Bradford County telegraph
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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 18, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Sessional, Redistricting Bill (( % BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPHr.i

radfordln New 8th District

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;Drd County will become a part of the new Eighth (II Official County Publication Established 1111879

onal District, according to a bill which has been .
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ned sary as two a result by additional the[of fact its popunh seats that- Says : Work Is Started I New Trial Asked By McCool, Corbin 301 Widening

'since[ 1940. -

Eighth[ District\ will He'll 1 A motion for a new trial was on the ground that ,the court hada

d of the following 1CAlachua :! OnlSpur! Track filed In Circuit Court here Wednea- defense witness arrested whileon To Start Soon

Baker, Brad- day by Claude James McCool and the stand and lu the presence

,nbla, Dlxl, CllchrlstLafayette Marion S. Corbin, convicted on of the jury, which was highly prejudicial ,
Lvy, Madl- Run May 4 of first degree murder for to the defendants."

11 putnam Suwannee, At Farmers MarketThe the slaying of Claude Beaver in If the motion for a new trial Is Sen. Johns

I Union. Total popula- Starke on March 3. denied In Circuit Court here, the Says

Judge A. Z. Adklns stated yesterday defendants could appeal to the

e new plan the Second LEX: GREEN long-sought railroad spur track for the State Farmers that the date for a hearing State Supreme Court.

which Bradford Is Former Congressman Lex Green :\Market at Starke should be'a reality by early June. on the motion has not been set They were convicted of first degree In a telephone interview. Senator Charley E. Johns told
who served 20
be left ;with only years in Congress
would I yet. murderd with a recommendation the Telegraph: late Wednesday that bids will be advertised
Counties. TotalB318.352. before retiring to run for Governor -. Tho welcome news was! announced Through, their
E. John of
Clay attorneys,
mercy, which ordinarily next week on the moving of buildings
in 1944, said yesterday that this week and other: work in connection
following Corn Nelson
Buyers ExpectedAt and P. Guy Crews of Jacksonville carries a sentence of ,life Imprison- with obtaining the
bill according to his "present think- serIes of conference held here between : right-of-way for the widening of
was McCool
(striding and Corbin, asked I ment.
.loune last week with a Ing" he will be a candidate for officials of the Seaboard Market MondayBuyers for a new trial on 13 grounds one'I' McCool and Corbin are being U. S. 301 from the north city limit of Starke to Call Street.

19 and went on to the" Representative for the newly Railroad, the State Marketing will of which alleges' that "The Court][ held in the new Bradford County The notice to bidders will be

re It was adopted Mou- created Eighth District, which Includes I Board and the Bradford County State be at the Starke erred In not granting a mis-trial! Jail. published for two weeks, Inviting
t a single dissenting Bradford County. Farm Bureau. Farmers Market Monday tc BBS Green Cove contractors to submit sealed bid

"I have had a lot of encouragement I Seaboard engineers were here I begin operations on the 1931 corn to the State Road Department on

1 another trip back to ," Green said, "and the counties Thursday morning to set stakes deal the managment announced Recent all or any portion of the work,

however for concur now comprising the new | for the grading of the 1.020 foot yesterday.that In spite of the difficulty Property Sales Near $100,000to Meet FridayThe Senator Johns said The contracts.
many growers had in gettinga will be let
iiie amendment, tacked Eighth District have'altvaya been I aiding and it Is expected that the immediately thereafter
good stand of It i and
Senate, placing Citrus very good to me In all of my project will be completed in time the corn is expectedthat Several major property transfers to John A. Torode for $8.100. work ahould begin without
District rathere previous campaigns." for the peak of the Bradford crop will bo of I further delay, the Senator said
foe Fifth sufficient size and totaling close to $100,000, indicate The Nollmans also sold a pieceof Tornadoes make their final
Eighth, aa had been He stated that inhis opinion It County corn deal which will get tract the usual number quality to at. an active Interest in Starke property 100x100, Including a home stand of the current .base. Sen. Johns said that he talked
jcd the Housti. will be advantageous for the smaller under way next week.It of buyers. real estate ball Wednesday morning with State
In Around a thousand hampers of In recent weeks. house, at the Intersection' of Adams season tonight (Friday) when Road '
county Is the only new agricultural counties of this Is estimated that the Biding Tendergreen and Black Valentine Largest transaction was Ute purchase and Lafayette streets to Mr. and they meet the Green Cove Spring! fred McI Department<:ethan Chairman Al

t was not In the old Sec- area to be In a district to them- will cost around $15,000. Of this beans have been sold at the by Guy Andrews of the Mrs. L. H. Flitch for $3,500. Blue Devils In a sub-district con plans. for who approved the

it selves, rather than to be IncludedIn total the Seaboard will pay around ket so far at a $2.23 mar half Interest of his partner, George A house and two lot. at the Intersection teat. The winner of this game right-of-way obtaining for the necessary

the same group with metropolitan $7,000 including the cost of an aver.gebringing H. Bunch, In the Starke Motor of Nona and (Water enters the district tournament the widening pro.

Baseball Duval County as they were In electric automatic switch: the 2250.: growers an estimated Court. Documentary stamps In. streets.was sold by S. E. Sparks to starting next Thursday afternoon ject and stated that the department .

the old Second. State will pay $3,500; and Brad Three hundred bushels of Irish dicate a consideration of $....,,000. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Henry Shepherd In St. Augustine and will be pitted i the work was ready to go ahead wlt'

ments Green said his Intentions are tc ford County will take care of the potatoes have 1 Second major business transfer for 7800. against the winner of the Lake without further delay.
been It
here at estimated
Here make the race unless called backto expense of the grading, using. its an average of $1.23. was the sale by William Sapp of A residence on Church street City-Fletcher game at 2:13: p. m.I. quire the that It will re.

Played active duty by the Navy. Now. own road crew to do the work. An estimated 400 acres of his grocery and general merchan. waa sold by Mrs. Della Silcox tc !May 21. Other teams entered In $138,000 expenditure of approximately -

Bill, | Hardaker of Lake. 99 years old, &he Bradford The aiding will extend to the In the county will begin maturing pe.pp i dise store on Highway 16 to Volley Jeff and Ollie Lewis for $.BOO. the distrIct are Holies. St. Paula to obtain the neeessary .

tment Chairman of the Countian served as a lieutenant west end of the new auction block soon and should bring considerable Starling for $8,000.A W' E. fowling sold a IBp-aerr and Ketterllnus, the host school.. project.right-of-way It ,will be for the 301

Legion's Junior Baae- commander attached to the Navy'i platform, lying between it and revenue into the county. piece of property 100x110 at tract to Ben F. Hall for $3,000. The Final winner of this district will,' move the front of necessary to
legal section during World War II the main market platform. The the southeast intersection of Madison property Is located south of the old enter' the state high school base several buildings
m for the State of Flounced strawberry deal la all but back a few feet .
and Is now a naval reservist. and Monroe Streets was sole* Gardiner ball tournament In Ft. Pierce. requiring extenlvo
this .week in a Final negotiations for the siding ended, and many growers have'al I place on the Brownlee II tearing! down and rebuild!
by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
were made at a meeting held ready road. Monday afternoon the local
J. Thomas, Jr. localt plowed up their fields. The ing. The money will be advanced
> Commander. that the Bids Are SoughtOn in the courthouse here Monday season totals now stand at 23,2811 squad lost. a clone one to Seabreeze the State Road Department and by
night attended by J. L. Hutson, crates shipped for there 2-1. All scoring came i In the
Tournament for the Wind-Thrown an estimated< repaid by tha county over
nurth District had beento Seaboard division freight agent, return of $230,023.94.Bennett I Rotes on Bikes vs. Lions on DonkeysFun first Inning, Dr"oIfor.ThontllR\ years from the seventh a periodof cent

begin on Tuesday Blanding Timber R. B. Alvarez assistant directorof scoring by vlrtura of a fielder's gasoline tax.
State Markets, J. R. Kelly, choice a base on bulls and Hazen's The
fcj that the Tournament actual resurfacing of
representing the Bradford Farm for the entire Is first hit of the Seabreeze the
,egion's North Florida Invitations for bids have been family bicycles are the nldfallhlnnod"hlgh game. highway, after the
teen scheduled to begin \Issued by the U. S. Corps of Bureau, and other interested par Of Brooker Mill promised when the Starke Lions! wheelers," tandems and scored their 2 runs on a free bane obtained has been' budgeted right-of-way' by the Is
ties. and Rotnrlnnn cross bats Friday bikes with on balls a hit butter and a timely
July 31. Both the Engineers, Department of the For Oil eccentric wheels that department at $100,000.
til,I Area Junior Legion Army. for the sale of property of It Is believed that the siding ProcessingThe night, May 23, Is what will probably make them buck worse thin the double by Rrnc'-, Hazen and Rowe

tournaments have been the United States at Camp Bland. will greatly facilitate the handling : go down in history as the donkeys.In each collected 2 hits for 3 times at A.

i Starke again this year., ing, according to Col. Richard W. of the corn crop here this seaxon. Lung oil possibility of using facilities! the wackiest baseball game ever seen addition to the novelty hull bat ami! tAint was all of Bradford'shits C. Long In Position
manufacturing here. name, there will bit demonstration Seabreeze got 3 hits off Of
Hardaker announced Pearson, District Engineer. Jack. Corn volume Is expected to be at Brooker for a I Responsibility
L much-needed castor; The game will be played with of Dansby, who relieved '
sonville. about the same as last year's. Although safety on bicycles presented was by
teat would meaning be double that elinv eachbe """The, property offered for sale acreage Is greater average oil to the production U. S. Agriculture has been suggested! one team mounted' on trained don- with the cooperation of the National Davis In the top of the 5th Inning. I' With Texas Company

consists of All wind thrown timber yield Is expected to be off somewhat Depart keys and the other team riding on Safety Council and the Ill- Davis gave up no hits but walked I
defeated twice be- located Government land whichcomprises because of the difficulty ment by Rep. Charlea Bennett { trick. square-wheeled bicycles. cycle Institute of America. Each 3 and hit one batter. I A. C. Long a native of Starve
eliminated. All garnet The congressman also pointed Either bicycles donkeys wouldbe child and son of Judge and Mrs. A, V.
adult Is
farmers experienced In getting a or urged to registerhis The home town crowd that didn'tsee
,a portion of the Bland-
en Innings and will blight out that Florida farm area could a In Itself but bn Long of Gainesville hall
novelty comfbinjng. bicycle and hand for recently
of the ,
good stand because the Unusually on UIB'K. F. C. tournament
at the local school ing reservation. Bids-will be received cold winter. be used to raise castor"" bean. \.;, '! .. the two ,is something t>.-t demonstration" .. lam wpek.IIWN. '"'lrtt'nlJ110I11. games! /iectei.Exsfptjve Vice J'n.il ..
by the District;> Engineer: st.. In a letter to th., department: ,%W people will want to- miss, All '"urged fo dent l of the Texan Company:: and
.6'.fI L" fcsonrvnie""imtn 'PSTJune When 'completed, four ears' parents are ,be promising high school .
: can
,i'iThomas*-has 1f{' (..:.- Ja 9 .. ni : Bennett notes that the Govern The donkeys are from the "00111Award" present to see the 1114 tit bicycle player given responsibility of all foreign
:: 6, and the award made there be loaded at the siding at one time In action. Deland Duttc.Joare/ operations of
Is the
will start training'withan ment studying
plans ta'utillze
: donkey show that has entertained riding In traffic and what should be company In
f the new champ. of the conferenceand
Legion Junior Teamoon after. / thousands of acres in the western throughout the world done to promote the safety of chil both the eastern and western hem.
as school is out., Prospective bidders may obtain part of the country for castor oil and made' thousands laugh. The dren. received tha beautiful trophyby l ispheres.. The announcement wan

tiring the first week of bid forms from the Corps ofj I Cripple Clinic crops, to alleviate the shortage ofthe turning buck Pnlatku 42. Pa. matte' following a recent meetingof
Engineers' Office P. O. Box 4970 Istka received the runner-up trophy the Board of Director
oil In
>ys in Starke and Brad- .which Is needed for military New
ity, who were not 11 Jacksonville 1, Florida Colonel, purposes.. I Mutual Company Organized To Bring Phone presented by B. H. S. principal York City.

, age who before are Interested January,In 1 Pearson said. Set For May 25Under considered He suggested In the that plun, Florida and, point be : Service To Rural Area Around Melrose Charles partln.Pnlotka's Wes Ollnaon. slolo the had Prior been to Vice till Prcxldant time Mr.In chargeof Long

Iseball are urged tc Shuford HumphreysTied out that the Brooker plant could! The firm of Patterson A Dewar Fo Co. will be In Mi'trose, with show from nil players by his nuiH-/ Foreign/ Operations In the eastern

process 10,000 tone of castor oila engineer, of Decstur branch In : terful pitching: In 3 games. In 22 hemisphere. He Jolnnd the
Ca. has exchanges Brooker
for further
of the FlorIda
paper ants the auspices Texas
For LeadIn Company In 1030 .
Innings pitched, he 13 hit.nn,1 as a ServIce
year without hindering Its tung been selected to design the plnnt Wit ldo, Interlai-hen Orange gave up
Crippled Children's Commission Station
regarding an organ. collected 4 to his own credit. Supervisor for the
oil production. of the
Softball LeagueAn new Santa Fe Telephone' Springs and other population centers -
leetlng which will soon and American Legion Co., inc. of demand occasion. Up to the 7th inning of the finals) Domestic Sales Department Ho
Mclrone. as
56 and Auxiliary the annual clinic I later served' In
with many capacities In
the 1951 team. alert Shuford team handed for crippled children will be held Calvin WilliamsIs ihorlly begin construction, of It* A loan of $171,000) was allocatedto superb Delund ball soil Gliimon, had Di-lnnd was pitching hnn,l- Foreign Operations and! In the

>I Junior Legion Base. Humphreys Its first defeat of the Friday, May 23, at the Bradford system to bring telephone service. I the Santa Fe Co. on January 11 Central Territory For a period
Mail Clerk cuffed with lead but he weakened
to :
softball season Monday night rural residents In a l.Boo/ by the Rural Electrification: Administration durinII'0
Is square rl I IVar
sponsored jointly by County Health Department. Registration In the 7th and allowed Ddund < II ho wan
">v Motor & beating the Gold-digger 5-3. will begin at 8'00 a. m. At Alaska PostT. mile area around Mel rone. i for construction of 233 to tie the 2 doubles ands petroleum attache for the State
Company score
The on '
An easy 14-4 win over FFA and children will be exa'mlned In Santa Fe Co., newly org nlx. miles of telephone lines to serve Department In London, after
Ff:!rd-White Post 56, Tuesday night placed Shuford up order of their registration., Sgt. Calvin C. Williams i I' ed mutual will acquire the plant' 1,412 potential member, subscriber free ba e on balls that soul the which he wan appointed Assistant

lie I in Legion. with Humphries at the top of the serving as a Air Force mail clerk of tho Southern! Bell Telephone & In the area agreed upon. Release of game Into an extra Inning affair. In Manager of the Central Territory.
For the past few years this Telegraph Co. In funds under terms of the the top of the 8th, Gllsmm struck
league with three wins each.In in charge of a post office ir the Melrose, allocation Mr. Long wan. born In StarkA
ture Boostsor the second game Monday ; diagnostic clinic has included Alaska.He Swan Lake', Lake Santa Fe and I wns made conditional upon the out the fat man up, walked the r and lived here until the age of 13

night Alvarez defeated FFA 1210.In I Bradford, Clay, and Union Count. was recently written up a' Orange Heights area under A pur- raising. / by Santa Fe of sufficient second, struck out the 3rd rnnn when the family moved to Palatka. .

Aged the first game Tuesday night, ea. Due to the Increased loada "Sourdough of the Week" In hi'unlt's hnse agreement confirmed May equity capital to constitute 10'"fOrc't'nt and then Poland's pitcher" Manning He has. many friends here

Camp Blanding beat Hercules 10-4. separate clinic will be held for newspaper which commenteC 2. of the total amount neededto banged, out hi* second double In who will learn with interest of his

::te E. Conner advised Thursday night Hercules played each county this year. This clinic, that Williams has had a i.ireui: Properties Involved In the agreement construct the system.A successive innings. untieing the new promotion. _

iph by wire yesterday Humphreys and Camp'Blanding will Include Bradford only and the ranging through throwing Lock: Include cable station wlr. sufficient sum hns now boon score The 4th run for Dvlnnd came

louse appropriation for played Alvarez, but scores were others will be announced at a later on the football field, to thr win tnII'I n'l other items of outsIde raised by the sale of common and on a wild pitch the only) one of Rotarians Hear

Instance was Increased not known at prem time. date. Children from Keystone THmni: shells at the Japanese. t< nlnnt In the Southern! Hell.system, preferred stock to member-sub the tournament chalked up against.

making the total wel. Next Monday nIght the program, Heights vicinity are invited to this throwing mall all a Marine and extending from the south shoreof scribers In thn Melrose-VValdo vicinity Gllison who In tIne 3 R.imes pitcher Library DiscussionAn
], struck 40.
Lake out batters
inprlatlon now stand aIn Is: Humphreys vs. Alvarez; Hercules clinic. later as an airman. Geneva to Mnlrosa and and by sale of preferred
ndlolnlnjr 'lakes, thence Delind reached. the finals. by Inh'rrMtln// discussion of the
the House bill vs. FFA. The staff from the Crippled Williams .was born In RJnxcoid cant to stock to non-members of the company
reese Alvarez vs Orange Heights and vicinity. meet the for edging Sanford 1-0 and New modern HItS library was given at
received my full Next Tuesday night: Children's Commission' will IncludeDr. Ga. and I Is a brother of Mrs. L A to requirements
Conner said. Shuford; Camp Blanding vs FFA John F. Lovejoy and Dr. I Shepherd of the State Farm. Earl) Under agreements reached be release of funds needed to complete Smyrna 83. the Rotary Club Wednesday by
tween the two the Installation In the Mis Audrey Newman librarian.She .
companies, Santa new
In 1940 ho went
George I. Raybln, orthopedic to work for th
4 of Jacksonville, Dr. James U. S. Postal Service and In 181' Fe will serve a 1..100 square mile Mclrose-Wsldo area with trunk- C of C MeetingAt stated that the school libra
Sites .
Believed Camo surgeon
To Be Seeking Miss Pa- joined the Marines. th area around Melrose in East Put line connections for the entire system ry now has n total of 4,000 volumes
C. Lanier, pejlatrlclan. Assigned to
nam County, west Alachua County to Gainesville, Noon and ranks well! up near the
ttdoor Troop Training Next Winter tricia Burke! Mr. Bremer brace 2nd Marine Division, he saw actioi TodayA In
north top comparison with otherchoni
Marlon I
County .iioiith- Officers of the Santa Fe Company
on Tarawa and ,
fitter and Miss Jacklyn Doubely Salpan aa a 73mnI .
libraries In the stat,. More
4rmy Department's chamber. On the Senate side two howitzer west Clay County and southern are a* follows: Morrl B. checkup meeting In' the membership -
an- Assisting will be Dr. pack gunner.During
secretary. I I than 210 student
make of the
''t that Democrats Johnson of Texas andetl'"I frndforrt County An agreement Storer, president; Hewlett 5. And- drive currently being con- uMe
eight surplus A. Y. Covlngton, Director of the I.,, the Guam campaign hi hAil also been library facilities dally, she said.
I'' ,, and a Republican rcnrheil on territor. erson vice president' ; D. P. Lyon
of Ml-ni'slppl.
Including Camp County Health Department and I I post office background caught ulJ tat boundaries ducted by the Chamber of Commerce Miss Newman explained the
III he Inspected and Morse of Oregon, might staff with him and he became battalion the Starke manager; J. Emory Cross, general'
members 'of his Including J, Telephone will be held at the Oul Co.
"r' possible be able to pull some strings at the II mall clerk. I counsel; R. H. Kelley, secretary;
reactivation. Mrs. Joyce Rlherd and Mrs. ArllnU. Grill at noon today (Friday). how It Is promoted through
''I Indicate Pentagon If the top brass Is susceptible The central office of the Santa W. M. Bender, treasurer.iIIlntroduced .
something : McKnight, public health nurse. "After the war I wanted s All worker' are urged to get use of the library facilities.She .
an Inventory of the to Influence from Capitol Jack Trawick, sanitarian and* change from mall handling, so I In all the membership they can wan. Introduced by James A,

11111. On the House side are list-I Mrs. Hazel Green secretary. bought a grocery store In Palutka I Vets Must ApplyImmediately For this morning and be ready to report Lewis. who had charge of the
the ed Democratic representativesHilda ,
opinion voiced
This clinic Is free of charge Sgt. Williams relates. "Two year at noon.Bradford. I program!! for the day
\i ago by the writer of and Fisher of Texas. Win- Is'to examine and of that was plenty. In 1947 I re For Newsome DamagesA
and Us purpose
well-known Washlng"lurans. stead of Mississippi and Wicker- turned to the the Air Fon-
service '
The article con. sham of Oklahoma with one Republican offer aid to any crippled child this time." On Farm TrainingAny bill to pay R. A. Newsome

Norbald ,of Oregot', whc' under 21 years of age. For follow- I two atTurner $83! .88 for damage received In an Farms Decline 10 Percent
and treatment, spent pleasant years World War II Veteran
r' Holland could add their .welnht to any up hospttalizatlon automobile arcl4-nt near LawteyIn I
and Smath- AFB In
Georgia I local On-the-
that have a my desiring to enter the
Congreuman Bennett. pleas that might be made." only those cases .wife Iris and my two girls, Sandra Farm under the September, 1919 was IntroducedIn
bus In crippling condition that can bej I training program, the legislature last week by Sen. In Past Five Years Census Shows
announcing the D, and Sherrle
of by the benefited by treatment and whose 3. They caughtup C;. I. Bill of Rights should make Charley John ,
man Inquiry ,
ding In the list In answer to an able to, with me In 1949, and by January application Immediately, accord. I
''''gnatel for Telegraph' < Adjutant General parents are not financially I The accident occurred", on abridge
Inspection 1950 I waa In Alaska.
'"lered' <1 slgnlflcent.' how- Mark Lance said yesterday that pay for the service In whole or In Cal' love of ing to V. R. Ferguson local Vocational -l on the old, State Road 13 There are 10 percent fewer has become noticeably smaller In 1"

all eight eamp8Bland"da. he had received no Information part, are accepted for care. Its football which got Agriculture Teacher and 'cut-off a mile and a half south ofLswtey. farms In Bradford County now recent years", due to the fact that
start when he .
Shelby and McCain concerning the proposed Army Old patients will be examinedby ball has played higi'school Director 9f the Veterans On Farm Newsome claims that than there were In 1913, accordingto larger land companies have bought
PPl. such continued throughthe Training program. under the Information released by MerrillC. up Individual holdings for the T
Bowie and Swift In survey of Blanding. Any the surgeon so as to check up the bridge was supervision
f-'r lu Oklahoma. Rob- project would naturally clear on treatments which have been years. the past two yearn While the present law provide of the State Road Department Lofton southeastern regional purpose of pulpwood and naval

\rkansa. and White in through his office before starting. previously given. New case* will he has refereed service game that all veterans .who hope or planon that It was f ulty, and director of the U. S. Department of stores operations. Other small
which he says are the toughest of to to .
re n regions whose cll- he said. examined and those needing using their rights go caused the wreck. Commerce In Atlanta. farms are being converted to Improved
all to officiate. school other of trainIng .
or take types
P'rmlt extensive train- _- i hoepltal care will be sent to Jack The bill wa referred to the Reporting an analysis of the 19- pasture development, Indicating
'If iiver Wrecking Corp..' must be In training by July and claims. conductedby the Increasing Importance
all through the Army Camp sonville. committee on pensions B4 census of agriculture
nths.to been disposingof ', BHS Homemakers 25, 1931 the On Farm Training of the livestock Industry
the firm that has consisting of sandwlche. the Commerce Department's

many like the Army buildings and other surplus for ,,, and Lunch drinks, will be served to all To Present Fashion program be requires submitted"' that on or all before applications Hospital MeetingSet Bureau of the Census. Mr. Lotion II la Bradford County.For .
ne or more In property at Camp Blanding and children attending the said the number of farms In Bradford purposes of the agriculturecensus
camps to parents the second Monday of the month
and West for outdoor the past four years, expects clinic by members of the American Show In USO the month In which thetralnlnll' For TonightA County In 1950 was placed at last year a farm was defined
r troops next wind up its affairs there some preceding 768 a* compared with 831 In 1915 of three
winter. land
Auxiliary. a* or moot
the Department
'* amps now used for time this s mmer. At the pre.enttime Legion Students In homemaking classes is to begin. meeting of local person interested In the State of Florida as s

K the expanding Army It has' some 73: employees on at Bradford High School will, of Education starts all In the establishment and,whole! the Census Bureau also recorded acres on which agricultural products

''I I :llmatcally| In states the payroll. BennettSeaman present a fashion show on Friday veteran-trainees. In training only operation of a hospital In Stark a decline In the number of exclusive of home garden

r*. winters where out- AU but 20 of the 3.000 buildingsIt Seaman May 18. at 8.00: p.m. In the USO on the first of each month It will be held tonight (Friday) in1 I farm from 61.139: to 06,810. A total valued at $1:10: or more were produced

'. .'ers in winter must had to sell have been disposedof. 1st ClaM > Building. necessarily results that the actual the Central Restaurant. of 49 counties In Florida recorded or land of less than three
Ovld4I -1IBe":
be curtailed. left the States Featured In the show will be deadline for making applicationfor It Is expected that Sen. Charley decreases In number of farms acres on which the value of

t tpected that all eight nett in Korea. His order have cotton garments made by stu On Farm Training program I Is E. Johns. and Rep. Doyle E. Con- and 27 reflected an Increase. product. sold amounted to $130: or

I reactivated so the Equipment Sold duty been changed a. he Is now sta. dents In sport and dressy styles .June 10, 1931. ncr will attend the meeting.The This decline reflect a generally more. In 1913 the definition of a
< until: Any veteran Interested In enter- trend of e farm was "land which
Upt bllIty for recom- Honed in Yokl SukJapan.\ : active sports clothes and other local hospital committee ls recognized population on products
wlll\ govern the Army' Much of the equipment In the orders. His address Is: Ovid i, ins the local On Farm Training headed by Mrs. lAx Green chair. way from the farm toward thet valued at $2150 or more were pro-

it's final' decision. If so North Florida Clinic was moved future Bennett BOSN. 55947 USS types of garments. program Is urged to contact Mr. man, and S. E. Simmons, cochairman. .''/n* and itle. Here In Bradford duced". with no reference to home

at a disadvantage, hav- out this ..week having been> pur. >!I". A. p. O. 1315' Fleet Post There wUl be no admission Ferguson at the Bradford County County the number of email farm gardening or products IIOld.L .
0! Alabama \\D. The public Is Invited. j
in charge.
c "ntatlon on the Arm. chased by a hospital sol rice, San Francisco: Calif High
mmlttees In elder The portion of the equipment

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y4 May 20, 1031. Mrs. Thomas, our! freezer with shell beans and 17th. Their husbands were Invited. Hall and children. Afternoon I Shirley Appear W Tot Tuck Oalnev Parks M;;, -.Car ..

-' Bradford County Telecranh!! mualc teacher has arranged special squash. Her mayhawi are there I There Is a place In the Training guests were Mr. and Mrs.Rudolphand T. N. Address You are Unkno'n.hereby notified that therebeth the after Plnlntiri fibsplymwith ,, sad Finn. I, i
music for the occasion Rev R. C. waiting school to close before the Union for every age. In the Adult Norman and son, Gerald ii.nTulckaInslthe I ,: Circuit Ellsa. lh. "i Illt'l
I for the month Joe Allen Sapp Mr.. and Mrs t ) CourtChanceryfoher \.r'''
business Union the theme
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OWNCMCDITOREvery Gray will preach the sermon and jelly begins.Joe ereo "lh"t' .
and Jon of is: Choose You This Day- U A. Crosby and children and Corns alntlsodathatthe prr 'nfttean
all the ministers of the communityhave Lazenby set out I May ta against y. u i I'
been Invited to take part In 1000 Hungarian Wax pepper "A Godly Home or a Pagan House- Ruth Crosby. relief; therein prayed for a WITNESS/ q i In y"rdi!

hbUshNl Friday and Entered aa Second the service. The eight grade has plants Monday In dry sand. Even hold." The subject for discussion Pvt. Warren J. Starling son of divorce.This I.. therefore, to command you >f our May f\uol4OFFICIAL; lr r hno", t
Clam Matter at the Poet Office at Starke. Flav selected members of the seventh If they did water them, the I I Sunday May 20th will be "The Mrs. Alma Starling and the late to file your written appearance In (

grade to act as ushers and senti chances seem slim. The plants. Family and the Church", 6:45: : p.m. Joseph Starling arrived Friday fora said cause on or before Monday. PEAL, H I
MEMBER b 1957BubMrlption nels. were ordered from Tifton, Ga. four The Catholic Church announces 30 day leave from Alaska. Juno 11. 1951 before, and July you I,shall last,there.sf serve By Hav Bradford n ," ,, .

The members of the eight gradeare weeks ago and they just arrived i that there will be no Mass in Key copy ofr your defenses, \\t any, on :-"bl GCENERAI r.III'

Annually $1.00 For 8U Monthsi busy selling tickets for their Think they must have come from stone the rest of this month. Services See the NEW REMINGTON --. "
92.50 'fI1I/fY play, "Aunt Letty's Niece" which Europe or Africa judging the time will be resumed in June. Portable Typewriter( at the Brad-.
will\ be given In the school aucll- and they were about! 4" high Plans are taking shape for the ford County Trlfgraph. All the advantages

Chicago 111. torlon Friday night, May 18, at leaves fallen off with little roots if Vacation Bible School of the Community 1 or a standard machine Inconvenient
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whidden and 8:00: o'clock. I any. If they live It'll be a miracle Church. The school will, portable size.
HAMPTONIly New River GraduatesWe run from June 11 to June 21 with I .
two children Larry and Brendyand NOTICE, TO APPEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill\ and are proud to extend congratulations Mrs. Autry Vance as Superintendent. << In Circuit ('..urt. Bradford County,
Mm. SI. C. SweeneyB. Klnrlilni In ( haneery.Amelia .
daughter Wendy, left Friday to.. The Life And Times to four High School 111. Thomas, Plaintiff v..
visit their relatives in Michigan. I Of New River FolksBy Graduates In our community this In the morning service corsages John K. Thomas, lefen'naetNo. 1423 --- ElE
M. A. Rally were to the oldest Mother
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McGrath of school closing: Marjorie Moody Notice To Apprnr.
+ The Bible Memory Association Milwaukee, Wis. and Pvt. Ronald Jennie Lee Lazenby Mary L. Andrews, Seeber Doyle Mrs. Ella Bird and to her To: John e;. Thomas Hotel whose Strand.resl, C.'OIO'Y. "Stl I...d....."
; Rally will be held on Saturday evening i Andrews Joe grand daughter as the denne and addrosa ist: e Chrome piat,
i McGrath of Fort Bennlng Ga. and Dowling Lazen' youngest 24 Kant Park Avenue, Long Beach d i
; : at 8 o'clock In the First spent several days last week with The Karnle Southerlanda are now by. These four, along with 16 Mother. There were three babies Long Inland, New York. Carna0 Duron' c..Tobi.(M VPotltir
Church. The B. M. A. You, are .hereby. notified that a 7
T, Christian .I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall. ccupylng the John and Ella Dukes others, who are finishing else- baptized; David Stevens Stuckey suit for Divorce him been. filed Plaitlc, Ouif.pr Chat.
h contestants will present the program Steven Qittman of Virginia arrived home Earnle and son Gene are where and are In other fields, began son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stuckey; against! you In the above named .f c..,

display their book awards the first of the week for a working in Keystone Heights. 12 short years ago in the New Marcia Leone Haberstroh, daughter mired Court and to nerve cause. a copy and you of your are answer re-*
and receive the Bibles, which their : River School of Mr. and Mrs. Haberstroh or pleading to the complainton till/1 Oaf
r visit with his sister, Mrs. K, B. They are expecting their son Earn building The next ; ,
listeners Mrs MarjorIe Dodd will Watterson. est Jr. from Germany home soon.. year, the new now unused school and Richard Theodore Martin son Frank the Landrum Plaintiff's Ktarke Attorney, Florida andfile T. rJ

give them aa one of the final gifts Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox visited I Leslie Sapp has a TimesUnionroute building was built of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin. | the original In the office of the
from. B. M. A. for completing the I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or he.
D. J. Phillips and family at There now. He's quite an early Joe L. Dowling of Live Oak The Christian Endeavor Societyhad fore 11th of 1911) G. J.
A r:11\ : ognr::
s' first memory training course. liK McGRlf
HSO. Sunday. riser to get all those papers delivered -.who has undergone an operation in a dinner and special program I the t said
free week's camp at Toccoa FallsIn Complaint will be taken as confessed -
i June Is also to these young Mrs Douglas Hardy and children, and back to school In time. St. Vincent's Hospital recentlycame honoring their mothers on Sunday by you. 145W.CallSt.siiFULLY
open U. L. Hlnson and daughters Peggy The M. S. Hayes of Gainesville by to visit with his mother night In the Club House. I Thin notice shall he publishedonce
folks. .
each week for tour consecutive
Brenda attended Long Bridge Christian Mrs. Rhoda Dowling. she accompanied I Fathers were not Invited.
GuestsMr. and Sue enjoyed a family weeks In the Bradford County Tele
Mother Day
; I reunion in Tampa on Sunday.Mrs. Church Sunday. him to his home and Social Items graph.
and Mrs. Arnold Haddock Claude May and Mrs. M. C. Gee and Alvle Werr are en. staved until. after_ Hfotiinra' Day Rev. and Mrs. Welds have returned Dated this dth day of May, 1951.
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her mother (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas,
of Jacksonville visited I
Sweeney attended a Stanley Joying a visit from her brothel Tommy and Vivian Holden ol from a trip to South Flori Clerk. of the Circuit Court.
d Mrs. Dan Johnson. Hostess Party at the home of Mrs. I and siater-in-law, Ted and Eckle Jacksonville\ who had spent da. In Key West, where they helda By Haven. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Mrs. Joe Call, of Waldo spent I Fred Dodd at Keystone on Wednesday Hall of Suwanee and children Mothers' Day with her mother family reunion they visited their 1 slit a en t .
Sunday with her mother, Mrs., night. Mrs. Martha Kodatt, of While visiting Ted says he'll "en- Mrs Joe L. Dowling brought their daughter, Mrs. J. Cellar 'and in In Circuit' TO APPRtll
I Cleve Cox. Jacksonville was the demonstrator. I Joy" helping George put down a Grandmother home. West Palm' Beach, they visited Ftarldsji In Court.('......llmdrorU..,.. County EQUIPPEDthe

Mr. and Mrs. Olen Bedenbaughand The Young People class of the pump. I Russel Green stuck up to hit Mrs. Weld's sister Miss JosephineBahl. Ian Lou W. Robinson Robinson Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Betty -

family of Deland were weekend Baptist Church entertained witha Cucumber Pickle-The easy word (Which we knew he would.) They traveled down state Notice. To Appear.

guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L.. wiener roast Saturday night. way-By Evelyn Southerland. When he dug his "later he gaveus .with Rev. Weld's brother, W. A. Case 8421 most modern and efficient
( and Mr. and Mrs. L. Wash cucumbers and drain Weld of Mlnneopolls who To Petty Lou R whose equip.
Bedenbaugh dry. ,
stoppedover .ln..D.rt
Mrs. Ida Myrick and H. V. Sax girls (Mana and me) out residence' 1 is 6005 K. .
D. Elland. on of Pompano last week visitedMr. Drop these dried off cucumbers "bucket of potatoes" for waitingfor I In Keystone to pick them up. Street Denver. Colorado ment available to the profession ii
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon and Into boiling vinegar which has the news. Now he has the Mrs. Betty Graham, daughter of You are hereby notified that a
daughter Mian Evelyn Lucy of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saxon.W. been sweetened and spiced to suit news! His truck farming seem. Mrs. Vivian Sanders, is here fora suit against for you Divorce In the has above been named filed used by this funeral home in main.

Jacksonville\ Orle Wiggins. Miss H. Griffin recently visited he taste. When they turn yellowish very successful. His Irish potatoes brief vacation. She has been in Court and cause and you are required
Peggy Ann Wiggins Bobby, Jimmy relatives In Jacksonville and Way. remove and pack In jars. Pour the were unusually productive. They're Ft. Myers but is moving to Or- or to pleading serve. a; copy to the of complainton your answer taining its well "known standard of

:I and Gene Wiggins of Starke cross Ga. boiling vinegar over them. Put a working over there ange Park where she will be em- the Plaintiffs Attorney t Zuch H.
-seemingly Service.DeW .
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. pinch of alum and about 1-4 ployed as secretary to Dr. Douglas 1105-607 Lynch Building,
spent tea- Kle-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams both day and night. His trucks are Jacksonville Florida and file the.. s
H. B. Wiggins. and children Nell and Jimmy of spoon salt to a 1 qt. jar. Seal. always loaded and golrg.\ emelr, psychologist at Moose original In the office of the Clerkof I T T C. JONESPhone
Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner and These Haven. Mrs. Sander's the Circuit Court on or before
Dunnellon Wil are as crisp a year later as son, Sgt.
) are spending Mr. Certainly enjoyed visit tc the 11th day of June, 1951: other
daughter of Gainesville were dinner liams' .week vaction In Hampton. now. Suggestion: Tumerlc added my Dudley Sanders Is visiting her also wise the allegations of said Complaint 7 Starke, Fla.
( guests of his sister, Mrs. Margaret On Sunday they were guests of will help the coloring.Sgt. ,Sam the other and Alice MrGarvy in Lawtey.: He Is here on a forty day leave .will be taken as confessed .
Htnaon.I Mr. William's sister, Mrs. Ed. Durban and Mrs. David Souther. busy at their They were quite and will\ go from here to Fort Ben This notice shall) be 'puMI..h..d Funeral, Director AmbulanceOur Sri
road aide
I Horne with two other land stand Ga. once each week. for four
Miss Martha Law are now in Ft. Benning, Ga 'I nlng. consecutive
In Other
ley. were
friends who attending guests which made it very interesting too Mrs. G. week In the Bradford County Tele local funeral horn enables us to offer convaij
college are Mrs. Ida Williams, Russell Williams They come home most every weekend E. Wiggins, who has graph.
i the U. of F. Miss Johanna Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mat- They gave me some Kohl Rabl. been ill\ for several days has goneto Dated this loth day of May 1951. services not otherwise available.We .
when I left and was it good Monday (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Williams The
Dalbo and Miss Fostlne friendly old stork paid hit Grer S. C.
chett and and Mr. and
for Mother Clerk of the Circuit Court.
enjoyed Sunday with the J. W. Mrs. Marvin Williams all of Harap- visits to two families around here I night supper. peeled Spike Vance was home on leave By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Home family.Mr. tort. last week: Frank L. and Emma the bulbs and cooked them In last week. 6111| 4t till I furnish the highest type service at lowest

and Mrs. P. M. Boothby of Lou Tomlinson and Albert and .with the leaves. They were wonder Mrs. Redfearn Sr. is In the In Circuit" Court-Ilrndtord County, accept ANT
Miami, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. HAMPTON ( 1I00L.NEW8The Eunice, Moody. They each are enjoying ful. hospital In Gainesville\ for obser Floridai. Lanyola In Ckancery.Hone ,. Plaintiff. vs. Louis company, as payment In part or In full on t foj
t Charlie Cox. graduating class of Hampton a new son. Both 8 pound ere The E. L. Kelleys enjoyed a vation. I Lanyola Defendant. Consultation carries no obligation.
' ( Bert Hlnson, Jr. 'arrived home Elementary School will have plus. The new little Tomlinson Is visit with the Grady Kelleys and Mr. Bernkopf who has been In Order Of Publication And Case.Notice No. 843 To

early Mothers' Day morning after the baccalaureate service in the named Frank Leonard (may be attended to business In Tallahassee the hospital has returned home. Appear sTATE OV FLORIIIA 'J',..
y ( pending the past ten months In school auditorium at 4:00: P. M.gkSPECIM called Frankie Lynn) while at this recently. Eustace Lee Jr. also attended I Mr. and Mrs. Detweiler have Louis Unknown Lanyota, whose residence Is
.writing the new Master Moody to business while there. bought the Newhall !house' on Key. You are required to appear on
t surviving without a burdensomename. stone Lake. June llth 1151 In the above named From where I J J'One 1
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff sit..byJoc
Sara McDonald entertainedwith seeks divorce, care, custody and con.
People are busy canning beans I Kevstone HeightsBy five tables of Canasta last I trol of minor child and restorationof
prior name Rrnndford County
squash, strawberries mayhaw Jelly Friday evening honoring ht'ri Telegraph shall publish this Order
and huckleberries. Most of the Mrs Sara D.. McDonali daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. A. Mc- In next four weekly issuer.Witness .
berries Donald of mv hand and official seal For The Boo
are Into
going freezers
at Htarke, Florida, this May 9th
THIS WEEK ONLY Mana Wiggins found quite a few Church Note Bane Ball Scores. Itftl
high bush huckleberries and put Because of the increased Illness Last Wednesday the Midgets As Clerk of aald Court
them and strawberries. Into her of his wife, Rev. Engelmann found played Middleburg winning 8 to By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
freezer. it necessary to resign aa pastor of 5. Sunday they played Florahome, Daytona Ray Srlden-Belden Bench, Florida. Building Mice. Reynolds our town JibrarFrom where I ait,.<
The writer has almost filled het the First Baptist Church. The winning 2 to 0. Charles Haskins Attys. for Fit. Bill: 4t Oil| ian, really put a smart-aleck mo sometimes a little (H

prayers of the members will go pitched the no-hit, no-run game \OTICK torist In his place last week- "sound off" before aright !
--, -._- ,- :- n :... '" '!AIJE with him and his family wherever and Lane Sibley brought In the .The Hoard of County Commissioners in center of town, corner of derstand what it'silu:i ii
will accept senior offerings' at
they .are. winning run. 10:00: o'clock A. M June 4. A. D 1 :Main and Walnut. try to see the other!

) se TIIRIFTYIBUY Rev. Ray Koontz Director of B. equipment lint for the: following described Her car stalled 1. tying up traffic. in whatever he Jon-

I Ii S. U. work in all the colleges and A medium duty Commercial Most drivers just waited quietly votes, what he ttith
Universities of the state supplied GRAHAMBy cooking trio Range.surface with 24"either x 24"a (or EI..C-\\ -realizing she couldn't help It- his preference is f fOil i

t the pulpit at both services last about)i: specifications or 4 calrod units "C Commercial but one fellow kept blaring away beer or buttermilkon -*

Sunday. The best available minister Mr*. John McKlnny A 10 cu. ft.
i EXRA cas"p."f r will supply until another pastorcan ,, nntal of or domestlo U type H Klectrlc'pe, (Specify Refrigerator as- So Miss Reynolds Ret out of her _In the way" of our ids

NO C.a be secured. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fowler to design> &: make of refrigerator It: car, walk over and says sweetly/ matters.

HOlf.R Last Sunday, the Sunday.School and their niece, .Sherley of Orlando I model Alternate.). bids will lie considered "I'm afraid I can't start my ..n-

presented corsages to the foU w. spent the weekend with her for comparable, equipment operated gine. If you'd like to try I'll stay .
U11btn Ing members honoring them on parents. Mr. and Mrs John Mc-' by Uy gas Order of the Hoard of founlv i j here and lean on that horn for c9
"urtb3se Mother's Day; the oldest mother, Kinney. I Commissioners of ITadfurd Coun,>" That him!
r you.
with every Mrs. H. E. Kelly, 79; the youngest Leonard :May 7, A. D., 1951.
McKInney cf Sanford A. J. Thomas, ("lerk
fpo mother, Mrs. Wm. Wolf 19: and
Mrs. I. B. Tyre with six children spent Mothers Day with his parents Order of Publication. and \ntle* T. Copyright, I9jl,I'nittd i>tila f S'<"
and Mrs. John McKin-I
Via'' 7'f present In Sunday School. ney.

e SST The monthly business of the Dor Mrs. EqulIIa Roberts spent the
'..., cas Class was held at the home of weekend in Paterson Ga. with her

Mrs.E. T Davis Monday evening, sIBt"r-ln-lalv.\ Alvin 'Vudln.r. .
with Mrs. Elbert Allman aa co- [ and Mrs. Dugger Jones of OnDy FORD

NOW FOR hostess. After the.business s.'sdon.dellclous Sampson and \Mr. and Jtr Horace
1 refreshments were served Vamps of Jacksonville: were
GRADUATIONGIFTS and a period of fellowship en- visiting Mr. and Mrs.'Edd Parish
joyed. There .were present fifteen Sunday.

ht members and three visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellington of .

J Jt Jt : ; On Lai/'Aicay Plan The W. M. S. had their combined Starke were guests of her par. in its field.
t business and
program meeting ents. and Mrs. George Rivers. .

"..,...<{; B'EAUTIFULSELECTION together with a covered dish luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal were -
t .....,..,,',' at the Church Thursday, May visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dyal
AJ....il.. Sunday afternoon.
t {7'Klt2S OF -C. '.. :" :- : .:. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas of V'offers fine V- 8 Power

Hampton were Sunday guests of
HamiltonBulova her mother" Irs. P. O. Starling

s 1 & ElginWATCHES NO BEERS children Mr. and of Mrs.Mlcnopy Frank spent Hines Sunday and Coffers Automatic Ride Control

visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. O.

,'4 WEEKLY E RVE DAT Starling.Mrs.. .Mack McKlnzy and babyof V'offers Automatic Mileage Maker e ed'

__ Jacksonville spent the week

CENTRAL with her parents Mr. and Mrs. coffers

O Rebuilt byM John.Surency.Mr. and Mrs.. Foster Reynoldand i seats with five-foot hip room

Experts SOD, Richard will leave this

cf s r15Yre Guarantee RESTAURANT week for Norfolk, Va. V'offers Double-Seal King-Size Brakes)

PRICE Mrs. Harley Starling gave Mrs.
a x : Niw Motor + a And DRIVE-IN Pansy Starling a Stork shower

? NewC5 Speed 4 p Thursday night.PINE .' Coffers choice of. 3 great d :

$15.00 Down p+rControt 'rp1f'

New 'Sew 17-Jewel. Smartly Styled -
& -F'
I Conventional
4 Ui't New Carrying in Gold Filled Cases ; LEVEL ,

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,'1. I 33.75 dup Pvt. for {eatunM'1f
{ Benjamin Starling Jr. arrived Check it feature
home Sunday morning from
For LIMITED TIME Fort Jackson S. C. where he is in
May Bring Your
the 45th
Battery Aviation Field
T t e "fj ONLYSee ENTIRE FAMILYand Artillery 8th Inf. Dlv. He will !(.. edit.Pay

leave Saturday for Seattle Wash ,:
Our Window ;
7 1 :>o.\'t: enjoy good Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petcher of

;" "MAII.ThI.Coupon !' Jacksonville spent Friday night c -
'. wholesome food and with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. rMe1MMMII

M .- ..arr..,: iTodoy/ GEMJewelry I II Mrs. A. F. Hall and children of,I / .o.tf..t eI ..... _. ,...--to...
ACME VACUUM STOnE8lnc. beveragesin Jacksonville attended Church here I I Gr ._04 V-S plwI.sr__,,. ""p.le .='.':'."._. ",.'
I Mety Csedl
408 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville Fla.I a Sunday.
II M..tk .r
Rev. and Mri. W. E. Hall returned I ch.d11
would Uk. a free home demonstration of your fully gOerantt | home Tew< ,
S wln Machine at no obligation t. me.y I arddMr. .. t
.d rebuilt\ Singer ; j I conducting aRevival, meeting In

Nam. ............................... ...............: I jI Georgia. % '! Si FOR
The H. M. McRaes had as dinner i

'1 Address!; ....4... ......e.ecc..rr.se..e.errrc.eee. .. I ICItI guests Sunday their childrenMr. "Test Drive" the
SEABOARD R.< R. Complete and Mrs J. W. McRae and

.- .................. ........ f Watch Inspector Fountain Service boys, Mr. anti Mrs. A. R. McRae ANDREWS
I' R. P. D. A4d.-PI Send Specific! DlreeUoM and Mr. MOTOR PA
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Rae and family and Mrs. A. F. Phone 118 '
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To Harry Charles Kent whose I April '
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residence la Unknown T, 'u a' .' hereby notified that a
v.GENEVA You are hereby notified that a OEO I. PATTES'Admlnt.trator I "<" t for Divorce has been filed Ward ('ity II! T 110t I. ,in., i"r.., ft s ,.f NHf
of the EMate' fill1: ", NK':
nil It for Dlvorte hnn been filed iiicalnst you In the above nam..da11d 2rJ
of e
Krvlna f fI'I 3
A Ronnolds. dv- ', :: ; l'l \Ir. L. A. Orlen 484 inn W
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against" you In the above named. ccnvod.NOTICH' tause and you are r. t "t7. ,t : In I :' fl K': I"'ttN"
Court and cause and you are required 'iuit'd, .o serve a copy of your answer l.olM ::1 I 4 f L. A. Brown 1 72 I ,
Itlk 15 inn ft to
In-he Cunningham to serve a copy of your .answer TO A PI'F..'It or pleading to the complaint JJ: 40 ti ot 'V 100 Ft B. C. Hicks 220 I Com. nt NH) bejg Cor of IS' 22 ... F. Keller, A.t. .v.v'0

or pleading to the complaint In Circuit. I..mirl Bradford I nn the Plaintiffs. Attorneys, llothsteln lIt Frnd hilt 17 WM nf NMH A ,
.. the Plaintiffs Attorney Znch Couaty, A: Warren. lOR Smith Building, 11.015 3. 4 Ou. 11 U = run
n It.ToIgt&s Florida In ( ..Da. ..,. ot I'lk 18 lIarre\1\ i 105 ft VT 310 ft ".
frl,mis of Emery &OS-607 Lynch Building.Jacksonville. Jean.'t Mllruy, Plaintiff. vs. Les Jacksonville., Florida and tllof' the .Lois I 1'1/- 11. 11 cf Say 1 fT'LOJ for a pt of beg _" ,
j Lind see him home Florida and file the tar U. Mllroy Defendant original In the. office of the. Clerk of Itik L. A. Brown 127 thence' runV II rt .
, tn original In the office of the Clerk Case No. 8400' the Circuit Court on or before the :; 5. I. 7. at Dlk ft it loll ft It Ill) ft ',_ '

Ing nicely after re- of the Circuit Court on or before the, \Oti.'e To Appear. 20th day of May, 1951 ; otherwise .1. 'V. Thomas 4CC N 105 tt 10 flog IS I U 1 3. F. K.ll.r Agt c
Luke'llksonvllle. 25th day of May, 151. otherwise To', the allegations of said Complaintwill flF.4 ot flF.4 Lot 5. nlk I : Inwllng 11.93
In St. ; the : Lester (1 lIIlIl'oy.'ho... resi 1 to 40 Mn.. Evelyn Io'. Thomas 11.11 .
neratlon be taken as confessed by N .v' ('...k SI' ) ..
) Allegations of said Complaint will dence la Unknown vou In\\.t 4 &: all n. (I. SariIe,1
Mr. Coop- be 'taken as confessed by you. I You are hereby notified that This notice shall be published NTtl of N4 I 8 ofof : Lepul Ok 04. .
officer. This notice, shall b. suit for a ones each week for four consecutive 15 1 10 l'g 41)11, 28 I U '" ?
to -.llIOn
,,1 I naval published Divorce has been. filed weeks In the Eradford County Tele All NW' nt NW" N R. n. C.lt9n 4.11 11100. 4 51Orilssi
once each week for four consecutivewaeke against" you In the above named Rd'

Sarasota. la that the In the Bradford County Tele- Court .and cause and you are re graph.Dated this 21st day of April 1951. NE'',. or IIW. "SE" 11 1 to .0 J. Z. Williams 10' 'rsa cof CIssrke 2'1 U 22

Dad" Forsythe rethe "Tinted quired to serve a copy of your an.sWer (OFFICIAL "t Nv', r.o' 5. ,Jo.
this' 2 ur pleading" to the complaint, rWt4 ot Mrs. W. T. Marshall
same.r (OFFICIAL/ SISAL A .J. Thomas, on the Plaintiffs Attorney Znch H of the Circuit Court All 10:,,. ot IIE';Nil" 15 7 20 100( C. F. Pada..tt .57NJo't IJJ 21501 U ot 1.0'' 1 131.04
Clerk By Haven Crosby Deputy: Clerk ofof 8.otrtlkl3l "Sli
if the Circuit Court Douglas ,
Mrs. Maurice BrlnNty -;I By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Jacksonville, 505-607 Florida Lynch and Building tile the, 4127 4t 6118 All F.-.t: N NIo'\4 H.I. \ of 11 7 to I L. Z. Wiljiame 191NE' ft .' .5, Sunseel IY-b(Ira. II-I'

da- will be sorry 4127 4t 5118 original In the office. of the Cloth In Circuit ('""rf. llrndford County 8 ot Rd 1. 17 R. I A 24 u.s It nt wiof tori,.. Jno.
I 1. Carlton Sit '
of ,. 20
week In the Circuit Court In 59Co 1.,,?
for death last In < tre.1t Court, on or before the Plorlilai In hnncerr. ofLot 4 A N 10 tof

hospital. Mr. Brinier Florida I. Chancery Bradford County, 2fth allegations day of of May. said.1951 Complaint: otherwise will all Olya Theodore' Raderlck. R ,Rmlerlck Defendant.Case Plaintiff. vs. 10010.4,. 1'.8'I.f III 7'If!:" NofItd.. I S It I Julia Fryer Inn. J kWt; ot Lot cI ot

( Ruth Frith and William Wright }Bates plaintiff vs. be taken as confessed by you. Nn. 8995 l' 30. Iii: 40: 41' IInn..1 Labels. 51244

She Mary ElUaboth Bates Defendant. This notice shall. be published Order Of PnhlleatloK And Not lee TAppear 41 III. 4R. 4" &0'6k to] '7(1( tt ot Lot I or r torIes. be, ,
,r her life here. Case Nn 8418 once each week for four consecutive STAIN OF Totolga 51'a U/I 54. 65: N8: 101k 37
ibv her husband and Order Appear. Of Sr\TW Pnblleadon OK FLOIIIDA And Notice Toi To weeks greet In the Bradford County Tele naderlck whose residence, la u.: i"Ondlawn.: / II. U.: Lot 1.<1 70 I of tt I"Ik n F.JO: A. Z. .Adkina. Jr. 91 Dt

blidren. Two sisters, Mary Elisabeth Bates, who... rest Pnted. this Stet Unknown: Lots 80. U Woodlawn 10. 8 U SOO T... L. Rhnden 19 ULo' W4 1 Fill CORranloaB 18
and Mrs. donee la Main Street, Pennsvllle (OFFICIAL day of April. 1951. You are required to appear on ,, R6. 31 11 G U 10 L. L. Rhod..n. 49S a l 10 tur'rt"nt\I'. :: 41
Grlffls SEAL) A ,
Thomas, May
lao New Jersey: 29th. 19IS1 In the above namedCourt "" i.fl.: GO .. W. ot Ilk 18
Starke two You are required tn Clerk of the Circuit Court and cause, wherein plaintiff In 1t:4: 5-, 1Yo!: nr 1.uts 1. Hn.pltRI '
appear Hy Haven ondlRW S. 5. n'.n
/Bpcn.: on Crosby Deputy Clerk seek divorce. E' 11 GO Ouy Frian Allrnr. 18 U
Bradford County I
also June 4th 1051 In the above named ". lIt 1.1. So U of 111k' '
,ior and Tommy Court and ..au.e. wherein plaintiff 427| 4t Bill Telegraph" shall publish this Order "", can I.. 8 91 ft tl'.r: 1 Ill tt ot Titus Olson 3924
seeks divorce.Bradford I xo.rtn1ro In next four weekly Issues. Lots 39. 40."oodl 11 R U 10 OUY Friar 511.1 It SO rt ot nile III aa

County Telegraph" shall In Circuit <' APPE4H Witness my hnnd and official seal a"'n 12 G U 20 T. O. Whaki.t)'. I U ett.flde.! on Jona.y': ,
of the W. J. onrt. llmdfurd ('oa.t)'. at r..t Tr".t". M'ip.
Florida .
guestS\ publish this Order In Rtarke this April 19th. n. Woodltwn
1"toriiflt I
next tour In ( (
hnncerr. Lot, 11 5 10 FloreneC, V. Lapulka 480I"IJ I I."t 100( .A. it'. .And. '
| Mr. and Mrs. weekly Issues.Witness Katie Lee ln 5. 6 7 N 9 111 U tt 1: son 93.111
ere oft my hand and official seal Edward Taylor Plaintiff vs. Lee (OFFICIAL, SEAT.) A. J. Thomas.As I iu. '24; 28. I" hv IllS tt N" to
"I'f i
.1rl\ and daughter: at ftsrke. Florida this May let, 1951. Taylor Defendant. Clerk of said Court j a\l n huunolpII ..n N"r'h

:Mrs. Whltesldea (OFFICIAL /PEAL; ) A. J. Thomas Votlre. To Appear. Case No. 8401 Pv tlnven Crosby. Deputy Clerk Lots 21. 22. I?. 2R 17. 15 I U 110 L. L. nhod"n 2575III I.,, .'nil FIt. It iby ... '
As Clerk of nay SeMen. Relden 1< r"ldg., Dayton. In: \i'oOditwn H"d"'IIY tli. IS. U
Irfr of Charlotte/. By Haven Crosby said Court To', Lee Fdward Taylor.. whose Reach Florl<1n. Lo', I. t. 3. IS G U 60 C. L. Jhos. 19 07IT Bl54si I1n Lebora. 19Ut
Deputy Clerk H. U 18 tOi'eI
Inert hom after a six i __ 6'4' 4In 6'25': _residence. Is Unknown. Attys. for Fl?. 4'27 4t 1118? Ii. IN. C W'1o ot'I..i ('um lII..II."n"t N\\-& (lime"or ,nr. .

['.th his daughter and' I Florida fOrmiC Court nradford ('oa..t,.. NOTICE 4l w""fawn': :;I au 13 13Lo'.. 35 In. ;,;"r\.tI till. .49 ft ruin 14 ICC N; \Intl ft

Illle, 'II I I.anpir'tltt.; I NotIce' I. hereby given that the following described lands will be sold Lt" :! 34 In Wood. 11 I U U5 I.. 1.. nhllde" 5104 I Jo: so rt t. i't of beg U In"'. A.

., Norris of LaCrosse: g. Williams, Defendant.. vs. Alvin it Pllhllf'! anctlnn nn the Zflth daY of May. 151. at 12 o'clock noon, at the ""dl"wn Corn at :II"r nt Dissent Jr. 17 90
", City Hall In Stnrke. Fin. tn PRY the amount due for 1B50 taxes, herein Lt" ; I. 27. 1. 0 U 20 I... L. BliodenI 8.40 IIIIPll8t l'nronnR"
Lither U.
Mrs. Frances Orde-iv Of Cn.n.. 8418 t't nTlO5ite' to tile name together' with all costs of such sale .and adverOrliclnnl :3 I:,. 37. U.'Nt 4 I..t C rnn. N 70 tt
PoMleatliin 38. &
of her 4ml Entire To 1I..lnOl'. of 1.16. ; Jo: "A tl t..r n I.t ..t .
I the homo Appear. RTATB Of FMtltlnt Tol 39 III all Lois i''g then,'" null N .

,. and sister Mr. and Alvtn' CJ. Williams. whose residence survey 51 10.: II tot: .H: 45. 44 51."f..III1WA 141 It 1ft I'rollt' Sit.
? Mothers .a I'nknown : Town .., *..nrke 2H 122 41. oi. InLnt. 'h..n.... !I III..n.. "t.

\IIAlln on You are required tn appear on rnt 5 7 nf Blk 11 Mrs. -W T. Marshall 85.03Sunsenl I 82. 3l 17 G U :05 L' L. nhorJen un J1/I! / tt tft HI k 0,.,...
lIe ta .were Mr. and June 4th 1951. In the above named. E 21 1)6)* Ft of Lots &11.61. r... n.41. .U.' .49.. -I-wTI II...,,,... '\' I Oft'
and children Court and cause wherein plaintiff f. ,1 nf nik 19 Ex at: 67: i ft 'II 276 It 10 Ill ot
KerseY .eeks divorce j': 82: ii: : 1,1'if
general s 32 ItS .
equitable IS ,
Her re- laboratories, 48 05 ill. III s roOL I U I1n. :11. K. Hull
Ire Springs. Inc In W.o.llnwn 14. 7.n
nradford County Telegraph shall 84 2IS' Ft nfof 'V'.. ot 18 5 II lU L. L. IIhGd..n 42.15 1.I.1".hn.. 'i'ruby .0 f..... '
IJMr. and Mrs. E. C. publish this. Order In next four Lot 4 ft N 10 Ft Wly Let IS A: IO'n nf :14 o' I'4: BC. II 32rt
Meekly Issues.Wltnetia. ot Wt i.l.4 or T.ota. 40 81 i. R .r
others Day were Mr. ot Lot I nfL J\"to ot Plk 11 &
my hand and official Real Hlk 20 Runseal laboratories 53.60 WOOflnw"r.ot 43' In w'. or l.'uts, 1 I. J et .
retire Sudberry of N6ft..rke.. Florida, this May 3rd Inc. T.nt 8M lq I 2 20 T.. h nhn.l..n'. 5 H l.oi 4 ..t 1111. 11
and Mrs. Leslie t 720 P't BuSt .27 11" N 1 ot In Wonfllnwn 1Y G 2: 10 Lo I... lthode't I.U 1.11 l..l? r :iuik 2A N. T.: T'u'iltm 9 1 53
(OFFICIAL, SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas H Bill CaranUasSitnaeal 1375 W""ulnw.r."t H In I lift ft & A JeSus Ilr"un II n

$icksonvllle. Mr. and Aa Clerk of said Court E'nt Lots 1. 2. G ot L ots 2. 3.t 19 I 22 BOtto, Schmidt 1.18 IIn tl IQ III W In "'fu;
i.ver and IT
: U. 2.1 ;
ChaH. R Hess H' 2)
204-01 Inc. i
Ancv Farms. and Mrs. Uulldlng, Jacksonville,Guaranty Florida Life S 01 Ft of N"171 Ft' il'n 28.: In 'Vood. 1':'. 'I"tll "t I'N I i.? 1lI"'Yo ISomer Adltln. 1.10

| Mrs. J. E. McDon-' Atty. for Pit. 514 4t 5125 of E HO( Ft of Blk 29 ro'l,1 ot 20 Un( T.. 1.. 1I1100"'n, 81 II : N ft of
r. as Extended on En. NW11' I/t 8114' :3 : : 10 FlilbeIh. 'rtnc'S 452 ..t 1,,,, J
imrst. Ga.v i OTrCF OF APPI.IC4.TIOV FOR sey Map; A:' W. Anderson !*.J7 l1artellTo. II 30 tt lit I..t I or :I1l1onl" Dell AustIn U U
11lk f7 .
| guests of Mrs. Ida TAX l)fKI: ) 1.01 J. IIIk :IattIe. Luu'tle
: Mlarellnneous 4M 11rlmel'
jipre her son-ln-Iaws MOUM lull \... 1MI3 !Slitrkr. Sect 2S B 33 .. II t.swlry. I..t .t, lllle t4ltliie Wllllome 181
I NOTICB IS HEREBY Com lot a of NPI CoP West at It.n..y 23 G 2:1: 48 3591
OIVEX. that T. J.
Is. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carl Frown the holder of the fol I of !SFI4\ of S :' \0 ii' U tt ot Lot 4 Alulerniart 181

Mr. and losonvt3le wln certificates. has filed said run W 210 F''. s'lOS JtJk 4 ot I.Iiiiastn. 'i'ru.suy .a t..... .,.101 so ...r". 28 ._
certificates! for EI'.B !ln Ft. N 105 nlk It Kg Mamle Orlttl. A.lmr., 16 f4 II tI
1 Biiabee of Silver sued thereon. The R tax certificate deed .to he Is. 1"\( Begom ,3.. 5'Kel1er. Agt. *.85 Blk 15 Lot 1 JII... Eno'h Ciriffle 1 U r''t' I t.t.IIr J
I Mr. and Mrs. R. L.Jnf scrlption bers and years of the of 'Issuance, the num do- nf at NEM NH;'o run nf:5E'H A 'to alf ut I'lk Iltk 7 25 "harll(Ic,,. P. Young ltoWe 791 I If I & I if r.ut .iii",.nfl..11 UI In

Starke. and Capt. names In' which property and the Ft. W 210 Ft. for a 010" Lot 2 0..0. 10'. Young Ill v iy es. A. 't ity, N
follows) It was assessed are Ft nr HI';. thence Eva A. Orant Ill by Lot 1 .. iIk I
KX. and Mrs. Hansen I as : run Hr 210 IcC. fI lOll fe IC hv l.ot 7 lit TIIk
Certificate No. 24. F'. JoJ 110 Ft. N 105 'l''o"n "r i.stit.r I I I.. ;'. & 1'0'. Adfl
"> flench.Hay Year of Issuance JunO t. :"'f af Itaiiwsy I. ....flo. 2J.: 20 .
A.D 1949. Ft In D"ir 3. )'.' Kelle. Act. 409O. 21'1. III /I .2:1Lol :I & : h. 'h"'ry, Nt.
guests of Mrs. Description of Property* WW of Om at NR rnr nf 9 1.I .ot 7. IlIk 3 (.rltnn 'h..t.ln 11 01

("Granny") wereHit SWljj of SWU Beo. 4, T. S 8., R. 23 't'% of "1':1nt NF>4 r..t 2 I Mub.dlv .t Lot 13 Sadie Crawford Ill I I..,.t.. 4. O. t.t nlk III M... u. 4'. LIvIngston '.18
E 10 Acres. & run W 175 Ft for r. 1. "' .on..1 Holliok 114 im I 111I t& ..t I..,, Ii ot 1I1.lIye) lI.rrlnllton 177
Brown. run W 60 Ft. S Nil V1 A".I "A" t" ilinrke
and wife of Wes. All of said property being In the 105 Ft. K 60 Ft. N S Et, or NiV14 otS n G II 10 Eliaa J. lilnkinc. E.t. 4 II11' w.4 ...tIlk 19 N.; I IS I II JIIn. 93. S. fowling SIll

II ter Mrs. Marie Lyle County of Bradford.. State ot Flori 105 Ft to Pi ..f /- I..t N f.t ltd 1 In 1'11'1'

plilren I< of Tampa and I da. Beg II. Little 4 44Runseal % ot ::00; Jo/o: at SELl: 25 5 U 10 John AII"n 117 '..r 00 ft 10) A: W hy
Unless such certificate, or certi.c'at. One Iot 100Ft R hf "W' lot t& N It toui't \ox:
A. Silvia of Tampa.' ti .. shall b. redeemed accord. W bv 105 Ft V A $tt4 u' ?S,WI' nt U I U II WIllie Cain 12Sf,I : : !io 'r. i.,
Finley and Mrs. L. Ing to law the property described a' bounded on V bv W % u' Nt'i ot HWI RF.4 IS B 23 10 C. C. Jo'r..t 348 4 kof. "''ek'j .4.1,1,; to

In such certificate or certificates Call st ft W by III nil Ni.: ,I. "t ; NIn rk. IS I II
In Galnes- will be sold to NE"4 r.1't iii. I1Ik 19 Cecil Manning lOPS
shopping the highest bidder Broadway Ht. Tjlhora- 4S.27 flWIo W..t Peek s
at the court house N:: Hy 25 I 22 J3 3. T. rrevatt ..\.101 10 "'Sitaik,
door on the first tortes, Ino t '.t NW", of SEI/ loss I .. I II I. D. Wllkl.
Monday. In month of June. 1951 COp 262U\ Ft F nf NR I.t St' ty 01' 1.11
: fly
I reported In last i which Is the 4 dav of June 1151 nf Iiroadway & & N'" of NF4 ot I II,. P5th III It \\'. .5 C's 'dd tn Clerks 210 0
Dated thin 20th day of Hoyt 8ts. A run Sivl. of 211W
hat Red Starling and I April 1951. IIW .
A. J Thomas N loll Ft. R 52'.* )o't. T hat 28 5 21 7:1.: T. ru".tt 8 tI I no tt ot Lots I, I.
caught some biff: Clerk of circuit Court of S 105 Ft, W62V? Ft 1" (:f J"qovr: : ..NWI4 W of ... ,. \ ; : lit ll1k I

spill in the lake ? Bradford County Florida Com to I't of Beg Clyde W. Colson 10.11 L Stnte H.I Nn. 200 I0' '''nt'8 Lots 4. I of ErIe: n. SOy,. n.n
at NW Cor of ,
to report that "Red" I 54t| 525| Baptist Parsonage "i'!.;""'<, VVK ;' Nn.F.1 of 13 0101 III Sin State,) that HII! .. I T."L R. dose In D..I J. Fred Ouy 48.81

>a The Cirrnitf'out': Of Lot A run N 70 Ft, H Part or N Ilk lIlt 1111. 97 JD. II .
lb. 3 since 000 ,
oz. one ; Bradford .J*, tt .t ? Leonard
rountr Florida l la t..P....". lit Ft. for a Pt of / s3L1' of $W'4 lying .' I I..,! 110 tt JI1 .. 'V Orlttl.. 4 U '
|.r. no spills in thei Pradford County Development En BpI!'. thence run R '.* \ :' ::'r State I f,3 No. ", '1'' Iv 10" tt JO & 93 In

I Richards terprises., Inc a widow, Plaintiff, et al vs Emma 141 thence Ft a to along front B.V Pt., I.
a nts. nu.*> .. p\t..nd-\ ZflS Ft to Blk 3 .:. I p. t." -- 5'Pi'ia. Fist o.. OtIS ft 91 & H' .11" .1 '- S W ::!'fI tt ..t lt ot "]
BTl APPK.AIIvnrt. : I __ of Publication .nJ Volloe I Tnwn. thence '"a N end 715 : Lot a I" NEt'4 of i "S ;
to ft ;
Bradford County* Apr>_p lbs. W 146 Ff N 275 Ft. N&Mon \7 N f as I..rdpf't.t -
Nlste! of
Florida sidain
fhsncrrr.Plaintiff. I Angelina Welter If ) Tel to Pt of Beg. 'M. K. Hull Estate 454 NI1! Corner Ilk 14 I'.
'. alive. and It ( ., 21 1':2 II James A. Colline
v. Harry dead her unknown heirs devisees '. VI(, nt Nw,. 0' 8P111. '119 29 I II H. L. a..r,
E Defendant Mlsrellnnenna Stark, 28 II 22. '" "'WYo Cot Stark. heights 4 IS
I r..I'lp6r'1
e grantees creditors and other claim Lot I of MJtt4 of '
Blk 1Vest
8408fcirar. i 29 .
Case No. ants to the hereinafter .. N'N ot SFJ'i II Roland M.
described 111" Stuart
Pine SID
1.18 so
i Q. V. LeeB. rot
lands l claiming, by through" under Com at SW Coy IIWI)< at NW! ot I.In..ln
of 8m\4\ I iCy (44 .t 11K54 W 0' air. 112 II 24I
nr Against' her: the unknown heirs' Madison ft Myrtle 20 I 22 10 bY": Tharen US ,
: ::
devisees. grantees, creditors and run W 210 Ft N : '.0'. I nt rtJk 3
i KINDS OF other claimants, to the hereinafter S 1lt Ft. for n Pt iPioll' W4 a, 'J.1 of8W4 iso tl\ nt l I..t I ..t Ilk 0 1.011 Haiti. 8'.rk.' 8 It
described lands. claiming by.through, thence run AV r.t ot HWi: I I. I. 'I ut ItIk I ea Johneon 18 U

under. or against any or all OV.. 210 Ft, S 210 Ft, H i v % ot NW'L ot / NtI4 21 5 II 13 Unknown .14 S I..t 8. lIIk B J/J'tl/\/ 14'lrk.! 4 12ois
IOLSTERYfORK Livingston deceased, Mary T. Wil i.\O\ Ft N SIP Ft to 5EV. .t I'''t,. 1. 5. 7. 5. ot ,. tcCI.od 19
1 liams. deceased, Kate Livingston also Beg: C. HoltiendorfMrs. 444 E'nl8'V"J( U B'' 22 B nt..hardI..ln., 1.11 I r.1' k ::14. hattIe '
known as Kate J. Livingston deceased One tract of Land. 6(10 "t 4 ot NWV ,. I. .. nlk 14 5 I.oul.a "'lark.. I I'
Fmellne Livingston deceas FtN&SbylllOFt': ;o.\V14: f.lW'4 ot U B U B Thnma" row..r. le8 3 ('1.01 nt HIV Y.r lit L __ Johnson 4 12
e d.. Lee Morgan deceased Lee Morgan. W & W inHitcor offiKV I'cm nt lW nt NF.'t If B U 10 O. C. LI..Urot 420 r.\\"'r'if : -5-.
Inv r."r ., \ r,1oltrr'J; { ,
Jr.. deceased, ; The Florida Land I of UK !1.4 Ex NW'4 of t ,
t Craftsmen and, Immigration Company of Flori. I parcel' Peso 45r..efl riot N NVi4 3113 : S G58 tt to
da not: known to be existing I or I Ilk 60, Page A. M. Mlxon 2367 I't nt heg 530 ft for a iu.'g II I II Columbu.
Materials UsedShepherd dissolved, and Its unknown I'J 'IRO thence rlln, C"': 'H" 0mm NWI' Chsmb.rs 5doPt
lessors, trustees, stockholders sue and: I 7 fl r Park SI' ). W Jt: C'l Add to Stsrke, tre. 2H II 13: 'V TRO tt N 410 tt :,,. OI.rr' NI0'4 ef : .91.1 I
ther> claimants to the hereinafter I \V 90 Ft of Lots 1, 2. B 4t0 rt to NW'a ruin H SIll ttJoJ
I pi tlf
hrnugh. under.. by Lot 9 of Blk 3 H.OSllnnory 7 40 I IIW'' tt ot N E4\ .t 420 ft t" iiecW 14 8 2 2 Va..n,
Land and or against It; Flort'a Lot 4 of Blk 2 Tax Certificate. Mrs.. 1.49llowllnar i Ft ot fly IB 4 n..roth N. Orlltla IS'U. N '4 #ot NW'7,. sa ii u 40 Ala For''lh. I o
da Immigration Company a N\Vi! ot : : 10 J U. Lancaster If' /- "t HW'' "t IIIV' Jllln'.r .
dlasolved Florida corporation deo. Fierce) tlW\.i\ ut SE'4 It 2 V t tIv" I ui; I 7 U 10 Many T"rrell UI'
V. Seat Covers and HW'4 40 John Johnson "' .4 ot SELl' I.U
It.i unknown NI' or It I 23 12 00 {NV
fflcers successors trustees, ** ftah-nitUlon 28 9 22 ... SWi'11 nr 1I1':1:'{ of .r 4 7 n II LYdia
II Starke and other claimants tn the Lots 8. U. 10 of Blk 2 Marian Dowling Long S.01. NtvLl or BE\I\ of Tho N till\ tt nr that Collins 111
lerelnafter described lands clnlm- SE'l 80 C. K. I'erryman poriiii .., ur
I i ii ng bv, through under or against I I Kn..klnrtclltlon to MtarkeSO II 21: I B''l.or the following, ; 15 I 23 10.71: ..r NWI W'tv ,It

ii I i t t ; and any and all persons claimng L otc 2. 3 of hilt 5Iots Maurice. Edwards* Jr. 1 34 All NJotj: or NEu:I' w' 10 'I II 4 A. 3. "ch.nk
1__- _.... i any right, title, |lien or Interest 1. 2 of Plk 12 Floyd Oreen 4.70 "NWL.r Ihl IAO 10'0 i{ nt 1110:0ot: NWV 10 1 U fO Cora Lee 720
i il In nr to the following described i One Acre In SW cur, of ot N1I1'.4' 9g:: S A II that AI"rtl"" suf14t4 V. Si.v.nts 15.IB
l lands situate. In Marke, Bradford Mrs. N. B. nosier 1 6 S A In NW Cr.r U Elmer V.
Blk 12iinpt.tinTruIh7 Van
i Thoroughly "ounty taFJ rJ.d"d.tt'8.It W'.. of 'I'"I tit N'VV 15. :: Brunt 40.20 w 0.tt('u.I.r.t.: :: .. r1r:. 11 1 II I. Anthony

9, in 11, 12; I. *' >'. Add. 28 II 33Floyd I'.t NP/L 15 I 5 James F. Stanley I A Its lIo""rlh",1, In La..ylc 103
four IX and 14 of Block 10 of Living Lots 8. 12 8 9 Ft S 4 A or WLl at NIV4! .u I 1'.1. nk eo. I'. 031 18 7 II I ..
Clothes ston Truhy ft Company's Addition of Lot 4 0' Bill 14 Oreen 23 M n.nt S1Ij;:' 15 II 22 4 ClevSland lJlJnl.r 40 4 i" Shop I"Jeer 87
to the Town of Starke In f.ot 5 of Blk 21 Jim WallsUnknown ..1! .g at intersection nt t'"m 10 yuls w..t $10Cr
1 Sea.; S*. Township I South, Prao'l. Lot 5 of !Ilk 29I.UIagstnn.Trnhr .5 S NtaIC Jtd Nn. 14 Sea t9 .9 nun \VUA
Pounds Range 22 East ; with S line of NE'4 tt N Oil I 0 tt Jo1 .
Yon and each of you are hereby. ('..'. lIab-Dh'I..loD* 3* II 22 (If NWLl run ,Ar 310 f.U tt 1:1: 110 tt tu 5-

n otlfled that a suit has been Intltuted WH of Blk 29 M 10. Roberta 47 a tt ruin Northwest.. 19 1 U I 1.., n. 4 '
.ot :"r1 '
pr 40c! s In the Circuit Court of i.ot 2 nf Blk SIH Ethel Lloyd 479 .rly 310 tt E 110 ft r... In Kessler'. Ad.1. 19 7 IIII Emma MI.nn ClaraXaich 541 17

Bradford County Florida. In Chan iSO Ft of Lot 4 of ruin tOuutheastu.rly r"t 14 tit ''Ilk 14 n 1 0ldy. I. 10
each If Desired Illtarke c..ry. wherein Bradford County Deelopment lHkIl Ida Simmons 429 l0 tt to Pt of hep:( 17 I U 1 Claudi A. Morgan 8 4-5. l'om nn H .101. ofNW)4 8h.t. 1.11
v Enterprises Inc. a Florla One. Int .0 N A: S by 60 11.tO rJ.4 ot lOW'4 ) of 9410 where
ltl&WiflSECorof NW 11 II Annii Oood..ln ,, Id i4 )t.m ins in.terss'ts .
I 113 a
corporation Is and U
Homer 2 A In 'Void. ot
Adklnslola 1.99
27 Nl1 "or
each of you and also Jessie B Lot 2 of Hlk nt 1074 .
Lot 2 A R 2 Ft of : '/ .siase Itd U & run N .
widow Marie l1I1YH' -
< Little 8.11 Id m siom W 0111. n' ft.1 loP.
o k. her : Lot 2 of Blk I 59 by %
s and
r husband
E O. Man
Lot 2 of Blk I 48 Paine Williams 9 11 tt N & 14 I' I Wm. Tyson 114. tt for a pt ot .
shop S U. .
Margaret Carter: and her "hue 4S T. J. Alderman .71 N i '0 beg thence run W ..
of Blk ot
ban,4 1.ot 8 NWI' at -
> Frank Carter, Emma Richarda 21 Alex at rl..ht .nles In _
ewmOur wIdow. and T 8. Williams a wldwer. P eeks Adilllloa to Msrke 38 II 22 R I-lot IIW'4 .t NW'.. U I' 5. U IT LeRcy Citmmingg, Dell '114 11,1 2111 tt N lit ftPd CS
II .
are defendants; that the lands 10 of Hlk I t* I II Wllkle. 220 \ I .A ot "" 110 tt lit n. '
i nvolved In said suit Is: : A James. H Walker ..51Plnrknrst wr'oS' 8W'4 I Ih.nroo SilO tt to p1 .
Blk Z. R.
Clothes Lots 4. S. 5. Jlnic: 9, 10 11 ; 12; Kraa'l. I It ot at II I II Sawyer 18' hal U 1 II I B. L.
11 and 14 of : 10 of Living, Ulon zn al 22 WlIiJ NELL Drank.n.hlp I'llot
!*nh.l)l I 11 I 21 'I Dorothy Jennie H.II I C S Ali4: nf !lWr.t!
Stan Truby A Company's Addition Lots 5, I of Elk B Nannie Graham SaunderS 1 67tt. wL4 01 NF4 ot flF.". 11 I U 20 Oeo. [or 20cAutomatic to the Town of Starke, In'1 I E"l NE% of 1t.1 1 5nIh .. II I V. 3. 81.d.
Section 28. Township t South !Kannr Aere *ab. .01.1.1.l .il 21 II 22 A. Manassa 1 S::5':, :xo, A In Nit 8E4'l: 0 liuimpiofl Park ..11foIt.t.
Range 22 East. situate I In .ot 7. of Blk 1 C 4'u'I'"m .t Flit ('0" 0' See -NM". i't $1074' j'3"W'
Albert Klllolt Tlson 1
{ Driers Bradford County Florida; 9'of i .. \ '4 ,.? N WfI '
i I..ot run W 105 tt for S
t'toUk W. C. Iiavls. Jr. 1 MIf ? I )
that the nature of said suit and the 2 & % of 0
l.ot 10 a pt ot hog thence 1"4
A. Mansssa
O iml relief sought Is to establish, quiet 1 x>t 8 0'( Blk 8 Mills n. Weston 1 1 :CI4: I Ir.t i run N lOB tt W Intll0 NW" cc. tlrW.1i 7 U )r,.. Sarah BruUe? 1.19
confirm plaintiff's title to said ft It lOB tt All that por'l..n
Alfred Barnes 2jo
lands aa an Indefeasible fee simple Lots 410t.91k13 Of Blk 4 I,. pt of beg 20 In Lutel' Pr..tt 160'9 "t 93E14S of

title thereto and tn cancel as cloud, : CARL JOHNS I',,fll ..I fiE Cur nt S..e A.&'.. ..- ;;. F nt Itll' I U I Ton, Drum.o I.U

nn plaintiff's said title all right Tax Collector City of Starke. Fla I run W au tt for) a NW'4 ot IIW'4 F.s 10 R
11 II 80. 3.
fosheteriaiNTION title, claim Interest and lien of said :. pi nt beg th.ee run A. rl.hl."ol wase Frank Davis TO
II .0 U
defendants and each. of them and NOTICE N 106 ft W 110 tt f.I 8'4' 01 SI0'6 Emma Il.ib.rg.r. 10'8.

You and each of you are hereby lilt ft 1.1 110 tt to 'lit Ou.rd.
.required. to file In I Lester Pr.vatt 13.1 All IIW'4 tit Nfl;'". IJW
an appearance of beg 20 I U It
C said Court and 28 that the following .I..rlh..d lands. will b. sol.1 .... 11 II Pmma: lfIlb.rg.r;
cause on May Notice I. hereby given ('nm no rt N from i ri''tt, I1lk n. 11ft?, 11 II
A.D. daY at May 1951 .t H'.rk.. the County utat Ouard.
1951. and within 20 day 'h..m.att.r auction (In the 111t amounl tilt ('or tit IHV'4 ntIOWi "I..nt "In a. r...
file public 10 the due for taxes herein ci Itiradford.
to .
yoDr answer or plead.Inar W uSft
of run
l Stata all Costs ot such, sale and :; carded In Punt Hie I.
together with .dv.rtisinipp05lte '
to the
S complaint In the office to the same. =. 50 tt It 115 tt ., u. I U lIu..o
U of) the undersigned Clerk of said 0 H 10 tt 10 pt at beg II 5 U JO."phl" EII..on I I H Tr..t II'. Mt. Pl.'utsantH Orosi .18
.. T. 15. Acres O..r Tssi
and serve a copy thereof on IlrsrrlpllonSR' f) as r..c..r"ed In
Hollla V. Knight whose address I IsBtarke !assay Acres 1J.tI.I.I. :U I 32 f'IRt Ilk 2 I'or 411Tra..t II I U Fred Dodd
., Florida, the for > ot ('sari I ,.
attorney 14 of NE'4 E 48E'4 120 American 10.) VullknIt' -
19 Tun
38 *; UIiroves 54 It. A. MsnS.Iu% 119 I -
plaintiff; otherwise the allegations H b 01 NW '. c If
You of said complaint will be taken as ( Ino. It: : :: m 5 Alberta Tyson 3 :1 : II I II W 1.. lJr.dd.lt,
Hare confessed by you W'4 of NWLt & Lot I 10. Stilt 2 Wm. Davis. .tr, II W"-'l nt Jllk I of .58
It Is further ordered that this Order $ N\'Li.. ot 8WI% I..t I. 'f-tik a H. A. Man..a I.I Is ( ', Ltt 3 Lakeside

OR CYPRESS of be Publication published and once Notice each to week Appear W 10 A ot NVI of 13 7 It (0 n. H. Faulkner 1007 rot 4. BIll 3a 1,1111. D. Weston 1.1 I. :ot IIW'/-w't .fv.:1'l4A.n't&4Cc/ II II Edw. W. McCormick 34.74NEtI

for four successive weeks In the of NEIl ,:- I .A.SF. H.... aeb-di, I. 5W34 .t .. 1'4' .1 5E13 A W34 ef SB)4 .f 11074.! &: >ro

ER TO SELLr Bradford County Telegraph a duly I 85W. Cur 01 NEla 42 Jessie Lee Lasenby It.n 3t S 22 14 II If Fr.d .. Dodd UU
In 20
14 I Wllb..rt Ifoudies 4 1 It of It It
qualified Lot I. JJIIc 11 .
Witness: newspaper.my hand and official sealof II ot Lot NEI) t 8 nt niver It' 30 tt Hay Saw Mill Co. lISA Ioie S. .. J"Ik 11 .Jos.phlns B... I'1. Wn 3rl of J.IJ U I II 10 )t... Sidney H. Dodo 5 tII

Small Tracts said Court at Starke. Bradford Ie.- BW'4 Lo'. 1. IIlk 34Gabaaa's Lonnl. P'lowsru .14: About 74 A In IIPI Cotr
26th day of II.., ot I'IW' 29 20 120 Ray Raw :Mill Co. 2)21 ,' 9374" NE74 of
County Florida this ;
Buy April A. D 111. Lets SELl 13. I4. nt Plk 29. mb-dir at' 22 Cam NW.%.Llra 0 NW'4 4"..? Clt4WI4 If II 'Herm.n Flowers I.U
A. J. T New Rivet Vnknown t '8
o'M'ult Town ot 30 / of NW\4\ .
; of A. Jr. )Ioll.y I II
Clerk of X 50 2171 I..t 7. 711k t
American .
flees 23, S 20 Tunenroves. r.. H UO ft for apt
23 Aaron HolieF 2
TOP Bradford County Florida. 'W.H "Of 8W4EH Ine .iat I of Stilt 1 floss Evans. : ot beg thence nut W
PRICES Seal I r..., 4 ot IlIk 1 3 -
(Official S 20 14 American Tune 24.14 tI. .5. (Iross II' IlOft l N 850 ft 19
"0111. V. KnightBtarM of SE.4gi It Groves, In.*. I.t I ot Silk I Mre. MaCis P. Oahegsn lit 810 ft II 140 ft ti. pt
*. Florida I .' 10 I 20 20 American. Tung 3 II I IMI 21 ot IIIk 1 Samson WhHe 1. of begiTrset IS I 11 I Minnie JoneaE. ..00
4 27 5t 5'ZSioiisa I Lot 11 or 131k 5
Attorney for Plaintiff. ; of Lot 11 Groves. Inc Lot I 5111 I :M... Mettle F. a.h..a" 3 It 18. 16. of Pumpkin .

ite -cF.nITOnOf: (:'am :'t NW: ('or ofP'ikIOfR 1..h..1' decO
or CallTHOMAS l'IOT1I'J' TO t All 5cc II Ex N'4 nf I Ita Deed. ttI 15 I II J. Proctor, Iii
F.sOaO .f Er,4"s A. R..ld F:r-I LotS 4. I. '.. .. Es 31 S 20 940 American Tung 151.SI run 8 Cl O tt for I One Lot In Lot ) ss t..
All creditors 01 tho IstatS Of ;. I I 8100 of Lots .. IlIt Groves Ino. ot beg Ib.nc. run des.. In Deed Sic 54ft .
lid pt
'ma A. RanfloMi.. d.caled.to are file .ny.l 1'EL .1 RIt It H 5') tt W 49ladies 85 8 tt Florence IL.. Hut ion 4184

claims It" notified 0. d.matf1C and required which Ih.,. mhsv. WVNW4&. Ea IW'4 33 JO 42* American Tungnroves. 110 Itt ::1 beg ftN SOft to pt U II Ella L. Elle..o" I t4 [ B...... 39-34/ 5 31 ..

against said estate In the dj 8EK\ Ine. described I" .
ot Bra o 49 ElUa Wilson 10 It lInt as I II Horace, C.lb.rt 4 It Lot I Robert I.
IBERCO. flea nt the County Ju1 rn".t- 33 I ao 30. II : Scott 81
the l at C'"r.IB1h: 8phJ''c fat II C. E. Clem
ford COllnty. Flnr" irlorida. wit!>ln 510i4 NE'4,0 ..tAll '..t. Lot IS, Indian Death .7. .
that of .to 1
at HtarKe. ot 5W14 ItW'4
[ONE months from fneno'tr. NWIo of ruatIlSISftSitOftfar Unit No.3. u..1. 23
211-J eight calendar : nt No'\4N. 11 I
publie5tt0 4 Unknown 411
the fIrst nlfc r th.rtlt.n Pt of b.c thaae
; .to
O. ... E..h claim nr d.man' ; : 'ser Road NE'. run W SO .t IC lot)
stt ot
735 In Tung 484 tt 50 50 tt N 100 tt 3... Scott I II J. R. KELLY
o. B of coIl'ffe to I American II II ,
..T'r.wS' ri1.-; f tn plot beg ;
S In1. Tax Collector
Sec. 4. Oro..n. Pradfurd
RIcE, FLA. addr... the ,I.lm.nl. I Rd. f 20 It American Tang 2510 I W NW\11.\ A vI NE'4 of n u U J. F. Keller, A.t. 1040 County. Florida...
I <
' be sworn tn. It '.I 'It ,S'W' Groves Ine. ,
.. agent or I ttr'"lT-t .ir 1N 0 _
. A" .. ..r become void *".-", ,<' law

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MAY1195i I: _

__ S--. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOR.\pn. I .. _u_. __ __ L I, .
rJtJbIt .. I fIM..lhWlnberarer.: .,, th' lth day of : :
'! Ie RU f
aildreP'e I. .
Music Week thing of a national phenomenon I In (' ... 1 siden!- and I New Y"rk. c.'iiiplfllnt' e will the be .taken. ( ]' '
I as a result of her portrayal of the Irhridfll. \"u!;! M'rr-1hrrr.rv" .otlfh.d. that ,,
Observed At BHS wide-eyed young thing who Is intellectually Will 'l I: .; for imone has been,, .. "Vltf/mVtUe "hall be r. I:.
Ah"" II '' In the ah v for four ri"' ,
:vim ,,, .ftI'h week "
.1 "born yesterday. ..itusi' .und you are .
am Bradford
In observance of National Music Co-starred with her are Brod. ,..Ih'. d to Mera copy of your week in the
I T.. ,\11 .. or uleadlnto the griuph., ICIh day of '11'1'11 .: To :
week Mrs. M. J. Hester of Florence, crick Crawford playing the millionaire d..t' : the rialntlff. Attorney, A. Ihla PKAI> A. ...rl"1, t'DIrI. B Pp1
Bradford dealer who dominates Y,,u Jr. Starke. Flnrlda and (OFFICIAL In t s...... ..
Ala. brought to the High junk "'? Clerk of the .. ..
j.uU of
.- I School Glee Club an interesting Judy's life and William ,'OUII'rliinol .. original of the In Circuit the office Court on .Ity Haven Crosby i lI': 4Ph.

account of one phase of America'sheritage Holden as a young newspaper reporter Cout .. the IMh day of June, : [ uti'i. '.
I who teaches Judy that there 'lulr.,1 ... the allegations> of NOTICK TO : p"'I'" ti'iIPCr'. to.
Mooty of She was guest .
song. MW"or- will be taken aa ... .., I'
Phone 35 I of Mrs. L. A. Canova, director ol la more to life than mink coats. .n the : In Circuit ToaTt '. <1 ,Id, "
"UII "
___ the Glee Club. The occasion was I the", ", I 1Tni.ynolilce.... each week Hhall for four be ......, SaVv-i...Sl.ChSS! SRT- r... I ri '1 r,,
rk..r tmith hat
-- shared with the High School EngI.sh Sgt. Shull In States ; .. In the llradford County Robert WilliamMetier C.conaecutlv.'w". ''n,' Ih,

Federation President I First Grade Pupils ; classes In the U. S. O. building .wfiri'", hated. thin 16th day of l\llIv, To Appear.To to .,. l"M;., f',':,

S May 11.Mrs. Sgt Edward T. Shull. Jr. whc "' ( SEAL) ./I. J, : Robert William Is, P"'II,1I1I1t' lii. .r' ''''
I Of Honor Will Present of active ed hy Clerk of the Circuit th"I. residence and address Attiim...,'''.
Is Guest Hester reviewed a recent has been seeing plenty This Haven Crosby Deputy You are hereby .ndrun, IU'k.. I'
publication "Folksongs of Ala duty in Korea arrived back in the once ... l."Tm By 6118 4t suit for Divorce ha. orh.1. 'III 'u PI,11Io
Music Festival .. tho
I At Breakfast weekS against you In the of th, tib.,
May bama" which has been acclaimedby States Sunday and Is now at Fort Court and cause and you .. th 1.lh irrult .,
HUrary! critics as an outstand. Ord Calif. He la expected to reach .d I ; "OTU'J; TO APPEAR ed to serve a copy of .. Iti. dll 011.
I The May Breakfast a highlight The first grade pupils of Bradford (" (: ('1...... Court. Bradrarel. Co. or pleading to Ihe .."i. :. "IIOh,..
of the Starke Woman's Club'a social elementary school will appearin ing volume. unique in its style in Starke next Tuesday.IV ...... In (.h........." rialntlff Attorney, hv v t t thin C
that it includes both words and Py .-. Ruth Carroll Plaintiff. Landrum. Starke, Th;,
season held Wednesday noon a Spring Music Festival Tues. Circuit Court Bradford Commtr | Carroll, the original In the off .. ,
day evening 22 music of southern ballads and ..Fiends. Cka.err. Defendant.Case No. of the Circuit .. Ir
of last week brought to a close May at 8 o'clockIn clerk I h bruid?,
folksongs. Robert J, Winnie Plaintiff ve. ..1.'.. To A......... fore the 18th day of : ph.
the regular meetings until Sep- the USO building. The public is I atone M. WlltHle, Defendant., !.. (' .. : :Mr. John Carroll clo otherwise the ..... H.' d \a 4611
tember 12.Decorating. cordially Invited to attend. Admission Mrs. Hester very modestly spoke CUM No. 8433. Pliirlilm Eillsnn' Company! of New York Complaint will be taken ,,1 tr, ,
of the share she had in assistingMr. Order Of Publication And.. Notice T I H..l" "'"11< r-jace. New York J, ell I I
club for the children ..
the occasion ; JOc adults 25c. Appear STA1H OK .. .IIIA To Robert ThTi. yno'tlce shall he Ttyltr .
were numerous bouquets of The program will be In three Byron Arnold of the Music Moil !M. Wlltsle whose residence I la J ) Yoii. are hereby notified that once each week for four
Department of the U. of Ala. in 8 Hawk Inn Avenue. Kant Norwalk. "nllfe for Divorce has been
flowers In variegated parts: f
early summer Connecticut: To: you In the above ..
colors. The U-shaped table, I."The Fairies' Clrcus"-by pupils collecting these songs. You are required to Appear on done.I ...rt and l rimcf iiml von are .
k In her quaint manner and using Juno 18th, 1951 In the above named Virginia: of _" Men'sEstablish
where delicious luncheon of Mrs. Helen Malone to serve a c npj! voiir
a was and Mrs "'
wherein plalntlf I 111111 AREZ's1&P's STORE
Court and
can \ <>u pleading to the lomplalnt on ;
the style to the old fashioned .
i served by the Methodist WSCS, I Nathalie Reid. eevka divorce. Bradford County suit Attorney. T.
. ,I I was enhanced with artistic arrangements II- "In Mary's ballad singers she sang T ul l Kranh Hhall publish thin Order sirnln'U' "Slarke" Florlitn. and
Garden"-by pupil. .
In IIext four weekly issues.Witness C'uint,, l .. original< In th- ..UI,* of
several of
the without Instrumental
I at intervals of season of Miss Madge Middleton. songs my land and officiaL qiir.'d
accompaniment. They Heal I at Htarke, Florida, thin May swnl or
al flowers In pastel tones. 1II- We .
I pupils 14th, !151.COFFICIAt. on (he
Seated at the head of the table of Mrs. Leola Roberta. Included both nostalgic love ballads ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas If "", Has Dozens &rof
and humorous folk aongs. She alsc As Clerk of Cou..tlIy Inic. E? iVy Center
was Mrs. William R. Morse, president The teachers will be assisted by
I Haven Clerk ..
Deputy MORE
., of the club Mrs Raeburn Mrs. L. A. Co.nova, music director. sang request members for the II H..yI""l..n, Belden Hulldlngr, Dayloiin ('h.rk of THAN A
Home of Madison, prlncipa members of the Glee Club. Inter Ite\ch. Florid r..... | 1! : DoWcr-SJrefcfiers Including *
for i'lf. 61S| 4t SsI. { ,
speaker and president of the Flor spersed with singing she related Arty '' ,
Federation of Woman's Clubs WMU Has Business many interesting experiences of .. Circuit ('....t. Bradford CountyFlorida (fenxfd'''" 49 .

, I Mrs. O. J. Edwards president of And Program MeetingThe her childhood. In those days hymn 1'hovlne. In K.Cbemrerr.:.Walt....., Plaintiff, va one Thlt! .n :( _, ::2 1(1
the Junior Woman's Club and the and ballad singing was quite s'' Jane Carey Walters Defendant WCI-VH (
Cane No.
past presidents of the Stark program and business meet- popular form of entertainment for 0...... or Publication And Motive '.'0 grim tinted ph. : ,
t'2? Woman's Club. Ing the Baptist WMU was held in young and old alike. It was then Anpoar NTATH OV FI.OHIII.V To (O '

v During the luncheon a delight. the educational building Tuesday, that she learned to sing many of Jane Corey Walter, whose residence ( ,
and address In Unknown: By ,
tul floor show under the direction May 17th at 3:30: o'clock with 37, these old songs. You are required to appear on | | ,

LL 'I of Mrs. L. A. Canova chairman present. The Dora Alderman Circle Mrs. Hester Is visiting friend June 18ih, 1961, In the above named f -- oeek
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff In (
g of music was presented. First on had charge of the program. and relatives in Florida. While In HeekH divorce. Bradford County Klorldai ,

the program was Mrs. Arthur. Mc- The meeting was opened with Starke she Is the guest of her sister Telegraph ahall publlfih. this. OrderIn '
next tour weekly l uea.VltneHH Carl '
Rae's third grade group who prayer by Mrs. Wesley Andrews. Mrs. R. F. Young. \ my hand and official Dorothy .
danced and sang. Miss Pauline Mrs. F. B. Beard presented the seal. I at Htarke Florida thin May -..
,, -
Gay rendered a lovely solo "Some- program topic "Women Under- Carroll Summer Home (llth 1951.OFFICIAL SEAM A. :J. ThomaaAM Ire -- c -

time". The Bradford High School girding the spread of the Gospel". Clerk of Court 'I.

Glee Club sang- four delightful Mrs. E. C. Priest gave the devo- Scene Of Party Carlo' By* E.Haven Harper.Crosby 204,W.Deputy University Clerk 0

folk numbers. tional. Those taking parts on the Avenue, Qiilneavllle. Fla. 0
On Mother's DayThe for Plf. Bl| $ 4t 68[
Mrs. Home gave a resume 01: program were Mrs. S. E. Sparks Attya. .

the Florida Federation of Wornen's who spoke on Southern Baptist Ire! rlro.lt fonrt. Bradford Ce..tyFI.rld.s
Clubs convention held recently W. M. U. The women summer home of Dr. and In Ckaneerr.Herbert : Customers'C
representing Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll at Kings- H. Uodfrey. Plaintiff va.Phylla .
at Daytona Beach. She told of different countries were: L. Godfrey Defendant. h\
I Important legislation now pending China Mrs. Maxle Carter; Japan ley Lake was the scene of a lovelyMother' CaMe. No. 1491Ordm \
Of Pnblleatlon. And Notice To 0
Day party Sunday honoring Corner
i to improve the conditions and Mrs. L. N. Pickering; HawaII. Mrs. Appear STATH OP FLORIDA. Tot '
facilities of the State Mental In A. A. Durden; Africa Mrs. F B. Mrs. F, H. Long. given by Phvlla L. Uodfrey. whose residence
her 16 children: and grandchildren and addreaa la: Hi Newark Ave., What don't 'like
stitutions. Mrs. Home also spoke Beard; Italy Mrs H. A. Lawson; Union N. J.: you
with great satisfaction of the high Latin America Mrs. L. Q. Powell Attractive bouquets of red car- You ass required to appear on about your A&P?
in which the Federation Is and Mrs. nations and gardenias were usedin June 18th. 1061, In the above namedCourt I Wisconsin Fresh Cheddar
regard d. B. Flynn; Mexico, cmi cause, wherein plaintiff l Many customers have ..
held by the state legislators, telling Jrs. W. R. Morse; Cuba. Mrs. L. decorating the home for the occasion seeks divorce. Bradford County written their approval of
out the red and Telegraph' shell publish this OrderIn -:
particularly of conferences on the O. Powell. The CHEESE Ib.Krafts
meeting was closed .
4 ,white color motif. A delicious next four weekly !issues. the quality foods, good -
Waybright Juvenile Court bill. with prayer by Mrs. F. B. Witness my hand and official
New members voted into the Beard. buffet dinner was served, followed seal at Starke Florida thla May values and fine service they'get

.' club in the past year are: Mre.t" The business meeting was presided by presenting Mrs. Long a prettily 12th.(.OFFICIAL 1961 SEAL) A. :J. Thomas at A&P. .. o" Philadelphia

Maxwell Vtckers Mrs. Vaaco Haen :*- over by the President. Mrs. embossed red and white cake. :, Aa Clerk of Court But if we're to keep your CREAM CHEESE .

r Mrs. Garl Mathews, Mrs. Dan S. E. Spark. Enjoying the affair with Mrs (' By Haven,,, Crosby 204-Olt Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life A&P the best place' to shop, ,

4 Johnson and Mrs. Harry Mooty. Long were Dr. and Mr. Bryant S r.il.r.J:; Jacksonville, FlaAttya. It will help us It we know Longhorn

Hostesses for the Breakfast were Young Woman's Carroll and children Connie and for Plf. Oils| 4t 68In | the things you would like

members of the Executive Board. Bryant Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Circuit Court. DradfeMI Connty. us to change. -rte WISCONSIN lb. -

Circle Meeting Thede and son Rickey. Lt. Col. and Florldat'.In Ckanrrry 'l
Movie ( Uohek, Plaintiff va. Stanley Won't tell us how Krafts
Children's Group Mr. T. T. Long and sons.Tom and J. Dobek Defendant. you .
Thursday evening of last week Cane No. 842 we can serve you better?
Dave Mr. and Mrs. Comer Long OLD ENGLISH 1-2 Ib.Honlen's .
Order Of Pahlleatlon And Notice To .
Elects Officers the Young Women's Circle of the and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Long and Appear STATIC OP FLORIDA' To* Please write: _ _ _, _ _
First Presbyterian Church met at !Stanley J. Dobek, whose residence
daughter. Dena.
Th Bradford County Children's Mary aiM address la: 1101!) Beach, St., WllmOiarton N8
the home of Mrs. Guy Andrews Delaware' \. CUSTOMEELATI
Committee met, on Monday, at on Temple A vt'1lue. .Von are required to appear on f r AMERICAN, 12lb.\ .
Avery Inn for their regular During the business l meeting W.C.T.U. Notice June 18th. 1961 In the above named A&P Food Stores
Court and l wherein
monthly luncheon and business presided over by Mrs. W. E. 'seeks divorce.cause Bradford plaintiff County c 0,' 420: Lexington Ave., !>raft' The W. C. T. U. will hold its Taleirraph shall publish thta' Order New York 17, N. Y. !i'I
meeting.A owllng plans were made for a
SWISS. Slices! 1-2 lb.
In next four weekly Isnuea.Wltnesa
the regular monthly business and 80'clal ,
of activities of I
report committee to do additional clean. my hand and l official
Health Depart meeting Friday May 25 at 3:30: neat at Starke Florida thla !May
Bradford County Ing of the church building. White House Eva jgjj I
ment for 195.0 were discussed and I The program entitled 'The In the Tabernacle. Hostesses will (12th. 1951.OFFICIALi SKAT' ) A. J. 'It'T"

: the committee commended Dr. A Home and the Sabbath" was given Mrs.be Mrs.Johnson.Grady Mrs. Goodman and fly Haven Aa Crosby Clerk of Deputy,, ThomaM'1 ClerkChax MILK 2 taU 27c I BANANAS Ib. 2 2H
staff for the cans ,
Y CovlnBtou and his by Mrs. A. H. Harley. 111. R. U...... 204-05 Otinranty Lire I IBuilding1
excellent work they are doing. At the close of the meeting the Jacksonville Florida.
Mrs. Wm. R. Morse summarized loHteas, assisted by Mrs. Wally Mrs. Hollingsworth Attya. for Pit. 6118 4t 6'OTICH '- 1 Fremub Tender Polo

f the ,..,dings of the various groups Muh ihofor, served refreshments.The dexo Shortening 1 llbe" 38c
Luncheon HostessMrs. Notice la hereby given that the
in the ct>unty who participated In June meeting will be heldt underslaned are enaaaed In huel BUNS .- i
the questlonnarles for the White the home of Mrs. Charles Shep- nest under the fictitious name of
Conference. herd. F. C. Hollingsworth entertained T. 1<. A. Investment' (Cn at the Herv. 1ONA _ _ _ _
House Ice Center Station Stark*. IVadford
r E ., chairman at a "Vanishing Luncheon"last Cnunty, Florida' and Intend to row Fancy Winesap
Mrs E. 1 K.: Perryman, I
Friday for the WSCS Metho. Inter saM fictitious name In the office I FLOUR 5 lbs. 37cPEAS.
of the nominating committee presented Musicale AdjournsFor dist building fund. of Clerk of the Circuit Court -
the following Ilate of officers of Bradford County FloridaH. : APPLES 3 lb.,b 2
elected Summer. MonthsThe Mrs. Hollingsworth Invited as r>. Oondman' Stark., Fla. one A&P ,
who :
were unamlously half Interest;
her guests Mrs. Russell, Mrs. W. _
Mrs. R. A. 'V.S'. Masen Jr., Btarke. Fin one
S. E. Sparks, chairman, Starke Musicale held iti H. 'Struth Miss Kate Struth Mrs. half interest Tiny Tender 24c 5 Lb.
and Miss Bay
I Green vlcechnlrman last meeting of the season Thursday W. A. Bessent and Mrs. J. H. BIS| 4t 0S!

4 Dorothy Ross, cecretary.it of last week In the Fields. A & 1'BEETS
evening C".... POll nun, ORANGES' 2 29c
Methodist educational building. The Sealed. bid will be received liy Small Whole 19c -
Mrs. Avery Hostess fall program will begin In October Friends of Mrs. Warren Perkinswill the City Council of the City ofStark.
Florida at the City Hall In
At Canasta PartyA Mrs. I* A Canova presided over be glad to know that she Is at Starke, Florida until Bfl: > PM, on A PAPPLE
i the business meeting at which time home after a week In Riverside Tuesday the 6th Day of June, AD Crisp Pascal
1961, at which time and place aIfbi.i 1 SAUCE .
delightful canasta party wal the following officers for the cOrning Hospital whereshe was under observation. received will be publicly. opened 16c 1
given Tuesday evening by Mrs., year were elected: Mrs. E. K, one and used read 1948 aloud Panel for the Chevrolet sale of Sparkle! Amorted Flavor Celerylge.stlklfeTexas

Janle Avery at Avery Inn celebrating Ferryman president; Mrs. R. A. truck. Truck can be seen at the

II the birthday anniversaries of Green: vice-president t Mrs. Jessie Rites WednesdayFor City The Light said and City Water reaervea riant.the right i GELATIN 3 for a 19c Yellow I IOnions

Mrs. Avery and Mrs. Bertha Young secretary; and Mrs Lemuel to accept or reject anv or all hid*. I,
Colson treasurer Mrs. EdwardsMrs. CITY OF HTAKKK FI.c>RlltA Saltana

_ Pearce. Following the meeting Mrs.Young' Hy: Carl Johns, City Clerk. FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 lbs. -1 I!
51U at 24c
The hostess received her guests I Lula Belle Edwards 71, 811! ,
sister Mrs Hester of Ala. I In
In an Imported French you dress 'widow of Lacy R. Edwards died
bama gave an Interesting talk on Ann PageSALAD
worn by her mother Mrs. Hattie folk Monday at the home of her son Fresh Blackeye
Hathcock fifty years ago. Earl Edwards near Starke. She DRESSING pts. 32c
A delicious midnight supper was Methodist was born March 24, 1880 and wasa PEAS,2Ik-I (

served from a table overlaid with Men lifelong resident of this com FL': Sultana

, an Italian lace cloth and centered To Hear Chapman munity. TUNA FISH FLAKES 28c. :.: ', ." ..
with a bouquet of red roses and Surviving are four sons Earl

garden flowers. Superintendent L. F. Chapman, and Guy Edwards both of Starke, Fri, Sat May 18, 19 Florida Grade A-D..NPd & Drawn Ann Tage Boston Style 16 OZ. CANFRYERSIb.
of the State Prison Farm, will be Harry A. Edwards Jacksonville
Invited to be with the honored .
guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. the guest speaker at the Starke and Lee L. Edwards. Fernandina; DOUBLEFEATLrRENABONQA 49c BEANS HIAnn 12 12Quick
i Was- -
Mrs. Riley
Nollman Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews Methodist Men's fellowship supperon three daughters .

Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Reece, Monday evening May 21 at 7 din Starke Mrs. Raymond Bell Frozen Red

_ Ed Carswell Mrs. W. F. Godwin, p.i m. In the Methodist Recreation Jacksonville and Mrs. Jack Craw- AND -. SQ. Page CondensedTOMATOSOUP
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. J. H. Hall. The new officers will take ford. Lawtey; three brothers DavId Perch

Fields Mrs. Jeanette Young. Mrs. office at this meeting as follows: Dyal Hampton. Albert Dyal. FENCE RIDERS FILLETS 29c I
President Leslie Vice Orlando and Enoch Dyal. Cocoa;
Pauline Torode. Mrs? A. Hinson, Biggs; PHILCO
Whip UllHon &
and Misses Minnie Bessent aid l Pres. Guy ,B. Williams; SeC.-Treas and one sister Mrs. Fannie Brown Andy ClydeCartoon I value Super Right Thin Sliced Fancy .
Cocoa. and Serial DASH DOG FOOD a
Madge Middleton. WooLen W. Calnes. 16-inch Breakfast BACON lb. 59c
The supper planning committeeIs Funeral services were held Wednesday Philco -

Business Circle composed of Carr Colley Berry at 3 o'clock In the Church Sun.. Mon., Tues. brings Fancy Crater Cut JEWEL OIL pts. 41
Johns and Ovid Lewis. of Christ of which she was a member ,

Met Monday with Rev. R. C. Walker of May 20, 21, 22 And White MEAT lb. 33c

Jacksonville officiating. Burial Chassis P & G SOAP .

The Business Woman's Circle Birthday Party was in Santa Fe Cemetery under DEPORTEDMaria .nee AlIgned Brand Sliced BreaJkfast. -

_ __ of the Baptist Church held Its For Tommy AndrewsMrs. the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. see it BACON. Ih. JOY For Dishes 0 e .
evening Active pallbearers were E. J. 49c
_ regular meeting Monday : Torvn & Jeff Chandler -
In the educational building with 21 Guy Andrews assisted by Flynn Jim Sasser Clyde Mc- "
' Also Shorts & TIDE .
Latest News" _
members present.Mrs. Mrs. Martha Smith entertainedthe Crary J. Woodward.. Samuel JlA""t1at'l' 0 0 -

Kate Shepherd. circle leader kindergarden classmate of Hicks and Garfield Johns.

presided over the meeting. Mrs little Tommy Andrews Wednesdayafter Wed., Thur. !May 23, 21DOt'BLK WEINERS. lb. 57c KIRKS SOAP .

Alma Shepherd. had charge of the class in celebration of Tommy's 'Born Yesterday'Stars FEATURE

devotional with all participating In sixth birthday anniversary.A Q..ok rroion Young FIs CAMAY TOILET SOAP JL

I unison. The devotional thought was yellow birthday cake ,with blue Judy HollidayAt DUCKLING. lb. 65c

; ______ "Many Women Ministering ". The candle holders candy and ice Florida Theatre MR. LUCKY CRESCENT CITY BRAND
program topic. "Women Under- cream were served to the young Quick Frozen I>reard & Drawn

I girding the Spread of the Gospel", aters, along with favors of whistle "Born Yesterday", starring the Loraine Day & <'b_ Blrkfon HENS. lb. 65c COFFEE Ib. 5

I was led by Mrs. M. L. Lawson blowers. Academy Award-winning Judy ALSO _ _ _ _ -
Those taking part were Mrs. Games were played and prizes Holliday. will occupy the screenat COOKED SMALL: TENDER SEW ORLEANS STL.YK With ChlC'1I'1-
Wilma Dockstader. Mn. Kate were awarded to carol Searing and the Florida Theatre Sundayand The DoublecrossedFool

Shepherd Miss Florted Killings- David Ingram.W.S.C.S. Monday. C. Picnic 11am.: lh l17c

worth. Mrs, M. I... Lawson Mrs Playing the role abs made famous A & P Food Store

_ Martha Futch. Mrs. Blanchard NoticeThe on the stage that of a Hobby Watson Joe Itetlln. All Pri *. shown
Law Mrs. A. S. Reed. blonde. beautlful-but-dumb ex- (Including those

Hostesses were: Mr. Charles WSCS of the Methodist chorus girls Miss Holliday was Johnny Arthur' of Item not sublet. to crtlln*.) gs- The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea C*

Schmidt Mrs. Ruby Johns Mr*. Church wdl have lu regular business voted Hollywood's greatest prize Also Latest New. w'7*' Thllr!,U: )far 17th throughVeInelay Entire Ct...* CopvrIkt *

Martha Futch and Mrs. Bertha I and program meeting Monday of the year for the best female --e. !May 23r04. 300 East Call .SI
Fuller. 1 May 21, at 3:30: o'clock in the Ed performance. ,. .. __ ::'-,., I Is I
1 FLA.
IM ucational Building. Miss Holliday has become some-, ssp ,__ STARKE

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the J. weekend L Wood 01 Savannah, Ga. was 1 Mr and Mrs. \V. J. Studstill and Mr and Mrs R. R. Turnipseedand ([ Mrs. Charley E. Johns Is! In Tallahassee Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale had as Mrs. Ruth Ann Kearns visited

In-law guttt of) his broth. dauphti: "f. Cheryl, were in Dade -ona Dick and Ben, of Fort 1 this week with Sen their guest Sunday at their summer Rev. and Mrs. :J B. Temple Mr

Ewell Lawson and sister, Mr. and Mrs City Saturday and Sunday visiting Gaines Ga. and Mrs. Carrie E. :Johns. Mrs. James David of Baldwin home on Klngslcy Lake Mrs. C W. Graham and Mrs. Colly

Mr Mra. Stuilntlll's uncle and aunt. Adams of Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Johns' sister Is the John Sale Mr. and !Mrs. John Day in Jacksonville Thursday.

and Mrs. Cecil R.. Moore and Mr nnd Mrs. W. B. Stewart guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. 'house guest of the Johns' for Yates, Mrs. Grahant Sale and son Mr. and Mrs Waldo

family of Archer spent! Mother's Mrs. F F. Stump left Thursday Adams and family.Graduation several days and is also visitingold and Mrs. of Pringle
Mlnsley Valdosta, Ga.
/M THE M 1R/5 Mrs.Day D.with W Mr. Moore's mother. tit last week for Amherst,, Va. for : Gifts for Girls: friends here !Mr and Mrs. II. K. Tyus' and Mrs.Rivers!Billy and Spring granddaughter! Miss, Emma Sarahof

Moore. The Mooresall a week or ten days visit with Strapless Slips, Rayon. Nylon Mr. and !Mrs. E. L, Matthews nons Kenneth and Harold spent Auburndale visited friends and
visited Mr.
T. F. Brown relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. and On Sunday Mrs. Stump and Cotton Slips, Shorty Pajamas. entertained their parents at a Sunday visiting Mrs. Tyus' parents relatives here Sunday.

and Mr and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight had Hampton Sunday J.atternoon:J. Brannen in which attended there her family reunion In Shorty Gowns; Nylon family supper on Mother's Day. at Mr. and l Mrs Renle Carter In Day. Mrs. Charles W. Schaffer and i
four sisters and the
met their as their weekend guests. Mr. and were Matthews summer homo on tona Beach.
,nner Mrs. G. J. MeGrlff, Jr. three Tants, Maiden Form Brassiere eon Ricky of Detroit Mich arrived
spent brothers
and their families .
Charles Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and daughters, Klngsley Lake. Enjoying the affair !Mrs. W. F. Godwin
Bter Mrs. the weekend with her parents, Mr. attending.Ladies'. lloleproof and Gotham by plane Saturday to spend 1
Marry L.U Patricia with the E L. Matthews' family home ,
satu- Ann and Sunday after
eon Ricky and Mrs. D. A. Monteith. In Hosiery at Stump's.Mr. spending two two weeks with her parents Mr.
Airport. Martha Jane of Lake City Mrs. Dresses, sizes 9 to were Mr. and and Mrs. B. S. weeks with her brother-in-law
sonvllle Radio Mr. McGriff Joined the and Mrs. Carl Hunter and Matthews. and Mrs. 1.. L. Conner and other
Conner and Knight's mother Mrs. Alice Shepherd 52 at Stump's.Miss Miss Madre Mtililleton and sister Mr. and, !Mrs. H. B. relatives
Loran, of Sylvanta Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell family on Sunday.Mr. Emmalyne Mathews of children Sonia and Pheron and i and Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Montgomery in Griffin Ga. Mrs. ,
and Mrs. Martin Land and Jackie Clardy were In Zephryhllls -
with Mr and and Ion,-John Jr. of Jackson- Ocala spent the weekend with her I i W. J. Chandler t Is remaining with .
ys. ville. sons Robert and Edward, were parents Mr and' Mrs. L. U. Mor Sunday visiting Mrs. Hunter'sparents. rev. ,II. Muddy;,Jr.,: 'and- Mrs. the Montgomerys for several more I (
er.tarehall weekend visitors of Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs J F. Clardy.Dr. James A. weeks.
of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. %V. H. Nollman Griffin left for Tallahassee {
Robert Lancaster and Mrs. gan.Mr, M. B. Herlong entered St.Vln..ent's I II
and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Tuesday for a few days visit Mrs. Effle Johns i, For TV
with Mrs F. F. spent the early part of the weekIn Frances Land In Mayo. Hospital Sunday where had as her
and sons were visiting Mr, and and also to attend the buffet
I guest Sunday her
Sebring on business. supper son, Freeman
Mra. Paul Bridges and Mrs. C. he underwent an operation on
H. Mrs. Chester Moody In Lake Butler given by Mrs. Wade Kennedy, Johns of-Gainesville. I SEE. I
Nasworthy spent the weekendIn Wednesday
Sunday honoring
Brunswick evening. Pvt. Senator Charley E. Mr. and Mrs. Don Page, and ,
and St. filmons Island Mr. Elvin D. Casey of Camp Johns.
and ,
Ga. visiting Mra. Naa- as their Mrs. Charles Hardy had Pl,'kett. Va. and Seaman John P. and Also attending In the supper Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese! spent (Chas. C. f
Sunday guests, Mrs. visiting Tallahassee for :
evening with the W. W
worthy's aunt Mrs. J. O Deaver. (Pall) Casey, of Key West spent few ,
mother, Mrs. d. E. McCauley days were Mr. and Mrs :James Pages In Jacksonville.
Mr. last week with their Mr. I .
and Mrs. G. J. parents.
McOrlff Sr. Rltch
her brother and and SOn Franklin.Mr. .
Jennings Hey I
1 and Mrs. H.
i and lion, Pat, visited Mrs. P. and Mrs. T. L. Casey J. Grndy left
TMfGriff i sister-in-law and
Mrs. O. E. McCauley Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.. Sunday for Shepherd
who in quite ill, In Jack [! :Jr. all of Palatka. Mr. and,l Mrs Charles Myers of Mrs S. L. Peek, Sr. and son, Dar- and Orlando to Sanford visit their Lake children.Mary .)

sonvllle Sunday. Paul Knight of New York City Jacksonville were Monday over-ji by and Miss Florled Kllllngsworth While In Orlando ,
{ .
Mr and Mrs \V H. Yawn visited arrived In Starke night !guests of Mrs. Myers' parents visited the they will attend
Tuesday for Stephen Foster
a < Memorial tho Assembly
of the
I Mrs. Yawn's Mr. and. Mrs. Junius Smith.
mother, Mrs. E. J. visit with his parents Co!. and J Sunday. Nazarcne. I
Crawford./ In Blackuhear, Ga. over !Mrs. D. E. Knight and brother Mrs. C C Stanton and children I I

'the and James, of !.
weekend.Mr I land family the H. V. Knights.Pvt. Peggy! Hastings |

I and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead Kenneth Grider of Fort spent Sunday with Mrs. Acln Alexander -

and children of Adams street moved |I Jackson, S. C. was home for the and daughter, Miss Wilma |
,. recently Into their new" home weekend. Alexander The Alexanders and I!

on the new Rlandlng road. Miss Joyce Newsome of Gaines- their guests enjoyed A picnic lunchat \

Rev. and, Mrs. L D. Halnes 'I ville was visiting her cousin, MlasEvelyn Keystone Beach I B '{O"
Mrs C H. Hall of Newton, Ga
drove to Wake
Forest, N. C. thisweek Newsome, over the week- N
to net: their son, Louis, a visited :Judge: and Mrs. E. K. Per. I t \\

UATES sophomore at Wake Forest Col- I I end.For prints you will be proud to ryman Sunday. | 5,,1 \
show friends. Miss Lots :Jordon and :Jack Rice
I your Bring us your
\ lege.MiCall's of Miami
were weekend guests of
STORE isr films for developing anti print. A
Pattern's a tStump's Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillip I
ing.! Hollywood Photo and Jewelry Mpg\
1931; Department Store. I Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Mr and Mrs. Ralph H. Cox and

to be of service Pc. Doyle Herrin of Ft. Bragg and sons Mike and :John visited daughters. Cynthia and, Prlscilla,I

friends and rela. N, C. visited his slater Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards and of Live Oak visited Mrs. D. L. Sil-

Graduates select Begue, from Saturday to Tuesday. Miss' Ada Edwards in Lawtey. cox Sunday. At Present U'e)0 Not Have A Regular SalesmanSO

UITABLE Gifts. Mr. and Mrs. O. :J. Phillips, Jr. Saturday. Miss! Edwards has Just Mrs. J. M Vickers and daugh-

of Macon. Ga. surprised their parents recently been confined in St. Vin- ters, Janice and Carolyn/ pent \\'E\ ARE OFFERING YOU THE JOU
Mr. and 'Mrs, George: Flynnof cent's Hospital. the weekend in Folkston Ga. visIting

Starke and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mr and Mrs. A. d. Gown.

FOR HER GIFTS FOR HIM Phillips, Sr. of 'Lawtey with a the Attending Adam Green a family home reunion Sunday at Mrs. Vickers and Carolyn were In

Mother's Day visit. I ; Jacksonville last Friday.
were Mr. and Mrs Robert Green
: > Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and I Wayne Edwards and Sam Watkins -
and Ordinarily Salesman
mpacts I family Mr. and Mra. HerbertGrf'n. we pay a 10 Percentfor
Wallets Miss Annie students at Mont Verde
\ Darby spent Mother'sDay 1 ,
Spt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese
.....'..,.'."..' with Mrs. C, C. Mendoza In 1 and children Mr. and Mrs. Don School, spent the weekend withWaynp'a the business' he brings$ us. Let us pay
cklaces Razors
Jacksonville parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Page, Mrs. J. H. Field, Charles
YOU this
10 I'vrcent. If interested
,., Fields Jack Edwards. you are
Jimmy Green.

earls .. Cologne { Mrs. James Hippie and Mrs. home Mrs.Tuesday L. D. after Vlnlng spending returned a I _ in a Range, here Is how it works:
Mary Wood of Park of the Palms
erfumes BrushesShaving V AaI1'LttL dinner week with her mother, Mrs. W. L, .
guests Sunday at the
-t .. __ home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Joiner In Atlanta Ga. 50 Gal: Propane Tank (Line Lease) .-
T'I Mrs R. E. Tanner Sr. of Bald-

ologne Sets I FLORIST Qulgley.I win visited her sister, Mrs. J. H. -- Full of Gas, Installed 66.50
err and Mrs. :John Kessier of r
Fields Saturday.

I Philadelphia. Pa. were guests this Mrs. Etmtls McKnlght and Mrs. ONE RANGE -- 99,50
week of O. L. Llnsln, Sr The
A. Y. Covington spent the weekend
ALSO Kesslers were vacationing in Miami
/ In Lakeland, where Mrs. MeKnlsht -
but after stopping In Starkeon 166.50

Pencil Sets 4.50 f sO their way down liked the townso visited her daughter
up Dolores, and Mrs. Covington vis-
much that they decided to comeback fled relatives. Less Your 10 Percent --- 16.50

clam notert here for the remainder of
ry 59c to 1.75 Mrs. Wallace Faulk of Jacksonville
their stay in Florida --
"\. visited her mother, Mrs. Max. *. 149.40
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton
: lo Carter, Tuesday and called for
CANDY and family of Gainesville were her daughters, Martelle and Mar _u* Sales Tax 4.06
visitors to the Tabernacle Sunday
Fg"a afternoon.Mr. lon Maxine who had spent the past '
Gift week with their grsndparents, the
In Boxes
and Mrs. W. C. Powell and 153.46
Maxle Carters. .
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn will
Mr.. and !Mrs. F. W. Reed andI1W'drl'n
spend Sunday in Leesburg visiting
KKODAKSCLOCKS George Flynn, Jr. < will be weekend guests of w .
the Carl Hunters.Mrs. .
Y kUlAbYou'll tftAOkMAAKX i... Sheriff P. D. Reddish MaxleCarter I
T. I* Casey and Mrs. Nate''I
Phil Vltsky, Frazier Shaand w'
feel like sending youm-U George Kopelousos were, Dyal spent Thursday In Jackson. This Outstanding Offer Applies to Ann ApplianceWe
a bouquet, when you have planned i vine on business.
a complete Insurance prograin. I guests of Sen. Charley Johns and i Mrs Carson Roberts entered Sell During the Month of Mall DON'T WAIT. ACT NOWSLADE
Doyle Conner in Tallahassee.
Thn of mind alone : I Alachua ,
c Selection of Graduation Cards prarr and of last Hospital Wednesday
Wednesday Thursday
I In well worth It. We're here to ,i where she la under observation

nerve you. week. Mrs. Nelma Keen spent the
Chesterfield Hats for Men weekend with her sister Mrs Alice GAS CO.HTAHKI'

at Stump's.Mr. Madison In :Jacksonville. .
DRUGSTORE and Mrs. V. S. St. :John :Mrs! Effle Johns and Mrs. Maxie

flew to Clearwater Saturday to Carter were called to Jacksonville FLA _

DCH visit their daughter" and grand Monday because of the Illness of

children. They returned home Mrs. :Johns'
niece, Mrs. J. J.
Monday evening. Gross who Is a patient In St. u __ ___ _._ _

Don Ray Tilley and mother, Mr Luke's hospital.

---- Robhle Shatter, spent Tuesday afternoon Friends of little Sue Mosley will /n just mfnuf63.

In Jacksonville! be glad to know she is slowly Im- .
Mr. and Mrs. E. :J. Dowling Sr proving after being
seriously ill
had 'as their weekend guests atI I! In the Gainesville
their Klngsley Lake cottage;: Mr. Mr and Mrs. Leaton Morgan
Y2 and Mrs. J. L Ogden of Pompano spent the weekend, at the bedside PROVE

Reach Mrs. Jack Sullivan and of Mrs. Morgan's mother Mrs DODGE VALUE

SSESatY daughter Diane of Jacksonville!I William Newton at the Lakeland

Man-In Ogden, :Jr., Lee Ogden, :; Hospital

Miss Jacqueline Ogden and Miss I E. E. Henderson returned home

:Jacqueline Robinson, all of the V last Friday from St. Luke's hospital -

of F.Mr. 'I where he had been confined

ONE DRESS AT REGULAR PRICE and Mrs. Jack Bell and son for a week after an accident on

ET of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. a local construction job. He l III able sad FOR
DRESS AT HALF PRICE W. Edwards of Pslatka were to get around on crutches now. q4. .

I t\ew Spring & Summer Styles Many to Select From Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs 1st Sgt.: and Mrs R. W Reese

VV. M. Edwards. I land children of Maxwell Field .

Mr and Mrs. T. L. Casey, Jr I Ala. spent the pant week with

6/ne ( Ail/' orPlff spent the> weekend with the senior i Mr. and Mrs Adam Green and _

rf tbtlr a Caseys In Auburndale. 1 family. I -S Ye>, you could pay up'o $1.000 mere
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Edwards
Bobble Benton son of Mr. and and tllll net get all the e.tra room,
:Jr. moved Into their new home I
Mrs. S. J. Benton who entered, TdAY riding 'comfort and famous dependability
Monday on a farm two miles .
Hope Haven last l week Is undergoing In .e
% South of Starke on the Palatka (JomB. of thus real now Dodge.
i 1)Ne e highway. surgery this week. -
Mr. Edwin St. :Johns spent the OUf Com.Inantilookovertoay'sbigDodge.show
Graduation Gifts for Boys: weekend with her parents, Mr. and you how Sit In It. Drive It. You'll agree Dodge

Jayson! Shirts and Sad'dlt'port Mrs. H. A. Pauling In Hawthorne. h Let U LLOYfA"CI glvei you more of the thlnui you want
t.41 GE,1N' In a car today. Extra h.wl room. Irs
; Shirt Kelts. TIeR and I Mrs T. Frank Landrum snd 1RA
s5f9aa9e5den'er4oa shoulder .
L'BIRAL room room "Watchtower
Handkerchiefs at Stump's.Mr. daughter Frances, spent Mother's I yoU to own for
for visibility
'" greater tafety.
Day with Mrs. It easy
and Mrs. A. M. Moore and Landrum'* mother, maker
daughters.' Diane and Marilyn, or Mrs J. F. Rogers, In Jackllnnvllle.1Edwin ); bIg new Dodge Tho now Dodgo Orlflow flunk abiofber

Blackshear Ga. made a surprise St. :John left last Friday I : Y a SEltCT10H system lets you "flout" down roads that

fe 'ecllqaIr visit to Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. for Darien Conn. where he has ; NOW fOR WIDEST' top other. cart. No wheel, "hop" orbounce
rides lvel
lJCge ACt Dodge over roughest
Daisy Perryman, on Mother's Day accepted a position with his OlOtS'
I AND roadi. Drive
MODElS a new Dodge today
Mrs R. M. Graves of Decatur. brother-in-law D. Chrlstlano.Mrs. of
Ga. spent last week with her St. John will join her husband z.t...W la"l.oa.. sus HKM but.

daughter and family. Mrs. W. W later.

1&,. Oh/r Calnes, Jr. Mrs. Calnes and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miller and

Candy, returned to Decatur,. children of Greenville, were recent

!vl:' Ga. Monday with Mrs. Graves for weekend guests of Mr and Mrs.
B. C. Holtzendorf. I

r1" I a visit. Mrs F. H. Long spent the early i
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burn
part of the week In Gainesville(i
.. in Jacksonville Tuesday.
visiting son and daughter-ln-1
., .. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Carter of f
'" "WI'! law Mr. and Mrs. William Long.
Providence were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh' forehead
t SAVING Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell and I I
A FULL 60c family. were visitors a few day. of last',' '
week of Mrs.
O. L. Beaslry and
ON EVERY TWO PAIRS YOU BUY: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. TJio. More-

family spent Mother's Day with {| heads were enmute to their homeIn -t:
If "ii were"'t f for fRUIT Of THE lOOM'S lOOfn )Mrs. Dowling' parents. Mr. and I IMra. Ashland. Ky. after spendingthe ,

Q jayte4 l ann'IG'Y, we woulcln'I/ able 10 make ''hi.bg Roy Mathews, In Palatka. winter at St Petersburg. ..
/ .54., I i
oH.,. Tile. 'obu/ou. you
BONUS Mrs. Emma Creech of St. I
/ i Mrs Effle :Johns had had as her I bow,a r.Is.pedalboloneISd.ni.rnylons. ..nd"n'c" I I Augustine was the Sunday guest I II guests Tuesday afternoon Rev. ___
/ lit "G''
.ti !/ /7l ultra/ Sher' .up./or I ')f her niece Miss Thelma Green. and Mra. Dixon of Jacksonville
oce..d III' I
.; Glorious/ / C..nnio',' Co'o-' j Mire Lizzie Strickland. Mrs. j, Mrs. A. C. Durden returned I DODGE
dark om.
YAL 1t LUS 11.MU Maxie Carter and Mrs. Enos Hayesattended | home Tuesday after spending a oooo oirvim cuvi IAM CARS .
5 ,.. Ei!> to | Homecoming Day at'> THE BIO DEPENDABLE
| Long Branch Church. I j DW". NS",,_,-.IId you'H m;,. H, +Mrs
aal Mr. and Mr. E. F. Mlles were I

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Haifa had visitors In Leesburg Sunday. -4KK: GREAT STARS I.V GICr,\T SIIOUS ON "MIHmTIME! L.' _\."-ABC-TB NETWORK-,
i their weekend guests, their niece. Mrs. Nancy Canter daughter, I

SDALE'S DEPT. STORE Mass Patricia Carter of Madison. I Carol, and son, Edgar, of Miami l I

Ga. and Lloyd Register of Cocoa I were weekend guests of Mr. and J P. Roberts MotorsPHONE
The Halle also had aJ their guests Mrs. Robbie Shaller and Don Ray { 0
t STARKE, FLA. (' Wednesday and Tnursday. Mr and i i.Mrs. Tllley.

J. O. Curtis of Atlanta, Ga. J J J 69 STARKE, FLA.BRADFORD .

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Birthday Party
y Mra Paul Dirking Sr. entertained -
on Thursday of last week.wlth
a surprise birthday party for MDlnklna .
mother, Mrs, Char .
Dlnktna Sr. This wag a called Wlson'! Cut-up Frozen I
meeting of the Methodlut WSC
for the occasion. After the reguli. Fryers Each 99c =
meeting, Mrs. Dinklns was prented ;'
with a corsage of whit Blrdsey*or Snow Crop Ore

carnations, }[rs. from Horace her Cox granddaughters and Mr- JUice 5 CUI 99c

: William Pope el-Jacksonville. No
came the box of gifts from all Seabrook Baby
members of the organization, followed -
by delicious refreshment! Limas rk>. 23c

Mother Dlnkins was 84 years old i 4T Crisp k Clay
Oven Frozen>
the next day.
Family Dinner Broccoli Broccoli n]<- ?aka, 1 13Kiln o
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durbln t 01
Lawtey entertained with a famll Welch's (' ncnt rated trope//IIIIII///lA,,.,.,.,.. Dried Sweet --

dinner Mrs. Durban's on Mother's mother Day, ,Mrs.honoring J. L JUICE 4 99c POBioes:3! : U,, Jf 4typ
Williams of Hampton. Dinner Wall cans QUALITY RIGHTS RESERVED: 152 CALL ST. PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY, MAY 19thTemptingDelicious
r served buffet style in the spacloui
dining room of the Durbln home<
located In that section of
which la
former! ,, -,..
Lawtey which was ] DEN
known as Cracker Six.This is one A1VTiCORN
of the original houses of the area
All but two of Mrs. Williams'
children were able to be with heron grin ).
this occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lee Wainwright Fresh Ears
and children, and Mini!,
Beatrice Edwards of Gainesville, t
and Mr. and Mrs. B. W Tucker of w 4 for 29C
I Fernandina were dinner guest. of
:Mrs Leona Edwards Sunday. -
, Weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. 'itg Golden Ripe
w ) J. P. Wyrick were their daughter, hejabel-i
Tallahassee.Mr.Mrs. Charles. Carter and family of IkD/n / Bananas 21b= 25C

1 I
and Mrs. Joe Frigo and be r
'eon Fancy Wlnesap Yorks
family of Jacksonville were Son-\ 3-lbs. 25c(
day guests of Mrs. Frlgo'a mother,

Mrs Lou drlffls. !pples 3 lb. 29C
S. J. Futch of Jacksonville spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Jules

Eunice. --- -- --....
Mallle Prevatt of Jacksonville
i spent Sunday with his mother, Georola Shipped, Grade A,Dressed & DrawnFRYERS
Mrs. Senle Prevatt.
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs '
O. J. Anders were their son Ib
James, and wife of Palatka.
The Carl Prevails spent the
(weekend with relatives In Ocala. Jb. 1 /
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips : YI Sl u!edermont BACON 69CSweet: 655
and his mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips .
M r.akklem Small Meaty Taste 0' Sea
and Miss Ola Mae Phillips ;.z Red Perch
visited Mrs. J. B. Jones at Theres- """ _. ee. ..,'ftk.?;thh,,, WIllab', Spareribs Lb. 49c Fillet Lb. 39t
afternoon. /
4d; sa Sunday e v Tender SUced Pork Taste 0' Sea Cod
Miss Linda Carter of Jacksonville
spent the weekend with her IW fit", I ... I 1 14 Liver Lb. 39c Fillet Lb. 35s
,1.4:2., ;
.J1 :
parents, Mr and Mrs. C. F ullN5/ t" I !I. : Sunnyland Skinless Dressed
Carter.Mr. ..a, w y'fl,:. c9J.. Wieners 69c 19c
and Mrs. Alfred Walters of 1'' .xM't ,. ,dt. lost", U I Lb. Whiting Lb.
St. Petersburg were weekend ..rl//II e Sugar Cured Piece Cooked
guests of his parents, Dr; and Mrs Bacon 45c Lobster 69CtiSOn's
for thai 'something d//Terenttry DEL MONTE whole ,i : Lb.
W. T; Walters. ,, .. a pile, IH
1'' andMrsPasco; Mott and
children of Gainesville were guests $pic.PEACfiESLp55DEL : 074 I ...
.of Mr and Mrs. L, H. Futch last ; "Corn-King" SlicedBACON

Jacksonville Mrs. Marguerite spent Sunday Brusgell with of MONTE li'qht. sweet .a CAlI 3I I << I FRUIT'-SALAD U'150' LR49c

the T. L. Wainwrlghta. -
parents DEL MONTE CPQthed DEL MONTe ,par J
CHERRIES *.303 GLASS 35t ..
Sunday guests of Mrs. L. II PINEAPPLE "229t PRUNES "305 UA25,
I Hill were W H. Jones and children 1st L.._ Swift's Premium Half or Whole Smoked
of St.) Augustine and Mr. and Mrs DEL MONTE Chunks of I DEL MONTE Oreraradr3o3
James Blackahear and son 01 Plump. Delicious DEL MONTE I
I'n PINEAPPLE eic' ..30c PRUNES *.2i 6LAs3S4irornia .

Mother's. H.Day Edwards guests wero of Mr.Misses andMrsyV. C ,I FIGS +GLASS 29 4- .il1.' ,II! DEL MONTE(Uholt Puled I DEL MONTE BI."JItI 32.rPeL HAMS lb

Lou Edwards and Nancy Crosier APRICOTS &:i\4Z. ASPARAGUS ::.IC:
and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon
family, all of Jacksonville. Ada
Edwards was also home for Moth HOMOGENIZED!
er's Day after spending a ,week In
a Jacksonville hospital.Mrs. a
A. H. Harley, Dan Harley Spay SPRY .uon951
and hie daughter, Elaine; spent CAN

Sunday Jacksonville with the Beach.Nelson Blockersat FRUIT COCKTIL

The D. W. Moores of Jackson t -
vllle were Mother's Day guests of -
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore.
Mrs. C. R. Shuford entertainedwith MONT Ga/deM. DEL 'tOemttrfulRNEAPPIEJUICCH7 Bartlett
De/'i 4ifffrlly Delicious DEL MONTE
a birthday party for her *
granddaughter Monday afternoon., Brenda Birthday Thorpe cake ;:.SPINACH .Z CA" $18. I > D

and Ice cream were served after DEL MONTE 60/1/0 I DEL&.: MONTE Fffcu M. flQAb E3(e

the children had enjoyed games. CORN PICNIC ..2. ..3i'l i CATSUP.* OZ.eoml 23 .-
Mother's Day guests of the O. .... NALYES
J. Phillips family were Mr and I>DEL MONTE frrfb OdikAt I DEL MONTE aai CAN

Ga.Mrs.and James Mr .and Phillips Mrs.of Coleman Macon &ENDED) UMAS .:( i' 29 I CHILI SAUCE"' oz. 26>> ', ,

Phillips of Tampa. '" .
Bryant Reddish of Jacksonvilleand DEL MONTE'S lrat.Paeked
the J. Q. Godwins of Raiford ,,,DO. 27 i
were Mother's Day guests of their RAISINS 1e. .OLBOt) IffiAR

parents Mr. and Mrs. V R. Red-

dish.Webster Mr. had and Mrs.spent Roy the Reddish previous of D?L iVONTEDarden{ ( : '

weekend here with their parents. 394

Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Charles were Blumbergof Sunday AsparaqusDel ttf CAN .', Factory Packed (Limit 1, Please)
R. A. Grit
of Mr. .
guests 0
Griffis, who 1 ',
tis. Mrs. Enoch otLMONrERefM"o%
spending some time at Kingsley DEtLtONtE&g: *I = .
daughter Mrs. W JUICE 2 23 -
Lake with her Sunday al Monk BEETS C
C. Woolen, also spent Pf MOIC11 GoItI"
her Mrs.home Effle here.Miner bad as Moth-, Mr oieeo-No 30361. .SUCIJO-HOMK ctrvfifftff2i :' CORN 2'-"'33' PEAS 2-0' 37 Pounds

r'a Day Mrs.guestsand Howard her Miner children and .son fi27< 2 33' 23 .. ..

of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mr ofJuniper ..... .- -
Frank Well and daughter

Springs. -
fl: ('uawt. BmiHor
Myrtle 'd..atrl'.wWalkU: : > Leak.., Defendant. CI
Plaintiff., .a. I>avtd. Watt Case No. 5111 CLOROX BLEACH 2 Quarts f

To Appear.Pro
15.114. wkoaereYounare
; David Watt Luke
addr :
that a ..
hereby notified .1> --,.'
restoration of
Divorce and
pialntiff' name Hal been
named.Court.and you cau.. end you are EDUCATOR DIXIE DARLING

an l.andrum.required the wer Plantlffe or to Stark.plendlnff I lerve Attorney, Florida a to. copy the,,enmplalnton T.of and Prank your file SALTINES IbBox 25cIc'E' R M BREAD..mi Loaf 12''

original office of the. _
f lerk of the Circuit' Court on,or before ....
the 11th day of June 1951oh.rwl.e ;
the allocation of laidComplaint 2
will be taken ae cone YTSIJALLARD'S OVEN-READY
feimril Thle' by notice you halt be publlkhed. 74d oz Nabisco Premium Lb. Sunshine
once each we k for four coneecutlveWrV ., 39c
I".lB the Br lUjld ',''> ul* T l.- ** Crackers I.. 9c Hi-Ho P'g 34c BISCUITS pkg. lOc 1

:! *1"* th 1111. e r
(cJj1I :t L"YAt J.fah ,
Cleric of the Circuit Court .. .. .. .
By Haven Crosby, Deputy S'll: Clerk 4t fll; -r__ .''" ,- --- -", --.- - .-"- .- P'- .. .. -- '- ." .. -- -.- --- . ..--_.. .. ._ ._ . .,. : . ,. --- '- .-'-. -.

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;1 At The Tabernacle rumen OF JESUS: CHRIST well in t
OF Ocala. to be present, and the offering amounted -I I h.. bi on tl led I ao-aliint" you by fluanni" the Plaintiff a' 1 Imm.dlateljr
The LAT FJR DAY SAINTS Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Llbhart and to 1258.76 for the church) ,' "V florlutnllNr Jr In the CI.'ult ..- thereafter file th rlnrlnnl I of the
fragrant "
flower and the their 'nirt of Bradford County Flor acme In my offl. .. Upi",n, failure to
fragrant memories of Sunday School every Sunday children. Sunny and Robin building fund. I regret that I was 1 Ida In rhntvry. his Complaint andth.it comply with .lthi" nf th" above a
godly moth.
of Jacksonville Beach visited Farm the relict thereto prayed for decree pro con Ma will li.
ers blended morning 10 I unable to attend because of an Infected entered
sweetly in the Taber. a. m. Sacrament Services friends Sunday. I" a divorre .ir.''nat you aocoiilniir" to law
nacle service Sunday. Appropriate 6:30: p. m. A cordial InvitationIs Mr. foot. Thla In. thnrttfor, to command you WITNESS my ha"rl and the avalof
music was rendered extended to all. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and :Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Hickey to flip your written appearance fneaI. Our circuit Court. tliu 7th. day
L I by the young their son, Clifton, and their visit. .I caner on or before Monday, of May un.(01"Flel ,
people at both morning and eve. ors, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. and Sanderson Bennett and wife June: 11, 1561 anA you .hall I.I.thr'i"a.. ( SEAT;: ,) A. J. Thomas
fling hours, and the CHURCH OF GOD Nolan and I i .tree on "r berorP Jut,. 1 Clark' of the Circuit, Court 1
sub. their daughter, Meredith Ann, ol from Baldwin visited the Strlck- j save a ropq 0' your dtsn.ee. ..i Iiradford County. Florida'
fact for the 8th & St. Clair SI*. soya .n a. I.. .
morning message was: Orlando lands | 1iI.ull' Hqx 1sT, ny Itavon Crosby, Deputy Cleric
Methodist "A were dinner guests of Mr. Sunday. We were sorry tc Oaln..avll1.. "Ior'"a' for
Church ChurchThe Mother of Zarepath" ((1 Kings Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs. J. Bill 4t 8,1,
11:91.A: ). Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m B. Strickland In Gainesville hear that Mr. Bennett lost the -- - -c _.. _ .
worship at the First Methodist Church of Sunday at noon Sunday. sight of when lIIiIoJiI'IIIIIIV"UI'' .. IU''CIJI i
vlted to beautiful reading, "Mother't Evening Service 7:30: p.m. During the past week Mr. and one eye a paver
I. Starke this Sunday.ling Starke invites you to attend the Vacant Chair" ((1 Sam. 20:13): ), was IT. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Mrs Bill Atwood of' Jacksonvilleand motor, being used by his son-lu- ,,

worship hour the followingservices of worship on given by Mrs. J. T. Quigley Sunday Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m Mrs Emma Rivers and Sarah law, caught some object and slung I

ilng with Mrs. Mona Sunday May 20. Church School morning and made more realistic Rivers of Auburndale were visitorsof i It,tilttlng Mr. Sanderson In the Marlin Factory Service
begins at 9:45: : a. m. with a class by the ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL i
placing of Mr.
: an old-fashioned and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and eye
a organ. The message for every age group. rocking chair on the ros"trum. Friday May 18: Instruction of Mr. and Mrs P. S. Crews. i I IToK

Lor will be "Waiting Rev. W. O. Aldridge will be I class Rev. Fred Yerkes 7:30: p. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cox and W:ft forT LEOlsLtT10N MAY CONCERN1: : 4 I
guest speaker at the 11 o'clock I Airpark m. Sunday, May 20: Church School their daughters Cynthia and Prls- Notice I \Is. hereby irlven' nt Int..nI..II! '! WATCH REBUILDING
evening at the 7:45: : service in the Starke Woman's J I Baptist 9.15: a. m. Morning Prayer, Rev.A. cilia, of Live Oak were guests of tn apply T.egi.inlur.to the 1951 "for*flflon a of bill Ihs'FIor1Aa 126 Court St.

service Rev. Halnes' Club. Mr. Aldridge a member of Sunday School at 9:43: Lacy L. Fenderson, 11 0.. m. Mr and Mrs. R. II. Cox Mothcr'i which Mil Htmll pertain to the nn- Starke, Fla.
ruction .
or criulltlon estahll.hmeat
the Florida -
f ,ill be "On Top of The Conference Conway Sunday School Supt. Day equipping.mnlntf nnnr* and .
congregationalbe is well known as a speaker and Morning Services 11:00: Mr and Mrs John P. Turney operation of a I\lIhll"! hospital at
The led by Bill Stahl Bible lecture and will be heard B. T. U. 6.15j : STATE FARM and their children Mary Carol Btnrke benefit In of Itrnrlfnrd the cllla.>nn County ant ,resident fur' th<'
iBiio-organ-duo of Mr with a great deal of Interest by 'I''j Evening Worship 7:39: and John, Jr., of Jacksonville spent of Hrndforri County and tn prnvUI*'
nklns and Miss Julia his many friends throughout thl I Come worship with us. By Mrs. Bryan \VnitneM, Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs for the the rHlalnir appropriation of revenue of for money the ron and R.B.ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER COD
for the song section. Rev L. 0. Hemmlngway, Pastor C M Turney. ntriu'tlnn or ntilpltlon.. f.qult' i>'inn. STORAGE
111 play maintenenee end operation. of such
Guest soloist will be; Mlsa Anita Bridal Shower" After having visited her son-ln- hooplt..1 l>v the location to such

people's choir, direct- Prather, of pasedena, Calif. Presbyterian Church The home of Mr and Mrs. A. C lay and daughter, Mr. and Mrs hospital ftinrtu of portion"which may of be the received ritftrnrk ,,' .1.-;). _.... ....._ __. ... \Va operatelocal
p daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Davis DeWitt Sinclair, for ten Mrs. ",
will bring apeclHh !- J. W 1 J was the attractive wetting days by Iiradford County A long dlntanca
Jones the orchestra en- Prather, and grandaughter of Mr 9:45: Sunday'School. for a shower complimenting :Mrs. Z. H. Clarke returned to her homeIn 4'lf 4t 511TO RD.ALVAAEZ.'.: ; e ESON i, anywhere In U. 8.

directed by Tom and Mrs. A. F. Sauls of Starke. 10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class Junior Lyons, a recent bride, Saturday Moultrte Georgia, Sunday NOTICE 'rl.II: --;I MOVING-i
ving T. 11 afternoon Mrs Mrs. R. P. McLendon and their In ilrruU Court nmdfnrd ('..an.F. .... _. J.
I Rev. a. :Mitchell will preach a. m. Services conducter byi May 12. fforUini' In (hfinrrrr* _'L: EXCELLENT
School meets at 8:41: I at the Sunday evening service at i Rev. Charles Imbrle, of Penney Marcus Reddish of Hellbronn ton, Tommy, returned Tuesday (lo.d"n1'. Schaefer' Plnlntlff, v., !t
classes for 8 p. m. on the subject '"The Farms. Springs, Mrs. L. A. Nolan of Or- from Tampa here they had visited Nelly LI. Schaefer, Defendant O ref STORAGE]
and Can No. Hot '
tmenta World's Need of Faith." Special lando and Mrs. J. B. Strickland of Mr, and Mrs. Rudy McDonell! \..II,*. "'0 A|.pr.Tn .
Wiggins Assoc. Sup- since Friday. > Nolly H Schester. ,,lion ....,,1-
j in charge. Trainingher music will be furnished by the I Church of Christ Gainesville were co-hostesses. A dentsod a-Jilrunn .IM 28431 Kilbourna* I FACILITIES "
6:43: with J. T. Youth Choir. profusion of lovely summer bios Mother's Day Mr. and Mrs. J. 8t. Pclrolt' 5( Mlohlfffin '
at :
[fctlng. The Senior and Intermediate Corner 10th( And :MoMohon. soms enhanced the beauty of the M. Bradley had as their guests Mr milt You for are nivorro hereby ban notified been thAt fllmlnicalniit .A Agents For -
I Bible School-10 A. M. party rooms and the gaily packaged and Mrs. Vance Geiger, Mr. and you In the above named
t service Wednesday 7i; Methodist Youth Fellowship meets :, Preaching--11 A. M. and' 7:30: gifts on the dining room table Mrs. Jimmie Bradley and theft Court and raiiito and you are reqnlrpd DELCIIEKUKOS. See ua first
pastor bringing the I at 7:00 p. m. Following the evening j'"'P.M. made a pretty back-ground for the sons, Clinton and Jack Wayne, al'of nr to pleading serve "R copy to the of complaint your answer .
I and a period of songny. I service all young people are Invited I II Prayer Meeting and Bible Study flower decorations. In appropriate Jacksonville. on the Plnlntlff'H' Attorney, A. J.
| to the Fellowship hour in the each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. contests Mrs. Clifford Ithodeu ot Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Thoitiim the orlfrlnnl I ,Jr. Htark In the. Florid office; : and of flla the

fl invitation is extended Recreational Hall. Hosts"for the Everyonewelcome.. Waldo and Mrs. Wilford Lyons of : spent Saturday night and Sunday Clark before of the the 39th Circuit day of Co May\irt on IAA1 or
forshlp, regularly at the1st fellowship hour this week are Bert Maqclenny were prize winners' in Jacksonville as guests of Mr. otherwise the allAvatlotta of said:
I Starke. and Byron Newcomb. St. Marls 'Episcopal The honoree was attired for the and Mrs. Jack Nelson. 'mol..lnt orl hv :you will b" tak.n wi confena ATTENTION

Friday, May It, 7:30: pm: In occasion in her wedding dress ot Mr. and Mrs. Harold George of f Thin notion shell b* lIhll.h..et
I struction Class, Rev. Fred Yerkes. navy and a corsage was of Winter Haven wereMother's Day nor weeks each In the week Prndforrt fnr four County I'on..rllllv"T"le.
Sunday, May 13: Church School gladioli. Each hostess had a corsage guests of tile latter's parents, Mr "Vhliiil TOBACCO GROWERSLet
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor thla !lR'h day of April' 1951 l
9:45: a.m. Morning Prayer 11 a.m., peas Refreshments and Mrs DeWitt Sinclair. OFPICIAr, PWAI A f n'hnmee
Mack Futch, Lay Reader. consisted of Ice cream and cake Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Cl.*rk of fh* Circuit r."."irt Us 'Write Your
IT BAPTIST CHURCH Starker Additional out of town guests Included W. Q. Stringfellow at noon Sunday fly TIuvin ('ro.bO"n"'v: 4137 4t r |ells1.Aee iu'
., St. Edward's Catholic Mrs. J.V.. Lyons of Mac were Mrs. J. E. Wilson andMrs. --
clenny and Mrs. America Rhoden J. M. It' 1 II"allnn l and Nally. Tntpitmr HAIL INSURANCE
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Brownlee of Starke To i
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Rev. William H. Neuhaus, pas Mrs. Nancy Crews and Miss Irene During the day Mr and Mrs. Bob : vnhrae M ltnrk.hllxr
tor. Crews ol Taylor. Bnrklcy their .414.. .Wtiltff Wood'. Avenue
and children, Marge .. '.'nn<1 VMlKcrCo .
Sunday Mass: at 9:15: a. m. Bridge Club MeetingMrs. and Mike, of Jacksonville were al ...ir Ti<*,ni.h A, raltfnrnla' NOW llefore You Need It
[JNDAY SERMONS-11:00: A.M.,.7:45 P.M. Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. C. :M. Turney was hostesi HO visitors of Mr. and Mrs. String.. You are hereby notified that th.r.

r School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M. Confessions Saturday :3:00: to at last week's meeting of the State fellow! Every Itranch of
-WEEK SERVICE 6:00: P. M. and 7:30: to 8:30: ( P. ),,1.Chlldren's Farm Bridge Club entertaining at i Mr and Mrs. R. P. McLendon Used
Catechism Classes, dessert-bridge at her home Thursday had as their Mother' Day gueslthe
Saturday 10:00 a. m. afternoon. Easter lilies and former' mother, Mrs. L. B TELEVISION INSURANCEH.
Morning "Waiting for God"Evening Adult Religious Instruction gladioli were outstanding In the McLendon of Jacksonville. Other Sets
courses every Sunday 7 to 8 p, M., pretty flower arrangements used guests on that occasion were Mr
I "On Top of The Mountain"CHURCH and by special appointment. I by the hostess In decorating for and Mrs. Jack White and their

The public Is cordially Invited. I the occasion. Prize winners among sons, Billy and Phil, also of Jack $59.95Up

lOtli St. ana Temple Ave. Mrs.L. F.J.chapman R. Kite for, second for high score and; Chas. C. PHONE: 116
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.j: Morn-I Shepherd
Mrs. D. L. Nix In bingo.
Ing Worship 11 a.' m.; Evangells LONG BRANCH
tic Services T:00 p. m. Everyone Friday Mrs. W. E. Feagle and Radio. T.V. .. Seat,Covers Constant Service Over 50
SUNDAY 8 P.M. elcom. her mother, Mrs C. F. Edward lly Mr*. J. L. Strickland 307 \V. Glatt; Starke Yeqra -

I were' hostesses at a luncheon at t aI
YREfLECTORS"Sermon 1 their home. Their guests Included I. nnlr Frisbee Death

by the Pastor Fv R-E-rE. *! -. Matl-H. C. ')oIal.b.uul.-Jo4rs..Rlohar" ormJb Ifrlnbcof" *Hlgffland -
Fulford. Mrs. Henry Smith and] died of a heart attack about 6 p
For Prompt FREE Removalof Mrs. James all of Mil. 4a
ST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton Ilipplxley m. May 9. He and his family moved d
Dead, Crippled, & Worthless (liard.I to Highland not long ago tc +
BOB GRAY Pastor I Mr. and :Mrs. Byron Evans and
Cattle Horses, Mules, work at the Saunders saw mill
their baby son, Jerry, Mr and Mrs Besides his wife he Is survived
'chool 10 A.M. B. T. U. 7 P.M. by
& Hogs John Salisbury and Miss Lois three daughters./ Funeral service

(JOIN THE CROWDS TO OUR SERVICES" I' Call 132, StarkeWE Irene Cox of Orlando spent the were conducted in the Highland
past weekend with their grand
Church Rev Edward
Baptist by
: BILLY GRAHAM and Ills Revival Camr'liltniprelented ALWAYS COME I .
( parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Harvey at 3:30: o'clock Sunday
1 in a film to be shown in our Cl.urch; Florida Renderers and Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cox. afternoon.
MONDAY AT 8 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and Mrs Lizzie Strickland Mrs.

INC.: Miss Frances Caldwell were Moth Ruby Hayes, and Mrs. M. Carter
-. :-- .' -. -- -.- -- ."\ I era Day guests of Mrs. J. B. Gild of Starke attended the Homecoming

___a at Long Branch Sunday
and vlMlted the J. L. Stricklands .

/r, /aft We"rwardM.understand there was the 1 liii'' I

largest congregation\ at Long
Branch Church lost Sunday that 1
ban ever been known to be there. ip JI ,

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iTM Home ConstructionLoan l Siceloff f Tells Florida Customers I I (1: <;

For ApplicationsOff Time BeingC. Starke Factory To Be Ready SoonThe D I A < \>

W. Henry. Jr., Chief of the Dy Sam

Veterans Administration's Direct author will
Loan Section In Jacksonville notified letter reprinted below, mailed out last week by Sim trite The Items of

A. J. Thomas Jr.. local servIce ; Siceloff, president of the Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Inc. Ing the activities i.Bradford
officer Tuesday that the February making and the Siceloff Manufacturing Co., Inc., tells an eloquent County. !

28, 1931, deadline for construction story that will be sweet music to the ears of Starkeites who be loft at the :
for home
application followed the of the factory here since the mailed to Sam \ '
loans had not yet been extended have progress new I ; !

by Congress. first spark of an idea originated last November.The Florida '

There are five or six homes un- huge new factory building covering 23,000 jjquare L. ;! (;

der construction tu Starke by of I feet is nearing the final stages of completion, with little to i Sold nine hampers of Tender I i I trotted off I II : :

veterans under the Law provision but no applications be done except the steel work for the roof and the roofing it. green beans at the Starke Market 'Harold's cat I I
this Direct Loan
for 275. Although the number
this type of loan self. e our
for Porky
sold Is very small, the price wa3 I
l have been accepted by the Veterans Last week Mr. Siceloff mailed out the following letter: the highest we've ever gotten for I a time for '

Administration nubncquent to We '|She broke (! n il
beans and we are very pleased.
the February 28th! cutoff date. {came down 1
INC. remember the
that BIG-DAD MANUFACTURING CO. still very clearly
a Mr. Henry stated however went Into the
took 38 of beam
would time we hampers
In his opinion Congress Summer extend MANUFACTURERS OF WORK AND PLAY CLOTHES to the Jacksonville market and got 1 I then into the

some the provisions time this of the Direct Loan Sales Office and Factory STARKE, FLORIDA only $1.13: per hamper. At that [which we now
she cut a
law for an additional period of May 9, 1951 time we were wondering how on ,
until this earth a farmer ever managed to { peanuts
two action years.has been taken applications To Our Florida Customers and Friends: keep going when the price of a 'which .was what

,1 of loan will not be crop dropped, and to teU the truthwe eating
rut for this type Veterans Administration. We are happy to advise that we will have a very modern still are wondering. We'vemade up what she
accepted by branch plant in operation at Starke, Florida within the next a little profit on our beans ed enough

few months. This new plant will be known as The Big Dad so far, and have another patch bothered us

Manufacturing Company, Incorporated. We hope to get into' coming which Is all paid for But got out with
Hercules Sponsors
operation during late June or early July we have learned that in farmingyou ta and we
' HOBSO Course HereAll can't count on a thing until! they would ,
This plant will be one of the most modern in the South and "it's done sold and the money In Porky is shut

salaried employee of the will consist of 23,000 square feet of floor space, with addi-, your pocket going to stay I
Brunswick WoocU. Department of latest i e e have a date
. tional space for further expansion. We will install the
Hercules Powder Co met at for the types of machinery aW with individual motors and stands, Heard a loud squeal and a com factory.: I s
'f Legion Hall here last Saturday motion out by the brooder house
I ,
u a visual economics course on 'fluorescent lights and the progressive bundle line system of and thought that the pigs were Better late

'r "How Our Business System Oper- manufacturing.At raising a fuss, so we didn't tnVl' tl- I pone is the
ate"" work gate. But later we found one ofHenrietta' cided to come
dungarees pants, ;
from this plant we will manufacture ,
There were representatives litter its side, ing production
.lying on
I Brunswick Folkston Waycross, and sport shirts. The other items which we make and do I
just about able to move. We berries
Ga., Lake City will be shipped out of Lexington I (
and Statenvllle, not carry at the Starke.plant thought that one of the sows had; at least we
P Green Cove ) )
Baldwin Starke North Carolina. ? ? stepped on It and that it would to pay our ,
Polk City
. Springs, Sanford heal without care but as the from now on
{ Zephyrlillls, and Tampa. We will advise you more about this new plant when it is com- I day went on any and the poor littlepig I le is that

t This course Is now being presented and get into production.We .
of pleted we : just lay there shivering and and expense
to all wage employees the nice business have given us and hope ,
appreciate you
and South trembling we gathered it up and people try
14k the company In Florida for a continuance of same. In addition, we want more of put it In a shed. It would not eat: you for

Georgia.CLASSIFIED. your business when this new plant gets into operation. or drink and we thought it would mad.

With very best regards, we are die so we got it to drink some to try to get
water and then when it didn't respond as you can, I
Yours very truly, we gave it a "sulfa" tabletIn ple for I

some milk. That didn't do any can't sell, she
if gal UK NT I Unlr..hl"! .hady elo.s. yarllApply -Inapartm..ntH. BIG DAD MANUFACTURING CO., Inc. good apparently, for the poor thing freeze and I

Mr..W.Large H. Nollmun or Mr SICELOFF MANUFACTURING, CO., Inc. just doesa't seem to be getting i there will be
201 W. Ma 0. U L.lnln Mill any better. But we're going to keep
to It. Met Leon
trying save .
FOH HAI.R-Pan*! Truck ,-4 ton.lot. p, S. When this new plant is completed, we invite you to come e e he told us

I I or Will small sail cheap Acreage or, or I mil frond for hone.i. and see same. When getting ready to cultivate| along but

i. trailer Hum. VHU! *. ere Meter SI., the field corn, had a visit by Ed It I .will be too
Jax. phone 1-4716. KBWRKCKERS Bellinger, one of our newest I Says that he
Smith AssignedTo Girl Scout Troop
WANT- ; neighbors. Ed knows our tract and we /

KD. Army I'amp.A LAHORElia Wrecking Corp ItFttlllT Blackwater ForestState I Has New LeaderThe make very well so he was able tc to a lot of \, )
Ir Blending_ set the cultlvator.ethat
tamp| help us up
, HOUSE!! FOR 8AL.E K.iulp- Forester C. H. Coulter Woman's Auxiliary\ of St. we could get close to the corn Which

+ meal, stock and, T building..mpl ;,Av.$875.., -1ftp announced thla week the appointment Mark's Episcopal Church sponsorsof and throw some soil to it, but sweet corn Is I +

a M."Io"k O, from Jarago enurthnnee. of Leonard F, Smith Jr. to Troop I, Girl Scouts have been still not cover up the peanuts we stand In the (
be area forester at Blackwater did the cultivating and not as bragging
P-UT port Howard SALE turn-76o left per at BlflBpy State Forest In West Florida 40 fortunate In securing Mrs. .At Kay well as Ed would have done It, but a fact) and

11,110"Inlor Mack Court follow .l slat niti miles from Pen.acola. Carlisle as scout'leader.The we did appreciate his help and ad- chief to work BICYCLES:1 1 1I I

Since his graduation from the troop meets on Monday vice. Is I 9-10 a

FOR RR>rr gernee-.1.--On. 4-room I T QiilKloy hoops. with It, U of F In 1949 Smith has servedIn afternoons and the activities are ., But because:
both A
1 both the Qeargta and Florida varied. In-the past fel'< Set out 3,000 pepper plantswhich stand we (
)In. and
WHAT ARR PLAN for Business IB forest service His moat recent many we had raised from seed mineral oil
cnma? ARawlalprh ..atab.llahnd that of apprentice weeks :Miss Lehman, who was for '
hard to. boat. Rig line wall assignment waa and then did not get back In time ear-worm
In Bradford. axperlano.County, mak.n r.<. forester attached to the Clay Coun many years a missionary in India, to keep them clean, and we lost McClane

Hood qiilrfld..profit Writ No today for Infortnatlon ty Fire Protection Unit with headquarters has meet with the troop on two them all to the weeds. That sort the method Is t!.

how P'ADe270de2,1", lIf..mphi" Raw<- at Penney Farms. ;occasions when they studied birds. of thing is bound to happen when erally used

l"l chV ..Dept. 4tn BIHRnift The new appointment Is one In- ,! we try to do more than we possibly I priced corn.
the troop
T nn : 12
On Saturday May :
volving various forest manage can, for you can do only sc the timing is
i r.-All..mmlrl.F111' ment duties on one of the largest enjoyed swimming at Strickland'*,j much in a day and If we had taken e'Il try It as

Resaonahle. All Makers..h..r.-... gunreSter. ... 'state forests In Florida. He and hit Landing on Kingsley Lake and ate I care of the peppers then something to I do under '

'' (' ..t *<'iin......11.. t'.......iiV.pin.iiin ...nrWIPS.,; ,-.1>\ I family expect to move to their the last meeting the members else would have suffered '

+ Pine. Cypress or 'new home at Munson by the end their first aid badges. I Guess we'll cut up the rowland, Planted a I
PUT worked on
WANTED: TO them In
Pay highest price of this week. re-plant in something: else, proba got
t itumS3".r In lump .um. bly butter beans. dtg'em as we 1
I Kearee, Lak. Huller, Fla asp 61', Termite Control 1 certainly are I I

SYSTKM Household Pest Control Got one of our fence-hopping good care of

Ideal BOOKKEEPING for *mall .... Rat Control heifers back Into the fold but the es, so that I ,

Ev: .!rythlnir you need ttradford In one CountTelcwrnnh hook F O Shrubbery Spraying other one, Toby, still\ Insist.. on plant In the I
It at
*t 75 Hoo ** I H Tree Pr.uning staying away. We got Comfort I
back because she Is rather tame. Saw a nel
IEODING, AND BIRTHDAY CAKES' Tree Surgery which was hit (
taken At t>fthm ir'i ami once she tasted a pall of feed
Ordt r
u tin t tri If PHONE (}WRITE .
00-L wilt he )
Gift Hlinpn_. Phono_, which we wed to coax her wjth as
-.- ---- back home all right. We happened to
''r I''eF." she came
II ill s OYl...." AIMIH. .. Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. put the "cow poke" on her whichIs and shame.
.. Innrnntrcill'll
PO11TlBrh: 1I.PIII'ttOC'.urt" : to keep her lime and
device supposed
C' tlll.Kt M..11.I' .... !I..... M<*vk.CI.KAN 2220 N. W. 6th St. Ph. 6035( : .. Gainesville, Fla. from jumping and we hope that helped on
r FRfF.nATOU FOR SALID-ll an n.tI..rv..I .. FREE INSPECTION AND KST1MATES: she, will stay now where she be sure but we
.on.IIlon. will
Il fine. gored Can her,. crow- longs. We almoat got Toby Copper
at &OCl .Madison ur the same way but a mule came preventing

i son 25.i WANTED along at the wrong time and Toby starts
Nn dun"a.I.nle.o unr..II.nr..eord. County PeiI If-. -ioIi Q....-_ fU"-_ -- --- .

,I ..or"'h." II'

Ooml HALE' condition.-19(1 Tempi. Dodge III'jl Ave leg Panel He at truckFOR *118It01.'IE |KT .. LIONS CLUB and

(' Bhull, 325
i !' FOR HAI.K-t rooma I II..II"a Dedicated To Community Service -
and lavoratory "Movie Are Better Than Ever"
( hath KutomiUlo 311-C..I. gap Weselhealer PresentWorld's
of town
quarter mile east

city 91,750..watvr. T.rm; Bargain ronld fur rr 1. cash He or. Sat., May 19 ONLY Tues., Wed.- May 22, 23 FUNNIEST .


Av.., Oalni>i.vHI", Kin 4t I'll end SMILIT NAB BALL

Fort REST-D..lrsbl. clnae-ln WATlR.DAMSAIOTIURSI t
Large shady 1 '
-apartment.;:; ,V If Nnllmnn or Mrs ) SHIRLEY MONTY

O.a Llnnln 101V.. Maillxim4lp .SIULIVr. f Ir r ; CHARLES i' TEMPLEWOOLLEYl CYCLE CIRCUS"A

Softball Game
bund. Crazy on
car. Must .he able to furnish SMilEY I
The man, I am looklnu debit; for liulld-miit ,,, \ Square and EccentricWheels"
he able to fcupervlna LBUENETTEMM
.,. and I be able to handle the .I- 2
l"l'l\.n.\ of the territory a..I..dW. l M MADISON
have. a complete line of hopltallnntlon *- GUY "Gold Award"
health and accident.
and life pollutes sold on the Trained Donkeys '
Also debits Imlld
monthly plan
.r. wanted state qualification Vs.
nod when. you can v" to work r tlNta gt.ry "SinceYoirWentAwaj' -
Writ I'. O. l"'i J04. falatka. Fla' NrtM Ialry
Itl' $|lea .A COIUMIIA r PICIUM r- "_=

FOrt 8ALE-I-roon. house ( acres e..
All modern convenience. 9 ml
east of Htarke. et.0110.. Cash ort..rm.'h.
.. C. Shepherd, 307 Wt FIELDS '
W. fall HI Phone 13t If

GIRL WANTED for restaurant EJ,ar
work. !Must live i>n premise. Apneaarlampaflitand .ll-.o "Fifth Column MOUB-
'" liar Illway Hw BE ENHI&TH
ng;, or writ Cartoon and News
771 Hturke 11
FO RENT-1 room houa. 144 mileseast Thur., Fri. May 2-1. 25 ]
of Htark. on Hoad M William ,
Hli-| lire II|t8FOR -

filALKrooni neW ..ou.*. WHAT Untrained Bicycles
rhamp. II. f* To h. mo..d 1

KlnB.Uy Lake at aw mRllip "'25 AN "You'll Laugh 'Till

FOR RENT': -Nlr* Clean .room 10 Also| "Leghorn Blows Midnight" :., Jt Your Sides Ache"
ft I
poker near shirt man. factory loth and Mrs fhurrh. -anler Cartoon & "Hruoe Gentry" Serial' WEAL
Zf|> hate Friday Night, May 25

RUMMAGE: SALE Prl and flat ..1Harry' Sun., Mon May. 20, 21 P.M.. Adult 60e (

near .Camp Toorlel Etandtns Court Illway Harvalnralnre It. i_<,II'.,rwa..r nwtww n.tsewne..w; ..-A"3wr ":;;;' I IGooj HIGH SCHOOL Tax


LAKE OOTTAOW! for 7 **JUOT ** WILLIAM ua v 4* mjwnpt.n !I
rent. month of Jun., t bedroom HOLLIDAYKOLOEN .CRAWFORD oRl
C. A. Futrh.Ht'
tkleeplna, -ke. ; porch lti> H'OATtAOK '1 i ir*.a fi.y*,r albwi Mmah_.ffa4im4" OF RIGHT AND
SYLVAN SIMON.Olrwtcd.kf !f OKUt Wllot
hedrooma. m.fdern file. bath Cartoon and \lm 0_" Cartoon andolre
II central-1 hentlngr air roof..". Every-: Almi "Air )sates. > > "Silly 25 LBS YELLOW ROSE
,, of 'enicW"
thIng furnished "' .pt llnenefjlvtn New Travelogue
*: room oIl..elt.cltl'h..n.,
pantry. Very lira;* oloeetw. At>-
r T>(* Colnnlal Florist, Nona Ht.
l Phon 111. tf


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