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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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II Cents For Meter Violations BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH E




4uesday, May IS: it .will Garland Godwin

ors 10c Instead of :5c to Official County Publication Established In 1879
metertickets" Will Be (
| their parking EmployedAt -- .. -. .. -- .. I
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parking meters were the Council meeting<< Tuesday TY-TWO BTAKKE FLORIDA FKIUAY MAY 4. 1931
Ice .. NUMB Kit: FORTY-TWO ,
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night Chairman ------------ -- --= -
here some two yeara ago H. A. Bishop -- --- --- ..
been having lUen- Jr. recommended that Oar- Sen. Clark -
as Replies To
officer place a nlckle In land Godwin be employed to Appreciative MessageSent

iJ I of a car found parked Inf make a survey of the City's To Him By Grateful Starke CitizensJudge McCool Corbin Defense
electric plant
the regulations. At the operation and

k> the car la tagged with give recommendations for the S. D. Clark. dean of the time, and In some larger countlc< i

{(.que tlng the violator to purchase of a new unit for the Florida State Senate received a I I they will be very lucky If they
I memberIce power plant. telegram last week that did him ever have one. '
to
nlckle any
force or at the city Illsliop iMUImd' that G.xlwluwoiiM more good than a dose of spring I "With Charley's experience and) Begins As State Rests

in wera Imposed only on have th* axitJittaiire of a tonic. friendships, which he has acCumulated

Allied to remit the nickle man for doing this work who The telegram thanked Judge I In the House and Senate

lit/ discussion Tuesday ha had 40 years experience. Clark for his put In helping to for so many years, and with.

uiicilman O. L. Hazen Cost '"If the survey to the city\ elect Bradford-Union Senator his outstanding connections with I

it the :5c courtesy ticketed 'was 1300.estimated at from ZOO to Charley E Johns president of the,his colleagues. It Is needless to; WITNESSJAILED Defendants Identified As Men :

to lOc effective May 1953 Senate was signed by come say that Starke, Bradford and Un- j

otion was seconded by After a lengthy, tllwiiNNlon, of 500 citizens of Starke and vicinity., ion Counties will grow with business /

' Edges and all membersHe the matter. the Council agreed Commenting on the telegramIn and population. We all thinka With Beaver Prior
To
to hire His
Mr. Godwin
affirmative except to make thesiirtey. his Saturday "Cracker Politics" lot of Charley, and I am sure h. Death

awls who did not vote. I column Tallahassee newsman will make us an outstanding Frjesl-

Seated that In the event Allen Morris said: dent of the Senate. In 1033. ln>ntonil Hell, one of the rarlyaVfcnie An entangling mesh of circumstantial evidence i

tickets are not paid bytf ly for collection. In the event "The Inner workings of a cam "I understand a little movementIs u inpases. In ho 1\I4>ul'orhln had been woven around Claude James McCool and '

the day following re- ticket. are not paid, warrants will! paign for Senate President are on In Starke, headed by.hi ( raw was taken from the Marion S. Corbin as the State rested its case at 2

[$1 penalty will be en- be Issued for persons holding unpaid often so complex: they puzzle friends and well wishers for p stand and Jiilleil at 4:19 Thursday p.m. Thursday in their trial on charges of first decree

tickets and it will be necessary who consider themselves person informed party for Charley, to be brought I afternoon for (nntompt of court. murder In the death of Claude Heaver! on March 3. ;

I stated that a list of un- for them to appear In city about by donations of food and lie IN. I thn utrpxon. of ilcfentlnl In Its 'lengthy presentation of ,
on legislative matters testimony by
financed by his friends, This Is : Claude. McCnol.When 22
holders will be furnish.nollca court which will increase the otherwise. S I witnesses the State sought to that
department week- penalty of the ticket considerably.,. very nice gesture and I know It nuked by Stale's AttorneyT. I. killed by thrusts of prove Beaver was i
-- --- "But the people of Starke, in will be appreciated, but I heard K. Duncan If couldn't put a. a sharp instrument into his in _

poutlcally-alert North Florida,' Charley tell some of his Mends In "..Ir.. on the. end of his replies, Bail testines prior to the time his body was found in the >1

Baseball Finals showed the other day that they, Starke back seat of a burned automobile S
am UrgesOn recently that he would said, "Yen, but hot to )00. parked between the
knew the score. They sent past rather have a good old fashioned A few minute later Bell\ Hald home-s of McCool and Corbin on South Street. f

President S. D. Clark of Monti-j I I barbecue or fish fry honoring the "That' a lie" vthon Deputy Sheriff. Attempts by defense council to show that the

301 Next FridayBecause cello, dean of Senate, a telegram entire delegation of Bradford and ('....11 Saudi stated that he ("',11)) : wounds in Denver's abdomen might have been caused f

I beating more than 600 signatures| Union Counties..-.-Doyle Conner, wax standing In Ule courtroom and by an axe used by Fireman Russell Elberle in pulling !

thanking him for helping elect Clarence Roberts and himself had heard the ". of
I trnllinony a pre- .. me car seat rrom the burning
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-
lowing telegram signedI of travel distance the their fellow-townsman. Senator I would suggest a mammoth homecoming \loun. wltnoNS. VndiT the.. rule, all I.i'a.: : automobile, were denied by autop

I businessmen was sent East Florida conference was divided : Charley Johns -. resident'of the for the three inviting ultiU'swM" are banned from the 'j sy-performing Dr. Henry Blank of .

|i 10 State Senator Charley Into a Southern and a Northern 1933 Senate. As noted; here several everybody_ men, women and ro'irtrmtiii. when iiol testifying.! 1--' Gainesville who said that such :

division for their annual baseball weeks ago, one of Johns' biggest children of both counties. And Attorneys for the defense nnl! ciiuiil!, not have been the rase.Dr .

". that you see Road De- tourney. Play starts Wednesday assets In the race was Clark's make It some time after the the 1011..141 Imimvlluti-ly cvriitutl licli, \ I McCool and Corbin I C. B. Pollard, University' of .'

r[halrman McKethan,and in both divisions with the final shrewd generalship. Clarke en- Legislature adjourns May 30,, as and Judge A. Z. Adklns. mild, ".'111 in courtroom .1" Florida toilcotoglHt: who assisted.

Started at once on widen game set for Friday night here. gineered the sudden< blitz that everybody will be too busy up him In Jail." I ? in the autopHy said there were \

changed Johns from an underdogon through then."Tallahassee. motion of Defonw Cmiimxf. J
i Ie Avenue through The Northern division of the I'piin no (rare'* of carbon monoxide In

Road Department Rep. Conference baseball tourney begins Friday" to a winner on Mon Is not too crowded, 1*. Uuy ('",,,,,,, Judg/: Adklnft In- I thin hlnnil. Indicating that Heaver

vices that right-of-way here Wednesday afternoon. day. and I wish a lot of the folks from xtriK'tixl the Jury not to permit WATCHI was dead before his body was l

| arranged for. Urgent May 9, at 1:00: o'clock. This first In a lengthy letter to George that section could motorcade up I IhiMtproiwdlngn to Influence theirerdlct. I burned. i

1 be started and finished finds St. Augustine, facing P. K Kopelouaos! this week Judge< Clarke here and see what Charley Doyle \' FOR EXTRA -- ."---" iE..-

season now before Yonge and at 8:13: p. m. Wednesday expressed his appreciation for the and Clarence are doing. We Invite
trnftte begins. Local telegram. Kopelouuos the all to A Npcclttl' pillilun. kis hut hue
night, Bradford meets Palatka. sparked you please be sure to call TESTIMONYOF
ready to come to Tal- Idea of the and the If <.lr\el.<.Jlm..n..f| the Mc'ix
''The winner of these two telegram movement on us you can. You are most
games C'orMn trial will .lx l Isuip4
can be helpful. Please meet Thursday night at 8 p. m..onthe kept snowballing until 500 welcome. And to those did not STATE by
I he Telegraph Friday. I
Ponce.) local diamond and on Friday signatures were added. In his let- know of your fine congratulatory '

night the winner of this division ter Judge Clarke said: message, and who possibly.wish to WITNESSESAs Thin extra Mill l bit on mile. at I'

To Speak faces the winner of the Southern "Upon receiving that most extraordinary send greetings to Charley or my- the iassapap.-r| office and al is o ,3 h

division here at 8 p. m. for the telegram from you self, we are happy to say that the the State rested at 2. p. m. the following D<*wsNtandlKixh'K
ion Meet I IB
/ Conference championship. Trophies and our friends which I appreciate field Is always open for as littleas Thursday In the McCool-C rbln ...l Oahmer's., Carpenter., ('an"1' I IKcadprfl

fj... Currle County Super. forthe winner and runner-up will from the bottom of my heart. three words (My best wishes) murder trial the following wit- ) advlvil to he
are on
be awarded. I am happy to report that while I on a penny postcard." I fleeces had told their stories from
counties In Northeast
IK: the lookout for thin. edition
was little under the weather Your humble friend ...
I a the stand
pr the Farmers Home The local squad split the two, : during the day. I -- ... .
I II some few weeks ago. I am getting S. D. ClarkeA F1IIK CHIEF C. W. VM'KETT II
Btlon wlir talk on his played this week
games -edging
I'I along and feeling fine now, and committee is now being or- testified, that the blazing car was Mary Lou Beaver '
t the American Legion Gainesville High 5-4 In an, extra :
I I I that long telegram added an extra ganized for the Homecoming, a* practically "put out" by shooting of carbon monoxide In the blood.
(lay night, May 8. Currlei inning and losing to St. Augustine and
i stimulant to me, I will hold It close outlined above, and all who are In water through the back window, This Indicated the man win dead !I young son
i the various supervisedrams 8-7 last Friday night over there. ,. I IOH. I
I before being burned he said.
to'my heart as a memento the terested In helping with donatin ; but that the fire kept "flashingback

; of the F. H", A. and'I Jack Hazen pitched ,and batted rest of my life. The warm feeling lof finance food<.l or person.r'.8 r"-' up" as It something had hENRY: BLANK testified1that.thn ':I stopped and asked If he could be of L.i''Ei"t
I'll of whai- his
1 program: the team to victory over Galneaille. and spirit of Its contents. shall Ice will be greatly welcomed. The been placo..'in- the automobile to body was In a badly burnMi any help. Three men, he later !

.Northeast 'Florida.,!: In- ..giving up 2hitsnd'knock never be forgotten. may contact: George KopelenntrvTSteve blake\ It burn P'&I"0""ar" (III'! ov..rthe *2rirt mutilate* 'rendition. U.- lden fled *i McCool :.Corblit, and
the a sl letbfqe1fferedboth ing out 3 hits to his credit with 4 back desire of exposed of Intextlnes .
"The City of Starke, Union and Simmons Phil Vltnky for car, but mostly in the loops Beaver war there. All three appeared

veterads and non- times at bat. The winning run Bradford Counties, have a lot to be immediate informa Lion.( Conation seat.FIIIKMAN. contained., three distinct to ba drunk. McCool and.

IS a program whereby, came in the bottom of the 8th thankful for.: 'The honor of being by mall may be made-payable to lU'HHKIJ EIIKULE punctures, apparently made with Corbin were attempting to get r !
an extend loans for the when Davis raced home who discovered body of dead man sharp instrument: down, and" Claude Beaver
Inning Pig President of the Senate comes to the Homecoming Committee, P. O. up Braver into the hick seat of the r

r building, altering or from let on Hazen's 3rd hit of the !some counties just once In a life. Box 485, Starke. when he attempted to pull the to the left. The wound was sufficient rar A.k".J'bow this case came ti I In. stud the wounds In Beaver'i
feinentlal" farm buildings from the to have caused death and
seat
still blazing rear car I
game.
his attention he sail that he reada
abdomen msdo with blunt
a
urse Includes the dwell- The Tornadoes pounded McKinney said that he used. the pick end could. not have been made by the were
small Jacksonvillenewspaper
article In a I
are long term loans for 8 hits, Including 2 I Jimmie Carratt Glad To Be Back To Stay I of the. axe and that he hooked the fireman's axe, In his opinion. I I and contacted Sheriff InntriuiK.! and by upwardthrusts. .

Blerest at the rate of 4%. triples one each by Thomas and left front edge of the rear seal KOIIKHT 1 \I'I'raervlce: station -.
After Serving Three Years In Greek ArmyThe rteddlsh. Dr. Blank sail< that tho sMnaren !
|seven such loans havee Hazen and 2 doubles by Jimmy to drag It out. Defense Counsel had \ attendant testified that Me .
LAWKKNf'K IM'.<;Ml.': intestines
| by Currie In his dls- Rowe.Hazen 2 scattered attempted to show that axe might Cool and Corbin drove Into station em- covered by protruding I
gave up most emphatic thing young swoop down from the hills at in ployen! of the State 1'rhon." testified was Intact, indicating that '
available to qualifiedIs but Gainesville tied the have caused gashes found about 7:43 or 8 pm., March
a program for pur- hits 5th up Jimmie Carratt said In his talk night; take everything edible and Beaver's abdomen.t'll.RLES 2. A third man, ha could not positively that Cason l Identified MrCool In :? the wound was Inflicted before the )
4In the
ind and developing this score Inning and Inter on a before the Rotary Club Wednes. go back Into hiding.! They would !' (NCIIMIDT, undertaker !Identify, but "reiemblod" line-up at the prison end that nil fire startedMi j

pw nershlp.oans free base an error the, catcher anda day was a heartfelt "NO" when also capture boys and girl: and testified that body was removed photographs; of Heaver, was on the men In the line were dressed the 'Cool and Corbin falling to .

are also long term ference ruling on someone ask him If he intended to compel them to serve In the guerilla to funeral home where bnck seat. sarre" [ post their bimil, which was set at

are only made to ap-' very timely Bradford double by lost Knight.their go back to Greece. army, the speaker said. Gainesville doctors' performed au TUS'MTI'F.S"I: recalled to H. I.. IiITP'YfS, : Jacksonvillespecial :' $3OOO each have been In out of I

|ho have as their lifetime The boys to Ket-. Anyone who had heard him speak He was high in praise of Finn.dii's topsy. stand. to present more pictures agent for tile National town confinement since their arrest .
second of the season
a full-time farming game could well understand this positive General Van Fleet, new commander POMCKMAN: HILLY OVKU-: and explain them to jury. Hoard of Fire Underwriters, with following the alleged crime. .

the program will be op-of'pitched, terlinus by and a was 1-run.leading Harold batter.Davis reaction for Jimmie had a story. of the 8th Army In Korea: STKKF.T: testified' that he found. IIOIIIIV Melt ti:, 8>'rvlc station 21 years experience Ih this fl..II,1|I Much of the testimony stated '

( The son of .A H. Carratt, co- who Is credited with giving the the billfold, later Identified, as I testified that he examined the Wednesday and Thursday was a
to Lebors attendant
Jieiest American corroborated
Lappe'stestimony. (II
2 for 3. The local jumped forceful
who I getting owner and manager of the Park leadership .necessary. to Peaver's, examined contents. dried burned automobile and that on the repetition of that given at a hear
are operating. I Into a second Inning 6-" lead and Theatre In Starke It seems that spark the Greek army offensive It out, and delivered to sheriff. I running hoard on the left haul side Ing before Judge A. Z. Adkins on I
e planning to operate :a held it until the Yellow Jackets! against the .guerillas CAUTIIKI. II UJsp.U.r of Jack
Jimmie got a yen back In 1937 to UF.I.11TY CrCIL MCUF.LLtestified there was a little burned place March 10 when McCool and Corbin .
| means of livelihood. for 3 hits and !3 Jimmie said sonvllle testified that after gettingoff
Davis that with
the aid
I pounded return to his father's homeland, that h.. and two fire Underwriters across the running board( which were denied their request for freedom
Mm of the American Le- runs l in the bottom of the 6th Inn uf American equipment the Gr..ekeml work that night of March 2 she
end study In one of the Greek examined the car on led Into the floor of the car. This under a writ of habeas
nal Convention held In and Ketterllnus ht came to Starke to visit a friend
6 -
ing. Bradford got hits eventually hope to become
universities. I Tuesday March (8, and completedthe Indicated that some inflammablesubstance corpus. I
> < last October'will be: 9 hits. Jimmy Rowe open. self-supporting1 but hat It would Mrs J. W. Godillnf who lives ablock
I Before he could return to this examination on Wednesday.Belt might: have been placed, Again was toll the story of howa
i his meeting. and collected take many years to completely! from tie Mct'ool and Corbin
| with triple rehabilitate
ed up a country World War II caught him I buckle WAil found In car, recognized or spilled there causing the fire, South Street neighborhood was
'lonnalres and Veterans, to bat. the country.A home! She heard a car horn blowIng -
2nd time
single his I'1
and introduced as State's'Exhibit I aroused about 3:0.1: March 2
there and he sweated it out he said : a. m., ,
filly invited to attend WHllston there distinguished visitor at this as If stuck and went outsidet
II. The boys play through the manyUrlals and tribulations H.ShERIFF. 'I JI\NITV I.KM.F.V, waitress, .st by the blare of shorted horn on the
lug: but not meeting of the club was General see If It was her car Shis then
Thursday the score was l I.. I). IIRDItlSH .
suffered by the people of Jo Jo's Place on South Walnut burning automobile. The fire department
Sumter Lowery of Tampa who Is noticed the fire, called Mrs. God
known at press time. Greece during that period. testified that the billfold was the Street testified that the night was summoned and the
on
I now vacationing at his homeon and to Investigate -
new ding they proctded
all Season I Then came the time In the postwar Kingsley Lake. same as when Overstreet handed I while Mr. Godding called the, of March 2 she saw McCool and blaze almost extinguished when a
i It to him, but that he did not makean
Baptist DedicationOf and broken hose canned Fire Chief
-
the
period when Greece needed General Lowery added his praise Inventory of Its contents. fire department. She said that she Beaver In place (hey remained
men to fight the Communist-In to there until closing time., Pickett to return to the station
New Building ; Carratt's In speaking of General !MARY lOfT KRIVKR testified saw two men, one tall, one short,
spired Guerillas who were threatening Van Fleet 12 midnight. She said Dearer offered for replacements.
and said that Florida
the into the Th
pushing car yarJl.
that she had been married' seven
Mondayrcules Attracts Large CrowdAround to overrun the country and should be proud of a man he described years this May 8. Has four tall man entered a house and the to st up beers for the houvtland I During this Interim, Night

Jimmie was drafted In spite of his: ss "the best fighting general children.ago Hasn't seen her husband short man got Into another car In slm) offered to lend MrCool, Patrolman Bert Johns testified

rcules 600 persons.membersof vigorous protests that he was an In the Army." He said he had! since January II when he left front of the house. Mrs. Godding money when he learned that the that he saw one of the defendants,
the congregation and out of American citizen. "But your full confidence In Van Fleet's latter was. broke. State's Attorney McCool. toss lighted matches Into
Humphreys to look for work. She spoke In told the tall man the fire depart
Gold-digger town visitors-gathered at the father is a Greek so you are a ability to cope with the situationIn Duncan then read corroborating I the car In an apparent attempt to
Initial forced voice fighting to restrainher ment had been culled and he first
P'e game Friday First Baptist Church last Sundayfor Greek," was the position taken by Korea. testimony trm Evelyn Robinson, start It blazing again.

.3 T, to officially opeu the long-walted dedication of the Grecian government, and Jim: General Lowery, who has. long 'Stste's emotions questions as she Identified answered wallet the. replied thanks. "Huh", and then sal'l! former. waitress at Jo Jo's who II. | Other witnesses told of seeing

ford County Softball the handsome new $200.000 edifice. nile served three years In the, been outspoken In his! oppositionto Is now< in Maniachusett halgtv..n two men--one tall, one short-
ason. The and contents and also belt MUM. J. W. iOIII.N. 316 South
second !
game The dedicatory sermon was Greek army. the United Nations organi/a- at a preliminary hearing. pushing! the burning automobilefrom
[ill feature Camp Bland- hour by I buckle as her hu..band's.TONY Cherry St., gave virtually the sam< MIFRIFF KKDDIHII recalled tlJst.nr the street Into the between
preached at the 11 o'clock "If It hadn't been for aid from tlon described It as .a "death trap" yard *
-awtey. Dr. Chandler Stlth executive secretary the United States the people in, and said that If the white race surrenders STEVENS photographer, testimony as Miss. Ragsdale. to Identify. contentS of tank the McCool and Corbin

ve been revised to speed of the Washington D. C. Greece would have starved" he Its sovereignty to any such testified that he took pictures of FonT JOHNS!!, city policeman and, affirm that objects were the houses where It was found by

|i las and insure all spec. Baptist Convention. who was ordained clared It was Impossible to I' organization It will eventually automobile and other views of thescene. testified that he saw. McCool strike same.' Defense asked that the contents firemen.
de-I
f two hours and 40 min- in the church here in 1926. during the guerilla warfare find Itself overrun by other races a match near the burning car'. of the tank be thrown out ..*i After Sheriff P. D. Reddish had
(H&. (J. n. POLLARD. UDlv..rslty -
ft Softball entertainment. The street In front of the church became the guerillas that greatly outnumber ours. gas tank after removing the cap evidence on the grounds that' nol I taken the two men Into. custodyand

I are a softball fan be onJ'y roped off, and at noon the ---- -- -- -- --------- -- of Florida professor and assistedDr. toxicologist -' He said that McCool tried twice to one person had had custody of moved them out of town for
was testified that he
night when the first let the tank on fire, and that the ear. Judge Adklns sustained Thomas
that had been placedIn gas "safekeeping", P. Cason
long tables Senior Henry Blank In the autopsy !IW
tll ChaplainTo
ft promptly at 7:45.: : Ad- Strawberries the objection.
loaded with load he then arrested the man and put of Jacksonville Identified. them on
f free to children under the area, were Fill and took blood specimens from him in the city jail. He said that' T. PU\\1.1.: Kingnley Lake
PC to all above. brought by members of the con Like Old Soldiers, Puplit Here the body to his Gainesville laboratory testified that her brother sight In prison lineups (McCool
Beavers '
and visitors for the where he found no trace"Alvarez he saw Corbin standing between at the State Prison, Kulfoid and
[ night May T, Alvarez gregation traditional old-fashioned basket 'Just Fade Away Chaplain Ralph W. Hopkins his house and the burned car. I Job testified that he sw Beaver, Corbin at the Duval l County Jail)
-rules In the I I on the job March 2 and paid, him :
opening Senior Protestant Chaplain at the fANNIE IIAKI.KV' mechanic as the two men he had seen on the
o' FFA dinner. Bradford County's 1931: straw Named that afternoon
ii plays Humphreys heard during the United States Naval Station at said that he removed the gas two weeks' wanes night of March :2 en the old. Kings-
I. ,I Other included speakers Dr. John Mngulre berry season scans on the vergeof Green Cove Spripcs will be guest Assistant DirectorOf tank from McCool's car In the amounting to "02.29 after deduction ley Lak. road at the rear of a
day out this week-the f ''
night the setup tsj' Executive Secretary of Fieri- fizzling sneaker at the First MethodlsJ Chevrolet garage on March 13. He parked car, helping to hold up a
: State I In recent years. State Markets \OLLIK HTAKL1NG, grocer
dlssapolnrlng
-mding most
: vs. Humphrey.; da Dr. W. 0. C*..cener, editor Church lrStarke on Sunday evenIng emptied from the tank two and a third man "apparently In a drunken -
up hercules ; Solomon retired An expected heavy crop simplyfailed May 6, at 8 p. m. Chaplain' half gallons of g4. one match fstlflM that he cashed the check condition" This man was later
and Dr. E. D. B. Alvarez, former 3:30 March
I and buyers Ralph for Beaver about : : p.m.
to materialize Hopkins has Just completed 27 I Identified Cason from
Witness", State stick and two pieces of lead The by a photo-
of "The State
Stark.
editor of the the
h returned
week to manager 2 H. said moneyto
arl moved last greener with the Service
months
Jackson on sea duty match had been struck and the graph as Beaver.
Baptist paper.A the remnants of Farmers Market, has been appointed -j Beaver except for $. owed to,
leaving Force Atlantic Fleet. He Is s
was the pastures stem partially burned. Defense Robert Lapp, attendant at a
Position highlight of the day local"peddlers" Assistant Director of theState him and, the price of a carton ofcigarettes.
the story the season to be bought by member of the Peninsular Metho- Counsel objected twice to exhibiting local filling station, testified that
telling accord-
films !
of) System! .
showing weather condition Marketing t
Adverse dist Conference (In Maryland match that McCool, driving the car that was
entral Truck church from the on grounds
of the building of the the failure. lag to an announcement yesterday, MRtV.E.< "OS"";. sister of,
are blamed for where both his father and grandfather foundation for the exhibit later found burned, drove into the
were
The movies Director of proper brother,
start to finish. by William I.. Wilson, Beaver testified that he
rl H Jackson, formerly taken by the pastor, Rev. Lewis D During the week April 26 were Methodist MinistersA Florida State Markets. had not been laid. Harley said ha came to live with her and her| station around 8 o'clock the same

r for the Starke Ice Co., ,I Halnea. through May 2, growers sold 1.738: graduate of Washington College "Mr. Alvarez U well qualified mad. four notches on the match husband Rev, Victor Jones, In I night. A tall blond man, later
ployed( average of $8.79. In Maryland, Chaplain Hopkinsobtained order that h. could Identify Identified as Corbin. the
as office man- hour the pastor crates at an and stem In She said Beaver wrote was on
At the evening having been a grower buyer, January.
Central Truck Lines. the final message of the Thursday's offering was less than Ills Masters Degree In market and knows the It In front of the sheriff his family weekly and Milt them front seat with McCool and a third

will now have local of. brought day "Clouds of Witnesses". 200 crates, selling from $3: .25 to Sociology at the University of produce manager business thoroughly" THOMAS OA8O.V, Jacksonville money. She last saw him alive 1 man "with rather long, black hair"
from 8 a.m. until 12 and Pennsylvania and his Bachelor of about was on the back seat, Lappe said.
Samples were exhibited $850. WUsan said. He replaced G. B finance company adjuster, testified when she left the apartment
his from 1:30: until S p.m. orders taken for a dedicatory book Season's total now stands at 21.- Divinity Degree from Boston Uni Hogan, who has, resigned from as follows: He was on the old 1 p.m. March: 2 for the picture Upon being shown photograph. of

Week It has had only Illustrating the church past and 905 crates which brought grow. versity. the market post because of illness Klngsley Lake road (State 101 show At that time he was alone Beaver he said that they had the
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Jfflce hours but the new In pictures. The book conUlns ers J223.833.02 Production was about A most cordial welcome Is extended For the past year Alvarez has about 9:30 the night of March 2 In the house dressingHIirRXFF same appearance as the man he
w present.
announced In view of to all service men and : RCUDLHII. flail Stat. had seen, but made no positive
business an Interesting history of the 20.000 crates l less than last been serving as acting manager of sod saw an automobile parked on
{work expected when I church. compiled by Mrs. Alma around 100. their families to bear Navy Chaplain the Plant City market. Ills new the left band side. of the road, headed witness, recalled to stand< afternoon identification

operation clothes here.factory Hough Anyone desiring a copy I I year, and of receipts the 1930 total. Hopkins Sunday night at8pm. headquarters will likely be eitherIn '' In the wrong direction. H7 .....rell.. (Continued on page eight)

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I PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY\ TELEGRAPH., STARVE FLORIDA _
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By Haven Croiby, Deputy Clerk Stark In nradford County, for. thebenefit ftOTICH Estate M>..TICK( Urvlnn"'0 ('HJ A, <:".ITon"..oltl". noti". F hPlnrn ,
4127 4t BUS of the cltlaena and resident in October,, creditors of the estate of Er- wtrtlxq 1 1, I"' '",
who All
Wilt the man
Bradford County and to provide ,
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED GRAHAM !\OTK'K OK I.K )IM.ATIOV ,at,r the appropriation, of money. and 1940 placed a blanket over the, 'In... A. Rennolrtii, decfa.Hrl, art hereby adds"f ''d,. I
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN of revonue for the eon- dead man on highway Florida 200 notified and required to file any .'h. .-
With 1 J. hi rhy given of lnt..ntfontn ..ttructioo.Jr acquliiltlon, equipping, .at Water-oak Curve between marke. claim or demands which they may '. I t.
1878 E. L. MATTHEWS. owNKft-EDiTcm By Mri. John McKlnny apply to>the teal ....*ilpn >>t tM malntenarx .and operation of Such and iMVttrv please come to my office have against said estate In the or. tlrent., \ I ".
Florida. T.eKlHlnture for a bill h ....1/01 by the allocation to ...uchh..plt.1 I or get In touch. Till,with wan m.Brenoot by: tics of County the ,County Florida Judge, In. the of courthouse Bradford ApI' d'.1',: "sitsAdmit
of of the race mull or telephone
which bill Khali pertain ti" the < onRtructlon portion !
of Ral automobile and truck wrerkP. at Htarka Florida, within p"tt ,
Rev. Malcolm Tompkins whl'h be received .
: may
Published Friday and Entered as SecondOffice or acquleltfon tabllMhment. \ d i Blierlff calendar months from th
Every Reddish licht *
'tlJtr. Count I I) < "
Int..nl\n..e and b ?
at Graham equipping .. : :;01
ford will be the speaker of
lit 4 27Libby's data nt the first publication thin
4121| 4t 818r ru
Clam: Matter at the rot at Starke, Fla. Baptist Church May 6 at 11 operation of a public! honpltal at l

MEMBERBubscrlptlun (lj) 1951 a.m. and to attend 8pm.this Everyone service.Is Invited -


tH.&O Annually '1J50 For Six Months Sunday Those meeting that attended at Ix>ng the Bridge Pith ; S .'

: !Mrs. Equlllla Roberta MAMMOTH .
Sunday were : ::: SALE
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John, W.McKinney C. Burton and, Mr son and Horace.Mrs. '

Just An Old Tree. Mrs. Forest Reynolds weekend of here.Jacksonville


.. r se children Mr. and spent were Mrs.the guests Jack!, of Hines Mr. and and r Yv ', 5/1I eJoor3 Swillf} WiJeargaill.J !J"JI."I; ,I

Mrs. Harley Starling SundayMr. .

and Mrs. H. B. Altman of Goes .. ,. .
Everything -
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%7Z Nichols were visiting Mr. and Mrs ; .-. .. '", '
Carl during the weekend. Nothing Held Back;
Mf. and Mrs. Carl Jones were '
.e giieHts of Mr:!. Dehlle Hall at HURRYl & ffJ:;$ '

Hampton Sunday. i. tOfl
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas t
and children of Hampton were % l. ;
Harley Ask ot Store, For 4PageSpecial rrmrt
4 and Mrs.
I visiting Mr.
tWx k kv ? rn .3 e N 1 Starling Sunday afternoon.J. Sale.Color /HIH"'''_
D. and, Vincent McKlnny
,tr t't' spent the,weekend at Waldo. Price: List r..' Quantity Rights Reserved
Mrs. Ray Hines Is 111. We wish

her a speedy recovery.
RR i Mrs. Alice Starling honored stork 3 BQ! SALE DAYS -TIIORS.-FRI.-SAT., MAY 3-4-5 Call Street StC ,
o? I Mrs. Catherine Dyal with a
k
shower April 26.PINE .




5lr IIM.LEVELBy McRao I 0 F F .E E Chase"Pressnre& Sanborn-Pak" LB. CAN 7 .


Church Services at Pine Level (Limit Two, Please)
Baptist church ;were well attended
Sunday with 1T2 In Sunday School
I Mrs. D C. Moore and eon Junior
uaeaffr0la. ... ant II .. Golden Bar '
,. .. r : ".. I Phillman of Tampa were visitors (
',' ;"" $::11 "'" .. ,", /; ', here last week: and were accompa
Lt-...::. _._ :}( ..;:_ nied home by her parents, Mr. and TOMATO
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1 Mrs W. R. Hilslop and her sister, .
Look at the picture above. Mrs. Inez Kelly of Starke who at. r 4 .Y1'L

Not much of a tree, is it? tended the fellowship Meeting at .
Just a moth-eaten old mulberry tree, but the Seaboard Berea Baptist Church In Tampa.. JUICENo.
Air Line Railroad is spending some of its hard-earned dol- Attending the Fellowship meetIng e n1Yj
lars to preserve this tree because of historical significance.Now In Tampa were Rev. and Mrs. HUNT'S
Misses Alice Reddish, 2 46-oz.
W. E. Hall
maybe you think it's crazy for a busy railroad to McRae, Halves or 25c, 4 Ears
and Sherley
worry about an old tree living a little while longer, but the Arley Gwendolyn Benny McRae and Vernon i I t)' Sliced' 13ic 29c ..., : .
No. Z .
fact remains that the Seaboard has retained a tree surgeon Thornton.

who believes he can add 25 years to the ancient mulberry I I Weekend visitors of Mrs. Robert BEACHES New Red BlissPOTATOES
that stands on the grounds of the Seaboard's station in the Myrick were Mrs. Sue Myrick of
Florida town of the same name. I Lake Geneva Mrs. B. M. Myrick Comstock Sliced lc Sale 5

It isn't just an ordinary old tree. Because of its pleasant and little daughter Venice Ann of PIE APPLES Lbs
19c
shade and convenience of location, it became an unofficial Gainesville.We No. 2 TRENDBuy
Golden
gathering place for early settlers in that community long be- were glad to have all the 8-oz.: Plllsbury Ripe
fore a town was there. Many! items shipped to settlers by visitors at' church Sunday. r
I rail were addressed simply to consignees at "The Mulberry Saturday evening dinner guestsof PIE CRUST I'1.CJ. 18c One & Get One BANANAS 2lbs

Tree" and dropped off the train there, to be picked up at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodmanwere for One More Penny! .
leisure.It Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Dixie Darling WhitsBREAD York or Fancy WinesapAPPLES
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown, :Mr. and
has much historical) significance for the town of Mulberry
Mrs. Fred Hnlslop, ( and children, 12c 2
whose residents have sentimental -auilly Loaf Pkgs 29c 3
a affection for this I Mrs. Sue Mr. and Mrs. A. Lbs
--- --- ----- Myrick
j old friend they have known
so long. I:J. Fender and children Mr. and
)I And what does Mulberry's ancient tree have to do with Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mr. and .
us? Just this: Starke has a lot of old trees, too, and instead Mrs. Alton Dobbs and daughter LAND O'SWKHINl -
i of trying to preserve them it sometimes seems as if those in Elolse and Mrs. Inez Kelly.
I charge of such! matters take delight in condemning them to Visitors of Rev. and '-:ra. W. E Ruso Quick-Fro3en! Sliced! Sweetened!

the axe and carting them off to the city dump. Hall Wednesday were Rev. and F
\I Not so in Mount Dora where city officials have recognized Mrs J. E. "Murrhee and son Edward /

the value of their trees and have taken steps to give them. of Hllllard Mr. and Mrs
added years of life. v Solman Hlggenbotham( of Calla- 1NO In rr;
\Ve who han and Mr. and Mrs Alton Dobbs Ctns.-In qtrs. traw
have lived in the shade of mammoth oak trees of Starke.
all our !lives are so accustomed to them that -
we do not always Mr. and Mrs Lavon Alvarez of 69C :
appreciate" the effect they have lb
on the visitor who Is .Orlando attended church here Sunday -
seeing(' them for the first I -
time. Whether we recognize it or and were the dinner guests ot package
not, these trees are the most attractive thing about the town Lavon'a parents, Mr. and :Mrs. O / II I /.1'11 f r 11// ; ,
in
the eyes of many visitors, and
Starke would do well to R. Alvarez.
follow the example of other far-sighted Florida towns and Those who enjoyed the fish fry
spend more time and money preserving, and caring for its at Sampson Lake Saturday were j
trees rather than in pushing them with Mr. and Mrs. Barney Egger. anJ
up bulldozers. COC A Eiii
son, Johnny of Jacksonville Mr or P > I Gin. of 6 I
and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and sons Mr ..1
and Mra. T. N. Norman and son Doilies
all of Hellbronn Mr. and Mrs. J C 0 L A COLA 1
Marlin W. McRae and son Mr. and \Mrs (Plus
Factory Service B. M. McRae and children. Mr. and Dep.)
Mrs. Robert Myrick and daughter
Mrs. Thomas Gordan, Mrs. Bishop Florida or Georgia Grade -- i
Shipped, "A" Small Meaty
WATCH REBUILDING Myrick and daughter Mrs. J. E
McRae and son, Mrs. Sue My lick Spareribs
126 Court St. and the H. M. McRae's. CRISC

Starke, Fla. Mrs. Ruby Limbaugh of Ocala FRYERSDressed Str. 0' Lean Ends White
was a dinner guest of the H. M
i McRae' Friday.NOTICK Bacon u 29c
"Sure-Mix" ShorteningbCan89t
R. B. ALVAREZ TRANSFER I IS *'''"!'" *..urQ TO nratlford APPKtlt Coanlr. & Drawn Taste O'Sea Red Perch
AND .
&SON Klorlilai In hmirrrr.
STORAGE CO. (Lillian;'harl.! ..H Kent. Kent., Defendant F-lalntlff v.. Harry Fillet LL39c i [
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Ca No. 8408 S ,
\otli-e To Apprnr.To Tenderay Beef
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to .
We operate local : Marry Charted K.nt, whore Ma eIr '
& renldence In fnknown. Lb 49C Rib .
: long fllstAncA Roast 95c
R.&ALYtaEZ I You are hereby notified that
"" At'SOIt" a (Limit Please))
One Can.
., anywhere In U. 8. lilt for Divorce has been filed
I avalnut you In ha above
I ,rnlw MOVING e.__...i | Court. and cause and you are named r.-
EXCEIJJENT Hired to flerva a copy of your. an. Corn-Fed Pork Rib End
wr or pleading to the onmplalnt

at STORAGE ,on iiiiiirlaK.. .the. Plaintiff. /se.,-/ae7 rlorl.la.Attorney Lynch. and linlldlnararkiioiivlllR Zarh file. the H., LOIN ROAST Jb. ,49c

I original. In the nrrir of the Clerk rt n f vvatr7t BI H I IH R K BAMH MM. HBBa k-. *( YTrrt"* frl.i' fl I SBhSKINNER'S
FACILITIES f the i-lroiilt. Court on or before the Center CutPORK
'*'th flavor .
Slay 1"M
Agents For sup, I 'be\1I taken..allon.a..*of r-nnfenxed said. Complaint mherwl by you' will the CHOPS >Ib. 69c Stu,f.iy P tit
'rhl. "I""** "''J"11- he PUhll.hed. ''iy'
DELCIIEKBROS. See onre. each week' for four. <-onftrutlve'raplf .
first
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us 'n tits Pradford County Tele Hickory SweetSLICED

.-_. I paten thin'
--- I JHfh day if
I (OrFICIAf St'AT.) A T.PThomni BACON Ib. 59c
III Clerk of .' :
the
< ir alt Cuur' u1. ; [ r s gs E2YItEtivf TP3fI Gttlkri
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ATTENTION ATTENTIONIf J Relax

Re/resh/ NATIONAL BABY W
TOBACCO GROWERSLet I You Have / Yourselfwith

Raisin Bran or WheatCEREALS APRIL 28th MAY 5th
Us Write{ Your I PINE OR CYPRESS :' TealTENDERLEAF -

I TIMBER TO Iles Gerber's Baby i
HAIL INSURANCE I SELL ;, z I Yellow Label Tea %..IbUPTON'S f MEATS c.. 2Clapp's 2-- ;
Large or Small)) Tracts '/
Babv
; Strained

NOW Before You Need ItEL'ery II We Buy All q < ? 33c 64c : c.> FOODS Jar 1J

Orange Pekoe Vt-lb c 1;; Beechnut Baby
Branch 01INSURANCE PAY TOIPHICES TETLEY'S 10-oz PkgLb..Sunshine 1 7 ..... CEREAL Pk,. tC .

*-. 33= 64c Red Label) 8-oa.

{Write{ or Call Karo Bot22c Pablum rk,. r
Cracker_...
-- I Krispy box 30c Chicken 'n Cranberry DInnel '

B. THOMAS WAX SEELTEA Karo Blue Label Green Swanson'. WholeSpring

H. C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Syrup hot 21c hot 23c
LUMBER l
CO. Wax Paper Instant Coffee 13-?*. Chicken 3,4b! Can |

PHONE 146 PHONE 211-J Nescafe jar 1.53:
4oxOl 60c I Nabisco CrearSandwich_ Ocean Spray>
C .lb. 3C(?
P. O. Hox 735 100 Ft RoD Oreo pkg. 1

Constant Service Over 50 Years STARKE, FLA. 19c Cranberry Sauce

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.. _,.._. ___ ____________ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAm, ''. STARRE n.QRm
PAGE TRREyn
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SfKER the occasion.table was The centered large lace with covered a IN Fliirlclni Circuit. In. (Court."an....llradturd,.... (....," In Circuit I .. (('...............Bradford,.. Coontr.Florida Wisri. 41 fty Ii V :0L..t \ ',"111 -in-, fi H ..f- :MI: ,:

Andrew tlrl/\ i I."' .'r :IK': "f NII.'
bouquet of larkspur and American Jvnnlu, Unli" Dd Plaintiff, ndant. v*. Alice Oeorm" Pratt. Plaintiff vs MnbelPrntt ,, "t'ii. I II" L .\. Or""n ..34L.ot' A.' inn,,, W lIe rt: slo
Beauty roses. and held glass containers ppfvndant. Cane No 8379led. I.. : 7 I I'll. II] I. A. Tr"wrt I Iii : I III'. r.. i I.: 21 11t 1 rl N
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Kellcyttllinl Case No. S3 74 ( .. Of Puhltrntlon "nd Notice loAppear :: I 'I' Itli. lfi : :: 22 .:, n, K'I. fiog 28. Si!! ",
01 I of mints. Order lf 4' lucks J. F K'il'r AKI' 003t
party hllrHIInn, And Notice. To s'r're: OK FI.tnUIITo.. E 40" 5%' 100" Ft om in' :.NE; I'or of
the award .tnpenr tt'r,I I'H, oh' KI.O1III Tot Mnhcl Ptntt. whose r<.Mdrnc* 1 I. fit- of I.r, ,,,: I[ I 101k 17 Hl.:>, .f NK, A run
Winning as high Alice J,'ntl, OilY Harrel1 15 In ;
flu la. who. residence knewnTou : 1..1' I j..r. e-Ik IN H I IOA ft W 210 rt
St'rIe.t'li scorer In "The Baby Hit Parade"was out IN, Drumlilll KniulMitnn, Connecti are required to appear" on L"\ik\ I 2' ii. 13 of OIly lhurel1 4.n for a pt of her

|Jm of Brooker Mrs. Verna D. Young. In : May 14th 10B1. In the above nnm .t 'it L. A. nrown 7.11 thence run W 210
You L.'t.' r.. 8. 7. 8 0' ft II 106 ft R 110
Baptist nro roqulrod to appear on Court and cotter, ,herein, plaintiff But ft '
!ItaCrosse the second contest "FamousBabies" May 14th li5l. | in the .above named. sf><'ks dl\',,irce. Bradford County 20 ..1.V' Thou' 4.1 N IOA ft to He- II. 13 1.1.' K-ll.'i Aa-t 1 n !t. I

Sid near Worthing-- Mrs. Fred Elland and Court find cnugc therein plaintiff Telegraph. shall pithllsh this OrderIn stv 5301, of 3tE3 9 7 :0 40 :Nra Mh'ol.n F'. Thofluns 11.31 Lot II A.kRl'1.,1' ,t.i: Powiln-
seek. d Ivorc,'. % as 4a.! t
linday afternoon. Mrs. Gordan Wadsworth. Sr. tied 'I r"ol..r", h shnll Publish Prndford this County Order Witness next four my weekly hand and issue official seal i h.rllr' : \ .4&is of milled I' Heod. Bk 64,

i26 candidates for and each received a small prize. next four weekly Issue at Starke, }Florida this April 12th. All'1 Iii NW'or of NW14 ,1.5 '7 20 80 n. n. Cllrltotl 4.11 g 409 IB .0 ?!! Nrlxoti. MOOT 4 StMM

evoked Witness my hand and 1951. itt" N'u" V A
Much merriment was by official seal tlrlulnnl
t'
attendance lastjjjlia "draw it yourself" st Stnrkc, Florida this April llth (OFFICIAL PEAt.) A. J. Thomas NIct I ..r "W"", "Iij"r :'" I. 10 J.. Z. Williams 1.09 'I inn of Mnrke. 2H II T 23
the game- irtsi.
I
As Clerk of said Court. ,- :Nwt,: & w.. ol Lots 8, 7, of tilt 18 -..
largest In 14 "Baby's Wardrobe" and Mrs. M. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ny Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk. \\' '. ot tob':.. It. '7 .0 K $11 of Lota 1 "". T. Marshall IT"; 04

-e en t. I M. Matchett received the prize As Clerk of said Court E. K perrvman. Stnrke. Florida.Attye AU 1''. of :-1'1\i of JiIIo 106 C. Io'. Pnilirett 48? 3. 11tI..t 19 K* 8 3i
By Haven, 4'1S' 41 BI4 "'11-: '
Crosby for Pit. N ot H. 14 ft '
Lrdlally Invited to for exhibiting a drawing of an attractive Deputy 413| dork 4t 614 .All I I':L;, of NI.\4\ ot 7.:0 I L. a. Williams 1.85 f I..I tbora-. 21 -.31

Church. Infant's dress. Mrs. Mam _____ IX Circuit Court, llradford ("....t,, Nht1: S 0' lid 14 7 20 8 24 1-3 fl of Wtt tend" Inn.
fcc-s of the IV Clr.'iilt Court nradforil CIO....' .' 1".1." ... la f'h......,.. lit, 0\ In t'l l'nr ot 17 31. H. CIU.\tOlt I.U ( r. and Mrs. Royce ie Mead and Miss Louise AdklnH Klorlilnt. In thnnrerr. Victor H. Olammiiioo, Plaintiff V*. it'. ot IL.11 N of UI 1 S t 2t of WU of Lot B of .
Abe Crosby of received' honorable mention for Hubert J. Morse. Hlii Inf Iff vs Maude Rose Olammusao. Defendant Lot 3 8. 21.i U. I Julia Fryer 8 IT lllk 20 St'44alt.ab4ra." '"
.4. A.I.r.\ ..., Defendnnt. Case No. Case No. 831t 27. :37. tl3 40. II.. 23244
o visiting relatives : second and third best. respectively. llnler of Publication tnil otlt-e 8171 1'0 Order Of Pnkllratlon ",... Notice ToApprnr U. 43. 4G. 48. U. 60 1'1 1 70 ft of Lot1 Of ti'tfee., ,,
the various sketches were j Apprnr 111' \.J OP FLORID MfAI-n OF F..Olllno1'..' 61. U. 83. 54. 65. 18. .". lllk 17
Tut
Judging Miuida A. rInse .. residence 67. 68. Ito Lot 1 ntI"lk 27 A.. ,X .Adki'nis. Jr 9891
Morse, Whose '' 81. U. ott Ex:
klnson has return- I. the honor gue ts. Mrs. Gray and Unknown: residence I.: and aJII: .::.:"r.47t1"- )89th Street, U.'odla'n 10 :s I E 70 fl "
I JI JII York LOts 3". 32. J 12 80'1' To, T.. Bhnd'n 04193 W'i of Lot 1 Bill C.rnnl..ta 58.4Bllcimillal
ting her sister In Mrs. May with Mrs. J. W. Home You nre required to Flushing, New : Lt're Voo4ian', It :0 L. L. Rh..vn. 4.95 3. 5. .
May 14th appear on You lire required, to appear on .Ir.. 38. 87. U. A E IB rr of .Uitvi, ,
and Mrs. C. L. May. Court and 1951 In the above named May 14th 1B1. In the above named .e w''. I.ntu so. U. 4. 0. of lllk 28 -\,, ,.
cituse, therein plaintiff wherein plaintiff In ,V'oillnwn Ir H of Lute 3 B 770,07
and I.
Alt and daughter Beautiful decorated baskets of j, seek* <1lvorc.. TIred ford County Court peekS divorce cause, Bradford County 1i10: "t 1.11'. 50, 6B. 11 B U 60 Guy Frlll'o., Alnlr. 38.(8 of lllk 18 ,

ncksonvllle spent pink and blue held the many i In Telegraph, shall publlKh thl* Order Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn W..dlllwn 11 B It H 91 ft of N 171 ft of TItus DillOn 89 24
next four
Ion
weekly Iota fitlY Frlllr" '
Issues. III
39. I E HO ft of Blk IV
next four weekly Issues. \\'ootllawn as
h Mr. and Mn. N. lovely gifts. Rose satin Layette Wltnes my hnnd and official seal Witness, my. hnnd and official seal, II B U 211 h ('). Veakley 664 extended on Enmiy's
at Rtnrke. Flnrldn' this April 5. I1M 1..1'' ,I. \\ ... Trustee Mup.
stands presented by Mrs. C. C. nf Plnrke, Florida this April 11th. .dln"'n 13
(OFFICIAL. SRAT,) A. J Thomas., 1951. ''LN.. 1'. 8. 7, N. II. 10. B U 10 l.'Itreuce' '11". I.al"tkl420 1 Lot 100 ft K Av A. W. Andron l 170

Howard Douglas Tidwell, also held a great numberof As Clerk of said Court (OFFICIAL PI5AL) A. J. ThomaS. I II. 12, 23. 24. 2d. In \ by IOB rt N A, H
By Myrtle T Denver. Deputy clerk Court Woni. swn hounded' oil North
she is the presents As Clerk of said
[know that Day SeldiMi golden nidir RflO Main By TTuven Crosby. Deputy Clerk Lo' :1, 22. 27. U. 37. 1G B U iio 1... r.. nhod..u 25.TR bv Cull Ht. A W by _

|u. Alachua County The refreshment committee, Street nnvtona Peach Florida\ T Frank I.nndrum Storks, Florida 3$. t \V, oii'nwn IS B 23 liroiidway, Ht. 28 6 22 ,A..n..AI_ 1.nhnn.__. lOg. _51_ .,
AttYti.for :
Plf. 1.niN 3, 80 C. r.. Johns 1947
Mrs. Frank 4113 4t BI4 Attys for Plf 4 13 4t 6'4 :3. 14. 18. Is 'i'n'U"
Kad Watterson
Mrs.
11. I It. 0W I fJ'i: Com nt NW 'or of i

Bill Bigham ando Thomas and Mrs. Otto Hicks Sr. NOTICE 11. III "II Lots UP :Mildlnoii A Broad* !
t 40. 42, 5.1 ; way HIS A run N loa !
| weekend with served the guests tiny decorated nlfi'ii'0:. I. hereby lven, that the r"lI..wlnR' described\ lands will bo soldritl 11'.tilawn H i It, ftV 1)0 ft H |(IK ft I

knonvllle. cake squares and chocolate cook. ) nlll'ltnn' "n the 2Bih day of May IIIBI nt I 12 o'clock noon at tm Lots 3 34 In Wool. U 5 U las I.. I.. lIh..I..n D1 64 'K;:; 'IMI.) ft \vPt frb ID I 12 W. .A. IKWenl! Jr. 1700
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Hall In ittark H".. to pay the amount duo fur 1H50 tsxes. herein "' .." IIII"'n Com, at C, of \
Green spent the ies with punch. Assisting these rr..I "islte t" the name, togather with all COHIH, of sui'h snl. and adver- L.nta' :1.? 17 28, 33 S4 18 B U 20 I. I. Ithnd..n I 40 It,,iti let 1'a reta, K. f--

Palatka. ladles were Mrs. Charles Hicks. I lnitf. all. all. 87; ::18I, '::0,: lit' Lot A run N 70 ft .
natives in !NUll! ,
of 1.1 39' III ft for a pt ofoeir i. .
Malcolm Lewis Misses Sylvia May Louise Adkins <>rl.it I mil *4nr...,.. 40. 41. 44, U,nil 4fl Lot n ""'n,,.. run, M: '.
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and Josephine Thomas '. own ..r *Mlnrk :I" 5 22 82. &L 5 8 fig. Id I 141 I ft t lo. Front itt.
tth her parents. EWF Illk I 1.1 Mrs. W. T. Marshall 8809 W..dlnwll. thence H! iilonic "'.
>k In Fernandina. Mrs. L. H. Lambert of Mary I 0' 1..1.., I.nl.. U. 3:1.: 41. 42. 4" .17 B 22 2011 1. J.. Itho.n 4601 2116. n to flit 1 trig
: Blk 19 I En _,, ,i. itt) 01 Town' thenceV 146
fr,5A' !. 3:1.: 84
Mrs. Fred Dodd of .
nry of Palatka is land Keystone, UnnHenl 1 Laboratories, 48.USIlM1 ro. a", Afl2(1' 81. 55. :[1,. "" ft N 176 ft to pt of
,
with her and Mrs. E. S. Sibley of Theressa .4. Iv :NI.,: Lot 82. tlJ 14' iI beg f5 U 6; U"1..... !M K. Hull 751
ek parfrs. 8 84 213Ft
of't4 lix Wo..dlawn. ,.
Gent Stokes. were among the out of' town of Tot 4 & N 10 Ft .W. ...r Lot 3.1 A 11 II U 118 Ih I.. nh"h'II 42.88 l.I" 'tastot. Trtibr .. 4.o's Mil of 's H34 oV.Vt: SN II ::12

guest ?\ k\ tit Lot BI,, of i..ita. 40: 'Sl
fcreon spent the of Mr. and Mrs. 20 A..na..hnrh. U.UI N: ,f "t U'In it Lot. 3 of l'lk 17 A
Patlves! in Dukes. Sunday guests i torlen;': ;;; ;",Inv.:: '' "t'O"tiia.%.;, \VS of Lots I t. I A. .. a..., ,, -
Raleigh Brannen were Mr. and IS of' folk I 27 BxEI Lot. UP 10 t0odlw9 19 51 00U to 1.. t.. H..loll. B Ill Lnt 41it: Hlk 18 'O :'II. \.. PullumJessl 9721

.. I* Parker were Mrs. Gordon Wright and children 70 Fr 11(11( Carnnua* 13.75PunHeal N'iI._ or hut 44 ,in 111 > 22 10 L. I. Ithuden 1.71V""d'Rwn Slit' nr 1111 UreenHomer 38.93
of tot" I I. 3. B of '\ I Lot 80, ft N A it hv .
IH of Mr. and Mrs. of Newberry and Mr. and Mrs. H. nlk U Laboratories 9.75 Lot, :. 3. 4. 7 8" 19 B 22 BOtto Schmidt 2.U lie. rt N A W In Kh ..., C"

jBtarke Friday.WlllenegOauley C. Layfield and family of Gaines S 91 Ft of N 171 Ft Inc.4 .42g.: 31' 27.14. 2'ii: 2".ii,' \\'od 23' 25.,.' ". 57' .r. o....:Lot I I\-\$ IlIk to .. .,: 5- AflklnsMnmlei 5.60

of K
JcGauley ville. ; ftp Ft ..r Blk III dfe awn i': Blk -1ti
were visit- Mrs. Archie Elland and L. D. as Eifondcd on En- -11. :>1\\' 20 5. U ISO 7.. I,. fihodeti 11133 lVrVi, "' ,
t
Hey MapMlnrrllnneous I (\ 8F:1. 24 6. U 1'li.iiheth: 1'rlm' 4111 .
andt A: \" .' Anderson 22.1 "r 10 D lvlL AastlnMalll 39 88
MondayIn
Green .
"
Roy Elland spent Sunday and jist'tellYew. '8 WRn of Lo 1 of

i Homosaasa, visiting the lat.ter's lnrke.. "ect ft II 22 I..rI: 4,11k I.iiclln Brlmer 181IN
Com I lot H of NP Corof 0' I.... ..,.. Me 3, 48 HnllleVllllama, I : !s*
U spending this brother who has been quite SPI/J: of NEl/j I *" 0' itniiwy. 113 1112 Lot. .1. lllk 4H T. J. Alderinun' 161

ugh tel' Mrs. Jack til. run W 210 Ft. 8 10* W 80 ft ut Lot 4 'ot .
Fl. 1': 210 Ft. N 10? Hit 4 l.liliiu. .t.. '
Truhr .
M ti Vild ,..
i Stark 2" It, 112
Marnie O.lrrl", "donI' 1574
ntock. I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May and Ft att Berom J. F. Keller Act. 2.96 nlt II I;x Lot 1 ',' .

Junior Thomas Mrs. Wilma Lambert spent Wed- NK (',,r of SR'4 Blip 19 .#"' airs; 1no'h' flriffis 7.118 Lot I Aft the 14 17 U
of NP714 A run R lOi: MLt ,,f fJlk' 25 t'tariie IIw. 795 of |lnt 1 of lllknV 1
I Mr. and Mrs. J.way nesday of last week In Cedar .'1.V 210 Ft for .,n. (IV" Half POlk 7 tIe... I.'. Vnins'. I U 1 Lot I liotindtMl on

In LaCrosse : Pt of Heir ",..n,'* ttig Lot 2 (Ic.,. I.'. Young 1.21 W by HAL, Itv. N
Keys and Friday run, W 210 Ft. tofir! h------ ---- a'vo: ,\. (IIr"nL Ill hy Lot I of flk 2
C. C. Strandberg visited friends and Ft K: 210 ___.
where they Ft. N 10S i A Lot 7 of HlkII

lishts were guests relatives. Com Ft to tee J. F. Keller. Agt. 4.99n. Yes, tf I... .." laag: oSSaliway. in Section :3t. 2 $. :&."-. :ltl 122'' I I Ih.f.. A (3g., Add:
Nl"
at Cor of A K: bv Cherry m.
Carlton ChastalnMrs 1501S
>een Friday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. WH of HEM/ ; of NRt% Lot rto 2 'f '. S.tdie Crawford 14 Lot. 7. lllk 8 t). f, l.lvlnKstontilmlyn .16
and chll- A run W 175 Ft for "b'dIY 0' Lot 13 : : : Luis 4, A, of Blk 19
adgett Albert llarrlnirtonMr .
Mr. and Mrs. Lot 43 POtnutiol Ite.liit 34NWI 77 S7
R. C. Gray were a Pt of IH'if thencerun I M: 1 110 ft of. Lot 8 of
..rrtngs are visiting Arnold and two children of W 80 Ft. K! or N\VL ot Will f.t.c 791Mvt lllk I M H Matthews ..

his week. children, Tampa. Mrs. Gray will spend loa lIlt Ft.Ft F:to 80 Pt Fl. of.V ftE"% <. OJr NWt. tit II B II 10 i'Itsa: J. 1)inklis, F..I. 452HW" W A.lil S of"A"Hlk tu 29 Htnrk Kx: 1 38 8 83 *. (4 R. DoMlInK 5878

frker and several days in Tampa this week ..tot IT. Little I 444 "r'SF 25 II U 10 John Lot N of Ud. i In HK
Gainesville Wed. One 100 Ft E 8\2 :'. or I41R''. AII.n. 11.17 for r.O ft M A W I'V
returning Saturday. A W bv loa Ft V A ..f II""' ', U II 21 S lOll ft N A H rsI.iit't : I
H! bounded, SEL <,of :'o/W'4' nr : 'rIll I. ('II''" II nnWit
on N flJI4 25 II sold
by II | lo T It..Ilk .
the a. r. Wadsworth 10 C. C. r..l. ::: : : !
Faye Parrish Visiting .r..11 Ht & \\' hy Or N1vr ,wLI" 848 l-oek'N, Adil l to
? family on Sunday were the following Broadway St. lIn..1, l.ohorn. 4B.27 a nil S""; or :%H1, "I..rk. IR I II CecIl Manning 10 M
here Sunday.ames Cecil Talbot tort'.. In"I .r MW', IV or nv 28. U 1..1. I III. LIlt 29 T"'k'
and, Mrs. .3 ::1. T.
W. Thomas Sgt. I Com 2B2V4 Ft E or NBcor --- -.----- Nor NW\ ...r 1'11-1'4 Prevalt 1600 A.II (0 Stalk, 28 8 II I. II. WilkIe 6.56
and children Sgt. and Mrs. Powell cif Uroadway &: of \\ n' livit. '..

[ at Antioch Sun- of Camp Stewart. Ga. Charles I, Ilovt His A run N\2 nr Nlc.t4' Ot I'll? .....1. Is %3. A f..s .,.ll Se "Stark.' 25 II 22v.
N ion Ft. B: 5i4 Ft. S1IV'., or \ 26 6 U
Mr. and Mrs. J. H I InS That ; r\/lV'4 .r T. I'r..valt 801Or .
of Parker. Madison Ft. WA3H Ft I"rtl.n \ 90 rt .r 1..la I. 3.
Jj H. O. Brown and children. Mr. and to Pt of Tteir. ('IYll.V.. Colson 10.71 ( 1'1\\1 tying W ot I or Ilik I J7t'Io II. Jly....
Brings and Joe C. Wynn Corn' at NW Cor of .1 1'1. Stole 1 10.1, N... 200 Ak7 P\it: or l.ta 4. 6 ofItIk 7769
Mrs. Lettie Parker ItautlHt or ..hI .}
Mrs. Alvin Wynn. Parsonage state 1tI
C. were .. ,J. Fred OilY
land. S. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Lot run N 70 Ft. H No. 13I ..I.n that I hot :a dea.. fit r..vd 48.93

Pry Green. Thurs- and 210 Ft. for a Plot part ur N 1100 rt vr "V SR ''' au 4 12 r""ar", frltrl..
Buddy Wadsworth. Dunnell Bi.lC. thence run K:: swat or "W'.t lying .,. I .t5Nfll. ft b2 AV' 494

Garnita Hutto Starke. 141 Ft to front Hti- v ".t $ll"rd; 11.1 74o.2f5iI '" ; hit lOll tt NI, .IS lu -' __
JjMel Vickery ofid Miss thence H .along Hv* No. il' ,I;' J NW 'ur or J-"l:" of. . .\\11....... '
visiting the L. A. Wynns 2115 Ft. to Hlk 3 5 a .r "
Mr. and Mrs. Those Irinngtlirft 1It> 1..1 8 It I I.t.t I '" """"" ""
I Lake Sunday were: Orlw. Town, thence n8 H A t" IV ao I't or .1.314, of '''''''i .. ...
gy. :."---. on Hampton and W 146 Fh N 175-TOP. I i e h'. v I 'It'. 'e ,CI-etv tie rt P. """ If.. '.'v,. lIf'! .a Lot Bill.. NNor .. ., lty"9,: ., SNl.tl
Lewis and' Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen to Pt of Be*. M. K. hull Estate 4.64 rto. ,i V aide In : "' :, : .
E. J. .. B': : "I.tr.II' ,
Marsha Kay Mrs. J. P. N. 2''" 13' 82 JAin" A. 1-61111" ill' 3

day with Mr. and I daughter Ella Jane Miscellaneous ?Ktnrlt. 38 fl 22 _ _ N'14nfNtV'tf517V0 IA .:, 11.IU 11411 I 2t! 8 II JJ. L. U.III'.r 405!
..
and daughter Lot 1 of Rut 1, West !" ot .
Dukes. Hazen II.IIZ"JI-: __ -.- Wlil i4i7'4' .t aesNW -. "' : Lot a. Stark llcightSIL.'Liut J -
i I of Ocalft. Mrs. T. E. Duncan and Pine anCom n. V..T....... 1 U % or Spi.: '" 74 _, -IIt- ........ __ 2U 45 22 ltol"n,1 M. Stuart <.16
of
and Mrs. at HW Cor of _'--'- '--'---- ..r ..w
;ham Hazen of '- ot ;>IWII, of l' 1..ln"I"
business trip little Miss Mary Ruth Madison A ]Mvrtl "141714 2e 6 : u 20 Pr.sl.'y A 1'hnron II &SNW'4 Oily, ("',f. of 1"\4\ 33. tif IIn 112 .1 22Tts :
a a Mr. and, Mrs. L. J. MH A : W 210 Ft
Gainesville .n. U
onday. H 310 rt. a Pt oI7eg oS3i4 nf ,MF'4, rein 1. 2 nr hIlt 3 Hattie Starkas IH

Wynn. Hampton.Mr. thence rllnV iii i.: 198 tt or .w;% I 'f Louisa ,
n 1C *A
Charles RabbitJacksonville and Mrs. Leaston were recent lit Ft. .H 210 Ft. K: "I' :V 28* B'22 U l"lIkllown. 484 14,15::: 2.: :t ::r k\l'k\ 0 Ifatti,. dt.o; ::,, 4 33
kot 'tV
[ were Mr. and Mrs. 210 Ft :N 210 Ft. to SV'4 ,. % I..t 8. lIlt 8 Witu McC''lvnd 3.3UB
dinner guests of I't of HeirOne n. O. Nunnery 740 of, l.lI' 7. ot '
bere SIVt3 U II 22 B Hlt-hnrd WIggit. a 88 I I. 4. 5. M.
Sunday. Seth Kennedy of KeystoneHeights. tract". of 1.0 n.1 510 i7': n' Ii' ':.1., of :oIWI4 Jilt 18 IItll.k.. IH
larrell and Mrs. Ft :.V A H bv 340 Ft "r I'IW'I' U S U 5 Thone, i'owers 266 Lots I. 4. Ttlk I 4 cattle Johnson 4,2
K' A W 111 t-E cor of ,' ,, "W f..r Of '
lit
of : of NRV, 84 5 U p
".ere shopping In SE< of HIi i/, Exis.recl Nt'ys( t; St IIIr'4(,,.r ,,f 10 u. U. itefiroff 410 NW' n' SH'.4 IP rttl -

(day. 'Court, Bradford Count \ Deso Deed! of A \ t \ t
In Klorlilai Circuit In < h.......,'. mnely of Galnes- Plaintiff vs. ..r t''g 33 8 U 4 Columbtte
Mobley, tr hoM' hen<'" ru" itt Chamber 5.64
g Mrs. Wattle Arliona E. Defendant ( 1'" Park N It, \v A fa '01"0 lni-ke, Hr... 2M 8 22 ,': 7NII rt N 450 rt ('"m 220 tt II 'rntn NVh
Joseph T. Mobley 5385OrIer XV 90) Ft of I.ot" 1. 3, ( Nl'1:' '
Case No. W,7HO tt 8 UO rt 10 ;: 110 ;:
\
of Blk 2
I To4p Erlo A. Hyde 1807 rEIn S
Iteg 33 22
reen and Mrs.er of Pnhllcntloti ir KIOIIIOV Anilotlr IJoseph Lot 9 of Blk 2. It O. Nunnery 14.) N l'tfi6r, rU"U'. ofMW 5 I Unrte 1I..lIlon. '.12 1'1 42.1. r, N lit) rt W

|>er NTTI1 residencelar Lot 4 of Blk illomllnit1 Tax Certificate (Mr. 1.41 t'J '17 or Ity 10 8 52 4 M. 4211 rt tn I.'iC n4 88 22 I Vasen For..ylh /( 80NWIf.
whose nol'nthy I1rlrrl. 194
[ were visiting T. Mobley Oeo. Pierce) ... .r NW h 88 2'J 40 A.a IIlIn'.r, 9 98
I W. NW'1 ,00r HPol4 II 8.23 10 .1., )f. 1 lfltcttCter I U
..fMtt !II\\\ 3 7 VA
\
Unknown: "!f IIr "W" 10 !8isiry 1'lIrr..1I 3 18
inlay $% ,
I) Tou are required to appear on "hU"ltl>l..n UH 6 22 4."r" }'t4 14k. 6.. 12 4Q Jnbn .I..h."n U 00NIVL' ut 0ti'4, '
.t
or "
:Mitch Underwood :, May SI. 1951 In the above named I Ioln 8. Ii. 10 of ink a Marian Dawllnv Long 3.07 NLj, vt, HI('ME'4a ofME' ,..r"I.t. 4 7 22 LylIa, Coliin* 111

unilny guest of, Court and cause. wherein plaintiff I I <.n>klnr. ildltlon. to Nlnrke: divorce.Bradford ,. ( following
y Green. 'I seeks County Telegraph shall I I/MIX 2, 1 of Hlk 5 Maurice.. Kdwnrds: Jr. 1 34Flojil ,tll) :-1'' ;' or NI': IA'i1 : NI'l\oi: or JoIW'I' IV..r 13 ,:
uy Plnholster Jr. this Order In next tour I.ntH I, 2 nf f-lk 12 Oreen 4 79 13.1 1 201), A EL, nf Itil 10 7 4 t.roi. Pt.honk Id
publish one Acre in t\V cor of : $l'3'4 f.f NWI\ III 1 112 40 ; 1r. 'I, Stev.nt. 0
NW', .r
Issues.Wltnesii X l:I' h. 5t
ficksonvllle were, weekly and official Hlk 12 Mrs. N. B. nosier I.60 "I All' tItiSt '..rtlon oft4'4
my hand III NW Cor II I 22 U 1.I1..r V Van tll'unt, 411.20 ..r IJtIo\\' r :si,:;' '
J 1 Mrs. Wilson sal. at Starke. Florida this April I.IeIna.t.n-'S'ruhy. f...... A..... 2M" 22 WLt nr NI':', o. 111\\4.' w'of' ('.. ..rll..1. 1t.1 18 7 U B "nlhony I.a.arc.yk 3.01
"r NP: '
17. 1961. Lute 2. J3 & 31 9 Flof 18 8 23 B Jantes 1. Stanley 484 .t a. ,les't'llit"I' In
(OFFICIAL SEAL.! : ) A. J. ThomallA. Court. I.n' 4 nfIlk\ 14 Ploy,! O..n 22841 II 4 A n' Wq of NWI4 lte.l \lit 5tt I'M: III U 1 U 2 llIggp It 'Ioker :n.n

Gwynn of High Cl<>rk of said rjerk, Lot II n' lilk .1 Jim \\'nll.. .81 .::: at ME'4 Intereectlon, o'U 8 23 4 C'IoY.III..1 IIII..ter 484 I'icycle "hop
I Crosby. Deputy .ral..I. J.ol .t fOlk 70 W .., "I'
turday afternoon Pv Haven W. UniversityAve. I 5 29 Unknown ..58I. 'ilia II.I N... 18 54,1,1 y.te
A Lowry. IK 4r tOes' 19 III run W
Sowell. Bates.. Gainesville\ Florida... ... litgot" ..n.'rrnb,. .. f.'it's .h-"I..I"I..n 2" Si 22 with' C iiti of N17'4of lilt rl N lilt It I'lItt :
i 420| 4t Bill o. Hlk 29 NWI4 run, lv 210ft *4 ItO rt If
Malcolm Harrell for Pit. W\2 '. )( F. lInh..r" 4741 rt
Attyi. iot >S> of 111k It Ethel Lloy.1 4.79 rlln N'rthw.st.rtv IteM III 1 n 1 I., 11.. ... ('I..ra. Kalch 34 17
>lsltors In Jack- rireo.lt Conrt. nradford Cimntr, 554) F'tof Lot In' 210 tt P. 2111 ftrut. I.t.t Ii in Kessler'ssild 19 ,., T 1' Jomnll.1.: ."" 4 34

i In ('hnnerr.Marclllna lrlk 8a Ida Blrnm..n" 4 26 ""ulh"H".I" ... I Lot It of hit I 14 I 9 1 22 (Iiit.iy. S. ...ha'.r '.11
In
VInrMni IT. Kelley Plaintiff. vs. (InC lot 30 N & R tov nil lIt tt I., t "r hog 17 5it' ,U 1 (1..1.. A. MorKII" 8 n tont; ott H .Id. or.. .. ,
"t, Lake Butler Defendant. FI I'J.. W In ej 1 ('nr I .r II R', or H4. NWI".r $11"" witeriautl 1 ....
afternoon withPTON Horace Kelley Ca. No. 8396 lot Lot 3 IIr1110\ 27 Homer Adkins 1.04 ,,r NW" 17 8.22. B .Anvtie &o.dwiti& 12.32 I'. lieu line In. .r'", hoiterinwtS '_
Iml Notice. 'lo L"t 3 .0. i 1.1 2 i"t of 2 A I In Nh. ('oP 0' F.1j, Iof W ..I.ls nt
Order of PitMlcntlnn FI.OIIH Tot I..t a or Ilik 36 Iota 39t91. 5.11 I NH4 nr 1.11.3''.. II" 1IIIftt state H.P 1 2N A rlln N ."" "",
"pp... NfAI-K OK .., .. 1-1 A \V t.y ,10tt W ai.h. or 11.1 '
residence r. 2 IIr tilt H .III.Vllllnm... 9 11 alnnor _. .. ..'
Horace Keltey. whose 1.1 Lot 3 lOt Ulk 48 'I'. J. Ahh.rmnn .71 N It II U 6 22 IV..... Tyson Jr. a 30 IH.4 rl fur a pi of .,
Unknown: Nt-lot SW" ofNWt4 t.s'g 'loom'" r"" W
You are required to appear on ....k.. ,\oI.lIlI..n t., stnrk.. 2" ft 22 t4 8 U 17 AI... (''',iutiingl, 714 lit right nn.tIee to '. ..
May 21, 1851 In the above name'ICourt I..t 10' ..f I ilk U T.Vllk''. 920i"rao1. II 2-a ,.t IOW of NIVI4 18 S n 21 Lcltoy lIell '.'3 H.I 3111 rl N aJ" rr .. -" ,
and cause wbereln plaintiff 131k A JAm. H. Walker. .6t W 4 A nr 11111 of AW'I. I'; 110 tt 'n 11.1 ,.-' ,
seek, seeks divorce care custody I "V IIW''o IR It. .a e z. It. lawyer 288W thence MilO tt to p' "
C. Sweeney control nf minor child l'iaehr.t "h-Uhl.l..n 211.. 22 Ufl tL of 1'11.' !: "f :' t.f leg ad 7 12 ; 1, H. I.. m..nhn.hlp 1931))

and Bradford County Telegraph ahull LII' 3. 8 or l'lk Il :Nannie. Oraham !lAlln.I..... 1 67 $ v'! I 8 12 T Ttorbthy III .h'nnr. frail fi8'll" All 1714 I', IItW'4 ofNW4
Party this Order In next fourweekly \\ N4!:' nr SFl:% 18 8 U 'II) UIIO. ltUOIwine, iuI' that lies II ot '
publish I I Nancy. trees "h.hl.l"n 21 II 22 I j: 1'11-1"' nr Sb14 state K.i IS 24 '7 U. 'S" V. .7.lal. II -3
social event was Ie.uee.witness hand and official/ 1..1 7. "r 1 Hilt I H A. Mnnaesa. I 45I.t 2 A In NE. ('or 18 4 J3 n F.r..t. Pell 527 Silk 8 lI..ml.t..n. Park. C..Nt.3 ."-.
nts" my Florida. this April I 0 lit Ilk 3 C Albert '" -lIlolt Tlllnn I nnI. .'", 'n at HH C..r nr l4eA or liP:'" Sec "
party. com- seal at Starke I I I.... III of Ilik 3 %.'. n. iIivi,.. Jr. ISO run W 106 rt frI sl.$ '4 ''f wwJ:
>rk shower given 14th. 1951.OFFICIAT. J. Thomas I.nt :" IIr StIlt 3 H. A. )fnnu"a I UI..t pt o' beg thenCe /t. Wit.tf: r

ng in the Com- ( AF.H.A.of Mid CnurtJTy 4 ..r Hlk 3 1 Jjtiie II. W..ton I so ..lIn N 100 rlV 10. .,' 33- 1 U :III''' $oh Drugget' 3 :91
I As Clerk p "..'v clerk! l.ots 7. 8. 9. 10 0' TJlk 4 Alfred Jiarn..e. :a I 20rARI. ftsle6rtploSftto A II I htt41 I.urtlon ofV4
the ladies of the Havn Crosby *4120| 4t Bill Pt of cg 'A .- 23 ,....t.P Pr..U 339 % of NN'4 0'
honoring Mrs. I JOhNS 'pm I\t ,,1rnr of Ne,. 514:V. H of IW I 5 U. 3 Ton l I.ru""ro ..21
Tax "oll..clor. Cityof 8tark. MW FIx It)
Fla. of
""onV Ill tt for II
Mrs. Richard In (Irenlt CtMirt. llrndforil County ,t .r beg, thence rita'OIO5VtWII4)ftil N'X'4.I t ,,i. ways IV II U n") J Frank riavis. Ion
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Florida i In Chancery.Enoch vs I NOTICENotice 11'4 ot IIr'I'4 II 8 n' to PJnitti "l.II..r..r. 30.U
Summernll. Plaintiff f I its NI.
B. Ins Vt 17 210 ft to p1
basket arrange. Lillian Summerall, Defendant ., It II U I..r Pr.valt n.N All M't of Nl7'4'! SWflf
Case. No. 8391 Is hereby given that the following. described lands will b. sold f beg U S U If Nmmlt Hatterger
phlox and blue Publication And Notice Totnnenr I at public: ,auction on the 31st day of May 1091. at Ktarke, the County
zed the motif of Order of TITH OF Fl.OltllH Tat / Hlate nt Florltla. to pay the amount dun for taxes herein/ set, Mr: ,(.:'or, of "54W', i.? I'I..norant lilt I 5. cc'ort.l -
opposite' to the same together with all cost of such sale and advertising' ::4V' run W113 Ilk a.
In I'lat

IIhoroughly- .Mr denc. Lillian and address Rummerall.South Is 108 whose R. r..I-1: Description .. T. II. Aee. 0..... Tee.. 14 t&N : .':\.::of iii I beg ft 'I II U .Ioes'phine II..on ..H Tract I'M 4 I I'I'. :\It. Pies, SM. nt5r 13 5 II Mu..n (3ro.. B.U

Street. Sumter r.ooried inl'iat
I IMay
You are required to appear namedCourt l SB'' of NK<4 .* 17o of Scant A.... SuI.dIwisloN ::11 8 2'r..t "I Ith 2. J'g 45 13 8 U Fr.d Dodd U
21. 1951. In the above I &tHtt Ie 8 19 120SWl American Tuna 2664 Tract III, t'arl you-
.
plaintiff H A. Monseati 289
(
and cause wherein drove. Inc. 7. Bit 1 ( It vr NWof
award of children .ANV Id.t Aitrerta 'ry.i.n III W/[ 12 U W. L.
seeks divorce; of NW'4 rOok'2 : S flraIlck 85*
Clothes : Wm. l'ovls, Jr. 218
>ur d.f.ndsfli.Bradford .' h.p 5
ofInyt
and import mon..n ", of "8WV, W 1.4 "r IlIk
County Telegraph, hall I W 10 A of NEK of 14.t : fOlk I "" l jllt. Mnass. Ill ( Lot I ....k..lol..
publish this Ord.r In next four HWl, IJ 1 U 90 n H. Faulkner: 107 1.1,1:; ; 10k 3V 1 Weston 14't', U 'U 1':01.V.': McCormick 84 74

DQBds RFJV of NE% A 2 AIn :Nt..4: of ItWV, of NE'4A :'
weekly issues.'Witness hand and official :, HB for of HEYt ft... '.""' 1" I. CWNe St 'tF .., .1'10 .. W54 ., .ae:34: ., "t4III 4AIONWCruf&fE : .

40c my Florida this April.OFFICIAL. of NEH 14 8 10 42 J..I. Ii'. L.asenby! 19.7t C ::1:1: % Of N1-:', J4. U 1f Fred 8. 'odd 1331
seal. at Starke, All Lt IJ .S of River ID 5 ao 28 flay New Mill Co. ..13 Lot I. "Ik 19! WIlliert 8fugh.i .31 W uo ft or P2 H/I/ It <,
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-- .. ", Lawtey School 1 Doris Knight Circle : May Breakfast 1 MYF Elects I Beta


I Host To County PTA Has Hamburger FryThe \Vill Be Event New Officers I Will ,!

I At Fine Meeting Doris Knight Circle of the Of Wednesday Miss\. Pat Sleg was elected President W
of the Senior Methodist < at the
I First Baptist Church, met President A
Home
Thursday evening/ of last week I for Mrs Raeburn Youth Fellowship at the First t)", ,
home of Mrs. Eldon Hardy, adeiight.ful '
of Wom '
Invitation from : "of the Florida Federation tion '
in to Sun
response an I hamburger fry. There Methodist Church In Starke ,
A. A. Cook, principal of the Law- i ii j I| were 25 members and 3 visitors an's Clubs, will be the guest at the of day night, April 29. Other officers pledges, /" !'t{

Offke i tey school, a countywide PTA meeting present. honor and principal speaker elected as follows: Ann Cressler Monday i '
Breakfst of the StarkeWoman's
rl'om. 29 was held In Lawtey School annual May Vice-president; Ann Johns, Secretary >
.
Beta
The meeting WAS opened wit'the Club The breakfast. :
auditorium. Starko, BrooUer,
.." .....#.. Hampton, and Hellbronn were well group repeating the \V. M. U followed by the program, will behold I'' Weldon; Judy Publicity Green, Treasurer Chairman;; The Ritch."I,,, \,
watchword. A short Luminous sea Wednesday, May 9, at 12 noon,, Billy : '" '
Bride of This Week represented for this interesting Minn nreulded bv the leader Florence Brown Worship Chair ',, '
Miss Joan Carpenter i and worthwhile meeting. WitS over for members and their guests. Smith. Community roses I ; :
I Mrs. T. K. McClane. Devotional Mra. L. A. Canova, chairman of man; Tommy yellow ( !,
Inspiration For Series of Lovely PartiesI i| A short devotional was conduct. ine Hildeibran, new Devotional | music will be in charge of the pro- Service Chairman; Phoebe Green, ;' \
ed Dr. W. T. Walters, pastor of ; and : J
I by : World Friendship Chairman I
the Devotionals
of
chairman had charge -' The hostesses for this occasion -
sented with a Towle tray from the Lawtey Methodist Church, who gram. Rowe, Recreation Chair Helen i, '
Miss Joan Carpenter whose their host and hostess. assisted by several of will be members of the Ex- Jimmy I ;
.
used as his subject "The Vine and ,, ,
I man.
Charles Myeri. wlU the members and Miss Patsy Ben- of the club.
to
marriage ecutlve Board
Following the dinner the Chan-, I Its Branches". The discussion |, I The newly elected officers will and Eve
be an event of Saturday! evening, tOil I Tickets for the breakfast have
teens took their guests to the pointed out the importance of
be Installed Rev. Thomas Q I
by
7 o'clock, in St. Murk'sEpiscopal the
members of
6
at had to the
May Mrs. Eldon Hardy chargeof been given
Spring Frolics at the IT. of F. in school officials, teachers and pa- Mitchell at the Sunday evening were 22
been the
has
Church,
the program In the absence of board for dtstritutlon and members -
Gainesville. I l Irons as branches of the "true 13 at 8 I ,
service May m.
for several delightful tickets for p. along
inspiration vine", program leader, Mrs. O. L. LJnsin., desiring more ,
parties In the past week. I Mrs Roy Turner was hostess at Bradford Mrs. S. E. Sparks gave a talk guests may secure them from Mrs. I B. :: .
C. S. Partin, principal of
h Thursday afternoon of 'last week a small Canasta party for the High School, pointed out some concerning the beginning of tho Ruth Frazier, fourth vlce-presl- OES MeetingA Herbert Monday !
I Mrs. W. H. Graham entertained at bride-elect and ten of her friends,. of the of ] \v. M. U. work and others on the'' dent. Wellln" at the .
responsibilities parents
a lovely kitchen shower at her Thursday afternoon, at the An- their I program were, Mrs. J. D. Sey- I i I regular meeting of Starko ...,-
and teachers In cooperating |
home Clark Street for the derson home on Cherry street 'Woman's Council Chapter 224, Order of Eastern
on efforts for the development of the | mour', Mra. Ewell Lawson, Mrs i i[ II11I ALVAREZ' Men's\ C ;; h
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bride-elect Asslntlng the hostess Decorating the home for the occasion child In school. I Jimmy LaWson and Mra. D. L. Star, will be held Monday, May 7,1 STORE Established
was Mm. J. R. Wainwright. were numerous arrangements Thomas. Meeting was closed with Met TuesdayThe at 8.00: p. m. in the Chapter hall i If" ,_ li\\
H. P. school | I
Morgan county
During the afternoon Mrs. | of Spring flowers in variegated prayer. ..
Gra-I superintendent, commented on the |I I Woman's Council of the "'" I '1. .. -- .
ham passed a book among: colors. small number of high school graduates Hostesses for the meeting<< were: First Christian Church held Its -- v v._.....

guests, In which each. wrote their Tempting refreshment were In Bradford County as compared / Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Mrs. Vernon j jSllcox monthly social and business meetIng -

favorite recipe. nerved at the card tables follow to the larger number of beginners Mrs. J. W. Dodd, Mrs. J. !I Tuesday night at the home of ALL YOUR FAVORITE TR

Mrs Graham presented herriiAt I ing several progressions of Canas I entering. He stressed the I M. Vickers and Mrs. J. E. Hllder-j' Mrs. Leona English on Bay Street.
.
e\t tinnnt with An plahnrntplv ta. I
: !41 decorated- -k t hI;; ; can- asa need for parents being Interestedin bran. The meeting was opened with f4.' *
garbage The bride-elect was the recipient I and participating in the school I scripture reading by the President ARE OVEN FRESH
,p,1 remembrance of the occasion. of a piece of her chosen china program.Mrs. Birthday Parties Mrs. Ara Moitt followed by sentence AND
from the hostess as a mementoof
34 Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. the occasion.Assisting T. H. Slade president of For Honorees prayers.A .
Young
:J. R. Chastcen Jr. entertained six the Starke PTA suggested the delightful evening was spent r BUDGET PRICED

members of the Carpenter-Myers! Mrs. Turner in caring Idea of an organized Bradford In making plans for the new .
Mrs. E. J. Dowllng Jr. entertained .
dinner for her guests, were her mother Church and how to make it a bet- .
at delightful
1J wedding party a County PTA and tenatlve plans II- "
Mrs. J. U Anderson and Mrs. G. P. at a birthday party Wednesday jJ- In A & P's Jane
I 4i party at the Chasteen's new were made for opening the way j afternoon for her'daughter ter Church. Parker's liakery Df
Wadsworth of ,
ii home on Cherry atreet.ii Hampton. j for such an organization next Janie Louise Bethea who was celebrating I Before closing the meeting delicious -
The dining table was overlaid year. An Invitation for the refreshments were served B"
Tuesday morning Miss Carpenterwas groupto her eighth ,
anniversary.
with a 'hand chrocheted cloth complimented with a (delight meet In the Hellbronn school by the hostess, Mrs. English. Customer JANE PARKER 'SPANISHBARCAKE
and centered with multi-colored Twenty of Janie's friends gath-I I 6
tt4I$ ful next .
party given at the State Farm early year was accepted.At
1 sweet peas and Queen Ann's lace 1 ered (in the yard for games andrefrl.'shments. 1 Corner
by Mrs. J. O. Caldwell. Mrs. W.G..strIngf.Ilow the close of the program several Altar Society
which favors -
Lil4 In a low bbwl. Flanking th centerpiece during -
c were two candelabraswith -and Mrs. J. O. musical numbers, including of bubble gum and lollypops were'' Installs OfficersThe accurate can you _v _ _
Godwin .
assisted _
by Misses MrlbaStrlngfellow piano, accordion and
vocal. were How
burning white candles At distributed. The refreshment table, | JANK I'AKKKK GOLDEN
other points of Interest In the home and June Caldwell. presented by Mary Julia Futch, JoAnne also set up In the yard, held a I regular monthly meeting of "In .

4 were bowls of nasturtiums and The Godwin home was the lovely and Ruth Lee, DeLynne centerpiece of yellow and peach the Altar Society of St. Edward' some i 'figS LOAF CAKE

pansies. setting for this affair. A profusion Crews, Gayle Moore. Wendell and gladioli and at one end .was a Catholic Church was held in the businesses, ; for a .

The honored guests were pre- of early summer blossoms, David Kelly, David, Browning, beautiful birthday cake Iced In > recreation hall, Tuesday evening at t
with pastel shades predominating Terry Futch, and Edward Massey. as.'sgs'ss.JSMSSWW
pink and blue.Assisting j 8:00: o'clock with Father Neuhaus ,
enhanced the beauty of the During the social hour deliCiOUS

party of rooms.the decorations The plt"cede in- the resistance living ;'- salad course was served a her daughter's Mrs. Dowling little in guests servIng -!' leading New officers the prayers.were Installed and ? tsi; ::. ; ,1""e PAt

were her mother, Mrs. R. H. Brew-' corsages were presented to the retiring .
room was a tall arrangementof \
r'.r.rf'.s.jfw.p. Gt
Baptist Circles ton, and Mrs. Tony Stevens. | officers and new officers. It
: specimen pink and white snapdragons ,
was agreed to disband for the 1ZflietcLCit7Lka.c l ;; : ,
and
larkspur FoorBAR
on a low Hold
MeetingsThe
1j table before the fireplace. It was Mra. Ed Prevatt used a pastel i i summer months. The next meeting
balanced color motif in her decorations and i will be held in September 4irfffes
by advantageously placed Women's Missionary Society I I
refreshments when she entertainedt j Plans were discussed for a dance b
and reflected bowls of other exqUisite of the Baptist Church held their 1 I : w
flowers.Refreshments. a lovely birthday party Saturday to be held in the Recreation Hall, W" correct ;
monthly circle meetings Tuesday I fcarja anTW nUl.
afternoon for I (
her three year May 26. Mrs. Margaret Dean gave we
were served buffet afternoon. old son, Stephen. j ja report of the recent Deanery : [ ofl ., 'yr 'k
style from the handsomely The Dora Alderman Circle met tLC P""
appointed mark '
Games, led by Stephen's cousins, meeting In Sarasota. ,.eiL o. .oy
dining room table. Overlaid at the home of Mrs. L, N. Pickering | tt / 4hJane
Jacquelin Jarrell and Jacquelin,| No mass .will be held at Key- evefll yeCetP /
The People of America with an Italian cutwork clothIt with ten members present.
Prevatt, were played in the Prevatt's stone Heights 13, ., ,
May 2,0 or 27. ,.
was centered with a silver bowl Mrs. George Flynn leader, presided nrwiftsjsatias
W. Madison
yard on
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L.O.V.E of white gladioli interspersedwith over the meeting and devotions Favors of balloons were street'j .',.
. dainty blossoms and lacy were led by Mrs. E. C. Priest. the 32 youngsters. A Mrs. Thornquest sssr8
. fern. The compotes that held nuts The program was In charge of
; The HOT DOGWe and mints were of silver as were Mrs. F1. B. Beard with all members white cake embossed with pink Hostess to WCTUMrs. Parker Sugan,
: : and blue flowers ?
and Ice cream I I &-ara8 error.
the trays on which the decorative taking part. The topic was' I .
Jennie
'
molded
in shapes of trains were Thornquest was DONUTS
sandwiches were placed. Corsagesof I doi2 L
"Women Undergirding the Spreadof served during the afternoon. hostess to the local WCTU last ,
cater to ,Americans by sweetpeas were presented to the Gospel",
Mrs. W. W. Packham. Friday afternoon. The meeting was SS
the honoree and Stephen'sgrandmother
to her mother ,
serving the famous HOT A delicious salad
/ course wan opened with Mrs. MarvelVhlt., BreadHOMESTYLE
and Mrs. Irma Bu-[ prayer by Virgie
DOG with all the trim, Mrs. Junlua Smith and. as a served by the hostess during the %
after
ford, Avery which Miss
presented and arranged the Edna
memento of the occasion, the
''I social ]
mings. bride-to-be also received a piece The June hour.! meeting will be held at flowers for the party, while Stephen's i NDegel brought a unique expositionof SSSS: t \ L
Of her selected china from her sister, Mrs. Audrey Lenrion, the 23rd Psalm. It was decidedto
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the home of Mrs. F. B. Beard at - .
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assisted hold the next District -v. "
In
T..R. y hostesses. serving the little guests. Meeting ---
Klngsley Lake. in Starke In April 10S2.Mra. Jane Parker Fresh
The guest list Included Mrs. J, The Ida Darby Circle met at the Little Jim Tom Moore elebrat--I Ellen Law, school chairman ------

R. Chasteen Jr., Mrs. Bobbie Educational Building with 21 ed his fifth birthday anniversary' of the essay contest handed In WEINER ROLLS -1 I
Turner, Misses Doris Moncrief. members :Hostesses Saturday afternoon '
'The Angel'with present were when hismother : several entries. These will be LETTUCE 4s head 19c
Peggy Caldwell Dottle Sue Biggs: Mrs. J. W Parker and Mrs. Dave Mrs. James Moore, assisted judged and graded -
by a
and Hamilton of special
Carolyn Gainesville I
Paulk. by Mrs. H.
C. Brown,
gave a committee and
Mrs. Tommie Ritch of Jacksonville The circle 'I party for him awards made at Pascal Crisp LargeCELERY,3s
CHILI members were given at St. Mark's ParIsh -, the closing exercises of BHS.After .
Mrs. Tom of Law-
Casey Hotlfla... .
an opportunity to learn about the
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and tey Mrs. Clifton Brown Mrs. H adjournment, the memo
Toasted Cheese Girl's The refreshment stalk lOc
Auxiliary. The table
meeting
- M. RIcharde Mrs. E. L. Matthews.. was centered bers were invited to the home of -
opened with the singing of the with a cowboy cake" and
i i Mrs. Gertrude Garland, co-hostess
Mrs. George Patton, Mrs. W. tidraham.
Q. A. Hymn "We've A to tempting: refreshments
Story were served
where refreshments Froth Strlnglens
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. were served
25c Tell To The Nations". Mrs. J. R. to the 12 youngsters. Favors of,
Hostesses
at
J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. S. T. Dell of i the May meeting in
Chasteen, Jr. having been a former pull-snaps and hats
were
Gainesville Mrs. L. F. Chapmanand given to the Tabernacle will be Mesdames BEANS.21bs. 25cNew
member of the the little I I -
auxiliary, gave an guests. Goodman
. Mrs. R. P. McLcndon. Grady, and Johnson.
Plain 15c Interesting and instructive talk Games wer played during the i '
about the .work of the G:A. 'a. afternoon and prizes were awarded I Ladies White of Kd
Card Party PlannedAt Mrs. L. D. flames program I to Richard Fowler, Joe Gardner I'|' Auxiliary

Lion's DenThe chairman gave the devotional. followed Phil Chase and Chuck Shepherd. i Met Thursday POTATOES,5Ibs. 23c

, with prayer by Mrs. :H. L. I I FRYERS lb. J S

CENTRALDRIVE Lioness Club i is planning a Brownlee. The article "One Missionary's Wesleyan Guild The Ladies Auxiliary of tha Sunklst JulryLEMONS -

card party for Tuesday evening, Memories" was given by Presbyterian Church met Thursday

May 8, at 8 o'clock at the Lions Mrs. lAx Green. Mrs. W. L. Andrews Holds Elections I' afternoon of last week at the homeof Allgood SHredBACON

Den. leader, presided over a short Mrs. C. C. Wyrin. There were )ige. 6for-13c 1
business session., Mrs Hazel Cressler was re- ; nine members ,
IN Tickets may be procured from Offering was $27. elected President of the and four visitor lb. .

the committee In charge: Mrs Refreshments were served by Service Guild of the Wesleyan present. Fresh Large Green ,
Mrs. Lillian the hostesses during the social First Method-,r Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf president -
Katie Wainwright,
Temple Ave. U. S. 301 lilt Church In Starke on Monday'' Super Right Thin Sliced
.
hour.
Bishop, and Mrs. Elizabeth, Nocgel evening, April 30 at the annual j presided over a short business CUCUMBERS 2 lbs. 15cFI't"Hh

Starke, Fla. Refreshments will be served during election of officers. Other officers the devotions.meeting. Mrs. W C. Ward. led BACON. Sunnyfield, Ib. 5|

the evening. The public is In. Mrs. White HonoredAt elected were:
| On the program, was Mrs. Clarrf GreenCABBAGE.

vited. Birthday Dinner dent Mrs.:. Mrs.Melba.. _LllllAn.n_Partln._ _Ri-Mm.._,.._Vice-Presi_. .Pann." ,"y_ Leaman a retired Missionary from POLLOCK Fillets 1M
India who gave an interesting Ib.
George C. White of Tallahassee Promotion Ing Secretary; Mrs. Nelson Green, I talk on the customs and religionof 4c ,

entertained at a lovely family Secretary; Miss Oleeta the India people.
birthday dinner Green. Treasurer; Mrs. Ethel S LBS.

Avery Inn honoring Saturday his eveningat mother. SewelU Spiritual Life Chairman; ell During served the delicious social hour refreshments.the host. Ocean PERCH, Fillets, IM

COLONIALFLORIST Mrs. J. W. White, who was celebrating -I Mrs. Eva Blair, Missionary Education *. Shortening1.07

her 89th birthday anniversary -, Chairman; Mrs. Elizabeth : Ready To KatPICNIC
j: Nasworthy, Christian Social Relations Mu'licVeek! ;

I An imported lace cloth overlaidthe [' and Local Church Activi To Be Observed HAMS Ib.-1 1Smoked
lona
Plain
ties
dinner table which .was centered Chairman: MLas Madge Whig- ,i I or Srlf-RNlng ,

with a beautiful arrangement | ham. Recreation and Supply Work I I I National Music Week will be eel

of sweet peas donated by F. A. I Chairman; Mrs. Agnes John? ebrated by the Starke Musical FLOUR 5 Ibs. 37cSultana Super Right

"Flowers Wired Anywhere"An Scott. Pastel shaded dinner service Membership Chairman; Miss at a Family Night program presented BACON, lb. '

was used In serving the guests. I Audrey Newman. Status of Women Thursday evening, May 10,
Mrs. White wan presented witha Chairman; Miss Ruby Green, at the Methodist Education Build-

beautiful birthday cake with 1" Publicity Chairman; Mrs. Thomas, Ing. Songs by Stephen Foster will Fruit Ivory Soap bar -
Cocktail per.
{( tiny candles following the dinner. G. Mitchell Coordinator. be featured. No.124c 1
The study at '
program the RuilJ'

For \VSCS NoticeCircle meeting was led by Mrs. Titus I I Woodman CircleThe Sparkle .\snorte Flavor Ivory Soap, med. bare
Olson and Miss
Madge Whlgham.
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members of the Methodist Mrs. Hazel Cresaler and Mrs Thomas -' regular meeting of the Gelatin 3 for Ivory Soap Ige. bar j I

WSCS will meet Monday, May 7 at O. Mitchell were hostesses. It Woodman's Circle will be held In 19c

Ideal J Mothers 3:30 o'clock for their social pro- was announced that Starke will the.WOW. Hall Tuesday evening at Lava Soap, reg. bar j I
grams. be the host church for the Gain.I! 8 o'clock. While HouseMILK

'1'cJ..l\ /. Circle One will meet at the homeof esvllle District Guild meeting on, All members are urged to attendas Dreft for Dishes J

Mrs. E. S. Matthews on Walnut Sunday afternoon, May 6, at plans will be made for the Convention tall .

Gift k-4 -Day .On street:_..Circle__ _Two_ at the home of 2:30: p. m. 1 I ville. May 18-19 In Jackson cans, ea. 13c SpicN'Span. J Mb. pk -
: :J Mrs. w. H. Nollman on Madison Ions -
street; and Circle Three at the Farewell party Hostesses for the evening will be

-\r, home of Mrs. C. K. Hayes on W. For Mrs. Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. Jr. and Mrs.J. Peaches; I Camay Toilet Soap, bh-M

Call street. The McMillan I| P. Tomlinson. No. 2V cn. 32c Blu-White Flakes .

Kingsley Lake home of the,I -
We have a complete assortment of St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe F. B. Beards was the scene of a ALL KINDS OF Libbys All Inclci-H" ".."*.
Potted prices shown tier (
Potted Plants Corsages delightful farewell party Monday Meat 17c ....' '
Blooming Women'a Items crtllng") "
Auxiliary of St evening honoring Mrs. Merrill not subject| to
Dish Gardens, and always the Finestin Mark's Episcopal church will havea who left Wednesday MeMillan for-, UPHOLSTERYWORK Libbys Beef Stew Thursday. May 3rd through WPlln""t.1'"
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Cut Flowers. spend the day party at the Augusta, Ga. to join her husband :' 53c
Parish House Tuesday May 8. tot I who
10:00: a. m. to recondition furni with the recently duPont accepted a position i 1 Libbys Vienna Sausage 8th.A
company at the Expert Craftsmen 23c 9th.A&PFoodSt
Phone 218 ture.Anyone new H-bomb development. ., Best Materials Used
having discarded furniture The twenty-two member of the Libbys Corned Beef Hash
scrap of drapery or cushion Florida 42c

NONA STREET CYNTHIA SCHMITT material please bring to the Parish personnel Improvement at Camp Blandlng Commission where I Chas. C. Shepherd Sweetheart The Great Atlantic and Pacific. Tt15.lse l(|

House that day or before. Bring Mrs. McMillan was employed Soap reg. bar 13c c..t*.t* c..".**..*. 15

sandwiches or covered. dish for gathered around the outdoor bar. ; Radio T.V. Seat Covers 300 East Call St.

w-' --w---- luncheon. j becue pit for a delicious supper, 307 W. Call Starke I j_ Duz. Soap v Powder 31c STAUKE, FLA.c .

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Mi ni Ir, :MI" H K. Davis and I Mrs., J. R. Kite returned home Mr and Mrs E. C Williams V.I. pun, T'nlttrprlm-M.' IIM I,,, .iFl.Ht '! Anprnr STATE OKM "'I..1nT..I fin..il tin.,r. i rn i ,
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"T ; family laic n i their guests this Iturday after a week's confine- have os their house guests their I lla ., ni. : ,>'ii. IN plaintiff I ,,, and \ oil I 1\ .II W U' IIIin.-' "II", i ,.xldr".... I ,, .,u, "f ,,-n?,,""In,in, ". It.th nil il.,
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MiDBMS') mother :Mr '",'nl in the Alachua Hospital.Mr niece" Mrs Walter Beaver and tat.fnK.ha.. a \vlrinw. Minn, Mini.vk V H u-. I ''gnh. ,J ..01 I tn appear on 1'1'1"" \vlil.h it i I"? |,". \ t ft
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) Sister Mrs and Mrs H. L. Brownlee infum T sun of Winter Park. I'iM. 'hi It hove namt'ili
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J ok. r. )t'.,rgn rat. ('n Ft'r and h. hit*. '' "in", ,, n.i ,
J cons' th.-r'nt' piaiiitirrIliaIfml 1 l'i-rllfn-atr' N"
Toil ,, 24Yeur
> '11 nol daughter Donna had as their Mr. Mi and MY George C. Whiteof liaiiil Knink ,, ,, .
Sunday guests Ciirlt-r" Kniiiia Ittihui !. I. .11\ """ K. n. ntl 1 equitable. ,r.-I[ of lest.1' .Itinf, t t. \ l i' l ,< lDeenilpllon >
of (Chaili" M..II, s C' .. .1 w' lilou' mid T S Wllllnnix. Irf, .
? and her and Mrs J. M. Stith and Mrs. C. Tiilaha-] er were guests last a ltiwir. I of I'loriHru 1Sw't \ f
brother, Pfc.Vllfnrd nn defendants, that the Inn.In. roomy Ti-li-araph ahalll ', of "HWt, 10. 4. T r >. I It: .
I IN THE NEWSColley Gooding of S. Bradley and Mrs. Ethel JJracey Saturday and Sunday In the lnlvvil. In ulil, suit la: l>iil>h-ti thiN order,' 'ill next four K. 10 Ai run.
Scott Air Field Belleville III. of Deland and Miss Marjorie homes of Mrs. Q. W. Alderman and t.ot 4 B, e. T 5 S. 10. II : 1 12 wrkly. I I..IIP" Xuiiio In'hkh' s."p.,1| A''.'
Mr I 11 and'I 14 nf Ului'tt 10 or t.lvlnir.: WIlii.-HH hand and offlc'lal anal l Hrnw
-------------- and Mrs D A. Montleth of Stith and Mrs. Carol Surcey ofThomasvllle Mrs. J. W'bite.. ton, : njy. \ n.
Truly A HiHniikiPlorliln. .
Oompnny AililltIon thl flay Bnl, All nf HlI properly. I.,-tag ,In, tit
Folk Eustis will spend Sunday visiting Ga. The Brownlees "Never;. say I won't da It; la the to the Town of Stark,. In I'llOFFI'L11.';; foil illy of HrH of Winter I Mrs. J. D. Roddenberry of Mr and Mrs W II. advice given Mrs. E. Freemanof Hftttlon M. Townnhip S Smith ( PEAt.) A J. Thomas.
Graham and and their all attended the by da.1.41"x.
If stone Ga. spent Thursday of last guests Hnnni 32 Mast nltunlii lu, AH Clrk, of said ('nuntrhany ..u., h eertltieat,- ,1rtes,i
ting her mother- Mr. and Mrs G J. Wyoming who Is now visiting Urniironl Haven . .
McGriff. Jr. Baptist Homecoming Sunday. | County Florida: I--.IB\| | l-i ntv ClirkI'lillillnr fll o t. H shall I 1 III. |- -.1.' 11..1,. I "J.Iliff .1i |
ra Colley. Wednes- week with Mrs. J. M. Vlckers. Mrs .t. F Williams of Wewahltchkn Miss Dolores McKnlght: daughter / her daughter Mrs. J, Allen. Mrs. that I the* nature >>f Raid 1 unit And tin I J II: II.. .". 1u '1. 0 ; Llr" i, t'i law the ptiil">irl\, d.], ,'111il'
hi. tenn III. Vlmliln, ... .
In let.
1 day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood and spent the weekend with of Mr. and Mrs. Eustis Mc Freeman made the Irlp by plane I "iflliaonaht IB to < Starling of Jacks sons of Zephyrhllls were weekend her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. Knight and a student at Florida- after saying she would never ride confirm plnlntlff' tlllo to nld. I I'tillh""h., :: ;;:: ..::..! door nn tht flr'.t f
i InmlH nil an ln<1..ren.lbl of Mr.
Sunday evening guests and Mrs George and Mrs. J. M. Hembree. Mrs. Southern has been elected Public In a plane. But now she Is enthusliuiUe |I the thnrvlo and to.aanoel a. tlouiliti I 'rut I>KII;: > 1 Ii I I- th. < <1nt ,.f Jun1"''?,,1 r
,-ln-law and daughs. Flynn. Williams also spent a few days Relations Chairman of Alpha Om. and says more folks j i, on 1.1"'nllrt.I unld title all right ,lnnoe nut0.. isia I i Iminl this -""th den ','.f Apul, KiJil'
11III*. Plalm. Interest and lion ot aa.ui'. Norirr"' :: 'i.' .urnnnv: irs; 'thai'' A .1. ,
Carter. Mrs. Bertha Pearce entertainedthe this week with her other nleron should become alrmlnded.ADDRESSES. "rail, 1 ., ., ,. Th"< intiN
Maxie daughterand Pi Sorority. > defendants and xnc-h _of, 'hAn... em. Town. 'th h.'d.' t tir.,1, | Clerk/ nf t'lrrull Curt, of
m. will be proud to Canasta Club Tuesday eve family Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morgan of I You and aoh of you arc lti>ri-hv ourtiri liiwln: :-tiiri.t nil-" hex: fllnl.alill:. I Bradford county. Florida
I ali-s for i-.l
requlr.d to l
rile mi > > n inx cli.it t h h
nm i.Kr A m In
4t 5125
nd"Brln&" Olt your ning and also had as her guests, Cooper. In Jacksonville Daytona and Jacksonville were .AIoI Court' and 1 calla, on May IN. C4| I I lAS t tJUii 7
loping and print- I Mrs. Jeanette Young and Mrs. Mrs. C. H. Naaworthy, Mrs.V.. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs R. I Al>. mi. nml within HO .lay thoiv. - -

Photo and Jewelry.A. Flo Fredrickson of Keystone H. Hart, Mrs. W. N. North Mrs. : J. Davis. OF INTEREST nftor tog to to!the fll.romplnlnt your anawnr In the or pli-ml.offi.?.

L. Alvarez and Heights. Kate Shepherd and Mrs Merle Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson and Mrs O. B. Thompson change of Court the unit underslitnoil "lurk of Bald VITAL I as any

itlr Sunday guests: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Jr. Norman visited the Rose Festivalat son. Mike moved to Green Cove from Fayetteville, N. C. to Raiford. Holiu v. Knight servo,*whoa ropy Ih..t address on I 18 I ingrtnlient written down by

tfil. and Mrs. Alva 'and children spent Sunday in Thomasvtlle Ga. last Friday.Mr. I Springs last week and are livingat K. W. Witt change from Jacks I Starke.:. Plo-lda. the.. attorn.y for your doctor is the skill with

(Jacksonville Owen Hinesville Ga. at a family reunion. and Mrs. V. S. St.' John flew:! the Naval Base where Lyle 1* sonvllle to Box 032, North Lima of plaintiff Bald :romplalnt olhrwl.I will the bo allt.Kstlons tak.mI'onfenMeil as. I which n prescription" Is filled.

ic,>nt Register of The occasion was also the 79th over to Craig Field Jacksonville ; In service. Mrs. Anderson and Ohio. by you You
and Mrs. N. J. birthday anniversary of Mrs. Sunday to attend the Air Show. Mike spent Monday and Tuesday James Reddish TOO Myron st., It Is further 0..1."-," I tlmt thin Ocl"r \ can bring your pre"cription
I of rublli-Hllon and Notl. to nnd be t tit
ildren Rhetta and Dowllng's grandmother Mrs. S. B. Mrs. James Drew and son Mike, visiting the Sam Andersons. Valdosta( Ga. h. publUheil <>nrtn, |h ti w Anpciir ...11 us assured that
Brewton. visited Mrs. Drew's parents : Mrs. R. A. Colson Mrs. F. F. Mrs. C M. Schneider, Jr. (formerly for four niiiToMiilvn' weeks. In the is compounded accurately

I and MmVhonli-.. In m _r.vnim. __n__. lItr'l_... Flume and Mrs. G. B. Colson spent Miss Freddie Wimberly), turn Itratlforil. lifted County n..a".r.Tnlegraph, A duly by a qualified registered

last week. Monday in Gainesville. Casa Sabina Zimapan Hdq., Mex Witness my hand end offu. l Iftl l il pharmacist who uses only

Termite Control air. and Mrs. George C. Whiteof Chief R. J. Andrews of Green ico. I County ofnalil Florlita Courtat this Hlarke.Silth Hiuilt day. .,,if,1 A L0 the highest quality drugs.

Household Pest Control Tallahassee last Cove and sister Mrs. Mooresvllle April. i).
spent Saturday Springs Horace 0'er<,0811. 1851.
Rat Control at the homes of Mrs. O. W. O. Dansby and son, Mickey I N. A .T Thotnai, p You Rot exactly what the
r R'I CMrs. clerk. of cirrtilt r,.nu'i. ,f doctor ortlers.CARPENTER'S .
Shrubbery Spraying Alderman and Mrs. J. W. White. Starke will spend the I X. N. Norton Box 791 Brmlforcl County Florliln./ .
Tree Pruning j Mr and Mrs T. G. Griffin and In Ozark Ala. visiting their San Luis Obispo Calif. (cnrrl..I/I'. I Hun)
Flollls V
Tree Surgery Mrs. Carrie Ritch had an their ents. Mr. and Mrs W. M. Andrews I Pfc Jas W. Lee AF-U353103, fitnrk. Florin Knight i

WRITE I. weekend guests Mrs. L. H. Jor- ...-th Supply Sqdn., Ramey Air Attorney for I'lalnllff. 4137 fit r,'28 DRUG STORE
don and Mrs. Charles Nehlark of Miss June Brownlee, Mrs. :Joe ..
Force Case Puerto Rico. In rlrruK' Court nrailfnril r Pest Control & Chemical Co. Ovleda and MUs Gloria Johns of Arnold and Mrs. Margaret Miller Kl..rldai In t ham-err. '
Jacksonville.Mrs. were in Jacksonville Thursday of Harley F. Strong change from Ullllum Urlvlit hates, rinlntlff v Starke. Fla.
C. last week. Starke to 823 Moreland Ave., At I Mary Kllmilu-th' liiitvn, l>pf"iiilnni
6th St. .- Ph. 6035 .- Gainesville Fla.iNSI'ECTION Mendoza of Jacksonville "II">. N.. 91111\
spent Sunday with her par Bob Beers Petty Officer 2nd lanta, Ga. I Order Of Publication! And NiMlf To I
ents the T G. class stationed Mrs. Emma Rivers 302 Arlaula Appear ,aT this op' KI.OKIIlt Tot
AND ESTIMATES: Griffins. at the Naval Air Mary :II..h'ht1lt'H.. whose ". ;
Mr and Mrs. Comer' Long ol station at Key West spent the Ave. Auburndale, Fla. I il..n.'o IH MIt''ln '''nu'. l-nnniivliu.
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South Florida are spending the weekend with his ulster, Mrs. Joe Retha Morgan Rt. 1, Box 23, I New You' are r i'y:rnqiilreil to nppi.nr '.n I -

month of May at Klngsley Lake Arnold. Ruskin Fla. !, June 41 h. 1961,111' I the above nnm>.ri
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and at the home of Mrs. F. H. Mrs. Robbie Shaller was a guestof MB M BHHW IH I I Court seeks divorce.Hrndfurd anil 1 raude.. wberi'ln' pin'lutlft

Long.Mr.. Mrs. Margaret Lambreth an"h..r >. lbf f.Irriilt, Cunr Of Bradford1'ennf County' Tvlotrrapli' Minll
PI In < hnni'i-rr
K'S( AUTO .mini I
CAFE .
and Mrs George Barber of party at the Spring Frolics In I'.V adrord 1 .'mtittprlri 1'"vP'oplII..nt.. mnJ piibllnh weekly IHHIIMII.Wlliivna this. .Order ]In next. four 1 I Dedicated To Community Service.
I In f. v KinniaHlrhiirilH I
[ Hiway 301 At South City Limits Gainesville were guests last Friday Gainesville Saturday evening i : :i ,, u H.WIJ.n;: >t al I, Dufvndantfl 1 my,hand and offli'liil seal "1I."I..sro Better Than' EVI'r"I
of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis spent HI "Hlnrke, l-'lorlila' title Slav 1"1II 1. I
Onlrr ..f P.lhlk'nIIoN and Nolle* Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy had Saturday in Penney Farms visitIng .' .. flark of aald Cimrl,
1"
Appear Tho slate <>f 10..10' '"
BASKET SPECIALS as their Sunday guests Mrs. G. E. their son-in-law and daughter An..III1..IIo'r.. If allv( and Itdual By Haven. (Crosby Iirputv: Clerk' :, SATURDAY) MAY 5 Thur., Frl. :May 10, 11
her unknown helm, dpvlaers, 614! 4t r. 15
Mr. and
--- ___ --_.- _____________ $1.33: McCauley and daughter. Wlllene Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. irrantvi red Itura and other 'liilm- : '
and son Jennings of Palatka. and son, Larry. ant to. the hereinafter' <|I.'"", HintlanilK : In rlrenU Court, llradforil fiiinitr. ...A / <
--- ------ ---------_________ 1.00 Richard Thede underwent a Mr. and Mrs Nate Dyal and ,'In Imlnot, hy through, im.lir ,;i Flnrlilai fill.; Ullllanm.la ,<; .nl'rr.lIrr.: .; iNIMOTION /
ED SNAPPER FINGERS ________ .90 or HiratiiHt her. the unknown heir, VM Alvlilit J
,
tonailectomy at St. Vincent's hos- sons Tommy and David and Mrs. AVvlN..,.-. itranteen creditor and I!' ) Williams. lli'fenilant NIGH
Specials Include French Fries Choice of pital Wednesday T. L. Casey spent last weekendat other ,'lmmantB to the h..r..lnntl..rd.'Io..1 Of Publli-atlnn Cime No SillOnlen ,yJwu_ PICTUREENTERTAINMENT
And Ynllre ToMimic
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Salad. Toast or Rolls 12 Ft. Gold Seal Camp "It" on Governor's Hill hinds ilulmtnir
Congoleum and under or tmiilnnt, Any or _,_ ,__ .
II r r
Armstrong Quaker Linoleum al Lake In Dixie County with Mr. !.lvlnn"lin. iliTenKpfl. by.lhr..h,1, r (
Sandwich Specials Hart Furniture Co. and Mrs. E. D. Thompson Mrs. E. RO llnniB known, d.'earrd l n. 'I.IO1ta.aLl, ' 1 Stir.. Tin eomblntd talents

Mrs. T J. Griffin and her weekend T. Vestal Lynny Neeld and Jack r'Hiieil' I. Kniflln: I.lvlnKHton d'.A. T I'$loQCTC411rls. A SMUIUC HOOUCTlOaANIJ of three ars.tAnwtan
with French Fries and Slaw ______ ..43n ; guests Mrs. Charles Neblack Robinson of Jacksonville Other p0 l. 1..". Morvnn tlerraHHil, Lea Mi"r- iloryUIUra,
___ __ .____ Man .lr ilt-ci-aMi-il : Th. Florida l..inil .
Rye _____-_________ .60 and Mrs. L. E. Jordon were visItors Sunday guests were Mr. and M'II.Lloyd And Iniinlicrallon Company of Florlda i| fAIT IAIOWIJI
with Homemade Potato Salad ______ .50 ( in Jacksonville Saturday. Walker and daughter Miss not known to ha existing or'cIlHHOlviMl {

j with Homemade Potato Salad ________ .13: Among the guests at the Junius Billie Walker and their grandson 'tninlee, and ,Ira utorkholilern unknown .and.,ueoenHorH. I f ma "I mi "v''a ;I\ 1 I JOHHASHWOnTH ,,

with Homemade Potato Salad ______ .50 Smith home this week prior to Paul Douglas McDonald all of < th -lnlmantH, to the hereinafter, iiniMMiiiiiiAlo DOROTHY PARKER =
ileeerlbfil Ianil4 claiming by I
the marriage of Mrs. Smiths Ferry through, under or nKalnnt.: It. ieiirl-| t I Ida I 1r 1-
Cold Plates daughter Miss Joan Carpenter Mrs. Effle Johns and Mrs. James I.anil, and Immigration ("" ",an'I,' '

with Potato Salad, Lettuce & Tomato .6;) which will be an event of Satur Smith of Lake Butler spent the a Ile! tllnnolveil unkaown Florida.".."...ror"oratl"n.or.. trunteei, I 10"\.0'1'
day weekend Mrs. Johns' sister officers and other elalmnntH tn the
evening are: :Miss June Caldwell visiting -
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with Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato .7;) hereinafter clenrrlheil land. rlaltn-I!
Larry Smith Mrs. Carrie Smith, and nephew rc\I
and t.S
CharII'llMyprs. IIIIT flBnlnntlIt
liv 'through under or !
with Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato ,75; .- ir I
were weekend guests; Mrs.G. L. C. Smith. ; and nny anil nil permm rlalm.* r ,
e with Potato Salad, Lettuce & Tomato .85 K. Bennett of W. Palm Beach Mr. anIMrs. J. T. Quigley Miss log any rlrht till". lU'n or Intern I' I
ileiirrllittil
In or In the .following: : ,
arrived Tuesday; Mr. and Mrs.: Edna Noegal Mrs. Jennie Torn- InmlM situate in PtnrKe, ItradrordCounty .... "Tlireo near In a float"Cart.Nnl
Fountain Drinks Ernest Jones of quest and Mrs. Virgie Avery were Florida to-witl
__ Orlando arrived L.a| 4. 6. t. 7, 8. 9. 10 11. li: and) fhnp. S "l>rur '
Thursday; Col. and shopping in Gainesville Monday IS And 14 of flock 10 of t.lvlrir- y J
jiy :Milk Shakes ____________________ .20 Wall and family of St.Mrs. II. C. afternoon. I .stun Truby tt Oompanv1. AdlI.I.'r : ;. (Jenlry"Sirlnl
__ ____ .20 Augustineand tn the Town of Starke InK I
Miss Manez Dodd and Dan .
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks 2H. Township t South,
(Root Beer and Ice, Cream! ).r._.._..--, .1:' 1I 1 and children -of Tallahassee, are. Priest attended the wedding of ,1Um.. Ii Kaett: 1
Ynnsnd of are b.r.byj,
each
Sundaes I arriving today (Friday). All will Miss. Sandy White and George nntlfien: that a milt, you has been I Innrltiitad ,( 5"l... Sun., Mon. May 6, 7 A
remain for the balance of the Ashby in Jacksonville Saturday i I In the ("I:r cull four of I ITirudforil .IYLaa 1eapHUaaa r

f Straw berry. Chocolate ... ? _. .20 I week. night. | car). wherein C ,nnty Urxilford Floilila County, In '<"hnn-lie> I to the pare: "Of eourlw. ,

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent Mr. and Mrs. Edward Charhonneau .. .... your policy covers Ihul. Let 'Follow the Sun'Vlili
O -I 1 the weekend in Dublin Ga. vlsltI were guests last Friday night ,, "_- (.- "-.HI' 11.1... ... ." im help| you plan a t'ungdeta.

I ing Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow. : it Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of Gaines I I BE THRIFTY I :n..lln' program I hut Hill OMmire Glen Ford l. Aiiuit Batter, ,

Dr. W. B. Parks, who was under ville. They were joined by Mrs. I that ....-.w..r. Mk'e uw till OeniiN. O'Ket'fK and June IliN ".,,,, t

.I observation in St. Vincent's Hos- C. F. Ward for luncheon on Satur It....k. ,\ .> N'wa.t "MolljMOIMlHri'llles"

pital for ten days returned home day.Mr. 1 1kl.f
last Saturday and Is getting alongnicely and Mrs. Truman King and i NoveltyTiieK.
children of Jacksonville spent Friday I IIr1

7m I Mrs. J. B. Mills and Miss Doro- .night with the W. T. GUIs. I aL ., Wed. May 8, !9) : ta

thy Mills of Green Cove Springs Mrs. Jerome Frlrk and son '
Mike spending two weeks .1I 2$'; ,
attended the Baptist Homecom- are /r
1 T INt | )I
| InK Sunday and also visited Mrs. with relatives in Edunsville. Ind. Virginia City' New

Mills' daughter Mrs. Percy Sullivan I Mrs. Effle Johns had as her /
her t\t riu. ".'11','rh"1 Knight CartoonSiS
and family.Mr. guests Sunday afternoon '. .\1-.. "linofy, iuniler" C'nrtoon ami (
and Mrs. John Moyer and niece and husband. Mr. and Mrs, -
NS 29c \
daughter Jane, of Jacksonvillewere Pet Linsey of High Springs. .- .... .
- - -- - - -
Sunday guests of Mr. and } ; W
Mrs. Orle Wiggins and family. j. \\

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ward of Dlx- .,.j.,

le. Ga. were Sunday guests of the/ r.';'" ....'" .
Tall f for 39c
any brand, 3 Roy Wards.J. Graduates ,, :' I )

T. Cooley and sons, Ben and ...,/ =-J

.. Art. of Ocala were guests of Mr. t\

and Mrs. L. D. Vining Thursday/ Gaspwith BUY NOW FOR It ? t&\

night of last week. GRADUATIONGIFTS
EREL f for 29c
TaU 2
Mrs. J. H. Fields Charles Fields pleasure when they t.t
I and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green "
receive a new Jtemin" FOR
of Starke and Mrs Robert Tv.: Tan
ner Sr. of Baldwin attended a ton, Portable Typewriteron On Lay-A tcay Plan

family dinner and birthday party Graduation Day.

SARDINES Sfe for Mrs T. C. Carter in Providence BEAUTIFULSELECTION ... Present We Do Not Have A Regular Salesman
[
Sunday. ReW

Mrs S. K. Reyes and son Steve SO WE AltE OFFERING YOU THE JOB
of Jacksonville were visiting, ert(1It OF
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish II
) Any Brand 14c and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. II amilionItulova

Thursday of last week.
Ii &
ElginWATCHES
12 Ft. Gold Seal Congolp.mrmdronK and. IiI
_\ Quaker Linoleum all Ordinarily we pay a Salesman 10 Percent

NAS 3 Ibs. 29cN Hurt Furniture Co. I, for the hiiMinesM! he bring us.: Let us pay
golden ripe Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish|
and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended I IREMINGTotl
b II I YOU this 10 Percent. If you are interest
_r. r r the Primitive Baptist;, l., I I
I Church at Rock Saturday evening. ed in n Range/ here Is! how it works:
Mrs. John Phillips of Tampa
Smoked Ib. 39c spent the weekend with her aunt,
? Mrs. Freeman Register.Mrs. 50 Gal. Propane Tank (Line Lease)

-. Beth Lane of Jacksonville .- 66.50
i Full of Gas Installed e .
was visiting her grandmothl'r.Mrs. I! ,
wa Ihs .
.. ,
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..,
; Bertha Pearce over the / I I17.Jewel ONE RANGE .. 99.50
NA 39c weekend. Mrs. Pearce also hadas
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her Sunday guests Mr. and Smartly Styledin .
Mrs. Edward Ensor of Jackson 166.50
Gold Filled Cases I

ville.Mrs. Foster Shi Smith who was BANNER BUYS FROM Less Your 10 Percent e... 16.50

!RS All Meat 39c admitted to the Alachua Hospital ftiiiHer'

Wednesday of last week underwent 33.75 and -- 149.40

an operation Monday. Her up

mother Mrs. J. J. Llpsey of ..
Branford Is staying with,the chil- '" .n *iJ to hipher arades-dle For LIMITED TIME I Sales Tax 4.06

47c dren during her daughter's absence finest portable made for smooth<< ONLYSee .
naise Blue Plate
and
pint clan lat typing. Corn in as.cry 153.46
Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and in rxclusi.e feaN'ft! Carryingincluded. Our Window DisplayGEM

son. Billy spent the weekend In .


Kim 3 f for 29c Willis.Plant City visiting Mrs. Frances with Tab 89.50

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Begue and
sons visited St. Augustine Beach without 82.50 This Outstanding Offer Applies to Any Appliance

Sunday. We Sell During the Month of May. DON'T $WAIT ACT NOW'
)H 33' lOc Word has been received from Terms If Desired
qts. Mr and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Jr.

of Ventura. Calif., formerly of SEE Them TODAY! Jewelry

Starke. that they were recent SHADE GAS CO.

.A. weekend visitors at Yosemite National I! BRADFORDCounty I

Park. SEABOARD R. R.

ffhile they last doz. 44c Begue Mrs. Robbie and Mrs.Shaller.D. A.Mrs.Jones attended I I Telegraph Watch Inspector I ST4\1tKE, ."1'4\'


the Dog Races at Orange .. _. ..- "III IJ

.. .. evening.
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: I' (,!:1. PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY/ TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA I'R1n.ty '
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t. I';",\III tines overseas to help sell America not get back until late stairs for the B Y. P U. were Edward Taylor. Defendant Case No. sans In next f. u, ,
Order Of Publication A..I Nettee To Wltn.., ,,,
\ : I have understand that Pompy half through with this program Cane No. 840 ,, t t ".
to the world Magazines We about \i. tlce. To Appear.T" Appear MrtlH Of KMIftlllA I stark I,' ''I
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-, from other countries are so poor Padgett waa to be discharged from when the crowd begun to : L..' Edward; Taylor, whore ultra t'"k"n nuditlrk: whoa rvvldenci l I.I 1951. "If
':, [L and not to compare to ours. To sell the hospital and return home last gather for preaching and we had "-Mld*.IK, -i. Is, Unknown You nn quired 1 to appear on (OFFICIAL I ,1 .
the We did not learn definitely nil seat before all You are' hereby I notified that i imilt n the. above \ J
our way of life I have Joined Sunday. almost we can hfa' Nth lifil( In namedCourt '
11 ; for Divorce line been' tiled D.t'I. .,' 11 ''I ,
Hay ,
and wherein
J MAGAZINE FOR FRIENDSHIP if this wall trueGertie were' assembled. We are thankful annlnnt you In the' above named neekH divorce i '
': : Pasadena California a. Club Faircloth attended churchat that so many were moved to come diurt and cacao and you of err, raqulred Telegraph shall publish this Order rIO, i I'll 't.
sponsored by the Chamber of Com Caleb church last Sunday She out. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock to nerve a ropy the your. nn-I'
.
: .I ewer or pleading- .. .,....,____ _...... 1'1
L' ill lara Burgess MokrPONCA. merce of Pasadena They will send states that the services were Gloria Starling will be baptized 1 In ton fhe PlulntlffK AttorneM", -
Kit-In. l n.. Warren.", roe Hmlth Uulldlnnr.Jarkminvlllii .
you stickers and tell you what wonderful, a large congregation r BlAck Creek and Sunday night she / Florida and file theHlBlnal
f NEBRr= Universities and places to Bend I and a wonderful Inllghtenln. and her sister, Mrs Harry Padget : t In: tits offUe, ;of the Clerk: of

I 'hpre"1' the dajs pnwi ftulflly.]I to be home and we were so happy our lovely magazines when we I sermon. will receive the right hand of fel; nth the Circuit lay I of Court May on l Sl.or before otherwUe the: .
With showers and HiinNlilne. I "" !1-1 to have him. He seems to be older have read them. I have a list of The services at the Fadget lowshlp and communion. All are the sllegatlons of i said Complaint I
come In he. 1\laytlml'. Digger I" and more settled. Hag a good ap ten places to send magazines. For- church Sunday were enjoyed by; invited to attend. will Thin he notice taken shall aN confessed be published bv you ) FULLY EQUIPPEDthe
home.I petite, but takes life more! calmly. eign rate Is: Readers Digest 5c all present. The congregation was once each week. for four conuecutlva
found a little record of her He used to bark and carry on so anywhere Most anywhere In the larger than usual and more Intere.tshown. In I.lr..XtllCIl10 ult Court. llrndfvrd tl'I'Utlt County, weeks. In the Cradford County Telegraph -
i J days when I put him on his rope in the''world charges only 12c a pound If the Lord be willing we llortilnl. In C hanrerr.JUHII Fated 1 tills tint day of April 1951. most modern and efficient
At the old lonely home. A few 'back yard. He Is resting quietlyIn I Lets do 'this. Eh T write to the a- will have services there again the! o* It.Mllroy Mllru>Defendant'. t'lulntirr, vii. Lester (OKFICIAIBRAD.A Clerk: of )the.Circuit J. Thomas Court equip. i

short lines the shade now. The sun la quite 'bove address and get your stick fifth Sunday in July or July 29. Cane No 1400llie By; Haven Cronby Deputy Cark: merit available to the profession 1
Also we will take our dinner and !>.> '1'.. ,t 1'1'enr.n. 427: 4t 5118n is
Each all she wrote. ers. Be fun. .. .
day wore My warm. Soon I shall be making I*.eater jl \"I....".. whose tJ Ml.
mother's ways were simple garden. I think May is the best Here Is a message I found by have all day services as we did dunce;; '1 IB Unknown.; :' -- used by this funeral home in mam-
I' this time. You .are hereby. notified. that .L When she planted columbinesShe time here anvhow to nlant seeds SAMUEL ULLMAN. I. .thought it salt for Divorce has been. fll..dalrolnot I lorldnt In ChNncerr, E taining its well known I
put It down. The day she seta Don Is having the lot back of the good "Nobody- grows old oy merely" The services at our house were you In the above nameCourt d I I Theodore. It Kaderlck Plaintiff, vs.lltft standard of 1
,
well attended Sunday night. We and cauao and you are required Jtuderlik, D..fend..nt.Used. .
hen store I number of people
4 ; plowed and have seeds to I living a years; to nerve. a copy of your answer Service.
I The little calf she weaned from plant down there. I want to plant grow old by deserting their Ideals. had more present at the JuniorUnion or pleading. to the complaint I
mother cow; Irish potatoes, a row of onions Years may wrinkle the skin, but to than we usually do. TheI. on the 1'lnlnlirf Attorney Zach H., DeWITT C.
llouKlUH. ADA-DOT\ Lynch HulldlnK JONES
Her dally household tasks and for winter use acorn squash some give up enthusiasm wrinkles the A H. rings were presented to Jackxiinvllle., Florida, and file the -
when ( sweet corn and Kentucky Wonder soul. Worry, doubt, self distrust the I. A. H. members. Club vows original In the offlc of the Clerkof TELEVISION Phone 7 Starke, I'a.]
tho Circuit Court on or before the2sih
She visited the sick-but o'beans T may have a few lowers fear and despair-these are the taken and group leaders elected day of May 1 1951!> otherwlae all I I
somehow I I too. That Is a nice garden spot and long long years that bow the head now wo feel we are almost readyto alligation of said. Complaint will Sets Funeral Director Ambulance
One line apart from other Don will very likely do the hoeIng and turn the growing spirit backto really begin our work In earnest be Thin taken notice an conformed shall ha by published you. Senm9;
eeems to stand; down there. I will tend the two dust "Youth Is not a time of Our Union Is small so is our I. A. once mach week. for four consecutive $59.95Up Our local funeral home enables u. to offer convenlen
"I went to the postofflce," she smaller plot. up here. lUte, it Is a state of mind" You are H. Club but we are building and .weeks rrtipli.Haled. In the IJradford County Tele-. services not otherwise available '

would say- Our lawn Is all raked and the as' young as your faith, as old as as we all know we have to learnto thus 21nt day of April 195t.OFI'IC'IAL .
I look upon Ithere In her own Bluegrasa is so pretty. I have the your doubt; as young as self con- walk before we can run. We ( Clerk SISAL of)the A Clrcult J. Thomas Court
hand- white lawn furniture on the north fidence, as old as your fear; as feel that we will soon be able to ITy Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Chas. Shepherd We furnish the highest type service at lowest
That one short line she wrote side of the house and It looks In. young as your hope as old as your really do some studying and be __ 487: 4t 6118 accept ANY" life Insurance policy In force issued prica,
from day to day viting now. The ferns along the despair. These are the days of able to work with almost any IVOTITH 10 API'f: U\ Radio T.V. Seat Covers company, as payment In part or In full OB fMJ
a
Dear God on high, can' mother north side of the house are com- glory for mlddleaged women. Theydo group. After we finish our pro- Klorldal In' Circuit In (('hnnrerr..ur.. Bradford County, 307 W. Call Starke Consultation carries no obligation. !
see tonight ing up. I set out the bleeding as many things these days. gram-upstairs-we went down I Katie Lee Taylor Plaintiff, VII. Lea I .
These tears for letters I failed. hearts and they are away up They are the hope of the nation
to write high, I love growing things and O, They have wisdom, great hearts
r -Elsie Duncan Sanders what a joy It Is to see my strawberries and know oft times better than
It will soon be Mother's Day.I showing up green and so men what is best for our country
Those .whose mothers are still so many of,my flowers and shrubs and our selves. Yes our day has arrived .
J Ii alive are not torn by feelings of I are peeping thru the ground. The women. Let us help make GR-EA-TgaSOIitieS 10
I i1 remorse or the loss we have I big fat robins hop about near me this world a better place. Let us bril1fJ out
sustained, as when older and time on. the lawn, They eat bugs.and pray, send magazines and be better .
f brings to mind the true value of big fat worms. Life is good." I was neighbors to each other.

life. My dear Mother has been gone so happy to see In the Telegraphall Must work In the yard now. It
now for eleven years this June. I of the Johns family. Senator
Is lovely out. Got to get some groceries -
still get the feeling that I just looks good and wife Ted la more
too. Milk I. ISc: a qt. here
roust see her And a* the years roll beautiful than when I last saw her
1 plus :5c for bottle which Is returned
over my head, I have a feeling five years ago. God bless them. I
that the time is growing nearer HELPFUL, HINTS: If end of God bless you all -Love, LURA

1 ,t when I shall perhaps behold her, pockets wear out from keys and I -thl 1Bj'nu4':
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again. Not old and care worn alii knives sew leather cut from old carl!

i last I looked upon her, but perhaps hand bag or gloves where the most LONG BRANCHBy .
about thirty years old with a wear will be. Hold rickrack for
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i looked In her wedding picture thatI scotch tape. Stitch through and

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Day. That la now a good time to wrapped around butter, keep in. a Wilbur and daughter and son-in-
write that letter to tell her how I cool place. When you grease the law, Mr. and Leslie Hall spent the O
much you appreciate her. That will top of hot bread or cake pons use afternoon with Mrs. Hornsbys ; Great No-Nox
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4. 16' MAY 9 5
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BRADFORD COUNTY "O""PO" SVARKE FLORIDA
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Christian ChurchHave Church of Christ j' sired. Matters of Importance will I I ball Team of Women of which he and sister Mrs. Charles Forsythe

you made I Corner lOlh and McMahon discussed.As Is manager. Miss Thomas left of Marathon, were callers here

the summer- If so your did plans for Bible School10 A. M. this goes to print plans are STATE FARM Wednesday to join the players In Sunday Mrs. Forsythe Is the wife

to be In Bible School and you Church plan Preachlnff A. M. and 7:30: under way to have the clubhouse I Alexandria Va. for their exhibition I of the late Charles Forsythe. and
painted. We hope that when Ily hire Bryan Uhltflrlil
i on the Lord's Day If not do so P.M. read this you game In Washington D. C. beforeproceeding has left for Kentucky and Virginia,
at once. No plans Prayer Meeting and Bible Study the work will be completed to the home town of where she will visit relatives and
are If
complete
no arrangements have been each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. and the building will be resplendant Coinmunlty Club MeetingAt the team Fort Wayne Indiana.Mr. friends for several months.

Ste.I I ltk4j>, l with your Lord. made I Everyone welcome. white. in a dazzling coat of last Tuesday's meeting The
Let next thing will be interior the Community Club unique enter. ney and their children of Fruit- children of Sanford
this Sunday be your first I St. Edward's Catholic repairs and paint both badly talnment was afforded by the display land Park were guests; of Mr. and were visitingthe .
Church Methodist Church Sunday to be at the "friendly"Church needed. Finleya. They are former residents
I of chapeaux designed amt 1 Mrs. C. M. Turney Sunday. ,
Mr. Webb
It was at
employed
you have never been The PTA Dhow put on last Fri- ,
Sunday, May 6, Is the beginningof before. A warm and cordial Rev William H. Neuhaus, pas.' modeled by Club members. Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland Camp Blanding during the war
| Week will be day was a great success.!' It was a
Home tor. J. E. HlKlebran, Mrs. F. F. Stump and their
the First Baptist of National Family\ Week and all come will greet you. Wt'l-I I' Community Revue wltb skits and son, Johnnie of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs T. M Finley and
Mrs Ewcll Lawson and Mrs. T
of Sunday Mass at 9:45: a. m. were Sunday of
the services In the supper guests
Ing the coming week First Methodist Our Bible School begins each numbers by Woman's Club, the I{ F. Landrum of Starke graciously Mr. daughter Mrs. Leonard Hamm and
and
Church Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Mrs A. C. Davis.
' when will emphasize the Sunday morning at 10 Rotary. Chamber daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fary No-
unday morning a.m. with Confessions 5:00 to of Commerce consented to be judges In the hat
message at the Importance of Christian Homes. C. W. Colaon as superintendent.. Saturday : PTA., and several Individual num I how. Saturday visitors of Mr. and votny, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Webb
fa 6:00 P. M. M. Their awards for the prettiest
: and 7:30: to 8:30: P.
The hire W G.
(k hour of worshipw Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell Morning Worship Services at Children's Catechism Classes bore Mrs. Jackson the chairman funniest and most original Strlngfellow were Mr.anl and children' and Mr. and Mrs H

to Have a Christian will preach Sunday morning at 11 a.m. The Minister's subject beIng of the committee wishes to ex!' creation were made to Mr. P D. Mrs. Claude Gheesling. Mrs. Deep, of Sanford were among
11 o'clock on the Saturday 10:00: a. m. E. O. Allen and Fred Walter'
Ing the week families subject "Our "Heart-felt Religion." The Adult Instruction press her thanks to all who helped Fancher to Mrs. DeWltt Sinclair and rouse attending the Masonic Supperat
Home/- And God.. The senior and Lord's Religious Clarke all of St. Augustine. Gold Head
"do things together. Supper Is served Sun make It a success Park Monday night.
.1 youth choirs will every courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M., and to Mrs. R. P. McLendon, re-
|t k service Wednesdaybe furnish special. day morning at 11:15: a.m. for all and uprctlvrly. The brief business session Mrs. It. D. Fussell and her
music for the by special appointment.The
morningservice and who have grandson Junior Long, of North
used for "Familyand named the name of that preceded the contest .'
wa.directed
families are urged to attend this Christ. public Is cordially Invited. Carolina arrived C
will answer Friday to visit'
LAWTEY by the president, Mrs MeLondon. -
stlone" service of worship together. The I I Mr. and hire H. R. LJnzy MrFussell FREE !
Evangelistic Services Hostesses for the
Lord's, Supper will be begin at rlll'Urll OF GUI meetingwere I

ironing the evangelistic ed at the close. of the adnllnllltpr.1 and 7 p.m. with Christian Endeavor 8th A,St. Clair Sts. L. II. 1'liUh Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Mrs Farm but accompanied returned to them their to home the For Prompt FREE Removal
r the Pastor will be followed by the Worship Serviceat I W. N. North and they served sand
to the "shut-Ins" In I i I Sunday School 10 am. Worth-
the afternoon. of Dead Crippled &
after ahort'Islt
a with Mr and ,
Paid For." The adult 8 p.m. The Minister speaking wlches and cookies with coffee A
The Church School begins Sunday Morning Worship 11 am Patrons of the Lawtey School i i
Id Mrs Luclle Green at on "The Power to See It hire Linzy.Mr less Cattle, Horses Mules,
1 by 9:43: every Sunday morning with Through. Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.mV. who will have beginners entering!' profusion of summer blossoms
ring the morning hour W. B. Sewell as General Super The Lord's Supper Is also served P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m next year are requested to bring I graced t the Club Rooms for the 1 and Mrs. Hob Bnrkley and & )HORS: .
fona Canova organist. intendent. every Sunday night them to the school occasion. their children Margo and Mike, of I
7:30 Fri.
The Senior and In Prayer Meeting Thursday : p.m building on Call 132 StarkeWE
inlng the youth choir termedlate Methodist Youth Wednesday evening Prayer day May m to register and please I nrldl{"- (lub hireling Jacksonville were supper guests of 1 i ,

I George Jones will meet at 7:00: pm fellowships Services begin at 8 p.m. which 1 Is HOI'K fllVKCII. THKKE.X.S.V bring birth certificates along This' Thursday afternoon of lust week Mr\ and Mrs. W O. Strlngfellow ALWAYS COME: 1
Jlrs. Thelma Dinkins vitally important in the life ot II Sunday.
Chaplain Ralph W. Is very Important. i Mrs Herbert Thomas entertainedthe
with Miss Julia Hopkins every Christian. The 20th There will be the usual homecoming I Florida Renderers
e piano Senior Chap. Mr and ,
Protestant Chaplain at the Mrs J. E. Wall were State Farm Bridge Club at her
the organ. Bill ter of Acts Is the lesson for this at Hope Church Thercasu,
United Slates Naval Station In attending to business In JII'kson'l home. The hostess captured a INC.
the of coming Wednesday night Com on Mother's Day, May 13 1951.
singing re- !:
jead
Green Cove ville
Springs, will be the on Monday. charming note of color for her LAKE GENEVA .
and bring along Bibles with Everyone Is Invited to come spend
your
tins.School guest speaker at the evening servo this I Mr and Mrs. Carl Paevy and home for the party with effective
thought In mind-"A the and the services.
meets at 9:43: ice at 8 p.m. The service will be that Church day enjoy I baby of Orlando were dinner guests arrangements of summer flowers fly Illunrlm f'tinnlngham f
.
ments and classes for sponsored by the "Mr. and Mrs. gether.Prays" Together Stays To- C. Sullivan Clerk. of Mr.' and Mrs. Carl l'revatt last A dessert course was served, beforethe .e ll

an 300 who regularly I Fellowship". Evening Services at the Firs Sunday progreSHlons. At this meeting hire A, J, Beezer and son, Louis s

j Bible study. Traininger Christian Church have been l\I rs. Blaine Tostono and son, Ed hire C. M. Turney won the high are back home In Punxsutawny.

at 6:43: under the I PENTECOSTAL' HOLINKSS'ICtli to 8 p.m. setup Keystone Heights!! were in Jacksonville Sunday visiting prize, a marmalade jar: Mrs. P. D. Pa. after spending the past several

J. T. Lawson. St. and Temple Ave. Mr. Tddtono who' Is a patientIn Fancher won the second prize a month with Mrs. Beezen brother
welcome will be rejjll Sunday School 9:43 By Mr'.. Sara I). ;\ St. Vincent We .
: a. m.: Morning At hospital. hope cream and sugar set and Mrs.V. H. Lucas

\ who worship at the Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic The Tabernacle Mr. Testone will BOOn be home and M. Goethe won the bingo prize, s Mrs. M. Wilson of Jacksonville

fit of Starke the church Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone A'number of Keystone people attended I able to be out. salt holder. Mrs.! Goethe ,wait, tho ,
Beginning
Bilging tower." velcomo. time of the Tuesday night the Open House of Melrose Mr and Mrs. C. R. Crews and house guest of, Mrs and Mrs

evening serviees was Lodge No. 89 F. & A M. at Gold children attended fifth Sunday Thomas for several days before
changed from 7:30: to 7:43.: WilliamS.
Parker, recently returned from Head Branch State Park, Monday I I meeting in Palatial on Sunday. returning to her home In Neptune WELDINGWe

SERMON AT 8 P.M. SUMDAY Fort Worth Bible School, brought evening, April 30. This was the Mrs.[ L. H. Futch was a business Beach Frlduy I|

third Open House held by this visitor to Lake Buller on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. 1C. Chambers I
an Interesting study on the Postage .
[he Things That People Are Stamp; comparing It to lodge. The first and second were of last week returned Wednesday from Dublin, I i 1.ia- De

Christians who stick to the job In Melrose st the Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Georgia where they visited the l\

until it Is done and Christianswho and at the Parish House but ow- and small son, Nelson Jr., of Jack tatter's brother K. H. Stewart for '

where ing to the Increasing Interest and sonvllle Bench and Miss Mattie several days Mr. Stewart Is a 'ifI,4(
Full OffST go they are sent, etc. \ .
the larger number expected it I Don
The Wednesday afternoon group dinner hospital patient following a long s: off
thought advisable to hold this on 'I put ;
of young people was delighted, to Illness and friends hope for mark- I
BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton have Miss Joyce Underwood, as in the Park where there are better on Sunday.. eel Improvement In his condition j jsoon. offer the people of Starke

BOB GRAY Pastor their guest last weeks Miss Under facilities for a larger crowd. Two Miss Joyce Newsome of Gaincs | I buying AuiomolUc

wood rendered several piano num. hundred and ninety-one attendedthis vllle spent Sunday with friends! t tLawtey. In Sunday Mr. and IIIrs. Bryant of mid ilrliilly one of the must
Bible School 10 A.M.: Don bers year. The primary purpose of I I
Hill Supt. and she and Miss Noegel Lake City were vlflllois of Mr. and Insurance
B.T.U. P.M.. Otto Hicks Sr., Director sang a medley of Spirituals. Mrs the meeting was the presentation Rev and Mrs. T. C. William Mrs. K. W. Urn nnen. I nuxlern and finest eoqllll'a-J
Vlrgle Avery was and took of the Jewel by Mr. Frank E. and Mrs. Belts of Jacksonvill

and Be 1 of 125; in Our Bible School This Sunday grbup pictures of present the children after France, Past Master of the Melrose were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy McDonelt and welding shop anyMhi-rn, Charley} E. Johns

[:Morning: Nursery Open at all Services." the meeting copies of which Lodge and also past District Mrs. C. R. Crews on Sunday even Tampa their young spent son last, weekend Rudy Jr.with, of All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Agency

were given to each child this Deputy Grand Master of the 12th
to K. M. Past ing.Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLemIon. Phone IS STAURK. FLA.asWw.ntina .
Wednesday afternoon. district Sargent, Effle Miner and Miss Mary GARAGEAND
Visitors/ from the Salvation Ar Master of the Melrose Lodge. 'Ann Wells spent the weekend with During the past week Mr and

my Camp were welcomed to the Among the noted guests who Miss Wells' parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Mrs. Herbert Thomas had as their :MACHINE SHOI .
guest Max Carey of Miami Beach.While .l .
Sunday evening service and were introduced and made brief responses Fa'ankVells., In Juniper Springs. ..
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor par. here Mr. Carey Interviewed I Tpn'pleve.. Slarke ... ......
tlcipated In the program. were Worshipful GrandMaster They accompanied by Mr. and Mrs
Miss Mnva Lee Thomas in
Cleveland L. Horne; Qeo. Howard Miner and small son of regard THE TRAVELERS. HartfonfFor

T BAPTIST CHURCH Starkeson Airpark BaptistSunday Fitch. Grand Treasurer and Past Jacksonville.Mr to joining the Professional !Base J

Grand Master: Fred B. Noble.Past \ and Mrs. W. M. Smith and .
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& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town'IIONES School at 9:45: ; Lacy Grand Master: Mr. Ed Larsen. small son of Orlando were week. -

: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Conway Sunday School Supt. District Deputy Grand Mast r\>f end guests of MI'. Umith's mother

Morning Services 11:00B. : the district; Wm., Revels Sheriffof ':M".,.J. J. smrUrT

T. U. 6:15: Putnam County; and Mr. Louis Mr, and Mrs. R L. Bradley
DAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:15: P.M. Evening Worship 7:30: O. Scogglna Director of State were In Lake City Sunday afternoon .

[School 9:.15 A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M.:\ Come worship with us. Parks of Florida. visiting Mrs. Bradley's father performancewith

WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:15 P.M. Rev. L. O. Hemmlngway, Pastor The speaker of the evening wag J. J. Smith who Is confined to the
Mr. LaMar Rozenr, K. C. C. II Veteran's hospital there. Frll'ndllof

Scottish Rite Temple, Jacksonvilleand Mr. Smith wish for his continued
orning "How to Have a Christian Home" Presbyterian Church -
Director of De Molay work Improvement and hope to sue

Evening "Covered or Paid For." 9:45: Sunday School. there.-He spoke on "Some of. the him home again soon Economy

10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class Things Masonry Stands For'Social Mrs J. T. Wright and children of

liE 11 a. m. Services conducter by Noted Waterbury, Vermont and Mrs..
CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR
Older< residents of this comrmmII Frances Thorpe of Charlotte
Rev. Charles Imbrle of Penney
Farms.ya will regret to hear of the death, Court.-. Vlrirlnln- --o.-.._ u.u nrn i u,", .n.,i vAiciiuet_...___L.' .. ..
,,'
-- of one of their old time neighbors. visit with their parents, Mr. and mss'"

E. J. Richards who lived here a- Sirs C. R. Shuford.
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-- e bout twenty years ago, died April Mr. and Mrs. James Anders 01

19 at his home In Kansas. His Palatka were Weekend guests of .'" use the South's
,
widow who was Miss Viola Baker, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O J.
sister of Mrs. Seth Kennedy Is expected Anders "
vodge most popular regular
I'll match ) here shortly to visit her Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and /

i family and to be with her father son. Kenneth, of St. Augustine grade gasoline

"Unrle Dave" Baker, who Is very were weekend guests of his parents :. '
III. Mr. Baker, who celebrated his Mr. and Mrs. John Shuford &: :''\."....

with on the road for \ ninetieth birthday not long ago Is Their friends will be Interested to CROy
car
any with his daughter, Mrs. Johnston,I know that Joe has been given a .

in Raiford. promotion( and was transfcrei o" '', .

His Honor Mayor F. T. Srott Trom Jacksonville to St. Augustine .. .

alue and and ]Mrs. Scott left lust week with I|',by the company for whom he ... .
Dependabilitvsay' ] works
Mr and Mrs. Sipe for a short trip
I I I ,
Dr.
north. They will visit in Sharon' and Mrs. W. T. Walter

Pa. I I I were attending Homecoming at y + I f.FOR .

MICHAEL OPPENHEIM Mr.. and Mrs. Stein spent a pleas-, last Orange Creek Methodist Church .r

a ant day visiting In St. Augustine, Sunday. Dr. Walter Is former at
; pastor of the Orange
0; Creek church
last
Sunday. i
located
;; "Sure, "I've owned and driven other male tan,"lay Michael Another picnic party In St. : Mrs near Hawthorne.

,0" Oppenhelm Belleroie, N.Y. "But .lnco 1941 my cart have all Augustine lust Sunday was the'' Enoch: Grlfria' who has been
confined to
f' I know how dtptndablt' Dodge car.oro her bed for several, !
/ been Dodgts. Pangborn family. I days [la Improving nicely and
Is
little' cost to
how they run. Mr. and Mrs. A. Nelson and, now able to be up and about. Her

Mrs.\ S. E. McKay spent the weekIn friends will be glad to know that -

'c1I Miami. .i i Mrs. Griff Is Is now able to be ,
+d6
a __ Mrs. Vivian Sanders has visiting her dauKhtui Mrs W C I" e Autist

ed from a short trip to N rE'turn.1 Woolen at Kingsley Lake. L t > Jmott

leans, She brought back with her.i i The WSCS of the Methodist ____

title AllLHon, fourteen months old 1, Church held a special business

daughter of a relative who will meeting In the church on Monday

stay with her for a while. Mrs. afternoon for the purpose of elect-

Sander's) son Dudley, who Is In Ing officers for the coming year
\ Walter Road Hospital, Is expected Those elected to serve for that in mileage for your gasoline iloltar! -try

r home soon on leave. i I time were President )l.r.V.. T a fill of CROWN GASOLINE at )our neighborhood Stand

w7rtI' I.q lAl Mrs. Reynolds sister' Mrs Bal-i Walters, let Vic Prcaldent; Mrs
[ ard Oil station.
Hubert Priest, 2nd Vice (
Ilea, has returned to her home in President
I Mrs. A. I r. Harley[ Sr Sri retary
New York.
Mrs. Frank Today's CROWN GASOLINE is a powerful motor-fuel,
Jones and Treasurer
(hunh Notes 1 ;

The Mae. Pmtlvnl. which 'vIII beheld Mrs. II. o. limeyDr ; :. that sell at uo premium price and is entirely suit
- r'lI'
r on May 5 In the park will,' Bhuler District Superintendent able for the majority of the cars on the road today.
of
the Gainesville
J spwe.He dwr...+ .,6.r, I nit! from 4'30: till (5:30.: It was announced I District was In Lawtey Monday Made in seasonal grades for better cool-weather performance .
/e dater.naw n./a./ last week thAt supper
would he served but It has been i iIxrldrd 1 1 evening Quarterly at which time the last and contains a special toll eat to minimize:
Conference of the
HW"Ji H NOW'S THE TIME TO TRADE I since then that only Ice. was held In the Methodist Churcft year gum deposits.
cream and cold drinks will be scrvr -

could/ pay up to $1,000 more and not get ell the Liberal' Trade-In allowanceoom ,l. Tho queen has been elected but ..lr. elf ,.: -icl u','.: tl/ By its a.JIIljlll"J leadership-year after ear-CRowN
C Irralf I ..... Itmaturtl <;..... .
comfort and rugged dependability of Dodge Act Now for Widest Sotection. her Identity Is still a secret. Comeand e'I.rlds. 1s finrdnn ....r.." GAmuji'jj; itself best in
01Mod.IfandColorlI ) see her crowned. < K W-ha'G'r 'riillnflff, va. proves your buy regular-grade
.what Dodge gives you on roughest; roads tliere" no Rev. J. Ralph Neale has starteda N.lly II. Hiharfcr. Jofrmlunt gjuoliccs!
-...
what other carl outer. wheel "hop" or bounce. 195Dependc6a' series of Wednesday evening %..
nderstand why Dodge t .V.lly M Hha..f<*r. _h".. ,..1.
You get the relaxing comfort of talks on the general theme of a y they'll match Dodge extra head room leg room and Communism and Christianity. The Ht. ....I'.." (. MU-hlvan r r
car on the road. and You are h..r.l"y notified that a
cervices o'clock
of at
DODGE are eight
shoulder room the safety: aunt for nivorr has barn riUrtavalnat
every one Is welcome.Don't you 'In the ahova named
ding comfort for ex- "Watchtower" visibility. Dodge f'ourt and ....... and you are ,..
ou could far more Cyro-Matic-the lowest priced forget the Concert by the Iqulrvd to parr* a ropy of your an-
pay transmission-lets sag OIIVIIJ DIIVI SAfl its._ Choir of the First Methodist \\mwmr or plvailinv to the complaint
r and
still not get the automatic you AI..CMIU ltmlatsnbehevable in the Plaintiff Attorney, A. J
smoothness drive without shifting. See and CHIC YOUI Churcb of Gainesville, next Sunday ThamaH. Jr. Htark. Klorlda; and ftUtha
evening at eight o'clock. Mr orlrlnai' I 1 In the offlra of the
ew Orulow ride. Even drive Dodge today. be Clerk of the Circuit Court on or -. -- .
will
and Mrs. Russell Danburg
before
tha Seth dar of May. Ittt:
featured on the program. othrwli' the all.vatlona of ...1"
STANDARD COMPANY
ItJ-\T t'.5.1."-ABC-TI' .NETWORK- Complaint will tia taken aa oonfaaa4 OIL (KENTUCKY)
-SHOWTIME
.
STARS IX GREAT SHOWS!!! O.V Club Not** KV you.

The next regular/ business meet- This notlea shall h. published ........
I
on" .arh week for four rnn..e"'ln --- -- -.
lug of the Woman's Club will beheld w...ka In the pradford County Tela- -

P. Roberts Motors on Tuesday May 8. at 3 P.M. iti
'rT:
> t;.d thl. 2 In th* club house. This will be (OFFICIAL 8KAM A rl ruTh ... ,
FLA. the last. business meeting of the fl.rk nl the CourtBy
169 STARKE, Ifavao Cruaby, D"nn n\rr\ *
85
year and a good attendance Is do- t STARKE. F1.A.fl,1Y .








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': Pvt. Earl Luke I our sweet corn field. Showing ''Legion To Sponsor tacted at the office of A. J (OPFI .''j*.?'
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RestsIn Thomas Jr., County Service Offleer. ,
what fertilizer and lots of it Defense ,
FARMER'SDIARY cat' H.
At Ft. Jackson do. ,1'Baseball TryoutsFor j I ,"


a. C PiratesIt In rlrrnlt Conrl.. Bradford Conar, .IV rl.t, Pvt. Earl L. Luke. son of I. V ",
.. s'loPldSi.
Our calves are doing well. They Murder CaseContinued Kl rlilal In < hwiirrry* .I. VI.s;
2 will complet Arliona E. Mobl.y, Plaintiff Robert
Luke. Rout Starke v. Alo...
keep the house pasture cropped I was announced this week that Joseph T. Mobly D.r naant. A. 1\(0. t..rond.Piak
his 14-week Infantry training Sam clean and Case No. 8388Onlrr Order j r .." ,
By McCarvey :
are not getting enough American Legion Post 58 will : ; '
.
from one) Appp
( page '
cycle with Co. "F", 13th Regiment I of Puhllrallim Anus Native Totpumr "o7''
of the famed 8th Infantry DlvUlon The author will) be<<> glad to receHe grass now, but will when the wire i: sponsor a series of try-outs for "'''.''TM nf .....OIU.>... Tot Unknow JII..d"r.\ [ ... .. '
grass starts up in the wood lot ,| the Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball The man on the back sent hand Joseph T. Mobley, whai raddenc
You
Fort Jackson. S. C. on Saturday items of InterwU CODt'ern.Ine .
Our calves the ed him gasoline can and said Is! Unknown I IIfar UI,.. .
represent gain we ; Club the week of June 4 a I4ti
during
Mar 5.Pvt. I A. the<<) ...tlvltl. of farmer i la You are required to appear on Court : _I. 1'1'' '
Bradford I have made and at today's high I All outstanding Junior American "Fill It up with No Nox" Lappe May II. 1851 In the above named Peek. u I."' 'tUi,. ...".

Luke wag Inducted Into the County. Suggestions maytb. prices that Is considerable. I Legion Baseball player from the testified. He did as requested the Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Telegrepi, dl l 'ce,. R"

service on January S3, 1951, at mailed be left to at Sam the Telegraph McGarvey,office Lawtey or I Saw an Interesting exhibition at I j North Florida Area will be Invitedto witness said, and the man In the seeks Bradford divorce County Telegraph shall In Wit next ft, t, 'ut'ha"....kl',

Jacksonville. .. Florida. I the U. S. O. auditorium In Starke participate in these events back stepped out of the car, pickedup publish this Order In next tourweekly at ,5ttrk. my h. ...

During hi* six weeks' bailc and -, which was part of Career Day activities which will be scouted by the Pi- the can, and put It In the car. Wltneiia la.u my.. hand and official (OF'ICIAI lo'iorld..I REt1: ()It,

eight weeks' intantry branchtraining for the High School young rate's Snouts This program Is be' In testimony of other witnesses, peal' Rt Starke Florida this April By Mj pl, l'A. CI", I

he will fire most of the est Very glad to Ed welcome and our {I people. It showed In miniature the I ing sponsored by the local Post In it was brought out that Beaver mF\f 'iAt. SEAL) A..T. ThomasA Street Ray MeY4, .;n!, 5Md,1 D..,t
neighbors Martha
infantry light weapons engageIn farm of fifty years ago. and then connection with the AmericanLegion's came to Starke about three weeks' Clerk of said Court Atty,, r, t .rno 1Ita""
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squad and platoon problems and linger, formerly of Michigan. I' in contrast, the modern farm. It I Silver Anniversary of its before be met death, and workedas p.s, tTiyen, Crosby, T>.piitv Clerk' ";
I. ;-
training bought land fronting on the Bates A. Lowry Id W. University. Cic5it rn."orr".t .;:"
Intensive physical
undergo was Interesting and Informativeand truck driver for Hercules "
Junior Baseball program. a Ave., OalnoHvllle, Florida. I. th...
In preparation for duty as a way about a mile north of us. probably what we are all :j A..J. Thomas Jr., Commander Powder Co. He had left his wife Atty fur. Pit. 4120| U Sill Oeorire r itt, Ptalr....
Prat
n... ..
were successful farmers ( -
.t...
service or combat type unit re I working to get. Right now there I of the Local Post announced also and four small children with his In ('Ir.'Ui* Court Itmrifford County, O.eI.. or "..""...
.
larly with dairy cattle) and is only one thing between us and I 1 that Legionair Al K. Carlisle had people in Dalton, Ga. until he got v.',,,..t.'*. in Chnnrvr,. Apr5, "'1' ti-p "0,.
placement. sure that they will enjoy Marollln IT. Keller, Plaintiff, vs. Mabel rratt I'
a fine modern farm and that Is a I been appointed as Chairman of the settled here and could send for Horace Kelley Defendant. I kn.wn'You "'he...,

here In Bradford County. And I little five lettered word starting them. Cat. No. 138Orilrr nl', "'
Junior Baseball Committee 'qUi..
Legion .
ADDRESSESOF lire really starting from I of Publication And <, ..tl... T'n May l4'h >J
I with "m" and ending with "y". of Post 58. Chairman Carlisle will About 4:30: o'clock Friday afternoon ShOPS. WTATM OF Fl.OIIlnt.. Tot Court all' j u" I. I ti
as they bought rough land
INTEREST a. S I be In charge of all activities of the March 2, Beaver receivedpay Horace Kelley, whose residence Is seeks dl" R...

buildings and have started to / Good luck to Mac and Martha local Junior Legion Team with the for his first pay period total- Unknown: In T.tollrnl.h'ot.noat r, 2' ',
already. Good luck to them! You are required to appear on or0"1
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R. G. Kidd Fort Walton.I I Maxwell who are going Into the $102.29. the evening It above Wltn .
Mrs. 5S exception of the actual coaching Ing During Mav 11. 1951. In the named I.at Stark, halt.
t Fla. chicken business In a big way. We which will be handled again thin was stated that he "flaahed" his Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 1951. l IttOFFICIAl U
Just when we are about to seeks peeks divorce, care, custody I
George Roberts. A. R. Training the heck with strawberries often wonder If we would not have year by Coach Herb Thomas of money in a local beer parlor. Mc- ami control nf minor child. ( .<1'1.'; j

Dept., NARTU NAB, Anacostltt, ever our plants have started fared better If we had specializedby Ralford and Arthur Hardee of Cool .was iu this establishmentalso Bradford County Telegraph. phallpublich ny m A.-:: eft.,,.
thin. Order In next fourwpcklr ?. .
K.
to raise
trying
one and Port
thing the two left at the
Butler. and men
Lake
,
D.C. l issues Pfan' Stll,
produce a few fine berries, Attyi. for "
Far Hills. of We do It well. Instead of the ninety- Sid Martin of Hawthorne Chair. same time when the place closed Witness my hind. and official

Mrs. L. A. Sutler promise red a lot more. do nine different things we are tryIng I man for the Junior Legion Base about 12 o'clock It was testified.: neat at Starke, Florida, this April lof: Clrclt' rnUrt.-
N. J. some spiders and some 14th, 1051.OFFICIAI. Ptorti,11 In (.h....
In our patch but not enough to to do and learning little about ball Program for the Legion's 4th During his stay In Stark-: ( SHAT.' ) A..T. Thomas Victor I E ;'"nlla..,..
any of them. If variety is the spiceof A. Clerk of ...1,1 CnitrtTy Rose Qiamnu, "
anything about. Hope that District wired the local Post last Beaver had lived in an apartmentat Haven Crosby, p.n.'v fiv -Dol..

CLASSIFIEDWILL berries do come to life as .we life, we sure are having a spicy week that he will award the 1951 Cherry and Eighth- Streets with 4120 4t Bill Order Of riil.llr.n.

time of it. Anyhow we wish the District Tournament to Starke. his sister, Mrs. Victor E. Jones Appear e'llr I .: or ZlPi ,
not by the
any means got In Clrrnlt CourtUrsdfOrd County, lamin" ,
back which we put into them. Maxwells heavy chickens at an The local Post will therefore be and brother-in-law Rev. Jones, (..,,,.1"*. In Chnnrrrr.Rnorh KEEP CHILJ3KKN; 6 daya early date with high prices. : H. Summerall, Plaintiff vs. Flushlnir, New
host to both the District and Area who Is pastor of local Church of
we heard of who It :
work one grower You !
weekly While mother e a a Lillian Summerall, Defendant.Caaa are r a'n .
Reasonable rate Writ P. O. Ho* estimated has sold about $ Tournaments again this year as It Christ. No. 1391 May 14th, '1351 htk.1 t
3n. Btarke. Fl.. or see Mr. Merrill Tried an experiment with some was last Orili-r of Piihllrntlon And !Nolle TaCan. Court and rnu,,,
7 Edward. N. Water St. worth. What's that saying beets .which were puny and had year.Barbara ", McCool, an ex-Navy man at one ."* WIMTK OP FI.OIIIIIA To seeks dlvoroo. .\rho,.,
lip' KU "the rich get richer. and the time stationed In Green Cove Mr. Lillian Summerall.. whose residence Teleicranh, shall n.

get poorer". Yet honestly bad color. Put some copper sulphate Bunch |I Springs has been In Starke and address 1 la 108 S. Sumter In next.four ""kl,
we ,
- WHAT ARE Pf-ANS for steady Inlioine In solution and put It near living Street Sumter, South' Carotin Witness mr 1514,",
? A Rawlelsrhr Bitelnees. I I.. eiivy.,jinyoiif, as you will & the roots. Result more than a year. He was formerly You are required to appear on .t.Tk!' .., F,0OFFICtAL .. U
. 1 hard lo brut. Hlif line well established find that anyone who has I : magical effect Contest Winner of Little Rock Ark. Both he May $1. 1951, In the above named U8'
, 11i1tI In Hradford County, make with deep green leaves and betcet Court end cause,' wherein plaintiff ( PTYA1) I
frond profit No experience r.- in this world ha* worked. and Corbin were employee of the' seeks divorce: award of children A. Cittl
quired. Writ today. for Information worked bald for it. And if plants. Miss Barbara Bunch formerly Larls ainrt nnnort to defendant. 2r rTav"" trim
ft.4J; Paint Co., a firm that had money Frank f.R Vl
e a
etarteil Knwlelith's Mrum.
of
how to art Starke. of Haines
now City Uradrord County Telegraph, shall
T wants to work hard. the A Itv.. fop Plf. 'rl
FAra7026S, Mem- by Government contracts for
8Jli P..Pt. We're paint. publish this Order In next, tour
AII l having quite a time try won third prize In the statewide
phi*. Term 4'" way. let him raise berries I Ia Ing ships In the "moth ball t1 ing to dry up Joy our family milk essay contest sponsored by the
my hand and official
WANTED-White. housekeeper to. We have cut down her feed Florida Medical Association. at Green Cove. Corbin Is formerlyof peal at Rtarke' Florida this April W.C.iTIF
stay on premise at one*. Bee I> What with the high price Greenwood, S. C. IDth. 1951OFFICIAL.
r1 Jones, nt. 1. lion 10 Lawtev. to the point where she Is gettingonly Miss Bunch a senior In Haines '
43! feed and a woods lot which The two who live In ( SUM) A..T. Thoma TilE IU)0.7EBlI
Fla. _ atp 514 few 'citrus pulp and we milk her City High School, chose as her men neigh. A. ClerIc of paid. CourtCTi.n GOOD
very young trees coming houses WIII.om
married TTU '
--' boring are to frobv. ppn r ''rkT.
FOR I'IAf.F.-U acres and l-story long we up and burned off only once a day but we still get a subject "Why the Private Praticeof mother and McCool'i I Frank Lamlrum, Starke. FloridaAttyn. IS .\n.In'
daughter
e about S mileS from mark big pail of milk. Worst it Medicine Furnishes for
hnu part of this County Plf. 4120[ 4t till
Also t-afnry hullillnic 80-fl. lot wood We say we did it, but that II wife Is the former Ethel Forsyth, i (:> \TICl.tinrl l
know
on Temple Ave. Contact W. A It was "Mitch" Brown and I'I we that she should with the Finest Medical Care. while Corbin Is married to her IV Circuit ('....,. Ilradford ('...f,..

( "ok. Waldo. U" liU I crew who did the burniiur. and I dry now eo'that she can put a i I She was presented with the $25 Florida, In Ctinnrerv.Mnmle .
daughter.C .
Into her calf. But third L. Bhehan, Plaintiff, vs. Joe
at the prize by John W.
same Dr. Vaughn
T Just tried to stay out of the way J. fOtehan, Defendant, rase No SSTROrder
n < m<>"j it KP tint-lit and it is hard to shut off your president of the Polk County Med Of Pnhllcailon And Votloe Tn49p0r
... watch our hog and
"11 *lnh All Miul'l* pens .
B fl, flea.nn.l'le rbanou.. "...nrnntred.. pump. When the fire was supply when you like milk ical Society, during chapel exercises of C DirectorsTo J. Shehan ejTATB whose OP FLORIHA.residence TotJoe la PHIUREFRIGER
(
,'. :
i I' I mii'MKiin we do.
w( ("'....., A M..II..n. .......... Ph. lao' about out Sam saw a tree burnIng way C e Wednesday School Meet FridayAn Unknown You are: required to appear on
I' High students from allover .
along an old "cat face" and May 14th. 1951. In the above named

, -, WANTED TO PtrY rifle. Cypres or tried to beat the fire out with I Heard indirectly from two of Florida participated In the. Important meeting of directors Court. end cause. wherein plalntlf
I fellow seeks divorce and restoration of
Pay highest price correspondents. It is I contest which began January 1.
Hardwood.
I BKearce pine seedling and promptly caughthis of the Starke Chamber of maiden. name. Bradford CotintvTelearaph
Stumped or In lump um. n. fire. to hear from folks we I The three top essays have beensent shall. publish this Order
Lake Butler. Via. pants on For the momenthe [I Commerce will be held in the
''iCOMPOSITE met and In next four weekly Isatie.
11tI I' always flattering to Chicago 111. to for
put on a fine I compete Guidon Grill at 214,551
very performance I| noon today ( Friday Witness my hand and official seal
; us that folks read about our dai honors In the contest sponsored !,, at Ptarke
nOOKKREPINOf STSTKVT !'!- of jitter-bugging. But anyway, the ), according to an announce << Florida, this April llth.
for email. bu.lneNKverythlnic doings. nationally by the Association of'I 1 181.
iF.-.. Ideal need In one book. wood lot is burned off and the CSC ment by President W. H. Graham. (OFFICIAL RBAT> A. :J. Thomas, --
I you County calves will have American Physicians & Surgeons. All As Clerk nf said. Court
"1 7lt Hi** It at Bradford young wire grass members of the Board are BT
.. *0 While we're wishing for thlngi Haven Crosby Deputr Clerk
'r.l.-e- to eat for awhile. to attend '
, Unfortunately urged as matters of flay Belden. Relden I'Idar.. Daytona

;4 FOR REN'I'-t"n"ln. furnished' Two some of our trees were damaged I, always wish for lots of good Rites TuesdayFor great importance must be considered Tleaoh Florida.
hnwer. hot water heater. and wire and a lot of heart Attys. for Plf. 41S| 4t 814rlrvnlt
room we are sorry it happened for at this time -|
.
rlirerntor. TMnehiirst Tourist s posts. But does Mrs. Conner
wishing
nc .V Conrt.
Rmdferd
Conntr
.
Courts Keyetone HlKhway "' .rka. we really believe In conservation. na' L't.
t 4tp li'4' CCC and we're going to -'start Floridsi In 1'nnnrprr.

1 out some of Mrs. Margaret McKinney Con Service OfficerTo tmnnd..lw Orals Plaintiff vs. Alice
CAKES Seems like something is always our trees and e Defendant.Caae:
WEDDING AND I1HIT11DAT '. some pin and have ner, 22, wife of Donald Conner of No. I3T4Order
taken at DahmerUHt post hem t.
Orilor :
- -u up. going on the fritz on a farm. First Be Here May 11 Of Puhlloatlon And Netlee Te
Pbon.66-J. tf In that Starke died Sunday while
Bhoppe we'll visiting .
' I it was the battery on the tractor way at. least' Appear MTATH OF FLORIDA. 'To
a start toward her father, Melvin McKinney In Alice Jennie Grela, whose residence
I.
and solving our
farm
I4AI.Jo-U acre which John S. Cook Assistant
FOIl gave up the ghost with State Is, Drumhlll Road, Wilton, Connectl-
mile from Tampa. She bad
tory houHe about 3 of poor fences. been In ill health out
Service
dead Officer will be Starke
4 Btnrk. Also 2-wtory bulldlnw' on' cell and then the car decided for ,
,- oO-ft lot on Temple Ave. Contort : that It would not be outdone, so I S a a some time. Friday May 11, from 8:30: until May You 14th are, 19111 required. In the to above appear named on .,I
RIP 614| Got Mrs. Conner
Waldo. to work was born
W. A. I'nok the sweet corn this In Starke 11
its generator went dead. Only am. for the purpose of assist I Court and cause wherein plaintiff
..Itellnblu man with car and going to try something and was a member of the Baptist ing veterans and their seekS divorce. Pradford County
WANTED- thing you can be sure of on a farmIs Church. dependant Telegraph shall. publish this Order
4 for .estitbllsliM rltarko and liiHuritnve 1-awtey.route Hal-' that you'll have trouble (and expense crazy that we hope that no out | with claims, etc. In next four weekly Isaue.

I, lily vlrlnlty and commllon. Writ. P. O ) and lots of It. see us doing It. But If ever Surviving, besides her husband I While here he may be con at Witness ritarke tnr hand and official seal
,
I lli.x I3 or I'hon, bali IIl\ln..vlll. 5 C was a man who had to use and father are her mother, Mrs. 1951. Florida this April llth

I' for Interview. 4127 2tp 64| Doing the wits (if any) It is the farmer Iva Hodge McKlnney of Starke, -
things hard
seemsto
Full HUNT-5-room carava. al>t. I be way can Qat afford to go out and and one slater, Mrs. Leaton
11 : our specialty. We had order
1'" beilruoma, tile bath Site Movewater everything he needs. We're Morgan, J., Starke. S I
,(. heater. Next door to Colon" : ed Dixie Runner peanuts shelled,,
q,. : 1,1 I Klnrlft' UVTANTKti but when we didn't get them In to try something and if that Funeral services were held In
', work we'll the Pine Level Baptist Church
-.Younaulrl to do ItvhthouHnwork. time we had to buy them and try something
.
1 Wllllnic to leave city. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock Office .,
i lllKh...t snlary.. Ho,* 4U. ', rirad- shell them ourselves. Such a job! I I a a a with Rev. W. E. Hall officiating. SUDplies
ford I'o. Telegraph Htarke. Needless to say we'll know better I
; atp I'M We are planning to go to the Interment was in Conner Ceme-
next time. We managed to shell t.
Livestock Field tery with DeWItt C. Jones In NEW 19]
Day to be
o I 11 "'U"".. IV tRI' : > it 111110''. enough to plant about half of the
J .. .liiI'tlnlttaItAPllv. I at Gainesville May 4th. We'll charge of arrangements. .
I .'...,... t itIKS.:. UnnrnnlenllII field, and then thought we'd plant .it If we can
I get away from PHIKSO.
i tlll.r'.N I'. MIIKIMIHHIt:
I ('.."rt A *ialin.fl Ml... Stark.I the rest without shelling but we farm that long. Recent BirthMr.

.
didn't have a planter which .would
I MALE 1I1 KM': WANTKH--1 tmmrdl-
at. opvnltiKv for rMlable men to. put them out, so we had to break I Sam lost all chance of going tc and Mrs. Gilbert Drown announce

call on fuimer. Wonderful op.portunlty No Heaven this week Nine pigs got the birth of a eon, William 1 p4

" j $16 to fuo In Permanent.Vrll a day: j Into a fl._._",,_ nf__ .nauilv._ n'.-._"J ____ Heath, p
enperlHm" required ? ----- u n." "'ng '"uu. April 16th, at St. Vincent
I \ .. toilny. McNK.Sfl! CUMl'ANV. I and peanuts and just about plow Hospital.Cpl. .
l 1'1'| '. A. rreepurt.. III._tip 54WANTKD | I 4t
ed four 1
up rows of It. He knows ,
I a
Uoud. liober barber. I. I that he blew his top and cussed

liny '/5 $percent. lUlroun $I.-' Frank Dryden and Pvt.
j T. IF leacliuin 34 A It..-, .ta atHrr ., like a mule skinner, and thereby Connie Clark are planning to attend .
, service schools
during the
j L if he there : "" .
FOR SALE- ft. goes he'll meet a lot
___ summer. Cpl. A. J. Eaves III has .
Hervel Oii*. Hood condition. See of oilier hog raisers. .
at 60D" MadUun or Call !\In. Crow GENERAL ELECTRIC just completed an automobile ,

I son 29.CI.KAN _- ----- mechanics course at Fort Jack. You'll Say ; ,

t COTTON HAUS WANTEDNu S 0-1 ".It...."." NATIONALGUARD sou S. C. and was one of the men "The best-writing .

pant, overall, .Ilk, rayon, 5.tety lsesr I to receive the _
Ca.,.. P4.ad, NOTES highest grades.STARKE fountain I -
f dunvarav. Ur..fordounly. : TeleKraph. tl'- c....,... ,..,. 95 pen .
I Ostla c...... 79 ever used.

_ _ Po".,. C.'", The local National Guard unit
FOR 8AI1-B.al're truck farm 4 C IsIe" Osit.5's .
f room houe Kood barn good, .t c..., underwent Annual Armory Iifspectlon AND ONLY
pualur and timber. U.V Durham 2.00
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Ijawtey, .'110. lip Inspecting General 1.C
(///0, (J1It from Third Army Headquarters, I'

FOR Hood SALE ronrtltliin.-1941 Dodge IU6I lav.Panel. Hen truck HI ; Atlanta. Thursday night. a FL': ..' POINTS REPLACEABLE _

T. Bhull. IU TempU Ave. at Sill Purpose of the Inspection to FOR ONLY 35c

WANTED Man who baa. workln ''determine the standing of the unit
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knowledge of modern bee hi..... McGRIFF In training supply, administration, Fri.. Sat. May. 5 A Wide Variety Of Points

Contact Bradford Co. Telesraph.FOR strength, and the degree To Suit Every Taste
11 115 W. Can St. StarkeA or .readl- Double Feature
neat in case of mobilization. __

LORT-Ladl"I Cypreec. black"t. .IId puree KeyetofleIt.iht. between In past inspections the local Tea for Two

.' April al} I.: ..;:i''w! '; Guard has always received the -.
Return to Mr.. Ito. J.ti."t rating of
8.... R. I. ..tark. or the Ch.mhn "satisfactory" which It With Dorl Day a; Gordon, I.43
of ('om m.r..... Itp must maintain In order to retain

I'IALP.-On. Keahe. outboard From where I Sit ... by Bob Gray its Federal recognition and remain -AND-Mac Roe -- IN.

-p In the town SCREENPHILCO i ykilk
motor, Will aell cheap. InquireCarpenter' where It Is located.
p..ua Btore Stark,
lip Prior to the Inspection Capt. I KILLED 1601. 11'

FOU 8LK-Panel Truck. 111 Hugh B. Ingram Jr.. company GERONIMO C11z:2 value sanitation |in'' ,

(t'tievrolet iroiid runnlnir condition commander reported that every I/i 16-inch television'!Y'J
with lair 19ft l.ooe. I'alm.nppitwlt "Must You Hand It
member With a.:
was James
Farmer. Market Itp working hard toward Klllwm: &; Virginia .....,.., IwI Philco Ralanced
receiving an award of excellent. heigh'''"
Hcrrick
FOR KKNT-Modern J-rnom a..r.... To Sandy?" "Team brings new
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work of the .
apartment.. Hath, .bo...,. v.".. unit U wonderful Cartoon and Serial enjoyment no "l
Pica blind .and vcreened porch t' !," he said. Many Guardsmen put And new Philco CChassis

114 Went Madison Adolph Oav t iii extra hours achieves P>F"
at |
Ito night on their Sun.. :Mon.. Tues.'
You kn folk I like blueWnU. w..k"
w own time working on training, nee even in
IlOt'SIt<< FOR t>ALR-5 room' 1 May 6. 7, 8 thPhilco MoeS .1u /
mlblnla supply class
bird. -
work it
or See now-
toilet. and 1 lavnratory. ahow.r marking knick-knacks. You Bee his etc.. In prep-

bath. automatic 80-iral. ira. water -In fart-mutt any kind of "TEMEPERANCE" didn't aration for the inspection
heater quarter mill at of town. stop
rltv water. Darvatti for cah.II.7AO bird., but Jailbird, and I w>p- the stone at my window. Capt. Ingram urge all employ-" Rogue RiverRory

Term oonldr tee pone you' do (ott. era to release Guardsmen without -
local, ftrout Real Ftate avent or From wher. I ..U. we could Calhoua _

writ Fred nor. lilt B. W. >rdAve. They're pretty nice to have .l.. with a lot I Ices of thin. 11.11'saround prejudice for summer field train- & Peter GravesTwo .
nlneitvlll, Fla 4t BUS ing. "This Is Cartoon .t New
because they aorta remind foollahnem the'other a must for all 6
that ,say "
FOR $R.U.F.-o. 7-foot IC.lvlnciorr.frierator. you of the things that Guardsmen, be explained, "and *UEtUPSINT2 MtRANGE<
A-I condition SitS fellow ran miule his temper we are not setting the Wed., Thur. May 9. 10
cash. Jo. Martlnea. phone 19. real happiness U made of. policy. The
Itp ate" flu* of beer and Mill live orders com from higher bead. Double FeatureBomardier

On of our neighbor's boys anil let live when God says In quarters. Prior planning |
CAHMIrTR baa already
WANTFtk MlKh *chooI4ucattn. Cateucooh
llttl bookkeeplnv .*- named "Sandy" just doesn't seething Ills \Vordi started for this summer encampment

pence|<-... .'. Apply Telearaph off .It- that way though and "Woe unto them that gtvrth' to be held at Fort 27995General

FOR : was after the birds with a slingshot hi. neighbor drink that pat- McClellan. Ala.. July 8-22. Pat (.drien A Randolph ScottAND 'W."OI"t 'OIiItIAI/t nx
RFST-p.a'rabl.' elo..-ln
anartinent. Ler.. .,.....1' yard Ap- the other' day. Now Iguess test thy bottle to him Last weekend all communica FOR SALS AT

O plv U Err Lli.Mn..W It 20)NMIman W MadUon or Mr. that's his privilege but lUb. 2:15 tions personnel of the local unit Walt
Disney's
4'" I'llFRTIVO one of those rock came tear- I along with other of the entire C. H. as''

< 'IurKlr.SIC ',... ale Itn" Ing through the kitchen window 124th Infantry attended a communications BEAVER VALLEY Bradford County

PIa.tl,on,_ 1-'''".,r Ie.J.. 8. Willi..I.. "R'a Ii I broke the''glass, and shattered V-'O.n b I rae I Ing. Classes school at Camp Bland. IN TECHNICOLOR Telegraph Su

.were held i In telephone
one of the wife's favorite
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'C' signal communication .
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.James McCool :Marion S. Corbin I

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.,';' r ,4 & ?! nf Claude first James degree: :McCool murder and with l ;Marion a recommendation S. Corbiii were of convicted 1


,li ye ar in Circuit Court here late Friday afternoon. Life mercy
Attor ment is 1 the imprison.
State's
A Istant '' customary sentence under this
Hill Williams brought the r y K.; John Nelson, counsel for the defense condition.
ringing close! I, i. moved for immediately
''I i- it to a n new trial and was
: granted 15
days in
afternoonw which to
", 'k Thursday ''r prepare his motion. .
w < to what defenseGuy The jury's verdict
Crews had descrlbt 17 minutes of deliberation came nt 5:29: p.m. after two hours and

bewildering caRe"ncountt FWJ The verdict climaxing! a trial that
iv >re,1 In a longt brought more than 4f>
witnesses'" to the stand in two
I and
half
t the bar. a days, caused I
ly a flurry in the scarce.
:t td I worked hnrd for aIt : I Adkin.H had warned expectant Deflators courtroom where Judge A. Z.

q murder In the first against a demonstration of
any\ kind.
hI'i ns a prerequisite
|lt

{, 11 ,r premeditation Ad- .. : tencewere Neither of rend the( defendants showed' an.y emotion as:' the sen-
theory! that Beaver rya
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before being killed + r k- 11111'LOll ISoaver, widow of the slain man, sat

|AM rney T. E. Duncan holding hiT youngest t child,} in her lap as she had done unmoved

'i jt I that if a murder fad _. .. .. .... ..,. ., mi.< ''t of the three-day ordeal during
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Corbin which
r McCiioI
,- law the element of pre- were convicted hero Friday Is pictured abaMcCool's, fire -uttud ..:pl' 7"i" ; Coihln were convicted, had, "shocker' and!

11 .It supplied.fen automobile Is shown as !It i Stnrko when
found
was burning about 3:53: : a.m. March[ WITNESSJAILED It was learned that

counsel Crews and 3, between the houses of McCool, (left) and Corbln (right) Beaver's : what appeared. to ho a routine au

:-Nelson both of Jackaon- body had been removed at the time this picture wa, taken Photo -.. < tomobile fire might br'. !In reality.
.nod' before the Jury that by Tony Stevens. I he desperate attempt of mutt

,. had not shown that di'rers In destroy the evidence of
a; robbed. If he had put their crime.

,y In his pocket, after JURORS r ee i len.\"' ''11.1 lit'II, .11..f Ihi'.. earlyili'frnsc Tlie body of young Claude

1 it in a local bar. Itveben I ullnriHi. *.. In I In- :MrOnl4'orMil Heaver employed" HS a truck
WHO SERVED I :
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| burned In the fire, < due taken from IhrNtiind driver for the Hercules Powder

,Dinted. out. No money and, jelled at 1:13: Thur.* Juror who nervisl on the :\Ir'o..IC..rbhl -
:M' on the defendants after ( I arii-rnnon( fur. rmiti'mpt. of court' back 'neat of n burning automobile
trial, which
",t. I one deftnw l ie Hi I I.. till MrpMon' of ili-fenilnl pnrked In the yard between the
counsel, I ,
Crew
iiiy rlmi.li. :McC'ool.Vilien McCool,
.,re and Corbln houses
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also pointed out that the described a.he most Ivewlldrrlnff r lla about
unkeil by Slate' 3n5:: a.m.. March 3. The
Attorney
"fit Intestines
ta l would be subjectstahnochee'
raw I hate er been
con T. V.: of the
If, after stab- n..It..1'lth" Hiinriin If hr couldn't (put u"nlr" dead man protruded through
I' were nil I lie end of his gashes {III the abdomen.
death, would replies, llcllwild 1
ver to they { II. N a.""(>rthy .. Doctor
"I'm, but. who
not to performed
te t<, their own house set :M. I.. WatterminW. you. an autopsy -
A few mlnulcn biter IU'11\ salil."TlnU'n several hour later
in fire, and then push Edwin: Tomtit testified
I .." at the
ll trial that
a when Deputy !Nlu-rlff; In their
| Into the yard where It.Iang..r Fred HaNlop. | opinion
Orll Mmtrl! ntuliil Unit h Beaver was lend before
the
both their homes. It. L. Brown fBellwas ) auto-
J'rol' for acquittal on the I Elliott Mantling In thi* courtroom art mobllo! burned. Local firemen and
KljniiE. .
hail h,'onl a Jacksonville fire
the li'Mliuony of Inspector testi
a 'irerloiin
that the State had notpaae T. Prevatt I' -
'is to ttte ex< 1l1*loIf. George Shuford af'I witness. foils I the rude, all fled that Home Inflammable ma
terial
able doubt. I KIM Itlgham ultm'KMt, are bannnl from the had apparently! been poured
rounrnmii'ulii'ii hat ort the automobile to make It
lestifying.Altornrya bunt
(final aummatlon. Williams A. I* CroBbyWillie. Starke .
1'ollccnmn
fur the Bert Johns
ilnfrniw 8n.1th.
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Jury "they had to killr Green testified
) that hn.
pr r'1 :Stale InmiiMllufrly! i-xrntiMl Ili'll I nw KfrCnnl toss
< la no other reasonable I Inman Green .and .,....IK"* A. /. Ailklnw. wil.l, "I'll nr a ttl'mJlto toss lighted/ matches
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IS.A. I ,, +' ; hint In ju.ll." Into the gasoline tank of the car
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Z. Adklns began his w r after firemen
i Strawberries ('LA I'DE HKAVKIt ramo to l M I ; 1'1""' mm. ,Inn of llrfrnii'Coiinwl 1 hud almost succeed-
Charge to the at 2:30 j I ) iid 'In
[ Jury : | putting nut
Starke from Georgia looking for s I'. Guy ('r'''\''. Judge.' .\,lid I'" In- the blaze
i-htd almost 43: minutest I IRram Like Old Soldiers, a Job. He found one, but it didn't u ,fir e "lru..1 l I the jury nut In |iiTinlllhe testified Ijninlo Hnrley |local l mechanic

'Just Fade Away .' last long. With cash from his first _. j *..* iiriMts'illng-i. Inftiirnn, the!r match stem that In he the found a burned
pay cheek still In his v vrdlet.I .. gasoline) tank
pocket he "'JIlt: Ol'TTKO! TDMOIlll.K:, belonging to Claude 'when he Inter removed
[ Bradford County's 1051: straw was murdered ami l his body left to James McCool, i spection. It for In
Urges burn on the back seat of Is pictured above as It was found the morning of March 3 with the However, upon objection
an auto. of
berry season scene on the vergeof body of Claude Baptist DedicationOf Defense Counsel, I P.
mobile Beaver lying on the back scat,, Witnesses testified that I of Ouy Crews

fizzling out this weekthe apparently the bark seat of the car had been saturated, with some Ill- New Building Jacksonville, the match stem

m On 301f most dlssapointing in recent years. flammable material to make It burn. e was. not allowed. to be Introduced
r' r 4r'F Attracts Large Crowd as evIdencQ since It hnd not been
An expecteJ heavy crop simply I Softball Season -- shown (hat any one person hud

f How-ing1 telegram signed failed to materialize and buyers Around 000 pending, -mpmbrm. had custody of the cur during the
moved on last week to greener Council Ups Courtesy Ticket Fee of enllrn lime
'"al businessmen the congregation and out o t. since the crime
was sent pastures, leaving the remnants of town vlHltorn- The defense
Opens MondayThe ; I -Kulhered' at the rented as court
V tc State Senator Charley the season to be bought! by local 1 1 first DnptlHt, Church best Hiiniluy convened at 0:30:: ) o'clock Friday

"peddlers". Adverse weather I .O To 10 Cents For Meter 1 ViolationsAfter for the loiiff-waituil iledlciitlini! or morning. More than 20 defense

rg< that you see Road pet ditions are blamed for the cun'j ,, Stumpknnckersand I mho handsome new ':.IOtl.IIOO,. edlnc... I I witness. .ha.I. -.. h.....<. .n. -boiirii..>i-.i "inurftduy-
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Chairman McKethan and During the week April 28| the Humphreys Gold-diggers I The ilt'fllratory sermon was 'afternoon, most of them relative

t started at once on wlden- i through May 2, growers gold 1,759: I I Tuesday, Muy IS: it will I preached at the 11 o'rlm hour by of Mrs!! McCool., the former Kthcl
In Garland
meet the Initial Godwin
]nple Avenue through crates at an average of $6.79. game Friday cost violators lOc InHtead of Re t.> a tr. Chandler Sllth, executive m>c- Forsythe. Included, In the list were

Road Department Rep. I Thursday's offering was less than II night, May 7, to officially open reJeem their parking meter Will Be Employed e11.tlit' rotary of the Washington, 1). C. ', two daughters two sons-in-law,

advises that right-of-way 200 crates, selling from $5.25 to the Bradford County Softball "courtesy tickets". I r Hiiptlnt CunvpntUin who wu <>rdiilno.l one son, one daughter-in-law, one

n arranged for. Urgent $6.50. League season. The second game Ever since parking meters were> At tin, ('..nnf'll Hireling Tn.-..- In the church here In 1020.: :',: sinter, and one; brother-in-law.
I ik be started and finished I I I day night < hulrninn. II. ,1. nl-h- Most or them
Season's total now stands at 21,- tonight will feature Camp Bland- Installed here some two years ago The street In front of the church apparently lived In
off season now before 905: crates which brought growers op Jr. rProimm'inliMl. that iitr- wan roped, off, and at noon the or near the two houses occupied
'H Inn and Law>y. I the city has been having its enforcement by the
traftic begins. Local ) S223.653\ 02. Production was about lund ntHluIn .he employed to long tables that hud burn placed McCools and Corblnll.I .

"n ready to come to Tal- 20,000 crates less than last 'Rules have been revised to speed officer place. a pickle in !! make a survey of the C'lly'x In the aroa, were loaded, with 'nod, I I Other defense! witnesses were!

i If can be helpful. Please year, and receipts around $100,- up the games and Insure all snee- ,i I the meter of a car found parked In I II electric plant operation an.1Ih' brought by member of the conKr O. U Llnsln. who testified, that

>t once. t I tators of two hours and 40 minutes i rtT<>"'m..n.'II..n.l for the *Katlon and vlaltorii Ray and Louisrun- .. .an".... n.-..'....
000 short of the 1950 total. violation of the regulations. At the I for the aU'I..ft V' u.
of fast Softball entertainment purchAse. of a new unit for the traditional old-fashioned Koch' Drug Store where
So if 1 same time the car Is tagged with 1.oB: KKAVKII; and two- basket Louise
you are a Softball fan be on potter plant. (dntighter-ln-law of
ez Named dinner, Mrs.
Currie To SpeakAt hand Friday night .when the first a notice requesting the violator\ to Itlnhop axMiu-il that Ooilwlnuoulil year-old son. Gary, found out Other npiiakrrn heard during the I, McCool I was employed, about 1O(

tant Directorate Meet game starts promptly at 7:.15.: Ad- repay the nlckle to any member hate the Btnl.tanre> of a yesterday that Starkellns are day Included Dr John p.m., March 2.
Legion
mission Is free to children under man for doing. thin work vibe sympathetic folk. A ll.it was cir I Henry McKelvey who
I testified
of State Executive:
Markets the force
police or at the city culated and a of almost $70 Secretary MIIKu1re'1 I
12 and lOc to all above. ban hail 10 purse I. that he saw Corbln
yean raprrlrnri. at
Clifford L. Currie, County Supervisor hall. Fines made to the widowed da: Dr. W O. Btracener, McKelvey's
on
were Imposed up
only pay
fathers
Monday night. May 7, Alvarez ( .t of thf to the city house about 7:30
B. nimry
Alvarez, formerr for six counties In Northeast mother's way buck to her home In and Dr. E. 1>. Solomon retirededitor : p.m..
I meets Hercules In the opening those to failed to remit the nlckle wan rutlmaieil at from 9200 to .1 March 2. Corbin had
r the Starke State j Florida for the Farmers Home ]( I Dalton, On. She has three children of "The WltneiM", State called for
I Administration will talk on his game while FFA plays HumphreysIn I I After a discussion Tuesday si.ino.) besides Baptist p"'p'r.A some saws that his. father had

Market has been ap- American Legion the final.Tuesday night Councilman O. L. Jlazrn After a lengthy illvriinHliin. of Gary.. sharpened for him..- .M_>.n.K..IU-. _-->.....
program at the I ----- highlight of the dav was the "
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Assistant Director of the Hall,, Tuesday night. May 8. Currlcj night the setup Is: moved that the 5c courtesy ticket' the matter lh* ("nunrll agreed showing of film. telllnR the story Dr. C. K. Hayes testified, that

''irketlng System, accord- j will outline the various supervised Camp Blandlng vs. Humphreys; be Increased to lOc effective Mil) I to hire :Mr. joiluln, 10 make the Legion To Sponsor of the building of the church from he saw Corbln at the Midway Bar

"i announcement yesterday credit programs of the F. H. A. and: |, Shuford vs. Hercules. |i 13. The motion was seconded by l mi rvey.Rites Baseball TryoutsFor mart to fInlHh. The movie were of between March 10 and 11 p.m. the night

]am L. Wilson. Director of j will\ alao tell of what his program i, P. It Bridges and all members taken by the pastor, Rev. Lewis D. tion with 2, and had a conver ll.
Slat! i!i voted In the affirmative except PiratesIt ,, him that lasted five or
Markets. I has done In Northeast Florida. InI : Senior ChaplainTo Tuesday Haln ", ten minutes'
1 James A Lewis who did vote.
not
eluded In the assistance/ offered At the evening hour the
Alvarez. Is well I pastor 1':. J.
qualified Fill Puplit Here 1 It was stated that In the event For Mrs. Conner was announced this week that Dnhmer testified that he
been a to farmers, both veterans and non- i brought the final message of the i hud known
grower buyer and courtesy tickets are not paid by American Legion Post 54 willsponsor Corbin for about five
manager veterans la a program wherebyF. day "Cloudu of "Vllne8a....". I I
and knows the Chaplain Ralph W. Hopkins, 19 a. of the receipt Mrs. Margaret McKinney Conner year and that his character was
business H. A. can extend loans for th..1 m. day following I a series of tryouts for Sample were exhibited and good all far
sa"1 thoroughly ,' \ or Senior Protestant Chaplain at the the $1 penalty will be en- 22, wife of Donald Conner of orders taken for as he knew.
He replaced Q. purpose of building altering ] Stark., dead while the Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball' I II a dedicatory book (I II | In earlier cross questioning of
B.I forced.It Sunday visiting
wh ]'" essential farm bulldingsj United States Naval Station at illustrating the church, pant and ,
has, repairing State'
,' Club during the week of June 4 witnesses the
resigned from tint 1 1I defense
was stated that a list of un father Melvin McKinney, In i I I In I I had
Includes the dwell- present, picture The book
which of contain |
course Green Cove will be 1' attempted to
pUllt because Sprigs guest show
of Illness.I | / |I paid ticket holders will be furnish. Tampa She had been In III health All outstanding Junior American that wounds In
n term loansand an interesting
of the
These long history Reaver's
ing. are
Mt year Alvarez has speaker at the First Methodist for time. I I abdomen might have "been
"v 2: as bear Interest at the rate of tr'r; 'ed to the police department weekly some Legion Baseball players from the, church, complied by Mrs Alma I caused by an axe used
acting manager of | Church In Starke on Sunday evenIng for collection. In the event ] Mrs. Conner was born In Starke by Fireman
North Florida Area will he Invitedto Hough.
nt ('Ity To date seven such loans have i; j Anyone deilrlnic a copy Russellest Kherle: In
market HI* new dis May A, at 8 m. Chaplain I tickets are not paid warrants 'vlll, \ and was a member of the Baptist may contact byre. I L i pulling the bark
rte: will been made by Currie In his p. participate In these event. Hough or the from the burning
likely be I automobile.
'r Haven or Plant City.either trict. Also available to qualified'i iappll..ants : Hopkins has Just completed 271 paid be Issued tickets for and persons It will holding be "un-I Church.Surviving besides her husband which will be scouted: by the Pi pastor who Dr. Henry lank of Gainesville

is a program for pur- months sea duty with the Service rate's Scouts. This Is be- performed the autopsy aM
sary for them to In city and father. are her mother, Mm. program
chasing land and developing this Force Atlantic Fleet. He Is al!, appear Barbara Bunch that In his opinion this
Carl Jackson I court, which will Increase the Iva Hodge McKinney of Starke, ing sponsored by the local Post In possible. was not
land for ownership. member of the Peninsular Metho- | penalty of the ticket considerably.C .! and one sister, Mr*. Leaton connection with the American I ContestVinner
w Position These loans are also long term dlst Conference (In Maryland I II; Morgan. J.. Starke. I! Lesrlon".. Sliver Anniversary. of Its! I Dr. C. B. Pollard University of
loans and are only made to appllcant and ] I Florida toxicologist
where both his father grandfather Junior Baseball who
Central Mia assisted
program. Barbara
Bunch
Truck Funeral services were held in ] formerlyof
lifetime of C DirectorsTo In the
their
.who have as Methodist )Ministers autopsy said
there
1 were the Pine Level Baptist Church A. J. Thomas Jr.. Commanderof Starke now of Haines City, were
,'-"" H. Jackson formerly objective a full-time farming op A graduate of Washington CollegeIn Meet FridayAn Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock the Local Post, announced also won third prize In the statewide the no traces of carbon monoxide In

I. for the Starke Ice Co., eration. The program will be Legion of Maryland, Chaplain Hopkins with Rev. W. E. Hall officiating. I. that Lcglonalre AI K. Carlisle had essay contest sponsored by the was blood.dead Indicating before that peavey

1I1)0)'d)' a* office man- special Interest to American :' obtained his Masters Degree In Important meeting of directors Interment .was In Conner Ceme- been appointed as Chairman of the Florida Medical Association. burned. his body was

r ",.ntral Truck Line*. members who are operating. Sociology at the University of of the Starke Chamber ofCorrmerce tery with DeWitt C Janet In I(I Junior Legion Baseball Committeeof Miss Bunch a senior In llalne He said
III will now have local of- or who are planning to operate :a Pennsylvania and his Bachelor of will be held In the charge of arrangements. Post 54. Chairman Carlisle will City High School chose a* her abdomen the wounds In Beaver'

JI' from 8 amunt" 12 farm as a means of livelihood. Divinity Degree from Boston Uni- Gulden Grill at noon today (Fri. be In charge of all activities of the subject "Why the Private I'ratlce Instrument were made with a sharp

'.!nrf from 1:30: ( until 5 p.m. Also a film of the American Legion versity.A day), according to an announcement Recent Birth local Junior Legion Team, with the of Medicine Furnishes thi* County thrust and by upward
'h In
Week i It has had only National Convention held most cordial welcome Is extended by President W. H. Graham.All I exception of the actual coaching with, the Finest Medical Care... Dr. Blank

'I..rflce hour,- but the new Los Angeles last October will be to all service" men and members of the Board are ),1,.. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown announce which will b. handled again thU She was presented with the $29: area covered said that the skin
i announced In view of shown at this meeting. of year by Coach Herb Thomas of third by Dr. John W. by protruding lutestinea -
*I bll8lnellJl Veterans their families to hear Navy Chap- urged to attend as matters the birth of a son William prize Vaughn was Intact. Indicating that
expected when All Legionnaires and lain Hopkins Sunday night at great importance must be consld- Heath April 16th. at St. Vincent Raiford and Arthur Hard of president of the Polk County Medical the wound was Inflicted
wOrk attend before
'" clothes factory are cordially Invited to 8 ereJ' at this time. Hospital. I/ lake Butler. I Society, during chapel ur- (Continued on the
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tacted at the office of A.
j, U.
Pvt. Earl Luke our sweet corn field. Showing Legion To Sponsor Defense RestsIn Thomas Jr., County Service Of. 'I
what fertilizer and lots of it c Ai
FARMER'SDIARY < cal [ ,
At Ft. JacksonPvt. do. i'Baseball TryoutsFor fleer. lOQ C'ItI' )'

,! C. In Circuit. ('..nrf.. Ilradford Connty, I'V ('I.t, -..
Carl L. Luke, son of I. V Pirates -
CaseContinued .rlol., In ( hanrrry.Arliona i0rIdn1.
Our calves Murder I.
are doing well. They
Luke Route 2, Starke will com B. Mobley Plaintiff v.. Robert J cS
keep the house pasture cropped | It was announced this week that Joseph T. Mobley Defenaant.Ca A M, I !'., Pili,
training "
his 14-week .
plete Infantry .. order .
By Sam McGarvey clean and No. 13AS or ,
are not getting enough Post 56 will P.
American Legion ( from page one) of p"ltll..atlo" And App5, Itea.i
cycle with Co. "F", 13th Regiment Order Sail* 'I' $' :
I grass now but will when the wire of for OF 1itU( .
series try-outs TA-FI FI.OHIUA .
of the famed 8th Infantry Division, :The author ulll be glad to re- i sponsor a tpprnr IJoseph Unknw\ M<> ...
seat handed T. _
the back Mobley, whoa
grass starts up In the wood lot i Pirates Baseball The man on residence "
Fort Jackson S. C. on Saturday, oplve Item'. of Interest concern the Pittsburgh and said !ia: Unknown: Y ," .,1'',
Our calves represent the gain we week of June 4 him a gasoline can I MIlY : r.
May S, Ing tINt u-tlvltle* of farmrra l la i|i Club during the Tou are required to appear on :4Ih. 1911.111Court
have made and at today'. high ,'All outstanding Junior American "Fill It up with No Nox" Lappe May II 1951. In the above named seek. In e.... \.
o Pvt. Luke was Inducted Into the Bradford County. Sugfcatlonn may [ Court and came, wherein plaintiff .
I the I .
prices that la considerable j| Baseball players from the testified. He did as requested, Tel.grnpt lit,
I Legion .
service 22 1951, at be left at the Telegraph office or I seeks divorce.Bradford I In 'h.n
January
on the n
and the man In 'I hI
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey. Saw an interesting exhibition at North Florida Area will be Invitedto' witness said I County Telegraph shall W,j ,. tour "....
,: Jacksonville. U. out of the picked 1 this Order In next four i. my
Florida. the a. O. auditorium in Starke' participate In these events back stepped car publish. at "Ik.. h.".

'I 1 During his six weeks' basic and I' which was part of Career Day activities which will be scouted by the PI. up the can, and put It In the car. I!I eefcly Witness laua.my hand and official I (oPrictAL, O1ALI, .

: eight weeks' Infantry branch 1 for the High School young I rate's Scouts This program is being In testimony of other witnesses,, peal at Starke, Florida, this April tty \frrtl, 1

,I training he will fire most of the Very glad to welcome our new the shells in half and planted I people.: It showed in miniature the I II sponsored by the local Post In It was brought out that Beaver I 17, 1961I0yFLCIAI.- mAU A. J. Thoma flay StreAtty f...," T 3'If

infantry light weapons, engage est neighbors, Ed and Martha Bel them that way. Well we were farm of fifty years ago and then |I connection with the AmericanLegion' came to Starke about three weeks ( A* Clerk of said' Court '.O'Yln"- ,,,:t.

: In squad and platoon problems and linger formerly of Michigan who certainly glad when finally the in contrast the modern farm. It | Silver Anniversary of Its before he met death, and workedas Pv T'aven Crosby, r>piitv ClerkPates I Pit.In .
a W.
I Intensive trainIng bought land fronting on the High. corn and peanuts were but I A Lowry. 1 UniversityAv ('Ioull ('.
planted
physical
undergo was interesting and Informative Junior Baseball program.A. a truck driver for Hercules ., Oalnenvllle' Florida.. l"I'lI'IlOi
In preparation for duty as aervic. way about a mile north of us. They we know that we'll have another and probably what we are all I J. Thomas. Jr., Commanderof Powder Co. He had left his wife I AU,... for Plf. 420| 4t 5111 Oeorll. P'"tt.( "--tal"

or combat type unit re were successful farmers (particularly !:, job in hoeing the peanuts. working to get. Right now there the Local Post announced also and four small children with his 'In ('Io.l. ,C....-..t. nrndfford County.Vlnrl Ord.r Prsit. Ilf O.r.nol., .Put. ,
with dairy cattle) and we'resUI'e I I .. .hU..,,,
4s <' l I" Ctnnrrry.Marcllln Aip5 ,
only one thing between us and in Dalton Go until he got
had people
that Al K. Carlisle M'r"re,
Legionaire ,
I I IIIAh.: __.. ..,
n
placement. that will U. Keller, Plaintiff, vs.
they enjoy farming Our little Roadstand business is\ a fine modern farm and that is a been appointed as Chairman of the settled here and could send for I Horace Keller Defendant. I i'-' .'wi, -.a'L Who,..'

; here In Bradford County.. And they-"coming j I along very encouragingly I I little five lettered word starting Junior Legion Baseball Committee them. case No. 8398 I'MaYyOIJ4.hrt ....
ADDRESSES are really starting from scratch,, There is little danger of It ever I Or,''*. of I>nhtl. i with "m" and .
with after
o'clock l95L15t
ending "y" 4:30 Friday I
About
I of Post /56. Chairman Carlisle will : nnrnr WTATH OF .'I.OR.oT". Court II| ,
as they bought rough land without to of 551i
growing the size U. S. Steel. ,
I seek "
Beaver received Horace whose residence 011.
March Keller
OF INTEREST I be in charge of all activities of the noon. 2. Is 'Pc 'lit
buildings and have started to build for example but then we are not Good luck to Mac Unknown: Tol( '" ''tlh chili
and Martha total-
for his first period ,
local Junior Legion Team with the pay pay I In n IItI
1 required to XI ftuV110 ,
You are appear ..
already. Good luck to them! trying to make lot of on ..
!, Mrs. R. O. Kldd Fort Walton a. a money Maxwell who are going into the exception of tho actual coaching Ing 1102.29.) : During the evening it May 81, 1551 In the above named. \ mv hll4.\Q.

Fla. but just enough to get by. It acorns I chicken business in a big way. We which will be handled again this was stated that he "flashed" his Court and on use. wherein plaintiff I ::51 Stark. y orld"
JuHt when we are about to say that all people like really fresh seeks peeks divorce, care, custodyand
often wonder If we would not have Coach Herb Thomas of In a local beer parlor. MP- (OO'lrUtL! "
R. minor
George Roberts A. Training the heck with strawberries for. year by money control of child. RF.AI.A. .\ ,
Dept. NARTU NAS, Auacostia,' vegetables and then too, Alice |'fared better if we had specializedby Raiford and Arthur Hardee of Cool was in thU establishmentalso Bradford County Telegraph shall I ny cut 1
ever our plants have started tc likes to meet and talk to people. raise publish thin.. Order In next four E. K. hay.5 cr..
to and
r>. c. trying one thing Lake Butler. and the two men left at the I lsues.WltnexK I I'P"Ymlll,,,,
weekly
few fine with a.
produce a. berries
But I Attye
our big job now is to raise for
do it well instead of the nInety. Hawthorne time when the place closed my hand and official I Pit
Sid Martin of Chair'' same
Mrs. L. A. Sutter Far Hill"N. of
J. promise red a lot more. We do have the produce to put on the Road. nine different things we are try man for the Junior Legion Base- about 12 o'clock. It was testified. neat at stark, Florida this April I 1V: 1'1..11 rn11'1".1"1 ;;,;;:--
some spiders, and some thrlp, stand. But we think that .we'll '
ing to do and learning little about ball Program for the Legion's 4th During his stay In Starke (OFFICIAL SFAL'! > A. .7. Thomas I Victor n I" n......
! In our patch but not enough to do have green beans soon and then any of them. If variety la the spiceof A* Clerk. of said. Court. I Rose III.m......
District. wired the local Post last Beaver had lived in an apartmentat O1animueg
anything about. that P.. ('I.' ". Dr
Hope our tomatoes, sweet corn eggplant, 7y Haven Crosby I
life we sure are having a spicy week that will and Streets with .I'V ,
berries do come to life have he award the 1D31/ Cherry Eighth U Sill Order Of
CLASSIFIED as .we okra and lots more. I Pa.ii0""
time of it.
Anyhow we wish the Jo..n..
District Tournament to Starke. his sister Mrs. Victor E. Jones 1"1
not by means. the In (Irftilt Court llradford I 0'
any .got money A pleasant visit by Mrs. Guy Conntr. Rose
Maxwells iom00
-- back which Into them. And heavy chickens at all The local Post will therefore be and brother-in-law Rev. JOIICP, t"I.ridai, In Chnnrrrr. I and Udlrt,3. ,, .
., WILL, KEEP CHILDHKN 6 clay we put Andrews and Mrs. Billy Bowling early date with high Fnorh n. Summirall I i I. 4111
prices. host to both the District and Area who is pastor of local Church of Plaintiff v* PlisIiIng' N.,
we heard of who It la TOIl
one who I
weakly while mother workLea.onab1e grower Invited us to a Presbyterian e S Lillian Summerall Defendant. You .re
} rate.. Writ. P. O. foX estimated has sold about $10,000 Church Supper. Just when : Tournaments again this year as it Christ Case No. (981Order I May 141h, 19SI.1I1Io r"'t.I'<4
'81. Htmrke, Kla. or N*. Mr.. Merrill we Tried an experiment with some was last of Pnhlleatlon. And Nativ* Tonne Court and .
Edwards, Ht. worth. What's that saying about think that the folks around here beets which were puny and had year.Barbara McCool, an ex-Navy man at one _> TATR OP FLORID*. TutMr peeks divo.,..u".. ,
.1Il.wat.r 1Ir-
Vp 1t14 "the rich fret. richer.. and the Door have given us as a bad job. another time stationed In Green Cove *. Lillian Summerall whoaa real Telegraph Ih.n
bad color. ru
up
.1 get poorer". Yet we honestly don't- Put some copper sulphate Bunch Springs, has been living In Starke donee and address I I. 108 S. Sumter In nest fOllr,, ....k
WHAT ARE PLAN for .teady In- I attempt is made to make in solution and put it neal Street Sumter South Carolina Witness my h.,.,

It I romeT A Rawllirh RiiMlnaa.*. I I.. eiivyanyoi; aa you will generallyfind ['good Christians! out of us and we the roots. Result: magical effect Contest Winner more than a year. He was formerly You are required to appear on lit 1931 ft"rke.. FIori"
to beat. fig Una. well e tab.llfihed
liard
I Mar 11. In
1951. the above
that who bas of Little Rock. Ark. Both he named
anyone anything appreciate: it; And
? who'
tt In Bradford County mak* could resist with deep green leaves and bettei Court anti cause,' wherein plaintiff (OFFICTAt, PRtttp
No xperlnc. re* in this world has worked. and and Corbin of the .
good profit such ctiarmlng emissaries? plants. j Miss Barbara were employes seeks divorce: award of children
q4' quired. Write today. for Information worked haid for it. And If anyone a a a S a Bunch formerly Larls Paint Co., a firm that ha4 and conCoct money to defendant. 'p. Prank% fl5,0
how to art "tarted. Uaw of Starke now of Haines City Bradford Countv
T .. Memphis wants to work hard by the the Got Government contracts for Telegraph shall Attv., for .
lolKh'n. > pt. 11-270-262 *ltX to gather up all the steel We're having quite a time tryIng won third prize In tho statewide paintIng publish this Order In next four Pif.W.C
Tenn Op way. let film raise berries! and scrap iron lying around our ships in the "moth ball tle..t"at weekly (issues.Witness .
to dry up Joy, our family milk essay contest sponsored by the
WANTED-Whit* houek..eper to S C a farm and get It sold to a junk cow. We have cut down her feed Florida Medical Association. Green Cove. Corbin is formerlyof sent at !Rtarke.' my hand Florida and this offfcla April ;
.
May on pr.rnl.sm at onre. 1'1.' m Ir > What with the high price of ,
dealer that it be Greenwood S. C. th 1951.IOFFICIAL.
so can used for l
L4 Jones. nt 1. Box 10. J-.awtev. to the point where she is getting Miss Bunch a senior In Haines .
!8BI.> 3.
feed and A. Thoma IF
54| a woods lot which had defense or to make The two men who live in neigh. THE 11007!
Fla. lip purpose tractors ,
only 'citrus and
pulp we milk her City High School chose as her A* Clerk of said Court
----- -- very few young trees coming a. or tractor implements. By so I boring houses, are married to i,v Haven (Cronbv r epu* C'Ark GOOI>, %'.llY
FOR HAT.R4 aero* and .mtnryr only once a day. but we still get a subject "Why the Private Pratlce I
long we up and burned off our doing also mother and daughter MoCool'awife T Frank Uindrum Starke. FlnrM IS BU>, %liT
we can clean Li'
houn about S mte. from Htark up outplace big pall of milk Worst part of It of Medicine Furnishes this County Attys. for Plf. 420| 4t Sill| '
Aln 2-ntnry Ave.hulldlnic Contact 80-ft W, lot A woods We say we did It, but reallyIt and get a little money for It. I Is that we know that she should with the Finest Medical Care." is the former Ethel Korsyth,.
1 on Temple was "Mitch" Brown and his a. a II IV rircnlt Court. Bradford
while Corbin Is married to her Coanty.
Coolc. Waldn." Ktn Cit I crew who did the I I be dry now so that she can put a She was presented with the 129 Florlrfni' In Cnnncerv.Mamie .

burningand we Alice and Sam teamed up to hoe lot Into her calf. But at the same third prize by Dr John W. Vaughn. i daughter.C I I* Nhhan, Plaintiff, v". Joe
just tried to ,stay out of the way, out the worst of ', J. Hhehan, Defendant. Case No Ins
ft 'ntotil < UIPtflRIt: spots our tomato time it Is hard to shut off president of the Polk
.. ........1.. and watch our hog and water your County Med. Order Of Pnbllratlna And Notice 'Topoise
tnk All pens
% ,I ft...."........ .."..... .... .."...an......, When the patch. After doing most of the milk supply when you like milk ical Society during chapel exercises of C DirectorsTo TATB OF FLORIDA Tel
fire
.* h- !. .... I'. HIlVl'IfHHIlCourt : pump. was just work with a tractor Sam findsho..lng the way we do. Wednesday. Joe J. Shehan whose residence I I. PHIlREFRIC
. A 1II..IR., 1O'.rk. Ph. 2M! ) about out, Sam saw a tree burning to be Meet FridayAn Unknown: .
doggone tedious and
S a High School students from all Ton .r. required to appear on
along an old "cat face" and he tiresome but do May 14th. 151 In the above named
can
you really a Heard
4 WANTED TO I"'TIT Pin. Cyprei. or, tried to beat the fire out with a much closer job that Our tomato Indirectly from two of over Florida' participated In the Important meeting of directors Court. and cause. wherein plaintiff
Hardwood. Pay hla-hct price way. our fellow correspondents. It Is contest which began January 1. seeks divorce and restoration of
c Rtumped or In lump num. 11. BKearce pine seedling and promptly caughthis plants, by the way look fine pleasant to hear from folks wehaven't The three of the Starke Chamber of maiden name. Bradford Countv
M Lak Butler Fla. pants on fire. For the momenthe and we hope to keep the top essays have been Commerce will be held in the Telegraph. hall puMloh this' Order
mn '''anCOMPOSITW blight met and always flatteringto sent to Chicago 111. to compete for In next four weekly laaue
put on a very fine perrormance away by dusting or spraying with that Guidon Grill at noon today (Friday Witness rnv hand and offl"lal".al 214
us folks read about our daily honors la the contest
DOOKKTCEPlNd! 8T8TKM of jitter-bugging. But sponsored at Stark, Florida this
II anyway the Dlthane and ), according to an announcement April tlth
Ideal. for email hu.lneK.. copper compound. doings. nationally by the Association of IflRI
r. f Kverythlna-: need In on. bonk.ft wood lot 1 Is burned off and the Guess that right now we are looking .. American I by President W. H. Graham.All (OFFICIAL !SEAtS' A. J. Thomas,.
75 Bee It at Bradford County calves will have young wire grassto forward to nice Physicians &: Surgeons., members of the Board are A* Clerk of said Potirl ;
some ripe While '
we're Bv
, It 1'p.W.h! eat for awhile.._ _. TTnfnrtiinatalv._ __ _.__ tomatoes more than else wishing for thingswe urged to attend as matters of' RAT SeMen Hnven. Selden Crosby, Deputy Clerk
anything always wish for 2'ldW., Dayton:
lots of
; FOR TtENT-r-nhlnn f"rnlab.d. Two some of our trees were damaged, we good Rites Tuesday great Importance must be considered Beech Flor'' ... -a
are
growing as so far have
we fence wire and lot of heart Atty., for Plf.
howr. hot water hater a 411$ 4t t4IV !
room and we are sorry it happened, for had at this time. _____
Plnehnmt Tourlat j most trouble with them.
refrigerator. For Mrs.
I cypress posts. But wishing does nc ConnerMrs. rr
1"1 .
Court. Keyiton. Hlg-hway $ we really believe In conservation S Circuit Court. Bradford Coa.tr '
: i4I. t ,
I 4tp; S. good and we're going to 'start Florida, In
j Just as though It had been thinning out some of our trees and Margaret McKinney Conner Service Officer Orela Plaintiff vs. Alice
Seems like Jennl Defendant.:
Is Orela. -
.k WEDD1NO 13 Order AND BIRTHDAY takwn at Uahmer'CAKES something always I joidered, we had a good rain thisI get some pine posts and have them I 22, wife of Donald Conner of Case No 8374 I
up. going on the fritz on farm. FirstIt To Be
I. Ultt bhupp.. Phone 69-J. U a I I week and we really needed It upon treated. In that way we'll at leasf Starke died Sunday while visiting Here May 11 Order Of Publication And Katie To
was the battery on the tractor Appear KrATH OP FLoRIDA Toi
our new plantings of corn peanuts make a start toward her father Melvin McKinney in Alice
FOR BALK-48 BIT farm and S which the solving our John S. Jonnie Orela who.* residence
Rave ghost with Cook Assistant
tory houM about 8 milaN from up .a : snap beans etc. It has turned problem of poor fences. Tampa. She bad been in ill health State In, Drumhlll Road, Wilton. Connecticut .
"Htark Also. .-.*.tory bulldlnir on dead cell and then the car decided warm at last and the night .. .. .. for some time. Service Officer, will be Starke :
60-ft lot on Temple 'veil (C'on- that It would not be outdone, to I Friday May 11, from 8:30: until I You are required. to appear on
tact W A. (mk, Waldo. I I' 84| are warmer too so now at last Cot to work the sweet corn this Mrs. Conner was born In Starke May 14th 1951 In the above named
Its generator went dead. 11 a.m. for the purpose of a.sulst 'Court and cause, wherein
I maybe things will begin to grow. j week and going to try And was a member of the Baptist seekS divorce plaintiff
with r..rI somethingjo
I WANTmllh.lI"bl. man thing you can be sure of on a a log veterans and their dependant) Bradford County
k, for entabUHheil. liinuranr' route onlY// crazy that we hope that no oue Church. Telegraph shall. publish this Order
I Ie that have trouble with claims etc. In
vicinity Htarkw and awty. *4.1Ii you'll ( Safer firsthand the beneficial next four weekly Issues.
will Surviving
is ary and eommlNHlon. Writ P. O pense) and lots of It. effect see us doing It. But If ever besides her husband While here he may be con. witness my hand and official eat
of
U J Ho. 13S or Chan 6911 (flatnvlll Ca plenty of fertilizer In our there was a man who had to use and father are her mother Mrs. at If.larke. Florida this April 11th,

I I, for Interview. 4147 atp 61.| Pole House patch. We had put the his wits (If any) It is the farmer Iva Hodge McKinney of Starke

p; 11 ul n Kim HKNT-5-room Karate apt. II to Doing be things the hard way seems equivalent of 3600 Ibs. to the acre who canQot afford to go out and and one sister Mrs. Lealon

ri 4, 'I bedroom, tile bath KUM .stove our specialty. We had ordered of fertilizer there with the idea buy everything he needs. We're Morgan J., Starke. S
1 I water heater. Next door to Colonlal Dixie Runner peanuts shelled, I that
+'" Klorlnt It but when tomatoes and peppers neededa going to try something and If that Funeral services were held In
didn't
I ; we get them In lot. At the same time when put. doesn't work we'll try the Pine Level Baptist Church
i; '\V"NTtTYounlir; girl to do light time we had to buy them and something
I hnuxHwork. Vtllllna- l..av. rliyHltcheet ting out fertilizer the planter lever else. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
alary. Kox 4al-H, Bradford shell them ourselves. Such a job! slipped and without meaning tc S C eVe [ With Rev. W. E. Hall officiating. OfficeSunplies'a' ., _
Co. Tlerapli Stark Needless to say. we'll know better
t. [, Sip ((111 we Inadverdently planted corn \ are planning to go to the Interment ,was In Conner Ceme
'next time. We managed to shell &
IttlHO. Although we have tried to get Annual Livestock Field Day to be tery with DeWitt C. Jones In ._ NEWI
BAIK1AIV IV tl"F.o to
enough plant about half of the
II 5IJl4).l'IIi6lt5Vll'. corn out since planting tomatoes held at Gainesville May 4th. Well) charge of arrangements. :
''I l'IItI' S 41..1' UnarnntwllflltHI.FN field and then thought we'd plant there Is
an occasional stalk herr make it if
I'. Cit.. PIl.ltn we can get away from #/L
PHIL
I Court Mndlaon $<... Stark the rest without shelling but we and there. And what fine healthy our farm that long. Recent Birth "

didn't have a planter which .would a a
MAL.I-1 HELP WANTED Immedlate strong plants they are. Much better ;

opwnlna-a for rHIilbl men 10. put them out. so we had to break In fact than any we have In / Sam lost all chance of going tc Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown announce .
call on farmer' Wonderful opportunlty Heaven !
I! $15 to Ito In a day Nexperience < this week. Nine pigs go. the birth of a son, Willlan 4 4
relulreil. permanent Into a field of newly planted corn | Heath. April 16th at St. Vince ;

Write todny. McNfcHa I COMPANY. I and peanuts and just about plow. I Hospital.Cpl. ,
I>"pt. A. ri-esIri.| III Xlp lit|
ed up four rows of It. He know, Ii>\ l 4'S

WANTKD-Uood, ober barber. :J j that he blew his top and cUllee.1like : I
pay 75 peroent. rlalrcut |1," Frank Dryden and Pvt ,A?
T H. I.aeb.vn 34 Alta-Vlktu Bt.Hronkvlllo .. a mule skinner and thereby; Connie Clark are
Tla 8tp 54RRFniOBRATOR | guaranteed his place In Hades but tend service schools planning to at. (L,*! ,;iPfJ' !

FOR BALK-3 ft. If he goes there he'U meet .a' lot summer Cpl. A. J. Eaves during the iI. '

Mervel Oa. good condition See of other hog raisers. III has .,'f.
at 600 MadIson or Call Mr. Crow- GENERALS ELECTRICS just completed an automobile .

eon 19.CtKAN mechanics course at Fort Jack. You'll Sari .

COTTON BAUd WANTEll Oftery'lIi.d.e", NATIONALt S. C. and was one of the men "The
Irene best-wrltlnsr
No pant., overall, *llk. rayon.dunmare.a. ,... o receive the highest
e ( .04c.
Sires. GUARD
'. A NOTESThe grades. ,
Uradford County fountain
,
... ... 1.51.aIIVA ie pen I
e K ra l.IK tf _ 0.... C..... 'i 7995fo "
Cba local National 1, ever used.
FOR BALE-14-aore truck farm 4- ______ e rleirfc II.... Guard unit
room hO..1 good barn. good _____________ C,.., Cver underwent Annual Armory In"spectlon .i
and timber. U. W Durham AND ONLY
pa.tur.. l....... .", Flu lip by the Inspecting General lie 2.00
-III )1It from Third Army Headquarters, f! "..
FOR SALE-1941'Dodir. Panel truck Atlanta ", :
Oond condition' IV51 t.tr M..J Thursday night. L STARKE FL-: POINTS REPLACEABLE

T. Bhull, 'U Tempi Av*. at till .- Purpose of the Inspection' to ] FOR ONLY 3Sc

WANTED-Man who ha. worklncknowledir G. J. McGRIFF determine the Htandlntof the unit ,;

of modern be* hlv*., In training supply administration, Fri.. Sat. May. 5 A Wide Variety Of Points

, Contact Llradforil. Co. Telearaph It 115: W. Call St. Starke strength and the degree or .read! Double' Feature To Suit Every Taste

_ k ness In case of mobilization. ..
I LOST-Ladle. black pur** between In
Cypreia *41. and Key.tone past Inspections the local Tea for Two
Hela-ht. April 30. Liberal: reward Guard has always received the
' Return to Mr*. J. H Field*. lION A J..rl"t of
;1 "". Ht. I. Htark or the Chamber: rating "satisfactory" which it With* for Day &: Gonlon
Commerce lip must maintain In order to retainIts 143SO.

-FOR AL.B-0fla Heabe* outboard From where I Sit ... by Bob Gray Federal recognition and remainIn -AND---Mac.aa. -- lNSCREEN.

motor. Will hell rheap. Inquire -r-- [ the town where It Is located. 'iT'PHILCO
J (Carpenter' Drug Store
Starke'
lip Prior to the Inspection Capt. I KILLED 1401. Iii"

1"011'1"' ]-Panel Truck IMf Hugh B. Ingram Jr., company GERONIMO value sensation it,J
I ('''.."rol.... good running condition commander, reported that every I/I *:'Y
*9A I.nne.PaIuII, -y "Must You Hand It 16-inch televaw
! nppi..:.thFat:u.;'r* Market \ lip I member was working hard toward With Janice' Ellison &: Virginia ..-.Sad Philco jja1oncr.

t FOR HKNT' -Modern '.room aaraaoapartment. To Sandy?" "Team receiving work an of award the of excellent.. Hrrrlrk .....Jil. brings new hettlenjoym..nt -
unit U
wonderful Cartoon _, JIO
t Ilath. Mhower. vntlnn ... and Serial '
"
hllndtt and creened porch he said. Many Guardsmen put Phi<'O C

!I Itt West Madleon Adolph (1ev.lip t in extra hours at night on their Sun... Mon.. Tues. .- And Chassis new achieve J Ja ;

You know folk, I like bluebirds own time working on .ef.
training.eupply. in
II. HO toilet1 USB! FOR and ltAf.R-l lavnratory. ,rooma.howrr I j I l rrilblnl, or mocking bird. knick-knacks. You see his class work etc., In.prep May 6. 7, 8 '" See nee it even now-f!>o JIllI -

f bath automatic 30-nal. gee water -In fart-moat allY kind of "TEMEPERANCE": didn't aration for the inspection.
, beater quarter mile ent. of town, stop Rogue
..II.. water Bargain for caah birds, but Jailbird, and I sup- the stone at my window. Capt. Ingram urges( all employers 4T. '

11.7110 Term pnneldered See ou do too. to release Guardsmen s1 ,
pone i without
Front where I
alt. we could
local atrout Real En'ate agent or Bory C-lhoun 4 fftfr .
writ. Fred (lu,. 1104 H. W. IrdAv They're pretty nice to have lo with a lot lean of this Hell'sfoollnhnr prejudice for summer field train. Graves ; ,
.. Oalneevllle. Fla 4t 611ft l lFOR Ing. "This Is a must Two Cartoons, &: News!
around because they aorta remind for all :
the"otherfrllow ..
'*'* that ay .
HALF!-On* T-foot Kelvlnatorrefrlaerator you of the things that Guardsmen. he explained. "and Wed. e IUlnED
A-l condition "Hi ran guzzle; hili "temperate" we are not setting: the The Thur. May 9.10 POllrs
ca.h. Joe Martin, tt real happiness is made of. policy.
phone lip glass. of beer am! atlll, live orders come from higher bead- Double FeatureBomardier PhilcoRANC

One of our neighbor's, boys anti let" live when Got nays In quarters Prior planning has already
CABHIKR -
WANTFT: >- Tlla-h rhool
e ttitatlon. little bookkeeping .". named "Sandy" just doesn't see IIH Word] started for this summer encampment 'dteJzooh "

fire erlenc. Apply Telegraph of It* things that way though. and ""'_ unto them that glveth to be held at Fort ; 279

was after the birds with a slingshot bin neighbor. drink that pott McClellan. Ala., July 822. Pat (VBrlen tt Randolph Scott w.peuir fOUHtAIM Hit
FOR
RENT-n..lrabl.
rlo.e-ln
nartment lir** ehady.. yard. Apl the other day. Now Iguess .-.. thy b..ttl. to him Last weekend all communications -AND- FORS4ATBradford

>lw Mr*. W. If Nnllman or Mrs. that's his privilege, but personnel of the local unit Walt
O. U Llnnln 301 W, Madlenn4tn )lab. 2)15 Disney'sBEAVER
1111! on. of those rocks came tear. I along with other of the entire C.HJaGenera

( FBYIVO CHIfFCFN1: for pals $1 Ing through the kitchen win- 124th Infantry attended. communications VALLEY County .

on th. hoof J B. Whit.. nt t. school at Camp Bland. : _
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broke tbe'glass and shattered f5ot
dow TECHNICOLO.R
Bo. TI ".....k... Ito Rill ( rail Ing. Classes were held In telephone Telegraph -
one of the wife's favorite Also New
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Mc'Cool Corbin Convicted: :, ,






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dering' 'e: : riaiule James ifcCool and :Marion S. Corbin \ 't
: were convict.
eil of first degree murder with a recommendation ,
in Circuit! Court hero late Friday of mercy .
afternoon.
,. t nu-nt i is Life imprison '
the
Lslstant State's Attor- S customary sentence under this: condition.

nil Williams brought, the E. John Nelson counsel for the defense, t

)tit to a ringing close moved for a new trial and was immediately
: granted 15
days in
which to
,.ck Thursday afternoon ,\ .' i I prepare his, motion. .
.Jiltten, to what defense The jury's verdict
came at C:29
: after
p.m. two
Guy Crews had descrlbH I 117, minutes of deliberation. hours and

,J it I bewildering case" The verdict
climaxing
a trial that
|r -ncnuntered, In a long I witnesses to the stand brought more than 4//)
I,'r the bar.it i! I 1 I 1 a flurry in the in two and n half days, caused scarcely -
expectant
t worked hard for a -I It I I Adkins had warned spectators courtroom where Judge A. Z.

,f murder In the first I any Kind. against a demonstration of

F 11 haf as a prerequisite It Neither ,
; of the defendant
| ,t it premeditation. AIle 4 0' tences wel.e read. showed( any emotion ns the sen

-01 I b theory'fore being that Beaver killed '. ;Alary Lou Heaver: \ widow of the slain man sat

T E. Duncan | holding hir youngest child in her lap unmoved
itorncy _. ._... mot of as she! had! dune during
the t
u t that If a murder Is -- -- .. -ki -. .. l.a;, ...;; :; _,., '''__!_; : i three-day ordeal.! .
In thi act of robbery, | !SCKM; : ; OK THi: CUmi: for which Cliudq McCool and Bob Coibln .., The crime for which McCool and
claw the element of pre- were convicted here / I :t Col bin
Friday Is pictured above McCool's flieKuued were "onvl.'I"'d hud,! shocked

Is supplied. automobile Is shown as It was found burning, about 3::53 a.m. March ___ WITNESSJAILED Sfnrkn when It was lonnieil that

me counsel Crews and 3, between the houses of Mi'Cool (left) and Corbin (right). Beaver's __ what npponrpd to bo a routine nutomohlle -

[,'Isim, both of Jackson- body had been removed at the time this picture was taken. Photo [ :i fire might, b... In reality,
_.._.. ; mV (the
i,A before the jury that by Tony Stevens. :n.'e -, dospernte attempt of mtir
gz Is- ,di' rers I to
not shown that rluslroy the evidence
: of
Jhiul ", If he had put ,"/ ;;11izs their cilme.

In his pocket afterIt JURORS ;_ r' tiny nuuii" Hi'II, one of I In- mirl.vi'rnsi' The body of young Claude

in a local bar It vtlini'KNi1* In Ihc :.MiC'ixil-: Heaver, pmploypil. as a truck
I WHO SERVED ('undo' cn-.< nui taken from IhrNtitml dilver, for the Hercules
been burned In the fire, Powder
ilnted out. No 'and Jailril" at I 1:13 I Thursday Company was discovered on tho '
1 money Jurors uho serted on (lie 1.I.Corb'n Me- ufit-rnnoii fur "..."Io'm.t| of court. back sent of a burning
on the defendants after automobile
(.... trial uhlrh one ilefciiHo rk'ki; lli. i In. thn nl<-|..M>n of cli'frmlnl pmkeil In the yard between the
f1'i roiuiNel P Guy Crews r.'k t'luiuli* MiCiHil.VVIii'n Mi'Cool soul Corbin houses about
i:in pointed out that the described' "tIm' '
A niont heullderlng '' u,,'k<*d by Stale'$ Altnrnry 3:On a in. March 3. The Intestines

i would be "fit subjectsihiiochee" catie hate ever l>een connerte .... :. T. F.. Hum'mi If .Ian couldn't |hut' u of the item,) mall protruded. through
If after stab- -
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ler to death, they would C. H.l with"Na'nvorthy were: ......... fMi'x, Bell gashes Doctors Jn the abdomen.
"*, hut not lo who performed
|o their own house, set .. % you. an autopsy
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I A tow mlnulrn l later Bell Hulil several hours later testified,
jito 1\ fire the and yard then where push it "'. Edwin TurodeFred I ,'; t-: "that'll a lit," when ltf|>uly $I'rlftCecil % at the trinl that In their opinion

HalMlop Hrurll stated. 'that ho fUU) Heaver was dead, before tho auto-
both their homes.
,nger It. L. Brow ttae Manillng In I Ihn courtroom tuiil, mobil burned. Ixicnl firemen, and
I for
acquittal on the 1 Elliott
Flynn a Jacksonville
had ln-ttrd fire
the Inspector
ti-mlniony of testi-
hat the State had not n pre-
':. T. Prevatt vloiiitvltnixn. I'ndiT fled that mime Inflammable
the ruin, all ma-
( ease to the\ exclusion. George ,Shu ford % Hlinemitt,* are banned from the tonal had apparently been poured

Me doubt I Hill BlghamA. rnnrtrnmii'uhi-n. not .4euI Il'lng.uorneys on. the autotrobllo to make It burn.
a
nal! summation, Williams I.. Crosby I ,\ fur thn ilefrnwt anil Starke Pollcemnn _lirt.,. M wi"im T.......
[jury "they had to kill "IIlI" Green testified that he
1 S Ilio state ....nu.ollo"'ly rIIH<-I| Bell saw Mi,'Cool tons
Is no other reasonable I Iiinmn Green i anil .Imlgc ,\. /. Ailldn. NitUI, 'Tuthim or attempt to tons /lighted! matches
: ; AlII Into
In jull." the gasoline/! tank of the car

Z Adklni began his Strawberries I fLAI'DR: HF..\\KI4 came to] I I','..n mullon( of I),'f.'nsp ('...ull..1I' jcl after firemen had almoxt 811('coed.

[arge to the jury at 2:30I'd I Starke from Georgia looking fora tiny ('rnt s, ..liiilgnUMltH !n- In putting out the blaze.
almost 43 minutes I I Like Old Soldier3 strutted Ixmnle Huiley locnl ,
tint mechanic
jury not
job. He found one but It didn't lo pi mill teHtlfled
'Just Fade Away .' last long. With cash from his first ---..-- .-..-...., ..... .:; -Iss-4'-- -- 'h...... proitH'illngH I lit Influent" lliHr niatih stem that In ha found a burned
seruliut.Baptist. the gasoline/!
pay check still In his pocket he ------ [ when tank
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HUE GUTTED Al'TOMOIlll.K:, belonging to Clnudo James. McCool, he later removed It for
In-
Bradford County's 1051 strawberry was murdered and his body left to ispnctlon.
ram Urges burn Is pictured above as it was found the morning of March 3 with the I However) upon objection
on the back
seat of an auto- of
Defense
season seens on the vergeof mobile. body of Claude Beaver lying on the back seat Witnesses testified that I DedicationOf of Connail I'. Guy Crews

fizzling out this weekthe apparently the back seat of the car had been saturated with some In. New Building Was Jacksonville/! the niatth stem
not
nOn 301 most dlssapolntlng in recent years flammable material to make it burn. [ as alli'weil to be .Introduced,
-, t7 Attracts Large Crowd cvldenci since It had not been
An expected heavy crop simply: Softball Season .4 | shown that any one person had

: failed to materialize and buyers ,. p! Around 600 persons. member had custody of the cur during the
Mowing :
I telegram signedI moved on last week to greener! Council Ups Courtesy Ticket Fee of the congregation/ und out of. entire limo sluice the crime.

businessmen was sent pastures leaving the remnants of' OpensMonday\ town vlnltom, gaUiHred at the The defense; rested< as court

to State Senator Charley the season' to be bought by local First rinptliit Church .lust. Sunday convened at 0:30 o'clock Friday

"peddlers". Adverse weather conditions To 10 Cents For Meter ViolationsAfter fur the loiifr-wnlfoil di'dlrutlon of morning Mora than 20 defense

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halrman McKethan and I During the week April 26 I anti< the Humphreys Golddiggersmeet I The dedicatory Hermon; wan; afternoon most of them relative

'tarted at once on wlden- through May 2, growers sold 1.759 I Tuesday, May 13: it will Garland Godwin preached at the It o'clock hour by of Mrs. McCool, (the former Kthel 1
pie Avenue through I crates at an average\ of $6.79. in the Initial game Friday cost violators lOc Instead of fie to flr, Chandler Stub, rxurutlve ,mc- Forsythe Tin' 'luded, In the list were

toad Department Rep ThursdaYs offering was less than I night May 7, to officially open redeem their parking meter Will Be Employed retary of the Washington, V. C ', two daughter, two sons-in-law,

,Ivlaea that right-of-way 200 crates, /selling! from $5.25 to I the Bradford County Softball, "courtesy tickets"I I naptlxt Convention who was ordulnoil one son, one daugh ter-In-Iaw. one
,, .\t I In- (''',ueil meeting I TII.I ....- : sinter, and one
arranged for. Urgent $850.Season's: League season. The second game i I I Ever since parking meters! were In the church here In 1926. brother-in-law.

be started and finished I total now stands at 21,. tonight will feature Camp Bland- Installed here some two years ago i,I day night' hiilrman II. ,\. MKh.op Tho street In front of the church or Most of them apparently lived In
t Jr. oiimiended that (;01'- near the two house
season now before was roped off, and at noon the occupied
I traftlc begins. Local I I 19011 I 5223 crates 3 which 02. Production brought was grow-a- Ing and Lawtey. I the city has been having Its en-, lund (Jo"t"In employed to long table, that had been placed by tho Mi,'Cool* and Corblns.

1 ready to come to Tal- bout 20,000 crates less than last Rules have been revised to speed I forcement officer place a nlckle in !I make a ''IIIr".y. of the City's in the area, were km.led. with 'nod I,I Other defense witnesses were:

f can be helpful. Please and around $100- up the games and insure all spectators the meter of a car found parked in fl*rtrl. <* plftnt operation! ami brought by member of the congrfgatlon O. L. Llnnln. who testified that
I once. year receipts of two hours and 40 minutes -,I give mnirnclntlon for rhpurchAfte .. and visitor. for the Ray and Louise Bell ant Corbin
I Iz 000 short of the 1950 total. violation of the regulations. At the I
of fast softball of unit for all left Koc:h'.
entertainment. |i a new the traditional old-faahloned banket Drug Store, where
:sititv 1.01': UK:.\\ Kit: and two-
time witha
same the car Is tagged Louise
So If you are a Softball fan. be on power plant. dinner. I (daughtcr-ln-law of Mrs.
Named Currie To SpeakAt hand Friday night when the first notice requesting the violator to IINhop oviltliMMl that Cioilulnwould ,, year-old. son Gary found. outY..llt..rday Other speakers heard during the I I 1fcCoowa./) .. employed, about 10

nt Director Legion Meet game starts promptly at 7:13.: Admission ,, repay the nickle to any memberof ha ,, the .*..I"tttiioc of a sympathetic that folk. Starkcltes A list was circulated are- day Included Dr John MII/ulre,1 I p.m., March 2.
Is free to children under' man for doing, this "ork ulio Henry McKelvey who
State Executive testified
tc MarketsB. the police force or at the city and a purse of almost $70 I, Secretary of Florida I that he
12. and lOc to all above. baa hail 10 years eaperience.CoSt | Dr. W. saw Corbin at McKrlvey's
County ; O Rtracener
Clifford L. Currle. Supervisor hall. Fines were Imposed only on made up to pay the wllowedmoth..r' editor father's
Alvarez former, for six counties In Northeast Monday night May 7, Alvarez of the survey to the city way back to hr home In I and Dr K. D Solomon, retired house about 7:30: p,m.,
Hercules in the those to failed to remit the nickle wa. estimated. at from 9200 to March 2. Corbin had
I j I meets opening| editor of called for
"The
Wttneiu"
of the Florida for the Farmers Home Dalton Ga. She has three children State
Starke State his: game while FFA plays Humphreys) After a discussion Tuesday ':'00. Baptist some!' saws that his father had
I I Administration will talk on besides Gary. paperA
Market, has been ap. at the American Legion I I In the final.Tueaday night Councilman O L. itIZenmoved After a length dlHriiimlon of ------ highlight of the day was the sharpened for him, McKelvey said.
Distant Director of the Hall program May 8. Currlo night the setup Is: I that the 5c courtesy ticket, the matter. ,b. ('.,uncII agreedto showing of films, telling the iitory Dr C. K. Hayes testified that
Tuesday night.
I II > hire !Mr. Godwin to make the To he saw Corbin at the
Blanding vs. be Increased to lOc effective May Legion Sponsor Midway Bar
Camp Humphreys
Beting System, accord-I j will outline the various supervised ; of the building of thn church from between 10
I Shuford vs. Hercules. 15. The motion was seconded by aurv.,. start to tlnl h. Tho and 11 p.m. the night
and I Baseball movIes were
announcement yesterday credit programs of the F. H. A. I I TryoutsFor of March 2, and had
P. i L.: Bridges and all members a conversa
"i L. taken by the paHtor, Rev. Lewis D.
Wilson Director of will also tell of what his program tion with him that
'ate Markets. i has done In Northeast Florida. Included Senior Chaplain I I voted In the affirmative except Rites TuesdayFor PiratesIt Halm-*. ten minute lasted five or
James A Lewis who did not vote.
At the evening hour the .
Ivarpz Is well qualified/ In the assistance offeredto To Fill Puplit Here I It was stated that In the ...vent'courtesy Mrs. ConnerMrs. was announced this week that brought the final message of pallor.the K J. Dahmer testified that he
en farmers both veterans and non- had known
f a grower, buyer, and tickets are not paid by American Legion Post 36 will day "Cloinljj of VVItne/iHi-a". | Corbin for about five

anager, and knows the veterans Is a extend program loans wherebyF for the I Chaplain Ralph W. Hopkins, 10 a m. of the day following reCeipt Margaret McKlnney Con- sponsor a series of try-outs forth Samples were exhibited and years and that hit character was
H. good, an far
businesa A. can
he
'"a. He thoroughly."!I purpose of building, altering or Senior Protestant Chaplain at the, the $I penalty will be en- ner, 22, wife of Donald Conner of Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball orders taken for a dedicatory bonk I| In earlier as cross knew
replaced O B1o forced.It Starke, died Sunday while visiting questioning of
hRs repairing essential farm building! United States Naval Station at her Club during the week of June 4 I illustrating the church pant and State's. witnesses, the defense had
father
Melvin In
resigned from McKlnney, '
stated that list of Unpaid |

was a
.t 1 which of Includes the dwelling present In picture The book con. attempted to. .show.. .. Ih.... ... .
post because course Green Cove Spripgs will be guest All outstanding Junior American ""-"- -
of Illness. ) ticket holders will be furnished Tampa She had been In 111 health i tain an thef II I[ vrifuiiua ill
I Interesting history of Beaver's
loans! f I
Past!! year Alvarez has These are long term speaker at the First Methodlsj to the police department weekly for some time. I LegIon Baseball players from the;, ,church compiled by Mm.. Alma I II I I caused abdomen might have< been
ff'np' \ and bear Interest at the rate of ] by an axe used
as acting manager of Church in Starke on Sunday 1 for collection. In the event Mrs. Conner was born in Starke North Florida Area will be Invitedto Hough. Anyone by Fireman
evenj j I desiring a RuHSell
t copy I Rberle
To date seven such loans 1 I In pulling the
City back
V
era will market.likely be His either new been made by Currie in his 4// I Ing:, May 8, at 8 p. m. Chaplain I be tickets Issued are for not paid, warrants holding will un-I'j i'and Church.wan a member of the Baptist I participate In these events'I may contact Mrs. Hough or the t'seat' from the burning automobile.

f Haven or Plant City. trict. Also available to Hopkins has Just completed 21.paid tickets and persons It will be neccs 'I I Surviving, besides her husbandand which will be scouted by the Pi pastor I who Dr Henry Blank. of Gainesville

annlicants' Is a nrnsrram for pur- ,[ months sea duty with the Service for them to In city father, are her mother Mrs. I rate's ScouU. This program In being I that performed the autopsy said
aary appear In his
-arl Jackson chasing i land an'd developing this i Force Atlantic Fleet He Is a court which will increase" the Iva Hodge McKinney of Starke,, sponsored by the local Post In Barbara Bunch possible. opinion this was not

land for ownership. '! member of the Peninsular Metho- penalty of the ticket considerably and one sister. Mrs. Leaton connection with the American I Contest Winner
tr Position These loans are also long term ) dint Conference (In Maryland) Morgan, J, Starke. I Legion's Silver Anniversary of Its Florida Dr. C B. Pollard University of

Central I loans and are only made to applicants where both hU father and grandfather Funeral services were held In Junior Baieball program.A. Miss Barbara Bunch formerly In toxicologist, who aanUted.

Truck who have as their lifetime' were Methodist MinistersA C of C DirectorsTo the Pine Level Baptist Church J. Thomas, Jr., Commanderof of Starke, now of Haines City, no the traces autopsy, said there were
I objective a full-time farming op I Washington College the Local Post. announced also of carbon monoxide In
"I H. Jackson formerly graduate Meet FridayAn [, Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock won third prize In the statewide the blood
r for the Starke Ice Co., eration. The program will be of', In Maryland Chaplain Hopkins :' with Rev. W. B. Hall officiating. that Leglonalre Al K. Carlisle had essay contest sponsored by the was dead, Indicating before that Beavtr:
'"Ployed a. office man-I special Interest to American Legion -',i obtained his Masters Degree In' Important meeting of direc- : Interment was in Conner Cemetery been appointed as Chairman of the Florida Medical Asiioclatlon burned. his body was

entral Truck Lines. members who are operating Sociology at the University of tors of the Starke Chamber of with DeWItt C. Jones In I I I Junior Legion Baseball Committeeof Mum Bunch a senior In llamas He said the
Will or who planning to operate :a and his Bachelor of the I Post 56. Chairman Carlisle will Wounds In Beaver's
now have local of- are Pennsylvania Commerce will be held In charge of arrangements. City High School. chime as her abdomen were
I from farm of livelihood. from Boston Uni- I be In charge of all activities of the made with a sharp
8 am. until 12 as a means Divinity Degree Guidon Grill at noon today (Friday I subject "Why the Private Fratlce Instrument
from 1-30: until 5 p.m. Also a film of the American Legion versity.A ), according to a a announce Recent Birth local Junior Legion Team with the of Medicine Furnishes thl* County thrust and by upward

I,111> Week i lt has had only National Convention held In most cordial welcome i Is ex ment by President' W. H Graham. I exception of the actual coaching with the Finest Medical Car.." Dr. Blank said that

l rrice hours but the new Los Angeles last October will be tended to all service men and All members of the Board are ?..fr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown. announce which will be handled again thU I She was presented with the 129 area covered by the Inteotlnes skin

Is announced In view of shown at this meeting. their families to hear Navy Chaplain I urged to attend a* !matters of the birth of a son, William year by Coach Herb Thomas of third prize by Dr., John W. Vaughn was Intact protruding Indicating that-

a lness expected when All Legionnaire and Veteransare Hopkins Sunday nlgbt at8pm. I great importance must be considered Heath. April 16th at St. Vincent Ralford and Arthur Harden of president of the Polk County Medical the wound was inflicted before
work clothes I Invited to attend : I Lake Butler. I the
P atlon factory cordially at this time. Hospital. I Society during chapel exerclM (Continued on page eight)
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By Ilavi-n ('r >"Io t>j. Deputy- Clerk t"t nlo! ,in Hradford. County for,. the'! : of' 'lorvln! TO CREIITOIIYR.aeeld4 A. I.10./ i
LI 4 JT 4t OilOK I,. "i,,fit ..f lh' Itlftpn And residentsf 'I the man creditor of the estate of Er- pi.uaddi,
Bradford County Telegraph I Hi ml ford County. and to< provide' Will,, a IlnnnoldH. deceased are hnr"-I ,
!! GRAHAM "OTIC'1 .vfa.TIOOVTO r th' AppritprlHtfin, of money,and. dnnd 104r 1 man placod on and required to file any, b*.
for the \\ MOM IT MAY fONCKTlN.V.ii tn" al Wing of Curve or demand which they may
f ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNIft-KDITO Ity Mrn.. John McKlnnyRev. I' apply, .. ,is tithf-ri-hy" l RI\'l" .ii,, *.t*t tn lIt"of ntl thi' :, t.lMl'j ;M:ntin+n ':i:, a andnijlpplnff.of such I ,;I at and Wnteioak]*uwt.'y, In please the County rodir In of the rat.. I of. ,", d
Florida Lr..ila'. r. a. bill .-pluil, bv tin allocation, t..> such flr u or HTft I ,. Florida In the "turf '
li' .AI"1'
t phon I
mall <
which b II.hull p. ,it't.I: In. t tile i ,'" I, "intal >f portion' of tht r"t" or ahfl at /Starke Florida, within ''r
Malcolm Tompkins of Rai itrmii' >n a PubUahwl Every Friday and Entered! Second r 1:) .
: a* ,
F.Golden
ford will be the speaker at Gra- in nt "quipping .111.1" utenfini 1 aid" County f the first publication "it tin-
ClM Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Flo. ..p ra\l"n!I >f a publl h xpltal' ..t 4'27 4t alII25C ] .
ham Baptist Church May 6 at 11 se-, -., -
a.m, and 8 p.m Everyone la invited
MEMBERBubiicrlptlon <3> 1951 to attend this service.
Those that attended, the Bth
$;.AO Annually J 1.t10 For Biz Month Sunday meeting at Long Bridge
Sunday were: Mrs. Kqulllla Rob- MAMMOTH :: SALE
erts, W C. Burton :Mr. and Mrs.
John McKinney and son Horace.
Just An Old Tree. Mrs. Pore Reynolds of Jacksonville -

wen ;" Mr. and spent Mrs.the Jack weekend Hines here.and r dele } ?Wide-- ( nrjaur.f' !J'lJJe 7 '
of Mr. and
children were {guests
I I Mra. Harley Starling Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Altman of Everything -"
I | Nichols were visiting Mr. and Mrs : __
Carl during the weekend. Nothing "
e ,i Mr. and, Mrs. Carl Jones were
I II I guests of Mrs. Dehlle Hull at E1'1.
II I Hampton Sunday.Mr. LOll/I .
it .,1r S I and Mrs. Frank Thomas I f-\\

+ and children of Hampton were Ji Ask at Store ; i.rrf- :(
vlHltlng Mr. and, Mrs Harley E
Starling Sunday afternoon.J. Special Sale '''..._ __ 1
D. and Vincent McKlnny
Price List
spent the weekend at Waldo. Quantity Rights Reserved
; u a Mrs. Ray Hines la. 111. We wish L

her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Alice Starling honored 3 BIG SALE DAYS TlfURS..FRIB-SAT., MAY Street StarkeFk
Mrs. Catherine Dyal with a stork
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f>r I Hy Mrs.. H. M. Mrttaa

Church Services. at Pine Level ( )

;.?_ar __"J' I Baptist church .were well attended
Sunday with 172 In Sunday School
Mrs. D. C. Moore and son Junior B ,t4CORI
PhUlman of Tampa were visitors 1 1I
here last week and were accompa-

_m.....'_.. ...._.p__ r.. ..mmm __. ..__,.,." 1 nied home by her parents, Mr and TOfnA
i Mrs. W. R. Halalop and her sister
Look at the picture above. Mrs. Inez Kelly of Starke who attended

i' Not much of a tree, is it? j the fellowship Meeting at
1. Just a moth-eaten old mulberry tree, but the SeaboardAir Bcrea Baptist Church In Tampa.
Line Railroad\ is Attending the Fellowship meet.
spending some of Its hard-earned dol
Jars to preserve this tree because of historical significance. I Ing in Tampa were Rev. and Mrs. HUNT'S
No.
2 21
,
W. R. Hall, Misses Alice Reddish 4
Halves III Ears
Now maybe you think it's crazy for a busy railroad to I Gwendolyn and Shelley ,.McRae or

fact worry about an old tree living little while longer, but the I! Arley, Benny McRae and Vernon Sliced No. 2'-i! 13ic
remains that the Seaboard has retained a tree surgeon Thor'ntou.
who believes he can add 25 years to the ancient mulberry .I Weekend visitors of Mrs. Robert pEAGHES Bliss
that stands on the ground of the Seaboard's station in the Myrick were Mrs. Sue Myrlrk of lc
Florida" town of the same name. Lake Geneva, Mrs. B. M. Myrick Comstock Sliced 5 lbs

It isn't just an ordinary old tree. Because of its pleasant and little daughter Venice Ann of PIE APPLES 19c
shade and convenience of location, it became an unofficial Gainesville.We No. 2 Ripe

J .j' gathering place for early settlers in that community long be- were glad to have all the 8oz. Plllsbury '.
fore a town was there. Many items shipped to settlers by visitors at church Sunday.

rYC.rail "were.addressed. simply u.. to consignees_ at "The Mulberry Saturday evening'; dinner guest PIE CRUST H.q. 18c.. Buy One & 2 Lbs Z
ysp9' ireeana dropped off the train there, to be picked up at of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman for One !
1 leisure.It were Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Dixie Darling WhiteBREAD Fancy Winesap
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown, Mr. and
has much historical significance for the town of Mul-
Mrs. Fred Halslop and children 12c 2
Family Loaf 3
berry whose Picas
residents have Lbs
sentimental
a affection for this Mrs. Sue Myrick. Mr. and Mrs. A.,
old friend they have known so long. ,j J. Fender and children. Mr and

And what does Mulberry's ancient tree have to do with!Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mr. and
1'' us? Just this: Starke has a lot of old trees, too, and instead I I Mrs. Alton Dobbs and daughter MHO O'SOUSHINl 3 -

of trying to preserve them it sometimes seems as if those in Eloise and Mrs. Inez Kelly. Ruso Quick.Fra en! Sliced! Sweetened!
charge of such matters take delight in condemning them to Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. W. E,
the axe and carting them off to the city dump. Hall Wednesday were Rev. and /11/ ,, / /
Not so in Mount Dora where city officials have recognized Mrs. J. E, Murrhee and son Edward \.. ,\\ / I
the of Hilliard Mr, and Mrs .
+ value of their trees and have taken to ":
steps give them
Solman Hlggenbotham of Calla- G1NV -
added years of life. I' In Ctns.-In Qtrs.
han and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dobbsof
We who
have lived in the shade' of mammoth oak trees JNf
Starke. -
all our lives are so accustomed to them f fr
that we do not always .
I Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of 69C
appreciate the effect they have on the visitor who is Orlando attended church here Sunday lb
seeing them for the first time. Whether we recognize it or and were the dinner guests of : "t i I packaged
not, these trees r r I ,
in are the most attractive thing about the town Lavon'a parents, Mr. and Mrs.. 0 I f ,
the eyes: of many visitors, and Starke would do well to R. Alvarez.
follow the example of other far-sighted Florida towns and Those who enjoyed the fish fry ee.,

spend more time and money preserving and caring for its at Sampson Lake Saturday were

trees- rather than in pushing them up with bulldozers.Martin son Mr.. and Johnny Mrs.of Barney Jacksonville Eggers, and Mr I or I Cn.! of 6
.. -.4DI"! "" .-. _ gPeEP.SqI ,'
----IIIIIIIIJ and Mrs. E. C. Sunn and.n arm mum.., _Mr._'u pCOL/
1 II and Dire T. N. Norman and son, Bottles 19
all of Hellbronn, Mr. and Mrs. J.W -
0 L A
McRae and son Mr. and Mrs. (Plus Dep.)
Factory ServiceWATCH B. M. McRae and children, Mr. and

Mrs. Robert Myrick and daughterMrs. .ft &;:.:.

Myrick. Thomas and daughter Gordan, Mrs.Mrs.Bishop J. E Florida or Georgia Shipped, Grade "A"FRYERS Small MeatySpareribs

' REBUILDING McRae and son, Mrs. Sue Myrick Lb. 49cSir.
:; 126 Court St. and the H. M. McRae's. CRISCO
.i Starke, Fla.
Mrs. Ruby Limbaugh of Ocnla O' Lean Ends White
was a dinner guest of the H. MMcRae's
''I Friday Bacon Lb 23c
; "Sure-Mix" Shortening
'i !J\OTICHTO till: UI
:I In Circuit. Court. llradtard Covnlr. Dressed & Drawn Taste O'Sea Red Perch
TRANSFER
AND .
O.ALVAREZ&SON Plorldni In t hanrrrr.I.llllnn .
n
:: STORAGE CO.We H Kent I'liilntlff, vs. Harry Fillet Lb. 39c
: Charles Kent, Defendant. 3
Cns.
1 .. Can No. 1408 lb Can
,.J k Nafee To ,1'1'** Tenderay Beef
l :, .. operate. local To: Harry hares j Kent, whosereeldenr.
O .. .1 long distanceanywhere Is tTnknown. lb 49C Rib Roast Lb. 95cSKINNER'S
t R 8'ALVAREZ G50W' Yon are hereby notified that o (Limit One Can Please)
,ftnumt,rtA 4 \\n V. 8.EXCELLENT milt. I for rtlvorce him been filednirnlnHt
1 you In the above named
'} -J ,...MOVING...,--- I Court and canoe and you ar. required
I!' to serve a copy of .your anfivier Corn-Fed Pork Rib End
: ; or plendlnK In the omplnlnt., I
! Q on the Plaintiff'. Attorney Znrh H +
STOUAGK Doitvlait.. (IDS-HOT Lynch TtulldlnK LOIN ROAST
I ,.: Jai'kiinnvllI. Florida, nod file theorhelnni m. 49c
i 'In the office of the Clerkor
I .
: FACILITIES thf I'lrt-iilt' Court on or hefor the Centor CutPORK
j Nth day of May 1 1151, nrhrrwlm th
ittevntlimn of. mild Complaint will -
Agents For "M1r taken at r onfee l CHOPS
I "e< l by Y'U. 69c ,h latJ
This, notlptHhill be published. ib. h 33
DELCIIEKBROS. See first on each week fnr fnllr rnnnetMitlv BleachNATIONAL
us w-"k. In the Pradford C runty Tel Hickory SweetSLICED
8'r.I'h.roAt.
.
: eil, ly"t
m'" thlf eitth ilny of April. 1t 51
, (OFFICIAL Nr:.\1.1 .\ J Thames BACON
59
l Clerk if the Clr til' Court ,b. si belt .t ,

1
j -

f ATTENTION ATTENTIONIf Relax- '
i
Refresh BABY WEE
I TOBACCO
GROWERSLet You Have / / Yourself

Us Write{ Your PINE: OU CYPRESS with Tea! Raisin Bran or WheatCEREALS APRIL 28th MAY 5thGerber's


t I TIMBER TO SELL Yellow f MEATS Baby 2le 1 c
HAIL INSURANCE 1ts4.\ Label Tea- %-lb CU
Large or Small Tracts
Clapp's Strained Baby
LIPTON'S < .-. 33c 64 ( ,- FOODS 10c
I NOW Before You freed It We Buy All y : Jar

! Orange Pekoe I';;, Beechnut BabY
PAY Vj-Ib 7*
Every liranch of TOP PRICES 10-oz Pkg 1 '- CEREAL PH. 1 lEc

TETLEY'S 4-oz. 33c 64c Red Label 8-oz.

INSURANCEH. {Write{ or Call Karo BoL 22c Pablum!! Ph, 2c

Lb Sunshine Crackers.

I Krispy box 30c Chicken 'n' Cranberry Dinner
B. THOMAS TENDERLEAF WAXSEELTEA Karo Blue Label Green Swanson WholeSpring

C. WALL' AGENCY I LUMBER CO. Wax Paper Instant Syrup Coffee hot 21c bot I2-oz.23c Chicken wb' can 1.9

PLEASE PHONE 116 I PHONE: 211.J Nescafe jar 1.53: Ocean Spray

I". 0. Box 4-oz.31c 1b.60c I 30c Nabisco Crear- Sandwich-
733STAKKE. 100 FL RoU 17
Oreo
!.
Constant Service Over 50 Years FLA. pgr. 19c Cranberry Sauce

I .
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MAY4-1951.






S {, 1951 -_ -___ ________ ____ BRADFORD COUNTY TKLJKORAril ST.RKE.MIDI\. PAGE TIIRKBHP
--- ---- -- -- - --- ._ ____ u _._,
cake squares and chocolate cookIes -r
I ADDRESSES FL''.rnec BeiIwhose residence Is
with punch. Assisting' thoseladifti Unknown Slurs rl/' II T 20L"t '",n', InS" I. il ,,'C .t-.tA :

wore Mrs. Charles. )Hicks I OF INTERESTMrs. You ar- required tn appear on ? r I' I 6 1 'r""n : ;,':; '1V;' 'rl'J ='rt'Slu : : '
atr. 1. A
TO May 21. ln, in the above named L. I ; ( 4114 ,
Misses Sylvia May. Louise Adkins "r ) : I L fl I" 210 rt S
A tlnn'n .
I :
Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff I J.-' 4 I 111k 15 11. Hick. In:. t ,. Imtf 18 8 J' .I, F. Keller Agt., ', )
R e. 220 : "r'
C; ;
and Josephine Thomas. Kicid Fort seeks
t Walton scok* divorce, care, custody 1040ftof V.100Ftof 'm NE: '.r of
JI, C St'eeneyI Fla. and control of minor child Fed o ,: 1111k 17 Plat a run
.... Mrs L. H. Lambert of Mary- Bradford County Telegraph. shall Lots a, 41 of 1..k. U v Harrell\ 111,311 P 1 r.orrtN w 210 ft

I', "J'o rty land. Mrs. Fred Dodd of Keystone Mis. L. A. Suitor, Far Hills. publish this Order In next four' L'j\\. i 11/, 11. 1:1: r ;toy arr.] '.7' for: a nl o\ he't
: k thenrn >
T 'ml cv..nt was and Mrs. E. S. Sibley of Thercsait N. .1. weekly Witness Issues.mv hand and official Lora 5. A. 7. S .f B1k 1.. A. .rown T.n tl II HIS run fl 10 110 HO rt

I party,, com- were among the out of town I Ii seal at Starke Florida, this April I tlRn. "I'' .1 W 'lIbomy 116 Lilt S n.195 Hlk rt I 10 npl( .d 8.a 1 J F' K It'r.? A.I. I' :
hh'f;: : n"wllnli'Pltrk
1 20
givenIg 14th 1951.n.FFIr1,1T. 40 m".J'ft
: shower guests. In. fin-nit/ fniirt. II...,.....,. t..I". SKM.,1 A .T. ThemasAn Ntt',?f N'V ? A all are F. Thomas 1.11 Sip an tiee'lbpd .
In I he Com- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 I ,1'irliliii In < Ill.ne..ry. rirrk of enid. Court of .. .s of Hoed Uk 04.

ladies of the I Raleigh Brannen were Mr. and Joseph Arizona T.E MulU Miihley.) >y, Doronrtiint.Plaintiff V.. Trv lliiM'n Croaks" Pi-nntv Clerk" AU lid1 1"W', lit NW" N 1& 'I .0 GO R. R. Carlton 4.13 T"1r 400 II 6 .2 Nrle"n :II.",.. 4tInriAluul
4120 4t 5111In
Honoring: Mire Mrs. Gordon Wright and childrenof I (' 8388 Of' n.1 u 'I'' SO 140 L. a. 'Villi. Town of. {mrke. :2S 0 2:1:
,, NIP "I'"I! mil 109
... ale'otIve A
.r..r .. gHy
.. ,
"
Richard lieu
,1 .. I
'I' 'Mralt'Hurt
and Mr.
and llrnilfuril riinn"C.
Mire New-berry Mrs. H. of )11\\ '
( i l aprnr "'I' \11'1: .... ..1..11.\ 1'o' Flerhini, In 4 hnnierr.Rnoch II Ivly of lots a. 7. 0' elk 11 M... IV. T. Marshall 11504:;

C. Layfleld and family of Gaines Joseph I.: Unknown, T. Mobley whose residence n. Summersll. Plaintiff v.. AI 'r 1 :',, of I' PFt, t of 11. T 10 100 Co F. 1'1I.lg.tt 467 IC lllldn{ i'& Ex Iota I N a1. 1 1rt

casket ville. : Lillian Summerall Defendant. :-1'': '
arranjl.'eI'n I S .r hti
phlox Mrs. Archie Elland and L. D. You are required to appear on Case No. 8391Order All 111,. ot SIC'.. ot 18 'I 10 3 L. WQUam 1,95 Puqe.al 1abora. 211,21
May 11. 1951. In the above of I'liMlt-mlnn. TOt SIS: tor", 1.0'or '
named end Natlee of Ltd S 11.5 rt 01 W .
,
ml' the motif of I Ellanrt spent Sunday and Court and t .. .. 1 18 T 10 11 R. n. Cathon
)ia Monday I cause, wherein plaintiff e r Srt'i'sOF: 1'I.111111'pet 1.:1 .. 311 T..t S r ;
.
r e me large lace In Homosassa.' visiting the latter'a Leeks dlvoroA. Mrs. Lillian !Summerall whose re.el- : I.'t: CN4N of rd II 6 111 = Julia .. 0'6 tot loOt ie n .
cov'j Bradford County Telegraph shall I dente and address'I Is 108 S. Snmter Lo.I. J,. 8. 7. s. 21 13. Fryer 127 IIlk SO
? 'ntered | brother who has been quite publleh this Order In noxt four Street Sumter, Smith Carolina: 27. ::17. I8390. /1.. 8u"a I tt.bnra21214

kspur and American ill. weekly issues You are required. to appear on 42. 13. 45A, 41.! 50. 10, 7n rl "t tot 1 ot torI"., Ino

held glasscon- ,,, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. : and Witness my hnnil rind official May 21, 19B1 In the ahove named 61. (,2. U. 54. 85. 88. :I'1r '? 17'F. A. Z. .Atlklns. Jr. tI U
I",
May seal' at Starko, Florida this April Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 57. 59 60 61", 88. Lot r POlk !;

t- mints. i Mrs. Wilma Lambert spent Wednesday 17, 1951. seeks divorce; award nf childrenand Tots e1: 11'oodlnwn; ; 10 S 1\1\ 100 L. I.. Tthol..n la 70 ft' I II.Oerantxne. 3516
I 89 U
:"ii, tit
E award as high : of last week In Cedar (OHKIOIAT. A.!SR\I riorte nf A said J. 1 Thomas Court eunport County mnnev to Telejrraph defendantlaradrord shall I Lute i 1'0. 32.36.W1odlan'n 87. lv 11 8 jll 110 r.. 1.. 11hod..n 4115 Wfa ItN/ III T..I.rt of 1 tota 8. I I'I,

L Baby Hit Parade" I Keys and Friday In LaCrosse Pv llit\".-n 'r-...10.. Depiitv Clerk| ptiblleh this Order In next four k lv t1 1".1. 110. 1&; Ely 4, 0;tot Illk. s5 n."lt..1. 7007

a o. Young. In I where they visited friends and I Bates A t-owrv 14 W. University. weekly' Issues. E"n ..r'o..dln\\'n 1.01. 111 I :2 10 Oay F..hrod"r.. 88.49 I, I. I.
1'1 i Ave., Onlnesvlllo, Florida. Witness my hand and nfflclfll f1,... .1111\\'n 50. 8&. II of fth'ftN Ill tt" or TIIIUIOI.on 19"/

test, "Famous relatives. Atty" for rif. 420! 4t Bill sent at Ptarke, Florida this April Lolo ::1"" 40.( 'on.IIAwn 11 8 II to Qu" 'Frl..o 3113 N If fl ot HIlt all aseYteldei

r (a I Eiland and Iorth. [ Weekend guests of Mr. and Mr' 11th. 1051'OKFIflAI. 11' 10 L. \Y..kl.v.: a.u on l'lnary'a

i\\ ,' Sr. tied i 1 R. C. Gray were Mr. and Mrs Albert In dri'iiK/ lit C-nnrt.CI.niii-ir3 tlrnilforil.. C
j a small prize. Arnold and two children of Marclllne tr. KMIev, Plaintiff. v. TV Itn-on 'rn.h", Penutv Clerk I 11, I :, 2.1. 2f. 28. 10.In IV'by105ftNANbounded: .
Horace Kelley Defendant.Case. T. Prank Ptarke. Florida 11'0dl"w.
evoked by T.nndrum .n North
was
,t I Tampa. Mrs. Gray will\ spend No. 831(1Oritrp ( 5111 Lntx n 1& a fa 110 L. L. by ('nll Ht.I..
Attys, for Plf. 4150\ 4t "I ,' l. 2J 28. Rhod.'I, 25.78 W hy
irneir game several days In Tampa this week i.r 1'.II'nll..n.tI >...tli-<> '1'*> I 1 I ,: 37. liroadway :It. IS 8 U
11.1 Inbera19411
3,,II and :Mrs. :M.I returning Saturday. lm,inr a'I'PiR l)l"' Kl.ikllllik 'I'... LOO,; 1 j" 2: 3: :"II U. 11 5 22 X50 C. L. Jhn. J9.47 tarlee. Ina.Mn .
--- n. 15. A Wot Cron .t N\V Cnr nt
re -elved the prize ) Visiting the C. r. Wadsworth NOTICE 81.. k all Lots I..t 89. <1l..onlo1"0....\ 6wuv

Irawlng of 411. 12. (,3. Vtl A run N Ins ...: ..
a Mam-I family on Sunday were the following Nollin Is hereliy given that the following described Innil" will be sold W"'II"\\'II 64. In ft 911 ft S III ft ,

I i dress. Mrs. Sgt. and Mrs. Cecil Talbot nt' imhllr niirtlon on the 2Ath day nf :Mav. 1151. at 12 o'clock" noon at the Lots It. 14 In ll'ooA_ 18 a P3 till L. I.. 11".lpn 3184 E 9e. ft ,n rl'I 1f h5g 28 8 2 ., W. A. ileaa.nf Jr. 1190
MUB Louise Adkins ( 113' Hull\ In Nlnr".. Flu., tn pay the nmount due fur IUGO tuxes, herein lvoodlnwn' f.o, fit NW fur; of x,,
for and children Sgt and Mrs. Pow -..t t ''"pooh| I d,,, the name, together with nil costs of such its. lo .and a4S!nrtlslnif. < Lou YI I. 27. 28. 9S 18 II U 20 r..t..11ho.lpn 8,40 "I.II.t 1'arsnnge .
mention .
,rable> ell of Camp Stewart Ga. Charles ', 'o in:" iMriftr'OrUlnnl ,, 8&. till. 37. 3M. A U.. lot, A rllll N 7. rt
N'y
respectively. ..r 11 J Zip ft for .t
a
b .*.t, I..t 19 pt
lid Parker Madison Mr. and Mrs. J.I "..n.... .0. fl H. k 4&ail Lnte Leg then.. run N

Carious sketches were and children Mr. and Town l>f Xttlrke :SS ff 22: 8. 6.1.. F17. II; 4n.sa In HI rt 10 "Front Pt.
., Mrs. Gray andh C. Wynn T.nti B 7 nf Hlk 11 :lfr... W. T. Marshall 88.03 1Vundlnwn I hpn.'e N slung I Pt.
'.I Mrs. Alvin Wynn Mrs. Lettle Parker i R 21 HO Ft or note' Leta 32. 3:1.: 17 5 22 DOS I.. J.. Rhoden 4692 US ft t. I1lk 8 Ores'
,v. Horne 41.
| Mrs. J. i 1, 1 U 49 Tut'n thetic's.
I. nk, 19 KX e0. el W 14.1ft
Mr. and Mrs. rnr I. 52. :
Jacksonville I 1'1' 32 ] "no..nl Laboratories, 44.9B as. S3. S4 66; N .75 rt I. l't of
,. May. Buddy Wadaworth Bunnell and lnc. 84; ;,7'S0O., h et, 01. ilex 29 a U Mrs. lr.: K. hull 713
rated baskets ofe S 84 213 Ft ofV14 w'ootYlawn tot II.

ei held the many Miss Garnita Hutto Starke. of Lnt 4 N In Ft \\.1,0 I "r 1'1 33 18 II U 1811 I. r... lthollcn, 43,8& I.h15.slon. .1'ruhy R c.'o'.. ,,'n .r YIrS4. of SIV4: :I" .11 22
Those visiting the L. A. Wynns of TV 14 at Lot (4 I of I'.''v of Lou &
Rose satin Layette Lake were: ink 2(1( Punsenl Lahora- 53.5 N..i or Lot 40 1'u'RIV k lot 3 0' 1"lk 17 A

Mrs. C. C.heM on Hampton Sunday tortes' I no. ,\ ''''dl"wlI In1Vondixwn '" off .i.'t I 0\10 .1.........
.IIlI II by Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen and Lot A of nm 27 Ka ,. r", & In It 22 III 70 L. nho..n! M101NI.t 1".11 4 "li''k l N N. 4 1'111111' n721

a great number I daughter Marsha Kay Mrs. J. P. 1i Ft Hill farantinsiin 13.75 nf ,...t H 19 G 29 10 L. 1.. ]Hh..d'n 57111'noR5 r't.of Hik rrJ: Joa'' IIr".n 18 92
I 't&r Lots 1 I. 3. 5 .t In 311, ft A S hv
Hazen and daughter Ella Jane 25 eal Laboratories, 11.75 Lots 2. a w,'n4, 7 19 6 II 6 (,lito S'hmldt, 2.28 tie fl, I.J: a W In PIaTr : .
khnient!' committee Duncan and Inc. 13. 11. 8' A lIr l 1..1 >S> of IlIk
E.
of Ocala. Mrs. T. I ni FI of v 171 Ft' 21. P3. l3. IlL; I
,
11. I1..l11or Adklne &.80
ttternon, Mrs. Frank little Miss' Mary Ruth Hazen of of K HO Kt of Hlk|| 29 26\\'n U. In 11'0011E4 I Jo:1"'I.: Lol5 I I. 2 of HIk tt.I
i
Mrs Otto Hicks. Sr. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs L. J. "s F.iemlHil on En- I< PI' SW"f 10 G :2 JlO Ih I.. n"11 3132 : N hit rt nr
Lests decoratedThoroughly soy Map A. TV. Anderson. 217> ISJoJ'. 12 II D3 ii II"h"Ih O 1'\.I..e 452Martell .I'y: of .Ids >I> IInl11lo: l'rll Anstln. 6966
tiny Wynn Hampton. H :,In r.. of Lot I .r
Nlwellnnpnua .... ..... .. Tllk IT ,
.1' ert 2'1 H 23: :Mottle T..lle "rlmor 2II
Leaston were recent -
and Mrs. '
Mr. ('0'" Ion H of :NK for 1'.." .. .r 1.5atry. lot 2. Ilik 45 Nellie 1 Wlllhlms 3593
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. of 1 HKi/j of N-v| ... Reef .r llsllwey 23 II 2:1: I.ut 3. Illk 4. '. '1'. J,, Alolrrll".n 162
run W 210 Pt s in1 W 30 rt of
Lot
4 ,
of Keystone cr
Seth Kennedy -
Kt. K: run Kt. N 105 V'-- nlk 1 I.hl..o. 'o'. ...
s 'I'.h" A c. tAd In iii: II :I"1"1t
Heights. Fl to '. J. F, Keller, AII't 05 Silk A Ex Lot 1 Mamie 01'1"1... A.lmr. J5 TBlk /
'0"1 \1 I? for of SR'Vof 19 area. I.n..h: < (our Clothes :VIv A run s' 1015 c of Tllk 211 .'h.rll.. Bowe. 71.6 of 1'"II I ..rllJ'\? 1
1'1.V 210 Ft. for a IIRI'Ik 7 11"0 I" 1" mtng I R/ No I 1..1 bounded. on
I't ,,' Heir IhenoRrun [slug Lot II IIro: F': Young t.21 11' P. Ply. N
i Founds TV 210 Ft, H 10% Erx A. Grant 1.21 by hr", I\,11' .I"Ik 8A
BROOKERBy Ft 1: IO I N
1. 105 fI Iov I.t 7 or 1(1kI
Ft to Per J. Keller 4 99 'I'owa tnw'Sy. 1:511: .
F. Aat.O. .r n.liwsy I. 1 I. 'I' No t'e'a Add'
Com c1v'u4 a..on 2.1. :225. 2.1 II 2:1:
at Nn: Cor nf M
40c A I': hv (
t>r Lot 9 'h..y 1'1. 4 "rltnn ('h..I..ln ISO)
Carolyn Kelley of "SRIof NRM Lot 7. Ink ft M.... O. r. '.lvl..ton. .18
L & run TV 176 Ft for Lot 2 ""h-dl. or Lot 13 Same Crn.dick.l 2 SLot 4 I.",. 1. n. of Ilik 10 5Ulndv. II..rrlnglon 17.37
each If Desired I IStarke IL Pt of Ttfif thence ,43 ""m"r'' 2 54 I'7, 110 Tt of ,Ind 1 of1Ik
llrouker Baptismal services run TV no;; Ft. s I NW' nr Nlvl 4 ot. Will Lee 705 111" N 1II"'lh..w.

I IB Kt. K 60 Ft. N PW'4 P d B 22 Add "1\" is Ptnrke U 8 U Mrs. H. 1'. f fowling 6676
A joint baptism of Brooker Ins Ft to Pt of SE' ..t NW'4 "I' 10 F.Ilaq J. Ulnkln5. F..1. 451 W'4 of Ilk! 211 Nx I

Sardis and Lacrosse Baptist IIPR IT Little 4 44 \ ;" 211 I U Ids N or ltd I. 'UJ
0 One Lot 100 Kt K 5 Sly NE''I. or Silt' 10 John Alien 6 27of Per ftn rl N A W hv .
Churches was held near Worthington TV hv 105 Kt V to\\ I, B U 11111 rt N A N I'xi :
S hounded on N liv of \f W'4' of 15 //I Willi.I ('aln 12 nn sold
Springs Sunday afternoon PV1l 5E14 8 23 I
: !
: 10 Monk i: : 'k"t:\
Win fall Ht A w by of NI'' of Nlt'' c. C. Fmt 511 toPUtrke
'e Brooker had 26 candidates for llrondwny St. Punseal ahora-- 43.27 A nil N11'' lOr NIOI4' / 2. e 12 Cecil Mannlnc 100a

baptism. lories, Ino % '"'WI. W lOt 6 U Lot 10. Silk 29 P..k'. .
( Clothesor Com 2921 Kt R of NKror S \i'1: V NIrPA 23 .I. T. I'r..vun 10.01of Add, to Nh1rk. n I 12 r. n. lvllkls .58
our Sunday School attendance last .llroailway 4c $ t1'.nr"'i:; .

Sunday was the largest in 14 host Sis fir run A Nt5 or SI14 or 4''Ity' I I'5rk. "It S\'. d C". Add to Starke 2" II 2211ot0111k :
20cAutomatic N IFS Kt 1. R B2'4 Ft "sty or 1 S\\ I. 2. I U '
years! with 110 present. H' Ion Kt, TV5214 Ft That I"'rtlon of NWLj 7 Z T. I'rev..tt 8,01 t r.uu I. I.

Everyone Is cordially Invited to to I't of Tli-a- Clyde "'. Colson 10.71 or .Pw''y' Iving W of ? ErloB. ny.l" 77 19
Drier! Com nt Nf..rc; of State, lid ND. 200 1 A 1 1:4, or 1..1_. II or !
attend all services of the Church. Jl I .. 1t, '\. ? 17 of old 1 Stale lId Ilk A J. Fred Onl// 10,91
,
Lee! Galney Mr. and Mrs Royce Tot. run N 70 Ft H .\\If No. 11 Iv .1.. Ihlll I Lot a. 01..0 .In De.dilk
I of Ft. for a Pt of ;t. ,part hI' S quo rt of' 97 19 e u r.onM.t Orlrrrll 484hv
Gainey and Mrs. Abe Crosby liflf\ thence run 13 'f .. HWt. ot 'PW't. 'lyine. 1 lot AtlN"1; EA W
Ifasheteria Jacksonville were visiting datives 141 Ft to front St. !1 W "r "' 1..le 1M No> 1011 rt N A H InNW ,
lhr>nri S' along Rv f I 'I- 4. y..#' L.'.. ,ii'' I 1 r .. aue6a.5ua' : N.. 11 .j"'::" 'aC'S' c'or '

here Sunday SHR:: "Ft. to Hlk S ',1 ',,'t roj\- II rlnn".r,, lot: it A {...r') .it ,
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson has returned Orljr Town, .them-c piece, 4AII rt E It IVon tV 20 ft or I'i' orI.t ,
W 14(1( Ft N 275 Ft &N" ,snd. 7,11, ft 3 ''n N"": '(, fof
home after visiting her sister In to Pt of Heir. :M. IC. Hull Estal 4 54nrk N "R on \'Vv aide inN11 rerordedI"c.'I :
!: :
]Illinois.] .. nrY1ern 26 8 U i 'i Ilk II I'm
Slbwellnn5tm. >>. 2S O S3: .2 Jllm. A. Colllna 71,89 .
I f 91114N 151 2" d U Jr. f. a'I..r 40t--
II I :Mrs: Veda Palt and daughter I ..... I 0' Blk 1. Neat S'X ,;r"S ;; ,: I.ut a, Plrlrlte" IIrlllhl" ........

Jacksonville spent i \tBIf1w O, VLee:}, l.en W 1 lOt 1467" :'\ A4 EIf lI..l'llIt 29 6 12 n..lllnd M. Stuart 6 10; 1
Dorethea of Com Cor nf nr N\\\ of NW'4 of '
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. N. Madison' Myrtle, SE' 26 B U I.Inrnhl. CIt,. S'4 of s11y: *' ..I IIU 112 II 22Leta
"Ms A run TV 210 Jo'(. :0 I't..I"a' A Thann 95M1N1V

Q. Stokes. H 210 .'1. for a PI of > PF'4' tLl Pen I I. 2 .r 1111 3 1".1110 fll.rk. 814
of Mrs Howard Douglaswill 1'ey thence run TV 5 j1;otot"t: PW'lt: Lot I of ..lIk e loulxn Johnson 16 A:
I Friends 210 Ft, H 210!I Kt, n h or NWT I't Lots 2. 3 of Illk 4 IlafloNtarken 4'2
regreat to know that she Is 210 Ft, X 210 Kt. to 11'44 or sia.:orl NW',. 26 S 22 13 Unknown 414 lot O. 1111 0 W'n M'l.h' 2 ,9

Pt of HPB-, nONunnery. 740 o s1 A. 7. H. of j
111 in the Alachua County ., j 2S a:2 I 1''I'ikIb4.
seriously One Irnct of Land GAO \ E'4' of "PfLr4' ot NW'4 JI"h/lr,1 Whrllin. 2,66 I )llIllI Slark"" A 4
Hospital. ) Fl N & H l hv H8fl Kt or NS1' '. 25 5 In1. 1 I. 4. nlk I iI Loul Johnson 4 2
10 TV In "PR' of a Tho...". Powers 566 of
for NWI4 of ,"twh of I ( 0l ot SW Cur 'f'f.- .ro..
I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bigham and MK'i' of KKVt Tx! ""om .t .W. for NE'4 3. B 2 )0 o. O. f..l'lrorr 420 A run

family spent the weekend with Ilk!;:rho i T> 4Sre..1 \ of N W' ofk t.'e.\ ,: ; ftV w .
1'nHB Mrs A. M Mlxon 23 67CMr run'LN ISO ft }or 301 rt 'N Asa/ rt t. L
relatives In Jacksonville.Miss rot or her then.. a pt of beg 13 6 II 10'4 Coilln.blla Chamb.u r. iOI'
Jo Green spent the' I'ork. S i>, u .t r"dd. (0 !sinrke, "ee. 2Hv a 21I : J.J THO rt N50 run rt "I",, no rt J4 f.om NWour

weekend Mary with relatives in Palatka.Mr I \ i.f nn Silk Kt; 2 of lots i, z, Kiln, n lfvcl" 1A 07 pt W of 750 beg ft S 491 : to :'; ';: run NF'of I It ln ft --SI7

Malcolm Lewis Lot 9 of Tllk 3 It. f). Nunnery 7.40I S url!\ or ex Its 35 5 U 8 nart.) 1I1I"llIon 6.13 42.1. 1'1 Nail'' rt W
TT-: and Mrs. |I I Lot 4 of Illk 2 Tax rvrtlflcat (!Mrs. I 49 IIWIj FJ of IIv"PEI4 .f 120 ft t In nag 84 8 U 2 1'asen JI..ylll SAC
Sunday with her parents ] OPO. Pierce,) 1l'ti ..r NW' In e r'or"lh' M. nrlffla t 04 NW"I or N33. 3d d U 4n A." hunter aDAP
spent I I I of $ '
1':1, JI fl .
13 10 1 M. f..nouler ti 6n (, .r ..I' flWIoi 3 7 23 10 JlII"'y T..r.1I I IIIH"r"
Mr. and Mrs. Cook In Fernandma. j|III.." lln..-. "..ih-IH 'l.ln 2'1 II 23: N'I\V4' of I P11 .i. If. 40 John Je.hna"u I2.UU ICW"I "r "PFIl4:

Mrs. Dave Gainey of Palatka Is lots 8, 9, 10 of Tllk 2n Marian howling Long a.07I rf\\,141V4' I of eF of)iq PF',':) The .fFNW'I N :ISO: rt I Stint 4 7 U 6 Lydia Collins 171

spending this week with her parents I <; .kln, .. tddlll.en. OlnrkLoin :211 0 VI: Sty ME'or, Ihe U I 23 10 F1 g. T'Hry""n 111.71 1..II..n of N'4 of
I 2, 3 of Itlk SLots Mnurlcd' T-Mwnrcl, Jr. 134 fniiowlnr: ", ot NW I, W 0' .
:Mr.: and Mrs. Gent Stokes. All l sr. or NI-:' \Vfwlt 1 10 1 'I U 4
REMINGTO I, 2 of l-lk '13 Floyd OrppnMrs. 4 78 2nn ) ltd A..7. S'h.nk 1211
Green spent the I I tine; Acrp In. tnv cor of : Isxt6 III':'.. of NW''. 10 1 22 4Q lure.. Lt.. V. PtevenH1 16'5
Lizzie nr
Mrs.:: Nt'PS ..
Hlk 12l.lilKKMoiiTruliy .V. n. Rosier 188 All ''hilt '.....II..n .tvlorrlr..I't.
PORTAB week visiting relatives in A In NW Cur 18. 23 II Elmer Y. Van nl'lInt 40.20 $E'4'
A (.n'm A'.... 21t II S3Floyd: w. ';$r.j'it"'" of N\\I. : ; .., ltd IG 7 U II Anthony I.naarea.k 1.113 f
M... and Mrs. L. L. Lot 2, .13 .It H 9 Ft II 4 18 A 22 G .I...... F'. 'CI..n'ey' 4.84 I A no d5.rrlled II"n
TYPEWRITEROUR the dinner of Mr. DUkea'l of Lot 4 nf Illk 14 Ornpn 22 SI t'fI'r.r\1, or N1V'4 'teed, !ilk 8U, ny: 7 U 2 llcyrle bA I" :
guests
/ Lot 5 nf Illk 21 Jim TVallMUnknown (1 II r. 23 1 Clev.IAnd Hlln" 464 ..
..
V. V. Hazen In Starke III intersection of of Pia' '1
Frac'l., Lot 5 of Illk 2S ..65I.UInKslon.'rvilbr nom 711 y"y"
"
'Iale Rd. N.. 18
I :Mrs.: G. E. McCauley Willene Jt t...'.. ffiruDItluluTVH .. ::'1.i atAf : W-'I.hJ' tin. of NF14or c'.r 1411 Pea rl N 1'1'31"A rll"ft W FIStn : ,

I and Jennings McGauley were visit- of nik 29 K. Roberts 4 71 NW,I run W rtO rft rt H 2111 rt toItrIf _
,- II and Lot 2 of /Hlk HtS Kthot Lloyd 479 I run Northwest.erly 19 7 17 1 R. A Clara KII'e"' :1 IT
I'LW Green
Ing Mr. and Mrs. Roy BO Ft of Lot 4 ot. IIn rl fJ 110 rt Lot, 6 In Keceler's' Add I I I" 7.2 Mmmo Mien 420
family Sunday. l-lk 31 IdlIIlm"oOl' 421 run 1 Pow" h..a..I t.t 1/ f 6 U 1 U tllndys I. tlbarer 111
I is this One lot ao v it a hv no II'/t".r..t: ; : tr.h..g 17 8 ,38 2; Cisuds A. reran a 45 : :: unN llkal .. nlNV"
t, U 4i Mrs. N. C. Mott spending Ft N'* TV In SK 'or or $. i1'f' where

week with her daughter Mrs. Jack j of Lot 3 of Hilt 27 homer Adklns 1.08 :,r \ tl 17 6 U 5 Annie Ooo.Iwln 12.82 sold. 11 Mile Ilna H'. Miyx .. rtersarts
I Lot 2 R 2 Ft of 2 .In NF COI' of r-u \V sld.9 of
E Simmons In Mountock. Lot' 80' Hlk 16 !0114 tilde 5.11 of NFL{ (0' .11:'", lib slits, ltd n k run N ,,'
NEW | Mr. and Mrs. Junior Thomas Lot 2 .f elk H Sn111e, 'VlltI.e 911Idt I J JI. rt 01 Itv by 490. I ninny W .hi" of Its
I and Mrs. J. 3 Qr 1(1k5 1'. .1. Alderman .73 ft :l A N 11 If.11 8 Wm. Tyson Jr a 80SW' 1".4 rt tor.. Pt nrhrll'
were guests of Mr. :N; of NW.. of Ih"n..e run WIts

'EWRITERASY \V. Thomas Monday.Mr. Peek'sddSllnn. to 'Slnrke :2S .I 2:1: ,\ 11 II .1 Ayr I Cummings' 714 211iltftxNa310' /t
; Strandberg' 'i.ot 10 of IIlk 29 r. n. Wilkie 220 k 3-1 of 5W14 fit N'\V14 11 0 : I' LfoftO- pe11 ".... ,
: and Mrs C. C. Io'rllo'l. Hlk A James ii. lvaiker ..asI".ph..r..t I W e A or 5'" ot CWI4 Ff J tlO rt to n.1
I of Keystone Heights were guests ) II i II 1 ?. n. lawyer 2 AIHW" thence H 210 rt 10 ptof
:
: \
..h-lIh 1..I..n 211 II 2:1: I \\orn'\'I/t '.1 NF'y: of i,. 14 7 U ; t ;.a D. r" )f'"nkt'n.hlp 72.8'

; of Mrs. Mary Green Friday. I Lola 6. 8 or Plk H Nannle Orahant Saunders I 1675nnny I 11. II t 1y.101hy'M Jennie rail 1.811 All PI"'. fit "w\4 "r "
Mrs. E. M. Padgett and chil- Wty of N15y!) of $1844! n 0 10 Ge<1. Oatldwln. 4 pa 'II'W\4 Ihut II ell N of
,
visiting | \'rr. .."'.-lIlwl.I... 2t fI 22 I 1:4: or NEfL of 81-: Ott,, Its" la n 7 U 5 V. J. .".1. e-2
dren of High Springs are 1.0' 7. or S Ilk I H A. :II..nn..a I U I II..t Ib 2 AnN" ear II 1 11 11 .,....., rreU lI.n 111k ; ..I 581 i q
I relatives here this week. I '.,t 9 .r ntk .A Ih.rt A Nillolt TI.on I 155 '..m' .at KM Cor of 8eo .N MI W, .r !>tNW.'
'KENT 1 and childrenwere I 10 ..r 2 %v' ':. Havia. Jr I ea lit run w tos ft for al""WI.f ,.
Mrs. L. L. Parker | Lot :3of 111kk 3 Jr A. Mllnn.... 11'11'1I. A pt nf beg thence lit 'V\oIo\ .r NW'4 Ofi .
shopping in Gainesville Wednesday Lot. 4 of )ilk 3 t.Illle U." Weston I An run M 105 ItV 1811 IIW'4I", 3. T U \frs. larch Ung5rr, 299
fads 7. 6. 9. 10 nf Rlk 4 A Irr.I..rne.' 220 ft H 10ft ft B lOG ft All that portion of
LAN to pt of b.*ji IQ I M L*.tr rrevutt 31 >9Pr W' ot NWl4 of
Mr. and 3.lrs.11.1 Vickery ot CAne JnH'1 A '.m at MK 'or nf see ."N 4 10 n' KI// 2 a 21 a Tony 1'rumgo f z9NWV
Tax roliector City of Starks. FIn IIf NWt4 Ida 10
,
))9 In Payment Gainesville visited :Mr. and Mrs. r" nV of us ft for art A rights of ways' 11 A U In :r naYI.. 101
tiir fhnc run
NOTICE 514 or N07t4: II 8 n 40 S n1mFrank. 1I..b..r. 3" U
nee Monthly: Earl Green Sunday. v 1111 ft W ITO ft Sl Ouard.
Lewis and ft K: 110 ft to pt
Mrs. E. 3
Mr. and lIb SWof
Ott and Notice Is h.r.b given that the following dasrrlhxil lands will he soldnt of 10 t It LAA6or ..*lt 3333 All NW64 or Nfll4 U 1 U If Forma: lLlberget '
[ DETAILS family spent Sunday with Mr. nuhllo n".tloll on the Hist day of :May 1961 at Hl.rk.. the County ..r Com HO ft W' from tut; 6"f" Tnk n. :art. Uu..rd.I".a..ot 10. 2
Mrs R. K. Dukes of Dukes. Hra.lforil Hints nf FII>C'IoIA. to psjr the amount duo for taxes herein set KM, for of. "wi4! cfHW H ft as re.rnrA.d .
and Mrs. I opimslte to the same, ton"lher with all cost of such Pale and advertlslnirli >i run W II* In I'llIe Ilk 2.
Mrs. Bill Bigham n N SUftIluSit '
1 U Rosen
2 Gross
jjing cut new Type Robert Hiers made a business trip .......Ipl'.n' a. T. n. Arrro Ilwn.r TSIP.SK'i H Bo ft to pt of beg 21 t 33 Jaiephln lOllerson DH Tract I'mI ti'. Me. PI..ntf 61R

Plan, a small down 1'r..oDrd..... In
ill to Gainesville Monday.Mr. of NEV1 A EH of 5555y ....... "..hH l-lun :21 I 33, "Illt Ilk I 1'g3 12 I 2. 're,1 nodI 791
pot the world.d : and Mrs. Charles Rabbit 8E'iMVff 34 6, l* 120 American Tuna an,64 Tract 111 /arl V"II.k..t .
droves. Inc. Lot T. Ink t H. A. M..n..." 2 39I.t H'IJ' or NWh of
the were
All New and friends of Jacksonville of NWI'" ANTVH A RIR 3 Alherte'fyeon: 299IdI '4 II S 22 W. L. n..Ilock: .19
II-iato here Sunday. % : 10. 141k a Wm, I'av' a. Jr. 169 WHr.
your home visiting relatives of "HTVt, Lot S Zke.ld..
01.. a 11. A. Mens..a ISOLnt wrlnvt
lot I.

the Beulah Harrell were shopping In 3 AIn s.r SW'nl NF.F '
of .
balance
plus a AEV( 'or/of NEW\ It... gab-dIv 15 lOW!. Df ..r DE'i t .. .1:144 .f IIJl14! 4 A In /NW Cur ufiNF'4
log! charge. So Gainesville Thursday. I or SB NE"( 14 1 10 n J....,. Lee '....enhl1/ .7 tM. 6 :/2 : of NF'o\ u 9 U If Fred 8. hods It3?
why Mrs. B. H. Connely of Gainesville 5 of River 19 S 20 24 Ray Saw Mill Co. 1113 lot I. Blk. 19 Wllb..t lptgh.a 133 W 330 tt of I.1 770 ftnr
f e in and test type tils Mattle All Lot lots. 3. t. '''Ik I" Josephine .If... 118 N/a44 of : / It I U 10 airs. Piney' n. Dod .40Nt
\
Mrs. & AW'4of
was visiting Soy or W'4 10 0 10 110 nay Aaw Mill Co 3381 Lots I. 2. IlIk 14 Lennie, Flow.r. 111 About '} A In 'Corro'
:
UfJ tCMfar-uy Ibe AF.14 Nye of N01'4 of
.
Sowell
i.olearuresAmu.T : Saturday.Mrs. Wilson Green and :Mrs. Iota Town 11. of 1of,New ni.River' 39, Unknown 1 n (.......... .....-dl. ::11 I 2:1: ;: ;: of NW'4' ot U I II Herman Flowers UC.nW't

...llD&er FIned Jeanette Plnholster were visitingIn Sara. 29. 21H IS A 0 10 20 80 American Tuna '1.71 Lot 7. Mile I A. H. )toll.y I. ,",W"e fEN W't4 .
of $WS4 (ire''... Inc. I..t II or Itlk 1 Aaron tnll.y 131' .u n.1 160 rt fur a ptDr
Simplified: Ribbon Gainesville Sunday.Mr. .0 American Tune U.14 Ito5a Evane 959lot her th.ncrun Wa10
19 6 20 : Lot 4 of Hilt 1
Underwood EH of SE14 Orove. Inc. tt J. 11'0.. rt N356 ft JoJ
-AND and Mrs. Mitch I at ilk I 235
MOSEI itt of 10 American Turf 619Orovas Sot' 81 "r ilk 2 Mr. Mettle P.Oaha.an 159 lIb t.H 150 ft to pt
6 JO 8 allnnle Jon..
10 U t U so0
of : were Sunday guests > of Lot 11 .. of
bc aize lor faltat Mayo 8 4 Ina Let 12 of nJk I'n." .. 'Vh'le' I.U
.. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green. ot tat 19 fllir I alt.Mettle P. a.ha.an 929 Tract5. U. ot "'..mp_
a' All H.n U Ex NHIxits ofPik kin Patch
performaoceford rem at "lW rot
Mr. and Mrs Guy Pinholster, Jr. .. 6. e. *. Ex .40 American Tang 151.51 I N or It 2 Fa freed, Hk .4, j..d".J"U I II 87. J. I'r"'tn 1$1
IB to
1
ONLY OrFlCB and family of Jacksonville were 1 Pot of Lots 7, 8 It 0.0.... Jno. run N III It for On.. lot In lot 156
clasp In peed r'k 5pg /
t or Ih..nu
ITER IN PER.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson TV3'4 KT N'4 of NFL; : 60 h.f ftN/Oft run W n 'S I 12 Floren" n. nutaon 191ladle.

IUr l of NWk. Ex S\V 420 'Zuni 11018 en ft N 60 ft to ptof '.
Green Sunday. High of 8ESK' >. II 6 20 Amr.ca In.. b.. U S U RIta 1. >.,.,..n I U lleask 13.3. 5 22
of
Mrs. Luclle Gwynn 10." t I..t a. de.rrlbed In
40 Ellis Wilson
County Saturday afternoon : /, of SE'' 13 JO I read Brink 67, ps toy u I U Harac. C"Jb.rt 4 14or tae 6 Robert 5. Scott 24 tt
Springs spent All th.t po.tlnn of ('no at the Nt>! Cur tat lA C. E. Clem l7.a
I with Mrs. Mattie Sowell.] NW\\ or NWy of of 14W4 5 Lot 13. T.'I..n' Beach
8 at
4V of NowHlvpr :.'rt: Unit 1'1. 3. 37.34
Harrell] fir" run F. UO ft
Mr. and Mrs Malcolm 1 9 II 2 Unknown
iEGRAPH Iloarl that I for pt Df b... then 162J.
were business visitors In Jacksonville portion of NfcHc roan W 10 tt II 1011t&
"' 8 E of Scout: 19 S American' Tune 4341C F. 60 tI N 100 ftt .
T It. KELLY
... 5 131 ,
Tuesday. JNH J. It
8ea'1.
ltd.. .. U' U
Hula Hr',. ', Inr f' or bag Ta. ('?II.: tor' Il'dford,
tark fay of Lake Butler It(' W A.. "C NE'' of
spent Malett Saturday Hal afternoon with tit NW' S 7 20 10 Amerl'an, lue.TuneOi'jvex J NWI4 21 1 U n J. F Kabtr. At. 1040 .. County Florida.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGK\PH. 8TARKE, FLCXRH _____________________________________________ t'RjI)
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-f' Breakfast I MYF Elects Beta Sigma Luncheons: ( ,_
F 1 Circle May I..JI\'en
I" m Lawtey School Doris Knight
j For
I
: Will Be Event New OfficersMiss Will Observe ChuI, .'h, '
TIT i Host To County PTA i Has Hamburger FryI Founders Day Ftinct
Two '
Of Wednesday was elected PresIdent \ 'I
Pat Sleg
At Fine MeetingThunrlnv I The Doris Knight\ Circle of theI Methodist have be. t"_,
1 Church, met at the of the Senior I A banquet, celebrating Foundation .
First Baptist Horl '. Presidentof bers in 11'
I Mrs, Raeburn )( the First I
; of last weekin Fellowship at
to> .n/o an: /invitation fromA. home of Mrs Eldon Hardy, for a th.' Florida) Federation) of 'oman's Methodist Youth Church in Starke. Sunday I Day and the Initiation of the Moth' ", .

response delightful hamburger fry. There will be the guest of held at Keystone Inn Mis E ,
of the Law- Clubs 29. Other officers pledges, was 1
,
\prll
A Cook prln( ipal night.
and 3 visitors
[ were 25 members and principal speaker at the !guests \\. ,
ley school a countywide PTA meeting honor elected as follows: Ann C'easler.Vlce'rpsldent Monday evening by members of the ,
()W.'e : ,' t. the Starke ,
pr Brenkfstof FerrymanMrs. -
May
was held in Lawtey School annual Ann Johns, Sec. Beta Sigma Phi soiorlty. .
I'bun" 29 I The meeting was opened wittthe Woman's Club. The breakfast E s vCalnes I
Starke Brooker, Green Treasurer:
auditorium. the W. M. U will beheld retary; Judy The U-shaped table held several
repeating followed by the program MI
well group Chairman: (
F' .4 Hampton, and Heilbronn were Billy Weldon Publicity
watchword. A short business ses- Wednesday, May II, at 12 noon beautiful arrangements of yellow M. Richer, _
EMi Carpenter Bride of This Week I represented for thin Interestingand sion was presided over by the lead- for members and their guests. Florence 13I'own'ol'Community hlp Chair roses and candelabras of' burning Miss A.n \1 I
: Joan worthwhile meeting. Smith. a
"." --Mr.... T-._ -If-. KToClane._n_______ -Devotional- .- --- Mrs L. A. Canova, chairman of man; Tommy yellow taper guests Thm
of Parties I Hhort devotional was conduct- I Service Chairman; Phoebe Green I
For Series Lovely A of line Hildeibran new Devotional] music, will be in charge or the program World Chairman, and i Pledges that were initiated are: Struth, Mlk;, iv ,
j ed by Dr. W. Walters, pastor chairman had charge of the De-' The hostesses for this occasion Friendship Helen Malone, Janet Turner,I I Russell, M IJ, ,
aented with Towle Church who Rowe, Recreation Chair ,
from
a tray the Lawtey Methodist I several of Ex- Jimmy ,
whose votlonals, asxiated by will be members of the Margaret': Coram, Sarah Williams FlorenceV,
Joan Carpenter their host and hostess. used Ha his ubje<'t'"The Vine andI the members and Miss Patsy Ben- i' Board of the club and Eve Edwards. Blair
will i ecutlve man.The
marriage to Charles Myers Following the dinner, the Chas- I Branches". The discussion ton. I'| Tickets for the breakfast have'I newly elected officers will I
Saturday evening, Enjoying this delightful affair
bo an event of teens took their guests to the, pointed out the importance of be Installed by Rev. Thomas G
the
May B, at 7 o'clock in St. Mark's Spring Frolics at the U. of F. In school officials, teachers and patrons Mrs. Eldon Hardy hud chargeof been given dlstrltutlon to the members and of members Mitchell at the Sunday evening were 22 members of the sorority, Junior ClubThe
been the In the absence of board for
has the
Episcopal Church, Gainesville.Mrs. as branches of the 'truevine" program tickets for service, May 13 at 8 p. m. I along with their sponsor, Mrs. W.
inspiration for several delightful program leader, Mrs. O. L. Llnnln. desiring more Junloi iv
I
parties In the past week. Roy Turner was hostess at Partin of Bradford Mrs. S. F:. Sparks, gave a talk guests may secure them from Mrs. I B. Sewell and their director, Mrs. hold Its re-i,
C. S. principal
.
Herbert Ritch.ALVAREZ'
Thursday afternoon of last week a small Canasta party for the High School, pointed out some L concerning the beginning of the Ruth Frazier, fourth vice-pres OES MeetingA Monday ev!-r, ,

Mrs. W. H. Graham entertained at bride-elect< and ten fill her friends, the responsibilities of parents'ano.l \v. M. U. work and others on the dent.Woman's. I

a lovely kitchen shower at her Thursday afternoon, at the An- 'I[ teachers In cooperating their I program were, Mrs. J. D. Seymour -'i regulnr meeting of Starke

homo on Clark Street for the derson home on Cherry street. efforts for the development of the I j Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs J: Council Chapter 221 Orde- of Eastern I111I STORElen': q (,It)1hi11)
Star, will be held Monday May 7,
bride-elect. Assisting" tlie hostess Decorating the home for the occasion -I child In school. Jimmy Lawson and Mrs. D. L.Thomas. Met TuesdayThe lll'd Ib91,
was Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght. I> were numerous arrangements Meeting was closed with at 8:00: p. m. In the Chapter hall. I
ir H. P. Morgan county H"1001'| |I ..,. .
the afternoon, Mrs. Graham of Spring flowers In variegated prayer. Woman's Council of the essss.ss
F.r
During .
4 superintendent, commented on the if r C 2 r ; c r 2 ______..
4 passed a book among the 14 ,, colors. I small number of high/ school graduates I Hostesses for the meeting were: I First Christian Church held Its

I guests' In which each wrote their Tempting refreshments were In Bradford County as compared Mrs. Eldon! Hardy, Mrs. Vernon J' monthly social and business meet- 'ALL YOUR
1 favorite recipe. served at the card tables following -/ to the larger number of be. Silcox Mrs. J. W. Dodd Mrs. J.1 Ing Tuesday night at the home of g FAVORITE TRH

Mrs. Graham presented her several progressions of Canflsn. ginners entering. He stressed the I M. Vickers and Mrs. J. E. Hildcr- Mrs Leona English on Bay Street. '

truest of honor with an elaborately I need for parents being Interested, bran. I The meeting was opened with i 1. ARE
decorated kitchen garbage can B.I: The bride-elect was the recipientof In and participating in the school I Kcrloture" reading: bv the President A OVEN FRESH AND

I- a remembrance of the occasion. a piece of her chosen china program. Birthday Parties I l1.rAr": 1I0Ht' lowed by scntenee -<

from the hostess as a mementoof .
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. It. Slade, president of For HonoreesMrs. prayers.A
occaHlon. Young
the I delightful evening was spent BUDGET PRICED
1. R. Chasteen. Jr. entertained six the Starke I'TA, suggested the
Assisting Mrs. Turner In caring In making plans for the new .
members of the Carpenter-Myers Idea of an organized Bradford E. J. Dowling, Jr. entertained t ,
wedding party at a delightful din- Mrs.for her L guests, were her mother, County PTA and tenatlve plans at a birthday party Wednesday -i[| Chinch Church.and how to make it a better In A & P's Jane Parker'sArtfry ftj
J. Anderson and Mrs. G. P.
ner party at the Chnsteen's new 'were made for opening the way afternoon for her daughter, I
Wadsworth of Hampton. Before closing the meeting delicious -
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1 home on Cherry street. for such an organization next Janle Louise Bethea, who was celebrating refreshments were served ,..
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The dining table was overlaid Tuesday morning Miss Carpenter year. An Invitation for the groupto her eighth anniversary. : by the hostess Mr English. ; Custom"Corner J.\NK PARKER SPANISH
with hand rhrocheted cloth meet In the Heilbronn school '
a was with f\ ?f
complimented a delight-
i Twenty of Janie'a friends gathered -
and centered wit)? multi-colored fut party given at the State Farm early next sear was accepted.At in the yard for games and I ..:r u BAR CAKE

ii sweet peas and Queen Ann's lace by Mrs.! J. G. Caldwell. Mrs. W. the clorfe of the program several refreshments, during which favors' Altar Society ,i 3

t If In a low bowl. Flanking the centerpiece O. Strlngfellow and Mrs. J. G. musical numbers Including I can you -, _
Installs OfficersThe
candelabras of bubble gum and lollypops were accurate i f if* rr f r-r r r r r* r > > ,.
were two Godwin assisted by Misses Melba piano, accordion, and vocal. were' distributed. The refreshment How J\NE I'AKKKIl: GOLDEN

with burning white candles. AI Strlngfellow and June Caldwell. presented by Mary Julia Futch, Jo also set up in the yard table'l regular monthly meeting of bo'r nuacturinltIn
other points of Interest In the home "
i were bowls of nasturtiums and The Godwin home was the love- Anne and Ruth Lee, De Lynne centerpiece of yellow and peach the Altar Society of St. Edward's some [ r iTlst.ance, ( LOAF CAKE

,' 'I panslea. ly netting for this affair. A pro- Crews, Gayle Moore, Wendell and gladioli and at one end was a Catholic Church was held In the businesses, to anow for a ;_. 31
) .Scr" M "
,; The honored guests were pre fUHlon of early summer blossoms, David. Kelly David Browning beautiful birthday cake iced in I recreation hall, Tuesday evening at they have 'n of error i : _*n. .. '. 'T ts i)r ,

with pastel shades predominating Terry Futch. and Edward Massey. pink and blue.Assisting I 8:00: o'clock with Father Neuhaus \ltght marg1 .t comes toBut. ,: '...; '! ..::'. ,,, .:A; '. ._.;::''-.,
!, enhanced the beauty of the During the social hour a delicious leading the ;
Mrs. Dowling In serving I prayers. : >>er's 1>b'ii! t
party rooms. The piece de resistance salad course was served.; her daughter's little guests New officers were Installed and weightlll1 vphfT b8 Jalle 1addiflq \

of the decorations In the living were her mother, Mrs. R. H. Brew- corsages were presented to the retiring chase or ? ecL towe ,\ GF.L
room was a tall arrangementof officers and new officers. It aren t A&P.
Baptist Circles ton, and Mrs. Tony Stevens. srate" at
specimen pink and white snapdragons was agreed to disband for the "almost k1l01l1 FOOD

and larkspur on a low Hold MeetingsThe Mrs Ed Prevatt used a pastel I summer months. The next meetingwill skilled lerlcs full \

.. table before the fireplace. It was color motif In her decorations and i i be held In September Our they 'l>> 't illB you. and BAR
balanced by advantageously placed Women's Missionary Societyof that ,easuTS. LS,." '
t refreshments when she entertained Plans were dfscussed for a dance Ii-
and reflected bowls of other exquisite the Baptist Church held their _t a lovely birthday party Saturday -j to be heM! In the Recreation Hall, 'weight, t ; correct ftrtCC.Th4t nor. EIr.
charge ;;;; can
flowers.Refreshments. monthly circle meetings Tuesday WS
afternoon for her three year:; May 26. Mrs. Margaret Dean gavea tS '! 11 on
were served buffet afternoon. old son, Stephen. | report of the recent. Deanery prtCS lainlll
style from the handsomely appointed The Dora Alderman Circle met Games, led by Stephen's cousins,; meeting In Garasota, ,nar" Ole el[ as on'I

dining room table. Over at the home of Mrs. L. N. Pickering Jacquelin Jarrell and Jacquelin No mass ,will be held at Key- ever1l item''Mister 'C

k4 The People of America laid with an Italian cutwork clothIt with ten members present.Mrs. Prevatt, were played In the Pre-'I' stone Heights May 13, 20. or 27. 11 our CftSh 1 the men '

was centered with a silver bowl George Flynn, leader, presided vatt's yard on W. Madison street.!, You WIll hi ).tP main- '

L-Q-V'E of white gladioli interspersedwith over the meeting and devotionswere Favors of balloons were given to I Mrs. Thornquest and wotneef1earned repu. 2 -

dainty blossoms and lacy led by Mrs. E. C. Priest. the 32 youngsters. A beautiful'' tain thelor accuracy b Jane

fern. The compotes that held nuts The[ program was in charge of white cake, embossed with pink Hostess to WCTUMrs. taUon report.ing an' Parker SugaredDONUTS

The HOT DOGWe and mints were of sllver..as were Mrs. F B. Beard, with all members and blue- flowers and ice cream I I t be in erro'
the trays on which the decorative > taking part. The topic was molded in shapes of trains were' Jennie Thornquest was f ig d doz.2:

sandwiches were placed. Corsages 'Women UndergIrding the Spreadof served during the afternoon.Mrs. hostess to the local WCTU last 1'1ease ,, r1te. IONS ,

cater to Americans by of gweetpeag were presented to the Gospel". W. W. Packham Stephen'sgrandmother Friday afternoon. The meeting was CUSTOMER REt.AT MarvelVhlt- Ilrea A''A

serving the famous HOTDOG the honoree and to her mother. A delicious salad
j_ with all the trim Mrs Junius Smith, and as a served by the hostess during the ford, presented and arranged the, Avery, after which Miss Edna ,

t_ memento of the occasion the social hour flowers for the party, while Ste- Noegel brought a unique" expositionof awSS'HOMESTYLE: 2 V

1[ mings.T bride-to-be also] received a piece The June meeting will be held at phen's sister, Mrs., Audrey Lennon, the 23rd Psalm. It was decidedto 4..., ,_.'- ,- ., ,,..-
of her selected china from her the home of Mrs. F. B. Beard at I assisted In serving the little guests. hold the next District Meetingin Jane Parker FreshWEINER
T Y hostesses. Kingsley Lake. I Starke In April 1952. 'I\---\ ,

The guest list Included Mrs. J The Ida Darby Circle met at the Little Jim Tom Moore celebrated -'' Mrs. Ellen Law, school chairmanof

R. Chasteen, Jr.. Mrs. Bobble Educational Building with 21 I his fifth birthday anniversary the essay contest, handed In i ROLLS -11
Turner, Misses Doris Moncrlef members present Hostesses were Saturday afternoon when his several entries. TheRe will be LETTUCE 4s head 19c

'The Angel'with Peggy! Caldwell] Dottle Sue Biggs Mrs. J. W. Parker and Mrs. Dave mother, Mrs. James Moore assisted Judged and graded by a special 1 ,

and Carolyn Hamilton of Gainesville Paulk. by Mrs. H. C. Brown, gave a committee and awards made at Pascal Crisp LargeCELERY,3s 1 1T1

Mrs. Tommie Ritch of Jacksonville The circle members were given party for him at St. Mark's Par the closing exercises of BUS.

CIIIU Mrs. Tom Casey of Law an opportunity to learn about the iah House. : After adjournment the members stalk lOc

and Toasted Cheese tey, Mrs Clifton Brown. Mrs. H, Girl's Auxiliary. The meeting The refreshment table was centered were invited to the home of : -

M. Rlchnrde Mrs. E. L. Matthews opened with the singing of the with a cowboy cake and Mrs. Gertrude Garland, co-hostess, '

Mrs. George Patton Mrs. W. H O. A. Hymn "We've A Story to tempting refreshments were served:, where refreshments were served Fresh StrlnglemBEANS,21bs. ,..i...

25c Graham Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs Tell To The Nations". Mrs. J. R. to the 12 youngsters. Favors of 1, Hostesses at the May meeting In

J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. S. T. Dell of Chasteen Jr. having been a former pull-snaps and hats were given to the Tabernacle will be Mesdames 25cNew

Gainesville Mrs. L. F. Chapmanand member of the auxiliary gave an the little guests. I I Goodman, Grady and Johnson. .
Mrs. R. P. McLendon. and Instructive talk Games wer played during the
Interesting ; White of Red
'I Plain 15cCENTRAL about the work of the G. A. 's. afternoon and prizes were awardedto ,I Ladies Auxiliary

i Card Party PlannedAt Mrs. I.. D. Haines, program Richard Fowler, Joe Gardner, '

o Lion's DenThe chairman gave the devotional followed Phil Chase and Chuck Shepherd. Met ThursdayThe POTATOES,5Ibs. 23c FRYERS Ib. 55

with prayer by Mrs. H. L. -
Is Brownlee. The article "One Mis Wesleyan Guild Ladies Auxiliary of the- SuuklHt JuicyLEMONS ,
Lioness Club planning a Presbyterian Church met Thursday
card party for Tuesday evening sionary's Memories" was given by Holds ElectionsMrs. afternoon of last week at the homeof Aligned SlicedBACON
Mrs. Lex Green. Mrs. W. L. Andrews I 6 for
the Lion's Ige 13c
o'clock at
May 8, at 8 short MI's. C. C. Wynn. There were -
leader, presided over a ,
Hazel Ib.
Creasler
was reelected -
nine members and four visitor -
Den.Tickets business session. Offering was $27, -
DRIVE ''IN may be procured from served by President of the Wesleyan present.Mrs. Fresh Large GreenCUCUMBERS ,
Refreshments were
V I the committee In charge: Mrs, Service Guild of the First Method- B. C. Holtzeudorf, president Super
the social Right Thin
Sliced
, the hostesses during
Katie Wainwright Mrs. Lillian 1st Church in Starke on Monday over a short business -
presided
301 2 lbs. -ISc 1 '
U.
S.
Temple Ave. Bishop, and Mrs. Elizabeth Noegel hour evening, April 30 at the annual : meeting. Mrs. W. C. Ward led BACON, Sunnyfield, Ib. 5

served durIng election of officers. Other officers I the devotions.On .
Starke, Fla. Refreshments will be
In- Mrs. White HonoredAt elected were: Mrs. Clarli Fresh Green
the evening. The public Is the program was
Mrs. Melba Partln. Vice-Presl- Leaman retired from POLLOCK Fillets lb.2
vited. Birthday Dinner a Missionary
S dent; Mrs. Lillian Bridges, Record- India, who gave an interesting CABBAGE lb. 4c ,
4 Ing Secretary; Mrs. Nelson Green,
and
George C. White of Tallahassee talk on the customs religion
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entertained at a lovely family Promotion Secretary; Miss Oleeta of the India people. S LBS.:

birthday dinner Saturday eveningat Green, Treasurer; Mrs. Ethel During the social hour, the hostess Ocean PERCH, Fillets, lb.Z
Inn honoring his mother Sewtll Spiritual Life Chairman; served delicious refreshments.
Avery Mrs. Eva Blair, dexo Shortening1.07
Education
Missionary
COLONIALFLORIST Mrs. JV.. White who was celebrating -I Ready To KatPICNIC
Chairman: Mra. Elizabeth
her 89th birthday anniver- Music Week
Nasworthy, Christian Social Relations i

sary.An Imported lace cloth overlaid'I and Local Church Activities To Be Observed luna IMaln or Self-Rising HAMS, ft.41Smoked
1 Chairman; Miss Madge Whig-
the dinner table which was centered -
with a beautiful arrangementof I ham. Recreation and Supply Work National] Music Week will be celebrated FLOUR 5 Ibs. Super. Right

sweet peas donated by F, A. Chairman; Mrs. Agnes Job-'' by the Starke Musical 37c BACON lb. s:
Membership Chairman; Miss at a Family Night program pre- -
dinner servicewas
Wired shaded
"Flowers Anywhere"fff Scott. Pastel
i Audrey Newman. Status of Worn- sented Thursday evening. May 10, Sultanu
used In serving the guests. I
| _Chairman Miss Ruby Green, at the Methodist Education Build-
I"n ; t
Mrs. White was presented with !I Ivory
a beautiful birthday cake with 16\ Publicity Chairman; Mrs. Thomas ing. Songs by Stephen Foster will Fruit Cocktail No. l-24n Soap, per. bar -
G. Mitchell Coordinator.The featured.
be
4' 4L5.p i) tiny candles following the dinner. I study program at the guild'meeting I l Sparkle! AMortnl Flavor Ivory Soap, med. bar .J
CircleThe
was led by Mra. Titus Woodman

An fr' For \VSCS Notice Olson and Miss Madge Whlgham. Ivory Soap Ige. bar .. j'1:
f I Mrs. Ha..ei Cressler and Mrs. Thomas I regular meeting of the Gelatin 3 for 19c' ,
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Circle members of the Methodist G. Mitchell were hostesses. It Woodman's Circle will be held in -
Lava
'c ... WSCS will meet Monday, May 7 at was announced that Starke will the WOW Hall Tuesday evening at Unit*. House Soap reer. bar J

Ideal t Mothers 3:30: o'clock for their social pro-I be the host church for the Gain- 8 o'clock. 31
: ; v grams. esville District Guild meeting on All members are urged to attendas Dreft for Dishes JSPJC

Circle One will\ meet at the homeof Sunday afternoon. May 6, at plans will be made for the Con MILKtallcansea.-1 13c ;

J.'l Airs. E. S. Matthews on Walnut 2:30: p. m.Farewell. vention May 18-19 in Jackson N' Span. Mb. pkg.jj 2

Gift \' ,,' Day !'I! street; Circle Two, at the home of vllle. lona SlicedPeachesNo.21
/. ,- Mrs. \V. H. Nollman on Madison Hostesses for the evening will br br.13
Camay bh.
\ .' 'J' street; and Circle Three at the Party Mrs. R J. Dowling Jr. and Mrs. Toilet Soap,
/ ,
'-" ., ::. 1/ Call home street.of Mrs. C. K. Hayes on W. For Mrs. McMillan J. P. Tomlinson. / en. 32c Blu-Whit", Flake 9


I The Kingsley Lake home of tb j s
ALL KINDS OF Libbys Potted All price\ shown here fUclu.il'>* thIt..m. -
St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe F. B. Beards was the scene ot.. Meat 17C ;:'
We have a complete assortment of 'delightful farewell party Monday: not subject to rolling, ) .oarant IJ

Blooming Totted Plants, Corsages, Women' Auxiliary of St. evening honoring Mra. Merrill Me-.' UPHOLSTERYWORK Libbys Beef Stew .' Thursday. May 3rd through \\'edI.' f' )
53C
Dish Gardens; and always the Finestin !' Marks Episcopal church will\ havea Millan who left Wednesday for 9th.
spend the day party at the Augusta, Ga. to join her husband -
Cut Flowers. Pariah House Tuesday May 8, at who recently accepted a position Libbys Vienna Sausage 23c

0:00: a. m. to recondition furnlure. with the duPont company at the Expert Craftsmen A & P Food Store

Phone/ 218 new H-bomb development.The Best Materials Used Libbys Corned Beef Hash 42c
Anyone having discarded furnl- twenty-two members of the

turo. scraps of drapery or cushion Florida Improvement Commission Chas. C. Shepherd Sweetheart The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea C.

NONA STREET; CYNTHIA SCIIMITT material please] bring to the Parish personnel at Camp Blanding. where Soap, reg. bar 13c Kmtlrr Cmmtrwtm C...rrl.l". <1' '

House that day or before. Bring Mrs. McMillan was employed Radio T.V. Seat Covers 300 East Call St.
sandwiches or covered dish for gathered around the outdoor barbecue I Duz Soap Powder .
W. Call
307 Starke 31c STARKE FLA.
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IBM \DFORD COUNTY TEl.FGKAril STAR RE:, rUlIun.\
PACK: FIVE
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Mr, .mi,/! MII, H K Davis and :Vi,1. I R Kite returned home :Mr .,Diet, :Mis E C WilliatiiH" ,..1, ,.'t. I rt,. let, ,l.. I \\1.." Apnmr s'l',Tet OF KI.OIIIIII Tat .11'. d 11,? i I I.. ,in ,
family lnw 'is their guests Ihwef'k. ,- Sa't"t 01.1ltI'r. a week's confine- hale< .'i- iht'ir! house guests their .1 ".. .. ?..,. i""ul".iff. ,,,. .0 \I. ,", ',' \> III" I" M ll".x. I Kill, III I' I'. i .in.l, I S u I i i -u I
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:Mis, i.l I < i ii r \.n l I. --i. ,nI I r.1(0 I ,. \ IIi i "pool! ,d 'I.. |.:,:.|" :", v :, I Inun'N
I>a\ls' mother. Mr' in.,'it! in ,the Aladuia Hospital. nit :Mi >. Walter Beaver alllInfo I id'i iiijf-t, T.. .1 i wlrt.iw. ln. ,", ,i.. M I'lu. > i "ii. i.nii..i' |' i.. appear on ,III "h,10 I ,1 NI" .IS.. I Ias
I... It nniiitiiiK; 1 .k'r nil h..i hn...lmml K I n : I.JU' I" : ; ,
iii I <| her sister. MrsJ Sir, and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee l,," xi InnfR1nte' r Park I Manfck.r I ..' Hh 1 1'I.I I.' mimed fnlloxs
:Mm f'/iirt.t Cnrlfr ant h. r I hii-. 1 in, l ,nn.l iimmthttll plaintiff .Vrtiri.nl.' Nil 24.
.1 Toll u i>it and daughter. Donna had as their Sunday guests Mr. :Mnnii :Mrs George C Whiteof i.iiqil. Flunk" Oaitfr" 'ICnumi Hlchm.', *...!(.< .luiiu, .*', H.nfi-iil, / uuuliabl r.- Y...,i' of lioumnro un.. 1 I. \ I' I I'essrln 1
'if (ni.ul.-i..n S. C.. and her and Mrs J. M. Stith and Mri. C. T..llahIUo."re.. (guests last ... widow' and T. William*. /n wMi.r lI.r1I.I.lr..1 |) nf Prou.'itv, \\ ,, .
> are defendants. Unit I I ,
brother tlm lamia c.iuntt TiJ.'iiriiph nhnll .f HWVl Hi.4.. T -
Pf '
THE NEWS Wllford Gooding of S Bradley and Mrs Ethel Uracey Satin IIIIand| Sunday in the .liixolvml In mild' milt In'l.olK I'"I.II-h I Ills ilulcr in next four t\\i: \ A.r.e.
IN Scott Air B'leld Bullevllle 111. of Deland and Miss Marjorie homes o'f Mrs. G. "'. Alderman and 4. S, a t. T, ft., ii. in 11 : 12. \\ ...k 1\ 1I IMMIIOA S.."',.* In which auto fs. 01 l .\ l
It null, II of Bin, k lo of I.ixinK- I N'ttii.a tuv hand tied. official. seal. .I"I l Brown
Mr I
mill I Mrs .
li. A. Montieth Stith Mr JV 1Yhhe.'Never .
-- of and Mrs. Carol Surcey olThomasvllle sum. "la.I,. ,
Trnbv Company', Ail.ll- 5.5 1.,1".1. nun aloe 3'd. All .if sold 1 1 property i 1..1 liu
. : Folkston. KUHtls will .spend Sunday visiting Ga. The Brownleesand av I won't do it." is thendvlo I tlon I., the Town of Htnrkr, In I tart! Cminly of Mmdfunl atxt', .f I' i
of Winter Mrs. J. D. Roddenberry of Mr. and. Mrs W given I Mrs. E. Freeman section 20, II South (OFFICIAL SBVH 1. .T dll.
H.
n lev < Graham and their guests all attended the bv n..n II". 32 Tt'.hl\\I..to In An l'terk of .."I Thoma.'j< I'nl"." e,1rh rrrtltleal' ,
_- her mother-If- Ga spent Thursday of last :Mr and. Mrs G. J. MeGrlff Jr. Baptist Homecoming Sunday. of \\' '''l11lng who is now vlnltlng I i Bradford County Flnrldn, ; ny llnvi'n Cronliv. t> flatus Hltall h. red. .?t In,. ilInjr I 1 1 R
Iley.'I'dnea- week with Mrs. J. M. Vickers. Mrs .1. F. Williams of Wewa- Miss Dolores lcI<:nlght. daughter her (daughter Mr t. J. Allen. Mra.Freeman Shut. the nature nf until. milt and the ,I'liii- I It.! II.-s a"I.i., ,. '.. to, law the proper. .1 b .d I
IKillillnir' ,
1 I I" la. km.in ill Kl.illu, In such ciTtlfleatu. or I'f S I ,I
fsw'' "* .of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood! and hltchka spent the weekend l with of Mr. and Mrs.' Kuatls: Me- made the trip by plane "rrllvr M.tiKht ,In to ituMI"li. quiet| Atl I> rr, Plf f, | u 6IJ8Ml will I" sold. to the high' I I.. 'It.
-J of Jack- sons of Zephyrhills\ were weekend her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. Knight, and a student at Florida- after saying she would never ride and i-onfum plalnllffii Illlw to said .,' I .At the run Ft house door .n, 'h,. f .i,
f arling Illlulu 1'11'11; 0 ,
I n* nu lno>ft>ili Hilo foe Hlmpln, 11'1'11't'1'loFlllt I Mondav In month or .f"n .
:W, Sunday evening guests! of Sir. and Mrs George and Mrs. J. 1\[. Hembrce. Mrs. Southern has been elected Public: in a plane. But now .she !III en- tltlp thereto and l to onnoel nn oloinl '1'11 III ":IIII.IIIKi' n lllch IH ,the 4 .day" of .1.Inn, I
r.s* and daugh- Flynn. Williams also spent a few days Relations Chairman of Alpha Omnliron thuIliilntlfrnlil title nil right Hill S... isn't: I, Muted.Slits 2Hih tiny| of AnA | I I .
law IIII". (rln"n In.e"OMI and ll.. of N'oTiri: i is:< nritri-v: ;: \ i I11IhNI; .f Thi.iimrf
n nnl.l I I ,
tr1w' Maxle Carter. Sirs. Bertha Pearce entertainedthe this week with her other daughterand PI Sorority should become airminded.ADDRESSES. defendants and each ,>f them and' l'arl 1 lii.w, ii l h,. h ,l.t,. ,i or I th.. followlim 'I.Mk of i'lr." nit i .' tt
: ,, will be proud to Canasta Club Tuesday evening : family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.1 Mr. and Sirs. C. \\'. Morgan of 1 You| end each, ot ''"" at'.. herbs'required rr, I f..i HI.:.1 I n..I i 1I, ,.., .i i i?01 i, MiilOnrtlfloal'.M I I llru.lfi.rd rmurFa' I I .I
l I" (Ho nn ni>|Miiriiiiiin I i,1 t l i I. I* "i4, 41 "5
_'IIGf'I'rlm., Bring u" your and also had as her guests, Cooper In Jacksonville Dajtona and Jacksonville were cold Court unit cause on Mnv" 2'

i 1oilnff| and prlvit !Mrs. Jeanette Young and Sirs. Mrs. C. H Nasworthv Mrs W. Sunday guests of :Mr.! and Sirs. R. after,t.l l inni to file, and wllliln. SO days. ih-r' ... ... -I'IIlI' GIll.
t t Photo and Jewelry. Flo Fredrlckson of Keystone: H. Hart Mrs {V. N. North Mrs J. Davis. OF INTERESTMrs Inir 'lo the .nw1nlnt your| l answer In Ihn.r pl.-ml-offe$ : - - -- {' .

,' L Alvarez and Height Kale Shepherd and, Mr. Merle Mr and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, and O B. Thompson change "C the ii.n.I".alll"n..1.. Clerk "r said AS VITAL as anymjrrc t

\\d'. r, A,11' Sunday guests: Mr. and Mrs K J. Dowling Jr. 1 j 1 NOI'mllll,1..111',1 the ROMe Festival son. Mike, moved to Green Cove from Fayetteville! N. C to Raiford. P Court I.ark! anti V 1! rv...n whi cnpv'"e ihor..r ml.lr..H. ."i ii, nt written down by

i and Mrs. Alva and, children spent Sunday In I|. at Thomnsvillo, Ga. Mat: Friday.Mr. Springs last week and are livingat K \V Witt change from Jacksonville .{' e, )Knrldn,.,.the,; ,nti, I,:rn.y rI., r 1 I .vour doctor is the skill with
t.in nod Mrs. V. S. St. John flew the Naval Base where Lyle Is to Box &32. North LJma ,Iplnlntiff: fllhpr. Ml ullo'.IIII..n.
f Jacksonville\ Owen Hlnegvllle Ga. at a family reunion. 1 "f until i-umptiUnt. nil! l be tai, n i which a prescription is filled.
f' Register of The occasion was also the 79th over to Craig Field Jacksonville I In service Mrs. Anderson and Ohio copfuMBoil" l h v you You '.
N. :J. I Sunday, : to attend the Air Show. :Mike, spent Monday and Tuesday, Juries Reddish 706 Myron St. I Aerlof.. riirthr fir".-,.,..1 | till', < t ran liriiitf your proscription ) -
Mrs. birthday anniversary of Mrs
,md Nntl
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E7 M I Mrll'.Ialll..11 Pnlilli'iitlon iiiul' I. 1t' to us lint! be assured thatit
Jan Rhetta and Dowling'g grandmother Mrs. S. B. Drew and son, Mike, visiting the' Sam Andersons.Mrs. Valilcmtn. Ga. pear. he iml.llHhPil ..n...- ",,li n,' .:." i is
eS Brewton. 1 visited Mrs. Drew's parents Mr R. A. Colson Mrs F. F. Mm C. M. Schneider Jr. (formerly for four Hticrpifiilvp n'.. ki tn Hut comptnmdotl accurately
.1t J' and, Mrs \Vhouic. In Lyons. Ga Flume and Mrs O. B. Colson spent. Miss Io'rl'ddleVimbel'lyl.). Brajljoril. County T<-.-l"Hinili" | dm;> by a tilu] Iifit'tl l. )ropisten'tl
newepe per.I
last week Monday In Gainesville. Ctiau Sabina Zlmapan, lldq, Mex \ Itnciot mv: hand and .ft ,it t .1 i pharmacist who uses\ only
Termite Control Mr and Mm., George C. White Chief R. J. Andrews of Green I ico. of county. milrl Florida,'..n.1 nt" tulip I'Iln'I.,ailih. Hdlnl.lnv, !( I the highest quality drug
< 7f V
Household Pest Control or Tallaha.s-.pp. spent I last, Saturday Cove' Springs and sister Mrs. Horace Overcash 1\IoorlPI11. April, A. D) llfll.
You what the
Rat Control at the homes of Mrs. O. \V.AI..rmoll O. Dan.sby and son. Mickey N. c A .T. Thomas, .,A get exactly
R'j I I'lork, of .. doctor orders.CARPENTER'S .
I'lr.'iill I. .l
r Shrubbery Spraying and Mrs J. W. White. Starke will spend, the 1 Mrs. N. N. :Norton: Box 791. llra.lfnr.l Coiinly' VI'1.r i 'dalOfrirlnl : .r

Tree Pruning Mr and Mrs T. Q. Griffin and In Ozark Ala visiting their \ San Luis Obispo Calif. I 14..1))
llr.llln' V
Tree Surgery Mm Carrie Hitch had as their, ents, Mr. and Mrs. "'. M. Andrews Ffe Jaa. W. Lee AF-14333-105. .cute, Florida hilghtI$5 '

K WRITE weekend guests Mrs. L.oJ.) Jor'l 55th; Supply Sqdn., Ramey Air I Alloincy for. I'lnlntlff li'1; : .1' DRUG STORE
.
dun SIlssj June
and Mrs. Charles (' Ilrownlee, Mrs Joe
Force Base Puerto Rico. | In rii-mlt. fi.nrt. llrmlfonl. fount,.
Ovleda and Miss Gloria Johns of I Arnold and Mrs. Margaret Miller\ .
fr'lurMm In ( hnni-rrr.
;rda{ Pest Control & Chemical Co. Jacksonville were In Jacksonville Thursday of Harley F. Strong change from i \\ lllliini \\rliilii llul'M, I'Ia list fl v I Slarke. I-'Ia.
At. i I I.MIIIV: Kllniil.rlli: MuteH. I 'Mfi '
Mrs. C last week Starke to 825 MorelamI Ave., ndiilH I
C. Mendoza of Jacksonville .
,
.. I'llNI N. Vtl'
,1 6th St. Ph.6033 Gainesville Flu.lEK spent Sunday with her parcis. Bob Beers Petty Officer 2nd lantn Ga, | Orilir Of "hll."tI..n And Nnllot.'I'n I
I} I the T G. Griffins. class stationed at the Naval Air Mrs. Emma Rivers 302 Arlanla tpprnr M- 1'I'll UK Kl.. ..1111"I 'I'...
f
: ,
AND Mary KIlKiilii.lh
: I INSPECTION ESTIMATES: 1 llnl.'H. tlyrer' '
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Long of station at l<:l'YVe..t., spent the Ave.. Auburndale, Fla. I''dn. .. In Main. IIII"ret. f.,, Vill,' I i

South Florida are spending the w..ekpn.with his sister Mrs. Joe Relha Morgan Rt. 1, Box 23 :1 Yew: You J..I-MI-J- |
i an t iiilrd|' ,
appi' u
I month of May at KitiRxley Lake I Arnold. Ruskin June 4lh. I HIBI!I In the I'h..iv.nan.! :?, d..1 I II III

and at the home of Mrs. F. H. Mrs. Robbie Shaller was a guestof niirt reeks. divorce.and cailnnli.r.ln plniniirr'i i'
.
rn 'l h i Srenll'poet oe llrn.lloril
Long. Mrs. Margaret Lambreth and 1 mint* t-'l...ritlii. In hnnt'rr) nredfuld" County 1'.wr"l.h. CK'S AUTO CAFE Mr. and Mrs George Barber of i,her party at the Spring Frolics In I'nuir. rd 'mintr( lu\' It..rnrnl| En- I nlillKh SKIN. onlvr, In next C.. ,,'I
Gainesville Stn .I'. I... ". .In,. Plaintiff Umma 1 w t>i-kly l I. fiutiN, Dedicated To Community Service -
Gainesville were guests last Friday Saturday evening Klch.trdf. t. w !iclnu. .1 al, L t*ft?'it tilt Wllnenn,. ni>' hand sad official I sa'I 1 1I ,I ";\10\ lc 11 Are llrllrr Than R\rr":
Hiway 301 At South City Limits of Mr. and Mrs L. O. Hazeii. Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Davis spent n tit.onlf. i I at "Sunk Kloi' '''111. thin Mny' let, |
In r ..r |...1011.>nth. .n and Not.Iff toupritr II!1 (OFFICIAL' HKAI.: ) A. ,1.' Tit" I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy had Saturday Penney Farms visiting I As Clerk of unlit (111/01'1
., of I-Iwrlilii lot I
BASKET SPECIALS as their Sunday guests Mrs. G. E. I their son-in-law, and daughter AUK I .1'I 't''. 'I'h.us\\-lt,| .i.Sr It Hli\,. and. If I I fly Ilavrn Crosby Iii.piiiv: : ;: SATIMIDAY) MAY 5 Thur.. Frl. :May 10, 11
McGauley and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. elfin. //I' 11 ii km. *wit halt N. Hi \ ,," ?". Ml 4t
V __ __ $1.35; "uIChter.'III'ne., grant..t-, iltiut'H and th t laimantn '' -
and and, Larry.Mr. In Irriilt Court, Strait .I ...A THRILLING NEW
eon. rerd'oun11.
son Jennings: of Palatka.i I to the hrenwftI ''I.) i I'" <1
_______________ __________ _.__ 1.00 i Richard Thede underwent a I and Mrs Nate l>yal and 111"'all"I.' I 'fry, thi 1 "ii I. ,,null. i ii Klorlilni? U aunt In I,hniirrrr.Ill rtiiliillff, > Alvlnlllluin MOTION I'LI

RED SNAPPER FINGERS ________ .90 I tonsilectomy at St. Vincent's hospital ( sons, Tommy and David and Mrs Heels.i r 'iiic"Ht: ::' art.l hr.,:tees tin, unknown<':tfflt;);<.r" li'i'Nt and I: I U \\' I lleri'ndanti'nf.. ,. .. NIGH PIN ICTUREENTCRTAINMENTIi
ket Specials Include French Fries Choice of Wednesday T. L. Casey spent last weekendat other tfilmntitH' |In the S.i rt ififi. < N. 1117.
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..
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<>f l-iihllontloii/
tit. .1..111111.1.. lHtintnic hIh> .. mlitml OwIdn t ml ><>tl- 1'
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Salad Toast or Rolls I 13 Ft. Gobi Seal Congoleiim and Camp "It" on Governor's Hill .*.i. ni, 'age lns5'. any or "II' ; IV1YII t !, ;
Armstrong' Quaker Linoleum' al Lake In Dixie County with Mr. UvlriK-'on' flof. .>nHffl, :May T *
Hurt Furniture ,! and Mrs.\ E. D. Thompson Mrs. K.: ItaniN, tliiiH. ...i1, Kwte t-Uitiir-f'' "I ..tlHfi Th combined talents -
Co.
Sandwich Specials I J. t do
kttn\\n as Kate KtvlntE M I
Mrs. T. J Griffin and her wl'l'k.1 T. Vestal Lynny Neeld, and Jack vased Knifllnc: vlntrton, d* i \"' T ttiOlI) Iutit PSOOVOTIOa of tine t1r-
jjcr: with French Fries and Slaw _"- ____ .1;) end Robinson of Jacksonville. Other ed.. Li I .' :Mt-rtrun- ,l*.t..eafftl l,,,. MII'.1. e E American itoryulln. ,
guests Mrs Charles Neblackand n.5r.I..itsed The .'I"Ilda l 1nn.1"h,1 t J -.tNI- r
I i
ii ion Rye -_ __ __________________ .60 Mrs. L. K. Jordon were visitors I Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs Ma 1."I..o'Io.n fnnipHnv <*r Fi 1..1. fAITH BALDWIN
Beef with Homemade Potato Salad ______ .50 In Jacksonville Saturday I Lloyd, Walker and daughter Miss la not ktntw to t>,v exHt 11ng) > c.ncu onf -
IIINN.Ive.l n nl Itn unknown L i JOHN ASHWORTH ,
Pork with Homemade Potato Salad ____.___ .15 Among the guests at the Juiiius Billie Walker and their grandson, eesaI'e. trtote.e, 14'.rkhllhlH"' .hd Onl ems IIIS ey e -

Jam with Homemade Potato Salad _______ .50 Smith home this week prior to Paul Douglas McDonald alof\ dent other pllifil,''liilniiint laude to the an huing hen. i naft. IVthronirh ,"r nI linn Mill 1111 DOROTHY PARKER

the marriage of Mrs. Smiths 1 Perry. finder or Apr,5( t"vt '' F' '
1 Cold Plates slaughter Miss Joan, Mrs. F.ffle Johns and Mrs. James ia Ijfiml 1 nn'T IminlKi'ntloii (',. 'npta.55..nlvrd ,

lIam with Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato .65 which will be an event CArp..nll'r'l of Saturday -) Smith of Lake Butler spent the unknown I Klfiplilu nu<.*.*..rorl"t,5 nor. ti' ii..t.I i t pp.e nllits *., :r E
evening are: Miss June Caldwell '! weekend visiting Mrs. Johns' sister nfflrf* and I nthf>r rlnlnuiii' I'< the : t
ork with Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato .75 hrfflnnftfr d *i*.*rtltfd landi> .dm
) Mrs. Carrie Smith and neph .
Larry Smith and Charles Ing \"\ through tinder or mtnit- o.I
Beef with Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato .75 Myers, were weekend guests Mrs. 1 ew. L. C. Smith. It; and nny and. nil I'.n- .* 'n> .ar

late with Potato Salad Lettuce & Tomato .8;) G. K Bennett of W. Palm 13rachlarrived ; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Miss inir or nnv to ttitht.the. title follow( | 1W(nut n or(* ",tnt.I.i .')0..1, .tIn 1 I II I

Tuesday; Mr. and Mrs. Edna Noegal Mrs. Jennie Torn- land Mr' ...nIn ...Inr''.... Hiudft .1..H AUo "Tlirro Hour In a H.'ut"

Fountain Drinks Ernest' Jones of Orlando. arrived quest and Mrs. Vlrgle Avery were County Lots FlorUln.4. ft, 0. to-wlf 7, e. '9. 10 11,. U1 Cartoon and, ('ln' "1'| S "llruoo
Thursday; Col. and. Mrs. H. C. shopping In Gainesville. Monday in end 11 of Itl.Tk 10 ?f I,)" )nv- ,1
amy. :Milk Shakes ___ ____ _______ ____ .20 Wall afternoon. stun TruLy & r'ompnrtAddJ, I|1I I (Gent)"

._ _.__ .___ry___ __ _______ .20 and Mr.and l and family Mrs.of \V.St. Augustine T. Weeks Miss Manez Dodd and Dan See tlon. fn CS th Township' Town of ,Htmk 6 < .-"*-.utliltan In "SirlnlSun. ] I c

pow (Root Beer and Ice Cream ) .15 and children of Tallahassee are J Priest attended the wedding of .r.. 22 K"nt ,
You and "Hl'h ?f j i III' her -H)
arriving today Friday( ). All will Miss Slndy'hlte and Genrgel!I notified that/ n ,"Ilt h n-<" in* ., !IMon. ;May li(;, 7 I
Sundaes remain for the balance Ashby In Jacksonville Saturday ,, tltiitfd In th C/; I't < i ..fItredfard e tvaat 1aaUUdna.i w
of the
,. II
I r' univ F'' r it 'i' (h md
.20 'week. night. Munlp to the cttrnl "Df coilrer, I
e. Strawberry, Chocolate rr. n.h..r..ln nrndf j n*
Me. and. Mrs L. D. Vlnlng" spent I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Charbonnenu _. your pulley rovers Iiiul'. I.et Follow the Sun'Ulrli I

'l I the weekend In Dublin A''s. were guests last Friday night: :', A.:._ .,. : JI.-.I.:! ..., "W'd ._ -;.,. tii help Mon plan| l> /oniplrle r"eary

|jlnA' Mr. and Mrs Proctor VIRlt-// of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of Gaines It I; T H K IFTY limuriini |)r<>Kruiii hat w'111 atture den 1'nril AnimHiiinlM 1I'r,
villa They were Joined by Mrs
Dr. W. B. Parks who was und..r'ohR..rvatlol that u N\vrr. Sf<> IIH Ihlanick. O'Ki-cfo unit Julia lln\ "'
C. F. Ward, for luncheon on Satur .
\ In St. Vincent's IIos- .
Also \| \\" A .JI..I1.1|| |

last pital Saturday for ten days and Is returned getting along home!;) day.Mr.. and Mra. Truman King and, I 111'.-'II It.,," Nt/t'1'Ity

1 r nicely.Mrs.. | children of Jacksonville spent Friday IIt I a i

J. R. Mills night' with the W. T. Gills. TUl' .
and Miss Dorothy Weil. May 8, !9>
Mills of Green Cove Springs I Mrs. Jerome Frlik and son

attended the Baptist Homecom-j Mike are spending two weeks
mL T laf9NS I I
lag Sunday and also visited Mrs I lMill. with relatives In Edensvillr! Ind 'Virginia City'I News'

.' daughter Mrs Percy Sul-l i Mrs. I Kffle Johns had as her I
her This ".Illli-rhiin Knllit Cartoon
liven and family. guests Sunday afternoon 111 ,11.0 " Mr and Mrs. John Moyer nnd I IdatiKhter. niece and hisbnml| Mr. and :Mri'

29ct Jane of Jacksonville Pet Llnsey of High Springs. 'w Sh,?.1. (

were Sunday guests of Mr. and ) r si
Mrs. Orle Wiggins and family. r

Mr. and Mrs. CI''IIVa rd of Dlx- i,

Tall brand 3 f for 39c ie, Ga. were Sunday guests of the I Graduates > & D
t, any Roy \Yards.J. ( I '{\)
T. Cooley and sons Ben and .m
-. '' wARA t i0W
I' Art of Ocala were guests of Mr. BUY I: \
and Mrs. L. D. Vining Thursday Gaspwith NOW FOR tt

:KEREL 29cT night of last week I GRADUATIONGIFTS 5AL
!
Tall 2 for
Mrs. J. H. Fields Charles Fields pleasure when they
and! Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Greenof
receive ; pemin
a new I \)
Starke and Mrs.Ytobert E. Tanner
ton. Portable Typewriter 0/i
Sr. of Baldwin attended a I Lay-Au-ay Plan
family dinner and birthday party' on Graduation Day. I

T SARDINES 5Vc for Mrs.. T. G. Carter In Providence. BEAUTIFULSELECTION At /'rcHcnt'c\\ !)o Not Have A Ilcaular SalesmanSO


Mrs.. Sunday.S. K. Reyes and son Steve. r&tLtL4t? t, I \WIAIU; OWKIUNC YOU Till Jolt I

nt Jacksonville were visiting" or

Sheriff and Mrs. P D. Reddish
AD Any Brand 14c and Mr. and, Mrs. J. S. Sapp Iltf 11a111iltllIulota

Thursday of last week & ElginWATCHES

-- 12 Ft. Gold" Seal Congnleani and )
v :
Armstrong Quaker Linoleum at Ordinarily "e pay u Salesman" 10 Percentfor

I Hurt Furniture Co. situp'.1' the business' he brings! II"' Let us! pay
gNAS. golden ripe 3 lbse 2ge Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand

; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended I YOU this: K) Percent.( If you are Interested -

-.-, ., ., ,- I the Primitive Baptist I
.I Church at Rock Saturday evening. .., TVM rg, in a flange here is: how it works! :
Mrs. John Phillips of Tampa

ON Smoked Ib. 39c spent the weekend with her aunt
Mrs. Freeman Register. I 50 Gal. Propane Tank (Line Lease)

-- Mrs. Beth Lane of Jacksonvillewas 1f r Full of Gas Installed 66.50
) ;. ,
visiting her grandmother, wd the --' ,,a

Mrs.. Bertha Pearce over the ;h ONE RANGE 99.50
.... -
::
OGNA 39c weekend. Mrs. Pearce also hadas ( REMINGTONtypewriter
:
her Sunday guests Mr. andMrs. 17Jewel. Smartly Styled) 166.50

-._- Edward Ensor of Jackson portablo, III in Cold Filled Cases
villa '
I Mrs. Foster Shl Smith' who was / HANNKK BUYS FROM Less Your 10 Percent e 16.50

NERS All Meat 39c admitted to the Alarhua Hospital .
and
Wednesday of last week underwent 149.40

an operation Monday. Her lO up

'v mother Mrs. J. J. Llpsey, of 4.06
Sales Tax
with the children i1ere's an aid to higher gradth For LIMITED TIME I -
Branford Is staying
onnaise Blue 47 during her daughter's absence tnca portable mad for. imooth and ONLY I
Plate pint. clean fait typing Come in try 153.46
ease
Carrying
feature
Wilma Dockstader and its exclusive See Our Window PJJ i.pJay

eon Billy spent the weekend In included.


i, Kim, 3 for f 29c Plant Willis.Mr. City and Mra.visiting Ralph Mr Begue. Frances and with Tab 89.50 GEMJewelry :


-- rrrfl-rrrrpsrStS SSctI13'i i eons visited St. Augustine Beach' without 82.50 4 This Outstanding Offer Applies to Any Appliance

Sunday. )We Sell During the Month of May. DON'T {WAIT ACT NOW
Word has been received from, Terms If Desired
: .. .. lOc Mr. and Mrs A. W. Anderson. Jr. '

: : of Ventura Calif., formerly of I SEE Them TODAY !

Starke that they were recent SLADE GAS CO.

((1FLA.i weekend visitors at Yosemite Na BRADFORD

Park. SEABOARD R. R.
tional

s \While last doz. 44c Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mrs. Ralph| County Telegraph Watch Inspector STAItKE. FLA.

they Begue and Mr. D. A. Jones attended .. .
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the Dog Races at Orange - -- -=-= --- = -- .. : -

.- .' -, last Friday evnln '-
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MAYO-1951


BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA IRD.ty Illy '
t J PAGE SIX ___ --: 1,1. lip
., Defendant.e. Case No. unll In neat r"."
p ri ,' zincs overseas to help sell Amerl- not get back until lute. stairs for the B. Y P. U were EJw.iicl Taylor No $401Nnflev Order Of Publication AM.. Motive To Wltne ,
I have We understand that Pompy about half through with this program Appear HTll'l' 0'c ..culln' To at Rturli j f
Ib i 'a to the world Magazines To AppeHr.To Olu-ft Itailerlck, whose residence In IDOL
yl :, from other countries are so poor Padgett was to be discharged from when the crowd begun tr !,<.. ): [Ltr and not to compare to ours. To sell the hospital and return home last gather for preaching and we had residence IB Unknown. You urn required to appear on ,
have joined the Sunday. We did not learn definitely almost all we can scat before all You are hereby notified that n May 28th ltd, In the above named By ITm .
of life I
filed
1t9k II our way null for Divorce hnn been Court and 1 cauHe. wherein plaintiff ft")' Si-ld. n, .
9k MAGAZINE FOR FRIENDSHIP, If this was true. were ItHscmbled'e are thankful HHiilnnt you In the above named o"k" dlvorio. Ilradford County Jli-noh, Ira. ,
Pasadena California, a Club Gertie Faircloth attended churchat that so many were moved to come court( and cniiBo and you of your aie' nll-rrqulrel Telegraph. shall publlxh thin Order AU)'. t",, ,
1 to nerve a COp
sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce Caleb church last Sunday. She out. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock ewer( or pleading to the complaint..

'+ laro CurlCSSJohr I of Pasiidenu They will sent! states that the services wets* Gloria Starling will be baptized in Kteln on the A Plnlnllff'warren Attorneys) Smith Tiitlkllnit.JarkBonvlllf. li lt-,

you stickers and toll you what wonderful a large congregationand Black Creek and Sunday night she Florida, and file tin-
--- PONCA.NEBR-- Mm Padgett orlKlnnl the office of the Chik I of
Universities and places to Bend a wonderful Inlightonlng and her sister Harry
the Circuit Court "n or before the I
i: magazines when we sermon will receive the right hand of fellowship 19111 otherwisethe
our lovely lay ;
g. fheniin<< ilio days puss sulftly I to be home and we were MO happyto have read them. I have a Hut of The services at the Padgett and communion.. All are aW.ra: fn* of nald I Complaintwill
With showers. and Hiinnlitno. I welcome have him. He seems to be older be. taken a* conferred hv >'uiiThlH FULLY
ten places to send magazines. Foreign church Sunday were enjoyed by Invited to attend. notice iihall be published EQUIPPED
.
n In the Majtlme. Ulggcr lKf and more settled. Has a good appetite
5c all The each week for four con..eIlIIVOw..kll
: rate Is: Readers Digest present. congregation was -- once
/' but takes life calmly.He .
more Tele
/'home. Bradford. County
SOIKI: 'lo Ari'mitIn In the
y ( anywhere Most anywhere in the larger than usual and more Interest
I found a little record of her<< used to bark and carry on so! ( Iri'lilt' "iirl.. tlrnillord. Count, graph.
when I put him on his rope in the| world charges only 12c a pound shown If the Lord be willing we Klorlilm. In t hnmrrr.Jiiin .. Dated) thin list day of April. 1021OFFICIAL ,, the most modern and efficient
daysAt Lets do this. Eh? write to the above will have services there again the tt .Mllroy Plaintiff Vk. Le ( SEAL) A. J Thomas, equip.
the old lonely home. A few back yard. He is resting quietly loll'J Mllroy Defendant. Dark of the Circuit Court
lines In the shade now. The sun is quite address and get your stick fifth Sunday In July or July 20. Can No. 0000aotlce (( Cy Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk ment available to the profession !is
Short '
fun. Also we ,will take our dinner and : To Anpmr.To 4'27 4t Silt
Each day were all she wrote. My warm. Soon,I shall be making ers. Be have all day services as we did "." HUHU.. .Mllroy, w hum residence used by this funeral home in main.
mother's ways were simple garden. I think May Is the best Here is a message I found by IH Unknown. notified that a In < Irriilf Court llrjidford County,
this time. You am hereby .
When she planted columbines time here anyhow to plant seeds. SAMUEL ULLMAN. I thought It nilt for Divorce him. been filed Pltirlilai' In hnneery, taining its well known standard
She put It down. The day she set Don is having the lot back of the I I'I good "Nobody grows old by merely The services at our house were walnxt you In the above named Theodore It. Raderlck, Plaintiff, vs.Olifa of
well attended Sunday night. We and) are required riaderlck, Defendant
.1 a hen; {' store plowed and I have seeds to i living a number of years; people Court llul serve CHUBB, a copy you of your nn- Service.
at the
The little calf she weaned from 'I plant down there. I want to plant I grow old by deserting their Ideals had more present Junior awe, or pleading to the complaint I
: wrinkle the skin, but to Union than we usually do The m the I Plaintiffs Attorney, Ziirh H. DeWITT C.
of onions Years Used JONES
i mother cow; I Irish potatoes, a row may 508-607, Lynch MiilldlnK,
I. A. H. to
,\ and winter enthusiasm! wrinkles the rings were presented Jackaonviila,, Florida' and file theorlitlnnl
Her dally household tasks for use, acorn squash, some give up Phone 7 Starke Fla.
the I. A. H. members. Club vows office of the Clerkof TELEVISIONSets
I self distrust I In the
when I| sweet corn and Kentucky Wonder soul. Worry, doubt taken and leaders elected the Circuit Court on or before the
She visited the sick-but o' beans. I may have a few flower fear and despair-these are the group 281h day of May, 1961: othcrwlHH all e
I that bow the head now we feel we are almost readyto allofratlonH .of ald Complaint will Funeral Director Ambulance
I somehow ,| too. That Is a nice garden spot and long, long years confefHed SmiB
by you.
really begin our work in earnest be taken an I
One line apart from other Don will very likely! do the hoe- and turn the growing spirit backto Thl. notice Khali be puhllKhed Our local funeral home enables us to offer J
to stand I Ing down there. .will. tend the two dust. "Youth Is not a time of Our Union Is small, so is our I. { one Much, Wfek for four coniiecutlveweek $59.95UP convenience
seems ;
services not otherwise
H. Club, but we are building A.I ** In the Ilraflford County Teleffrnph. available
"I went to the po tofflce," she smaller plots up here. life, It is a state of mind. You are .
as old as as we all know we have to faith
would Our lawn Is all raked and as .young!: as your 'S SS SS SSJflSSSSSrSrSSS
say- to walk before we can run. We (OFFICIAL 8RAM) A ..1. Thornim. ,
I look upon it.- here In her own Bluegrass la so ton north your doubt; as young as self confidence Clerk ut the riroult Court Chas. C. We furnish the highest type service at
feel that we will soon be able to ShepherdRadio lowest
J hand- white lawn furniture the as old aa your fear; as Hy Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk PrlCt tji
really do some studying and be 4187 "I That one short Hue she wrote side of the house and it young as your hope as old as your --. t by> I C:
;.\. able to work with almost T.V. Seat Covers as payment in In full
from day to day viting now. The ferns along the despair. These are the days of any TO AITKItIn company part or on a funerii. ;
group. After we finish our (Irrule titurt, llrmlford County, 307 W. Call Starke Consultation carries
pro no obligation
Dear God on high can mother north side of the house are com glory for mlddleaged women. Theydo Ktorldni. in 4'nnneerr.
see. tonight ing up. I set out the bleeding as many things these days. gram-upstairs-we went down [ Katie Lee Taylor Plaintiff, vs. Lee' r I

'I These tears for letters I failed hearts and they are away up They are the hope of the nation.. -

I to write? high, I love growing things and O, 'They have wisdom great hearts

I -Elsie Duncan Sanders. what a joy it is to gee my straw- and know oft times better than

tt i It will soon be Mother's Day.I berrlea showing up green and so I II men what Is best for our country

Those whose mothers are still I I so many of my flowers and shrubs and our selves. Yes our day has arrived G-R-ETaso1ins

: alive are not torn by feelings of are peeping thru the ground. The women. Let us help make 10 out

u1 ti ; remorse or the loss we have big fat robins hop about near me this world a better place. Let us bri"J

* j sustained, as when older and time on the lawn They eat bugs and pray, send magazines and be better

I A !''brings to mind the true value of big fat worms. Life la good. I was neighbors to each other.

'f ) 'life. My dear Mother has been gone so happy to see In the Telegraphall Must work in the yard now. It

" ) 'now for eleven years this June. I of the Johns family. Senator Is lovely out. Got to get some groceries -
t f' stUl the that I looks and wife Ted Is more
,; get feeling just good too. Milk Is ISc a qt. here.
must see her And aa the years roll beautiful than when I last saw her plus 5c for bottle which Is returned. '

:eover my head, I have a feeling five years ago. God bless them. I God bless you all -Love, LURA
i that the time Is growing nearer HELPFUL HINTS: If end of
1 +when I shall perhaps behold her pockets wear out from keys and -fhe. tB: !

i, again. Not old and care worn as1fls1 knives, sow leather cut from old inqour/ car
I
/ I looked upon her but perhaps hand bag or gloves where the most LONG BRANCH

t flout thirty years old with a wear will be. Hold rickrack for,
By Mrs. J. L. Strickland
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a write( that letter to tell her how cool place. When you grease the law, Mr. and Leslie Hall spent the 0 No-Nox

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Christian ChurchHave Church of Christ 'sired discussed.As Matters. of I ball Team of Women of which he I and sister Mrs Charles Forsythe

you made your plans for Corner 10th and :McMahon In manager Miss Thomas left of Marathon were callers here
the summer It so did you plan Bible School- A. M. under this goes to print, I Wednesday to join the players In Sunday. Mrs ForRY the. Is the wife
to be in Bible School and Church Preaching--11 A. M. and 7:30: painted.way We to have the Alexandria, Va. for their exhibition of the late Chart H Forsythe, and
I on the Lord's P.M. hope that game Washington, D. C. before has left for
Day If not do soi I Kentucky and Virginia,
read this
at once No plans are complete It Prayer Meeting and Bible Study the work will proceeding to tho home town of where she will visit relatives and
11 no arrangement) have been made each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. pleted and the building the team Fort Wayne, Indiana. friends for several months

Sun 1 P1 11 _' with your Lord. Everyone welcome. white.Mplendunt The In next a thing Mr. and Mrs. Charles) W. Tur- Mr. and Mrs. Wm Webb and
ney and their children of Fruit-
Let this Sunday be your first terior and children of Sanford were visiting
repairs
Church Methodist Church Sunday to be at the "friendly"Church St. Edward's CatholicRev. ly needed. paint, land Park were guests of Mr. and the Finleys. They are former residents -

I It you have never been The PTA show put I : da Mrs C. M. Turney Sunday. Mr.Vebb was employed at
Week will bet Sunday, May 6, Is the beginningof before. A warm and cordial welcome William H. Neuhaus, pastor day was a great success. : Mr. and Mra. J. H. Strickland Camp Blanding during the war
Home National Family Week and all will greet you. and their son, Johnnie, of Galncsvlllu -
Mr. and
First Baptist of i Community Revue wltU Mrs. T. M. Finley and
[ the of the services In the First Meth- Our Bible Sunday Mass at 9:43: a. m. were Sunday suppor guests of
coming week School begins each' numbers by the Woman's daughter, Mrs. Leonard Hamm and
the
Hiig Weekly Mass at 8: a, m. ) Mr. and Mrs.
odist Church will A. C. Davis.
Sunday morning when emphasize the Sunday morning at 10 a.m. with Ccnfesslons Rotary Chamber of daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fary Novotns .
[ at the Importance of Christian C. W. Colson as superintendent. Saturday 0:00: to PTA, and several Saturday visitors of Mr. and I ; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Webb
r's message 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: P. M.
,lmk hour of worship The Rev. Thomas G. Homes'j Morning Worship Services at Children's Catechism Classes, b.'rs.frs.. Jackson, the Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow were Mr. and children and Mr. and Mrs. H ,
,w to Have a Christian will preach Sunday 11 a m. The :Minister's subject be- Saturday 10:00 of the committee, and Mrs. Claude Ghecsllng Mrs.\ !iDees, of Sanford were among
11 o'clock] on the subject, "Our ing "Heart-felt : a m. Fl. O. Allen and Fred and Walter[, '
ring the week families Religion. The Adult press her thanks to all l those' attending the Masonic Supperat
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ado things together." Home And God. The senior and I Lord's Supper Is served every Sun Religious Instruction make It a succC'ss.LA Clarke, all of St. Augtmtine. Gold] Head Park Monday night.
\[n youth choirs will courses every Sunday 7 to 8 P. M.,
furnish
''i eh service Wednesday special [ day morning at 11:15: a.m. for all and Mrs H. I>, FiiNMell and her
.
music for the by special
appointment.The
for "Familyand morning service and who have named the of grandson Junior Long, of North
used name
H I be
families are urged to Christ. public Is cordially invited.cm I
attend this
will answer Carolina" arrived Friday to visit
W T E
l' tlons." Lord's service Supper of worship will together.be The Evangelistic Services begin at 'iu M OF GUn Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Llnzy MrFusKrll FREE !

pvenlnff the evangelistic ed at the clone of the service administer and 7 pin. with Christian Endeavor 8th t St. Clair Sta. I.. II. t'uUh : i accompanied them to the For Prompt FIIKE Removal
followed by the Farm but returned to theIr home
Pastor will be Worship Serviceat
the to the "shut-Ins" Sunday School 10 I
For," The adult In the afternoon. 8 p.m. The Minister speaking a.m. after a .short visit with !Mr, and of Dead Crippled, & Worthless -
Paid The : I'lItrons of .
ii- ; Church School begins Sunday Morning: Worship 11 a.m the ]
Mr. Luclle] Green at on "The Power to See It Through." who '' Mrs Llnzy. Cattle, Horses, Mules,
| d by 9:45: every Sunday morning, with Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m will have beginners :
'ring, the morning hour W. B. Sewell aa General Sup.'rIntendpnt. The 'Lord's. Supper I U also sen'elleVc'f V. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m next rare requested '1 I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Onrkley andtheir & hogs/ '

':Uona Canova organist. The Senior and In- ) Sunday night Prayer :Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m them to the school children Margo and Mike of
I Call 132
Starke
nlng i the youth choir termediate Methodist Youth fellowships ] Wednesday evening Prayer day May IS to register, j|I ) : Jacksonville' were supper guests of I I ,
\' George Jones will meet at 7:00: p.m. Services begin at 8 p.m. winch I M HOPE: CliritCII. TIIKKKMSA bring birth certificates 'I ] Mr. and Mrs. \\'. G. Strlngfcllow WE ALWAYS COME: J
.Mrs, Thelma] Dinklns vitally Important In the life of Sunday
Chaplain III't'ry .
Ralph W. hnportnnt.Mr.
Die piano with Miss Julia Senior Protestant Chaplain Hopkins. every Christian. The 20th Chap. There will be the usual homecoming and Mrs. J. E. i I| Florida Renderers,
at !the
It Bill ter of Acts Is the.Ies on for this at Hope Church Theressa
the /
organ. United States Naval Station in nltt'ndlllA' to business In I I I I' INC.Dow'i
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;head the singing of re- Green Cove coming Wednesday nljrht.!; Come on :Mother's Day, May 13, 1991. vllle '
Springs
will be the on Monday.Mr LAKE
and bring along :your Bibles with Everyone Is Invited to come spend GENEVA
jmns.I guest speaker at the nnd Mrs. Carl '
evening service this
thought In mind"A Church the day and enjoy the services.
School] meets at 9:45jtmcnts : at 8 p.m. The service will be that buby of Orlando were I lly Ulunelm Cunningham '
and. eJasses for sponsored by the "Mr. and Mrs. gether.Prays" Together Stays To C. Sullivan, Clerk. of Mr. mid Mrs, Carl \ Illf e
{ 300 who regularly Fellowship" ,
,
than Evening Services at the First I Sunday. ;: i :Mrs A. J. Fteezer and son. Louis .
ill{ Bible study. Training Christian Mrs. Blaine Testone are back homo In .
Church have been set I Ptmxsutawny.Pit.
at 6:43: under the PENTECOSTAL, HOLINESS: Keystone I
either ., up tl) 8 pm. HeightsBy were In Jacksonville : ; after upending the pant several]
|/ J, T- Lawson. : 10th St. and Temple Ave. ing Mr. Tnntone who Is t I months with Mrs. Beezcrs brother
welcome will be rend Sunday School 9:43 Mrs: Sara I). :McDonald I in St. Vincent
lily : a. m.; Morning At The hospital }I. Lucas
/ who worship at theja Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Tabernacle Mr. Teeters will soon ba ed Mrs M. Wilson of Jacksonville asri
of Starke, the church Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone A number of Keystone people attended able to be out. r
Ringing tower. : velcom I beginning Tuesday night; the Often House of MelroseLodge Air and Mrs. C. R. 1
time
of
the evening services. I
wasehanred No. 89 }o'. & A M. at Quid! children
ill"u I from 7-sn. :_. tn n T-.IS. ..'... William.. ...._... attended fifth I
S. Parker, recently returned from Head Branch State Paik, Monday|I meeting In Palatka on WELDING
\ SERMON: AT 8 111. SUNDAY'The Fort Worth Bible School brought evening, April 30 This was the Mrs. L. H. Futch was : I I
third Open House held this visitor to Lake
by Butler
' Things That People Are an Interesting Stamp; study comparing on the It Postage to- lodge. The first and second were of last work on Tta

Christians who stick to the job In Melrose" nt the'oman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Nelson :J

until it Is done, and Christianswho and at the Parish House but ow. and small son, Nelson Jr.
Ing to the Increasing interest and sonville Beach and ()
where
Full OfRST go they are sent, etc. #
Wednesday afternoon group the larger number expected It wan Hurley of Jacksonville
off
of young people wdi/ delighted to thought advisable to hold this one nee guests of Mrs. A. I| : put
BAPTIST CHURCH !in the Park where there are better on Sunday I
have
Hampton Miss
Joyce Underwood as Wo offer the people of Mtiirke
facilities for a larger crowd. Two MlHs Joyce Newsome I
their guest last week. Miss Under. buyiugAutomoLiIeInsurance
non CRAY
Pastor
hundred and ninety-one attendedthis I ville I ILIlWII'Y.
spent with
wood rendered several Sunday I
piano num- i und \lclnlly OliO of the iiiont
Bible School 10 A.M.: Don bers year. The primary of .
Hill, Supt. and she and Miss Noegel purpose
I5.T.U. 7 I'.M.: Otto Hicks, Sr., Director sang a medley of Spirituals. Mrs, the meeting was the presentation. I I Rev and Mrs. T. C. I modern and finest jiilpp Virgie Avery was present and took of the jewel by Mr. Frank E.: and Mrs. Betts of
e,I and He 1 of 125: in Our Bible School This Sunday group pictures of the children after France Past Master of the Melrom were dinner guests of 1 I wrldlng' HlmpM any"h....*. Charley E. Johns

Morning/ : Nursery Open at all Services." the meeting, copies of which Lodge, and also past District Mrs C R. Crews on I All Work Guaranteed: AgencyPhone
were given to each child this Deputy Grand !Master of the 12th ing.
Wednesday afternoon. district, to H:. M. Sargent, Past Mrs. Kffie: Miner and 1 SMITH'S GARAGE II NTAKKE.: FLA.

.. Visitors from the Salvation Army Master of the Melrose Lodge Ann Wells spent the
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.. Camp were welcomed to the Among the noted guests who Miss Yells'rent. Mr. ANn 'MACHINE SHOP .
Sunday evening service and [ were Introduced and made brief responses Frank Wells., In Juniper ,J' .
participated .
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Temple .\". Starke ...mil.1--;
in the program. were Worshipful GrandMaster They accompanied by Mr. I
Cleveland L. Home; Goo. Howard Miner and i ,R.prn.ntlna THE TRAVELERS. Hartfomt

ST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Airpark Baptist Fitch, Grand Treasurer and Past Jacksonville. -- 9

Grand Master: Fred B. Noble.Pant Mr. and Mrs. W. M. .

fsrsnn & Court Streets-in The Heart Of Town Sunday School at 9:43: Lacy Grand Master; Mr Ed Larson,'' small son of Orlando .

}I. PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 Conway Sunday School Supt. District Deputy Grand Master of end. guests of Mr : '

.. Morning Services 11:00B. : the district; Wm. Revels Sheriff Mrs. J. J. Smith.

T. U 6:15: of Putnam County; and Mr. Louis Mr. and Mrs. R L.
t'N D.1Y SERMONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:15P.M. Evening Worship 7:30- G. Scogglns Director of State were in Lake City

y School 9:15 A.M. Training/ Unions 6:15: P.M. Come worship with us. Parks of Florida. noon visiting Mrs. ..V4tt11t'I

3-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:15 P.M. Rev, L. O. Hemmingway, Pastor The speaker of the evening was J. :J. Smith who Is

- I I )'fr, LaMar Rozear, K. C. C. H, Veteran's hospital there. .
Scottish Rite Temple Jacksonvilleand of Mr. Smith wish for
,lorninjj "How to Have Christian Home" Presbyterian Church
/ a Director of DC Molay work ued Improvement and

Evening "Covered or Paid For." 9:45: Sunday School. I. there. He spoke on "Some of the I him home again scion. Economy

-., ,' 10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class Things Masonry Stands For", I Mrs J. T. Wright and
Social Note' I Waterbury,
TilE CHURCH 'WITH" Tim VISITING PASTOIe 11 a. m. Services conducter by Vermont
Older residents of this community .'rA ntnl Thnrn._. _. ."..I
Rev. Charles Imbrie of -u
... Penney 0'
:: .:_. : .' : .. Farms. will regret to hear of the death,!I! Court Virginia are on an'
of one of their old time neighbors. visit with their parents
I
K. J. Richards who lived here about -I I Mrs. C. R. Shuford. -
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----= u KBsss3Essssji -.-_ twenty years ago, died April Mr. and Mrs. James

19 at his home In Kansas. His I' Palatka were weekend "S, use the South's
widow who was Miss Viola Baker, his parents, Mr. and
sister of Mrs. Seth Kennedy, Is expected Anders.
most popular regular
III match'my Dodge ; here shortly to visit her Mr and Mrs. Joe
family and to be with her father, son, Kenneth of SI
"Unole Dave" Baker,, who is very were weekend guests of grade gasoline

ill. Mr. Baker, who celebrated his ents, Mr and Mrs. John

with car on the road for ninetieth birthday not long ago, Is Their friends will be '
any with his daughter, Mrs. Johnston, know that Joe has been
in Ralford. promotion and was r

' ) His Honor Mayor F. T. Scott from Jacksonville to St. :

Value/ and Dependability and Mrs. Scott left last week with I by works the company for /o..

Mr, and Mrs. Sipe for a short trip; Dr. r rJ
north. They will visit In Sharon, and Mrs. W. T.
were attending
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-say. MICHAEL OPPENHEIM Pa.Mr. Orange;: Creek Methodist
,, : and Mrs. Stein spent a pleasant (lust Sunday. Dr. Walters
day visiting in St. Augustine, pastor/ of the
..- I last Sunday. I II located Orange
4-; "Sure,l'vo owned and driven other make cart," lay Michael I Another picnic party In St. I II Mrs Knoch near Hawthorne.

Oppenheim, Bcllerose, N.Y. "Bui tine.1941 my cart have all |I Augustine last Sunday was the confined to her GrlffU bed' who for "

been Dodget. I know how dpnJabl Dodge car. Pangborn family I I days l Is improving
w> how little' they cost to "
are, run.
and Nelson and now
Mr Mrs. A. able to be up and
NollR Mrs. S. E. McKay spent the weekin friends will be glad to
olauR
i iI ix :Miami. i II' Mrs. Griffin Is now

Mrs Vivian Sanders has returned visiting her daughter, ,
from a short trip to New OrInana I Wooten at Klngtiley Lake.
] She brought back with h'r.1 j The WSCS of the

little Allison, fourteen months. old] Church held a special

daughter of a relative, who will meeting In the church on

stay with her for a while. Mrs. afternoon for the purpose
I Si rider's son Dudley, who Is In ing officers for the
Walter Read Hospital, Is expected Those elected to serve for your gasoline dollar-try

home soon on leave. I time were President,; at your neighborhood Stand
Walters
- + ..ar 9aar Mrs. Reynold's sister Mrs Bnlliett 1st Vice ;
( has returned to her home In Hubert Priest, 2nd Vice '
Mrs, A. H. Harley Sr., .' "
New York.
i it
powerful motor-fuel
Church Nimtr. Mrs. Frank Jones, and ; a
Mrs H. C. Kelley and it suit
j jI The !May Festival which will bl Dr. Shuler Peeler price .. entirely
,
I heM on May 5ln the park wlll,> perintendent of the the cars on the road today.
leaf from 4:30:: till 8:30.::\ It was annouiKed -'
District
lAst week that supper was In awtey for better cool-weather per
evening at
which time
would be served but it has been Quarterly Conference of a special solrent to minimize

NOW'S THE TIME TO TRADE! r'oolded since then that only 11'1' was held In the Methodist/ :
'ream and cold drinks will be -
9u/d/
pay up fa $1,000 more and not get all the liberal Trada-in allowance ed. The queen has been elected but MMH .: Ill U'I'..\ after ycar-CRowN
gin comfort of Dodge l is still Come la ClrrnK ('nor. It..d'.d year
and rugged dependability Act Now for Widol Selectionf her Identity secret. florid*! In I kanrvrr>
1 what Model and Colors I and see her crowned. 'li.rdon .'. M.-h.-f.r. '". best buy in regular-grade
Dodge gives you on roughest roads there's no Rev. J. Ralph] Neale has started Nolly fl. M<-ha"ri>r. IxfxndaneCuif !

what I other cars offer, wheel "hop" or bounce. [Depena&fa' I a series Wednesday evening "...... T.. .,lOP.....
("utand why Dodge Tn: N.IIy H. hurfT, ..h.. lrt
the comfort of : theme of .
You get relating talks on the general n.-. unit addrea. In I31JI!
y theyl1
h i Dodge and The "I.. Met roll 5.
extra head room, leg room 'Communism and Christianity. MIchlKon
car on the road I Toil am h.ril..' n..tiril:
shoulder, room the safety of DODGE :services .are at eight o'clock and. apt for Dlvnri.* h.. .. .
'ling' comfort for ex- "Watchtower" visibility. Dodge I I every one is! welcome. mart.....In..and you raui In *the and l abov.you.

lit> could pay far more Cyro-Matic-the lowest priced Don't forget the Concert by the qulrd to ..rv. a rnpv of )
and still not the automatic transmission-lets you sooo oiivus DIIVI mi c* i_ .Choir of the First Methodist rwo or plead/n4/ In the .,,
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get Plaintiff
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CAI..OUC* *ccioi r
CHIC tout Church of Gainesville next Sunday Tnhnma..
believable smoothness drive without shifting. See and 14 : Jr. Hlarko Florida; ,
evening at eight o'clock. Mr. the nrlKlnal' I 1 In the nfflro/
w .
Onflow .
ride. Even drive Dodge today. cl.rk of tho C'lrrult' Court -
and Mrs Russell Danburg will be ...,..1'. th. tnttt day nt 1\1.., :
: \i featured on the program. <.th.rwl.i* the allegation" 1
EAT; STARS IX GKKAT SHOWS -.SHOWTIME r.S.%."-.\ <'-TV NETWORK: (Club[ "OIM.. .'nmplalnt d hy you.Thla will !>. taken an OIL I COMPANY (KENTUCKY)

The next regular business meetIng notlco. shall ho .....
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one* each w .k for four -
of the Woman's Club will beheld ....k. In the Pradford ('oun' l I

Roberts Motorst Ii on Tuesday, May ft, at 3 P. eraDh Uaad, thla It'h day of DUNCAN AGENT
\f. In the club house. Thin will be (OFFICIAL, DRAM A J. I I .
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"I..k of in- ("Ir
tti" last business meeting of the
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c 112 She said Beaver of- I ., In f..........,.. i
Earl Luke and explain them to jury midnight. ; Verdict Returned I <& E.: ilobley. Plaintiff vi. : I'I'll
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Pvt. TESTIMONYOF UOltf'lcU: \K:, servu-e station fnri-d to set up beers for the house i T. Motley Defendant. 1
'and also offered to lend McConl I Case No. SItS I
At Ft. Jackson STATE attendant. corroborated Lappe'stestimony. .,.. of PahII.-ainei And Nolle* 'I',, t I"'olt
money when he learned that the I >mr OTA'I'H OK FI.OHlItt Tut ",. 1RUbdi dO5Pli"itrlj "

Pvt. Earl I* Luke ion of I. V. WITNESSESAs CAKT1IKL: It.UJ.-O \LE of Jacksonville latter was broke. State's Attorney In Murder TrialContinued I I T. Mobley who. residence I A. 11oro.t I .l_.- ..,.

Luke, Route 2, Starke will com testified that after gettingoff | Duncan then read corroborating I :You Unknown are required: to appear on I I O"IprI 0'. "Dbn, ;,II', _' E

plete his 14-week Infantry training work that night of March 2 she testimony that Evelyn Roblnxon. ( from page one) I : 11, 1961, In th* above named -,Pp.",.. 'irttgMotd ....'

cycle with Co. "F". 13th Regiment I the State rested at 2. p. m. came to Starke to visit a friend I former waitress at Jo Jo's wh I ..ks divorce.and cause wherein plaintiff I w\r.. : ,0,,

8th Infantry Division( In the McCool-Corbln is now In Massachusetts, hadI fire started. You .
of the famed Thuriday Mrs. J. \V. Godding who lives s I Bradford County Telegraph shall I : '

Fort Jackson S. C. on Saturday, murder trial the following wit. block from the McCool and Corbia I given at a preliminary hearing. I Much of the testimony stated I I ." this Order. In next four, Court\"Y'4n II.s ,' 1)), 1

May S.Pvt nesses hail. told their stories from homes. She heard a car horn blowIng SHERIFF REDDISH recalled to Wednesday and Thursday was Issues.Witness my hand. and official, lecek. :j II ,
the stand : I I stand to Identify content of tank of that given at a hear- Florida. this Teieg' 'p. ,14'
Luke wag Inducted Into the 1 as If stuck and went outsideto : repetition 1 at Starke, April i I In n.e' '. I
1951 at nilH: CHIEF O. W. PICKETT. I and affirm that objects were the ing before Judge A. Z. Adkins on 1 1551. Wu,
service on January 22, see If it was her-car. She then I 1 I I ; rlv-"*" SEAL,) A. J. Thomaa" "t Hi 14"it aw
Jacksonville. 1 testified that the blazing car was noticed the fire called Mr.. God- same. Defense asked that the con- March 19 when McCool and Corbin A. clerk of said' Court (OFFI" Ill ,
practically "put out" shofttlnx | tentH of the tank be thrown out as denied their request for freedom rv Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk IrS
During: his six weeks' basic and by ding and they proceded to Investigate were Lowrv, I" W. University -I, ill
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1 that
evidence the grounds no 1 ,
on I habeas
water through the back window. under a writ of .
\ Florida
while Mr. Godding called the Gainesville flay ,
eight,. weeks' Infantry branch but that the fire kept flashing She that she ''one person had had custody of corpus. )'.. for Plf. 4120' 4t 6111 St v..tttt..,., )prl
fire said __
department
training he will fire most of the back up" as If something had saw two men, one tall cine short !I the car. Judge Adklns sustained Again ,was told the story of howa Clrmilt. (*i''';'. Rradfurd Ctiuntr* ,I, : lit

Infantry light weapons engageIn been placed In the automobile to I I the objection. I II 'I Street was .r|.*..i In ('hn..r. {'Ir'uII -
pushing the car into the yard. The I II South neighborhood reset, lenIn
\V. T. POWELL Kingsley Lake IT. Kelley Plaintiff va. I 'Iorlol,.. I..
make It burn. Fire all Ie .. .
over I ( .
squad and platoon problems and was 1 tall man entered a house and the Beaver's foreman his Hercules, aroused about 3:55: a. m., March 2, Kolley, Defendant. (lsorg. p.: .?.11._.."' n Pit
Intensive physical train the car but mostly In the backseat I on blare of shorted horn on the Case No. 1344 Pratt' ; : ..
short Into another car in the
undergo man got testified that he Beaver by ., () .
Job. saw *. of llttillintlon Ami % tlt 'I'D rd'e or ,
ing in preparation for duty as a front of the house. Mrs. Godding the March 2 and him burning automobile. The fire department |...n.. "',' "','.: ttV .Kl.lflll T M I tifl. S rlllo/l"/I.r\1p'/ /, illS'
on Job paid i
; FIRHMAV:: KrsSKI.I! KIIEKI.E I summoned and theI Kelley whose residence Is :\ .' 1 0'hb. ,
told the the
tall fire was
man department
unit all
eervlce or combat type re. ; two weeks' wages that afternoon : kn... ',
who discovered body of dead man had been called and he first to $102.29 after de- blaze almost extinguished when a are Torjulrad to appear on Yo", in

placement. when ha attempted to pull the I replied "Huh", and then said I oJ amounting u"tlons. I I broken hose caused Fire Chief !' I'tJ 1(11, In the above named I i May. lii I ., ral
still seat from the I wherein plaintiff l COlli'
blazing rear car thanks., I Plckett to return to the station and cause seek bi
OLLJR STARLING i
aid that he used the pick end grocer seeks. divorce cars. custody ,, ,
Tel'
ADDRESSESOF 1 1I '
!MKS. J. w. (iODDING, 316 SouthCherry testified' that he cashed the check : for replacements. control' of minor child. I In 4y. fan
of the axe and that he hooked the Telegraph, shall
County
nv
St., gave virtually the same for Beaver about 5:30 p.m.larch: I i During this Interim Night ,' tT
INTEREST
In next four
left front edge of the rear seat this Order ot S ,
to drag It out. Defense Counsel had testimony as Miss Ragsdale. |12. He said he returned the money :| Patrolman Bert Johns testified I : i; Issue I 1951.! hull

Mrs. R. O. Kldd, Fort Walton,, nttnmpted to show that axe' might ItEKT: JOHNS city policeman ''to Beaver except for $8 owed to that he saw one of the defendants at"..Rtarke.. my hand Florida and this official April (OFF: is.till

Ha. have caused! Cashes found In testified that he saw McCool strikea ;, him and the price of a carton of I 'McCool toss lighted matches I InSI. 111

George: Roberts A. U. Training Beaver's abdomen. match near the burning car's cigarettes.j I.'I' the car In an apparent attempt Into// .... ('',\[. F13AT.'Clerk) of A. call J. Thorn Court, E. K Ii,

Dept. NA1VTU, NAS Aimcostla, ('\KI.FS !SCHMIDT' : undertaker gall tank after removing the cup j >!. .. E.: JONF.S! slater of I start it blazing again. Tfv. Haven As Crosby. p...."v ('tnei.. Att't''
Beaver testified that her brother : 4120 4t Eli! IN (- ,,.,,
He said that McCool tried twice .to Other witnesses told of seeingtwo
D. C. testified that hotly was removed to
Mrs. L. A. Sutler Far Hills/ lo funeral home where set the gas tank on fire and that came to live with her and her1 I men--one tall one short- -1 {ir'ult, "....... I r.,lf husband Rev. Victor Jones In '! "n' fi* f hnn<**."r. Ilioo' C
ho then arrested, the and
N. J. Gainesville doctors performed au man put 'I I' pushing the burning automobile : T1. 8timmrsll. Plaintiff vs. cbS

topsy. him in the city Jail He said that January. She said Beaver wrote' from the street Into the yard between Summerall, Defendant Or",.r 01 r" I1,' ate4ppear
i| his family weekly and sent them Case No. 8T>! ..,. .""" ,
,
he between .
saw Corbin standing I and Corbin .
POLICKMW:! IU LLY OVKR-: thp McCool : or
money. She last saw Mm alive I ... f,f PhlI.n4Io.. .. %nri %ntl.e Ti.I Rose 'r I
CLASSIFIEDwMftv m'KKET: : testified that he found his house and the burned car. houses where It was found by ,r.. KTfl'M nv VIO IIITo. and ml.Flunhlon.' ,,
I when she left the about
thn billfold. Inter Identified as LONMB: HARLEY, mechanic i apartment firemen. II ... Lillian Ptunmftrnll. who..* 1 rt
.. ,,1 p.m. March 2 for the picture and ,01.1I'e. In lot !S.' "" 1'.1.1 Y'ui
>HI'S 6 dny. I "caver's examined contents. driedIt said that lie removed the'gas show. At that time he was aloneIn After Sheriff P. D. Reddish had ; ... Sumter. South Carolina. : May 14'Coirt II-
work. out. and delivered to sheriff. tonic from M Cool's car In the taken into are requIred' to appear on I tn
mother the the two men custody I
'I house dressing.! nesday.'n. ci 'U 'M .1,. .hftV_ _.A. peek. ill
72 n"onabl.Tr.U.... P. O H.x8M ''' '
"'tR'k", Kin.. or Write,o"e Mrn III.-" 1 F.J>I'T'EU ,.SEUHKI: Chevrolet garage!: on March 13. He 1 SHERIFF REDDISH; final State':' and moved them out of town for : \. ;,""r':end eause, wherein;; plnlntlff; In Teleii' Iin."t fi,

1i 41 1P i rUl J'lw..r'I". N Wal-r Bt.WHAT .If ro''. testified that he and two. fire undelwriters emptied from the tank two and a witness, recalled to stand afternoon "safekeeping", Thomas P. Cason j I \ "fninnort divorce money: award tn defendant.of Children Win.nf aid.

examined the car ,on half gallons of gas, one matchstick recess.Baseball. I of Jacksonville Identified them on I County Telegraph", shall Stint' 14

AHI5: rt.ANH for steady In- Tuesday, March 8, and complete and two pieces of lend. The I sight In prison lineups (McCoolat .11." tM Order In next four 1951.(OFFir-Ut.. p. r

,4 .?0', A ItawMa-h.. nnslnn l INto the examination on Wednesday match had been 'struck and the I the State .Prison Halfoid, and I I..."....
.. l I'It.. 111M' I"".. wl>11 ""'""- "..* mY heed end offlrlnt, llvTl '
"! ti. msk's. Belt buckle was found In car reeopnlzed stem partially burned. Defense Finals Coibln at the Duval Jail .
'I', ,1 In liradfort) Bounty. : : County ) I 1 nt otarke, Florida this April T. PInn TAI
f i ",1, prnfllH Ni> '"""'r'"cnr,7' ? and Introduced as State's counsel objected twice to exhibitIng as the two men he had seen on the 'O B1 1\'.
I 'V'I'o"ny 1; "' .\ "''" \T.\ S .T Thom re
Exhibit B.SHERIFF. the match that
c1Ir.1.. on grounds of March 2 the old r' '
44 c ....t .IArl..I floww night on Kings- A. r'ueetr colA C.er
'ti. mAtion how to NTIa foundation for the exhibit ..... T..ft S. .h.. fl---.,.f, but
FAD.270-2G2 P. I). KFDDISItestified proper Next Lake at the of
toy
1..loth' n."I. .'n ''t Friday road rear a .... W.CJIF !
T-on'Irim, Ptark S'loet-i, fin
had
,,"I". r.nnWANET.VhIt5 not been laid. Harley said ho
that the billfold was the parked car, helping to hold up a I ... for Pit. 4'29 4t J'll'\ sta.
housekeeper to. lame as when Overstreet handedIt made four notches on the match I third man "apparently in a drunken I TIlE ulP7r.i()( ;

I ..I"V_ on prmINNM Tlox Rt onre.10. Lawt.V flM n.ia to him. but that he did! not make stem In order that he could Identify Because of !travel distance thd! condition". This man was later CoOOD11\' UMnl b

4 Jones. nt I, ;alp. 514. an Inventory of Its content-. it in front of the sheriff. I Eaat' Florida conference was divided Identified by Cason from a photo rircnl.,,,, In rtinncrrv.Cone Itrniiroril Conittr.lIS ill!). "I1Llcr! I IXUIOUI

----- -- -------An"---- 2PtYhoilNe :M.UtV IOU ItEAVEK testified TIIOMVS: CASO.V, Jacksonville! Into a Southern and a Northern graph as Ui-aver. I I,. Phthap. Plaintiff .... .T*. (

FOR flAI.I'1-.q ahout 3 IurNN miles from RO-ft.1'11ark"' lot I that she had been married seven 1 finance company adjuster, testified ', division for their annual baseball Rooert Lappe attendant at.1 l ...... or .Pbii'ntioo"' .'''n'.nt. Cod("'ace Vofl N"..81n To oh'

Also 2..Iory "ulhll"ContAct'" on NV' A years ago/ this May 8. Has four I as follows: He was on the old I tourney. Play starts Wednes-j local filling station testified that .n.. TTK! OF FI.oniI T-, 4 ,

Conk on 'pmpl., Waldo.! Av.__ 310 1414' children. Hasn't seen her husband Klngsley Lake road (State 16)) I day In both divisions with the final McCool driving the car that was J. fthehnn: whose residence I I.

If Inca January 11 when he left about 9:30: the night of March 2i,' game set for Friday night here. | later found burned drove Into the "r'' r*.fitir,,! '*f1 to appear on

f.}. 'U ,' ''''I. ''I to look for work. She spoke In and saw an automobile parked on I I The Northern 14th. 19R1. In the ahnvn nnm*.. PHIKREFRIGER.J(
division station
II tlION ef the around 8 o'clock the same
.. ,
.. find wherein plaIntiff
cans
.1.
"
..
forced
& "I,l .Iuk '"lIfl..unnh1 voice fighting to restrain the left hand side of the road. head-
....r..I. Conference baseball
chSVtP". I tourney be. night. A tall blond man later F divorce and restoratIon of
NIlFPIuIl1h' her emotions as she answered. the ed In the wrong direction. Ha ,1 I , 1 I II tN ::: : Ph. 5:10)WANTKD : gins here Wednesday afternoon identified as Corbln was on the > ..
Court Mnil, ". &tnrk. State's questions. Identified wal- stopped and anked If he could be of arr"p i shall nnhtl h this Order
May 9. at 1:00: o'clock. This first : front seat with McCool and a third i *4n t four weekly 1 I Ironies. '
let and contents and also belt any help. Three men he. later find, St. I ..nii niv bond and offlefnl' ] seal hrc'm
or Augustine facing P. man "with rather long black hair"Was I '
Cypress K.I ,
) Pine buckle as her husband's.TONY denuded as McCool Corbin and I Florida thla April Ilth. I
I' lVaV 1..hMt prlo"tumped -" I Yonge and at 8:13: : p. m. Wednes.day on the back seat Lappe said. !
or In lump eum. H. BKearoe. /.STEVENS photographer Beaver were there. All three appeared night Bradford meets Palatka. ,SEAT* A. J. Thomas. 214.95 it
The man on the back seat hand
Butler. Fla. An Clerk *>f sail, ronrf
I "ake testified that he took pictures of to be drunk. McCool and
612 .. if
Rtp I The winner of these two games, ed him a gasoline can and said TTnven Cronhy r>*putv Clerk :
. automobile and other views of the Corbin were attempting to get | SeMen Ridden' Eldff.. Daytnna
8Y8. meet Thursday night at 8 p. m. "Fill it with No Nox" .
flnoKK1flPING onl up Lappet .h. PInu'hia
4 COMP081'1'J11 scene. Beaver Into the back seat of the i '
n. IaeaI for nnII 1 bUNIfleM5 the local diamond and on Friday testified. He did for Plf. 4'13' 4t B4| refr
; erythlnt rIM.; : : YOU ;,111'ndlor"..::I In OflO County book. Dll. C. H. POLLARD University car. Asked how this case'came to'I' night the winner of this division I witness said and as the requested man In the the I (
It at I 1
$1 75. See tfJ his attention he said that he reada
.... of Florida professor and tox- faces the winner of the Southern back ge
'T.I.l -.. "" stepped out of the car, picked i
1, nEST-rAMn. turnlsbC'I Two Irologlst testified that he assistedDr. small article In a Jacksonville! I division here at 8 p. m. for the | ,up the can and put It In the car. | Circuit. ., In Ch Court..arrrr.Bradford Co.. r I)

FOR .hower hot water h..at.r, Henry Blank In the autopsy newspaper and contacted Sheriff Conference championship. Trophies! Orela, Plaintiff va. Alto 4 an''
rooms rtnhIIrNt 'I'ollrl..t Reddish. In testimony of other witnesses I I Grela Defendant.
: rplrhfPrAlor. "lArk". and took blood specimens from for the winner and runner-up will ,
No. 8374
UI"bWI1Y. I It was out j Case
brought that Beaver
I Court Keystone Up I4WEEfllNfl the body to his Gainesville laboratory LAUKENCK: .H GOER. employee be awarded. I ... O( Puhllretlnn And Notice' To
where he found no tracesof of the State Prison testified. !I the"two'' ,came to Starke about three weeks ..... ,NTATR! OF PL.ORIIIA Tot
0'1, AND BIRTHDAY CAKK9 carbon monoxide In the blood. that Cason Identified McCool in a The local squad split 1 1games before he met death and workedas I Jennie Qrela whose residence'

-u till., Ord.r. taken 8J.at DahmTJ line-up at the prison and that all I played this, week-edging; i a truck driver for Hercule.iI I Road Wilton Connectl-
\ lift_ Hlioppe. Phone This Indicated the man was dead extra'Inning ,
-un -- -and-5stt' before being burned, he said. men In the_n_ line were_ dressed__ nn__ the____ .4 Gainesville Hleh 5-4- In an ;I Powder Co. He had left his wlf I are required to appear on 'Jan.n
AUC-t4l acre t..rrn and losing to St.: Augustine and 14th. 1951. In the above pame<1
FOR .. four small children with his
IIOUNO ab"ut I nilIos t{ from Dlt. IIKNRV: BLANK testified same.H. II I and cause, wherein plaintiff
j blllhll"l oft 8-7 last Friday night over there. | people In Dalton. divorce. Bradford County
Ga. until
'k... Also 2.stoI'Y' he got
,,
"$ L STEVENS! .
'l'anmplC Ave. Cuu.IIt.'I that the body was In a badly burned Jacksonville, I I, .. shall publish this Order '
an-ct. lot on Jack Hazen pitched and batted settled here and could send
'I 3t"" 81( I for '
W. A. I'- .k. W"I.lo. and mutilated condition. Un- special agent for the National I four weekly Iflsue
the team to victory over Gainesville them. I .... my hand and official', seal]
.I II I W ANTKFi-.Reliable man. with car, desire of exposed loops of intestines Board of Fire Underwriters with I giving up 2 hits and knock-|I About 4:30 o'clock Friday afternoon I \ i ", Florida. this April llth
for ...IAbll.b..d contained three distinct 21 years experience In this field, .5
I vicinitY tarke. anSUX.H ing out 3 hits to his credit with 4 I March 2, Beaver received ,
punctures apparently made with testified that he examined the ,
,. .
,
I'',,ia, "", I I times at bat. The winning for his first
1 ary runI pay period total-
flo'l :lO .I' I'ItmIte U 11 t n..1 ne'mVillOforInt.rVICW. harp Instrument: down up ando burned automobile and that on the i pay I
4121 21" 51. I came In the bottom of the 8th 0111Al
Ing $102.29.
During the evening It '
J the left. The wound was suf- running board on the left hand side \ I
: '-B-room Karaite. apt. S Iclent to have caused death and there was a little burned place I Inning when Pig Davis raced home! was stated that he "flashed" his ,

won bwlri. ,.'n.M, 111.I I..th. .smis Colon-NI OVt. could not have been made by the across the running board which | from 1st on Hazen's 3rd hit of the'I money in a local beer parlor. Mc- p4''
Kent: door to
I waic-r'Iml I Fl"rl' hniitpr 14vNrD.YO11flg Ireman's axe. In his opinion. led Into the door of the car. This i game. I Cool was In this establishmentalso I

gIrl to lIt" light ICOIIEKT 1_\I'J>Io:, service sta- Indicated that some Inflammable The Tornadoes pounded McI and the two men left at the Office Supplies a

h,,".. :\Vork. Wlllliiir tn 'buys 'IU'' lon attendant testified that Mc I substance might have been placed I Kinney for 8 hIlts Including 2i same time when the place closed

HlKh.-t I. salary It"* Ut-I'. 111'.01. Cool and Corbln drove into station 01' spilled there causing the fire, i triples one each by Thomas and about 12 o'clock. It was. testified. NEW 1MPHILC '

R'I ford O Telegraph. HIerks.ttp- K'lIH r about 7:43: or 8 p.m., March : he said. | Hazen and 2 doubles by Jimmy I During his stay In Stark --' 'if I4

.. '"FII UHO". 2. A third man, he could not pos JIIASI'r.LE"LE!" \', waitress atJo i! Rowe. Hazet\ gave up 2 scattered I Beaver had lived In an apartmentat I

%II.n% .%..IV.. I'4..'".... "..iU'. itively Identify but "resembled" Jo's Place on South Walnut hits but Gainesville tied up the' Cherry and Eighth Streets with (

t' I'.UI'U....:... thml'n".ee.tI.NIIKIMIr.llll: : I photographs of Beaver, was on the Street, testified that on the night score 4-4 In the 5th' Inning on a 1 his sinter Mrs. Victor E. Jones. ,. !' I
I" UII..'* 4. .. ...nr". :< free base and Inter. and brother-in-law. Rev. Jones. ,
01 (.urf +. Mmll.nn SI. back seat. lof March 2 she saw McCool and an error 'I iioI

4 1'OSSTIo"F.S1: <4 recalled to : Beaver In the. place and they remained -:1 ference ruling on the catcher and who Is pastor of local Church of I I.ea
WANTEDIminmll'
\' MALI SIN OI"lnll'lI IIBLP, for r.\I..bl.\ .....n. to stand to present more pictures i there until closing time, a very timely double by Knight. munlcatlons school at Camp Bland- Ii itt
-
f' rail on farmerx %Wonderful 'Ppo The Bradford boys lost their I an
.limitV 116 to 130) "In 0. day Noe..tpm'rIm.n Ing. Classes were held in telephone -
> -- required Pormlmnrflt.Wrltt' second game of the season to Ket- radio and signal communi i 4 sha
lo.h.y. MNKH COMPANV. terllnus by a 1-run. Harold. Davis CI
lu.pl., A. Kreeport. III. Sip' I l4 pitched and was leading batter, cations. 1'5
; Cpl. Frank Dryden and Pvt. '
: WNTlt-OO0d, sober b rber. I getting 2 for 3. The local jumpedinto I buS
tlallre"I.,1 l Connie Clark are planning to attend
j i.iiy 1ft pureent. Alta-Vlsta St. a second Inning/ 6-4 lend and Di,
34
T. 11 ll-iu-tmm. service schools during the
; IIr".k,'\\11.*, I.Iim.I1EFItIOEItATOIt. 8II P 6I4 held It until the Yellow Jackets ; bjeI
1 summer. Cpl. A. J. Eaves III has
FOR SALE--* ftSorvel pounded Davis for 3 hits and 3 Zen
just completed an automobile
I liu'>. Baud condition. See GENERALELECTRIC runs In the bottom of the 6th Inn- You'll Say. .
,
Crow- mechanics course at Fort Jack
Mr.
at 60"Iadl.un: or Call --- Ing. Bradford got 6 hits and Ket- "The bestwritingfountain .h adit
eon ,noCI.N son S. C. and was one of the men '
S C 1 "13i.do5'. terllnus 9 hits. Jimmy Rowe open-
('TTON HAUt W ANT.I). Petety, I..... ed kip with a triple and collected a to receive the highest grades. pen I
overalls silk. rayon Cisise P1.1.4CerrIeg. ever used."
dunll.No uantn......... Umdrurd County TelFoil Tebl.P. .. single: his 2nd time to bat. ,
...>.' ..h. It I D..." Covered i 79 1 I
'' ...... CIe.e
14-aure truck farm, 4- _______ P1.iil"( 1 5c1i>> AND ONLY 2.00 Cl
HAI.E- ___________ NATIONALGUARD \
good barn I room. hOU""j timber. U. W t ur. (( in,
NOTES P/htjl .
ham xvley.. Kla "P /Uoi"Odi' POINTS REPLACEABLEFOR I .f lfl$

FOR flood SALE condition.:.-1 41 Dod 1961"e tllil.Panel 1'4.'truck.. W _. The local National Guard unit J ONLY 35cA ,. gI tbi ,

T. Khull. Sit Temple Ave. 3t 818| .J underwent Annual Armory Inspection Hide Variety Of PointsTo I ',-. Lit

WANTED-Man who has workIng G. ,J. McGRIFF I by the Inspecting General ).'ri.. Sat. May. 5 Suit Every Taste

knowledge. of modern bee hive from Third Army Headquarters Double Feature '1<

ConlBct liradford Co. Telegraph It 115$ W. Call St. Starke I Atlanta Thursday night. II,

Purpose of the Inspection is to .
Tea for Two sec
IX>HT-('yt.r.Ladle.... black)4t. and purse KeyntoneHelKhte. b.twA..nR determine the standing of the unit 3''

April 80( Mbvrnl: reward Adveae.nt In training supply, administration With orlll Day &: Gordon 543>> 9'1
Iteturn to Mrs. J. H Fields. 1tZ6il. strength and the degree or readiness SQ. IN. uJ
Chamber ll
Kt. I. "Htarke or the MacKoa
of ('"mrn.'.'', 1'P -5''t' t- in case! of mobilization.In SCREENPHLCO Pi" "
From where I Sit Bob 1 -AND- Ith
by Gray
Foil Io\AI.F.-On.. "Heabee. outboard .. past Inspections the local dw do
motor. Will cell cheap. Inquire I Guard has always received the, I KILLED .. / 1601. It' '
Carpenter'* t)ru" 1:1101': Stark. sensation in i,.
of which it value
rating "satisfactory"
lip must maintain In order to retain GERONIMOWith IiM4OIS' 16-inch televLwm.!y...l

'Olt flAI.--P..n..1,.: ,a-uiid running Truck condition U 17tbevrolet !: "Must You Hand It I II its Federal recognition and remain James Kill-ton: &: Virginia Philco Balanced h.'Mhtt'I."M.

with tag tit '.nn. 1'nlm.nnnoMlte In the town where It i Is located. -- brings new "
VnrmerM Market I Itp Ilrrrlck! enjoyment no bhtt1And
Prior to the Inspection Capt.
.
-I To ?" Cartoon and Serial Phucw CUII
Modern S-room ; raKeapnrtmenr. Sandy new
FUn IlENT- s Hugh B. Ingram Jr., company .uP"" va
Iliith nhower venetmn Chassis achievei
blind" and ec-reeni-d porch commander reported that every Sun.. Mon.. Tues. in wwk5f1< 'it
114Ve.t Madleon. Ad..lph lnv. t member was working hard toward ance even ..Itiwn # its ,
I Itp You know folks I llkct blue- receiving an award of excellent. May 6, 7, 8 d See it now -th
Si
IIOI'HK' FOIl, !itA I.F.-a shower'StoiletS ',!bll'.III.. rnltilrilH. or mocking bird knick-knacks. You see his "Team work of the unit Is wonderful -
and layoratory, _
bath* automatlo. SO-unl. .gas. water -In factmirnt any kind of "TEMT.PERA.NCE" didn't stop! ," he said. Many Guardsmen put Rogue RiverRory WI'

city b'alrr! wat..r.quarter| Ilnrstaln mile. eaet fur.of town cash,, birds but Jailbirdami I ..upp the stone at my window., In extra: hours at night on their I fled

It.T50 Terme roneldered Met ..N... foil do too. From a here I nit, we could own time working on training Calhoun & IVler Graven rerfr
local Ptront Heal Knliite: agent. or : supply class work etc.. In -
write Fred (luy. 1104 8. W. yrtA They're pretty nice to have do l with a l..t less of this Hell's preparation Two Cartoons &: News NUMIIID
r Onlnenvllle. Fla. 4t KU5FOH around because they sort remind fuolUhnviM Ihat the other !1 for the inspection. POINTScc6tetooh Philco Auto vii
nay
I Capt. Ingram all Wed. Thur.
urges employers
May 9, 10
I.F--On. T-fool Kelvlnatorrefrlreratrtr of the thing that
you fellow ran Ruszlo his "trmperato" '
A-l condition. 9125caeti. i to release Guardsmen without Double FeatureBomardier RANGE-'I Su,
Joe MartiniS, phone *9. happiness Is made of. at.>" LaSS of beer ami Mill live prejudice for summer field train-

tip One of our neighbor's boys and let live, when God *ajr. In Ing. "This b. must for all t [ata

CABIIIEK .WANTED little bookkeeping-Hl..h echooleducation evperlenc. named "Sandy" Just doesn't see III. Word: Guardsmen." he explained "and' .fHIW.eOINr' fOUNM/N 279.95 ,

.. Apply Telegraph of things that way though and "'V_ unto them that glteth we are not setting the policy. The I rat O'Brien & Randolph Scott HH
fit\ it I
was after the birds with a slingshot hl" neighbor drink. that put- orders com from higher head- -ANDValt FOR SALE AT :lth

FOIt RrlNT-neetrabte cInacinimtcar4ment Now I tent bottle quarters. Prior planning has already -
the other day. thy to him .
ytle .1.... .v trftrge" "'nllm"n ehndjr yaril or 7mIri Ap.*. guess that' his privilege but Slab. 2:13 started for this summer en- \ Disney'sBEAVER Bradford C. H. Nas 1.
I
O. I. Un-ln, 101 W MartUon.fp campment to be held at Fort County
5138flltrKFN" one of those rocks came tear- VALLEY
McClellon. Ala., July 8-22. Telegraph ii
PRYI"O '' fop ..1.! II Ing through the kitchen win-n Last weekend aU communication IN TKCIINICOLOtt General Sup .
on the tinnf J n Whlf., nr S dow broke the glass. and shattered t i I Istarje
Jlnl 7ft prill-fee *... Kill 11"> 0 rait I personnel' of the local unit Also New I

.. one of the wife's favorite along with others of the entire ,
J.oAT-IO "r Ilk. 'IC. It..I
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ward. Rox UI.A.e'\ 4" lip [ 124th Infantry attended a com ---- r

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