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 12, 1950
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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MAY 1219,50,


Hear Housing Program Explainedt i :

t Well Attended Legion Meeting

a hundred veterans made repayable Is extended from Official County Publication Established In 189

{on r.an regular meeting of 25 years to 30 yenrs to provide I -

nd& the Post No. 66 lower monthly payments. For example VOLUME Folni uu:&
Legion alls shr"iT14ri -I---- Tii: .:, J.'LOK U, "'Itinu\\' 1050'- tllloI
ericw at which time a 20-year GI loan of $8.000
--- -
!da) Ight program results In monthly payments of a -

the housing qualified speak- little over $48, as against $12 fora I BHS Mail Your Choice For Outstanding County
Ends SuccessfulSeason

:dcus8el! by was presided overt year 25-year loan.loan, and $38 for a 30- Successful Ball Season Citizen To A. J. Thomas Before May 15 Berries Dwindle As Most I I II

1J he and t lJIetlng,<'ommander h vie, tiding Mc\lurtry: contractor.A. J., Keystone Thomas. InK -, Is 8.authorized Effective loans to at 90 make 4 days percent direct hence.Inter-Government VA- \With Record Of Eleven \Wins, One LossThe i I NOMINATION; BLANK: I Since 1940 Draws Near Close ;&.

; speakers: eat to eligible veterans In certain -- -----
following --- --
the high school bnacball Bradford County' most profit ,
1 vice presidentAzalea areas :where 4 percent home financing sason'hai
I;urn, spalding Construction Co., Pn- Is not available from other ended but practice has Just Health DirectorTo ROTARY CLUB OF STAKKE If OverlookedBy able strawberry season. sine 1940 H,

Dopaon. Veteranshl sources. Such veterans must meet begun Coach Funderbufc attended Attend SeminarOn ---- .. .-- Census Taker was drawing near the finish line tilt,
: Tom and the Group 3 meeting at St. ---- this week as shipments to the d
appraiser; all the qualifications for a
IrriBll'&tlon regu- Paul'a School in Report To C of C cold L
attorney Jacksonville Heart DiseaseDr. fresh market ceased and pack '
Gainesville lar GI loan including credit and I WOl'U) LIKE Tt SO IIS.\TI'':
k Bates legal Phase of income requirements. No direct Wednesday night to help plan buying/ took over. It-
handles, the sub-group and group tournaments, A. Y. Covlngton, Directorof The Starke Chamber of Commerce Up to date growers have pocketed "
loan exceed $10,000 and a
construction. may and the result the Bradford County Health In reminding the public for the 44.013: l!
Ing the Q. were thus: Sub- ----- 351324.50
he pnnclpai changes were ex- total of $150.000,00,0, is made avail- group will be held at Fletcher In Department, has been one of the ((Print; ; Nanm In Full i-----) that It Is. to the Interest of every- crate! (U.r.81.468 pints) sold this ; N...
able until July 1, 1051 for ttiia
ome loan program Jack on\111e Beach Friday. May health officers selected to attenda one concerned that the populationof season. Buck In 1940 they real- .
follow.: purpose. \ an outstanding Cltl/.ci of Bradford County t'or1'1' Ending the city be shown as large as .
ned Ute 19, at 1:30: P. M.-Lake City vs. post-graduate Heart Disease Ized04.180.23: from the crop, ,
of VAS guarantyan construction June 8l>, 1850. rraiM flit thla nomination I I..* as follows: 1950
amount 6. Homes on My possible In the census.
loan Fletcher. Group :will be held In to be held In Miami the but they had to sell 6.347,883

eUgJble veterans home the Is begun subsequent to 60 days Jacksonville Beach Friday and week of May 15. For this reason anyone who of berries to do It. Reducedto '

Inercued to 60 percent of from the effective date of the law Saturday May 28, 27. FIrst game The Seminar U being jointly ---- -- -- might have been missed by the averages, the 1940 crop sold :

noto a maximum guarantee will not be eligible for sale to vet- at 1:30: on Friday-..BHS vs. winner sponsored by the Florida Medical enumerators Is asked to notifythe For 8c per pint as compared with
fcwo Previously, the guaran- with the aid of GI loans Unless Starke Chamber of Commerce I.pint. I.
erans of Fletcher-Lake City. Second Association, the Dade County Medical the 22c per pint paid this season.
-------- ------
$4.000 -----
f up to meets certain |I (phone 190)) and arrangements
50 percent the property game, 3:30: same day, Ketter- Society, the Florida and MI- The 1940 season representedthe
Tinder new law., the 60ent I will be> made to have an enumerator *
the minimum construction requlrments Inus vs. St. Paul of Jacksonville. ami Heart Association, and the last big berry-growing year
ratio will\ apply with on mortup the- as prescribed by VA. Similar requirements The[ two winners will play Saturday Florida State Board of Health. -(-Utse -separate-- -sheet of paper If morn- itputti' lit needed--)-- call and obtain the necessary before the war. Beginning\ In

to 12.500.. for new constructionhave at 2:30: for the group champ- The faculty will consist of eightof Information.The 1941 the Bradford County berry .

rantee remaining at $7.500 for been In effect for some timeon onshlp. The winner (only) will the outstanding physicians Chamber of Commerce deal went Into a decline from

,over 12.500.!! ,a voluntary basis, but this is attend the state tourney In Avon specializing In heart disease and I would like to have every person which It has just begun to emerge

K eaplte the Increase guaranty. the first authority granted VA to Park beginning June 14. Internal medicine In this country. Bradford Assigned $12,000 QuotaIn counted In order that the popula- In the last two or three years. 'I

I', gratuity payment for creditthe make them mandatory. The season record for BHS An Intensive week's training Is tion of the town and county will Many farmers abandoned their I '
will remain be shown to be
as large as poiwtble.
veteran's 7. The Federal National Mort- stands at' 11 won 1 loat.( The one being planned. Jerry patches during the warVarto :

I percent for the first $4.000' of gage Association, a Government loss was a "rhubarbed" affair to Bond accept more profitable employment ,

rantee used and so may not ex- agency commonly known as "Fan- Palatka 10-5. Pitcher Jack Hazen Big New Independence Drive I In defense work at Camp
d $160, u under the old law.of deed ny May", Is given $250,000,000 in has had a good year with two Peace Officers LaggingIn Blending' and elsewhere. Acreage!, t
widow -
Unremarried additional authority for the no-hitters to his credit. which averaged from 1,000 to 1,200
pur- The teams
Sewell, chairman of of driver who will take the Liberty -
who died In ser- Mr. W. B. a
> veterans chase of GI and FHA loans made *HS defeated are Branford 2, acres before the war, dropped toa

or from service connected by private lending agencies. This Waldo 2. Lake Butler 2. Alachua Enjoy MeetingCooperation I the U. S. Treasury Department's Bell touring Florida Into more 2nd PrimaryA low of around 200 In some war ; "
made 70 cities and towns duringthe
| discharge, are
for estimated to be
<4'1 after must be used for current purchasesonly I Thursday night of last week Savings Bonds Committee Florida' Bell will years. It was

I Me for GI loan benefits to and Is not subject to ear- 2. High Springs 2, Palatka 1. Bradford County announced yes- campaign. Miamion back up to 75,0 this season, withnronpecUi
make first In
|,'h their huabands would have Its appearance total of 3,161 vnters. representing of an even grealfrr Increase
the form of commit- pitched
marking In a no-hitter against between law enforcement terday that he ha received fromV. May 10th at Kiwanis Intt'rnatlonal's
o entitled. ments for future purchases. Alachua (there) and BHS percent of the 3,725 who next year t
emerged officers of
neighboring Ad-
of "Fiesta Under the Stars"and
FHA-GI loans H. Northcutt, Tampa
_, Combination registered in Bradford County Prior to 1940 the record year
with 6-1 win. ,
8. Provisions Included to a Godwin and Waln- towns was stressed as of vital lmnortance for
are Committee Chairman will end Its tour at Tallahassee
which currently rep- visory the First 1931 when
veterus, the polls In Primary WAil growers grossed
wright' made home
lent about one-third of the voile make GI loans for farm dwellings In! runs. by Leo Brooker, president!! Florida, the quotas for the In- July 4th at which time It will be election On May 2. an estimated $600,000 from the

In veterans loans will be e- easier to''obtain, and farm loaM the final game of the season of the Florida Peace: Officers Association dependence Drive starting May IS: presented to the people of Floridafor The $64 question, however, I la berry crop. :
with other here Tuesday night. Winkler pitched It a meeting of the or.anlzatlon's 4th. ;
are granted equality through July permanent display
Haatetf after September 2p. 1950. the and running how many will return to the poll Heavy rains and hot sun are t .
home loans with respect to eligi- locals to a 12-2 win over Second District heldIn Bradford County has been assigned The Boll weighs more than a
and Second Primary -
Vse loam are more costly to cast a ballot In the contributing factors to the decline ;
\advantageous/ to the borrower bility for purchase by "Fanny High Springs. Starke Wednesday afternoon. a goal of $12,000 Issue ton and Is Identical In all respects, on May 23 T In yield now being experiencedhere. "

Jn the straight GI loan, it was May." Track Meet Brooker Is assistant Chief of Police price in Series E Savings Bonds size, weight manufacturing process With in few contests remainingto In the week May 4-10 only I

ted. Through last March, just under At Lee High School In Jackson In Lakeland. for the drive period. legends marking and tonal bo decided. Interest on the partof I 3,691 crate were marketed. At I

(L'ndfr this plan, the Federal two million veterans had been ville last week the BHS track Bradford County Sheriff P. D. The symbol of the 1950 Savings quality,-with the original Liberty the voter has decldcly slumped an average price of $6 50. growers .

cog Administration Insured granted GI loans for home, farmor team: qualified 4 events for the Reddish was host to around 150 Bonds campaign Is the Liberty Bell which hangs In and he might forget to return to received<< an estimated $23,341.50 .

i veteran's first mortgage, us- business purposes. Loans approved state meet to be held in Gainesville visitors, including peace officers Bell and a full scale replica of the Hall Philadelphia. independenr.\\ the poll. on May 23 to finish the for the week's production. ;

ly 80 percent of the total loan, totaled 1.818,000 for homes, Saturday, May 13. These their wives and frlands. Liberty Bell donated by si* companies Slogan of the job he began on May 2. Shipments to the fresh market \ .

1 VA guaranteed the entire aunt 53,000 for farms, and 118,000 for events are: half mile relay half Upon arrival here early in the I of Ute copper Industry will for your Indl'pl'nden'e-Buy U.S. Only four names will appear on peased Tuesday as fruit from .'

t of the 20 percent second businesses. The original face a- mile run, broad jump, and one afternoon the group enjoyed a I tour each of the 48 states throughout Savings!' Bonds'" and Chairman W. the Second Primary ballot In Brad- Maryland and other eastern states

rtgage. Net cost to the veteran mount of all loans approved reached mile run.Glenn pistol match at a firing range several the drive, mounted on Ford B. Sewll ej>ressed confidence ford County began to reach the market. Berries ,

[about 4 S percent, as comparedh about $10,769,000,000.Bradford Conner Is the big gun for miles east of town. Valuable trucks provided by the Ford Motor that Bradford County would not I The only county contest to be are still being bought for the
prize were donated by local reach but exceed Its quota 'I
the 4 percent maximum In- County veterans :are advised BHS at the time, running In the Company only decided i la that of Representative cold park however, with grower

l -t rate permitted on a straight that they may make tentative half mile relay, half mile run, and merchants. the match. the Florida Trucking Association, by the time the IndependenceDrive to the State Legislature. Incumbent being paid $:.1'1 per 24-quart crate,

I loan. application for housing loans broad Jump. visitors Following gathered pistol In the USO Inc. Is contributing the services ends on July 4th. J. P. Roberts I la opposed. by I crate and cups furnished. It was

1 The maximum period of time through'the local Service Officer, Both teams of summer sports where bountiful chicken -- young newcomer to county politics stated that the cold pack deal :
building a
I- which home loan may be A. J. Thomas Jr. track and baseball--wound up the pilau upper was served late In Rotarv To Sponsor Rotary To Sponsor I Doyle I!:. Conner.Rober might month. continue through this I ,,

season In good and
shape are look- "' and Conner ran neck

accalaureate LawteyWins ng forward to' next vear.should ." ''BhS- the. a.A k.S",afternoon.tct."....._..I..:.....__ _.____I.----aA u... ....._. ul Additional Youth :Appe.rance Here and neck. In the First Primary, have Arun been0flrharnn? t's of bean'
.. sold at the market during
., havejnt" ofi frg*" Rtnouiffstaffs ; I over by R. S. 'Sutton! of the Jackimnvllle At State ; Of Emory Glee Club with Conner coming" out on top bya ,
the week
LeagueJ In the state next 'season Boys I / past at an average ,
rmon Sunday As Softball "police force and third vice narrow sniieak of 61 vote. The

Season HereA ,with Hazen. Newcomb, and Winkler -I president!! of the Association, was I : The Starke Rotary' Club, at Its "\Ve have an entertaining ahownothlnlt' : count was Conner 1.162; Roberts Irish potato have brought; an I
of $2 100
Baptist Church Opens chunk In'. and If price and bushel of I IaVerRlI'e
held following the supper. In addition meeting her Wednesday, voted to highbrow- you 1,101. Both candidate: are bu.ynow of :
prim $2
Coach Funderburk says h. regrets brief i ii ,will get the people there, we will bidding for their share of
from to President Brooker of one repretentative
(Graduating: exercises for 53 hard-hitting aggregation pay the expenses I A little sweet corn Is expectedto
very much that he will not : talks District Chairman i toBoy's keep them entertained. the 7R1 votes that were cast for
liters Senidr trounced National Guard i were by from Bradford County I
of the 1050 Class Lawtey reach the market next week, I
be here
to work with these boys this This was the message receivedby other two In th* race
the men ,
Bill Johnston of the Duval
Maintenance Shop In
I Bradford High School will bed 17-6 and State State but It will probably be the last
next year, but hopes the coach I that the Starke Rotary Club this who eliminated In the First
of the County Road Patrol; Rupert O. This will mean were
I! In Memorial Stadium FridayhI. 23-10 In the opening games summer. of the month before there I I. any
who takes his will A. Dasher, director
place have week from James
( May 19, at 8 o'clock. Softball season played here last' Zeigler, Gainesville chief of police Bradford will have two representatives Glee Primary. real volume. It I I. estimated that
nterest of the
at heart and
boys of the Emory-Valdosta
1 weather permits, It will be'the Saturday night. I and a director of the association; as the American Legion In view of the predicted reluctance the county has 1.800 acres of
will help them along the road that completion of arrangements -
Club following
Sheriff Reddish, and.State Chap- one boy for of voters to return to the
been sweet
t time thajt|, commencement Edwards, Teston, and Darley has corn this season. ,
lies ahead. for the musical organization -
trclies have lain King.A the past several years. polls In the Second Primary, thl.ront..st .
been held In then handled the doubleheader pitching
The of the to In concert here
deep appreciation rising vote of thanks was given appear likely be decidedIn '
will null
air Griffis Rotarian was given
here. assignment for Lawtey. team A. J. for Each June 3. Heart Attack Fatal
: goes out to Eaves Sheriff Reddish for his successful Saturday evening, of the candidate who can
;ptaker on this occasion will be and Ingram were on the mound faithful In all the tickets to sell for the entertainment The 36-man club, one of the
being so calling glee
efforts In staging the meet- to the To Newn Warren
here drag the most supporter !
R. L. Johns Professor of National Guard while Baasett to be presented
for BHS this He has best known In the South, wilt stop
games year. ,
Ing here. It was) the first time thata 23. '
001 June 3, by the polls on May
Administration, University and Harper hurled for-SMS. deared himself to the staff and meeting of the Association has Saturday evening over In Starke on a tour that will Newn Warren. lifelong resident
I Florida. Glee Club. President The only ntatewldft race remainIng -
The Invocation will Emory-Valdosta
were rained the take them to Dayton. Vero Beach,
Monday night's games boys. been held In Starke. of Stark, died suddenly last Fri
Ity Newcomb appointedTom to h settled Is that of Railroad -
Glenn Conner G. S. *
president will be at a later Fort and Havana -
out and played Key West Myers
the result
Coach Funderburk who has day as of a heart attack.
Senior Class. Chas. S. Partln. Slade a* chairman of advance her A Public Utilities Commissinner I
long! Principal of BHS will date.Friday accepted a position as head City Will Seek ticket sales.During Cuba. The appearance Group Two where Incumbent H* wa born her on January %9. :
I Is made under the auspicesof ,
l tilt night May 12, the double coach at Branford for next year ofWednesday's being Wilbur C. Klnr I Is runningIt 1800 and for the past several years ;
Imu special awards and dl- bill will consist of Alvarez vs. National takes this opportunity to thank To Clean Up the program part C. the Rotary Club. who will have off with Grady Albrltton. had been employed as janitor In "I: '
will be presented to the meeting. James 'I'
sale of
Guard and Hercules vs. all the people In Starke for their charge of the advance the county courthouse. tHe
IWatesbyH. P. Morgan, County Lawtey. gracious cooperation and understanding Comers"Councilman Hobbs. athletic director of BHS. tickets. A -portion of the revenue a I I la survived by his widow t, 'II'
-rintendent of Public InatrjucI discussed the program of recreation from ticket sales. will to the toun.Mn"'v
go Florence Warren
o. Saturday night May 13 will while he has) been here. W. T. Jackson, he to ; three sons, Dew- Jl Jly 1
and sport which plans Rotary Club to carry on Its Boy : Gerald and Joe Warren .
I The Baccalureate Sermon will feature American Legion vs. SMS "We will never find nicer people chairman of the city's Safety Committee conduct this summer. Scout program and other civic !for Simeon Thomas of stark; two brothers ,Dock all III

1 Pi &diea in the church and National Guard vs. SMS. wherever we go. Mrs. Funder- announces that a drive will U
Baptist and work. Simeon T. Thomas lifelong; raN-' Warren of Stark and Bob Warren ,'
burk and I regret leaving be started next week to trim
"day night May 14, by Rev. Monday' night May 15 Alvarez selfishly hope we'll be missed. or remove up Tax Consultant "Starke Is particularly fortu- Irfent. of Bradford County, died of Palatka; a half-brother, Freeman ) '!\
D. Herculeswill shrubbery and tree at
I Halnes, pastor. will meet Lawtey, while This Is a wonderful community "blind corner" street intersections. Office Here nate In being Included on this: tour, Aorll :30 at the home of Mrs. Mary Yarn** of Baton Rouge, La.: I\
I Tile
.. .1850 Senior Class roster play American Legion. perhaps we'll be back some day," Councilman Jackson stated that Opens as the Emory-Valdosta. Glee Club Adams on Hamoton Lake. HA one slater. Mr.. Maude Varnes of '

inflows: Ruth Alford, Jua- he stated. there will be no exoensa Involvnd H. Colson Gainesville tax usually appears In much larger had been, 111 health for some time. Starke, and two half sisters Mrs. I, \
.a Anders Ervin 'Andrews. Re- Funeral SundayFor : H town," O. S. Newcomb, presidentof Annie Rye of Mlddleburg. and \
for the property ow e--s: ; theIi i consultant opened a branch officeIn Mr. Thomas was born June 11,
Brown Carl Paul I Club stated. "I
Carter. the Mr.
will do the work of trimming Starke laM Monday located In Rotary 1S77, and .snent most of his life Myra Ooo.lga of Starke :'
I H.
rter Mrs. Morgan Fred StephensDies up
Glenn Conner, Charles trust that all music lover In this Funeral services Were held In the I a,
)!Iev, or removing, whether the obstruction quarters above the Hart FurnitureCo. farming." He was a member of '
Peggy Cozatt Elizabeth vicinity will avail themselves. of First Christian
Church, of which l
"ford, Mrs. Mattie Hall Morgan. Widowof At KingsleyFred 1 Is on city property or private on Call StreetColson the Baptist Church.
Grace .
this Ilty h
Crews. Jimmy opport'>> wag a member, Sunday after.
<18by. Richard Crosby Mary- Mason Morgan, died Saturdayat H. Stephens a resident of property. However the cooperation I la a member of the The show presented by this or- Survlvlnr, Ire four daughters: noon at 3 o'clock with the pastor II ''

it Darley, Betty Jane Devlne the home of a son William H. Lake for the past seven of property owners is requested National Society of Public Accountants ganlzatlon Is not the traditional, Mrs. Ada V Thomas. South Jacksonville -' Rev. Homer Swlmla.1l officiating.Interment '
: at the State Farm following In seeing that this Important vice prenldent Mr. Dolly Mtnnlnqr and
C' Dickinson, Jo Ann Dinkins Morgan, died suddenly at his home and first formal glee club program, but Includes : was In the family plot Ii;
Illness. years. safety measure I Is carried out ef Association. Jettl McRae, both of Tampa, .
short Accountants Mrs. .
oez Dodd. Jack Eaves, Cath- a there last Saturday evening follow- of the Florida such varied Item as a In Dedan Cemetery near Brooker
"e born In Ham- fectively. H Is also a director In brans and Mrs. Marv lane Jones. HilmI II "
Gainey. Marvin Gamer, Jim Mrs. Morgan was lenthy Illness. guest soprano, a quartette, with DeWItt C. Jones Funeral
*! ln. Harry Green Dorothy Uton County on September 30, ing a "Many accident in the past the Florida Association of Public trio, dancer, night!, club scene, accordionist Ion: four sons, Albert and Glen Home In charge of arrangements. C .
In .
'"".. Ray Griffls, Nancy Heintz, 1875.: She had been living with He was born July 17, 1895 have been attributed to the fact Bookkeepers and Tax Consultants and other novelties. both of Harnrttnn; Will...' of Dlinedln -,
Morristown. Tenn. and was a life- that we have so of R. Charlie D. Thomas. of
many these connected with T. and
Hw two
Johns for the past years. At one time
Marcia Keleher, her *>n Two
e Kelly WillIam long member of the) Methodist blind corners at Intersections," former Revenue Agent/ Hawthorne: one brother, Edward: Local Scouts '
Juanita her son Spillane ,
Kite James besides Lions To Attend
. Surviving Church. Until 111 health forced Councilman Jackson said. "I believe office Gainesville. i
Betty Ann Long, Navena three other sons Joe :and In charge/ of the Jacksonville Thomas, To Attend Jamboree I
rtln., Earl McGruder. Dolores are both of Lawtey, and his retirement several years ago. that the citizens of Starke from 1924 to 1928. he has been State ConventionAt Funeral services! were held at' (
R. R.
Morgan social
''Knillht? Marlan McRae Eugene Calvin Morgan of Glen St. Mary: he was active In civic and will want to cooperate with us In In public practice of Federal In- the gravesldo In Santa Fe Cemetery Tom McClane and Billy Dodd. :

end, Joyce New on*, Doris Nor- brother, Joseph W. Hall of affairs. seeing these hazards removed." come Tax since 1927. the regular meeting of the Monday afternoon at 2 o'- Star Scouts of Troop 70, Stark. t '\

1n, Gloria Norman. Harold Nor- one Jacksonville\ three sisters, Mrs. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. James F, Womeldurf, Jr. graduate Lions Club Wednesday night District clock with Rev Fred Dodd officIating will attend the International Jam

n. JeAJ1 Parker Rudolph Poet -Fronlo Murphy; of Starke, Mrs. Lillie Mae Stephens of Kingsley!, Local G. E. Dealer of Ute> University of Florida Governor Tony Reeves di.,- assisted by Rev. Burton of boree to be held for ten days beginning -

!I, Vernon Rogers Jacqueline Bell Yeomans and Mrs. Rebecca Lake; one son John Cecil Stephens. school of Business. Administration, cussed the recent State Conventionat Graham. Interment was In the June 20. at Valley Forge

due' Sharon Sapp, Ellen Searle. West. both of Crescent City. Camp Blanding; two brothers I Ray Has Fine Gift U associated with Colson In the Pensacol The local club ha* family plot with DeWItt C. JonesIn Va. They were selected for this

thor Dearborn Mich., and tax four delegate and two alternates of arrangements. honor because of their outstand-
Shuford, Jerry Starling, services were held at St /phens. For Boys and Girls new office, which will handle charge
bert Stefanelli, Clayton Strick- Funeral Cemetery Carl Stephens Klngsport Tenn.: matter of all klml Assisting going to the convention. The con InK leadership and achievement

do JlCk WaInwrigh!' Amanda the graveside In Dyal Sunday after- four sisters, Mrs. Ida Wyrick Boys and girl, would you like to In the local office Is Miss Virginia teat for District Governor la very; t. I. S. Owen With the local troop. I

HCinon, Georgia Wolfe. I near Starke laat Jones Knoxville Tenn., Mr*. Willie have a 80-plec toy circus that Includes Engram. hotly ,contested. For the peAt Expenae of these two Scouts
noon at 5 o'clock. DeWItt C. four each of the candidate Receives Promotion
of Carnes and Mr. Eula Morgan gay clowns. strange freaks Colson operates his Gainesville meeting attending the Jamboree will\ be '

ational Funeral Home was In charge both of Dearborn,'Mich., and Mrs. trapeze artists wild animals, and 107 East Union Street. has attended with delega; paid by the Starke Rotary Club

Guardas arrangements. Clara Britt of Morristown. Tenn., many other features, completewith office at tlons from each club. At the Isaac S. Owen. son of Mr. and sponsoring organization of the

Five Mrs. Blanche Wednesday meeting there were Mrs. Virgil Owen at Stark. has troop.
VacanciesThe and his stepmother a big tent? \
Sheet Metal Shop Stephens.The Well. all you have to do la. to Recent BirthsRecent delegates from Fernandlna Jacksonville been promoted to the grade ofsergeant The Jamboree will be attended '
The officials\ at MarDllI Air
I Gainesville.Next .
local Guard com- HereW. body was forwarded to Mor- bring mom and dad down to G Hos- and by 40,000 Scouts from all parts of \
Located births In Shadycrest
oY hall Now Wednesday will be Ladle Force Bas recently.
rOOm for five more men ristown Monday afternoon May J. McGrlffa General Electric' show the world. j

d would like to fill these vacan- formerly of 8. for burial In the family plot room on West Call Street, and you pltal were: H. Gilliard of Night at Carl John1 place on Sgt. Owen entered the serviceIn
s B. Thompson Mr. and Mr*. W.
at Kingsley Lake. The entertainment January, 1041 at Camp Bland-
once In View of the fact opened a will be given one of these valuable ,
Charles Service
recently there. William County OfficerOn
Tulsa Stark.
at the tlm. a son committee has promisedplenty Ing. During the war, he was en-
: for BUmmer ennt sheet metal shop In the rear of the DeWitt C. Jones was In chargeof set absolutly free. But you'dbetter : 4.
on May
of I combat with
fun. gaged as a engineer Discussion
:;: will soon be rolling a- North act fast because the supplyof Hart of Panel
' Hartmann Building on local arrangements. Mr. and Mr. D. A. Th. Lions are working hard on' the 287th Combat Engineer Battalion ,

The exillUn&, Temple Ave. I won't circuses last long.la limited and they Stark, a boy Edward Durant. the new addition to their club I In the European Theaterof A. J. Thomas. Jr., local Veterans

flced thIs week vacancies were &n- Mr. Thompson had wide experIence Recent Deed Mr. McGriff and other General on May 4. nous*. It I\JI expected that It will Operations. He enlisted In the Service Officer, will leave next
by Capt. H. B. Wheeler of
!(r00 In thla type of work before dealer the Mr. and Mrs. Bob be ready In about a month. The United States Air Fore In January week to participate In the Service I

, eornpany commanding, following officer of movLig to Stark. and Is equippedto Recent deeds recorded In the country Electric are turning* throughout their store Into Lawtey, a girl, Lois Eileen, on plans call for a'grand opening. 1048. H. Is now engagedas Officer Conference and School to
II Of the handle any Job, large or small courthoUse were: May 6. a distribution clerk with the be held at the Veteran Admln"I.I.
reallocated "circuses" this month In connection -
unit of metal line. and Mrs. Paul H. Faulknerof Mr. and Mrs. U L. Robertson of 307th Maintenance and tration
a. follows In the sheet Mr. Cam Dance Review Soon Supply Regional Office at Pass-A- ,
: 11 officers 1 GUI of Stark.. with "Big Top Green Cove Springs, a girl, on
rrlnt Officer 'Mrs. Thompson U employed as Stark to Fay All I Group at MacDUI. Grlll Beach, May 17-10.
70 dealer are competing
't! of 8%. enlisted men: a nurse at tli.- North Florida Th NW quarter of the 8E quarter paign.in sales promotion during Uies, May 9. Dance student of Mrs. Alberta Sergeant and Mrs. Owen, the Thomas I Is one of the ten County

[he summer encampment Clinic and they with their two of **c. 28 twp. 6 S, rang 22 two month, and tile winning dealers JtlA.NCYy NAGLK: Richards will be presented In a former Angel Hatemyou of, Service Officers throughout the

ththl.a year WUI be from July per- small sons are residing In the 8:. Prescott will be awarded a three-day all- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nagle! an- recital entitled the "Four Seasons Franc, now reside with their on I State who will appear on the conference

rough Auru-t 7. Conner nous* next door to Sheriff Fay GIU'of Stark. to lath expenses paid trip to the Erl*. Pa. nounc the birth of a daughter, Revue" In the USO auditorium son, Gerard Pierre, aged S and I program. H* wUl b* on

\411 Young, men of elIgIble P. J>. Reddish. GUI\ of Stark Track of land plant. "refrigerator capital" of the Nancy Kay on May 3, In Shady- Thursday .venin,', May 25, at 8 p. a half ,months, at 2601 St. Conrad I the discussion panel covering the
age of too BE quarter
7 apPly brother-ln- NW quarter m. St. Tampa. [ Adjudication of Veteran
* for enlistment in the Mr. Thompson U a of sec. 28 twp. 6 8. rang 22 B world. crest Hospital. Clalma.ets .
"GU8l'\1 at
the armory any law of Donald Champion.


MAY 12 1950 FRDyp
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little. To UB they will\ always belust "Hush Puppies." may come Into our hearts and yard. My heart ? light,
from another war. ThatIs I I hope
little boys who mess up the CLAY HILL. Dorothy Manning II peace and i 101
h to save ua. heart.
Telegraph the only way GOd bless ,
County world with wars and right then has had company-her Aunt Claire ou au.
IlI to the It Digger. Is barking down In the I f i
: collect heavy pay and Aunt Mamie were over. to J
ESTABLISHED 187 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNSIHIDITOHFubllfthnl : : :1 debts Ha! Keep love In your has 'been cool, I understand, but
heart a smile on your lips, and all seem to be well. I hope Ella
Every Friday and Entered ait 8ei- m ladles, you will be beautiful. Mae Osteen Is taking pictures JACUZZI &: MYERS

Clam) .. Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla HELPFUL HINTS: When you The commencement will be soon WATER SYSTEMS

fjjura Mohrr have a new garment with buttons, There are three graduates: Dor-

MEMBERHulMKTlptlon (l) 1950 I -. oboe before It I. ,worn touch the center othy Manning Margarette Wilkinson Well &
of each botton with transparent and Dorothy Killingsworth. Keystone Pump t

U.0 Annually 91.SO For Six Month I \Y'heroin I work and laugh and who read this help make this wonderful nail polish. That seals the thread Easter was celebrated at both
King. I enjoy thin wide wonder,IJ l United States. Just your and the buttons do not easily come churches in the Clay Hill community KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
fnl west that now ha u grip on dally work, and having confidence off. Make place mats for the'table FLA.

1IIK PROBLEM OF PENSIONSIn my heart. having decency and courage, ( for summer of gay colored oilcloth -i My prayer this week Is from SERVING STARKE & VICINPIPE
that Out where the skies are a trifle just simply radiating from you all cut the size you want with Iraq-Bagdad-away across the
the long-range view, the most complex domestic Issue j bluer, these good qualities, make the pinking shearers. I II water. I think the English: still

faces this country may be old age pensions. Out 'where the friendship's a human climate of our country.Yes .I HUSH PUPPIES: This Is a treat govern this country. This fellow THREADED prTMl>
Some of the labor organizations are now placing their principal little truer, we all are making history. found only In the south, but for sending the prayer is a studentat CUT & SER%l

on pensions as. for example, the coal and automobile unions That's where the west begins: Let un not squabble, or quarrelbut I fear some of the younger womendo a mission school there. He Is ,.
emphasis In the future. The general idea Is to obtain retire- Out where a fresher breeze Is show the world we can have not know how to make them, from India so is really an Indian. j
will do no
More monthly, social security benefits lacluded. blowing democracy, without mud slingingand I shall tell you here. They must His English is fairly good, too.
ment pensions of $100 readied be- Where there's laughter In every accusing each other. We can be fried In the fat after you have Oh, Father, Thou art In Heavento From where I sit bj' Joe
contracts are : M
regardless of what pension be filled with love we '
brotherly as
However streamlet flowing. fried fish. They are made of corn $.'hom we bow down. Showus ,
tween union and Industry, many authorities consider"this an Ineffec- Where there is more of reaping go to the polls and vote. Vote meal and are wonderful to have the direct path to understand
tual solution of the problem. In mass Industry, there Is a large turnover and less of sowing, you must every man and womanIf out on a fish fry. Time now to right and wrong for the sake of
of labor-a man may work for a motor concern a few months That's where the west begins' we are to keep a Democracy go fishing. Fry your fish first Jesus who sacrificed Himself for Mud Lake
or a few years, then move on to some other occupation. The size Out where the world is In the I where people rule. Yes, what a rolled In corn meal. Then: the world. Oh, Spiritual Father,
of the labor force varies from season to season/and for other rea- making, privilege as I see it this morningto Use: 1 egg Thou knawest us about our hearts Gets "Cleared Up"Cou !
sometimes very sharply. It Is certainly unlikely that any system Where fewer hearts with despair live in the United States. I 1-2 cup sweet milk and desires. How long will keepin
eons which covered only unionized labor In the larger are breaking. thank Cod from whom all blessing 2 cups cornmeal us such misunderstanding?
would be satisfactory, and left out the rest, That's where the west begins; flow for home and country.We 1 teaspoon baking powder Give us wisdom and to our enemies tF officers got a notice from It-for about 80 feet) But J
Industries old Where there Is more of singingand must stay happy too. Especially 1 teaspoon salt who are going betray In accep- the government not long ago ukallT decided to call it *
That Is why there In much sentiment In favor of government less of sighing you women out there who 1-2 teaspoon black pepper tance of worldly peace for whichwe lag them to change the name of Pond"In honor of the hal| .

age pensions, which would cover everyone, regardless of where or Where there's more of giving read this. Keep that smile for (may be omitted) are trying. Heavenly Father Mud Lake. Seems; it's a pond, not a From where I sit, 111
how long they worked, and whether they belonged to unions or not. and less of buying. all love ma.keayou I Break egg Into bowl beat well. help us In our doings and In becoming fake, by government standards pond waint the nMt [_
family. After
Some argue that an Inclusive and more liberal caring for And a man makes friends with- your beautiful love should make Add milk and stir Sift cornmeal one heart and soul so the Because it lies entirely inside thins la the world-bat

the aged could be Imposed upon the present social security system out half trying.That's vou happy so find a way to keep baking powder and salt difference between us removed. our town limits we asked to do the did it ...... Everyone ,of
easier said than done. At present Federal social where the west begins. Add to the milk and egg. Makea Make us humble and love each '
But that I Is much happy. I have little thing. to name-changing ourselves. Figured opli '> and<<1 then the major
less than $30 month-a far -Arthur Chapman dough stiff enough to form Into other and unite and become friends "
security benefits<< to the elderly average look forward to. I plan them. we'd think up a brand-new name. decided It. That's the.!,&]
covered at all. Cur- Whoopee! The sun shines bright. sticks about the size of your so that we live In in
cry from $100, and a great many people are not ,The air .ts delightfully cool. A One is my weekly visit with you finger. Sometimes I add a bit of this world forever.may Father peace Mud Lake's really not very muddy b.-whether It eonrernrsort it
rent proposals for raising the payment would still pave the averagefar stiff WID<1 Is blowing while fleecy dear people. When one Is sad a white flour to make them stick us all the 'round and create help of pretty, in fact. pond, or having the rljM U|
short of 1100. Social security Is not on an actuarial basis. The clouds scud across the blue skier woman's face gets plain, when you good. Drop in the hot fish grease roots and branches year in our hearts County people said go ahead so a friendly lass of beer II|
government take. in the money through payroll taxes, spends It for -out where the west begins! I are plain you grow bitter, when and fry brown. Eat with the fish For making worldly peace. In we held a Town Meeting.Everyone and when we choose
other purposes, then appropriates more funds to meet rcqulrments will soon be here four years and you are bitter, then you are disagreeable while still hot. Some people put the name of our Savior we ask It. suggested something. Windy Tay
No one knows how high the tax rate would. have to be'to produce $100 I[ love this wide beautiful wonderful ; and a disagreeablewoman onion in the hush pupplea chopped Amen8.. Mohd Ansarl. lor thought "Taylor Pond" would f

a. month for everyone 63 and over. west It gets a grip on one's has nothing-neither love fine. I do not like onion with I Bagdad Iraq. be nice, because his place borders
friends, nor contentment. So
Efforts to solve the problem through the states have run Into heart and no snow no sleet, no fish. Next time you go on a So from all over the world I
life, life, to have things to
atone walls as most states are now having a hard time making both wind feeling, no of anything loyalty. can I think shake It that.Is, bring your to your heart. I love to southern fish fry, make these am collecting prayers, that Christ Copyright,1950 United States BrewenF*.

ends meet. And with the present burden Federal, taxes, they cannot too, because there Is so much work to clean, to write letters, .
raise their own tax rates sufficiently for current needs. room, such fertile soil and so to study on my course from the

To make the problem still tougher, the proportion of old people much of all the good things In life University, to make crochet lace
In our population will Increase very heavily In coming years due that prosperity can buy and raise for the sheets to have a nice clean '
largely to medical progress. It has been estimated that, before too In soil, that I love It. Then people white bed with the 'sheet smoothat
night when husband turns back
long( $100 pensions for those past 63 might absorb 23 per cent or are so kind and good and I
the spread to see clothes flapping LOVETT'SSTARKE
and, naturally, the gainfully employed friendly. The people one sees on
national payroll
more of the the street and smile on the line to set the table so as
would have to pay It. The pension Issue seems to be far from a and joke and seem to be full of to make it attractive Ah, yes,

workable solution. health and cheer. The wind may ,'UI: good to be a woman. We hold
coma along! while I am laughing I the destiny of a nation in our hands.
THE ECONOMIC; : VIKTUKS: OF LIVESTOCKA I ana make me eat the dust in the We teach the men when they arePRESERVES
wind but I spit it out and laugh FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through SAT. MAY 13th
brief article In Country Gentleman, written by L. O. Brackeen some more. Yes, I find life good, I G ,
cf Alabama Polytechnic Institute, says that "using livestock to balance out where the west begins. This:

cotton and tobacco production Is Increasing the income of Southern is farming country here, so we are I
farmers." He cites a number of specific examples. In one case, still not the great west, where the LOCAL DRESSED

far Instance, a 96-acre cotton-hog farm over a 10-year period showedan ranches lie so many miles apart.I .eta
average cash balance of about $3,223 after deducting all cash ex- Here are the lovely rolling green ... dhLL

panses. The annual sale of hogs was the big factor with an average hills of alfalfa, and oats being .. 5BRISKET
seeded at this time will soon be a M4 twitHM Ik* FRYERS
..f $2,272. carpet of green.I ..* ....te_ dl.q IB
Southern farmers are certainly not alone in appreciating the 'CI"U feet tee.,fat sees
like these chilly days as thht'at .. >> Ilk* Les asklM
value of livestock as a dependable. and stable producer of cash money.I :r rmr_ .l.- uUI m fcto ...
makes me tired and I can- r*
the nation whole, meat animals represent the greatest
For as a part
not work fast. Now I can get lots Ear spelt, ..!.. ......
of agriculture's total cash Income. And meat animals of one kindor of I I .'.hi" will .., Chk. Crack
work done. cleaned
another can bo successfully raised In every agricultural area, under our boy'sroom .r Ten WIII.. .** wow
good yesterday He Is In .e see It.
virtually all weather conditions, and on a small or a large scale. St. Paul, Minn.,. attending a con- Y.. CM .. MM ..hu4 CLUB or SIRLOIN .
Another virtue of livestock from the producer's point<< of view Is vention of mortician He will be .p..lf.,Mdy.I s.ewe yes a BOLOGN

that the market Is'always ready, day In and day out, year in and year home Friday night or Saturday tlw will-.... .VIM* .(' STEW .
out. The farmer and rancher can sell whenever they choose, and I I will have Iota of good things to STEAK la/ 65
they will receive the going pi'Ice. That price naturally varies, sometimes eat over Sunday. This week has

sharply. But it Is an honest price, based solidly on the supply- been pleasant for me. I just en- lb. 33c I lb. 35
demand situation at the time the sale Is made. Nobody "controls"the joy watching the grass get greenon /
price paid 1 for livestock Nobody has a monopoly of any kind. the lawn. The robinssing at
dawn and the doves I 1T1'J
coo. heara
Everybody'concerned-producer, packer, retailer consumer operates
bird now alnglng. I believe It
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111 STARKE FLA. You Get What' Advertised At Starke's
CALL & COURT STREETS Leading Food Store.

MAY 12 1950'

t. -.v 12. 1960 __
I BRADFORD COUNT_ __s_rrrnnarrr_ a Tarr r. TlXtRIDA PAGE: TtmraBSht !

. I those the potato 1
growers at'I
FARMER'SDIARY Hastings use. over 'I the old lady got tired of watching \

1m, I them eat while she was hungry, '
HI The and bunted Into the creep herself. SUNNYBROOK .
1.0 r. kitchen garden Is really In .
production now and :Mlsa. Wanda Crosby
we have
for Got to get Into the
runner plants
- our table
By Sam McGarvey vegetables' use any of the following this coming week and get the Thank
carrot, : squash English/; peas, weds out. Have cultivated them Sherman Crosby pent the week- YouI'

( The author will be glad tot receive rhubarb, beets, broccoli, lettuce, once with the tractor, but the end with his grandparents Mr.

Horns of Interest concerning radishes onions potatoes, cabbage, weeds", out. Have cultivated them and Mrs. Lacy Johns, of New

the activities* of farmers In and mustard And are and that of course means the old River
[ Mat Bradford County Suggpfttlnn may bad they If good! It would be Just too dependable hoe will have to do the Mr and Bill Underhill of St.
be left at tile. Telegraph. office or we ever went back to the job Petersburg Mr and Mrs. C Sulli-
city and had to eat the beaten van of Theresa, and A. L Bennettof
A mailed to Sam McGarvey, Law ley, up e i 1'1
Florida get.greens and vegetables we used tot Going to plant some peanuts Tavares were visiting/; Mr and '_* For your splendid vote and support in !
this week Mrs. Floyd Crosby and children
v --improved Dixie run- :. the 2nd '
irI near-for Sunday May Primary. ;
eating. Will
weeks of little over a hundred dollars Alice get quitea '
last, atttr was delighted when the kick out of raising them. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmans and s r
\\I ng altlng. Joy had herSunday Lawtey Home Demonstration Club children and Mr. and Mrs Oil s ;
IIe 7th. at 6:56bautltul : We're having a delightful and Miss Dorothy .
ex- ROBS
May toured .Enjoyed attending the regular Ovawford and children, attended ( 'tr
black heifer perience with one of our good our farm, particularly skis '
Ifi our kitchen monthly meeting of the Presby Church at Island Grove Sunday. ', lj'
never Yankee friends, garden and
had Claude Velcro orchard.
omfort. AS we who a we do Of course terian Bible Class at the home of The 4-H Club meet with Miss d ,'' ,,' If will continue to honor with
Is r me
calf before wedoggone visiting us from East not yet have our you ,
- newborn go Mrs. P. P. Stump on Walnut Anna Ruth Crosby Saturday 1\
excited and Orange, N. J. Claude was at ing the way we'd like
onetime It
to be, Street In There
'h so Starke The dinner were six member present. ,
vIa f that vie almost went lying a fine concert singer but I I) but and are not at all\ proud of it, was fine and the entertainment Miss Dorothy Ross of Starke was your vote and support on May 23rd, Iit
calf wo had never before we
the really heard certainly welcome
- frfiM-overed anyone pleasing. in charge.
pound with Its head, him sing until he got out on the who wants to see what we've done I Mr. and Mrs William Crosby you will return an EXPERIENCED r
body- But In a highway In front of our house so far.
under its Alice had a birthday and we and children, Mrs A Y
U. Crosbyand
struggled out selling strawberries and rendering MAN to the Legislature who will
Ime It gave: her-of all things-a pocket: Lavon Crosby were shopping t
minutes it, opere tic selections. He Planted a little
n, i and in a few did some patch of ford- knife. Never dreamed that a knife In Jux Thursday.
) around looking forf"If. things! from Gilbert and Sullivan hooks In the truck garden. We would be a suitable present but I, L'''J'\ CONTINUE to work for YOU and
had Q, E Jones of Jacksonville t
.went into the house! which were wonderful to hear. none last year and when- a that la what she wanted. I )
will fill i
[ storm was in pro- And he also, by the way, sold more neighbor gave us a mess of them his regular appointment
we decided at the Bayless Highway Missionary
learn strawberries In to raise I
then did we a day than we some ourselves .1
Id '
only ;
devils the screw Church, welcome.
Have worms everybody
I lited we were when one ever have. Claude la enjoying a pretty good stand, and .
: are back again and work-
I dungarees inside out' his visit immensely and particularly have cultivated them once so far. But then '
,It, on ing as fast as ever. Example: Just something encouragIng .1,
|k ards, and the other likes Bradford County and noticed that the gilt had a happens, and all Is bright ,
IIa lout left a right' the folks around here. Planning to pick snap beans scrapeon again,
a eheased her back and made a mental
about e week. Our beans
| were hit Return
ut, we're note to get some screw worm medicine Representative (
e by frost
won't have After a lot of three times, so do -
|i heifer we figuring and scheming we But by the time we got It, -
rfIt' 1 about eating or selling we've about decided to have not have a lot of them, and they the Infestation had happened.

id, with Pride. We're go- our sweet corn sprayed by air- maturing very unevenly However However, we have found that Louis R. Dean

It'I. 'aka a pet out of Comfort. plane, Instead of spraying It by we'll have to pick what we Smearex does a good job and we
e hand. It will\ cost more, of can and then the problem will be TAX CONSULTANT
I.t course, applied it with confidence that it Jake Roberts
" from the but it will where to sell them i
advice be
cL upon done in a matter of i would heal the sore BOOKKEEPING :
I Market, to dig\our poIw minutes Instead of the three days *

r lined up help, 'got the It took us to do the field last year not Had another hatch of chicks We've discovered that farm life SERVICE

I ready and felt confident Our sweet corn, we think, baa a long ago-a disappointing 14 Is full of ups and downs. One
out of 28
.e operation would go fine green color due probably to! We're eggs set under two hens. day things look bright and optimistic .
Expected to get about the fact that It has lupine under pretty sure that the fault 23rd
was In the fact and the next everythingseems Thorn 229 To The Legislature May
fperj, so picked them up It. many hens In the that we had too to go wrong and you wonder 145 W. Call St. :
Ike Powerful Katrinka, coop with the
the dickens In his
rooster. Makes
Itor, did a good Job of us wonder, though, '
Cultivated ,,
our eight acre patchof If we'll right would ever put upwith I
and' leas ever get 14 chicks from raid Political Adv.) .
[up the beds, in Dixie 18 ( .
last the heartbreaks that
corn week, and 14 I occur I
I hour half of the field waa learned a few more things while eggs which is what our neighbors :toO ;

|d four hands, under the doing It. Used get. .
I four sweeps, but I
i of James Jackson, /were II
at the start had them
digging i in Did I
j up and grading. But too deep, and some tractoring) for a ..
every once In awhile neighbor
{before noon, we put some we'd break recently (bedding up "
Jifl In the tractor, and the a sweep by from old corn field without cutting i
I catching on a burled log. By the it up first) and had about '
thing sputtered and a i
time we'd broken three sweeps,, quarter of the large field com O
\end then quit. We checkng t'
we caught on to the fact that they pleted when quick
we noticed
to no avail, and should be a man :
| long time trying to get finished without running further shallow loss. and We hanging We over the fence watching. :
drove next to him '
I we decided to quit for can't possibly have anything likea moment greeted up hr.n for a'
ao we carried the hands
ame back and loaded record yield, and may not come with: "How do you like it?" Expecting I ..,..IrA :
Itlon wagon, still cussing the even corn close contest to the winning yields) in of course, that he would glance at Ford's sleek, race-lined styling and you'U know why JUDGED I:
put on the beam ,
by and
|tor. But had we soon learnedbit Farm Bureau, but we will have a good job!" say Instead: "It he sure shook does his a Ford walked off with the coveted New York Fashion Academy (\ "FASHION CAR" F

!rene! ; we In! Instead inadvertently of gaso- good: yield, we hope, and with. the head doubtfully and looked at the Award-for the second straight year. And the '50 Ford's looks OF 1950 ,

price of feed today that's what field gloomily, and said that he are only a hint of the quality inside. :'
a ender I we want. 1 1I would not do It that way at all. eiD

storm with a heavy I Said he could make one round :;
Did some with with a mule and do
Ike up another short dry experimenting a better job.
lilt earlier hot weather our tractor in an endeavor to bed Difference of opinion is what _

|f ud Things have been up and plant at the same time. makes the world go round! tUIOK.

veil but the hot sun and Used two disc hlllers to throw .

J rain have held some of up a narrow bed, and had the Our seven pigs are coming along
fp back planter riding the ,middle of.4t. I fine. Haven't weighed them since .

l Result was that in a matter of the day they were born but .they ys SIX

1 mea are still fifteen or twenty minutes we had are growing fast, and have been L

Weeds almost producingwell. had planted" (on level land which had getting extra feed In their pig Which low-priced car gets away fastest Almost any driver &
been cut up) In beds of beans ;
creep-or at least they did until
I "I jfh but we got in with a Trouble with it was that the narrow will say FORD for Ford alone among all low-priced cars :

I I the Mopped way, mulch them our out.plants We beds thrown up by the hlllers 85,45 OR EVEN 3 brings you a fine-car Weight engine. It's priced way under ) !\'

F ar, as the one bed we by are the practically brought down level most "Sixes," and "hushed" to whisper while it works! i ;'
Is planter. Another Is that I
practically free of green matter, weeds, etc., :which HADACOLHELPS
|and the berries there do M EG CaG
have been WOM
cut under, tend to clog
uIre 3 .
t loot' made washing.much Of money course ones up. But we're going to keep experimenting ALL AGE GROUPS I ?,, 7O'AND 70 YOUR CHOICE ,:

considering the work until we can planton ; f?,
but we have cleared a straight, even ,beda similar to .
HADACOL is good for all ages, '"
bringing five of nature's B vita .,:
mins and important minerals to .
the young and old alike. Recently
the HADACOL folks received the
good news that among the countess I 1i
I thousands who had been

benefited by HADACOL was a i .
lady of 8:1: I A
Mrs Edmond Doucet. of Church : r ;

Point, La., is 85 years old, having } ,li
Tried IT? thousands of friends in the r ;),

picturesque Evangeline section of } j!;,
ouisian w .,

was where born she and "

has spent all .A a 9)j

of These her friendsare 1 life. )

know happy that to v ,1 -

TriedWHffT? gives any two now feels Mrs.years 1 time than Doucet better the and in at e' ; {y,. zLT: t ", l'S I,'

I credit to MRS. DOUCET1fADAC01 F

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I was run down had lost weight e
and had to stay in bed most of I f '\;
the time. I lost courage and felt ? ;'
The that there was no hope for me" :
greafNEIJJNoNox Mrs. Doucet had tried many
preparations ;
beneficial results when she heard Ford's 35% easier-oding King-Size Brakes use part of your .
the glorious new about HADA-
COL. cars forward motion to take the "work" out of stopping. And,

After taking several bottles of trips are more restful in the quiet of Ford's "sound-conditioned," if l :
HADACOL I felt \like a new person ..: .'I:
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without ill ef- ,
I want
fects and sleep well. I feel much because you get a lower level "Mid Ship". Ride. .
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minerals which HADACOL con-
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Flower Arrangement Starke MusicaleTo Beta Sigma Phi Grace The new Page pledges Evelyn attending
Gainesville Artists Business N'WIo1t
Plans InitiationEight Martha Yancey Ma '
Meet TuesdayThe
Will Be HeardIn Of WMS Meets Topic Of DiscussionAt Scruggs, Jean Thomarsew
ClubAt Starke Musicale will meet new pledges of Beta Sigma Gardiner, ;Jacquelin
Junior Mc-orer
Concert Here Business Woman's circle of Phi attended the regular meeting a
The Tuesday evening May 18, at 8 0- Betty Deas. The
the Baptist Woman's Missionary the monthly meeting of the 'clock !in the Methodist recreation of the sorority held Monday eve- presided over by the meeting
National Music Week will be observed Society met Tuesday evening at Junior Woman's club Thursday building. Mrs. Edward Charbonneau ning at the home of Mrs. E. ;J. Ann Hayes Dreads|
In Starke with a programby the church education building with week, Mrs. M. M. West Call St., wIth
evening of last will present a group of songs Dowling on Plans are being made
artists to "
prominent presented Mrs. R. B. I
In the First Baptist Church the circle chairman, Parrlsh. Sr. of Gainesville spokeon accompanied by Mrs. L. A. Canova. Marian Long and Norma Curry mal Initiation of new mambas In
RrMdrure 'Office Alvarez, presiding. "Flower Arrangements" and All members are urged to attend : Inn
June Caldwell Sunday afternoon May 21, at 3 made for a covered as hostesses. Keystone on :J ajl *
were floral
Plans of lovely
29 demonstrations all others Interested are In-
Iii. State Farm 43 Editor is being gave
o'clock. The program dish luncheon to be held Tuesday, arrangements for the home.
- - ---------- sponsored by the Starke Musicale. May 16, in the recreation room of assisted by Mrs. Harold vited.
She was
Guests artists from the University the educational building. of Gainesville, Mrs A. Z. At the April meeting of the Mu-
Mrs. E. M. Davis I Miss KillingsworthTo of Florida who :will appear on Mrs. Gladys Harrington cpm- Gertner Adkins, Mrs. Edward Burns, Miss sicale, which was held on Monday, I
Wed Mr. Peek this program are Maurice Hlnson, munlty missions chairman, re- Ross, Mrs. Eldon Hardy April 17, Dr. Alvah A. Beecher, l
To Present Pupils Dorothy
I pianist and organist, Delbert E. ported the donation of three Bibles Mural Gardner. head of the Division of Music of .
In Recital I On Thursday, June 8 Sterrett, tenor, and Jane Richards to the city jail and the placing of and Mrs Mrs.Parrlah la active In garden the University of Florida, was
Sterrett, literature the colored the guest of honor. REFINEMENTin
soprano. Baptist club work, having served as State
Mrs. E. M. Davis will present Mrs. Charles R. Kllllngsworth of Mr. Hinson was an outstanding Baptist church irr-Reno. It was Federation of Garden Clubs president -Mrs. L. A. Canova, president,
tier pupils in a piano recital tomorrow this. city announces the engage- student.of the Julllard School of decided to take an offering at the for two terms, president of presided and Mrs. Lemuel Colson
(Saturday) afternoon at: ment and approaching marriage Music, New York City. He has next meeting to help defray the the Gainesville Garden Club andas acted as secretary, and followingthe ; every necessary detail in a Service
3 o'clock in the Woman's Club of her granddaughter, Willa Vida made a very successful New York expense of the YWA's trip to president of the Galnl'sviJleWoman's brief business session the fol- available locally and widely known for
building. I Klllingsworth, to Sinclair recital and at present' Is organistat Rldgecrest this summer. Club. low, g program was presented:
Students participating In the lyn Peek, son of Mrs. Sinclair L. the First Christian Church of After the business session the Plans were announced by Mrs. Dr. ?U*rrher delivered an address its modest cost, its wholesome cour
recital will be Elizabeth Allen Peek and the late Mr. Peek of to Mrs.
Gainesville meeting was turned over Guy Sale, special chairman regarding cemented with what the University -
Jimmy Cole, Kathleen Conway, Starke. Mr. Sterrett holds the position of I A, D. Crosby, program chairman a tea to be held next mimic division can and will
Mary Lee Conway, Frances Doug- The ceremony will be solemnizedIn Instructor of Voice at the University substituting for Mrs. A. H. Johns Thursday afternoon from .4 to 8 do for the smaller communities, sympathyePhone
las, Diane Clllen, Paula Gillen, the First Baptist church of of Florida and la known as al Those taking! part on the program o'clock In the Woman's Club build- and the sharing of the University's
Vida Jean Gentry, Sharon Groen, Stark on Thursday afternoon, tenor, pianist, and an organist of were Mrs. Thelma DInklns, Mrs ing, honoring the Bradford high program with Individuals of the
Archie Green Lex Green Jr., Lu- 'June 8, 0 o'clock. Mrs. Carrie In-
I at professional calibre. He has traveled James Deaver and school senior girls.Hostesses surrounding towns; Mrs. H. G. 7 Starke Fla.
die Green, Bill Green, Kathryn Kel- No invitations are being sent extensively' the Near East,, gram, who formed a panel discus- for the evening wereMrs. Peyton, accompalnled by Mrs.
ly, Robert Kelly, Glenn McCord, but all friends of the couple are Invited Europe, and South 1\ America, and sing the subject, "Radio In Missions. Vernon Silcox. Mrs N D. Canova, sang."Happy Song" (Del Funeral
Barbara Jean Norman, and Gunga to attend the wedding and Is also an accomplished linguist. ." Wainwright, Miss Lucille Mitchell\, Riga), "Carlsslma": (Arthur A. Director Ambulance Service

Patel. also the reception which will be Mrs. Sterrett also has an extensive I The hostesses, Mrs. Charles Miss Nina Bishop, Mrs. O. ;J.: Ed- Penn), "Allah's Holiday" (Rudolf Our local funeral home enables u to offer convenience
held Immediately following the Schmitt, Mrs. Alvarez, Mrs Dea- Frlml), and "Arise 0 Sun" (Maude anE
background of radio, concert, i wards, Jr., and Mrs. W. T. Coram, services not otherwise available.We .
BPW Will MeetThe ceremony in the church recreation and recital appearances. She and ver, Mrs. A. E. Futch, and Mrs. ;Jr. Craske Day); concluding a piano
room. Mr. Sterrett gave a joint Town I Bertha Fuller served delicious refreshments It was voted to change the solo "To Spring" (Grieg" by Mrs.
May meeting of the Starke to the 21 members Sarah Gtddlnga. I
Hall recital In New York In 1948 meeting day from Thursday to,
furnish the highest type service at lowest prlcei
Bualnesa Professional Wo- 114
and &
Eastern Star NoticeThe and in that year she also won a present. Monday evenings and discontinue
man's club will be held at 8 p.m. scholarship for Italian Opera studyat meetings until September. Mr and Mrs. McRae accept ANT' life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT
Monday May 15th !in the home of regular meeting of the East La Scala In Milan, Italy. Since Woman's Club company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral
Janla Avery All members are Plan ObservanceOf Consultation carries no obligation.
will be held! coming to Florida Mrs. Sterrett Honors _
urged to attend as the report of em Chapter has appeared In concert a number May Breakfast Faculty Golden -
the nominating committee will be Monday night at 7:30: o'clock. All I of times with marked success and Held Wednesday Mr and Mrs. Partin Wedding

given members are urged to attend. : acclaim. With Housewarming Mr. and Mrs. Harley M. McRae

-- ------ -- - - I A more detailed account of the t As a climax of the social year of Pine Level section will celebrate GOODWEARTire
I program! to be presented here will I the Starke Woman's Club enter- Members of the Bradford high their golden wedding anniversary
I be given next week.ThomasSanders. tained its members and guests ata school' faculty honored B.H.S. Sunday, May 21, at their home. ,
May Breakfast Wednesday noonIn Principal and Mrs. C. S. Partin, On that day all members of the
ELECT the club building. i Jr..who recently moved Into their family will be present for a reunion
Quests were greeted In the reception home West Madison Street ,
new on and family dinner. Friends are Invited -
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thomas. of room before the mantel with a house warming party Mon- I
to visit them from 2 to 6
Starke announces the engagementand which held an arrangement of day evening. Sale
E. ConnerYour approaching marriage of their mixed spring flowers, by Mrs. After spending some time at o'clock p.m.

Doyle daughter! Lois, to Cpl. Norman E. W. R. Morse, club president Mrs. the Partin home, the party movedto For Orange Juice See Martin!
Sanders BOn of Mr. and Mrs. G. I. N. Breazeale, Mrs. O. L. Boas- the school home economics department -
E. Sanders of Starke. Wedding ley, Mr. K. G. Duncan, and Mrs. where refreshments and
plans will be announced later. M. F. Brown. square dancing :were enjoyed.
State Representative t The tables, arranged In the form About 30 teachers and their famines -

.. of a horse shoe in the auditorium, enjoyed this lovely event 10 DAYS
held arrangements) of spring now-I with Mr. and Mrs }'Partin. BDLOVA
ers placed at Intervals. Tall tm.e-I
I.C kets of flowers were placed on ONLY
St. Marks
J! B stage.A Auxiliary

STARKE FL-:. highlight of the program was Gives Silver TeaSt.
the reading by Mrs Herbert Rltchof 995
Young Capable a history of the Starke Woman's Marks' Ladles Auxiliary\
? Fri. & Sat., 12 & IS
May entertained with
a silver tea
!t Club, and of the other early organizations -
:J DOUBLE FEATURE out of which It grew. Thursday afternoon of last week
Mrs. Rltch reviewed the development -. in the Parish House on Church
The RustlersWith and achievements of the Street.
club down through the years to I I Spring!! flowers were used in
Tim Holt the present time. decorating the rooms for this
ANDMutiny- Mrs. E. K. Perryman told of occasion. The mantle was cen- ( )
In thp picture gallery, which Included tered with an arrangement of
rhntograohs> of all club past pres Easter lilies flanked on either

The Arctic idents.Introduced Past presidents and each attendingwere gave a side sliver by candelabra.lighted white tapers In 9t4; 't/ee

'Tbe tea table was covered with
few remarks on the :work -
Dependable Energetic Itlchard Ar1<'n. Andy Dovlne during her admlnl tratlon.Ellpe..IBUy en Imported cloth and was centered ,
Plus Chap. 1 "Dare Devils'of with low
honored' guests at a arrangement of roses MARATHON
the Went" this time were Mrs. \V, E. Middle- and delphinium with tall white with the and :
ton Mrs.. A. Z. Adklns. and Mrs.J tapers on either side. Others cap .

Sun. Mon. Tuf'.... May 14-18 H. Rltch the three surviving appointments on the table Included gown crowd 11 BY
members of the club's first build- silver dishes holding nut j

Strike It RichRod Ing committee. They were pre- and pastel mints. ;
sented with corsages and were Mrs. H. C. Brown greeted the ALSO GOOD5EARGUARANTEED

HE WILL SUPPORT: Cameron, Bonita Oranvllle awarded life memberships In the guests at the door and presentedthem
Also News & Shorts organization.Mrs. to a receiving line composedof Elgin & Hamilton
H. H. Adams, president of Mrs Mattie Gahagan Mrs.
0 A sound educational program the Junior Woman's Club WoOs Stanley Noegel and Mrs. Lemuel WATCHES
Wed. &: Than., May 11 ft 18 Introduced and given special recognition Colson.

0 Adequate assistance for the aged DOUBLE FEATURE for the outstanding pro- The punch bowl was centeredon Include Professional Model for v 4' 6 GOODYEAR
a small table
gram of work being carried on flanked :with Doctors ft Nurses
Not Wanted by the Junior Club. plumosas fern Interspersed with 4 Like all Goodyear tires,
0 More and better farm to market roads Mrs. R.. B. Whlttaker of Jacksonville asters Mrs. Billy Noegel and ; t Marathon carries a
Sally Forrest, Kefe Brasnelle Director of District Four. Mrs. Richard Kldd presided at the
punch table.Appropriate. LIFETIME GUARANTEE!
0 A tourist program which will benefit Bradford -AND- Florida Federation of Woman's '
Other Suitable Gifts For .,
Clubs, was introduced by Mrs. music was played ,a" ; Hurry Hurry Here
CountyA South Of Morse and conducted the Installation during Lemuel the afternoon by Mrs. Graduation at Moderate { t :' a value you can't beat.

of the following officers for Colson and Miss Betty b s a SAVE! DRIVE IN TRADE
Young Man Who I* Already, Known In TallsJuuuw The Santa FeAlso the new year: Mrs. W. R. Morse, Anne Flynn. Prices eiN y
president: Mrs. M. F. Brown, vice assisting in serving were J '
News Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. Joe .
president; Mrs. R. A. Green 2nd
(raid Political >d".) I ;Hoover, Mrs. Herbert
Thomas. Visit Our
I vice president; Mrs. James Lewis Before You Bay Terms
3rd vice president; Mrs. Ruth Mrs Edward Burns Mrs. O. AWEEK
Frazier, 4th vice president; Mrs. Beaaley, Mrs. G. E. Miller L.I Low 50
W, W. Lanrnrr secretary; Mrs.H. ., Miss) ;Joan Carpenter. AsA

CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S C. Rltch, treasurer; and Mrs.K. I then About 1 123 guests called during GEM JEWELRY
O. Duncan '
corresponding secretary -
Carpenter's Has A Complete Selection Mrs. Ewward Charbonneau concluded Future HomemakersTo Leading JewelerS

Fountain Specials I Of Gifts For "Mother" .A the program with two Give Barn Dance -fc.Mr4' Railway. w.trh lM._'.. State. Bd. 200 (U.S..301)) .t .. OtyS Limits

lovely vocal selections, acc pan- 109 E. Call St. Sterke Fla oer D. Goodman, Owner, SUrk, Fla
Special Remembrance She Will led by Mrs. E. M. Davis, pianist. Tomorrow
night (May 13)) at
Cherish With Your Everyday Love Arrangement for the breakfastwere 8 o'clock a barn dance sponsored
And directed by Mrs. I. N. Brea- by the Starke Chapter of the Fu-
Home Baked Ham ture Homemakers of America will
be staged In the USO auditorium.
With Apple ft Celery Salad New PTA Officers Prizes will be given for the best 1
0 A complete line fine perfumes & Installed TuesdayThe square darting" couple and also

colognes to the girl with the best square HAVE
SOcSrrveU dance ,
Bradford County chapter of
Q Manicure bets, cosmetic gift sets, pen the, Parent' Teachers Associationmet Proceeds will help defray expenses Strawberriesat
of delegates to the F. H. A.
in the high school for i
& pencil sets stationery lucite comb
the regular meeting Tuesday afternoon Leadership Training Conference at
& brush sets perfume atomizers at 3:30: o'clock. Camp O'Lena June 1218.

Melba Peach Half Mrs. T. B. Harding!!, president. ,
0 Yardley acted during the business meeting WSCS To MeetThe '" Christmas!

Filled With Cottage Cbcro) ft Se rted Mrs. W R. Morse had charge of '-
With A Large flaw of Refreshing lord Tea O Coty a devotional which was followed Women's Society of Chris- ,
with the installation of newly elected tian Service of the Methodist WITH A
Q Helena Rubenstein officers also conducted by church will have the regular business -
40c Mrs. Morse and program meeting Mon-
i day afternoon. May 15, at 3:3,0: o- ..
0 Cara Nome : Harmon P. Morgan superintendent 'clock In the church. KelvinatorFreezer
of public Instruction, made
an interesting address on "Future
Phone 64" For Free Luncheon O All gifts attractively wrapped for Conditions of our Schools."

Mothers Day and we will add a It was announced that the average F A
Delivery Service Any Day Of lovely Carnation 'for "the grandest attendance at the meetings It er S

The Week. Mother (in the world"CARPENTER'S during this year hn* been 42 mem E Tvrew".u K
bers. This was the last meetingof !! E
the P. T. A. until next September I

E Fat

Paln.taklng care and professional skill 'are S' I I 0T e
::> an .

I 1 / pound integral for part you of every prescription ice come I R, t I Will Lesrion: Meet Auxiliary TuesdayThe :I I R .

regular monthly meeting of A B
American Legion Auxiliary, Post T I I Only $10 Down

88, will be held Tuesday evening, E L --_ & $10 Per Month
18. at 8 o'clock
May at the Legion S
Hall Installation of new officers THOMPSONL
will be led by Mrs. Volesia Deas,
president of district four. Plana SHEET METAL Shop
The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled for the annual Poppy Day observance Temple 'A_ Starke

will be completed. AU prospective Rear of njutmaaa( Bldg. OLSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE 221 S..WALNUT ST. I ISTARKE
: w members are Invited to iM
attend this. Installation service _1.. : FLORIDA ;,
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r .rev 12.19d9 BRADFORD COPNTT MAY 12195 tf(

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recenUY Ail type sleet metal work-
who Misw.
Evelyn and Lillian -
New. ar.hinef on the stuart W. B. Thompson rear of Ilart- I pent Inn weekend In Tallahassee Stump Raga and xhnn to match at paid ulldlnir. prlpertv or otherwlRe" located on JAMRB A. 1.I<:Wl11.
Smart "
pJO'IIIent Shopp Chairman
I City
"' 'Rlt 1 the week- mann Bid?., N. Temple Ave. Attending the 25th: anniversary Now. lie'' .-fi nbe It ordained. bv Attest: CARL, JOHNS, city Clerk
't f a' will spend Gueata of Mr. I celebration of the. Zeta Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mist the ('hr o.unrll of the city of To the Honorable J It Walnwrlvht ANNOUNCING -
and Tau "
kur In Starke. Mrs. F. F. Alpha Starke.' Bradford ,
familY I Mary Rivers Stubblns were week- County Florida:! Mayor of the city or Btarke,
over hit Dui this week gorrorlty in Tallahassee and the Section 1 That from and after Florida:
itUlgoreiij In, the Stump were their daugh-I dedication of the new ZTA house end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George the ...r'.rtld..l... of thin Ordinance, I hereby certify that the foregoing opening of an experienced qualified
mnnected with her daughters, Marjorie Ellen and 1 there Moody Jr., at Flagler Beach.Room..mhf'r all owners or occupant. of real' pro Ordinance N., 127-A WH duly
da III 12 yean. Among others attending perty In the l-lty c>f Stark .hall and retilarly, enacted by the city
for Ute past : her daughters Majolre Ellen and this affair were Mrs W. H. Mother! Pretty keep ald: property free of aped, Council at its regular. erolon. held Bookkeeping & Income Tax Service
1II.taI werkt1IPp..n. Evelyn all of Monticello. On their of Monticello and Thompson gown, slips. and dresses at hall linderbrtiflhlnir and other debris and at the. City Hall. Htarke, Florida. onTuMday.
Mrs stacked .
Fred or In orderly' May into
Iember 1 Mar of ; lertTemple return yeaterday (Thursday) Smart f arrangement ,
they Guy of Gainesville. Shoppe.Mlsa all materials, building CAItL JOHNS, City >' ..rk, O
or other
IV !ii., Awe were accompanied by Mrs Stump Mrs. Julian Carolyn Hamilton of Day pertyHnvtton, Inf. located on said pro The above and' foregoing Ordlnanc
1 'I e" G. J. who will continue on to L. reek now living ton received and approved toy methl ,
and MrtI Amherst, a Beach spent last weekend "' 2 That
otlr In Newton. Ga, from and after the 4th day of May, I ISO
- weekend were their Va., where ahe will visit Miss Inez weeks spending several here as the guest of Miss Joan ffective date of Ihlll Ordln.nc. any J K WAINWU1OIIT. Colson & Womeldurf
I at Mr' and Wood and other relatives. here all the guest of her Carpenter.Mrs. owner or n""p"nt of real. property i Mayor, Clly I nf Starke.;
.ughter-In.Jaw. sisters-in-law, In the "lIy tlr 'Iark" who toile ,6-11 It 6-18
Jr ot Galnea- Stockings 79c to $I.M at Mrs E. K Perry, Effle Johns spent last week MtO..a f'h cnmply with Ihe Ailkln Itlilg- Above Hart Furniture ('..., Slarke.
McGrlff man Mrs. J. Dons : h.Iol"l:
H. ; ,
Ritch In rlre.lt
and !Mrs Ordlnxnes Court. Rrndford (onntf.
V Smart Shoppe F. H. Long In New River visiting her nephewand (10) data aftlr, belnir/ notified. by I Florida In < hnnpery.Frank .' .. .. '.
......,.. ,_,_, ,_ nelce, Mr. and Mra. L. L. Ren- the City Clerk I of the city at Ktarke I A.. Knapp Jr.. Plaintiff, v*. .. .'
---- """ "" """""""' '''''''m'' In writing to '
'IIIIPII"'I1"- Protractor lie at the Bradford froe. dln"n,'., comply with Bald Or Martha A K Knapp Defendant
shall upon conviction, be Case No. un :
County Telegraph. Also. Mrs R. A. Harris returned to her iritllty or .a mliienieanor. and shall Order el Publicationnd Notice ')'0
NOTICE -:- ruler protractora. home be punished: by a fine of not more A........ 'I'IM "P KI.I>HII1' To'l
rg In Gainesville Saturday after than Fifty Dolton. (|DO> or hv .Im- 'Martha' A. K: Knapp whore. ,
Starke Friends will be glad to hear that spending several days here visiting prlflonment In the City Jail for not denca In .15 Went iOth ftr", el. New ATTENTION
un A NEWCOMER to And Mrs. Clenn Duke of Gainesville is her Bons-ln-law and daughters. such more fine than and thirty Imprisonment day' or by both York, New York: l
auld Appreciate Your PatronageAUto recovering: nicely following an op. Mr and Mrs. R. A, Green and dlHcrtlon of the Mayor June U are, IttdO required In the to above appear named on TOBACCO
eration In the Alarhua County' Mr. and Mrs. G J. McGriff. ImprlMonment Section/ 8 'In lieu. of such fine and Court and. routes wherein plnlnllff GROWERSLet
Body & Fender Repairingdu Hospital last th city of Stark seeks divorce. Bradford County Telearaph ,.
weekMr IWmf'mbo'rIoth..r! on her day may perform the work required by shall publish
this Order In
[Pont Duco& duLux Paints Used and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and I with a blooming plant from COLONIAL thla tthull Ordinance become. and a lien th. coffta against Iher.of .-' next\ four weekly hand :liteueVltnea .. Us Write Your ;
and official
\'oldinz 0 Painting O Wrecks Rebuilt son, Jimmy, of Tampa, :will arrive FLORIST. real .property on which the work at Htarke my, Klurltln, thin May lu, 1H&0.
Estimates O First Class Workalthall's Friday to spend the weekend here doneflection 4 (OFFICIAL HK.M. A.I. Thomas
All ordinances Ih"l
Free A. Clerk of said Court
visiting Mr and Mrs. O L. Beai- UDC Makes Plans part or Ordinance* In conflict .. Wv Haven Crosby, Iteputy, Clerk INSURANCE
[ ley and Mrs J. W, Kincaid. with art hereby repealed, T. Frank. Ijindrum !murke. Florida,
fcrdyltShop Mr. For Section T Thla Ordinance. shall A. 7. Adklne. Jr 101 I 10 Union HI,
and Mrs. H K Annual PicnicThe take effect Immediately. .
Highway 100 South Tyus and I i upo nit llalneavllle, Florida NOW Before You Need It
BffiaKOflfflaiffiffi sons, Kenneth and Harold .spent postage and approval hy the Mayor Attyn, for Plf B ((3 4t 8.t

last weekend visiting/: relatives In W T. Week1 chapter of -

Chattahoochee and the United Daughters of the Confederacy -
Marianna. On

1 ice tat L A Ii S I FIE D I their return by Mrs they Tyus'were mother accompanied who Mrs. E.met K.in Perryman the spacious on homeof MadIson Mother's Day CakesSeveral Every Branch of

will spend several weeks here. Street Wednesday afternoon, INSURANCEH. .

MOTHERS DAY May 3, with Mrs. L. G. Powell as
.r 5rm r ur. hou..a' ;,.,!II I LOHT dog XSlt'lSVr'Tli'5nVS.rJt1': a year :Make It a> come memorableone one co-hostess. Sifts To Choose from

appfanre'..,. Htlrk*. UP name "Dusty. The residence
r [J.m" Iteward. Notify F. for her with flower from was beautifully
raw range, pr c-I I J. I:4haw.: SIark.\\ Itpl COLONIAL FLORIST decorated with spring flowers for All Especially Decorated For Her Day

A.VTII nor A xorge. orlInellY Cost $ /of.- LOST brown In female Law ley aectlon-: r.uppy.1 :Mrs. C. E. Beam spent Saturday the occasion. Plan were made C. WALL AGENCY .
at" bargain price bob-lalled for the annual U. ,\
role In D. C. SEE THEM
(:;aa ('o. Inc. Btarha It A nnweri to name of "Dabby. Not-I Jacksonville visiting her daughters picnic IN OUR WINDOWAnn's -
e Icy Ram: lto..nberll'. Starke, ]Mrs.\ Dave Penoyer, Mrs. Lor which will be held In June at the PLEASE PHONE It6

,;n;.or verge fd3 SALE AtreI fenced' : 'T-rm AV.yard./house;; FOR Raward.RENT: Nice turn. ".PI08..1 l ralne dison.DuBose and Mrs. Vivian Ad- home Kingsley of Lake.Mrs. E. L. Matthews on i. Bakery & Coffee Shop Constant

Ph JRI It gas range. ft elert. refrlir In Mrs. William Drlsco, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. L. G. Powell discussed In Service Over 50 }.f'ars-
See A. O Martin,
0101 HEPUBEDI' Co., N. Temple Ave Martin Produce Davis and Mrs. B. Hardwick of an Interesting. manner the life of
A :a;: lr_..All_ R.ar.eteed.Mnd.la. lipNYTX" 'Va/dosta/ : Ga., spent last Wednesday Jefferson Davis I;
T UNIFORMS, At the close of the '' "-" "
V. .HHFPHBBO blnunea, lln- here visiting Mrs. R. A. Col- meeting
I. .
'd.. .,.rk 1Pa. 2'lIn Brie pure silk dreaxeH, All slips, delicious :
": reasonably prlred. Mndnrn Man son and Mrs. Dewey Warren. refreshments were served -- .' ... I '
Maohlnee' ner Clothe, 214 Park I'I For by the hoRtesses.In .
rilnfor Sewlnir tit. ace (sanders Orange* JuJre! SP., Martin!
) Starke.
non Terms only,are'thronrh avallahla Sinter In lip Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal were (Irrnlt I.i>..r.. llmdford oHiilr, I
ll.chlnc ('0., 4n2> N. Mar. FOR SALE: Fourteen 2-yr. old hen called to Marianna, last week because Vl"rlfliil In C hanrrrr.Mnrftarrt .
take HIV. F.a. Phone A rooster II 50 ea or $20 lakes NVclil... Plaintiff, v"iimrxr .. GROCERY&MARKET
! '. Our all. J. A. Brlnnon. cur South A of the illness of Mr. Deal's A, Weld, Defendant Caia ,
k &rv/eetcere'will/ ,,1..lt Cherry Sin, Starke. Itp sister, Mrs L. L. Davenport. No. 7.92.Order PAkLI7W's
rrquent. tfT .f Piihllcmlim 4nd llattrr Totpprar.
nut upon
LOST: A bigwhite & light red now They returned to their home here "'r'TK OF Ki.nmnt TOt
Attractive clean Furnd weighing about 800 Ib, when lost the last of the week. Sumner A. Vv......Id* whose residence
: Apr. 22. Anyone finding thin M. 168 Mount .Vernnn ,
tinfiirnlBhi-il apartment. now Mother Street Bottton,
I /
-and-hath houn. t>eInrallon please notify Henry (Irlffx A rereive always; loves flower*. MnAHHChUMCttM. *
rnom rlo e In. W. If |10 reward. 124 W. Pratt A corsage from COLOM FLORIST You are required to .appear on "
i. 101 W Madlran. tf St. Btarke. lip will Mart her day l right. June 11 anti, I960 cause, In the wherein nhovK plaintiff.namedCourt .

FOR SALE: Heart cynrena b 1 14 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, K. peeks divorce Prnrifurd County Tel.'
ft, rood condition. Frlced o"t. graph shall nur llh* thin. Order In
RENT at 137.60. M. K Judd. Or Lafavett Douglas Sunday were Mrs. A, B. net four weekly l..u-*. Free Delivery Corner Call & Cherry Streets Starke Florida '
A Adama Bt.., I'h 21SJ. 2t BelHmg and daughter, Mary Virginia Witness rnv hood and official' *enl' I'

1 / of Lake Butler, and Mrs. at OFFICIAL Rtarke. Klorldn SKAI.,)thin A.May J. Thomas II. 960., ,

F. A. SCOTT Ruby Rlcharde of Alachua. An Clerk of nald Court

\- .itorlfc( COUNTY FRANCHISE Mrs. F. H. Long had as her gue.it HV Maven CroHby, Peniity: Clerk'
Atty, for Plf. L-12t 8.2OItIVV'I'
,e.sp a or B4llMI 'f'fI last weekend her son Bill Long Rath's "Black Hawk" Spiced
NO. 137-"
-Ohio Corporation leader. In Gainesville .
4 OrdliiBBre tn require nwBeraor ,
autorrmtJvft/ field now offering fran Robert L. .. ,,.. Inthe '
Cpl. of
I OUMMINO of any chive on exclunlve nationally adver Base Beam of ChathamAir or('11 upnntN,. of ......... llmilforil property(........ AM Limit: Two 12 oz. Cans :
Savannah. ,
lilranlfcit wurk "See' R. 11 tised product. Thin put a man In Ga spent ... Klorliln. to keen paid propertyfree 29c
I'. 400 S Thompson St., business. of bin own which can be last weekend here visiting/ his of *veert.. .... ..... "sworn".... .
4t 6-19 operated from his home or a ",nail l) othee dehrlMt vt0lrloer
; E office. We finance th. bunlneji. parents, Mr And Mrs. C. E. Beam. ore...nnt. o, paid property to keen EACH :'
ml fciinm. .?.t.. .shell for you. Cpl. Beam recently reenlisted I In Mtnrke or In orderly nrro.[emenlnil .
. pl.., ..... werrvl.g.. If you are a man of good standing. the Air Force. 'He was formerly moterlnl*. hnllitlnic or olher*.1. ,'
.,w, are Sweet Shop In your community .and want a year leafed on mid tirnnertT. eavlAlnd 1
;I Clarke tfp2124| around bunlnemi Which will net you stationed In VVajima Japan an pensisIpe. for ,1.11.. suit repeal I
from $400 up per month writ: IOK nil Ordlnnnoe oe parse of orAlnnnrpa -
a let returned to this country In
April. ..
t E ter In your own hand. In rnnfllrerpwlt
TKI.h\ 1
1-10N giving-
JPHOSE 239' 1ft Cha.YOUR C experience, education. and huttlne.your* bars. Effle Johns had as her d'ltv'ouncil. '111
stir (
la HadloB, Scat Cover. background briefly Addrea.. C.R. guests Sunday her nephew and ann' stlnn!. of Fresh Beautiful Bradford County Fresh Nice Snap25C
_itsrke, tf I"o, HOI 11'11.1-1 prhorfh III./ .... the Cltv of Ptnrhe. Wranford Conntv. ,
nelre| Mr
Jnekiion tlle. Von and Mrs F. W. Webb, Florida l I. of 'the opinion
One master barber. Law. where to meet us for personal: otifke Inter- of Hawthorne It!would he In the puhllo 'inters. t

''"Shnp,, Sip 6-12 view AH types sheet metal work- to real renulre property owne1.In the or City occupnnta of Hiarke.Florida or.

II 1\-. in. i .KIJB, .,.,. \V. B. Thompson, rear of Hart to keep said properly free Squash 3 Ib. Beans 3 lb. 25C
"' of wend, undPrhruphing and other
M .l.fc.:"O'-KtFMS... (......m.d A| ORDER 'YOt'R DRESSED FRYJ5R8: munn Bids., N. Temple Ave.. orb ... and .::r R owner* ,
LB8 C SHEPHERD for t-un. dinner oil< call for them Alton Ambrose of Ft Worth, I occiipantn of. nald., property in

t Sadiron St.., Stark Sat box Mr 144*. Pearl Starke Sadenwater., near Michigan' hi I. Tex., spent this week visiting, orderlyltarrangement. (allkmaterials I M 'P

I (.,... Burin Pu.... .., Ranch. 2tp S-12 filends in Starke.
4 equipment harp ....I..e-| FOR SALE Buddy Faxon returned to Lake LARGE BOX
'rrt.... ri o
!* 'II, *.' ".' O'.fk"...PII..B.rvlc.. on N. side of new Blandlne land Sunday to resume his studies ;
'h 64t: Ballough Rd. Day-If SOOxJOO way IVi feel.ml. E. of ALSO Call Sty(. hi-I,at Florida Southern College after AIR .. PARK TI Ie ;

t HAlILlI of furn farm house. for $2000 rash; I spending last weekend here visiting THEATRE .
any kind. haa DRIVE-IN
) Ir Ph 'iA"'J ok"n Tran.. shaded enclosed on W. Hide yard, near good Blandlng lawn' his mother Mrs. D. Faxon. With purchase of qt.| Cook Kill
or 49-w, U C. C. Mrs. J. B. returned to Keystone Helghta. Fla.
Wynn 1U ml Sapp her at
K w"I'II' :;, .:.. take left .hand:: regular price! of $1.19
I home here after
L TOUR rof at Call St bridge. Tuesday staying ](
l NOW In I St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville Frt. A Hat.!! May 1% It IS
WANTED: Man with car. for Raw-!, I It
t Cash Prices Paid leigh business In City of Stark. | I for several days underobservation. RED DESERT ,t
I City has made Dealer average Marsh In Sales.Polk.of County 110 I c; For her. on MOTHERS DAY Starring Don Red Barry. Tom While\ Center Cut Blue Rose Factory Pack !
L BUY IN BULK weekly elnce first of year. Mld- Neak it Jack Holt
I dle-aged man preferred Write atonce ,"'whether It be a Dish Garden Cut M"Selected I ,
OR IN Serial "Mynte UNIT givingage.. experience Raw- I Flower.*. Corsage. blooming Potted 7
J ,lelnh'e Dept FAE-270-JAL, At- C : ten'lon Mr Laws, P.O. Box 187,1 Plant, or arrangement coming : '
DWIiW: PECK Memphis Tenn. 4tp 5.2. I from file. COLONIAL FLORIST, Bacon lb. 19' Rice 31b. 29C
It May 1B 15 I
John Sun. Mon.
W. Turner LOST: Bright red cow branded KJ I J you am assured. of fresh stork mt ,
p 0. -long cane horns protrude for ,
Box: 463 I moderate price aJway CAGED FURY
ward when animal" looks ahead
Gainesville, Fla. $25 reward IfN" delivered E. BWaadln Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght and chll- With Richard Dinning, Sheila Rr- '

Waldo, Fla. Stp5-19 I Iren, Mrs. Glenn Wood and chit an. Bunter Crahbr. Mary Beth 1p

me! a post card and I WANTEDIouaekeeper: : ; general Iren C and Miss Betty Anne Flynn IlugheH
ill house work A care 3 am children spent last weekend at Klngsley 1ph
!! come see you: Board or rent, plus salary, Call [ Also 8 -l -.<'t'Ml Short 'I.

I Ruby Scott at Brooker 39Ji. 2tpM I]Lake. WnL A JUNGLE Thrilling* Thura Jlmgle GODDESS. May Picture 17 18 POTATOES I 0 lb. 39cRound h

With Cie... Kmrpn, Wanda McKay \
t9a \ goy
\ .:. --it Armlda, Ralph Byrd

:\\ / r+Gl f
\\, // ADMISSIONS: Adults lOc Hoop My-T-Fine

I :. "a Children under 12 years in t ,

\ /II"\ '",......" cars Show FREE.nightly at 7:49: Cheese lb. 39C Pudding for 23C' i

i U J 111..1

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Bargain! I

i On HER Day Sunday, May 14. Buy Her A Gift From Mayonnaise 37 '

DENMARK'S Now & Pay Later Use Our Budget Plan.

ts f Mother Will Appreciate Beautiful

Unequalled Floor Lamps 5.95 PLATFORM h Sweet Sixteen Best {Grade; New Red Bliss ..+

at the price ROCKERS

Nice Dinette:5-pc.Suit Howell 59.50 Chrome Resr.ON S.U.ET 27.95 Val. Oleo lb. 19 Potatoes, 4 Ib. 19'': ,, ,( .' ;

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;tl I Ca States.*, K'OU. Electric Wood 1995 lit d PropertyOwnerNeeds LA ROMAWe :: ,

New 1 grind it while I
Rugs "
A Special Just COFFEE 63c \(
LInoleum wait! "
or wool / f.J ., for Mother you

Bedroom Suit "'f, e New Shipment-Just Arrived! They're gos.e' Windstorm Insurance POUND 'r' l9

Large Selection ing fast-and no wonder! These Platform Cost is 'low-Insure Now i

Living I Room Suit Rockers hsve luxurious comfort & smart styling _____ _____

_Price_ Quality To Please # of much higher priced rockers. Charley Agency E. Johns With purchase of qt. size' Cook Kill at regular price Dixie Pride "

Plume IS HTARKB.! : FLA. of $1.19 the price everywhere!

enmark GE 151 Furniture STARKE Co.FLA. e..' ., : Sugar lb.1C Bread loaf 10c' I'I';

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IPLIs Time The ntirust Lawyer L .r I i,1,,'P U


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:- Won A Case Against A&P f ;'IVt R R N


in have brought a civil suit to destroy A&P. ;
As almost everyone now knows, the anti-trustlawyers Washington :: 4

They ask the courts to order the dissolution of this company. :'''7

They say that this suit is based on the fact that they won a suit against us at Danville, Illinois, in ,1946. .- (l
They did. In that case, Federal Judge Walter C. Lindley made a decision against A&P. ".:." I f
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Immediately thereafter, in a letter explaining his decision, Judge Lindley wrote. : ,:t j; t tj j

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'._ :. :, "1 have not condemned. the A&P system. : ,

.':, ';J"" I I have not made a finding which could \ ;

be the basis for a' suit of dissolution." \ ,.

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: So,now we have the anti-trust lawyers saying that their suit to dissolve A&P is based on Judge Landless decision; I .

while Judge Lindley himself says his decision could not be the basis for a suit of dissolution. _"';;

In previous ads we told you about the cases against A&P which the anti-trust lawyers lost. We promised to tell :
you about this case they won. Here is the story of the Danville case. -

What Judge Lindley Objected To What We Did To Correct This ,

'At Danville the anti-truat lawyers made all of the charges which they are again making In the light of the decision, we immediately set about reviewing our activities to be aur4
against A&P today. They were substantially the same charges they had made and dropped that there could never again be any criticism of our operations.at .
at Dallas, Texas, after four federal judges had objected to some of them as "inflammatory." '
,the Atlantic Commission Company abandoned the dual role I to which Judge Lindley
In his decision, Judge Lindley was critical I of some of our activities. He threw some of objected and which he said was the basis of his decision against us. ,
the charges out of court. He did not make any decision on others. -
'He even took occasion to praise A&P for the efficient job of food distribution it had done. We did this even though the Atlantic Commission Company had been licensed for
many years by the United States Department of Agriculture to act as both a buyer
Judge Lindley said: I and seller of fresh fruits and vegetables.
"To buy, tell and distribute to a substantial portion of 130,000,000 people, one x
and three-quarter billion dollars worth of food annually at a profit of l'/2 cents The Atlantic Commission Company now only buys for A&P. I In other words We stoppedon
each dollar, is an achievement one may well be proud of doing the thing which Judge Lindley said put ut in violation of the Sherman Act.

,"No place in the world I take it are people to well fed as in the'United State No..' We made additional changes in other methods of operation which Judge Lindley
where else, I suppose, do food distributors accomplish efficient distribution at so had questioned at Danville, even though he did not base his decision on them.
low a margin of profit. In contrast, we are told in other nations the problem is not .
one of an adequate diet but one 01.no diet at all." We did even more than this!

But Judge Lindley did find us in violation of the Sherman Act He based his ruling on the We went down to Washington and asked the anti-trust lawyers what else they thought
i dual role played by our fresh fruit and vegetable buying subsidiary, the Atlantic CommissionCompany we should do to conform to their new interpretation of the vague anti-trust laws.
whereby that organization acted both a. buying agent for A&P and as selling
agent for growers. The only answer we ever got was that we should break up this company 1

:Judge Lindley said: Despite their claim! ? that they-were not opposed to A&P's size, they insisted that
destroy this size.
"// / assume [or-I h e purpose of disposition of this case that in general the policyof we : ,
A&P was to operate within the law and attribute to defendants a desire to Despite their claim that they were not opposed to our manufacturing operations,
comply with the law, there still remains the conscious, knowing adoption by all they insisted that,we get rid of our factories which produce many of the fine food
s defendants cf a plan of action by the Atlantic Commission Company affecting you buy at A&P. '
t every department of A&P and every retail store which cannot be squared with
the intent and purpose of the act." Despite their claim that they were not opposed to our low pricesthey insisted that
We destroy many of the efficiencies that make these low prices -
In his I letter explaining 1 the decision Judge Lindley wrote: "/ have condemned their practices possible.In
through the Atlantic Commission Company." ? other words, they insisted upon the dissolution of A&P.

Judge Lindley imposed fines totaling $175,000. When his decision was upheld by the'Circuit We were still trying to find out from the anti-trust lawyers what else they thought
Court of Appeals in Chicago,we paid the fines.This ended the case-but we did not stop there. we should do to conform to the law when they filed the current suit to destroy A&P.


Why, Then, Do They Want To Put A&P Out Of Business ?

Ever since this suit was filed, the anti-trust lawyers have been making damaging statements They say they are seeking to "enjoin" A&P from engaging in certain'"alleged" practice.
that could seriously hurt our business if they were'believed by the public. Actuuallythe whole purpose of this suit is not to "enjoin" ut, but to put us out
{They say that we were found guilty at Danville of all the charges they are making today.: They say: that this suit for diuolution is based on the decision handed down by Judge
This it not true. Judge Lindley did not sustain all of the charges of the antitrust Lindley in Danville.
lawyers. But Judge Lindley! has said. of hit decisions "I have not made a finding which
could be the basis for a suit of dissolution"

They say this suit Is designed to enforce the law. What, then, is the real reason why the anti-trust lawyers want to destroy this company
But A&P has clearly demonstrated its, sincere desire to abide by the spirit, at which for 90 years has pioneered the methods of_distribution which have given the
well as the letter of the law. American people more good food for their money? ,

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MAY 12 1950
LtY lt. 1930
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At The TabernacleA writer and Captain Emory Friar- Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. Leo her position at the Florida Farm

son both of Jacksonville and Rev.J Wiggins and Marie, of Jacksonville
new !loader for the youth meet LEVELBy GRAHAMBy Colony, Gainesville, and returnedto
Chlldress. .
Starke. An open were Sunday visitors In the
ing: at the Tabernacl.. .
her home here.l'rotractorrt .
I night\ carried on In Ii'e: ,. Saturday Mr'!. H. M. McRae air picnicSUpPf'r was given for H. B. Wiggins\ home. Mr.*. John McKlnncrMothers
visitors -
last Friday evening. Mrs T ("
ble Chantaln last
l manner. At the
conclusion of 15c at Out Brad.
the program the group adjourned We had a wonderful service at Malcolm E. Smith of Brad- City.weekend with relatives In Lake Day will be observed. ford County Telegraph.. Ab !l .
to the chapel annex for a leason In Pine Level Baptist Church last enton will have charge of Baptist with special' arrangements of ruler protrso ors.. i
writing names on glass tumblers Sunday morning with 208 In Sun- Services on Sunday In the absenceof flowers at Graham Baptist church

which was Interesting to all. day School classes Rev. Hall the pastor Rev R. C. Cray and the public is cordially Invitedto .,:;:..:;' .;.": '. _::,.. II. ,..,':.I; .":. "r.1IIo.
Church Methodist ChurchMother's Communion was observed at the preached for. ire at the morning who will speak In his home churchIn LAKE GENEVAKy attend. -

I to Sunday morning hour and special service and at Buford Grove Tampa on Mother's Day. Mrs Mandy Smith of Norfolk, PHONE 218 !
Home Week comes Day the sermon sub- bulletins Church at Milliard for an old friendof Richard Blanche CunninghamMrs ;
D .
arrived home Va
appropriate to May Is spending awhile
rte's.I the occasion here with
1 families sitting ject for the 11 o'clock hour at the his then conducted the funeral
ncluelon wore distributed Also, Wednesday of last week, after her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. I
; the sunday morning First Methodist" church will be each member received a copy of services for Mrs Morgan\ who died receiving 'his honorable dischargefrom James Hayes and three and Mrs. Barry Dyal.!
th"d the whole family inlay "Mother. "In our thinking we the church At her home at Raiford after a
convent to read and the Army at Camp Lee Va., children of Vero Bf'aCh,1
recently Everyone busy this week
1"; KDOC Tat the First Bap- cannot separate mother and the ponder. long Illness. completing three active of I'
01 Starke. In recog- church," pastor J. R. Hill stated. Dr. Recent guests of the A. J. Fend- I service years but now of Palatka, are guests of picking beans and squash.
Church Mother'. Day a special for we need a church home Just John McNeil! arrived at the er's were Mrs Leonard Masters Mr. and Mrs L. N. Wagner Mrs. I Jeff Davis Is ill In St. Luke's

,n at wiOe' held with gifts rlv- aa we need a home in which to his Tabernacle Monday afternoon and and daughter\ Dean. Miss Eva Lee I Mrs.her home Earl Van Alstlne returnedto Hayes Is the former Grace Wag Hospital, Jacksonville Mrs. Davis i I
11C', oldest, mother, the young- live. The best way to observe message that evening was most and Jack and Ed Lee, all .of St. Friday after severaldays nero spent Sunday with him and reports FLOWERSFOR
) the the mother with Mother's Day Is to attend church. Interesting. Augustine.Mr. spent In Shadycrest Hospital, that he seems Improved. I
mother Pastor "All Visitors from Gainesville, Lake where she received three blood Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Williams !
children present. parents worthy the name," Butler and Palatka were and Mrs. B. M. Mcltae were transfusions. She Is.much stronger have purchased the E. Gnann home Mrs Louie Dempsey I I. jil"in\
be present ,
will Rev Hill
message continued "particularly Shadycrest Hospital In ,
visiting Mr. and Starke. 1
Halnes' Mrs Robert Groo
Tuesday this week and
evening to and expects .to be out are now living there.
God. Special music will parents of Christ-like heart, stand with acquaintances ver at Brooker Sunday. and about Miss Alma Leeta Dyal Is .recuperating I
fc choir under the by their children In the Dr. McNeill and en- shortly. Mrs R. Forsythe, Mrs. A. Carl- i
t by the amall and Joy his Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and nicely at home followingan @
ministry in and Edward Munnnn' .returned to son and Mrs. B.
of Mrs. Lucille Green large crises of their lives. Christ- song. message children enjoyed the fish supper Cunningham were appendectomy In Shadycrest. \
tlon Mr. Mona Canova at the orunday ian parents give no thought to The at the home of Mrs. Fender's' par I the hospital in Folkston Ga. lastweek business. visitors to Gainesville M.... and Mrs. Harley Starling of I\
self as they stand by their children Neill will opportunity be to hear Dr. Mc- ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Batten and on Monday morning Monday.Mrs. Miami are visiting their son and DISH OA.RDEN3POTTERY b
evening the Baccalaure- who today are constantly faced the week offered throughout at Theressa. Saturday night underwent another major operation Ida M. Gentry, Postmaster, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
for the graduating classgndford with moral and spiritual difficul who have it Is hoped many We are thankful for the much Latest reports were he was left Monday to attend the Florida Jennings) Starling.Dr. MPOTTED

,ervlce high school will be ties. From such parents children Those who not have heard need him will do so. needed rain that fell Sunday night getting along well. Visiting him Branch of the National League of and Mrs. M. Campanella anddau&hter !: PLANTS
bringing thee can feel a surge of Inspiration and to no urging and Monday.Mr. with Mrs Munson on separate District Joan, were business
the pastor return. Postmasters t
( within Makes a Decl- strength realized from Just knowIng and Mrs Earl Goodman of occasions have been. Fred S. Dodd, vention In' State Con visitors to Gainesville Saturday. FLOWERS WIRED r
'Youth Mothers' held
Day will be fittingly Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Durden. Mr. Petersburg
their parents are faithfully Starke were dinner guest of the Mr and Mr. Jesse Moody of '
observed at the services Sunday.BROOKER I and Mrs. C. C. Ttdwell. Mr. and May 1011. :
standing by. A. J, Fender's. and Mrs. Helen
Friday evening.
school meets at 9:45: a.m. : Mrs.. G. E. McIntosh Mrs. H. Ayers left 11 11ANYWHERE
nday '"We Methodists Misses'Owendolyn and Shirley Sr., and R. Thursday for Wright of Stark were visiting Nona St Stark. I
Join other
classes for congregations
and Miami
departments McRae C. Gray, Jr. where she will visit friends Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody recently.
trained of Starke and Brad- were dinner guests of Mr. for .
-/.tatted by eighty some time. ,'
under thevision ford County In the Baccalaureate and Mrs. Jesse Ricks of Starke Friends of Mr. and Mra. Gordon Mrs. Aleene Call ha. resigned I
and officers C. Mann. Jr. service Sunday night at the Starke Sunday. Weest of Miami will be glad to ,.. -- - - .--..._v 1 '
of E. : Baptist church." he said. By Iva Mile Lewis. Misses Joyce and Barbara Jane hear of the continued Improve i- f r ,.
unions gather at p. ment of their. three old.-.
nlng Sunday school begins at 9:45 Thomas had as dinner guests Sunday year >n. ,
church member- :
|for training In Sunday morning.CHURCH Mrs. Ozena McAllister and Mlssess Ruby Dean Geraldine, Billy after an emergency appendectomy I''
D and fellowship. daughter of Gainesville visited Mary Jane and Dorothy Green. all last Saturday night. He I
Invitation to extended OF la the grandson of Mr. T. F. '
-i cordial "JESITS' CHRIST Mrs. Rosa of Hellbronn Springs
In to worship at the First Bap- I OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday after Those of this section and Ht'III I Brown of Hampton. -NOTICE- .

[ church of Starke. The Church of Jesus Christ of noon.Mr.. and Mrs. M. M. Gano of bronn section who attended the L H. Lambert, Washington D. "
Latter Day Saints conduct Sun- Gainesville McRae family reunion at Dade C. arrived Sunday for a visit with 1r 1\\.
were dinner uestsof ,
.Mark's Episcopal day school every Sunday morningat his parents Mr. and :Mrs. R. Memorial Park near Bushnell last Mr. and Mrs. Horace May.
10 o'clock and sacrament ser F. Gano. Sunday were Mr.. and Mrs. H. M. Donald Falrcloth of Gainesville, I 'I
B.D., Vicar vices each Sunday McRae Mr. and Mrs. Robert Southern Sc to StoreIS ,
B. E. !Simmon evening at G. W. Hazen \Is visiting\ his My- spent Saturday with friends here. $1.00
,jiday ft:45 a.m.: Church school 6:30: o'clock In the U. S. O. two sons E. J. Hazen and familyof rick and daughter, Kathy, Mr. and' Mr and Mrs. William Knabb,

classes for all ages, nursery building on N. Temple Ave. The Plant City, and H. S. Hazen Mrs. Owen McRae and sons Har- Sheriff and Mr. Acey Coleman, I '
ugh junior high.unday. public Is cordially Invited to all 1 and family of Center Hill. I ey and Gary Mr.and Mrs. T. N. I 1
services. Norman and Gerald, and
11 a.m.: Holy communand Mr. and Mrs.. H. B. Crosby were son. I
Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva.HAMPTON .
sermon by the vicar. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS guests at the Annual Junior-Sen FREE I. :

Btliers Dav offering of Woman's 10th St. and Temple Ave. ior Banquet of the Bradford High For Prompt FREE Removalof "
diary will be given at this ser- School last Friday night
Sunday! School 9:45: a. m.; MornIng -
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic ) Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Vanlanding- Dead, Crippled & Worth-

e church Is open daily for Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ham and 1and. Mrs. Walter less Cattle, Horses, Mules Business .1 i iI

yer ana-meditation.. velcome. i Stick of here Jacksonville Sunday. visited relatives By Mm. M. C. SweeneySCHOOL & Hogs Going

PARK BAPTIST CHURCH HOPE BAPTIST HOME COMING A large number of people from EXERCISER Call 132, Starke

unday the 11:00: a.m. program This Sunday Mothers Day, will here attended church at New Hope The Baccalaureate Service of WE ALWAYS COME t I 1' ,

I the Air Park Baptist Church also be home coming day at Hope last weekend. Hampton School will be held 1 in This Store Will Be Closed In About Two Weeks I :'
] feature a special Mothers Day I Baptist Church in Theressa.. The Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and I Idaughters the school auditorium Florida Render rs, ''II
on Sunday I.
Ice, and each mother Is rented public is cordially Invited to attend \ Janet and Jane, of
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev. Fred INC. :
by pastor L. O. Heming- I and enjoy the special) program Starke visited Mr. and Mrs! O. W. I

y to bring her whole family f being planned for the day Barry Sunday. S.to Dodd the graduates will deliver, their the families address' All Small Lots & Odd Items Will Be Sold At :

fid make this a great day In Dinner will be served on the Mr.. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis and friend. A beautiful I
tor of our mothers," he said. church grounds at noon. "I. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. arrangement '
of music and
will also
songs I
I I Dave Cook In Fernandina Sunday be presented.On Save Time, Work, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Layfleld Monday, at 8:00: p.m. the i

Attend Services Sunday At The Friendliest Little ChurchIn and relatives children here of Gainesville visited Eighth Grade play, "Marrying and Money! Greatly Reduced Prices
Sunday. Margaret" will be given affording
Bradford County. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. amusement from beginning to end. Pounds Of Your
T. S. Mann and two daughterwere !\ s. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clockthe'
Mrs S. L. Carter of Gaines graduation" exercises of the 9 Laundry Done In
Rev. Malcom Smith,Guest Speaker At All ville. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw of Eighth Grade will be held.
Services. La Crosse Henry Shaw of Plant The Community at large Ui Only It Will I'ay You To Visit This Store & Pick Out Items That You Need.

City, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Shawand cordially Invited to attend all three j
Miss Evelyn Shaw of the Ziff school features. Minutes. It la

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HamptonBob section.Mr. Washed Spotlessly -
and Mrs Eltoh Taylor and 40

Gray, Pastor children of Worthington Springs The series of meetings at the ) Clean-Ready SOUTHERN :
visited her mother, Mrs. Bannle Christian Church In charge of To IrontCents I
Mott Sunday.Mr. Rev. H. E. Steele, of Jackson- ,
Corsages for 3 mothers of distinction in the Morning and Mrs. V. V. Hazen of- villa, will close at the end of the I
week. Rev. J. B. Dixon, of Jacksonville Is AH It I'
Service. Starke and Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ha -
I zen of Gainesville attended churchat ))) has also assisted withthe
I'I New Hope Sunday.Mr. services. Others visiting and 40 Costs! Try Our 5c To $1. 0 Store

\\'I and Mrs. Mel Vlckey and taking part were, Frank C. Huston Service Soon! :
children of Gainesville visited Mr. veteran choir master and hymnstrate

Rev. Lewis D. Ilainea, Pastor and Mrs. Earl Green and children 1..I

I Sunday. ning corn.the newer The club method issues of a spec can The Washeteria STARKE, FLORIDA j ;
Mrs. Mary Green has been spendIng
FIRST BAPTIST StarkeJefferson
CHURCH ial Invitation to all Interested to
a few days at the home of her
attend. Mr. Galney vicepresident
sister Mrs. Olin Hale of
Dukes. .
25 Avenue
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town states this meeting will takethe Temple '
We are sorry( that Mrs G. A.
PHONES Office 234 Pastorlum 130 place of the meeting in June. ;
: > ilMfffff
Gay Is a patient in Alachua County I.
hospital Gainesville. We wish

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 P. M. her. a speedy recovery.'

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:45 P.M. Mr. and Mr" T. W Markey visIted Iq.I L La

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Markey, THRillS PER MILE. .
Jr. of Waycross Ga. last weekend
or Mrs T, W. Markey and Mrs. _
11 A.M.: "Believe God" John Cone were. In Gainesville MOfff MilES PER GALLON! '

Baccalaureate Sermon 5 P.M.: shopping Tuesday afternoon. ? :

"Youth Makes a Decision"A Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green and .

Mrs. Wilson Green were In Gainesville : : .-. d.
on business Monday afternoon. I'
Friendly Invitation From A Mrs. N. C. Mott visited her sister ,
Mrs. Grover Moore of Starke last
Friendly Church /* Extended To AllOVCRIOADIN0 week. lAKE DATE WITH .

I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters of
Dundee are spending a few days '
here. with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. !

f use;,cos.ars irsEoxrHwa} : TEll Davis. .and and children.Mr. Mrs. .R. D. Davis of 8"/
"MCKfT ;
.' ," Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A
LDONrfidllA'LLM'; .,.{, Lg6r : > "
I'r; "
"r ..... the' .........Moo,.,........rytwdJs fun "fah' owe G. W. Davis and Eddie Castlen j 4
,, ..ohrl.JDbreeve.; ) .A. do..f ...;pl.'''' 'e --' were In Lake Butler. and Starkeon ? :

.............,....!. "La business Saturday. n
Mr.. and Mrs.. R. R. Carlton were
O :
1.bbA 4erjaelase.ii!< :often! tart In Starke on business Friday.Mr. .

l1r sr o.gha.u b.'r'gyW1 e/' and Mrs. L. B. Crosby of

.',...,... Greensboro visited relatives here I
recently.Mr .

Tit:font note* h.....li*. rh* Mr:-t and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas /
and children of La Crosse vlnlter
booot operate. ".tt., wton *
,rt Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday
.$TANDINOUPS" : 4. afternoon.

'Ori, e Ibtniut ii h.'" see hwlns Lie"' Neil Dyal of Lake Wales Is visiting -
friends here this week.
."'!..* *.'. "..t .IItIl.' til* .*!mlt ?. s
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes had
.id!aa'flaos' ,.H''' f o..0,11.( .,ort It"..' as their guests Sunday. Mr. and

SHOWING Mrs. A Sweat and family of Jack- .

J / .Tar,ten..howl OFF.fwi.*"eot'"*'J> ., .o p sonville.The Baptist W.M.S. held a Study .Th:7: 11 11n

!u.eeen N yarwd a trff) Course, April 27, at the Community -
COMMON.SEHSi'Afl.O T.. {l.r Center covering the book titled I ______
"God's Hurry" by Dr. Duke Mc- .

Call. Mrs. Cecil Rathe], Field DIrector
'D de. ;4 He,:& /.. from Jacksonville was In I,!
A number of ladles
.. charge. '
.- ". .. .. .. CeXUAi" MOTCM VALUIoiffsaojjif i'
; ; '. :
', here and Dedan attended.We .
are sorry to lose such very "Racket" MH.* are Mtr d. MIUsI Drive* delivers ell this wonderful .power In one 14 :
O 4or UTlOAIO.....M or foI ....or other Nfa.aeoe: to.-:l *comm .:... alloal-. good neighbors and friends as thE e You'll discover this when you take the wheelof smooth surge. Discover how mach you pave V!

$ ATINO ClUi Of AMHdCA 307 H. "MdilB" .n Aw, O koeo I, IUinoi. C. Longs. We hope that they the "Rocket g8"-Oldmahik'.etinn star when you drive the "Rocket 'M amazing '

will be happy In their. new home at of the highway t Phone us today Find out lint flU economy of a leave AJpwnmp""Z.gi; _
Raiford. Find out Also aMoreerPric.o/rM"Rnckee88"( in 1)50bowOI.Lomohae'uew1lhirl.w.yUyd&fstic t I I
NATIONAL OUTBOARD Will bawl shout "Rocket" prrformsncet .
Mr. anj Mrs. J. J. Nipper of Make your date with a "Rocket 8" -todsytPHONC !

May 1 $ thru 27SMITH'S Ocala were. dinner guests of Mr. '
and Mrs. J. If. Sowell Sunday.The YOUR NLARtST' 0 L D S M 0 a I DIAtBR

Brooker Home Demonstra
tion-club will hold Its regular Court and Call Streets

GARAGE monthly meeting next Wednesday, T d Chevrolet I C Starke Florida

T Authorized Evinrude Dealer May community 17th. at center.2:00: o'clock An order at the for oro e Phone 111

elnp & loth sts. Ph. 120-J Starke, Fla. aluminum trays will be made and





MAY 12 1950


a beautiful fairy. were Misses Ann Walrath Mar. Christian ChurchThe and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs ma V. Thomas N.f ,*inspectors.Preriers 8..>*tli .ttmrkr Said Having Etatl Claim or Demand Against the hall Ixe.in of WP 1

ilyn RuHhton, Ann Vance Donna H, C. Kelly. She left last Friday 8 K. sparks Clerk: Harold Orlf- You and each of you are hereby tic. addrea* r.r ldRnt'r io
The pageant moved swiftly along flu, Mm.. A, h. Crosby; and Adolph hall b,
Keystone Heights Lou Hearst for her home accompanied by her notified and required to resent any be aworiTnt "
!! Panghorn Nancy of
First Christian church ,
with a fairy queen summoning Uay Inspector claims and demand which )you or.llh.r or .1.
rosebuds, bunnies, daffodils, Doris Slprelle, Betty Rowland and Starke reports the largest attend mother, Mrs Margaret Kelly. Prrvlnrt %o. 4 Orakam of you may have against theestate claim attorn" 1st.
W. Roberts Carl' Clerk. Flake Pi Watnon, of J. B. Alexander, deceased or demai.o., .
and O. Jones ;
Mr. Errs
lUiv. n. K. Stnimona, B.D., VicarrOLORFTI brownies, fairies wooden soldiersetc. Ann Haley. ance In the past seven months H. M. Wadtn.. and J. L. Morgan, inspector. late. of said County, la the County be void 1: 1t
As each group paradAd across Other principals In the caste present for "Roll Call Day" In Its were visiting relatives In Deland ''juria-e of Bradford County Florida, Ada P. Ale,,
...... at his bfflc In the courthouse of trator
Sunday. II
MAV FESTIVALLast I the scene the story of th were: Fairy Qu<*en. Linda Walker; Bible school last Sunday.Mr Smith Bt Morac MilCl'nrk.; Ira Iampl"u. Maid.. County at Htarka, Florida, of the I.n.tV'I the K: '
Saturday afternoon found I pageant was narrated over a public Lost Child: Kay Walrath; Crown and Mrs. Norman Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. R. U B. Watterson, and T. L. ,I within eight calendar month from J. 8. AI""anet AeMi
Jacksonville spent Sunday here the time of the firm publication of First .
awarded the for being Inspectors puhucalr
address system by Mrs Ralph Bearer Carol Baker Blue Bird! were lin
Kach claim demand
; thla notlca. or 6.11It\
the town park converted Into a and ThrrenxnV. 8-a
Mr. H
guests of his parents. Prrclnr No. -
I'I Thomas. After all had appeared Margaret Janes; Prince Charming the youngest parents present as P. burden Clerk. : A. H. Kelsey i
fairyland for the May Festival and were seated In a semi-circle, Joyce Brown; Page Boys, Veazy while Mr and Mrs J. A. S. McKinney Mrs J. J. Smith. Walter C. Lopr and Clyd Hall, In-I .- 9' '. -- -- ..:
ataged by the Keystone Heights I I and Mr. and Mrs Cecil Miss Barbara Moore of Jacksonville MpectorM. "
the .
fairy queen awakened a sleep Walker and Ralph Thomas II.Nll.'ER Prrclm-t \e. T M.i.r the.R. .
Community Church Sunday School. Ing prince to greet the real queen. Douglas tied and received prizesfor was the weekend guest ot K. Andrew, Clerk. K IKelly. | CUT
her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. f. I. Tumllnson.. and C..rl1.111./ ,
families In s
The I having the largest yruie
uniting was beautifully arranged The pageant one ot Keystone I TEA Inep..or" U DR
for the pageant which was Heights' most colorful functions, The Women's Slub held a alive attendance. Moore. Prertart Ne lit Nrooker RATEFREE
Mr and Mrs. Earl Moncley' and 'I..rkIlh..rt(/ any,
baaed upon the dream of a lost was witnessed by a large group of I tea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. During: the evening service Sun- Mrs Cllf- Lloyd Howard Padgott Mott, and Lloyd; L-urry. In-
child. The little one was guided I local people and visitors It was Albert Nelson Tuesday afternoon., day night Mr. and Mrs. Clyde children and Mr. and .

to safety by a blue bird which under tho direction of Mrs. ROMS I The spacious lawn along the shore Colsnn were presented a mementoby ford Johns were visiting In San- ppectorwM Hoard. O of County HARRKI.L.Ot>ininlHlon'Chairman.ar*, DELIVERY-Phone 53 -FREE '.
ford last weekend.Mr. -
placed a "foverlet of leaves over I Reynolds The Queen Miss of Lake Oeneva, with Its back being the longest married Attest: A. J. THOMAS Clerk. DElj i
her The child Bar-I I made and Mrs. Roy Tomllnson of (Official Seal> tIn "
weary finally fell bara Chrlstoffers was ground of spring flowers, couple present.The .
asleep and In her dreams became popular vote. Her attendants a lovely Betting. A large crowd awards were part of the New River visited the H. C. Kel- the inert of the ('OI..t,. Jil.l.e.Bradford We are never undersold as we meet all J I
I lys Wednesday of last week. t'uu.l7. Florida, In Prv-
attended and lingered until near Christian church's special observance Used in Starke
Mrs Mae Wells Lawtey's efficient prices
sunset to enjoy the beautiful view of "Christian Home and I !/n"re: Estate of J. B. Alexander,
the D.r': :
and postmaster is attending
and the hospitality of Mr Family Week" which comes to a oaoAll and Persons
ler'lt convention In St. T Creditor1 BOTTLE of 50CAROiD
Nelson. Mrs Bert ChrUtof I
Mrs. close this Mothers
Sunday Day.
sleet'TN[ ? fern was chairman and was assisted During the Sunday morning service 1 Petersburg this week. & BILE SALTS .
Mrs. The Lawtey softball team :won THANKS FOREVERYTHING
by Mrs. Seth Kennedy
aVER gifts will be presented to the
I Albert Nelson, and Mrs. Sarah two games in Starke. Saturday REGULAR W1.25: / EVENING IN PARIS
daughter/ Judged most closely resembling -

MacDonald. her mother and to the night.Mra. Jack Crawford returnedto TALC & COLOGNE .

The new homes of Mr and Mrs son favoring his father to the her home west of Lawtey Saturday !
Al Watson and Miss Gladys Tlllls greatest extent. During the evening from JaoksonvLJle. Mr. REGULAR $1.25 SIZEHADACOL

on Lakevlew Drive are nearing worship Sunday an award Crawford has been a patient of .
will be made to>> the family journeyIng several S
completion Riverside Hospital days. ,
farthereat to attend the service
Robert Spencer recently under- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frevatt Jr., 60o SIZE
went an operation at St. Vincent's The Rev. Homer Swlndall Minis. and two daughters.of Tampa, are BLACK DRAUGHT SYRUP
In Jacksonville. ter of the church, announCes services .
Hospital guests of Mr. Prevatt's parents
The real estate firm of Wal- during the coming week as Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevail, Sr. Hit SIZE FITCHDandruff I
110 down follows:
rath A Walrath which has served Mr. Prevatt la being' transferred to )
Sunday 10 a.m. Bible school Remover Shampoo
oNL? the public for many years has the Stale Forestry Service in 0- I
Sunday 11 a.m.; Morning woe
sold Its business to S. E. McKay ,
ship. Sermon topic "God Gave cala.Mrs. $1
who has been an active associate Us Mothers.v Will Edwards, Mrs. Joyce SIZE,1--,1

FREE MONT nr roll vuu for'several years. Sunday 7 p.m.; Christian En- Futch Miss Ada Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cable have Miss Julia Futch attended the
llrhullt br with*."A>... moved Into the home formerly 8 Mothers spring recital of music teachers i'I
BUTTON-HOLER Sunday p.m.; Special
I"'P'N owned by Mrs. Anna James. Day program. in Gainesville' Sunday afternoon. Values ForMother's D

This Week Only Attendance at the Keystone Wednesday 8 p.m.: Prayer meet Miss Mary Julia Futch and Miss
Heights Rotary Club for April Ada Edwards played In the recital.

was 95.7 with two 100 percent ing.Friday 3:3,0 p.m.: Children's This program was part of the $1 To $5 Values i
National Music Week.

t t recently John FredrIckson'visited' his of family New York In hour. home The to Leung Ellzabelhlown Kuev family New returned Jer- Now Priced 50c To $1 !

ACMEACME Keystone Heights. sey. las( Wednesday after spending Come in and look at our bargain counter of )l
Little Jane McMurtry has fully LAWTEY !several weeks at Its farm east ofLawtey Day gifts!
recovered from Injuries sustained
where It was engaged in
when she automobile
was by an -
412 West Forayth Street, Jacksonville, FloridaI L. II. Patch growing winter truck crops. With all the gratitude of PLENTY .FRESH

The ninth grade of Lawtey jun. my heart I want to sincerely Whitman's & Hollingsworth's

woulil like s free home demonstration of a beautiful rebuilt McGriff Is Dealer Registration for high school presented a playIn thank the good people of FlorIda -
the auditorium
The "Spring Round-Up" for Tuesday eve-
for the wonderful vote CANDIESPer
Singer Portable Sewing Machine complete for ,%'.50. For GMC TrucksO. Lawtey junior high school will\ beheld ning. The characters performed -
In the first primary
May 18. All children who their parts well and the ninth they gave me

Name _. .._. __..?_________....____________,.___?.__ J. McGriff Starke's Pontiac will begin school for the first time graders are to be congratulated. in my race for re-elec-
and General Electric Appliance with the 19 Ol term are asked Prof. A. A. Cook directed the play ion as a member of the Florida 80c To $5 Box

Address! _______________________________-___ Dealer this week announced his to attend on that day to be registered and Grady Varnls. one of the Railroad and Public Utilities -

City _.__________________ StateIP ________________ appointment as GMC Truck Parents are requested to members of the class acted as Commission. You gave me
dealer for this section. His displayof please send birth certificates with master of ceremonies. more than 225,000 votes There
the latest GMC Truck models' the children. I than t:
nearly 100,000 more my ,
shares the floor at his Pontiac 11 those used by our registered
showrooms located on the cornerof Methodist ProgramThe Complete. pholopmpfilc service nearest opponent and we '\ experiencedpharmacists in
- - --- Temple Avenue and Pratt choir and men's chorus of Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop. lead in all but four counties .

Street. the Wesley Foundation and the New location, : Opposite Fla. The I want to thank you for that C prescriptions. Phone 53, or i t

His dealership Includes parts diversity Methodist church of atre. U support and urge you to go to :' -% instant prescription service at t

( -Ii and repairing of GMC Trucks.At Gainesville presented a programat the polls again on May 23rd .t- \. prices. Free delivery.K' .
Lawtey Methodist church
the present time he has four In Circuit Cttmrt. lirafor4 co..t,.. and give me a second termIn
trucks on display In the pickupand Sunday. Mrs. Floyd Northrop was 1''lorldar In t annevrr.Janper the office that I have worked -
i U Kranko,
director, Mrs. Robert Jameson Plaintiff va Sarah
1 1-2-ton class.W. Tucker Kranke Defendant. hard to fill in the Interest -
pianist, and AI Brock led the devotional so
GENERAL Can No. 7587. -
ELECTRICREFRIGERATOR and presided. Order .r Publication And Notlv T. of all the people.
"' ....-... BTATK OF K1. HI1>' TO. m DRUG S OR

C. T. U. r Miss Enza Blanchard :was visit dente Sarah! Tucker U Kvlna-ton Krank, Virginia, whose: reol- : Thanks For Everything! 0 C H
--- - --
ing relatives in Melrose Sunday You are required to appear on
TIlE BKST: WAY TO GET ALONO afternoon. June 13, 19SD. In the above named
WITH LIQUOR IS TOGET Court and caUBO wherein plaintiff
ALONG WITHOUT IT. '! Mrs. A. P. Hallman of Chattanooga seeks dlvnrce.shall. Dubllnh Bradford thl County. Order Tel.elJraph In WILBUR\ C. KINGPaid Prescription i

Tenn., several
(FLORIDA GOOD NEWS.) days next four weekly lnueaf.
here last week with her brother Witness. my hand and official, Real
Political Adr.
at Htarke Florida thl* May e. 1960. ( )
CI"rkof i1ald -Co.rt.:1; :|

Your BABY'S Very Own SHOES I Atty By Haven for Plf.Crosby, Deputy 6-13 4t Clerk tiIn

Clrwlt r..nr... Bradford County..
I Florida I In faanrrrr.. 492'9
Muyola Borden Campen.. Plaintiff
v*. Joseph O. fampen Jr.., Defendant .
Cam No. 788*.
Order of Pnfellcatlon And Katie TaAppear. .
*' 60 piecesl I Everything stands Joseph O Camp, Jr., whose reeldene I
I. Edenton North Carolina: .
You are required to appear on
June It, I 1880, In the above named RETURN t TO THE
moves, or does tricksl Ask Motheror e1Kd Court seeks divorce.and ratine Bradford wherein County plaintiff Telegraph -

in publish Order

Dad to get yours today. Your beby .*., awa lho. tour mot hmhd pottuioni0rtlv next Witness four my.weekly hand Innue and official. seal. J. P. STATEROBERTS

bronitd *...*...;..., ...r, c..*.* sea rip I t.. cMdKood a> Stark, Florida thl* May 8, 1950.iYf'FICIAL ..
( rlR3AL) A. J. Thomas
.....u.* Mat will; |II.[ I,...., A* Clerk of uld Court. ,
CNOOII MOM OUt IflfCriON Of MOUNTINGS Ally, for Plf. l-li 4t e.3ata.a.er.

OOKIN01 ASHTRAYS PHOTOM AM f S ; A Clerk.. PrlearyICleetle. .

0. .......t. b.s.e M .....N e.Y,. .. .sly ..._ e.d ..ally .
......d TIM* mn a ._..,...... s. 11-.., W e.saiy of At a meeting D. held on the l.t dav
May. A 1480 the Board of .
County Commissioners of Bradford
Hollywood Jewelers 105 W. Call St. :lowln County: ttlerks Florida and, appointed Inspectors the for fol the

Primary Election to he held on the
23rd day of May A.D. 1950.Prerlnct .
I N... 1 .......y
H. C. Kelly Clerk. ; H. C. Wain- 3'L-

4r II II IlEa !:.] ;1 I iit1IJ aa vrlshtr Prcclact.M.. Norman Brown Andrew N.Clerk a Invpoctor WllkerHon._ ;N.T....H..stacksH'L. William and 811-,

W. T. Crosby F M. Norman Mr
I i ie ir J. A. McInlyre, Jr, and Mr*. Thel- Honest O Capable Experienced Courteous Successful|

-> Dedicated To Community Service -
( "Mmles' art better than ever!"
i A. 0tj Pays All Kinds Medi
Bradford County needs now than experienced
more ever an
SATURDAY !MAY 13 Only Tues. & Wed.. May 16 & 17
cal Bills No
r DOUBLE (FEATURE Excep- in the the legis
s tions! legislature. The problems which will confront

//yi01 ITE HALE Estate Life lag Co. now. writes ture the next two years require the services of a man of matu

Hospital Policies covering all

sickness and dtaeium known tomedical and sound judgement, a man of experience.J. .

1 Wk.s.1oly science and every type accidental

: l .Jur--no exceptions.

= W..Niw.I YOU, too. may be able to rt P. ROBERTS has worked with the members of the legislate!
e one. Inquire today.
and has their respect and confidence. In these critical times

tovur Paul Raymond, Agent need our capable, experienced and able J. P. ROBERTS as
Box 95

to ERSpN 'I' - representative. He will serve every section of our county totrj

- -
best interests of all its people. ,

Imagine Kiddies! All Yours! I

.-rmtuxs WELDING He is a married man and head of a family, successful busin

Gay Clowns! Strange FresJut Trapeze ArtutsI Wild Anl- r KWMSijErW" L t man, a tax payer, and property owner. He is an able and trust
male In CsgesI Big Side Show I G-B Refrigerator that -- lip.n 'I
Plus Chap. S "Ghost of Zurro""Jerry's L W'I member of the legislature. The of Bradford Count
Climbs a String! A Refrigerator that Actually Walks! people
All with a Big-top Tenttvf JOHN um-wuua faro c # should re-elect this taxpayer to the legislature.This .

Sun. & Mon.. May 14 & 15 -
act ..tl o.r. supply .< iraiiM I. Il.lt. ...... ---------.-------asI WINDSOR ..I LM'ltIyT!!! :UI'f.Imes

I I. TIE IIIST ElClTlUi! And Latest World New, AUo We offer th. people of Starke is no time to swap experience for Inexperience nor to strap "*

G. J. McGriff I} niH IB COME OBI O1l; "Golden Transvaal" Short and vicinity one of the most ture judgement for immature judgement.

, illllTIOOQ. THIS IUB.I .* s I modern and finest equipped

Starke Fla. IIS K.: Call St. Phone 229 I _oft._ ; Thurs. & Fri., May 13 & IS weidJni shopi anywhere.All ,

............ 0.-... .I I.I to m ojttfjMOOUCTIOM N( YuTHEFlus 1 NO MAN Work Guaranteed Let's Re-elect Able,. Mature, Experienced, Taxpayfl


1 .- ___ _._,_ ..-- Laleat News A: "Bojrouad Civ lies 'boo A...." Short *: "U tor't. Temple A.... Starke (Pol Ad". Paid for br FrUnd of J P. Rnbrl>

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.. _-__------_____ -.-----.------ -- BRADRD COUNTY TE1.ZGIL4P.; 8T"ItKr. PfI0Rm
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:\ Lakeside sub-division In sec. 22: -...,........-.. ...-.r-...... ."
Transfers twp. 8 S, range 22 B. quarter of sec 29. twp. 8 S. lona Bench. Florida. t tI
nd NEV. 8
r AF.
range 22 E. Ie. A II I It at
Atty H.HMott
nil'. Florence Plf 4.18u 1.11 I B\4I of SBt4 of SW'4 w J
of McKinney and W 11I1
d 1n4 B Dowllnjf John Mr. and Mrs. I.t It or W\4I of

n"r : r and )Irs. CBW. Batten 'of Ward of Bradford and Alachua of Joseph F Splichal CALL FOR MID !I1E'4 01: 1'1 1111 a.1 n..if ofitMlOOEzAinSlltCnr \
',? Cook County. Notice I I. &Bxt Lot ;
Ill.. to J. hereby Riven that the .
I ke to block 2in County to W. H. Eddy of Alachua R. Bel- Hoard E\4I of NW'4 IT 1 10 It II. E. Stokes 100 ft Sq In NE
and S of of of County Coanml.iloner$ of ..n Cur It I II IT 5. E. Simmons. It al au... !
.". k', Loti' aub-dlvlalon County. E 1.:: of the SB quarter S4 2afJr'- Bradford County. Bradford County Florida, will r*- E\4I ot NE'4 of NE II I It III W. T. lr.nn..n .n 7. :.

vo"Unr park of the SE quarter of of the NE quarter of the SE celve ealed bide at the County NW'4 of NW'i II I It .1) W. T. IIr.n..n 1.11 B.0 I. RWM .C CR14 .fIr '1CM o1t W4" ., OEM\ .r alll\4\
aed. 29
Court House at S rA
quarter of In wtark. Florida 8W'4
Starkl.urlll *ec. 16. anMl ( 8W'4 II I II
40 W.
of 7 S, 21 B. twp. 6 S. range 10( '00 A M. o'clock E. 8oop '.n
cltt range on Monday !
22 All Ill'' hot 1
E. of nr Rile II
of BradfOrd Jun. *. < AW" 8 of Marie
1950. for Dukes 4 2'
", M1tchell the furnlehlne of
, S. E' V.Brunt Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lehto of all labor and material and for the Pr"nl'b & SE 14 ofSW t.oi : of P1k' 1/ hall 42 .
Mn J.
S. :
I I and Hilton of Lot of It'iit mso: : :
)lr. Starke to Mr. Bradford erection of a 4 !
T. to %
and Mrs. Norman County county Jail bulletin to 21 8 It
80 Ito I. I .f
I W. Blk 14
d... nty county.mwwt to b. F" Batop IS' j
Monmouth Walter erected at Starke NJi: 1.onnl. Flo..ra al
O. Duckworth Bradford Coun- (If : If I 11 S
ot W. of NEM 40 Lot 4 of BUt ;
I., Dowdy of Starke. Track of Law- ty. Florida NW. W. JI:, Ssp > III IS It M.b.1
II m the a 25 tey. Lot 88 under the provision of, of '4 as I It .0 W. B. 8'1'1 Bryant 4.n 4
In > 11I.40
Halt of land in the NE cor. of the NE' Woodlawn sec. Section mot and 12601 Florida tI Mi of l' of NEIL (lebs5s.e. Sub-Ui.. II. la .. i
;Tm. the NB quarter quarter of the NW 13. twp. 5 S, range 22E. Statute and Resolution No. lot, 1'c t in NW 4.'or. It:
.. of the E Ihau quarter oeec. Emma adopted by said Board. and accord. Church I I It III lioseic. Lot 1 of BIle 1 .
and O. O.rrl.on 11.11A
quartt'r 6 twp. 6 S Harvey of San Fran. Inoc to plan and peclflcatlona. W4 of '' A. H. FToIlsy II?
NI!: range 22 E. now : 'trof'f'LW14 t S 11 ao Itobt. Vandn.er 11I..0ot Lot 8 of But I
of the NE Cisco. on file In the Aaron Kolisy IS?
quarter Calif., to J C. office of A. Thoma tt in ( NEtS Lot. of Blk a
till NW The Cavalry Baptist Mission Freita! of Clerk of circuit. Court ;.{Bradford S"4" N tof Rei I I 11 T.ot I Nol''* Harden a IT !
of ieC 16 twP.6S, range of Oakland. Calif. Lot 22 In see. County. Florida and ex offIclo Clerk SWI., nt NF'o: 11' It I Jull.. Fryer 1 II Lot Tosmt: II 3. .1. Oros, ?
J Lawtey Fla. U
to 40 J. A. Grav.
the 11.'. i\
R Faith
of Weal.
ald William
RI 17. twp. /3 S. range 22 E Board. at Ih. County Court S A In 'W ('or nr NW4 Lot of 141k I 3 ? ?
&: of Baptist Church of Lawtey. The Blanche M. Hnu* In Htarke: Florida. Such plan '"f !OW'. A flW'4 of Colil : NW ('or of -lie Stephen Digys a,3'1 f

and )Irs. Errol Alvarez West 75 ft. of lot 8 of block 4 Wainwrlght of Leon and Hpeclfiratlon. are available I to NW14 Fx: a A In NN I N" nf R a FI: 6< run !
I r. and Mra.'Charles County. Fla.. to Mr and Mrs. J. bidder at the office of ald Clerk f.M Shoo1 A Ra I A 14* eo ft for 1'1 nf h".. "1
k' to )fr. In the town of Lawtey.Mr. R. and also at the office of Ja.. Camp i Campanella .. 14 .
StarKe. Track of land Wainwright of Starke Lota bell Roarer II, Architect of Winter A 5W14 of SW'. *6 7 Campcneli& $93 50 ;twr':50. ti N OSf: ft ; .

: DEL Jy ot of the SE quarter and Mrs. Wilburt H. Earlyof 4, 5 and 6 of block E. of Jones Park Florida Financial detail ",.t.I f icVtI 30 1 il U ;. L.. Casey: 1513 10 pt of b'lIr. II. U Ella L. Zll.reon "
h. NE cor Santa Rosa County Addition to are available at the office of said B! 3.4 nf S\1\ "t "SF.t' A One Lot aa deerr 3 In .11 "'
In sec. 29, twp. Florida. Starke and lots 1, 2. Clerk.A Ail WL4 nf Deed Rk : ,"
U. Pe 11011
.'e SE quarter to Nancy Starling of 3 and 4 certified check $ atfll.W"Iv" I 1 II I II Horace Calbert 4.n '
E.r. ; Lawtey. of block 1 of Highway or bid bond In I. N of ftO ft iii A W by 1 i'f.P.r..1
t all J rang" 22 The S H of the SW quarter of Addition to Starke. the the amount of five (5) per cent of 30 7 II 11 S. C.mpanell''" n.' 1011 It N 6< N In NR
amount of th. Nlt .
N. H. Tyson of bid moat accorn- .f SEti. E1I 10 A. CorofWt4offJBof
'and Mrs. the SE quarter of 24 Mr. and Mrs. pany all bid for the of In NP ..nr. ,
sec. ilW"
twp. William F. Booth purpose 31t T II' 311 A. ("mp"n..lla 100, or AWjoi U. II
a&m 0uutY. Pta. to Mr. and 5 S, range 22 B. of Starke to Mr. and Mrs. check good faith will: all be unuccefui bidder' N4 Lot.of.N "t otNf4n. 1 11 10 8. Cainpanella .... 8 I A of E\40 of NE'4 1 W. V. 111II4..on .11 .
H of Bradford Arthur returned! promptly I 5. 6. nf $W4 or $ U'
p.rnell Tyson Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cobb of H. Ball. Jr.. of Stratford Conn. the ucceaful bidder'. check will be 11. 37. U. 3" .". .1. NW" of re", 'nf 1'0.1"' : II 't I A. R. Randolph 4.3*
w 1-2 of the SW quftr Track of retained until a contract I I. entered U. 41. U. 44. .". SC. P4E% of ?llt' N 25 ftof a\ U M. J. }irfl.by III." ,
ty. of 'eo 28 Belle Glade Fla., to Mr. and Mrs. land'In the NE cor. of Into and performance bond furnl.h 53. ft!. 53. 54. LII. ft.. NWM 4"fE 141C'.4' of '

tutNW quarter> J. T. Land of Starke. The SVi of the SE quarter of the SW quarter -..d: th. Poard reserves the rl.ht to ii J"d'in'O: ". n. u. A ita, 15 tI 10'1' t1 t'NIO

IT a, range 22 E'Ld. the NW of gee. 3, Ject any and all bid. and to waive \ ,; III 5 .2 304 Ih 1.. IIh..d"n TI 84 In NW ('or of NJr.'i
twp. 6
quarter of the NE quarterof S. range 22 E. informatlties. WL4 nr NI.:". of nr '
of Starke to : SBII II II at III H. 1". Wlnt 8 e. Nit: of Nil:." .
Hankersoa ec.. 28, twp. 7 S range 22 E. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Milligan of This notice t* to be published In 1.0" 30. U Wondl.wn II II II 10 fh I.. R"oden 56. W III ft of N8y. m.'I VI
De Sue of Starke. Allblock Jacksonville elffht cnnftecutlve weekly 'sauce of Lot 'C. Won"I..n It I aa 10 T. lor Sh.a. .99 NI'4' 54 I II II Eddie ,
Mr. and Mrs. to W. Ffartmant !
end F. W. Budington A. Bessent of Bradford County Telegraph. a week All that portIon cf Lot I W IS A of NE", of n.ft
8 of Livingston. Trubympanyt of Clay County Fla. Starke. Half Interest ly newspaper published In ft8 W of Rd. 11 I II 1 'I' III. IOIh NW" t 1i1
to Mr. and In Lots 7. Starke .r. I II n I II II I. r. Keller .
A't ..
sulM vi.ion ton :Mrs. 8 and 9 of block Florida, next preceding Jun. I, '. U. In Wnndl.n It I U 10 Florence W. Laputka 404 Coot I liB ft S or NlC Cor ., '
() Lloyd 3. Green 2 In N I \
of Starke. Highway 1950 ft. nf rot If A of dRM of NII4 A :, .
ke |ft sec. 28. twp. 6 S. Lot 12 of block 12 of Temple's Addition to Starke. Hoard of Coanrr Comml.Hloner elI Tnt 13 W of Ry run W tie ft It lOB" '

Mrs. Maude of Bradford County, Florida. Wood t..."'n 13 S 13 4 Arch D. loreC.rtn.r SOS ft B 110 rt 101 105 ft \'(
e225. Addition to Starke In eec: 28, twp. I Munds of Brooklyn, M o HARKRL.h, Chairman, I.ote 5. 4. 7'a'4. 0.1': Il. to b'rr. II I II :r. r. t
and Mrs. Levy A. Canova 8 B. range 22 E. New York to J. B. Rowe of Starke. ATTEST: A. J. Thoma, Clerk is. oi. : ,in Com at NIQ for of 81C" Keller A.t. 34$ ,

r. Mr. and Lots 48 and ,SKAI: > *'14 *' *.* Woodl..n 11 1 II 110 I.. L. IIhodRn 11.41 of Nil!" A run 8 lOS
.dford County to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fancher of 57 of Woodlawn. aec. ____ I"';. St. $3. *7. 26. 21. ft W 1/0 ft for pt "f I

t, Edward Burns of Starke.k Starke to Charles Hardy of Starke. 11. twp. 5 S. range 22 E. .t flHCl'lT COI NT. mtADPOMD lit Woodlawn; II I U to C. L. Jhne. lOll b.rr t"'nn. run W 210 I
r NTr, PLORlDAl 11 CHAN.Ella' In', I. I. a. 14. 111. 18. ft 8 105 ft to 515. ft .
4.of Xtavernment lot 3. Track of land in the B:% of the I and MVa- -- -.. -fin.nI-,- _V. o_.r 8._. U._. (.JRT. 11, n. 4 W\40 of tAt N In ft to b..... II' II 1r.: P.1Cell... '
Bradford K. II A all Ln.. u. 40" WI nf NE Aat.4 II." .
County to Mr. and Mr. Aaplnwall. Plaintiff' v*. % nf )l9i4, 01 I '
NOTICE Thomas John Herman. Aaplnwall Defendant. 4! 50. 54. In Wood.lawn F.tI\ Ex B' 51 ft II I aa: I
L. Sapp of Starke. W 12 Case No. 1151.ORDER ; Is. s It UI L.' 1. I\IIod.n $361 W 00 It Of N lOft ft nf Victor Thoqae. e. al.. flU

Lilc. Acres of the Nl-2 of the SE Of PUPLICATION Lots 35' U. In Wood.tswn II' 1'1\41 of NW\4\ nf $PiM! .
that the
Is n'"by given following--deticr land will be oM, I quarter ANn NOTICE TO s It to L. L. Rl1od. '.U nf NE" Jr.x W .11 ft II I n .
of the APPEAR ..
Chile auction on the trd day of June, ItSo. at It o'clock noon at the SW quarter of sec. 23, "STATE' OF FLORIDA I.o' II. n. n, 113. 3.. Corn .t HW Cor nf N4 lCu. 1ont. ...t

Hull In Starke. Fla.iorethr to p." the amount due for U41! t.".... herein: twp. 6 S, range 22 E. Herman Aaplnwall. who..to realdenoeand : John 35. ra.i :: *6' { NM, :IIIr\.oooN: run
to the name, with all co.t. of : & .
ilte of such .al. and advertl.. Mr. and addrea I I.: Unknown. all Lota ft 100 ', ,
Mr.. W. B. .0. U. U. \ It W "
Bryan of You are 45. .1.51. n. 11I0 ft N $6 I U
required to on I I. W S..lt"
appear '.11
5S, .
Bradford 37 Ii. inWnodlawn !.
II. T. II. ... County to Miss Garnlta May II. 1950. In the above named : U. .
0. _
01.11. IT 1 II US L. L. IIho"en 0.1./.1 T_. ci .
Taie*I Hutto Court and cause, wherein 44 III. I SM
si UI I NerWeT. T.w. .( Sta.k* of Starke. W SO feet of .e.k. divorce. plaintiff Lots n. u. 41. .2. 45. .. t
at' BIll. 11. Io.! I!:. Bill CarantiaaJ. lots 1 Bradford County 50. ftI. 5$. U. 54. Lois. I A I of Rlk
115. II
I and
of .
? ? lo.n11a. I I block 24 of the Telearaph hall publish this Order .. Lots of .. ... W. T, lIare""lt, 111.01 ,
03. But
Ft. Bc:
In next four weekly lanue. :1t. 0'CI,8t"I'h lj' '
original town of Starke. 54.: ,, l in the Ii ft. .
..... 5tark. "...... SIt Wltne my hand and official aeal. On. 4. Carl Rltola 77.0$
Woodlawn r.ot ('om f
Mr. and Mrs. at II I U US L. 1.. Rhod.n 4416 II ft a In ..
S. SI.rke. 4 ,
NID M. Mott 01 Florida this April to '1) 1
S 1950. WM of Lot 13 A I'Jor : of NW r o, of Lot 3 1Wil \
Vi' of **iN i\ Brooker to Mr. and Mrs. Henry I.ot. .0. A 8t A NM 10 A run S II ft : ), /' I:

0 W 110 Ft. S *105II Hodge of Brooker. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A..r. Thoma, of Lot n I. Wood. B: II t.. ft N 41 ft .:,"
1 : Ito P't.: 105 Ft. Nl-2 of lots I A. Clerk of laid Court. lawn II I II III I. I. Rl1od.n III to Call S' ,th"n" W

/ 21 U : 'F. Keller, A -t.J. 380*, and 2 of block 8 In Ward City in By Haven Crosby I>. C. f.nt a... In 'Won".n' III 5 U III rh I.. Rhoden '.11 Lnto Itnf Tom.Burr.II' ,
ta < Charles' R. He. .k.1T n. ,,1
of SE 4i 104-205 .
It : Cor ;t' sec. 8, twp. 7 S Guaranty N'4 of Lot .4. In Woodlawn E" IC I
ofM4 i NEt A run 8 LOS ,.. range 20 E. Life RlrtK..,. Jackaonvlll. Fla. I : 19 5 II lOtto Behmld a It 10 ft. I.
I W 110 Ft. for a Pt Atty. for 1f. 4-21 4t '-1. L.ts. .. a. .. 1. .. 9. U.H Ln'" 1. I. nt tllk I A. L", Caranisal II U I' ., :

S Bri thence run W > 5.1: 55. Alvares All to "'.rk. "
l tFt.Sl0S Ft. I'] I Florida Woodslands IV: riHCflT COiN?. HRADPOHDCO ; 1:: I'n" Woodlawn I..o 5 It 1543 I.. r.. Rhode., 1301Tow. Corn at fIN' ('or of II S n LIllian lIoCartr, '.U''

I] Ft N 109* Ft. to II N TV, PL.OMIUAI IN CI4AN Broadway. A lIovt tlte .-t' I U

S8 II : .. P. Keller A.t. 114 Suffer Great Damage CKRV. : .f ........,. West .r R.ll.esd a. I 13 ftr N ft *06 '. ii ,
:::5 rOBI
.fFl 1 of.l0 Ft. nf Virginia Whaley' Qnlnn.: Plaintiff' :1 S'nl lOS W ft "
\ of SE'4liE" v*. S. >{. Quinn. Defendant. Can* No.: f.nt I of Rlk 4 It. D. Randall. to of b.. pl
8frugs '4 of NW\i From Fire In 5653 pt II' II D._ "' _...._._. .. .. ,
E. W 40 F'. 28 I U Eugene Hunter DroughtFlorida 1051. Wtlftnti..otd5&4of : n n.v. .t ,.. n

!Lol 50 Ft. HI* So W' ..21 ORDER OF PUP-LICATION ftlk 4 J 10. W..II.. Jr. 4 IS I ..1.1....... Testy o1t ('.....,... 0-0 of NIII' ., IIIIC
\100< Ft.II/ & tI liiccor woodlands AND NOTICE TO APP AR ftlk 15 lx Tot 1 I W. I". Moore lOSt all. n
1".t ) ofA 1-A are suffering STATE OF FLORIDA tot: H. H. I.nt 1 nf OIl IS l" W. F. Moor. I UI I Lot I of Polk I r.lla"h..th :
et In NW f'or of great fire damage which has been Quinn who.* realdeno and addren*I Rlk III ('harley Hn"e Ill Lot I of fllk a John WIlII"m.McCoy, A.,. I If

of SW\i\ of NWIoi II S U :John* K. Walker 190 broken only by a few light rains I I.: oeneral Delivery Beauvllle North 1..11. 3. 5. I. Rlk II '1 n. J. PblillpN$ 451 Lot : :: Silk I 1ou..nla Robinson .It 30
T..nt of Rlk II n. Lot t i
iii" Fl. E of NI: ._ Carolina. 4. .J_ J. Phlilipa I 18I 111k II 3. W. Robln.o : i
. |r of BreodaY In the last two months according You are required to appear on I I 141,4 nf nlk 25 n.o. I".. Toun I UI : Lola I. a IIf IUk 'II Carrie Turner 14

8t'. run N lot .. 7'rl to Fire Control Chief Owen R. May 11 1969 In the above named II I I Half But 1 i 0.0. .. Young. i 31Ton. Silt I6' NM or Blk II A. R. lI.no11llp" 11"5 It
B 5J-4 Ft. 8 105W61P't.tOPt Court and came, wherein plaintiffneeka Lot t of folk .1 ,
'I. .' Douglass of the Florida Forest Alvorce. Bradford County; .. .f Lawtey Feat .r R.n..r I. Sere 1:10: a4, Cli. I. a n I Lot : :ll fltk :; StIlls SCorner Williams Williams S It ,
t 3'
IS 8 II I Clyde Service. Telegraph shall publish. this Order Lot l '1' '
Bi W. -Colaon J. Alderman
2491 In next four weekly luen Lot I S-D of P-Ik It Luclie KittIes III lit ;

.... Hfark 5rtl.. M Douglass Wltne hand N 140 tt nf the at 325 ft Llviaslea. 'Itchy o1t SMt ,
11a. I warned landowners toe my and official sea I U r.-.r". Add t. ....... 35P1k
1 II Ft of WV4 of at Starke. Florida, .thla April 19,, of Lot 011I. lieu Brantisy I IS \
L lice :n of 8E"4 of NEVi extremely careful not to let I960 I A W of Hd on S wideof 5 I Mr.. Mike Maru.il

.. Parcel .old 19 I II Henry Qrlffl :f.U' fire get started on their woodlands (OFFICIAL SBAL: > A..r. Thoma*,, l.ot 18 .r J. 11I111th 1 43 Lots i I. a. 3. of Mk 1. Mr. Mike Mllfu"ar: l lIS 66075 01
9 85
Tnt fa
illingoIoe ill SB: Cor of NE'4 A* Clerk of said Court Will 1.e. 8 II I.ota !I. 10 01 I1Ik 11 Mm. Mike .
especially In those areas where By Haven Cro W I A of Lot 43 harry. Kitties. 1 U 0tlklOitSi.olsil. I M.ru" 10?
JgRit of NBV4 A run "by. D C. ... Sir
j I 100 Ft for a Pt of :Ji' ll.... there are no fire protection units. T. Frank tltar .. FlaAtty. It UI, Lot U Es N Lot S of ItIk II Jim Wail.Aldiaofl \) ag ) : 1
_. jf.ndrum. 'II. I.a A J" tI 1.3 J. W. Itnhl".o" au Lots 6 1. 5 0 fOlk II '% ?
Thence* W 4-11 4t 12 '
at I C run He said that ui. 91. : Prinius Carr 4.13
1 Ft. N BO Ft. R 100 while the greater Lot 62 lieD J. White I5.U t't4 Lois I of Hik (

8 10 Ft. to Pt 7--. part of the state had been show- IV CIHCriT CO! RT. BR IFOBI I It Marvin Orlffl. I
rr. or., ( 12 Henry driffla or Ing effects 4''II>\-rr. FIOHII I in (.IIA. Ott' ...1) F. .f lawiei' II.... 13. 14. 211. 211 II 1'1 f4t.. 10, I II.I I I' or *IJlIe It U
IK the drought. that 34 C ;
(-ul: Y.
*Lot DencrlbedDtet Wm.
an Stalin
Book 58..te woodlands have suffered particularly r.. Roy R Corwln Plaintiff v*., 1 I.ot 3 "'"..lIn. Wiiaoutlt I 9 'rn1 Lot II of Blip I. Unknown 660
.. 17 *Mini Corwln, Defendant. Case. No. It blasey l'rettiey 10 1314'l I..,.. I. I. nt rtlk I 511th. aWay I.U
29 tl
Henry Grlffls 235 because of lack of rain. 18601. "t NN'4. nr t'h'i A k.lliliintie. '
J 1 of Blk 1. Went a.Jll.. !: of Si"i,: II II a. 80 tiara. 1. IIr.on Starke \
In. SID ,29 t 11 O. V. I.e. 205 "Forests use vast quantities dt* j 1 ORDER> NOTICR' OF PUPT.IPATIONANI TO APPKAR N'4., f'or NP'.4 of SI'4 ANF 1624 Lots e. T. nf Mk .II U 6 II Robt. O. Or..." nIT

OR'Cl livnei-Tniky' A C.. Add Stark water during their growing season HTATK: OF FLORIDA toEl: .l. "'I.:I.'. 0 f NW s. 0 r It II U 311 ('isra,. r. Bryson Ittarke Temples. Ad cI t 0

li of Hlk II jj* 8 14 Jim Wall ," he explained "and Corwln. whoe residence and ad. ..f NW'S' nf lWI4, 25 II U 10 10:11.: 1t 81 IS 4 U B. U. Smith lTU1
lifUtll, I 10 recently ,lre. I IK: 61** Jackson A N\\"I. J. linkins. E.t. 433: f.nt 4 A Lot
lot Blk 24 21 8 v. flue, Nil :if .nII.
22 Marvin V toE'. ofIIW''o
Orlffla 1017 trees all over the state began Uronx, New York. k't. ", lOr Nglit It tit,4 of S i's .

.I.-Trar A ('...-CtI' ) .... ... ; .. You are required to appear. on .. IS II It 8 Willie 1".ln It n Ft U t of BIle 19 '.'
11 JltE% .f !VlC'4. growing. This means that ''tey "1'.o nf NW"% IIf, ..1.: .26 L. 22 141. u.. C. b'rt'.tY 1\.65 l'eiupi&i Ad" ,
I of Rlk 17 May 21 1950. In the above named t D' t'-" '0.
21 8 13 :
Homer or
11 I Williams I.05 are 'using the and E'4 nf N5'4\:: of $11'. Siar" a It I ; :
1.1 Coort
Plk 4S n. .22 Haiti William up small amounts cause, wherein plaintiff U I U I Laura .. U E Crcftae 034 :
llof I Blk 4< 1141 seeks divorce. Bradford. County; Ni1 Coy I II r" fl. III "f RIle IT
U. 22 T..I. Alderman of remaining moisture in the soil Telegraph shall publish this Order reot NE'. of TempleW A d 'I t o

.. *4d .. Kl.rke and this results In the forest litter In next four weekly lue.. HW'4 28 II U I r. n. Finn an I StorkS It I 11 Ethel Bin" t !
0' of Itt
W Hi A NIi Lot 10 of Hlk 21
I Peek'
I II of Blk 29 U' 22 I. B. Wilkie ..14//and undercover Wltnen mv hand and official seal NW" 2G I 13 8
drying out more Rt Htarke Florida this April 19. .NWllt nr % C. n. Bennett 394? Adillllnn In Htnrk. 21 tt !. B. Wllk \
nfHWI. tSta
Mint s. IH.. rapidly than ordinarily." 1950. TbR' portion of NWIfo Frarl Mlk A, Peek'. ,
t, I of Blk B 22 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tboma. .. lying W of Ni. AiMltlnn) tu Stark II It Jam.. iIf'wstker; I
U..0 Wm. D. Sanders '. The fire control chief said ltd No.>. 21111 A Pt nf ohloil. l *ItBtarko
many A* Clerk of said Court. ,
pit's ( R" No. I II A NIM" City Part ft-lt W A V Addiliu.
Add *
to Klarfc Ry Haven Crosby, D. C. Se
fires were being started at this nf N .00 rt an/ I 3*
> I, 1.2 of Blk 22 28 I 12 T. Frank. Landrum, tltarke Fla. that part '
Jeff Lewi I.
.ot I I.r
16.00U ot SWoq of MW'4 IyInor of IlIk I
season by landowners who are Atty for Plf. 4-11 4t S-tl :T. E. Nlel&le
5 53
A.... *.!,. W nf HI. R.I N... p: 115'f nr Wlnf NJr.1 ,-

I. '. 7. 9 ol Btk Dlvlxloa 1 21 I 22 H. A. Manaaaa. burning brush off their land to iv: rmrriT rOI'RT. BH 'i>Konn 200 Ilk Jo1 nf ltd N.'. 13. '"" n' SI.t4 ..fNF.14 ..,;a 1"""

I I ID 101 of Elk Folk 1 21SI I 22 Sum HtoutNathaniel! 5.64 1 761.T5 prepare for spring plowing. Al- "fU''I'Y.'. FLORIDA IV (''AN- Ba 440ftK&wnnN a triaoguler pie.' Cent parcels. III Hill ioii(',,r nr NBt' It. ... H.nry Grit,.. 4.. j'
2 ( lILY.Thurber
It I of Blk I I 22 Crunnelt though many of them may take Caiman Plaintiff enl IIy 715* tI N A S nf (oI-l/l, of NfI'4! A rim.. t

I. l 11 of Blk I 21 u. 22 H. A. Mana in& I 06 precautions, he added coals are B. Coeman. Df.ndant. Can vi.Mada nn W .1,10 In NfJ f'"r 28 II U II James 4. '(:ollin. 1I.H N SilO. rt f"r pt or he.i. .. :,... :
>. 1.1 22 H. A. Manacea 1.76 NWV' of. toWI.t ICE\o .f..f.A Ih.n.. run W loll ft ,- '
of 7H58.ORDRR' ,
Lot 100 P'Blk 3 2L. 22 H. A. Manana- 201 l left smoldering under the, debris No. OF PITPT.irATIOMAND : fo1 19N ft of SW'of N ? ft N: 100.. ft tI ) I
81 In 14W nf hOl''I' 21 II II 13 tfnknown ft I .f bet. II"n :
NB Cor of and later flare up and sparks are NOTICE TO APPEAR 493NtI p I U lI.nry Oriffie ft !
that .
["rtonof STATR OF FLORIDA to Madre of NW'4 nr IIW"", 18 II U If) Richard Wigtnp 4S3EM NM of 1.0" I .a 4 of ,
HV of
8EV, blown to the Under-dry woods of Rib I .
nt iasiiinpi
KWI4I nf 8" 4 NW\I. Adii.t
R :
that Coman Whose residence and
lieu W 18 I II 1 Thomu I ,,, : :
Highway, nearby. : nddre I 10: US Ptutlon Street, NWli Powers I is Town oflltnrke I
It. US" B. Simmons. Etal 1461 fI; of nf NWlnf\ It
Nt4 0 32
( -
VB of RocheRter New York. ,
RW4 W The station at Lake City report : I "gwt '.1'
w : NI5'4 A .
Road too Ex 2 You are required to appear on 'w1,Sft.Vfll'fNtj : :.1'4nf. :::1 .;
'0. In 3K*: cor ed on January 31 that it had been M.l., I960. In the. above named of : 4' of NIOM 1
Lot & Ex nf fw..'. nf f4WIIS I U 1S.r. W. ftlortlon I SIof A of NW'4 of NW'4 ao 4 U 11 ....."h
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff l"tym.r A.t. II.
It I II S. B. Simmons, Etal 7911 67 days since the last rain of at eek divorce PYadford F. Lots u. 49 In -.r It :

l least 0.50/ Inches, although' 0.23 Telegraph* publish this County OrderIn oodiawn 1 19 8 U n I. W. Rlad..n 111I 1.1..1. ('U, 4CM .f apr.14 W .t R,.. U S $3t.01 j
earl .r..... ; U'.h: Lot, 47 45. 50. U. inWodlSwfl
Tax V.".r<... City ., Stark i Inches did fall January 26. \nnxl *. weekly hand and lueVltne official* seal, ; U 5 II 40 R. R. Mldlll.hrollk. 1009Lot. I if fllk 5 f.otoic. J"IIn"n" 18 n
Il. II. U. Loti I. T of Rlk 8 J
e. 1. IO I. Wm.f.el..o.! ..
markFlorida this April 19 1311
Let. 4 of Ilik -
U In .o"I"n 82. U 111 R. R. Mfddi.hrooke 1754 Wm. M..I..I
CHURCH OF GOD Ion'' NW4 nt SWto cf NBt4 If I U 10 O. C. DeUrorf 431 r.oto I. 4 nf BUt If Louisa. Johnson. I n

IALVAREZ' STORE Men's Jthlf4; III'' I. Rev. 1... S. Williams. Pastor By( Haven Crosby A* Clerkof, DC. said Court.I All "' 1'1 W of of N\'V Rd' % .f 14 : n S /0 p. Crawford I 70 Lot"mutt.8 of Hill In I NW"H..urllll'I of ( '

E t 8th &: St. Clair Sts.. T Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. IF.I'l:: I i"eetsvlii.ICW C" 35 .11 Whitney 1.13Commence Lots NW'4 I.' I of hlk 2 f.ske as I U .! Vnkno"n II 5. I

Sunday School 10 ..", Atty. for Plf. -H of t.JWt4. :
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m IV THK" CIftl'OTUJ'COVHT F.IOI4TH run NNWa"JlI r{ forfIt n"b..or NP, of NIt'4: In.. 6 II JI. B. Mime a 5t
HW "f, : .
NJo\I. of \
"W\4 3
71110 1 ai
Evening Service 7:30: .r11.'I, rlHCI'IT.' IV AMI) FOR thence rlln a. Albert *4t'hlnk.s IJ III
Sunday p.mY. ft N 410 ft W 7N" fthi J iI't of NW'4 0' 111'\1. of I Ilr.t4 \

P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. IV ft"CHAVCFRY.*FHn! COUNTY. Pi.oHint. 4511 ft to pt of b..e 4 l' U S Lydia Coitine an
FOR YOUR Ell fI.1 U I 13 S natty Hamilton 12H' Lot 1 ot rtlk I. I.lItI.
f.t REQUIREMENTSIt Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m C. P. PRFCHARD nt HE" or tll'Ifo: of 1I.lvwo. M-I' a.. d.""

fiLuuJ9i1! ".. PlaintiffBESSIE NW'4' 311 I II S 0111. Bell Hranll" Ill lIed ''''01III., pore
To IV C'lHt'lir TO!'RT. BRADFORD 101', nf KW'4' n' 111'10: n'NW $51 T 7 13 Laura ('..,,0) $22in 1/
MAE; ,
Pays Trade With Slade 1 CO '"' FLORID I SI CHANpMMrrsan. Defendant. PRICHARD ', A 1\1111: ofNWV.r1NE .t S 0.% of NWI4 111 1 U 4. ellra Lee V. Stevens I5.U t
(ulis CICRY. nf "W', \ All th.t port/nn/ of NIofNM i
Plaintiff. ..*. David onORH OF PI'RLICATIOIV ANDNOTICF lit NWV, nt NV.V5 of : of "IC% W or -
PROPANE GA'S. narrla-an. Defendant. Ca. No. 1886. TO FILR: ANSWER OR NR'lnf lOW", 3IJ I 12 U John Hampton 313 iounty .r.d..1 Itd 11 I aa 1 Anthony Laure.rle I If '
ORDER OF PUBLICATION OTHER PLKADIN038TATFI The nf thee portion .. C"m 10)) yd" W "f $97' .,a. t
v OF PT.AMITDA TO: lOa; "'" "or of Net. It A ,
Appliances BEHSIB MAE! PRICHARft.. 19tMapleahad AN.J.4of "' rr-: : W tOil ft N
STATE OF FLORIDA* to: David l. RI Mo, ISBa 1111 tt IQ
I narrlican. who. r*.ldnc. I I.: U.- Avenue, Norfolk Vir. I r.nt 111 NW ("orfI .It"' tI H au, ft fo beg f. f II a I.. n. 10 Clara ICaloit 11 Tr ."
known. .Inla. to a 11
SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc.E. You are required to appear on You are other required. serve on Tue your*. ftN&C&Wt8314 '\ '1 I \wA" : It': : 0.1
: anawer or pleadings ,
: .
May 19. *950. I" the oov* named day. May 23. U50. In the above named ft. I 0 If 1 ',.1.. .. H. It rick Ian"t I 04 ( j :
Court and .caue. wherein plaintiff Lot In NW Cot' ot $'-' I Iof in wh l'or: of $W'4 ofNr ..
Court and came wherein plaintiff v
and r ISO ft i'l
Call seekS divorce e.re. cutody r4Inf WV CI) ft .' t
St. Bradfordrounty
1tutur Starke. Fla. Reek* a dlvorc a W bv.'OG It N 01 S
control of th. two minor children Bk bylOOftN : 10 7 II I Lola B..nk.
hall ..hllh Ihl.Ord..r "st
.and restoration. of former n1".. Telea-raph p i.auesWitnees 4, H I 0 U "to.1 W. I. lepp.r.on 3.56 alit' I H.mnlon Park .
four weekly l
hall In next 0' NBt: .f $PtM. Sec Si. "
Bradford County T.lentraph a W u. ft nf NWV ,
official seal -
and :
mv hand tlW of NWoWv .
tell .
thl Order In IIFJV W of R" allNB"
publish at Starke. Florida this 17th day of of NW'' ,. .b. of nf NW\4\ of IIW'4. Med. .' ,
FOR ALL TYPES OF and of fl.tal seal' April. 195)OFFICIAL .. sa f II .
\ hand fly.P.t I" T Roht. Rude Mr.. Sarah Bru..u 3 U
A.T.: TMma'
| ) 149
( 8% of NI'\4:\ or 6
PEST CONTROL at Stark, Florida this April a6. A. ('I..rk of said Court. .f NPlV, of "W14' It. U lit Cameron Stove (70. JIIFJ'4
I II of $WY4 "f si.:'" II 4 U IIt.r. M. Lan..tuW4I Oil 4 Eve\ 0' 14114 U f II Ii Hardin 6< W.I.ner If at j
OFFICIAL 8EAL) A.T.: Thorns'. nr Haven Croby 44 nf IIW'4 of "1':'"s, II 4 II U r..h..1 Pro.. 033W 3 A In P1WCor of 111'4'
OR PHONE ( Aa Clerk of said Court. I L. PAtt.n. P. O. Box. of OW'4 of 5KM Cameron Stove Co. 644 "t NIt'6: IS 1 II I Wm. H. B.ahier It U ,

FLORIDA PEST CONTROLrnvand R" Haven Crn.b" D. C. ', Ktarke.. for Florida.Pit. 4-11 4C SllNotlc. NWYen: *4W14 n : n .:: John Johnson 11.05s4 Com on W sile nf By t
Beld.n. 8.lden Bulldln. Day- "> v $11NP. R.W on Sec tine A f'
Raw tl1"-, ', W of r..n H .n R-W 1/1 "tI..

CHEMICAL CO. Rd 21111 6 F.\4I of NW% W U yde S 10. "d" to
( of NI'4 Ba:, I A ill. lice r.ln. then. I'J to5M,34
Ala. St. Gainesville Ph. 6035 NOTICE NW Cor II 4 II 15 Elmer V. VenBeunt 4011 = A In 810\4 of .
t1 Termites w of NBI of NWIfo II l' ..

<0th. I'roofLnc Rodents _" AU household Pests following ,,1e.cribed Ian" .III he :, NEVO II S II 1 Jde.. r. Stanley 40N I Lot. cc Dccc Deed Bk A. H. Kelecy _
Flame Fr.OfIflEPn.e I IN hereby .Iv..n\ that the of lOll al tarke. the County I 4-A of W4 of NW'4 51 Pta Sl7 a I II 1 Walter 'I..U.
publlo the list May of II I II 4 Wilbur ifuntef 411 All that portion of W%
sold at Sacttto"tnp ply amount duo for tales h.r.- sEb! .
lallpectioft. and GTO4UE.to.olozIaI5 ... of Bradford. ... ...1or.rh.r with all .,o... .of such sale. and :I A In Nfl 'or nf B4of : .f NBVS of ill BM: I'J 0'
; &1__ Given byTJalvenlt'r undarto .et oppoelt' to the m 1'f1':1I.' : "r 8PJ1.4 al Ii Ft'o a S U S Tony Drum.o _
( of Florid). advertl.lnc. ft B A W.by Oil It NC JIIW,top HW II I II 10 Tuila R. lC.lley
boi5..7 .... 0... T.... NAN. IS I IWM Wm. T I 21 orn at iou, ( of :; la"ifI % .
R. R. A ,sL
1 Sapp Roy V. BoI6 O.eeiPtieU a. T. ot NWV, of SOW. It I a2 It 'Ila..o If.nk.non 4 10BI of NW'/I A rue .. _
of ... t. W dde of Rd for
I of Nil: aE'4 I
All that portIon of NF.'" 19 5 UnknownT'nknown 149 I! A In WE Coy It I II It Era..t DeU I 53 a pt of bee them'. :
of NB N :: River: IS 1 I Com .t SIt ("or of $..oa run W 194 ft N 413 ft ;
LoLa IS. \I\4\ BIlL 29.'Town : run W 1611 fI for a B 414 ft >" Rd thence .,
.rit nf New River. t 14 pt "f bee thence run S alona- W aid of Rd

UALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER AND Sec* 21 A 24War into' 40 Rllxa: Wilson 1917 N UI tt W 11)5 fI IIl t.. Plot be- II' II I Ira C. Frailer
2 1 fI Lnt 1 W of A
SFv0 of NK-, 29 .0 Lloyd Clark Iii ft B lOw ft/to pt adjoin'e'
CO. 4 Tit = Inc Delaney
STORAGE NW'I of 8EV. beg ao I II teeter Prevatt 1$ SI ,
Ce 4 Com .t RB!: e..r of 8.0 "u"nD of NWH
City Tot 6 ran W 315 fI for a of NBH 19 t .ItMl. A. J. 8lebblnMk 5 35

tc, We operate local Lot 1. 2, 1 10 *: II O H Parker 492 ?'4t lOll 0' b.ftWS00ft5. th.nee P1111 ? .._.' '-0 a* rr*>4 !. PInE 3. P... 43 .3 S St

) Blk. 1 Mr*. L A. Green 412 U' fI E II' 't to paC ,
a bog dk. _ncaaywhere tot of Blk j bet. 33 I U Lester Prevail IS TI WH of Lot 10 Mlllard R. Judd I 0?
( S W Cor. nfNW Lot t of Rlk D Susan Gross
Com ar 4 C oan 124 ft N teens 591 4.19
'uI \ Of B'4 &< run .B ('OI' .f JIIW or SW" "%" Tract It Carl' Vollkopf
U v. 8BXCE1XENT rt. N. .40 ft. 6 ran W I It fl I'f' Iii g-r of IN\4: of SWV, It t tt L. L. Park 3.55
tI.t A parcel deao I
ft S 249 n
,7 : ', Pt..of Be5. I 1 ZI) 2 H. B Stoke 151SW" ft r:, Ill of .::...I 110 ftto 1\\ I II Josephine IlIer.on $4 Deed Hook tt pee 101 IS I It I H.r.: Ell,', Jr. 8.11
4 alt|
NWIoo 1 11 19 R. R Car It on a 114IofofSE"t.o .. .....
I .1.
of NWIoo S of R" 15 I Ce U.30 S Ce
NW% IS f U 41 H. H Mutt< 111 -.y ._ 8-D Ct -

7 q-. __ STORAGE ;NWH Au % of NE" It IT R. R. Carlton 277f fAt. a. 0 .f Elk a H. A.. Msesss& S 14 Lot It C B Clem 1501
1 I II
flEof it
II W. If Boot
' Bd Lot S.f Silt 1 H.m Stout 314 1S.'
FACIUWIES Wt6of : of NEI: 6 14 H. U Mottn 91 Lot a .f RI" S H. A. M.."..... 421NCthiiieI Lot 17 Mr. Martha Matthews' $456
Agents !'rEE 1 U Lot I*
II Cox A <
For S '4 Lot I of Blk I Crumm.1Lot. 4 35 t4pe.rln. It II

N' of 55W. of aWt4 .. II of ink I ,:: I H. A. Macasia. 420 1...... ....... '. ..
DeIcher 'A M 1-4 nf 8W4 of8Ett.Ny.Vr3 Lose I. a. I. n' Silk I H. A. ManCeea 5.04 N 5 SO-M $* i n

: I Lot 'U fI C.i .in Hili Lot I L 1 .
See first! Cot of that portion ofSM 11 W. H Scott" 54 M
Bro ut of $ICt4 NW'S
NF.IIo of Jj. 10 I AIn that lie. bY oof High- .7. R. KELLY

I BE Cor of WWW f8EV. 24 A. Li. Crosby 991 way It .. .. 1':. SImmons. .1 al 4010 Tax Collector
It 1
E of Bd. Bradford County.



t. ;."' ..


MAY 12 1950PACK


TEN ... =--

r SEAL) A. J. Thoman. Order In neat four weekly: .. Stark Florida, this t7th of
about a third, and using the surface "WOTICK' or PHooKKnii. roil (OFFICIAL A. Clerk. of said Court Witness, my hand and official' 1 1 llt .
Varieties T 0 MEA',) A. J Tbomaaa
Right TMH: 4.1.0..0 or A nn n. .t Htark. Florida, thin May 9. ( 1(
soil removed when the hole Bjr Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk of said Court,
Good Soil Needed was 'dug; for filling In after the You will. tak ;notice. that the Ally for Plf. _____ 5ft ft-2 An dork. of Mid Haven Crosby, D C. ..
412Z Cold-
Hoard of County ('omm( alon..n of Haven Deputy .. J. ftendar.on, Eaq, _
been set. After the hole la flri-Blt C-o.r.. Rrad.rd C.a./7. By Crosby Fla
tree has Bradford County. Flurlda. upon the T. Frank 'I-andrum 8tark, Ave, Jackaonvlll.
SuccessGood ('barren.
Fruit Florida
For petition of a qualified land owner for !'If. con ** 6.29
Is three-fourths full of soil enough James K Gunter, .Plaintiff va. Julia Atty. for Plf. 11.11 U
will at 11:00: A. M. o'clork on the -
toil, adequate fertilization, water should be poured in to soak Bth day of June, A It a 19RO. at Its Ionlne.. (Uunter Defendant. Cass No.. iv niM-KiT: t-oriiT. .H* f-OIHT. BHAIWOIHI
7H mOrder
the soil, then the hole should be office In the County Courthouse I IHtarke In. Of !>>hllmtl.. Aa 4 f.elr. T. rotivrw. FLORID in l'IIt1cR ) NCltaTL ....0..10. INCERT. CH":V-' Phone 239
varieties Bradford County Floridauonaldor '
are Important
and suitable < Y. .
completely filled. and determine whether sag realdonee Petty 1.Prescott Prtucott, t' ** I'. Cunningham Plaintiff va
Julia Louise (lunter whose w
factors In the establishment the. County will vacate, abandon. 't'N :
not r>. Defendant. Theresa. Cunningham Dafen-
One to two pounds of S-7-S fertilizer dliicontlnue and clo.,.. th"h..r.lnaft..r la Georgetown, South Carolina: OR
78)4 TH8S.
of home orchards in You are required to appear on Case Nit
or expanalon for each year of age of the deafrlbed portion nf. June ft, 1950. In the. abov named ORDER OF PUBLICATION: ORPKR OP PUBLICATIONAND :
northern Florida according to that certain County Road known. aClayno mart and cause, wherein' plaintiff AND NOT1CM TO APPfciAK: NOTICE: TO APPEARSTATE
Blackmon of tree applied In the spring: is satUfactory Rnad and whether or not seeks divorce Bradford County Telegraph STATE OF FLORIDA. to: O. OF FLORIDA to: Agnes Write P.O.
Horticulturist the University of Florida Agri. claim any right of the County and nest four weekly laaue. ..1'...*. In: Unknown.You .* la: 1514 Avenue P Brooklyn Starke "'11&,
one or more of the trace public In and to any land or In- are required to appear .
Station. Witness my hand and official seal, York.
cultural Experiment and produce I elements such as Blue may be or terest.highway" therein purpoan araulred. all In for and mad tthe ) at ",.rk... Florida, thl. May 3, 1950 May 26. 1950. In the above .. You are required to appear on jgiS ,
treea and wherein
Fruit grow I (OFFICIAL XKAL.. ) A. J. Thomas. Court cause 39, t350. la the above named
of aald Clay- '
following portion
beat when planted In fertile aol\\ needed with some. no Road, altuat" In Bradford County A... Telegraph shall publish this
and air drain Varieties that have proved satisfactory Florida to-wlti ny Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk ; : .ka dlvorr Bradford County
that has good water .'. In next four weekly IHHUVN.
John J. Hendrraon Kmi, 4)2 .I. shall this Order
age. Good air drainage la Important In northern Florida according All that said.. of the rlKht-of until Ave. Javkaonvllle. Florida Witness. my hand and official ?: nest* four wkly publish Uauea.Wltneai .
way of Clayno Itnud lyingbetween at Stark. Florida, this April FREE
that haveIt Atty for Plf. t-S 4t S-26 mv hand and official seal.1r ESTIMATESColorful I
because trees .
the Mouth line of the 1950.
auffer less than others when to Mr. Blackmon Include NR'of Section 13. Townahlp. !. ClreBlt r ('...-.t. Hrmflfrt Coaaty, (UKFICIAL SEAT>.,.._ A. J. r Stark*, Florida this April U.
Hoot 7 H. flange 20 E. and Clavn Ai ITerlc of aid "
Pineapple, Baldwin riorum' I. (mmmrrrr. A J. ThomaaAa .
late spring frosts occur. Mr. Station; the line of laid right Thelnrn Irene Kr..nyoa. Plaintiff. va. By Haven Crosby, D C. Clerk of aald Court. Patterns
Blackmon recommends disking the pears Jewel Angel' and Waldo of-way of Mid, portion of (Clay Richard Jonenh Frenya. Defendant, Charli-i R. H aa. 204-05 ( l C.
no Road being alar I dencrll Urn Bldir. Jacksonville. F''.. Haven Cro= JnlB
ran* Nn. 780.Omer
still thoroughly before "transplantIng peaches, Excelsior, Terrlll McRae I aa: BdaTlnnlntc at the HW Cor Of Publlca.. A.. "N' .tlre-Ti> Ally for Pit. 4-as 41 ( Heiden Beach.' ,.Fla.' ldln., Day
time and staking oil the area Tanenashi of the NRV4: of the NW4 of I \tprmiSTATM. or KI.UHIIIA TOt f-28 <. 11-19 ,
; and Kelsey plums, per for Plf. t .
Hectlon 11. said and .
Township : Richard Joseph, IN rmrriT cot HT. > % _____ .
will Frenyea. whoe reHldence Chas. C.
I be suitable
to be planted so there Range, thence meandering northerly (' Shepherd
simmons. Celeste and Iichta figs, I. Tupper Lake, N.w York, COI'VTY. FLOHII\ 1.11 nnrriT COURT RRAfFORDCOUNTY
Individual along laid exlntlna rOAd ticnir.Laura.: .
distances between Tl Demurs Blvd '
I IN ( 11""tJR ''-
Satsumas and Curtis richt-of-way through, Hrcllon Kattll Maa-lnnla' I I FLORIDA. "
kumquats You are ,
trees. Most fruit trees can stand 12 said Tuwnahlp and Range. June (. 1910 required, In the to above appear named bn I va. Jam K. MasTnnla, D*( r .v. Rose Court A Madls' icy SCav Pit. 239 _
but the distance Elliott, and Stuart pecans, seedling and through the portion oHWV4 Cam No. 78H9.ORDER K. Karllk Plaintiff v*
15 to 25 feet apart Court and cause. wherein
of W"4 of Heftlon I plaintiff OF PUBLICATIONAND Karllk, Defendant.: Case No. Television -:- Seat Covers .
.okn> dlvorr Bradford :
between paeans and.walnuts black and Japanese' -walnuts, and lying H of Beaboard Air Line Shall publlah the County Telegraph NOTICE!: TO APPEAR T.
should be 50 feet. Hamlln and Railroad rlarht-of-iday, saidTownehlp : next four weekly lean. Order In STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jam ORDER OF PtmtJCATIOr/
In protected locations : AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR
and) Range, to Bald official R. Maalnnla. whoa residence
The hole for each tree should' Clayno' Station on said SeaboardAir Wltnea my hand and Seal. address la Unknown.You OF FLORIDA to: ROM M
Parson Brown and Dun at Mtarke. Florida, the : .
oranges May
3,1950. whose residence I I.: 1108
Line Railroad.
IH large enough to accommodate (OFFICIAL SEAl.) A. J. Thomas. are required to appear" :
bland N.w
Avenue, Lone City,
Persons Intereated
can grapefruit. may app..rand A. Clerk 'at May 29. 1950. In the above
all the roots without crowding: and b* hard at the time and place By Haven. Crosby said Court. Court and cause, wherein. :

deep enough to set them at about CATHOLIC CnORCM above Board apeclflen.of County Commlaaloners. of John J. Hnderon Ksq.Deputy: 4813 Clark r..lonli.1 Telesraplf seeks.. divorce.shall publish Bradford this You 99.an 1950 required In the to above appear named on

the same depth at which It crew Bradford County, Florlda- Ave., Jacksonville Florida, ;in next four weekly laaueaWltnena .- and came, wherein plaintiff.
Atty. for Pit. I-I 4t j.j ....at'.t. .k* dlvorc Bradford County
O. Harrell Chairman mv hand and official .4TEI nsTEM11. $
In the nursery. Most tree re Sunday Mass : a.m. NIBl ilIW.
9\3 shall publish this Order
.. .at Stark, Florida, the April .
ftrntt Crar. Braef.. .. ,
quire hole about 18 Inches across .. .... rd C aJonrph ,', 1150. neat four weekly issue..
Sunday School 11 .t. .. 1a '".....,. ... hand and official seal
--- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. a my F. 4. R1f411e
and deep, but pecans and walnuts J. Shallcro.. (
Plaintiff v* Stark, Florida, this April 18.
$:30 .
Week Mass of
Day a.m. .. A* Clerk said
require a somewhat larger bole. .. rirvolt <".... Hra4frdrtorleuil e..a4>. Ir"> Shallcroaa.. Defsnaant. Case fly Haven Crosby, D. C. .
No. 7674.Oder
The Experiment Station worker dayBible Raymond tm Kln C......_Plaintiff,. va. Naomi Of _. ......tl.. A aid M. dvlses cutting off all broken and Study Is every Wednesday Kin, Defendant. Cue No. TI79Order fr.n8h"Tl'* r FLORIDA. T0 for Plf. 4l 4t. !
Of Pia>.....].... Cad n.tla. TAvaweir. .' ... '. "'.. residence .
bruised roots, cutting the top back at 7:45fSK STAllS OK FLORIDA" TO, I. 10H 31.t!Place' .' K.: Washing- IV corvrr CIHOriT FLORIDA COl'HT. IN _._, .... _. .... ....
ton. 20. D.
Naomi King, whose residence la 11:1 C.I KHY.':
Wallace. Street. Philadelphia, Pa. Tou are required to appear. on Everett B. Erne Jr., Plaintiff,
June (, 1950. In
You are required to appear. odu. n above named Mason Mllhoua Burney, .. a : CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
.. 6. 1950. In the above name d Court. and cause, wherein. plaintiff. Caie No. 7966.ORDER .
oek divorce.
Stade Bradford
Court and eauae, wherein plaintiff: Count Telegraph OF PUBLICATION i fltalla 'DtUUut
...k. divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall publish thl* Order inn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR J
ahall publish thla Order 1 I.n..t ; next four: weekly: liaue STATE OF FLORIDA to: *
Witness ; .
four weekly laauea. at "Htarke, my Florida hand and official. neat Mllhou.e Burney, whoa Casing-& Water Pumps FurnuhJ
Witness my hand and official .Ace. 1 this Vhorn"2. I.: Unknown. PHARMACISTS
at Btarke, Florida thla May S, 1950 MEAL) -.t. You are required to appear
Aa Clerk of said Court. May 29. 1954, In the above .
fly .
'ITc'0"b" Deputy I..rk.
Ray Malden SeMen Court and cause wherein .
Building, Daytona .
Meek divorce Bradford
Bi>ach, Florida,
Prices Atty. fur Plf. j.s Teleraph shall publish this
In next. four weekly taauea.
Is f'lr..lt ("._.. .....f.... Cat, Witness mv hand and official ... Complete Systems Ready to Lie
I HOWARD'SDR rlerldttt" .. (........,.. .it Stark. Florida, this April > We Hare The Famous JACUZZI
Ernest. Wlnand IISO. Puny
Plaintiff v* Jrannett .
race* w Ombel.ta*. YlrIT Wlnand.t Defendant.I (OFFICIAL Aa SEAL Clerk) of A. said.hfJm. .

Order Of r>......tl.. And n.tlrr Ti By Haven. Crosby D. C. .
K. K. Ferryman,
v" 'Summer Dry Cleaning Prices In Starke: Jeanette Appear.i STATM Ombeleta. or Wlnand FLORIIIA whoa TOt Atty. for Plf., Starke4iJ..t. ..

residence and I Rue Martha Don't Forget We Install These Water Syste
U. Krium" iv rmrriT (COI'RT nnAi>
You nruxeli are required, to appear. on COUNTY. FLORIDA IV To Use! Nothing Down Small Monthly
SUITS and June I9SO. In the abov. (-FHV. I Icoy
tII. named
( and Minnie Ruth Hildnall. Plaintiff, '
oauae. wherein
SOC seeks divorce. Bradford plaintiff Cnn P Hudnall, Defendant. t .
County Tel-
..",raph shall No. 78T4.
publlah tM. Order In
Plain DRESSES nest four weekly leeues. NOTICE TO APPEAR I

.t Witness[Htarke, my Florida hand, this and May official I. 1fso.aeat STATE OF. FLORIDA to: Con.... -TIIE-MINIT SERVICE
Hudnall. whoa residence is:
(OFFICIAL tlI AL' A. J. Thttmii. Kentucky. E. T. Shull Plumbing & He
PANTS I A* Clerk of said Court: You are required to appear. PHONE
2H"X.n.Cro" >r. Deputy Clerkfnl .
COATS2S Call on IM for reliable dragand ...ndrum. Starke. Florida, Court May 29 and, 1980 cause In, the wherein abov

\ .health Beads! at worthwhile Atty for Plf. .- 1.1 41 II.U aeeka. divorce. Bradford 64 Night Phone lit .:. Starke,

&: CLEANED .. "fr..lt (....., 11_. C .atr.A1e' Telegraph In next\ four shall weekly publish litnue this. .
.savins;.*. We prIde ourselves on rl.r'.... .. C.......,. Witness my hand and official ...
'? "'..''' "'an""Plaintiff. v*.
Save Your Laundry & Dry CleaningFor the scrupulous exactness) which Casa i ivo.kit; ward 7 SB4Orrtir Dleckman. Defendant.

Of P..hllr. The RED Truck Into single -
form every Appear. STATE" : O** FLORIDA Tot
John Edward Dlerkman. whoa ru.
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