Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I IJJ' MAR 9' 19 51uasr


IiI Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Iis n---. I: McCool And Corbin Held I

_____ On Warrants For MurderIn

Claude Beaver DeathClaude

James McCool 22, and :Marion Symea! (Bob) Corbin, :32. are being held on war
4 + rants for first degree murder in conection with the death of Claude Beaver, 25, whose

-. ,a,' ---."....-..........-. charred body was found In a burned automobile on South Street in Starke about 3:55: a.m.
last Saturday morning.
Sheriff l>,. D. Keddlsh .In Claude
CSTIONKD by James :Mepne -
.. y; U McCool and Corbin. who are being held in out of town confinement "for safekeeping",
of the In the death of Calude hraveryuung
suspects according( to Sheriff P. D. Reddish will face Grand Jury investigation at the Spring Termf
In Starke but Friday night_Photo by Hollywood.NOTICE ) Circuit Court to be held here in April. If indicted, they will likely go on trial at that

time. State's Attorney T. E. Duncan said yesrterday.

McCool and Corbin were arrested on suspicion when the blazing automobile was found

between their residences at 413 and 415 South Street.

The fire department had been called out to extinguish the blaze about 3:55: a.m., but
and the Board of Bond Trustees will
Council it wall not until some time later that the body of the dead man was discovered on the back
lint meeting tonight (Friday) at 8:00: o'clock for seat of the gutted automobile.

ose of deciding whether or not to accept the one An official report has not yet been made by the Gainesville physicians who performed .

|ved on the new unit for the municipal power the autopsy' but Sheriff Reddish aid that Heaver's body had a 7-inch gash in the

stomach through which intestines protruded at the time it was found. It was also reported

l' taking definite action on this matter, which : au that no carbon monoxide was found in the lungs, which might indicate that the man

Vive the expenditure of a large sum of public ,_ had stopped breathing before the car was burned Sheriff Reddish said
the two boards would like to have some expres- I The blaze shorted wires In the automobile causing the horn to start blowing. This

the wishes of the business people and otherof aroused neighbors who 'phoned in the alarm and brought the fire department to the scene.
| Starke ( Sheriff Reddish: Maid that neighborhood witnesses report '

fore it is urged that all interested citizens at- I +eelng two men one short ami one tall pushing the burning
and enter into the discussion INTEIIIO.H OF IRE.GtTTEUUTO In which Braver's body wad]
meeting tonight automobile from the street into the yard between the two
matter.Manager found Is pictured also(. A 1938 4-diN Chrysler svilun. the car ,,-41| ..., a .e yc when the
portant houses, where U was located fire department ar
owned! by McCool. Heaver's holy was founil lying uii the bask seat.Photo .-

i by Stevens. rived.After the blaze had been almost extinguished the fire

1 truck's flexible: hone broke and firemen had to return to the

Says Berry Buyers station for r. replacement. One fireman was left on the scene

$1,246.32 On Bradford with,1m extinguisher to keep things under control until their
Quota $2,701Red Z return. w

Call For Start Of Deal Here t+ Two night patrolmen had also: arrived at the! scene! and

Cross Total To DateIf I one- of these, who la also corroborated. by other witnesses
for Reported state that h.. saw McCool' throw
has passed Its peak berries a gross return of $833- lighted matches Into the I Interior I Corbin and McCool were seen lu
berry deal and quality 808.77. The overall average price a Lake Butler liquor store early
dining fast, according for the season has been within a Friday night, and that Corbin
Ion given to the Tele- fraction of 28 cents per pint. you haven't given your share yet, please turnit without McCool, was seen In a
jlreek by R. B. Alvarez, Mr. Alvarez stated that four or in at liquor store nunr Long Bridge later -
k>n serving as actingthe five buyers are waiting to come to once that night. It Is reported that
State Market Starke and he predicted a good Corbin had gotten some neigh
veral months. demand and satisfactory prices bors to drive him tlwre at that
the call to since berries here will be
re waiting coming time
fcrke," Mr. Alvarez told onto the market at a time they Rev. A. E. Dunham, School Board 1 I 1 Sheriff Reddish atated that

iph in a. long distance' are needed.He Former Pastor Here, To Call For Bids it "- l'I( d. ...:_ ..._ -:-> "'- 1, i Beaver had received $102 and some
onversatlon and Brad- said that although one of
few cents from TIerculea at the
will/be In good de.bn .' the largest and most popular buyers Died Sunday On Elementary Units t MOTHER VIEW of the burned car honing lu location In the yardof and of his first pay period but

as they are ready, he J. H. Dulaney, has ,retired a South Street wnUloure where witness. .nay they saw two. men push that no money was found on his
I from the business, the who Rev. A. E. Dunham, former Ai the regular meeting of the .
man It from the tri-tv-I'holo by Steven person after the fir*. Eighty cents
weather Is winding up bought Wm out, M. E. Brown, will pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal School Board held here Monday, ', WM. .fourjil o. the4aur" ottUie'csr.. ;
Jty deal fact, and unless be represented at the Starke mar Church In Starke died Sunday W E. McTeer, auditor with the *' "1 eaver. .who was born in Whit-
gets rain within the ketthis season.Although morning: at his residence, 2851 State' Auditing Department Tttfomnmnded'that I field
County Georgia, came to
'New Jail NotAccepted Butler
ays, strawberries there ., rain Is badly I needed Manitou Aver,Jacksonville" foU w. tire Board request t Starke several months ego and

gtpg 4gJhe.&old peMr. Jn*;$ra4f.d Cennty also, ;.Jocal Ing a len -Ul.r9Iueall. an opinion from th* Attorney had been living In an apartmentat
Alvarez ..... growers report plants in good CVBdiUon He wa a native of New York General with reference to purchases Cherry and Eighth Streets with
that from February and loaded with bloom and and a graduate of Cornell Uni made by the county school YetAn Faces ChargesU. his sister Mrs. Victor E. Jones,
i :9 I the Plant City mar- fruit. Yield will probably be versity. Most of his ministry was lunch departments from Lawson't and brother-in-law, Rev. Jones
from 2,281 to :5,408 heavy enough by the latter part spent In New York and Pennsylvania Market ft Cojd" Storage, owned who Is pastor of the local Church
|day at an average ..ofr of next week to start shipping.It and his last pastorate was and operated 'by H. A. Lawson Inspection of Bradford S. Commissioner T V .a of Christ.
M 'expected that Mr. Alvarez a member of the Board of County's new .Jail building was CaHhen of Jacksonville ha* Ordered -
| pint. In Starke. He had lived In retirement -. County The young man Is survived by
March :9 I Plant City will return to the Starke market In Jacksonville for the past Public Instruction made by the Board of County a Lake Butler osteopath, and his VICTIM of alleged crime was his wife, Mary Lou Beaver, and

sold 3,222,972 pints of to handle the berry deal here. 20( yea r.. The Board was in favor of determining Commissioners Monday afternoon, wife held on charges of violating Claude Heaver, young Georgian, fnur children, all of Dalton. It Is
accompanied by the architect, but Federal narcotics law. who had Just drawn his first '
sister Mr. If there Is any violationof paycheck stated that he was planning to
He Is survived by a It
several "discrepancies"
due to
Hartford, Sec 230.23( ((12> ((1)I) on the partof Commissioner Cashen fixed bond as truck driver for Hercules move his family to Starke In the
oncert Call Property George Birdsall of New the Board, If 'purchases are was not accepted at that time. at 1.000 each for George D. Noel-. Powder Co. I near future.
N. Y. contractors were allowed Ing Jr. and Mrs. Noellng following
made by school principals on be- The I McCool, an ex-Navy man at one
Funeral services were held Monday half of the school lunch rooms. time to make necessary changes a preliminary hearing. of the car, which had almost quit time stationed In Green Cove

afternoon at 3 o'clock In On motion of J. E. Brown the and the Commissioners agreed to The pair was arrested a week burning at that time, and also Springs, has been living Starke
Tonight Changes HandsTransactions Hardage & Sons Chapel, Jackson Board agreed to. call for bids for meet again as soon a. this Is done ago on complaint aliened by A, P. remove the cap to the gasoline tank more than a yenr. He was formerly
ville, with Bishop Frank A. Juhan the construction of a d-classroom for the purpose of making a final Rogers., Federal narcotic agent and attempt ti> toss matches IntoIt from Little Rock Ark. Roth
and Dr. Douglas B Leatherbury addition at the Bradford Elementary Inspection. It was slated that one charging they had Issued< and Sheriff Reddish saM he and Corbin were employee of
erts, director of the Involving two officiating. Schools. Bids will be of the Items not acceptable to theCommissioners caused to be Issued false. prescription The Sheriff stated that McCool tile Lana Paint Co. of Green

announces that theg Call Street business buildings were Following services In Jackson considered at the next regular openedand was the fact that for narcotics. the drug later said he removed< the gee' rap Cove Springs. This company has
Concert will be held made public this week. forwarded tc wire mesh had not yet been Installed being delivered to Mn.\ Noellng because he had been at a fire government contracts for paint-
the was meeting of the
ville body county board on
auditorium tonight Charles Shepherd, local. radio Boonvllle. N. Y. for burial. April 2.The In the upstairs windows.. i rather than to the patient for once where) th cap blew off and Navy ships at Green Cove. Corbin
8 o'clock.of and television dealer, purchased Foster Shi Smith discussed! with whom It was prescribed.< Injured a bystander.Sheriff was originally from Greenwood, S.
the program'will property owned by V S. St. Johnon Board unanimously authorized the Board the Importance to the,. Rogers testified< that the prescription Reddish. siiM that two C.
numbers played by thed West Call Street, at the foot of BPW Style Show school to be dismissed on Hampton Lake section of a cleaning on which the complaint! United States Fire Marshalls had Beaver's body was returned

comprised the stuI Temple Avenue. The property includes At Florida Theatre Thursday and Friday. March 2930so out and widening of the out was based was one of several Inspected the rar and gave an Monday to Dalton for burial. De-
started In band work a store building and apart- that teacher. and principals canattend let, and stated that the project Noellng had written where the' opinion that gasoline or' some Witt C. Jones was In charge of

be& Other,features of ment and documentary stamps In- Next WednesdayThe the meeting of the FloridaEducation would also be beneficial to Hampton patient did not receive the nar- other been Inflammable Inside before material It had had local arrangements.Rites .
will be a Trombonea dicated the sale price to be $14.000. Association I where high water is a men cotic or received only a part of It poured
been afire.
clarinet solo byown. Mr. St. John, who has operatedan Starke Business ic. Professional All members were present at the' ace at times apparently
auto supply business In Starke Woman's club will present meeting except J. S. Norman, who I i The Commissioners expressed Noellng after his arrest blamed Attendants at a local filling/ MondayFor

no admission charge for more than IS: years, has closed a Style Show on the stage of the was unable to attend because of themselves as being favorable to his trouble on hilt former association station report that MiCool (drlv- Mrs. Terry,
I ling), Corbin, on the front seat
evening illness with Dr. Alvah Hnvey Weath I
bile Is cordially .Invited out his business and vacated the Florida Theatre Wednesday I the proposition, but withheld final !
with him and third Resident
a man on Lawtey
building. Mr. Shepherd expects to March 14, at 8:30: ( p. m., with 'action until the State Road Deportment era Jacksonville physician facing .
I back seat, whom they could not
with his radio, television, and the assistance of local storesBobbins' Gerald charges of manslaughter for alleged -:
L. Crawford
open and the county's legislative criminal abortions. HI.I \Identify, purchased S3 cents worthof Mrs. Julia Braddock Terry 78.
seat cover business the new location Stump's, Barksdale'sStar delegates can be further died Saturday at her home In
S Asked Receives Promotion high test gasoline about 8
trouble said after
about April 1. I Store, Smart Shop, and began. Noellng
consulted Lawtey after Illness of several
o'clock Friday night The gasoline an
Berries In the second announced trans Donnie Shop. publicity following Weathers'arrest.
: Ronnle- Gerald L. Crawford, son of Mr. Dr. A. y. Covington, director of was put into a can, which already months. A native of Lake CIty
ie Days action, Ben Suslow (better knownas I There will be no advance In and Mrs. Gary Crawford Route the Bradford Health Department contained some gas, the attendants she had lived In Lawtey for the
the Ole Sarge) purchased the regular admission prices at the 2, Starke, has recently been pro- outlined some of the problems facing Noellng also had] admitted that aald. The can was handed .1 put 40 years and was the widowof
building on West Call now occupied -! theatre, and the film "Bandit noted to the grade of SergeantAt the' Department In view of expanding he was convicted In the Criminal to them by the third man on the late T. J. Terry, prominent
ry growers are asked ; by Slatrunk Feed & Seed Co. Queen", staring Barbara' Brltton present he Is attached to Service activities and servicesand Court of Record In JacksonvilleIn : \ the back seat of the car. Lawtey grower and shipper

agement of the State The building was bought from the will be shown on the screen Compauy, 28th Infantry Regiment stressed the Jed of an additional : 1948, on an abortion charge Sheriff Reddish said that attendants I She was the second oldest member .
Monday, present owners J. M. Slstrunk and from the but said he later won a reversal : of the Lawtey Baptist Church.
pick on of the famed 8th Infantry financial grant t at a (oral beer parlor
C. A. Futch. The feed and seed of the conviction In Surviving are five daughters.Mrs. ,
and Thursday next Costumes Division Fort Jackson, S. C., with coming session of the State Legis' : Supreme stated that Beaver and McCool,
store will continue to operate there ( Court of Florida. The charge, he Cliff Strickland Gainesville;
|lume will be light and for the time being. Sale price was chant. Arrangements are In duty aa mess steward. lature. i said, grew out of the death of a were both In this South Walnut Mrs. John P. Wyrlck, Mrs. JoyceT.
etter for ail growersthe disclosed as $12,000.Mr. charge of Mrs. Maryon Arnold and Sgt. Crawford was Inducted Into Carr Colley, a newly licensed : woman patient at the "Spring Street establishment until closing Futch, Mrs. George' W Durham
Brownlee. the service on October 10, 1950 Insurance agent, request,d a time, about .midnight They
that Suslow stated that he Mrs June field Hospital" of Dr. Weathers. and Miss Elizabeth Terry all
same day so Fl. said that Beaver, who had
bought the property. an Invest from at Jacksonville portion of the insurance coverageon I just of Lawtey and two sisters, Mrs.J. .
nay be grouped ment. He also owns property on Tickets may be purchased at the box A veteran of 24 months In the the new Jail building.< At slater Noellng later made no referenceto received hla first pay check as a C. Shelton, Jacksonville, ant,
jrket management will East Call Street which he has any club member or Asiatic-Pacific theatre during hour, representatives of the his association with Weathers. truck driver with Hercules t'onvder Mrs. Rosa Jones, Ormond lieach.
operation on the partn recently been redecorating. He office. World War II. he la married to Charley E. Johns Agency and the He contended that If he had Co., was "flashing hilt money"and Funeral services were held, at 3
? this matter.onsoring. said that he has confidence In the the former Lois Osteen of Lake H. C. Wall Agency reminded the violated the narcotic law It was offering to set up .boers for o'clock Monday afternoon In the
future of Starke and believes that Wayne KinchenAt Butler, and they have one child Board that the two agencies had done without Intent and that at the house Lawtey Baptist Church, of which
chances are good for the reopening Moffett Field Unda. Sgt,, Crawford and family been promised the coverage whichIs the> time of his arrest he and Mr*. I I The bar girl said< iliaC McCool ahe was a charter member with
of Camp Blending within the ..t present make their home at to be added to the schedule of Noellng were boUt III. remarked something about telling\\ Rev J. D. Robinson officiating.

f next few months. Navy Airman Apprentice Wayne 1721 Laurel St., Columbia, S. C. policies now carried by them on Assistant U. 8. District AUOrn.I I Beaver to stop showing his moneyor Burial was In Crosby Lake Ceme-
) Other recent real estate transactions T. Kinchen son of Mr. and MrsC. county property. No further action ey Damon O. Yerkss examined someone might take It away tery with DeWItt C. Jones In
7or 1951.53 recorded in the court P. Kinchen of Melrose recent New Directors j was taken at this time due to the witnesses. at the hearing. The I from him Sheriff Reddish stated charge of arrangements.
house are: ly reported for duty at Air Trans fact that the building has not yetbeen NtMllngi/ were not represented by nit two men are reported to have Active pallbearers were nephews
Wm E. Covington to Ray port Squadron Five, U. S. Naval Elected by C of C accepted from the contract counsel.. left the place at the same time, and grandsons of Mr. Terry.

P. Morgan, County Hinkle 20 acres at Lawtey, I3.0OO. Air Station, Moffett Field, Calif. I or. I according to the Sheriff.
erlntendent. and C. S. Richard LehtO to J. W. White, Guy Andrew., Wm. T. Jackson, The county attorney advised the McCool\ states now that he took Eclipse Of Sun J
nclpal of Bradford High Route 2. Starke: acres I11.SOO.: Kinchen enlisted In the Navy or 9 .E. Simmons, and Chas Shep- Board that he had not yet received Funeral Sunday I Beaver In his car to the bur
rill explain Florida's Jeff Lewis to Orval B. Culver, November 29.1950.. His last duty herd were picked to fill the four I clearance from the State Boardof For R. StricklandAt station where he let him out and Visible Here
oundatlon School Pro- farm, $1,000.Prescott station was the U. S. Naval Train. vacancies on the Board of Directors Health on the proposed test left him standing at the curb, the
discus. emergency Gill to C. V. Ingle- Ing Center San Diego Calif of the Starke Chamber of drainage >well In Sampson Lake. Kingsley LakeRev. Sheriff said, McCool says that h. Starke had a fine view of the
N. 1931-53: at a meeting right 32 acres and house south of where he completed his boot train Commerce at an election held Mon He requested authority to re-f went home and went to bed partial eclipse late Wednesday
R. StrutkUnd died In Hal-
}In the school cafeteriaht 'Starke, 3500.: day night Inrthe chamber office. advertise for bids as soon as the Sheriff Reddish said that the bed afternoon as the moon covered
ing.He lands Hospital In Lee'd Tuesday
at 7:30: o'clock. Elmer H. Bone, Alachua County, Is currently assigned with Holdover members of the board clearance) Is received, and the request -' 9:30 urg showed no evidence of having been I approximately 46 percent of the
the explanations and to Hal A. Malson, Lot 24 Indian Fleet Logistic Air Transport are: Carl Johns, E. L. Matthews, was granted.The morning a. m. slept' In and that McCool, later said. sun's surface at 5:40: p, m,
everal leading cltlaens Beach, $9,500.RECENT. Squadron Five. VR-5.: as It Is call W. H. Graham. G. S. Newcomb tax collector was authorized He was born at Kingsley LakeIn he slept In a chair His wife, the Although the eclipse began about
their opinion about ed In the Navy, operates In support and! J. P. Robert to exchange an old Royal typewriter I Clay County la 1879 would former Ethel Forsyth was" not 4:43: p. m. it was observed most
a. Among those Invited Fleet from the the have been 72 years old his next she easily at sundown (about 8:47): ) as
BIRTHS of the Pacific The directors will be at noon In his office on purchase home at the time m was stayIng
Ite In the round table West Coast to the Far East. Monday to select officers for then of a new machine with a, birthday. He was a member of the with her mother who was the sun sank, large and red. In the

(re Charley E. Johns, Bloom- entering the service, year. The new president will longer carriage. Florida Legislature In 1934 and seriously 111 and died Sundsy. west with a large, crescent shaped
of Prior
IE.. Conner and School Mrs. John P. Udell to employed by be selected' from among the directors. 1933. Corbin. whose wife Is Mrs segment apparently cut from Us
\ era H. B. Crosby J. E. field, N. J. announce the birth of Kinchen was Gold Corporation of BAKE KALE" Funeral service will be .held McCool's daughter, stated that he surface.

Lawson J. EL Nor- a son John Rudolph, born Feb Humphreys construction worker. It was decided to hold the annual St. Edward's Ladles! Auxiliarywill Saturday at 3OO: p. m. in the First I was asleep and was awakened This Is the first of two annual
T Johns.c Starke as a I Baptist Church Webster. Burial the automobile eclipses that will be visible In the
24. M... Udell and the late Mr. He Is graduate of the Andrew membership drive) early In April. conduct a bake sale. SaturdayIn i I when the horn on I
la to attend will be at Klngsly Lake Cemetery Sheriff Reddish U. S. title The other
urged on
Brown' near started blowing year. one
class chairman Drapery Shop
former residents of Jackson Senior High School, O. L. Linda will serve as j I
t. which Is sponsored Udell are of 1030. of the drive this year I I the post office: Sunday at 11 a. m. aald. September 1, will come at sunrise.
group of the PTA. Starke. Sheriff Reddish. stated that both



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+ few minutes! away from the school 8 ,weeks old girl pigs, to raise.! Frisby f ri :
f ,
DEMOCRACYbyMat kids to dream and wish she could When time came to kill them-- I Starling from Mc t ""
; Bradford Count Telegraph : be slldln' In a little fish. Lawsey, they Just could not ktll their "Chil- LONG BRANCHBy Howard from e: : I
folJJs!: alnt llf awful for working luns" so they hava set about to Saunders trOll! "H:
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L MATTHEWS. OWN.-.DTO GR.IN AND SHAKE !THIGH gale The writer hu a few sick: "marry them off". In accomplishing J. L. Strickland seems that H, -hlar l&i..'
leave days due her and she has a this, find as a result 91 head and becomti ;3 .ri, I.
i I TAXES ARC PART Of THE PRICE Cr rRErAKEDNESS.BUT sneakln idea of using them on of porkles on the Prleat farm to We received word last week that lated. Careen lib' ;:;
Entered a* i WE MAY WELL SHAKE UNGRUDGINGLY IN PAYING ground of "flshln' sickness" and our brother, Raymond Strickland, this as he has tl''t j'
g+ubnsbed EU'I'J' Frlela, at Second. '1 I 1 THAT miceOtCAlSS -IFMLWDEpENS65PLNDIN6/3UICyDTNEBONE.* I 1 take off a. day or two Lochloosa. day.The Andersons have 17 brood Is very Ul with double pneumoniaIn store there tra tt.!
[ Blatter at the root I she hears you callin'! the Leesburg hospital. No visitors l to eat
} I iip o ll jli7l: J/ li III''' IU +i /'? Pearl and Leonard CoUon have sows and (you "flgger") the rest allowed. Vaughn Pr< -tl
(8)anel 1951 / In These sows are big O. I. w
MEMBERRulHMTlptlon ) Months.I.II ,, big!*pansies blooming.and Are king they alfred pretty daffodil C., pigs.black Poland China and ill Eugan with flu.Padgett has been very cott days with his ,Uj;; y, A

1JM For Six 'I Hampshire no thoroughbreds!
j V2.50 Annually Tho Swlshers have built a big from C. E. Belt celebrated his 82nd I Bell Mosle and(
They have found, they say tr
--- I p I front porch on their house. breeds birthday on February 27. A few dine Grafts pcnt t Ilk I F:
cross grow
I Bill and Marie Banks are just experience of our close neighbors came In to with Bell's parent. II., .
NOW WE CAN POINT WITH PRIDE I jll lll III I II about to get their lot cleaned oft. off quicker I. let him know they remembered the Brooksle Mosley
red letter occasion in the history of I They plan to go visiting Bill's Last year their house burned occasion. He is now planting a Fred and Edwin!fc
This week marked a broken for the brother right away and Jay and their water system too, so they garden Marcus Mosley hazy< .
starke, for at long last ground was finally t Moody is going to move their had to almost sell out of the hog Bill Lang came to Lutz last report to the local) b-,
factory building that has been the center of so many hopes, I l I house onto their newly acquiredlot. business on account of water. But week to report to the Selective next few days.
toil and 80 much effort for 80 many month, I I II I now, they seem to be going strong Service Board !In Jacksonville for Born to Mrs F 1t
80 much worked 80 long and hard to bring this The Ellis girl who was hurt In, again. examination for the Army HA daughter, Margi? '
Those who have could hardly be blamed for a feeling of im I the semi-trailer accident last week.Is Their sows are all named and spent the night with his parents, Herndon Is doing
projer.t to fruition of Mr and Mrs Richard Lang.B. Helen, the youngest ,
the foundation are perfect pets All have different H
of school Mrs. Ellis
actual work pouring able to be in
the this ,
pride as i I / I one 12
manse treatment, We are temperaments and are handled as F. Falrcloih spent last meek very" 4
building got under way.Already 1 la' still under
the huge of thankful individuals, At present, none of with his granddaughter, Mrs.
in the appearance all that the accident
a complete I very them are nursing, 8 have just Floyd Johns, and family In Or
effected with the clearing, was no worse They say "we ,
has been oft,, ot
of town him
Johnses r
that section weaned and the rest will farrow lando. The brought
site, and to say it is an ,. I always have something to be tlg/g
of the
grading, and filling W y within 60 days back home Saturday and spent
in appearance is putting it mildly. With they I I thankful for.". Sometimes we the weekend with relatives here
improvement .
wilt be coma d' They sack feed these pigs for 8
real knocks
of the neat building the transformation i wonder when tragedy .
erection ''at months and sell them at a premium !- We attended the Padgett Church
to which they can i door.
will have something our
and Starkeites the fourth Sunday In February and
a .(feint visitbrs around the town. as No. 1's. One time they kepta
when showing New Neighbor usual
} with pride" bunch for 8 months and lost on as no one was present ex
will also be an eye-stopper for tourists ping asa The Ooodnows sold the (Priest) cept the ones who went from Clay
The factory them since they had to
and by train. They farm place to Mr. and Mrs. George go Hill We decided that church every
the highway
through Starke, both on They to sell] this
will see it and make mental note of Starke as, a thriving"little J t f f.r f. Anderson of Jacksonville last bunch on hand by the first of September I fifth Sunday Is often enough for D r T R
its and not just another wia week The Coodnowa moved tc ,us to go over there and attend the
with an industry of own, ,
Sot of hundred other benefits Lake City. cemetery and place flowers on
We think a
road can
In the Bradford County be derived from this new We welcome the Andersons, who Mr Anderson Is In Mr. Dyer's the graves. On those days we plan r h hQreomuleIaa
to Starke themselves to all, THSSS TAXfS GOMTKI9UTC TO THS HVUTAKY vet's class In Lake Butler and he .to take our lunch and stay all
will demonstrate say they're here to stay. I
factory, but in time they ECONOMIC STRENGTH Of OUR PSAICCAACy.oscAuse'THir plans to farm under Mr. Dyer's day. If necessary. The other Sun nllerw
and need not be enumerated here. POLICY I Mr. Anderson a World War IT supervision since he's never had days .we will have services hereat hgoea doer to the let!II
In the meanwhile, we urge all citizens to drive by the orPAY-AS-WE-GQ ISA L.IIVIITATION vet, served overseas with the SeaBees too much farming experience here. our house. to hale loosen and try
'i ON DffT-A CHecK OH INFLATION. and aid
factory site and see if you do not get a genuine thrill from for a good while and when He plans to plant millet for Jiog Rev Cutshaw called on the Deal phlegm raw, tender n,+tota!tuna fl
what is spread out before your eyes. You will doubtless be BECAUSE THCse TAXES THUS HELP TO MAINTAIN THS he returned he resumed his mill pasture Strlcklands Monday membranes Oiunnteedfr!
surprised at the size of this project, for [it (is going to be a auy/va POWER or THS SAVINGS we: NAVt.AND THOSCtVfMMfCAS work. But due to war nerves He I OFFICE HIGHLAND NEWS as Carson or money refunded.(
huge building not just another 2x4 structure but some THRIFTILy PATRIOTIC CJTIZ.EMS. wanted to retire to a quieter life I don't have what SUPPLIES you want! It we'llorder we Criffls sees It: stood the test of millWCREOMUL'

thing that will be eye-appealing and impressive for visitors/ HEAVY TAXES ARE NEVER A WELCOME BURDEN- They lived out OceAn Way page It for you. Bradford County I Those movIng Highland are '

and homefolks alike. OUT WE CAN GRIN AND SHARE' Jacksonville and bought two little! Telegraph. Saunders Lumber Co. and R. S, r.ur.a u.dy, o..tLOVETT' U4>
Yes-with its new factory', two fine new churches, a tI
handsome new jail building, and many new homes now under -
1'// construction-Starke) continues forging ahead. We feel that Lorle Tomllnson. had to undergcan
the new factory will be a major factor in its continued prog The Life And Times I appendectomy In the G'alne
reset Of New River Folks ville Hospital. H. Is getting along
I nicely so we hear.
FARM SCENE INSPIRING; AT THIS SEASON By Jesnto Lee Lazenby I Miss Winnie Bloom's niece Mr,
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Hulda Etta RavmnTi \' T.al* rou.
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,, A drive over recently completed Highway 225 throughone i Mrs Lacy Johns and couafs! was visiting; MIlS Bloom Sunday
of the best farming sections in Bradford County is an inspiring Edna Oliver attended church at I I Chester Andrews Is on the "Flu"I
sight at this time of year. Pine Level Sunday. Mr. Lacy is I list this week,
if Nature tries to able to be up on his tractor ale Agnes Johns has been sick with
After a long, hard winter it seems as JTARKE FLORIDAPrices Good
outdo herself in making up for lost time-plants and trees ing sand" all around. He doesn't flu too, but is better now ? Through SAT. MARCH M,
have all his land ,
broken due to his Sgt. David Souther land of Ft
all that
putting on new growth and blossoming-venting not being able to tractor up until Sapping Georgia, .who has been
stored up energy that has been held back during cold weather. this week He la bedding his land home on about a month's furlough tc
Never have strawberry 'plants been more full of bloom now trying to get ready to plant. Is leaving Saturday for Ft. Benn BIG
and young fruit. It looks as if the old-timers might be right Mr and Mrs. Dan Hornsby of ing. o 49" SALE !
M when they say that it Is better for the plants to be held back I Gainesville were out Monday p. m. Charley Welch and boys are goIng .
by cold weather, rather than starting !in December and bear I, visiting the Lacy Johns. to set tobacco Saturday. ,If
,' ing some fruit over a period of five or six{ months. With Seeber and Beulah Mae Moody It'. as dry, over there across the .
'. prices that are anywhere near satisfactory, Bradford growers attended the Sing at Miller Sunday river as it la on this side they' CHASE SANBORN ARMOUR'S TALL
J', : should have a brief, but successful season. afternoon. haul lot. of water.

,., '. One of the prettiest sights inithe county right now is O. Oscar Gibson of Camp Rucker, were The all EarnU visiting Southerland their soninlawand family ,
Ala. spent the weekend with, his
C Cason's berry patch at the intersection of 100 and 225. Of mother Mrs Minnie Gibson. daughters Lester and Maty: OFFEE '

,: course, that is nothing new, for Mr. Cason always has beautiful Miss Ida Merritt and Mrs. Bud McCullough In Falatka Saturda; MILE

tI berries. lie seems to have developed berry growing into Moody were In Gainesville Sun- with night.the They McCulloughs.spent Saturday night :

an art a* well as a business. Where many other fields look day afternoon. Marlon Sapp of Lake Butler
Frank L and Erma Lou Tom- came out Thursday afternoon and
spotty-some thriving plants some rather on the puny
' side-his are of remarkable uniformity, with the evenly llmion were visiting their uncle went fishing with Mana Wlggln
Tom Edwards of Brookrr last
and Mable Sapp Luck was with
t spaced rows stretching as far as eye can see, every plant week. He Is home from the hospi( these young girls and they got lb. 79' 4
seemingly a perfect specimen. tal. their families a* good supper. Dc 4
Some other folks: who were visits I envious folks who have food for CANS
, To Mr. Cason and the other Bradford County berry grow-,
Ing Mr. Edwards were: Floyd and thought! Here these ole' girls
go .
ers, the Telegraph doffs Its! editorial hat. They have had along Mana Wiggins and Red and Cleo I fishing when, they want to-jus
) hard winter. They deserve a break. Let's hope that the Andrews girls of leisure and others, the
next few weeks will bring them the success that they so rich- We are sorry to hear that little I I working kind, like the writer toll LARGE SIZESURF OLD GLORY CANS
ly deserve lien Tomllnson son of Roy and Ing away every day, snitching ain
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==sf= the weekend guests of Mrs Effie W,.,tv, '* ii v land. nut "ffl 1.\\ .<-Mnt I I R".'kawaNew York No. R5tT: Flank Ira, > ,
Miner and Miss :Mary: Ann Wells. wtui K. F lnula:, idle Fvlmiiiiy Y"n an- nqulred I to, appear .on Order Phll....Ila..d) \a5k.1'.Alty! fir., Sit nn -t Ilk. P.rlAa., .
orll. 41' S ItCafltt
IWTEYn. 20 \\.1: .1OFl'l. Apt II 2nd, IVK1, In the nti.'V.n in.rt' Appear T rue OK FldIIUOTar
Mrs. L. U. Hill and Mrs. Mae < < lAt, SEAL A 3. Thomas Court and auaa, wherein. plaintiff I la Mau, tlewelt whore residence :--
Wells were visiting the Pearce [l AH Clerk <.f paid Court ".*i.ki divorce Hradfurd C'imntTnlearaph y and' l uddremi, le unknown! : No'run
Futch Tiv Haven '' ,sly, Clerk shall t>il>'ll.h this Oltli i :Not: l" -. ,,
Deputy (I. .
Jones family In Fernandina last J. r Iiiiiruncr. ; ; --Law: Ex< hangr HUIv In next four weekly .leaueitllni You i u.<' required. in appear on hnp\ eitn< n it the
s ssiy Sunday.E. .In, K.nIlle.. 1"1. \\' >ss my hand and nffi'I" lul.., AIM' II 3nd I'iRi!' 1. in the above namedunderdgnri. fire ,'nll.'ag",1 ,lu,, 1 MI..,.In. "e
seat at Stark Flurlda, thin March <'"nil, and rate, wherein plalnllfftindir the fktltloua n..r" -'*">runu',
;, City Council met T. Walters. Jr. of St. Peters Att'r fur fit. JSS, U Sll6I tat, 1951.OFFICIAL. Koeke dlvon-e. Hradfnrd Co."t.d.A Seed, Co. al 114 11HV. -t

ecalon on last Mon- burg was the guest' of his parents Circuit, Court, llredford fovHlr, ( Pl1IA I.) A J. ThornaiAn Tfli-nrnph I shall publish this (lrd..r"alllt'rM..t. Ktnrke. Kradford "'"..nt,.
PlwrlilMi lit 1 ..a.....,.. Clerk of .*ld, Court In next four weekly lapuen. .Fla. and l Int,'nl to revlxt,"i _ald II|. I I1Vitneas
with Councilmen Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Walters Sr *3y JLura Atohr liar.1,1 Alllxton ]1I0bln., Plaintiff, liy Haven Croebv, l>eimty. Clvi k my hand and "'f.\.11111. \ lout., mini. In the offli .,f Cirri.oral .
i last Tuesday. J. R. Walters of St. gttrqess v*. Eunice' Ruth Robinson' l efend- Ryan T Kvani-Neal: I I', Kvann. li. nt Mtarke Klurldu. thla Kehru* ..f the I'lrrnlt. Court of Bradfordarv
Shuford, Dinklns andyYnt an. Cane N.... 1204 103 I",lw )KxohHnve Mulldliir Jnt'k- -5th 1951. C'onnly. "FloridattFFIIIAL
I Petersburg: spent the weekend =POMCA. NEBRr. Order Of PeMlratleii And :>;...... Teeor > aonvllle. Florida.' SKA'.) A J. Thoniaa.J: M HUlrinih H., Slarke, Pl a. :
After the read- with his parents here. .,. *TIK ..K KI.OHIOV Tel Attya. for FIG 111 U lltl An Clerk of; sold Court C A: mti-ll: : "flux .M.8t! ., Fla I ,
.tea of the February Wherein the spring-like weather and some things tall into decay E..iilie Ruth Robinson, whose last __ r> Hnvi.n C'riiKby, Deputy Clerk 2:23 4t 311/ *
George W. Roberts, Jr. who has !. Circuit ('nurl. Itradforil toitXr.Klorlrim
known .
pl." of residence In 13X3
N' bills for February changes to a winter snow storm : I manage to keep busy with my KfluruOr : !. I'.hanrerv.Frrd .
enlisted In the active reserve of Avenue Montreal DominIon I .j
.1Id paid. The council and I grieve over the death of .1 quilt blocks and have 35 pieced' of Canada: Dotha Plaintiff va. !Mary Jit
the Naval Air Corps left last Sat You laths Defendant. Cane No, a>H|
are required to on1II..h
assist with the young mother. on this "Tree of Heaven". I hemmed appear '.
con- .. Order Of P.allr.flas tad Notice !
urday for Jacksonville Air Base 51 t, ltd. In the above n..m cl .
a leonie court. After If some poor burdened toller four- sheets and put crochetedlace Court and ....u.., wherein' plaintiffpeeka .Appear .'r\'rN OK FIOn10Tar SERVICE
From there he expected to leave divorce.' Ilradrord County Mary Jo letha, whose residence' I le flJKE\ STORE
the council o'er life's road. on one. I plan to make myself
He project Ironwood Iluad. Mouth, (Rural Itout
by plane on Sunday for Telegraph this Urd*rIn ,
Washington Who ThenI ; weedy\ IIj,... 4 lion. 40) South Rend Indiana:
nougly to pay $75.00 meets us by.Uie'way. some summer dresses soon neat four **. PHONE[ 189
D. C. where he will be on
givenan Witness my hand and official aeeilat You are required appear
Carradlne ask- Goes less conscious of his will begin house cleaning by
Mr. on
: hid l In the above namedCnnrt
April ll.
initial 90 days' training In air Starlte, Florid*, this February i
Stale Roads 100 & 200
eton t6 reroute theh galling load starting In the attic. Have my lath 1951.OFFICIAL anil cane, wherein plaintifflieeka

Lawtey so .. to plane mechanics.: I Then life, indeed does par. garden seeds and when sprint ( 8EAt.AB Clerk> A.of J.Bait Thomas. Court. Telegraph divorce.shall ptibltah Bradford this County OrderIn STARKE, FLORIDA

: main highway. The Dinner guests of the Roberts If we can show a troubled heart comes will be anxious to see my FT haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk next four weekly laauea.

; granted. There beer ,family on Sunday preceedingGeorge's I the gain. flowers peeping' thru. .Tao Hill Wllllama Ij
business the coun- I departure were Mr. and That lies always in loss Helpful Hint! When cooking MaVk: H'. Filtrb-Ulke Butler Fla. let. I 1951.OFFICIAL.
,Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son David Why, then, we too are paid for Attya. for Kit. Ill* 4t lilt, ( KAt.> ) A. J. Thomaa, ''''
dried fruit add a few grains ol A. Clerk of sold Court
/n. Frank Wells anda of Starke, Miss Freddie Wimberly all the pain salt. It brings out the flavor. Use I* ('1.....,. Coast. tlrndford. (,...lr.Florida By Haven/ Prowtiy l"'puty clerk,
Groveland of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. I* Of bearing life's hard cross. | !. 1 .......,.. Ryan T Kvaim-.Ve: l 11 Kvana Jr. Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car
of were baking soda to clean false .
your Wolff*nir Henry Donald remmeAlno 103 Law I'a'h""Ir" luuldlnff, Jarkannvllle
E. Roberts, Jr., of St. George, Ga. If some poor soul to hope Is teeth. Use a brush and scrub as ( 1 known ... Fred Sutler). Plaintiff Florliln, by the new Silicone process: The new
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. vii Dnrolta Henrietta, nenmie, Attya for I'lf. 1 5t 1,73
ZCIA-L ONCOVERS you would your.natural teeth. Put Defendant ('.... Nn no, way to lasting: car beauty. $7.50
Albert Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Some lOad lip made to smile the towel down low for the child. Order Of Puhllrailim' *.01 Notice ..... In Circuit ('...,wt. llradfnrd Conntr.Klorldai WATERPROOF
Leroy E. Springer of Atlantic City act of word.Theon Appear *T\'IN OF 'Ml.Oatl'Ill In 4 hanrerr 0 o Corrosion Resistant
By an ours, or any One all his own with his tooth ; ..
lioretta Henrietta Danune. whowerenldet J. W Thorns Plaintiff, v Hertrude
$12.50 NT. T. Mr. Springer who is a Staff life has been worth while. bru h. "This la handy and will en- >c" and address lit: 1v-4fl 97thAvenue. ( Thomas, DefendantCaae Pure Tires Tubes Batteries
Sergeant In the Marine Rest rvesexp..cts -..Ella. Wheeler Wilcox Queens Village, New York: I N.I. ':NO! ,
5.00 courage them. To renew the aromaIn You are required to appear on Order of INihllratlon Notice,
to be called to active duty When look back over the March In the above ' I'l.OHIIH.... And Accessories
we your cedar closet or chest land- Alh. 1961 named Aluienr H! \ I H Of
TO ORDERnclrnlr soon Is Mrs Brown's brother. sometimes have Court smut cause, wherein plaintiff Oert rude Thiiiiina, w'hon' roaldenla e
past :
years, we a i
the wood Inside. .
paper seeks divorce. Pradfont County 410 Radnor street :Naahvllli' Tenneaaee
and James
Labor Mr. Mrs. Anders of
Only. : *.)\at at least matter
feeling no Telegraph shall publish this Orderin :
( Include Materiale Palatka were weekend guests of his what has happened we have always From Clay Hill I had a nice let- next four weekly .leauee You are required lo appear >.n
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders ter from Ella Mae Oateen. I am I Witness mv hand and official r.ea) April liid. mill, hi the above named IfONtOMO tV MOIOCCO Vests rllOIIMAOl COMMITTII,
parents tried our best then living 'at smrke, Florida. this February Court soul r..".... wherein plaintiff' I
| Bedding Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hoganof has not been In vain. To comfort so glad my girls do not forget me. lint, 1 HIOFFICIAL, seeks ..Iv...'... Bradford CulinlyTelearaiih SUNNY SMILING SYMPHONY OF.
I So 8RAI.A. .T. Thom, thp) ,
Jacksonville were also the din- many are married now and the ( shall publish orderIn ALL NEW !
bereaved and saddened heart. Aft Clerk of said Cmrrl
a next four UeueaWltneea
>mpany boys in service I wrote to Willie ,.
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. An- To to those whose HV Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk mv hand and official[
ders Mrs. Is give courage Padgett. I know how happy one T. Frank I-nndrum, Starke.. FloridaAttya. sal at Hiarkn, Flnrlda'thhl "February ,
Starke Hogan a '
on Sunday.
I-W courage Is at lowest ebb. Ones for 1'lf. III, H 9114In xth. 191 I I IOFFICMI. io !
I Is to get mall .when In service. I I IAa Eljl d
sister of Mrs. Anders. own heart has a *glow. I have ( SRAt.l A J Thomas, 6y rt
have heard from Leon Carter Circuit Court. Bradford, Cunntr, "Clerk nf sold Court y
been busy. Up early yesterday 'several Klorldni.'. In < haaeerrIIHnMi Hy Haven Croi.i. itepntr. Clerk t
times since he has beenIn \\ / Palmer Plaintiff, VK Holllif V Knight, Slarke, Florida r/i
Men's Clothing morning to try to get a young service. It will soon be five Catherine O'llara Palmer, Defendant Atlya. for Plf All 4t Sill
ARF STORE mother 23, to the hospital, she Cane No' Kim
Established 1894 I1I1 IIII11AREfa ill. She years since I left Clay Hill school Order, <>f l'>hll<. And Notice Totltprnr In rirrnlt Court llrailford C......,,..
was no was an expectant
These have been busy happy days. NrflM OK KI.OHIIH 1'.l i .
mother but she never regained Catherine O'Hara Palmer, whnn, .Ininn.sNvnin. hllewol4 Plaintiff, vHa .
and Peran Pie: 3 eggs, 2-3 cup rrnld nre la 639 Reach lltth Pt. Far Mae Hewett 1>. \

Quietly.consciousness passed away sugar 1-3 tap salt 1-3 cup melted '" c. .fen..n"I.. .. I
butter 1 cup dark corn ivrup. I
She leaves a two year old son Beat these ingredients together. .. : nJ
and husband. Such things are so Then mix In the pecans. Line a For And Reliable ary '
Prompt 36ArrHf
sad and I feel so sorry for the nine >nch pie pan with pastry, ...

'::11';' -'. '"e"T-T:We operate local relatives. pour in filling Bake In 373 degree INSURANCE SERVICESEE ;/1' ,,SAS .JUWBIICEK'; ( '!

At this moment It Is snowing oven CO minutes Rich but good. -.r
q A distanceR0.aLYaREZ01t f COMPANTOF
: U. 8.EXCELLENT hard. The ground Is white and Here In a thought. "Every GATOR BOWl JACKSOMVIUE.y

'J' .-,,.. anywhere flakes are still falling fast. It Is person born Into this world must MARCH IJlb THRU MARCH 22nJ V 119 J
MOVING I' contribute something either
t' ........ .""-... ....l not cold out and It was fun to or evil to humanity. In a senseevery good COLLEY INSURANCE AGENCY Nightly 1.30. ixept Sunday fl III (TilPrUet

.walk In the lovely white new Include T.. TUkelt N.w On Sale "V.1.111V
I. one of us is. a manufacturer.What GENERAL INSURANCE ACTS'
fallen snow as I went to get the ,::. lANE-REXALl DRUG STORE
STORAGE Is our ? One of three
'ar I mall. Don has gone to deliver output 116 So. Walnut St. Phone 25 .'*' Main ft feriylh Slreelt Jo k onvllle
things we are making good or
FACILITIES gas. I hope he can "reto drive. It making; trouble C. CAlm COLLEY Agent /ex Seats $1,00 Oranditand $3.00 $.50 $1.90 Heathen $1.90
has been so warm here just like or making ex.clI"es" Sptci.il Setup F>r Cnlo'fJ' Rrimtil, See I/.9O
I do not know the author
spring and I saw a robin. Our ''': GENERAL ADMISSION $1.25'SUMMER
of these lines but It does
For give one '
moved something to think about.

ER See us first! It la still snowing Digger Is asleep -
old brick will be made Into a nursing
I must start lunch. Soon
.o0oi home for aged. So time
Don will In No
come hungry.
marches on and progress Is made I I company for about an hour. I will l

thinking of all and each of you. MARCH

May God bless you all ::


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1951 S99A-11B3158 with an aupralned vnltii
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Clareatha M. Carter Plaintiff ".. WE HAVE A *
Ralph C. Carter, Jr. Defendant. FLORENCE
C... No. 12U
Order Of r.hll."I1.. Cad \...... T.
Ralph C. Carter, Jr., whoee residence Cook
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You are required to appear on
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Court and ea wherein plaintiff
Liberal l TradeI'sAliowaaco ....k. divorce, care, custody and con
trot! of minor rhlld Bradford Coon.ty and Ranges
> Telairraph; shall publlah this' Order ; : ,
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I A* Clerk of Court 'Jewell M Swam
string boys. Sure \is a beautiful I. Circuit C.ert. Bradford B, Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk' i Hwann Defend, I""
\; Mrs.. L. A. Davis St. Patrick's Day trophy that has been added In the] Florida Anita, I. Ckanperr.Dorla Comb Bei'.. SIB tt 118U Order Appear tit P.klil.Mlln.. A l '

; Unveils MarkerAt Dance PlannedA library. Seems our "A" string Plaintiff' vii Cloyd I. ('Ireult ("..pt. Bradford Co..t7, : A. R. Hwann UTATK, COP VL ;
is' do :well this as usual. .tr.II.er, Defendant. T. S VP1H ar. .,. ,.
didn't as year Case Tiff
'j \ Olustee ParkA St.: Patrick's dance will be but after all, "you can't win all I Order Of r.Mlr.tl*. A.. Xl KSK'du'oPUi, va. Charles I California'You .-
AV. ..... STAlE OK "'. 1:.. Ludden. Defendant.Ca..e are reni p
Gen. JosepFinegan
marker to Brig. given Saturday evening March 17 the time." .. .. ..$. N" unt I April 9th lOll 'I
who commanded the by the members of the Catholic Baseball and Track will soon be' Cloyd and addre la : Order Of PvollraOnH AM* Notle To. Court and i au
r..ld.nce KMMU1.A To.fliarlea seeks .
OP dlvor.
-. ) Confederate forces in the District Church In St. Edward's recreationhall in season. Gee) always a full You are required. to.bov A..r R."'r.kudden.'rN whose residenceis Teiegraphin ahal
\ 'of East Florida during, the Civil at 9 o'clock. The public 1 Is invited I schedule around here. No rest for April 91h.and 1961.cauae in wherein Unknown: n.*xt four w.. ,
Office War was unveiled Monday afternoon to attend. aeeka Court divorce, and ... You are required. to appear named on Wltnena ni) .
the above at
weary. 1951 In the 8tarke v7th \
:1 l''ae2. by Mrs. L A. Davis at the Sawho! was that I saw with maiden name nhall publish Bradford April Court 9th.and cause, wherein plaintiff l A5t.OFFICIAL. I ,

I Olustee Battlefield Park In Olunteo Carl S. J. last Friday night humm Telegraph next four weekly I""... ....ka divorce Bradford County I ( SIt
_ __ -___.-_ ... Mrs. Davis followed the unveilin Betty Grable, In Wltnena my hand and Telegraph shall publish thl. OrderIn .
I '
like ole times once again. Pr Haven '
-seems at I;>I.rke. FlorMa. thl. ? I),.,
vrv.rmywhkr.nnic.r.c. K
Dan Star Heat
with dedication speech.It Dailey .
a People sure are worrying a few 5h. iSiti.OFFICIAL.. tl"4
Women's CouncilOf .
Silver Wedding was at Olustee that Florida In Florida Film little girls about this column. ( .SEAL) A. .7. at Starke, Atty for Pit.

Celebrated by Christian Church only major Civil War battle was Humm! If they only knew, would Br Haven Cronhv A. Clerk, r>" "Thnn'R'I McU BBA .\ A.Clerk J. of Thomaa.By CnurtI ..

and Mrs. Crews Met TuesdayThe fought. On February 20, 1864 Genera Betty Grable and Dan Dailey they be surprised! A. J. Thomas. Jr., slar.'3, Haven. Crosby Aa Deputy Clerk Mr. A. C.

e Mr. Finegan's Confederate soldier popular musical comedy team Remember folks, the band con I E.' K. Perryman, Starke Florldll.Iiso Wi

i Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews celebrated Women's Council of the won a clean-cut victory and frustrated will grace the screen of the Florida cert tonight. Come on out and let' '' !Klortdal. rtrrflt. !.Court.('kaneery.Ixiula Bradford. AUy" for Pit. 119 4t WatchmakerAtGRUENW 11n

their twenty-fifth wedding First Christian Church held Its the Federal Government Theatre Sunday and Monday when I show them that we really want tc P. niMarto I. Tlrelllt Co.r.. Bradford Cooty.Florida .

on February 27 at monthly business meeting In the plans of taking the State. they arrive in "Call Me Mister", support them. See you there. Joaephln DIMarao "," In c.oaneery.ST. F!

their anniversary home In Lawtey. church Tuesday afternoon. The marker is a gift of the technicolor adaptation of the So long until I Order Of l ..llra.l.m ia face..d) ", is now in churn,I'

married on February After reading various Scripture United Daughters of the Confed- Broadway musical comedy success Appear. STATR OP EDWARDS Watch Repair
They were Get yours while they last! 12 Joarphln niMarao whom Dt'par
the devotions] of Florida. ,of the same name.
27. In Starke by Judge O. A. passages eracy "k-O-Gral.h| Fountain Pen now l I..: II "Rii" )) Street! New SALE at
and closed with sentence Many i As revised by Hollywood the FOOD
prayers. York
.Gardiner. Mr. Crews was born Also attending the dedication .wiling for $1. Bradford County New : .
while plans were made and discussedfor revue adds a story set against You are required to .
reared In Bradford County. from Starke were Mrs. J. R. Kite Telegraph April th, 1951. In the above MARCH MARLIN
Crews was born In Nassaa projects during the coming I and Mrs. Del Colley. occupation force backgrounds in Court and raun, wherein
:Mrs. Drapery
to the famous divorce Bradford Factory
here with her months. The most Important present-day Japan I NOTICIU eefca Serv
County but came event will be the Easter breakfast I songs and sketches of the original. i Notice U hereby given that the Telegraph shall publl h
small child. Before next four weekly l Mattes Shop 126 Court .
parents when Flowers Will Be unilernlirnecl I. engraved In hunlne* In St. St
she was Miss Mamie to be held on the lawn of the Dan plays the part of a genial under the flrtlclouji name of H. ItAlvarea Witness my hand and Street ;;
her marriage of the late parsonage (depending on the Topic of MeetingAt GI gigolo who gets off the track and Son Transfer, andStorna0 >, o.ke. riorlila. thl
the daughter 8th 1351.iFFiCIAT. J-ss-
Bradley Frank M. and Mrs. Bradley. Mr. weather). The breakfast will be Woman's Club but Is finally set straight by his I Florida. and Co. Intend In Rradforfl to register County the. i ( : ., "PEA' 1.1 A J ap-s-SrtSSSSrSt's'- _. - - -
of the late for those who attend the sunrise reunion with Betty aid flctlclotia name. In the offlr.
t. the grandson |- Rr fjas |B r" BBBB>> BBiaO B >- -oj o VP II
crew. service Easter morning. All who Also featured in this film Is of the Clerk of the circuit Court
"Flowers in, around and for thhome" Bradford County., Florida.
the occasion with 'Will are cordially invited. Final will be the subject of the Danny Thomas, the hilarious night R. If. AIv.re. ere'sHowAaP'S Low Price.. Low Profit" Po!;"
Celebrating .
arrangements for the Sunrise club and television comic who Is Owner, Starke, Florida I -
and their talk to be by Mrs. L. G. .. ,
Uiem friends I J9| 4t S30In | -
were many -
Service will be announced later. I at his best In the droll comedy .. --
three sons and three daughters. all' The social meeting will be held Powell local florist who will be skits Another featured, performerIs (limit ("..."t. Bradford (".>...t r. '
of whom Uv, at home except on the third Tuesday In the month at the guest speaker at the regular Benay Venuta who whams across Fl..rlfliil In (.h......",... > Helps TheWBge-E rners Pocketbook
married and lives In monthly meeting of the Woman Wanda Conway Newman Plaintiff
son the home of Mrs. Havana Johns. a song or a Joke In nimble I v.. James I. Newman. Defendant "
Club afternoon -
on Wednesday
( ,
Tunpa. Pan No. I2AT -a
entire March 14 at 3:30 o'clock. faihion. Order Of Puhll...,.... Am* ...tl... T.'l's. JIIIi':'
They have spent their Junior Club Eight major musical numbers i ... IITATIO OP FLORIOt To, 1. ONLY ONE CENT PROFIT i
married life at Lawtey.KellerStewart I i The program is under the spon. Include the popular new ballad"I Same. T. Newman whoa residence > YOUR DOLLAR. To help you to J
Elects OfficersThe sorshlp of the American Home l I. MORft Manilla Street, Warn., '
Just Can't Do for You lakes
Enough Michigan: big values, A&P a very small PI1
! Committee. Mrs. W. R. More Baby". 'I Tou are required. to appear on [t. only one cent on a dollar of ulaj
Junior Woman's Club held president .will preside over th April 9th. 1961 In the above named --
its reJ'Ular.monlllly' meeting in theWomaD' Court and caiiMt. wherein nlttlntlffeeka
business meeting preceding thprogram. -
L. Stewart of Camp .
Mrs. Klva divorce Bradford County :: ,
Club r- .
building A.-
Monday .
announces the marriage BRADFORD Telerraph shall publlxh thin OrderIn
Blandlng to evening with Mrs. D. I* Thomas,' next four weekly. (iaaues.Witnea 2. STOREWIDE LOW PRICES (0
Helen May Hostesses for the afternoon will _
of her daughter ..
hand and official Heal
William Harold Keller. son of Mr. president\, presiding over the be Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. Mr. HILITES at "Plark' Florida, this March x HUNDREDS OF ITEMS EVEBJ

and Mrs. William J. Keller of Ar business meeting. C. S. Partln Mrs E. B. Searing Tfh(OFFICIAL mi SEAT. A, J Thnma, _ _ DAY. To make it possible for JOI j
Mrs. Vernon Sllcox chairman of
cher. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs. Fate Hurrah!-Our "Annuals'* have A. Clerk of 'nurt ave on your total food bill no i

The marriage was performed at the nominating committee, presented Brown. Mrs, Lemuel Colson Mr. arrived! It.. been a mad rush try. Br Haven Crooby, Deputy Clerk what d.'c>u shop A&P offers you*
the names of those members Even T. Evans A Neat r>. Evans, Jr. -
4 King-Bland, Georgia, March 3. Attendants nominated W. L. Cooper Mrs. M. F. Brown Ing to get everbody's signatures Ins ,.*w RxchanaRulldlna; _- --.;_ wide low prices on hundreds of'i
for officers for the
were Miss Doris K. Stew. and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell. The Seniors and Mr. Coram sure Jarknonvllle. Florida.At I 'I_ :: instead of)just a few"
that had been voted every d.y.
ensuing year y" for Plf. 119| 4t 8130In I .
art. sister of the bride and Horace did a swell job even If some o4 Custoiners'.Corner end ?
'on by the executive board. They /
+ Brown of Archer. I the Juniors were a little sore because n..." C...pt. Rredford Cnnntr.Flnrlrta I
B. Circles
elected by theclub, .. a whole and Baptist i In ( ........,.. '
the Seniors didn't leave 'ALL ADVERTISED PRICES
Mrs. Keller a 1948 graduate of T.eo H. DeRaa-on. Plaintiff va. 3. Cl'AIx
are as follows: president Mrs. O. Met always b prouJTlthe
Bradford High School is a senior Tuesday them anything In the "Last WillandVTestament" Beatrice T. Dettaffon Defendant, We have en ANTEED FOR A FULL WElK. )
J. Jr.
Edwards ; vice-pres., Mr. D.
Case No 5255Order
student nurse at Alachua General L. Thomas; rec. secy., Mrs. Richard Don't fret tho be. Of Pnhlleaflon And police Tntpnear cuUtsnding meat nlues We protect you against rising; ; price, J
Gainesville where she The Baptist WMU Circles held I cause I hear they are going to put' T\TK or KI.OHIII Tot advertised
Hospital. offer ind
Fowler; cor. secy.. Mrs. Henry a. *" guarantees prices (
and graduate their monthly meetings Tuesday It on the commencement Fvntrtr T. DeRajron whone real j __ ,
will resume her duties Godwin; treas., Mrs. John A.Torod. programa. dance. I U Hunt Htr a.t, Belllngh.m.M. ins those of items not subject I 10 p pi:
afternoon.The that valuemesna
11111 In September. .. ; I ,....: But ve know ceilings) for a full week even Itod
from Ida Darby circle met in the Also .owe now have a 'school paper I You are required to appear on than low *... .'. --
Mr. Keller who graduated Mrs. Guy Sale announced thata more just prices. > ?"
w April 9th 1961 In the above nam d / market prices |
home of Mrs. J. ,put out by the few who are Interested 4 go up. ,
Archer High School class of 1946 dinner is being planned for the B. Sapp with Mr 'I Court and raupe, wherein plnlntlffneekrt ,..... ._ : :. _
* Is In the Army and stationed at April meeting honoring the members L. D. Haines as cohostess. Vase in a paper and Mr. Coram I Irot .of fllvorre minor, non.rare, custody Hradford and County ron That't why our tttilled meat M prlctt .,_.. Awe (IntluJUng--,It...,jt.li.;.

'1i Camp Polk La.J5idmanSt.. who have Joined during the of sweet peas and azaleas addedto Seems he gets mixed 'up wonder I Telernnh halt publish this Order' buyer are trained to know quality ...J.ct to price tflllngl .... gummnttti-I
how In little bit of It all.
the charm of the a In
past year and for the Installation where 14 members were living seated.room If you saw Shirley D. strutting I next four. my weekly hand' and limueMIVItnettn official *..III! and insitt upon it. a .*...3*.._< *%tfij iJ day, ,March 9th through-fTfJitttJar- MartHiiSuperJli 1 1Th
John of new officers. nf flnrke. Florida thlw' March -
Annual reports were read by Mrs. L. D. Halnes, program around last Monday with her handIn "th. ldSt.IOFFT'TAT.. e', why our killed butchers -
the air and wonder .why? -wellIt ( E"A.. :J. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. V; S. St. John announce all officers and committee chair. chairman gave an impressive de. she I An Clerk of cniirtTv are trained to .cut meat properly.
of their votional. Prayers were offered' by seems has acquired a class TTnven CroBhv, Deputy Cl.,rk --, '
; 4 the marriage men giving an outline of the club'iactivities '
ring of M. N. Chim ... it accurately, it iurely "
4 daughter. Alice to John Sldman and accompllahm..ntlduring the members for Home Mission Tt Me -204-M Ouarnntv UfeTtulldlnir weigh wrap MEAl

son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sid- the year. Mrs. T. L. Casey and the Revival beginning Easter Hear a few boys got lout in o I .Tnckiionvllla, Florida sin 4t 310 in short to give ;you the kind
lawn Fig, Tommieg i .
mower. Ruben
man of Buffalo N. Y. was voted a new member. The Sunday.Mrs. and a few others did this over of meat and service ;you want. <3S3iJ I -
The) nuptial were read by Rev. club has voted to continue meeting W. L. Andrews, circle lead.
C. H. Allen in the Presbyterian during the summer months. er, presided over a short bu.ilnea the weekend. If you see them just I ONE. H there's anything we can do to .
SI PElt.lUG liT
,' call 'em "Union Head" They'll:
t Church In Plnellas Park January Refreshments were served by session. understand. of Many Styles make your neat department a
an at 7:15: o'clock In ,the evening.Mr. Mrs. Ned Yancey, Mrs. Bill Mc- .
: and Mrs. Sidman are makIng Ray and Mrs. D. L. Thomas. During the social hour the hos Sure was good to see Ed Massey better place to" (hop,_ please let Sunnyfield BACON, Ibu. :\
eases served delicious refresh """ "
their home in Pinches Park. back in school Tuesday" Hope lie SEA NYMPHand know. ,t "***Sl
menta. The next meeting will be will be able to continue coming to

----- Wimberly Home with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. school. SEA GULL 5 jjj 1 Please write:;". I')' ,AZALEA

Scene of Members of the Lorena Epper. Cokes were served to the Kle "
I fi J.adies Satin Slips I son Circle met with Mrs. O. O mentary last Thursday and to the CUSTOMER -

F White nnd Tea UORe.f Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly Webb with 12 members and one High School Friday. Thanks to Mr. SWIM SUITSNow &&*** A&P: Food Store ef* a*3

Lace Trim. Sizes 32 entertained members of their Immediate visitor present. Newcomb! He1 must know how we 420 LexIagion Av..,New York 17,N.Y.

\ families Saturday eveningat The meeting was opened with suffer on these hot days. .,... .__"_ > +..f SMOKED
IT; to 40 their home on Church street prayer by Mrs. W. B. Alexander This Isn't exactly new but congratulations On Display -

the occasion being a farewell party followed by the devotional given Mr* Ingram and, 'B"w BACON, lb. -

$le98 for their daughter Miss Winifred by Mrs. Alma Hough. ., ' 'n._ ,
Wimberly, who left Sunday for The program was presented by IG' den"rresR ,
San Antonio Texas where she wa Mrs. J. T. Tomllnson and Mrs. H _. _ _. _ _ AZALEA

,, .IJIIf"- J.adles Dresses. --- married Schneider on, Jr.Thursday to Charles C.Delightful Boyer.1' refreshments Ipiij :ro1t 'V ).tQbret ',' fr.ui -. PICNICS, Ib.' 4

Sizes 9 to 52. lWato2l. Lovely arrangements of azalea were .' .
served "
during the social hour.
VI were used u decorations throughout I_ .
The next meeting will be with
48's .
Mrs. Nelson Green aunt of Qle Mrs. W. B. Alexander Fri., Sat. Mar. 9, 10

J $5.95 honoree presented her with a The Daisy Fowler circle of the DOUBLE FEATURE GREEN PEPPERS lb. 29c CHEESE, lb. -
beautifully decorated ,
wedding Starke Baptist W. M. S. met Tues

cake. day afternoon at the home of Mrs Gypsy WildcatMaria WINESAPS'APPLES

_- Boys Dress Pants Mrs. Wimberly assisted by her Nat Williams with Mrs. F. F. !Monies Jon Hall I FANCY WESTERN HERMAN'S PURE

In Rayon and Garbadine. daughter and Mrs. Don Page and Flume co-hostess. AND 3 Ibs. 25c

I Sizes 6 to clous Mra Nelson Green served dell Mrs. Jesse Newsome led the Western e :. PORK SAUSAGE lb. 4
refreshments during the RenegadesJohnny ,
16 evening. devotional. The program topic was ::4 SUNKIST LARGE SIZE
Mack Brown
"Come Tarry Go. The circle -
Those enjoying the affair LEMONS 6 for 19c
were gave $20.53 to the Annie Armstrong Cartoon &: Serial a
$2.98 & $3.95 the families of the L. D, N. T., A. fund. _ _ TALCO FEEDS

T. and L. J. Greens and the A. F Sun., Mon.. Tues. WESTERN ANJOVS
At the close of the Mrs.
I Sauls. meeting
Williams assisted by Mrs. James Mar. 11, 12. 13 PEARS, 2 Ibs. 29c Scratch, 25 Ibs. 1 1'|

...- Dresses Girls Taffetta Ruffle ,I Methodist Circles menta.Seymour There served were delicious 10 refreRh'l WALT DISNEY'STreasure FRESH POLEBEANS too Ibs. 4|

Met MondayMembers present. The next meeting I
t Trim. Sizes 1 to Island
Held at the home of Mrs T. B. 2 Ibs. 29c

3. i* ; of the Methodist Harding.The Bobby DrliM'oll. Runt. Newlon.I _ _ _ TALCO

WSCS held their monthly Circle SELECTED: WHITIlPOTATOES
$2.98 meetings Monday afternoon at I I Dora Alderman Circle I SydneyCartoon Laying Mash 25 Ibs. 1 1'j
& New
: ,
3 o'clock. Mrs. Q. B. Flynn. leader met 10 lb. bag 29c

Circle three met at the home of Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. A. Wed.. Thur. Mar. 14. 15 tOo Ibs. 4J
Mrs. T. H. Slade circle leader, A. Durden and Mrs. Roper co- SWEET JUICYGRAPEFRUIT
Girls Rayon Dresses with Mrs. Slade hostess. Roll call showed 12 members DOUBLE FEATURE t-
:JIIr" presiding over the .
8 lb.
Pastel. Sizes 7 to business meeting. present. Two new names were Leather bag 39c TALCO
added to the roll. Pushers
12. Plans were discussed to help
complete raising; the 1,000 fund Mrs Ruth Morse led the devotional -.--
Richard' Arlen. A inly Dr\ln Growing MASH 25 Ibs. 1.
for the circles. subject-Come, Tarry Go ,
' $3.95 Mrs. E. L. Matthew. had chargeof Mrs. F. B. Beard presented the ANDARMORED- NUCOA OLEO, lb. 37c

the program and gave a reviewof program Mrs. Maxie Carter assist CAR

the book. "Let Us Seek HimTogelller" Ing. Community missions for CVnar. Romero Ideal DOG FOOD 2 for 27cTALCO
Judith Bar..ttLat""t 8.95 ,
month lunch for child.
Maude needy .r
by White Har.
z- Chlldrens Panties die. I New* Daily HORSE 100 Ibs. 4.

Assorted Colors New members welcomed Into the Masons to Meet TO Uncle Bens RICE, 14 oz. 20c ,

'Lace Trim. Sizes circle were: Mrs. W. W. Calnes, THURSDAY ONLY

4tolO. Mrs. Ovid Lewis Mrs Hugh Ing. Monday NightA ON OUR STAGE 12.95BARKSDALE'S JEWEL OIL, qts. 71c TALCO

ram, Mrs. Grace Jordon and Mrs
Sarah Clifford. The regular communication of 20% DAIRY 100 Ibs. 4'
was -
25c meeting Bradford Lodge No. 33 F. & A. M. BABY MEATS Swifts 21c ,
Walnwrlght.closed with prayer by Mrs. J. R. will be held Monday March 12that IN PERSON -

7:30.: o'clock P. M. at which
Refreshments were served durIng time a lau of candidates will receive RADIOS I Spry Shortening, 3 Ibs. 1.02 WHITE HOUSE
Sheer Shirts the social hour.Fellowship GREATEST
!IJIF' Sport
the Master Mason's Degree.Worshipful MILK Tall 4
Sizes 8 to 14 Master Freeman HILLBILly I cans,

Club egl.ter. Jr. will preside. PERSONALITY SW1FTNING, 3 Ibs. 93c

To I Local members and visiting j
$1.19 Have SupperThe Masons Invited. fA"f REGULAR BAR DEXO,'31bCashmere s. .

Starke Methodist Men'sFellowsilp -,. BOUQUET lOc

. DIF'" Childrens Sandals! Monday evening.supper March will 12,be at 4:30 held \Vateford-Kelly: REGULAR BARLIFEBUOY lona FLOUR, 25 Ibs. 1'

White lied Brown p. m. In the Methodist Educational The marriage of Miss Corrlne ( .. 9c

8 Y2 to3. Building. The supper committee Kelly daughter of B. E. Kelly of I6t ( .'
la composed of C. H. Nasworthy, Plant City and Gllmer Watford REOUL/.RBAR r v. '

W. S. Sibley, and A. F. Sauls. AU was solemnized on March 2. The -4,
: $2.98STUMP'S of the men and friends. of the ceremony was performed by Lux Toilet SOAP 9c

attend.church are cordially invited to j,I lard Justice of of Tampa.the Peace John W. Wil- MONROE LARGE PKO.SUPERSUDS. A & P Food Stor

Attending were Mrs. Iva Dill- 31cRKGtL.R

Lioness ClubThe 'man of Jacksonville and Clyde E. The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea (\

1 Callahan of Plant City. AND HIS BLUEGRASS BOYS B.VRPalmolive F.mllrm Comt.mtm ..,..... ... us.
regular monthly meeting of For her wedding the bride wore _QUARTCT SOAP 9c
'Cr' ,_
DEPT. STORE the Lioness Club will be held in an aqua dress with whit acces THE GRAND DEPT. STORE 300 East Call St.

t the Lion's Den March 13. at 7:30: sories. OJLf: QP&Y Octagon Toilet SOAP 7c
o'clock. All members Mr. and Mrs. Watford Starke Fla. Starke Florida
are urgedto are residing ,
_- _ _
== be present. in Jacksonville. _____. _
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.... ---

MAR 9 1 5 h


I and cause. ., wherein plaintiff seeks! Limitation This the lath day of I Unknown
I Miss Ruth Kessinger of Ocono- D. A. Hyslop and A. Broad of Mr. and Mrs James Blackuhear divorce, Bradford County T'l.vraph 19ei You arr required t.. appear on Mat .h!
mowoc. Wis. arrived In )Ontario, Canada were visitors in had as their dinner guests Tuesday shall publlKh thl* Order In next four lI'.br"I''I\ C Jones, Administrator ISth US I. In the above named. Court
Starke'' and weekly iBMUfta.vitn 111! 4t ail and caves, wherein plaintiff aeeka.
I Sunday to begin rehearsals of "Go- I Starke this week of the Qulgleys evening of last week: Rev. \ *>. mr hand and official .seal. divorce H..tIt.d C ninty Telerraphahull
'Ing Places the home talent show and Scotts. Monday night they Mr.. B. E. Simmons and :Mr. and at Stark. Florida, this February publish this Order In next four
I being Mrs.J. Mr,. George E. Miller and eon 11th IP61.tOFFICIAL. In <'.....) Covert. nradferd Ce.n r.Klorlitm weekly 1 lnellee.Witness .
sponsored by the local : were dinner guest of Mr. and ) .. !. c. my hand and filial Heal
Eastern Star ', T. Quigley at Avery Inn. Other Jack The occasion was a farewell SEAL of chidThorns. }:dna Aarona kaiirerr Wnoilv. plaintiff., I at Starke Florida th:- FebruarytOKFICIAk

DEWS Faster l\wokpt.t at Ronnie Dimit -' guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. dinner for the Simmon.e. who Frank Bv Haven UinJrum Crosby, Stark Deputy. Florida ClerkT. Rudolph Woody, Defenilant.Caae .No. 11254 lath 1961. 8K>I.) A. J. Thomas
II If. Scott. F. A. Scott Mrs. V. C. moved to Monticello last weekend. ,Attya for fit silt/ 4t 310 Order .f Piibllall And Yeti Tn Haven Aa Clerk of paid Court.
By Crosby Clerk
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman returned >ear UTATK 0" FI/IBIIIA Tot Iirputy
and Mrs. Riley Conner of Avery and Mia. Edna Noegel.Mrs. t It : 8Every
.. Circuit Co.r Bradford County, Uuilnlph Woody whoae residence !I.
Jacksonville were Sunday after. John Childress and children Sunday from a two week'sbusiness .
Klarldai In Ckauc.ry.Psuline
hostess Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mr. and pleasure trip to Seb- Plaintiff .. L
pearce was noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. of Gainesville were visitorshere Hampton T
Bertha L. A. Davis attended the United L. ring Miami and Key West. James B. Hampton. Defendant' (tri
Club Tuesday eve Casey while on their way home Monday. I Cane No. un Branch of
ranssta Daughter of the Confederacy from visiting in Deland. Mr. and Mr. James Brooks of Mrs. Ernest Phillips expect to Order .f TnMlra, .l..n And 1tlfv 'r..
District 2 meeting held in theWoman' Mrs. return to her work at the Florida Appear "" ,'rI" UK n. \ T.l
T. Jacksonville weekend
L. Griffin In were guestsM
spending James n. Hampton whose realdencaand
the DiaJ Club of Jacksonville INSURANCEH.
f'g' those attending on several days this week In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Lan- National Guard on Monday after addreaf I la Unknown:
.,nfprence of Women' So- Tuesday. as the of Dr. I undergoing an appendectomy in You ara required to appear on M.'h19lh.
guest and Mrs. 1951 In the above named Court
Christian Service in the Miss Nina Bishop visited Miss C. C Mendoza drum.WATCHES t the Alachua Hospital last week. and reuse, wherein plaintiff seeks

,lie First Methodist Churchday Shirley Scott in Tampa over the Mrs. S. R. Johns Sr. returned STRONG'S.Mrs. Galore a Rev. and Mrs. Homer SwindaU divorce shall publish Bradford I this dt.nrlrn Telegraph next four
were: Mr. L. D. Green. weekend home last took Rev. Swindair. mother, Mrs. weekly lantieaVltneiia .
Friday from
B. Cottrell. Mrs. A. F. BIG SALE NOW atSTRONG'S. weeks' visit with her brothers a two and Bryant S. Carroll and Mr. !M. T. Swinda)). back to her homeIn \ niv hand, and official seal C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE
Edward Brown of Jacksonville at Starke Florida this FebruaryHth .
a Ira. W. O. }Ian e, Mrs. E. families the M. J. Hudsons andJ. I Clintwood, Va. last week after 1951.OFFICIAL.
ryman. Mis. Amy Coburn Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schefferlne of I J. HudBons in West Palm Beach spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. spending six week. here. They ( Aa SEAL Clerk A..J of aald Thoman Cturt.By ., PHONE 146
F. H.
,tUS Olson. Mrs. C. D. Wiled Jacksonville were weekend guest : and Miami. Long. also visited Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk

Mrs. W. E. Middleton. of the Guy Andrews.IKELLY'S. Mrs. Carl Johns returned home Mrs.la W.spending J. Griffin this of week Jacksonville with- Johns In Martin Ky. T Frank. for I.nndrum Plf. 'Stark". III. KlortitAttya. 4t 615In |" Constant Service Over 50 Years -
Mrs W. L. Blair
Thursday of last week I Is expected '
after spendIng -
Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
two week. In the Ostner Clinic. today after undergoing an ( 'emit Court, Ilradford Cuanlr.Klnrlilai .
New Orleans. She Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whittler and I operation in Riverside Hospital i In ('Snseery'.
Is recuperating three children of Neptune Beachare last Friday. Mnarda Kovar. T'lulnlirr. '.. Oscar

nicely.19 Ft. Gold Saul ConKnlmm. and guest of Mr and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Jesse Newsome and son I, KOVHC,i>f Uefentiant.Publication .tad Cane!Notlc No .8 ToIvprar 1Itrdrr A /English-built FORD.
Mathews this week. '
Armstrong I John Mack spent last Thursday "TV I'M OK Kl.llll111 iOnrnr new
Quaker Linoleum
at Knvar, whone renlilencn aniladdriMa
Maj. and Mrs. Richard Kldd and
and Friday with friends .
Hurt Furniture Co. and in' car of niurk. OllcllnH
four children were weekend guests lives In Jasper and Live Oak.non't rl'la-1 >tmlltnoiirr'' llaupt Stresses 911,
Mrs. H. V. Knight and daughters -; of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Flynn. Maj. Snlnbiirir, Anntrla.
RED & WHITE FOOD STORES Merry Beth end Nancy spent I Miss the SALE You are required In appear on M.r..h191h. 13.52 PER WEEKONLY
Kidd formerly of Starke, has STIW G'S. ; 1961 In the shove named Court Only
Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. been callefi back Into service and and cause, wherein plaintiff *eekn.llvoroe.
Fla. clintndv cf minor child
Lawtey J. I.
Ogden of !
Pompano I. stationed at Fort Walton The .. HrniUord (\unty T.I"Ir.a"h .",,11puhll..h $362 DOWN
: Beach spent Monday with Mrs. E. Flynn also had as their Sunday: / Iretrle., In l'n.rt,. Bradford Coot.tr. this Under In next four
ECIALS: 9-10 Frank
J. kFlainuff weekly l Issues.
Dowling, Sr.
guests, Mrs. Paul Canova and two' Mor.. Moua. v.. Marl I* Witness nv hand and official sent FULL PRICE $1,085.00
Mr. and Mrs: O. W. Barry of children of Gainesville I' Order,or Defendant.1'nl.llr.lloH. And Case No. 8166 at Mlnrk. Florida, thin February

1 \& W Mayonnaise, 32 oz. 69c their Brooker son-in-law spent the and weekend daughter,with Mr. Diamond Ring; BARGAINS xlSir"rtrlr'K' -1- Mores OF whose I""."*"Noll.-residence",* To To. inth(OFFICIAL 151 A.8K\t.' Clerk) A.of J aalil.Thomas Court, With Anglid, the English-built Ford, you get anew f
and for hundreds of dollars even
37c and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. The at STRONG'S.Mr. :;. I address la Unknown! By Haven Crosby Deputv ClerkT car
16 oz. 8 oz. 19c Har- and Mrs. G. P. Dover of You art required l to appear on March Frank lAndrum Rtaike, Florida most late used can. Its smaller wheelbase
dye also had 19th, In ,
as their Sunday 1951. Ih. above named Court Attya, for Pit. 1111 41 3i9
guests.Mr. and Mrs Hugh Hardyof Hlbblng Minn. arrived here Tues and cause, .wherein plaintiff seeks makes driving and parking easier, toe
OLEO 1 lb. divorce.
u-Maid 29c custody and I''
a e Gainesville.Mrs. day to spend several days with Minor Children by control of \o'rar'elTO '
Mr. Dover's and other relief! defendant and ALt WHOM IT MAY CtWCKIlNNotice '

RISCO Shortening, 1 lb. tin a 37c Is l the. guest C. D. of Williams Mrs. L,.of D.Tampa Greena sisters Mr. and brother-in-law Mn. F.. F. Flume. nest graph four utmll weekly publish Bradford U.uee.ura"County dz.olj'"- and la creditor hereby given of the In. nil estate claimants ofConalanve I YOU CUT DRIVING COSTS IN HALF 9 9r

few days this week., The Dovers will also visit relatives Wltnees; my hand and l official neat file your .rlalnte Nwaom, duly that sworn linlena ti> with you Yes, the popular Anglta laves up to 50% on
SHORTENING 'In Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville 11tthSta196rk1e' Florida' this' FebruarySBAt : Judas; ofltredtord r l
[ & W 3 Ib. a 1.03 Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews : (OFtICIAL R. K Perrxman.Countv, County.Florida, within I driving costs. Owners actually report up to
returned Tuesday from a month'svisit ) A. J. Thomas. months from the firm
I&W Tall MILK, 2 for&WTEA 25c with their ison-ln-law' and BIGGEST VALUES EVERat fly Haven.*Crosby, of Deputy.aid Clrk<< eight be1barredkbynlhe calendar RlatuteenlofMr. I 40 miles per gallon.And you get such feature
T. .b ; will built-in turn selector
Frank c the trunk
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Me- STRONG'S. MILL for Landrura I !. frlorld* c as rear access ,
1-4 lb. Lendon in Orlando. Friend of Mrs. Helmlntoller Pit. 2119t| 818 and constant. speed windshield wipers.YOU .
29c !. Circuit Coast, Bradford '.. '
( ,
EVER at grandmother of Maj. Richard
Florida i In ra A. C. Williams
STRON'S. Kldd, will regret to hear that she Vlr.lnla: .It.\Vbb\ Webb, Plaintiff I vs.
ory SOAP, Medium, 3 for 27c Mrs Joe Wilson of Starke and passed on at the home of her Homer n. Defendant.Ca.. No. II2 Watchmaker' FinisherAt

Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. of Gainesvilleare daughter Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Sr. In order of Publication. .tnd N.Ire To
|ory SOAP, Large, 2 foT- e 31c spending ten days visiting Richmond Va. Sunday, March 20. homer Appear n.ST4TH Webb OK whoaa FI.OIiIIt residence Tot la OKUfiN. Watch FactoryIs
!Mrs. Dell's son-in-law and daughter. Mrs. Helmlntoller was a frequent ITnknown! now In charge <>f I
: Mr and Mrs. H. E. visitor of the Kldds Canova. and You are required! to appear on March Departmentat
END, Ic Deal, 2 for 31c Moredock :19th, 1951 In the above namd Court Watch Repair
B M* SSaSJSISSSSSSSSSSSSSSalSlaW WSlllaaVaMB B SIa B SllallaMS BJB in Miami and Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn. and rauie, wherein plaintiff *...k.
Bennett in West Palm Beach. divorce, care. custody and control
Complete Easter outfit at )Connie -
OFFEE, Chase & Sanborn, 1 lb. tin 59c Mrs J. W. Kincald who has Donnta for jour little folk, Telegraph of minor .Shell child publlnh Ilradford. thin County Order MARLINFactory

been In Tampa for the past month Girls and Boys. In nest four weekly l.iiuea.wltneca .
mv hand and official seal
lUTE BACON, 1 Ib. e 29c expects to be home this. weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Danoby of .t Ptnrke, }Florida this February Service
for a few days before returningto Lake City were weekend visitors 12lh. 19111iOFFICIAL Stnrke
SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, 126 Court St. -- 1
.ean Sliced PORK, 1 Ib. 57c Tampa. of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. A. Clerk of oalil Oniirt f t tI
NEVlmLlN BARGAINS Seaman First Class and Mrs ny Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk
'Jnmtph K Skipper 21 (Irahnnt
RITS Mother's Best 5 lbs at STRONG, Kenneth lOnflnger: visited their Jlu 11.1 1 n.... .Tnpk.unvllle, Flnrldn. fi "
a 37c Mrs. Mary Lane and daughter, parents In Penaacola. over the ,Attya. for Df. 2:18:l 4t 219' I ( 3e+rw 4r/J ., t

Mary Beth of Jacksonville spent weekend. In rirrul Court, llrn.lfnril. Count, .f

XYDOL, large 28c Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Bertha Lowell Douglas a senior at V. ofF I rlorltlni Kdwaril:, In I>. Hnnrerr Sorrell. ,rialntlff, v.. WELDINGWe :
Pearce. ., spent the weekend with his Mary Horrel), PofendnntCa.e

esh Yard EGGS, dozen 50clard's Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle will\ part'nts.fr.! and Mrs. J. K. Douglas. I' Order of Pill>l..atl<>M And Nntlpt-':n. HJSII.titpprnr :' GET LONG-LIFE CRAFTSMANSHIP
have a* their weekend. guests Mr. Ill' \11' 01' FLOIIIDt ToMnrv ,
and Mrs. J. J. Davis of Worrell.; whose re"ideno,,' and Built by some of the world's finest craftsmen, both ;
) FLOUR, 5 lbs. 49c Rutledge, (Hurry down to STRONG'SSALE. addre.. I N Unknown I
Ga. Mrs L. A. McCoy of Char- You nrequlred t i api" "r <,n :Mhrr'h19th the 2-door Anglia and the 4-door Prefect feature
lotte N. C. and Mrs. Roy Dial of Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns ll'il In the abov i.,.med '"nrt ( # large, comfortable Interiors and quality-finished t
ATS R & W 20 15c
| res., ?z. Albany, Ga. Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Mc- 'and. daughter !Markleyann were 1Ah."r _, exteriors that are built to last. And service I Is e '
Coy and !Mrs. Dial sisters of ; =--
k are visiting Mrs. Huldah Morgan in available at Ford Dealers everywhere!
w Xo. 3 Sieve
> !Mr. Haile. Jacksonville .
PHONE 218 offer the people of Starke
dish PEAS 16 oz. can 2 for 39c 13 Ft. Gold Seal Congoletum antiArmstrong and Mrs. t. II. Huzcn and, Come In and "Test Drive"a41e1&tiN
; Quaker Linoleum at son, Hugh, of Jacksonville were COLONIALFLORIST tendlrlnlty, one of the most
Hart Furniture Co. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

IGARETTES, Carton 1.99 !Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight A. E. McKinney modern and finest equlppetd :f.11' FORD I

spent Wednesday. in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr.
Jerome Johns. of Starke and and children< are moving Monday welding shops anyuhere.

George Roberta of Lawtey who from Water street to St. Simon's All Work Guaranteed

are with the Naval Air Reserve Island, Ga. Mr. Mann an employee

:' and have been in training1 at the of Hercules Powder: Co., FLOWERSFOR SMITH'S GARAGE Andrews Motor Co.

Jacksonville Naval Air Station for has been transferred to the Isrunb, ALL, OCCASIONS
the: past two weeks were trans- wick Ga. home office. AND MAt IIINI-: SHOP
ferred Sunday to the Anacostla Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews had
Air Station In Washington D. C.I as their weekend guests Mr. and Temple' Ave. Starke
for a 90 day advanced training Mrs. Virgil Mathews and daughter ,

O program. Patsy and Mr. and Mrs. Dillon
E. L. Matthew. Is In Tallahassee Whlsler-v and children of Neptune ft
today and tomorrow attending the Beach.

AT KOCH'S DRUG STORE first men's annual Short Southern Course Newspaper at Florida STRONG'S.Never Go Wrong at DISH POTTERY GARDENS SO EASY TO USE SO EASY TO OWNITHE

State University. had
Mr. and Mrs. William Norris

VALUESUnheard Of" at an their Sunday guests their POTTED PLANTS

STER RABBITS 1.98 up STRONG'S. daughter Mrs. Augusta Hlllman
I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Saula had as and daughter-in-law Mrs Bruce FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE rI!IIm.m -

their weekend guests, Mr. and Dodd and daughters, Patricia and

ter Napkins 15c pkg. Mrs. J. W Swafford and daughter Jane of Ocala.
Linda Sue, and Mrs. L. E. We carry a fine quality shoe Nona St Starke REMINGTON -
and Norris of Ronnie
Pope Bedley Tampa. for your baby or child at
ter Plates -------C pkg. Mr. and Mrs. D. Christiano and Donule.
children Lynn and Peter, of
____ _______ i here the PORTABLETYPEWRITER .
Darien, Conn. will\ arrive ,
ter Cups 15c end of the week to- spend two s.
- pkg. 4l r
weeks visiting Mrs. Christlano'i THEATRESTARKE. _

parents, Mr. and Mrs. V S. St. n u

ter Egg Dye lOc John. .

I Mrs. Laura Tison. Mrs Ben "
Rowland and daughter Kay, spent Dedicated To Community Service WITH AMAZING a

ster Grass lOc I Saturday In Gainesville -Movie* Are Better Than Ever" MIRACLE TAB

Capt. A. J. Cone of the GalnesI -

dy Filled t I vllle National Guard was the Sunday Sat.. March 10 ONLY I Tues., March 13 ONLY + r;' r
I dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. a pt

ster Rabbits 29c up P. D. Reddish. TERRiR. ,....--- t
I See the I)''aln Brassiere at Iton .
ale Donnlc. ""'f) fit them all." or
Jter Panorama Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and son TIE

Steve were weekend guests of TRUrATIMOl ,

g 25c 98c 1.49 Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reyes In Jack I I I i 1 l lr r ., .stops sets. from sad clean keyboard* tahutator level

sonville. with a dick: of the "n. ".
olate Marshmallow) Mr. and Mrs. Jack the M. weekend Wigginsof -SHVtCMI'VKfflttBflMnMwMwweNttan W!'" C>
Jacksonville spent
: pot ,
with Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong. -- AND USE OUR NEW
gs lc and Sc Also "Strife with Father" and
had their
The Herlongs also aa 91LL ELUOTt
r$ I Sunday guests, Dr and Mrs A, B'I \\WIID a Latent New.

hitman's & Hollingsworth Chapman of Jacksonville. I TYPEWRITERCLUB
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Wed.. March 14 ONLY

BOXED CANDY v and Mrs. Dell Colley were business I, i
visitors In St. Petersburg last

Friday. PLAN
GIFTS for Everyone at

: 1 ,
&tfo CARDSC / Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walawrlght
fess Up For Easter
and family visited the Stephen
Yes, by using our new Typewriter dub Plan
White Spring.Sundsy.
Memorial r l lIi'
Foster world'.
will the
VISIT Ii', s small down payment put
ou: / portmble-the All New Remingtoninto -
Kite and Mrs Guy I /rrB 511547 tt.Ial thaws I finest
J. R. Lest Nf'W"
; Mrs. Also home nor/1 -and you have a full
JEWELRY a' Andrews were in Lexington N. C'j Loral Riddle Show at Evening year your to psy the balance plus a small carrying
on business over the Performance charge. So why wait-come In and test typo
nd COSMETIC Mrs. M L. Lawson and .0n'l Plus "Atom Man va. Superman"Serial this: portable beauty toclay-uy the new,emclu- -

Marvin and Mrs. Wilma Dork- and "Lran's Bmy" Cartoon I eatures....Amazing Miracle Tab...Gp Ure-
Fri. Mar. IS 16 live
visited Mr. ,
Billy & Ribbon
.taded and son. proof Finger Fitted Keys..Simplified
Lawson's parents Mr. and Mr.' Sun, Mon. Mar. 11, 12 """-'"'' J orunuy'' Changer large Office Site Platen. Super

Oren Welch In Dade City on Sat = 85? Strength Frame...AND MORE! It cant be t
urday and Sunday. fanaDONNEGmNNESS matched for beauty of printwork-beauty of
Mrs Havana John .pent last t'' I I i iI I ; color and design-and it's jusc the right size for

week in Lake City her j e i r7IGaLoiz I i fastest best typing performance-TRULV
aunt Miss Octavla Andrews and THE ONLY OFFICE TYPEWRITER IN Complete with DeluxeJitrgagetype

K o H S uncle Mr E.and B. Andrews Mra. Fred. !bfanirJacksOnvllfe of PERSONAL SIZE! carrying case.

were Sunday guests

rug Department Store of Mr..and Hogan bi' In Harold Smith st. Omy.Mrs. underwent Vincent'sHospital rg ee vJ"i
an operation >> ,
I Air and 4rs. R. J. Davis spent I II Latest NJW I I
Saturday In Green C"+e

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!, 1 1I Soe the1'ortabla
his friends at his home that eve Lake Butler visited friends and IlE:
'L I I II Ii relatives here last Saturday night. GENEVA GRAHAMBy Typewrlte'County ,r
t HAMPTON ning.Mrs R C Gray. Jr. spent Wednesday BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas of PINE LEVEL LAKE vantage'! Telegraph of. Afi B

t r and Thursday of last week I Lake City spent Saturday after- By Mrs.' II. M. \IcRae! Ky Blanche Cunningham Mr". John McKInnyRev. convenient a "'.n'IIII'd' '-rj!
1 By Mm. M. C. S".nf'yBirth in Aluchua Hospital, Gainesvillefor i By ha Mae LeninBut noon with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. portablo Iii,.

a medical observation. I Lewis. Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular Friends of C. J. ("Dad") For- Boom of Palatka will start
Celebration G
) Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Chastaln and Mrs Z J Davis and Mrs P. O. Hayes and Stella Mae Iv
I Twenty-two (ruests attended the and daughter Sue were shopping' tons, Stftnlf and Harold of Ft. and son of Gainesville and Mrs. appointment at Pine Level sythe, will be glad to learn he is a weeks' meeting at the Christian
party of Ruth Marie Perry, on Friday in Jacksonville last Friday. Bragg. North Carolina were the I II Nora Sapp were dinner guests of Baptist Church last Sunday morn- somewhat Improved and had, been Church In Graham March 12.
afternoon at her country iSrhuol 1 NewsA I guests of Mr and Mrs. Q. W., Mrs. Guy Harrell Sunday. Ing with 199 In Sunday School. moved from the hospital to the Everyone Is Invited to attend.
home honoring her eleventh birthday outdoor funny'thing' happened in the Davis. over the weekend Mr and Mrs. R. J. Waters and The young people met at the home of his daughter, Mrs J. J. Mrs F. T. Abernathy will celebrate -

anniversary. Amusing home room of the seventh and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Stokes i Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Waters of her 73 birthday Sunday,
games were enjoyed with I Church Youth Meeting at 6 p. m. Snow in Sarasota. "Dad" fell re
grades last week. For two the weekend Dundee the weekend with
eighth of Dundee spent spent March 11 with a birthday dinner,
prltes awarded the following top whole days every time the teacher with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H'i Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and ; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Groover otBrooklll' cently and broke his hip. her friends are Invited to attend. MIIlRbFREE(
; contestants: Norma Jean Jones, in book she would :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs James Andaer,
opened a find a E. Stokes.Mrs. family. I were visiting Mr. and and children
Mrs. John McKInny
the Earleen Naz-
Worth in the game stunt showoff andDudlf'Y beautiful handkerchief tucked between Guy Harrell and daughter -I Mr. and Mrs Malcolm Lewis B. M. McRae Sunday. have as their house guests, Mr. home Sunday after I
the pages. No one seemedto in Fernandlnia and :Mrs. Howard Torrence of St. Returned
In the Regunls and Remonla and spent Sunday as J. C. Sapp of Hellbronn Springs
i round-up.Hardy clothespin know how the handkerchiefsgot : Mrs G. \V. Davis were In Gainesville guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. was a business visitor In this section Clair Shores, Mich.,'Mr. and Mrs spending: a week in Waiichula For Prompt FREE Re
there unless a good little on business Monday after- Cooke. They were accompaniedhome Monday. Carl Tiffin and baby daughter, with her father, Lee Youngblood of Dead, Crippled, &\\r"
Mrs. Hazcn Perry, mother of fairy slipped In at night and slyly by her sister, Mrs Vlenas Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake Geneva: Carolyn of Chatham, Ont. Canada, who underwent an operation last less Cattle
hid them in the books. Now what noon.Mr. Aftdaer of Friday. He seems to be improving. Horses, ]M
: the young honoree, served delicious and Mrs. L. M. Mott has as Jackson and little son Jimmie of spent Saturday night with Mrs. ,and Mr. and Mrs. George &
/ 1 birthday cake, cup-cook do you suppose happened to the their guest this week her mother Jacksonville who will spend a few H. M. McRae. Sarnla, Ont. Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughtonare Hop .
lea and peps!.colas at the close of children In this room. When they days with them. Call
I Mrs. Reta'Brown of Dunellon. Mrs. J. Norwicki, recently proud parents of a baby girl 132 StarJ
and Mrs. Nettles
Mr. Grady of ,
returned from the lunch room
the afternoon activiUea.11iaxwell Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis of
of visited her husband Nor-
:Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott Capt. born February 26 la Aluchua
there was candy on desk. Jacksonville and children were WE ALWAYS
Baby every afternoon Jacksonville spent the weekend wicki Fort Ga. At the emu
Hague spent Sunday at Benning !
visiting Mrs. Nettles' mother Mrs.Alma County Hospital The lady
know young
No how It
one seemed to
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and
Mr. and Mrs W H. Maxwell received with ;Mr.' and Mrs S. M. Mott and with present time Mrs. Norwlckt and Florida
word on Friday of the arrival got there unless a good little elf Miss Mary Mott. family. Starling Sunday and also two children are visiting her par has been named Marry Frances. Render.
J of their grand-daughter, slipped in when no one was look- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards of I Mrs. Lloyd Barry and daughtersHelen attended church here. ents Mr. and Mrs. J. Austin of I They returned home Friday, both INC.
1 Ing and gave candy top mighty and Frances were shoppingIn The people of this section are
Brenda Sue, who was born Thursday Ft. White were visiting Mrs. Guy here. are doing; nicely.
March 1, to Corporal and nice group of boys and girls. This Harrell last Saturday. Gainesville Thursday afternoon. busy planting their gardens (
Mrs. Bruce S. Maxwell In Hopklns-' home room now has a new motto, J. K. Douglas of Starke and T. B. PInholster. Miss Lubedla Sidney Jackson of Starke,I I Mrs Wm. Nuttles and Miss
Ville, Ky. Cpl. Maxwell Is stationed -, It -Kindness: Pays Big Divi Malcolm Lewis spent Wednesday Plnholster Mrs. Rosa .PInholster Benny McRae andthe H. M. Mc- Lillian Gentry were business. call- I ..
e at neaby Ft. Campbell, Ky. dends. at Lake Lochloosa fishing, they and Rev Earl Willis attended the Rae's were dinner guest of Mr. and ers in Gainesville'Monday.Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Copeland of Sixty-six of our pupils were In reported good luck. funeral of Smiley Plnholster in Mrs. J. W. McRae Sunday. Charity Glisson and her
Dasher, Ga. and Miss Emma Lou some religious service last Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Paso Mott and Jacksonville last Friday. Rev. and Mrs W. E. Hall were sister, Mrs. Faith Turner are /improving
Nash, of Valdosta, Ga. were week- family of Gainesville spent Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were dinner from their recent Illness
guests of Mr. and Mrs
end visitors of Mr. and Mrs.' Lynn day.Tracy Jones, Norma Jean Jones; day afternoon here with friends dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp of Hellbronn Starke callers Monday were Mrs. HUNDREDS
Hall. and Earleena Norman were baptized and relatives.Mr. Edgar Dukes Sunday. Sunday. R. Forsythe, Mrs. A. Carlson and
Carl Dennison on the occasion last Sunday. and Mr. Dave Calney and Mrs. Rosa Lee Padgett and Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman and Mrs. -B. Cunningham.
cf his 19th Birthday, Wednesday .I Third and fourth grades have children and Lucian Stokes of children spent last weekend in son, Gerald of Hellbronn Springswere Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe were 'f of details are managed and economi.
Feb. 28, entertained a number of underway a unique art project. Palatka spent<< the weekend with Jacksonville as guests of her sister visiting Mrs. Norman's parents in White House Saturday callingon
They are making; animals out olboxes' I I their parents Mr. and Mrs Gent Mrs. Ruby Scott. the H. M. McRaes Saturday their old friends Mr. and Mrs. J. 4! cally attended that only a trained and(
Stokes. Pvt. E. W. Hodges, Jr. of Fort Peterson.. recently_ down from._ __
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott Jackson S. C. was a weekend afternoon. n.. u I organization can attend when
spent Ellwood Pa.Mr
The fifth and sixth grades have City, l.careful
At Us Thoroughly last Saturday at Santa Fe Lake guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs.E. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick anddaughtl'r
been doing some finger' paintingand W. and :Mrs. Ray Nuttles of need for serving is at hand
fishing. Kathy and mother, Mrs.Sue .
Wash Your Clothes stenciling.The Weaconett Were recent callers of
Pfc. W. C. Davis of'Fort Jackson

Mr. and Mm. J.V. Thomas and
seventh and Myrick of Lake Geneva were Mrs.Wm. Nuttles, (Mr. Nullies'mother
eighth grades family had at their guests partof S. C., Pvt. N. G. Hayes of
9 Pounds are practicing on a play to be last week her sister, Mrs Pete Camp Rucker, Ala., and Eldridge visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick ). DeWITT C. JONES
given some Ume in April. The Indications Parris and baby Webster. Hayes were visiting Mr. and Mrs. In Gainesville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck and
For 40c! are that this will be one M. O. Harrell chairman of the E. W. Hodges and family Sunday.Mr. 4-H daughter, "Kathy" of Pine Level Phone 7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance.
of the most amusing plays ever' way.County
and Mrs. C. M. Chambers of .
FREE Bleach If Desired I IUH Board of County Commissioner'sreturned and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick
Agent T. K. McClane
given at this school. The eighth home from Jacksonville are spending this Funeral Director l
grade has a lot of talent this year Friday night week with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. came out to start the boys in 4-H and baby of Gainesville spent the Smi!
the State Convention held at Miami
: and are anxious to make this playa last week. Hodges. work and all are trying to "make' day recently with their mother, Our local funeral home enables ua to offer convenience,i
great success Ishamel Hayes of Gainesville, Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. E. J. 'the best better". Mrs. Sue Myrick.Mr. services not otherwise available.We .
We win The seventh grade is developing. formerly -Brooker, left for the Lewis and Allen Lewis were in Brooker Is striving to have the and Mrs. Harold Nuttlesof
an Interesting unit in science on' U. B. Army last Wednesday. We Gainesville on business Thursday highest percentage of any com-
t Dry Your Clothes socks. Many natural specimenshave hope him the best of luck. He lea afternoon. munity In going to camp this Bradenton spent the weekend) furnish the highest type service at lowest prlcet, i
been collected and classified. There are several confined to year. with Mrs. Wm. Nuttles, mother
brother of Mrs. Guy Harrell. accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by if\
For 20c The eighth grade science classIs Roswell Kelley of JacksonvilleIs theIr homes with Flu. We hopeto The next meeting will be held of Mr. Nuttles. On Sunday all wentto I company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral
developing a unit on the areas spending this week here with see them up and out again soon. March 15 and a perfect attendance : Wesconett to visit with Mr. Consultation carries no obligation.
In New Automatic Drier! of limited rainfall. Many drawIngs his mother, Mrs. Doris Kelley and 4-11 CLUB :NEWS is desired. Nuttles' brother Ray and wife.
have been made to be shownon family. The last 4-H Club meeting was 1-
the opaque projector. Mrs. Z. I. Davis and Mrs. G. W. held Thursday, March 1, in the
Do you wonder why there Davis were in Lake Butler on school building. Miss! Rosa gave
wasn't any school news last week T business Saturday afternoon.Mr out several kinds of record booksat
The WasheteriaTemple The school reporter was absent on and Mrs. Earl Green and this time, and the members discussed All
j account of the Illness of her grandmother -I daughter Lina Gale visited friends the club's exhibit. STARLING .. BELOW
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At The TabernacleComing I Church of ChristCorner -- -- Raiford and Lawtey afternoon! Bill Monroe Heads
Mrs. W N North Billy North ,
Bridge Club Meeting I'
10th and McMahon STATE FARM
meetings at the Taber- With red-bud, narcissi and azaleas and Mrs. Nolle Beavers were I Stage Show Cast
nacle will include one with RevJ Bible School10 A. M Hy Dirs. Bryan Whltflrld' I placed to accentuate the guests of Mr and Mrs. H. O. At Park ThursdayBill
C Depew a missionary to Hatll,, Prea'hlng-11 A. M and 7:30: beauty of her home Mrs J. O Davis, Jr. In Tallahassee Sundayand
on March 23 at 7:30: p. m. P. lor, Da"h.I.yon" Godwin entertained the State Monday. Monroe, together with his

Last Friday evening Rev. W. S. Prayer Meeting: and Bible Study Mr. and Mrs A C. Davis of the Farm Bridge Club Thursday afternoon Mrs Nancy Crews ot Baker "Blue Grass Boys", will bring their
Matheiiy Jr. of Greenville S. C. each Wednesday 7:30: p M. State Farm announce the engagement of last week. Before the progressions County was the ,guest of Mr and
old-time hymns and music to tho r
I delivered a timely message on Everyone welcome. and approaching marriage of' she served strawberry Mrs A. C. Davie from Friday until -
"Revival". He spoke to the youth their daughter, Joyce, to Johnny I short-cake with coffee to her Sunday. She was accompaniedhome Park Theatre for a special one g
Church Baptist ChurchAn meeting Saturday night: on Sunday ST. !MARK'S EPISCOPAL I Junior( ) Lyons son of Mr. and guests. Prize winners were Mrs by her mother, Mrs. America day only stage show on Thursday
morning brought a forceful Rev. Fred Yerkes ;will conductthe I Mrs.' J W. Lyons of Macclenny. Herbert Thomas who had high Rhnden. who had been visiting I March 15.Monroe. i '
hrst Methodist Church of I invitation is extended to( all message on "Faith of Our Friday evening services Wedding plans will be announced I crone, Mrs C. M Turney who had Mr and Mrs Davis for the past has been on the Grand
[ cordially! invites you to' to hear the exposition of the Ninth Fathers", and concluded his series through Lent at 7:30: o'clock. Inter. The bride-to-be Is a student second high and Mrs. Dennis two weeks. Ola Opry for 10 years and hat
sunday March 11.In I' Commandment as brought by Rev Sunday night with a discourse on Sunday School at 0:45.: at Bradford High School. Starke Fanciier. who was lucky In bingo. ,Accompanied. by their guests for made many Decca records with
on School begins at 8:45: a. Lewis Halnes at the First Baptist "The Most Horrible Subject". Sunday morning services will and the prospective groom is In i Their respective awards were a the day. Mr. and Mrs L. C Tay- his "Blue Grass Quartette" A
Lclal invitation Is extended'I' Starke. These Sunday morning It was a pleasure to have Billie be held each Sunday at 11 A. M. business with his father In' scarf soap and a memo-pad. I lor of Lake Butler, Mr and Mrs. trio from this same group recordsfor
to attend the Men's messages on the Decalogue have, begin his ministry in his old hometown with a visiting minister Rev. Macclenny. I' Community Club Meeting. W. A. Knight attended the celebration Columbia under the well-known ,
men which U taught by C. been preached to Increasing num:' and friends came from surrounding Fenderson of Penney Farm will Illrthdiiy Party The Club Room was beautifullast of the Golden< Wedding. anniversary name of "Shmiandoah Valley Trio"
|.ltt89 bers. The 11 o'clock message will be territory to hear and conduct the services on the first Saturday evening, March 3, Mr.; Tuesday afternoon for the I of Mr. and Mrs. John Classic In the folk music field!
{in, worship "Lying and the Bible". The greet him. The Tabernacle sponsors and third Sunday cf each month. and Mrs. E. A. Griffis complimented i regular meeting of the CommunityClub. I Burnett In Sanderson Sunday aft- are :Monroe's "Mule Skinner'
|l o'clock morning combined choirs will be dIrectedby predict for Billie an evangelistic their daughters, Ovedla and Azaleas against a back- ernoon. Blues", "Kentucky Waltz", "Mem
IS held In the Starke Mrs. Lucile Green with Mrs. ministry equal to the lead- Christian ChurchThe Loedith, with a party at their I ground of colorful and dainty wild! Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck of Pa- ories of You" and many others.
s Club during the con- Mona Canova at the Hammond. ing evangelists of today. home The event marked the near II blossoms ant. greenery enhancedits latka spent the past weekend with His' singing style Is that of the
of the new Sanctuary. Sunday evening the Pastor's Miss Lehman former missionaryto First Christian Church the by birthday anniversaries of the charm. The Club president, Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas real mountain flavor which Is so!
fhomas n a. Mitchell will message will be the third require. India spoke briefly Sunday "friendly\ church" In the heart of honorees and they were the recipients I Mrs. R. P. McLendon, directed an I :Mr.: and Mrs. Sanford Rftch and desired by folk music lovers.
I the ment for a successful revival titled night of her experiences there. town, extends a welcome to all to of lovely gifts The Griff- open discussion that developed I their son, Gene of Gainesville wore This Sunday through Tuesday
I Sunday morning Woods on My I "Pray". Congregational sing Mrs. Vlrgle C. Avery of Hum- worship at all services is home was a lovely setting for plans for civic and charitable pro. I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.1V. the Park will show Walt Disney's
'Into the church! ing will be led by the piano-organ. bolilt Nebr. was welcomed Into the Bible School begins at 10 a.m. the party. Arrangements of native' jects. Mrs. L. A Shepherd and Bitch Sunday. production of the Robert Louis
I\VpnV The evening In the Edu- duo with Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Tabernacle group Sunday, as she with C. W. Colson as superin Spring bloBnoms were placed at Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde served sandwiches Mr. and. Mrs. J. 0. Godwin hail Stevenson classic, "Tr asure Ialand" .
[ will be held I Mann. This will be "Mrs. Marinelast expects to make her home In tendent. A new class has been organized ; points of Interest with the dining with coffee during' an Informal las their visitors last weekend Mr / .
i Building at 7:30: p. m. Mr for married couples.So social hour. Quests on this.
Starke. young I room table as the piece de resistance
I Sunday before moving tc I and Sirs Garland Godwin of Pa-
sub- Familiar to millions In book
preach on the to attend Bible occasion two Farm visitors,
n will everyone plan of the decor. Covered .;wIth e were '
Brunswick, Ga. The Youth Choir latka.
She Meaning of the Cross The Children's Bible Hour meet- School this Sunday and bring I white linen cloth and centered Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Tnllaasee, f form, this exciting story of piracy
will under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Townsend
sing Ing got off to a good start Wednesday
I Special music will I someone with I Alabama and Mrs. D. M. Nix of .
(Lives Jones you. with a low floral piece It held: the and their son Tucker and Charles and treasure, was filmed In technicolor
George i afternoon and It Is hoped that I
I shed by the youth choir. Morning Worship Services begins traditional cakes. Topped with 14 Commerce Georgia. Thornton of Ocala visited Mr. and against, authentic backgrounds
School meets at i:45 more children will attend from
Keillor and Intermediatet Sunday : at 11 a.m., when the minis- lighted tapers Ovedla's was In Enroute to their home In Orlando : Mrs. Dave Thornton last week- has
with E C. Mann Jr. week to week. Miss Noegel I I In England/ and a
Youth Fellowship meets as Superintendent -! pre- ter will speak on "One Thing :Is blue and white and Lnedith's with after visiting relatives in end. Additional Sunday visitors''
Mr. Mann: has led the' pares something different each carefully selected cast headed by
,day evening at 6:30: p. m Needful". The Lord's Supper la its 12 tapers, was In pink and North Carolina, Mr and M.rs. Lyle of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton were Mr. '
lung\ people also enjoy ahp school for nearly three years during week and It Is all designed for served at 11:15.: white. The cakes were balanced A. Noland and their daughter. and Mrs. L. L. Thornton and their Robert Newton as Long John
hour following the whlih time there has been their spiritual welfare. Evening services begin at 6:30: with pretty appointments and Meredith Ann, spent the past daughters and Howard Lane of Silver, and the young star Bobby
[service great growth and It la with regretwe p.m. with Christian Endeavor. streamers In keeping with the weekend with MX.\ and Mrs. A. C. Archer and Mr, and Mrs Andrew Drlscoll, as the cabin boy Jinx
i meetingble see him transferred to Brunswick -,' Evangelistic services at 7:30: chosen color scheme reached from Davis. Crows of Lake Butler Hawkins.
.dd-week Study prayer Is held every Ga. Training Union gathersat St. Edward's CatholicRev. p.m., subject: "What the Lord's the chandelier to the corners of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and
flay evening at 7:30.: You 6:13: with J, T. Lawson director' William H. Neuhaus Pastor Supper Teaches" the table. Outdoor games affont Bradley and his little daughter, their son Wendell of Jacksonvillewere ("It.Kelt OF JESUS: CHRIST
< Invited to attend. and Unions for all ages 'I Prayer meeting each Wednesday ed entertainment and refreshments Melanie and Miss Carolyn Bradley "guests, of Mr. and Mrs. W OF LATTKItIY' SAINTS!
tally( Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. at 7:30: p.m., now studying the consisted l of "hot-dogs" and cake spent Saturday with relatives In A. Knight last weekend. (!MOIIMON) I
i evenings at 7:30: the church Daily Mass at 8:00: a m. Book of Acts. Bring along your with coca colas Those attending Jacksonville. They were accompanied Sunday, Mrs. P. S. Crews and Sunday School 10 a. m.
Is engaged in the study of Soul Confessions Saturday 7:30: Bibles and study together the 12th this celebration Included boys and home by Mr. and Mrs. Jim- 1011'''. C. I). Sellers and her daughters Sacrament Service 6:30: p. m. in
(POLICY Winning Books for all age groups. 8:30: p. m. and before all Masses Chapter. girls from the State Farm Starka mie Bradley and their baby daughter Patricia and Emma lour, Masonic Hall on Call St., Starke.
Anyone interested In personal Children's Catechism Classes, The public N cordially Invitedto Hawthorne Pine Grove, the Evergreen Gloria Jean of that city who visited Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shawin A cordial welcome Is extended to
soul-winning Is Invited to these Saturday 10:00: a. m. any and all services. Community, Lake Butler were their guests until Saturday La Crnsse. all.
Adult Religious Instruction
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found by those who seek to find p. m. The public Is cordially In

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evenings at 800.:
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v B. E. Simmons, n. D., Vicar Sunday School, 9:45: A. M. \ i r ,

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PAUL LIUILT Foster songs in wmcn me muu ...iii-ba furnlahed with each propouaL. By Haven Cr, ." 0' "
'Going Places'To Children's Home ence Is asked to participate bysinging. Plans and/or proposal. will h. T. Frank Liu-cl .. 1),,,
; 7 Farmers AdvisedTo furnlnhed" Qualified Contractor* Atlyn. for pifIn -1.
I' Operation Just In Case Gives PresentedBy Makes AppealFor upon application to this office tot II
I Be is no admission to the which will be refunded deceit Conrt.
LikeThe Sign Up There the um of 15000 B

m... An Idea Of What The Real Thing Is For ACP Payments OES March 15 Easter GiftsThe Memorial Park although a parkIng Plan and If a regular specification bid Is submitted may be Lloyd riorldnl R. I.Bran t'I'' ?..""dt"f

that of 23 cents per car Is for the Caret W ; itt
unit Captain Ingram stated Society of fee purchased from this office BmrOrder '"r" ; :
local national guard Ten scenes, Including Impersonations children's Home There Is ample room for of 150,OQ for' each proposed con !
combinedwith big i um .
; recent weekend schooln Bradford County farmers wer Its State Headquarters charged. liauedunleHH Of Po..",.. i 1.I
: recently In Operation of and radio! Florida which has banks of the tract.. No propoxal will ",..
has been engaged screen the
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the weekend training payIng notified this week by County Jacksonville Is making picnic parties requests are received at least Appear STA-II-J: or. PLt!
in Case." Some visible stars will be featured In the in River and the Museum to openln bid.*. Mai-KAi-st W Hi "
"Just rich dividend In the Improvement T. K. McClane that the time appeal fot Suwannee X4 hours prior "l.,. ,,,,
Agent for urgent Easter total for each I h. Unknown ni>] ,.i,
show scheduled an three-di All bids must show
evidence of their activities can of the personnel militarily.In has come to sign up In the 1951 "Going Places" of kind children Building with its eight Item and total amount of bid lnert- dress. IN: p. o. n '

be had on any of the next few addition to this local guard Agriculture Conservation Pro: Thursday and Friday March 19: foodstuff every kind and size mensional animated dioramas depicting ed on the cover of the* proposal.The Pleasant.. Now I, If.,
USO auditorium.The wearables of every will be U ronerved to( reject You, are rociul
past the local proud of the fact 16. In the Foster songs open rlirht
weekends by driving leaders are quite funds. which April 9th. 1961 h1
gram.In bids.MTATfi
particularly or all ,
armory where the khakllads will that three men form the unit are order to be In the 19S1 big variety show la being, and needed right now. according both before and after the concert. any ROAD DEPARTMENT Court and 'au ,
their sponsored by Star Chapter No. are badly Memorial Is located on U. seeks. dlvort tt ,
be busy working to Improve attending regular establishment It Is l necessary for farmers State The OF FLOHIOA. j
The local company school Sergeant RobertA. program that they 22-1 OES and is a home talent to the long-time 8. Highway 41, 12 miles north of Alfred A. McKethan, Chairman" relief.. t"rRiurl l .' -
; military akllla. training to sign a statement Marcus C."Daddy" Mum P. Ttirnbull, State Hlsrh- shall publish th '*
$ for the next radio repair show built around the lead charac Superintendent weekly Issue. .
(will be In the armory Owen Is attending wish to participate the county who recently completed Lake City.Blackjack way EnlJln..r. .
,. two weekend before moving out school at Camp Cordon Georgia agent said. This can be done I Ia In ters. Uncle Billy Watson a kindly Fagg fortieth, of service BID It 1116! Witness Starke, m.Flor hat -d< ,,
his year '
to Camp Blending for three week. Sergeant Rodney P. Hall is attending few minutes at the countagent's gentleman who Is blessed with a 56,000 homeless I Oaks e'Ar.LFOItIln'4ftll'l 1BS1 I,

ends with more adequate ,Draining radio school at Fort office In the court house, Will Rogers sense of humor and to well over and destitute > TO tuvritACTOHVHTAUKK. FFICIAL .- r. ,

Georgia and Corporal 8 a. m. I down-to-earth homespun philoso orphans neglected Revealed As SourceOf FLORIDA AlBy '
Kenning-, Monday through Friday children.Contributions Honlvd Mill will be received by Haven( "
--- Andrew J. Eaves is attending : to 4:30: m., and on' Saturday, Florida Paper the l"oard: of Public InstructIon of! Thas." U. 11 "
--- school at Fort Jackson phy.Uncle Billy Is portrayed as the of money should Sulphite Hradfnrd Cnunty Florida, at the office flulldlnir. JarkAltys. It.,
facilities.W.C. mechanics from 8: a. m. until noon. I of Public for Pit .
R. Superintendent
of the
T.V. Carolina.: : received morr sUtion master of Hometo.wn.I be sent to the State Treasurer it
i South Bradford farmers "There's gold In those scrawny Instruction In Mtarke, Florida up
The organization acquired a new< Ihan $17,000 for carrying out con- I S. A., who Is ending CO years of V. Covlngton at the above address. oaks." to 10 o'clock A.lIt.J.!. H. T., Monday In rlrrnlt mart. llrnai.Florlilst "M!
blackjack In
CVR-: Other highlights are Impersonations 'Articles other than cash should April 2. 1051 at whlrh time and f hiiii-i.r,.
E'fl"OU'f' officer Tecently when Mack S. rervatlon practice itt 1950. i service. State will be publicly Murll Jean Kurt
made by hhl received 'J
IF HALF' TilE USED TO TKY Futch was commissioned as s'' "I am sure that each farmer of Bob Hope Pro!. I be sent to one of the Home SodeLy's I I This remark was Travis Phillips of place I opened nil and* read aloud for furnlKhlnir Horn .John, KuitiOrder ,,,,,,

HKNTI.Y DEINO LIQUOR virtue of conservation i Quiz, and Al Jolson. four home-like Receiving, Representative .all material and labor andconHtructlnir
: Lieutenant by out enough
"CONTROL" TilE Second i will carry Jacksonville, Hernando County In a recent talk Of PuhllrntlnnAppear Sbt;
show In
TO I'UT INTO having completed an Army correspondence practices accldently to make High spot of comedy In the Homes located 1951 ADDITION OF SIX CUA.SS- S'l'tTrl: ItK. |Fluk
TRAFFIC. WERE DESTROY series in what Please arrives In the scene when "Ar Jol) Lakeland Pensacola and Miami. before a civic club. ROOMS: \Vllllam John Ki ,-
TO [ course I him eligible for a payment. i
: I here Is Unknown1You :
S TilE CRUSADE Mt'SINESH.: IT local officers believe to be record drop by the office the next time son" appears with a bevy of Holly The Home Society gave its cars His remarks are of Interest WHITE TO SCHOOL PLANT are requl

[ THK' ItOOZK W SO FAST" IT time. This fills all officer vac. 'I you are In town and sign up your wood starlets to make a personal and study to 1,546 Florida children because of the prevalence of this STAUKR.. STARKE, FLORIDA April 9th. IBftl a)
WOULD FOLD LEAKY A special train of and need during tree in this section of the State.Rpp. hid received after the upset- Court and IIU'a..k.
: I LIKE A ancles but there are still several farm for 1951. I am certain you' appearance. in distress Any b. considered. divorce ,d
WOULD LOOK COLLAPSING.UNION vacancies existing for enlistedmen. : will be benefited by it," the county conventioneers arrive and they are 1B51. There were 645 homeless and i Phillips told in detail of a fled time. and date will* not Telegraph. shall

BALLOON SK1NAL.FF.B. 1051)) Young men. Interested In attending I agent said \ met by the Mayor of Hometown. Irutmoving needy little ones under the care recent visit to the Research and i Each bid, must be accompanied bya In next four weWitnas i
I ( service schools. to furtherthem.elvea and side-splitting and study of the Society on January '' Engineering Division of the University certified of five check per or cent bid bond of the In base the Srarke, my Florid haral 'it,>

militarily are urged Allen dance called the "Hokeypokey"takes 1st last year, with new little !I of Florida where he saw amount bid nn KUHrantee that the bidder If 1 R1.

to investigate the opportunities May Blossom place during this scene. I tots In need being referred from i I demonstrations of the economical awarded. the contract will, withinten after (OFFICIAL A"PEAL('. ,,t I

offered by the local company. Leading In Contest Second and third grade pupils all parts of the State dally, according and profitable use of the blackjack written consecutive notice helnn calendar!given day of such ny Haven CAtty

cussTHEDrtMpiioin I Recent enlistments In the Jax' will\ appear In "The Kiddies Birth to "Daddy" Fagg. I oak In the making of sulphite award. enter Into a written. contract *. for Pit

For 'Miss Party", a scene In which Miss materials and for with the Hoard of PuMlo nut 1 ruction ,
company are Granvllle D. Priest day "Dup to the constantly increasing :| papers, plastic of Bradford County Florida. In ac- la Circuit Court llradfnrilKlorl.lll
M Kissinger will appear ns their shoes tannic acid used in tanning-processes. with-ha accepted bid and I. C hnam.ry.ilillred I Ii
William V. Priest Friends of May Blossom Allen, cost of all foodstuffs ordnnce i, \ :Mullani I
I IP: 'III fItMS Richard I.. Deese, Harley: and Mrs. Lee teacher and lead them In song. wearables are facing the 1 1I .srlve a contract. surety bond satisfactory ward J. Mullunt HI
R'IIOC R ...."I.. Clark daughter of Mr. 'I and" we to Raid. Board In .an Amount ""
.........-.....A-II "'... .......1....... Waldron, Joseph N. Warren Ken I Allen of Jacksonville will be Interested I Eleven of the second grade children most critical need we have known I II I He explained that the laboratory "1ttul to on. hundred per cent of Of lul..llnll. .. '
,0r.I..r n 'as a
I ,
.. I"" the story.of I
n..o."I"C'II .,,. ,.'...."."V.I.....>......:. 4Ih. !IIIn: neth D. Norman Calvin Grlffls, to know. that she Is the will\ pantomlne I I for years" said Superintendent I Is completing work on a proc. the contract.bidder. may price.No .withdraw his bid .\npear T110: til-. nu.

......t a. ,,"I. a YST1tM. John P. Clark and Laveme leading candidate for the title of Cinderella. 'IF3gg. I II ese whereby Florida scrub oaks i fnr n period of thirty day after thelate Edward J. Mullni-. ,
Into the and address Is
will\ be brought .
-. TiOOKKP.EPI: bIInNNCEv.rYthi' Wahlin. "MIsH' Jacksonville of 1951" In Variety employcs no solid may be used In the manufacture : set for the npenlnathereof. Otis, Brooklvn, "
l for email book show the use of a quiz program I The Society All work shall lie done In accordance
W you noml In on County connection with the Fifty Years of by will silver I I I bra, receives no support from the i;! of fine sulphite papers and point I with plan, specifIcatlnn Ton ere( ., requt
Prof. give Dili 1M1
Uradturd In which Quiz April
at to be held there are document relative
tI. It Relaxes Progress celebration Federal Government and ed out at present and contract '
175. Navy State or Court cauNrekir >
': dollars to those who answer his which may be examined. atISis .
'I'.I..r.h.SYRl'l..Ma" 2631. mills In the South thereto
Jacksonville March only two producing ; dlvorieTeleirrnph
ran* In will be "depends entirely on voluntary I office of the Superintendent nf
of tln..t C'I'd..u..r 1Ireey. ..t.t8anillo Quota Restrictions Up to date Miss Allen has sold questions correctly. Candy contributions. Every citizen such paper both of which \Public Instruction Starke, Florida, hnll
fortunate I In next four w
toP.! betW' tossed to those not \V. lloln, u.
per gIOfl Ht.k, yarfl, 4t On EnlistmentsIt more tickets to the pageant than church club, business firm, Js asked secure the necessary pulp from or at the office of Stanford. Florida. Witness. my hl.l.i.Rt in I
I''a enough to come up with the right Architect, Unlnesvllla,
... & lIun\.tnn of the other 32 candidates. I the North. Starke, Florid. 1tI
rh..r. "" Kolddollilr. any to give now if possible. lOll. ant of such plans and .
fur ...1. been on sale aniwer. oak made available and form for bidding
TIckets have placed
pl.ANTS hl"e "' 0140.000 \. was announced today by Include'I I With blackjack document (OFFICIAL PKALA A 1
. TOBACCO. "r..y..d. ..n".t IIIlIrell 15. or, Lieutenant Commander W. C In Starke at the Green Buick Co Other scenes In the show It will\ enable these mills tc may I be secured. by of Oenerul said office Contractors by C'lf 'I I 1 "I
the Fashion Contest from either .
10 itarkf Band
4 the Kitchen Baby Haven Cn r
By lp
r.adY i
.nora..t. of the will be appreciated If Starke I Florida and in of
H.. F. 1> VII' 3-9 Logan Jr., offlcer-ln-charge and it secure pulp from depoHltlnatherewith the sum T. Frank kandrut ;i,

5 ".'..nnar.1... = FloridaSouth Georgia recruiting friends will buy their tickets: thereso Scene Tickets and for the the Sultan's show Sweeties are on [ Will Be Feature all probability will lead to the money Fifteen, order Dollars, which. ((115.00)" deposit In cash wilt b or* Ally. for Plf iIn '

I district that the quota restrictions Miss Allen will get credit In the establishment of a fine paper mill submission, of a bona
isle at Koch's Drug Store. Adult Of OES Show' j r..fund..d1110" Circuit Court.. llr>dr>H|
KOTE on regular navy enlistments, have contest. j or mills In this state. I fide bid and return, of said plan KlorlUsi !. ( hsnfrrr.Murtln ..
PLASTI relaxed somewhat due to the The winning girl will reign al admission price Is 7Sc, Including I I plastic industry It and contract' documents. In rood condition Crea-llu! I' lii.'reglia .
been The growing
& Silikott tax. Children's tickets are 35c, A Baby content Is being held i within ten days after the ( n..f..ndn.- ('it.8Order
Paints, Enamels expansion of training facilities at queen over the Progress celebra- 1 with the variety also In need of vast quantities of i date set for opening; the bldi Any nf Pnbll tl Polishes the Navy Training Centers at San tlon to be held In the Gator Bowl, and will be sold only at the door. In conjunction such .wood for plastic and unlimited additional sets requested. for purpom's TATK OP FIn
Proofer( show Going Places" which Is being other than the submIssion of Anna rreula wh toO
Insect Killer, Moth Diego Great Lakes and Newport. and the highlights of her reign will sponsored by Star Chapter opportunities await the development -', a bid will be furnished at the actual'net addres Is: Varek Ye55A.

AtFARM Young men 1731who: can meet be the Queen's Ball In the Duval Basketball Over of the pulp wood Industry of duplication but without r.. Dlnjano. Polo Tn'"< j
t No 224 O. E. S. The big. variety i fund. You are required ti at>i p.1t I19th
1fr HOME the physical and mental requirements County armory March 30. show will\ be presented Thursday from scrub or blackjack Bidders' qualification. must. besHtlsfuctory 1961. In the ll i ive nirl

for entrance into the navy Miss Allen's mother will be remembered BHS Athletes and Friday March 13: and 16 at oak of which this state has an to the Board of Public divorce.and cause Bradford wherein" .unty'l plain"!

Auto Supply and who tiave not received their here as May Blossom I Turn To Baseball the U. S. O. Auditorium. Show abundance. Florida.Instruction of Bradford County shall publish this Order liweekly .
& Williams of the well-known pro- ""ue..
notice for pre-lnductlon physical The Board of Public Instruction
time Is 8:03: p.m. Witness my hand. and iat
!. HADIOC.ri4rIII.e. should contact their navy recruit Jeaslonal acting family that for but contestfor of. Bradford County Florida Fe.Irrvea Starke, Florida tIll '
Is the
tCFl Basketball season over contestants In
The .
.. .
1'' "'" headquarters I. flrralt Court nmrtforil teensy'lorIdS the rla-ht to waive Informalities
: IIAI>)>I.PH.vo."A..:. .. ...... er In Room 444, Post Office BuildIng many years made their activity In school now centers: on : the small fry are up to the In t'".*.....,.. i, In any bid and to reject any. or I 111\1.(OFFICIAL 1981. SRAM Ail
...,:..USC..11 In down town Jacksonville. In Starke. Friends here Kenneth Fredrick MacDonald. Plaintiff all bids. A. Clerk ofuf
Monday the
.... baseball practice opening I of 6 and polling
tIlu'I.:" .. ".. 11. will be "pulling" for Miss Allen to age years vii. helen O,rtrud.. MucUonuld, The Pnurd of Publlo Instructionof Bv Haven Crosby. Dwf
("o..t "M4tflRTIITAY afternoon under Coach Hobba with places for them are located In Defendant. Bradford County Florida T. Frank I.andrum StarkilAttys.
order -
-) I ,CAI$3 jhmera; u'4hODI);. Better stock up while you ran! win the Jacksonville contest. 32 boys signed up as Interested in I'' the stores of the leading merchants Order Of PuklU-nllo. Aid C....*Notice No. B31 Top $ By H.Secretary.P. Morgan I for Pit.

takin at a-all PYlH1. File Folders, "'U..r and legal ",..e.Oradfo..1 .reporting out. In Starke. It Is 1 cent a vote' to .\. ...., H'l'ATK OK KI.OHIO>> Toi 89| St *|JJIn

Phon. U-J. houa. County Telegraph. Rites TuesdayFor Track workouts started Monday I select the most popular boy and Helen' Gertrude MacDonald whom _____ '
t'I mod.1 & with All small r..ld..Ie.819. Wllhelm Street, rfrralt Coorl. Bradford County, A.C.W'
;' tlAItJ-I"51 with 1 :showsr.ccCpt Mrs. Forsyth In the physical ed department girl of Tiny Tot Land. Baltimore 13. Maryland: florid I. Cknnrrrr.Virginia Mr.

trailer\ totIet.oonP$2.t00 WI t.ItP a large number of boys getting in children of Starke are Invited to You are required to appear on Katherine. Fain. Plaintiff

I HuNit furflItUTC tI part. & r... shape for the Florida Relays toe be contestants. April 9th 1U61, In the above named v*. Alfred Hush Fain Defendant.. Watchmaker FiAt
some ., a-t Mrs. Vlnda Grlffls Forsyth. 81, Court and canes, wherein plaintiff Case No. 302
held at Gainesville March 31. for the winners ; Watch FJ
There are prizes ..... GRUEN
a resident of Starke for the past 30 .k. divorce. Bradford County Order Of Pnhllmllon And Nntlr* r*
Fon IIALE- Twenty high school teams and who will be announced at Telegraph ehall publish this OrderIn Appear. HTATM Or FLORIDA Tat'
RATHKH ESTATE anil bath: t b..d-, FreeLDS. years died Sunday at her home 17 college teams are slated to compete the filial night of the show. March next four weekly I....UB.. Alfred Hugh. Fain whosa residence. is now in chargtf
room hous* dlnlnv .room i east of town after being In fallIng Witness. my hand and official seal and address I. Unknown Depir
1 rcmrn. lot In this annual event. 16 and will be awarded In a Watch Repairat
1 rooms. living bath on oornar health for time. She ;was prizes at Starke, Florida this March7th. Ton are required to appear on
kitchen. additional and lulu.. Propertylocated and some The boys wound up the current clever scene "The Kiddies Birthday 1551.OFFICIAL. i April 8th 1851 In the above named
; and six. Washington disturb born in Clay County, November when loot ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Court find cause. wherein' plaintiff
basketball slate
oo..n..r they
on Stark. Do not 28 1870. Her parents were the Party", .... Clerk of Court "seek divorce, custody. and control
Watir 8m. In Int.rst. <>d to Fletcher. High School last'hursday Any child up to the age of 6 By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk and support of minor children. MARLINlFactory
tonant writ Mr. }t. O. \\ .rtl..1 late John and Mary Revel Grlffls. 43-38 in the seml-tlnsls enter. The mother will place Kvnn T.Kvan A Neal D Kvann, Jr., Bradford. County Telegraph shall.
clean* Highway, \ \ She was a member of the may 10.1 iJiw Rxrhana-e. Building publish thl Order In next four Servi
,- ftn 8. Dial of their Sub-district Two tourna a jar with a slit In the cover of Jaokxonvlllo, Florida.. ..reskty Issue. .

Fla. iuallty Florida Baptist Church. ment. the jar for voting purposes, In any Atty for Pit. all! U also| Witness mv hnnd and official sent l 126 Court St.-i St
1.C.II"nl < for SugarWITII Surviving are five daughters, tRtark., Florida thin March 8th.
: raily of 10-12
FOH HAl-K Pepper Plant .*... or, Mrs Williams Jacksonville The win-loss column store of her selection In Starke. !. Clrcalt Ccnrt. Bradford County.Klorldai 1 BlJl. ,
Otant. .-.!? March. ItD Agnes was not a "bright spot", but with She will\ also attach a small snapshot I. tb...<-<-,,.. (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas
i..b IIL" ; Mrs. Ruby Bradley. Mrs. Hattie Johnson McCoy Plaintiff "".
Ip. three tenth grade boys as regularsthis of the child to the jar which
Fred Anderson McCoy Defendant.Caae
; ANY Alma Lurck Mrs. Ethel McCool
d'tR year and good reserves up or not be decorated.others No. lifliOrder
: may may
F plaflt Mart0be; Uood .quallt read I 1 and Miss Eunice Forsyth all of from Coach. Ingram's Junior High [ should contact Mrs. Evelyn -I Of P.bllr.ll.. And. Vetler ToAnM II ALVAREZ' :ains ::
.. 1111 STORE
, .k transplant. plan Mitri-h. at 12th Mlnnl.I.lm..n' 1'10. PHILCOREFRIGERATOR Starke; three sons, Tommy For. squad next year's team will shoot Wise Baby Contest Chairman. Fred nv Anderson KTATH McCoy OF PI.whoa OH II)\...Tol...1.
for Jacksonville Vasco Forsyth
mile east of Ito syth ; for higher things. to receive a card to place withthe denc tie Unknown:
i ? piac* _.--1 1I'OR Starke and Ben Forsyth Chatta- You are required to appear on
$ _._._' - Jack Hazen led his teammates jar and to be certain their
__ April Dttl. 1951 1. In the above na..drnnrt
hoochee two brothers Smiley
", cu. on ; In the column. In a total en-tered.
IALF.-13 Blarl' scoring Children are properly and cause, wherein plnlntlff'
from ONLY I
1'10 mIl Aer. Limited Time Grlffla Jacksonville and Ell Grita. 'of 22 Hazen scored 271 seeks divorce. Bradford Countyloarnnh
Land per games. Cards be obtained at Barks- .
$40 may .
Ro.d. liP'lIA ..h..ll ...,bl'M"' thin
81.ndlnll .... Graham; two sisters, Mrs. Order
oints, and Connie Clark looped The SHOP
Alva. dale's Store. DRAPERY
l .. K t Department In next four weekly Issues.YVi .
man' blc.l.n PRICED annie Prevail Lawtey and Mrs. la 214. counters. The team as awhole The contest will begin this (Friday 'n"H,, mv Hand ind .fflct, <*1 neat

VE I. INCJt Will trade for $214.95 Nettle Starling Hellbronn Springs. chalked up 872 points for afternoon and will close at at Starke Florida, this March
Iflg0od )
00ndItt0. up .
toad boy' blcyrla held atthe 8th. IIftl.OFFrCtAL 110 N. WALNUT BROWN BLD( .
L ao inCh orlrl' .or phone a'-J. Funeral services were fa 39.T average per game. In 4 p.m. March 16. All votes willbe ( SEAM A. 3. 'Thome. .

conditI tiP graveside In Kingsley Lake I tournament play Hazen led the I counted dally and the standings A* Clerk of Court

t C. H. Nasworthy Cemetery Tuesday afternoon ato'clock scorers with 22 against' Jos.tb's the By Haven Crosby", Deputy Clrrfe UPHOLSTERYSLIP
4 door t3SO :posted on the show window at J9| It 1130
pl BALE)-41 jodgI pick 3 with Rev. Willis officiat _
mall 19
FOR for and points against Barksdale Department Store where
will .nrhanir I mile* : WOTICH TO CONTRACTOR! COVERS .
nr Bland. ing. Interment was In the family
up truck. Tain'm I'o.t OffIce Ill- 232 E. Call SCarke. Fla. Fletch.1 i the Baby Contest Show Window OFFICE Of" THR STATE! ROAD
t- th10.f; Lawtty plot with DeWItt C. Jones Incharge I Marvin Warren, Billy will be located. Mothers are also DEPARTMENTTnllah.lHBee Furniture Repaired And Refinished
:;; 111' I
Ii IiFOR ,
of Florida
't: I and Jack Hazen are Hnl'') asked to provide large portraits March 6, 19111

RBNT-Unfurnlshed '-r omSp ___ seven of this year's team will be of! their children for this display. (."TRIlt.'Tr01
Mei back next year. Coach Hobbs The pictures will not be damaged. Healed bids will be received at

m--n'rrro'om./-U. IU 11WANTED TRUCK BILL BOARDS COMMERCIAL plant to schedule games next yearfor Contestants will be accepted Inthe Florida the Roosevelt. from. Qualified Hotel.. JaokMnnvllle Contractors, Pick-up and Delivery

i or In A Squad B Squad and Junior I contest up to March 14. until 10:30: A.M. K.HT.) on he list
and May .*- day of March. tffftl. fnr thm (*nriHtpifi.tlon .
for April leirlilaturlwork .High so as to build for the future. of the-' following r jf.M---- '
. for
prli ncd TsM.raiiH..cretarl..*. Must b. ...t. Johnie's Service Legion Fair Date For each proposal a certified check
In dep.ndablI. Oood pay.frtntnet Sign In the amount stated above, mad.
tied and Onviff000 r It Army Needs Set Back To 9 payable to the Chairman. of th.
Apr. When Colds Leave
I Htate Road Department with the Nasty
MOnKt TV for More Volunteers necessary. State's Documentary
PHU.TO TABLW In. ....r..n. sk\\ ALL TYPES Rtamp attached moat.
...1... half orl-. IIH Mon.I Commander A. J. Thomas Jr., accompany
Can b* pee Recruiter SaysThe nch bid All certified check hall
1: .blond..Y at* Herbert finish. n...al r.\d.n"\ !P.I. It*. 116 COURT STREET announced that Legionnaire Qucn- he date certified for within lo day. .of the' WEAK AND RUNDO
recelvlns CftHhlrr
Stark. .
Walnut 1'1', Regular Army Is in need Un Fllllnglm of the Florida High. ,check will not be accepted. The

I. I-ROOM APARTMKNT8" also Starke Fla.J. of many more volunteer It was' way Patrol would be In charge of check ,nf the two lowest. bidder

Ii 4 TWO on.?0.<..small. tl
E Berry Army Recruiter for meeting to be held Tuesday i the Plans, Specification and

Jr J HOt'SK FOR 8ALR-Stuooo fr.m.eon.trl..tlon. Starke and Bradford County. night at the Legion Halt Patrol- i neclal Provision' of the State Road
ml. '
7 ?TS. old.t.. Department. Special attention I I.
taut of town on TUandlnaHlwav.. The Regular Army's greatest man Fillingim will make a talk on If Your System Lacks Vitamins Bi, B., Nia'

ft room*. I tMlets and laboratory.Connections need U for men-high school highway safety and show a film
for ...". HA.*al. automatic and Iron Which HADACOL Contains
; Ritrvnln. for graduates and men trained In on the same subject. ,

rash, 'w..t..r 1.150.< benier.Trm ....n..d... ( ) COMMUNITY DRIVEINKeystone technical skills. Men with the Thomas stated that plan. will: RENTOUR

1130 (1sInesvill.. "red niw, be made the
knowledge and experience that is concerning Legton'isponsorship and
1104 8.V.. Srd Av.., O..ln.'I1I.\ Whn a nasty cold leave you la a weakened Jcondition. .
4t->|a \ Heights Fla. necessary.to the complex businessof of the Bradford HADACOL can help build you up U your ly"

_ _ _ _ _ modern warfare. County Fair at this meeting. He SPECIAL Ing in Vitamin* B.. B.. Niacin and Iron. important eleme

Th Regular Army will continue stated that opening date of the I tained in HADACOL. Many folk have found that thIS B .

1 RELIABLE Grand Opening Satur. Mar. 10 to rely heavily on voluntary enlistments Fair had been moved up to the' EQUIPMENTBY formula again. helps overcome them deficiencies and lOOn tnej

to obtain needed man- week of Monday. April 9th. I

COMPANY: With Republic's Great Film of the power. To do this the Regular All Legionnaires and Veterans, Mrs A. Jlmlnex. 141 East recovering from a lieII'

WANTS two salesmen to canon Army Is now accepting men for are cordially invited to attend THE 13th St. Port Arthur. Taxaa bad cold. 'f

_ Customers in rural areas I CHEAT OUTDOORS! 21 months' enlistment. Men who this meeting. gave HADACOL to her young He ws }- '
in this will volunteer for 21 months-In Hour son. Floyd after he had revery run- I'
and jrrpn'l towns U of F Glee Club covered from a bad cold
d o w n ,
State. We give you $40 expense John Wayne in 'RIO GRANDE'Latest peace or during the emergency Day when ah. heard how HAD lacked an t
And Band To
money and earnino-s can be doubly proud. Such men Play Overnight ACOL was helping folk auf'I'
exceed S100 have reaffirmed with a concrete toning from deficiencies of
on sales mi" t At Foster MemorialAn Weekend t.
weekly Call or lIee D. P. News & Shorts Mar. 10, 11. 12 fact their citizenship. The man Vitamin B,. B., Niacin and and I.tsn-

CooV Marion Hotel. Talat-! -- -- -- - ---- who volunteera has taken the first unusual musical treat will be Iron. It helped him *o much ed him givingin HAD"f'

step toward( the betterment of the Floor SandingMachines regaining his strength and J. C
ka, Fla.ATTRNTION. TUESDAY MARCH 13 ONLY offered on Palm Sunday. March energy that Mrs. Jiminez says ACOL. After _
world situation. He acknowledges( 18 at the Stephen Foster Memorial Edgers she U always going to have about a f 'All

a duty and a debt to his country. White Springs when the University Utility Sanders HADACOL on hand for bottle and "" '
-If you ha.. timber to The 21 month enlistment In the of Florida's 100-plece band House Jacks Floyd. a half I.Y J
cell, email. nr hinge. tract. w. could DO- Floyd
- buv .'1. niiy tni.>. prlc1.... Call or Short Subjects Regular Army U primarily designed and :50-member male glee club Shingle Cutters Here I* Mrs. Jimlaez' Improvement- !II
*-rIte W T. Thm Lumber {'n., far( the man between the statement: tic an
___ n ___ will present a concert of well- Skill Saws "J
Phone lll-J P. O. Box 798. Stark. ages of 19 to 26, so that he may known Foster favorites. "My son Floyd was' very petite picked up andI

Fla. Itp fulfill his duty to his' For subject to colds. He' eleven Increased streni"years 1
- country.
WEDNESDAY 14. 15 During tbe concert which beginsat old and he doeS
TOPACCO PLANTS FOR MAYP73one .- the graduating class of 1931 there REASONABLE RATES was runDACOL has
l to lOft 00f! read? nnw. (10"" 2:30: p. m.. the Olee Club .will down. didn't seem to haven flOY'L a d
cnndltlon No bin mnM' J nWMt "DESTINATION BIG HOUSE"This are many opportunities for an enlistment sing "Old Folks at Home" and the appetite at all. and Just den for 't I "

....,.>1 t,10... T1iH.r Fin Itn In the Regular Army togo band will ."-.. "Kentucky March." STARKEBUILDERS aimply lacked energy. I praise it enough.h .'

c. A1"Oiv Is A Thriller Also News & Cartoons directly to the school of the heard about HADACOL on Untied .
FOR S"T.F;-llahv Pnr.k..I. based on "My Old Kentucky ;
the radio and it about COL and "> !.d.dt::: .
I'' minnow. Mr. Thn. F BrnwnHampinn. graduate's choice after basic train- was band
tip-1111! -- -- Ing. Home, "Jeannie With the Light this time that Floyd wa* Just have it on
Brown Hair and "Beautiful
SIMPSON CANR FOn. .tT'-ar per FRIDAY & SATURDAY -l\IAIlCII16. 17 Complete Information about enlisting Dreamer." SUPPLIESAt Men women and children o* all age are pra'0g' i'
talk. T will niirplioiio. all kind t1
L .. In the Regular Army for of for supplying Vitamin B. Boo Niacin and Iron WhiCh
n' cattle O. F: Ifolilrr. Rtark The finale will be a medley ,
#, ,..... "nIU Montie Hale in "Vanishing Westener" 21 months and the direct enlistment lacked. Don't let that "After-Cold &..-..0_ FCltiiJlt"d

I At.W4: .N room" .Vfi for Army School. can be obtained at Room 335 in the post office S. A. L. Depot down-HADACOL can help you too, U you l\Iffer such I
.th. n.ran *TA.ri.. barber nhnprt Along With Selected Cartoons from Set. Berry In Starke building. Gainesville. The Recruit. Phone 43-W Sold on a strict money-back guarantee VoiTUthe Tr 11II
,4 ... *.tiiT... 5'.iuid.tr.* ,...lu r<-. each Wednesday all day or from ing Station is open from 8 a m. to first few bottle you take or your money back.

t t! Wat r.. Bo* SIX, Hampton "Up- the US Army RecruitingStation 4:30: p.m. each weekday. large family economy size, $3.90.:


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