp. 7 S., range 22 E I to friends: (
and It will take some good rains I of which could be prevented by Bradley, Sr., and Misses Carolyn '"Alao the .NH of the NE Lacy Silcox, change from
Got a rude ehock this past week Home Demonstration Agent tells to replenish It. In the meantime heeding the old truism: "When in Bradley] and Mary B. Cox visit Recent deed recorded in the of 20 quarter I to Stark Odlllt
of the NW quarter ec. twp.
when a check for our corn totaling us that the zinnia flower show we are trying to take care of the Rome do a* the Roman do." ed relative In Orlando S and In courthouse are: 7 S, 22 E. I Mrs. W H. Nollmnn, 29 R.I...,

.00 bounced back stamped will be held In Stark. July 8- hog by carrying water to them. Hope we have quoted this cor Jacksonville.Miss Ozzle Vasallne Blae of Hills- range I croft Drive, Ashevlllu r> \.
(73 More .details..later.Speaking And the worst part of It I* that rectly. Joan Carpentei Starke borough County Pla., to Ernest Mr. and Mr*. Carlton Choataln I H. E3. Parkhurst, :M R. 2, 94182
"Insufficient funds. We went C S they delight In dumping the tub S S pent Thursday night of last Lynwood of Starke. The W<4 of of Hampton to J. L. Andrew of I 4th St., Gainesville Fla ,

round Lawtey a bit and discovered of mistake, one of our r over and wallowing which 1* natural ., This week mark the beginning week with Miss June Caldwell.)! Lot 1 and 2 and all of lot 3 and, Starke. Lot 1 and 2 of block 2 I Mr. J. R Oliver, 141 ovled t.St I

that other farmer around costliest In term of.hour of labor of course, but leave them of the "No-Fence" law and we Miss Edna Stanley and ivir. 4 of block 17 and the WV* of, In Livingston Truby and Company I St. Augustine. Fla. ,|

here were also In the fame boat-back wanted, was our attempt to use without drinking water. are going to gather our animalsIn Effie Sweat and her children Rex I Iota 1 and 2 and all of lots 3 and addition to the town of I R. 3. Davis 620 RIver St, p.i
that check were bouncing I C SAt and Shelba, all of Tampa, were' in Stark in sec. 28, twp. 8 S, range I atka, Fla.
circle and give them a lecture 4 of block 18 Livingston, Truby
a
I like rubber Wll. Well we were. an electric fence a* a permanent Sunday of Mr 22 E. Mia Eetelle Bennett
overnight guest
last we the In I StlltQt
put Subdivision
Ralph finishing on It. Heretofore, If one of our and Company' ,
upset ao we had a talk/ with fence. We bought fence and Mrs. Elle Crlffla and Nurse State Hospital
a charger I touches to the bathroomalum family Mr. and Mr. Andtl1Cll
of NE George C.
1 animal broke out we were liableto the NE quarter the quarter Whit
Plant Hall '
Alvarez and he called City who wire and Insulators last Yl'ai to I, inum blind and plastic shower and lose It, but now we are liable Shelba Sweat remained here for of aec. 28, twp. S S, range 22' E.' of Starke to Mr. and Mrs. Nat I Walter Annex, Raleigh, N C
and talked to the corn buyer E.
,assured Ralph that If all the check back up a weak fence which would' window curtains, plus painting, for all sorts of damages. Will tell a longer stay with Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mr*. R. S. Surrency ofHlllsbrough William of Bradford County. Lot I Sherman Miss,McCarty, Box 81,

were redeposlted that they would not hold hogs. We thought. thatIt I etc.). Needless to say the ba.th'l them that all second-offenders gc Grit f is. County to Mr. and 12, 13, and 14 of block 19 of Livingston I I W. M. Oliver, J
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau and change from
, | be paid. We put our check through would be cheaper than replacing room l. a real pleasure a* in thl to market-with no' excuse accepted their children were din. Mrs. Wilson F'. Hendrlcka of Gra Truby and Company' lando to Durant, Fla.I (
hot weather we can always unday
the 1STATE I
old fence. Well, live andiasriL. get
again, and this tlme.lt apparentlywas cool refreshed ner guests of Mr. and Mr. M. E.
; good. It may be, aa we were In the year that we have, and by taking a Grlner _
used the electric fence we have shower bath. It has been a lot of lATlNO-lndoorf or Outdoors-Com.
, told that this la not an uncommon __ FOR HAPPY to Ap '
_
event, but It taught us one lesoonj' had to constantly fix mend, and work and It. coat some money, butIt Mr and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde """ 01
1* by far the Improvement FARM and their children Jane and Henry -
repair It because, although It will '
r which we will not forget In aI.
. We have made to our farm. returned Friday from Jacksonville '
turn an animal when It Is HOT
WiATHER
working. FOODS
( hurry: from now on we will not By Mrs. Bryan WhltfloM .
e C S Beach where they enjoyed
accept a check In payment for It can be put out of commlMlon
In three or more : 1)) IIhort..dby We mentioned recently'that we a two week' stay. They had -
1 produce from a buyer unless he la way iI)
,
have concluded that about,the Bradley Family ReunionIn as their visitors for a week at the It
weeds growing around It only ;
bOnded.Looka up
well known to ua or If he la tr f
a* If In this case we madea 2)) aborted by hog rooting old way left for ua to get rid of rat compliment to their visitor, beach Mrs T. N. Busch and her : AT SAVINGS

mistake, but were lucky enr>uh wire, piece of wood or debris up on our place was to get a good Sgt. and Mr*. Jack Bradley, and son, Tom and Louis, who were ,

1 not to get hurt. But next time against It. :3)I) put out of order by dog>realBtant cat. Mrs. Boyer immediately their daughters, Gall and Jean of en route from Georgetown, S. C.
an electrical storm We have wrote that we might Atwater California Mr. and Mr*. to Join Mr. Busch at their new
we'mlght not be as lucky I FANCY HALVES '
I. -- .-. .-. learned that hog will in a very borrow her cat. which had done J. M. Bradley- were host at a family home In Mobile, Alabama. Mrs NO. 2'/j OAK
I a good job of rat reunion at their horn Sunday A. M. Rlcharde is A&P BARTLETT
also home
MillS Dorothy Rosa the Count], short time discover that the fence eliminating oil at PEARS . 35c
I I. out of order and when It Is, her ranch We did not avail ourselves June 25.Outoftown again having spent this time with .

'""" they seem to delight 'knocking.; of this opportunity, becausewe guests who attendedwere Mrs. Annie R. Norman and other S NO. 2J4 CAN -

It. to pieces. Wo are not "sour"on would not dare to borrow a cat Mr. and Mr*. Gerald Cox and relatives In Jackaonvile. A&P FRUIT
FOR
PHONE 218 the electric fence idea but rather with our death-on-cab Leo a- their daughters. Misses GeraldIne, Mr. and :Mr. Marvin Rowell SALAD . 45c

we have. learned how to une It. round. He would kill the cat If h* Patsy Mary Bea and Lois Irene and their children of Stuart spent
CO-LONIAl, e a ever had the chance. We also:. Cox and Mr. and Mrs Byron Evan the past weekend with Mr. and F NO. %'1 CAN -

Talked to Harry Green, who, I 18, heard from Mr. and Mrs. Latter. *, all of Orlando, and Mr. and Mr. P. D. Fancher. SULTANA PRUNE PLUMS
vice-president of the Bradford man who also had a cat for us, but Mrs. Reese Bradley and their sons,. Henry Rlcharde W.Vf 21c

FLORISTFLOWERS County Chapter of the F. F. A. with thanks to all, we have twoyoung Clinton and Jack Mr. and Mr.' Fourth of July holiday spent with the his .
about the cat coming from jftnmie Bradley and their
Sam'ssister
baby
proposed plan for their grandparents, Mr.
and Mr J
Ruth in Jacksonville. Gloria, Mr*. Vance Refreshing! Coolinti
new experimental farm (we understand When, Geiger and H. RltHi, at Klngsley Lake. _
Dick Ferguson Is In back we get the cat, we're going to Bradley Geiger, all of Jacksonville 'Inman Green of Starke and _) I

of the Idea), Seem to ua that have a real problem because Leo During this week Mr. and Mrs.Bradieysnd Mia Melba Strlngfellow of Jacksonville ) Pekoe and Orange Pekoe S
FOR ALL OCCASIONS this Is an excellent idea and that will not be happy until he kill their honor guests and S
were dinner '
every bit- of help that can be them and we are going to have to Misses Carolyn Bradley and Mary and Mrs W, G. String-fellow guests of Mr.at = NECTAR TEA ;
given to make It a success will be train the cats to stay where they Bea Cox visited Mr and Mrs. noon -
Sunday. '
appreciated and will In the long I belong. And also to try to keep Reese Bradley 'at their vacation Mr. and Mrs.Stringfellow : '


the County. 0C farm.*. My, oh my, the problem S ofa ville.* In Orlando and In Jackson Mr*. Joe Wilson and where Mrs. J.with M. PKQ. PRO. 'IiI' 19c; --'

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Brownlee of Starke they spent

DISH POTIERYPOTrED GARDENS, I We scheme Had had to twice_been change In the our last/ milking week Incidentally' our chicken: are Cox-S4( ul and hury Mrs.BetrothalMr. Gerald Cox of. tage.heir vacation at the Week cot-- Our Own Tea Bags .. . 48 for 37c

milking our cow laying despite the heat. We Orlando
(Joy) before we let the calf (Com S think that if we keep them supplied announce the engagement I During the past week Mrs. Q ,- ,

PLANTS fort) nurse but when we noticed with plenty of.rreen*. water.oyater of their daughter, Geraldine E. Crews and her visitors, Lt. A&P Grape Juice, pt. .. . 23c
Lowrey Cox, to John B. Sauls- and Mrs L. M.
Francis
that Comfort and their
had tt
scours, ;we de- shell and grit that they will
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE keep bury son of Mr and Mr. P. W. children of Rhode
(.4d.4 that she Island visited ,
was getting too ra) right through the summer WhIte hones Canned

much rich null l"11'cnam! so we (with a short time off for moult-. for Saulsbury the wedding of the will same be city. Plans Francis relatives In Miami. Lt. and Mrs Evap. Milk Sm. '2 for lie 3 33c
Nona St Stark again let her nurse first. But we ing), announced and family left for their Tall for

had to reverse the procedure again S SCroor later.The hOme Sunday following a stay ,

because the little rascal was old turkey died.' Thus ends from Orlando bride-elect high vas school graduated Mrs.of several Crew weeks with Mr. and A&P Pineapple Juice, 12 oz. can .12c
In 19-
getting practically/ the our first .
milk
attempt to raise turkeysIn 48
and --
for( If we tried to take he.r away Florida. We bought six attended Orange County Mr. and Mr*. J. G. Caldwell and ..
'ff i before she got it all, she eggs Vocational School. With her par. France Caldwell were
and supper
sa put up a put them under a aettlnjf..hen. ents
and
ulster she formerly lived guests of Mr. and Iceberg 60'aLettuce,
errlfle struggle* So we're back Three hatched two Mrs. H. K. Tyus
; died after
a here
and Is the In Stark
to milking first. And in thus hot bad rainstorm, and we did raise the granddaughter Thursday. tMW
of Mr. and Mrs. S
weather by the I I.a R. H. Cox and When Botavia Richardson returned lOc
way milking I. one In spite of a slipped tendon of Mr. and Mr. J. M. -
Bradley. to her home
hot In
Job. Crescent
In it
leg. And
now: It up 'and Mr.
S C Saulabury attended Orlan. City \Thursday of last
week followIng
died so we lost Large Red
our original three do Ripe DeliciousWatermelons
And peaking of the weather, It dollars, plus feed., 'But We'' will : schools and l i.e> a graduate of a visit with the Rev. and ,.
Tampa
Horologlcal SALAD DRESSINGPint
has really been hot and School. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. She
sultry try gain, no doubt, with a little waa accompanied 59c .
The temperature ha* been In more by her cousin, Sandra ; -
up experience to use a* a guide; Monday' Tt *ae-tTnlon of Jacksonville
the high 90'* every day for about carried a picture of ten Williams, who wa her guest for Halve or quarter If desired 1c Quart A'7C

a week and with an almost total Noticed that the' water, trough I girl who ,were elected a* outstanding about a week. Jar J Jar
lack of rain It baa really been bad, In the barnyard had something among the 233 at "girls Mrs. 3. B. Segree of Macclenny FRESH

Our field corn 1 I. "firing" badly swimming around In It. Alice I date" during the fourth annual spent Wednesday and Thursday a -

although T, K. McClane would I promptly identified it aa mosquito I meeting at Florida State Univer of J. L.last Williams.week with Mr. and Mrs. Peaches lb. 25cSanta ANN PAGE -
larvae which city Tallahassee ,
we promptly killed Among these
E ASK by letting the hot sun dry It up thus,hOnored was Mia Joan Myn. Together with other young peo Mayonnaise '?. . ... ,Qt.63c, Pt. 35c
pie of the Youth RonaPlums
Zcii1 Gives Ihan of Jacksonville for Christ .
ua a good idea of why we who I I. a organ .5
have some mosquito* around this frequent Farm visitor in the Ization Carolyn Crew wa In camp ANN PAGE .5 .'

PropertyOwnerNeeds &666 EMIl year,* Also It verifies the report home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. at Lake Swan near Melrose thla Ib. - 25cSlzo FrenchDressing 5 S 17c
and Mr. past week. Mr. and .
we read that because of the dry 3. C. Wallace. To be Mr*. G. E.I .
S spell, stagnant POOls are forming chosen a* a representative at this I Crew. Mr*. ,Calvin Williams and IZ'sHoney ANN PACK Tender Cooked' S

WITH QUININE Ideal breeding place for the |program was a signal honor In her daughter, Sherrie and Sonny 10c
pest Pork and Beans
and that such places should be Itself and friend congratulate Engram attended Impressive ser ., .

Windstorm Insurance dried up or sprayed Miss ;Mynlhan upon having merit vices there Sunday evening. Dews eaa 39c

FREE C SC ed special recognition. Mrs. L. 3. Sharpe and Mrs. W. I Cherry'Preserves, lb. .29c
All of which Joe Harden B. White and her chldren, Rodney
Cost is low-Insure Now reminds ua that and Brian Kucera I and Fresh PoleBeans
For FREE Removalof we Lemuel, returned
Prompt must get busy with. our tank: returned Saturday from Camp to their

Dead. Crippled, & Worth- pray and DDT and spray around I Immokalee where they enjoyed' I home in Commerce Georgia, F'ii-

Charley} E. Johns less Cattle, Horses, Mules I our home and shed' We did this I I a. two week camping period. Of! I week's day of visit last with week Dr. following a Ibe - 19cCalif. For More Good Eating-anil Better a
quite interest to and
regularly last year 'and dida I .frlends I la the fact that I Mrs. D.
Agency &llogs. fairly good job of keeping files, both boys were honored In the I L. Nix. I vine ripened Jumbo 38'a '"

Call 132 StarkeWE spiders, etc., down to a minimum, traditional candlelight On their way.from their home In II
; Phone IS FLA. ceremony ]!]
STAtUtE S S S Saturday evening for splendid I Tampa to visit relative In South I Cantaloupes19c

ALWAYS COME I Did some tractorlng this week Work .Jn several field. Carolina Mr. and Mra. J. R. Park
,
:.:.; Florida Renderers 1- Me *r*. Edwards, Andrews, Friends will be glad to know er and their daughter, Clarissa KlP's "Super-Right" Cbu-Tri 'MefhiXPlq'AtP's 4

.. .... and Rasmussen. All cut | that Mr*. W. H. Williams I I. and Andrea were overnight guest each I

1"IUf,Mfitln.TH&'TAVELE *. Hertford INC. .I ting was done in small patches i, cuperating nicely 'I1t their home re of Mr. and Mrs Dennis Fancher / Money-Back Guarantee*.& j t
: which .could not have .! Friday. While here Clarissa
.i been done following and
a
recent
operation In Andrea .also Attires You of ( pl./ Salitfartion"SUPERRIGHT" '
[I nearly well without the hydraulic)1 I the North Florida Clinic Starke visited Ovedla and om .

lift feature of our tractr. Incidentally Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mr LoEdith Grlffls. Store.Wide -. ,- -
-- --
Mr. Futch William Mr. and :Mr*. Martin Crews, Jr.. Saving
t- paid us a r were Mr. Ivan Hazen
had a.s their Thin Sliced _
compliment aald we and.Mfo. guests Sunday Mr.
. were learn Reese
" : ing which of course made us feel I aona. Clinton and Bradley Jack of and Jack.her and Mr. Clyde Rahme of Miami, A&P No I Csn '

5- -:",." S good. onvllle Mrs. Jettlet Dee and family of Fruit .Cocktail 21c FANCY BACON lb. - .. 59c"SUPERRIGHT"
S C'C' Tampa and Rufus
-. .'.' I Mr.,and Mrs. Jones and Miss -
rt George W.
Cir Somehow other! Elaton Sara Crews of Jacksonville.
or have to get Jr., are now Farm lona Flour 25 lb.
our land I resident hav During the I..49IONA
prepared and>planted with! ing'come from Stark past week Mr. and Heavy Western Beef
hairy indigo this I.L during the Mr*. E. J. Burnaed and their ,
coming week. past week ion
They
That old flaying about the "road to apartment In th.have the Upstairs Solomon of Monlao, Georgia were CHUCK STEAK 1b.----- 67c
former -
Randall Peaches -
)
h- being paved with good In- home. Mr. and Mr-- Elaton, had visitors Crawford.of Mr. 'and Mr. Archie No. 2Vz '. 23c ,
tention -
'r surely applies to farmIng aa their
guests for the Fourth of IONA
If we can ever get don all July holiday ,Mr.:,and', Mr*. Gpo .W,Dinner G. 'Strlngfellow gviest* of Mr. and Mr*. "SUPERfRIGIIT" Western Milk Fed Veal
the thing We intend to do it'll be W at noon Mon. Pears No.2
Elston Sr., and Mr. and Mrs, 15c
day were Mrs.
miracle Bob .
BarkUy
and
r I-':,"( Fred En Pattet of Plant Cltv.-f. her children Margo and Mike of Bright Sail CHUCK STEAK Ib.---------6

Now rout. from hl*\home! in Jacksonville and their ,

only the FORD TRACTOR, has the of we sweet planted eating corn that and our very third glad planting that Penaacola M. Sgt. ,Martin to Camp'Stflwart'Oa.E, Grln.rr..., Mr.Newburgh''and ,Mr New*. Don York.Barkley visitors- of: Bleach, liz gal. '25c "SUPER-RIGHT Western Shoulder

way.
Although Doc FOOl
due to the dry weather we are not was th overnight guest.of. Mr. :.,Mr, and Mr*. W. N. North and ,

getting a good yIeld. However and Mr.rsn'Mrs.MrM ,E.\ 3rlner Saturday, their: io;.'Billy went to Americua. Dash C 2 for'25c LAMB CHOPS Ib.------ -8Se

'PROOF- METER we have TommIe !Reynold! Georgia Saturday to ,
visit
*omnto eat and some to and their' j Mr. and .
little.
CnekeJo
can. daugher, Tomml Mrs. P., O. 'Beavers.
I
'. JoyceVJ ,of, Fairfield .were -SUPER-RIGHT
S guest I Fourth1 oft.141, holiday visitor Jack Boneless Brisket
? .
of M\ arid e.4c
Mr .
J. G., Caldwell a
i W of Mr.,and'M'rs'J. C. Hardee
were reminded ( : were
again thia
New Standard qolpmtnt M Evtry New bid Tractor week'of the fact that the number Sunday Mr* !ancf'lln' P. D., F :t.cht'rand Mr...ad liMn. B:.. B. Hatcher and Soap Powd.r, STEW BEEF; lb. : - 35c
of pig that nU_ their sons. Wlltrar,. Kenneth and --r-
BUY ON PROOF Instead Promises a ow I* the Mr. and OUT.
of Important thine, more so than the i.ncJtheir'Mr*. Dennis Fancher Russell.-; Oxford : S 27c'S -

number he farrows. baby son, PeteS Mr.: and Mr*.'J. O. Hardee and
Why guess about tractor performance for. buyor W* heardof >Viitz MV.' and ''Mr*. Fred Tides In-DII'tII Out
you ) r their ''
S a sow that brought aon, 'William)' returned reREQUIREMENrS -
twelve but ,
*fttr you buy Now guesswork il no )longer necessary! at this Tide .
moment the owner Uh a. S DRFSSED1Wii
C 27cS ii G -15c
The new Ford Tractor Proof-Meter show prjormcr/ fraid that due to) One cause or an .. I IIt' llanlt..r- Ib.P -

tffititMcj and tconomy right before other lie will raise only six,,.-; By FOR YOUR .. Soap .

your eyes on the dashboard. It will this token, our beaten up poor old jrfTv Kirks C 8e -

to see this Proof-Meter Mr.. Arbuckle who had only (even .

pay TODAY you I Only the Ford Tractor hasid __ __ __ __ _' __ pig., did a fIne job by railing : fays, To Trade J With Stade Toilet Soap, Large Bar
all
**ven. .
Ivory . 2 for 25cFor

IUYOMMOOF DIXIE EQUIPMENT, Inc. now Through have a T.fine*K.lItU.*McClan.* detail, Jr.arial, we' ;; ''P.WPANE 0 GAS ; VG.'S; ; ; Oxvdol\\'k1ter Washes \\//fJt'/'


use W. Main St.South Gainesville,, Fla. map of our farm,'which we cop.: '. -S S 27cLava.
led from the large map In his SLADE: GAS IPANY"Inc.

office. Ocne ia the I Large 8&. ... .
guesswork
? ? vwrr rrfitrvssJiySHryfmW; "* '" '
.. -, w* know now .th.*. *lz*.of, ,out 'E- Call St. Stark*."F1ao.> :Soap .5 2.for25c 300 East: Call St. Starke, Florida ---I IJUL \I



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA
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_._-_ __ PAnJl:! IIIJIVIJ'I: '

New Annex For Hampton: Baptists I time In Boston, Mass., while Mr. C. II Coulter said today. State Welfare .Grants said yesterday the board member t t
Arwood was" stationed there, *revisiting The state forester based hlf
.. I her parents Mr. and Mrs. statement on the final figures from To Be LoweredFor are glad "that it has been possible I

.fit Carl Carter, far several week the resurvey of Florida' forest re. to pay assistance grants In full for:
Aged And Blind 4
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Sara. sources. This survey was made nearly every month since July 1, I

iota were visiting Mra. Johnson's by the Florida Forest Service and[ The State Welfare'Board In Jacksonville 1949. in spite of the fact that reve-
parents, the Rev and Mrs W. T. the Southeastern Forest Experi has 1
begun a retabulatlonof nue has been Insufficient for our
I Walters during the holidays. ment Station of the IT. S, Forest
Service Ahevlllt, N.C. its assistance!> rolls In order tc 'total appropriation. However the I
: The visiting minister at the 1
Church Christian Church Baptist church last Sunday wa The resurvey. the first Intensive reduce grants paid the aged and steadily Increasing number of recipients -
ptist I r r 'he Rev H. Llndsey of JacksonVille examination of the state's forest blind and conforr- with a 10 percent with no Increase In the a-
cut In allocations of the mount of funds the next fiscal
Sunday morning at the "There Is always a friendly welcome since an initial survey completedin new I for
TIIII church ot Starklpastor' 19.16.: shows a 17 percent decline fiscal year.Reductions, year forces this reduction In grant
aptist at the friendly church. If The Rev 0. V, Lee who run .
resigned
st message will be' in the volume of aawlog size Urn will become effectiveJuly for the aged and blind beginning
Devil. Gets Into a Hog." you attend one, you will want to recently as pastor of the ber This was however, partially 1, but It was pointed out that I with July"

hen tile from the "Life of again. Come let us worship together Baptist church here will continue offset by a five percent Increase each would be decided by Individual

s Is a story being brought by ," said Rev. Swindall. I .to reside In Lawtey.Mr. In small timber, the total cubic volume needs as recommended by district I CATHOLIC ChURCh
""' series .. The choir Bible School and Mrs. Junior Starling'eft of sound wood in all trees welfare board The cut wll'' Sunday Mass 9:13: : a.m.
.tor T* Erected Mrs. Luclle begrns at 10 a.m. during\ the week for Wash five Inches and larger dropped nine not be the same for all recipients Sunday School 11 a.m.
by with Clyde Colson as" Superinten, A ington D. C., to make their home.Bustf.'r J
I ling Mrs. Mona Canova building campaign ia under WilY at the First Baptist Church percent779 million cubic feet Reduction In grants-In-aid tc Week Day Mass 8:30 am
fen with dent. Regular morning worshipat Hampton, with plans calling for the construction of an educational Bennett who Is employed The report shows 20.6 billion board, dependent children already have dayBible
organ 11 a.m., subject for Sunday: in Washington D. C. Is spendIng Into is Wedneeday
\the building as large aa the present church feet of timber meeting sawing size I gone effect Study every
building In This
the piano-organ "Good and Poor Decisions." TheLord's now use the holidays visiting relatives Emmet Safay, board chairman : at 7:43:
structure and
( quality In 1919
pictured requirements,
MrTtoU Mann and Mrs.Mor.e Supper Is served above) Is already nearing completion In order to and friends In Lawtey. I
I of will lead In the sing-i Sunday every accommodate the growing Sunday School whlcfi Is averaging more Approximately three-fourths of the ..
Ih morning at 11:1: than 100 In ( Mr and :Mrs. A, A. Cook and sawtlmbor volume Is softwood
of hymn and choruses re- Evening services begin at 7 to remodel attendance each week. Additional plans have been made son, Charles Allen returned to with yellow pine predominatingThe

rstPd bY the congregation. The p.m. with Christian Endeavor. The the'preaent church: auditorium and landscape the grounds.- their home here after spending report Knows that forest

v. HaineR message will be the evangelistic services begin at 8 Volunteer labor U being used and the men of the church are working the past two weeks visiting Mr. occupy 23.047,000 acres or' 67 per.

ond In the series of inspiration- p.m. Subject this Sunday night under the leadership of a committee composed of K. B. Watterson, Cook's parents in New Orleans, cent of the total land area of the a x.fflffimmm'&Mtt Rt"ulLT
Sermons In dramatic>, will be: "The High Aim." Glenn McIntosh E. D. Allen Otto Hicks and Joe McKowan. I La.. and visiting other. relatives latate. Of this total. 31,451.00 ac. "

rpooDO I I'Ralslng Cain.and The Uri A Bible training class Is now In Louisiana res, or 93 percent were 'found tc,| O I II U L.I II CUCTRIC
will sing. ,
1'1 quartette t being held In connection with I Parents Warned The entire community was .,sad ,be commercially productive forest!I
vice will be recorded. Prayer meetings each Wednesday Not To Delay Obtaining dened last we k when two of the land !
I
sunday school l meet at 9:43: night at 8 o'clock "If you have Birth Certificate Before School Opens older citizens,. .A. H. Harley and However, Coulter aid that significant ,
with classes and departments not enrolled I J. E. Wall Sr., died. They will be
there la still time. changes In forest types Q
all ages. Training unions Let us count on your presence this I Parents who will be entering children born In Florida should be greatly missed from our town. taken Forest area have *
place.
ther .t 6:45 pnC for "training Wednesday," stated Mr Swlndall. children in school for the first time made to the Bureau of Vital Sta Louis Hubbard of Worcheeter'Maas. f$27.50
\
membership next September ., was visiting Mr. and Mrs by the more Important pine and
Church I I are advised they tistics. Florida State' Board of
"Calling all boys and girls from M
L.
MH.weekservice 1"-" heldthe can make the job easier by obtainIng Health, Jacksonville, Florida.. The H. Hill during the week. cypress types has decreased H
3 to 17 tor Vacation
ages our
:3 p.m. bltrh certificates fpr\ their children required fee is one dollar for percent In 13 years. Hardwoodtype
:SS.a.! ..rt .6f studies Bible school which begins Monday. in advance. searching records and preparing Timber Volume areas have Increased nearly 910 dawn

a the Book of Revelation. July 10, and continues throughthe Children entering Florida public the certificate! Application should Found 64 percent, largely through cutting .l OMUT >
Declining
A cordial invitation Is extended 14th. Let us boost our school schools for the first time are required contain the following Information: the pine timber- from pine. __ $5

all to worship at the services by seeing how many new ones we to present a birth registration child's name, birth date, birthplace In Florida hardwood. stands. Even considering -

the First Baptist church. card or a photostatic copy of father'a name mother's malder this, pine and cypress typei FREE MOH'imy w. uw
can have he concluded their birth certificate In order tc name sex, and race. Application Florida's total timber volume still occupy 75 percent of the commercial |

ethodist ChurchThe prove I their age. blanks may be obtained from Coun has declined nine percent during forest land throughout 'w..eat.e.n.t qua Ae., a...
\\BUTTON-HOLER
At The Tabernacle Every year many parents walt ty health departments. and local the last 13 years State Forest Florida he emphasized. [ .

First Methodist church of until the last minute to obtain this registrars of vital statistic. ., This Week Only I
arke cordially Invites the public The youth meeting Saturday proof of age and aa a result they Two types of birth records are
attend the following services night at the Tabernacle was led do not have it when school opens. available both acceptable tc TRANSFER
worship on Sunday, July 11: by Mrs. Eifgene Lee and a lively The Bureau of Vital Statistics schools. They Include the birth .R. B.:ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE COD HOME:

|9.45 am,,,Church ach. Classes I group of little folks was present' which operates as a Florida State registration card, which contains DEMONSTRATIONiTM
all W. B. Sewell general tb enjoy and participate In the i Board'of Health responsibility, U enough Information for the pur I
ages
r ... local
perintendent. I program. The older ones attended : anxious to give prompt service tc pose, and the photostatic copy of We operate ur ANY iiiew ACME
Swan Lake' all persons who request a of the original birth .ss
1 00 am -Morning Worship. the youth rally at copy certificate. Is .. i &I long dlAt.nceany"h..re
11 -
: and reported fine meeting. I birth records.! To avoid the Augustan nuance of photoatatlc copies I. restricted -
v. T. G. Mitchell will peak en (; In U. S.EXCELLE1'.T ACME VACUUM STOKES
September "rush, it l Is suggested by Florida law to the t
regtstrant
services conductedby
Sunday were
subject "The Living Church. 412 West Foray Street, Jacksonville, FloridaI
that send for their
parents If of the legal age of 21
the of the work. A
Methodist Youth sponsor
f 7:00: pm.-:- ,, child a birth certificate now. years, and to parents guardiansor
of the
lllowshlp .for senior .and Inter- very enjoyable portion eve- Applications for birth records of other legal representatives. 8TOR.\OIQ I \\ like a freo homo lt-inonstraUon of a beautiful rebuilt
fdlatM. ning hour .was a vocal duet by

service. two very youthful members of the ', FACILITIESAgents Singer Portable Hewing Machine complete for TlO.:
|8 00 p.m.-Gospel. song congregation-brother and sl ter. I Filing Of Improper Claims For Benefits

stallatlon service for the new Their sweet seriousness was very For Name _________ _____. .
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of the Methodist Youth Lead To
lcerg appealing. There was also a trio May Fine Or ImprisonmentA

j.lowshtp. Sermon by the pastor, of girls. DelcherBros. See us first! Address ______-_____.______-______________
ram-the Pioneer of Life." total of-4,233 persons In Florida Jail sentence. At the end of Apr!

1 1::00 pm.-Fellowship, hour in> Some treats are In store for were found to have obtained I more than one hundred addltlona' City ..- --___ ____________ State_______________
educational building for all those who attend Tabernacle service unemployment compensation bene- prosecutions were. pending. .IF YOU L.IVK ON HUHAL HOUTC WHIT DtatC1' ONe),

ung people. Watch for announcement* fits to which they were not entitled Some Improper .payments are
of special meetings. The first four months of this caused
Children between the ages of 6 during the first by misunderstanding of r
| 12 attend being July 14th. See elsewhereIn year. Three-fourths of these claim claimants and failure to report at" F .
d are Invited to the
this Issue of the Telegraph. I have filed of
dren'a Hour" every Wednes- ants .were found to types earning Including em-
fraudulent claims. The remainder ployment for which wage have
ly
morning from 10 to 11 o'pdi -
In the educational building. St. Mark's Episcopal I made Improper claims due_to mis not been received, domestic employment

'Youth Rev B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar understanding.. odd jobs, farm work and< First of the Pint Cars In Vatut
Night" Is held on Thurs- Mrs. Helen I..Slvla. manager of self-employment.

ly evenings from 7:30 to 9:30.: Sunday, July 9: I the Gainesville office of the Florida Principle methods for detectingsuch
ung people are cordlallyrtnvlted: 11 Morning and Service reported -
am.- Prayer State Employment Slv'la
claims
I Join In this two hoilr"PerTo"of sermpri:! T>y"the"\ Rev. 1:1: :' W: Creasey. -I I there were nine such case Mrs., explained
i. fellowship, and inspiration In this area during this same per. are the screening of wage reports

rhl II week Mr. Mitchell will be- The church Is open daily for iod. All these claimants are required submitted by employers as required

i a Bible series on the favorite prayer and meditation to repay the amounts Improperly by thex Florida Unemployment .. +
alma each Wednesday. evening received and those guilty Compensation Law, special audits
1730.IllRClI: CHITKCII OF GOD of misrepresentation are barred of employer records In selected Industries -

8th &: St. Clair SU. from further benefits for a periodof and leads furnished by +.

OF JESUS CIIRIS'lrLATTFJt 1 Sunday School 10 a.m. one year.Twentyone. !' employers and the general public
DAY SAINTS compensation the rIrlin.x
unemployment Reiterating Commisslon'tpolicy
Sunday Morning Worship 11am
jTlia Church'' of Jesus Christ of recipIents In Florid on Irregular claims Mrs
7:30
Service m
Sunday Evening : p
1
Latter' Day Saints (Mormon Illegal Slvla said not the
7:30 were convicted of obtaining It.was agency'idesire
Y. P. E Service Tuesday : p.m
lurch) holds services each Sun. payments during the first four' to put people In jail,.howw,
7:30
Prayer Meetftig Thursday p.m
lyln the usa building on North months of 1950. ever, the agency doe. have a definite Rarer 1.i

fmple Avenue as follow: Penalties In connection with these I obligation to prevent and discourage .
!1000: a.m,1 Sunday School. Florida's Farm Cash convictions ranged from a J5C! the fraudulent claiming

830pm.: Sacrament service, Shows Highest fine or 30 days In Jail, to a_00 day' of benefit 'under this program. t
The public Is cordially invited f 1e .! ---
i tend all services. Increase In Nation ..i
hasaee spent the weekend here. at

fc-NTECOSTAI.: t Florida's gross cash farm Income her home.
HOLINESS!: LAWTEY
lOth St and Temple Are. last year was 19 per cent above Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pope of The Car that fl flyouiBEstFotfoz'a

Sunday School 9.45: a.' 01.:-)fom.r 1948, the highest Increase in L. II. 1'uteb Jacksonville were visiting Mr. puts !
Worship 11 a. m.: EvangelU- the nation. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins during'thl..
_...
: Services 7:00:: p. m. Everyone The second ranking State In this week. ,
items. I respect was Texas with a 10 per I The Lawtey City Council met Mr. Wesley Arwood and son -

cent. gain. Nationally farmers' i Monday evening at eight o'clock who have been, spending some tA
Shuford. .
EASE PRICKLY HEAT cash receipts were off 10 per cent.f with councilmen Harley.

n. Florida farmers received a total I Dinkins, and Futch present. Reg- .
Diaper .
lash.
FAST! transacted
business :vas
Utr feoa wieM of $398.833,000 for their crops In ular routine Y
beat tan ttlwr Mnt
'a IIrI\o.UOOI, tone fss' "|MO. ,.. .. 1949. Making up this total was and current bills paid.'
"lid LYCO-BO-MOL. Mow iwd foe' from the sale of all; Mr and Mrs. L. H. Hill were In Only y'

ems a.ek skis..'..n IrrtWUont._......-.....Bold 4.-.ithLYCOBOROL fruits$3.03,937,000,. vegetable., nuts and field Fernandina last Saturday visit- WE think you'll agree that eight power plant-when you dollauand.ceotl reasons for '

crop and $94,616,000 from livestock Ing the Pearce Jones family Miss .whole story of an auto. feel the smooth surge of its making ROADMASTBR your

and livestock products. Cordla Jones, who had been the mobile isn't told in its power Dynaflow-cushioned take.olfchoice over any other car
Mrs. Hill, returned One
of Mr. and
guest its i its styling in its
room, even
them.
to her home with Man, then you know you've got I' The commanding per

''I ALVAREZ' STORE \"" Clothing Rev. E. D. Boyer. Miss Rachael ride. a real automobile! formance of its 152-hp Fireball
Established 1894t Boyer and Doyle Boyer of Tampa valve-in-head J
of Mr. and Mrs. Left! There is the all-important point straight-eight en
the guests And
were Fred Moore\. on the Fourth of July.: about what a car does to you- don't overlook this: gine. DynaOow Drive standard;

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stricklandof and that's: where ROAOMASTER That graceful sweep of chrome A ride that' 'quite matchless! in ,
were the guests ofMrV its gentle softness.
Gainesville really shines. Distinguishedstyling !
along the fender-found on no .
Sunday. ,
last
J. Terry on from "-
T. bold
Soy Oti of Miami was visiting REMINGTON other car made today is a protective
Hear Rev. John //. Sible For front end "doublebubble" .
friends In Lawtey last Monday. NEW-DELUXE you can't slip into, !this J mighty eye-catching note of dis !gleaming
lived In Law- bonny beauty's broad'seats with. taillight.But .
time
Ott at one tinction.
Sunday 11:00 and 8:00 p.m.Toplo Mr
.le NOISELESS out feeling like somebody .pretty if you're ready for a carthat's 1special.
-, Sweday Nlte Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Browning Those (our.VentJport.., too,
.' more than just an auto- 1
were recent visitors of JenningsMr 1 PORTABLE cause many s head to turn-they

"The Gospel"FIRST T, S. Gilchrist of Brunswick When you take its neat wheel in mark unmistakably as the mobil.ifyou want one that.,
'Unchanging you .
Georgia was visiting the week.relative.In TYPEWRITER your hand-when you cut loose, owner of the biggest and best puts your best foot forward ia .
Lawtey duringMr. .. any company-that. the real
with toe-touch, the rich baritone
and Mrs O. B, Johnson of a Buick bililt-a car as .fine and :
Sunday' of its big Fireball straight- reason for seeing your Buick
BAPTIST CHURCH, HamptonBob Jacksonville were here rich as any man has need for' I
;
their uncle A. M. Blan- dealer quickly: lo talk turkey

Gray Pastor chard visiting Regular Factory There are a lot"of good, solid. about. a ROADMASTER. ,

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attended
Bible Miss Patricia Walnwrlght Set Price $98.55 .
School 10:00 a.m. B.T.U. 7:00 p.m. 4-H camp at Cherry Lake

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last week. OUR PRICE
The W.M.U. met with Mrs. T. raw g.,,b
last Tuesday for 'a business flr.ot.r Yalw
J. Terry
Rev Lewis D. Ilainea Pastor and social meettng. _


FIRST'.BAPTIST CHURCH, Starke children Mr., are and of the Mr.Birmingham.guest G. McKinney of Mrs.Alabama McKlnney'e and-- 75 : .

H. rova-wjir roMiratwrTl
and Mrs. .
Jefferson Mr.
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town parents /. OUfllll J I'.*' .*<* (II vets ,*. "'?'. )\

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 B. Arwood.Brooklngs of Gainesville no*.(It..'"."rP.''<.<*,-nrtkml'tort i
--f m as i- Charles In Lawtey' during the PLUS TAX .r. l!!!rfl!!l:/ ///r i.f If..*!>/..(3).r.fds"legkMa J
SUNDAY was friend. Ml>," ((4) M.t.. farklng ..nily.r.&na..d.g
SERMONS _'1:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. week visiting hi. many .,.
TERMS r-/.Ultmt I.TAYLOR:MC Not, '' ""
Sunday resided In Lawteyfor EASY m/y'' ''' 'wvha
School! 9:45A.M.Training\ Unions 6:45: P.M. Mr Brooking movingto ... J 1 1'W' V' .....IJ.. I
!\\IJD- several years before ..
WEEK
P.M.
7:30
SERVICE WEDNESDAY
City.
the University
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6 Mr. and Mrs. Harris Spence BRADFORDCOUNTY

I"lOo a.m. Subject:'"When' the Devil Gets Into a Hog" and Orlando children were Billy the guest and Bobby of ,),tI'of. Green Buick Company

8:00: pan.'Subject: "Raising Cain" and Mrs. Frank Jones and family -

--r *- . last Sunday. Mrs. Spence I.a Is !
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slater of Mrs. Jones. 225 Ave. Phone 226 1
Temple Starke Florida j jIM'
A ,
attending
Friendly Invitation From AJo'riendlg Mrs. H C. Kelly who I. TELEGRAPHJ

Church Is Extended To All !State summer University school In at Talla-Florida J .... -,.....xsssxaanaem.,. WHIM rmt AUTOMOIIUS AM multi IUICK WILL auito THIM uM aiiM i twi. Mm i aMiii "" _. !

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You Counted Is Starke Rained Lions Ou t I



I/H C Were scheduled for The the pan Starke'eek JOIIt drt"t,

gamer
tenant Causes tall,.

,. Well. once again, the Grand A' Intrepid pyrotechnical expert: last The gem 1'hurocla

Glorious Fourth has come and Mary Covington. Altogether a week nth the

gone, with very little excitementon most satisfactory time for every- The Census? of MerchanUThis electrical 'Ii" :enelh

the home front, .As usual, one but Bill who didn't even geta In light plant >1lttlcUIU".

Caltatreeters scattered hither and chance to tell about all those '
Tuesday
a yon, leaving the old town about tarpon he and Alyce caught on ,. Harry' light'

aa empty as the Deserted Village their recent vacation. hear they In Men Shop ru"
! .Frow Strlckand report. a had a marvelous time, even crowdIng the fourth Inning.
tr
; record-breaking crowd of 3,000at a plane trip to the BahamasInto -. IF NOT FILL OUT COUPON BELOW\ AND RETURN TO CHAMBER OF rain.

his public watering place on their brief week off __< 1 Thursday night
Lake, and there must Were scheduled,
, Klngsley to ,
pi
, Among- those. upending the here *.
have been that many more at the but the score |
J, private docks, lining the shores. Fourth following Herb Thomas Junior '.: COMMERCE OR CITY HALL '" at press time w"lII
American Legion
and his -
., Next Werk'.
at nice family gathering Baseball team to Wlersdal were '-- ,J lower schedule k
at Dot and S. R. Johns' Klrwsley; Albert Lee Crosby, and Arch Thomas : y.; .,'

cottage .Included the J. H. Hitches Sr. Also Arch (Junior) - - -.....-,, - -". - - .- - .July' 11 Middlebu,, 'b

es, Grace Rltrh, Harriet Richards. and Jean Thomas and their houseguest Board Sets Up Barney McRae, Jr. 'July 13- -Open.;

t the Pee Wee Durdcns, and Dr. and Jean's sister,.Augusta Snod- My address on April 1, 1930 was July 18- Downing ,Bill
! Mrs. Tom Stanley, of Jacksonville grass of Scottaboro, Ala. They Relief CommitteeContinued. At Reserve, Camp.

I Bcarh. Pee Wee and Elolae were amply rewarded when the ( from page- 1) House Number and Street._.________--.:-________________> Apt. No.. _-.-:__ Cadet Barney McRae, Jr., son Lions Will Install
local lads scored another win over
were full of, tall tale. about that (Or description of location) New
of and Mrs. B. E. McRae of Officers
McClanes ob- Mr.
Ocala. .The T. K.
fabulous SMrlne Convention ," lve: to the proposed new county t
Los Angeles they Just attended served the Fourth by playing host jail| were duly approved. The City, town vlllage__._____________..:.________________ State __._ _, Starke, is one of more than 650: District
It' .Seems Eloise got her first to "all their relative. at a family Chairman and the Clerk were then cadets attending the 1950 Reserve of Gainesville Governor TOIl
glimpse of snow when the train dinner, .Only absent member authorized and directed to exe- summer was lat ,
Officers Training Corps the
Name Of Each Person Whose Lrsual it iatloaship of this SICX' AGE regular
who Is attending the
: topped on the way back and let was Tom cute them for and on. behalf of training -at Fort Kustls, Va.during' Lions mer0ut
camp Club
all for Pov Scout Jamboree'at Valley Place Of Residence Wu In This Person to the Head M' COLOR AT In the U80
i the conventioneers pile out the Board. the'period June 17 to July
! a snowball fight Of course 1 Forge' Pa. Incidentally, hear' Sen. Charley E. Johns and Newn Household QIa April I, 1950 of the Household, 0& OR LAST 29. Wedlnesday night

. could tell you that aha slipped and he will singled out for the honorof appeared before the Board It was announced that*
toelnr"elected a patrol leader Burney BIRTHBeet( ( ) ( ) McRae I fe a Junior at the UnIversity neaday evening the
J. Cell flat en her back-but then I and that Mr. Burney b.re.mplo'ed club,
requested '
I Florida and will be
Elo at this mammoth event. ", of blue Ladles Night
lW llldn't want to embarrass ; Mainenance wtuu
in the Road -
I.e. .And speaking of'the Shrine I The matter .. > eligible for a commission In the )latlon .of officers for a*
and Department.
nut Olbson
Elisabeth and U. S. Reserve In 1951 All
Convention, what''this It hear Army year. members are ,
referred to the Road
their atracUve children, Billy was Super-
attend.
about Carl Roberta learning: to ,
Tommy, and Martha, have return- visor who I* charged with the I
peak Spanish sad Chines whileon ed to their home in Goldsboro, responsibility of employing work. NOTICn
the trip? Must be quitean Notice Is herebyvn| that the. following iti-mrlhfd I. I
and children men In his department.
:
N.C. .
accomplishment .Elizabeth I sold at public auction on the lit day of August, 1950, at XUrk.iJof ,,
stayed her with her parents the In connection with the closingof Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for..iiTJ
The Bill Oraliam and'the Jack T. N. Kenaricka..whll* Bill took the Clayno road the chairman' s und.rto/ set*.opposlt to the same, together with all com of/ "clIXwrrlptlvM Jadverttnln

Trawlcks were Fourth of July In the Shrine Convention. While and directed to execute the deed BU T. R. Aeree 41....,

hosts at a steak supper preparedto here, young Billy" distinguishedhimself and- the clerk, were authorizedfor 8WV4' tT A. of In HB sw+Cor/ 'of of 8WU 8WH, &

-a Queen' taste on Bill's new playing Softball 'and also and on behalf of. t Board.. of' 8WK, 8;,IT'10 1J AAm'eri' .n Tunj 011
.After the the took turn with the Legion Inc
barbecue. repast a
Jirect- \
The Road Supervisor waa NWVi ot NWJ4 Ex 1 A N
guests were treated to real "air Juniors. .H* Is now, attendingthe ed to purchase gasoline and motoroil of Ry IT T 10 IS American Tun( 011

conditioned1' movies. .A screen Boy Scout Jamboree .Ethel from the various licensed re Heart Disease % of Lot 1 Ex 10 A W :Mill. I noN
mounted the dock, and Sewell from Little School Board Plans For PurchaseOf 11 American
was out on postcards tall dealers In the county. This of Ry 18 T 10 Tung (HI
the audience perched around Bill's Switzerland, N. C.:: "Enjoying action waa taken after the clerk Claims 6,903Floridians Mllln.. R.IniJ KELLY-
boathouse, seeming to find each fresh raspberries, beans, and beets Tax Collector,_
directed to advertise forbids
other more amusing* trfcn-. the from our neighbor's garden". was on these product. so this instruction Demonstration Farm For FFAApproval In 1949 Bradford County,
screen antics of some dizzy blonde Certainly must be nice to have r r -
to the clerk was res
of
claimed the lives
and a gorilla .The evening; ended such vegetably neighbors.. t Heart disease
In blaze of with display cinded. 8,903 persona in Florida last year,,
a glory a -
of fireworks staged by that Bantamweight Charles lIar says he had a wonderful' oppor- County Judge's Court was postponed of a demonstration farm for meeting.were as follows: death, according to the annual re %

tunity to get a little more meat until the meeting". of July. the Bradf9rd Chapter, Future Ancll Norman appeared and port of death compiled by the Flor-
;on his bones as a result of taking IT. Farmers of America, highlighted made an oral bid for the purchase da State Board of Health.

W.C.T.U. 'n two family reunions over the Deputy Sheriffs Bond for FelixM. the regular meeting of the School" I of the Vanderbilt school buildingwhich Cancer ,came next accountingfor !

WE MUST TRAIN OUR BOYS!!! i weekend. Seems that the Hardy Sullivan. In the amount of Board held here Monday. i Is not ,being used for any 2,969 lives. Both diseases

AND. GIRLH. TilE WAY WE gathered 67-strong at the home il.OOO, executed: by the Fidelity Since neither the Board nor the purpose by the Board. Mr. N rmall' struck down more persons In the ...
WANT THEM: TO HO OR ELSE of'the Douglas Hardys In Hampton .k Casualty Co. of New York as FFA can become a party to mortgages offer to purchase was not age croup of from 60 to 80 years "

THE WORLD WILL TAKE last Sunday, while the Mc- surety was duly approved.A it was decided that the accepted, but It was unanimously of age. However, both took their He is showing proof that he is an
Gauleys rallied 'round at the home Board would' borrow the agreed to advertise for, bids and
THEM: THE WAY IT .WANTS!! letter of protest concerningthe money toll of lives In all age groups
THEM TO GO.FTOFESSOR. of Mrs. W. H. HInson In Gainesville 1949 assessment against Shady- ($7,500) with which to purchase all bids received are to be openedat even in the one year-old group AUTHORIZED BULOVA A -DIS

( E. II. MPNN.MICHIGAN. on the Fourth. .Judging by crest Hospital was recleved from the desired farm site, with an agreement the next regular meeting on with 12 Infants dying of heart disease

FROM NATIONAL the quantities of food usually Sunseal Laboratories. Inc. (and for this sum to be repaid Monday. August 7. and the building and S from cancer. TRIBUTOR.
PRO7IBITTONIAT.) served at these events, two reunions ordered filed. by the PTA at the rate of sold to the highest* bidder.
Intracranlal lesions (cerebral
In one week should certainlyadd approximately 1500 annually, from
The Board, by unanimous vote, The request of Mrs. Rebecca M. hemorrhage, etc.) was the thirdeadlng
will
tor DEALERS I
a few pounds to anyone's profits of the farm's operation.. Simpson ,for a leave of absenceof Only AUTHORIZED
adopted a resolution designating cause of death costing the
so.
Monday, August 7, at 11 am. as Th. tract to be purchased consists one year in order to completeher lives of 2,442 persons. part in-this new BULOVA display!

Walter E. (Mae) McCsuty, Box I the time for considering the advisability of 300 acres of timber, pasture work for a Master's Degreewas 'Next 'came nephritis (a disease :

83, Sherman Mis, writes: "On of. closing .a portion of: and Improved lands It Is granted. of the kidneys) +accidents (excluding See Our.,Selection of-beautiful Rings, Diam
PA.RSTARKE FLAKFrLSat.tiJuly account of sickness and death In what Is known as the Kirby Crews located about three miles northwest The'request of Mrs. Myrwln T. *' motor vehicle), pneumoniaand ,

my family I had to move away road, west of State Road 22$}. The of Starke, and the present Long that her leave of absence be Influenza, and premature birth Sets-Large, ,Beautiful ,Selection Of Bt

from Starke and back to my home portion of the road under 'c nald- owners are Mr. and Mrs.,.W.' Hogan extended for another year was Tuberculosis la going down on the Watches Now On Display

here, after living there some seven oration is aa follows: All that Smith. There are no buildings granted.The list with the concerted efforts tc

; 7.S years. Most of you people re- part of the right-of-way of the on the property now. following recommendation wipe out this disease, for now It +
member me aa your fuel oil (Gulf) Kirby Crews Road lying betweenthe ,Under an option agreement en- for the appointment of personnel Is In eighth place.:
DOUBLE FEATURE delivery man for the past two West line of State Road 225: tered Into by the Board and Mr. wa. received from the Board oi Gem JewelryED

years. As I married a girl from and the East line (and an extension and Mrs. Smith, the FFA members Trustees: Motor vehicle accidents and diabetes .

Masked RaidersWith there, I"ll be coming' 'back someday southerly of such line) of will be able)i to begin operations Marilyn Crosby, Bradford Ele- were ninth and tenth place

but In the meantime would that certain county road known on the tract. pending the ultimate mentary School; respectively SIMPSONSeaboard
Tim Holt Ilk* to receive the Telegraph each .. the J. R.. Kelly road. purchase. Nina Bishop Bradford High Total number of deaths last year
I from all causes was 24,909.
week so I can keep track of who'swhere Specifications for proposed cat The securing a site for the School; Railway Watch BraptrtvrKOCH'S
-, ANDInvisible --
I and why. LIving next doorto tle guards to be approved for operation of a demonstrationfarm Charles Cowen, Bradford High

a very prominent man of your county graded roads were revised has long been a goal of the School; Potato 'Tomatoes'Are

RayBoris city-Sheriff P. D. Reddish-I to read as follows Length run- Bradford FFA Chapter under the Kathleen B. Green RJE High' True Fruits

would like to keep up ,with his ning; cross way with the road, 15 guidance of their advisor, V. R. School; ,

Karloff. Belo Lugoal clean-up campaign ot the county, feet; width running; with the road, Ferguson. Jerusha V. Major, RJE High Horticulturist SaysA CUT

Also Comedy Serial and ceo Mayor Wainwright and 6 feet; four 6-ln. concrete walla, Other Items of business trans- School. ORU
Chief Thornton. Thanks.". week or so ago the Telegraph
24 In. deep: decking to be 4 In. RATE
published a picture of a potato
Sun., Mon., Tue, July 9-11 See Billy Cresaler and Billy Iron between pipes pipes, spaced, or with railroad 4 In. space Irons Final Rites Held For Glenn Raulerson vine from the garden of Mrs. M.

Booth .back in town after a .J. Sadenwater that'
apparently
spaced 4 In. between Irons, either! Who Gave His Life Fighting Waldo Fire
Sword DesertDana month's tour of the highlights of of which are to be securely fasten bad potatoes underground and "to- RUBBER GLOVES, pair .

THE the West, including Grand Canyon ed down by suitable metal bandsor Services were held at 5:00: o'- i tlat Church, and a member of the matoes" on top.Apparently .
National Park,
Yellowstone to keep them securely clock June 27, In stPaul' HaUdey Lynch Post American several other Florida -
clamps Tuesday
p.m. ,
Andrews, Marta Torea the Carlsbad Caverns, and otherspots. I Thirsty Crash Towels 18x36 .
In 16-ft. of beat Lesrton. gardners having been noticing
place; one gate ,
Also New Short .Hear they made the en- Episcopal Church In Waldo
material obtainable, and to be I He war.the son of Mrs. Eva H. I this strange phenomenon and this
tire trip without a mishap, and for 'Glenn K. Raulerson 37, a
painted with two coats of outside Raulerson and the late James W I week the Extension Service at ,
Wed.. Thurs.. July M, IS poor me-I'can hardly get from llfelon resident of Waldo; suit 'the Cannon FACE TOWELS ,
Raulerson of Waldo. University of Florida Issued
or deck oil paint or with two>> Also sure
DOUBLE FEATURE here to Klngsley Lake without coat of creosote or other approved died suddenly Monday afternoon, Vtving In ,addition to his mothe a bulletin stating: "If your Irish
tire! .Myrtle: Lewis June 28.
blowing a
coal tar product; all concrete are two sisters; Miss Louise Raulerson potatoes bear fruits as well, as 1 gal. THERMOS JUGS from '
Winner Takes AllJoe and sister, Hilda Forehand, work to be of one part cement He gave his life In an effort"to Waldo, and Mrs.' R. B.. tubers, don't be surprised." ,

are probably leaving Europe about two parts sand, four parts help save several homes that were Leftln. Green Cove Spring;' a':, Dr. F. S. Jamison Florida Agri-
back In the
klrkwood now, since they're due crushed rock or gravel; reinforcedwith endangered by one of the worstforest niece, Ann Leftln; and a sister cultural Experiment'Station hortl- Plastic SWIM TUBES . .
Jr., Elyse Knox States by the 13th.: .Hear they'vehad
fires In the of Web
history culturlst
have one-half Inch reinforcingrods in-law, Mrs. Leslie H. Raulerson, point out that recently ,-
ANDStrange a marvelous time. and do. The cause of death at-
running horizontally spaced was Wlldwood. developed highly prolific varieties
completely together made the with rounds Myrwln of 8 In. apart and securely tied together tributed to over-heating and over-. Pall bearers were Billy Cannon have more of a tendency to produce BEACH BALLS, 5" to '18" 39c to]

Bargain Europe with one-half in. n! ln- exertion. He was born In Waldoon Bobby Williams Jack Oelslnger. fruit than some of the old
Long, Including: England Italy
February 26, 1913 and wasa virietle.
nOn-Rus- forcing rod running vertically Billy Nabers, Louis Prevatt, and
and 'most of the other spaced In. apart; suitable drainage veteran of World War II. He Manoet Ayers. Numerous gardners have writ-

Martha. Scott.Also New Jeffery'Lynn slan countries t to be supervised and approvedby enlisted in the service March 25 Rev.. Fred Yerkes. rector of ten to the Experiment Station FOR BEACH PLAY:
*
The BPW ,girls certainly do the Board. 1941 and was the first local man the church, officiated at the services this season to ask about the fruits

spring some happy surprises! The Tax Collector pre.ented'hla to enter the services assisted by Rev. Franklin that have appeared on their potato Sea Horses Swans' Air Matt' !

lists of errors Insolvencies, and Mr. Raulerson was an employee pastor of the Waldo Baptist plants, Dr. Jamison reports. The

= .. l double assessments on the 1949 of the Seaboard Railroad for a Church. : fruits, appearing on the vines o f

tax rolls which were duly ap number of years, but for the put DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I'I the plant have been about half SUN. GLASSES .. .. SOctoi
: proved. Said lists showed 112.96 year he has been employed at was In charge of arrangementsand ] an Inch In diameter and are brown

More Dollars Staying At Home county tax and ,499.90. discounts the University of Florida.' He Interment was in Laurel Grove I or purpiiab-gr.en.. They are not BATHING CAPS .

I making a total of $5,796.09 was-a member of the Waldo. Bap- Cemetery Waldo. V edible. from > v
real estate' and tax ---- -- The horticulturist
on personal "Ptalna that
I roll and $2 Class B intangible and the .!!." ,or ".ppl..". ,. they Kiddies' .
$18.75 discounts, making a total Youths Under 18 Who Get Summer Jobs have been called, are true fruits Life Preserver'' . .

I of 120.75 on the Intangible personal Must Obtain Proper Work CertificatesYoung i having developed from bloom on
The Starke Cleaners ClAd r.c.ntlyadded LINEN SEHV- the
Dry Laundry tax roll. \' plants, while the potato in FREEWAX and
I ICE to the man. ether services el eataMiahmrat\ .,,'-,This was done people under 18 who Intend under 18 working In hazardous the soil are tubers. ,Plants that t 69c

la keep these dollars at hem. It was grattfriag when ether "be to work this summer should occupatlona and working too long bear fruit also! bear poUtoe.

' lievers In Stark. ** needing this service became out cuatom.... I Seems that one night last week contact the County Superintendent hours.. I Some varieties produce more Insecticides to Kttt House pests!

r CestaTOtuIatieas to Three Friend Sashes Saep. City Saber Shop I 12 of the busy members walked In of Public Instruction for Special attention was called tc ,' fruits than others, and those which

; I I LOOT Pair Beauty Shop. Guidon Grill and Tempi Motor Court.U on Marian Mow for the evening : proper nvork certificates. J. C.HarTell working hours by Harrell who said I have been developed In compara-

. I i. .They, even brought their own Industrial Commission the Child Labor law prohibited'I; tlvely.recent years have produced SPECIAL We hare Just a dozen
>pU Ill* hat < Ik* St tk Dry CMM) sad Lsaadry t.mrb.e .mI more than
, pl.yw.N Is. -. *ra tUrtr eswllN e very enhsa.ed. .....1IIy psr Cokes, tcge'ther with a lot of nice representative, announces. Har- minors under 16 from _king 1 .. Dr. moat of the old yarieUe. $1 KNIVES we're selling at '
I ran tk.t. or. still ea.ugh .< em cld..sdlq !taiadrr .......-_ .. Mk. gifts for Marian's house. rell handle child labor Inspection more than six: consecutive! days In'! Jamison says varieties -j
H _8...... .M..ak> I lac sa .ulMltk _.ahU.II1 h _.1., s I Ifrsl b.ds..e new for this county. anyone week or more than eight'' may be classed in t groups In regent -

I i, aim sod a .had dn..s so ...... '._..'."0- I Something tells me she might have Harrell said that all minor hours In any one day. Nor does flower to bud flowering BILL FOLDS (Western) . .
fall owning
I found out about It ahead of time, without
with the exception of those workIng It permit youths under 18 to work :
... .. when
Why send your laundry and your dollars -10 yoU *-* few flowers
I for she had hot chocolate and a In street trades, domestic service before 1:30"a.m.: or after II p.rn. open but fall
local iacilitles are amply equipped and slatted to take .c.t! el the I I big fudge cake to go along with and farm work must have However,. minor lIS and 17 may tounedlately; -nowVr. open and The Amazing; New CARPLATE."The .
entire laundry need. el the city and the county pe..t for several ,
"I days o lack
I I certificate before beginning their work at 4 a.m. and work until
the Cokes, but still she vows! It 10 viable pollen; and 4--flowers are 20 Minnie Wax Job" _
employment. p.m and hour may be ex-
We are personally interested in YOU- I wa.L a complete surprise. .Hear Responsibility for carrying out tended fOr boy In this category Produced Produce In large numtora. open,,
that Tillman Hutto la quite set viable pollen and bear $1 size ETHEL .
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the Industrial r
the 14-Inch the provision of the law rests Commission determines fruits. CHLORIDE .
I YOUR CLOTHES AND THE FUTURE OF STARKE up set over he won Sunday afternoon screen TV on with the employer. Harrell pointed the employment I* not

the "Stop the Music program. out that It ta the employers harmful to the youths' health or toxlcatlnar beverages are. sold| for
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Can't say I blame him a bit. duty as well aa his protection to welfare consumption on the premise. STOI
Add vacationers I envy: Leila I comply with the act. Where there Another provision mentioned by Harrell said that further In. DRUG
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Mundy and daughter. Jean now' I* any doubt aa to whether the the representative was the section formation concerningthe Child
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Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry I seeing the sight of New York>t .' youth is .18 the employer should of the law prohibiting any person Labor law, could be had by con K 0 C H DEiItiE21

obtain"proof of his ace. under 21, whether married of tatting the local Superlnten4enl i' FREE
Well. seem to be all for now Generally major i viola don* ol of Public School or *"
I Phone 28-J Free Pick Vp Delivery Starke. Florida single, from being employed to writing th SW |
: .So long .See you In the nextCarolyn the Child Labor law have been Child Labor Department of th. PhAie 53
\* working minors without or about any poolroom barroom, Florida Industrial .
proper Commission fi
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work certificates, young people, or any establishment where "'"- Tallahassee.

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