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: June 9, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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JUN 919'5 eI


igsley( Residents Protest Reckless

; at ''Buzzers' Endangering Children; f BRADFORD'COUNTY.TELEGRAPHOffi

1939 Statute Be Enforced

.k That t ial COUlltu Publi ation E81ablished In 1879'OLIDIE

number of complaints has been

u !low pressing enforcement officers of Clay County register-I \ SIo\"E1'\iTY-01'\il': ; .. .. ST.\lUU:, "'LO _I-D___'. Flun.Jt.. r. 0, 1'0\0: Nt.:' i'BI'K': "'OUTY-SItVEN'

'It and annoyance occasioned by speed

.dank, I PHI I'n'" in Ki"Ssley Lake, especially' where children are i Livestock Owners Warned That Law I Liberty Bell Replica Will Ring I Corn Receipts Culpepper

'SBvipnts of Kingsley Lake maintain that it is unnec- For Bradfordites On June 16th ,

e.r swell:ats at as excessive dangerous speeds and in a violation the swimming of the area law, be-toT Effective July 1 Has Plenty Teeth' Children and adults of Bradford I Near $100,000 Declared Low "

docks and the line of grass several hundred feet County will soon have their first I

, fhp it a nuisance to have water skiers opportunity to hear the true tone I
"rhpv 611:10 consider _._ I IA
:how close they can come to their boats while -- I of the Liberty Bell. As Peak Reached Bidder On Jail

ngl to see After July 1 it win be unlawful Sheriff P. D. Reddish In a p're- As a highlight of the Independence !

l the boats for Bradford County's estimated pared statement this week reminded Bond Drive now in progress, !
residents do not object to (when propmiifflecl Although: accurate figures from bid submitted by Jack, Cul
vvhile 17 to 20 thousand cattle and 12 tc owners of livestock that a touring "Liberty Bell" Is scheduled \
of water skiing when carried all not available amount !
to the sport sources are yet pepper of Tallahassee in the ,
) or 15 thousand hogs to roam the the law the last to reach Starke Friday afternoon
pub passed by legislature
it la believed that Bradford County'
ra in the lake, they do consider it a nuisance, lic of $43,500.00 for the general build
distance highways. 3 o'clock. W. :
the roads June IS at
disregard >of other people's rights, lives, and requiring public bumpiT crop of sweet corn ing construction of Bradford Coun h. ,
and a In to be free of livestock will Into B. Sewell, chairman of Savings
r' these risks. If the a special bulletin to an county go has brought growers close to $100, ty's proposed new jail was declared .
t t to be subjected to unnecessary livestock owners this week. County effect July 1st. Bond promotion In Bradford County 000 In the first ten daya osia Jh. the "lowest and best" at ;

"of all were considered, it might save a possible banning Agent T. K. McClane cautions "I realize that most farmers states that the bell will arrive oa here. a special meeting of the Board of ,

sports on Kingsley Lake. that contrary to the opinion held are aware of this" Sheriff Reddish In Starke from the north on U. S I Buyers on the State Farmers County Commissioner here Wednesday -

\e.e ore and more property owners and taxpayers are in- by many, the law "Is quite strong added "but since it falls 301 and will be met at the city Market here have been operating afternoon. 1))

), clay County officials take the necessary steps and there are very few. If any, my duty to enforce thla law regardless limits by a welcoming committee.: at full capacity of platform space A bid submitted by A. D. New-

JiatelY to stop this violation of the law which is here- I ways to avoid the requirement as of my personal opinion.I It will then move to downtown sine June 0 and some surplus kirk &: Son of Jacksonville In ;

in full for the i information of those who may passed by the Legislature." would like for everybody to be location ,where It will be seen and corn which could not be handled the amount of $42,874.00 was rejected ; :

printed with its provisions: Stock owners generally have aware of Its provisions. heard by all who desire to do so. here because of lack of space has because It contained: a war I i

be familiar I I made or are now completing arrangements "It Is my intention to enforce Patriotic far-seeing executive! I been. sold in Lake City anil. Jack clause which the Board declared \ t

CHAPTER 19787-(No. 748)) to comply with provisions this law as agreeably as possible of six copper companies have made sonville. Corn Is also being "unacceptable". The war clause, 1

HOUSE BILL NO. 995 of the law. It Is estimated with the owners of livestock. possible this modern day miracle bought and ahlpped at the platforme it was said would permit the con ,

ACT to require all motor boat*. launches, and other water that facilities have already been Where owners are cooperating by providing the Inspiration and In Lawtey and Brooker tractor to abandon'the work before I' ,,
,IV the funds for casting 32: exact It Is roughly estimated that an In certain e- ;
Its completion
gasoline or other internal combustion engines, op- provided whereby approximately with an honest attempt to keep
propH'wl by full-scale of the famous Savings Bond Drive which endt "overall"- volume of around 3150,000: bid
duplicates although
their livestock off the highwaysmy .. The Culpepper ,
01 Klnjtsley Lake In Clay County, Florida, to be 90 percent of the cattle In the
jon the wafers office will do Liberty Bell In Philadelphia. The July 4. Bradford County'* quota dozen has been. sold! by Bradford| actually $626 higher than the Ne..vkirk .
underwater exhaust or other suitable de- county can be controlled in com everything pos I
muffler"! In the drive I I. $12.000 In bond
pod with assist them. bell-master of Princeton University growers- since the season got Into: bid contained no such reservations
l<>rtulfn wund; to regulate the speed and use of motor boats pliance with statute. to and a handful of bell founders sales. full swing on June :S. Almost two-" and was thus, in a revolution

ild waters, anil fixing a penalty' for the violation of _me. I In his bulletin to livestock own "The way the law is written, 11the historic French community Bfllmaaters state that these thirds of the crop has now been adopted by the.Board, declared

ers the County Agent points out the Sheriff continued, "an ownerct of Annecy combined their touring bells, because of the pains- sold, and next week will see thel, the lowest and best acceptable !,'
of the State of Florida: livestock incurs heavy liability
enacted by the Legislature that: sound
34 it talents to manlfacture the duplicates taklng.old-world production end of large scale operations In bid.
lection 1. Hereafter any motor boat, launch or other water craft If :vou Intentionally wilfully for damages If he permits his In accordance with the exactly like the original Liberty the corn deal he.... |I The Manly Jail Works of Dalton (

otlve power of which I I. an Internal combustion engine using gas carelessly or negligently allow liveatock to stray on the roads. specifications of the original Lib Bell would If It could be rung. The prices on "clipped" corn Ga. submitted the low bid $23- .1

Inc. naphtha or other like energy, operated on the water of your livestock to stray upon a We must all do everything we can erty Bell which was cast nearly All Bradford Countlan young (wormy ears that must have the 260.00 on the jail equipment. con
and ourneighbor'
.ite; Lake, in Clay County, State of Florida shall be equipped public road (State maintained) or to keep.our livestock from getting 200 years ago in England. and old, are urged to be In Starkeat tip end rut off at varying lengths,I j'j'tra't.

stock factory muffler, underwater exhausts or other modern right of way the following .could livestock. Most of the One of these Liberty Bells will the appointed time to take advantage depending on how far the worm hai Total amount of the two blda I
I the roads. I
device capable. of adequately. muffling the sound of the happen: on public I have talked to will be seen here on the 16th as the of thla unusual "opportun penetrated) dropped to T5e per accepted by the Board Tuejday. I
proved 1. The livestock farmers !highlight of the great Independence ity of a lifetime". 3-dozen bRg this week, after bringing afternoon was $66,760.00 \
ujt of such engine; and such muffler shall be kept and remain could be Impounded make every effort to rextrict their ?
$1 during the first week of the Construction of the new Jail
t and such exhaust or device shall be kept in proper working costing considerable tc livestock to areas away from throads. .
< deal
here. soon aa
to as
Is expected begin
bj any person or persons operating or In charge of such motor get them back. If It becomes necessary School Board Names Assistant Coach Better corn was selling this week the contracts: with the successful

launch or other craft, at all times when such engine or engines 2. You could be sued for damage to Impound any livestock, we are ; at anywhere from 20c: per down up bidder can be negotiated and

a operation; no such motor boat shall be operated on said waters for all inlurv and property dam hoping that pounds will be located to a high of 32c per dozeji for the work of demolishing the old county

reckless manner or at an excessive rate of speed so as to enr age caused by your livestock being only a short distance away best &rade. Due to the more Intensive jail on West Pratt 'Street la .
on the road. in order to reduce the cost. If Appoints Additional Teachers Drivers \'
< the life or property of any person In or on said waters hav- ..worm-control programcarried I,completed. j
3. You could also be punished livestock are Impounded ownersshould ,
the here this jail the
!IM regard to the presence of other boats bathers, persons en- on by growers The present county on !
bv Imprisonment not exceeding remove them as soon most of the county's out will remain
season courthouse grounds
1 In fishing or objects in or on such waters and of any other eonu -I six months or bv fine not exceed notified In order to reduce feed Hnrold Hazel wood of DoFunlak schools: May 20 through June 13 put wall bringing prices la the standing and will re, renovated

then existing and no person shall operate such motor boat on ing $ PO or both. cost. I Swings' alternate center on the In order to relieve the crowded higher brackets. : and remodeled to provide addition Ii

,alter at a rate of speed greater than five miles per hour wltMn Livestock can be Impounded by "I am hoping that we can enforce University: of Florida football team conditions on bus route* and to Although corn continues to hold al office space for various governmental :
of one bathing in said waters; PROVIDED I undue lant season was named aSHllltantcoach' eliminate short runs being made I I
hundred yards any the Sheriff his deputies or any this law without any the spotlight at the market here, agencies and others that .
ptnoni desiring to have motor boat races, regatta or speed races I other county law enforcement of hardship to the owners cooperating for BHS at the regular by some of the county busses, II a considerable volume of other pro I do not have satisfactory accommodation j"\

till, may make application to the County Judge of Clay County fleer or State Highway Patrol and I earnestly solicit the meeting of the School Board here was unanimously agreed by the duce Is being handled. Fordhooks at the present time. .

man.A this end," Sheriff Reddish con (Dutch) Funderburk, who accept m-hool bus body and chassis and five hundred crates have been Board here Monday the following _,
duty of aald County Judge to Issue said permit for one day only, "public road" Is defined as a head coach at !
ed the position of to be available for use at the of of
cluded. sold this week at an average matters were disposed :
the applicant paying to said County Judge a fee of fifty cents highway which Is, of may be main 1
Bran ford. 19 ol term
beginning of the a
$2.50./ Mrs. Kate Murphy repeated
talned by the State Road Department J
itch of said
permits. Hazelwood graduated from the The following policies were ftdopted certain
Receives Butter beans are bringing from Complaint concerning a \
the full width of Council
Section 2. Any officer duly authorized to make arrest, may and Including Florida this summer with reference. to school the .
the right Therefore, the University of $3.80/ to $4.BO: and Crowder paai place of business. As thla was .
til to his duty to arrest without warrant any person violating1it raw does not away.apply to county main Health Department where he specialized In uncial bus drivers upon motion of L. A from $1.50 to $1.75. third complaint received by the

I the provisions of this Act in his presence.3cttlon 'I tained roads, open fields, etc. Request For Funds studies. He will be an Instructor Canova: I Board about this establishment 1
3. Any one violating the provisions of this Act, shall bed In several courses at BHS in addition 1. That no person shall be authorised Guard Will Fire the Sheriff was requested to try

guilty'>tml' '-demeanor, and upon conviction thereof,.,,,\ 11fiHKt the When fiharlff livestock must notify are impounded the owner Dr.>A. Y Covlngton of,the Bradford ,! to his duties as assistant"' <, by .the.. County Board to On Blanding Rang a' to.IIOIYW'the( problem which Is reported ,'

I a default of the*payment of sa'ld fine and cost, be confined in I any once time before may they are sold for before the City Council at Its regular here on August 14. completing the necessary driver'* This .Weekend A delegation consisting of Foster i iI

County Jail of Clay,County Florida, for not longer than six' charges (within from 10 to 17 meeting Tuesday night presenting -Other recommendations from the examination and procuring a special Shi Smith and! others requested
unit I II
Ihft the department's new bud Trustee for tho appointment ol chauffeur'* license a* prescribed The local National Guard I I the Board to assist In getting
days.) there was need for teaching personnel approved by by law Hq. A Hq, Co., 2nd Bn., 124th Infantry re-survey of several sections of "
; and stating
Section 4. This Act shall take effect upon Its becoming a law. The law permits the following get be the Graham and
will companies between
land 1
among lying
additional $90Q to Jl.OOO to meet the Board Monday were: Hugh 2. That no person shall drive
an ,I
pproved by the Governor May 2J:*. 1939. charges for Impounding: proposed expenditures.DrCovlngton B. Ingram and Marlon Arthut oounty-ownd school bus other attending Camp Blandtng Brooker and between Brooker and IiI
m ifd in Office of 23: 1939. $2 SO and mileage as for prisoners weekend. there t tI
Secretary State, May requested that the Payne. -Bradford High School: Lucille than the driver who has been duly range firing this I I Worthlngton. In as much as
; Brad Other units will be from Gainesville are so controversies Involved
Payne and Anlce Green, the Board. An many
of this additional appointed by emergency -
$1.50 and mileage for serving City provide School ford Elementary School. exception Is herewith Jacksonville, Ocala and Lae.-I I th* Board decided to take no action j
He said that the
s.Morse Awarded Rotary Club'stsl notice; amount. Its ruta L. M. Nagel Jr. requested' a made to this provision but may burg all being companies In this matter at this time, I,
Fifty cents' per day for feed an share of $300,
of Lake City, the I '
Harknens for
Robt. B. courthouse janitor
care.This Commissioners would be one year for the purpose of attending except upon approval of the County courjty
could run the cost up tc: County the University of Florida battalion commander and Maj. T. remainder of the year I

Annual Citizenship Trophy from $7.90 to $20 per animal asked to Council make took up. the the, matter remainder under to complete his work for a Doc 3.Superintendent.It shall be the duty of the regularly K. McClane, Jr. of Starke, battalion A competing was made concerning

However the Sheriff of this county The advisement and promised DrCovlngton tor' Degree and the request was appointed. school bus driver executive will be In charge of the closing of a portion 1

has stated that only those!! would granted.V. to file with the County Superintendent thn range firing.Thirtyseven of the old Starke-Melrose graded 1
Starke Rotary Club's first button to whatever and whenever will be made which are absolutely that a decision R. Ferguson BHS agricultural the of the men and thru. officers road. Upon Investigation It was
name duly
id Citizenship Award was I she found need for a kind deed; required If the owner Involved U be reached at the next regular Instructor presented a plan licensed person to serve as hi* from the local unit will attend learned that the rout of a very If I

Died Wednesday, to Mr*. "Because through the Items in cooperating by an honest attempt meeting. for the purchase of a demonstration subatltlte In case* of emergency this weekend, June 10, 11, the short portion of the road had been.changed" I'

!. Morse as the citizen who our local paper I have seen her to keep the livestock off the pub. Charles Hardy appeared before farm to be used by the Brad The following bus driver were other members of the unit having to permit an owner to I

watributed the most out-,. love for all mankind; lie roads. the Council seeking some definite ford Chapter of Future Farmer reappolnted to their respective fired the same courses last April fence his Irfhd In a body; that the '

lirg service to the communl- "Because those privileged to The term livestock Includes cathor.1. Information as to the disposal of of America. The proposed farm routes upon motion of J. E. Brown All personnel will spend the night change was a very minor one and \'i'

m j the year ending June know her personally have found sheep, goats mules, a matter concerning street right- contain 300 acre and can br seconded by L. T Johns: In the"National Ouard barracks on that no one had been or wou'.d be

the continual Interest she has horses, and other grazing animals. of-way In the new veterans housing purchased over a 20-year period Lloyd Barry Mrs. Nelson Green Kingsley Lake. denied access to his or her land

award symbolized by. a shown In the work for her community development on Orange Stre it from W. H. Smith Ferguson re J. F. Grlffls, Truman Norman, Ethan The strength celling of the local Consequently no further action 1

mely engraved wall plaque, ; Families Of Twelve Mr. Hardy was advised that the ported. Upon motion of J. E Sapp Clarence Hutchlrumn. company has again been lifted and wa taken.
Prewnted to Mrs. her work with the had accepted a deed the unit !III authorized to have Under of
Morse by "Because Council not Brown the Board agreed to proceed .Guy V. Lee, Margaret Brown liar- now provision Chapter
'* T. Covlngton. Community Red Cross organization has shown Will Be Guests At from Errol and Corene Alvarez with the plan a* outlined b>' : man Flowers Mrs. Eva Harrell,: 11 officers one warrant officer 29236, General Acts of 1040, the

:(f chairman of the local club. that she la a very valued member The Dozen to one half acre in the NE Cor. Ferguson. 'Charity Williams. Mrs. Annie Kelly and 79 enlisted men. I Sheriff and County Agent were "

8Newcomb.. president of of that society; Cheaper By of the SE Quarter of the SB!! The Board established the following Cleveland Sullivan A. Z. Pad' With the celling being lifted and, requested to secure suitable pa.'I'''I'

wary, announced, that the "Because her dally life show The first two Bradford County Quarter less 20 feet on the EaslIde tIII date for the 1950-91: school 'gett (Dyal Route). Mrs. Resirie the moving of a few members from ture*, feeding lots, and

1 would be made each year consecration to her heavenly families of at least twelve Immediate I being and lying In Sec. 29, year: Carlton Kenneth Grlffls' Frank this part of the state a number pena to be uied If needed In Impounding I:

club' In recognition of Father; members to' contact manager Twp. 6 S., Range 22 E. and thai Pre-planning period for all Norman Eldon Sapp Russell of vacancies now exist In the local livestock found running :

!while service performed by "Because through her work In Ira H.rr'of' the Florida the deed had been returned to Mr. school: August 14 through August Hornsby, Elam Lewis, and D.ll company. Capt. Hugh H. In at large or straying upon public I:

public-spirited citizen. her own church and also among Theatre will be invited to be free Alvarez. This deed would have 25.: Rogers (V Rogers Route*. gram states that he would like to road In the county. It

''olnailons for the award are our other churche she gives her of the management next provided for a 42 foot street &. Opening date for all county For a consideration of $35: the see all vacancies tilled'prior to The purchase of an offlcn safe ,

by the general public ..onjrlnted time so unselfishly and unceasingly guests Monday night to see "Cheaper By long the north line of the housing schools: August 28. Board unanimously agreed to sell departure to summer 'field trainIng for the Tax Collector'* office wss i

in the newspaper, a* a labor of love for Him Dozen", a magnificent new development site. Closing date for all county to Mr Clemens a triangular parcel on July 23. authorized and the clerk'wa* In.tructed j;

OIs final election Is made and her community; the life picture portraying the Upon motion by H. A. Bishop school: May 26 (proposed). of land from the Hellbronn school The unit now has a few vacanclei to prepare and advertise II

ramlttee composed of one "Because her life shows good family father and mother and Jr., seconded by P. L. Bridgesthe Post-planning period: lor aI! site. for skilled men In explosives, radio for bids to be submitted not
of a '
*ntatlve from each civic. citizenship above the usual one; lives twelve children."If i Council then agreed to accept. and other communication work later than Monday August T, at !
small and administration. 10 f
wherever Mrs. Ruth and Juanlti arms a.m.The
P"l'1on submitting the name Morse"Because finds a need and distress you and the Missus have at 'deeds M. Hardy from R.Charles H. and Nancy E Geologist Contrasts Methods Of Mining There are some good opportunities clerk wa Instructed to j,

Morse there we least ten .children and the twelve Dull for men who are qualified In these replace by purchase a block anil, '
gave the following In home and country; Crlder and Clarenceand In India With Modern System Used Here
'III for her her home her (or more) of you will be my free of fields, In addition to some othul tackle recently borrowed by the ;
selection: find her serving- Melton providing right way
e for many years I haven neighbor, her church, her city, guests Monday night, then Florida you or for 60-foot atreets dividing the It requires 10.0OO "hand" laborers lack of modern machinery. for qualified personnel Capt, In Road Maintenance Department I
wife drop by the I .al l. from M. V Joiner and which 1
r outstanding contrl- and her country." your before Saturday housing tract Into three tiers ollots. of South India to do virtually Although India can put llmenlt gram < wasbroken ;
Theatre sometime Recent promotions In the com beyond repair. .
the same job that I Ia being done Into this country at the present
night and give me your name so pany are: A. L. Crosby, Jr. to Warrant Plat of Green's Addition of Block "
frorr east of Starke with 200 men and time at a cheaper price than II .
In answer to an Inquiry .
wy-Valdosta Glee Club Makes Goodpre.asion I can make arrangements and give I Officer; Theodore J. Coodgt 16 east of Lawtey wa* duly approved
the City modern machinery.ThU can be mined domestically. It li
Mr. Harris said. the Sun Oil Company
the pasi-es and Hnmmle 8. Raamr to Sergeant I. for record.
In Concert Here Last Saturday you thw Dozen," a Clerk was Instructed to write the was the significant message desirable for companies such ai
"Cheaper. By Ijit Class; Richard Carter and The Board unanimously adopted ,
brought by Dr. J. L. Gtllson, E. I duPont to have a dependable domestic
!: Technicolor film la one of the I company that their building permit Drew F, R..d>ll h to Sergeant; a resolution to "vacate abandon Ii
Emory-Valdoota I I Items thai duPont de Nemours t co. geologist. source, Dr. Glllson said ?
Glee Club Among the novelty most hilarious and appealing movIes No. 313, obtained some, time Charles E. Colely, Archie C. Crawford discontinue and close" a portion
Starke last were In talks before the Rotary The political situation In India 1
Saturday and helped provide heat-relief from Hollywood could still be used. Otis Crawford, Jack .
& I{ that has ever come ago Jr., of he Clayno road and conveying :
food Impression Seat: Club of Starke and Keystone where the government now control
the not only cockney English number bv reviewers say. By a vote of three to one the Raves Ray F. Griffin Rodney P unto Container Corporation ot
: high callbre of their ''Miller: the club's comedian, t'Spanish With Clifton Webb Jeanne Council decided to meet at 5 p m Heights during the past week. the mines, I I.* so unstable that Hall and George W. Teston U America, the owner of the land
aliment, but Letts Dr. Glllson who wa sent tc situation are likely to arise alI
lit also from the. dance by "Madam Craln and Myrna Loy bringing to during the summer months, until Corporal; Robert B. Crosby, Cal abutting upon each side of the
"soclatlon! I the duPont company I time which might cut off or
mad while Phawlova", several numbers by life the recent bestseller about September 1. India by 'any vin C. Kelly Cecil L. !Sewell Vernon portion of the road In question,
In connection Interfere with of ilmenite.i .
@"I- ln the heme.> of clever quartette, The Four Hoars- true-to-life family of twelve several years ago exports L. Starling, Henry C. Martin the title to the land constituting
J.otal'lan.! a with the equity which the company i This black mineral has It* chief
They were men, and a singing-wisecracking Twentieth Century-Fox and Hilton Waldron to Private let the right.of-way of the road closed.
croup of children. County held at that time In the IImento! ; use as a white paint pigment
eft young m Were has of Travancore Illustrated Dr. Glllson wa* Introduced to
qU'U' Par with The Kmory-Valdosta Glee Club lasting and wanderful Impression In Planning Group deposits Jr., and Raymond J, SasMtr Board had heard all interested
exceUent, fall of 1928 leave a hi* talk with Kodnchrome projected the members of the Rotary Clubs
quality of the
music .wa* organized In those that see It.I to Private. persons and had determined that
Pl'ndtlCed.ere College on slides, graphically showing by H. L. Morgan Jr. of the du
the year that Emory Junior and Loy give compelling: All Bradford County teachert Minimum drill pay under new the closing of this portion of road
""a. Webb I difference the antiquated Pont office at Trail Ridge.
urd enough variety In a division of Emory University performances as lather and mother are In session at BHS through June the vast of In used in India Army pay scale bill Is: Recruit would not nv/eriaVy| Interfere

"en y evening concert to was opened In Valdosta. while Grain Is fresh and endearing 14 as part of their post planning and method the modern mining methods employedat 1267; Private $2.15; Private 1st with the county road system and

!rQ1I an early .ummer aud- Under the leadership of Jamei as a teen-age girl. The Revision In the curriculum Trail Ridge I Airpark 'Baptist Class 13.19; Corporal $392; Sergeant would not deprive any person ofa
being too consclou.r Dasher, well-known Georgia musician eleven children are realIstlcty period. other the company RA GA $4 66; Sergeant 1st Clas* reasonable mean of Ingree and
IOering hat other report card forms, Works east of Starke. ,
mercury and all and compoaer. the portrayed by an excellent considered. $561; Master Sergeant $6.82 egress to hi* premises from at
frorn are being credited the spiral
the "heavier" group built a reputation for presenting!! a matters Dr. Clllson The Airpark Baptist Church organized For each two years' service there least one County, State or Federal

u.OJIfned. the P'ogram. to the program of genuine entertainment, cast. This group period I y under th system developed, by th* Humph of th. RA's, OA.'.. and Sunbeams Is an Increase In pay. All prior highway. !
that closed it, Expert piano ac- direction of Mrs. Jessie Young rey Gold Corp operator service counts. The above figures The' clerk
"f4.. wer well. music, and fun. Dodd Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. .was auhorlzed and
companlment wa* supplied by Lily Mrs. Lillian county supervisor who was Assisted Trail Ridge mine with : Rev. L. O. Hemingway, paator of are the minimum pay received. by directed to effect a transfer of$2.900 : .-

Jltandlnl'' .mong the _10 Howell of Valdoata has Just been received of by Dr. Clara Olson of the Vniveriity the I- possible the mining of makln'l the church, and Mrs. Hemingway any member of the Guard and, In the 1949-60! annual budget I

"It, "ert thOti. lung by Mary Th Emory men arrived In StarJet Word death of Mrs. Lillian Dodd, of Florida In getting grade BlandLng around ore, two percent I assisted in the organization of the with each promotion and with each upon receipt of approval by State

noho Photogenic. blonde cue.t early Saturday afternoon and weretaken the resident of the Theresnasection. committees let up and functioning tain only He ald that although chapter. Ice cream cone were two years' service an Increase In' Comptroller C, U. Gay. Thla

'Jlleat added vllual, a. w.n to Strickland's landing- on longtime In Bay Pinea Ho.plt.1Wedn.sday. After June 14 all teachers wile mineral. Travancor run up served to th. 44 young people pay Is awarded. amount, originally budgeted forth j
qUality to wlnt and 10-month work schedule the beaches of The Guard Is authorized 48 drills
""highlight the program. 'Kingsley Lake for a Funeral arrangements are on a mineral present construction of drainagj: wellt
3I1n" WU "Tbat Lucky upper party before the concert. had not been completed at will be "on their own" until August to 00 percent there I I.heavy still costly because Th* RA and GA meeting will each year and two .weeks of summer in Bam llOll I.uk would be transferred
the mining
t IUnl' by crew-cropped I HoU on thl occasion were member yesterday, but Is was 14. Some 15 or 20 of thcounty's amount of be held every Monday afternoon field training which t* being to an item for Timber and ,

'!Xpert Harnp Wataon, backed by of the Rotary Club,who .ponsored press time the services will probably teachers will attend summer of the amazing due to the at 3 o'clock. held at Fort Jackson. 8. C. thU oth.."r material for bridge* and
U employed
eeorrta choral 8Onpttra.work of the I. here. the Glee Club'* appearance stated be held next Tuesday at Thsrtr: school. |II.bor that Virgil Lee, Chapter Herald, year beginning July 23. culvert ... f.


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I Ann Crosby won a trip through services held at New River Baptist McNail Japan
the 4-H Club to Tallahassee this church Sunday. held combat lilt
Bradford County Telegraph BROOKERBy i Mrs. Mary Green Mrs. T. W Orlffls Betti'll
week.Mr.. and Mrs. O. J. Mott of, Markey, Mrs. J. P. Baxter and Jeep driver taking tht
Iva DUe Lewis Ralford are spending several days Miss Ive Mae Lewis were In Alach him the In lit,
ESTABLISHED 1870 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNKRKDITONFubUfthml : : here with his mother, Mrs. Bannle ua Monday afternoon.Mr. Ipnce. He training j It I

Every Friday and Entered a* Second Birthday Honored I'Matt.I and Mrs. Elton Taylor and zatlon last was -1t1i
Matter at the PoutMEMBER Office at Starke, Fla. Mrs E. C. Lewis honored her I We are sorry to report that Mrs children of Worthington Springs stay at the bate tuna
Ctss. fir son Reed on his 18th birthday Ir visited her mother, Mrs. Bannte Inactive M3
4 1urll 8urqesg / Vernon Edwards Is a patient volcano
anniversary Sunday with a delicious and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott pi'vL \
Alachua County hospital, Gainesville Mott
<3> 1950 I, pQNCA. NERR- dinner at their home. Those OtUK
wo wish her a speedy recovery Sunday. f"1I1" ;
present to enjoy this occasion Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott visit- and Mrs JOhn
1 Batskrlptienlp2.50Annually| 91.50 I For Six Month herein I work and clean and I I'' even use a soft brush on them. with him were his parents Mr ed her mother, Mrs. Brook Perry.man Graham, recently 3"
laugh and pray as I note Hitulrtly 'Did' you know evaporated and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Have of Gainesville Camp Palmer|
painting day.*. I meditateon i I' can be whipped if heated first Mrs. Paul Faulkner" of Starke visited Mr and Mrs. Guy Harrell of Gainesville Sunday Chiba Japan p r.|I
| In ...f.., | and then chilled T Thomas and daughters Tuesday. lie It
DANGEROUS NUISANCE IN KINGSLEY the j K A Lord when I lay my burden i., ECONOMY ICE! CREAM made and children of La Crosse. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams of SERVICE MEN Cavalry 1st
Residents of Kingsley Lake are becoming: more and down, I Iin refrigerator tray: Jacksonville visited her parentsMr. IN THE NEWS First Cavaln Rellrn.nt! i
incensed over the deplorable situation that !ilJ permitted I do not ask a tarry crown; I V4 cup sugar W. M. S. MeetingThe and Mrs. Dave Green last at Camp un'
to more exist, wherein a few inconsiderate exhibitionists are al. If any crown awaits for me, U cup white corn svrup regular W. M. S. business weekend. I Charles Lawrence Wiggins, dental Prior to recelvtajl King, 0
sowed twdisturb! the peace and comfort of hundreds of law- I pray that on my brow may be 1V4 cups canned milk meeting was held last Tuesday Church Ellis Clemons of Palmetto is technician 3rd class, U.S. orders he receive/J/

abiding citizens, to say nothing of endangering the lives ofiumerous Clean winds of heaven childhoodwore. evermore H cup water The afternoon"Being at Punctual"the Baptist plans were visiting relatives here for a few(i I Navy, participated In Demon III at Fort Knox, K,.
And daisy-chains 2 beaten '
children playing or swimming in the waters. eggs and days with the Naval Amphibious Base,
With two mile of open water in which to enjoy their 1 teaspoon vanilla collect made to material begin Improvements for the beginners! Mrs. C. S. Kelley visited relatives Coronado, Calif., the first major J'fe. Carl J. pln ?
Ma- Let trees shake glistening drop Beat egg whites until light, add fleet exercises held in West Coast Pinner of Lawley vj
with the "Hey, in last week.
these careless cut-ups St. Petesburg
thrills and spills, class room. Everyone Is Invited .
continue .
of rain 12 tablespoons of sugar this He Is the Airplane A EnjJ
do not obtain the desired Rev. and Mrs. Louie Crawfordof Waters year. son :
hands 1" complex evidently to attend the-W M. S. meetingsMrs.
look, no until stiff. Beat yolks School
head again.I beating
And blossoms on Lawrence at
unless they are buzz- my Jacksonville visited Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins Shep &,
degree of bang from their favorite sport coat of paint ask not for a golden street;j and add rest of sugar and syrup Jack Simmons and Marshall Mrs. R. E. Hazen last weekend. of Brooker. Base in Texa, hon
ing the end of docks, trying to brush the outer Let dew-wet grasses touch my and milk and water. Fold In the Mott of Montloch were guest,' L R. Gatney of Jacksonville 1 U technical school of,
i from fishing boats, or sending frightened swimmers scurrying feet |egg whites. When partly frozen of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. spending a few days here at his Pvt. Monroe T. Griffis son of the world. Upon J
for shore. And coolness of the crystal remove and beat until smooth (do C. Mott, Saturday night. home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Griffis of will probably be J
The situation is all the more deplorable because there streams. I not melt). Return to freezer and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter Raud Starke Is serving with Co. B, of the major Air FJ
exist. The 1939 Florida In set on number 3. Serves six.I Fifth Cavalry Regiment of the. for
Is no excuse for it being allowed to There are no jewels my I two daughters were in Gainesville Crews, :Miss Lnbedta Ptnholster on-the-Job e jj,
Legislature: passed a law with plenty of teeth covering all of dreams, I I Memorial Day Is set -by the on business Saturday. ; and T. B. Plnholstcr visited Eldon First Cavalry Division at Camp first-line operational

-these offenses, specifically in Kingsley Lake. Property owners Only the light of eyes long President for everyone to pray for Mr. and Mrs R. F1, Gano visited Baxter, who Is a patient In the
of Kingsley certainly pay enough cash into the coffers of missed. Peace. I hope that you all have Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and, veteran's hospital In Lake City
Clay County to warrant a little service for this money--at. The Ivory palaces for some, I said a prayer In your heart even son and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ganc Sunday afternoon. Wo wish hima JACUZZI MYERS
least some small show of protection from this dangerous nuisance. For Saints 'exalted,-I would though not uttered aloud. This of Gainesville Sunday. speedy recovery. WATER SYSTEMS
come week, I will say, "O Father, makeus Little Sandra and L. A. Mott, Mrs. Guy Harrell and children
To follow, learn eternally I humble, make us to understand Jr., of their grandmother Miss Mary Jones visited Mrs.
were guests and
,It is reported that one man with children carries a gun Thy truth 0 Man of Galilee! what is In the hearts of I Mrs. Relta Brown, In Oliver Hayes of Gainesville Sun- Keystone Well! & Pump
4 'with him down to his bath house and has sworn to shoot the Bid me awaken one glad day'others; make us to love Thee more High Springs last week. ,
first speed! boater or water skier who harms one of his fami To wander down a leafy way I that our lives may be a living example Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wethering- day.Mrs.. Hershel Layfield and children ,
ly. This is rather a drastic remedy, and most citizens would And meet Thee, Lord; then let I and bring Peace to those ton of Gainesville and Mrs. W. H. of Gainesville visited Mr. and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA
prefer not to take the! law into their own hands until every me wear about us and keep shining around Hinton of Waldo visited relatives Mrs. N. C. Mott Saturday after
i 1 means is exhausted to have the laws enforced by the proper For crown the glory shining the world. In Jesus name. A- here Friday afternoon.Mr. SERVING STARKE & VICINI

authorities. If, however, these efforts fail, who can blame a there, MEN." and Mrs. L. A. Mott and noon.Mrs.. Luclle Baxter of Jacksonville
man,for taking any means at his* disposal to protect his chil The words Joy, of listening to Thy:I I It is real chilly here. Don daughter Jackcjuellne} were in visited her parents Mr. and PIPE pj

dren from this menance which la just as real and just as Out with the children, flowers has gone to Sioux Cltv. 'He wi" Gainesville Monday. Mrs. Wade Harrell last weekend. CUT & THREADED SER
,dangerous as any other to which they are subjected? and birds. be home In time for supper. He Misses Jackie Green<<: and Betty Mrs. Rosa Ptnholster attended

;would be much more satisfactory for all concerned! if -Maud Frazer Jackson I.I' Is going to get himself some new I
the offending persons through their own innate (though apparently The above poem is "Prayer of clothes-whole new outfit. He
( submerged) consideration for the lives, limbs, and :a Shut-In." To each of us heaven always' looks so nice when dressedup. -
I I I have been painting closetr
s'' property rights of others would stay out of the swimmingArea may be pictured a little different. and meant to paint the bathroom
between the shore and the grass. There is plenty of Uke the above poem I do not want today but it Is dark and rainy

water outside the grass for all the skiing, speeding, and any such things as precious Jewels and cold. I've been busy, though,
other activity in which they wish to indulge. Admittedly, and gold streets for eternity as I!I putting things back in the closet LOVETTSTARKE

they might not be so well seen by the folks in swimming or Saviour my portion.and learn I would from meet Him-to my My gardenias are growing. One
on shore but that is a doubtful "pleasure" which the non- day this week It was up to 9C
enjoy the beauties of nature to
skiers will be quite ready to forego in the interest of safety. see old friends and my dear part!,degrees. the Don just now calledhe -
is at store. He was bring.

l MAKE FLAG DAY MEANINGFUL ents silent The who road.days have fly so gone swiftly down and that It|Burr-r-r-rt ing a new! I May am tag out stove on the home.sun FLORIDA -- Prices Good Through! SAL JUNE 1 II

I There's no better day than Flag Day, June 14, to join will be June when you read this.'porch and I am cold. Hal! I am

;the great Independence Bond Drive. For :Flag Day is a day We are all going down the road Don always Is back.so happy when I I know
to and consider the advantages of land. And high Whoopee CLUB OR SIRLOIN
pause our toward eternity, faster and faster. God bless you all, t
'Among these advantages is the opportunity that can be yours t need must atop to meditate Love,
when you join the Independence Drive-an opportunity to what I most want from life whileIt -Lura.
Jhave money to start your own business. .an opportunity to lasts for me. I want most of 6SKINLESS
give your children a higher education. .an opportunity, in I, all to,be able to do good In this .., STEAK
:short, to have the'money you need to do the good things you world. To work at some worthy lb.
tank, to
I love people more and
:have always wanted to do.. I IJ more, to make husband
J The Starke Elk's Lodge, in cooperating with Elk's clubs' fortable and happy-to my feel everyday com-

hruaghout the Nation, Is lending its support to the nek-pen--I I am nearer to God; to send COLONIAL
dance Drive by actively soliciting the of I!
purchase Savings up a prayer many times a day, LOCAL DRESSEDFRYERS
Jkmils. ,J I for help and guidance; for thanks FLORIST
: Take advantage of this opportunity today. .join theM and say just "Jesus I love Then Pork
: Independence Drive. For your financial independence, buy I and thank Thee." What a privilege "* WEINERS
..' U.s. Savings Bond I It will be some day to see FLOWERS'
I our Lord face to face. Oft time. 49

i. U_ ___ I Ir. I hear myself calling "Mama" FOR ALL OCCASIONS 'lb. lb.
r. aloud; I still miss my dear mother'and lb. 29c I ,
she has been gone twelve C
t. RU-EZE TABLETS years. .,.

Today Is my son's birthday. He
;. Sure relief for Arthritis, Rheumatism, and Muscular Is thirty-two years old. Just a () ASSORTED COLD MCUTS HICKORY SWEET BREAKFASTBACONlb.
perfect age to begin' fulfilling
Aches and Pains, Money back guarantee. one's youngdream* Thirtytwoyears DISH GARDENS lb.

ago today I was a young
I $2.50 tirl of twenty, and life lav In frontof POTTERY .
me, and I was a bit bewilderedand
there was a war raging In POTTED PLANTS
Europe then. Those of you who BACK AGAIN!' FRESH
0 read this and have passed all along FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
the way with me know the anxiety, MULLET lb.
I.h the hours of labor, the hours of Nona St Stark. TENDERAY BEEF Cut To Order
happiness, too. Every day some ",
: Where Your Physician'sWishes of the people, no doubt near' and
dear, pass over on the other side Del Monte SlicedPineapple 46 U6. CAN FLO
'We should be humble, we shouldbe r

Become Realities ,'But will more there not respond loving are a and few to your people more feeling kind who Save Time, Work, ORANGE JUICE 29c Pt:

., of love and nearness of the and Money!
,.-.......;-...... proaching end. Have not ap-
.. you
.' found it so? I have. I just pray, Pounds Of Your No. 2Can WALDORF
:., that much more and think surely :; 27 e
\'. Edilk rl :'stand the Lord some will day.help them To be to friends under-,I, Laundry Done In TISSUE 4FOR29 1 0lbe

'and be happy. That Is the way Only ,
b I the Russians misunderstand and
., Interpret our every act as hostile. Minutes. It Is DOZ. LARGELEMI

.l')!!. : When I first came to town there Washed Spotless PRIEM SARDiNES FOR c
r lived on Main street a dear old 40 3 25 (
(' ;minister and hla darling aged wifeI 'ly CleanReadyTo
called upon them very soon Iron! ,
: Last September I returned home
i' from the hospital In time to help 1 LARGE SIZE APPLE
Cents Is All It
bury him. I have before me some '
of his Here' 37' c 4'
.k is one poems called and Paul writings.-The Aged:!I 40 Costs! Try Our JELLY. 25 '

That is where I have arrived.I I .
Service Soon!
l tt TIME Is bringing me noar to
r "The Joy of My Lord" SUPERBRAND VALLEY PRIME 303 CAN '
Happily I shall soon be Included -I
f.irtar'Ihl f. among The Washeteria 10
t, That "Great multitude, .whichno OLEO PEAS Sweerp Pot
,'p.\ man can number." I S25 Temple AvenueHOWARD'S .
The Inummerable company of
i The general\ assembly and
church of the first born. 1.ge lb. Sib.25
5 Lb.
; To God the MEAL
:<'fir.i;: "When your physician decides certain drugs will To the spirits judge of just of men all. made ,

f';'. help you, h. write a prescription but it takes And perfect to Jesus.

., the skill and knowledge of sn educated,experienced Majestic, loving adorable, gra- TROPICAL ARMOUR'STOMATOES
cloim, gentle Jesus
u1'i pharmacist to translate your doctor's desires into What words can express the

', ..I health*giving! disease-fifhtinf medicines. There Personally rapture? changed by Him to I )rli ltll'T MILK

"j lore, you want the best in pharmaceutical service be like Him! 'I ,
i His name was Rev. George Bray, -
I I 1 -..and that is what,we are prepared to offer. and he was born in England. Real- -
ly a grand old man. I can see him
now In his black robe to his*,I No.2 e
'j t .e TallCans
ket with purple velvet lining. I
Call on us for reliable drug
'was looking through old Utters
and found his writings. I and health needs at worthwhile 2
.f CLAY IinX--Such nice

DRUG STORE Is from out and my they dear are children.all busy.School, saving scrupulous We pride exactness unelvro which on Cans

J : good crowds at the Long Branch
# goes Into every single preacr'p
K 0 C H church. God la very near out at
i'y; FREE DELIVERY Clay Mill. I found.HELPFUL tlon we fllL
HINTS: I found out
! Phone 53 Starke, Fla. about straw hats that most of PHONE 79
them can be cleaned by sponging
, Temple Avenue Starke Fla. You Get What's
i with soap and water then dry- Advertised At Starke Leading Food SioIUN
Ing with a soft cloth. One can


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evening. On Sunday afternoonthe will continue her 'If
studies .
choir Journeyed to Hawthornto summer session of the University at th. HOLD ON, CLAUDE! nradford (County Tol.rraph aliA ItlIubll.1I i 17th day of May., A. D. 19SO. \. W. Chadwlck. Jr. 127-11 CltjrHutldlnr.
TON attend the Sims Bong concert of Florida. Gainesville. IH.U.M.thIs' Order In next four A. J. THOMAS! Clerk. Circuit' Court Itt. AUKUatlne KlorMm.
weakly .iSKAl.) My }haven Croehr. l II. o tor Plf. ...
Atty. -It 4 *
Miss Wlln it hand .
my and official !
Norma .
Sweeney ** Wm. II .ieter. Attorney for Plain-' _
Mrs. T E. Simmons arrived
returned tc r-'TflT--r
at 'Ia.rk" Florida ihl 1U6QUKKIC1AL .
this week 'ii--- May 30. lift Atlilream 401 ()uhf lAti BullilIIIK N OTICHNotice
M. C4)tI home from Bryan Univer ( KKAUt: A. J.
Tlx.man. ,
her Saturday spending Jarkionvllla' Klorlda In
hereby to all whom
city Dayton Tenn., to I ___ A. Clerk cif .nl several days In a Jacksonville hospital spend[ he Br Haven Crontty., Deputy CUrk. I may concern: That all creditor
summer vacation. I John J. M.ndernnn. : '...-., and Plalnmntl of the ..tat* of CMKi
where she underwent a nose Ave KMII 4Htt Colonial In Clrpnlt ( Hredfnrd fount. M. Wll llama, deceaaed are to film .
Mrs. Thos. F. Brown Jackaonvllle. viorlila KlttrMn I In Hanrerr their. ., .... I
WUktn operation. Mrs. J. C. and Frank respective plalma aiialniit e tKntata
Wynn I'lf
Atty.'for .
was .
Mrs c E Brown: -l 4t is.tIn : Opttnxle I' Ja<>kHi>n, Plaintiff, v.. with the (' K.
d the a patient last week In Alachua attended commencement ; 4t rirpult Vernun: 1> ,I.. Jarknon..: Upfvnilant lerryman, of :rrodlro'.t:;
yule snnounce exercises at Stetson Untversitx .. r..art. llralford Tonal*, Cnwe N.>. 71)04I Florida, within eliiht (5) raleiutermonth '.,
County Hospital Gainesville but florldal Chanrrrr. ;
Sara flrF >r4pp ft l'uhllrstlrn .
daughter Deland. on Monday. : fran r.llllunnliinn : : : >llpp :To from"' the first piihllcntlora e>f
their t, to Sgt. Is much Improved. C. R. Throck. '.. I'lHlntlrra.. Marches, Choice.. HTM'U or >llll> \ lotprnon this notice or their clalma will k*

day June of Mr. and I morton Is receiving: treatment tot Mrs. Edith Van Alstine left last ,. Marchci-e._ n<>rvlnMnt Frank(...... Mnlvatnr N<>, TD2HOrder *. > iiiu.i. hale adlros.Jackson. I. In., wlu.ne..real- !ttarrpil'i.. fl.by,_the.!:__'Mtatutea.... nfF.vlndo 141D1L&dnnte .- "

:0"11 sc.n of Hampton. i an ear. Infection at Lake City Veterans week MIcl1I for. a visit v 1th friends u Ai' >i>.......f"I'VIK I'nhllrallon OK ..,...nIIlO'..1 Setic.'lot'!'..I I nertca, ZthhInVi'n.uieIi l ; ; 'Mouth"A-l l"v"" '>"'\'I'I.tnJo Admlnlatrafor." it:,
an.I ..
sr I.tt .
WD. In Hospital. Frank KiilvaKir March....>., whox.realri .., B'la. 6126-4t-III| < |
wss performed Gladys Bundy was ..nr. v among! those June 19. ) In >1reul '...
In $ .
at Folka Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cox ot t ( wood I'lHOf, canUaninnn. 11)50. the ahve named Cnnrt nradford & '6
'tell Conner taking the 4-H Club short "ourse t California: Altu'l lno, Court and cause wherein. plaintiff Florldai ,.. Iknncrry '11
Brown will relJide Miami have been spending the at Tallahassee: this : seek. dlvon. anl cimloilv. ,and. .onHa..y Kmlen, Plaintiff v.. fanml !
q. week You am rccnilrnl' to appear on lCd of minor child. Hnilm .t''e".nl. f'/o',
husband Is past week at the home of Mr. and Itrlfiird.ufliy Case !'riA. 7918
Billy r July S. 1950 In Ih
her above
while HodRe of South Carolina, nnmril Telettrnph shall pulillMh this Oiflor Order' of Publication and Notice TAppear I
Mrs. H. D. May. They have Court anil rniin. wherein plaintiffirka In next four ."
Ga. Is visiting: his \ : ,, weekly lamieaWlineaa STATK OF FIXIHIOA TO: .
Albany cousin li\orc ,
Dudley Har. & (
i-iiHtoity o minorrhllil. Fannt.
the. F. B. Hall hand H.d..n. whoa renld.nc. and 'f'.
purchased house inclforil foiinly mv: and official *ealnt
Teli'urnph Htaike' .. addreea I la. 14.1 Navy Walk. Brook
dy.Mr. Florida. thin Iii'
shall May 17. 11)50)
pUlolloh ihl Oiilor In '
and to In
next four
expect move Iyn. N.wu..k:
of theunjoYed and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft weekly l..ne,. (OFFICIAL 8WAI. A. .1. Thomas" iYo.i
peoples choir Aa Clerk of iiald Court' are required to appear on
Miss Martha Home returned Lauderdale and Pompano. Wltnemt official I neal 1 llnven Juno itth !19"1.! 'In the above namoil f"
the month- were ; rr\.d:: ,:: \ : TJv Crosby, ln-puty clerk.
at tilarko, ,
Southern College Lakelandon I' guests last week of Mr. May .10, ID&OUJKrlCIAI T: Flank .andruin, Mtarke, Florida. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
and from and Mrs :
of Mr. i-llO.M.) A. J. Thnmaa,
home Ally. for I'lf o-lO aneka tllvorc. and award 4>f minor
the last Friday' Wednesday of last week. SheAREZ' W. A. Saxon. Jr., and other relatives. An Clnrk of ci%ii ,Coil Vt 4t 6-0 children i to Uefendent, PTadforel
cks, Sr. I' 1I1 fly Hnvrn Croubv.: IiKixity Clerk 'r... ('lrruht'orf. llrniHord County Teleirraph. shall iiublleh tbtot IP'I. '
T. Frank' ,.d"ul1l., Stark, '......, .
__ ; Florldn. < ). Klorliln.' I hnn. I Order In next four weekly l.nu n.Wltneea ,
The Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Carter Atty, for JMf. 8-1 it 8-2: I II. Penjnmln Kranklln' \'...AI".1. my hand and official eveS ''Ir
and Mr. tire *'. Mabel Kathryn at Hiarke, Fliirlda, title May 14. 111.0. :'
STORE Men's Clothing and Mrs. Eugene Simmons fin-UK fimrt. lI.n.U..r.1 Cu laut7, cey, rwfemlitnt tOFFICIAU. WKA1.) A. J. Thnnwn.AM .
Established' 1894! II II11I! and SOfl. Wayne of Winston Sal. I'InrI.Ia' la t h"n........ ', Nt.)1ii.'h: TO APPKAH' A.NT OltDKlltv C'lwrk. of ...h. Courts.
em, N C., tnrIa A. nuni-nn. 1'lulntlff, vn MAr. tIlt .'t't't.li'1'htld: Ify tlnven f ciimhv, I eiuty ClericT 'v
were weekend visitor?! V.. Duncan IVfvudunt, I'.... NoOrupr Tim NAMK OF'TIIW' : HTATK: OF. Flank I.amlrum. Attv. for Plf- '1
of R. O. Simmons and Mr and 7914. FI.OHIHA : TO: Mabel kathryn' 112d-4I'StlSJ: {'
Mrs. K B Watterson. 0'. Publication ,...t Nntlrr Tn AdiniH, Yanoev whoa .",,1..... la ----
.M>|>..*.. "I' ,'1''': OK Kl.Olllllt It', Ked Ollk. VlrKlnlii.Yon In ('.Ircnl ( ....1'1. Ilradford C0mmtr. '.
Waldon Wadsworth or the mer. Murkea. IMinfail, whoue reHliloiiL1. ar* hereby. notified. that a "'lorlilMi In t Scenery I
REQUIREMENTS chant marine la unknown: 1 Kill of I Complnlnt t i for dlvorr I him I llyman I Aii>le.lutum, Pin I n I Itt, Va. b
[ YOUR service has been You are required. to appear on I been fllil I In thla Court, on Ihla dny 81 I fl 10. Ap|>!ebaum Alno known n*
spending some time at his home '-, July 3, in 50, ,in th. ah..ve l nan" '*il' Hiculnxt you by lleiijiiinln, Franklin Ma. AppUlmum), l>ttrol>d.ellt. Cn_ ,
.Uturt and CHUH, wherein I'hl.rl,, I I I Yanrev' and you are hereby. required No. 7914.
To iraae With Slade I here.Mrs. aexfca liver.. Kradford County Tel.eirraph I to appear" th..reto at .lbs of. Order. of PuMlcutlon, ami Nnftc To>
pays Fred Whidden and children | allah .putillah thla Uiiler, In fice of the Clerk, of thla Com.t at Appear HTATK IIP FU>RH'A TO \
and Larry Van next four weekly liiaiina. Htarke" Hradford. County Florida. Minnie Applebaum" <( GASAppliances Alstine are spend- Wltnmv hand anti official. .seal.. the 13th day of June, 19(10.) el l"6 Ma. ApplnliaunO' whoa ridnca *
ROPANE v' ing the week with relatives at ----- L. ...._, :. I at OFFICIAL Htarke. KIoi!BRAD' Ija, IhloJu..el.I96I1.TllXmaa 1 .. decree' pro cvnfeaio will be enturd and atl, .lre...n l I.., 1501 NeLson. Av.n.....
Cocoa. - --- A.1. affalnat you. Hronx, Now 1'ulk.
GAS I A" Clerk of acid & ,.urt. It iff further ordered. Ih.t'lh...
You r.qulrefl to appear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas'' "Every dog has his day" and judging by the above photograph ny.,. Haven. Cronby l>i>puty, Clerk.: notice. publiahed. on,'. ear h week I June. 16 are 1980. In th.. ubov. iu mt t"f. 1 1'

ADE) GAS COMPANY; Inc. and children attended the family I Clumsy Claude Is certainly having his. It's a far cry from a dog J"Japkaonvlllo. K. Hklpper.. Florida' hi Uraham" Hid.., to for the four return conaecutlv.day mated wneka herein. prior, In I Court:. divorce and riiuae, Hradford., wherein County' ptalntliraeekn T.h.- :

reunion of Mr. Thomas family. pound to the rumble seat of a motor scooter, behind a private chauf-l' Ally. for I'lf. 6-1 4t. -JJ I the Starke Hradford., County. Telegraph hill i "" ..1,1.hAIl publish this' Ocd.r Km .I
I Florida.Wltneita ..
near Branford. on Sunday. four but that Is the rags-to-rlches story of Claude. It seems that just I ,. r..lt ('...rt. llmiUortl ('oa.'".I I my hand and official seall. next\ four toy weekly. hand luiuevtneiia and offternl real !
:. Call St. Starke Fla. Mrs. J. M. Maxwell Mrs. J. W. I before KlorlUa | In Chancery.Kdwartl I at "Mtaikw." Florida, tlili 13th day. of at Hlark.' Florida this May' >4, It60.. ,
Christmas young Bruce Durclen. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.I I : Taylor, "I'lalnllff. ".. Wllhelmln I May. IDtO. OFFIL'IAI., KKAI: > A. J. Tho",,..,
Boyd Mr. and (
Mrs. Leo Wigginsand Durden of Jacksonville Beach and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor Defendant. Ci,.. No.I A. J Thorns.I A. Clerk ol aalit Court .
daughter of Jacksonville, 7005. Clerk of II,. Circuit' Court: tlred.I ny haven Cro.by Iienutr. Cherkford '
TYPES OF were Ritch of Klngaley Lake, read in a Jacksonville newspaper about the Order of Publication Anil Nolle Ta I County Florida.' T. Frank. Lamliuni Ally. for fitHtftlka \
FOR ALL Sunday visitors here. Appear. HTtTK OK fl.OHMIV :I Feritnaon, Jopllnar, Lake ( '
I City 012l.tt.IIII
sad fate of homeless pups who were doomed to death In chamber Wtlhelmlnti I "'Ia.
II a gas Tuylor. w hn* 1'.101.' Florida Attorney.for Plaintiff, .
EST CONTROLWRITE I unless some kind person would give them a home. The rest of the I I\Vhlt6Mtun0 York: l onv Inland TII'I I 5-19 4t I-I I. C'lrcult (.....I. Hradford ('...<7.- I ?

OR PHONE story is told eloquently by the above photograph which shows Claude I You are required to appear, In (''''''nlt (...or5.Ilr.dfo,4. (....,,., Ad"l"inrIhui hail I to Newton theerery.(IlaintIff. ".. Ie.
SUNNYBROOKIC Juti. III, 1950 In the ahoy .. I KUtrliln' I In t hnncvry.W. 1I".n."t.. C..... II.
CONTROLnd dressed in Fletcher aim Newton
IDA PEST a high sweater and dungarees Just like the students Court and CHUNH wheieln plaintiff Frederick Itelnhard. T'lalntlff' 11104.
at the beaches as he rides behind Bruce on the elaborately SeekS. divorce Hrartford County, Teloffraph ".. KtHlulit' Helnhard, Defendant.. ...tI.r..r Pnnllcntlon "".. Kl.Or* ''"..
| CHEMICAL CO. MH! Wanda Crosby Khali pulilliili this Order In Cano No. 7HOIOrder .?. 1'1'1' IhV 1"1..111. I'OI I
5CC. fl
I decorated scooter in a recent parade event In which they won honorable next four weekly. is,'u,,. l>f Pnbllcnllon And "Intleo Tn4paenr lease N.wton,, whose r..ld' ...nc. atlt*
tia. St. Gainesville Ph. 6035 mention. WII n.... inv hand and official peal NI'tl'M Of KI.OHIII TO, address I In unknownlYou '
fiu. Joyce Crosby is at Hliirke. Florida, tlila May IK, I960OFFICIAL. Klaiidn. Itelnhard. whim. resilience' .are required' to .pp.... onJun. >
All Household spending twc
Rodents Pests ( HKAI.' : A: J. Tholnan" and |....t offb'o addreea I. City ofAiinaxhlcolu ID, 1)00> In the above o.m*..
i iir; Flame Proofing weeks visiting her cousin, Ardelia ; A. Clerk fit sail' ('",urt. Hlat.' of Pennaylvanla' : Court coil, .au.e, wherein. plaintiff
Hall In Jacksonville.Tommy Icy Lake Wednesday of last week weeks' stay In Plttsfleld, Mass., Rv Haven CroHhy, Deputy, Clerk You are rerjtllred to appear on ek> illvorca 4k care, cuetody Atrol etma-
Hay Helden, Sclilpti' 1 Iihlir, Dnytonn Jun.' tO. 1950, In the ahov. named of minor, rhlld Hriiilfurd: County
lluprctlon* and Estimate Given by Graduate Cain of Gainesville was!I Mrs. Joyce Futch. Mrs. Loll New York City and Wlnhlngton Mi>iu>h. Florida, Court nn<1 CHUM wherein plaintiff Teleiirapli. "hall puhllxh this Order I

| EBloniiil Klntn (University of Florida). I visiting here over the weekend. Wyrlck Miss Bessie Terry and!I D.C. Ally, for. I'll. 6-18 41 1-8 peek illvorca. Hradford County' Teletrraph In next, four weekly laaueM.Wltneaa '
shall official
publlNli this Older In my hand and ,
7 r B. Sapp Roy V. ItolgTRANSFER ; Misses Wanda and Mary Alyce mother Mrs T. J. Terry. to. Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Williams In The riecaM < <>nrt. Klakh Judicial nit four weekly iNNiiea at Htiirke. Florlila.. thin May II. "60. ,
Crosby and Jimmy and Sherman 'gether with Mrs. W. F. Moore were James Williams and Miss. Catherine Irriilt. In ".... V.. .r llrajfordfniMitr Wit"..... nw hand and official. seal' tOFIrICIAL HKAI<) A. J. Tho", .*. j
"' 10''''.. In t hancery No. at 1 Htarke, Flurldii. this May 15, 19Ml' A. Clerk of aid Court-
Crosby were recent visitors to attending to business and visiting Williams of Milton were guests TIH7.Uulf. OKr'U'lAI I$Jo1A 1.\ A J. Thotnaa, lijr lliivefi, Cro.by. Deputy Clara
Lake Butler relatives in Jacksonville Saturdayof I of Mr. and Mrs. J. U Williams Life ln.,iirnn<. Company* nrarnorntliin. A a Cleric of Ha'Id Cirt.I, I A id Tliomna, Jr., Stark*. ITIorid*. I
last week. from Sundiv I'lnlnllir.: ,.. o. W. WIIllniMN -1 fly llnven Croahv. licnntv' tlerk: : for I'lf. 5.9 4t 5-5 I
AND Miss Ramona Roberts of Lake until Frldav. 1 Jr.' pf .1. ItpfpnilnnfM.ISO .

LVAREZ&SON STORAGE CO. Butler was the guest of her uncle Phil the young son of Mr. and I Milo Seiglcr of Tallahassee. was "I'M H 01 HI IT !
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. J. H. Eunice. Is a patientIn the guest of Mr. and Mra. Bryan Lel in !Mae Wlllliuna i i i i llnnitnork and II

Crosby Sunday.Mr. Shadycrest hospital. We hope Vvhitiield this I past week. II. .1. Hammock I her htinlinnil. Uoute
2. I'errr.' Oeoritla; aol the unknownhelra !
We operate local and Mrs. Otis Crawford 'lie will soon! be well and at home I .. dovi....,.. irrantee, iiNHljtnN' .
and children were visiting In Pal- 'again. OF INTERESTADDRESSES I Ilenorn. creditor' I **, trtiHtppa utul othprclaimant ,
A long distance '* clalmlnff liitereNta In the .
atka Sunday. The 4-H boys of this area enjoyed land hereinafter' d..rlh..d. l,v,

anyuhrre In V. 8. Mrs. J. R. Kelly was a visitor tc an all day picnic at 1 Klngsley ihn.iiKh., .. undpr$r., di-c-eancil nr. .. ntmlnHt, o. XI 1 1Wlllllo" COURTESYin

Lake Butler Sunday. j 'Lake on Thursday of last week You are hereliy notified Hint 'K
EXCELLE..TSTOR.GE Mr. and( Mrs. Billy Crosby of This picnic was under the directionof The following new renewttl and suit has been tll..1 l neil loot you unit, '
!f. William. .1. ,unil, Nell '
chnnfre of addl'''-MI'S received by Mary" '
Lake Butler were visiting relatives County Agent T. K. McClaneMr. the Williams his wife. DeWitt C. Jonif nil the thoughtful relations of St rj -

here Monday. and Mrs. Jack Harvey of Telegraph will be of Interest nm Administrator, of the l Estate' ofI I
The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosbyof I Orlando are visiting at the homeof to reader: ). M *\\'IlllnniH,. Hr, ,, ...>i Htalpa .t Amvrlcn" In the
FACILITIES Linden have moved into Sunny. i ibrook."comjl'lumty. Mrs. Harvey's parents Mr Mrs. 11. Dahl, 18S3 Kelly: St. .nbovp-entll I I C-HIIHR unil you art* JM : as well a.4: careful economy in ..
For \Ve welcome and Mrs. J. C. Prevail Sr. Jacksonville. "'1\: hereby: required I to ..I'V" upon plitln- I
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tlff'a attorney who"" name anil adflrpUN the measure that it Is needed '
jrf. and ),Irs. FrankS Richardsof Mrs. Hester IU. -
UJel11. Their grandson Wayne Hall 4. Box appear, h. rpon, your urltipndpfnnapM I
er Thomas of Brooker is spendingtwo Lake City were visiting !Mrs\ R05 Florida State Sanatorium, If Il nv. to the hill of coin
See us first! In paul pull a mpv of' which
Richards' father J. E. Wall. Sr. Tampa. Fla. //1 .. ... .
.. weeks with them. I r t you hen>wltn I I ,, on or
Dalbert Thomas of Floral City last weekend. Mrs. Dora Wright Biitlervlllntnd. hpfrirH .Inno ill, A. 1> lAKO DeWITT C. JONES I
"" 'pin full not or ileirpa pro ('''n-
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O Mrs. David Boyer and son of ,......" will be. entered Htmlnftt' you
E. Crosby Sunday. Ocala are visiting Mrs. W. F. for the I, relief. prayed III Ihe bill uf Phone 7 Starke, Fla. II I
Aln A Peck Jcwett N. Y. complaint I ,
Moore and family.We The nature of pnltV stilt beIng for I
are glad to have Mr. and Bervl D. Casey. FFC3-C, Fox forpcloHiire on the following de* I Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur I
Dlv., US3 Columbus. CA-T4 errlhpd property:
Mrs. Clyde Singletary and son of BW'4' of the Nl'i'4. Socllon 8<. Town '
LAWTEYI. Jacksonville as residents. of our FPO. New York. N. Y. ship II Houth, Itunire 22 I Miint; and I local funeral home enable. us to offer conveniences tn4 I I

Mrs.. J. 0 the Kn"t 14 acre of the Hill, at the services not otherwise available .
Kimball. Box lIT,
town Mr. the .
nQi- Singletary is new ,HK'4: of the NW'4' of Herllon' 24, :
H. Flitch barber In the Lawtey barbershop.I Glendale, M<1. Townahlp 5 Moult' Knnne 92 lOn-l.: : I I
I the Kant 14 ai-ren of tho BV4 nf the '" .. !
I L. K. Yarbrou h. SH7S Boon the HK'4 of the NWH nf Halil l HPP-'
that C. H. (Butch) Col- Pink Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. lion tt, TownshIp S Houlh, IliinK We furnish the highest type service at Iweace sirMI
Walnwrtght- 22 Kant helnir I alHO I dperillifid an the accept ANV! life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT
The marriage of Miss Marguerite K: E. Burnev. 130 \\'. 17th St., Kant 914 feet (if .the Houlh, (Mil fit It:1
son is. now associated NEW RIVER Jacksonville Fla. of the NWH of Hnrlloii 14. Town-, company, n. payment In part or In full on a funeral.
Wainwright of Lawtey to chit| B ftoiith. floor 22 raitt?
: with McGriff Motors Brassell of Jacksonville will be Joe II. Oliver Rt 2, Box 472 I Witness niv/ hand, anfl! the coal of Consultation carries no obligation. i '
l llv Mr" E. A. SappA Lauderdale Fla. Maid Court of "Htarke, I"'flrh"'hl.' t
of ..
head mechanic. He an event Friday evening. : -- I''
I ./ as 9. at eight o'clock In the Lawtey Woodfin O. llall, Jr., 6B10 SW l'

kis qualified to serve you Methodist church. No invitatlonr large,: crowd attended services list St., Miami Fla.

are being sent but their friends at Long Branch Monday night I I K L. Sunder change from

% \ on ANY automobile repair are invited to attend. Rev. Hmaley of Lake Butler gavel I' "*irke to Box 6154 Cross City
i work. the tressage. Everyone Is Invitedto Fin.Mrs. BE E MILES MONEY AHEAD. : '

=- The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist come to church Sunday and Anthony Cemenaro 553 W. AND

Church met at the' home of Mrs. Sunday nl ht. I Main N. Adams, Mass ..

S. Effle Miner last Tuesday for a Mr. and Mrs. Dalbert Thomas of Mrs. A. A. MacDonnld. change

social and business meeting. Floral City visited Mrs. Truba. from Jacksonville to Starke.

test UsedcGriff Mrs. Mary Dinkins is visitingher Hodges Sunday.Mr. I I Charlie C. Parker change frpm I

Equipment daughter Mrs. W. M. Pope and Mrs. Pete Sapp of Starke to Box B40 care Fin. Power TRADE FOR A DODGETODAY !

In Jacksonville this week. Palatka were visiting Mrs. / Ira & Light,: Co., Madison Fla.

o Members of the Lawtey school Merritt sail the E. A. Sapps Sun- Hoy DiiKtrl"s, change from Starke It

faculty are attending the county day. I, to Fit 5, SiIem Ind. -

work-shop In Starke this week.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.\ Joe Dowling of Mrs. Henry I'edcrncn Oiling

and Mrs. L. H. Futch are also Live Oak were vlslllng Mr. Dowl- Crew No. D, Colorado Springs

Motors i attending this affair. Ing's mother Mrs. Rhoda Dowl- Colo.I .

(101lnl'll1..1.: [ Ing. Monday. I I Ivan N. Ber-kopf change tromI fmE I '
City Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver of I Keystnne Heights to IS Main St.
The Lawtey city council met in _
( I Gainesville spent the weekend with boro. Pa.
fw Automobiles' CMC Trucks session last Monday night
Al'een' Call from
change Gainesville
I Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody. -
All 'members were present. Geo
to Graham.
Corner Temple Ave; & Pratt St. I L. Patton of Starke also attended I _
3 I Mrs. J. K.: Edwards 101 Mar : L : .
-.- Starke, Florida t this meeting In his capacity a* ket St., Brookvlllo Ohio. -

_____.__- sss=rrrs rsrs s-eJ ) city attorney. The council agreedto STATE FARM John B. Dje, change from Ft
the school!
assist In Improving Lauderdale to
Rt. 1. Box 403 ru
I I B Mn. Bryan Whltflrlil
1 playground by helping to put til-1 > Starke.

I| ing In the ditch along the side of Edward P. MulcAhy.! 119 Graham _
,- '- I t I '!!!"!!!!!!! L..__ I!!'!!!"!!!"!! ,! I|I the Softball diamond. I I IBill' Bl'lir, Jacksonville' Fla.H _ ___ ___ ,
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I -=. =- 1 = r I --- 1 Vacation Dance _ _______________________ I
H. Sol let t
4623 Bay Parkway
Freddie Dinkins Is spending the I The Community Club building _ _
I I in Avon Park with rel- for the, Brooklyn 30, N Y. ,

Summer e Dry Cleaning Rates :I atlves.summer I was dance an sponsored attractive by setting the Club Fri., Road.Miss Orlando Myrtle Reddish Fla. tnterlaken _ _

Mrs. Martha Bales and daughter day evening June 2. Appropriate I!
Mrs. H. H. Thornton, change
Jacque and Martie have gone tc I placements of summer blossoms''
I from Tampa to Raiford.

ITS I ': Miami The lights to make have their been home turned there on]I were room peter The throughout reireahmenl the party iaoi I Mrs. J. L. Peek. Newton. Ga. Now. make your new car dollar worth more ., ':

at the softball diamond on the was beautifully appointed. Covered Is f"rr.tt e.,..'. Hr..'",. C..f. l

D PLAIN I school campus and the boys are with a white linen cloth I, Violet 1"1".1"' Victoria. ,. ('''a..r smith.. Plaintiff, VI. 1 LhtI'i the R"G&R Dt.LAM VAIl'S; VOIIIIP' beetS liirlil sm! bilge rear "{.il'lure tindgw" give! fullvuuliilily "'f
practicing for games during the I Its centerp'ece! was a green bowl William.. .a;. Hmlth I Ueftndant.: CamNo looking for! Longer/ wiuler, higher on the for safer driving. ..- '

summer. filled with white roses and this I I 4rJ.r 1919 Of ....""....... ".. v.11.. .T. I.*..|IIIF.. today's hug, l.MI/I"\/ gives; you liea.l The big 11gheomjuression'Gel.Away"engineroom. | | ; .
s1Es. Mrs. M. B. Plummer of Miami!I was balanced by crystal trays of ."-U,. S I' 'TJol"'" P1.45111 I"CWilhI.m .,,.. |leg/ room rnl) nlmuliler. room ibal even lives you Dunning performance with gywl fluid j .

__ I and Mr and Mrs. Joe Shuford of decorative open-faced sandwiches ,, a44r0.S M. "'OlmIfh I. Tupp.r who.....k.rslI.nrsRn .. N..wy".k. more e*|>rniiive cam cant nial, <'h. I>rive to immtli" out every mile you drive let \ 4 4Ia1'

Jacksonville spent the There was excellent band and orzhestra > 2 0..... Sir,.!. Tupper Lak., \ e crate are ",..:.,.-...Irvrr' M you nil your I.alg. dealer eliow. you how' Dralge VALtK : 4 4reIlhile.I.

in Lawtey visiting Mr. weekent'l and square. and round I, x.yL; are rIr..4 t.. ipecac on natuntily
NTS parents Mr. and Mrs. dancing were enjoyed by employee July 3. 1990. In th. .hov. numxj .
I I' ('r urt sOd .,..uu. whpraln pl lntlrfi4.kn -- -- In lor "MACK Mill" rU. Prove DoJVLI ,.
ford and their friends. '< dlvore and euntndy of child. > for ,uu.U. Pue. bow Uodi make. 'I
DRy CLEANED : Mr. and ::.rrs. J. W. Edwards of, rohblenlon.' ilreeli rl l.Ie l lik.. purkways.Takro.. .. lKi
.25c Mrs. J, O. Godwin. GY R 0
and .
: Deland were recent visitors of j Mr ) I vincln.Mjgle: Mile<*leraonilriilion ride lacljy, ,
and their visitorsMr.
I Mr. and :Mri.: Dan Harley.Mr. Harold Godwin [ -

1RTS and Mrs. R. A. Harley and: and Mrs. Garland Godwin of MATICLOWISTPRICCD -t NEW BIGGER VALUEDODGE

daughters Mary and Dora :Lea Gainesville spent the past-weekendI I $SPECIALS A [S SFor _

I of Dorchester. South Carolina. j 1 I with Mr and Mrs. Jim B. Godwin] .

Full Insurance !1 were recent visitors of Mr. and !In Belle Glade. J ;
Coverage H. Harley. Mrs. W. J. Lang and her daughters I twBVI
Mrs. A.
All Claims Settled In Full Jack Darley who has been ta. Patty. Mary and Ann of Lake Saturday! TRANSMISSION 9 .

Alaska for some time In Worth were guests of Mr. and ,
I tloned in Wallace Wednesdayand Wool & Gabardine J ,... IUhl. .
0 the service of Uncle Sam I* now Mr. J. C f\T\ Inn TM | LOOK A T TMI tNOWlOIR ROOM

visiting his mother Mrs. Hatl Thursday. Men's Suits 4. J A.wa..bJe..C..ew'Dodge denlin give. TOO lull Just a few dollars more H ,
lOur C//he. Are Mr. and Mrs. R. L. King and _... .. ..". Cool uidik *l boulder lead as well .11
SAFE With I Darley. Cherie ofMontgomeT .. Sell \.HfVn. .crimplnl.J. than the lovrett-prlted tarsi ..
I The O. J. Phillip family eturned'to their little daugHter. _ _ ._
ke home here Monday : )". Alabama arrived Dress Shirts .85

Dry Cleaners & their several days with Saturday to visit Mr. and JoIn. W.
Laundry after a visit of P. Roberts Motors
, Mr. and Mr. Fayte Reed of Macon O. Engram for a week. BARGAIN .
III r rI'
H. O. Bates
and MI
Free Pick Cp Delivery Starke. Florida Im | .I Georgia. of the Lawtey school and Mr.their daughters.i. Nancy and NICK'S HOUSE
Iembera 600
Barbara left Monday for a twc Temple Ave. Starke, Florida
outing at Kings-
.J 5: :I faculty enjoyed an a.


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while trolling

v Miss Powell HonoredAt Mr. And Mrs. Harley M. McRae: Observe his Tampa,cousin, seen, Donnie home on Hardenbrook leave, as Is speckled with perchrecently baas plugs in Lochloosa Barone88 Spotted Stackl.-b the oIlO\\1nc rr'1 It

J Golden Wedding Anniversary At Home whoa been on Guam. .Donnie I I. .Not done very often, I under. the Jax Journal
Linen Shower sporting' a flashy new convertible stand. .Lucille and Jessie Rick 'Vlaltlng ,In the Nation'101hr
: 1 i 1 celebrated her retirement from k
whose Those pix that Tony Stevens week wer Mr
: Miss( Betty Ann Powell the business world with a tour HU1b.!
marriage to Wayne Sargent wll' ., took of the BPW club members day vacation ,Just flshin'.and swimm Charles Morgan of Jacksonville and

i / be an event of Sunday In the Firs! '..'.t. with their new and old officers In' near Bellevlew, and with anew the State Johns of Starke If!!
Baptist Church, was the honor really turned out swell.And Chevrolet. Senator The) ven
-- guest at a linen shower Tuesday that's a very cute picture of Joann house guests' ofKoppy :Mrl \\' '
Residence June Caldwell Office. evening at the home of Mlar e't ''r !'Dlnklns In Hoover's window.( One of my favorite permits taHy.tU.M loo
Starke > 'I I Spotted Glenn Conner around the Koppy is the former ,
Ph. State Farm <45< Editor Phone* 29 Evelyn Newsome Judge George A Gardiner, will celebrate I p >
I Hostesses on this occasion were farmer's market Icing corn truck his 85th birthday anniversary of JacksonvillE Att Vp

, J< J< J< .. MUn Newsome, Mrs. Alice Mills y. and looking not quite as dignified as usual with a family reunion their friends In th. wj1area ?
Mrs. AI H. Harley and Miss Idol 1 >'I jaa the last time I saw him, In and dinner at the home of they proceeded i tl vZ":
Rev. Swindall Plans AnnouncedFor Landrum. :. cap and gown, at BHS commence his daughter Mrs. Z. J. Roberts City for a .long M.roara1!

Guest Of HonorAt Outlaw-Thomas Guests were greeted at the door R ment. in Hastings on June 14. Many: weekend"", .""" tain thel '

and Invited Into the living room by If to build happy returns, Judge!I. .Starke- and Huldah are back horn
30 everybody planning
Surprise PartyOn Wedding June after
decorated a wonderful
Mrs. Harley. The home was Starke dire receiving those long coveted trip
really through
Jeannette (Prle.t, Joneitwarded
with beautiful arrangementtat
Friday ,evening June :1, the Plans have been completed and might be a city some day after degrees from the University of a Gold
for the occasion. Key
Rev. Homer Swindall, minister of are announced today for the mar. gladioli all, .Edna and M. C. Wells are Florida last week included George work with tor Mtiu'
the First Christian Church web rlage of Miss Alma Thomas An appropriate game was en '*s e planning to start construction Flynn Jr., Antce Green, Delia the Glee Club; II,
'. honored with a nut-prise birthday daughter of Mr and Mrs. B. T. joyed by the guests with Miss r.,,( 'I Boon, and others making preliminary Rosenberg. Albert Kruse,, Hugh played University several of Florida and
party given by hie wife at their Thomas of Starke, to Lavern Harrison Hazel Fields/ winning the prize. plans include Candler and Ingram, Owen McRae and Doyle number on

home on Christian Street. Outlaw, son of Mr. and Mra The dining table was covered: 1 J.. ,i Ann Hayes, Buddy and Lillian Hazrn of Brooker. .Congratula gram Dept. before at the the Arts t J,

A unique entertainment in which B. S. Outlaw, also of thla city, with a lovely linen cloth and centered r '! s Bishop, Bill and Alyce Graham tions!, .Jim and Myrtle Deavei It to these Unlver.itv v
1 t .
\ Callstreeter
each guest told of the most tool. The wedding will occur on Friday with the crystal punch bowl -'ill' tJ u the Al .Kay Carllsles, and the Roy are vacationing with Myrtle's in the honors. to,

I Uh thing he had done wa hilarlously June 30, at 7:30: o'clock In the I II Silver dishes placed at interval/ ... : ,., Wards Quite a few of them planto folks, the H. L. Starlings, in Miami
1 enlo;: eel by everyone. Following I evening In the Flret Baptist I held salad, minta, and nuts. Mini ,; ts :; build near Dot and Bill Powell this week. .Irene Faulkner Well. wrm to he all for no,

I this the guests observed Church, Starke. The Rev. L. D Marlon McRae presided at the '. east of town. .A lovely location la pinch hitting tor Myrtle in the So long. .See you ui the n.r|
,! as the Rev. Swindell opened many Haines, pastor, will officiate. punch bowl. Mw .' :f j .The E. E. Lovetts caught two clerk's office .CliSunnyflcld
Miss Powell received lovely '
;i lovely and useful gifts. The wedding music will be presented II gifts which were opened and dis .. y'r'r. /.
The refreshment table was over. by Mrs. L. A. Canova I n --.- I i
laid with white linen and decorated organist of Starke, and by MIII'I played. .: : III.. ........ t-
Those enjoying this affair with .", ,"
J with arrangements of red Anna Sue Gamble, vocallat, ,-
the hostesses and the honor guest / /
roses. A lovely birthday cake Chattanooga, Tenn.
I were MLsa Betty Anne Flynn Mrs.J. .I "
decorated with candles and roses ;:? .
The bride-elect will be given In R. Chasteen!, Mrs. W._ E. Tllley, .
centered the table her and Seville
marriage by father, .
Mra. Richard Ray Mrs. Henry God
I :, Pouring punch during the evening Outlaw, brother of the groom, will win Miss Martha Sargent, Mlsr I Mr. and Mrs. Harley M. McRae noon gown for the occasion. WhlV ; J
Mrs. I entertained their home In Pine carnations formed her corsage. I
were Mrs. Clyde Colson, serve as best man. Jo Ann Dlnklns, Miss Patsy Eaves, at III
of Starke Sun the out of town guestf Wide Selections!
Swlndatl Level section
P. D. Reddish and Mrs. Ushers will be Robert Outlaw of Mrs A. H. Harley Miss Hazel west Among Easy-Td-Pay-Pricei
f Mr. Swindall had charge of serving of day, May 21, in celebration of their were: Mrs. Duncan McRae of \1
Center Hill D. L. Thomas Fields, Mrs. Betty Crawford Mist J
t the cake. Mrs. Havana Johns Starke and Ronald Outlaw of Marlon McRae, Mrs. Olin White golden wedding anniversary. They Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. W, R. l Kraft Old l lb.
t English
,, passed delicious sandwiches to the Jacksonville Jr., Mrs Martha Mitchell. Mrs. were married on May 20, 1900( In Wood. Mrs. Kate Powell, Mr ; lz e e e e .3 3
Kersey, Mr.
Starke. and Mrs. H. W.
guests. Miss Clara Thomas sister of the Robert Lappe and Mrs. Jeane New-
CO enjoyed this The residence was decorated and Mra. 1.. D. Green, Mr. and Mrs _
guests bride-elect will be maid of honor. some ,
J. Leonard Halman, and sons, Frank Bordens Cream Cheese 2.
event with the Swindells Including Bridesmaids will be another sis throughout >in white and gold glad- Grain .
Mr and George Mr. and Mrs. A. F Long ,
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, ter. Mlia Elloulsa Thomas, and Mrs. Brown Presents oil. The many lovely gifts

II 1/, Mr.Mr. and and Mra.Mrs.W. A.Charlie Bessant.Beaaley Sheriff Ga.Miss. and Beule Mlu Mae Margaret Scales of Thomas Homer Pupils In Recital displayed and Mrs.delicious In McRae the dinner dining received room.A servedon were Hall Edward F. I.. Conner and W.children,Johns Mr. ,,and Mr.Mr.Mrs.and and W.Mrs Mra.M. Rice lb.. . 15c A&P Cheddar Cheese, \ Ib. ,,

of Gainesville, Seletta Thomas was
and Mra. P. D. Reddish, Mra. young nelce of the brlde-elect Mrs. H. C. Brown presented her'pupil. the lawn under the shade trees Edwards, Mrs. Mamie Edwards Kraft Cheese Slices lb
Pearl Burnham, the Rev. J. Thomas will be filler girl. In a piano recital on Friday, to members of the Immediate family Mr. and Mri. Bernard Eggeri Meal! 29c t e t .3 3 3JIm
of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs., May 27, at her home. relatives and friends.Mr. and son, Johnny, the Rev. and
Robert Young, Mr. and Mrs.I All friends and relatives of the The attractive residence was Mra O. J. Raulerson, Mr. and Mra. .
couple are Invited to attend thr and Mrs. McRae received Halt DandyGrits N.Y. Aged Cheese lb. 5
Frank Hemingway, Mr. and Mrs. decorated with arrangements of B. E. Fetcher, Mrs. Florence .
Freeman Register Sr., Ben Kite, wedding and also the reception cut spring flowers placed at many guests during the afternoon. Lwanger, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W \ e e

Mr. and Mra. Clyde Colson and at the church Immediately following points of Interest tor the occasion. The refreshment table was placedon Sikes all of Jock onvllle; Mrs 5 lb. 33c Mild Cheese lb.

daughter, Elaine, Mr, and Mrs. the ceremony. Those taking part In the recital the lawn against a background Lillian McRae Mrs. Clyde John lona Longhorn ,
Cecil Douglas and daughter, Clara were Bob Smith Elolse Dobbs, of hibiscus, and .was covered witha son. Mrs. Price Cecal Mrs. Lorens
W. M. Edwards Mrs. Rich; PetersonMcDavidJames Jacqueline Parker Butch Smith, lace cloth and decorated with Hayes Mrs. Ella Neal, and C. R Flour 25 Ib. Cheese Food
Bed English, Mn. S. R. Johns; Linda Johns, Charlene' Hardy, gold and white gladioli and white Neal and daughter, Rachel of Ched-O-B t, Preece. American 2 lb 8
Mrs Havana Johns and daughter McDaniel of Jacksonville Henry RIcharde, Anne Johns, tapers. A thtte-tlered wedding Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs. George Helna Cucumber Fre h
Porothy, Mr and Mrs. Harry Beach announces the marriage of Patty Lawson, Florence Brown cake formed the centerpiece, and McRae and\ daughter, Blanche, of

Lappe and daughter. Beverly, ila daughter, Mary Ellen, to Jamey Jane Richards. Nancy DuPre, was served to the guests by two Tampa; Mr. and Dire Duncan Me Pickles 23c A&P's Own Crcanifiy'

Mr. and Mrs. Cyril 'anlre, Mrs. A. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs and Allese Lawson.Housewarming. .. granddaughters Mra. Helen Sapp Rae of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. E. e e .
Ara Moltt, Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. Dorothy Eggers. The J. )McRae of Waldo; Mr. and Mrs A AB Corned Beef Tub Butter
Frank O. Peterson
McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Albert of Starke, in Event Misses! Gwendolyn and Shirley N. E. Morgan and Mrs. J. C. Crew n
Newman 8r., Perman Roberts, Folkston, Ga., on June 2. I ,, McRae poured punch Little Ar- of St. Augustine; and biro Sue Hash 29c y
Mr. and Mre. E. A. Winkler Mrs. Mr. Peterson Is employed by I At New Howe Home I delta Hall, another granddaughter' MyrIck of Lake Geneva. e e e e lb. 69c

Mary E. Wynn Mltseas Helen.' Humphreys Gold Corp. and they I i had charge of the guest book.I About two hundred and fiftyguests ,
Adkins and Betty Dyal. will make their home in Starke. I A very delightful affair Thurs, Mrs. McRae chose a white after- called during the day.
day evening of last week was the I
1 I 9M 1/tMe tJQd '1Iake--
I | surprise house warming honoringMr. EaUlt9--1ItMe @ 4e r"S '/
and Mrs. Raymond Howe at
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their new residence in Starke. 'R "

See Your r Jeweler's Window lovety The and guests useful arrived gifts and bringing took I Steal

Mrs. and Mrs. Howe by complete How often have you bought a steak at a bargain'! price, only tot

i 1 surprise. disappointed when it was served! Tough, }lots of bone and fa
July 1st A delightful program was enjoyed Well that old summer solstice Imagine! .Seems that Vic Free ,. ''r little flavor. If that has happened to you you'll join the thou

as each guest was asked to (whatever that Is) is juat aboutto ind Curtis Malqne were celebrating sands who cheer A&P's "Super-Right" meth
i j' recite a memorable incident connected hit us and I'd much rather-b, Saturday night. .1 couldn't fine 'J of selling steak.
with his first home. Some out what. .Surely It wasn't that :
soaking up the water of Klngaley Here are five reasons why:
Interesting and amusing Incidents ahellacklng that the State Maintenance
He will Show the proof that he is an war told. Lake, than plucking these over Shop had just given the \ They're cut from corn-fed Aryl '

f AUTHORIZED BULOVA DIS Refreshments consisting of cook- heated typewriter keys. .But the Humphreys Softball team. .Any 1 rloalvely.
ies, ice cream, cake and Coca- dear public Is waiting, and the how Curt acquired a turned ankh ,
I TRIBUTOR. Cola were served. show must go on. .So here goes and hopped around tor severe.: / They're) selected!> "Super-Rlght"

: I Enjoying thla affair with Mr. days afterwards!. .And speaking x2 Ity, graded to conform to rusty
Mrs. of Keep hiwrlng fanclnaMng storei of ",
I' and Howe were members Softball-Red Griffin maintain AP standards.
Lttely about the /
; the Starke Tourlat Club. 'rt'8nhouaewhlch that bis SMS team will beat Law
take trlmrart' h
Only school supervisor Jessie Toung They're "Super-Right"
tey the next time they take them

t; part in thi.jiew BULOVA display! Beta Sigma Phi school maintains duties.in addition. .A lovely to her specimen many' ont., .Wanna bet Red?. _., 3 e fore fatThey'ro weighing to remote excess band

of her potted plants adorned Spotted Bobby Cameron and
See Our Selection of Beautiful Rings, Diamond The local chapter of Beta Sigma Ian Howe's Chamber of Commerce Mar- Freddie Wimberly on the Softball priced as low as potalHe,,I
Phi will hold Its regular meeting 4 give you the moat good rating' 'ie
Sets-Special for June Brides office last week and not so long sidelines with Bobby sporting s
at 8 o'clock at the .
Monday night
ago Grace Ritch's desk in the little bit too red summer tan and your money.AP
r home of Afro S. G. Demark. New
school board office was beautified lust daring anyone to give her a AU "Super-Right" Saab v
officers' will be elected at this time with a lovely Gloxemla. .. .Ever I I pat on the shoulder .Other interested 5 guaranteed. You ran stake jourif
and all members are urged to at
Gem Jewelry hear of 'em?, .Well, neither spectators: Garnita Huttc utatlon on a "Soper-RI6M" trek
tend. I-but Ifa a thing of beauty.hadl I and ex-Callstreeter Charlie Parker
'" The petal are the nearest thingto who Is tolling away In FF&Lt Quick Frozen DD 1'-18 Ib. Ave. 1 Ib. ffcelf Service Pkg.
ED *
/ rich red velvet I've ever _II. Madison office these days. .
Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector Mrs. Veda Webb spent last weekend Instead of saying "orchids tc Carol White and Mildred Sapp enjoyed Hen Turkeys lb. 55c Fancy Sliced Bacon lb 47
in Perry visiting Mrs. J. L you", from now on I1J. be saying a nice weekend trip to Miami ,

.. J< -II Burch and other relatives. HGlox ml.. to you" tor In my due to the bank holiday last Sat Florida I..Dzy<, lb. Ave

... opinion they're much more lovelv. .. urday. .Kate Struth told her Herman's
small niece, Kathy, that 'she ha4'

CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S Jane I* living up to its reputation always known her birthday war Fryers, lb e e e e e 49c All beat Weiners lb. 5
as the month for brides and important but hadn't realized that .

hear that Lucille Sweat and Dav. even the bank celebrated It. Julck Frozen Ready to Fry Brut. J
Weekend Fountain Yarbrough of Macclenny may b< Seems that Kathy was seven on
Special planning to mlddle-elele it soon. Saturday. Whiting lb. 15c
f Keep Your Health In Check! Willa, Vida Klllingsworth and Jimmy Charlr Hardrnbrook. of Uncle' . White Bacon lb. .2M 2r 2
: Peek tied the knot Thursday .
BORG SCALES evening, while Lyle Anderson and Sam's Air Corps, flattened lr

Mamie Smith of Gainesville made ... Choice Selection
$ A. Advertised In Ute their merger last week. .Who'i I

lr next!. .Glimpsed Eolln Smith FRUITS & VEGETABLESJumbo IIIJI
and daughter, Joann and Jlmml.Rowe .
r.1;,:. -. r 3 5956959.95 Industriously painting theli p .Bac -_

boat last week. .Said If they wert FL': Page Pure Z lb,
+ Guaranteed Accuracy going to use It all summer they STARKE Cantaloupes t ea. 25c 4:
Grape Jam .
( e could Junt get It In tip-top shape e .

... lint Lillian Bishop will be missed Frt.. Sat., fun 910DOUBLE Red Ripe Watermelons Ann Page Cherry Ib.
from the Western Union office FEAtrRE t I lb. 5c .21
r Preserve .
The Square Salad & Sandirich Satisfier .. '..She's retiring, and Lottie Me- .

Phaul of Quincy !la taking over. Jack Pot Jitters Green Ana 1
) Beans Ib. y q
15c laa Dress :
'. Two well-liked ('aU trH't4'l'' joined . g ,4'Ann
Delicious variety with creamed ; ..q:J forces recently when Carolyn Jo* Yule, Renee Riaao

cheese, vegetable, meat salad rt''; ,+ 'I Kinney and Johnny Redgrave wert AND Cuban Pineapples I 19c Ann Page Flavorful, qt.

fruit and taste-tantalizing sher- l ". .- married. .Heard that Lola Thomsr The ea . Mayonnaise .
C -
bert. and wed Cpl.when Norman Norman Saunders finishes planto hit MysteriousDes Fresh Cherries Ib. 39c _

5 5 tour of duty Seems that Marry e e e Ana Page Prepared li'/j;' ot. CanSPAGHETTI

Ellen! Andrews of Galne v1lle, e Peradon T ex. Yellow Onions
i DIFFERENT DELECTABLE former shared Starkette honors, and Muriel Starlinn 6c
In Graham
recently With Tim Holt

f SATISFYING! erll for.Long being-hoped-foe the youngest vacation moth Plus Short Serial Iceberg 60's Lettuce, hie .15c! 2 f for 25c

t fulfilled included that of Pat
!Sun, Man. Two,
Juno 11 IS ,
Lamb. who will take oft to Canada i White House Milk
for the entire month of August, 1 3 Tall Regular Bar
pu. R'IiuY i Lear Incidentally rat is rill BAD BOYLloyd Can S3C LUX'SOAP 2 for . 1
a Canadian citizen having never 6 Small Cans 33c ,
Our prescription service answers all of your prescription applied for her U. 8. papers. Nolan, Jane Wyatt Bath liar

needs any hour of the day or night. l We are as near as your ,Evidently.Audrey doesn't Newman like leaves paper the work'17th Also. News Short lona X.: .. J Can WAN,, SOAP, 2 for ?
y telephone-'Phone "6r for immediate service.CARPENTER'S. for Kansas City where sh:U visit Wed, Tb u..... June 1{. 13 Oleo Coloml . lie Bath Bar
friends and attend the Centennial DOUBLE FEATURE Qr. CAMAY 1
.S me people have aU the luck! NUTLEY lb. SOAP .
Illegal Entry 2S lb. TalcoSCRATCH, . 33e Personal BarIVORY
Add sew fax-v |In new placeLouise .- .
Bell clerkln' at Drtggers'and I FEED SOAP .
Irene Howard Duff. Marts TorennvisibleN 1.23
McKinney: at Canova't I .
.Eddie Hartmann Is cashing !non .I SURF 27e '
his ability as a boat-builder OLD "
by DUTCH C1e
doing same for Sears-Roebuck. [ Woman +nner lIe \ J

The Store Where Yvu See Your Prescription Filled Heard Madge Middleton say that AJAX Cleanser : : lIe & \ jtkeBrtcht r\
Va Bruce. Joan \
of all things) the candl.d dtl" BarrytnareAlso < SaIl BLEACH : lq
I II pickles being sold by S. R. Johnt Short Subjeta q. 13c ._ .... : :
I are really elegant eatln'. .I can't'

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Miss Mrs. Shellie Hall and daughter Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Johnston an<" Baptist Circles will b. reserved. from any pureI eirraph shall publish this Order l. !

Sharon Hall spent this week daughters Cheryl and Carol. of through which there I. an raIding I next four weekly laauas. I.'V
visiting Mr. and Mrs fttat Kotid. and an to lands. In compoatt Witness mv hand and official neat
unaeiti W JRit. Atlanta. Ga.. and Mrs. Dora Bur. Met TuesdayThe tract of 10 acre or more, at Htarke, Florida' thla June 7. l ns- 'IS
ter In Tampa. They will visit relatlves I ton of Rome. Ga.. left for home title to one-half of all petroleum (OFFICIAL HBAL.) A. 3. Tbo_
i In St. an.1 three-fourthii of nther. "mineral A.. Clerk of sail Court.
; Petersburg next week last weekend! after ,spending a week circles! of the Baptist Wo- will t,. reiierved.ienrrlptlon T\f Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk

before returning home. I here visiting Mr. and Mra. J. L men's Missionary Society held:J Jthplr .: H\V'i of N\Vt. of T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida
I. 8W... fI..o IS, Twp. 5 H., Hff. 32 JJ:.. Atty for i'if. 6-4 U '-*.
YiP3THE NEWS Mrs. H.L. Evans and her !grand 1 Anderson. regular program and social] 10 acres.Trutsteea. -

,. son. Mike Evans both of : meetings Tuesday afternoon at of 1ntf rn It l tmprovem.'nt ".. .
Manhnt Jack Halle of Baltimore )(d. Fund of the Stole of Flt-rlda. !. Clre.l$ ( ..t. Bradford Ceej trKlorldai
"'r trn Calif.. were guests last week arrived Monday for several weeka' 3:30.: o'clo'k.The fly A. J Thoman, Agent. la ('haaewry.tevlnonul Jr, Plain

Hazen attendlatlon Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal were of her brother-in-law and slater I vacation here with his parents, Mr Ida Darby circle met In Recent births In the North Truflt4(SEAL) 1. I. Film, Bradford County H0 tlff) ye. Johnnie Rose Colllna.Mae Jefferson Col-

artla Kay in Ocala Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sadcnwnter the home of Mrs. E. J. Dowtlng ida Clinic were: line, Defendant. {Oaa No. T *T.Oedep I
extrelses at they Sunday to attend Baccalaureate and W. G. Halle. Flor'l I Of Pejfcllea l.e *5,5 I'.._ TeArvear. > 1

Monday eve- services for the Ocala Mrs. Verdle Flummer of Miami' I Mr. and Mrs. L,. O. Hazen spent on \V Call Street with Mrs. Q. B. Mr. and Mrs Leroy Edt'nfl IN r Iron I* Co..,. Hrnar r4 (...'y.j II'r'TIO or KI.OBin TO
ot Florida' Flynn as co-hostess. Green Cove Springs Donna Fi..rldei In rhMticrrr. Johnnie Mae. Jefferson Collins, who- ,J..
wag a visitor a girl. ,
High School. Among the graduates to Starke' last weekend '
Thursday ,
visiting; relatives in Stanley Wllllnm r rlr. Plaintiff I ae. reeMenc. I I. unknown:
Cermen- was their friend, Mlaa Josephine She has been visiting! her daughter I I I Center Hill and Plant City. Mrs L. O. Powell had charge of SB., on June 2. I VH Patricia Ijtnicllfn <3lr rrt Hul-;' .1"r"IO ar* required to above appear namedI as I II

Hi Mn Anthony their homer Beasley.Mr. Mrs. J, s. Shuford in Jacksonville. I I| Mr. and Mrs. R. J Godbold af. the devotional followed with Mr and Mrs. James S. Sapp of 7981.Order lock. Carter fentlant. Caw No. I Court and. 10&0 cause, In, the wherein. plaintiff '\

returned t< with and Is now on her way to spend the ter prny.-r by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.The Raiford, a girl Betty Jo, on June I Of INiblloatlon And Nntlr. ,I aeeka divorce. HrmUord County Tel- .
weeks' visit and Mrs. L. J. Funderburkleave spending several months here II I Sppe.ri Tril OK KI.OHIII T--:)I e raiih shall puhlleh this Order In
summer with 3.
!r s tn North Ad- next Wednesday for Branford her sister Mra Joe "left last week for Live Oak where program/ topic was Cooperative I Patricia Txiunllen
d relatives) where Mr. Richie In Fulha Run Va. they will make their home Progress." Those taking Mr and Mrs. Claude A Morganof fitter, whose residence and ad Witness mv hand and official' coal !
Funderburk will Mr. and I part were MI'!!. E. D. Tenly. Mrs. dress IN unknown Ht "'ark.. Florl.fci.lthla. June e. 1_a.. ...
aervice. be head coach and director of Mrs. W. C. Bennett and j Mr. Mrs. Lawtey. a girl, Patricia Ann, IIIFKIC1AL WKALt A. J. Thomas.
and Don Fatray and You ae required to appear on I
photographic daughter A. Canova and Mrs. W. 1.. on June 9. niedCIMII A* Clerk rf aald. Court.
.If'' athletics in the Joyce. of Miami July 10 1*tin. In the a bo v n a
spent .
Branford William
School Mrs.
CanK-ra & Gift Shop I last weekend Patray and familj Andrews. .t and raiine, wherein plaintiff, Hv Haven CroAiy" Deputy; ClarkO -
d tf For the past two years he has with Mr Bennett's left last weekend for Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carter of seeks divorce, Bradford County Tel tI-' t

I f1a. TlH-atre. been assistant coach at BHS and brother and sister-in-law l Mr. andi' whe-e they will visit relatives foi Mr*. Brownlee presided duringthe A Z. Adkinst Mrs. O H. Bennett. ] hus'npfta session! in the ab- I '
Mr 1'1
and he and Mrs, Funderburk have several weeks. Anne, on June P. I -- -- -

weekend to their 8um"IP made friends in Starke I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boree of I I ncnoe of Mrs. Roy Ward, circle
many who
Klngdcy Lake. Mrs. S. V. Andrews spent this leader Minutes of the last meet- WASH.UliETTE: I.KW1SMr.

d I Mrs on E S Matthews re- will regret to see them leave. Jacksonville Boree's were Mr guests of Mra.I I week in Morrlston and Alachua Init were read and treasurer's report and Mrs. Elmer: E. Lewis of Bulldozers For Rent !
parents and Mr..
( G.
Mr. and Mrs. '
I Sunday from Orlandc A. W. RedgraveMr. H. Bennett ] visiting relatives and friends. given. Starke announce the birth of a ,
several) weeks and Mrs. Joe Martinez, Mrs lat Sunday. I Mr. W. S. Johns and Miss Doro. daughter: \\'RndlLln'tte.. born
spent Suits. and During the social hour delicious
ev .ln-law and daughndMrSH.B.McLen L. S. Hutto, and Mr and Mrs. Plain ItreHw dry 1 I thy Johns spent several days this June 4 at Alachua County Hospital .
Mon lon.iMary Johnny Redgrave and children cleaned only 50p each. Free 1.Io'k'l| week in Ocala attending the graduating refreshments were served by the
< hostesRp Gainesville Mra. Lewis if Land Clearing
tip and UelKery. Starke to the 11 members and t
Hazen of spent Sunday In Fernandlna and Dry exercises of Mrs. Johns
France Cleaners: & Laundry.Mr. two visitors present the former MINI Margaret Dyal'
Jacksonville. nephew, James Cone.MI'II. .
I the weekend guestIjlarcia and Mrs. T E Bennettand F. H. Long had her The next meeting will be acovered of Hampton. O Stumping .
Hazen. Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman SB I
Kay Mr and Mrs. Waco Maves of ; I dish luncheon at the home I
leave meats weekend Mr and Mrs
Sewell will pent Sunday In Jacksonville visiting O Drainage Ditches
Iff, B. Switzerland. N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H.-i Hawkinsville, Ga. spent Sunday! Richard Thede and son Ricky ant"MI' of Mrs. L. A. Canova on Klngsley ;

L,Little gewells are building a Dawklns Janelle.NOTICE and their. new daughter, here and visiting sister-in-law Mr. Bennett's, Mr. and brother Mrs.! Jacksonville. and Mra. C. A. Long all of Lake cohostess.The with !Mrs.. Coy Stevensonas rurmanvnt.Under prnvlninn ain a O'I'II'64 le lcitlntratl nf the .Plni-kln Wy..- O Road GradingDAVE !

I cottage. Emily G. H. Bennett. tern realm ratImi. book will !'. open
A. E. McKlnnev Mrs. Con Daisy Fowler circle met at for rritlMmtlnn of elerlora ..,'h l
>m<1..nlOJIDln"ItDl".wrltmllr'u.mI\mrP._ Mm. Miriam Klckllter and Miss nl Knight'and Everette McKinney MuturilHv from P'IIO A. M. to 12:00noun
'"' -
Dorothy Clair Klckllter of Green I the home of Mrs. Floyd Green anil from l.uo: I' M. to 5:011: I'.
:: spent Sunday visiting Mrs. I. B with Mrs. Dan Moore as co-hos M In the otue of the Huiiffrvlnnr, P40Th'en
': :- Cove Springs were supper guestsof Dlnklna In Bushnell. Mrs. B. H teAs. (.f I KewlBtrntlon I In the llr..,lrrcl
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Bevel In County Uouithuuxe, Hlarke., KlurliU.Alhort .
Wlldwood and M. F. Ha

im A NEWCOMER to Starke And Saturday evening. zen in Center Hill.MI'II. The meeting opened with prayer Huporvlnor lee of. ltegistratiuta 1'runby.I Jr.,, (' Del., Starke. or Contact Me at Crosby Lake' I
Friends by the circle leader. Mrs. F. J. ..1 It ,.15 ITndford. County Kla. .
George Anderson
Your of E. C. Sparks returned to ___ ,
Would/ Appreciate PatronageAuto Shaw. Mrs. W. B. Alexander gavelthe I : ;
be pleased to learn that he Is her home in Gainesville this week In The Circuit. Court Of The .Klahfhl

Body & Fender Repairing much improved and will be home after spending three weeks here devotional followed with at I I Judicial r. Klorlilni.'Irrult!. For kancerr.Hradford. :

du Pont Duc & duLux: Paints Used this weekend after being confinedto visiting her son and daughter-in- missionary program by Mrs. H. JoHeph K. Knheck and hla wife Jna.eiihlne .

'Painting Wrecks Rebuilt St. Luke's Hospital in Jackson- law Mr. and Mrs S. E. Spark. A Lawson and Mrs. Ira Wilson. H. Uatierk., PlaIntiffs, va. Law.
Welding ) 9 rence L. Mnwanl.' et a I. Iiefendonte.otlre .
Esitmate First Class Work. ville for the past few weeks due Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mr Following the short business or erlal Maeter'a Sale !

Free to illness. and Mrs. S. E. Spark. spent Sun- meeting, the hostesses served dCrlicious Take.. notice wllh that the tinderand final. rieiree: In accoidnnce of-

[Walthall's Body Shop Mrs. C. D. Edwards and Mrs day In Green Cove Springs. visiting refreshments to the fifteen foredueure. entered In the hove en
Dave Paulk attended' commencement Mrs. Laura Wilson. members present. The meeting titled Maater cause, the underalirned ,Hpeclal .
will sell, tn the
hlBll.M and
Highway 100 South of City Limits exercises! at Montverde Claude Johns of Klngsley Lake was closed with prayer by Mrs. neet bidder for each, at the South.
School A. J. Thomas. I I front door of the County Cciurt- !
Montvercle Tuesday. had 's.s his guest for several dayr houae :In Htarke, Florida riurlna the .

Mrs. Edwards' son, Wayne a this week Kendall Lorch of New The July meeting will be heldin legal houre. of Cal on Moniluy. lily

Monte Verde student returned te Port Rlchey the home of Mrs.! B. S. Outlaw I!.I property Snl, mini ulltmle,i the tollnwlnadearrlhaA I In llrailfonl. (County.

ATTENTIONTOBACCO Starke with them to spend th< Mrs. W F. Godwin had as herguests with Mrs. G. H. Bennett as co- Florida: :, to-wlt : That part of SI?
summer vacation. Wayne was last weekend Mr. and Mrs.E. hostess. of HKVi of HWI4\ .,f Hnu. II, Twp
,I H., H. 39 101.. Wins: Weet of Mtateroad :
honored to received the school's H. Register and daughter, Kath. 200 except one lot 100 feetaiiuare
I GROWERSLet gold medal award last term' at erlne, of Miami. The Doris Knight circle met of. In the northeant corner there
(cold cepted ''ul.being, lm-
the most courteous boy. He slue Mr. and Mrs. J. L. AndersonJr. Tuesday evening 7:30: o'clock, In I'! proved by a stu't-o' htlsesnl ex.cept ,
U Write Your received his letter left for the recreation hall of the church. I 1 two 1 lois deacrllied; I : aa' tIiowu\
by virtue of Saturday a week'svisit I,Int I. oesMnnlnir where the eolith line
being manager of the school' with relatives in Columbia, S. The meeting was opened with Hali! Hei-tlon 21. Intereecta the !

I baseball team. c: t1\A hymn "Wonderful Words of I I"f... rlKht-nf.wav. line of xalit state
thence run northerly along I
AIL INSURANCE !Shirt, and pant dry rleanrd' Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff spent Life! after which Mrs. T. K. Mc. State road 2nd fret thence run

I S5c eax-h. Free In Clane a beautiful !I wei-terly anil parallel to xitM B- '- _
only pickup II< Sunday Gainesville visiting their gave d..votlonall I itlon line. ito feet, thence run enulherlv -
delivery. Stark Dry ('I..n..r"i" son and daughter-in-law Mr. and on the subject "Arise Lift Up the at right anrlea ino feet tr. ,nalilHnctlon 1'' .
NOW Before You Need It Laundry. Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. Lord." I / line thent-e. run easterly
along nald Hecttnn line tn pi..$tnt nfh"Klnnlne
Mr and Mrs .1. T. Qulgley have Guests of Mrs. J. B. Sapp last During the business meeting 1 ;. helnir; the property rfHharon !

Branch ofINSURANCE returned home after several days Sunday were Mra. Harold Monk, committee reports were given and I Hall.of the: Lot Houth S, from line the nf InierMectlon anlilHeillnn -

very spent in Toccoa Georgia and J Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs. T. A. arrangements were made for thebrotherhood t with the West l line nt ealilHtate .
Hendcrsonvllle j Steele of Gainesville.Mr. I road run northerly alnnar tueWest b5. --- -
N.C. They were supper which will line of enld State roust toll -

accompanied Jiome by Miss Edna I and Mrs. Harley F. StrongJr. served to the men of the church feet to a piilnt. of lievlnnlnv.. theno C

and Leonard Noegel who have just ., and daughter, Helen of Atlanta Thursday evening of next week by of run...northerly.lil.. road rlKht-of.wny aloniv, theVeet ISO feet line .
--- -- completed their school term at Ga., arrived Saturday to the circle.Folot'ing. i thence run weelerly' and "parall, ,l tothe I'veSignedMy *
t Huiith line of ealil Hei-tli>n 820 .
Toccoa Falls Institute.Mrs. spend several weeks here
visiting ) the business session feet thence run Bouth at right an_
Ed Ensor of Jacksonville Mr. Strong's parents, Mr and the circle. Joined the Business glee to the line hint iifnremijtl to
WAI I AfiFNfY the northweet corner. of aald Lot I I.I I. Declaration of Independence I
L C. \
; and Mr and Mrs. W. G. Godwin of Mrs. Harley F. Strong. Woman's circle to hear the guest thence run eaxterly' along th. North

)(.. Gainesville are guests of Mrs. Bertha '. J Mrs. Rob Shaller\ and son, Don upeaker, Miss Do..*.. K-'..nt a I line of anld'" Lot I to eald.. mlnt. ofluesinning. '
lielna the fif
PLEASE : 146 Pearce this week. ald Ray TUI y. spent Friday eve- missionary since 1920. She gavea l. Martin and Oolita property Miirtln all
fri 1 : I am laying aside a of what I earn for the purchase
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram had nine' visiting friendS In Jackson. Interesting talk' ," 'h' I I Hrailrord County, Flurlila. I IAIHO part \
as their guests this week Mr. and ville. subject "Communism In China." I .",'II..n frotn of the the South point of line the nf Inter-.aaldHue of United States Saving Bonds. In 10 short .

Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- Mrs. Robert L. King and daughter Freddy Thomson of Montlcellc 21 with thfc West line of Slate
I At the close of the meeting the road 20ft run northerly alonir the year I will have $4 for every $3 that I invest.I !
Cherie, of Montgomery, Ala. arrived last Friday for a week'svisit
hostesses Mrs. R. L. Alvarez West line of aald State road ISSIH4
Mrs. W. E. MIddleton attendedthe I with his grandparents, Mr. feet tn a point of beginning, thence'
Mrs .D. L. Thomas and Mrs. O L run Westerly. right alleles tuaald, am accepting my responsibility *s a citizen am!., 1
graduation of her granddaughter and Mrs. F. F Stump.Mr. ;
-- -- Llnsln, served delicious refreshments Htate road InS feet thence run
Miss Margie Mlddleton, from and Mrs. Claude Johns of northerly and parallel with aald a. a SHAREHOLDER IN AMERICA, I am taking; !
to the members present.Woman's :;
State ruad. RJH feet to the South
Florida State University in Tallahassee Klngsley/ Lake spent last weekend line of a street, thence run Kant a greater interest in all government affairs. I II

this week. visiting relatives ,In .Tallahassee.On alone said street 110 feet to eald
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Mr. and Mrs. Howell Roberts of their return they were accom- Auxiliary stale lone aald road State thence tload run 831'aotitherly feef a.tneald suggest that you too start your Savings Bond \
tie (IE. toye & refrla-era- FOR SALE): 1H acre, house b.rn.chlck.n their nf heirlnnlne all In said
*", Bartow were guests of Mr. arc? panied by son, Claude, Jr., New BudgetThe point
W B Parki.NT Plans
it houHa. 11000. Apply 410 SectIon TownshIp and Itsngot'Together' ; Program during the Independence DriveMay'lSth.July
''Center Bt, Starke. lip Mrs. M. F. Hazen Thursday of last a student at F. S. Uwho will with the tenements. he. .

J : i room apartment tip week. spend his summer vacation herewith St. Mark's Woman's Auxiliary reditaments and appurtenance 4th, 1950 and make regular investment
Jun 1. Inquire FOR SALE: Barred Rock pullet, I thereto .helonalns
*I' R. John., Sr., 103 WashIt i iT will lay in July tl 35 e.... Kate Let tin do a wonderful Job on them. held Its regular monthly meetIng I A. J. Thome. Jrn Mpeelal' Waetevllollln in Savings Bond. a habit. jI j
Struth Box S26. Starke. lip your summer waAh dresses-only Miss Alma Thomas arrived home Monday evening at the parish V. KnlhtAttorney fur IMnlntlff -
... 6.9 fI 8-30 '
;\ : Cool attractive fvirnunfurnished RADIO aetna SRRV1CR-.alenrefrlareratlna oOr. Free pickup and delivery Wednesday of last week from house. The meeting was opened "Do If Today Tomorrow' Never Comes1

a apartment .....1.... Faunv 1H4I.Wlablev Starke Dry Cleaners. & Laundry.Mr. Bob Jones College In South CarolIna bv the directress, Mrs. Mattie MOTHMTiraflford

f'L'I.'n'.'201 loiuilim W lUadlaon clone In.Street Rea- Electrle Servlre. It and Mrs George. Krulf! and for summer vacation.Mr. Gshagan. Announcement war ItKO.Notlc. County, Florida June lat, I This bcI.I.", ., United 'totes Savings .Bonds IJ IJos

tfDIO FOR RENT: houne 4-roomn. mod. daughter. Miss Helen Kruse of and Mrs. O. B. Flynn Miss made that donations to the United I la hereby given :that pur a public ..,vlc.. .
ern. Church 8t. Rent ISO per moApply PUant, to Section ft nf fhepter tfl' Ott,
REPAIRED 410 Center St.. Htarke. tIp Miami. arrived last weekend to at. Betty Anne Flynn and George Thank Offering be given to the Law of Florida, Act of 1017, known
JVilira All Modeta.rkarsea. 1 1I. of Flynn spent Sundav- afternoon In tc aa the Murphv Act the following
tend the graduation their son chairman, Mrs. W. H. Noegel
bi. ............ BLUEBERRIES for your deep land In. Hradford County Kliirlila.
:.. t- SHRPHBRUrUn.ING I freezer. now In pint cups capped Albert Kru e. from the University Gainesville attending a garden be turned in at the fall meeting. will he offered for sale at jxihllc.outcry FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE ;
.I ,.. et.;; ,. .Ph. an with Cellophane.. 30o pint. It. F. of Florida Monday evening.Mr. party honoring the graduates at The budget for the coming year for the hlheat ant heitcaeh
Demorftflt. lip hid, auhject to the rlsht of the
and Mr. L. O. Hazen had the' University of Florida at this time
of any kind was also planned Truateea of the Internal Improvement Member Federal Insurance ,
Ifc'ponlt CorjwratlonMnniMr
fly I Jackiion, Jackeon Tran-I FOR SALE 194(1( Cuehman motor as their guests last week Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles had as r LemuelColson Fund to reject any sod all !
work Mrs.
> Pb. 1 16& or 49.W. tf scooter Ilk. new just painted their In the supply Mil*. at the Cnurthoua heirlnnlnirat Florida National Oroup
I.ota of ". Parnaln price.\ Hazen's brother-in-law and sister guests last.weekend Mr. and advised that she has given 10'no o'clock A, M on the Iril ;
'EE TKLKVISilON; IN TOUR John' m'.t: at newspaper office..4l'w : Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ashurst, of Mrs. S. E. Pot r and Mrs. J. Y Mrs. Edward Burnr day of Julv. A. I> tUlln! Knueinetit
PHONE 239'! Chaa. C.I S3 magazines. for road right of way ZOO feet wide .
vrd fladIe Seat Cunrt't'II Singer Sowing Machine. Cocoa. Miles of Columbus, Ga.II moved that'the Auxiliary send -
r Cash AY Terms are available In -
itO to the I'"opal Student Center -
this eectlon only through Sinner --- I
IN .e.RD! R"010", Sowing Machine Co.) 402 N. Mar. j of the University of Floridato
'lOPHO"OfoR4PH1I.! A Inn "HI.' Lake (CHv F.a. Phone Remember Dad SHOP AT i
TUI.t:8. (.>.... ..*n S0 writ or visit our .ht>r>. Our THEATRE be used as needed! to refurn'shthe DENMARK'S ,
RLES C. SHEPHERD Bales A "Pervlca' ears will vlult bulldlnar Mrs. Ben Rowland AND SAVE
C Modl.on l Su.. Stark ;your home upon request. If HI II
seconded the motion.
STARKE I See Our Mann Bargains Visit Us Today
I a h.. ... II..... *.1..1.qulpm.nl MALR HELP WANTED: Man with After the business meeting the '
| l.a"e ... cI'M car wanted for route work. lift to Mrs. Lemuel t
flrIe. Q'-'rk arrlc lao In a day. No experience. or cap Dedicated To Community Service Program Chairman. _
I.' 801-11..,. "... hal' requlr..d. Steady. Write tndw., Colpon]" gave an Interesting dlrimnion ..
B' "Movies Are Better Than
Hallou. MR. East Clark BtreetFreeport .
'Rr.120 E".r"I of the activities of the .
.\ 2tp g-9
.mAr, '* w ''f nlnaabout I'different churches of this district Also! Available !

Ave Clark.fteahji,0 by; *Paying*> mtl co'or.I..o.' :uth.Owner See of Lawn Mowing Service: I Saturday June 10 ONLY Sun. & Mon., June 11 & 12 "The taken Fourth"from the. church magazine; 1 -In :Maple I II '

acr..a. railroad from Lln'I. Lawnn power mowed by the -DOUBI-EFEATI'RE- CuPTON .cwu vaaWEBBRAINLOY

LL: YOL'U TIMBER Up r hour or the Job. CboJ, :WSCS Meeting I :

j 3-I'IECE (il
NOW 1 Ovid I.enla. rare Sweet .a ,, Held In ChurchThe ,

1t t Cash Prices Paid CaseS Cf.. Stark I I IIF C S
Woman's of Christan Suits
0 Society Blonde Bedroom ; r
LL YOU ARES OVER 28 and under Service of the Methodist t- ,
1UYIN BULK ISS. own car or can a-et one; now -
If man that will work Church met In a bortv Mondayafternoon
OR you are a
IX UNIT and would be interested In a job' HEAPOZEWWMIPII at 3:30: o'clock In the $119.50 1\\
In Bradford County om that 11
AS' church school building.The .
.DWI pay ;you good money with no layoffa liltl'l ;

Jol-n W. PECK man. write In Bradford me. at once County.a.. I Yourn needa circle leaders. M'. Berlin Nmart T nH B<'d| Largo. oI-Urawpr CTiwit. I''' utlful f .

W- Turner truly D. S. Daneby. 902 Weal Concord P.rce Mrs. L. D. Green and Vanity. Plate os.lIr..r.\ : Von'il. K.1.| w' Tn /

, P. 0. Box 463 Av..., Orlando,' Fla .lpa- t'Mrs.!. H. H. Adams. con<'li"r ,* 1 Pay More For This NIce ISult. ;

Gainesville, Fla. FOR BALE: I7aed SO-lb, capacltv'' .'.6*. ECHfJICOLORi their respective cJrclrt bunlrefH u .
Ice box excellent condition Bent 11lVCOlOl. "r" ,
meeting In different rooms
Rlcha d J. LaBlneWestmoreland % ,
offer taken. "
me a post card and I St. $tark..ItP i /i ..01" "."oal"M'r Plus JewC & ( tiarlia- Splvak Sh rtTue | then the groups .1ol"ed 1 In ti. Make Your lUx.m lUautlful With Tnl. I
ill COmee O1tIL | auditorium for a devotional! periodled LOVELY :.1-IMECE .j
you: TWO IXST HEIFERS:: : one light r \ B .
unmarked; one,, tlln' by Mr*. James Hobbs. Prayerwas ;
dark butt-hnaded
-1'0"" h.lndl.. JPP"." ''milia"rk'd Stack Kna-ll marked crop epllunderblt '" "Not <*. & Wed.. June 13 & 11Plus by Mrs. A. Wood !
.tt wallllwfork upper- *. branded AO. If with fOa. "['lIME Walnut Bedroom Suit
Par. u
""ar AIOr.wallowtork under- found please notify A. D. Dobb. L iUCRg During the pnogram Mrs. Hobbs ... '
"d. 'p", ml"od black cow With at Lawtey. "_> U'UILIC: "OD read an article entitled 'What '.
With us-
I' *) ilaV 1&0 lh- Also FOR SALE: 7 acre trurk C harry I Shall I Render?" Mrs. Adams $8ft50
,. gilt miles east of AND i
.It I w.l.hln.r; a- farm located 2H ave a short talk on "Faith. and
Rl 7'1: $Stark '4 mile off hl-hway
__ i (2 newly Mrs. J. M. Ilembree rudI paperon ... =
La-wtey. Mp I three '-room houeee Square Mirror Vanity l'u'trr Real Large ( *.
I.E 6.r"'m pointed*. All acreare fenced For "Increase Your Giving. .
II home with balh..t.r. IJOOO eaah. C. Wllllama. Rt 1. i 1
"fl > b..auUfull" finlit. I box '21. Bt.rk ftp S.U. : Following the meeting' the hostesses I
'ai r.. Wired for all ;;;'d' : Pearce Mrs.\ Green and I
ajr.apM..n.. or ran use I FOR BALK or R EST (or will Mrs. \ A Real Father's Day Gilt :
b land all I foneod.; i4' ,, for Jackaonylll properlY): 7-rm. Mrs. Adams, srved delicious re-j ,
Ntark. on highway hou.e at 224 6. Cherry $t giark.Large 1 Ice creamand I [
\4\ of
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!ar:' F:.hlJdr.... P. o. ao: B. B. MlllUran.*. Ph.7si-0591.Astral. >WJackaonvlll 'PTo News ft "Hep Cat Symphony"' favor.cake with a dainty flora1! PLATFORM ROCKERS . $19.95 up H'

tRJI Cartoon .
: ;
FlIft '"" j
onn ALE: lI..d..m. ; Whom It May Concern: The
or. bttane kitchen. Also 0 E. ra- Bradford County Softball teaaIIe' EMILY: JANEI.LE: DWKIN!' Excellent For Living Room or Bedroom
0, .ae will ao-
.. It
h ran. that
...ve n..ahl\.t.. ; dinette pla.tn. .- "hereby. no announces pecuniary reHpon.lblllty Thurs. & FH, June 15 & 16 Mr. and Mr.. Crosby H. Daw-
..... b..t). Inn.roprlnl on or near the
for the
per.one BRENT
II CEORCE kins of Jacksonville: announce
m. "T1 Porch
"" tal Muet bed All u.ed' "".'y" ballpark. LYNN BAIl MONTANA birth of a daughter, Emily Janelle. -
'".Ihis .ell at .acririre WANTED: man with Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
MALE HFtP PICTURE % In Riverside Hospital Sun-
'.1,! I """"lantlal down ear for Rawlelah. bualneea In city A REPUBLIC .
.. .. 4. Mrs. Hawkins -
Pb. is"i1. larm of Stark. Previous lu"fll. day evening, Jon
k..Dr'lfp perlenr not eanentlal .';- : "Ohofl& of Zorro" a I Errol 1'1,..... Meal Smtth"Rattl..1 will be; remembered a. the STARKE FLA.I .
"l 1 151
preferred'p Plu. Chap. .
'IotirIe; : b",. 10 lb. .ell". line II.u..hold neeaiti9.' Write I Rootoler" eartooB P'u' LatHt "Mardh of T1Jne" former Miss Catherine .%oilman .

at ... Ir rnCat.r.k Whole gIvIng .... and paperience. RaW ....
$1tentleit ........ --
'lltlana. COfldtl.* 1.I..h' II."t. VAF-21O-llC.. of Starke. I
I 8 ... $34 .NO.lb Mr. L.aWC.. P. 0. 80. 9441 "
lIp Memphis 2.. Tin" Zip 14


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agricultural atate that It Is today Housewives products containing* sugar than Keystone Heights, Fla, to Jessie B. Rosier of Starke. Tract of I Starke to Mr. and Mrs ON,w
Unable I
S.'Engineers To Find "Reasonableplanation" Hints to II
IIv. had It not been for the research Birmingham families./ T. Stewart of Allegheny County land in the NW cor. of the BE rt. ot Starke. Tract of
For Flood Areas Near KeystoneThe work done by Experiment Station SWEET FINDINGS I Birmingham families use threeto Penn. Tract of land In the cor. of quarter of the NE quarter in see. the SE cor. of the NE lend H

scientist and the support that New light on how city families I four times as much sirup, molasses lot 7 of block "C," of the Mt. 16, twp. 6 8, range 23 E. the SE quarter of sec :ALB. I
U. S. Corps of Engineers other lakes, as had been sub-division on Silver .
nearby Pleasent
to these
Florida have given e.
people sweeten their diets Is forthcomingin and honey as families in Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McMuUen of range 21 E. .
is not yet discovered "any auggeated by some of the affected I workers. Station research op in a new U. 8. Department of ;the Northern cities, reflecting Lake.Mr.
aaonable explanation" for flood property' owners, would only In. the }way for development of the Agriculture report on sugars and Southern liking for sirup and molasses and Mrs Paul Meng of] .
conditions In the Keystone Heights crease stages on the recipient !great Everglades vegetable production sweets, based on a lurvey in some with hot breads. Buffalo Hampton to Mr. and Mrs. Francis|11V'/ : ', _: '..,: -,::::, ,::, .:. :-" ,' "-',,''" 'o--: : : : : :' :";1
lake And those lakes, he
rea, Major General! Lewis A. Pick: ed, report. area made tung produc- 70 U S. cities. families eat more candy at home Meng of Hampton. The N 1.2 of 1
are already experiencing unusually
chief of engineers Informed high stages comparable tion possible, Improved quality and Sugar and sweets, the report than the other three cities. Birmingham the SW quarter of the NE quarterand
Increased production of citrus, Im- shoe
Rf'P'1 families drink Repair
take S centsof slightly |
Charles E. Bennett recently' to the Increase on Crystal Lake. proved animal nutrition and con- shown an average the N 1.2 of the SE quarter of
dollar soft drinks home ,
the family' food com- more bottled at
Giving results of a. preliminary Responding to Bennett's queryas tribute largely to the development the NW quarter of the NE quarterin
pared with 24 cents spent for meat than those In Buffalo, Mlnneapolis- gc
urvey made by the engineers, to whether construction of an of Florida's great cattle industry, sec 2S: twp. 7 S. range 21 E. ge
19 cents for dairy products, and 4 St. Paul, and San Francisco.
General Pick said t that an invest- army field whIm drains into I and In many other ways has provo cents for eggs. The 5 cents Includes tract of land In the NE cor. of the SALE !
gatlon la under way now to de- Crystal Lake, had accentuated ed to be a major factor in develop sugar, sirups, molasses, NW quarter of the SE quarter of ,
ermine. the possibilities of achieve flood conditions, the engineer chief ment of Florida's multl-mllllon- Land Transfers aec. 32, twp. 6 S, range 22 E.
honey, jellies, jams, candy, dry
flood control in the area that the field to dollar Jeff Prevatt of
wrote appeared agriculture.Not Mr. and Mrs. Sale Begins Today Ends June
prepared desserts, and bottled soft Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mobley of 19!
rough "possible developments'n have "negligible in E. L. Wilken-
significance" Bradford County to
only has every farmer In drinks but not the cost of Ice Bradford to J. K. Douglas
Rice Creek, a tributary to theSt. causing the high lake stages. This the state benefited from station son and Lloyd Wilkinson of Brad-
cream, canned
bakery products
.Bradford W 1.2 of
John's River conclusion was reached after extensive 'research, but work of the scientists fruits and vegetables' .'and similar,the SW quarter County.of the NE quarterof ford County. Lot 13 In see II, All Half Soles .TTTTg
Bennett urged the engineers to study of aerial photos, has been of great value to foods. I, the SW quarter of sec 34, twp twp. S S, range 22 E.: .
roceed immediately with a complete engineering' plans of the airfieldand most other people in Florida In Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Clark of
About half the and sweetsIn 6.S, 20 E.
: survey\ "so that Congress. actual Inspections of the area, that It has resulted In high quality sugars' range Starke to Mr. and Mrs. Shelbert
>nay be able to approve whatever Pick wrote foods and more trade from farmers family diets come Into the, Mr. and Mrs. Carl] \V. Shearerof I Men's Whole Soles 2.99Men's
kitchen as granulated powered, Starke to Mr. and Mrs. .C. H. .
legislation Is needed" to correct As to what actually has caused receiving higher prices for -. e e e
or brown sugar. The other half Smith of Rt. 2 Starke. The S
the situation. The area has had flood conditions, Pick wrote: their crops than they otherwise
flood damage for the last several comes from purchased foods which 270 feet of the NE quarter of the
"The area has entered would have gotten. Office Supplies
,ear, he explained. probably ncludea sugar. i f NE quarter of Sec 16, twp. 6 9, Rubber Heels 49Clen'
into a long-term cycle of heavy Any Floridian who gives the Family Incomes this ,range 22 E. .
1 The preliminary report Indi sin-fall"and it appears t that "110m" matter thought.will recognize the vary pat-
tern, however, Low-Income famHies | Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis of
cates. General Pick wrote, that -
significant change in the groundwater Importance of and the great ben-
construction on an artificial drainage efits depend more on sugar and Starke to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Leather Heels
table or sub-surface flow that have been derived from
''s outlet from also sirups, molasses, and honey'j Hollingftworth of Bradford County. s 59cLadies'
Crystal Lake to J has taken place. the work the Experiment J Stations. e. e a
Rut the lllAtlonll h..v. ra.Iv.A than high Income families. In con.1 Lot 10 of block E of Plnehurst
'th"tha- t' : tract, high-Income families buy'more I I sub-division In the city of Starke.
RURAL COMMON recognition other ; accorded Ice cream, canned fruits and Recent deeds recorded in the Leather Heel Taps..29c
them by the
people of the state, ,
CHHISr&FEVHT as agricultural juicles. candy soft drinks, and 'courthouse were:
SENSE scientists In
other foods which
I other states and countries have Include auger) Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Heartle ,of I Ii
STATE AGRICULTURAL and counsel.! The findings are derived from
Station agronomists,I Ladies' Rubber Heel
studies of family food Taps
consumptionmade 29c
4s*to STATIONS RANK HIGH turned to. them for information the .
by Bureau
AMONG INSTrrUTIONS horticulturists, animal husbandmen of Human i FREE !
Nutrition and Home Economics In

Floridians may be modestly and glts,,nutrition entomologists scientists plant, soil patholo-scientists 1948. Almost 4,000 families in For Prompt FREE Removalof Ladies' Rubber Heels 49c
justifiably proud of their University botanists, and other scientif small and large cities* were Inter- Dead, Crippled &Worth 1 I. '

of Florida Agricultural Ex. ic workers' have received hundredsof viewed. less! Cattle, Horses, Mules,
erlment Stations for they are in requests for Information from Comparing four cities In different I SMART SHOPPE
the front rank of such Institutionsin other states, from Latin-American parts of the country, the study & HoltS Bradford County

WEljr the nation. countries, from Europe, Asia, and shows that Birmingham families Call 132, StarkeWE
Florida would not be the great Africa. Results of pioneer research use more sugars and sweets at Shoe
by Florida Station workers are home than families in Buffalo, ALWAYS COME I Telegraph Repair Shop

\OUR) I N4 often sought by workers else llnneapoll\ Paul, and San Florida Renderers --
AO where Francisco. San Francisco families South Walnut Street
; I Many agricultural problems re- use the least. But San Francisco INC. 128 W. Call Phone 29 I. "
main to be solved, and the stations amllles buy 50 percent more baked II
We offer the people' of Starke I
are carrying on intensive research
and l:! to solve them. So Floridians ban ,
vicinity one of the most
look forward to .
Q n continued advancement
modern and fluent equipped U) m of their agriculture, and
they can be justifiably proud of
welding shops anywhere. !l the work that has- been done and
the standing of their Agricultural
All Work Guaranteed & Experiment Stations. $45O LESS THAN


Florida Bank at Starke

Temple Ave. Starke Member F. l>. .I. C.

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At 'The TabernacleThe Rev. Bob Gray 'lIE You're Involved In An Auto Accident the NE quarter of the NE quarter Starke to Mr. and Mr*. Elme"

i lOt the SW quarter of sec 23: 3 and
twp. Lawhorn of Brooker. Lots
the Tabernacle Saturday youth meeting at Is Stetson Graduate I, Call An Officer Let Him Investigate B S, range 22 E. K. Lewis of Starke. Lots 1, 3

was presided over I Mr and Mrs Louis H. Hill of and 3 of block 22 of Temple's
I by the Rev. W. A. Scott who had t State Treasurer Ed Larson ha/ from attorneys police, highway Bradford '
I County to Mr and Mra. Addition to the town of Starke.1
prepared an interesting programof passed out some good advice for patrolmen and sheriffs. If such W. E.
I I Bishop Lawtey. The E 1-2 to
choruses I who become Involved In releases not obtained William S. Parker of Starke
songs and Bible qui. |persons an are damage .of the SE quarter of the SE quarter '
A special feature of the evening automobile accident. Call an officer suits may be filled later and could lot the SB I E. K. Ferryman of Starke. North;;
quarter of seo. 14, twp.
was three piano solos played by c ck and have an Impartial Invest result In judgement for (tama,,!!. 3 S. range 22 E. 200 foet of lots 1 and,2 of block,
vouthful igation made. Tell the officer The I 3 of :J. M. Johns sub-division in
Methodist members of the Taber. Financial Responsibility ,
Church"Work Jessie T Stewart of
Church. Pittsburgh,
Baptist nacle group. what happened and help him loCate I Department employs referees who Pa. the NE quarter of the NE quarterof
I to Charles E. James of Ellz-
witnesses who furnish''will drivers without In sec. 33, twp. 6 S, range 22 XLCATHOLIC 1
the The can assist cost
Sunday morning at to Do" will be the sermon Sunday servicesmorning' |I abethtown Ky. Tracks 1-A and 1
This service a "n>ocH trial" of,' subject at 11 a.m. Sunday and eveningwere also conductedby Information that will be helpful complying with the Law. 2-A and lot 2 of block "C" of the CHURCH j : .\
1'00; Christ U being held I the Rev. determining the responsibility for Mount Pleasent sub-division on Sunday Mass 9:15: : a.m.
Lord JesUs in the First Methodist Church Scott. His text at the the accident. I
the Church ofK. Recent Deeds Silver Lake. I
Baptist I Sunday School 11 a.m. J
the and First will feature "The Subject for the evening hour at 11 o'clock hour was especially ap This procedure may save you Mr and \Mrs James A, Millerof Week Day Mass 8:30 a.m. t!Jj I Ii
gtarke 8 p.m. will be "A Living Faith" propriate to the communion observance from having your driver's licence Recent deeds record, in the Starke to Mr. and Mrs. CharlesS. day J 'I ;,

qUe.! Next Tuesday will be "moving( at the clone of the serviceA suspended under the terms of: the courthouse were: Partin of Starke. Track of ,i Bible' Study Is every Wednesday .
H beautiful duet Mr. and Mra. Joe Peters ofAlarhua
rendered enhancing !k Automobile Financial Responsibility and In sec 20, 6 S 22 at 7:45 ,
witnesses being pre- day" In the Florida Conference twp. range : |I.
with the
week solemnity of the occas Law. The Treasurer, as Insurance County, Fla.. to Mr and E.
sonshlp, 'Go The choir, directed by Mrs Starke Special music at this time consisted y, j Iby they cause or contribute to nub-division. Ha., to Ann Y. James of Eliza- i I

luiclle Green will bring special) Rev. Thos. G. Mitchell was ap of a vocal solo and trio. the cause of an accident and when Mr. and loll'll.V.. H. Hodges of ethtown.Mount> Ky. Track 3 'A' of the

muds with Mra. Mona Canova at pointed pastor of the Starke church such a suspension Is made the Bradford County to E. W. Hodges Bradford Pleasant subdivision of

the organ. tor the coming conference year St. Mark's Episcopal driver Is subject to arrest If he of Bradford County. The NW I County. PRESCRIPTION

evening during the happy and Rev. Hill .will be pastor of the Rev. B. K. Simmons B.!>., Vicar operates a motor vehicle before quarter of the NW quarter of sec., M. L. Johns of Bradford Countyto PHARMACISTS
Lour at 8:00: the pastor will bring Dunellon Methodist Church.m. The pastor of the First Baptist his driving privilege Is restored. 3, twp. 7 S, range 20( E. Jessie SewplI of New River.
Morning W. R. Hodges of Bradford Countyto Lot 4 of block 32 of New RiverIn
message on the great personage prayer and sermon Church Hampton, Rev. Robert C. The Automobile
Revelation who shall deceivethe during the 11 o'clock hour at St. Gray Jr., :was graduated from 1 Law Responsibility Melba R. Hodges Slkea of sec. 23. twp. 8 8, range 20 E.
vehicle drivers
of requires motor
i people-"The Beast of Revel- with discussion groups and Mark's Episcopal Church Sunday John B. Stetson University, De- at fault In accident to Alachua County. SW quarter of Mr and Mrs R. L, Brown of
[atlon." The congregation will sing training In church membership I will be conducted by the Rev. S. land, last Monday morning when 1 for damages caused an and show proof pay the SW quarter of sec 33, twp. 6 Hampton to Mr. end Mrs. F. W.
lead the Mid-week W. Creasy. S, range 20 E. Meng of Hampton. SB quarterof
hymna by piano- service each Wednesdayat he received his BAB degree financial
rtquested future
the hour will clos 7:39: ( with The church Is I lof responsibility. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Tutenof see 25, twp. 7 B, range 21 E.
due, and pm. pastor L. D open dally for Graduating Magna Cum Laude,. or lose their licenses. Most drlv
organ Jacksonville to Mr. and Mm. H. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. .Hughes, Jr.,
I In "the baptlatry Haines discussion\ prayer and meditation.
bringing of the
with a baptising a I Rev. Gray was also active In ichool I ers are providing financial responsibility R. Godwin of Jacksonville. Lot of Starke to Prescott GUI of
beautiful" study of the Book of Revelation. activities as well an having served I through automobile liability !

CHURCH OF JESUS 9 of block 7 In the NE quarter of Starke. NW quarter of the SW
Sunday school meets at 9:45: a, A cordial Invitation Is extendedto CHRIST as a pastor since entering college" Insurance and when such Insurance i
sec 23. 7 quarter of 6 S,
OF LATTER twp. 8. range 21 E. sec 33 twp. range
m.with a corps of teachers the all to Join In the worship at D\Y StINTS He was vice president of the Min I Is In force at the time of Mattie P. Oahagan of Bradford 22 E.
tally departmentalized school. any of the services at the First the The Latter Church of Jesus Christ of sterlal Association chaplain of t an accident the driver Is exempt County to Ida Hankerson of The Community Church of Keystone

Training unions gather at 6:4S: : p. Baptist Church.Let's Church) holds Day services Saints each(Mormon Der Deutsche Vereln honorary'I from other provisions of this law Starke. Lots 11, 12, III, and 18 Heights to C. B. Helbergerof i

... day In the USO Sun German. Club; a charter memberof because obviously financial responslbillty / of block 1 of Gahagan sub-dl- Norfolk. Va. Lot 17 of block
building on North: Kappa Delta PI honorary educational I exists with which to com-
vision In the NB 1 of Keystone Heights
Temple quarter of the BE Cemetery.
Avenue '
follows SERVICE
as : member ON-TIIE-MINIT
fraternity a of'ipensate for damages caused.
quarter of the Recent deeds recorded In the
All Go To Church Sunday 10:00: am.: Sunday School. the Phi acholas- quarter of sec
Society honorary 'I
8:30'p.m.: Attorney General Richard Ervin 21. twp. 8 S. range 22 B. courthouse were:'
The public Is service. tie fraternity: the F. T A.; a member -, ruled recently that a driver is Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houston Mr. and Mrs. R H. Gneen, Jr..
cordially invited tc
of the Executive council of
attend all services. subject to arrest for operating a of Bradford County to Mr. and of Bradford County to W M\ 64 Night :
B. S. U, member of the Veterans Day -
"YOU"havea 1 motor vehicle during the time his Mrs James Houston of Lawtey. 4 of block 3 of Ward City.Mr .
CHURCH OF GOD Club a member of the 'Order ol' license is under suspension because -'Track of land In the NW car, of and :Mrs. Jeff Lewis ol
Scroll &: Key, honorary scholastic!
of failure to comply with Ute u
cordial invitation to attend I Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor fraternity sponsored by Phi Beta revisions of the Financial Responsibility -
8th &: St. Clair Sts. Kappa on and was the '
campus on
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, HamptonBob : Sunday School 10 am. Honor Roll and Dean's List since I,, Law. Nonresidents are ,
to law
the the
subject same as : '
Gray, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m entering the University. ;Florida residents. HOME QTARLINGC STARKEFLORIDA
Sunday Evening Service 7:30
: p.m Pastor Gray has served with I)
Rev. Malcom Smith will preach at both services Sun- I Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m the Hampton Church for Investigating of accidents officers In which make the reports OWNED I

day in the Pastor's absence. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: ( p.m two years, and under his ministrythe total property damage to both Grocery & Market '
church has made considerableprogress ,
Opportunities Sunday PENTECOSTAL: HOLINESS vehicles amounts to $50 or more I'
He Is currently engagedIn
11 :00 A.M. P.M. IOU or If a person Is Injured or klltad
& 8:00 St.
: Temple Ave.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn- Kentucky revival meetings In Illinois and Whenever an accident occurs, SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JUNE 10th, 1950

,- Ing Services Worship 7-00 11 a. m.; Evangellrtic I drivers once so should that he call can an obtain officer namesof at WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets !
: p. m. Everyone -
Christian Church witnesses and report other In-
welcome.Florida. ---- I
Rev:1 Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I formation which will be helpfulIn

"The Lord's day Is a time when determining the driver at fault.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH! StarkeJefferson oQy0uR 1N4vQi Fpy Christians for worship: should the be Rev.in His Homer house must If both both drivers comply are with at the fault require-they Starling's Feature Of The Week : I''

Swlndall. minister of the First ments of the law.
& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town O
Christian Church of Starke reminded \I| Releases from liability must be Limit Three) I
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 k this week. "Sunday Ir obtained from all persons Injuredor Local Dressed and Drawn (

the day God has set aside! for us to! whose property was damaged
SUNDAY SERMONS ii:ooxX'M".s:oo p. Vi: mG worship Him. May we count on Release forms may be obtained

Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Unions 6:45: P.M. to i .. your presence this Sunday?"
t The schedule of services at tht ,
MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.111. ) Christian Church this coming week . I

.. Is as follows:
Sunday Night 8:00: : < O Sunday. 10:00: a.mr I Bible school;
: Clyde CoLrton. Supt. Classes for all We, The People
"The Beast Of Revelation"d 'JSAVINGS ages with qualified teachers using ON TELEVISIONPhone

I true Bible literature.i I
Bank Starke Sunday, 11-(00: a.m.: Morning
friendly: Invitation From A at worship service.; Minister's sub-

Member F. D. I. C. ject: "Gardens of the Lord."
Friendly Church Is Extended To All
Member Fla. Nat'I. Group Sunday, 11:15: : a.m.: Lord's sup 'II''I

.. per.Sunday, 7:00: p.m.: Christian FK1U13POUND'''I I'
e Endeavor. I.

Sunday, 8:00( p.m.: Evening e- i,
vangellstio service. Minister's top.

f ic: "Lord Increase Our Faith." I 239. Starke For I
.4 Wednesday 800; p.m.: Midweek i FREE Demonstration
prayer service. Study topic: Rev'
j elation 22. Chas. C. Shepherd :

The friendly church: In the heart
. .
of town extend a cordial

to all to come and welcom'l - -- ____ __ H_ __ __ _. __
For hospitality. at any of our services," concluded i) Ii J ,"J, .7l11'ii ,."Jj ." i' t ". ;J l at.l1 J:!; Jl u'tllG 111M 1m .I'I! r

the Rev'Swlndall. "In the wordsof :-H
Paul. 'Come let us reason to-

c gether'."


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will now be accepted Immediately,
according to Capt. J. J. Reardon,
State Marine recruiting officer.

r of good things to eat Past small quotas had limited ,.i\
the number accepted he explainedand

: had given rise to the Impression -
i. that the Marines were no longer x

I enlisting.
"With an appreciable increaseIn
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Is now possible for any young man

tl who can meet our mental, moral
t and physical qualifications to be
r t'' v1 on his way to 'boot camp' and a

.. 1 career as a Leatherneck In a very '
n .
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anyone of the Marine Corp. recruiting ness of a convertible with the comfort and its wide side windows unobstructed by any
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Fl w JUN 9- 1950 .

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Baseball Activities Eight Girls Attend ZIRCON MILL AT TRAIL RIDGE
Will Feature Legion 4-H Short CourseIn .
'- .
Tuesday Tallahassee .
Program ; "/
,, "
., ,,', ,?t My address on April 1, 1050 wani
..Lt>t'a Play Ball" will be the Eight Bradford County girls .'. t'I.

theme of at the the program American to be Legion presented accompanied Home. Demonstration by Miss Dorothy Agent,Ross and. House Number and Street.._._.____________. ___________ Apt N,

meeting to be held next Tuesday Miss Oleta Green, local leader, r (Or descrlptluu of location)

night at 8 o'clock In the Legion are attending the annual 4-H Glut 7 r .. .
n I I City, town, village ------------------------ +------__'State
Home. Coach Herb Thomas and Short Course at Florida State Uni- .
hie Junior Legion Baseball Team versity in Tallahassee this week.
American Legion Softball The girls left Monday and will return r"
and the d I i Naill" Of E..h I.p..n tthose tTltual Relationship of this SENPlww : :

tram will be honored guests Saturday afternoon. Of n."I.lt'm'e "'1&,. In This Peron to the head M AG
at this meeting. In addition, J. The short course Is being attended COLOn
J 1930 uf the
W. Andrews, co-sponnor of the by some 800 or BOO' glrla from Household en April, household on. OB

Junior Legion Team and Frank all parts of Florida, selected for sUt'h aRoontel.1. Wetc.. b RUE
,: eye$. District Chairman of the their outstanding achievement ir (fast name) (Firtt'mmfle) (Initial) Son, .. : OII;

Junior Baseball Program, will b<> various phases of the 4-H program "-- --- Ola

present such as foods, clothing, gardening "".1.0' ;;

Th. nroirram! will Include a mov- home':!. Improvements, and poultry, se- .MObI title .' ,1".I.-
1e of the "World; Scries" as well I Those selected to anena from M ..w ws :", ;"r", 'I h'

j ant short talks by baseball offlfi2ls this county, and their home clubs + '': ',' it '. 1' ';,. "" :,)Mi --.
Yr ;
: and. former profeiurionalplayers. I are as follows: -S I

A representative of the! Lawtey! Shirley Rosier and Jean -,,-
1 Florida Athletic Supply Co. of3ainesvllle r nette Blount: ., "r ,"* ,

J < will be present to take I Hampton: Margaret HeYaey and ,. ,

\ orders from those desiring base Gladys Bundy; Pictured above Uthe zircon mill operated at Blamllng by the Humphry Gold Corporation. ZirconIs
I Heilbronn: Marian Norman and
ball equipment. obtained* a by-product from the quart sand that Humphreys In. working to obtain llmnlte for the .
Coach Thomas announced this I I Geraldine Carter; .;, I. lul-ont de Neinours. II Co. of Del. If haven't been visited by -
Wilmington, The simon mill.hh'h Humphreys' operates aa Its own you a census enumerator
ball'P1a'era'lor Biooker: Ann Crosby and Jackie clip thin
he still some
week that the Junior team. Any Green. enterprise, has a capacity of 2.000 tons per' month, but Is only In production a sufficient amount of time fill it in, and mail it to District Supervisor U.S. Bureau of the coupolM
t boy residing 1n Bradford Countywho The regular 4-H Girls Camp: to supply order received for the minerals. Last month 500 tons were produced. Refined lron Is snowy Box: 688, 317 Main Street Jacksonville, Florida., us, P.O. !

was. not 17 years of age before will be held at Cherry Lake near wh1t In contrast to lliwnltv., which Is black.. Zircon has Its chief urn In ceramics such as porcelain coat-

January 1, 1950! ,'eligible.. Madison from June 26 through lags for refrigerators, refractory brick, eta twp. 6 S, range 22 E. danoe Is tea West 10th Strait,New Protractor

Uniforms will be Issued net, week July 1. Miss Ross states that anv Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith ofi I I York You New are York r.niilr: fl n ...n... ?_ ford Uc at
and the team will play Its first 4-H girl Is eligible to attend this 1 Bradford County to Mr. and Mrs June It. 1(50, In the 'above -nam.;d County Tl'!
Tourist ClubRequests THEY'RE ONE YEAR OLD NOW Court and calm wherein plaintiff ruler pnltraetor..
spar with Lake City Thursdayafternoon camp. Paul Buran of Starke. Track of B.ek. divorce. Bradford County Telegraph
at the Bradford Ball The 4-H Boys Camp will be held QuartersA' land In the SE cor. of the NE shall publish this Order In
at Cherry Lake July 1015. 34 6 S, next four weekly issue
Park. quarter of sec twp. range
Witness my hand and official seal
All boys and men of Bradford delegation of about. a dozen BOYER ',;... ;JWIN| || a E. ..t srarke, Florida, this May" 10, 160
,I OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas, W.C.T.J
in base taxpaying citizens of Starke
County who are Interested Rites Held Monday' appeared / y As Clerk of said Court
ban and who would like to, try before the Board of County
out for these two Legion teams For G. A. Arbogast Commissioners Monday and i "n"'i'i' !., rlrrvlt. Court Bradford. c..." T. Frank Landrum. Stark, Florida, ROGER!: \KB\CI p
urged to attend this meeting. requested the use of a portion ) f! Kl rldai !. (;aaseerr.Frank A. Z. Adklna Jr, lOT E. Union 8t. BABSON,",,8.\1\
are j' A. Knapp, Jr, Plaintiff v> TEEN
George A. 60 BILLION,,
Arbogast,< a resident of the present county jail building, Martha. A K. Knapp, DefendantCher Ottlnesvllle, Florida Boy
of Kingsley Lake, died in an situated at the corner of Jefferson No. 759 t. Atty. for_PIt 8-lt 4t I.J NATIONAL 1NCOlig 00.

Guard Threatens Asheville, N. C. Hospital lost Sat- Order of P.blleatIe A.d Nolle Totpprar. TO THE G4KBVGE
St. and Temple Ave., If and SI'ATK OF FLORID* TOiMartha
But Lawtey Again urday after an 'illness of 15 when a new jail building Is constructed 279t'T A. K Knapp, whoa rail- EASE PRICKLY HEAT THE FORM OF LMroi
months. COTIC8,
:elsewhere. iHJJ and Diaper Rash FAST! OAMBlHc
Emerges On Top Mr. Arbogast was a native of The delegation desired the use Rtllif (ram prickly h.M sad ether miner OTHER THINGS HTtt\(
New York City. He had been ar I I skin irritations comts last when you cue DERMINE UKU.TH-V
National Guard threatened Lawtey's ; of a portion of the building as medicated LVOO-BO.ROU Now vied for
International representative of the all minor skin irrltatloni. Sold with' PLOY ADIUn' OF
a meeting place for the Tourist oilPLE. (
unblemished Softball record Acoustl Paper Co. for the past Only money-back ,uo..n.... at sit drurslifcsLYCOBOROL ."
the togo Club. After remodeling and redecorating -
Monday night' forcing game several years, and. was formerly *
It would be used for
the Law-
an extra inning
president the Far Eastern Division
emerged !8-4 win the weekly entertainments staged
teyltes finally of the Universal Leaf Tobaccc
for their seventh victory of by the club. One
ners Co. for 20 years. He had lived in
the season Shanghai, China for most of his The delegation was assured by Kill 'era All with
Ed Teston pitched for National Commissioners that their request -

Guard while Ralph Darley vas on life.He is survived by his wife Mrs would receive priority ifand o. i I I COOK( KILL< ).TMI"OKI IDS rniH mill M THir ii..MDI iiui III I'

the mound again for Lawtey.In I Ruth Y. Arbogast; his mother I when the building la made a- Left! r HMIEHOIO illUSf I
the second half of Monday : Mrs George Arbogast of Staten tS ,
night's doubleheader Alvarezi Island. N. Y. two 0 '. e% rTe
I ; daughters, one
Seated Hercules 8-8. sister'and two brothers. Lions Lose Game Me

:another Last Friday win, downing night Alvarez! HumphreysGold scored Funeral afternoon services were held Monday To Archer 3-2 A memorable event- took place at the H. C. Boyer ranch, north- REMINGTON KOCH DRUG, STORE Teh plea
at o'clock In Hard-
81. In the second act Hercules west of Starke on the morning of June 2, 1949-the birth of twin Brahman Startup
age A Sons Funeral Chapel, Jacksonville The Starke Lions lost to Archer NEW-DELUXE
bested National GuArd 123. I calves the only known set of twins of this breed In the United
Interment was In Oak. 3-2 at Bradford Park Tuesday
Saturday night saw American I States. The twins (pictured above as exhibited' at a recent stock
lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville. night. The locals outhit the visitors For Beat
Legirn beat Alvarez Twhile but field errors cost the show) are one year old now and getting along fine. Mrs.' Boyer Is I the
iSMS took the measure 'Hum.pbr.ys Cattle Testing, Lions the game. Mitchell Brown shown with Pink Lady and Blue Boy. The calves were born":of purebred .I

Cold 14-3. handled the pitching assignmentfor stock, their mother being Blue Director's Criselda, and ,their sire AIRPARK DRIVEN THEM
Tonight (Friday) will, 'feature To Begin June 12 Stark Dumpy Manso. '
SUCS vs. Hercules and American TYPEWRITERRegular

Legion vs. National Guard Veterinarians .with the State So far this season the Lions

Saturday night Lawtey will play Livestock! $ Sanitary Board .will ar- have a record of .7 wins and 4 Starke Included On Survey List Submitted Keystone Heights

Humphreys In the first half, and rive here next week, to test Brad- lOtI sell. I S tJoJ.r .f a wood m..ri>.,. she natural ro.1 l of the ...01...r *rtiottt ..N
Alvarez and National Guard will ford County cattle for tuberculosis They played the Post Nine Gen To Congress As Possible Air Academy Site 4 1s'.It. open at eke I>r1t-ln.

clash In the second. 'andBang'1 disease during the period erals from, Jacksonville this Thurs- Factory
June''' 12-24. day night, but the final soore was Starke was included on a list 'of Friday ft: Saturday June 9 A 10
Monday night's elate will bed Florida, Georgia, and Alabama Set Price $98.55OUR
American County Agent, T. K. McClane not known at press time. I
Legion vs. Humphreys;; towns to be surveyed as possible Realty TransfersMr. TRAIL'S END
and,Hercules vs. Lawtey. stresses the urgency of having cat- PRICE
sites of the proposed Air Force
tie tested for tuberculosis and ,ADDRESSESOF Academy. The locations to be and Mrs. Walter. Willis of A thrllllne Western

Arthur SwanbomAt brucellosis, and points out that surveyed were listed ,with members Clay County to w, H. Smith of Johnnie Mac Brown A Malt Terhulmb (Alibi)

the testing Is especially Importanttb INTEREST: of Congress recently by Starke. Track of land in the SE Xl" Chapter 5 "Oho of Zorro" & 'II\Pllts<
Virginia Station,, families owning cows whose
milk Is used without pasteurlzatlon. J. W. Abel 10 S. Oakland Ave.' the Air Force. cor. of the NE quarter of sec 34 7500PLUS

Arthur W. Swanbom. AviationMachinist's car. B. S. Conover, Ventnor, N. The Army Engineers Division Sun. & Mon., June 11 A 12 ,Wed. & Thur., June UI"TRtS"
Office In Atlanta will male ,
: Mate 1-c, U. S. Navy, 'Persons -.T. --- the-- .--1 *
1* serving at the Naval Air Facility. desiringto! have their Mrs. J. C. Keene 1208 W. Adr surveys at an early date. it was us INM Stan i Ji*

Chincoteauge. Va., attachedto cattle tested should notify the alee St., Tampa, Fla. stated. Congress Is now considering Office Supplies LADD !
county agent's office MacMurray-SiilneK-fi
Immediately proposals for creation of TAX i
Air Development Squadron 2. H. G. Davis. 600 W. Oliver St., iI
In order that they might be assigned the academy. I ItMM MMl*
He If' a member of a maintenancecrew Gainesville, Fla.. ,
responsible for the upkeep of a definite date for this service. W. F. Smith, Amerada Pet. Senator Spessard Holland stat MARSHALL-CRISP

several aircraft. Mr. McClane states that this service Corp, Palty No.* 8, Chtldresa, ed that the following Florida EASY TERMS
The son of Mrs: W. R Swanbom I' will not be available again Texas cities have been, selected for site I 'fytilwMNGsans" tai3iiw )

of Starke, he attended' the University for three years. Chas. L. Wiggins, Dental Dept., surveys: t ,
of Florida before entering NAB San Diego 55, Calif.J. Apalachicola, Avon Park, Boca BRADFORDCOUNTY i tl W <

UM Naval service In November Sapp With RobertsEathan E. McKInney 5866 S.W. 17th Raton, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Ai I'
1941. St., Miami 44. Fla. Lake City Lakeland, Miami, New a...7ht seq. jj1JQ'I- ,
A Sapp, veteran Starke Mrs. R. W. Reese, Quarters Smyrna Beach, Ocala, Orlando, ; '

Lions Select Queen auto salesmen Is now connected I 1010-A, Maxwell Field, Ala. Palatka. Sanford, Starke, Sara I K :t L VwY a ..rousro.was ,
with J. P. Roberts sots. Tallahassee Tampa, West
Motors, local I Mrs. W. D, Bishop 983 Ethan use( seta .r mmW 11
For Fiesta Event Dodge and Plymouth agency.. 'He 'Allen St., Jacksonville Fla. Palm Beach, .Wllllston, Daytona TELEGRAPH 4
was for many years connected with I C. E. Wldner. 4917 Astral Ave., Beach, Fernandlna Cross City I Plus Selected Short'Subjects Plus Selected Short 9uJ

Miss Muriel Ritch was selectad the Andrews Ford dealership, and Jacksonville, Fla. Klsslmmee, and Marianna. I

at the Lions Club meeting more recently with Libby Sales A H. V. Saxon, Box 68, Pompano Starke's bid for the Air Force

Wednesday night as Strawberry Service', Beach. 1J'1a. Academy was placed. through the
queen to represent Bradford Coun- \ Chamber of Commerce with attention You'll
Ssy" .ft the Fernandina Fiesta. Ml tXtltch McRae Is ChaplainFriends Softball By-Laws called to the outstanding Say Dollaifor

; and her chaperone ,will enjoy advantages that the Camp Standing "The Doll -
four days at the Fiesta with all.expenses of Julian (Judy) McRae AdoptedThe reservation offers for such J best-writing

: paid by the Uons Club will be Interested to know that he an. Installation. Among these features fountain pen I
On Sunday a delegation of Starke was recently elected' chaplain of Constitution and by-law arc: land available at little ever used carit beat

Dona will attend"the ceremonies his'American Legion Post In Hop recently approved for the Bradford or no cost, sine It la already I you a

of crowning the> Queen of the Valley, R. I. and. on Memorial Day County Softball League are as owned by the Government; excel- AND ONLY 1.75

Fiesta. Anyone wishing to go assisted In conducting a aeries of follows: lent drainage and water. supply;
along to help the Starke entrant services at cemeteries and surrounding 1. No member of an organized.team favorable climatic conditions for

to win U'welcome. towns In that vicinity.. f will be allowed to play except year 'round training; availability POINTS REPLACEABLEFOR

that he shall not have--- nlav-'-# of already-constructed air field. ONLY 35c
ed baseball In the seven consecutive Guy Andrews, president of the
II A Wide Of
Variety Potato
t day prior to date of softball Chamber of Commerce, states IrI11M11
To !
game for which eligibility that members of the survey team Every Taste

Is requested. will be taken on an Inspection

2. No spikes of any description tour of Camp Blending and the .

fp will be permitted. former Keystone Army Air Field

3. Admission: 12 years and when, they arrive in Starke. il
under free; above 12, lOc.

4. Three doubleheaders will b.. I
Protests ,must be filed within
*' played per week. Season opens
r Monday, May 1. three days of protested game. sole
e f ISPAY 5. Teams are limited to rosterof Protests will be, ruled on by the II
._ 1
I 13 men. Board (managers/ and sponsors) c.

8. Each team furnishes two and all majority decisions will be

10\.ltl\ of t e I. balls and one bat at beginning of final. I

D. season: when these are depleted 11. Games will begin promptly
,"0'10" ;Ii!! each I team furnishes two more. at 8 P.M. and after a 15-mlnuto:

4 sN ... .GUUA 7. Gate and concession receiptsare Intermission between games the

,.II Itc'c'ne.. to be> turned In to a general second game will begin. Umpire's
fund to be applied against all decision Is final aa to whether
.<"A/neN ." league field U playable and as to time
f. ... expenses. ot
.. .
1ft" _I. 8. Games play. .
\ \\ \ \. CI- "...."' .... \ are limited to 7 Innings. A
and The first game will Wonderful
begin at 3
l thrillingtot lndude P.M.' Either or both teams will -\QUR Performer

. 6 nibt. 01.VJasbtngaabielt0s forfeit loss if they are unable to -- DfIJVfIf Net

\&b.e\, \ttdtnae beautl yje "Ve..tl1OlIoO8f. ..11 ell field a team at this time. The O INOF' Nlrltlto olrisccdte4Lcooh -at a Wonderful

A, : p\1b\\G \.toIb"o"d, \. bust'Arhntt0r.its same rule applies to teams scheduled Price!
( to \\\ ...., to play the second !
a1 .Sthu.eel"h BtAt10N I They will be prepared to play/game at !:! '::2:. for Almost'the immetuely*T ryb gU5 9 P.M. : popular Poodsc.
ls1e f"D or one of both teams will I H most eathuiiamc :And Pontiac is famed
forfeit. m are tho. poketmea everywhere)
GIl''f"OUtiO The who ew* thjs great areThe dependability and.coaom '. 5-PsMeiiier/ sl(
-rTTTj 9. Any player desiring to change .. gtalr-poser IOUHTAIM UK fact behlad this sdmiinuoo
'I teams Is of Pontiac are ThoM are the facts,and SG Cyrindet Sfda
,' not to join any other very simple they are
M 'f.ii"t, ;: team without written release from FOR SitU AT Pontiac Is America's impressive. But they are a ht murt
lowest imfrfo/tn Iwel
to the
original priced Straight person behind the
manager (, O the lowest-priced Eight.! Ponder I i. wheel of a Pontiac. He "
10. In case of knows for
: car
protest, protest.Ing Bradford with GM
eN. County lirdra-Matic sure that dtlUr
1 Drire. ftr d. .. _
team must post S2 with Pre SAVINGS Poetise: U the ..'I ktmt t PtnlUfl JUr, ym -''- I Wr
ident of League and In the eventof

Temple Ave.r rTelephone 16'.1 protest being refused,' the deposit Telegraph
Is forfeited and will revert Florida Bank at Starke

oases t*> F-lmvr Davis aa* tk. News *.. to the general fund. 'Member G.
? wed mm* Frl. 1'tlS If protest F. D. I. C. 123 W. J.
.. saver. MPOdt..Ot ec leer dial. IS upheld, money is refunded. Member Fla. Nat'L Group Phone 29 McGRIFF

I Temple Ave. & Pratt St. Starke, Florida .