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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 23, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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cil Removes Ad Valorem Tax

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Official County Publication Established l1r 1879


,f Starke became a Jackson made the motion tr -, ''t1OLlME

tb Tuesday night as adopt the Mayor's recommendation : S"\E.\i'1': .TWO 8T utK..FI.oltlui.: .' 1931'H. "
: 1UII.". :I.'U 23. Nl\IIIF.R; TllmTV-iIJX
to remove the ._
ad
uncll voted to abolish valorem _
rh c tax, councilman James A. Lewis.

[ ltd possible valorem largely tax by theo seconded by unanimous It, and the vote motion carried Merchants Must File Price ChartsOr 1 Murder Trial For McCool and

rived from the city Tho Mayor stated that utllitv Corbin

water services, and services provided the city ol
r" share of the Close Up After 30th
the city's Starke $1500 more during the firs' Shop April

ilgarette tax the move three months of the year than

mously,ter discussions passed In by to they the last these year services and la that continuing.expansion ol ford Increasing County merchants numbers of Brad. the Bradford County Court house On Docket For April Court Session I&

must fil last
I.soundness of such a step and Its Councilmen agreed that establishment completed pricing charts with> Friday from night the to hear Jacksonville representatives !

the Office
1 from the of Stark as a tax-frer of Price Stabilizationor office of OPS explain the functioning
figures
with town should close their doors according t* of I
Johns help materially' in the Defense Stabilization
Bf City Clerk Carl recent Information received from law and II
procedure for
attracting comply.
new buslne
B. Wainwright recom- Investment the OPS District office at Jack. ing with ''it.Regulation. Ji, ''Judge Sets BondForDefendants
the council that the tax and new resident tc sonvllle.
7, concerned .with
W. T Starke.
.d. Councilman The wvlsed' deadline for
filing wearing apparel and furniture
-'- -- of
-- "price
chaits" by retailers
was the
primary consideration at

Americanism in Schools selling covering clothing, yard furniture goods and and other floor the meeting. Regulation 11,
which
applies to
ing articles eating places,
II. covered by ceiling Price was announced from the Jacksonville At $5000Each
Regulation Seven has
been ex.
office just last
Monday
tended by the Office of Price Sta
No Legislation, Say Teachers bilization to April 30 A. Reid The new price control formula rai .t e'

Mann District Director of the underlying both regulations allowfe Failing lo post required bond of
Jacksonville! OPS a merchant to compute his 13.000 each, Claude, James Mc.
.1.. County teachers de- ed at the FEA convention, to be Wednesday Area announced average markup over his cent fir tr 1 Cool and Marion Symes (Hob]

t i Friday night that they held In Tampa on March 29 and The deadline for during a specified "baxe period"and Corbin were returned to Jail Monday .

ly welcome instructions SO would appeal to the 1951 restaurants, operators ol! to apply the same markup to afternoon to await trial next

i. materials or other Florida legislature for a guarantee other boarding houses ana future sales. Thus a rise In cost month In connection with the

j help school teachers In of stable sources for "state funds In Regulation eating places as spcclfiec: to the merchant will bo reflectedIn death of Claude Beaver young

Americanism but feel allocated for school construction 1, 11. effective April the price to the consumer truck driver found dead in the backseat
Jlatory legislation in not permitting the counties to issue remius set at April 30. The new regulation of a burned automobile

nan way to handle the revenue certificate against anticipated "Retailers may begin to price the restaurant field replaces applied the to .. March 3.

receipts from this fund." under their charts just as soon asa general price freeze Bond wa set by Circuit Judge
,
but allows
ton arose In response to The meeting was conducted by copy of the chart is filed with the ... / A. Z, Adkins after hearing testimony

I by Donald K. Carrol, Mr V. K. Ferguson, president of the OPS District Office" Mann markup operator than no he higher percentage' SJ Monday In a habeas corpus

mender of the Amerl- the County Association said. "Retailers must price undet Ing his experienced" dur ..Sw hearing following petition from

tin that teaching of Guests at the meeting Included the chart art\ and after April 30. "basing period. McCool\ and Corbin filed by their

urn should be requiredhe Carl Johns, Charles Hardy, and "The amendment Regulation 'i Restaurant) operators will be attorneys P. Guy Crews and E.
motion passed by the Charley E. Johns. also extends by 30 required to give the public the I John Nelson, of Jacksonville

County Education Assorting "" M .....,_.. ..days and date lame dollar m" value _nt_ ._ Monday's dramatically tense
State Senator Charley E. Johns -"n niiii.ii a retailer cannot sel. during
In the school cafe- any Item dollar of sales as they did hearing Raw a constant stream of
spoke at length on the covered by Regulation I f
i In part: of possibility Seven unless a designated pre-Korean war witnesses file to and from the
10 teachers of Bradfordel passing an improved sales tax. he has received ac period Thin will result In a courtroom during most of the

that we are already cent Saying sales that tax he had felt been the three per knowledgement filing of the chart.from The OPS of the roll-back for those who Increased I u_,_ ____Un. ___ _____, __ ,______ _______- .--1I .--, -- (lay, while spectators listened Intently -
Americanism in our misunder- deadline orlglna their margins after Korea, .where' straining to catch every
stood by many and had failed to of April 23 Is extendeo food Reform a tenor court room until
costs have word.
lud feel that no leglsla. not Increased accordingly. ,
produce the revenue hoped for to May 30. row :Mnrliin (Itob) ('m'bht (above)
for continuance In to the
| appealing court at the
cessary
by the legislature, he expressed' "With his chart and not later More detailed Information -, right, and ('IaudeIt..I.; wcomlfruiii close of the hearing Nelson at
the opinion that some form of than April 30 may right heard. a long, Hit olullneweN
the
, tax was the only solution to file a Implicate" lhe.ni In the
of
report his
blanket sale tax base period the charges
a the Howe at the Starke Chamber against one of
present financial deficit markups death of ( laud ''''a't'r.> They were
or ,
Id meet the requirement County margins. of Commerce, or1' by writing;; directly ."\,,, -. with their hi* clients Corbin claiming that
School photographed luttyerK
Inlmum foundation pro- Superintendent Some 75 merchants from ; ,'" testimony had tailed to link Cor-,
H. P. Morgan read the to the Jacksonville Office, JiMin Nelson .second from left
propollalot bin
d further approved a Starke and 4i sufficiently with Beaver'sdeath
relent to the forthcoming the Legislative council to be Lawtey gathered at of Price Stabilization. I i C .. ., during a short court reeves. At and further claiming that

of the Florida Edu- presented to the Florida Educational ..' the left I H seen NHnou'it UMnlMantunldentlfloil. the state had failed to offer con.

jlaaociatlon a motion ask- association. Sunrise Service To ..aI' In the photo. al "left elusive proof that the dead man

9:11: legislature to grant II Following his presentation of a Open Commerce Official "F e !Sheriff P. l>. Reddish left I IHhnwn I- was actually Claude Beaver
Baptist Revival ,
Inatlnf the court with theprleonere
cent cost of living In- financial report. Mr. Hardy assured On failing to obtain this motion.
f salaries for all ranks inI the group that they would for noon recent lb'lnwMrs Nelson offered a second motion

I system. receive salary increases "if at all I To Speak Here j : (.I.uile Beaver the slain appealing to the court to allow
proposal to be pres t- possible" man' uldow, holds l one of her four' the defendants to make ball.

ao mall children nhlto milling\ let Judge A, Z. Adkins allowed this

court to reconvene: after' leach ,, motion and set the bond at $5OOO

Residents Conner Named.AsVicePresident On National IssuesWilliam e -staff .'hot.) l by Trent pager, for each defendant.

iews On t tts Upon making bond In this
amount acceptable to Sheriff P. D. i
ole Licensen J. Bird! program adviser ? Reddish the defendants may bo i

i iI for the //J.'e. Chamber of Commerce \ ; t released psniSnq.4Uai l at t.ie next

gathering storm ovel Southeastern Division will see r s .'. 4 "regular or special term of circuit

i Florida's cane-pole fish i be In Staike Tuesday, April 3, fora ertiir court", ax specified by theorder
; ] e of the court signed by
Of Market Assn.i
reatens a cloudburst Ir I meeting, with the National Affairs Judge Adklns.

Legislature, the follow committee and the Board of Ur. C. H. Pollard toxicologist
Directors of the Starke Chamber from the
.ns gathered at random Doyle Conner of Starke 1948- of University of Florida
Commerce
and with Civic lead- jj heading: the long list of witnesses
what people In StarkeBans 49 national president of Future ers, to discus today's vital probj j rolled up by State's Attorney T.

lit It Farmers of America, has been lams I I g.Ii GQftQ ))0)). Duncan testified that the absence -

cook: "A doll-.}I named executive vice president j Nationally-Important questions J Jf ? a of carbon monoxide In the
/ mobilization taxes r r blond stream indicated that
governmentcontrols i Beaver
s a little Bleep for fish- of the Florida Association of(
I and other points peril- ; had died sometime before the
ur own home county.: LivestockIark..ts\ according ti, nent to the current crisis will fire

Burrell, laborer Jax an announcement by Paul \M If I1t1 keynote the discussion.Communication Dr Henry Blank Gainesville

don't go fishing muchid Dale of Tampa president of the received from physician who performed the autopsy
-:% I. u. ILt1NFSThe : :
on the
Ed H. 1 r. corpse, pointed out
like to go without association Cherry Manager, S. E
Division V S. Chamber the presence of "3 puncture
dollar for a license "Conner's main job will be tc Revival at the First of Commerce woiinilH' It the
f> Intestine which ht
advised that Mr Bird
go acquaint livestock producers,f Baptist of Starke begins this,- -- who has spent some time In briefing i r said were ImposHlble to have beencaused

Griffis, sawmill work.I"k with the advantages of marketing Sundjy with a Sunrise Service session at the Pentagon ir l by flame or fire as well n*

\ driver Gainesville'It at public auction." Dale said. 7, A. 1\\[, in. the Sanctuary. This Washington will speak at 8:00: p l* t } the presence' of a stab wound In

would be a good "The cattleman dairyman and will be a thirty minute prayer m., April 3, at the Bradford Count ____ ___un the"sharp lower Instrument"abdomen., caused by a
for his -
swine more Courthouse.
producer gets
In'r thought of the good and praise service In song. The From the time -about 3.55: a.m..

'l"' In helping to betterfor stock make at sure auction he knows and we It." want tc Sunday School will gather at 9: All to interested attend.Telegraph. persons ate invited Two Brooker Men | Clearing Office EI Rancho Drive-In March 3that a short-circuited

fishermen.." Dale added that young Con 45: with plans madu to break all % Charged WithWoodsBurning For Welfare Cases Restaurant Opens horn began on blaring the burning and attracted automobile theattention

sporting .goods sales- ner, a gifted public speaker will attendance records. The morning I
EditorIn Discussed at MeetI Near Farmers' Mart of people In the neighi -
would: certainly! be be available to speak on marketing worship hour will begin at 10:43: i borhooil. until McCool and Cor

than sticking the plug- practices and livestock lose with the singing of an Easter New York I I Warrants for the. arrest of two I Bradford County ChillreVi. F.I Rancho. Restaurant andrlvcin bin were arrested on suspicion of

way they do without prevention to cattlemen's associations Cantata by the combined choir. Accepting Invitation from ,, Bradford County Negro men I Committee met Monday, March |1'orai"l b"twe the i> murder only a little while elapsed,
and other groups after an charged with unlawful woofln- Farmer's Market! "and Kl:I Rancho I but a lot of thing happened 1 within
pole directed by Mrs. Lucile Columbia 12, at Inn with the discui-
fishermen Green University Eugene Avery
any. adjournsHe ,
the 1931 Legislature U
burning, were Issued this week Motel on Temple Ave extension i that short spare of time.
f Is Bradford County's state The message by the Pasloi (Gene) Matthews editor-publixh- ''''by County Judge E. K. Perry- sinn centering around the need for now open for blnln.. s. and ready I Witnesses reported l they saw

Houston filling station representative.Conner "Christ. The' Open Door" will be er of the Telegraph Is In New man. a central clearing office for and "equipped to serve the finest I two men pushing the burning automobile
Is beef cattleman In the first message In the twc York this week to serve on the to the I
a
food available
'It's fair. The pole ,, Extension Ranger Clarence county and city welfare services according up Into the yard between
his own right and will soon week revival. judging committee for the awarding Cooper of the Florida Forest I Miss Ins Steele from the Child.ren's management, two houses on South Street where
catches
the most fish
of Pulitzer Prizes In
graduate from the University of Sunday evening service beginsat Service said the two men are Owned and operated bv Mrs. McCool and Corbin lived; fire'men
nt mind paying a buck Florida in animal husbandry. He 7: 45 with Plano-organ-duo of Journalism. I 1''H. M. Roblnsnn and L. O. Hill Commission" Tallahassee: Elizabeth Noegel tivl her broth..rInlaw. arrived tn extinguish an ordinary

Is a member and one of the organizers Mrs. Dlnkins and Miiw Lawson While In New York as guests both of Smoker Bond for the I spoke briefly on the plan some Gene Noegel the new automobile fire later found

,iffU, farmer, Jax high. of the Bradford County leading the congregational sing- ''of Columbia University Mr. and two men was set at f 5OO each communities are making "to carry drive-In and restaurant will accommcdnte the charred remains of a man

Cattlemen's. Association. Ing.Rev. Mrs. Matthews are registered at out out recommendations of tha White 41 patrotm I Inililt the Identified as Claude Heaver young
My wife fishes lot. I Ranger Cooper pointed
a I I|
Haines message will b*! the Waldorf-Astoria. House Conference.Mrs. restaurant and there Is sufficient truck driver for the Hercules Powder
Is the
that this time of the year
w whether "
she'd pay it New Shops Open "Little Foxes. A baptising service "Oene" expects to be back on period of hlgh-flre-danger In thecounty' Edward Burns chairman" of parking space In the lot to accommodate company.
f some of that revenue will follow In the "Baptistrybeautiful" the job at the Telegraph Mon- all curb patrons. Meanwhile, as Fire Chief C WPicket ,
woodlands and that [ the committee Introduced W. H
On Couft StreetTwo Training Unions gather I, t dashed back to the station
hyacinth control I'mt day morning. Ii everyone should be especially Graham and Mrs. J. O. Edwards. Customers may be served from.
t The at 6:45: with Mr. J. T. Lawson house for replacement equipment
hyacinth la cowE i careful with fire In the woods who have recently been appointedto opening time A..ID In the morning
Street shopswere
new Court director. J. E. Denmark : Extra precautions should be the committee by Q'JvernorWarren. I I until midnight, either oil the curb Claude McCool removed the
Hornsby schoolbus recently opened for business Feature of the evening services ,' taken all residents and landowners I, or In the, restaurant Breakfast Has cap of the can and began trying -
1, a certain extent I In Starke-Johnle's Sign Service during the week, will be the Gets Acceptance by In Bradford County to'' hours from A.31) to 11 a.in., with I to throw llxhted matches Into

"t' It But what that 116 Court Street; and Daniel R Gospel in Magic by Lee Black on In Dental School the of brush I Meeting with the committee on i fullIIl'alll available from 11 amI j I the gasoline tank whereupon
spreading
Repairs prevent this occnsion were Miss EateKe I
Night Patrolman
,
,lId actually do for thef11 Weeks-ElectrIc Appliance Thursday which will be Youth I until midnight. Curb service In- Bert Johns
and from their
trash fires
118 Court Street. ;';Ite. Les appeared before the prop Long, Ltlnctor of District Five. In watching from nearby, arrested
of f fishing conditions I J. E. Denmark of Starke has erty to that belonging to some I eludes full meaU served curs.i
owner of State Welfare Board Mrs Joyce him according to testimony
'I' Armbrunter High School last week I
H.
be So far then J. coming been for enrollment In i
} seen. accepted one else, said Cooper."Fire J. Mr. Noegel with about 9 yean'I ,
Service will Riherd. public health nurse A. After Sheriff P. D. Reddish... hadtaken
Johnle's Sign here from the north. Among the I
has the School of ,
,,
squandered their Emory University Into the I restaurant experience operatedNaegel's
escaping property
truck lettering/ Thomas, Rev L D. Haines, andRev. I I the two men Into
the Pastor will be custody
I I" by I !
messages
wLlehrrlln. specialize I
I Dentistry according to an an- : of others constitutes a violation Cafe on Temple Atenueduring ,
Mitchell.American and
T G. moved them
and highway [ out of town forsafekeeping
:: barber: "A man window lettering his famous sermon "A Train nnuncement this week by Dean of the State's fire laws." 'I (! the past war. for about
aft rd a reel and rod signs but his shop will do all Ride to Hell" on Friday night John Buhler. added Cooper "and anyone I I three and, a halt year. She hall Thomas P. Canon, of
r types of sign painting work. which will also be Family night LegionTo Elizabeth, 9, Jacksonville 1 Identified them on
expensive equipment Starke "It Is possible to accept only willfully or carelessly permitting I two children Mary sight from prison lineups- Me
I a license fee-not the Armhruster came to Morning services will begin at one out of four of the qualified this to happen Is subject to Elect Officers i Iin the 3rd grade and:! Ronald William. Cool at State Farm
St. Petersburg Ralford and
month ago from ( 10 for 1 hour with stores and of
rman. about a 7, In the first grade, both]
owned the applicants Dean Buhler explained prosecution. I Corbin at the Duval County Jail
Sanders: where he fires being! asked to close or allow ae Bradford elementary school.
I
watch repair. in "and we still retain our policyof A. J. Thomas Jr Commanderof a* the two men he had the
been seen
.. v',ill control Tru Art Sign Co. He has employees to attend. An invitation Originally from Lake City. she
to American
help who
students
considering JonesLangfordWhite
for tvt'arll only Meeting ScheduledFor night of March 2, on the old
( Ith the sign painting business In extended to all to attend came to Stark It years ago whan''
then It's a good al are bona fide residents of the Post No. CA announced thlaw..k KlngMey Lake road at the rear ofa
)re long it will be sc and received Ws training these service Transporta I Southeast." U of F AlumniA. that the post would hold IU she married Billy Noegel, a long parked ear,' helping to hold
the Plttsburg Paint School of Art lion will be furnished to and from I time resident of Starke upa
fishing for annual election of officers at
hyacinththe II To be eligible for admission an I third man "apparently 'In a
owner of the 231 after 6:30 I Jr. President of EII
J Thomas
R.eekfl church by calling : ,
Daniel of
Gene Noegel,
rivers and lakes. will applicant must have completed BO1 the regular meeting next Tues- co-operator drunken condition", he later Identified .
Thomas Electric Appliance Repairs or 130 during the day'as can the Bradford County University Rancho Restaurant and Drive-In
wrecking crew of quarter hours of college, 49 In day night at eight o'clock. The from a photograph as Claude
repairing all types will be In all sections of Florida Alumni announces
Hellbronn: "I don't gc sneclallre In addition specific subjects. He must maintain present officers will continue In worked In a Miami bakery be Heaver.
>(ten and It won't affect electrical appliances and In level of above that an Alumni meeting will be office until September 1, at fore coming to Starke to join his I 1 1.I..terInIaw In testimony of .ther witnesses
a scholarship
>. but will do radio repair work held Friday night March 23 In In operating El'' It
i don't like It. On SeaplaneClarence average and receive satisfactory which time the newly elected was brought out that Claude
MCKinney bottling plant His shop will be open only part tests. the American Legion Hall at officers will be Installed. Rancho His wife Connie also BeaVer came to fltarke about
the rating. on aptitude
They've got a license time as he Is employed by E. Conkhn:: com- eight o'clock. Commander A. J. Thomas Jr. works at El Rancho. They have three weeks before he met death
hing else. I think pole State Maintenance Shop at Camp mlssaryman. first class USN,, The Emory School of Dentistry, D. R. ( Biriyl' Mathews director announced that S. i.. Shepard a 4-month old daughter' Connie and worked at a truck driver for

''Kht to Blandintr. husband of Mrs Jeannette B.I I was formerly the Atlanta-South. of Alumni Affairs togetherwith J an. the Hercules Powder Company He
stay free. Chairman of the Legion's< Committee
all day Dental In Its 62 will attend
College and Mellon
ern Holmes
will be open Starke Is serving had left his
2.
Andrews, barber: "Peo- His shop Conklin Route an Americanism In Schoo' wife and four small
dollared to death no-w. Saturday and from 7 till 9 everv aboard the seaplane tender'' years has graduated approximately the meeting and show films on i Affair, from Pomona Park nKLr.: I\children with his folks In Dal-
Stark 5.000( dentists.Mr. and Florida
:lit It't1ARN3 evening Weeks carte to US3 Pine Island operating In the, the Florida Georgia Florida would address the Post on The Senior Choir will hold a ton. Ca. while he came to get
from Panama City about a month Far F.nt.The Denmark who has a B. 9. Auborn Football games of last Americanism Legislation of the flake Sale on Saturday, March j I settled' so that he could send for

DOG OWNERS ago. He has been In electrical tender Is the flagship of the) Degree from Stetson University year.All Department of Florida 31 In front of the glade Gi- !: them to join him hero.
work 10 years and received hi' Commander Fleet Air Wing Six' plans to enter the dental school Bradford County Alumni off) '" on Call Street Friday afternoon March 2, about

without collars and tags training at the Covne Electrical wMle acting as a floating base for next fall. At present he Is employ. and friends of the University of All Legionnaires Invited and attend Veteransare thtrmeeting. Company Mrs. O. 9 Newromb, is the chair I "::30. Beaver recelved'pay for his
to
"aming the streets of School In Chicago and through correspondence the squadrons of that fleet, which':, ed at Humphreys Cold Corpora Florida are cordially Invited tc cordially. man of the Bale- Sal: Committee first pay period totalling! 10229.

"Ul be killed. work with the National Martin Mariners, Uon. attend. (Continued on page. eight)

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PAC.E TUO \DFORO COCNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRfn ty
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I C Parker I.. lrmlt Court llmdford County, (OFEH'IAL PEAL: ) A. J. ThomAs *, a ,',I'jrp.inti, ,,' Plaintiff' wh.e.> At t
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Mrs. High Plurlilai In (."........,.. Clerk of t-ald Court Ic.rm'V' of I ,,Id IIKRBEKT R8lJKHorfD 9" H.., '
Tel h' Springs, recently arrived for a visit T"v Haven Ci.mby.,, Deputy Clerk l l.sQ. and 'hln addr.belnic .r At! .
Bradford County t e g r a D HAMPTON 1 with her youngest( daughter, Mrs. lltrinn, .w Knox T' Defen'danPlslntlff' v T Flank Landium. Stark.. Fla, LUNa Florida I13:!I North,: 'In Fourth the.. .above Street entitled, Pa. > Y tI.
Att for Fit 3116 4t 416IK I IFlorld.t
Alma Saxon. Cane No 110 )H ,'all"". and you an- hereby required 'leeelf C?.
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Mr. :M. C
v' ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS., OWNMDITO: IIv Swwnejr Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Durban ofI Order Appear. Of,r\IK Publication. OK. KI.IMIII And 'Voile*'1'To..' (Irrult ('"'...t. llrmlford, CouatrMnrlilnl to serve." name upon and Plaintiffs'address Altorn..y'who. appear d Mi I. I, hnneMIMitdr ::

Lawtey, and Mr. and ?Ir Leo llnlen Kaox. whoseO residence I III I In ( hunt-err Selma P hereon. your written. defenses. It ward J :MiOrder \,
I'lulnllff. v*
I Inlbk.rl.
Tsllealonary. Mwlely I Wiggins of Jacksonville were Sunday r lmm. Corner Ireat Mlaavnden.. Skull. Kefemlnnt any, to the Complaint' In. .aid suit, I c,
The W. M. U met for their of and Mrs. ktimhuniBlilra.. Knirland: Can No. S1tOrder 18 a herewith iiiiv of, uhlih I I. delivered to you or Pnhll,..
Mr. before
guests George nn or April 14, A
Published Eery Friday and Entered as SecondOffice regular monthly meeting In the I You arM required to appear. on of I'liBllrnllon Aedntlee'1''u, D 1951HKKKI.V. Appear. "'1'\1'' ;; tR 1 t'
f I at Starke Fla. William. April Hill 1951. In the above named Appear "'r" 1''': OP KI.OHII \ InSeliiiH Edward J BI,, P
CUM Matter at the PostMEMBER home of Mrs. Doris Hardy on ,'ourand .inline, wherein plaintiff P Hkail" whose r..ld..n' l I.: FAIL NOT u. Judgment and ad.lr,. < "
Thursday afternoon of last week. i I I ere.ki. divori-e and other. relief Urad- CHthoilral\ Avenue Nulle Y. New you.by Default and each will of be you entered for the attain reliefprayed flue Bruokh
1951 Fourteen memberi were present ford County! Telegraph shall publlnh Jersey : I In' said ( You are
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((3)) this Older In next four weekly uired to or The of ; ; aJrrb.ln '
are appear nature pull ; for April 8th, n! t
and the Devotional "Go Quickly, rlul 1961
I L Itlr11Ya AP 18th C ht the .hove named I the enforcement of payment of a Court and 1
$1.80 For SU Month.LAVTEY s and Tell!" was led by Mrs. R. B.Watterson. THERESSAMr. Witness. my hand. and official seal Court and Cause. wherein' plaintiff :promlMHory note, and fur attachment seeks. diver R '.
BubftcrlpUon 92.5O Annually Opening Bong was at I'larke.01'1.11./ ., this Marsh IJth seeks dlvor.. Hrad ford CountyTelegraph \Vltne. mv hand and Heal of Telegraph. .Ie"i ,
Bald Court .
1BS1 shall publish this Ord..r'n at Slarke Florida, this In next fouiWltneaii ,
Ir h "Jenus Paid It All," followed by a | (OFFICIAL SEAL) A .J. Thoma*. next tour weekly InHueil.Wltnexa 14 day of March A.D. liir.l '
Thomas. Clerk. of said Court 'hand and nl .0J.. Tlioma, Clerk Circuit Coort m, wdsm
Mrs Frank A my
by *
I'I'r I spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Twelve prayer members participated In and Mrs. L. V. Williamsonof Ily Haven. Crosby, Deputy Clerk at Ktarke: Florida::: this )f 1:11G 118! 4t 4iIn ,,6 at UIII Hlark", FI rods 1U,
I and Mrs. J. A' Beard of Baldwin. 1116 It (,,6 mni -
Starke spent the weekend with (OFFICIAL[
program parts Mrs. Dean Whidden (OFFICIAL SKAt.) A. J. Thorn Circuit/ Court SKAI, ,
\ I, Friends of Edward Ma spy will wan elected to succeed Mrs Viola Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey of !. ('1...... onrt, Bradford .'.n.'", As Clerk of said ('ourl.Ir.v.i.r Florida In (........Bradford..... Connty By Haven A'I ('I"k, U, ,
know that he .. Haven' Crnnby. Deputy Clerk ('r .
be interested to I.ierldal ('baserry.eam Lloyd H_ Hrahn. Plaintiff T. I
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Mar. Frank
Allen as the Sunbeams leader all Theressa.The T. Fvnn- i T*. Evan, Jr, Landrail,1Atty I
Neat
? L. FutrhMrs. 1
II. 1
preached his fIrst sermon, as a I Montgomery William, Plaintiff caret W. Brahn, D.tendentCase *. for Plf "
Mrs. Allen's resignation. Mrs I people of Theressa regret /. va. Meredith. Ann Oawnon William 103 Law Exchange Hulldlno;,
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licensed minister, In the Faith JnckHcinvllle. Florida. No. 8241
last Williams was appointed leader fort) that James Gnann Is confined to ..*., Defendant Case No 8311O..eI. Atty.. for Pit. 3118! 4t 418 Order Of Publication And Nolle T. HH
Wells church
L. H. Hill Mrs. Mae Baptist Sunday. of Publication led Neflee T. Appear. 8TATH
OK FLORIDA Tot
and Ernest were visiting the Is Invited to attend the April meeting. Mrs. Hardy the Glen Dale Hospital of Pa. Appear. MTATM Off KI.OHIU1 Tot In (Ireult, (......... llradford Counlr, Margaret. W. Brahn who.. residence
son Everyone .
served her guests. Coco Colas latka. We hope him a speedy re Ml>* Meredith. Ann Dawson William Florlrtftl I* ( ...........,.. I III Unknown and whoRe P. o Address Let Ua Thori
In St. Augustine -
Jones church ,
Hallie family services at the Methodist whose residence and address
sandwiches and Easter candies 1..n.IIf., innuael. Plaintiff V*. Jean. 1..1: P O Box 62J, Went Point
on Sunday of last week. tonight (Friday) commemoratingGood covery. I.: 801S Fast C. Street, Toeoma. I Corentlne Lannuiel. Defendant.. Pleaiant New Jersey. :
A large group of Hampton Wa hln (tnn or 1\lh.. Meredith Ann Cane No 8315Order Wash Your
Brassell and Mlas Mews You (
Mrs. Jack Church are
Friday Dawson \\miamn. 1323 Mouth Tyler of FuMlratlon. And Nell.. TeAppear required to appear on
; friends attended the wedding of April 9th 1951 In Ih.
t Bertie Campbell of Jackson were Mr. and Mrs. Dlnklns and son, 10 a. m. Sunday School street Tacoma Washington: S"I "'1'H OK KLOIUD TolJeap Court and above named
and Charles cause wherein
plaintiff
Miss Joanne DyhS You 9
required Corentlne
Mrs. Brassell's parentsMr. to Lannuael whoa Poaay
visiting weekend Services appear on peeks divorce and
Andy of Gainesville were 11 a. m. Morning general equitable
Methodist April 18th. IS51. In the residence U Unknown
In
Hicks Community above named J> .
and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright of Mrs. Dlnklns' parents.Mr. Court and ca u r., You are tf relief. Pradford County Telegraph I
wherein
guests Lunch at the Church. plaintiff required appear on
Church Gainesville, on Palm Sun-I 12 a. m. seeks shall !publish this Order. In next four For '|
divorce 40c'
last Saturday. and Mrs. J. M. Browning. Bradford County April 16th. 1951 In the above namedCpurl ,: ,
day afternoon. The Rev. Robert After lunch Baptism of Mar- Telegraph. shall publl.h thl. Order. and cause, wherein plaintiffneekn weekly 'lueir.
Judy and Frankle Wainwright IllrtJiilay l-arly __ ht next four divorce, : I and I Witness my hand and official, peal FREE
Gray Hampton Baptist Pastor tin___ Hersev_ Jr. at Minnie Lake. weekly issues. caie. custody control | Bleach
of Jacksonville spent the weekend n UTI.. ...n.._..... _u 1. _.._. I ._'. U' rif minor child. Bradford County at Starke, Florida this March Sth. in
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__......d. .....__. Mrs. Frank Jones entertainedwith performed the ceremony. Edward Brother Flegert visited! our al Starks Vit Florida"| u this ano nrnriai ei Telegraph. ./ | shall publish this Or. I9S1 Temple Ave.
. March
I """IL"nlV" '''' a birthday party for her son, Saxon was vocal soloist and Emory Church last Sunday night and 1961.OFFICIAL. th, der In next four weekly I.au.l (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J ThoMAs.
! Mrs. A. H. Harley' spent several ( Witness my hand and official enl. A. Clerk of said Court.
Tommy on his sixth birthday Brown and Richard May served as delivered a wonderful me aag... MEAL) A. ,. Thomas at Htarke, Florida, this March 15th By Haven. Cro.bv, Deputy Clerk 0
I days recently with her brother, ; ushers He also made plans for the revival. IIy Haven A. Clerk- ot said Court.T. 19)1. Chan. R He.*-204-05 Ouaranty Lit
; Mr. Biggs, of Georgetown. March 10. The green and yellowbirthday LnndrmYStark..ty' Clark (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Building Jarkionvllle, Florida.
Fred D. Elland. Merchant Sea Cottage Prayer Meeting was A* Clerk. of said ('ollrt.Ir.v.r Atty. for Plf. J9|
cake sporting six candles Attys, for pit, ; F/t' 4t If30|
t Mrs. :J. J. Smith has returned WeWlfll
I j man arrived at his home here last held last Wednesday night at 418/ :; Havre Crosby: Deputy Clerk -
44 to her home here after upending was very pretty to look at. Thursday midnight after nearly I. Clreell Csvl. n..dtnrd. T. Evans-Neal; D Evans, Jr. In Tlrenlt Conrt. Bradford Coaaty
the home of the Clyde Mersey's.Im (00.47. 101 few UtiildlnprAtty
I Kxrhanire Floridsr In raanerrr.
F'Ier1Ap 1. <
some time with her son, W. M. The children enjoyed the after 7 months of sea duty which took Robert L. ('haaeery. *: for I'lf.! 3115 4t 416! Murll Jean Kurt., Plaintiff va. Vil- Dry Your i

Smith and family of Deland. noon playing games and watching him as far as Japan and only 70 t IreaJt ('".n. Bradford c....,., Della Mae Proctor Proctor, Defendant Plaintiff. vs .. lam John Kurt, Defendant.
In The Iri-nlt I .t Of Florid
will Friends be of Interested W. M. to and know his wife they television after which they were miles away from Korea. sally Plorlrfai. B Freed lerer7.Plaintiff. VI. EdwardA. Order ?, 1',,..,,,.,,.... Aad'ace Noltee No. 5110. r.lKhth ...(.II. I.I i <..Ircalt. In and ForRndtord Order Of Pnhllmtlon Case And Notice No 1304 ToAppear For 20(|
served cake. Ice cream and candy Frieda Elland Fred'I teen-age Freed Defendant '..p.... "T.\T.: OF T... ounty.r' LAW WTATF) OF FLORID. XoiVllllatn
are the of a son, Ronald, Can: No 9104 l FI.Oltfl/\ \ John whose la New Aateen
parents Della Kurti. residence d
with balloons for favors. Tommy Mae .
niohe Co,
whoRe Flnnni-g Inc. a corpora-! .
daughter, mail loc""i residence
Scott. gave a party to Order Of F>.lillea. 'loa> Cad Notlr To and addrex ; C b. unknown:
lion. Plaintiff v* Mallory Thoma -
:
received many pretty and useful 15: of her school friends on Friday Appear STATE: Of 1"1.0'11.1'01 You' and V'liirlnla: Thom. Defendant, You are requlrfd tn appear on
{ Little Nina Wells of Fernandlna flfts. Enjoying the occasion with evening.Mrs. I Edward A. Freed wtioxi residence 'April 18 are th.' 1551 required!i. 'In the to above appear on >I,'IIC'K OK sl1'r'rho April 9th ID51. In the.above. named .
Is spending the week with her Tommy were Lorraine Priest, I la Unknown! Court and armed State. Of Klorlila-I'oi Court and cause wherein plaintiff
cause wherein .
Hubert Ellis departed Sun- You ea r. required to appear on divorce plaintiff Mallory C. Thanes. He.ldenc: South eek divorce. Bradford CountvTelegraph
Bradford
grandmother Mrs. Effle Miner Wanda Wall Donnie and Ronnie for her April 16th 1931. In the above named jeekn Telexraph. County II..",t. Indiana.: shall publish thl Order
day home In shall
and her sister Miss Mary Ann. McSwaln Blanche Monde, Donald Levering. I'iMirt and cause, wherein plaintiff In next four weekly. puhiiah. this. Order Virginia Thnma., Residence: I.ake.villA. In next four weekly l.Hue The W as
Inane
Mich., after spending the past :a .....k. divorce. Rrailford. County Witness Indiana. Witness mv hand and official peal
Member the MYF of the
of
and Dianne Thomas Ola Mae and my hand and official' neat. I
YOU r AHK IIKREDY NOTIPIEO' nl
weeks with Telegraph shall publish this OrdvrIn Htarke, Florida this March Sth,
her mother, Mrs. at
starke
Methodlat church, accompaniedby annle Phillips James Fanning next four weekly. l.*ueii. Florida thin :March 14th thai' M stilt has been. filed' against 10x1
,Mrs. L. H. Futch and their Charles YarbrouKh. Darrell Ran. Mamie\ Meade. This was Mrs Witness my hand. anti official! seal. IDfil. )roll by lU.OBK FINANCE CO. INO (OFFICIAl. SEAL' A J. Thomas
Ellis' first visit to Florida In 15: Florida this March loth
nt Htarke
pastor, Rev. W. T. Walters, attended I Jail Carol Faye and Ferrell Jean .1151-.
a meeting in Palatka on Bradley. Billy Anders, Randall years and she found quite a few (OFFICIAL A.Clerk A .J. Thomas.'
changes In While In of said Cnurt
Monday night of last week. I Boxx Betty Joe and Mary Jane Hampton.
1
fir the south she and her mother By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk

6t Members and friends of the I Clark. Mary- and Abbie Harley.- visited___ relative_ ______ __ .In__ COCOA__n_ _and___ flak____ 3,16, 4t 4,,6
3
Chuck and Jimmie Moore Vera
y Methodist church enjoyed a covered Hill and the Woodrow Hicks fame I. flrrult Court. Bradford County,
dish luncheon In the Sunday Crews Dianne Vance, Buddy De- r'lorldat. !. CkaarerrKil.llu LOVETT'STARKE
School annex of the church Friday vine Brenda Thorpe, Minnie Lee ily In Brunswick Qa.Mr. Bryan. plaintiff, v*. Fran....
and L. A. Hall F. Bryan Defendant
Mrs had
evening of last week. This was Grlffls Muriel Boatrlght June as Cape. Nn. (w
a social get-to-gether and a good Starling. Lavonla Robert and Nadine their guents Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Order Of Pnbllpatloa, "A.d' "lollce. To
Fred Grant of Ontario. Canada Appear ATA1K" OF. rLORI)t TolFranreK
Yarbrough Shirley Ann
21 time was had by all. F Bryan who. realdenee.
: ti Mr. and Mrs. O. :J. Anders were Clark and Maxine Jones. and Miss Dorothy Engelke of I.. 92.1 North Sth Street New llyda
Melrose. The group enjoyed a delightful Fork Lona bland New York!
attending to business In
vllle last Saturday. JaCkson-I CARD OF THANKS picnic-lunch and sightseeing April You Kth.are 1911.required In the to above appear named on FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through SAT. MARCH 2 !

1 Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and We wish to( express our heartfelt tour at Foster Memorial Court. and cause. wherein.. plaintiff ,
eeka divorce Bradford Cnunty'elerraph
B. Arwood spent the weekend In appreciation for the lovely Park.Mr.. shall publish thl Order.
1 w Tallahassee with Mrs. Wyrtck's floral pieces given and all kindnesses and Mrs. Eugene Blrt left In next four weekly. laauea.Wltneaa .

r 'F daughter Mrs. C, L. Carter and and expressions of sympathy last week for an extended stay at Starke, my Florida hand. thin and March official Hth.5I. sealat AMERICAN OIL 2 LB. EDWARDS PURESardines

family. extended to us during our Pompano Beach. :

, Miss Elizabeth Terry Mr*. Joyce recent bereavement.The Mrs. Della Dyal. who tan spent :OFFICIAL 8RAL A* Clerk.> A of.J aald. Thoman Court

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!\IOTlrNIlnAPFOttll Will on the 30th day, of April. inoi jsa-do 216.11 F
--r- 1 Mrs. L. G. Powell I Edna Noegel ToWed I COUNTY. FI..c'RII1A, apply! l l to the Honorable JiiclKB of K. K.Bradford Perry- In You In nil. are Now, V

I i' On Flowers I Elmer JohnsI Mm *t 114.! 1161NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that mAn i-i.unty County, for Final Ulirlmrit* .. Kx.niti.r April 11.1, 15.( .
Speaks .. .. <>f Lillian MayUi.nit. Court and ,
Bi'i-tlon 9 of chapterlr2' nf the Kmate
I ;! mi [ Women's Club it mmult' ''''"' L.awh l I. of Klnrldft. AelH .., | Tkmwii .>r Hoilrt.' devraneil.' saek.. dtvor.,
I t I At ., .. ... HM th* :MPUI'HY Af'T. th- Thin 22nd dav of March. t961. Irul, of mini, ,,
"' -' "" '- .' -- -- -"--' odd. Rxmiutor County
1 : l> 'PI.g
I I' ritllftvinir df t'I bed 'land In 1"1'.d'n..1 l lr Frederick Hydney
) I Mrs. L. Q. Powell, local florist ... ..unty, K)<>ricl.... will b.. off-iv l for. 3123 4t till. Order In n. M,
Wltne.H
I for ih* htghr m> i
ah it piibll outcry .
was the guest speaker for the I r lid I h"t t unh bit], Hiibjot't totht In C'Ireult r..urtllradlrd ColiatrKlorlilal at Stark,,. K
.. afternoon meeting of the Starke irht uf the Trustee. t>f the In- In ('hanerrr.Kfntrlc ., 1951.Ol"FICIAL.
i. t t'fiiHl' lnipn! >v<'ni,*nt Fund to reject H, Iflyant. Plaintiff vJoHeph ( '1
Womens club Wednesday of last tI any Hiid nil bltlf at the t'ourthnun**, II. Bryan. IJ..r"dant. \
;j" 11 Office week and used as her topic I ciclTinlnfc at' 10.00: o'clock A. M, on C'ft.e No ??. ny H v..n,
of 11 61. Outnlde of Order Of Pu..II..I.n" Roller Ttppenr Kviin T KIR; ,, ,
Jiune 2I the 23 1ny April. .
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&; Flowers' In, around and for the niiinU>liialftlvr< acvnivnt for road M'I'\'IM' OV .1.Oltll'I'.' 103 IMW Kh, ,
- ; home", ""hrht.l of way 200( ( ft wldd will b.* Joneph., If Itryant, whoni renldence Jackxonvllln. |I.
----- rsrrrSSSSStflrrSSSSetSSS In opening her talk, Mrs. Powell rtn.>rvt* which tht>r. I tan vxtntlntf ,tate road nan I'lty, Mlniiourl: .
Service WSCS Luncheons invited her listeners to visit with At, tu all landH title to onwhalf of Ynu are r"iulred| to appear. on 'I.
Good
'; Friday her in her Imaginary garden of all p..trol..um) and three-fourth. of April 2.1.* 1951. In the above namedCourt In Circuit C.inri.. !
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nthr mln..aIH] will he ...,....v.I.., All and raue wherein plaintiff' Florida i in Chiin.;..,lrOd.. 5 G
Concludes Holy Week Help Building Fund flowers, shrubs and native plants fldMlonHblft material. In rHcrved.irn ,Keek divorce vuntody and controlof Wllllmn borg. r L ? .",
t I Lon: took her guests with her on .. .TlptloM. If.... Tp. K.... A... minor rhlld. Bradford County Iff. VII. Mnrl... |, 'm. I
service at 12: Several luncheons have been tO'ofNW'4' and Teleirraph nhall publlHh this OrderIn fondant. ..1.1 1 1
5 r The Good Friday a trip through South Carolina. NlVi of HWi4 and next four weekly. limuei, Order Of Publi..,,,",.... ".
; 03 p. m. Friday. March 23 will given In the past week by mern.ban with especial emphasis on the -NR4 of HK><, and I Witness mv hand and official. Real Ap ""' t'I'iIII.: .>.. 'O(, \
? r conclude the Holy Week service of the WSCS for the Metho- : famous Magnolia Gardens. Mrs M'i.. 10 US 2ZB: 320N' at ,Starke, Florida, thin March 21, MrH. Maria' Merenldence \. ('r'ri,9''' .J
18 88 2212 820 19111. and ,
: ) held this week In the Starke dist Church building fund. ; Powell throughout her talk, stressed SW'4' A NW'4' (OFFICIAL.' anAL) A .J. Thomas., I Marllon. M df ,
f I Methodist Educational Building. Mrs:' D. E. Knight was hostessat the need for flowers, not only of S101-4 15 8S! Ira: 200 A. Clerk of said Court I You are reqniV ,I J"
week TRI'HTKKS!I OF THE: INTF.RNALJMI'1000VgMENT By Haven Cronhy: Deputy! Clerk April 23. 1951, In 't '1
Guest speakers during: the luncheon last Friday to Mrs. W for decorative purposes but alsoas : FUND OK THK T. Frank Lnnilrum, Starke Florida. Court ana came. i4 01"
i 9 have been: Rev. B. E. Simmons H. Nollman. Mrs. II. V, Knight a means of feeding the soul HTATK! OK FLORIDA Attyii for Pit 9J23 4t till| .eeks. dlvorc*. 11.11'ho"' ,
1 of Monticello, Dr. J. Ralph Hv A. J. Thomas. Agent, Telegraph.< shall .11'> ,,, r(
Mrs. R. R. Thede Jr., Mrs. Mary and as a means of relaxation. TrilHteeH. ]. J. Fund. In Irctilt Court Ilrailfuril Coiintr, in next four \vWltneiifl II
Neale minister of the Com Beth Smith and Mrs. H. M.Rlcharde. Several poetical quotations were It r'liirlilm In ('hancerr* toy hi,* ,"
PhyllIs Biicklev' I-lalntlff. vn John lit Hiarke Kim 0
munlty Church In Keystonett .
given to llluntrate tier talk. Buckley. Hefendant. Cane No. 11331Op.lrr 1951. ) .
Heights, Rev. T. G. Mitchell and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins entertained at Mrs. Powell was Introduced by \OTH K Of Hnhlloatlon And Notice To. (OFFICIAL AF.\ :.! '
the TO WHOM I IT MAY C'ONC'EflN:<; 'i'\'rr or "''1.(1111)'I.*. AI
t Chaplain Leslie Shepherd of __ .._ iiir 'I i
luncheon and had as her Mrs. E. L. MiHthews chairman '" INW'wt' L i I
Tuesday N r State Prison in Ralford. The pub. guesti: Mrs. L. F. Chapman and of American Home who had charge flleil my Final, Repo-t In the Knluttt unknown and' whoa mnlllnir addreHH, T. Frank tamli,
.#I, lie Is cordially Invited to attend of the Preceding the and Mrs. J. T. Quigley announce of l.llllHn. Mny llonKer: Uu Mrs. P, D. Fancher of State Farm program.
4 the Good Friday Services which talk. Miss Patsy Benton the engagement of their
will\ feature Miss Virginia Sewellas and M.a. L. F. Smith, Sr., Mrs. Edward anted at the piano by Miss accomp-Julia foster daughter Edna Earle

as truest soloist singing. "Were Burns and Mrs. FletclierSurdette. Eileen Lawson. sang two numbers NoeR-el' to Elmer L. Johns son of
you There When They Cruclflet "God Bless This Home" and "The Mr and Mrs. C. B. Johns. Date

: ''I My Lord." Wednesday( noon Mrs. T. II. SmUt Londonderry Air". :Mrs.V. Rlorae of wedding will be announced I '

.." ". ''' was luncheon hostess ,to: Mrs. A, presided during the business later. r EAST (1)
-- meetlnar. I
jJi Z. Adkins, Mrs Herbert Ritch Tempting refreshments were St. Patrick's Dance J t
Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. James A. '
\ the social hour
f 1L I Griffin Mrs. W. E. Torode Sr., hostesses during: Mrs. C. H. Nas-by Held SaturdaySt. 2 fEASTE.I

J STARKE FL-:." Mrs. Charley Johns, Mrs. J. L. worthy Mrs. C. S. Partln. Mrs. E Edward's recreation hall was
B. Searing Mrs. L. A. Shepherd
Andrews and
Anderson, Mrs. J. W. the scene of a gay St. Patrick's
iif Fate Brawn. Mrs. Lemuel Col-
.
Mrs. Edward Burns. dance Saturday evening for the
Fri., Sat. Mar. 23-21 Mrs. W. 1* Cooper Mrs. Is!. F.
benefit of the Catholic Church.
DOUBLE FEATURE" and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell.
Multi-shades of green crepe
TRIPLE streamers were strung across the
(Hagan Wallace Egg Hunts hall and Individual tables were

., I TROUBLE Highlight Week : placed around the dance floor for
he occasion.
w Leo orvy and the Bowery Boys For Youngsters During the evening Father W. H .I

AND 3-RING CIRCUS"A Neuhaus gave a short talk on St. -.
r'' RIDERSJNTHEDARK Caster egg hunts are the pre Patrick and led the guests In songs A '
Ling entertainment for the while dancing prevailed the rest
Clean and Beautiful
set this week.
of the
evening. ?
Show" The first one on the calendar I Taking tickets at the door were .

I With Whip Wilson given by the Baptist Sunday Mrs. Louis R. Dean and Mrs. Rob-
groups: the Story Hour I bie Shaller. Also meeting the guesti
Also CARTOON & SERIAL
u i .
Mrs. O. L. Llnson's
STARKE class at the door was Mrs. K. W. Met-
.; the Cradle Roll group all had who St. Patrick but. _
Sun., Mon., Tues. I ger pinned
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March 23; 26. 27 1 Day OnlyiWEDNESDAY !I Easter egg hunts Thursday tons: on the guests. Presiding at i l
at the Church. The Sun- the lunch bar were Mrs. Hock, Mrs :
kl EASTER PARADE : t &y school clasHes of the Pre by.I Joe Wallace and Mrs. Steve Wei- ; :
4i Judy Garland Frcil Atlr I church also had their hunt don. Louis Dean was In charge :
Also. NEWS Jk CAKTOOV : I the. Church yard Thursday after. ot the juke box. a .

;Ih Wed.. Thurs. Mar. 28-29 AI'KIL ,1T1I : ,, Martha Smith's kindegarten Customers'

1:' r DOUBLE FEATURE are lidding an Easter egg I StricklandSeibleEngagement
THE West Walnut St.; in the school. yard this morn- ; .Lf CornerMore
CIRCUS; GROUNDS ..* Frliinv. ! 4 .o Tattooed StrangerWith ;;tM s'.'Nelson-Green- ;:will. be"'the I Mr and Mrs. Clayton Strlck

t3 4 John lUll,-" &: Africa (On Highway No. 100)). : enl' of an egg hunt given by the land of Kingsley Lake announce than 5.000 loyal AaP employee PICNIC HAM
:. Whlt groups of the Methodist | the engagement and approaching are now loyal member of our country'sarmed
I
f J'I.1'8Burma See the \ with all members and I marriage of their daughter, Myra force
who wish to attend. meet- j Jacquelyn to James Eugene Each week \\'hol'.> or Slmnk
they ire being joined by
Great Featuresfrom at the Church first, at 2:30 o' Selple son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A Ib
: : Convoy : | Selple of Sharon Pa. more and more,of the young men who Half, Skinned | 47\ (

With C'hurlra BK-kfonl and I all part of the Following the regular Sunday i I The wedding will be an event have terved you so well in your AaP. U It,.. and up \
at the First Christian ,, of Friday evening April 6 at 8j
I Despite the lost of these experienced: Sl/eae] ><" than It Ib .,
Enl'n AnkersTIIUU '
II '' Slightl
IllghrALLGOOD
I (;[,OBE an Easter egg hunt will j o'clock in the Riverside Baptist
employees those of who remain the
given In the church yard for t'1 Church. No Invitations are being UII on
)JVIATINKE. MAn: and 29 NIGJlTONTHESTAGE. ONLY Featuring t Ing"I Sunday school children. Mon ,j,8'nt. all\ friends and relatives are job are working hard to maintain our high

the Episcopal Church Aux Invited to attend.Methodist standard of quality nd ervice. BACON, lb. ft|
: : BABY ELEPHANT will hold their annual egg I! .' Your comments and suggestions will
'j' A NIGHT IN in the Church yard right,I j Choir
IlEK.MtNS
One of the smallest Baby school for the Sunday school;1 help at train our new employees to keep

HIWAII Elephants on Tour today \ (' i I I: To Sing CantataThe your AaP a better place to shop. Please WEINERS, lb. 57
f i write
ADMISSION: I'I Senior Choir of the First
'i Adm. lie and 4Sc Adults 1.00 Children 50c I' Auxiliary Methodist Church of Starke will\ CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPT. IlllUKSKYK: CH'ICK FROZEN

Taxes encluded Officers, sing the Easter Cantata "The tfl** A..P Food Stores CHICKENS, 1 lb., 14 oz. 1.A 1.
| of Easter" C.
Song by Roger
420 Lothtgion Ave., New York 11, N. Y. i ..I
: The annual election of fleers j Wilson. on Easter Sunday evenIng & P
GRADE A 2 12PINEAPPLE Cl
held at the monthly meeting March 25: at 7:30: p. m. in
: The American Legion Auxll- 'j the Starke Woman's Club. The Sliced 33|
'. Post 58 Tuesday evening, I Senior Choir Is directed by Mrs.
'd 20th. New officers to be'' E. K. Ferryman Organist and A &:: I' GRADE A
2y In September are: ,, Choir Director. The public i li
President, Mrs. I. E. Clark; cordially Invited to attend. Grapefruit Section, No. 2 .17A

: Mrs. T. C. frozen I!I
$$1 ; Secretary-Treas.. Mrs. Car- ADDRESSESOF & P GRADE A YKIJUMV: CLING

Roberts; Historian Mrs. Al;, PEACHES
I INTERESTThe No. 1 tall -
:1 1i114.S > Carlisle; Sgts. at Arms, Mrs I
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m B
Y. Covington and Mrs. Tru
King; Chaplain Mrs. Mike I following addresses received A & p GRAUE'A! small Size, Nil. sos)
by the Telegraph\ will be of Interest
Fit 11)AY AND SATURDAY ONLY ; Executive Committee I to readers: PEAS, Early June 2
I : .. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr.;
: Pvt. Leon, W. Carter US530:
A. L. Crosby Jr.; Mcs. R.
03202 CIS Engr. Cmbt. Co., Ft. AP: GKADK.: A CREAM: STYLE, :M- >. 3d J

.1 ; ; RAZOR BLADES I .- Ic Stone. I Hennll1 Cpl. Ceo.. Ja. W. Ricks RA143S3034 CORN, White Sweet 1 11

Held : 8011 Sta. Hoitp., Ai'O 27, care "" i" l HllB

1 : POCKET COMBS 3c Baptist WMUThe I Postmaster San Francisco Calif Paas Egg Dyes I'
I .
Frank Bechtold. 642 West Jefferson -
WASHINGTON STATE RKO.: I)ELK_ :IOC'S
and business meet. Rockford, III.
ALARM CLOCKS 1.98; of program the Baptist WMU was held!I Ftc Wm. A. Andrews AF14303388 APPLES, 2 Ibs. 25c Junket FUDGE MIX 31

''Elf. I _ _ _ the Educational building Tues- I I Box 1-28, 3323 Student
afternoon at 3 o' clock. Sqdn., 3310 Gp., Scott AFB III. YELLO.W COOKING LARGE I'KG.
I SOc TOOTH PASTE 19c The program was opened! by'''. Mrs. R. T, Bell change from ONIONS, lb. 5c No Rinse _
ij Van Priest reading the de Elgin 111. to 5340 George St., SURF -

', {r S9c TOOTH BRUSH .. 29c I II I from on Matthews.the program Mrs. Priest the Skokie Pvt 111.Evan W. Hodge Jr.. ORANGES, SIb. bag. 29c BATH BAR .

US304265: Co. F, 13th Inf. Regt.,
class which dang two Sweet POTATOES 3 Ibs. 25c Lux TOILET SOAP 1
? $1.00 STATIONERY .. 59c and repeated their watch Ft. Jackson S. C ,
the ''!
Also
I taking part on pro-
II were members of the Girls CABBAGE, lb. 5c A.JAX CLEANSER I lj

I J $STATIONERY 98c H I who gave short talks'' ,,. I

t a solo. rendered by Carol Ann GRAPEFRUIT, 8 lb. bag 39c SILVER DUST 3

1 49c ALCOHOL 29c The meeting was In charge of
I Daisy Fowler Circle ,who had \uun; IIUL'I'IEMILK. IIVTH BAR TOILET SOAP

topic "Go nncl, Tell". Those Tall Can, 2 for 25c PALMOLIVE 1
f t I 100 ASPIRIN 19c I II part were Mrs. Jesse! New. -

r., .., Mrs. F. F. Shaw and Mrs IONA litTlE B.RCashmere -
and Mrs. F. B
Harding.
SHAMPOO 89c PEACHES, No. 2Y2 can. 28c
$1.78 Helen Curtis EGG 't" who gave the prayer. BOUQUETAAI"
f The business meeting was pre GEICREUS STRAINED
? by the president Mrs. S. E. I
$1.10 Jeris HAIR TONIC 67c. Prayer was given by Mrs BABY FOODS. 3 for a 29c 1 1lunOiIT

L. Hough. Reports of the I' SAILBLEACH 1 PRICE POLICY,

f $1.50 BODY POWDER 1.00 was. were closed given with prayer and the by i Qts. 13c 1 5 Storewide low prices on hundreds.oC |

Ada Alexander. : /o WS eeft items every day instead of just f rew"one.dsy" '
TISSUE box 25c Par J! DOG FOOD for 27cIt
I 402 Sheet of FACIAL \ Tenlv Attends or "week-end" .pedals. I'

I 'eeee oz. CAN All advertised th*
WMU MeetMrs. [ price (including < |
R 1-2 Lb. CHOCOLATES in cello bags 19c Association.I I I Swifts CHOP. HAM 57c of items not subject to price ceiling) *nJ

Edmond Tenly. when have enough though
guaranteed for
you one week even
: President of W. 1\0[. U. attended j Swift* PREM. 12 49cA&PFoodStore
j( FRESH STOCK OF EASTER CANDYCARPENTER'S State W. M. U. Convention in'''! Windstorm Insurance oz. can market prices go up. I

City lout week from 1I I I
I through Thursday alsc ,i We Sell UI! JT. believe this policy help a our ,

with State Executive i I tusiomert gave mart money.
of which she Is a member I,
was accompanied by Mrs. Earl Charley} E. Johns With the correct price marked on eerj | '"

of Brooker Associations! Agency The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. .,.item, plus an itemized cuh register slip'
I People's Leader and Mrs. know what A&P.
% you save at
IS STARK FLA. Eadr. ro.tc.t. you
i May Lacross, Fla. Phone Coprrlt.ttd. IBM 1 -

: I The JMCO Store .. 300 East Call St. j
\ Circle to MeetThe ..,z. .
/ rii 64 Starke Fla. ..... .... Starke, Florida
Phone Woodman Circle will hold .
rMfltlna THC TRAVELERS. Hartford.
I *"> .
regular meeting Tuesday! I I
March 27, at 7:30 In the Hall. I I -


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23. 1651 Mr'N'1'17r1Fr1RIPI1. 8TARKK. FLORIDA, .r.II! Fnrll!
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l\rr and Mrs R E Hazen .. !Mrs. F J. Shaw Ann :Mrs\ .T--f : n -.
and Shirley Mary Geiger celebratedher CAItn OK THANKSWe order SIC I u hlles llna. S,,.. Sntlw Intppexr's'CI5' rAid Cer6'
I daughter" Mary Frances ol]J and Mrs. Ovid D. Bennett wr 80th birthday anniversary on I express our thanks to all ) III' Kl.lllllll To I 11, HR'' tl i j I'.," Cl<.-.*
Brooker + I. :-;. ., .. .>
wv,0 Hi1 ,11111Vh" r.ldrn" '- 4' 4.1 i ;
Saturday evening shopping la Jacksonville Monday.; Saturday) with "open house" for our many friends who showedus ". thiin, ,, It..""-nrd Munhnt'ir
I Diesis .f lotilnd! / Mrs "A E. McKinney I Miss Katy Mitchell daughter of her many friends and' relative so much kindness during Ih.recent ,, n I.""? lolinui, A..u V."rk
Mr. and Mrs. Dale :Mitchell\ of who i /Idled during the day. Illness and death of out! ,1.u, ,u I I' "rq, ,","i ,,01 ,to, uppr.n "II DOLLY
V hnl 2hd" 1'1,1.' : I 'in 'the (itinv' iiHm< tl I
Miss, Dolores ,McKnlght: a Starke now working In St. Augustine A family dinner was given at dear mother and sinter Mrs ,::1,..,.curt, 1 nud I ", iwh' ,.,ri.n| itininiirrHrmlfnril I
vIN THE NEWS student" at Florida-Southern. I was chosen from a groupof which time Mrs Geiger was pre.sent..d Vinda Forsyth. We especiallywish Tili'wiBph'k". Alvurcn Hh,, I".hll.h| .IhK.c Oril.''tinlvII E -I Y
'r
spent the weekend with hei girls to be painted by the with a beautiful white-iced! to thank Dr. C. K. Hayes I in net I..rur. a.. I"",,,.. POP CORN
- ---- parents Mr And Mrs. Eustis Mc- Hungarian artist Hugo DcNalga cake embossed with rose buds and and Rev. D. E. Willis and' the \V'Hn.Sun ki. nivnl ,iiind' unit ')fri< ''ftl! .. 1l you
: w-: J. Studstlll -Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Knight Miss! McKnight was the I Chosen for her excellent posingpersonality ; topped with 89 candles Arrangements members of the Klngley Lake I "I'l.lIliKKliM' "h'I.udu. Ihl- M"'h" 3
t spent theLaheland. are spending: this week in New I guest of Billy Smith at the Mil. she will be sent to of azaleas and spring flow Baptist Church. \I, I
I. Cheryl. Ga. visit- York where Mr. Matthews wa tary Ball at U. of F. Saturday the School of Art In New Yorkin ers were placed at points of Interest The Forsyth Family eee.e.e..eee..ee__ 4 u. .- rr- .

.' invited to serve as one of the evening. the near future. throughout the home for the I .
J. F. Studstlll.Andrews In flrrnlt .
Mr. Little occasion. Court llmilfonl ( niintrr'l.irlilni
and Ion, Jurors in the award of Pulitzer Miss Phyllis Strickland spent Jimmy Hazen ao In I hnnrrrr.Wllllv COMMUNITY DRIVE IN THEATRE
to the weekend In Jacksonville companied his father Vasco V Out-of-town guests were Mrs. G Mel' lrny' I'lnlntirr. v" Funnli
prize weekly
"H Stern newspapers.For wIth
W. A. I*. .
Hazen I MeKlroy. lvr
Mrs. C.
her sister Jackie. a flagman on the Orange Livingston of Tampa, Mrs. Emma mlnnt.'n.. .
visited the will No j.i:4
"' lee Stern print you be proud to The bi-monthly Blossom Special on his run to Ingland of Savannah Ga. and Orilr or Peb11ra11ua And %.....*. f.itppmr Keystone Heights, Fla.
on Sun- shoW your friends. Bring .. meeting of the .. ...
er Memorial u your Beta Miami over the weekend and Mrs.. Lillian Wainwright of T\1H .' Kl.llll ll>\ .
films. for developing and Sigma Phi sorority will be KHnnl I' McKlrov. whom rpNldMneo
print held Monday both attended the Dade County Jiorne. who are l-Iaw.I' In. 841) rurrlvr' Ntr.et, Atlanta 3. -SHOWS START AT DARK
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ing. Hollywood Photo and evening/ at theMrseJohn .. _
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Lghs\ of Naylor. Ga. Jewelry. -- -- -Mrs.- Ned- -.A'-' I guests of Mrs. Celcer and IlenraiatYml : r*r< ar jjtr*f_fj-*- r .. a- j j jj. -.
Martha Winkler is Yancy with Are required. to
lIughter, Mrs. Albert very much Dcas Mrs. W..J. Epperson Jr. anddllughtel' A.: A. Durden for the week. April fled, IBM in the al.i.vo appear named on. SUNDAY
hostess.A.
as .
U. Mrs. Hughs and improved after being confined tc Mary Sue and Sally Mrs. Ruth Ford received wore Court. and 1'iMiNd. nhorvln pin uttreseeks MONDAY TUESDAY .. MARCH 25-26-27
her bed with flu last week. D. Martin left dlvorr nr.dfnrd'aunty
1' Lt Tuesday to Tuesday Ann, and Mrs. that her husband. .
from for New Epperson's Maj. M. C. Fold" Telegraph' shall. piibliKh this Order
relatives In Orlan- B. Haynes of Winter Haven Orleans where he will\ resume parents. Mr. and Mrs. R 1. who has been in Tsulke, Japan for In next four weekly I..,,,>i iWltnomi .. HIT PARADE OF
g was the weekend his work with 1951 I I
guest of hit : Pioneer Dls Richard of Jacksonville attended the last 4 weeks has been transferred nt mv. hand and orritHnl seal
I. sister, Mrs Bertha mantling Co. Mrs. Martin Hiark*. Klorldu, thin March loth.
ToIn m11n eon Pearce. will\ the Palm Sunday services at back to Taegu Korea. He has 19.11liKKICIAI.
P.
In d; tea J. I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Howes returned join him later. the Stephen Foster Memorial received a promotion from ( "8K\r.' A. .T. Thi>mnAn .. Stnrrinir John ('lIrrof.1ari.) : ... McDonald Kstelita;
weekend guests,, on spot
1 r and family Mr. to their home in For print yon fill| jw ;>r.m,1| to Sunday... Captain to Major. I My Iliiv.m. OiuKi'i.Clerk, 1r I'. nlil Duty fnurt Clerk. Rodriguez and 2 (;Jreiit Hand!

1r Slaughter of Jasp..J Mich the past week after Mt'lIdon'l! show your frle.nK tiring us lour, "?r prim jou nlll IN- proud lKhmv <> Charles Knight of the U of F :1'3.1'' 4t (11 I I Latest :News
/ films and
ing: thewinter here. for developing' and. -- CARTOON
U J. Cook andRatings. / print your frlciKlx... Bring im jour.. will spend the Easter vacation [
L Mrs R. Mr. and Mrs. O. J Edwards:" | Inl{. lIolI.\\\c..1 l Pinto and Jewelry. rune for developing| and printIn here with relatives. i In I'ln-iilt 1'iiiirl. nrnd. ford (....."1,.. --, ..4_______________., '___,r, ..

Jr. nvlll spend the weekend In St i' Mr. and Mrs. C C Hoppe am' )f. 11,11)PIt"t"| || | and Jovvelry.Mr 13 l'r. Gold Se< .U Ctingolenm anilXniistrong .Klorlilni:Nolnn; In i IM.Hi.nrr humrrr.Viimi II"'I n" v I., !

nkler and home Shirley for Petersburg visiting Dr. and Mrs I' son, Jimmy of Tampa were the 'I and Mrs. VV. B. Mundy .' qUAkl'r IJnuh-uin at :.Volan. t>t>ft iiilaiu in \ x .: Wed. ThurH.!' .- Mar. 2S-29 FrI., S lIt. -- Mar. 30.31 1
!xpccted O. J. Edwards Sr,, j I weekend' guests of Mrs. O. L. 'were business visitors In Jack. hart l--iiniltiire, Co.Mr .

weekend from their I I Mrs. Hogan Smith had' as her K-y Mrs. JV.. Klncnld H..a"'j sonville Monday. and Mrs. 11. G. Davis Jr I Johnny \\Vls.smullor: as"Jl'NHLK

S. L'ur.ne.)' who under- 'I weekend guests, her brother-lit- ; to Tampa/ with the Hoppe'a. Mrs. Robert Lancaster ol and son Gregory Rawsnn, of Talla BELIEF AT LAST : ; JIM" Charles Starrett and Smiley

law and slater. Mr. and Mm I Mrs A. N. Siecr n id. .'.,,, .. Mayo spent several days lastveek asHve w.111 spend" Friday eveningWith
|'r operation at St Felix Uzzell of More Haven and' I Pat and Judy--Green'; -spent:;; .. las t I \ with her son-in-law and Mr anti___... '?_'n.tr. W.. _Hf_.. _N"w., ....". Iturnette in
1,1 Saturday return- j her mother, Mrs. R. C. Weave, Friday" afternoon In Jacksonville. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Martin at State Farm and Saturday eve. For Your COUGH 'I I Captive Girl

Jidny. of Miami, who Is remaining for i 1 Miss Juanita Phillips\ Land. fling with Mrs Davis' parents Mr '
was a Creomulsion I relieves promptly bccmno
seal. Congoleum and the week. | Jacksonville visitor Monday Miss Jimmle Mono riot of and' Mrs R. J. Davis.. it joe right to the lent of the trouble I Ito Ituster Crnbbe/ Anita Texas Dynamo
((tinker Linoleum at Mrs. Lee Bllsset of Miami \Is Mrs. p. M. Barefoot was In St State Farm was the overnight Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and I help loosen and expel term laden I t l.hoe.st: ;Kick VnllinLatest

,r Co visiting the Lawson families this 'Petersburg{ a few "days hut week /guest of Miss\ Mary Sue Epper- two sons lIolt and' Jimmy ol phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
j., r Is up and around week. to visit her sister Mrs. son Saturday. Meadow, Ga. are spending the !I heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial Goo 1 Cartoons
{Beige of the flu last Mrs. Roy 'Marquette who Parker who was seriously ill.Frances\ Lewis }{aloes. IT. of Wake holidays with Mrs. Johnson's mother I membranes. Guaranteed to please you : News and Cartoons!!
or refunded. CreomuUion has
underwent an 'operation at St I Mrs. L. F. Smith and Forest College N. C. will be Mrs. J. M. Brownlre. money
son. stood the of millions ,
Larry test of users. ..
( Olson left last Frl- Luke's of home for the Easter Mrs. S. T. 6 r.
Hospital Thursday of last Penney Farms and Mrs. R. J weekend Dell and Mrs. A. V
|tend 111. to upend week Is getting along nicely and I j I Davis of Starke WE'retuellta/ lust with his parents Rev. and' Mrs. Long of Gainesville were Monday I I CREOIVIUL'SIONnllmt J OI'IES ARE ItETTER THAN EVER -

|ih her mother Mrsrs. la expected homes the end of the I I Friday" of Mrs. MV. M. North nno L. D. Haines. guests of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and .. c......., Card Gld,... Anita' Sr.. liltlt

week. MM. Nellie Beavers at State Farm Friends of the E. C. Manna Jr.of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. .eeeeefl-seee.eee .., r r. r .Ji

C. H. Wollen- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. WasserJr. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and St. Simon's Island. Ga.. formerly Maxle Carter, Jr. spent thf.

( Farmington, Conn will''pend the Easter week- children. Dianne and Nelson ol of Starke, will regret to weekend' In Orlando visiting

to visit Mrs. Wol- end with Mr. and' Mrs. R. E. Miami and Mrs. Carrie Ritch of hear that their little two year rlenda. GET f : .

her-In.law and HistHJIrs. I Wasser Sr. in St. Petersburg. Starke were visitors of Dr. and) old.. daughter Bonnie cut the tip Mr. and Mrs Robbie Shatter are' /-H--

: L. G. Powell Mrs. Dell Colley is now employedwith Mrs. T. G. Ritch In Jacksonville off her middle finger last week leaving today" for Belle Glade tc YOUR

lie enroute to New, ,' the Florida" Improvement', Thursday of last week. when she got caught In the door visit Mrs. Shaller's, son-in-law and ,v rl1r

Commission at Camp Standing. I Mr and Mrs. R. O. Dan by and While the doctor sewed.. the tip Slighter Mr.\ and Mrs. Jim Brown

children will spend the weekend lack nn HA--- -'P o-nvf-* littlo....._ .hrinu......- Godwin. and son. Jimmy, over the

with Mr. and Mr*. Dltn by'-p-'; that It .would' mend. weekend.Mr. ... I

Branch of lents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andrews Mrs. C. C. Mendoza of Jacksonville wind Mrs. 1'. M. Stevens of ,

a I and Mr and Mri. J. B spent Monday with her Washington/ D. C. were guests of
SURANCE I Dansby In Ozark Ala. arents. Mr. and' airs T. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 K. Douglas last
Griffin.N. Friday.
Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Avery ol
Concord Mass were guest.s of Mrs T. Rltch of Miami was I Mrs. Maxle Carter was the guestof t

Janie Avery Tuesday evening.! here Thursday of last week tc ,' her'niece, Mrs. Leon Hadrlck In from COLONIAL FLORIST

Mrs Ovid D. Bennett returned call for his family who had been Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. .

home Saturday" after visiting friends and' relatives J. M. Vickers and' daughters h ''f i,
spending
WALL !
\ AGENCY
the past 2 weeks In Norfolk Va here for two weeks visited<1 Mrs. Vlcker's parentsMr. CUT ri.OWKRS
with her himbaml. Seaman Mrs. E. J. Nix Jr. of Nashville and Mrs A. G. Gowen. In
LEASE PHONE 146 I Jst' Tenn Folkston Ga. over the weekend.
lust
Class Bennett was transferee, tt: spent week with her :
the Panama Canal pal'.nts. Mr. and' 1I1'S.V.. L. Miss f'hyllm Kneed' underwent a J
"onstant Service Over 50 Years (-orders.. to wait furth Andrew. The Andrews had ai major operation In St. Vincent' I ('0 WU(;J.S: *

Mr and' Mrs F. J. Shaw. Gene (their dinner guests last Fridpy hospital Thursday. I b
and Lamar Mrs. T. C. Chuntian of HamptonMrs Mrs. W G. Halle left Thursdav
Bennett attended and' Mrs.the Ovid Stephen D Denver R. Devrlr was for a weeks visit! with her cliildi-'i I DISH (; %Illl'NS) : AND I NOVELTIKS;

Memorial services in'hlt... ailed' to ClmileMonv.. Va. In Miami, Mr. and Mr 11 W G
Springs Sunday. Thursday of best week by the Halle Jr. and daughters and Jack
death of her Vernon Halle. BLOOMING; POTTKl PLANTS
For prlnlH >ou will ln proud to brother
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SPECIAL how Carper Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle moved
lour friends. Bring us jour ,
films for developing and pilnt'Ing. Mrs\ Alice Shepherd' of Jack. fromtheir apartment on Clark

*v I Hollywood Photo and Jeuelry., sonvlllp Is making' rtn Indefinitevisit I street to the Black'Vell house on

THIS WEEK ONLY Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of with.: her aon-ln-lnw Rod 1 Lafavette street which they. -rei Whatever the sentiment you iritth to expremt .

Wilmington/ Del., are !guests this daughter, Mr. and Mrs C. A cently purchased.Pvt. ...
week of Mrs. T. T. Long. Knight. ]Kenneth Orlder of Fort al Easter time, ice have the right flowers for

? EtdO"S1it'O"OM Hallmark Fluster: fun Is. Holly\ Jackson S. C. spent the!' weekend r II the occasion

uood Photo and .J"\'lr' Store.E. hero visiting his parents and

\\ : Jj1J'l4Hlca/ CM N.P4Se1/ J. Dnhmer returned Sunday friends.Mrs. Roy J. Andrews and
from
a .week's trip to Lansing PHONE 218COLONIAL
Mich. He brought back with him daughter, Barbara Jean, of Green

NEW his mother-in-law Mrs. Eva Allen Cove Springs were Monday" visitors
of Mrs. R. O. Dansb)'.
who will spend some time
Mrs. Janie Avery was hostess tc
with tho Dahmerti In Jackson-
her regular Canasta Club Tuesday

BENDIX vllle.Mrs. evening. She also had as her
A. R. FLORIST
Fumes Jr. ol
{ guests Mrs. Belva/ Porter Hadley
COS Uniontown. Ohio Is
visiting her Reese of Klngsley Lake, Jim Hud
EXTBA automatic brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
NO son and Ed Carswell of Tampa "
AT and Mrs. Charles Hardy" this and, Mrs. Pauline Tnrode.T. CYNTHIA SCIIJIITT"\ NONA S rulmT: STAUKE. FLA.

Frank Landrum spent the

eIEb3Sed I Iwlt ECONOMAT Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, Jr. and early part of the week In Brooks- ..
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ii glachine 0 Mary Rivers drove toallahassee ville on Business and also visiting

every Thursday" to get Mrs Landrum.Mr. .

R. P. Stubbins. Sr. who will and Mrs. A. D. Martin returned -

_ WASHER visit the Stubbins over Easter. I to Starke Saturday after
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mark spending three weeks In Ozark FORD

1. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I i I Ala.Mrs.
Norman ,attended the Ice Show I I Chas. Plckhardt of Miami

r in Jacksonville Wednesday" even- spent a few days here visiting her
i Ing. I| sister, Mrs. A. D. Martin.





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WEEKLY C cLedice BARRY. LOWERY malt important. economy trial for American stock
; A 50 COLOR Both Ford V-8 rnodelcars..thefamouaannualMobilgaaEeonomyItun :
_ AND'- A Ford 100-h.p.) V-8 equipped with Over-
RINS-SAVER M rJ and SIX Deliver/ drive took first place competing against! all cars
in its priie chess, making 6..6H7 ton-miles per
Rebuilt by rI .
that love up la 56 gallon $ e Re was more than 25.9 gallon and 2i.9\H.! miles tx-r linn. And ita companion

I Experts5Yr. of water each wathdoy I a man -.-. in quality the new Konl SIX with Ovrrdriv
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:i CESII J Guarantee with a ... r' miles per gallon was right up there with the winner In fact, both
cur averuifuil better than 25.9 miles per gallon.
PRICE o Fully mutom tic-jet no wringer, no chip .
New Motor ,1 ipmner. no bolting dowa j hi. } 4l Traditional Ford economy, for the second straight.
... on Gruelling has been proved In competition. Provedon
New 5-Speed Powerful UNDERTOW /GITA- Cp' T INO \\l year open
$13.00 Down Control TOR WASHING I I 1 I ROBERT MIDAS' J shoulder \!< \ the tough lO-mil. (rind) from Lou AnKclpa to thoirnnil
I and a ( 840-mila toil ( Canyon a course that included citY'tralJle
'. New Sew lire e FLOATAWAYFLUSHAWAYdnining I HOOSIER HOT SHOTS p lielow-wa-lovel desert heat and 7XM-foot,(

.. s New Carrying I SHAW LEI 3 RIO BROTHERS BorderLady C proves Fordttonomy mountain pn......... Kord's Automatic Mileage Maker
Case II eNew porcelain top (or elua work I. GLENN VERNON EODII RYAN standard equipment on all Ford V-S'. and 3IXKH.:
I surfacee LEGGY STEWART on his '5 contributed i to this (treat achievement by squeezing
Anuiing WoaJemib (guaranteed } 'BRITt WOOD the l lout milo out of every drop of gasoline.
pIu. A STAR STUDDED v* iny CAST) mind!
years in writing) Why not "Tout Drive" tli.. new Ford! at your

o One dial docs the work-f ou don'l ,%lm> "Aloin Man v.. Hupcrnutn" neighborhood! Ford Dealer'' .? There's no better way
ace bit co be ther I to be convinrvd that "You can pay more but youcan't
serial and ('at llappj" \art..n\
I A ,rated d |..Jl.M_ pFll_ ", 1M. I buy better!
Sun., Alon. -Mar. 2526iidi1 rib. AAA fVintMt ll<>.r $65.00 leif than lh. .avg. i I fn .nUi>n" r<>raitil I* to xi> l A r l cum ;: wih.
ands Van ..a
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price ol automatic washers ...,..."" ,, AIs., arn..m Ynil Ih. r.r w.ghl:, 1 llncliullnc, p.rnge.el; i: tuna multiplied. j br
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with Overdrive
ACME VACUUM STORES Inc. 12.33 PerIonth: \
'' 412 W. Forsyth StM Jacksonville Fla. \\\\9\ ,....'\ S 1j LORD) O'BRIENFUMING.

old!( tike a fret fully g 0 r- I Electric '1fFAD I DOES 54.587 TON-MILES PER GALLOK
home d mon tr tlon cj your I \Winkler ONiW'l1 thI1nae BE
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F"' PAGE SIX po, __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDY MARR b
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1'.I':,, Kucera of the University of Ohlc CALL FOPS RID"IUTU'1 Eton T !':van. Neal. r>. Rvann, :Jr Appear STVTR .or ri.omn TelStreet ..r April Court Znd.and:! J981 cause, In, wherein the boT plaintiffeeeka named seal Witness at 'Hrarke my, Florida hand and this official February I I. ( 'W'tty.fs"a.Mir.'w" : n"(1.. 'Ii
-- -- ------- -- -- when. rPRlden" .
o
niM l
In Columbus who Joined his .. Florida. in 11 Mxth New Kocholl, po
KI JHil'A Telegraph, shall publish this OrderIn ( SEAL) A.I. Thomas, '
STATE FARM Mr. KuceraSr Peal'd IV d AIt fir IMf 1:9': parents here Friday. Millwjll/ lie ro'" by ) New next four weekly t uea. As Clefk of said Court
Kucera's brother. En the I..rd! ,.f pnl'li. In-trnU..n I of y.." are rntutr.d tn appear on Witness my hand and official Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk Of INiMI. ,.. I. I
? Mm. is Dr. Kradford County Flor Ida, IH the office Irrult Court Bradford C.sety.FI April 'th, 1961. In the above namedCourt neat at stark, Florida this March Hollls By V. Knight Starke Florida .'r'n: *. 1,A,11 1"
By Brjanhlinrid route to their home In Mont ..r the 8up..rlrifnd<'nt uf I'uLlli In tScarer". and came wherein plaintiff 1M, 181. for Fit. S3| 4t 8131i iXTK- Hew II"h "a,
Clemens, Michigan after wintering Inntrurtlon In Stark .Florida. up Len If neltagon. Plaintiff VSlleatrlrfl ......kll, divorce. Bradford County (OFFJCIAL1EAL! ) A. : Atty ?. I I. nG.. :'
to 10 ..'..Iu"k A.M K: M T. MondayApril T. DeKagun, DefenduntCase Trlxicraphhi ll publish\ this OrderIn As Clerk of saidhCourt NIITIfM i You are r' .
During the pant weekend Mr. in Florida Mr. and Mr 2. l Ipll lit ohlih time,, and No stet ; neat four weekly iMiiea.Wltn By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk Notice Is hereby given that the Court\ tnd: I''
and Mrs W. F. Atwood of Jacksonville James Hunting also guests of Dr. place all bide rrr,.l0 will be publicly Order 01 Pnbllpatlon And Motl,. TeAppear .. n my M>n<1 ..n<1 official cenlat Evan T' Kvana-Neal Evans Jr undersigned Is engaged In business. seeks and :,: ., '
I and a" aloud for. fur N'r\TFi OF PI.OIIII To IIValrlce Florida thin March Exchange BuNdlne; Jacksonville dlvir..
opened rstable Stark 103 Law under the flctlclous name of R. H
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. and Mrs Kucera Sunday night. g Mil I materials and L Uu ramI I T. DeHagon, whose resldrnre alh, 1911.ION'Fl'IAL. Florid Alvarez. and Sun Transfer and Taleitraiih I" iiinl_1 I
Pringle and their son Harry, and On their way from their homeIn ronntru nll ,
4 Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburn- Ruakin to visit other relative 1941 ADDITION OK, SIX' r-I.A"SKOO.VS You.: are required to appear on fly Haven Cronby* Clerk, Deputy of Clnrk Court I. Clrenlt cn.t; '; a.'... ('...
dale were guests of Mr. and Mrs in Macclenny Mr. and Mrs PCHOOL April Bth, J96I. In the above named 1/9/ 4t liao; KlorMai I. Inaneerr.Fred of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1951
I', S. Crews and of Mr. and Mrs Harry Molz and their baby son BTAHKB WH1TK TI.ANT. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Oetha, Plaintiff VA. Mary .1; Bradford County, Florida, (OFFICIAL .:,PAL 4I
HTARKR. XUHilDA seeks divorce, care, cilxtody and control I. <'lri>nlt Cnnrl. tlrnilford Commtr, O.lha.' Defendant. Case No 8282 K. H. Alvares. AI trek
C. D. Sellers Mrs. Rivera came visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L Williams Any bid received after the .p...-,. of minor non Bradford County flnrhlitl. III Htnnrrrr.IMHnle Order. Of Pnbllrattnsi tad Notice T.Apprse''rATE Owner Starke Florida i T. Frank ". I n' '
to stay with relatives In this Saturday. fled time and data will not be oonld Telegraph .hnll. publish this OrderIn r.udden. Plaintiff VI. Chance OP FLORIDA To Sl| 4t 330| Attya. I.anrtl "n +
for L F
.. Plf
and red next four weekly Issues.Witness R. Ludd.n. Dor..ndant. Mary Jo fletha, who. residence In
section and Sunday Mr. Spring Luncheon Each bid trust be accompanied bya hand and official sealat Cane No. M| Ironwood Road Routh (Rural Route .
i I :Mrs. Crews Mr Sellers and her Just preceding last Tuesday'smeeting .rtII..1; check or bid point In. the Sim.He,my Florida, this March Order. Of Publication Anil Nolle To 6, Box 40) South Bend, Indiana:
daughter, Patricia and Emma amount uf the per rent of the bane 7th uu.OI"I"ICIAI.. tlipear HI'ATM OF KIOIIII .TIMOlmrlen You are required to appear on
of the Community Club bill an runranfee that the bfdfler Ifewerd.d SKAL : It. Unlcten, who. residence April 1851, In the nlieve named
Lou accompanied their visitor the ( ) ClerkThomrt 2.1: :
contract will withinten As la t'nknown: Court reuse, wherein plaintiff For Prompt And
to La Cross where they all were Its membership enjoyed a seated coneecutlve calendar ""Y. afterwritten By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk You ate required to appear on _..k. divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph Reliable

k dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs D. luncheon at the Club House Each I award, enter notice Into being a written given contract ttt ."..h Chan. K ,Ileus Jacksonville. .-204-Oli Cltlllranty, Florida.LifeItulldlng Court April", 8th and, 19J1 cause In wherein the above plaintiff named next four shell weekly. publlBh. issue this Order1n ii INSURANCE SERVICESEE

L. Shaw. of the two beautifully appointed with the Hoard of Public TnNt ructionif 99| 4t S30! rkn divorce. Bradford County Wlt"e.eI'll"" hand and official
dining tables was centered withan Rradford County, Klorliln. In accordance TelcKrnph .hall publlKh this OrderIn seal at Rtnrke, Florida, thl. March
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long had I with the accepted hid and In Irrnlt ourt. Bradford County.r'erldnl next. four weekly (tenues.Wltnesn 1st 1951.
artistic arrangement of yellow irlve a contract aurety bond untlitfactory .. ....,.. official neal OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
their visitors this weekend In ( h. _.. my hand and (
i as past and white blossoms. In the to nald Hoard In an amount As Clerk of said Court
,
I Kenneth Kit-drlik 1\1I'D"8Id.l'llIln. at 8iark, Florida, thla March COLLEY INSURANCE
eritial to one hundred per cent of MucDonald, By Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk AGENl
their little grand-daughter, main Club Room azaleas were the contract price.Nu Defendant tlff v Helen UertruUn 7th, 196t.10.'FICIf... ) A J. Thoman., Evan T. Kvnns-Neal I> Evans, Jr.
I Mary Ann Long of Starke. effectively/ combined with dog- bidder. may withdraw file bid Case No 82,11 I ( SEAT.Aa Clerk of CourtBy. 103 Law KKi-hfuigo Building, Jacksonville I
:
for a period of thirty daya after the Florida. INSURANCEC.
Publication And Notice Totppear
Order Of .
I
wood and placed at vantage JFaven Cronby, Deputy Clerk
Visitors of Dr. and drs H. J. date for the I
mt
opening1 thereof. Mftlrl HV KI.OHII11 Tot Attys. for Flf. a12 4t 823fn | ;1
116 So. Walnut St.GENERAL
I? K Perrvman, Sla.'ke. Florida .
All _
points. On the President's tablea work shall bo done In '
+ 1 Kucera during the past week accordance -. /Helen Ovrtrudtt Macl"onald, whoseKKldenro Atty. for rif 39| 4t silo I I'ho,,
with ,
plan. "I"lrl"l1llon.
bowl of colorful early Spring I' In 1'19| Wllhcliu Street. rirenlt Court llrndford County. CARR COLLEY. Agent
have been Mr, and Mrs. B. J.Kucera 'flowers nod contract. document rrlatlvethrcta inltlmiire 23, :Maryland: I.n Irnnlt Court, Hrntlford Coualy.Florlilnl .' Florida I In ( knnrerr.J. !
was noted. Of outstanding I wh..h may be examined, at w, Thomns Plaintiff, vs. Gertrude -
You are required to appear on In .
of Cleveland Ohio who Interest at this Informal 'lh" offlco of the Superintendent of ChanceryhKlMla I Thomas, defenrlantCace.
April nth, 1951 In the above namedcourt \'" Katharine. Fain, Plaintiff
I'libllc Inelruellan 8t ark". N'lurlda" No. 8210Order
arrived and Richard
Thursday and rnuenhereln
plaintiffH .
the of \ Alfred Hugh Fnln Defendantrand '
meeting was display gifts or at the office of Sanford. Ruin, Of Pnhtlpallonna \nHrr ToAppror
| H dlvuri I Bradford ('auntyTelegraph 8iin3rilrr
that will be presented to Hope ,Arthltoct Ualnenvllle, Flurldiif shull. pukll..h this Ord.'rIn Of Pulilli-aHon. tad :Voile No TotlHirnr NI'tlH OK FI.ONID4 lot
net of rude whose residenceIs
Thomas
such and (}
plans
Contract .
Haven at Easter time .whencommittees next four weekly IssuesWitness '1'1'8'1 K: nt KI.IKIIIIt TotAirnd
documente and forma 410 Radnor Street, Nashville Ten.
for lil '
'PJfnir
will visit that Insti mav h.. necured by General frtnlrac.tora 1 my hAnd ,and official sealat Hugh Fnln, whose residence neonee. : T
Htnrkr Florida, thin :March
from" either of Mitld offlcea by r and address In nknowntI : You are required to appear on R.B.ALVAREZ&SON
BUILDINGMATERIALS tutlon. ilopoaltlnir therewith 7th. IDH.OI"I"'J.I. I You are required appear on April 2nd 1081, In the above' namedCourt
Fifteen holler the sum of ( [ SEAL) A. T. Thomas.As Mutt I 9th, 1 1951, \In hel above named and i cause, wherein plaintiff, STORGFE 1
With her son, Martin. Mrs. L. (lUnil) In Cecil l ormnn..v Clerk of Court Court and .
order, which ratine wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County
W. Fleming came Friday from refunded depnelt/ will he Bv Haven Croshv, Deputy Cl 1"I'k i seek divorce, custody and control Telegraph shall puhlUh this OrderIn
I upon nubmlHelnn of a Anna l Ivan T Jo van. 8e Neal- D Evans, Jr. and support of minor Issues.SPECIAL We
children. next four weekly operate
their home In Orlando to visit fide bid and return of Raid flam loa lAW lOxihnnire: Hulltllnir, Bradford County Telegraph shall 4? V Ht
her John and contract document*! In rood( con & long
parents, Mr. and Mrs. lacksonvllle. FltM'Ida.AttyH niihllNh thin Order In next four ,
dition within ten dnva after the T | W B.LVABtZ 6W Il
for Plf. 3'0 4t 8)30In ) weekly lnHtie ON ,
Godwin.Mr. an
data
net for upenlnr the bid, Any Tr *HM q.rta' iM )wherein f
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STILL AVAILABLE and Mrs C. M. Turneyhad additional* other act than)" requeated the mibmlHKlnn fur purpone of- (Irciilt C.n.t. llrnilford Cnunly.F9nrldns at AVIfnenR StarRe, mv Florida hand, and thla-official March .. .al'l SLIPCOVERSSETTEE r lpN MOVING |
In < hnncery IM M.n
as their guests Sunday Mr. a..bid_,:I.I.! be fiirnlnhed I I.at !the actual Hattie Jnhn.nl M1IeCn Ptnlnllft' vs 1,51. / r EXCELLCSTORA61
Now's The Time To r..,t ; RMrnJ (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas $12.50
and Mrs. John P. THirneu And .CTI upllcattun hilt wunoui re ; Anderson; ; McCoy.; MGndnn1;;:; ; : t Aa Clerk of laid Court
fund.lil.lcl.ru' i
their children, Mary Carol and;;c Case No 02"2O..d. nv iraven. Crosby Deputy Clerk CHAIn 5.00
I : Repair Or ouallflratlnna mutt he .. Of Publication And Xotlcv To, T Frank r.nn.lrum. Stark Florida.
John Jr. Mrs. Isreal and >>Rtl>.ructory to the Hoard MADE TO ORDERThis
? George of mi.lla 4ppenr 9'1't'1'F7 nv FI.OIIIII1 Tot Atlys. for Pit 39ft|, SI.10In
Remodelu1 George Isreal Jr., all of Jackson- lorldn.Inmmotion of Bradford County I frvtAnilerMon McCoy, whose .residence I Price Includes Labor Only. F.tcumtSee '
Is I'nknown: I Circuit 'enrb
I llradford County,
ville. The Hoard of Publlo Innlructlon You are" required to appear on rlnrldni In ( hnneery Itoes Not Include Material 1'
: 8651 PHONE 8652 Johnny Arnett of Gainesville of llrailfurd County Florida, re.Nerve. April 9th. 1191 1. In 'the above namedCotitt I I/ William Pnlmer Plaintiff vn. Agents For :
Catharine O'lFara
the right to waive Informal!, and cause, wherein plnlnttff Palmer" DefendantOrder Starke
spent the past weekend with Mr lien In any bid and to reject any or seeks divorce. Bradford County (A"' No. 5291 1 Bedding
and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. all blda. Telegraph shall nubllHh. this Order Of Pnhllratlon DELCIIERBROS. us MAll
Additional ,
tppear flllIIIDt\reTc\
The Ponrd In next four weekly ,Issues. MTATR OP CompanyPhone
! 4Hx i ANNISBUILDING visitors of Mr and Mrs. ra' Uradro,1 of County Publlo TnntriictlonB Witness "my hand and wfflrlsl I seal 1 .Catherine.. O'Hnra Palmer whnn. ---:- --._.,:j
Florida I .Id..n."
Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle fly 11...P. Morgan nth at "PtnrUe 1991.OFFICIAL" Florida, thla March Rn..kaway.* la 519 Peach, "tn s'i Far 51-W Starke
rr tary, are' NequlYed
Buck Mrs. H. F. Leeks and Mrs. ( SEAL A. .T. Thomas, Jfou to appear on
89|
St
323IB |
Irene Roberts of Palatka and As Clerk of Court
Mrs Robert Crutchfield and hereon Tlreiill ro. Bradford County, By Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk'
Klurlriai Im (bnneerr. s9! 4t also
SUPPLIES Inc. Freddie, of Sarasota.Mr. Wanda Conway Newman, Plaintiff _
v*. James I. Newman Defendantrane In Circuit (curt. Ilradford ('ntryty,
: ;
.' i and Mrs. Reese Bradleyand Klorldnt I In hnneery..
736 So. Main St. their sons Clinton and Jack Order Of Pnhllenllon And Notice No. I2Q1 To Ports Anita omhs Bergstresser
Plaintiff vs Clovri Lorraine
,i'' I GAINESVILLEUSE Wayne, of Jacksonville were Jnineit Appear. f.NrtTK Newman OF whon Fi.tItllt. rmlclenc. Toi Defendant Bergetreaeer BELO
r guests of Mr. and In H6nr :Manilla. Case No. 82H9
I, Mrs. J. M SlreetVayne, f
P :Michigan: Order Of Piihllcnllon And Notice ToAppenr ThesePRICES
N Bradley Sunday. You are requlrnd/ to appear on "'r t'r FoP) riOIIII> l Tot
fd :, April 9th 1951, In the above niiraied Clovd Lorraine Bergstresser. whoserecidenee e
r Court, and cause, wherein plaintiff and. address, Is I'nknown: eLrlet Lr/n// Ceiling
'' .p..kM divorce. Tlrnilford You are required to appear on
"ANNISTONE"I FREE. T..I.lt'rll.h elicit pnbllHh thN County Order, April Oth. 1931. In the shove named
i In next four weekly l......... Court and ..a"M"Vh..r..ln plaintiff
? I The Better Concrete Build For Prompt FREE Removal Witness my hand. and offlc-lnl neal seeks dlvorne. and restoration ofmaiden
name Brndfotd CmntvTelegtnnh
,
nt HtiiikKI" Ida, thin :Mari'h
r Ing IHockIteadyJIixed of Dead, Crippled, & Worth. 7h. 1951.Ot'FICIAT., shall publish this Ordei,
( SHAI.: A. .T. In next four weekly Insues.WltneHH .
) Thorn.
lean Cattle, Horses, Mules .\Clerk of < '".urtGIVES mv hnml and nft(,, tal .,. al
n% fln".n f'r..l, n..n.h ,'I..k at Hlnrke. Florida thl- Mnr,'h
l \ Concrete & Hogs -,'h. 1Q ltl, EASTER
(OFFICIAL SDAL) A. J. Thomas
'' Delhi-red to Your Door Call 132 StarkeWE As Cleric if 'court S 5 LBSe 43
Hr Haven Croshv. DeputI< I, rk, !

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.. RAOFORD COUNTY-..---- -Tr.I.RnR4PII, s-rtnuir. FLORIO\ ....-,.u."' ... "' ._" _"_...._....

['Church of Christ Leonard were setting: out mon I originated In -
England as tho'
(L JSun Corner 10th and :McMahon: glad bulbs last week. They already name Indicates) but It lacks the o i address n letter. from home His present In this locality attend our Union,
Is Pvt. Wllllo
SUNNYBROOK Padgett we are sure
have we can and will have
Bible School a nice patch up. Too ablliti to climb But the textureof I
10 A. M. there V S 53003821. Hqs. Co. 88 something of interest, for
are several new camellai the leaf you
Preaching 11 A. M. and, 7:30: gracing their resembles that of our : Julys Wanda Crosby "OO-T S V-S 0 T C Camp Gordon Strlrklmml--ielple, ,
PM. big yard. Can't tell Ford Hook rather rough with a Ga
Prayer where their yard ends. It just velvety top. ,
Meeting and Bible Study Our Sunday! School here at the
keeps on extending each week)!
each The bean at The Sunnybrook Home Demonstration
Wednesday 7:30: P. M. first gives us the
lA 1 N14 t. Everyone welcome.Presbyterian Mana Wigging had her "specs" Impression of a mature green Club held Its regular..0' Mission Station Is progressingvery

-- -- changed last week. They havn'tcome Osceola velvet bean. But, upon monthly meeting Tuesday after I nicely at the present ,tlme

ist Church Christian ChurchWith yet but she 'specls to be.seeln' a closer examination it quickly noon at 2: 30 at the home of Mrs I The Junior Sunday School Class
Church more of us In the future.
favors an enormous English Russell Thomas. The meeting was, also wished to organize a Junior :
e Lhoira of the First Easter here every family 9:45:: Sunday school. Sgt. and Mra. Doyle Crews of (garden) pea. The skin la more called to order by the president Training Union, so we organized

/ church of Starke will should be In Church Easter 10 a. m. Friendship Bible Class Savannah, Ga. are visiting their on the glossy order, but the surprise Mrs. J. R. Kelly after which the I Sunday evening. It Is true we WElii
morning to 11 parents Mr. and Mrs Kirby Crews 1< when It! The devotional was led by Mrs. A tfldn't
Ii for the special Worship the Risen a. m. Services conducted by you open have many present, but ifwe / i
\' tat ther "Lord". Rev. C. R. Baer of Penney Farms. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rouse bean resembles the Ford Hook J. Fender. The members read the never try to accomplish any.
sic at t the Easter Sun- Sr. more than collet and the club
Our services Begin anything else but the pledge 1 In thing until everything Is Just {
ip service at 11 a. m' morning' at 6:30: a. m Sunday with CIIl-RCII OF GOD Rev. Fisher of the Park of the tact, It attaches Itself to the hull unison. There was a short discussion right, I tear we will never get

rke Woman's Club. A Sunrise Service at the Church a 8th & St. Clair St.,. Palms preached Sunday night at from the (north) end. on timely poultry tips much done. We elected our officers
1 is followed Sunday the Long Bridge Christian The Inside of the hull Is after which Miss Rosa gave a and are ready to
tendance expectede by a breakfast given by School 10 a.m. soft start In We> offer the people of Starke
Church School which the women of the church on the Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Church. We regret that was hit and ptthy-like. talk on Stretching the Clothing earnest the first of the quarter. 'I

yt i 9;45 a. m. and at the lawn or In the parsonage. Every. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m while.last time with us for quite I The Colemans said that they I Dollar which Included new fabrics Time will tell If we will take defeat had vicinity one of the most '
rvice Rev Thomas G. one planning to attend the break. Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.tn He and Mrs. Fisher arc were edible and gave ua a and finished found on market In this another, effort to
East- Prayer i going back to Virginia, their "mess". today, At the conclusion, the teach our modern and finest
Ill preach oft the fast please notify Mrs. Swindall Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m We cooked them Sunday young people In this equippedWE'I.Uol'
"He is Risen." by calling 25S-J.: Everyone Is in- ,'home for a while. He not only and they tasted very much like I. hostess served delicious refresh locality, and get them up to the
ehop.'Where..
rendered ments.
Choir will sing: the vited to attend the sunrise BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST an Invaluable service asa green butter beans. They cook standard. It will take work and
CJr eta Sunday\ service and breakfast. There will be an all day meet- minister but each Sunday up rather dark. I' plenty of It, but It Is work we All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S
( evenlng.I Ing and basket I night be showed a Biblical picture love to doVe have asked others
g Of Easter", The Bible School will begin at lunch at the Bay- The bean1 has many redeeming
which
t usually followed his from other
less churches to GARAGEAND
,man'5 Club at 7:30: p. 10 a. m. with C. W. Colson as Highway Baptist Church on or Rev. Dodd'a features: It comes In before LONG BRANCH come and
sermon. (Rev.
(bile l Is cordially Invited Sup. Our Slogan for Easter it Easter Sunday. Services will be Dodd anything elsa does, It la easily help us get organized, they have
2nd
preached each and 4tJi failed
conducted to heed our call so will MACHINE SHOP
"Every Member of the Church(! by the Pastor, Rev. Sundays and Rev. Fisher the al picked and Listen sister! you By Mrs. J. L gtrlrkland do the best we
James Ladd .we can without I
mlor( and Intermediate present for Bible School. Our I of Jacksonville. ternates.) His last aeries of pictures can hull a pot full right now!!r May we at the end hear help. Temple Ave. Stark.ALVADJ:17' *

youth Fellowship meet goal__ Is 150. everyone. plan to I were the Life and Con They cook quickly too. They Last Friday evening Pompy Master say, Well done. We would our
1m. every Sunday even- akivnu ana ormg aomeone wlt1-" The verson of Saul (Paul-the Roman averaged about 5 to a pod. You like to have all i
| Life And Times can quickly Padgett and some of the other of the Juniors
hour figure about
how
.
Joy l a fellowship you.Morning name) These pictures were ac
and recreation from Worship begins at 11 Of New River FolksBy life-like that It made us all fee! many you'll need Ha, Ha, cause folks from around Clay halls
J30 following the even- a. m. The Minister will speak on we know Paul personally. 2 beans 'II naturally make were In Mlddleburg, on business, :
the Jessie Lee Lazrnbjr mouth full! wise otherwise. Men's Clothing
subject "The Power of the I Everett Renfroe left and Pompy started STORE

Resurrection". Special music will 'n.-. ....__. ._......._. .10.... _,__Monday_ .... The ground around Ira Merrit'Groee.rv s across the road or street, wedidn't Established 1894
.a..a ".v ;
TabernacleQuiz be furnished by the Church Eustace Lee Kelly, who Is now attend the Oral Thomas p..nneu Heal- store look.un II ltu...._. _a"nl-J....- understand. which, when I ,i
Choir. working in Fernlndlna, told his ings cal) trailer park. There are T a truck came along breaking all

Saturday night, The Evening service begins at mother that he'd heard from his families! living there for a while. speed limits, knocked Pompy
6:30: p. m. with Christian En paternal grandmother, Mrs. Egg Hunt and Basket Dinnerat They are painters. Bad weather down and ran over him. Sheriff The DRAPERY
| .wnlcn taxed New SHOP
frnacle, : River Sunday. The Ner
deavor. Maggie Kelly, who Is now visit prohibited our getting much In John Hall had him sent to a
armory of the older Church services will begin at ing her son, Grady Kelly In Tal River Baptist Church will have formation on this but maybe haspltal In Jacksonville, or so we III N.
the youth, kept It's annual Easter WALNl'T _
ell as Egg hunt Sunday DROWN
7:30: p. m. The service will be lahassee. Mrs. Kelly usually next work we'll know more were told. Ansil Carter started IILDG.UPHOLSTERY .
I qul viva Much valuable given over to the Easter Pro spends her winters In Tennessee morning after church serv about thorn.LAKE. after the truck, saw a negro man
i Is gained by these gram. The public Is Invited. with her daughter, Sarah. Ices Then a big basket dinner was the driver, chased tho truck

v* each week. Following the Morning Worship Everyone Is busy setting tobacco will be served out under that oil until the negro saw he was goingto SLIP COVERS
Noegel arrived for a service. The Sunday School around here. famous sheltered table where sc catch the truck, ditched the 9 DRAPERIESFurniture

licatlon from Toccoa will have an egg hunt. All Miller many delicious dishes have been GENEVA truck and took to the woods. As Repaired And
per Johns has Refinished
a patch of spread. The Rev.
It Truby Parrish
I ute. He contributedthe sons taking part are asked tc It was late In the evening, almost
tomatoes Blanche
Hv
'service Ir coming on. will fill his .regular appointment CunninghamMrs. Estimates; '
evening bring at least two eggs each. dark Ansil dldnt try to follow Without Obligation
the congregational Phyla Turner has her garden Sunday. Everyone is cordially invited the man In the woods. We do not

d rendered a vocal Prayer meeting Wednesday at underway. to attend just bring ole' L" ,,, .hnm. .......... _._.._.. h.d Pick-up and
.
7:30.: The Study will be the 11th A Carlson and Mrs.. u J '" WI'" Delivery
'oegel also brought the Chapter of Acts. Come and Roon Turner was sick thli Bunny and her eggs along witha Blanche Injured, but we understand he
bring
week and his dHughter-Ln-law big basket of lunch and Cunningham spent last
help
Tuesday evening. was not expected to live. Did not
lige along Bibles. The weekend
your Bible If In Sarasota
llldrers' II Martha, carried the mail for him the children (as well as older' with C. J. learn who Ute Is, where
Bible Hour our text book. ForH>th, "Dad" who Is at the negro or
Gene Andrews, who Is ones) enjoy themselves
delighted to have MraInnle. Homer Swindall, Minister. ed in Jacksonville Is employ. The \\lndNor Beanllont home of his. daughter, Mrs. I. J. he Is from. >I SUNDAY MORNING: AT 11 A.M.
nt Park-of-the- enjoying Snow, recuperating from broken Mr. and Mrs. Bally Lang from "WIJJAI'TISTS
his a SHOULD
work better In several ( ItraJli NOT
Lith i; them Wednesdayto St. Edward's CatholicRev. The Company has moved ways The writer ) hip received over 5 weeks agoHis Jacksonville spent the day Frij j OJJSERVEEASTER"
over on became interested
very
[ bring one of her condition remains day with Mr. Lang's sister, Mrs ,
William H. Neuhaus, Pastor this side of town and Gene has In this Windsor bean about the I
and Informative Flan- been to same, he Is still confined to his Gertie Falrcloth at Clay Hill. |j HEAR THIS MESSAGE by the
|.ilkg: with Illustrations Sunday Mass at 9:13: a. m. promoted supervisor sometime ago when she heard bed. Ray Forsyth. and Blanche Mr and Mrs. Lang are going on "ItaptiNtit/ have PASTOR
nothing in
The Andersons are still about It thru Mrs. common with
having Geo. Coleman Holy Week and
hn C. Pepew, Mission- Dally Mass at 8:00: a m. Cunningham are his anddaught.r to visit other relatives In the Easter Services
Confessions pig Increase. Don't think they who substitutes quite Often In son They are of Protestant Catholic
kepi, Friday eveningrd Saturday 7:30: South. They went to Bull Creek ,
have the maternity ward completed the Lake Butler School. Mrs and Pagan Origin" Dr. W. G.
showing colored 8:30: p. m. and before all Masses! Capt. J. Nowlckl of Ft. Benn- from here to visit a daughter Stracener Editor
yet. They seem to be doIng Coleman thought it Fla. Baptist/
Children's Catechism Classes, so unusua' Witness
Missionary work done all Ing, Ga. spent the weekend here Mr and Mrs. Floyd Johns have
right with out the that she
lit t Indies,. Saturday 10.00: a. m. soundin thing. big finally brought us a recently with his wife and two moved from Orlando to Middle- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
Adult Religious Instruction sample about 7 In. long for ,
children burg. Seems did not like
Ervin Andrews was home over I proof. Then we all wanted to see they non CRAY, Pastor
courses every Monday 8:00: to 9:00p. :
(k Baptist m. The public is cordially Invited. the weekend It growing so we had a visit Into Mrs.Sunday Ida guests Gentry In the her home of Orlando. B. T. U. 7:00: .'.1\1. Evening Service 8 .".1\1.
were two Willie Padgett has been moved
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Mrs. J
L. Lavander
of Jack- Mr. Colemans beautiful
big
Attend
| March 25, 1991: 'I'sonville Is visiting her sister, I den. These beans stole the show gar daughters, Mrs. Wm. Watkins of to another camp In Georgia Revival Services at the Baptist Church Nearest
Special Lenten devotions to be
You
Jacksonville and Mrs. Burt Bus- 'Seems During the Simultaneous
day School Miss Ida Merrltt that poor boy can't stay Crusade
held at St. Edward's Catholic this week. They were well over knee high . ..
bee of Silver .
Morning Services Well, at last Springs. at one place long enough to get .
Church every Monday and Friday the Brooker to I full of beans from the ground . ,
Inner eras.. ____ "
( evenings at 800.: New River graded road la pas. up, ranging from blossoms and 1 a a - -
ter Egg Hunt On Monday evening. Rosary. Instructions sible. It was a honey for a while Inch beans to 7 and 8 Inch beans.
Baptism Services at benedictions of the especially a few hours! behind Mr. Coleman said that he
ahe. Blessed Sacrament. the graders.Red planted them In October. The cold

Evening Services Friday evening Way of the and Cleo Andrews .were f in never hurt the plants at all but
(-ill be services at 8 o' Cross Sermon. Benediction of the Jacksonville Monday afternoonon It gets the blooms It Its cold '

night. Every one 1 Is Most Blessed Sacrament. business enough. Ye Must Be
attend.G. Pearl Colson, who has her The plants sucker out Intc CHRISTBORN
Hemingway, PastorHOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Beauty Shop on her front porch from 1, 10 or 12 large branches
OF LATTERD\Y" SAINTS (which 1 is especially fitted for th e all full of beans. They almost

ST.\L (MORMON) business) Is having quite a bit meet In the middle-depending, of "
It and Temple Ave. Sunday School 10 a. m. of work to do In the morning course upon the fertility and r is the Answer
SBchool 9;43: a. m.; Morn Sacrament Service 6:30: p. m. In now. She only works In the dampness of the soil.

jiip 11 a. m.; Evangelists I Masonic Hall on Call St., Starke. mornings, since she sells ticket The leaves and stalk grow ,
7.00; p. m. Everyone A cordial welcome Is extended to for the Florida Theatre in the very much like the English pea for

all. afternoons and nights. She and (and Incldently, this bean

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il I' BUS Tornadoes Tackle'Ketterlinus i Murder(Continued! from page one National Guardsmen Maneuver Without Danger Of Any Serious Mishaps I pictur marks '11.1,,

More Americans were working rather than forcing a radical-and I I ducts art ,

I Durlntc" the ev..nlllL: he "nash d" Under Simulated Combat Conditions In mid-February of this year nan (I crippling--changeover.' 1 the U S
II!
., For Baseball Opener Here TuesdayThe | hu money fl'I, )". according to 1 ever before at that time of year. Business too Is turning In a most cnti G1aa

wltnesHeH i _.--au. The Census Bureau reported thaton 1 creditable performance. It hasn'tbeen are IJ alt y
one of her four I that'll'
While holding February 10, 1931, an estimated
high school baseball seasonIs ( roach Hobbs divided the squad in- small children 2-year-old Gary. 2,407,000 persons were unemployed confronted with the explosive down tluwithout nail
with I Ito two teams for a 6-lnnlng game Mrs. Claude Beaver widow of the urgency of the last war and has alt(a
Just around the corner. compared with 4,684,000 II'|
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Monday afternoon. slain man Identified the contentsof had several months to ease from a "lion
Bradford High's first game tll I!, Delano Thomas will b<. out for her husband's scorched billfold i i In February 1950. civilian into a (wartime operation

be held next Tuesday.. March 27. la I couple of weeks because of an found near the burned Car on I I These figures are of tremendous Many business executives also W.CTl Tot

against Ketterlinus. In Starke. Injury. South Street Trembling visibly r i Importance for they reveal that picked up a lot of valuable experience -

J. C. Hobbs. coach of the Bradford The Tornadoes Journey to Ral- while examining the papers and I the U. S. Is achieving an almost and know-how during the last They tl.

Tornadoes, said early this ford" Saturday for a game with/ snapshots taken from the wallet, |I painless transition from a strictly war and this Is standing their day March' :0::> at
Herb 3
26 boys had reported to Thomas' team. she shuddered and, momentarily and the In t
week that / companies country home of
t tMable
practice but that It was still too Following Is the 1951! schedule'::, broke but soon regained her com civilian to a guns-and-butter econ good stead. Arra J l'
We are escaping the crippling St
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would be on the Man omy. Full
to who posure. alt
soon ay 1 of unemploymentwhich Undoubtedly there will be some quested.flJKE .
first team. 27 Ketterlinus In Starke Trial of the two men on chargesof I spectre

Coach Hobbs said that all of the 30-P. K. Yonge In Starke murder will probably be held tHe mobilizers feared might --

looked pretty good In practice .\p.1I3Wlllllllton during the next session of Circuit 1 ttY follow In the wake of conversion.
boys
w
not scheduled to begin on i. Much of the credit for main-
but that one week was In Starke Court
enough time In which to Judge Andrew Jackson III Starke April 23.Plan taining a strong on-the-Job labor '
the team. 10-.Palatka In Palatka force Is due to the mobillzers who \ SERVICE} srOIii

"I'd rather not make any predictions 13P. IC, Yonge in Gainesville Summer Camps 14 wyS' ref have been carefully scheduling
cutbacks and other restrictions -
until after the boys have 14--Andrew Jackson In Jax I 'z production

played ,a couple of games" the 18--New Smyrna Beach In New For Crippled ChildrenSummer to avoid unnecessary State Roads 100 & 200

coach said. Smyrna Beach "slack periods" in Industry. Theyare STARKE FLORIDA
to 20-Seabreeze In Starke camps at Crystal Lake '' gradually mobilizing Industry
who reported .
Of the 26 boys 21.-New Smyrna Beach In are being planned again this summer -, OPEN G A.M. TILL
regulars 10 p
practice only five were five Starke for training crippled childrento ?I { I, when the "enemy" set off a M.LetusSILI.KLEENyourcars:j.

cm last year's team. Those Newcomb 24Palatka In Starke walk, to use their hands and practice mine a few yards away. .

are Jack Hazen Burt Davis Kelterllnus: In St. Augustine to Improve their speech Mrs. Instead of concealing himselfand
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Arthur Wlnkler and Harold Thomas, !May 1 Ruby Johns director, North Flor- trying to pick oft the enemy I

pitchers; and Delano and New- 1.-Op"n3.WlIIlston ida Crippled Children's CommitIon. with his rifle he Jumped into the t ttby
hazes S Sway
Infielder. Both In Wllliston said In a message to the creek when the mine exploded process The ftn

comb are alternate alternate ehortmops.and second 9, 10 11East Florida Conference Telegraph. I and headed back to the Companyarea. to lasting car beauty. $750

Davis plays Tournament Although the University of Flor- e WATERPROOF O Corrosion R.
base. 14 ,St-nbreene In Daytona Bear! '

The boys who have reported to 17, 18, Sub-Group Baseball Ida supplies and specialists the physical in Child Instructors p y-I | t n I Robert Battalion B. Hnrkness Commander and Lt.Battalion Col Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries

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practice for the team are: Jim- Tournament chulogy and Vocational "Yd.7e Executive officer Major And Accessories
24 23! 26Group J Baseball
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Kenneth still needed to
Connie Clark I funds are visited the
mle Rowe. Thomas K.: McClnln
Tournament.
Tyuo. and Tommy CHI. catchers' materials for work In tralnlng.//: I ;kf)4 "battle" area for on the spot In. .

Jack Hazen Burt Newcomb. Billy Raymond Prescott and crafts classes to .... spection of the training.ATTENTION.
.... Arthur Wlnkler. Larry I pled children to develop -- -- .- .-......-. '''''' -

VanAlHteln..uanaujt and Harold Davis. Dies In :Tennessee handiwork. Some of the funds Increased drill quotas of the Infantry was ordered to force ." "-. '.', '" ':':. :. .: "i'
Easter "
I pitchers; Delano Thomas, Denton Raymond L>. l'reRcolt.! Sr., 69! collected In the current local National Guard unit wll' the deployment of enemy forces
Robert Man- seal drive will be used for
Coley. action.A .
and to
I Futch. Wiley ldent of the Tullahoma treatment result In an annual pay list Increase fight a delaying
Johnny pro :
Asprlnwall and of Spastic parelyele,;|; ,
Oliver
nine, Double Cola Bottling Co.died communications net radio
,:. Infielders; DonaldBennett. Johns acid, >1' of about 3800., The additional
tjl; KapeloiiKUS. last week In St. Thomas' Hospital telephone and message cWter! INTEGRITY
Martin. Arley here andoth..r. 6 weekend drill
Randall For the reasons listed periods
: and. for
t Na.shvllle Tenn. following an a transporation system If You Have
1 lit McRae. Paul Rivers Leslie sapp. Illness of three months. ., persons.who received Easter were made possible by. the delivering ammunition and sup
Bud Beckett. C.' W. Slade. Clyde Seals In the mall and wish, tohelp availability of funds originally
Karl of Stark). Mr. Prescotthad plies In conjunction with a security PINE OR CYPRESS of
.. Mallard Billy Weldon and A native rehabilitate a crippled"child,;allocated for Guard units which confronted with I, conduct and dealing with Letter
f. lived In Tullahoma for more patrol were TIMBER TO SEL'I'
outfielders. are urged to turn in whatever lave been called
G% Norman since to active:I under slmulat
than 20 He was a son of the solving problems thoughtfulness and
in
unfavorable weather years. contribution they feel they can economy all
dtltj /These funds were re-dlatrl-
t' ;. Although with practice. late Van Wynn and Sanderson J. afford In the envelope enclosed ed combat conditions. Telephonewires Large or Small Tracts
has Interferred Prescott.He ,bated among the remaining were cut radios were our serving these mark the reput-
\ with the folder of seals or con.
units, to provide for additional'
'Iii" ( was employed In the traffic tact Mrs. Ruby JohHsftLn. \ .Starke.. ..< drills.\ Since no funds are allo-I I damaged set off and to complicate demolition charges opera-- We Buy All able quality of this well known firm

h; W.C.T.V. division of the Southern Railway c.t eI1 for food however, Guards- tions. Damaged communications vDeWITT
PAY TOP PRICES
for about 30 years, and served as I
Broadway Story Mp provide their own chow.I
i had to be repaired while ,under
assistant supervisor of the Georgia r
""'lIEN W.\NT I IIAVE TO A KNOW GOOD A Florida Railroad for about At Florida Theatre ; ",'I i Last stage week-end maneuvers saw the Guardsmen under. I)I "enemy"problem. fire, to complete the C. JONESPhone

+ TIME. I five He was a member of
years. simulated combat conditions,)I I {Write or Call 7 Starke, Fla.
ABOUT lT"tI Folks who dancing and worth
4 the Baptist Church and presidentof : enjoy The weekend provided
ASTOK.) complete with land mine explosions -
(LADY NANCY the Tullahoma Chapter of War! romancing, with a goodly portionof i
\ I while field experience for members
and all the .
IN NATIONAL I'llOHlBITION- Dads. I musical comedy thrown In, will the maneuver trimmings.In exercises. of the unit especially new B.T.THOMASLUMBER Funeral Director Ambulance !

EST.CLASSIFIER. Surviving are three sons Ray like the musclal picture "Lullaby members who were out for the
j "enemy" forces attacking and Our local funeral home enables tu to offer con'eJI!
mond L., and Frederick F., both of Broadway" showing Sunday and with first time on maneuver problems.No serviced
I advancing rapidly an un- CO. not otherwise available.
of Tullahoma and S. J. Prescott Monday at the Florida Theatre In known quantity .of men and damage or Injury resulted

of Durham N. C.; a daughter, Starke. equipment were thrown against from the action although most PHONE 211-J ** *''S S*S*iSSS>*S> S"S lS*IS *! >S S S> S>>SsT 'l i .

Mrs B. S. Vassar of Durham; Filmed In brilliant Technicolor the entire Second Battalion 124th of the excitement developed when We furnish the highest type service at lowest

't 1'-I four sisters, Mrs. Fay Gill and "The Lullaby of Broadway" fea Infantry, where the troupe were "enemy" troops set oft hand P. O. Box 735 accept A-NT life Insurance policy In force fussed.
RAflntl RF.un.1ltll both of tures such stars Doris Day. ,
Mrs. Mae Edwards as grenades and land mines.A .
Mod.I. In the small
All l dug along of
edge a
Mak.a -
.I'' 4 Ij[l,,1 x.aaen.hlI All .. ......or... aaraa.N. StarkA, Mrs E. T. King Jacksonville Gene Nelson Billy De Wolfe, S. Z. creek and behind the slope of a on security STARKE, FLA. company as payment: la part or' In full on (
new man .was
I, J ij j} (" a(TICS.. .:;..N Suck.xP111CN1)aare IPa. SlUt) and Mrs. W. K. Wilder, Or- (CUddles) Sakall and Gladys small ridge.In duty near the edge of the creek Consultation carries no obligation.
lando; two brothers. Guy Prescott George with Ann Trlola Hanley
HYSTEVt order that reinforcements
I COMPOSITE BOOKKEEPINO Jacksonville and Pierce Prescott Stafford and the Page Cavanaugh
: Ideal for mall\ bu.lnua. could be brought to the battle
)F.vi-rythlnut. you need In one book Bainbridge Ga., and six grand-;, 1
at HmJford Trio.Doris line the Second Battalion 124th
w I17S err It Count children. known
Telegraph .1 Day although now 1

i Funeral! services were. held :In 4>J; hW .tQ e,< .'I'''' ''t;Jnk fe}. as a dancer. When she was In-

If It's the First Baptist Church of TUI !t-j rrh se..t d..akionltJl. }d'Io! rOmtnatrclI! erg I jured In an automobile accident

home with Rev. John W. Outland I wi K'fa Brown's orchestra she took up singing, refusing to

FISHING TACKLE pastor officiating. Burial was in' then on..,.tfie Bob Hope radio show accept the end of her dancing 'as f

f Oak Wood Cemetarv. I artuallv began her theatrical ca- the final curtain Co her.. career.' Stir
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FOR RKXT-I.ONE PALM nppnnlt
f' FHrmem. Market Kllllnir .tnMnnIlirht
" Itinch rroeery h.... living
quartm. Fully eoiilppcil.I 4tp-4"I .
! Brand new gas-saving "Rocket".. Fnti-
' Fait HAl.K -ft room tioiiHv and lot
.: mon Al.o rootn hou. and lot. standout leader in high comprriwioal
II.BOA Ilulh for 11000.! ( own..r'I ,
I I MrH. >Tahl Oreonfi'lLrerv, : Brilliant new Body by FiHhrr1'ggPfwideramartf'r -
j, peer. Rev, Robert Franklin Over.I I
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Jt'UH JH.U.K: :...t..r llunilli-n, Klnl More beauty -Comfort: -room and i'...
irnrmn. Curl (:Schearer m mile.
i north nn IT 1<. 301 OVD..eit. Hurl ,;; New cbs ill-sn even smoother 11..1"
. tnnn Furtnrv In hbn'k hone Hi.
I Rotary Starts : Improved Olilnmobile llvdra.Matic' On'
FOR IthNTroom apartment 2 { .
bloke from Poet lfflr.". fraH Hfov +'"' See. the new all-time "08"-
tiul.er
hot Mater Inquire Molly. wand !"<>. I ,.r' great |
to Al..w.lrv ' !tp site' ClubWhat r at your OMmnoLile dealer i now!
Pig
FOR s.M.K: -One S1 ft NatlonaKOIIHI
Tnitler. four mllin \Vewt *.t
Klurk .nn llelll.runn .Hprlnit. ltdC'nntart into
should develop ar .
H P. Mack any Hfternooinft. vu
..i a in HiWANTfl endless chain of purebred pigs waAn _,

with r ted by the Starke Rotary Club -
"> Rrllahl man rat w
to ill on fnrmer In friiilfont'onntv list .week when four Bradford 1

n-Ihlr .20nn.
W, I.,. OOA\v Poavhtre St.. N K with a registered Duroc Jersey. "
Atlanta, O.*. 31 Vtint !. Under the plan each boy will re

NIL: -211 Ai'r.ii Tlnilierxl l.ini turn two weaned pigs from hi
t mn.'" from .Htarke. on Ittantllni. \ihc
Club
first litter to the Rotary
Road. 110.00 per Ai'rv .ire Itrd'
Alvnr Itp will then have eight pigs to present .

FOR 8AIR--Tohnno PliintH rradv to eight boys. The eight boys
now.t.oa oar |hMti.an<'l. It will return 16 pigs from their first
, ni.mor.Slurfce. e9a Ito .1
litter and so on ad Infinitum.

FOR RENT- "Powder n..,," furnished W H. Graham, president of the _.
S roome hmh and iraraiie. .'IncaIn .
Club expressed gratification
Ito Rotary
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yesterday that this project, 3Ei#, ur \
FOR RF.S'I'-I room '.0......e. nnfnrnliihed of the ones undertakenthis r Learwrer..awwl.. ant Mn af..n.eee e.4jw1 w ........ ufre.aa"ea.
major
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; nhower Mr. QUill' had TIIKF.K: PHOT) Bar.<" pictured at top M they received their U01I" Uw_ __r.a w.l.// aCr
ten year by the Rotary Club A rrMtAat
gotten off to a successful start reglMered Duroc Jerseys In the initial distribution. of the Rotary Club's
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WANTKri r.... nn -nr-Took..n.l ieit. hntta nimf keeper nnv 'VIt"to, "We feel that our Pig Club will\ do "pig rhulii." From I left to rights Robert Sapp. T. .Alderman, anti

, I>. C. Joneit, lit. I. Box 10. I.uwtev 4''. much toward stimulating Interest lluey Cnmby. Looimnl Moore, the> fourth lucky boy, was not presentat NEW SUPER "88" OLDSMOBILES Now "
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on
a. Display!
among our farm youth in improving the time the picture was IsJtfn." In lower. photo owner J. T. Land ;, 1ey;, a.
FOR BAt.K: SH. ton RWR rtiev 141trai'tor. the quality of their livestock," from )
romplile. ready to mn (left) I 111I sees receiving check for the pigs County Agent McC1ae>.

"7.oort n'll.ii Ono. owner, never he said. representing the Rotary Club.-rhoton by llofcomb Kerns V. of F. sit YOUR NEAREST
tnaded. Tine Forviit Courta, 9tarkHP The boys selected by the club to School of Journalism. OLDSMOBILI DIALER

I start the chain, were chosen be- .
rHl'wi.-H' -...* nfV'l'l 1\1'1'SIT Y--..'n".y cause of their previous excellenceIn -

rnr IlilM.r r"nriwli-h.'iri-h. and. Phnn i">h for t>t.. pole Op-, 4-H Club work. Those receiving supervising the program for the drew straws for the first pick of Torode Chevrolet Co. Starke

pn 're r ',,,'IM", Bantlwtthvii.of pigs were Robert Sapp. Hellbronn; club and negotiated the purchaseof the litter.

{t .....'....rl.rtrlnk-i.. Ooing Ira cream or".d. fruit"".In.Knit.." T.I J. Alderman Hampton; lIue" the pigs from J. T. Land who'|l !Mr.\ McClane stated that members oY TELEVISION, CIIS;; NEWS WITH DOUGLAS :

Tang term 'tea.e Owner' unnMc Crosby, Brooker, and Leonard lives on the old Dan Moore place of the Future Farmers of SAM EDWARDS. MONDAY TIiHOUfal. FRIDAY AT I"

to elton handle It, h rttito w ,I'n.II.' nr<.,.r AnnivHti hi- tub at< !Moore\ Starke. near Theressa... Last Thursday the I I, America will be Included, In the LEVESSOSATUHD.Y 7:00: ". I. ROT(. STATIONS WMilR-Ty CHANNE'l.MAR '-

>r.. tip s 24 County Agent T,'K. McClane is boys met at the Land farm and : next distribution of Rotary plga.

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