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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Wtjit this country needs j is more men in public office with _...BATTALION. STAFF AT CONFERENCE County May Have Good I

Berry
- Crop
,ge to "speak out in meeting" that was exhibited lastFlorida's .. : r '

lId'' Comptroller C. M. Gay when he charged ,. .


( ';welfare to delinquency-of program talks before illegitimacy as civic currently groups, and administered last immorality.eries week Gay.is con-said t"j.'f'. .. I Despite Coldest Winter Since 1940 ''I'II [1


ad been warned that he musn't criticize the welfare


'because expendable it would though be, "political and must suicide.talk about" it," he I JIMMIE CARRAT SAYS IT'S GREAT TO BE BACK IN USA District Office


d. 1 "It's great to be home again", In 194T. the people of Greece feel toward

inted out that the Welfare Department since bed 0 exclaimed Jimmy Carrat after r*- I Carrat remained in the Army. the United States. He explained Gives

,' 15 years ago. has grown to the stage of spending turning to the United States frum serving moatly in occupation duty. that they were grateful for every ReportOf

10 a year in Florida. This year, he added, the de- Oreere. Young Carrat son of Mr. until the Utter part of 19.V: He thing the U S. had done to help

I asked the Budget Committee for an appropriation I and Mrs. A, II. Carrat arrived in left Greece In November of last them, especially the Marshall: PUn

0,00 or more than any other activity of the Statent. T' .: Starke during December after ,beIng year and arrived' home in time tn aid TemperaturesAlthough

overseas for IB years. rpend! Christmas with his parents I According to Carrat, the Industries .

_ The slender dark-haired young Now that he I II out of the Army of Greece were able to got
inception the department had in mind the support hard freezes have
man finds Stark a peaceful and again free to resume his back on a fulltlme schedule only
ate's old people who were no longer able to come. late as the middle of
earn a
; refuge/ after spending three of the education he 1 II finding It difficultto through U. 8. aid 1 Roads high-

Gay recalled. "But the program has so greatly in- .' last tour years In the Greek army. make a decision on what to do ways and railroads were practically March, Bradford Countlans now
that wonder if it has feel relatively safe in breathing a
id expanded we gotten out He was a medical student at the His father U urging him to return saved by American help.
sigh of relief and
looking back
he commented. University of Athena when the to medical school Now the Greek people are filled on
mptroller's remark, particularly in relation to the / Germans closed the school In 1042. preferably again with fear. They have been what weather record will probably -
Emory University In Atlanta, and I prove to be the most "..u.talnedcold"
1t1 ogram's "contribution" to illegitimacy and immo- His education ceased for three been hard hit by wars since 1940 cold
winter In
1 ms well grounded in vital statistics-at least in years until 1943: when Greece was get a degree. As the elder! Carrat and probably need peace a. muchIf Although the recent at years.
no
mercury
; liberated. However he again had explains, "There aren't enough not more than any other nation.
County. time low
dropped as It did In
here reveal the startling fact that the per- Pictured above are staff officers of the 2nd Battalion 124th In- to drop ills studies when an urgent good doctors for everybody lain According to Carrat. Greece I I. the winters of 1940 and 1948. tht
gures
illegitimacy in births the fantry of the Florida National Guard at a recent conference at Camp manpower need forced moat sure my son would do well. In the ready to arm to the teeth! If necessary cold apparently began earlier and

among negro populationd Standing The 2nd Battalion Headquarters Is located In Starke and of the student deferments! to be medical profes lan". but the people .would rather
has increased 100 lasted longer this winter than
I County cent in the tend any
per drills cancelled and huge number was The well-traveled young man spend few of
weekly are held each Monday night In the armory here. The a a years peace and season since the Front Warning
1940 and
between 1950. 124th Is part of the 48th Division drafted Into the Greek Army early (he Is 29) commented on the way rest from the horrors of war
Infantry composed of Florida and Service was Inaugurated In the
,,0 the percentage of illegitimate negro births in this Georgia Guardsmen.

1 s 16.6; in 1945 it had risen to 21.6; and last yearn Seated from left to right are Capt. Herman Bernrueter Jr.Jaok I COMPLETE REPORT OF CAMP BLANDING CONFERENCE Gainesville Low mark district this season In 193738.was 22.8
of 32.5
all-time high cent which
that
per means
sonville. Battalion degrees recorded November 25 at
Supply Officer; Capt. Hugh B. Ingram. Jr.. Starke.
1 every three negro births was illegitimate. Commanding Officer Hq. Co. 2nd Bn.; Capt. Albertus J. Cone, From the office of Senator construction. Mayor Brownie explained that the WarningService'. Station

crease in negro illegitimacy on a statewide basis Gainesville Battalion Spessard L, Holland the Telegraph Senator Holland emphasizedthat he was an Infantry Officer in 0622T located on the F. F, Flume
Intelligence Officer Capt. John S Jr.
L gradual, but nevertheless sufficiently great to in- Jacksonville ; Calhoun. has received a copy of the memorandum Ute only former Army installation World War II and be knew of the farm east of Stark.
Battalion Plans .A Officer
efinite trend. In 1940 the state rate was 17.4 per Clane, Jr., Training ; Major T. K. Mc- prepared by the Senator's In Florida. that could possibly !. outstanding qualities of Blandlng I Low marks recorded la previous

J_ 945 it reached 18.2 per cent, and in 1949 (the last Edward B. Starke Klssam Executive Officer. Standing left to right are Lt. secretary Ralph Davis on the be reactivated Is Camp Bland. as an Infantry Center He also seasons at this station are .. follows

i-hich complete figures are available) stood at 20.9. Stark., Battalion Communications Officer; 14. meeting held by the Florida Congressional Ing. He pointed out that Camp told of the sincere interest which I :

Wm. F. Girtman Leesburg. Battalion Adjutant; and Lieut. Colonel delegation with Secre- Murphy and Camp Gordon-Johns the City of Gainesville\ had In seeIng .
te the white population has remained more a__. .....
among
Robert B. Harkness Lake City Battalion Commander, tary of the Army Pace on February ton had both been completely a- Camp Blending reactivated. 11.11 f.flaleisaT.1S .., ,
the
at around 1.7 cent. .
ble through I
years per The conference was the second to be held this year by the 114lh: 14. bandoned. He felt that Florida Secretary Pace explained that It 'UI-U. 550 ..... ItUU.
50 there were 88 negro births in this county, of Infantry, and It Is of the memo- should have an active Army was the \ ." Is Jan 571540.4t
planned to hold six more between now and the aa- The complete copy responsibility of the
I were recorded as illegitimate. nual summer encampment, to be held 'July 8-22. andum follows: Installation. He also emphasized Commanding Officer of each 1541.4* It : fJ::: H

ot known just how many of this number are now Memorandum on Camp Standing the millions of dollar. of Federaland Army area (General Hodg of )543.44 114t.n n.551 "lOb 0..., IS Itr

benefits under the aid to dependent children pro- Conference held February 14, 1991 State monies that were put Third Army) to survey and Inspect "....'5 II 4 D.". I'I"
.
I t it is safe to assume that many of them are, since c. C. Directors Permit "at 11:00: a. m. with Secretary of Into the access road system constructed all former Army Installations. ,, '''..41 II'n.1 Nov.".b. Ii II

) that their mother is not living with their father Granted the Array Pace., around Blandlng during General Hodges is now doing that leu.ee 1541-41 It.Is C S Jan Jan U a

_ke them eligible. Those attending were Senators World War II. He pointed out that but he will follow a criteria set i$45.SG Is S ...It, .IIistest

Holland and Smsthers, Congressmen large recreational camp. were down by Army Ground Forc.. aa I u.a No. IBo
t urposes of argument, say that 25 of the total will To Be ElectedAn For New .
CourtA established at St. Augustine Jack to need for
Bennett and Bikes, Mayor i certain types of trainIng The
V. find their way to the public assistance rolls, each early onslaught of the win
Milton Brownlee of Gainesville sonville Beach and that Starke camp. He .iwlll also consider
in the neighborhood of $20 month. There I ter season Just past recalls that
per you Mr. Pace. Brigadier General W. L : had built an unusually large USO the cost of reactivation of various
ther $6,000 annually added to the mushrooming election to fill existing $20,000 tourist court to b* Barrlger, G-4 of Army. Brigadier Center during World War II. All bases, accessibility and attitudeof of 1940-41 .wheiv the mercury dropped .
to 22.4 November 17
rogram from one county-and one of the smallest vacanciei on the Board of Directors built on Temple Avenue by A. T. General D. A. D. Ogden G-3 of of these facilities are still available local communities. : consternation on and spreadIng -

State 1 Is it wonder that the welfare people of the Starke Chamber of for Immediate us*. mLs.ryamong
Davis.
any Commerce will (** held In the Dempsey topped the list of COBstructlon Army, and Ralph ; From General Hodges the t-.port' the Camp Blending Boom-

f$66,000,000? Soon it will be $75.000,000 then courthouie Monday night, March : permit. l.eue4laat month Congressman Bennett was. the Senator Smathers strongly will come to Army Ground Forces''town blvouacera. Construction of

-then but why go on? The sky's the limit 9. at 8: P. M.Nominated in Stark. first spokesman, presenting brief. emphasised that the Army' need. hr where It will be reviewed by the camp was at Its peak at that

have Raid before and now repeat, no one be- Two ly but strongly the various facilities now are for Infantry replacement General Mark dark and his staff. time, and laborer were camped by

I the funds that go for the support of-our old people to fill the four place .. permit for $3,000 homes which are still preseal at'' and Infantry Division. He -reminded Their recommendations)) will com ,the thousand In tent and trailer

\ no longer care for themselves and have no son or on F.JP.the Board, S.are B.: Guy Simmons Andrew, \V.T. *. brought the total planned construe"tlofc.ffliF """"'. Qti# Standing and ready for Immediate Mr. P ,,c0 that CampBlandlng *& SortVjrirf"n4/ .hi* staff. Vc Ole-au-r: mclln6 area without
sBtump ,
financially able.to'Mmmt 'this resp ftSfblUtY:1Norne .. milhonth tp 2SOOO.:] operation. such a* water was constructed during Pace emphasized- that rarely .d141' adequate meana of heating':" The
Jaekaon Irvin Robblns J. V .
,
: World War H to serve a. an he1 deviate tron
argue over funds 81)ent) 'for-the support of de- Jaudon. Charles ahd Th* two residence'permits were work, power plant sewerage facilities ,tile rJcornmenda-1 early cold of, that season caught
Shepherd,
(sued to. Mrs, a. V. Lee, for eonstructlon and street network In the Infantry Replacement Training tion on reactivation matter from' many offguard and It was estimated -
5 In bona fide instances of need. But if the T. H. Slade.
Center and also to train Infantry that what his
on W Lafayette St.. and Camp. He also pointed out that staff recommended that 2.000! pulled up stakea and
is resulting, as vital statistics certainly indicate Four will be elected from this to Le,..* *undy. for house on ,some thirty to- thlrty-flv thousand Division This make It particu- He assured the delegation that left during the bitter blast

in increasing moral laxness among a certain seg- group at the meeting Monday Cherry *ft-eet This latter wan acres of land was held by the larly appropriate that Wending be every consideration would be given The preceding January ((1940))

) our population, then corrective measures must be night. moved hei'e from Camp Blending State Armory Board of Florida seriously considered now. Blandlng but up to this time also set a record of what Is believed -

I" ONCE. After the new directors have and another twenty to twenty-five Congressman Slkes presented a nothing had reached hi* desk In to be the coldest month

1, not think that any proponent of the welfare pro- been elected the Board will meet Luther Harrell thousand acre. was held by the brochure listing In detail all\ Information connection with It. He knew of ever experienced! here; with freeze

that it would develop into a governmental sublegitimate and elect a president and other Federal Government This will relative to buildings and course of preliminary meetingswith Ing or below tempentures record

children, and it such is the case then the officers from among Its member: Victim Of Accident I make an excellent nucleus around supporting In writing all of Congressman reference to Blsnding and ed on 16 days out of 31. The lowest -

_ must be revised to somehow eliminate this demoral- ship.All Near Lake ButlerLuther which to reactivate a Base. HoP Bennett's statements. also that preliminary surveys had l reading. 18.9, was recorded on

:or.imenting. members and prospective also pointed out excellent recrea. Congressman Sike. also emphasized been run from time to time January 27.

on Comptroller Gay's remarks, the Florida members of the Chamber are urged Harrell. 43, resident of tional facilities at Jacksonville that there were sufficient facilities He stated that he particularly This bitterly cold. month helt
to attend this meeting. Jacksonville Beach and Gainesville such as homing training! re. appreciated the delegation giving the atrawberry season back until
_ a newspaper noted for its conservatism said : Brooker, died In a Lake City hoepits.l He emphasized that buildings\ creation etc.. to handle: a rngImental him these highlights' on Blending late March, just aa It Is doing this

I citizens who bear the burden of the welfare pro- Sundajr, morning, Feb. 25: asa on land held by the State were inan combat team right now at and asked that they continue to .season but It didn't keep 194O'f\

[ are entitled to an explanation of how it has been Several InjuredIn when result the of truck head In Injuries received was''! excellent state of repair, most Blandlng with very little expensefor keep him posted. from being the lust berry crop In

from its original purpose to one that contrib- Road Accidents riding overturned which he I of them being of concrete block rehabilitation RALPH DAVIS Bradford County to gross" more

_ illegitimacy, and immorality, as charged During Week 23 near Lake Butler.on State Road than S.10O.OOO.: Of course, acreage
back: In that last seasonwas
pre-war

I__ I raises Comptroller.the question of whether the State's wt-I- Several persons< have been Injured had Mr.resided Harrell In was a farmer and I BIG WILD CAT I 2,139 Wildfires Clay Electric perhaps. double what It Is today -
the
.Brooker sectionall and more than 6,000,000 pints
has gotten out of control. Hi* question will none fatally, In highway accidents his life.According. In This Area Sponsor Contest of fruit ,were harvested. Prices

public mind until his charges cleared The here during the i/sst '
are up. near to Hly'iway Patrol During 50 Season For back In those days averaged

_> job seems to be one for the Legislature before it week. man Howard Colll 4, who investigated Appliance CareAn around $3.20 per crate.

y further appropriation for the department. Sunday morning about 6 o'clocka the accident, the pickup During the year 1910 I, 2,130 wild. electrics! domonxtratlim Prices today are much higher

car driven by Jos. Sherrod, MIami truck In which Harrell was riding fires occurred on woodlands" under pro. of course, and last season. grow

- Sub-District negro smashed into the rear was driven by Hurry Thomas of protection In Florida's nine north gram for girls II) year. of age orover era realized around ''383.2:51.4/1: /

oys Reach Semi-Finals In end of an automobile driven by O.I Worthington Springs. and left the V eastern counties according to the Is being sponsored by the Clay from only 733,992/ pint. of fruit.

By Downing St. Joseph's 34-36 Adams, 62, of Butler, Ky. on High highway for some undetermined annual fire report complied by the Electric Cooperative at Keyatono The first near-freezing temperature -

way 100 near Keystone Heights.The reason at a culvert and ran Intc Lake City office Florida Forest Heights. I of 32.3 was recorded here this

adford boys reached the fact that there was a heavy an embankment. Harell and Service. These nine counties which season on November. 22. Aftes

|U In their sub-district the No. 1 guard substltue until fog probably accounts for the Thomas, wer'both! taken to th make up the greater part of the Purpose of the program Is trhelp two dhya! of slightly warmei
this season when she won her accident Service's District No. 3, are linker girls who are using electricity
jtnt by downing St. I Lake City hospital where Harrel' weather, the mercury dropped tc

: of St. Augustine Wed. rights as a starting player. Them The Adams car turned over In a .died. soon after arrival and Thomas Bradford Clay. Columbia. to acquire the knowledge of that 22.8 on November 23: and continued :
.ft
afternoon. :5438. and 3 girls will be missed" but to pick ditch IU five passengers escaping .Is still In' a serious conditionNo Duval, Hamilton Nassau: St Importance of the proper use, care to fall below freezing every day

vlth Fletcher of Jackson-I next and carry on, with minor Injuries. They were charges h.veoen\ made pendIng I Johns, and Union., No figures were! and repair of the electrical equip- throughout the remainder of November -
| things up .year ment to
ch Thursday night at 8:!>O.Hobb's .' given first aid treatment and carried Investigation.Harrell available for Etuwannee County they are learning operate .
boys Jumped Into will be high scorer Phlllls Strick. to St. Vincent'. Hospital in Is The large wild cat pictured sine there is no Florida Forest Any school girl 10 years of age or The November belowfreezIngtemperatures

lead resting: at halftime land with 280 points for the year Jacksonville. The three negroes In Mr. and survived M,.. Wad by his H. liar.parants above, weighing around 29 Ibs, Service fire fighting equipment over, who lives In a home receiving : and the number of

he home town boys stoppseph' and a 20 point game average: the Sherrod car also escaped with rell, and one brother, J. e. Harrell "' was caught and killed recently by operating In thin county, service from Clay Electric I. hours the mercury remained!) below

tan center without. Mary Frances HazeS with a 18 minor Injuries. Sherrod was all of Brooker. and a sister. Mrs M. C. Roberts pack of cat dog There were 83,836: : acres burned. eligible to take part. freezing are as follows:

goal until the 4th period and, charged with reckless driving. Lucille Baxter Jacksonville I The chase: wa. started In th. Camp over In these. counties on land I Record book. are being dls. Nov. 25: 228; 9 hr.., :5 mm.

bucketed 3 basket He point average per game I Warnell Boatright of Lawtey niandlng north range section and either under the protection of I trlbuted through the schools In Nov. 28 U.3; 18 hrs., 15: mln.Nor. .

>r 10* free shots for a 14 I Jimmie Moncrlef Joan Davis and hospitalized In Gainesville as Funeral services were held at :3 I lasted for two hours Roberts, o county-wide fire control unit or I the 12 counties served by the Co- 27, 29.6; 4 hrs, 20 mln.

lal. Jack Hazen- tallied 22pr : Jackie Tanner. Patsy Evans with the was result of injuries received In an o'clock Monday afternoon In New. I dairyman at the State Prison, said cooperating private land-owners I operative All records will be Nov. 28. 27.3; 8 hrs

Bradford and Thomas 3 years behind her will be the accident about 8 o'clock last Friday Hope Baptist Church near IMCrosse thst he was within 00 yards of Since 2.234.297 acres were un
followed by Clark's 10 veteran guard teamed up with night on U S. 301 near Law- with Rev. Herman Moody I the catch when made and the cat protection In these. counties last neatness, and awards will be Nov. 30 276; 10 hrs, SO mln.
officiating. Burial was In th. was killed Immediately by his the ares burned was only3.7per Ten with and
fletcher rolled over Green I year : made for the three demonstrations mornings freezing
guards Carolyn Kelley. Margie ley. church cemetary with Wilson Funeral seven hounds cent of this total acreageThe two with
}U to reach the semlI -I judged to be the best. rear-freezing tempera
I Moody and Barbara Wllenson. I II According to Highway Patrol Home of Lake City In chargeof A few nights' before this race burning of this area, however! tures were recorded In December
meet the Bradford boys
A. Fillingim. who Investigated !. The first award Is a table model
|BIshops girt finished I I The boys finished their regular man Q. accident arrangements. : his dogs caught and killed a large resulted In an'estimated lose of five In January, and four In Feb
. both accidents, the radio second Is an electric alarmclock
rat Mill Pond In timber
Dekles \ of the
near value
to the
1190.190 ruary.
, son Callahan last Friday 63-35.night Mary by season CAllAhan play 30-27 last and week losing by the edging last occurred when. a car driven. 'The Thing' Sale !| Union County. About 90 percentof growing there concluded the and the third a pin-up lamp. The last freeze with a low of
W Hobson of Jacksonville date of the demonstration
Hazen scored 23 pts, I home to Deland :BO-40 by Robert I the cats he gets are caught and forest service itatement Closing 29.3 was recorded February 5.
game attempted to pass a car driven At Harley Strong'sTa j killed program will be May 1 and
with had a by the dogs. This seaion'a early and prolonged
Strickland Callahan. they
{closely by Against by Lewis Crews of Starke. The I any girls eligible to participate,
All the girls on the team struggle and after being behind. officer reported that Hobson was a "double truck" advertisement -j Radio Station who have not received record book, cold I I. In marked contrast with

Inty of action as they 21-10 during (he 3rd quarter. finally unable to return to his side of the In this issue of the Telesrap Marine Recruiter Makes may get on. by writing the Cooperative 1948-49 and 1919-80 when there

fa( an easy .win.I came "to life" and started road In time to avoid what looked Harley F. Strong, Ifira1, Here Next TuesdayMarine Operator at Keystone Heights. was virtually "no winter" During

I Strickland and Clair Cox dropping In enough baskets to I like an Imminent collision with a Jeweler, gives: the solution of "The Survey of StarkeJohn those two seasons berry growers

hdlvldual honors for themy catch and Callahan In the Thing" he has "nrrrt fur began harvesting In January and
II up pans third car, driven by Floyd Jackson heralding Master Sgt Ray : Tax Collections I II
almost with
being selected "AU 41H period. Clark with 12 points Futch and turned left Into a ditch. th* past two weeki. Thomas', first recruiting. visit of R. Rarlftt owner and operator shipments continued

ent' in the recent Invlta-l was high scorer. The rear end of Hobson car skId. :' "The Thtnsr" li Starke, this I This season: however, not a ber
urnament In St. AugUSt Saturday night In the armoryDeland ded up the road and collided with Strong aa "the biggest. sale ever Mar. 6. Qultman. Olt.. was in
I Total has and
I Last Year's been far
ry shipped so
by the Palatka glrla. Six I took a 7-5: first quarter the Futch car in which Boatrlghtwas attempted In Strke and Bradford With headquarters In the Post week speaking before civic groupl'and I volume Is not expected to get
pr selected on this all. lead the Hobson received a He Office here will be available making a survey of the town
lead, and continued to riding. County. says that "Every Thomas Stat. and County tax collection heavy until the latter pArt of this
ent team and each one The shoulder and was taken tc thing In store. must from 9 until 4 to,and surrounding area with a vtewtit
locals the relit of the game. broken my gn up a. m. p. m. In In Bradford County reached:! 113. month. Prospects are that pro
I a bronze basketball. The two teams Luke's' Jacksonville to the bsre walls!" advise men and women of establishing a radio station
margIn between the St. Hospital young t 110.70 over the four.month period<< duction will be good when It doe
to Palatka In the seml- was never too many points until H* will face charges of Improper Strong adds: "1 am not leaving their opportunities In the U. S. Starke. before the from November 1 to Mrch I, ac get under way however and many
-23.pasons. Mr. Barlett spoke"
late In the 4th period when De- passing on highway Starke, which la my honre., but Marine "The Marines believe In1: cording figures released this growers believe that It Is best for
Tuesday
the girls American Legion on
for
record land:! outscored Bradford 16-11 ju.t have too much merchandise thorough, complete training. saysi I week by Tax Collector J. R. Kelly berry plunts. to be held back by
4 losses. Helen night, the Rotary Club at noon
Capt. points. Connie Clarks 11 points Attend ConventionAttending and It must <<0. In spite of Federal. Thorns "Marine Corp Leaden J, with a view These figures show approximately ) the cold so that they give their
uard Clair Cox and Joan and surrounding area
with 90 of whom served
Hazen nearly ,
was high followed by taxea coming on. merchandisecosting percent (3,000 decrease In comparison I full yield when they do come In,
WiU graduate in May with t In the know that the train. Wednesday nlghe.H a
Thomas ranks *
and more, and restrictions on rather than
I 9 points by producing over a
to total collection for the same
lying the stated that he wa favorably
3
*
each on Conventionof
years points. Ed Scott of Delan-f tot.l.ed the State this and that I am going through edMarlne Is the efficient Marine.1 I period of five or six month ItI'rowers
and last
has been an In Impressed with the town period year.
eam.
Barry Individual honors County Commissioners Tb. Marine sergeant explainedthat
13 point. for with my plan for this gigantic | I get a good price for their
(tiff player with her ball Miami this week are: ),1. O. _I.." male recruits receive eight! surrounding area and< that hi* Kelly also revealed that nearly fruit chances that
the
arc season
driving thrust for the Harrell chairman of the Bradford week "boot" training while" women present. plan Is to proceed with 250 more automobile license plates
nd Farm Burcru NoticeThe Commissioners A feature of this sales event it In the Interent of establishing sold this centristed will go down In the success
all-round team playen I County Board of County receive six weeks training. negotiation* have been year column.All .
a most valuable play. County Farm ; A. J. Thomas. Clerk of a free gift which Strong says wilt Both men and women are Indoctrinated a radio station here. with the number sold this time

a i of her ability as a well Bradford Friday night the Circuit Court: and Doyle K. b* given to everyone entering tn. at Parrls Island. 8. Can He will return to Starke, In the last year. The total number of above temperature figure. quoted

guard and capable of Bur.auo1U meet In the court- Conner. Bradford County Repretentatlvs store whether a purchase U mad* >l both receive ten-day \leaves at near future to continue hi* preliminary tags soUl since December Is 3.3'>3 of are the given through the cour.
8 m. tesy Frost Serviceotfte
potential polnt-mlndec Mirch 2. at p. I In the State Legislature. or not. the end of the training period. work'' h. stated. Last year this date It was< 3.098. In Gainesville.We Warning,

Joan Sweeney has been I house.



1951


PAGE 'O BaADF01U) rnrw"TT TElZGRAI"R." e-rtirarr. ff.nitina.. JFUDiyBradford N.tw. .,

I -- add a half te&spoor full of nDiJa'ben avrsy I see. Aa he started to go around he I and theyaermon. r.> ,

County Telegraph! OUR DEMOCRACY I \\ frying hot cakes, I add a'',i, But chiefest In memory's treas- was about to hit Joyce so she '+
". LyMat bit >f tat melted to the batter. The!I I ure-trove took to the ditch and he put on Miss Ida MeM.
t .use does not smoke up so oneCMJ3 Are the tastes and odors of that b'ake and tried to turn back in. and Nan Mi !', i
i i ESTABLISHED! t.7* E L MATTHEWS. owNfnCDiTOnEtrry not need so much far day The road was wet and he skidded Lena Cook
A gr ise "n the skillet I have aIX That mother evolved by the and hit the back of Mr. Ellis' day, especial} ,,
.\ e 'oj j. Ilo molds and I never knew kitchen stove. truck, throwing one of the girl by. Mills Ma
t hblhhPd Friday sad Entered Becdadclr store them. I got a cant Who e* not remember their out. Joyce said ahe was frlghtenedwithin boy. Congrat ,,'
Offlre at Starke, FlsI ', peas were in and cleaned i''y I does not remember an Inch of her life for she
Muter at the Fotl i own cI..1hood'ho Marie and B
,.: All fit In Just right could see that trailer running ovet
f : I| their own small son and cleaning .,
1951 Out here when we have a Jargegat.b'nng tha far day when cookies or donuts -I the child. When the trailer finally! their home up, ne Thr 14 'III,
AtEAlSEBobwrtptiuM /? (3))
( topped its dual wheel were about lit>
,. one nearly always seer for hungry little ones. If you 18 Inches from the child's hardThe property,and won : rr ,,'
{ t j teacher, remem- "
have been you to it Don't
a :
.%-& AJUtually US For 8U Moats s.' r? little girl was; hospitalized and *'
SPAGHETTI FRUIT SALAD: ber many little children and the time to help B, ,
2 ups spaghetti boiled and blanch, beautiful light In their eyes, then the truck driver was "legalized"Mrs. Ing. She's alwa; 1111:
ed. 6 apples peeled and cubed 1.. sunshine on hair. The gay laugh. Ellis, who is quite 111 at dress for sonic I ':IJIr
WHAT IS OL'R STRENGTH? mn pineapple cubed. S cup lemon i Then when you are a grandparent I times, suffered from nervousness the buttonholes ahe TIIII
During; the \last week the present mayor of West Berlin Juice 2 cups powdered sugar, 4 the little faces reflect the son and and this shock put her In bed. beautiful. Anywa' '' ofto\,
j. ; was interviewed, on television. His remarks about conditionsover ellr" daughter of long ago. You wipe ,where she Is now most of the Ume.'hen sewing, she don' Inlr! .
there were quite interesting, but more so was his reply Beat egg thoroughly add lemon away a tear. Yes, life i* good. it '\\ she has a nervous attack she she scoots to the !ttwnl weR!'
when asked how we can all combat Communism. He said juice and powdered sugar. Cook I Ie worth living and worth dying has a akin reaction which requires I she gets in Bill
in words to this effect: "Our strength is their weakness, |lin double boiler until thick. Add for to know the mysteries and the a doctor's attention. swinging that ax I"ay
their strength is our eakness., cubed fruit and spaghetti. Let why of everything. Cod bless our Charley Welch says hi* 200 sq Frank L. and R, '";,'
When come to think about it. what really is our stand in cold place :24 hour. Add ,boys In camp and Korea and everywhere yard tobacco seed bed Is only go- have put out tl.Jr f err '
you I 2 cup whipped cream. One half of and to all.I send my love. ing to produce about half enough general farming,
fir" ? Is industrial might, superb fighting
it our
strength our
this U enough for ordinary family. God bless and keep you all.LOVELL'RA. plants in time to set out. About Beulah Mae Mr
concept of liberty? Perhaps it is all of these and > p, men our Unusual and good.I half came up early, and now the her brother, Jc "
L
; ;,; other unmentioned things as well but we believe that our I often think that soon today other half are coming: In late. He or Lake Butler "
M true strength, as compared with Communism, is our belief in | will be yesterday and: yesterdaya plans to plant leas than 3 acres party Friday night With 1 '
,j God Almighty and our love of liberty. part of the long ago. Little children The Life And Times this time. What plants are up are I enjoyed by the large OH

In a typical American town such a* Starke for example. I often remember thing abouti Of New River FolksBy big, fine ones, nearly 4 Inches tall. Joe received man at.'
p men and women have the right to worship as their hearts I i a, home that we older one never He says his tomato seed bed The O. F, Tom.innom
j I dream they think of. Here Is a Jessie Lee Lazenby looks fine late, but that he
and only visited
1 dictate, and the churches of Starke crowded on Sundays their eons Frit,
1 active during the week show that Americans cherish their poem I always plants late In order to hit Roy. and their famllis
Long ago on a winter day. ,
the Jax market after the South
Life them than "three afternoon. Mrs. To.
religious freedom. to means more
A small sat the kltchenrange
boy by I HIGHWAY ACCIDENT Florida crop 1* over. He says he'shit been quite III for ,
square meals a day" and the hope of eternal salvation nourishes three 1
NEAR LONG BRIDGE the Jackpot both time recently we are happy to
them through all their trials and tribulations. knowable '
Watching the flickering shadows
I : One morning last week a big on his late crops. to be and
In a typical Russian city (at least to the extent which playAnd semi-trailer was going over the Sgt. David Southerland of Ft. Romle and up Route vialtlnj ,.
',, we are permitted to know) there are no churches and thereis OTve the dough In a simmering hill past Merrltt'a store towards Benning is home for a month's sonville and John
TCtrS Densll
Cross \
no freedon to worship God. Indeed, a Russian dictionary. of m rcy-IE i(is the{ (bo&jt they! wear kettle changed Lake Butler in a slow hurry. It furlough. He's been lucky, getting Thomas of Floral (CI r

l .4 recently printed, lists Jesus Christ and the Bible in blasphemous Who f cek solo save the( lost atvS nurt ails fit| the foal f f care. and To brow.plump). little mannikln: crisp happened that Mr. Ellis, driving home quite often since returning Truby Hodge. recently.
i, terms typical of present Russian thinking. How pickup truck with his children In from Korea. Anita. Moody of Lak,
l' 1, then can the average Russian who subscribes! to Communism CJJU sign! o/tkatjrcat service corps whose mission is(fo gait the And he pilfered a doughnut from the back met Joyce Riherd: a See M. S. Hayes over at the I the weekend with her!

f, deeply love his fellow man. and live a life based on a placein J-\\ victory oller-sjcrin.J, triumph over His heaped up jar.mentor nurse from Union County who Crews farm fertilizing his pasture. Vernell.
pain. aproned essayed a
works
In Bradford coming up the His cattle to be off several
seem Mana
the Kingdom of God? If we are correct in our thinking, frown Wiggins and II
i he must be concerned mainly with the material things of life And aald. "My goodness! Small ;driver hill. Well before the he trailer-truck pounds, like everyone else's.Mabel went fishing recently
saw Joyce decided to
I go Sapp was sick and un- good: luck. Seems
and concerned mainly with the struggle for "three boy are as Ito
square I around Mr. Ellis before he to
got able to
.1 meals a day. SVNTY YEARS Arreit" 'ITS POUNDING BV CLARA BAMTOM, The hungriest creatures!" Long attend church Monday evening biting everywhere wig
I the top of the hill where he could Several others absent
IM 1881', THE AMCKICAM KCP CftOSS 'IS RCAPV AS AUWAV were all go occasionally.
f So we think that our strength is in being a God-fearing '
V po,""ACTIVE SERVICE IN TIME. OF CRUCIAL NEIi .
) and liberty loving people, as compared with the Russians who
have an atheistic state in which the individual haJJ no personal I
4j liberty. .

;, We think the strength of Russia is in their propagandaand
that conversely our weakness is our poor job of selling LOVETTSTARKE
the Democratic way of life to peoples throughout the world.
1 And the ironic part of it all is that we, have the most wonderful L

machine in all the world- our advertising and publicity
means--for selling goods an( services, but have failed to sell
the most important thing we possess. Several steps have

been taken lately to remedy this condition and it is hoped *% FLORIDA Prices .Good Through SAT. MARCH 3rd
that the effect will be successful. y Jiura garqess (olfr ,

h .. It total war should_ come and we all pray that it will not PONCANEBRtWherein ===

men we oeiieve that the balance will DC swayed our I estimate the valuesIn
oy present. Let us let love rule
I strength, which will not be in munitions or hordes of men butS life, I go about my everyday life and walk a quiet way with our INECREST ICE CREAM PINT
solemn belief in God and a love of Liberty for which Ameri- lacks singing' and laying a prajrer. our Saviour. I

cana will fight unto death. I have faith In our Democracy.Let My pie .U done. DoG Is at the
R itor*. Junior I la gone for the week
+ A GOOD REPRESENTATIVE no man say that life U of end to Chicago. I have been piecing
little worth. on my quilt of evening I call NO. 2 CAN TROPICAL
'c Now that elections are some months behind us many What can be understood of it "The Tree Of Heaven". Really KIM EVAPORATED

i'' ffl (people have forgotten about the men they voted for with secret way don't know the name. I have) 3(C
such firm conviction. Perhaps the .man youtvoted! fort was That God muat blend Into hit block made now.
defeated and you are represented by a man who Wad not your common day Helptul Hint: Try putting to** little
a choice. The important thing to remember, is that he IS your When he plan. out the Intrlcaclee vanilla tn.with' prune when' TOMATOES
MILK
of earth?
representative and he is supposed to express the wishes of What ,you cook them, when adding sugar
can he know
: the majority of the people. of of aun..tand
night; _
f'' ; A governor a legislator a councilman or any other elected Of singing, cave the magic of H,1
J ,: officer should keep in touch with the thoughts and feelings the song; :.lJ "" / cm9Z'ea4.d1

of the people but that is not always an easy job. The voter Of birth and death when living
still has an obligation and that is to make his wishes known I la nut lone NEW 2 FOR 29C TALL
to the man who represents him. There is much complaining When little thing can soon shutout 3 25 '

done when Congress passes a bill on a question that is con- the light? :: CANS
troversial. If that vote is not to your liking it may be your Let worth.no man say life I* of little

fault. Did you keep in touch with pending measures? Did There will be four long seasonsto BENDIX
you write or see your representative to let him know how you the
year; MAXWELL
feel about the matter? HOUSE 16 1 OZ. CAN
Ninety-nine chances out of a hun- There I* still the mystery of GI4Io"alle HIGHLIGHT
dred you did not. birth

If you want a voice in your own government it is part of And drath, and laughter muted)i COFFEE79C Blended Juice 23C QUARTS
!\;. your job to know what IIr afoot and to express your thoughts Into tear j ECONOMAT '
on the subject to the man who votes! on the question for you. For darkness will dlaolve Into 33' BLEAC2F0R
f. Then if he does not follow your wishes the next election is the day.
,
And
the time to replace him. he who LOVES will wage
WASHER J6 OZ.
CAN
a quiet way. I HIGHLIGHT
.. A good representative should' know and look
out for the
-- HILDA JANE
1 Interests_of his particular locality but he should not primarily WALTER LB. 19c 2!
have a long arm in the pork barrel for his henchmen or We In America prize life ;above Tangerine Juice
3: even for his community. The good of the country and in all thing Our standard of living
.- I these days even the good of the world must be considered. Is the highest in the world. O"t,,ll
So keep your eye on the big issues me life U of little worth" and
as well as the local .
ones. I
shall say. "Do loot NO. 2
that CAN
I Know what would do say ARGO SLICEDPINEAPPLE
if
you
that LAND 0'
you were representative SUNSHINE
Life I'a LARGE
Beautiful, with It* myrterl SIZE
and tell
; him what you think before you condemn him. A and Itv beauties of nature. Cod
little congratulation on things accomplished is not amiss plant all thlnse well and If we will 29cJ
either. Certainly a good job should be praised as well as a have just a childlike faith In HI* BUTTER SUPER S27c
bad one censored.HIALEAH'S, neatness. then he look over each 'I '
of u* and know when we are
t I troubled and sad. Then we always CARTON
have a friend Jem I like to think : '
of the mysteries of ble, to size up 69'ia
the real value. as oWe note the J : 79c M

brief day go by and each make ,
our stay on earth briefer. It doe
not take much to make me happy. -
==
: I think women are that way. A
smile and kiss from those we love, WITH THE NEW
f .... and aa long a* I have a kitchen fTMsuLtuv1Th -, f
'k/tJ {
1 ild ? aIN-tJU4 with the makings of a pie or something CCCIMih-. <<

good for my menfolk. I am
[[
going to be up on top of the world. RINSSAVERHurt

11 At this moment I have a blacit save vp> t* i* .....*. :_ ._ r4? 1
IJ 1\1JII\ IUII
I
( DAY) \ smell raspberry its fragnce.pie In the Don oven.doe I like can .t w....each washday U. S. NO. 1

them. e Fully automatic<< -7 aa wringer,no Half or Whole BREAKFA4TPICNICHAMS
It I la gray out to-1ay. I love the spinner, ao bolting down POTATOES 10 LB. 29CGOLDEN

I gray day*. All cannot be sunshine Powerful UNDERTOW AGITATOR BACON!
In life, nor do we want it that way. WASHING
Saturday March; 3 FLOATAWAY FLUSHAWAYdraining
We can more appreciate the sunshine e -

call then.to come Last to Saturday a trailer, we house hada eNor surface porcelain top fix extra wock RIPEBANANAS lb. 39c lb. 49

here at the edge of town. A little 2 LB.25C
three year old boy had been shot Amazing yean in writing WooJenub) (tuxaaceeti } -
accidentally by a boy of ten who
I ) had been. playing' with a .32 revolver eOne even dial bare doe to be the diet work-pou Joo'l MEATY
I ParadeBirds SPARERIBS
Flamingo ; ; that he had taken out of a LARGE GOLDENCELERY LB. -
locked tool) box In the barn. The a,-.,...of.....ease ahaw.r.I.e! ,

j little fellow was shot right thin $65.00 .let. than the : 2
average 15C
are paraded only once a the and heart beautiful He was child.such He a perfect wantedno price ., ._.......e washers FOR Skinless WEINERS LB. -

part of the gun< and was playIng .
ONLY $229.95
year at some distance away. Stark

tragedy. Before that a former Sgt ... .. FROZEN Sunnyland Bag Sausage LB.
In the Air Force committed suicide.!I law e M/BNM-tt r FOODS -
He married after the war and had
three small girl He was not 1 In! 12.33 Per :Month

: good from health an accident and had since an Injuredeye he was \Winkler ORANGE JUICE DlXIANA Breast or Legs Fryers. LB. -
b Electric
-r: FI I a mill oo Stakes S out of the service.! He just soul.l
, not seem to make a living and hit STRAWBERRIES Dry Salt
family demanded Jewels
I so much. So you Service Bacon -LB.-

f '. I One of America's Foremost are boy not who so bad are off in service with your perhaps three: I 222 I 5 for 99c Pkg. 29c
Temple Ave.
(rood meal and plenty of clothe
Horse You do I Meaty Neck Bones 2 J.RS
Races I either. not worry about taxe, PHONE ISS .
Life
can never be quite the! -
4 nma for any of u* now that our I STARR:. .'L\. NATION WIDE : :

the nation menace la. In of debt Communism so heavily ever and COMIC BOOKS sLIAR c




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Rcn 2, 1951
'! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: : STARK FLORIDAFARMER'S
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each one Alice by the way, la a going to have our sweet corn and !lian West, at the Southalde Bap. Ross, Mr" Kendall of Starke Mrs.J. 'home) in Jacksonville Monday of visiting Mr. and Mrs
real Rodman
does,farm wife, and can do, and really hated to do it, as It had rye tint Church, Jacksonville. i. R. Kelly, Mm. Floyd Crosby, last week from San Francisco, Reddish Sunday afternoon.
almost anything on the place and lupine crowing. The rye :was Mr. and Mrs. D L. Gann of Mrs Annie M. McRae and Mrs. Calif for a short visit with his
DIARY and as a result her day 4s' a very fine for the hogs and calves, and Pompano Beach were guests last.1. Russell Thomas. wile and two small sons His Miss Patrlca Alvarez of, Van-

complete dark one from daylight until the lupine, although held back by; week of Mr and Mrs. Eugene Birt Mrs. McRae served punch and I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Mc- rbuilt was a dinner guest of
By Sam McGarvey and later. She Is especially cold weather was really starting Hampton friends of Mrs. Theo cookies to her guests.Mr Rae and brother Arthur. visited I Kathy Myrlck Sunday Kathy's
good (Sam thinks so, anyhow) in to of It Simmons other Sunday afternoon
grow. We dug some up of Jacksonville, regretto and Mrs Morris Bennett him, from Thursday until Saturday. visitors
The author wUI be glad to rcrlve taking care of animals.. and found some nitrogen nodules hear of her critical Illness In i and daughter, Betty of Jasper lie and Mrs McRae accompaniedthem were Pansy Joyce Gloria Crosby
Item of Interest concern. on the roots, so the lupine did St Lukes Hospital 'spent last Friday with Mrs. Floyd home Just for a short visit of Sunny Brook, Jimmy and Brice
( lug the activities of former !I. Scrapple, for instance, is a good some good. But we had to get the Mr. and Mrs. C. A Cox had as Crosby Mrs. Crosby and her Sorry he couldn't stay long enough Ladil of \Vea'onnett.Mra. .

+ Bradford County. Suggestion may example of what she does. He was land started as we plan to plan their guests Wednesday of last guests visited Mrs. Sara McCall to see, all the family and his J, E. McRae and son Danny ,

be left at the Telegraph office or one of Porky's litter, and almost by March 1st and that means that week Mrs. Cox's brothers, W M. and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome friends for it might be a long time of Starke were visiting relatives -

mailed to Sam McGarvey: Lawtey, dead when we brought Mm over to we have a Job ahead of us. We are, Phillips Charlie Phillips, and Mr. In. the afternoon. before he ran come home again, 'I here Monday l
Florida. the house. For several days she by the way, planning to hill up, Cox's nephew James Brlstow, all Mrs Route McNabb and baby of
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i'' fertilize, and plant all In one of Jacksonville Robert Batten of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
fed
and cared for him (kept him Lake Butler spent last Thursdaywith Rubber Bands-A complete line
w 5'Bennett In Lawtey soon. This winter has really been warm with a hot water bottle) operation Hope that we can for. Theressa was their dinner gueston Mr, J. R. Kelly. son, Gerald were visiting relatives of the most popular ultra In economical
It will save lot of work and ex.penllt' t
( )ua that be had planted; hard on range cattle. and now the little "stinker" la fat a Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of I here Saturday night. quarter-pound boxes: at
life* of sweet corn. Hot as a tick and growing like weed. C. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox recently Black Creek were visiting relativesin Mr. and !Mrs. B. M. McRae were'' Bradford County Telegraph..
he has spent over Doctor and MrL Walters of the He weighed 2 Ibs. when we rescued Seems visited Mrs Oscar Andreu.l' Mrs. our community this week t
ted this winter for hla Methodist Church of him and at this' time he weighs as though everyone around Delia Hagan and Miss Hannah
1 la a lot of money but Lawtey calledon 5 Ibs. and gaining rapidly. Wecan't here wanted some tractor- Swindell at their cottage on Bed- Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby
this week. of Lake last
us
We're afraid that City spent Monday
|are bringing a very put him back with the Utter ing done and as a consequence: ford Lake.
with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. .
Crosby.Mr.
hese days and every folks will think that we are not as he wants his nursing bottle and Sam was busy from dawn until Mr. and Mrs. R .C. Cray, 81"., of
that starves Is a ller!- good church people for we are not Is not interested in Porky's faucets. dark almost every day. Cuttingup Tampa, were weekend visitors and Mrs. Otis Crawford of
Folks say that a pet pig can grovup ", Jacksonville spent last w..kendwith
by any means regular In at- HUNDREDS
our
tendance to church. We do to be a nuisance and we don't old land la fairly easy on both here.Yvonne Brooklns entertainedwith Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby
mean doubt it, but we'll take care of the tractor and the operator but ? Ion with that, We well and want to get to church a party at her home on Saturday -
that problem when It arises. breaking up new land Is quite antother chlla,in who have been living in
hbor load a cow from something always happens that night. Miami 'or the past two years have of details are managed and economically
matter. The tractor takes
prevents it.
hat was down from Got our electric fence charger moved .ack here. Miss Hazel I
e beating and so does the fellow attended that only a trained and
and Forest of Miami
his was the first time fixed and working again. It Is an Crosby Crosby
at close range the: that Mrs.Sam Miner cut up visited some us land and for asked her. example of what a man has to do i who Is running it, and usually SUNNYBROOKMiss accompanied the Kelly's here and. I careful organization can attend when

ct> of hunger on cat. Enjoyed the on a farm and that Is keeping there are a lot of stumps, stump spent Sunday with their parents, 1
[won't forget It very place as It doing Is a fine work one. She on hasa her things working. The charger was holes, roots, and sometimes a Jot Wanda Crosby Mr. and Mrs. C. A Crosby I the urgent need for serving is at hand
dead as a door-nail, so Sam tookIt of bottles, broken glass, wire, or
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good dairy cow but has the
same apart and by using a couple of what have you. Result is that the -
problem as the rest of us and thatIs batteries and a flashlight bulb so tires get cut and the tractor Is The Sunnybrook Home DemonstrAtion I
Thoroughly that It costs so doggone much Club met with Mrs. Elva PINE LEVEL DeWITT C. JONES
a discovered and fixed the trouble. strained and the disc banged up a
for feed. But every time we thinkof The alternative was to ship the ,a lot. So after doing quite a bit McRae last Wednesday afternoon Uy Mr. H. M. MrRa Phone 7 Starke Fla.
that
Tour Clothes we remember the cost of thing to a mall order house and of this work, Sam. decided that he February 20.
fresh milk and that's enough. have a lot of expense and delay. would charge more for it than for The president, Mrs. J. R. Kelly i I
.
e. i We had good attendance at Funeral Director Ambulance: ServiceOur
rounds presided over the meeting. Mrs.
i But /it keeps you fixing one thing cutting old land and feels that
_ Alice had a nice visit from Mrs. 'Sunday School and Church Services
Annie Mae McFUe read the Scrip
after another. he Is justified in doing so. local funeral home enable. na to offer conveniences and
40c! Will Edwards and Mrs. L. H. Futch . ture and all sang America. Plans Sunday, morning and eve
r otherwise available.
> services not
of Lawtey. We very much enjoy were made to make a V. N. Flag fling New visitors were, M,. and
Reason we needed the fence Speaking of stumps, w* have
[each If Desired having folks visit ua here and of charger was that. we needed to one which blocks our driveway to and quilt at an all day workday Mrs Bernard Jarrls and children, ., ,
course like to show them the things March 7 at the home of Mrs Floyd Terry and Joyce of Naples, 111.. Albert
our stock out of our runner our uncompleted roadstand and It
keep We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, andaccept
that we are doing (but we're not Gonzales and daughter Normaof
sWe patch.. The three gilts .were In it Is tough to get out. Pop dug Crosby
AftT' life insurance policy In force, issued by ANT
bragging about ). Mrs. Dorothy Crawfordof
anything They rooting the plants. and the around it and cut some of the Mrs. Kendall gaVe a very Inter Tampa
up
were especially .Interested In eating talk on Home Industries and Lawtey and Mrs. Virginia company as payment IB part or In full on a fuaeraL
Will calves got in and pulled up the roots and Sam tried to loosen It
| Alice's kitchen garden. We hope Marketing. Southerland of Lake Butler Consultation carries no obligation.
with the tractor but
plants. Of course, we should have it feels ar
someday that we can really get our Those present were Miss Dorothy Owen MrRae arrived at his
four Clothes our fence around it before we setout though It had been set In concrete.
place In good that will
shape so we J
the runners but then it seems Latest Idea now is to burn the ..
have something to show folks. But -
or20c we are always doing things back- thing out, a slower but easler-on.
In the mean time we welcome visItors
wards. And to tell the truth, we the-back idea
5 Automatic Driers! anyway. thought that we could fence it C All
Immediately after we set out out Saw a dog that had been killed BELOW
Put 250 Iba. of 25% organic fer- STARllN G'S
on the didn't *
plants and It was then that we highway and think
tilizer (natural source) 4-7-5 tc found out that the fence charger too much about it, as it Is a frequent ThesePRICES .K
our berry plants. Alice Is very was not working. Anyhow, :we put occuran e. However, when M
fasheteriaStark painstaking In any job, and In this talking to around here learn.
up the electric fence and trainedthe 1 a boy tar, t a Ceiling
particular one she put a little gilts and calves by coaxing ed that It was his dog. "He was
ring of fertilizer around each plantat them with feed to touch the wire. I my dog", he .mid. slowly, "and 1 1 ]
least until she was almost had him almost ten and
Usually all they have to do Is touch years
done and then she put a heap near1TAREZ' It once .and they'll keep away. We I'm going to miss him a lot!" The

think that this Is a good application dog may have beer nothing but II'
for an electric fence, as It is tc : mutt to everybody rise. but to
Men's
STORE Clothing. I II11I I be only temporary and it Is easi that boy It was his pal 5 LBS.
.
: ly put up and taken down. Our

runner pretty good.plants, by the way, look trouble Leo, this our Leo-language week watchdog and ,If got we we hadn.tlund..rstood might Into, P 0 j1 0 E S With $5.00 Food Ie I


AND Porky's I tter which Is now ,'hove lout him. He had a bone Order
ALVAREZ & SON TSTORAGE CO. over two weeks old, Is commencing stuck In his mouth, and the only
'
/ to eat feed and we are glad sound, he could make_ .was a low I

",e.- x. ... that they are. We put a large crate moan. We heard It and as It was,
We operate local near the shed for them, to use as I a different sound we Investigated,
-, '?p;j jt" A long dletaeceR.&ALvA6501l a creep feed and It was not long discovered the trouble and remov- I SM

mwilna J b anywhere,. U. S. before,tby got the idea of It.and ,y0 Jhe -,\one., .i ,i :Bacon LB.39ci Matches PKGS.. 25'
I get I la there and eat every day.
LMOtING ": EXCELLENT Trouble is, though, that the old Had a real treat this week.
lady soon discovered that she :was our first taste of home-grown
v NO'r supposed to be in there, and asparagus and It was almost unbelievably
STORAGE she soon knocked an end off the good. It was so tender KIM
FACILITIES crate. The little pigs will now begetting that it melted In your mouth and Milk 29c IVEL LGE.29C
3 FOR
APF (animal protein factor so delicious that you could eat a

1s For -' ) which Is supposed to make lot of It. But we had only a few !I
them grow faster, and we'll see shoots, and that was only a teas

11ER See U8 first! how big we can get them by er. Hope that asparagus bed comes
I weaning time of 8 weeks along all right and that we have
OS. r: enough so that we can fill up on It.
BAKE-RITE 3 LB. CAN 89'RICE
Cut up the field where we are Plan. sometime In Gainesville to
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Station and get some facts

on raising asparagus here in Brad-


"VE 'ME THIS'51 DODGE ford Alice County Is finally putting some

10 GOOD
LBS.
broccoli In the deep-freeze and we I19 Flour I 169
hope that we will have enough to i
carry us through the year. Worked CLOTH BAG 25 LBS.

life. harder on that broccoli than We
long dependuhlii have on any other crop which we i
..
tried and all\ we will have to show

own for it use will and be some a folks supply might for say our SARDINES, Flat, 4 for 27c PEACHES, 2 cans for 33c

that it Isn't worth an the work. i

"I've. driven tXxJqe cars for years..loiow amount However,to last anything fall our beans at all didn't, but APPLE SAUCE 2 for 29c LARD Gallons $1.39

'r {ram experience ihat you just cant beat everything Alice scrapped, froze the It and field we, picked have ,

"' for DEPENDABIUYYS been eating green beans all
'Dodqe
through the winter. Seems to ua

Don .. Alford, Chicago, III. that the first rule Is to put food PURE
away to eat, and then you're sure Black 29c
Pepper
of something for the table, no

matter what e happens.. 2 CANS FOR

Heard about the first berries

sold on the highway this week;

they brought.SOc. a.pint. lien
Dandy
KnaaaMs Cabin i home
Busiest season of the year ahead 39C Meal 37C
and time will be precious. Got to unts
plant corn, !beans, tomatoes, peppers 5 ,ibs. 5 LBS.

and a lot more. And now lathe
lime when experience (or lack

of It) shows.up.. Homeade Spare

-if Just heard from our star berry Sausage. 49c RibsWestern 39C

salesman Claude Velsor, who tells Smoked, LB.
us that he j>lani to visit us. and
also that another friend Bill Calhoun -

Is anxious to come and help!
us. Needless to say, they'll be ai
welcome as the flowers that bloomIn 6 Bottle Carton



why Dot/ye delivers more miles per dollar ,...0,1.- the Spring.HAMPTON. COCA COLAS IePlus

Abwrbrrs not only give ---
Shock you
VTHISO about this great new I
,
hi>l Dodge- **, a truly/ nrw kind of rid*-but the ,,- By ;Mr, M. C. SweeneyMr. : Deposit
handler-telh smoothness and freedom ...: ..
rides and \\ you resulting .as'\ a ri r
',a car that's built.to last. from wheel, "hop" and "bounce- New.. KIND Of KIDII New Onflow
mean ten car wear prolong car life shock absorbers let yu float down and Mrs. Frederick Watter-
car Ihal'IUnnlllll to look Fluid Drive within roads so bad they slop other are and Mrs. Don McMahon attended -
son
rah'ler plenty room_of a car head engineered, leg' and Famous smoother Dodge starts and stops."cushions" Nncr before anything like ill the wedding Sunday eve- MACARONI 3 Pkgs. for 29c STARCH liquid 2 qts. for 29c

bumper to bumper to last all moving parts from engine 7eIT$' R'"dera l. ning, of Miss Madge Cay and Wll- ,
lo rear wheels-adds to car life
go farther at lower cost tires, towers costs.Cm .

I 1";short
will tell you why this is the for a car and still no' gel all the For Prompt FREE Removal
>r you-for the years ahead. extra room and rugged depend
Mhn rho. IN
few sieve
find that the new Or i flow biiity of this new '51 Dodge. s fw_f-vlcW ton of Dead Crippled &Worth. MAXWELL

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MAR 2 1 9 5 1

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1 ..1 District MeetingOf RED CROSS Local CongregationHolds Agronomy Fiji

; WSCS March 7 TEN IMPORTANT ETIQUETTE CHANGES LINKS HIM Rites For Set For March i


In GainesvilleThe LISTED BY EMILY POST'S ASSISTANT WITH HOME Convicted SlayerThe In GainesvilU


annual district meeting of Post for congregation of St. fed- County Agem, T R S
; I Anne Kent, personal assistant to Emily more
? the Methodist WSCS, Gainesville than :15 years, has listed for the December Issue of ward' Catholic Church In Starke, announced toda> tha

Iv .j district, /will be held on March 7 Cosmopolitan magazine the ten most important changesin headed by Father Wm. H. my Field Day win ti
.
First Church, Gainesville. The
," I.' I i'i OfflesI'bomo at theme for the meeting will be "0. I etiquette. Here they are: Neuhaus, saw to it that Charles Florida Agricultural

:e Master, Keep Us Building." 1. First-name calltn*;. Miss shunned each other. But today Gifford, 71, executed slayer of Station next Tuesdi ,

1. ',tr ra-a-a-rspsr-rssrrs j Mrs. W. B. Landrum, of Tyler, Kent finds no fault with this many of them remain good Charles Schuh found a last resting beginning at 9 a m
practice in circle. where it's friends or, at least, on ..peak.Inl'
Texas, field worker of the Wom taken for ranted. She says term place In Crosby Lake Cemetery "A very Interesting p'

: Boring-Gasser Parties Honoring an's Division of Christian Service, that position and age shouldbe 7. Womea and nicotine. instead of the State Prison burying been arranged" Mr CV
Brides-Elect will be speaker of the day, her subject respected: and children Sherr)"'., famous old NewYork dod, "Including | ,
: Wedding being "Looking Backward- .howdn t call adult by their society: restaurant, for I L'awif ground, as first planned.Glfford's pines, oats, grasses discu8iie, .
Given This Week first bad. woman to light a ?
any
names.
Forward. She Is. unclaimed by
Thinking body was and also
Solemnized a short
; 4 Is Z. Tronier .. wemea."Slacks cigarette/ on the premise. The dlscm.
member of the Board of Missions. modem reach for a friends or relatives and prison bacco plant beds. J Wl
are not incorrect dress woman in
to friends here 1 fs the Miss Winifred Wimberly, popu and Church Extension, >and ha officials to custom In there
Of interest for resort area, sport, and cigarette almost whenever or according noon will be a no M
lar bride-elect has been the inplratlon :
t of the marriage of had wide experience in WSCS she has the whim him
ii1 announcement lounging at home lays this wherever such cases, planned to bury study pasture results.' PAH
John Rutledge Boring III. son of for two delightful partlei work, having served a* a< Confer. expert "but are Improper for 8. Calling OB nsw neighbors. ( In the prison cemetery. When the
c Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring off this week. Miss Wimberly, whose ence end Jurisdictional! officer. A city vemr. Of course,. she add, This old American custom is St. Edward's congregation heardof farmers are in, ,, <
marriage will be an event of Mom mistaken to vanishing, a casualty of World
women are to
Jacksonville Beach to Joye Coray- question and answer period will the plans they made arrangements urged attend this ficu
I' March 8, will leave Starke Sundayfor wear them ever." War 1!. Miss Kent believes
and all
daughter of Mr. beheld, with Mr. Landrum lead held possible. The
antla Gasser, / 9. The younger set (past that "people' instinctive kind to receive the body, progn
f Mrs. Victor V Oanscr! of Naval San Antonio, Texas where she ing. The women of the district eighteen) after midnight. The ness w eventually\ : bring back mass for the convicted man, and : gin at the main farm u
will become the bride of Charles '
Base, S. C. will be fortunate in having her heir modern young woman and her the courtesy call." then burled him in a Crosby Lake: on the Archer road near' 1\
The ceremony :was performed by Schneider, Jr., In a wedding cere promote the work through her excellent young man head for home 9. Buffet meals replace big lot donated by DeWitt C. Jones, da Power & Light atat,
mony at the home of Col. and Mrs alone with other dinners. The modern hostess
Rev. Fred Yerkcs of Jacksonville leadership, counsel and or young local funeral director. The con farmers needing further
Church. E. D. McCall. friends stopping off for a late who gives a dinner party can
tion can obtain
In St. Luke's Episcopal training courses.Among raised funds for the sarie .
gregation )
snack. ahead of time, relax,
4 Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Miss Bar. prepare
Newberry, S. C., at 5 o'clock Fri. bara Cameron and Mrs. Leslie Conference officers at 4. Pontur. "I don't believe and ask the guest to help I private funeral and burial. County Agents iffice
day afternoon, February 23. tending the meeting will be Mrs. we should revert tothe, ram themselves.
The bride graduated from Ash Biggs were hostesses at a delight. W. H. Beckham. of Miami, Con- rod stiffness required v>'ien, our 10. The decline of chivalry. r i".

f, ley Hall, Charleston. S. C., and 1 I.* ful Coca-Cola party Wednesday ference President, and Mrs. A. R. grandmothers were young women Since gaining a more equal
>TfIT. College. morning from ten to twelve at the ," says Miss Kent, "but a status with men, women no
at Ncwberry
t now a senior of New Beach Vice-
Mr. Boring graduated from Duncan berly.Silcox home honoring Mills Wlm Ivey President., Mrs.Smyrna B. D. Adam, of little ture more would gracefulness eliminate a of great pos longer"weaker"expect ex.deference Unless she's a* the In. In Days like These You'll Ac Glad To Knon-\., \ .

: jj ., U Fletcher High School, Jack. of alaleav Gainesville First Church, la the American eyesore." firm or elderly the modern
sonvllla Beach where he was an Lovely arrangements District President.The 5. The typewriter supersedes woman must bustle for a seat
outstanding athlete, and is also and branches of red buds wereplaced the pen. The typewriter for on the subway. And that old
-r attending Newberry College. He at point of interest i meeting will open at 10 a.m personal correspondence is now )hats-off-in-elevator rule has Ipipkf

wt Is a grandson of J. W. Andrewi throughout the home. An import and clone at 3 p.m. with luncheon not merely approved but fa been completely revoked in A&P Actually Yom'Opportunities
ed linen cutwork cloth covered the served in Fellowship Hall. vored. Formal notes, such asan..ers bUKinesa-building elevators.
of Starke.After to formal invitations to Mil Kent
refreshment table which was centered According i iVl>*i* iV iV>*
i c'' a short wedding trip they with glass of Vickers should be penned by hand. AnJletters feminine independence has
a ring pink
6-E College Carolyn of been for out of
will reside at Apartment sympathy seem paid the currency
; J Newberry College azalea warmer and more sincere if of male chivalry. And '
Campus About 40 called betweenthe Hostess At Party
i guests handwritten. many a woman teem to believe To SAVE
S. C. :
'. Newberry appointed hour &. Manner. after divorce. the purchase Isn't worth .
C. Brown of Starke, an uncleof Vickers( hostess
aj H The bride-to-be received a pieceof Carolyn was tc S Years ao, divorced couples the price.
the bridegroom, attended the her 25 of her little 'classmates and
chosen china and a set of '
.'i wedding. 16 pieces of glass ware from tier I friends at a lovely party last Friday

hostesses. I afternoon In celebration of net WCTU Luncheon There are more llian 300 chopping dajn in ilitill !
: Jr. Club Board the hostesses eighth birthday anniversary.
Assisting ;were
Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. WlllartI A pink and green color motif Honors Leaders l l.ul an/ average of only lOt Friday and Saiurel

Met Wednesday Pas, Mr*. James Lewis and Mr. was carried out In the Vickers Born In FebruaryAn So by offering( ')you .sings e\ery day. in";iriila

The executive board of the Junior Merrill: Struth. Walnut street home with pink D'' \ ings on feeek-ehdii only AlPtnplaopportunities \[
azaleas in floral arrangement pre-
Club held Its meeting
Woman'
::4 and
on Wednesday evening i In the home Members of the Beta Sigma Phi dominating. The lace covered din. Interesting luncheon patriotic 10 sate money

of Mrs. D. L. Thomas, president. sorority entertained at a lovely leg table waa centered with a held temperance last Friday at 12:30:meeting o'clock wee in Dear Mr. Matthews: And liere' aomeihing else )'ou'li I he glad loir
dinner party Thursday evening, beautiful birthday cake embossedIn Enclosed find $2 for a sixmonths'
nominating
The chairman of the the AlP! all advertised !
of '
the chapel annex Gospel
1' guarantees prirei (indue!
and and
ft committee Mrs. Vernon Silcox, honoring Miss Wimberly and Miss pink green holding: eight subscription to the Tele-
presented the names of thorn nora Merry Beth Smith. The setting pink candle The cake IW.... surrounded Tabernacle. The leader event of the was in graph. My husband in In the Army; those nor subject to price ceilings) for a fulU4
honor of
I for the occasion was the KeystoneInn. with azalea blooms. past country at Fort Bragg, N. C. and we
inated to the offices for the ensuing and the WCTU whose birthday \'enlliough market. price go up. Result' You I
: A general election of Keystone Heights. Favors of pink and green hats, formerly lived In Starke for quite
year.
officer will be held at the regular The guests were seated at a IT blowers and crickets were given tc occur In February some time until he was called hop at AlP any day you choose and satf' !'|

meeting on.March S. All member. shaped table, over-laid wIth( linen the youngsters. Games were play. Pictures of these distinguished back into service. Please send this Customers' Corner day yon liop. Why not start tod.iy?

: are urged to attend in order to par. cloth with vases of azalea let at ed during the afternoon and prizes. men and women were placed on week's paper as I enjoy hearing .
.
4 tlclpate In the election. Intervals. were awarded to Kay Dennia easel at points of interest. Vases from everyone in Starke and that's .
of :yellow Jasmine were placed in Not orrybody has the Mine topping .. ...... ...... ..,. .... ,
-24 The chairman of the hostess The honored guests were pre Dianne Colson and Nancy Simmons. I the best way through your paper. JUi "r'" (I. "lmg <* r ,' ..
committee at the next meeting will srnted with electric perculato the annex and the American and I I Sincerely, problems.Thai S t ...}...., ,. frlff rrlllitgt.mrr g.r.v.,*. Th

be Merry Beth Smith, who will be from the sorority.. Assisting Caroyln's mother, MrsJ. Christian flag were also used in Mrs. Berta Lee Sullivan ......... In ,*....*. M*<*...<*... ."./<.* 7...
.. .
.
row I "..' -- decorating. Is uAy i, to helpful/ to HI
Rt. 1
assisted by Miss June Hall Mr { M Vickers, In serving tilt care W. H. Odom - -
: i R. O. Paterson, Mrs. A. N. Holll- Methodist Women guests were Mrs. Ewell Lawson Center of Interest on the lunch. Hope Mills, N. C. when n-e hear from all the different

day Mrs Merrill\ Struth Mrs and Miss Judy Green. eon table was a wooden tray on kinds of people who: ihop at At-P.

t, ? Eugene Long, Mrs. Ned Yancy, Continue LuncheonsThree which .was placed a globe of the Dear Mr. Matthew: S -

i Mr.. Bill McRae and Mrs. N. D. world encircled by a white ribbon, The paper Is fine and we think Many thousand of men and
f Wainwright Vanishing Luncheons Birthday Party signifying the work of the WCTUAs Bradford County and Starke must women in all)) walk. of( life have
have been given in the past week For Wayne Begue quotations of the famous lead. be fine also. Enclosed please fine
written the Customer Relation.
to
by member of the Methodist era were read, a candle was light. remittance for our renewal. SUl'EH RIGHT S

: UDCTo. Meet WSCS for the building fund. Mr. R. I*. Begue entertained ed for each, making a circle of Sincerely, Department expressing their opinion .

The regular monthly meeting of On Tuesday Mrs. '0. 'L. Haynes Wednesday afternoon at a birthday light around the Earth Frank Bechtold I of AP Mores,food and service. Sunny Field BACON, lb. 5 5J

the W. T. Week' chapter, U. D. had a* her guests, Mrs. Joe Scan. party honoring her son, Donations 't rom Interested! 624 W. Jefferson St.
r j C. wilt be held Wednesday after. Ian, Mr*. Arthur Holllday\ Mr. A. Wayne, 'on his eighth anniversary.The friends added substantially to the Rockford, 111. We're pleased to learn that we CAP'N JOHNS QUICK FROZEN

I ; m noon at 3 .o'clock at the home of Mrs.B. Baker Merrill Mr Struth.: Del Colley and young guest gathered at offering made. have 10 many satisfied cuilomtrt. OCEAN PERCH lb. 4 4JiERhIAN'S
-
]Mr... Q. J. McQrlff, Sr., 307 E. Call Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton entertained 2:30: o'clock and enjoyed games An Important feature of the af. Dear Editor; And we're pleased,too, that u-e have ,
and contesta In which
street, with Mrs. R. A. Green as prize. were ternoon' meeting was the discussion Please send me a recent copy of !
received
on Wednesday: Mrs. W. H. awarded to the winner so many worthu'hilesu.SeJIiOnS ORANGE BAND
g cohostess. Smith. Mrs. Charlev Johns. Mrs. of plans for promoting patriotic the Telegraph. I may locate in or
Mrs. Begue was assisted by Mist Starke for making At>P a better WEINERS lb.
E. L. Matthews Mr*. I. P. Shepherd and temperance education in near a little later on and 5
: and Mr.. D. E. Knight. Phyllis Sneed In entertaining and Bradford County schools. It was be one of Bradford County's place to ihop.Remember.

: Mr.. Daisy Ferryman had a* her serving refreshments of birthday decided to offer an award of $19 "Boosters" I believe that section WISCONSIN LONGHORN
FJ" ThRIFTY cake Ice cream, and candy to the has our loyal employee
guests Thursday: Mr. A. M. Slog, to the high school student (senioror a good future. It just need
Mrs. Lloyd Green, Mrs. P. M following friends of Wayne whc junior) writing the best essay BOOST!!ING. always give your comment their CHEESE, lb. .
were invited to enjoy this happy on the subject of temperance. An Your truly 1 .
Barefoot, Mr. L. S. Hutto, and most earnest consideration. -
Mrs. Del CoUey.Heilbronn occasslon with him: JlmmU additional award of $10 will be Creed Witt ALLGOOD

Malone, Buster Partln Bill Green made for the best essay on the Tulsa, Okla. Please] write: Sliced
John Adams, Michael Denton, Per. United States Flag. The second BACON lb.EXTRA' .

Circle man Roberts Ann Matthew. best essays on either theme will Dear Mr. Matthews: CUSTOMER: RELATIONS DEPT.
Bobble, Charles and Gene McLeod be awarded $::1. I entered
To Meet TuesdayThe Aviation Cadet Train. """ A&P Food Store -'
Norma Jean Bell. Vickie Frees, I
Essays should contain not less ing a few weeks ago and so had
Armstrong Circle of Hell. Linda Sue Hlldebren. Mike Begue than 250: nor more than 300 words; to change my residence from the 420 Lexington A"..,New York 17,N.Y. ." Garden Fresh

bronn Baptist Church met at the Jimmie Roberts, Tom Smith, DaveLeng should be neatly written in ink 01 City of Starke to the big State of .. ,

home of Mr. Oscar Carter on Feb. and Barbara Blankenshlp. typed, with grade school and pu-'Te as. I would appreciate it very Vegetable* Ff >&

ruary 6 at 7:30: p.m. The meeting pil's name In upper right hand much If you would be so kind a* ANN PAGE .fall; .

k waa opened with Scripture readingand Woodman Circle corner of pg. to publish my address so that my TOMATO KETCHUP 21c

prayer by the pastor. Rev. Plans ActivitiesMembers Essay should he turned in by Bradford County friends can write FANCY WINESAP
Watson. tome (I hope).
May 1 to some member of the local ANN PACK APPLES
A report on Community Mlsslonc of Woodman's Circle WCTU, or to the secretary. Miss Sincerely yours, 3 lbs .

was given and Mrs. Ruby Cayno held their regular meeting In the Susan Wallace. Paper will be A-C Rufus M. Grider MUSTARD, 9 oz. nc "-. _

Stewardship Chairman gave s, WOW Hall, Tuesday evening with judged .and graded and award AD14386420 SELECTED WHITEPOTATOES

BUY NOW talk. It was voted to have cottage Mrs. P. S. Crewe, president, made at closing exercises of the A-C P. O. Box 391 ANN PAGESALAD 10 Ibs.
FOR Prayer Meeting once a week in presiding. ohooL It I Is hoped that mans Perrin AFB, Texas .
different homes.Refre.hment. DRESSING -
GRADUATIONGIFTS During the business session pupils will participate in this con. qt. 53c
FRESH
served at
were J. G. YELLOWSQUASH,21b5.
Mrs. W. L. Andrews askedtc Sparkman Sr.
the close of the meeting.The wa I ,
next meeting will be held In attend the State convention a. test.Mrs. Died SaturdayIn CRACKET JACK We .
assistant Mrs 3 for
On Lay Away Plan the home of Mrs. Leon Norman. state attendant James Lambe ,

Tuesday night March 6, at 7:30: Paul Raymond a* delegate, and Plant CityJohn PASCAL
? : BEAUTIFULSELECTION o'clock. Mr. Eula Mae Conner a* alter Birthday Honoree MARSHMALLOWS 19C
nate. The State convention will beheld CELERY
Gadsden Sparkman, Sr., large stalk .. I
,
In Jacksonville May IS and Mr.. James Lambe ..was the hon.
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= =.=:.:.:::.-=-= Plant City merchant for more than ,
ored guest at a lovely birthday Dash DOG FOOD 2 for
OP 19.All 35 years and a former resident of I 27c
: party Thursday evening of last LETTUCE
members of the drill team large head I FFR1sij
Starke, died -
I Hamiltonliulova are asked to attend a practice In week when she celebrated her 80th Saturday morning. ,
'DJ I.CTARKE Feb. 24, at his home there, aftera I Old Dutch CLEANSER
!. the hall Tuesday evening, March fIat anniversary. Hostesses at this 12c ;: STRINGLESS
lingering illnea .
& He would havebo..n
Elgin 7 o'clock.Mrs. memorable occasion were her
S FLA.Fri. daughters. Mrs. Berry Johns, Mrs 75 years old on June 18. Camay SOAP bath bar BEANS, lb. I IA
S WATCHES17Jewel. Lonnie Sullivan, Mrs. Audrey Crew Mr. Sparkman was born In Ala. 13c "
; Bill.Tilley and Mis Pat Lambe.A chua county, the son of J. G I
., Sat.- !March 2, 3 Honoree At Party lovely linen 'cutwork cloth Sparkman and the former Miss! I Ivory SNOW, Ige. pkg. 31c PENN
FEATURE
DQCBLE

H -THE WILDCATof Mrs. Bill Tilley was delightfully overlaid centered with tJie refreshment a white-iced birth.table Elsie moved Wlgga.to Starke In his, where early youtn he was e I OXYDOL, Ige. pkg. 31c MOTOR OIL, 5 qts. I IA

_ surprised at a blrtt day party day cake embossed with pink) rosebuds married on Sept. 4. 1899 to Miss -
TUSCON given In her honor Wednesday Lucinda Hicks. 'DREFT PENNMOTOR
with green leaves.Many Ige. pkg. 3ic

With Hill Elliott eveningby. Robbie Shaller.her motherlnlarMrs. of Mrs. Lambe' friends After establishing a general! OIL, qt.. 2 2j
mercantile: business
here Lux
Mr
and relatives called FLAKES.
during the Ige. pkg. 31c
ANDSNOW The Shaller home was decorated Sparkman moved his entire stock
with lovely arrangements of I evening to help her celebrate thc to Plant Swan SOAP I Jj
occasion. City, where he set up a lge. bar -
DOG azaleas and potted plant. A similar store In 1907 later retire- Ivory SOAP, personal bar 6cAP'fl

With Grant & Chinook white-iced birthday cake, embossed Ing to devote his entire time to Duz
Kirby
WSCS Notice SOAP POWDER 3
17-Jewel. -
Smartly Styled with pink rosebuds centeredthe his wholesale oil business In which -
in Gold Filled Cases refreshment table. I
he remained active until
Sun;, Mon., Tues.-Mar. 4.6 and Circle of the Methodist WSCS a few SPICK & 2
Enjoying helping SPAN
BANNER BUYS FROM game. years ago. In 1932 he was elected I PRICE POLICY -
occasion will meet Monday, March 5, at I S
lira. Tilley celebrated the
to the Plant City city commission,
4 SADDLE TRAMPJoel were Don Ray Tilley Nancy p. m. as follows: Circle 1 with serving one term. Slorewide Libbys
j low
BEEF
andS prices hundreds ofllems'every STEW .
.33.75 Mrs. A. Z. Adklnir Circle 2 with on
Heintz, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell __ _ In '
h. of
up MrCrea & Wand Hendrlt Bonnie Sullivan, Derl. Begu Mr. J. T. arlrrtn and Mrs. Carrie writing his death the Plant day instead of just a few
Robbie Shaller Bill and Steve I Ritch; Circle 3 with Mrs. T. H City Courier said: "A quiet, self- "one-day" or Libbys jj 1
For LIMITED TIME Also Cartoon A New 'Slade. effacing man, Mr. Sparkman was j "week.end"spedsls.. POTTED MEAT

ONLY Wed.. Thur. March 7 8 TiUey. knew rarely in the limelight. Those :who 1 S All advertised price (including thoseof 45
1>Judson Rudd. President of him Intimately however j Libbys Corned Beef Hash 4
j' See OurWindow Display IMXCBLE FEATURE Beta Sigma Phi Bryan University, Dayton, Tenn. were aware of his private philan. 1 item not tubject: price ceilings) are

S A DANGEROUS Has Supper PartyForty was' a dinner Guest Sunday, of Mr. trophies in many fields." guaranteed for one week even though QUICK FROZENSALMON

and Mrs. J. T. Quigley In their He I Is survived by his WIdow; market prices go up.Jr .
FILLETS Ib.
GEMJewelry PROFESSIONGeorge members of the Beta Sigma home "Ecum Seclm", on Mable one son, J. G. Sparkman, Jr. and ,

Phi sorority. Including theii Street. two daughter,, Mrs Frank D. e I>,lin, this policy helps our
Raft. Ella Ralnr. Pat husbands and date, enjoyed a delightful Miles and Mr. Harry McDonald customers
O'Brien chlckfen nipper) party at Dr. Hlndon C. Brown and the, both of Tampa; two) sisters, Mrs '0more money.
A
-AND the Legion Hall last Friday eve Toccoa Fall Institute Quartette all Gertie McDonald and Mrs Jennie S 'With the correct price marked on & P Food Stor
ning. of Toccoa, Ga., were dinner guestsat Roper. both of Starke. and even every
The torority'a color scheme ol the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. grandchildren.. : item, plus an itemized cash register flip
1 1E
STATE POLICE black and gold was carried out In Quigley Tuesday evening. Funeral service were held Mon ..you know what t you save at AP..Copyright. The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea

the yellow floral centerpiece: on day morning |In the Hopkins lr. C..t*... C.>rrl..tr.. !_'
h SEABOARD John King Wm. Lundlgan the dining table. OFFICE SVPPI4ESS! If we Funeral Home chapel Plant

Ant Luteet New After a dellcleu upper recordings don't have what yon want we'll I with Rev. Don Miley and Rev.City A. L.--- -... 300 East Call St.

W at ch Inspector were enjoyed during the social order It for you. Bradford' County R. Larrick officiating. Burial was Starke Floridar

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19J1 BRADFORD COOJTV TLUKGRAril:: STARKE. FLORIDA i'
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Mrs. Janie Avery was the over "SUB" TRUCK RAINBOW SPRINGS merce, Georgia.Mr .
AT
night guest Thursday of last week' ARMY TESTS and Mrs Bob Barkley and G-I-V.E
.... their children\ Margo, and Mike
of MVs Bribe ... -
in Tallahassee -
Bussey
... "ItUnderwater : ,!II; of Jacksonville were. supper guestsof Training Americans to care

I Mr. and Mrs. W O. Stringfellow for themselves end others !in the
f event of accident has
or Injury
1J Ft. Gold "Seal Congoleum and + Sunday
been a Red Cross Job for more
Mr and
Mrs. Dave Thornton
Armstrong Quaker Linoleum at
? IU TIDE NEWS Hart Furniture Co. spent the past weekend In Si ark*! than 40 years. Last year volunteers .

with their relatives, Mrs. Delia operating 2,100 Red

Mrs. H. C. Brown is spendingthis Manning and Mrs Annie Manning Cross highway first aid at*'

, Phillips who under Little Tommy Andrews, bon of week with her son-In-law and Sunday Mr. and Mrs L. W. tlona and nearly 11,000 mobile

Ji' ration Friday at the Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews actedas daughter. Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Rltch 1 Murphy had as their guests Mr units attended 29,700 accidentsand to
ring-bearer at the Moreland. I f lp gave emergency care
U In Jacksonville. > and Mrs. L. K and their
getting Murphy
.j [capital. Schefferlne wedding at the Riverside + ti 16BOO/ pemoni. You can supportthis
She will be there for r+ little son RliUey, Mr and MrsCharles
training and
: help
Baptist church In Jackson. program
Mrs. R J. Davis had as her
R. Ford IL'their! daughter
t. villa Sunday. The former Miss reduce traffic deaths by givingto
T. Moreland is Mr. Andrews' niece. luncheon guests last Friday. Mr Linda, and Roy F. Murphy, all the 1951 Red Cross fund
, s-1 CoBgoIeum And Nell Beavers of Alabama, Mrs. VV of Ocala. campaign.and t

":Quaker) Linoleum alt Mrs. S. T. Dell Jr., Mrs. Lee N. North of the State Farm MrsL. Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fancher

Graham Mrs. Florence Graham F. Smith, Sr., of Starke and spent the past weekend with rein''I
lives In Mra. Smith and her son,
r- Tampa. 1
and Mrs. 8. T. Dell Sr. of Gaines Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr., and son taN M a Jimmie "
Class Ovid D. Ben.ork vllle were recent visitors of Mm +J '1Y, ? With her young son Joe!, Mrs of Starke.
Va. returned today J. M. Brownlee. Larry of Penney Farms. ?s W O. H-irri'll of Richmond Indiana When Mrs. Herbert Thomas and

after spending a spent several days' with Mr their little daughter, Kathleen.rpturnt'd '
\\ee with hla wife and Miss Dolores McKnlght daughter and Mrs. J. L Williams, last week
from Palatka
Finest Jumbo Shrimp served In of and Saturday
Mr. Mrs. Eustls Mo
Mr, and Mm Jack Nelson, Miss
the Basket. Tu'k'suto Cafe they were accompanied. by Mrs. H.
Knight, was initiated Into the Al 011
Ann Nelson and Ben Williams\ F. Leeks and Mrs Irene Robert
has returned pha Omicron PI sorority at Flori ,
Boyer Jacksonville
a' visitors of Mr
x M,3+ rr were of that who of
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bunchof city were guests
visit with da-Southern University on Monday
|everal days
and Mrs R.V.. Brannen Sntur Mr and Mrs. Thomas for the ,
] Virginia West Vlrbio. Haines City, formerly of Starke. and duy
day night Sunday
r t tV For the weekend Mr, and Mrs.
were visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs W H. Morgan had Thomas had as their visitors Mr.
Chaplain and Mis. F. II. Cox ol ,
as their dinned guests at noon and Mrs, Lyle Buck, also of
Mrs. W Minnesota, of Starke dur
and formerly
Chaotain Susie Griffin of Jacksonville
Monday D. VV Supp of Hawthorne Palatka.
ere in High Springs Is the the guest of Mr. and ing Camp Blanding days, spent : I
piling relatives. Mrs. Leslie BJggs this week Tuesday of last week here visitingthe
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Halve,

I ;' Harding and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E: M Davis had and other old friends. + Knowledge of PharmacyUNSEEN

bn attended the PTA as their Sunday guests, Mr. and .
at the Roosevelt Mrs. A. Z. Adkins visited her sister
feting Mrs. John Mixon and daughter,
tests of I new typearmy
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kaonvllle Tuesday. Dorothy Jean, of Gainesville, Mrs. Mrs. John Love Wilkes in truck have been completed at I BUT ESSENTIAL
P. E. Stone and Miss Mamie Anderson Jacksonville Thursday of last week eVlet
ilrs. C. T. McCrary of Archer and Mrs. Wilkes returned to Rainbow Springs famous Florida TO EVERY PRESCRIPTION
with tourist attraction near Dunnellon,
: at week In Sylvester Starke Mrs. Adkins to visit

Hr. McCrary's mother,,, Bobby Turner reported back to until Saturday.Dr. Fls. The revolutionary new vehicle d

cCrary. Camp Pickett, Va. Wednesday after operates as smoothly when com A .*. _
spending a week's leave with and Mrs. M. B. Herlong spent pletely submerged as It does on dry

[ Fronted Milk Shakes Mrs. Turner and also visiting his the weekend at a camp on Luke land. Aa Influx of the country's

and Ice Cream father Roy Turner. DeLancey. leading photographers led by

; Cafe. Life's ace cameraman Peter Stack.
i i Attending the motorcycle race Finest Jumbo Shrimp served In poole recorded the event for newspapers e
the Basket. Turk's Auto Cafe.
i McIntyre and daughof In Daytona Beach Sunday were magazines and news reels

Auburndale and Miss Garnita Hutto, Charley Par. thus giving another of Florida's i ,
and Mrs.
enlson of Plant City ker, A. W. Redgrave, Mr. and Mrs Mr. Henry Godwin famed attractions countrywide publicity. ,
Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs. J
W. ; i
d guests of Mr. and! J. H. Redgrave, Mr. and Mrs. Geo I .
Chandler attended dinner
hornton. Sapp end Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Din- : a party
Life Is two te
kins. : Sunday at the J. H. Pulley home In devoting pages
i Jacksonville honoring Mr. and this latest Florida story In the cor.
t Wilson and Mrs. J. M. Mrs. H. B. Montgomery of Griffin rent Issue.
la confined to
Elvin D. Casey
ant Tuesday in Jack I Ga., houseguests of the Godwin!*. Rainbow Springs was unanimous f
hospital at Camp Picket,
with a broken ankle. th"j a.t: also the occasion being the ly selected for the tests after numerous .
b today celebrations of Mrs. Pal- other underwater sites ID'' +

Mrs. George Jones ol Mrs T. L. Casey and Mr. and I ley and her granddaughter Inn this country and In the Carrlbean

Y, were overnight Mrs. Nate Dyal spent the weekend i Compton. had been tested and then dlsc.rd.1 ,
Mr, and] Mrs
day of
in Jacksonville. ed. The reasons given for this seIec -
Mike of Mr. and ,
Reddish son
>lon by Stackpoole were the
Mrs. P. D. Reddish, has been hi i "
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis visit novel and seldom.photographed aDo I ... .,
St. Vincent's Hospital the past -"
ed their son-in-law and daughter derwater scene at Rainbow Springs, / "
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week for
I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. In a checkup. the unexcelled clarity of the water -.-ll.RxnA 1- t

LDINO I Tallahassee Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Lucille Kurz of Jacksonville and the abundance of firm white Timid tourists chilled by rumor Salnbow Springs for periods of up

spent the weekend with Rev, and bottom. Thus, the new truck, ol a "Yankee cold wave" In the to 6 hours without discomfort.Don .

last Bob Friday Beers reported at Boca back Chica to duty Ail I and Mrs. L. p. Halnes. designed to ford riven, or run off Land of Sunshine, might do well Ephlln Rainbow Spring.
the landing ramp of in LCV Into adman, played host to the cameramen
Station at Key West after a to consider the fact that teat driven
For Thick Fronted Milk Shakes; 10 or 15 feet of water and carry Its most of whom were quarteredt f of peperj..doD
with his broth- step
month's leave spent ',, Malted Milks. and lee C'riainTuck's load ashore, showed up luuuaall for lice clad only In coveralls, Rainbow Lodge for I week 01 it but a
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. .
Joe Arnold. Auto Cafe. wcJJ. remained !In the warm waters of more. "\\10\Jt prcter. rnttenonk..bntylbt

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Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns ol 1 drsW upon
Fine people of Starkety Mrs. T. A. Yawn resigned as secretary Lake Butler were Sunday guest: Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns spent I Mrs Betty Dyal DoVanu left} ants attending the pack meetingwere pharmacist must c wisbea 01that lout
at the Wall! Insurance Agency Ga. visiting' recently to visit her grandmother,, translate aid In
of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier. the weekend In Macon Mr. and Mrs. Hitch, Mrs. Kieaca co Wit'
| one of the moatequipped on Saturday. Her sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hathaway. Mrs. L. Brown, In Jacksonville .nd IIIIcdiciDCI rtlDCpbaidaD t
,* Lawrence flogger and Mrs. E. C. into b i tporettoring
June Caldwell, is taking her place. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling-Jr. 1 I. iti
and finest attended the motorcycle races At Mrs. Havana Johns visited Mr. Friends of Carl Stelnhagen will: harden bedthha' 'adsC as l.ntuliyto ..yOU

ape anywhere. Chicken In the Basket (BatteryRaised Daytona Beach Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. L. J. 'Johns in Macon regret to know that he Is ill In the Stafford Bahy your

ork GuaranteedI'S Fryers) at Turk's Auto Ga. over the weekend. Alachua County Hospital.STATE Mr. and Mrs M. E. Stafford announce .leet phyaade .

Cafe. and Mrs. Richard Ray visited the birth of their son, Steve 1 would your
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Thomas In Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell :vll) Ervin, In St Luke's Hospital in
GARAGE Mrs. J. H. Fields Charles Field Gainesville Sunday. move Into their new apartment In FARM Jacksonville, Saturday, Febiuary

and Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Green the new County Jail Tuesday.Mr. 2 ACIIINE SHOP
drove Mrs. L. E. Miner back to her Mrs. R. D. Reese and children By Mrs. Bryan Whltfield
Ave. Starke home In New.Smyrna on Sunday. Ray and Carol of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. Albert I. Spenrei Following a stay with relativesIn i KOCH DRUG STORE
Mrs. Miner has been visiting Mrs. Saturday guests of Dr. and and Miss Ruby Fugate of Jacksonville the central part of the Slate
Fields tho past week. Mrs. H. H. Adams. were guests of Mr. and MrsJ. I Bridge Club MeetingThe Mrs. D. M. Nix carne Thursday to a.
R. Wainwright over the week bingo prize of cherries, awarded visit her son and daughter-in-law, STARKE. FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Halnes of end. to Mr. D. L, Nix emphasized Dr. and Mrs D. L. Nix, before

Branch of Eau Gallle Were overnight guest I the fact that Mrs. P. D. Fan. going on to her home In Com
U of Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Halnei Bill Tllley and Cecil Sewell assisted cher'entertained the State Farm

NSURANCE.wMi Wednesday of'last week. In directing traffic at the Bridge Club on February 22. In

the motorcycle races in Daytona contract Mrs. L. F. Chapman had SO EASY TO USE SO EASY TO OWN
Margaret Rose Duncan spent Beach from Friday to SundayMrs. high score and Mrs. J. R. Kite second .
la Gainesville as the ;
weekend
Each potholder
high. prize was a
Tilley and son, Steve were
Duncan.
cousin Sue
guest of her with a rack The spacious
AGENCYPLEASE guests of .Mrs. Sewell during their Fancher home was made most at THE
Mrs. J. H. Fields was hostess tc husband absence. tractive with arrangements of red- ?'

I the Canasta Club Monday evening. bud and azaleas. A dessert course ,,i' ,.,
PHONE 146 Chicken In the Basket (Battery was served before the progresses Il 7i
'I friends of the Sam Andersons Raised. Fryers) at Turk's Auto MI. Evelyn Stump of Starke, who REMINGTON
Constant Service Over 50 Years will\ be happy to hear that they Cafe. was guest player, received note dM.
were able to bring little Mike Anderson
paper.
home from Hope Haven hospital Mrs. A. F. Saul. visited her son- PORTABLE
last Saturday. Mike who in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Cub Scout! Activities' '
i will still take treatments at home, N. D. Wainwright in Hollywoodfrom Under the direction of their den
la getting along nicely. Friday to Monday. I Mother Mrs. J. W. Rltch, the TYPEWRITERWITH e /
0 State Farm Den of Cub Scouts has ,

e I Mrs. Emmie Lea Theis and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long of been busy during the past month _____________
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daughter, Miss Shirley Theta of Gainesville were Sunday guests of with "the 40th Anniversary of Cub AMAZING _________

Dedicated To Community Service Jacksonville were weekend guests Mrs F. H. Long. Scouting" as their central theme.

Movie. Are Better Than Ever" of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. A beautifully decorated "Birthday"cake MIRACLE TAB .
Mrs. Titus Olson will attend the marked the consummation of

Ernest Biggs Wells of Lawtey Vacation Church School Confer their celebration at their pack
gay, March 3 Only Tues., Wed.:! March 6, 7 1'' student at U. of F. /who was called ence at the Methodist. Youth Camp meeting In Starke Thursday eve

VMnSfSBBRILLEN ;I for Induction March 1st, has received In LeeAburg from Friday through ning. At that meeting too the
; a college student postponement Sunday. cubs In pantomlne gave a credit
wanrtsnsso. I until the end of the school able presentation of a skit portraying -

.. II term-; Mrs. Mattle Gahagan returns today the cherry 'ree story about
s.m.rrrRANDOLPH from a month's visit ,with her George Washington. Richard Dug-
I ..,MM and dea,. tabulator
J I Mr and Mrs. W. H. Graham and on and daughter-in-law Mr. and ger Is a recent addition to the den SlOps from keyboard level
family attended the rodeo In Oca-: Mrs Emmett Gahagan In Savan, and other members are glad to with a flick: ct the finger.
r Sunday.. nah. Ga and other relatives In have Richard Mosely at meetings
Hard..evlll<., S. C. I again following unavoidable ab i iIIeDCes.
i a, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy It Is with regret that the USE OUR NEW .p ,

spent Sunday In. Gainesville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl! Wright ol i Pack Is losing their. leader, Rev. '. "r'"
Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. High Springs were weekend guests Bertram Simmons of Starke. Par : :}:I .:

v'I1Jm1'f of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith I TYPEWRITERCLUB .

AND : Mrs M. F. Hazen. Mrs. L. 0 _.',: : ., ,
___ Hazen and Mrs. Vasco Hazen and Mt- and Mrs. Ned Yancey and
tfELE JERGENS RAYMOND MASSEYAlso children: Marcia and Jimmy attended children spent last Tuesday in PHONE 218

2SAKALLIN/ L. MARIN the Hazen-KIng wedding In Sanford with Mrs. Yancey's mother PLAN
I S -- Dunnellon Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Stevens. COLONIALFLORIST

""'rone Way Butch" Pete
C. : Rev. J. E. Dupree of Live Oak William F Helntx of Starke !I-

;C. I Smith Novelty and Latest News. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,J.H. being processed for active duty Vet, by using our new Typewriter dub Plan,

,ti1lt. I Dupree Saturday evening. with the Navy at the Receiving a small down payment will put the worlds
I Station Naval Base Charleston finest port.tble-Ibe New Remingtoninto -
I O. J. Phillips Jr., S. C. He hu the rating of ChiefTradesman
Thur. Fri. March 8, 9Also Mr. and Mrs FLOWERSFOR your home now! -and you hare a full
of Macon Ga. spent the weekend" and served! In the Navy year to pay the balance plus a small carrying

n Man vs. SupennatlI with their parents. Mr. and Mrs for five and a half years previously ALL OCCASIONSDISH charge.So why wait" ?-come in and test type
of Starke and Mr. at Jacksonville. the exclu- ,
Gyp Jam Cartoon Seorge Flynn this portable beauty today-try new,
and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Sr. In Law. five feaNret...Amning Miracle T.b...GI.are-
tey. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Flynn Word was received this week proof. Finger Fitted Keys..Simplified: Ribbon
Ion.- 4 S
March
spent l last Friday visiting- George that Elvln D. Casey, son of Mr. I Flynn, Jr. In Leesburg and Mr. anc" and Mrs T. L. Casey Is confined I Strength Frame..AND MORE\ It can't be>
"Mrs. Glenn Wood and family inephyrhills. to the hospital at Camp Plckett. matched for beauty of Qrinewotk-beauty of
\ Va. with a broken ankle. He expects GARDENS color and design-and it just; the right size i for

to be there about a month. i fastest best typing performance'JRULTilE
Mrs. Don McCann of Casper POTTERY ONLY OFFICE TYPEWKITtK. IN Comnl'te I with I Deluxe I

IVyo. arrived here Tuesday tc Mrs. J. E. Edwards of Brook- PERSONAL SIZE! fag ,. .e carrying case.
TECHNICOLOR spend two weeks with"her mother viii.. Ohio was the recent guestof POTTED PLANTS

Urs. W. L. Blair. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern. I
+.,r..As.ruasWIDMARK FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE

y r Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grlffls Bradford

laughters.. IdeH Martha and have received word that their Nona St Starke Il County Telegraph
tactful Neighborsml "ranees plan to spend the weekend ton, Pfc Monroe Griffin, was.

Latest Newer "Big Flame fp" Cartoon with Mrs. Landrum'e mother slightly wounded In action In .-- .. .;' l
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SECRETARY DEFENSE I
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the Red Cross has been
For many years regarded ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF
as both symbol and the sourceOF of aid to the
in great disasters of peace or war. But never in its long 1950 has been a challenging year for the American .
} history has jt faced a larger test of its responsibility Red Cross as its splendid organization for service
than it does today. .... in time of emergency has once again been called upon
to meet the tremendous demands of war in Korea as
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Forces must
Armed flO.
Vital programs for the
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military strength. The emergency calls specifically for \1 ... The Army is well aware of the magnificent contribution
coordination of a military and civilian blood supply, ;.ifOR which the Red Cross has made in the past and
the strengthening of disaster preparedness and intensification .., t. \ is making now to the welfare of the men and women
Y of first aid and nurse training. There la an .. who wear, and have worn, the uniforms of our nation.
'I ever mounting volume of essential services which the U' We are forever grateful, and we welcome this opportunity
Red Cross must provide for veterans. to lend our wholehearted support to the fund
programs arerequires public responsibilities, and appeal which must be fulfilled in order for the American
theirThese n generous support from the Red Cross to have the necessary! strength with
American public. which to meet its great.responsibilities during the
grave months of 1951 which lie ahead.
As Secretary of Defense, I wish to state the Red
Cross will have the full support of the Department of J. LAWTON COLLINS.Defense .
in the effort to meet its 1951 Fund campaign
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GEO.C.MARSHALL.


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Your Contribution Give {Willingly Let's Put Bradford The Red Cross

" fi' la Needed NOW Give Generously YOUR COOPERATION URGENTLY NEEDED Is Always ThereIn
OVER TIlE TOP!
More Than Ever ,,- Volunteer work .--* will attempt to contact every man, woman, and Time Of Need!

0 child In Bradford, County during the first two days of the 1951 Fund Campaign 9

o ,Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3. This[is a tremendous task, and LAWSON'S COLD
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# t that you do.. hisc: Discuss with the other members of your family the .

amount that you feel you can afford to contribute to the Red Cross program
S THE RED CROSS PROGRAM GIVE of activities thin: year. Have your check written or your cash contribution Your Shareof Bradford County
I MUST BE
GIVE ready when the volunteer worker comes to your door. This will MUST
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DEFENSE NEEDS G-I-Y-E .the two-day period. The $2,701 Quota Reach Its Quota.E. .

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Your Cooperation
Your ContributionThis IX THE WORLD TODAY!
6 SERVICE CENTER STATION .Needed
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president of William Jennings friends In Lawtey last Monday. Ann Crosby and songleaders, Shir Alachua County Hospital In ;i her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. I Gods Blessings on them alL
Bryan University. Dayton Tenn I Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futch were ley Ann Parker and Myrtle Pad- Gainesville We are glad to re- Lewis We are glad to report Mrs.

Dr. Rudd is traveling In the Interest visiting relatives In Mlddleburglast gette led our 4-H songs. port she Is doing nicely Mi and Mrs. W E. Wordln of : Henry McDavid and the Padgett +
of the ; Sunday afternoon. The next meeting will be held Death 'Rahway N. J. who have been baby are home from the hospital.
School. He delivereda Friends of Warren Boatwrlght March 1, 12:30.:; The "Best" Is get The community was saddenedto I spending the past month here with We hope they will soon be up and
very forceful message at the! who has been confined to the Ala ting "Better." hear of the death of Luther I their son-in-law and daughter Mr.. out again
morning worship hour. chug County Hospital because of Pvt. E. W. Hodges, Jr. of Fort Htrrell, son of Mr. and Mrs W I and Mrs. Howard Walt returned Mrs Lollle Ward Is spending a I
The coming of the Toccoa Falls Injuries received 1i in an automobile Jackson S. C. was visiting friends H. Harrell who was killed In a car to their home last Thursday They few days with her son Richard In
111. _111 ,.. Institute Quartette and speaker accident will be glad to know that and relatives here this week-end. wreck near Lake Butler February j( were accompanied by Mra. Walt Tampa
Tuesday night was greatly enjoy. he Is home again. Mr. and Mrs Evan W. Hodges, 21. We extend our heartfelt sym I who will spend sometime with Guy Harrell Wauchula.. was
J Church Methodist Church ed. The perfect blending of the Mrs. Pauline Redgrave and and children and Pvt. Hodges were pathy to the bereavtd family. ( them home with' his family and other
"" Brass Instruments of the Trio and children, Cherl and Johnnie were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Morgan Tilghman and two Mr. and Mrs O. W. Barry .were relatives last week,
W)' OI'nlng the Pastor of The Rev. W;*Q. Aldridge will be expert playing of the pianist end Sunday guests of her parents, Mr Loon Parrish Sunday. children Shirley Gale and Lee In Jacksonville on business last J.P. Baxter returned home
'12'fotl aptlst Church Starke guest speaker at the First accordionist: preceded' the fine and Mrs. O. J. Anders Mr. and Mrs G. W. Davis and spent Friday with her parents Mr Tuesday.Mrs. Monday after spending a few day
dnjttt iieaeage on the Eighth Methodist Church on Sunday message brought by Dr. Hindon Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kersey: children Barbara Sue and John and Mra S. M. Mott. Q. E. McCauley and aon In Jacksonville with his wife and
m lnt "la Gambling morning, March 4, at 11 O'clock C. Brown. and baby of Starke are spending lilckHon were veiling Mr. and Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs S. M. Mott were In Jennings of Palatka accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis He re-
Ever Increasing num'fcttendlng In Starke Woman Club. Mr some time here at the home of C. Deese and family near Aluchua and Lochloona," Saturday by Mrs Mary McGauley Furruls ported Mr. Lewis Is still In a serious
these Command-vitalm Aldridge Is a retired member of Church of Christ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Worthington: Springs Sunday. morning, and were the dinner and daughter Patty of Akron. condition. '
the
the Ten and Florida Methodist Conference Corner 10th and McMahon Smith They visited Gainesville also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Ohio, spent Sunday an guests of Mrs. T. W. Markey and Miss 1
combined choir under lives on Silver Lake,, near Key Mr. and Mrs. L. A.-Mlntu of Mott in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and Liibedla Plnholster were shopp
of Mra. Lucile Greene stone Heights. Prior to his retirement Bible School-10 A. M. Jacksonville" attended Church Mrs Resale Carlton was shopp family ing in Starke Monday morning,
special music with he served as pastor of Preaching A. M. and 7:30 Services at Little Rock Primitive! ing In Gainesville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs O. W. Barry spent Mr. and Mrs. Cliff and
Kelley
Canova at the Ham- i and churches In In FlOrida, New England ''I P. M. BROOKERlly Baptist Church Saturday and.were Mr. and Mrs. M. -..r. Gano and! Saturday night as guests of their daughter of Wlldwood spent the
I Canada He Is a Doted Bible Prayer Meeting and Bible Study dinner guests of Mrs. H. P. Qalney. daughter Sherry Beth of St, Au. I son-in-law and danghter Mr. and weekend with his parents Mr, and
ivenlng Rev. Haines'I Sunday lecturer The subject of his serlbon I i each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Iva Mae Lewis Mrs. PV. Gainey and son, sestina spent the weekend] with l Mrs. J. E. Hardy in Starke. Mrs. Charley\ Kelley.
|11 I be "LOOK" the, omen's morning will be "Sol Everyone welcome. Richard of Dundee and M,.,.. C. C. his parents Mr. and Mrs. R F George Sprague who has been Mr. and Mra. O. W. Brown and
ge in a series of pre- First Temple compared to the \V. )M11. I', R><'lal Melvin of Starke spent Sunday Qann. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs.
t gellstlo serm ns. The The pUblic Methodist Church of Starke' I St. Mark's Episcopal The W. M.' U. met February 21 at here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and I Walt left taut Wednesday to visit afternoon Mary with Green Mra spent O. B. Hale Sunday at
j of 25: voices, directed attend. Is cordially Invited to the home of Mrs. M. O. Harrell. Malvln. son Ray hnd supper with hi* In South Florida, he will then r ones, will sing and the Rev B. E. Simmons, n. I>., Vicar The meeting was opened with Mrs. Jennie' Lee Lajsenby of New parents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano {I turn to his home In New York Springs.
duo of Mrs. Morsenn "Beyond our Own", amn.i Sunday, Feb. 23th Scripture reading and prayer by River was shopping In Brooke Friday night State. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey were
will lead the con-", motion picture' on Missions, will be" 9:: a. m. Holy Communion the president. Mrs. L. B. Crosby.Mrs. Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. E. J. Lewis had as'i i Mr and Mrs. John Freeman and In Gainesville on business last
Inging. shown Sunday evening at 7:30: 9:43: Church School. Classes for J. W. Thomas, program chairman Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton visited their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.R. hire T. S. Mann were visiting Mr. Friday
hool meets at 9:43nn : m. In the Methodist educational p all ages, Nursery through Junior presented a very Interesting Mr and Mrs. C. C. Deese near 1(. Dukes and children Eloise, and Mrs. Roy Green last Sunday Mrs. Tom Edwards of Worth
Jr. general supergaining building. This picture Is Widely High. program. The meeting closed Worthington Springs Sunday af Dianne and Gerald of Dukes Mr. I Mrs. Cecil Moore of tJalnesvillo Ington Springs' was visiting her
Unions gather reccomended for children as well 11 a. m. Morning Prayer and with a chain of prayers. There ternoon. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and daughters spent the weekend visiting; friends daughter Mrs. Eva Harrell Mon.
action of J. T. Law-, aa adulta.I sermon. were 17 members present. Re Will Andrews of New River wa Emily Ann and Gwtn Mrs and relatives. day afternoon.
Church school begins at Wednesday Feb. 2Stli freahments of coca cola and cake In town on business Friday after R. P. Lewis and Mrs. Carrie In biro Harvey Baxter of Jackson Mrs Mattie Sowell spent the
bf soul winning stud- I m. with a class for 9:45: : a 7:30 p. m. Evening Prc\er and was served 'by the hoseteas. The noon. gram all of Starke villa spent the weekend with her weekend In Gainesville visiting Mr
{Christian's Job" will l group. The Intermediate every MYF his Litany. next meeting will be at the ChurchMarch Mrs. R. R. Carlton and daughter Mrs. Zedra Hamilton spent Friday parents Mr. and Mrs W. HHarrell. / and Mrs. Lee Green.
By the Pastor Monday a craft period every Sunday The church Is open dally for 7, at 3 p. m.** B"dla and Mrs G. W. Davis were afternoon at the Alarhua Mr. and Mrs. C. Tyler of Jacksonville
ednesday evening in"Nor Ing from to 6''clock even. prayer and meditation.Preabyterian 4-11 New in Starke on business Monday. County Hospital Gainesville visit Vaburn Harrell of Galnesvllla were visiting. friends and
the Simultaneous the Intermediate- and and both The last <4-H< Club meeting was Mrs G. A. Gay visited relativestn Ins her daddy. Tom Edwards.a spent the weekend as guest of his relatives here Monday.
pnnlng Easter, March meet at 6:30: p. m. senior MYF, held February 15. The girls had Galnenvllle Friday. are glad to report he la Improving mother, Airs Bulah Harrell and > Mrs. Lizzie Green who Is now
cordial Invitation I Is A children's Church their exhibit out In the lunchroom. Mrs. Opal Gay and baby of Mr. and Mrs Malcolm! Lewis Mr. and Mm. M. O. Hurrell. making her home with her son-in-
j I,
first" Baptist Starke. nesday afternoon held every Wed 10 a.m. Friendship Bible Class ly. The girls who' wore their <4<-H of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Gay Rainbow Spring and Cedar Keys. the U. B. Army spent a few days W, Hodges, la spending a few
at 315.: 11 am. Services conducted skirts and dresses had their picture Mr. and Mm. Norman Roreand re Those from here attending business at home last week with their par days at Dukes with relatives.Mr. .
The by
Mitchell pastor ,Rev. Thomas O Dr L. Ross Lynn, of Tallahassee. taken. sons of Jacksonville spent last In Gainesville Monday were fOnts Mr and Mrs. N. O. Hayej. and Mrs. Obra Hazen and
will be away the The secretary La von la Hodges week visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. A.. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Thomas T. B. Stanley Crosby, Eurv Mott ands two sons were shopping In Gainesville
poucv March 4-9 preaching In a "SptrHu t St. read the minutes of the last meet- Gay and Mm. J. R. Parrish. Pli.holieter.: Mrs. Lottie Edward C. J. Tetstone left Thursday tr last, FrIday
al Enrichment Week" |In the 11ft Edward's Catholic Ing. Several girls are working togo Miss Betty Raborn, daughter of and Mr. and Mr. Malcolm Lewis enter the U S. Army. Brooker Is A number of people are confined
Dora Methodist Church. Rev William H, Neuhaus, Pastor to Camp. We hope they will 1 Mr. and Mrs O. W. Raborq recent "MlHs Iva Mae Lewis of Jacksonville very proud of her boys In each to their' homes with flu. W.
Sunday succeed in doing so. President, ly had her tonsils removed at the spent the weekend here with branch of Service and we pray wish them all a. speedy recovery
Mass
at 8:15:
At The : a. m.
Tabernacle Dally Mass at 8:00 a m. =

Rev William" (Billy, Matheney 8:30 Confessions Saturday 7:30: ...... .,.' Jo-1' ...,;...,... --,-
: and .. .
ot y p. m. before all MassesChildren's ,. '" "j, f
Greenvllle, S. C., will be ".. .."",""" .. 'i' ,...
speaker at the Tabernacle guest Catechism Classes, ...,.. uWarwa .4.rf: :Sy I-
Friday Saturday 10:00 a. m. .11 t. ,:: .
Saturday 9JJ. 1" :
and j\ ..I!.Jr '
Bible Is well Sunday this week Adult Religious Instruction ..... -. .
known here and _. *' --- ..... ,
friends will be courses every Monday 8:00: to 9:00p. : __ _.. N. '
glad to greet W p. m. The public is cordially Invited. t'

again obtaining and his congratulate Master's degree him from upon' Special. Lenten HERE'S STARKE'S L

Bob, Jones College.As held at 'St. Edward's devotions Catholic to be \ r __

a boy he Church every Monday and Friday .' ....
enthusiasm a. a Chrr.ti.Tle.der evenings at 8:00.: ECOA/O/lfY
Ittl and speaker and though he was On Monday evening Rosary. Instructions f
more .
or lees
handicapped has benedictions of the .ey
stuck to the Job and Blessed
finished hi, Sacrament.
fu.urancenily.s have college Work. It Is a pleasure' to Friday evening, Way of the CHO/Ce
this opportunity to hear Cross Sermon. Benediction of the
him In his chosen field. Most Blessed Sacrament.

The "Ma" Sunday meeting Friday -
j evening was an innovation AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH

and Inspiration especially to the Sunday School 9:45: A. M.
older
t Friendey folks for "Ma" i
spoke proudly2r Morning
of her Worship 11 A. M.
truth ? years and Prove U1e Evening Service, 7:30 P. M.
: E. Johns Mrs. Isaiah 40: 31. Prayer Meeting every Thursday 4IAs.-
Sunday
lends her
presence evening 7:30
o'clockL. .
to various I a'
|Agency evangelistic
meetings G. Hemingway, Pastor"
a 8TARKB, FLA.m gives her testimony, and carrieson ... .
a unique ministry left to her 'PENTECOSTAL '
HOIJIVE8S
when her illustrious husband t
ed on. pass 10th St. and Temple Ave. i ,
A Sunday School 9:43:<< a. m.: Morn-
distinguished .
and _
.welcomevisitor
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evu gell. __
I THE TRAVELERS: Hartford to the Tabernacle Sunday tic -
Services
7:00
:
p. m. Everyone
morning was Dr. Judson Rudd. welcome. : -

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[Vest Bradford and Union County Residents CHURCH OF GOD _
8th A: St. Clair SU.
Take Your Troubles To Church Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m.

MILLIONS LEAVE THEM THERE Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m
Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m
Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30
'ke p.m
Butler Baptist Church Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m

11 A. M. 7:30: p. :M.nlly .
( of Owl".- Mar. 4 "A Faith For Your Family" LAWTEY mrxiLh
Like alt of aver ISO new Font V-Sft
Leslie A. Shepherd, Speaker and Sixtt-tha new Ford 1 j4--on F-5 .
L II. Futrh ECONOMY
tint performance with Power Pilot !
JEST WORSHIPERS ALWAYS WELCOME: ,

The Revival Meeting at Faith



ILL BITTER BE THE TOPIC PICTURES'OF TilE PASTOR'S Baptist Boyer Baptist day was Florida running of conducted who for Church(last Theological Is two week.an, weeks by which Instructor This Rev.School'closed had meeting George In been Fri.the of m @0 [KID{[ I l D (!!)(y @l Dy Q U



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which Is located at ,
[ SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7:30 P.M. Tampa. Rev. Boyer 'also holds a
pastorate la one of the Baptist
Churches In Plant City. An all day -
First Baptist Church, Hampton service was held on Sunday, Feb --. le the I.w-Prte." ..... -
BOB GRAY Pastor ruary 11, with dinner served at
the church. Much Interest was MM* MMOCMAMCII You IT"t stilt sjraator (o- Only
/ FORD TRUCKS YOU
IDLE SCHOOL 10 A.M.DON HILL. Supt..U. manifested In the meetings attendance Sttp-ahead engineering ahead efficiency in new Ford Truck.for '91 GIVI
was good two engines.. tniMmimtofM, sd"! wheels!
6:30 P.M. OTTO HICKS SR.. Director were addd to the church members by achieves new truth economy! NEW COMFORTI Th new S-STAK Cab, andthenew POWER PILOT ECONOMY

-.THE CHURCH THAT CARES -- Baptism and Edward Lee Massey, 5-sTAB .KT: A Cab with many eitru at slight.
son of the Rev A E. Massey accepted What's TOUR special truck need? Servicing added cant offer a brand-new kind of comfort!
the call to the Ministry and NEW ECONOMY Ford's Pour t1t hmils the lint
television seta working a truck on yourfarm
wee granted license to preach by of money-Sjiivina, ; feature it gives< you the moat -
the church. ? Do you highball a big rig between power from the least gas in every kind of hauling!
All members of the Lawtey I cities or deliver furniture? Whateveryour
ATTEND school faculty, along with other trucking job, there's a FORD truck for Ford gives! you a choice( of over 180 nuxieU" .
SPARE NOW\ TO Bradford County Teachers, one of the widest selection of j J-ton to 3-ton
Tim Ford Truck I
YOU! And you owe it to yourself to know Power Pilot la a simpler,
ed a professional trucks in the Ford
meeting Industry Only given you a of the
fuJJy-p way getting moat
P. K. Yonge School In attend-I the whole story of what's happened to NEW power choice of V-8 or Six! Get ALL the facts) power from the least gas.

BAPTIST last Saturday.Mrs. Ford Trucks for'51 about new Ford Trucks; for '51 today! '
Lottie Cushing of Ormond ,_ The Power automatically meters
was visiting her aunt; Mrs. T. J. .Jo' ot""'..."......;,.;;.. .. and tires the right amount of gas, atprociHuly
Terry, during the week. .....,..:I. ;; ':::s." the right instant, to match
[ULTANEOUSREVIVAL Mrs J. E. Wall and children _...e..r. .h- ftff btltll"$' constantly changing speed, load and

Wanda and Michael are visiting ;. 'TlfexfKg-!pfU' power requirements. ..
relatives, In Boca Grande this f"w. / Jata Unlike ronvenlional systems, the
week. t I ievt.tlaa rrvclt.rag/rfRtffa Ill* '.."'...mm. Power Pilot axes only one control
Mr and Mrs. James Phillips of f.1 .FORD iM.; __'r'..1'w4+ tn t.ka' q..l iiuttead of two. yet id designed. to
r
synchroniju firing mice as accurately.
Macon Ga. spent the weekend Y/ofJ. '"'
here with his parents, Mr. and "" lAST LONGER You can um! regular gas you get
no-knock performance. Only Ford in
Mrs. O. J. Phillips.Mr. .
ST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke and Mrs. Cecil Jenkins andJ. the lowpricefield given you Power
f Pilot Economy:; !
C. Shelton of Jacksonville were
visiting Mrs. T. J. Terry last Sun. 4l

[March 25 Thru April 8 day.slater.Lawtey Mrs.for a Shelton longer visit remained with her I IP


Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and

\9fO Churches East of the Mississippi son Bobby of Starke were Sunday
dinner guests of Mrs. Reynolda'parent. ANDREWS MOTOR CO.tsptAY

Participating Mosley.,, Sr Mr. and Mrs. R. W /f/oH/otV .

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Miss Joyce Bates of Stark
pent the weekend with friends In I
IN PREPARATIONA Lawtey. Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA. Madison & Adams SIs.MAR21951.
ENTITLED
STUDY COURSE Mr. and Mrs Clyde Slnglttary
and son Butch have moved tc
"EVERY CHRISTIAN'S JOB" 'ack >nvlll* where he has accept3d -

I WILL HE TAUGHT BY TilE PASTOR Rev work and Mr*. C B. North of
PAY & TUESDAY, :MARCH 5, 6 7:30 P. )I. High Springs were calling on

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BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAPH: : ; STARKE! FLORIDA
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and I Marine Film ; Emory Glee Club By Haven Crosby, Deputy. GrahamBulldlnar Cler By Haven rrr-aby. Deputy Clerk Mary Jo f,
Grass Fires Crushing Chilling Joseph K. SkIpper 221 T. Frank Landrum. Utarke.: Florida. Ironwi.ud R [
Florida.Attys.
: Jacksonville. for Plf. till, U lilt C. Box. 40 1
I Gives Widrnark Pleases Large for; Plf. 216 "t 1 9 Attic You.
Prove Headache _____ are
la Clrrsjlt (..". Bradford Coaaty.Flarldm April '"".. '
High Mortality Rate .. rirralt ("..rt. Bradford loaalr.
New Role HereA Court
Type Audience and
la ('Sase.ry.Martin
: For Department Florida la ('......r,. V.. Cres/lla.. Plaintiff ".. Annarrcalla. ...Its dlt lr
Edward D. HorrelU' Plaintiff
Case No. .Z58Ordrr Telcsrsuh
I One of the blggem problem. la- Br IRA MILLER plenty of growing! Richard Widmirk' versatilityaa large and appreciative audience Mary 8orr \\I. DefendantCsss. No I!'.:. aff. Defendant P.""..."... Aad Satire. .... In next fi. 'i.
Farm lamp eacfa an actor U demonstrated hischaracterization "T'TH OF FLORIDA... Wit..., : 4
the Starke tin department il Clectnjlcalioa/ Bureau In turned out Thursday night Order .( Peallrejllm %.. Natlre Ta Appear seal t
tog radiant heat to Anna rrrvla: whi's. residence and at $: tai
the control of widespread grasrfires Human belnci have something to smothering. e of a. marine lieu of last week for the concert presented Mary appear. Sorrell.ITCTI whose OP PL.OHII residence and To address Is: Vsrekl Veliki. No. 1st. 1951OFFICIAL.

that have been springing ur be thankful for. after .li. Despite Since economical tenant In "Hall: of Montezuma." I address Is Unknown: I5&A Dlnjsno, PoI, Yuaroilsvla: (

February | their various trouble they roll fare showing; at the Florida Theatrt by the Emory-Valdosta You. are required to appear on March You ape required. to appear on March Br Hav. ,A,
round the city during much better In thlf lire than baby alee Club in the usa building at ISth 1951. In the above named Court Iftth 19C1 In the above named Court Evan T
this and seeks R, .
C. W. Pick-1 Sunday Monday. .seeksdivorce and cause. wherein plaintiff ?
Chief
According to 1' plf a. For studies record that the mortality 8 o'clock. The local appearance of and cause wherein plaintiff divorce' Bradford County Telegraphshall 101 l-w E,"
Seen a* sympathetic Bradford County Telegraph
ett. the fire hazard from grass anc rate among little porker. U one a war- this W'tll-known musical organitation shall publish this Order In neat four. publish this Order In next" four lIon..I1FI..., j,
weed la at 1U peak at the present'' out of five dW'In' their ant sight : weary officer fighting his own lesues. weekly Issues.. Attys. for pit

cold wave of the .ek.f on earth. fears and doubts aa he forces himself vas sponsored by the Stark WWltn .. my hand and official seal Wltnosa mv hand and official sealat tm Clrralt .
The heavy .
time I What are the cauaet of this terrific Rotary Club. at Star he. Florida this February Starve. Florida, this FebruarySEAL I"ln.I"., < ".rt. II....
week lulled most of th< to lead his men cooly and gallantly 14th. USI.IOFFICIAL. I. I."..
past few wild an<:!? toll? Sixty percent: are traceable to : Into battle Widmark is re Easily the highlight of the program HI"(OFFICIAL 1951. BEAM A. J. Thomaa. ( ) A. J. Thomaa F ,. W Th on., .""
grass and weed growing enuhlni by the fOw-UIe balance to was the club's interpretation A. Cleric nf aald CourtRy As Clerk of said Court. trude Thoma. /
lOW that the d...d plant life ha chilling. The .Utter. remit from the moved from his previous performances ( I Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk I Tv JIavep Croaby. Deputy Clerk .
of "The Lord Prayer" (Malotte). T. Frank '.Landrum. Stark, Florida I Ordrr Of nabllr., ... I ,
dried. It con titute. a real menaci inability of all little pin. In large which have often shown T. Frank LanJrum Starke Florida CpPear. .. .., .. ,;
<< litter. to get close enough' to the *ow him as hard brutal, and merciless sung with the guest soprano. ,Attya. for Plf. llli H II* Attic for Pit. Sill It II"* Gertrude Th.Ir ". rt "
the .
: to "lty.Chief Plckett &1110 added that clot to absorb necessary body beat. For In "Halls of Montezuma," which A group of popular numbers In rirra.lt. ("...t. Bradford C.aalr.Plarldai In flrvalf Court Br.4f." Co...y.FlArMal Ii. 410 Radnor ...

work wouW some year now. the use of electric glorifies the valor and bravery of i I sung by the club' quartette, "The la f........,.. !. .'Sa.rery.Magla I.I nesses You' : Nblscribed
of the fire-fighting lamp and reflector to keep young Edna Aarons Woody. Plaintiff vs. Kovsc Plaintiff vs. ar. r.> 1
I be lessened If only citizens :would stock warm hat gained In popularity the Marine Corpa. Widmark is casta Four Hoarse-men"( met high favor Iludolph Woody.. Defendant )Kovac Defendant.. Case Nn. Court April tnd and: 11151.. I'',
? with the audience as did the final Case No. *!MOrdrr Order of P.fctl..llnn *md 0".1. u.soeks
teacher who
antr1 la all aectioni of the where a becomes
their yard. country I a rug. Tataarar divorce -
keeping 'Satire .
help by af Pakllratloa 4ad StATIC OK -
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home clear of any dry leaves artificial belt ill required at brooding \\S ged Leatherneck lieutenant fighting I "Club Emory" portion of the pro TTR Of KI.OHint TalRurtnlph Oscar appear Kovac. whose. resident 'In Telegraph, shall r'
time. Not only 1* this method cleaner whose residence Is nest four w.
other forma oiInflamabJe his way through a fierce' campaign gram. Woody address In: care of flluck fllsella Wllnesa C
grass rubbish or than heating the brooder bou e with I'nknown: hHllinnser Hsupt Strasaee f II my
products. He estimate coal or wood fleet but it ..Umln.telcooaId..bl. "A*-110. tars'' or on a Japanese-held island! I During this last scene, Mia You are required to appear on March Rikliburg! Auntrla. seal st 8tsrk, p
1 jl : Clara Thomas who had been lIth. 1151. in the above. named Courtand Yon required, to on March art I8th. 1951OFFICIAl. .
the fire department* spends *r "labor.1: With electricity "I"-I'' 3V In the South Pacific. prevlouMy are appear ( .
that ar seeksdivorce 8Kny
p. cause, wherein plaintiff 19th 1951. In the above named Court
>".ra .. of one to three hour the farmer jiut flick a twitch and laa.>. tor doe... The "Halls: of Montezuma" I elected by the Senior Classof Bradford County Telegraph and cause wherein plaintiff sock a Havni. *"

;"uy'day flghUnj grin and rub power,takes. over the. .brooding! problem 2J ......... fa phrase that gives this film It, BHS sat on the stage with the shall publish this Order In next fourw..kly "divorce custody of minor child Hollls V Knlir'
giving pig. *. CIUCK" ana lamo a I lusurs. Bradford County Telegrsph shall ]
biah fire that could have bHnprevted healthier and faster tart N.", tamer; ifwwld title..became an Integral part of visiting singers and was presenteda Witness mv band and officIal seal publish. this OHder in next four Attys. for Plf.

by a little care (on the There are several simple but highly the *.. bars the Marine's battle hymn after box of candy by the master o! at Starke Florida, this FebruaryOFFICIAL weekly. Isoues.Witness .. flrralr Co '

part of land owner effective and economical brooding ewea affder the the assault and capture of Chapul. ceremonies.The (1I1h 1951. PEAL) AI. Tkomaa.As st etarke,mv Florida hand and this official February ssal Fiend. I. (l"r.i,11., ,
Janice
fir- ff the week. device available. The most popularare tepee Mexico in September 194T. Glee Club is directed b) Clerk of said Court. 15lh. un.OFFICIAf4. Mae Eymon H"Jla P
The largest
able the poultry By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk !BEAD' A. J. Thomas hewettOiier .
standard or deep bowl reflector James Dasher, well-known ([ 1. 'dt
curred lat Saturday at midnightA equipped with cord and plug. These assure himself a The Marines took the Castle of Georgia S'lf'! 4t 31* A. Clerk of said Court.
bungalow belonging much Chapultepec. then known the musician and composer. By Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk: 01 P."r..ln" ,:
one-atory frame are hung In corner of the brooder less physical: aa AP... STATe
la Clrralt f.ar<. Hradfard Ceaatr' T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida : (
to Ella Ma- Tucker In Be ho.... (figure 1), or may be wed with the greater part of Hall of Montezuma. and the word rlarlsal !. (.kaarrry.C'laraatha Attys. far Pit. lilt 4t III! \ 11._ Mae Hewet: lIp"'. ,

T was burned pretty badly. Th hovers figure i). Hover can be built ers to market added to the Corps' motto. Brooker OfficialsTo !or. Carter Plaintiff vs. ana You address i.I I. I:,?,?:::
no >f plywood or practically any type cffurplu tog period. Many Ralph C. Carter Jr. Defendant. !. Clmlt ("..rt. Bradf*>r. C..t,.'I April 2nd are reqi 4 I,
fire had done most of it* damage lumber around the farm. hat electric Be Installed Caa. No. 8Z 5Ordrr Klorldat ls> ChMrry.ullne anti lIsi.Court '
Of PaMlratlaa. Sad %flre 'r. Plaintiff vs. cause h.
wa Hampton.
before th. fire drplJ'tm..nt Indian Beach I
: For the raiser who "e.k.
poultry market to save enough In Appear T\TH or FLOR1OI Ta James B. Hampton Defendant.Case divorce. Brldl.
called to the acenIncidentally. -. thousand of chicken. each season I and obtain enough Recently elected officials of the C. Carter, Jr., whom residence. No. 8257 Telegraph. shall .b ,'I.i iIn
AMlirtant Fir there i* a ID-lamp fixture lining H-iO through higher .. Property Sold la.H'k, ;. .. : Order of P.bllr.tl... And Native '. next four we.. '. '* "
Witness
lamps, which will effectively Town of Brooker'Will be sworn into You are required to appear on appear. "T'TK OF FLORIDA Tat my hand
Chief D. W, Carpenter i. back or ply light and radiant heat to.sup to pay for By M. V. JoinerSale office at a'brlef ceremony( to be March 11th U61. In the above named James B Hampton whoso residenceand any seal *at 5th",''lark... FT-' *," '
and 1951
sifter three .weeks In the i lamps Court and cause, wherein plaintiff address Is Unknown:
the Job brood of 1,000 chlcki allowing 1, season of held in the Community Hall Tuesday .e.ks divorce care, custody and .,...n- You are required to appear on March (OFFICIAL SEAL A"R
hospital with pneumonia Carpenter by )(. V. Joiner of eight night. March 6, at 7:30: o'clock trol of minor child Bradford Coun *th. 1(91 In the abovenamed Court ,. Ha".k:, .,: .
U well on the war to complete I in the Indian Beach Subdivi ty Telegraph shall publish thia OrderIn and cause wherein plaintiff seeks: T.
Frank
The following new official will next four weekly Issues.Witness divorce.. Bradford County Telegraph Lan'rUIT' 'Storl
' to John N. Blow of Jackson- be inducted at that time: my hand and official seal hall publish this Order In next four A lIy.. for Plf
.. for at Btarks. Florida this February IssuesWltneiis '
weekly
(23,000 coetltuted one of --
recovery.W.C.T.U. Mayor: Ralph E. Hazan. 10. 1951. mv hand and official seal NfI'rlf I
largest real estate transaction Aldermen: J. W. Plnholster.( H. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa at Starke, Florida, this TO WHOM 'T ill',. tot
As Clerk of said Court Febru.r"J are hereby
in the courthouse In 4th. 1'51.IOFFICIAf4 foKw flttiI.
C. Douglas, A. G. Hazen. By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk SEAt' ) A. J. described II,
MBA. \VIGO.S OF CABBAGE weeks. Included in this Marshall: A. L. Green :J. C. Durrance' -Fw, Exchange Bid l *.. A. Clerk of said Court. solid black mare mu''. .
HER were Lots 8. 0, 10. 11, Jacksonville. Fla. 14.v Haven Croeby. Deputy. Clerk pounded .t H. A. I'WII, .
FARM SAID THAT Clerk David W.
VATCII : Green Attye.: for Pit. Iil| It illS] T. Frank indrum.. Stark., Florida I "nvlll. highway. .nd

: DEARLY BWJ\-ED HUSBAND Indian Beach Subdivision and The public is cordially Invitedto I C-- _Alt n-.... _for__ _Plf.___ _UK._ 4t. II_,*. I due by reacon 0' s,"'h f\
I. 1. 2. 4. of Unit 3. Indian
The
BY
HAD GONE TO ETERNITY attend thisceremony. .
I ,. ( .aarrrir. NOTICETO livestock wfl
! THE "ALCOHOLIC ROUTE"THE Subdivision. HarolitAlllaton Roblnaon. Plaintiff ALL, WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: deemed within three
t' : DAILY PAPERS AND THE!: I Another large transfer was ap TO WHOM IT MAT CO%CER". vs. Eunice Ruth Rol>ln"on. efond- Notice, Is hereby given to all clalm- date hereof be afrrr'utTS! .
!tt I TAKB NOTICE THAT A Uti Mer. ant. Cane No. '! 4Order ants and creditors of the estate of public auction to t It. iS
ornciAL STATISTIC!* movE 1,724 acre of timber.i jury Club Coupe. Engine Number O' **B.llratlosi.. V.fl.,. T. Constance Nswsome that unless you beat bldded for ....h f

THAT KOUTE IS! STILL, EX. in Bradford and Clay Counties 9A-IisSlti with.. appraised valueof Appear HTATR! Of FLORIDA 1'.. 'II. your claims duly sworn to with '
m Iras then Eunice Ruth Robinson, whose last Sheriff of BradVordRo,1'l!
11.000 waa seised In E. K. Ferrymsn. County Judge of
; TENSIVFLY USED. RECENT BIRTHS CEMETERY the Estate of W. D. Brinson to Bradford County on January li. IJ5I known place of residence In: 1232 Bradford Cnuntv. Florida within March Ind mi
There will be a M. Brlnson. The amount Involv for violation af Chapter Ml. Florida Belgrade Avenue, Montreal" Domin eight calendar months from the first -
Statutes. 1M1. as amended and that ion of Canada: publication of this notice your clklm JIIOTIIIJ
(UNION SIGNAL) Mr. and Mr*. James Thomas announce Sapp Cemetery was $13,5000. I It I. the Intention of Lewis M Kchott Tou are required to appear on will b. barred by the Statutes of Notice I. hereby ,
:; r' the birth of a son, Luther Tuesday March 6. Other transfers included: Director of the State Beverage Department March 21.t. 1>51, In th. above named Limitation. This the Kth day of ; undersigned. are enruMMII"I"I

Franklin on February 27 In the persona are urged Thomas Stewart to Eva Harrell property for af use Florida.by ths to State retain Brvrra asld. Court mf\t. and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County bruary.. DeWltt I I9S1..C.Jones.:: Administrator nder Feed. *the Seed fictitious('0. at name 114,,ffl

L Palatka hospital. bring tool to Lots 1 and 2. Block 14 Department of Florida on Marc Telegraph shall publish this Order IK 4t a'i' all 8tre.t. Starke, BrujlrQ
CLASSIFIED It. ItSl, as Is provided for In Section In next four weekly issues. _____ Fla. and Intend to
Mr. and Mr*. J. D. Criffia of See the NEW City. J3.000. 555.3'> Florida Statutes. 1,41. a., WItness mf hand and officIal seal I. CI...... ("..... Bradtard C_aty(. Itlous name In the reglap ofin
---- - Theresa announce the birth of a F. W. Addison Jacksonville to am.ndeg.All; at Stark. Florida this FebruaryOFFICIAL Fl-aid.. I. .'.........,.. or the Circuit Court ill
I Portable \ parsons claimingany rich Is o' 19th. U51. William Palmer Plaintiff vs. County. Florida
R union .pp'nlAll daughter. Cheryl Laverne on February Conty Tek-rreph.. County Development Interest In or to said property or anypsrt ( SB:A I.) A. J. Thomas. Catherine O'Hara Palmer. Defendant.Ca. .1. M. Istrunk. Box II?. 1
Makea All ........ I 22 la the Alachua hospital Inc., all Block 10. L. thereof are hereby required 10 As Clerk ot said Court .. No.' list C. A. Futcl,. Box 387 Su
p ..Keaaaaaal rfcarirea. liaar....... I j ........ of a A Co. Town appear and to make claim withinthirty By Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk Order Of P. II....... had Malice TeAaarar ,
I Gainesville. Addition of
sH.. C. HIcrHrrinar COaveatoat. SUrke. days from the date of J-JJ Hill Wllllam_ Lake Butler.; STATIC or FLORIDA Tel
(".ar. a ....._.. ...rIr...
COMP081TB BOOKKEEPING T8TKkf H___. B. Stakoa_ __ tn n _TT.__. O__ _Rtnlros_____._.. this B42 Is.notice Florida' -.. provided-ft.tutn1S4I.' by Section. .. Mack Attys.. S.for Futch Fir. -Lake Butler s2i| tt Fla.Jill, residence Is. New 5SS Beach Torkl, lth St.. FarRockaway. SPECIAL OS?

Ideal for email business.EverrthlnsT 1. 2. 10. 11, 12 Block 12. Ward! _", .nd.d. to. the State Coverage Department You are required, to appear en SLIP com
you need In .na heok.c :. of Florida. Tallahassee. tm ....11 C..... Bra -c II n. Be* It at Bradford County OFFICE / $300. Florida. or all such rla-hts and Interest **!...... I. fkaaeerr.wrolfrans Court. and cause wherein. plaintiff SETTEE .
Teles-raph Crr T. J. Alderman to D. L. Thomaa, In and to said property shall ; Henry Donald D<-mme leeks. divorce. Bradford County -
: cease and terminate. (Also "known as Frad Soper: ) Plain Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn CIIAIIt; _
TRUP-Made of finest suarsr cane,, L. H Outlaw 83 acre in Lewis M. Schott. Director, State tiff vs. Doretta Henrietta bemme, next four weekly Issues.
r It p.r .all..... He* Clyde Herser at .. Half of NI:. Quarter. Sec. Reverses Department of Florida Defendant Case No 1211 Witness my hand and official lUADE'TOOB
Bsnta F. "stock: Farm betweenTheresea Pill 5t IU; Order Of PvkllmtUsi Ami M fle. T.
; >
seal st this MarchOFFICIAL.
Florida
Tp. 7 S, Range 11 E. (>.500 Htarke '
a> Hampton 49 1CAI.VBU Ai* a, UTATK OP" FLORIDA T.> la51. This Price lacludet.. LtII
; Carbon Lloyd W. Ooodaorw to Geo. U. I la rirra.lt C-: ;;..,...' CasiMyrlarldat Ooretta Henrietta Demme. whnae l..tJ.( BEAM A. J. Thoma.. flees Not incluile.Starke 1
,
CALF: Guernsey la realdenee and address la
Ca..e.wr. zl4
: 7th of
.PkR.t As Clerk said Court
Jersey Be* Karl Batten. Jacksonville. South Frank Morea. Plaintiff, vs. Marls L. ."..au.. Queens Village, New York : By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk
S nil south of atarks. Itt. It* 7v7D 0 PencIl of Northeast quarter. Sec 11, Morea, Defendant. C... No. J2SOrdr ToOl are required to appear on Even T. Evana-Neal D Evans Jr. Bed&
u I ., P.bIie.I.o Aaa 5.4Cc. T. March Seth list. In the above named
< 101 Law Exchange BuIlding .Jack
, S. E. 16.000. .
Range ,
Court and
I Aspe. STaTIC OF FLORIDTaMarie cause, wherein plaintiff aonvllle. Florida.
.t J. M. Edwards to C. E. Devlin ; t- More. whose residence ..*k. divorce Pradforii County Attys. fo? Plf. Ill It IIII CompanyPhOlle |
; 1.18 and address Is Unknown: ;Telegraph 'shsll publish thIs Order.

FOR SALE A. of West Pines You are required to appear on March In next four..weekly \IMBU H. I. flmJt C.mrt. ....._ ("....,., 51.W-S'
Ii' : S1.000 SUbd1v\-j 1Mb, 1151. tar the .be.T...named Court Witness .. hand and fflclal seal Ftarla'ai I. ("......,..
Desk Bernard'At. BlanklnsMp and causa, wherein plaintiff seftks it It"t.Starke.1 1951.OFrICIAL. Florida, this February Fred Oetha. Plaintiff ".. Mary JoOetha.
2. EDROO1\l HOUSE divorce, custody and control ol Defendant. Case No. It*]
tld, one reIn &*e. 2*. Minor Children by defendant and ( 8I'At.A.: J. Thnma, Order Of PaMlratl.m ".. Watlee T*
3RM. GARAGE AIT. io'I 22 E. $9OO.R. other relief. Bradford County Telegraph Aa Clerk of said Court Appear. STATH OF FLORIDA T..
Flee
e shall publish this Order In ,
Q// All Modern Desk Calendar Stands M. Alvarez. Jr. to O. R. Alva next four- weekly I........

t New property in Sec. 3. Tp. S. Witness my hand and official aea
at Starke, Florida this February
i K Rillhons
'' Conveniences SOc up 0 21 E ".500. 14th. lISt.OFlC1AL.

I, Wm. S. Parker ta Guy. B. ( SEAL) AJ.. Thomas,
1 3 ACRES LANDI.C.BEAR As Clerk of said< Court
-:- CD Paper ,, one lot, Block 3 (less N By Haven Crosby. Deputy Clerk

feet). J. N. Johns subdivision. 'P. Frsnk Ljindrutn. Starke. FlnrMaAttys.
i Desk Calendar ; for Plf. 1114 4t 11 Office '
'i4, Pads SuDplies .

Box 152 Waldo FU.PCS1NEHM IApl Joe Boyle. to L. D. Sullivan. 4 .. Ore-jlt Coart. Bradford ("....,..
Vtorldai la rharT.
59cup
place in Southeast.
Starke. Virginia. Ruth Webb. Plaintiff. vs
'. S Aed. Homer B. Webb Defendant.
-e Case Ho. II!.
!: OPPOHTU.NITr-Hefln- .-
4!; err repreeentstlvv. will ..".bll.b L. D. and Dorothy' Sullivan to Order af Paallratlmi Aad bailee Ta

llultlvd, 0.. Ulslrlkutar In Htark. Get 1951 refills now! 0 FIling ,Lloyd Farber of Graham Lots A r aar T\TK or FLORiDa T...
with complete' flnanclsl ... .- HAmsr B. Webb whose residence Is
12. Block 3. J. O. Alvsre. Ad- Vnknown _
l..ne.. Applicant must have al
i Inaat 9Z.60U slid auod vredit repu.tatlnn. () 2500. Tou are required to appear on March hiE.L
11th. 1>51. In the above named Court
I
Keply.-Tulss. UrndfoVd'o '
L. Simmons to
1t ( T..I."raph lip Bradford County Adolph Gay and causs. wherein plaintiff ee.kCdivorce. !
on W. Madison St. csr*. custody. and control
FOItAI.FB.b... Carrlag-f In i odcundltlun of minor child. Bradford County
Iteasunshle. Mrs, C. I' -_ 1.000. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn REMIfPORTI
Coo on. curnsr J4. Water ft Wa.h- next four weekly Issues.Witness .
I..t..n I". lip mv hand and official ....1
Home Built at Stark,. Florida. this February
FOR 8ALK -Plywood boat II ft. U'''. 1 1'51.tOFFICIAL.
Young Women Between 18 and 34
SEAt A. J. ThomasAs
Iun| 4* beam sxcellent condition( '
has live l>.lt well. Very moatl and Mrs Donald McRae are Clerk of sail Court I TYPE

fir l like .host, worth in. Will sell a new home on proper-
for $&0. Inquire front Cubic at
Net.... lOt or... lip THE east of Starke on the new
WAC and< highway recently pur .
TOBACCO PlANTS for ..!., gold You'llSay. .
.
dollsr. sprayed. no tlua mold1. from Roy M. Ward.lirathl MEN.

4 .OU. ready to set March If. or.un.r "The besl-wrftln
.. K. F. iMmureet. Starke, OF JESUS CHRIST
Kla. itp t-t OF LATTERDAr SAINTS: fountain pen I
offer You Great !
a
DsnOsIi ti I'll' "" IIIIOi.raKrsuLia. (MORMON) We Need You ever used.
' H"..10..110'II 0"N'1'1''''. .. -
School 10 a. m.
baaramrvalCHAHI.rO USE OUR
('. Vllr.PMKHO: Service 6:30 AND ONLY
('...1 a> .4.di... ..... arfce p. m. In 2.00
Hall on Call St., Starke. In
Scouting
: FOR RENT-Ixiwer floor sparl- cordial welcome U extended> : to TYPEWREASY !
ment. I room. newly decorated. POINTS REPLACEABLE
Suitable for couple or I (adieu.. ADVANCEMENT I
'01 N Walnut HI. lip FOR ONLY 35cA


f Ic FOR apartment IIK.NT -Ill Furnished W. Madlsun...r..-. EXCELLENT Let's Not Wide Variety Of PolaUTo

Adolph "lay Up TRAINING I Fail Suit Every: Taste

r BIRTHDAY 'AKF.M-U UP Order HUE MEDICAL Our Boys -
.. PAYNE
i' taken at t> hmer's tlhoppe.
t' Phoo U-J. l-ll p CABEI

F01tlAI.II U model' house At the
present time
trailer complete with shower GOOD PAYI I IA man- PLAN
flush toilet ti.&oo Will aprepcDandwlch power is vitally needed in
some furniture a.. part ,
payrnet
Whop lath I'hiirrh SECURITY doe tetter suit. Then the Security program Small Down Pay

Itp 1-!I msnv .raiders af TUG CHRI1TIAN throughout this district. Balance Month? !
TRAVEL I : SCIENCE MONITOR
FOlt HUNT-Furnished. apartment tell Ike fUlilar how saacb tke Specifically, we need Isa
eleo. rafrlsrerstor. ass for heating ASK FOR DET.\
and ctooklnM Just redivvorateil enjoy thit daily ajorldwideHrwipapor

Nice for couple. f" ,i.o.-A. "'. with each eoia*> TWO CUBMASTERSOne /11
bIII. .
phone im-W or III McMuhou .
> tft.. across from school senla .It"T" ia-i 1iW M Yes, by using our oe"1

It Monitor It ,lie matteareitUy District CommissionerOne -==i.V ........ writer Club Plan, a w uI!j

I'llATH Kit KMTATK Kolt ...AI.IT -:- edilW asses'ppsr Health & Safety :Man will the
lAe pot
M U. S. payment
.
room htttie anil Imlh' : 4 b..d.rnomN. One
living. room dining room Join the .J..6& aid fo. s.scl. Camp Activities Man finest portabletheReminjtonloto JJ

kitchen and bath on corner lot. Ing .- And Others
and six additional* lots Property WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS e ,out
Nm. tkat it maples.sad .
located nn corner Waahlnirton and c-
Water 8t. In Htarke. r>n not din. orWOMEN'S lair ." now! -and you listSyear

turn trnnnto Intereeleil' parties The .'Io"7 I. to pay the baI&
writs &frs IE o
rlrspa nuraett, AIR FORCE reooWYen. ....... S'
I l>lxl. Highway; lluilyonod small Carrying charge

na.t l'lal"' I Nowla tan. ..1U find the Monitor If you are interested in wait-come i in and tt*
t FOK $AIE'-.I.i.eeIlrnt: uusllty Klnrld infnrmgti... with complete helping with this important to-J l.

.. rilpnt Pepper Plantr.'ailr for warld newt and .. nerea.sarr work please fill out this .. portable beauty T
I
tritnppliinilnir .. *
March 5. H or as HOME TOWN new, exclusive /ealud
year
call Doyle Conner. UpFI'KNIXIIKO ".p.. blank and mail to C. H. Nas- eNuliltih. POINI5&teiucooh
? t Jog Miracle Tab...lisle|
I worthy. Chairman New
fKMKNT: KUM-K
TOI'MR, In Ifnmntnn I atlroolna Us this eoopon for .. Sp. iJ River District. Bradford Key e Simplified1 1
Writ. D. b:. Hill Hampton IntrodurnwT ahurrlptlen 1 ( MO

itp I'tJUI'HK become a part of the team of men and SIO.VTU3: : FOR. ONLY $3.rbc. & Union Counties) Starke. Changer..AND
Just the sue foe''
: : Kult SALK Kraini ,tucro have a vital role In the Nation's Defense. Shu the Florida. right
. eflflelr..Ilon, T yr.. old I on Itland. best typing petfoiaTRUtY (
,- In* blway. II 1 of really doing for Freedom! Thc'aeed .. r. IfllllW.po'lfr _
moms.. toilets and your part ---- -- - - 'C-I/NMIW ft* ONLY ("
lavoratory. Conn i'tlon. for THE
alt Sat. s* : See nearest W ACW AP recruiter and learn ._ If_.
antomatlc'
water h.at.r your I interested
_. ... am in
helping IS'
Will sucrlflce fur caeh, Termn ron .. N.. 5._ U. 11_. U... ... FOR SALE AT TYPEWRITEROMAL ,
slnered (".ll 11B' Oalne..lll' nrw.lt. Interesting and profitable career opportunities rim. : .. kft.e0i., with the Scouting program. < SIZEIBradford!
:
Fred Ouv. 1104. S. W. 3rd Is.Tr..t .... If .
Ac. Oalnesvllle, FU. 41 t tl ...
U.S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING Bradford County CoL

a FOil.n't tAlE ASAI l -Well Koot.d Camellia Name _ ___ ___
i ( C.m.nu j.*pnncB) POST OFFICE BUILDING If -) Telegraph
r and I Aala.. mixed, ID. for II n.) -
delivered. to vou R..r.rllnn.. EVERY
imrantaed F .ri.. Nr.ry., Mag.uII WEDNESDAY AND Address __ u __ TELEGRAfjStarke.
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Geared To Raise$2, X01 edCross Quota; '






Chairman Hopes To Complete Drive. In Two Days ,




Cross Services Rapidly Growing I I All Bradford Citizens Called Upon I I




rmed Forces On World.. Fronts To Support Stepped-Up ActivitiesAn



th the nation's military strength soaring steadily to- r Intensive two-day campaign to raise Bradford Coun

an ultimate goal of many million men, the American r/ ty's 1051! Red Cross: fund coal of $2,701 is being launched today

oss faces its biggest job in serving the armed forceshe I i & (}'I'idauntll'r) a countywide organization directed by

end of World War II. Doyle( E.: Conner, chairman.The .
Ca
under Its local drive Is Bradford __ __ .
nsible. congren- !
Shatter, for welfare aid to I 3,738 chapters, Red Cross field J County's stake In a nationwide'' cases wore bundled! In IDtO. W th

personnel and their fams -; directors obtain fncts concerning \ effort to raise $81,000.000 to carry | ,almost half of thin number. i

Red Cross has spent over sickness, death, and other home on the' 'various Red Cross activities Ing In the lust four months A
)000 in piovldlng this scrvng conditions which enable militaryauthoritlee throughout the world during the tofil of $100190 financial as .;jI j-
the last ten years. That to decides whether or next 12 month I n nee In loans and grant Ma'given
half of the organization'* not leave during 19!>0, with $S13.02 )f
y an emergency or occa ,
j.endlture for the period. atonally a discharge. l Is warranted Assisting Conner In the two-day, this amount being dispensed. In t!;0Iflflt
drive are the following chairmen
four
the military establishment. During the last fiscal year, field months
I of the division
soliciting :
Cross reduced personnel directors handled a monthly average 7vy In calling on citizens of all
|i ars Immediately following of over 2.00.000 such cases and ; Kindness Division, Stnrke, S. E sections of the county for wholehearted
Then came trouble in requests. Home Service In chnptert : Simmons; County Courthouse A. and enthiwlastlo supportof
|nd Increased the tension In assisted a monthly average of ,. J Thomas Sr., Industrial. Division, the 1050 fund campaign Joint:
Today the Red Cross has 60,000 servicemen and their de. i. e w tt O s. Newcomb; Residential, A.. Toro ( an 1,700 men and women pendents In the last year. Finan- ? r' { Starke, Miss Lillian Stump: Storke, states that this county should do
I In more than 1,400 mill- cial assistance to servicemen and public schools, Mrs T. T. Long; everything possible to keep pace
stallations. Of this number, their dependents reached a com Qruhnm, N. O Davis, BronkerTsmes with the stcpped-up Red Cross

BOO are overseas duty In bined total of more than $3,000-: A. Parker: Lawtoy, A A. program throughout the nation. H4

r East and in Europe .. Y 0.af. Cook; New River, Mrs M. F. points out that Increased' demand
hclpal Red Cross task is to 000.This + .eh Wiggins/ / Therrasa, Mrs. Clevo- for first aid classes, nursing classes -
case load increases each land Sullivan, Mt. Pleasant. Mrs
communications between 1.1. m and for trained and organized
nen and their families and month as the armed forces gro-v t i Finnic Dryden: Hampton, Miss volunteers to meet Red Cross responsibilities

information on home and larger. la Korea during one month J Detty May; Hellbionn Springs, In caae of an emergency

conditions for the military alone, 2,500 cases were handled. ,> Mrs. Flton: Sapp; Hellbronn High. are of vital concern to the
lies and to counsel on per- Expectations are that the Red : way, Mrs Mabel Boyer entire nation

roblems. These activities Cross will have approximately I I -; In a"klnlpublic\ support of the Major Red Cross objectives for

volve financial assistance 2.000 workers serving with the I .- drive ChairmAn Conner pointed out thin year will ho:
cr
|gencies. Army, the Navy, and the Air I that rapidly Increasing, number 1. Thrt collection of IMO.Mrt
nt ,m>rvlte rails I Is to the!I
Ugh Home Service In Its Force by mid-aummer. I coming pints of blood to meet the needs of
local chapter The average number |
rl\11
tltjfensn.'
--. 't.e't of Home Service Cases. handledthrough
. the local chapter office I 2. The training of 20 million 1 i
persons In first old Including
has
rs jumped front an average of)
33 per month to ISA\ cases' per treatment of Injuries from atom
month In the last four month bomb attack,

I\JOTICE I J "" a pq, i ir Limited\ service cases have, Increased \ 3. The training of 100.OlIO and.
from an overage of 12 to 275 I reactivation of 1:10,0110.Duraes'a: (

b. PIT month, and the average n. end" training one million housewives .
mount of financial assistance In In home nursing for civil do-

the rm of grants and loans from I' fence'

e Can Not Accept $72 to 1123 ) of, The expansion' of Red CroM

Mrs, W, R. Morw, Bradford' services! to the. armed force to
_
__ County Home Service Cholrmin meet the needs of a proposed. threo
d report that 400 Home Service million man fighting force '.4

More Meat J""
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The
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.. .. ,.., .. tsm\: veils e.DRAPERIES
Filled'To Capacity r

Red Cross To Teach RED CROSS ALWAYS THEREWhen Vast QuantitiesOf Furniture Repaired And Refinished

Blood Needed On Estimates; Without
Obligation
First Aid ProgramTo the first American troops landed in Korea, a

AWSON MEAT & 20 Millions Red Cross field director was with them. The ned Cr nn War & Home FrontsOn Pick-up and Delivery

continued to serve o'ur men fighting overseas providing -
,
First aid training for at least communications with their families, a high Korean ridge, Capt
emergency
John Tobin, commander of Com
one person In every family" distributing comfort articles, offering guidance and pany B, 6th Marine Regiment was

long-time Red Cross goal-.Is get- cheering counsel often working around the clock struck by three i machine gun but

COLD STORAGE ting a new lift today In an in* when the going was rough. With our expanding armed lets. One plowed Into his side,
for And Reliable
Prompt
tensive civil defense safety cam- forces, more and more such workers are needed. Your digging hole the size of a man's

paign undertaken at government contribution to the 1951; Red Cross Fund Campaign will fist. Two others struck his left INSURANCE SERVICE

request. help provide them. arm, severing an artery.
-II I- Specifically the Red Cross has Tobin was rescued, but lost SfoN

assumed responsibility for training great quantities of blood. Three !

20,000,001) persons l In first aid at Red Cross Aid To Veterans And FamiliesIs pints of plasma. were administer COLLEY INSURANCE AGENCY
1951 English-built FORD the request of the National Secure ed utmost t Immediately at a frontline
new ity Resource Board. This Is fifty One Of Top Services Being PerformedAlthough medical station. Later he received fiKNKRAL: INSURANCE

times the number of people who 13 pinta of whole blood.
recreational, and welfare program? 116 St). Walnut St. Phone 25
workers are
ornly completed Red Cross first aid Red Cross Some of the transfusions were
) 13.52 PER WEEKLY courses during the last fiscal year. concentrating these days on has na- considered the essential.list fiscal to recovery.During year, chap, given prior to surgical operations C. CAlm COI.I.J Agent
During the first three months of lonal defense projects, there others to build his strength during
the 1950-31: fiscal year, for Instances been no lessening of their continued ter Home Service workers handled convalescence
$362 DOWN the number of Red Cross efforts to help war veterans an average of 138,300 veterans
each month. A total of, Today Tobin snys he owes his I
FULL PRICE ONLY $1,085.00 first aid certificates granted was and their families. cases$2,814,300 wall given in financial life to the whole bluod and plasma.

up 30 percent over the same period For today's more than hundreds 19000.-of assistance to veterans and theird..p..nd.'nt provided. by folk back- home Young Women Between 18 and 34 Years
last year. Among first groups to 000 living veterans, the American Red Cross. I
ith i Anglia, the English-built Ford, you get a disabled to Field directors In through
respond in I the intensified cam thousands of whom are His case I I..* typical of thousandsreported '
less than even Administration offices:
car for hundreds of dollars Red Cross has a Veterans
paign were schools, churches some degree the Defense -
to the Department THE
st lofe used Its smaller wheelbase which Includes worked on about A2.0OO cases etch I
ear* police, firemen, clubs, and Industrial three point program told more than and to Red Cross national WAC and WAFoffer
he s driving and parking easier, too. plants. : month. All headquusban. Borne wounded have
have the
veteran given
Recently the Office of Education I I ((1)) Home Service workers In 1.3OOOOO of attorney tn required only one pint of blood;
chapters to provide Red Cross power
'' YOU CUT DRIVING COSTS IN HAtH I of the Federal Security Agency 3.738 Red Cross In personal and represent them In claims for government others have needed as many a* 70 Great Future !
counseling You
!L strongly urged all public I( with the benefits Ip every case the blood n..Jlld a .
to help
Yes the popular Anglia saves up to 50% on schools, colleges and universities' family problems of claims for government In Veterans Administration. tinnpltala was available. -
ti" driving costs. Owners actually! report up to to include first aid training and preparation When the Armed Service firs'requested
financial
of
benefits, and to give 21).900chapter
And get such features home care of the sick In their a monthly average blood to be flown overseas -
40 miles gallon. you
per curriculums Commissioner Earl assistance. volunteers gave more than
lest August, the Red Crost
trunk built-in turn selector, of 2M) field directors
over
the staff
.. as rear access McGrath pointed out that such ((2) A 2,000,000 hours of service during reHponded Immediately, Within 5
= and constant speed windshield wipers.OU courses are important for daily Administration stationed In some offices 80 to Veterans as. the yenr With about 35 additional' days. the first shipment was on its ADVANCfMENT!

living as well as in time of nation. of Veterans Administration hospitals. way and from then on blood was
In tho proroguing EXCELLENT
slut t
chapters
al emergency. In another large December flown on regular: schedule.
of slated for completion by
other types
and
ji: group action, the Taxicab Association claims disability, and to personally represent. 1953.\ the Red Crows needs. thousand Shortly after military request TRAINING I
of America passed a resolu- of additional volunteers Including t for blood, the National Security -
claims or mil MEDICAL
J tion calling for allot Its 40,000 veterans In presenting Administration. nurse's. aids. These, volunteers Resources Board also asked
members to take first aid training appeals to Veterans provide many Individualized the Red Cross to coordinate all activities CARE

Fifty percent more Red Cross connected with collecting, :
In the educa-
to
and services patients
Woman field directors GOOD PAY I
(3)
first aid textbooks were ordered by ( ) Service workers. located tional and therapeutic field, such,( processing and preparing for

ARC chapters during th. first Volunteer 140 Veterans as gardening, vocational guidance I shipment blood and blood derivatives SICURITYI r,
three months of ths current fiscal approximately hospitals with tours, and Instruction In subjects for Civil Defense. Added to
year than In the previous corresponding Administration to coordinate ranging from mathematics to music these requests were the day by TRAVttI

C period a further Indication some the 100OOO efforts patients of thousands of from wood csrvlng to scrip day need of 2.300 community hospital -
of how rapidly the program Is writing. and clinic served by the Red
medical
expanding. A special supplement volunteers In helping with Cross.

s. dealing with the emergency earn!I, I Within four months whole blood
for injuries of modern warfare ADDRESSESOF was not only being supplied to the
I I
and problems of mass casualties G-/- v E INTERESTThe combat area but additional quo
has been prepared by the Red) tas were going to 34 veterans and Join thoWOMEN'S

Cross for inclusion In the Stand-j Whole blood snd' plasm following new, renewal and 22 military hospital regularly and CORPSWOMEN'S
ard course.A to 38 others Stockpiling ARMY
a* requested.
flown across the Pacific directly change. of addresses received by,
I GET LONG.LIF[ CRAFTSMANSHIP recent survey of Red Cross,! to combat fronts in Korea of of plasma for military need Of'
will be Interestto
It by torn of the world's finest craftsmen, both chapters reflect. activity In all have helped save the lives nt the Telegraph had begun through processing AIR fORCENowl
parts of the country. More than thousand of wounded' servicemen readers: I laboratories In Philadelphia San I
I 2-door Anglia and the 4-door Prefect feature 100,000 Chicago high school students According to Dr. Richard Sgt. Rodney P. Hall, 24625130, Francisco, and Los Angeles.At .

ge. comfortable Interior and qualityflniihederion have started first aid train- U Melting, Director of Medical 18th Co., 2nd Bn. Student TrainIng least four new Red Cross regional

[ that ore built to last. And wrvfco b Ing. Elementary schools will also Services, Department of Defense Regt., Fort Banning, Ca. centers were slated for ,

fable at Ford Dealers everywhere I participate through the training of the blood program has Pfc Wm. A. Andrews. Box 1-28 opening during the fiscal year to
Club supplement the already established!
lOOuO Chicago Motor patrol efficiently that not
and "Tesl DnVe"FORD Junior first aid. In Lou worked so 3.123 Student Sqdn, 3310 Croup 38 Red Crons center
Come in boys In one bottle ws wasted by being Scott AFB, 111.
I I Angeles every pupil from the seventh outdated. Your contribution to I become a part of the team of men and women who
Mrs. Berta Lee Sullivan care
TIll through the twelfth! gradeswill the Red Crews 1911 Fund Campaign Defense. Share the
C Nation's feeling
Mill, N C have a viul rote in the
take certificated courses.To .. this vital of W A. Odom, Hope II ,
tMSUSINaiLTdrews will help keep for Freedom! The need i nowl
*
blood operating at Wm. A. McCall. Barracks 1, of really doing your part
peak efficiency program throughout the USX: Quarter. K. Columbus Pike, Qfgau I See your nearest WAC-WAF recruiter and learn'about the

Relieve coming ;year. Arlington 8, Va. I Interesting and profitable career opportunities awaiting you!
I
Mrs J K. Edwards. change: from
Motor Co. \- He.* the NEW REMINGTONPortsvhln Brooksvtlle, Ohio to Pun'a Coriia. ; tee' NOMOTiIERUIEIT( U.S. ARMY AND U.S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING STATION

'p TypwrltT at Bradford I Florida. ?END R.TASTY POST OFFICE BUILDING .. STARKE
: 666 County Telegraph All the advantage Mrs. John O. ChlJdress. 813: N.
lUKC or : standard machine lacontvnlrnt ] W 33rd Place, Rt, 3, Gainesville EVERY WEDNESDAY AND TJlURSD.MAR2 .\Y
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GRAB THESE NOW! What llargaln! Ladles'
POPULAR"CAR UN": OUT THEY 00

PEN 3-PIECE SETS STRETCH BRACELETS $2.88

LADIES! GRAB;
F Fen Aiitoinailo 1'.n'II.
Hall Point Pen! Gift (:Hmr on the Hun for Th..1LAROE THESE NOW t
t IloxeilALT. n C.KOUP OF LOVELY OUT THEY GOSCATTER

+ TIIKKK. PINS 39cAll Gold PlatedOR .
FOR "' d Colon!
STERLING
lieduteil* Exq..lte OUT THEY: GO

Costume Jewelry Pins 99c ANKLETSYour

Choice. N..w88e
.
New I Dependable A Hide Assortment" of the Newest Styles

t PISTOl. A.NO.TIIE11 BARGAIN SCOOP! OUT TIIKY GO "' -::. : : ,' : ,'" "

.LIGHTERS OUTTIIKY Costume Jewelry Sets$3.69 ENTIRE STOCK Sacrificed For IMMEDIATE CI OSE-OUi
,, I 88c Doxen"' To Choose From! Gilt Iloxed. .,
+ MEN: I GRAB THESE! IOOU.FLASIIED \\I", ', .- .1
t GO "
ay 1 I HARLEY F. STRONG GAVE THE ORDERS! CLEAR the shelves! C

1 ,," the Stockrooms! Clear out Everything! 'Yes Strip the Store to the Bare]
,: "D'r, ;: _,if11. KEY CHAINSSnake if necessary! I WANT ACTION! REDUCE MY Inventory Ever '
J"n.. 1' .i
I, ,'<:: ;" :" Co ; SUFFER A LOSS. .'FOGET PROFITS and give the People Starke

j GENUINE LEATHER or Unk StylrsOUT Bargains I know they'll respond to an Honest, Legitimate Sale !!'! .

3-WAY ZIPPER THEY GO 88cHURRY STORE OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENC

WALLETSISENSATIO.NAL

VALUES OF I OUR I ENTIRE I I I l
T OUT69c
FOIl THESE
J it N

METAL FLASHED I.. It's A Bitter Pill To Swallow
DEI Cigarette but here's the toIt Io|

$ nearly breaks my heart to see my huge stock of Fine Diamonds,Wat
'' f ; Special Group of
SMARTLY: STYLED CASESOUT i( elry, Silver and other Top Quality Merchandise' GO ON SALE at the|
usly low Prices you see advertised on these TWO PAGES! But
EARRINGS TIIKY GO $1 1.29 ..PLUS STOCK MUST BE SOLD in the shortest possible time!
III'INDHKDS! TO CHOOSE
i HIOM: In addition to My Huge Surplus Stock, I was able to purchase from
lt'' S' OUT America's Leading Manufacturers, a wide assortment wanted item)
hi n" Till GO;Y 39cGRAND mmD priced at in many instances, BELOW wholesale cost !
$} Ntn
; TERRIFIC VALUES SO THERE YOU ARE, FOLKS! Look at what. you have to choose)
My own regular Surplus Stock and Specially Selected Items from
t Two StrandPEARLS Leading Manufacturers ALL GOING AT PRICES that defy comp
t FOR SIFTS! At prices that will make BARGAIN HISTORY in this community! Co

1f"A FAMOUS "iVANS"Automatic: RUN It's a Saving Opportunity seldom seen in a lifetime It's a B/
t J'ocketLIGHTERS "-...- PARTY YOU WILL NEVER FORGET!
'# With Brilliant Rhinestone
nl q i ('la.is: '
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? THKY OUT $2 29 OUT I \
GO THEY 89c '
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J/q z GRAND FOR GIFTS Sorry! We Cannot Men- S
FOP .,V;C, s t Famous MakeAUTOMATIC tion their Maker's Name /
, MEN! GRAB THESE ,, Guaranteed Accurateand
:-o Dependable!
PUSH BUTTONKNIVES a'a MEN'S WORK
H SLICE POP-UP
.: 1T POCKETWATCHES .
FINEST STEEL IIL.ADE8 TOASTERS
D DFOR
OUT! a Terrific Values! Yours \ Any
THKYGO: SSc .
i ONLY GRAD YOURS NOW t and Ask For 7

; T) y'b 4'j DRASTICALLY REDUCED | $8.88 $1.88 .0 I/ During Thls

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v v-ri- |i| Every Home Needs These Out They Go I SENSATIONAL GIFT ITEMS Out 1
4 I GIFTS FOR BABY I g \ fifffff'/m

"s 3PIECEBABY I SAVE MORE THAN HALF! Regular (37.50 Value!Ot'T THEY GO 5-Piece Knife Sets, $2.88 26-Piece Silver Sets $$14

.
! SETS Men's Handsome Wrist Watches 14.88
\ Assorted Sizes, Finest Steel Blades! Remarkable Values at this Sale pri
I V With Stalnl.SI..I Bach! (iuarantee Arcureretti !
% Knife Fork and !Spun!
S Kfffular 997JIO{ Valued! Ladlm'174ewrl Save '40.00! Men's Regular r/
4 Solid Gold $04.73 Value! Rhinestone Dial
+! $1.88 : WRIST WATCHES WRIST WATCHES
14 K. floll.l' Gold Caws HighIXMixMl I 17 Jewels!, A"K..rte
,
,4 rrvAt-al. Silk Cords. Dial.,. Gold.. Flllml Expansion
= + 9 'r OUT TIIKY: GO Ilan l.. OUT THEY G<\
"r f $22.00
$24.75
Grand for Inexpensive Gifts! Out They Go
' IIUIRYSTONESET'i' ,. REGULAR!$!I1I.1I!) ".\LtI>SI! UuHfn- 11".1 OUT THEY GO HARLE
e '4 Salt &.Pepper Sets 88c
.l e
.
"CARMEN": : 2-Diamond Wrist Watches $27.00 .
..._ _"Sharply Kililc In_this Ama/inir Sale_!
a BRACELETSVOUT ) I4K. Solid il.l( IbM-k 'ry"tal. Silk COM
; Senitatlonal BARGAINS! Hurry Out They: Go
r Regular $71.50 Value. Men's Regular 939.73 Values. _. '
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.t THKY 17-Jo-wrI Lonely Pinking Shears $2.88
GO $2.88 a WRIST WATCHES I LAPEL WATCHES

.. I. Rhinestone&. .Dials..- ...Bevel. Expansion" Rock | Aworted Style. Set With"buT Com on the RUN for THESE!
I Brilliant Khlneatones.' Out They Go
These Out
i Bands: : TItY!' GO JAM Your Way In tot They
Go RHINESTONE: :

a $27.00 $14.88 JE
\' t ;,Sa Set Crosses 99c
1 REGULAR >87Jl VALUES! Ladles' 17Jewel OUT THEY GO
VALUES TO $10.00FANCY I _Senattonally Prieeil_for QUICK_Close OutSave
Rhinestone Case Wrist Watches $29! Plenty Now on these Out They. Go

WALLETSASSORTI R.4. I Set With Fancy ftaguetle Stone. Roilc Cryntali, Silk Cords! J Handy Nail file Sets 88c

: LEATHERSOUT W "Remarkable Value at this. Sale' Price! 137 WEST CALL

THKY $2.88 \IIIXJET Extra Special Qnt They; Go

GO NowIstheTimteio Bu 1 Hunting Knives 49c

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( I i ia.t1F. I'LKNTV: Rrfrular' 'O.M.I......-! WHAT BEAUTIES I
t lidlra' Sollil Gold THEY GO
1 c\ i"RINGf 3 STRAND
-
THAT YOU HAVE BEEN READING s $4.88 Terrific Bargains PEARLS

\\OWi' Look! Regular 9IS.95/ Value Regular "U,71I.'n'lI: With Itrllllant RhiiieMtone d
: ,Men's Heavy Solid G..l _ ABOUT FOR TWO WEEKS 2-DIAMOND OUT
I BIRTHSTONE RINGS $6.88
TIGER EYE THEY GO $1.88'I

Cfa BARLEY F. STRONG'S t\\ II.\..... .
A SA\K:: MOUE THAN ONE RINGS
F -I. I Ladle*' Regular IIIU.9.III..*! OUT THEY (l() -
1-CARAT ZIRCON RINGS $6.88RKGULAR In Hiindnome Solid GoldMUUNTINGS '
BIGGEST AND BEST : !
511I.9VI.I'H l : : Men' OUT THKV: GO !
f! ONYX INITIAL RINGS $8.88 01'$9.88 CLOSE-OUT!
,In MASSIVE !SOLID GOI.I MOUNTING!
Special Croup Of
1 Com..on I he ICnil for'1'hp.i' Regular !'|tl 11.11.hi.' .'''! OUT'" TIIKV; GOI

LI Ladies' 2-Diamond Birthstone Rings $5.88Loely Opera Hurry For Glasses Your !

Yraflon. In Exquisite Solid Gold Mounting, I OUVTHKV
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A I MINI:: GKAU TIIKSK:: KlUiDLAR!: *III.",) \ALIKS':: OUT 'I1IKV:: GOMen's GO .
. \ I KEGULAR $9.95
2-Diamond Birthstone Rings $8.88In

Boy's Solid Gold In Heavy Holld Gold Mounting! SAK: PLENTY NOW! 1

:: ; $37.50: VALUKM: ) LADIKS'>> ; un KLY: OUT" THKY tit | mrfc ''iiarii'-ir'i1'-1:

I\\_ SIGNET RINGS 2-Diamond Onyx Initial Rings $11.8B MEN! CRAP THESE

OUT YELLOW GOLD
TII Far $488 In HandtM>iiM> Solid Gold. Mounting! SACRIFICED!

]JKigLJiiU $ 0 0 ""t'.vv' Reg. $20.00: Val.! Men's Hea\y Mmintril. WATCHAttachments
L!1111 i'liLIJ' 1 1T! 1-CARAT ZIRCON RINGSd $10.88 i

REGULAR H30.50 VALUES! MEN: HANDSOME OUT THKV GO Tin OUT:,' $1 29
/ 2-DIAMOND ONYX INITIAL RINGS $13.88 KECULAK $19.95VALUE GOHUltltY .
In ManHlve. Man-Sim Solid Gold.' Mounting.*! :! 1II'N'HTHam :
( EYffRINGS
HURRY" FOR THESE RKGULAR 1II1.! O V.XLI ES' OUT THEY: GO I
I BOYS' AND GIRLS' ONYX INITIAL RINGS $7.88
Terrific BArRulini! Hurry for Yours! OUT THKV GO In U."I-IonklnlC Nollil Gold. Mounting' 'IN SOLID GOLD!
FOR THESE
FRIENDSHIP RINGS 88c REGULAR $17.80 VALUES! LDIESGOUGKO.UM OUT THKV: :O OUTTllllV
4-DIAMOND BIRTHSTONE RINGS :MEN'S HANDSOME
1 $7.88 :
In Tray! Priced for Clow-Out' GO
Attractive !Solid Gold :Mounting!
..- CUFF LINKS

I Regular $12.30 Value, LOOK! Amorte.1 1 t F SETS
steed Lailles'. and l Men's: Solid Gold l J"SNU OUTTHKV
Accurate
99c
Wedding Bands Earring Sets W)

Your ('h..u. Onrj I"ardeil.. _Out They Go '
Dependable
$3.88 $1.88

Clocksing
Men! Come on the Run for These! O.IIT TIIEV GO
WOW I LOOK 1 !
IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS 88c DRASTICALLY
GENUINE: LEATHER;
i Bargains : Heavy Qualify

.. Watch StrapsOUT

8M-| <'lal Group of Ijullm. Ladles, !Orah These
!9c I LotrlyEARRINGS 12CHIRMBRACELETS: THKVGO' 19c 4

LICK TO EACH CUSTOMER < V! n \ j
Wit h or Without StonesOUT Iau11fi' and Men' VKI.MMVOI.il MOUNTr.D OUT TIIEV GO
ONE SOLD TO DEALERS I lts THiV: GO OUT THEY (.(\ g Ta

99c 88c ', ;1 14 Caret Genuine Diamond Ring $59
\\rittn it it rani1lth Kvrrv I'nrrliUH* VALUES! : TO $3.00 !

Labile ,'f J Regular '..III.JO.alll./ ....! Regular 11I110,00.alll.! ..*! Special Group Of
.. Attractively: Designed OUT THKV GO / 1-IJla".n" 0IIwnondWedding
LOCKETS AND CHAINS Bands BRIDAL DUETS COMPACTSOUT
Men's Yellow or WhiteStre.tch $1.88 "
IVrfeot Full-Cut IHajiion.N. In s-U..I. | F.iiKaeinrii Itltix! .
001<1-1-111"11! Sharply Reduced y .
n.* Solid Gold Mounting s.u..1.1.1111.* Itttnil! THKVGO: 88cmm
-- \ $29.00 All Thai f,..- $29.00

onases HURRY/ MEN'S TERRIFIC \IUi\I.VS:' J II J /' 'h V f 1..,\I>IKS' and) MKN'S VKM-OW: (jU'." MOl'NTKI' : OUT THKY (H) ,

Watch Bands YELLOW Watch GOLD WESTERN: ZipperATTACHMENTS STYLE ) 1-2 Carat Genuine Diamond Ring $99 : J I

OUT TII.Y 00 .
vans"y Arltten fluarantrw With lvrv: I'lirehawet! "i W >L te. *'i-' A-'*--'

Go WALLETS 1+E Regular $12JOO'aluM/ .... Regular' $71}. Value*. Sweetheart
YOURS FOR ONLY OUT THKY GO I Gorgeou 7- Diamond. BRIDAL TRIOSCLUSTER SPECIAL CROUPExtra
6ge ff f 'h S-Ula..nll.1 ":"ltalC"ntUnit\ Fine Grade
$1.29 88cSPECIALS .JI..I :IUlam..n,1.10110'1( nand!
I __ 'H ( JI They Look Like a Full : Fully finartlllt.'rld. Wsti'h! \ Ball Point Pens
'. ..... ."_ -__. .. y $59.00 BOTH FOR $33.00
()UTTHKV
1.\lJlES' and MEN'14 Y.I.UW: (fiu\\ MUL'NTI'n': UII'r TIIIY!: 00 : 29c

r 3-4 Carat Genuine l Diamond Ring $159I GO1IUKHY

Utwrsntre With Fvrry: I'urchasr!
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MEN! RUSH IN FOR THESE Out They Go "
RONGR 1 I .. LADIES !
2-Blade Pocket Knife -- -
69c rfs f"y irtin I- i % '
Expansion:: WatchAttachments
I 41 Save as You Never Saved Before
SENSATIONAL': BARGAINS! Out Go .
They '- '- .
".ICUlai..I..OU\ahl..IiA4It.,: ;;n' Uorxwru."" Ol T IIIKI: GO

Solid Gold Baby Rings 39cAll 16-Diamond Wedding Band $59.00Perfectly TIIEVGO OUT!: 1.88

alms to Choose From In the Group!
Matrhe.1.. Full Cut Hlun.oII't. All Around In Solid Gobi!
Hurry For Then Value,*! Out They Go r. Terrific Ilarxaln! Regular. $79.50 VaJue! LADIKS:"" ELEGANT BOTH FOR ONLY10Diamond ItEGULAIt $:ii! ..50LADIES'
CIIILREN'SPIECE\ Ladles'. and Men'. Yellow .- LOVELY;

Fork and'Spoon Sets 99cMEN ONE-CARAT Gold. Mount! I 1 Combinations $39.00 DIAMONDSOLITAIRE

Genuine .. S-DI mond Enc;..ement King! ft-DUtmond Weddlnj Band!
BRIDAL SETS
HURRY FOR THESE Out They Go DIAMOND 'j -
ATTRACTIVE GOLD FLASHED : Trnrinc Bar .lnll! Renter $S9JO Values!adlrn> OUT THKV GO I-arge Him Full Cut Gift Combinations I t

'Waldemar' Knives 99c I' RINGSYOUR CHOICE AT 3-Diamond Dinner Rings $14.89 Diamond gravr.I to Wedding Ring Match. and Hand En' Child's ExpansionBRACELETS

STARKE;:, FLA. $189! .rlfly Matrhnt Genuine Diamond !Set In Kolld l Gold..! Both for ONLY

PUBLIC NOTICE! We are Regular't 9U Values l't.n'lI.nd. OUT TIIJJV (m) $19.88 With Lot kef,* and Chain
Guaranty
Positively NOT Going Out ,With.Every PurehaKr. Diamond-Set Masonic Rings $19.0 ALL Fob
88
of Business ..._.....a..a..a..: ONLY $3.
Heavy Solid Gold Mounting!



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'11 BRADFORD COUNTY TELF.GR.\Plf. STARKE. FLQ.R10 ......\

: PAGE TWELF _ _ _ .
Kuiilce Huth Robinson whose lant I Wolf.""

-., ,,4' --= ,ii, iv 1 b" 'xainlmd. b) intimated par- T-l<.a raph -hxM i ,luMlxh,,, this Oid<.r Ii: 1331 I a* l Is PT.vlde I 'hall publish Avenue iDofitti
t ,11,..* In neat' r."r, ss <'k J K l I."uiWltne '. 1HJ 1\ Flirlda Statute" 1941.amended. ,> "l.gi '.ph \ cVaVelrna-M. tXSZ'otMaln.lff. V. lteiurrsde
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l Iseush.wineauu .
neal 'm t. xt f"tir weekly .. .. of Canada:
hrtinl and official i c .
in> .
t I'll- t hft official' .0.1"I Ralph
rIitt nnled
I, n" < >.tn|> hy a 10) hand and Case No. $ ,, required, to appear 0" tInier (u ,
at Stnrkf, lo"J"lda, this F.bru..rnd. \ You are "
i AIII.u."n. rlalmirg rights o i
"!i i''IH 'h'k or hid t hondo 'In an I any :$;,ak'. Florida. this February And Police '1'" IHSI. In the above nam.,1Cou.t Apppsr n Oh..
Of Publlrnll March Slot ;
hltSlOi'FICl.l.! interest In to Raid Order O
i 'Mint not I ice. than five percent or property oc soy Doro" ,
1"1. 11.
wherein
110"| .' SE M I.> A J Thonia part thereof are hereby required T 1 12th Appear (.TAIK OP "' .on.lI01 and cause plaintiff
i "f the bid SEAt) ..t.. Z. Thomas" r..ld.I, "
'I Ii h,,. ,*'in.<.....ful bidder ahall) give a AH ( .I'.rk uf Maid CouitBy iippiir and to make ulalm withinthirty iFF1CIAfu AI Clerk ot seid Court Italph C. Carter, Ji., whose rcsiuleflthiii seeks. dlvorne, Bradford County AV"nll'y.
SECRETSof 'I "mrn I t "iir.My bond fur 100% of Ifavt-ii I'M, ."l b)'. Deputy Clerk' : ((30): PUblr..llun the date 'f Hy Haven Croaby Deputy Clerk Unknown: Telearniihball n"t': w.ekly: nubllnh': thIs.. OrderIn .... ,
] laaue.nv
IIdflu.' Hay fcM.n 8,:Idt-n liulldlii.Utty- the first or posting "r K: Skipper SJI flranem You are required. to appear unManhJDth. four M.r..h. !1'
city r..r...." the rIght to .". tona Ba<,h,: 1'ir\ :Ida.Attire. : this notice aa provided by fitoctl,,:) Joseph nulldlnaJnckaonvllle. Florida. I 1'isi:' I In tho ahnv naimdCr.url Witness mv hand "n,1 olll..lal opal Court '
I the nr reject any or all bid. and for Plf 11* H S:tIn 6flt 19. Florida' Statute last. asamemied for Pit. tl18 4t SIn and .."u.... wherein plulnllffaeeka at .tn.k... Flo'hl", this February' Seeks .n di;
1'0 waive all technicalities, to the State kwv.rage rpartment >< Attya divorce < nre, ,'".,odY and rlt- 191b. 19111.tOFFII'JAL. Te'r, ,
any or In .
CIIKFS .iicllnv, the contract Irrult f....... Wradford of Florida. TallahaaiH.". Circuit ,...." Hradford County, .. child Uradford County SF-\LI A. Z. Thomas. III ni's'Vl ..
GREAT Board cif Bond Truat,**. rlorlflal. !.. ( e...i-rr>. KlorMi. or all much rights and In '.. >'. THei-raph .hal! publish thl OrderIn As Clerk ot said ('n..t
c.un''j trat In and to said hAil t5"r"re" .. .. iHatienWlineaa ,. P.pul Clerk Inrill.
City of Mtarke Florida Robert C. MacHralr property rll-waVd I), PlalnUtt. next four "' ekly Haven Cn by. .
I Cottar Sofa, a Man'' Dithf Hlvned. n P. h mor tChslrman .'...nl. MarUralr. l>ofen H
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No. S24I I wl" M Rchott, Director' "Sdil'Iteverna Case N... 1155 k.'trida' \this FelirimrN'
Featured At New }'or"', I tn it ::12 0,'... 01 Pobllralloai And .....tI... 'Pe e Ueparttnent, of Flori.la Order of Pnhllfatlon tad N"tlce, 'I'.. 20. 115I Starke! Fill M.k P Fiitrh--Lake B yr-IPJ"1-1. (OP'FIeltiStYli,
'pp.., l\lr: US" ELOUIIJt TotTinnle 216, 8t 3115 ...n.\ Tel for rif 6
HlJe-a-iray I \pp..r "I '1K 0' Fl SEAL) A. J. Thomas Atiy
MatUralr who.. reeldenc .Is anduddrcNe IOKKHMABy It
In rtreuK Court llradfurd ( uuNtr.rlnrldt Sorrcll. whose residence Clerk if said Cult
T It there Is a little "Caesar" In lu t tenuirerr.Mnriin I'rikmiu : In ('ire.lt < ....rt. Bradferd. Ci>nnlT, ,Mary IH Unknown: A.Cronby. lieputy ClerkJ I I* Circuit Court, llrndford 'oaaIT. T. Frank t.Ally. ..
Haven
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J. ('. ..lIa.; Plaintiff. vit Annai You. nrit required to ppear on lifrldMi. Ir C: fcaeieerr I to on Jlrar.h Exuhiung'. Bill*,. Florida In ('.fcanrery.fljKE. .. for
appear Dllr."nc.-r.v
and most certainly required
..
I your family i I ,'I1ll.. Defendant ('".. No KiK I ''ar"h 12ih IH6I. In th* above named Frank Morea. Plaintiff Marie L. I: You are C.
there Is. Caesar Salad' will bit the < rder ef lkwhll.nllf. Cad! 'Vt.fllre. To I l',urL and IHUH*. wherein plaintiff Morea Defendant. Case No. 52S4: l lOrder 19th. 19G1. /la the above plaintiff named' Courtand seeks. Jackaonvllla Fla 213 .
pot with him. This new dish It Appear *'I"tTIJ op Flotllllt Toi H.*-ka dlvorro. Bradford County ot Pehlie.tie' ,. And IV.itlre Totpp.ar ...I cau Uradford e wherein County Telegraph I Ally for Pit
r IK OF FI.Ottutst 'I' divorce
,
Ar.n '"n ala, wtinae reald.'nee nnd shall
drawing' raves _ _ I Telegraph puolirii thIs OrderIn Marl L. !Morea. whose raaldeme. hall publish thla Order In neat IfOUr'w.rkly .. ,
J la VareM" Veliki" No n*'xt four weekly issues, .. Circuit ('.... .f. Hradford County
from the men In : .dr"I : ; I addrea la Unknown isaues.Witness
and : .
I no Pi Ja. Yuo.nvlA; | Witness my band and official/ seal band and official posh Klorldal. In lhencrI.9faril'l SERVICE
$ New YorkandI. Y"u are' rciinlieii, appear, on March HI a rite, Flurldii, this February You are required to appear on March ..my lo'l"rld. this February Alllaton noblnaon Plaintiff, \\ STfl
one of the !9fh, .1"5t. In. the above named Court. I 9r.1 lllh, 1951, In the above named Court .t Stark.. Eunice Ruth Itotlnmin. I'efe'J'Jr
1411. '1951.OFFICIM. va.
easiest and mod aid. <,iuae wherein plaintiff' aeekadl I.t SEAL) A. J Thomas. and okuae, wherln plaintiff *aekdtvorr I ( fltAI.!: ) A. J. Thomas.As ant. Case No PHONE 189
or i' nradford County Telenraph.hall Clerk o' said Cour *, custody and control of Ciork of said Court Of PnbllrHtloH 'n.l >slice Totppeur
fun to main Order
thin Order In four. I Hawn. : Minor Children bv ndother :
puhllKh next defendant I
Icy Tot
Clerk ,. F'.tllnn
'rA'I'N..F
and I. really a w. ,.kH (lseiie. Hay lden-0i-lden. Cruiby Peput Clerk. relief Bradford County Tel I.- ny Haven Croaby.Stark DeputY. FloridaAttys State Roads 100 & 200
: lanffrum.
"m.n.' dish". \V :tn'K m\ heed!1 and nfflcla: fteal! i tonn. :Heach Florida, tr. Day graph shall publlah this Order innest ''T. Frank, 2U! 4t Sila ,
i I for Plf Arising-from STARKE FLORIDA
He'll enthuse "Z1 lit Stark. Florida, this I J"et.ruar) Att>a. for Pit. lit U al2 tour weekly laaue*. Symptoms of Distress
,
11th ur.1. I Wltnea* mr hand and official uril ('.
about It winters Circuit Court llradford .nnrr.
,
8Kf J ULCERSDUE
well as summer (OFFICIAL A* Cleric) A of .. Tbom"1 In Circuit Court' llradford, t'uaty. nt Mth Stark 1'51.Of"FICIAL. Florida thin February l'I..rids., '" 11"".',,.. STOMACH OPEN 6 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.
rlorliloi In ( hMncerr T":etnA Allrnllo W..lv. Plaintiff v.
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, TtTfoven 1J
Crosby Dorothy J. PlaintIff ( PEAL) A. J. ThnninA EXCESS ACID
Unlly vs Joa Hud.plph. Woody. Luefenulant.Case
1 WLth Ingredients 4 T Frank,, Landrilm, Btarke.' FloridaAt '* I l lnh, 1., Dully Clerk of saId Cnui'Py Nt>. '825. .
fr Plf 3'1S 31 Uor.ndant.CII.
i PlflCeiI v 41 j jIn I .* No 825 Haven Croabr. Deputy'CI M k Order of Puhlleatlnn> Police 1Appear '> QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
Order Ol I'uhllall *nl Notice 'ro T Frank andrum, Clarke. >l4Attys 111' tE' OK fl.OllinV lei .
on ft tray or cart Circuit; : 1.rirndf.rd 4 ( ounrlrlnrlilnl !I %ppenr Ml till! Of l'i.lllll. t 'I',.. for Plf 2118 It ftuilolphVnody. V hoa rOMldence. litCikn.wn Let us SIL-I-KLEEN
In [ _
kaarrrr.
and brought to _ 4 4l 1 J..h r,. I'HilI"", whoa relileno : I II .I your car
table be M l ,r.1.l K'.vnc Plulntlfr, v.' nucar nnd ndilre I I.: 14 "tV. Huland In ("( ,...It Conrf. Ilmifford Marrh11th : Silicone '
the to : ,, Defendant; ; Kottd C0unt7I'! Yon ore required' to appear on by the new process The \
K Cane :Xo 82rn I I i n
vn rlorlilal IN ChiiHierr.viralnla of Urn WiiXAaDTaaATicaNT
Chuatt-r tour
sal Pennavlvanla: 151 In the above named Court Over mlllloa bottles "
I_ mixed. your _-__ ...::. Order. of Publication tnil %..lire'''1..1.. You are reoulrerl to appear on ; Ruth Webb Plaintiff, v' .I...d caui", wherein plaintiff .....1..1 have boon sold for relief of way to lasting: car beauty $7,50
ad will cause as tppear. a "o"'I.j] OK KIOHIIIt l l M"r"h IXIh 1961 In the above named Homer D. Webb, Oefendanr. ,ll\i.rr. Bradford County Teleirranhhull symptom*of cllrtreai arldnit' from Stomach.
mucb conversa. osnny, Itad.lla ()> nr Ki.vac: whoee realdence ..and Court and cause, wherein' plalntlfeeek Case No l4Order .,..bIIAI. thIs Order In next four and Duodenal Ule.... due. to Cieeei: Acid- 0 WATERPROOF Corrosion !
,,4lrv. l It cure of (rttiirk (ll" |l"li.ll. I ef PuMleatlnn And Netle 1tliprar >
lion It does atDan"y' dlvorie Bradford Count Peer Dlseitlen. Ceur or UpMt ktotiuch
as ; l le.ue.
I i weekly
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I I I "i i llaititt Straaae < II, Telearaph' ; hall publleh I 'this I HTtTK OP. KI.OIIIKA Toil official seal __ .....
Hld aWay In New York. ,, ; : Ord.rWltn. Witness my hand and II. Heartburn, leepleuneet. Pure Tires Tubes I
MilMhiiia. AuatrlaYou In next four weekly; Homer n Webb. whoa" residence Batteries
Wounded Salerno In World March fHHue : 1.1 fat rtinrko, Florida' this I FebruarylOFFICIXt. I due to been Acid.. Ask for "Wlllard'eMeiufe" ,
at reriulred t
are appear on ... my hnnd' and official seal Unknown: this remarkable *
1151. which explouu
War II, Danny Stradella stalled lbHde.a.Way 19th mil, In 'the above nnmed Court aeekadlvorc. I at Htarke. Florida., this February. You are required to appear on Marh, ,i it9th 11tb.' SEAL' ) A..I. Thomal. bums treatment fully-f<_' And Accessories
with only six table and 'slIce... | wherein'of plaintiff 7th tiMOFFICIAL, 1* 5t. In the above named Couriand As Clerk of said CourtBy -
: custody minor chI IdIIrn.ir.rl ( SnAI.) A. J. Thomas cause, wherein plaintiff ae.k Haven Deputv Clerit I I
Now he has six rooms and (' .u ..r ahalt.publlah Crosby KOCH DRUG STORE --
Aa Clark of .
aald .
t''I.rTj Courllv divorce, ear cuatoulyan.5 21114t:
t
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seals two hundred and twenty at this ()' In next four I Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk -!. .-
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luncheon and et dinners Ills charm 'w 'kl. Iseujes.Witness T Frank I.an.lrum, HtarkB Klorldn'
gentleness of manner. and the fact : my hand, and official seal' Attya for Plf, i;I9 it 51,
at Hturke, Florliln, this FebruaryOFFlCIAli ,
/
that lie la a hard Hoiking. host who Ifi'h. 19AI. S
0'1'1
doesnt think It beneath his dignityto : ( RBAL: ) A J. Thomas, TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN \ / .
clear oft-a table or pinch hit In I Aa Clerk of said Court.Ily I /NuLl.iuu: hereby alv: *n to all claimant -: 1 i .4' / "r '
Haven ( Cl 'rkT / ,;
Crosby "
the kitchen during runh hou.. .. has Deputy and creditor of the estate ot ... .
.
Frank f.andrum fttarke FlnrldnAttya J Conatance' Newaome that unless N .,..'* ..... 't.
you
mado him In hi. 1
a great success for Pit. 21| < 4t 319lln file voiir "I'liilma. dulY with .
II ___ sworn to. ..... "' .
new, business. R. K. ; ,
4. flrml* Court, Ilradfovil ConrKr.rl. Bradford ferryman. County Juda. (,; 4
I County, Florida within
CAESAR SALADIo ",IIai In f .hmtrrr.I'niilln elrht. calendar montha from the flra.publication ,
( 2' hampton Plaintiff "..
of Ibis nntlc ..
'James I*. !>*.f* ndHnt your claim ... .
Hampton .
[ .
will bo barred ...
by the
TI'lO"(1r/ ( F>rnch DrnnnpItnrtill. Can No 8 2 57 Rtatutea ot I

tilt better( H, it. So make it I 0."... .f P.hih-aiIn.s. Ant NotO* T*> (February Limitation: :' '1151.Thla': the nth. day ot ... ':!.
ahead of tlair' -ltial tray it fan be '''P''etr !** in f'K Kl. IIIB Tot Hewitt C. Jon*i, Admlnlatrato -

' Chilled and the' (pnrttc/ irlll" ) halt a James ,n. .hampton, whniitt, rjnldnicvanil 2:11: 4t arTO : -..,
adIr.pu.i I* nknnwni .......
-
chance to flavor if thoroughly. I You ar. M'-'red' to appear on :MArrh10th. WHOM ir WAY/ ('O%CF.R". --
French Dressing far 2 1951. in the nUqv .m.t Court, TAKK NOTIflO THAT A IMS Mercurv --
unit .'f'MUHr wherein plaintiff, unvtkadlvortc .
Club Coupe
fleet well with iiI fork Engine Number
TI.netl..d mont
Telegraph 899A-J 5WI 5R with an appralaed' .
4 2 Tablespoon TnldeMpnon WIn.'In.lfn Ollxe Oil I.sill I piihllnh, Jhl. Order In next tour r>f less than It 01)0) wan aelxad' value I In
wi-fkly I l isa.ie
4 4; >t Teaspoon prv Emclinh Mustard' Wltn..nn rnv hand and Official seal, Bradford County on January 12. 105
for violation of ,
Jl Unit and Pepper, lo Xcnton Chapter 683. Florid
1 peeled, i lle been flavored ) ChllUBeat ltr.lcoI"FICIAr. RKAIA. J Thomaa.AH It la the Intention. of Lewis' M "Hchott Q1J
( or bhiik well before uxlnc > Clerk of Maid rourt Director of the State Fleveraare Department -
of
"Florida to retain ealdproperty
Rv Tlnvn Troiibv Teputv Clerk
for
uce by the AIde
.l Fry In a little oil and v u.ar T Frank r..ndrum. Stark. FloridaAttya age Deportment nf Florida"' on Ttever March
until blown, : for Plf. IllS[ 4t 39Im |

1 Silts Finely Diced Dread Clrf.il curt, 11..01'... Conntr.Marl .
Fieridal' IN f:'han"er. ,. .
Put In naiad bowlCrl : .. .
(Oladr iinrona, Plaintiff, vattumu
.n and Cold. Mtxed Oreens-rtomafnalertuce ..I l K. tiarone. Defendant
eiicnrolr. endive etc. even ('Rae No. IUO
> red cnbhftR for color. Order Of P..hllr.llo. And Notlr. ToCpp.ee
i Hmnll Can AnchOvle.ehfllflie.tI
I i Tnbleiipooni U.I.d ,'.........,cheese. "'r'"ln' OK- ""' .ltlllll' lotBaniuel ,
,% III. f... ,...., H I'fl .' .4MM.J> 1']. Haron,, who. residence
1 To".Ioun.I..d and addrepii la ""5 Claaaon Avenue

.1t : 'I'.d Kirml, (Cr<>iitona> Brooklyn, New York. :
1 C'lil.llrd Kn -(boiled I minute) You are required to appear onMar..h
J'unr French Dressing on Satatand 12lb 10&I In the above named
Court and caua, wherein plaintiff the letters start. Then
toss "And' says Dimny "on seeks divorce, restoration. of maiden many readers of THE CHRIS. .
of the secrets of Cni>*nr Snlad Is thn name and l other relief rtradfordCounty TIAN
SCIENCE
4 4 use of garlic In tossing K you tub I Telegraph shall pulillnh I this MONITOR
( Order In next four : tell the Editor how mnch 0
; .1 two small pleceo ol bread! with Bar1U ; weekly luauen. they
1 and. stick thorn on the lines of : Itnean niv hand and official seal enjoy this dell world.wld. ,
at Rtarke, Florida this February .
: your paled I faik, the flavor with (tothtoiiRh 7th miOFFICIAL. newspaper, with such co...
; the salad evenly when }'cmIP's ( SEAT.': ) A. J Thomas menu sst
It." A. 10rk of said Court "Tht Monitor .U tin matt
Hv HIIVOM Crosby, Hcputy Clork
Serve al once. T. Frank liindrum Htarke, Florid core/u/ty ei iJ newc

; C JCJ s,nja,. I 10 tin 41 if V. r C. Atty.. for Plf. l9[ 4t 3J| paper in ,,,. V. S. ."

'a Circuit. <(......, llradforil (.i...mr "",,'uo"'*" ,it in l.oc/U/
Inrlilni. In < .haiirerr.Alfre.l faq .
G-l- Cnnrli-loro. Plaintiff, An- "Aeuii that .it complelt '
va.

V.A'i i't Kf-lena Canduloro defendant r-nxe N>>. WHO "tin The., lair Monitor. .*. Gate/i/h a barrel! of fun

r The Ix-arn-to-Swim program i i Order. Of 1'ublli-atlnn. And lollrr 'lonneor ( ".Iy isrender's a"

g of the Red! Crow. has IncrnaaeJ / 5'ulp4 iilsloru: 5)5., Whose KIOIHIIt ald-nr lot, neeeiaty .

Steadily In popularity, not only ."n No 7n:1CII N.vailn: Avenue'; : Must< You Inn. will And the Monitor

..Hh the KefinMburvh. New Jersey Informative, with complete
youngsters but with j You are required to appear on world news. inrl ss ne'.,.. "
; 4 Adults a* well. And aquatic Mnn-h 11th lIlt! In the above nnmed. ssry as HOME

&i for the disabled and physically Necks Court. and divorce cajiae. ,TtmHford wherein plaintiff Ctnintv, j paper. your TOWN in 'thJn-FbIk8I! .

.4)LF) handicapped has proved en ad. UM this ronpnn for -Special (

ditional boon. Last year Red Introductory euhirrintlon S

:vfl Cross Water Safety Service lalueJ Better Cough Relief I MONTHS: OR ONLY |J.

a record number of 728- I

".07 ccrtlfleutea for training When new drugs or old fall to stop 1} --:;""" ,- .
your cough or chest cold don't dalar. ------ .... 4'
442 couraea completed. Help teach Orsomutsloa contains # 4 d
only sat., help
The CkrlriUe SIo_ M.. .. 1
more American youngsters to ful proven Ingredients and no narcotics 0_. h.r>.r su a_ IC. M_, U.I. A. A welcome as warm as the Florida sun awaits at .. -

rwlm by supporting the 1091 to disturb nature's process.: It P,_.. sest ... Ce ..1.04......, you every ft l
sshcflp. ,
lies he The fh.: ..,... ..... Gulf dealer's in this wonderful
Red Cross Fund Campalan.NO'l'U' goes right to the teat of the trouble to ,.. ....,.0<- state.
aid 7. $5 I ...1... 53.fees.. '
nature tooth and heal '
raw. ten ..
der inflamed bronchial membrane Right off the bat, you'll want one of Gulf's marvelous tourist w'b % ''l _

,I '' 10 BIIH.E.... Guaranteed to pirate) you or druggist. .., This u_ .
Sealed hide will .he rei-elved hv the refunds money. Creomulslon has stood maps. map, a complete guide to al of Florida, will help .-.4- C ,,. i4, .- .Iwmttc

,4rf e, Hlarke Hoard of Florida loud, Tru unlit tee T:30: City Oilm-k of toe test of many millions of uteri. 1_) you get where you're going the most enjoyable way. ,. ., it ',, .

I1 I' M Kaatern: Htarilard "
Time, the
11 kL: Ith OIlY of March. U5I. nt the Cllv CREOMUL'SIONCeagka. r 1"" (-, (.me, The Gulf dealers have "Fun Cards" for too-colorful \' .' .4' \ \.'
Clerks 0111... Clly I all City of ..4i.se. ChitS C.ld.. Acute ire,dot I_ you, It
.Lt 4 at Rtarke.aald Florltlit time and and place"""for"..Iv the nti*
1 nlahlnc of mm .... ,,. '
hlni-ry. n. andaervlnwa You'll \\ \
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na f.illnwa- find spotless restrooms friendly and courteous \ \ \
serv ,
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On. Diesel coal* of the ninnufaoturera ,
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,, fttandurd rntlna- approxmatily .GATOR BOWL JACKSONVILLE ice-and those famous Gulf products \ '
\e
( 1200 brake horsepower at aapeed ,

I. with electric of woo revolution venerator. and It*" nl'exciter'""'e '';'arch; 1,5, Thrv, i/* 'i:3O Nights e-xfcfit SuncTtsy '. Have fun in Florida, folks! .

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of al reulred for the enaln offered
.witch hoar.", rndlntor ooolinaeyatem "
fuel pyatem, lulu,."Ii Htlon ate GREATER THAN EVER! MAKE PLANS NOW! : tn,
tern, air Intake and exhaiiM., ...1..",..
', air atart avetom. nil rimnt.le with it .
i eleclrloul: wlrlnv and' plplnr. ready A 4S
j for operation All a' eel forth I Ii ALL *
m the eperlflcatlona, on file at the f>f .
fife '"f the Hiinertnten.tent of PuMIcUtllltle 'S 4
; ., Hlarke. Florida where they NEW! .
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