Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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(Iii scind Stands Tax Pat Abolition As Motion Action Made] ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH l.:

Official County Publication Established In 1879
In, to rescind Ute March Hazen's statement continued: t i

pf the City Council, aJI "It la the Council's duty to pave -- .. -.-

! I personal property and streets, lay sidewalks, and furnish \OLl:JIB bK:> ENTY-TW\/: STARKK.! FUmiUA, nUII.1'ltiL 6. 1931 NUMBER

; r taxes in the City of water and sewerage to our real- __ _. __ TIIIKTI-KIUHT: t
r, voted down 3-2 at the dents. I am firmly convinced that

feeling ght, of the body here until ments these are made much-needed we should improve, In the Berry Yield I Senator Johns Savs He Prays For Welfare WorkersIn Contract Let For 1

O. best interest
1011, was made by L. of the town as a
!d l seconded by P. L. whole, rescind the action abolish. a letter dated March 15 and If he does not. you are going to i more congenial\ so that when I die lives and then want what they ,

'Voting was: for the ing personal property and ad At Low EbbFollowiiig released to the Telegraph for publication -! reduce his pension. I will have a few friends to attend are Justly entitled to- their Old Six ClassroomsAt 1

ilazen and Bridges valorem taxes for 1951: State Senator Charley K. "For Go
,t motion, Lewis. BisLckson. Prior to Hazen'i motion the Johns told the District Welfare : him sell\ them until they get fat He continued: "That gnu for "( am sending Mr Smith a copy

e Council had adopted the following Cold Director In Green Cove Springs: and he can get at least $50: per I Honorable Sherwood Smith. I of this letter as I do not say any Starke SchoolThe I

\\tg his motion Mr. Hazen resolution formalizing Its actionof that "I pray every night for you head. Then, after he sells them see In the paper that they are thing to anyone's back that I cannot -

that In his opinion the March 20 in abolishing all ad and your workers because I know Instead of reducing his pension, going to present approximately say to his face and I certainly
t was passed unanl- valorem taxes. Strawberry yield reached a low that you need.praylng for the way ; you will cut It off entirely until the same program at this session blame him and the State Welfare Economy Construction Co.

_itch 20) was done RESOLUTION ebb of only 82 crates Wednesdayas you all treat these old people." .i you think all of the money has that we were able to defeat at the Board more than I do you all because of Ocala was awarded a contractfor
Eking into consideration WHEREAS, the City of Starke, the ill effect of continued cold In writing: to( the district welfare been spent." last session: that Is, put a lien you are Just carrying out the construction of sic new

Ing Florida, has received certain financial nights bream more and more evi office in regard to the affairsof The Senator suggested that the I on these old j people's homes for their orders. I elementary school classrooms at
factors: a certain client Senator Johns welfare workers ask themselves: the regular meeting of the School
Tuesday's total
was 612 I their pension, etc. "If '
and intent of benefits by virtue of Chapter I were Governor Warren I
lie purpose said: "Would I want mother endfather's Board held on Monday.Economy's .
In authorizing 210 Florida Statutes Annotated. crates. my "On the other hand, you all encourage would lo something about the way.the .
lature to levy a clgarett the same being authorized for said Traces of frost were reported "You are certainly right about pension to be cut because I Illegitimate children and, welfare setup la handled In the I bid of $66,470 was
ies the poor old cattle not being they happen to have a few chick low
range the four received for
Tuesday and State of Florida as he promisedthe
adlies city to and morning Wednesday I
) reduce municipal levy Impose a tax on worth $250( head. It was ens running around in the Justify your action by saying that
I I per opening by the Board at 19
would m.
the sale of morning was also quite cold although old people he do something a.
in order to give the cigarettes within said a brisk wind meant to have read $25: per head, or a few head of old range cattle you have to pay for them becauseof about it." E. J. McMatnes & Son of Jacksonville .
Ihe benefit of the reveled city. and kept frost so that lit the woods?" Ft'd..rallilw. It 1
from was a typographical errorIn Us being a you was next to low with a bid
In his 'letter. Senator
by the City. The WHEREAS, it was the intent my previous letter to you. In 'I In accusing the welfare department wanted to discourage the birth of concluding of $68,709.72( ,while the Bradford

Lrke compiled with the and purpose of the Legislature of From here on out the future of their present worn down, winter- of "brow beating" the old illegitimate/ children, you all would, Johns said: "I hop that you will Engineering Co. of Starke bid

and reduced Its tax mll- the State of Florida in enactingsaid the strawberry crop Is wholly in starved condition, I know they find one thousand and one waysto not get mad with me as I cannot $69,999.00, and
to 8 mills law to provide in the hands of the weather, but it could People, Senator Johns said "I bo!. but when the Kirkpatrick &
a manner
12 mills not bring over $25 per head, reject their claims just like you help express myself Pterson of Gainesville bid $75.-
lIeved to be tho lowest which governing bodies of municipalities will be at least a week or ten so I hope that you will not make lieve 1 had rather resign and get da( these old Florida citizens who old people" Florida are concern 273.00:

jnlclpallty In the State." could effect a reduction In days before volume can soar again Mr.- sell them thinking that something to do that would be have paid high taxes all of their ed."
even with warmer weather It was stated that the contractors -
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feel- municipal taxes and -- -- --'--" -
jId that: "It Is my ,
City Council instead WHEREAS, It Is the considered During the week March 29 s";; ;;''1t '' will\ probably begin construction
tie' taxes, should ,use the opinion of the City Council of the through April 4 Bradford growers Water Mains { } of the new six-room buildingthe

big I i a carefully planned City of Starke that the pres..ntfinancial marketed 4,012( crates of fruit at' 1 ,;} : ., 'k1''. ; .TT'jT T Te located first Just of next north week.of It the will new be
an of $10.52
Improve the city. No condition of said City Is average bring- ,

Jons I the fact that there such that all municipal, personal In growers $42,194.39. !Being Extendedj : classroom year> on West building Washington, completed St. last

iMreets which need pay- property and ad valorem taxes Totals for the season now stand ...,. : "
!5' : The new building will\ be financed -
city, and certainly we could be abolished for the year at 13,290( crates marketed for a '
I filed dally with requests 1051 provided that no change It gross return of $136,823.83. j was started this week onI from the State under the mini.'d .
I a three-block extension of the city from the State under the minimum
made the In This last
Piial, sewerage services, by Legislature Chap time year growers here
ter 210 Florida Annotated i water mains on Lafayette Street, foundation program, It .was
ire unable to fllrnl h. Statutes had harvested 26,832 crates fora
west of
Myrtle Street. A combined 1 itati ct.
ill 1 IS approximately $13- and total return of $$226.388.16.. The crew of regular employees of the

lliile It la true that we PROVIDED FUTHER, that the season got under way unusually I city's utility and street The Trustees of Spenlal Tax

hnd approximately $35 revenue derived" by the City from early taut year, however in contrast i Is carrying out tho project.The departments ___ ziII v iu School I'lclilct" No. 1 submitted
ive overlooked the fact the cigarette tax: niiall continue tc with the current season, II extension ia being made in Iho follow lug rucommendiitlons, for
prm, lpal.. for the 1051:' -52 term:
Eva to the which dll not start until Starch
about $11.000 aggregate approximately the same order to Improve water pressure I _
II Chits, S. I'artln, Jr., Biadford.
Ink. Among this $35,000 amount ai it aggregated for the and furnish fire protection to 15 I ____
'celved from the School year 1050, House Sold HereThe homes located on West Lafayette County High School;
Alva A, Cook Junior
j avlng which will not be NOW THEREFORE, BE IT and South Westmoreland Streets. Lawtey

j this year. Also $5,20C RESOLVED by the City Council T. 'V. Attaway home on Lafayette This project will replace small : wN-: High: School;
James Parker
L's share of the Road .it of the City of Starke: street was recently sold to water lines now In the area and n A. ,

Lid. We have discussed Carl Milford Hunter. The consideration will consist of approximately Junior High;

|.tine the need for a new ((1)) That all personal propertyand as Indicated! by documentary -,I 1,500 feet of cast iron water main 1k xi Ohm M. Perkins, Hampton Element -
ad valorem taxes on realty .
and new unit for our stamps was 6200.( and two fire hydrants. all
i a within the City of Starke for the W : 1 L I If. J Futch, Hvnbronn; elementary : -
.ihlch in opinion,
my year 1951, and years thereafter be I

jwe" purchase extend our in sewerage the near j and the same are hereby abolished BHS Nine Faces Jackson Tonight; '.. r me-. .. .: : Kddle 1; Thonipklim, RJE High

subject however, to there being nc !School;I ;
S residents In the Cityt
change by the Legislature In C C Anderson, Lnwtey TrainIng .

uld now cost receive approximately the serv- Chapter 210 Florida Statutes An- Scores Win Over PKY Williston/ .# _ School:,

notated, and subject further to the Mabrl K.: Roberta, Thurston
,ii I an additlonar$25,000J : .
J condition that the revenues accruIng In spite of the prolonged cold ;McRae, Thomas, Bennett, HaAen: S' 4g; Elementary;
from said tax the said City C ,, Arnet R. Green
to TrainIng
0o ibAtt Hampton -
fans have beentreated and
stated that he wai in weather, loyal KopelouAos. For WIIH"ton:
I with the taxpayers but Ehall average on the aggregatethe to good, well executed Whiting, Swilley, Smith' and lo'u- .. School:: ,
same amount received by said I Gladys Robinson Wuteroak
Council must not over- baseball playing during the past gate i _
for the 1950. 1aemental'! ',
CItY' year '
week, when the BHS Tornadoes
|>ltgatlona to provide the I Saturday afternoqt the lads
Starke with municipal ((2)) That_'the City'Clerk be and downed P. K. Yonge of Gainesville will play Herb Thomas' team at The recommendations we rt signJ -
he I Is hereby authorized and 6-8 and Williston :5-4 Raiford bf the Hoard of tusteesA: L.
"- aLrtiiig, s( 1:30.hl! :MOiH.KN': Dot: 'I..:MKNT: employed by the Bradford Future Farmers'!I
Green, chairman L. F: Dinklns
QDI"t tlt.Jipn..,.w1tbOolt.; ( !;:.'Itd' ; .,|iJ.tjln: ..mit a--.certi9md 'The Tornadoes face whav.many Tornadoes whipI'edJhe:! Thomas : ,
FFA Has Made In cultivating their rvcently-purchasLMl experimental farm. I
crops on O. J, .
said "and copy of this Resolution to the think will be their most formidable team 4-2 two' wCck's.ago. Nex,
{money, abolished, that Comptroller of the State of Flor opponent of the season whon An- Tuesday flight BUS plays Palat- Pictu r'd, 1 abcn'e (left. to right) are Aaron Htitcheson, V It, Ferguson motion of L. T.: Johns

es are drew Jackson High of Jacksonville ka there, and on the following I Instructor), JJnios Norman/ on tank, Owen Alvarez, between tank i seconded by H. A. Lawson, the
1051 income is cut by
itely $13,000, of which ida.The above Resolution was Intro- comes to the local diamond Friday go.'s to Gainesville for a Rapid Strides an I tractor, James Oasklns, driver, and Jimmie CJrrcn. The tractor ,i I Board agreed to accept the recommendation

[ percent Is paid by out- duced by Councilman Jackson and tonight ( Friday). Up to date return game with P. 1<. Yonge and other equipment' was purchased with chapter funds of the Trustees. and
Jackson (Is undefeated and will DO'; st.iii: conflrmnd tbe appointment of

adopted. probably send their speedballer 1I..u..1 All It 1'0 f: In Eight YearsThe I principals. as Indicated.

VstsVedict Langtord against the Tornado ace : lr"It". ItP 3 0 4 0 The following petition contain

'Just Another Session'igislature pitcher Jack Hazen.In l'hrmas: : Lr"I Ii 4 2 I' : 0llinnett 0Jiazon I i ing 87 signatures was presented to

their first night outing the t IS :I 0 0 t Bradford County Chapterof the Hoard: "We, thn undersigned

lights seemed to bother the Tornadoes (Ilayls'lark: i? ; g 10 0 I Future Farmers of America N, citizens and patrons of the colored

but after three names all- M"rtln'P' :I 0 0 0Ltivern I has made rapid strides since Its __ ___School of Reno, Florida, hereby

' Tackles Big Issues around play has Improved and 1 hit- ('ol..y, ,39 c'lI' 3 1 I 0 0 0 0 n 0l'Cfll. inauguration here eight years. ago __ pelitloji your Honorable Hoard to

ting has picked up. "". 1"I /I /I 0 The present chapter. numbering \ -; permit the playing of ball on Sunday

Against P. K. Yonge last Friday twe.. I 0 0eiveoiib 5i! boys, now hn* a 270( acre farm, afternoons on the school
pi scislon of the Florida additional taxes" upon them. night Donald! Bennett left 1 1 0 1 three miles north of Starke whnr( graunclH of the colored high ichool

", opened Monday amid "With the citizens of Florida, fielder, found the offerings\ of Anderson 23 4 2t a classroom problems are applied ti of Starke '

[,here of expectancy, but mostly consumers, already paying PKY pitcher, to his liking. P. K. ...... I practical work in the field. I5P Upon motion of Johns, seconded -

embers who have been hanging out a triple, a double, anda An H J'O FJ Last the school board by J. K Brown, the oardugi'uaul
an average of approximately one- / ,:<111I'", 2Po 4 0 /I t August
rngest predicted that it single.\ flert Newcomb collectedthe Ivan; ", ...q a 0 0 0 i purchased the 270-acre tract of r to continue the privilegeof
Just another session". third of their income for federal, Tornadoes' other hit a single [.nrMon, ('1"' :2 I 0 1 0i4ehnnlI land and turned It over to the FFA i I'llIylnll' baseball! on the nhoolgiounds

fcr Warren's message con. tate, county, and city taxes it between first and second. Coach Tnrhnll. Iff 18 :S a I t 1 /I 2 /I.t Since then :35: acres have been an Sunday afternoons

tile that was new, with seems to me that this session of Hobbs has been using a galaxy of r'.u.% ii' it o i& m I cleared! and five acres tit ntra>v provided that such games would
rn.'tte, C'
i'Is recommendations bef' I I pitchers, giving each a chance at 5' 0 1 0 not conflict or Interfere ,with the
| the legislature should not enact Hohhln. ftp' 2 ii 1 1AnI'runn I berries' are under cultivation. Timber
up! in some cases wlth- I 1 of kind" the hurling, with no one pitcher going 1' 3 0 t 0 has been cut and two shedr regular programs/; and schedules
hange of word, any more taxes any the entire game. of the nearby churches.Scholarship .
a 'u 2 1 It 4 and a feed pen have boon built by
Governor said. I Dansby started against pr' Y.I _
of two
message years _
.. ..... the boys.
being re
full Inning!
reated the legislators to I If all of Uie budgetary Institutions requestsof I going lieved three by Wlnkler In the 4th, M'fla.. III" 111 r it I ':i iThnm'u' The Chapter hn. bought J2.0OC Exams

>ny new taxes and to set state agencies and with two men on i,base. Ha/en- In' 4 I :2 I 0flomfl.tt worth of farm equipment and expxcts To Be Held Apr. 10
J.I" 4 I 1 0M.n
for the next two years were granted the last three Innings and to add to this through the
system of price controlsSIlg'geHtlon pitched $4 4 1 4 l110w. i
i it would require an expenditureof did a great job facing 11 men and .,. (' 2 /I /I /II sale of crops which It raise Prevent H. P. Moigan, superintendent ot
was promptly the Governor f"'nrk.' r' I 0 /I II livestock consists of a Brahma
$370,000,000, P. K. Yonge public Instruction, announced -
out seven. yesterday
ort by most lawmakers : striking 1)n'I. 2R 3 0 I'merlin /II
pointed out, nicked Itansby for one hita clean 'F' :I 0 /I 0 cow donated by Mayor J. R. Wainwright that scholarship examinations -
Impractical' and the form- under way, Wlnkler for One--an Rivers, f"p 0 0 0 I 0. and a Black Angus donalec will be held In the Starke
rmed impossible without As the session got singleand PnIa'. 3n I /I I 0 0rumeb FI'TI'KK FAKMKKS: : Marklee Raiilem.m (face hidden by Ilrmlo) Uolphj
Senator Shands' crime and corruption infield hit.WUlIston. 0 4) I 0 by the Lions Club. I U.SO building at 10( a. m. on April
or retrenching In several committee announced thatit showed up Tuesday VnnAI.tln. P /I /I 0 Beside their classroom and farm Reddish, and Edwin, Hornsby look on as cattle owned by the chapter, 10.

Bussing nrtments. for Is ready to introduce a series of night with a good fielding. team 'mnnnlnw.,If"P.SR 0 2 0 t /I I I/0 IS..wromb work, the boys are assigned In "cjome In from pasture for feed. Photos by Holcomb: Kerns, U of F SchuliirHhips to be awarded on
the outlook
pt session Senator S. D. bills to tighten up gambling laws but the locals Jumped on Beck the 2. g io SWI dividual projects which they must School of Journalism. the basin of these exams include

make all public officeholders file hurler banging out 10( hits. BitS complete at home. V. ft. FrrgiiHon i the blouse and Senatorial Scholar. .

Monticello, a veteran statement of their financial scored the winning run In the 'last I IItiiAll H F.Fnn' vocational agriculture teacher at.. ship and also the Lewis Scholar.

ITS, of legislative service, sworn condition taking office and of the seventh Inning when Thomas In t 0 n /I I 0 the school Is In charge of the buy : Bradford 'Career Day'Vill\ Attract I
[:ey i ing all to start off looking every year afterwards, and permit crossed the plate with the win "'.'nvr. sn 2n "n I 0 I I 0 0 I I 0Sspp. 0 and checks periodically with themA. I Mhlp.Any person Interested in lak-
be a hectic sesI double to
officers. ning tally on Hazen'a _... C'F t /I 0 I 0 I profit must he shown at the end InK'time exam may obtain additional
I they usually wind up just recall of law enforcement WhIiln. f"'F' I 1 /I I 0 '
left field. of the from each project before Leaders Information at the School'
broaden I 0Wmtth year Educational And Business
bills to I
I Other Strongly-backed at IOwlll.y. ItF' a t 0
: Hazen had. < a perfect night V' 4 t I I 0 credit ran bf' awarded. Board office.Midget .
bert Stewart, of Clewlsntlnuoua the sales tax were also being pre the plate, getting 4 for 4. and pullIng .""...nn In I 0 I I A I The 05 boys are divided, lute ;
'. introduction. "1111. 1.5' 2 n I 0 I A5"uate t
for early relief
house member his
pared the game out by 88 3 1 I I 0 three classes. First vent men. second L. II. Gibson aulstant. principal Ball Club
f. said: "I don't see much I I hurling In the seventh Inning, with I It.."k, P _2 _0__1 _n I and third year men and fourth i of BHS. announces that up to date Sheriff Refuses

Jlie ordinary coming up Conner And Johns the ce tied 44.Youngster .. il 4 4 0 year men. They are taught all of representatives of 12 universIties, I To Start PracticeCoach
Vasibly) the renaming of Larry VanAlstlne Bonding Company'sBid
of farmIng
the fundamental aspects
business schools have
I and
final districts." Get AssignmentsOn started on the mound for the Tornadoes I colleges Herb Thomas this Week
and the use of modern power For McCool
Indicated that they participateIn
t t predicted that the House Committees and showed promise, giving Thomas To Head i equipment. scheduled a meeting of all boys In
: activities at the
I but Day
'e "definitely economy no hits in two Innings Starke snd Bradford County be.
up The boys plan to be a Starke school on April 20. Sheriff P. D. Reddish said!, yesterday -
P''II year" and doubted that Announcement from Tallahas..eecommittee walking three. Harold Davis sufficient The school board tween the ages of 10 and 14 years
Mature will appropriate appointments in both second baseman went on the l I group. the Those. to be present Include: RB that he had refused the application who are Interested! In playing In
of I will be eventually for
I repaid
ley than the budget commas houses of the State Legislature mound next, going three innings.He erion District i land by the sale of crops rained on Johnson, registrar University of Joby's Bail Bond Co. the local Midget\ Baseball League

recommended. showed the following assignmentsfor showed great control in strikingout I the farm. It was explained of Florida; Mary Esther Lacey,, of 331 E. Union St.. Jacksonville for 3.15: Monday afternoon at the

"'>r' delegation: five, walking none, but did Florida Southern College; John / ball field opposite the new county
Warren and the bud Bradford's A, J. Thomas Jr.. Starke attornry : Present Chapter officer are: I to post bond of $:IOOfor Claude
chair. and one run. i Baker Florida State University -!
mission E. Johns: two hits I I Newton Jail.
( this recom- Charley give lip
year Senator Andrews, who
sixth service'i Sebrr Doyle presidu'ntMeed McCool, will face a grand
a budget of 252000000.: Prisons A Convicts; vice Bert Newcomb pitched and county veteran ; Virgil V C. Eady, Emory! At the Monday afternoon: meeting
anticipated Income Is 1 man chairman of of Labor &: Industry, Inning and found plenty of trouble officer, was elected commander of ,j !\ Lewis vice-president and ; J. L st Oxford; Rev. John Wombl' ,I jury at the spring term of circuit Coach Thomas will set up a .
sentinel RalphDavls.reporter.
|")00. with a $::1.000.000. aur- vice chairman Welfare; member of walking two. hitting one batter I the Fourth District, American Alvarez. Two; one and a Bessie Tif College; II. W. Hurt,I court In connection with the deathof weekly schedule of practice days

Idy carried over from the public Health Public Road & and giving up three runs to Legion, at a meeting held in Weirs I half hour business meetings are Stetson University; G. Holmes' Claude Beaver. and within a few weeks will schedule -

1'ilum. Highways Aviation & Radio, Ex- tie the score 4-4. In thftsftv..nth. dale last Sunday. : held each month. Braddock, University of Miami; I The Sheriff said the boni was games between the city
Hazen faced three men A of World War II Col Meyers, adjutant The ; teams.All .
frfh. Clarke Communications. veteran
did not -
proSenate's ecutlve Cltad..l:1 refused because the
getting company war 10 14
first man 'up Vocational boys within the to year
E. Conner: the Don Hay,
attitude flit Doyle Thomas Is Immediate past commander I
on Representative dropped third trilte. Red Cross Total not registered with the Secretaryof age group are cordially invitedto
Is believed Agriculture: memo on base by a of Post M, Starke, and I tion Supervisor, Department
generally vice chairman Social Security the second grounding out. and I, of Education; Mary Crump Jones 1 I State and was not licensed by turn out and enter Into the Mid.
upper house .will be more Instltutons chef de train of Voiture Nearing $2,000
ber of State fly to
bunted a I Baseball
up the department, according to Information get program
th Public the third man i Business College: E. D. Whtsonant 'i
state than Blections Forty-andElght Society.
expenditures Oils. unawlsted.Si'ade .
and Hazen Red Cross Emory Junior College at Valdosta; from J. Edwin Larson
< Bradford
e County'
Health, and Education. catching; the | District Four Includes 18 American
'r' Warren's 22 of age. if I a double play, I fund total neared the J2.0OO mark F. C. Browning, Massey BusineeusCollege. I Insurance Commissioner Attend Conference
years third Posts In Alachua
message Conner, third base for the Legion I
off .
man with collections off
ever week
mention of the biggest I said to be the youngest man Bradford, Marlon, Union Citrus. i thin Staff members from the Bradford .
J.*.tlon facing the leglsla- to serve In the Legislature. He was out.Delano Thomas led off the hot- i Gilchrlst, and Levy Counties .912.69 reported. M. W.Cressl.r r In addition to these repre..nta.I' Central Restaurant County Health Departmentattend..d
19M Recent contributions were wl1be ,
'ether to raise some $20- 21 old In December seventh Inning with a tives, Serving Breakfast conference Radio.
extra years for the torn of the $.V>. Ben Hall $ 10, and from various profession and trades i I Ito a on
la the next two qualifying as a candidate Mngl. advanced to second CARD O.F TIINKS3fis logical Health and Civil Defenseat
clean from Denmark', Green'sStore
for $.1 each
students Idea of
finance the public schools Legislature and registering Bennett grounded out, and give the some Ralph Yarbray manager of the the College of Engineering. University

"mpllance with the 1947 the first time, to vote on the sam when home for the winning run Haven Crosby wishes to express and Doyle Conn..r.The Is.$2,701Anyone the opportunities and requirement I'I Central Restaurant on Temple of Florida. March 2730.
carne the county's
for quota
''i foundation law. fourth hit. sincere appreciation of occupational groups. Avenue, announced that due tc Those attending from here were
day. Hazen's -
has not yet contributed
on let- who
card. and
beautiful flowers, '
''d that a sales tax enacted The Tornadoes collected 10 bits. who wishes to Many local business and professional : public demand they are now serving Dr. A. Y. Coving ton. Director! ; Jack
I ten she received, and the many or
rs ago had Increased the FARM BrREAC(: (YTICE: I off Beck, while Wllliston wsa getting -| other courtesies xtended to her Increase his contribution In orderto people have agreed to breakfast Trawick, Sanitarian; Mrs. Arline

>r'a share of taxes In Flor- County Farm four off VanAI-tlne. DavU.i during her recent stay In the Pa- help meet the quota may leave give their time and effort to help I I The restaurant Is open dally at McKnlghf, and Mrs. Joyce Rlherd.

77.4 percent of the total The Bradford (Friday) ...1 Newromb, and Hazen. j jI latka the contribution at Stump'store put the pI ')cram on. 7am Public Health Nurses.
tonight hospital\
/ meet I Bradford were
M will
6 percent, and "it would't Bureau Scoring runs for ,
courthouse. I
confiscatory to Impose at 8 o'clock In the


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.. H, -"- -- vllle spent the weekend with her Lubi-dia Pi.: i
"" Several "
a Stork Shower. games I parents Ml" and !Mrs E J. Lewis. singing "' e .
1 OUR DEMOCRACY by Mat: J were played and prizes were awarded of- BROOKER Mrs. Mann Hasen:!: spent a few Butler Sunlln'lVent. I .'-
Bradford County t TelegraphESTABLISHED to Rubye Burroughs days with her children in Starke. Mrs. ViGalneavll ) .,. ;
Butler !Mable Sapp and Jerry Kelley '
Lake By Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Dave Galney and I
E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNEREDITORPublished PLOWING TIME AND PLANTING TIME- Sapp of Palatka. After Eunice Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hicks and Stark Ino LirLof '!
187B opened her many pretty and useful entertained at Mr. and yen 1I'U@tb
Mrs. David W. Green family were guests Mrs. E
/ (//' /. ,,t THE ye-4RS: AT THE I SPRING .;//.;./ /// gifts Beulah Mae served delicious her daughters, Marcia Ann Mrs. 'Gent Stokes Sunday. WednesdaMrs' ilakq; !
;/ / /. / /.11 / / .y:/ /..."tWI''y. // refreshments with Coca- and Nancy Lynn, with a birthday I attended'
and Entered .. Second ;.y/... < /.1/1//. / t./. A large congregation Wits,,,
Frt E\ery //1. 1" / < : ? / Colas. Everyone party at the Community CenterSaturday church services at Deaden Sunday. Dave ire.
Office at Starke, Fla. ,,/ 1/ .( //. )- / ", ;' # Eunice the best 14 Creel,
clalas Matter at the Pod i' Y: 'I" sion and wished afternoon. About After church dinner was enjoyedby shopping were II
t if.iP r I of "town" guests were attended. Refreshments al1ll((
1'\/ t P of luck. Out little friends VI.1IUQI
19518ubecripUon y1, .. __ ''''' 4. ... and were
MEMBERmi ..a _1 .;; _"" f{' .... { o---r.-: I Rubye Burroughs of ice cream We are sorry to report that Mrs. The Unioi 1
% 'Mrs Jim Adklns Clarice Adklns enjoyed. Rdd Lewis is. still in the hospital.We ty ass 9a
.MAluTSIUQ W ,1.80 For SU Months Gene Prevatt of Hampton and A. 1 Green Mr, Singing I'onvpnuu
fIa4rw Mr. and Mrs. .
$ ,; =-"" :. ,;n"ibr4: tit I wish her a speedy recovery.Mrs. at Brooker *
of Palatka. BnpUII ,
Jerry Sapp and Mrs. Roy Green, Mr. and Mrs.
and children
Elton Hardy day .
I evening.U A
." Friends plan to entertain Emma G. E. Green, Mr. and Mrs. T W of Starke were guests of Mr. and invited tl'' Aptlll!I
TO SELL 'E.M: COTTA TELl. '.;:\1 i :, ;: .;,:'a':4k's; 't $ Lou Tomlinson with a Stork Markey and Mrs. Mary Green were Mrs. O. W. Barry last week. Mrs. Graoi(stteol s.lpllb
at her Lewis in Ala- DUk" 10
night Mrs. E.
Shower Saturday visiting I
easy enough for anyone to think up things for other I ...yrvpS//.tIJj'/' / U,a s home at 7:tO. chua County hospital Sunday af Mrs.:Mr.Virginia and Mrs.Howard Charles and Rabbit Miss,I Week visited Mr talcolllt,I
what it ."1"\
folk"to do but we have an idea which we offer \ (Think somebody had better ternoon. .
may be worth. Oven.THC LAND, rARMCKi" AC PREPARING' AMP stcoiNU: THC son. shoot these storks and keep them The Deadon Junior Training pie

Tourists and business!'\ visitors to Bradford County enter FOR THC CROPS THAT ARC COUNTED ON TO PROVIDE FOOO AND 'from nesting so close around here.)i iI Union class enjoyed a party at G
the County and see only a highway sign telling them that t ASIC RAW MATKRIALS' ,NOT ONLY FOR( AMERICA" ,OUT FOR' | Aubrey Welch has moved to Miss the home of Mrs. Jim Williams ATTENTIONTOBACCO
entering Bradford County and there is nothingto OTHCnl' PCOPLKS THROUGHOUT THe WOItLD. '" .! ;w Ida Merrttt's farm and It is. under- Saturday afternoon. Refreshments

they tell We are them suggest now what that Bradford an appropriate County billboard has to offer.be erected which- t !iWijtrt.t)! Ll1 !I. '111frll/ J 'rT. place stood that this year.he Is going to farm her of Hampton Miss drinks Martha and was cookies visiting Suo Brookins were friends served.here of GROWER '. "..

Freddie Johns Is having quitea
of the story of Bradford County and initiate, the weekend.
tell some --- siege of the Flu. He Is sick in over Let Us Write Your
Tome interest. It could for example say that Bradford County bed at his brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Reesle Carlton had
is a good farming' area (home of Bradford County straw- \'sister Charlie Eloise Cowan's, as their dinner guests Saturday ., -
that there are wonderful commercial and recreational Y- r Rev. and Mrs. Brookins of Hampton HAIL INSURANC
berries) and .: -'"::: .0.T .. '-" I i home in Starke. He Is missing several -
facilities available. It could stress the fact that Starke, j2 fIH days of school. ,' and Rev. Curtis Harris who

the county seat, offers tax-free advantages for businessesand ::;: People got busy during this conducted the revival services at NOW Before You Need It
have -- Deadon Church last week.
such as the one we '" :
homesites. In fact, a message .
outlined, could start a lot of visitors thinking before they : ya rainy spell and worked themselves We are glad to have Mrs Grace i
themto down setting out tobacco. Nearly Barry back with us after spending
travelled far through the County and might help to get Every Branch of ,
information. u r | everyone Is through setting now several days In Alachua County
stop more .
faster than most people | and It's all living. Bud and NanMoody' hospital.Mr. INSURANCE
Bradford County is developing and Mrs. V. V Hazen and
realize. The new clothing factory (with its regular payroll) : patch really ]looks good children of Starke were visiting _
They set early and it Is "goln
is, we believe, only the first of more to come. Bigger and -. ', town". Others set out and didn't friends and relatives here last --- ------- '
tourist courts much more traffic, I weekend.
'. better stores, fine new
., have to water them-the rain set
mechanized farms, I Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Coleman of
establishments, more
several new eating tied the differences for them. If
. H.
attended church
all add to a i Gainesville services -
, better stock and more improved pastures, up it Just doesn't get too cold! Some here Sunday night. .
. changing picture which is gradual but steady. of our early rising neighbors say Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dukes are PLEASE PHONE 146
t If all this is true, and we know it is, why let folks travel I s ... tiWI/R 1 there has been plenty of frost recently the proud parents of a baby son. .
it? We think that bill- .. -- I Well, I'm I Just '
I through without telling them about a sorry got Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones were ''I
board such as we have sketched might be a good start in THE TREMENDOUS TASK OF EXPANDING PRODUCTION up too late to vouch for it. Anyway -i visiting In Starke Sunday afternoon Constant Service Over 50
y publicizing the benefits! and advantages of living in Bradford THAT FACES OUR DEMOCRACY, THE FARMERS Mf&I7. I'm good at taking people's I I )'earlILOVETT' ,.

1 County. Before you can sail them, you've got to tell them I MULTIPLIED 0y rue POWER MACHINES AND"NEW I.word. for things Miss Iva Mae Lewis of Jackson-

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On its editorial page of Tuesday the Florida Times-Union Hodges Sunday night.
I made the following favorable comment on the Career Day The Life And Times The Leonard Colaons were visit- i

,{ ,to be held soon at BHS (we quote) : Of New River FolksBy Ing In Lake City Saturday with I !
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rlgdon.
On April 20 Bradford County High School and five other Jessie Leo Lazenby Mrs. Henry Thomas and daughter
schools will hold "Career Day" observance for
nearby a jun- --- Oweeda spent the weekend In
ior and senior class students. Competent advisers will be on Everett Renfroe attended the Jacksonville visiting with Mrs.
hand to furnish the young people with expert guidance in healings of Oral Roberts meeting:! I Thomas sons.
picking their life's work. In Tampa last week. He enjoyed! The Rev Leslie Black of the STARKE FLORIDA --- Prices Good Through SAT. APRIL 7 I

Helping'people to understand that happiness in work is the meetings very much he says High School Evangallsm Fellow ,
more important than acquiring money or social position The R. J. Turners went up to ship of New York gave a wonderful -
should be a "must" function of every school. Institutions of Cordele Ga. Wednesday to attend i message in Magic Monday -
the funeral of R. J.'s brother, Wit- night. It was entertaining as ;wellas
learning cannot begin too in
early teaching children how to
choose a vocation.A lam who has been 111 for several Illustrative. SUPER BRAND
months and had suffered two The trailer camp at Long Bridge
large percentage of workers are pursuing an unhappy severe strokes. Pneumonia caused consists of 6 families-all related. lb. 25ftMf1
existence because they didn't have adequate vocational guid- his death. He only lived about two Eddie Mullen, his three sons and, QTRS.
ance when they most needed it. hours after he was admitted to two daughters of Andalusia Ala i

the hospital. are living there while they do i
EARS STOPPED UP WITH PORK Joan Turner and little daughter spray painting jobs. They are quite

Memories are short, and facts and figures are easily forgotten Charlene left last week for Camp busy Miller painting Johns houses is still and barns.tomato ; ANO j
Cook, Calif where she will join her selling : riiv
., The chances are.that most Americans have only a huabaryl, Wilbur who has been and collard plants dally. You
hazy idea of just how much the cost of their government has stationed out there for several can hardly miss them yet. Taesday !
risen in the past 10 years' So some figures compiled by the months./ We all wish the kids much he sold 7,000. They are a nice size \\mmm 6FRYERS
. National Small Business Association should come as a high- inpplnenn.. I to set now and this weather makesIt
voltage shock.In Ira nice to set out plants..
Merritt is on the sick list .
1940. it cost a little more than $75.000,000 to run the this: week. He has the flu. Who SHOWER
Department of Commerce-in 1950 the bill was 863000000. hasn't had it? I Last Thursday several friends BANANAS 2 LB.25C

la' 1910, the Department of the'Interior lived on a budgetof Merrill tirocery Sold' I met Eunice at Moody Beulah and Mae gave Moody's the latter with Fla. Grade A Lb.
about $1,385,000.: Last year's bill was close to $568,500.000.In Ira and Thelma Merritt have, .
1940, the State Department worried along on less than sold their Filling: Station and store -.. rv ,
$21,000,000. In 1950: it managed to get rid of more than to Mr. and Mrs. William K. Han. I LARGE COLDENCELERY "I
361000000. sen. The Hansen's have three Let Us Thoroughly

In 1910! the taxpayers supported the Department of Labort children, one boy who la In Starke I 2 Stalks I5C BREAKFAST BACON Lb. "i'I
the tune of some $18,500,000. Last year the assessmentwas School and two daughters who ar* Wash Your Clothes ,
t; 257000000. too young to go yet. They hall 'I'IAPR 'Ii
from Brookhaven Mass., and Mi 9 Pounds
In 1940, it must be remembered the late
r President Roosevelt
ami. They like the new location
had been in office for two terms, and the government fine and plan to stay here and For 40c! SKINLESS WEINERS\ Lb.

had been greatly expanded. Yet now the cost of running the make their home. We wish them ,
major departments make the 1940 budget look like peanuts! all success. FREE Bleach If Desired! LEMONS DOZ 39CYORK r. .

The Evening Outlook, of Santa Monica, California, hit Ira and ''Thelma aren't settled Temple Ave. Stark
J i the nail on the head when, after listing these figures it .said: yet. They have their furniture FRYER BACKS Fresh Lb. .
.. "If the American people have any political intelligence-or stored and are klnda taking: it easy OWe ,
. any sense of their own self-interest, they will demand an end for a few, days. They have several COOKINGfc r r ,__
to the colossal.extravagance of the Federal government that >laces In view but are not going Win LBS.

is threatening to bankrupt this country The demand must to be hasty to act yet. APPLES 25CFROZEN BACK BONES Meaty Lb. .
grow volume and insistence until it will finally be heard Other new neighbors are the Dry Your Clothes ,
by those legislators and bureaucrats who hitherto have had' George Werre of North Dakota
their ears stopped up with pork." and New River. Mr. Werre is the 20c
former ..,.Alvle Moody who lived Dry
In New Automatic Driers JOWELS BACON Lb
: here some years ago. Mr. Werre ,,
: Men's Clothing I. a native of North Dakota. They .. ,
; II ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 II have bought the Meadows Ander 0 WELCH'S ENGLISH v_
son place--next to Ira Merrlta'
store We hope they will be The WashetenaFree PORK FEET Lb. .
permanent residents too. We wlali GRAPE JUICE PEAS -
all of 'em the best of luck. They -, ,
The DRAPERY SHOP ,r, ... ,-
plan to stock farm. Several acres

of this place has good pasture 5 cans 99c 2 pkgs. 49c SHRIMP
110 WALNUT BROWN BLDG. grass already planted. Jumbo Lb. .
Mr. Julia Johns visited her
UPHOLSTERY mother, Mrs. Whitehead In Kui- .

SLIP COVERS 0 DRAPERIES ford recently. Mrs.'hltehead fall
Dome tln.u ago and hurt her leg ARMOUR'SMILK
Furniture Repaired And Refinished and hna been suffering quite a bit
from it a nce. I
/ Estimates Without Obligation Roan J, Turner had a physical, IOOLBS.Sagar. SnowdriftLB.
check up at t''fl: Veteran Hospital'
Pick-up and DeliverySUPERIOR In Lake City week before last. He I
reported Monday again there for I
another routine check up. '
Mr and Mrs. Al Denny and son : i
George of Jacksonville were visiting -

CORRECTIONPearl the Geo.Colson Andersons Is not Saturday.sellingtlck..ta PHILCOREFRIGERATOR WITH ANY I 4 TALL 3 CAN 95

at the Florida Theatre. It 49cl
Is an error of the writer and not CANS
Pearl's statement She expressed
her desire to do that type work If or Philco Range _
and when she went back to work. INU.
in every necessary detail in a service
We are sorry! Limited Time ONLY I r I CHICKEN OF SEA TTUNA
available locally and widely known The Colsons had company Sun. Z5
day afternoon, Mrs. Jaynell Lockeof Sliced Pineapple 3 ]
for its modest cost, Its wholesome Wildwood Mrs. Martha Walking $5 OR $10 CANS
and Mrs. C. W. Beasley and children .
courtesy, and always tackful sympa of Gainesville enjoyed a nice DEPOSITWill

thy. visit with them. Hold For You CHERRiES '
Bill and Marie Banks are home CAN 21cJIM TiDE.
DeWITT C. JONESPhone from a visit north. BoxSP4jl6OZ.C4lN -2
Pvt. Oscar Gibson of Camp See Our
7 Starke Fia.Ambulance.
Rucker, Ala. was visiting around '
S-P-E-E-D -
Q-U-E-E-N -
here this weekend. Friends say he DANDY
Funeral Director Service looks .well. {Washing Machine
Tony Andrews of Morrlaton was
Our local funeral horns enables us to offer convenience. and GRITS LBS. .4
visiting Floyd and Mana Wiggins
services not otherwise available. .
r v M. S. Hayes were in our C. H. Nasworthy '
section Monday. I LAND u' SUNSHINE;
We furnish the highest type service at lowest price., and Romie and Rose Johns of Jacksonville I ; :
accept ANT Ufe Insurance policy In force, Issued t by ANT and Densll and Ruby Thomas -' 232 E. Call Starke, Fla. 3 "N 33C SALMON5
company, .. payment In part or in full on a, funeral. of Floral City were supper PEAS

Consultation carries no obligation. guests of their sister Truby I f -



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brown add the beans Then add services begin at 7:30: p. m. Everyone I April ,'I i, 1St.,, in the Shove named t ',1OFJo.tAL I" Ftnnk Lnnilfiini.' Clarke Fin: Telegraph' '),,, :I t. ,ml.h, Ih," Order
onion tomato pulp and welcome > ". urt and ..II.... wherein plaintiff SEAL) A, J, Tliomnn. .MIN for. Pit 3'lS', 4t'A' ''n ,next funr, \\ ?.,,11' 1__ "._
pepper. ". .kH dnr., nrndford County An Clerk nf mid. I'nurt, Wliiiom mh ,
chili imi' .n.l ?ffi' 'ii .fab
powder and cook slowly 30 Remember the ervlces next Ti>1<.Krnih "hull publish this OrderIn THn\ 'n Cnmhy. pt'piiM' ilnrkRx.tti In The rlri'nlt ( [l min I serve with crisp crackers of n. Tit' four weakly l tact',, : T i\une-Nenl I' IZxunii: ,7r' "Uhlh .Indlrlnl < Irpull In nnd Furllrndf.rd ]Ahl.OFFIS'LL L
Friday The
night. young people wlu"., mv hand and official seal tnw I have eaten this in Santa Fe. lark Ills ( !-II'I': ''",ue, ..
Johnstown Youth for Christ will a' ko' .Florida this March tl.OKpii'iAt. "'" to'l..r..11Att \ I.\W ,, ,
Good, )r."t.o; .. tor I'lf. 3116 41 416 i I.II.IHKiniin' 'n. Inc A. risk\ r ll u. ,,,
'< A corporAII
meet with the young people of > :;/."ii: : Piiiintirr,: \ : :,. 'Mallnrv c ihom-;, flat en ,Trashy. l>".piii.Urn' ,( l \
I am, baking brown bread and Pine Level. ( PEAt.J A of. :J, Thomaii Court In C'lrciilt 4'onrt llrndroril Coiintr.. 1 Ilal IImlhitliihi'. Thiimiin. I hpte..d"nl_ 31"l d It till!
I A* Clerk paid lorlilni In ('hnncerr.Hubert M> I ii F7: OK. MI ITThe
beans Just feel BO happy. Let the ny haven ('ro.bv, Depute Clerk' I. Proctor Plaintiff VM.Uullil Mlnle of Flnrldn'earlhIlnrt In (Irenlt Conrt, llrndford Coantr.r'l .
fy JLura Burgess Afohr wind blow let the snow fly. I ama OFFICE: Sl-'UESf! if we T Frank Ijinrtrum, gtarke' Florida Mue Proctor. Defendant' : i' Th.'tni'-. Uenldence, : South ?rldn. | In ( hancerr.Andrew .
don't we'll All.\'. for Plf 3'33t 1111 Cape Ni S1liOrder 1 0' II-MI.I.! .. lii.llami T. Knox, riiilntlff %
-PONCA. NEBR; ozy as the mouse in a corn have what you want, of Pnbllcntlon. Andiitlce; '1'.. \ iiKlnln, ,: 'I'liomnii., ,: ; l].'.lil.'iioe: LakeHI llnleii Knox 1'pfi'ndant,
order. I It for llradfonl In rirruK Tonrt. nradfurd Co.'y.I".a. ,.. K. 8107Order
shock. Digger likes to be out you. County ttp.ar .r\IK"" OF Kl.olllltv T..tDelia \ i Inilliina.Yor C'liKf. i
In naneerjr.. AIII-: IIKIIKIIV NOTIFIED Off Publication ,ail Notice. 'la
whose reeldeni'e
Nfae Proctor
I welcome In the Hope of a life hereafter. lie Is awhile in the cold then he comesIn Telegraph.In Lena M Uionuiel. rinlntlff v*. Jean and nddrena la unknown: that a HUH hun been riled 1 against : Appear nrtl'K.", OK .'1.1(11)T..".
a fl real my Bible!', we Love and Peace. This week and sleeps on the foot stool. C."itntlnr lAnnuael, Defendant.Caee You are required I to appear, nnApril >',"", bv 11I.OHIO PINANCK' CO, INC. lli>l"n Knox, whose ruHid<*nc" lailrlmma
a lady .
I Circuit Court llradford Co T.Klorldai No. 1911 ;, I'nrix.rnlli.n PUInlirr. who e Attorney Corner, (treat Ml,.."nd.nl"ticklnithaniiihlre .
ihtJ'' few' worm, I help bury 66 passed away. She had been In Whoopee Life Is good. Hope you In hnnrerr, Order nf .'.,..11......... sad" ntlre Te 16th and, 1951.cauaa Ill, wherein the above plaintiff twiroedCourt of r.-.rd. la II Flt1h I England;

... 411 d sew aeant. bed an invalid for ten years. At all had a happy Easter and God I'hyllm .Huckley Defendant.plaintiff Case va.No.JohnHncklev. Baal Appear Corentlne HTM OF I.nnmnel K1OK1I whoa'" TotJelin seeks divorce, Bradford CountyTeiegreph.ehall !h.ing N\MFFORI' US North D; Ksq.Fourth and bin street nddre": Pa.> ,' You 16th ere I9M I required, In' the' to above appeat.named onApril
thla OrderIn
tj elf beside the cross last she Is free from pain. bless all who read this. Order Of Publication Anil Notice ToAppear residence la t'nknov/ti: next four weekly publish issues.Wltnees let ha,. FlorMn' In the above entitled Court and cause, wherein plaintiff J
loaned MT\TI3" OF 1".011111To, You are required to appear on seal. cause odd you are hereby reiiulredto seeks divorce' and other relief ttradrord
You ordclnl *
Borrows tempest ; can perhaps enjoy this Jokeon LOVE--LURA John I I.unkn.n I. named my hand serve upon Plaintiff Attorneywhusa
my' fucklny whole reeldence April llth, ID&l, In the above Count shell
T bu shall rest tho blithe myself. I ran out of fluid to and whose mailingaddreai Court and "au... wherein' plaintiff at M'." "". Florida this March 14th name an.l ,Mdflreaa .appearM\ this Order Telegraph In next four weeklyIseue. punllxh -
'e. la Martin J. Buckley. No. peeks divorce, care, cuatodv and control I 10111. heron your urltten defenses, It
, clean the type on this typewriter.I "oreJ4fih Htreet. Itowda1e'tong' of minor child. Bradford County (OFFICIAL AsEI leek of said: Court a any copy to of the whl..h Coiiiiilalnr'la delivered' In mild milt, Witness my hand and official aeal
i storm that oppress put on a new ribbon and wanted lulnnd News York: T..I..ph'.h,1l publish title Or. PV Haven Crosby Deputy ClerkT. on or before to you"rewlth 'nt Htarke Florida' thl. Mar-h' 13th.
, PINE LEVEL You are required to appear on der In next four weekly l..uea.Wltneia |\ April 1A.
1) 14S1.
first to clean W9. Iff "A 1.IIKKKIM
and > !
oil It I Frank I-amlrum. Slark"l
good. namedCourt
1IiI April J3. 18M. In the shove mv hand and official peel
) 41 Ale! OFFICIAL REAL) A .J. Thomas
that bled for ,went down to tho and cause wherein plaintiff at Stark. Florida this March 1Mb Attya. for Plf. FAIL NOT. or Judgment' (
l1e heart operating room Uy Mrs. II. ht. Mcltae by Defnult. will l 10. entered' A. Clerk nf maid, Court
t necks divorce, and con slant net
rare melody lee' ..
'r and got some cavity fluid In an trot of minor children Bradfcrd I OFFICIAL SEAt. A J. Thomas In rlvcMll Cnnrt. Uradlord. Cou T.Klerlilal -ou. and each of you. for the reliefprayed Uy Haven Crvuby Deputy Clerk
[ the cross of Calvary- old teacup. It Is clear and has County Telexraph shall publlnh this Aa. Clerk of. said Court.tfy In l'ksseerr.Nom Wllllmun.. Plaln-. In mid. Complaint., __ 3118 4t 4111
Gcf Rev. W. E. Hall filled Montiromery The nature of
his Order nnld atilt
regulai In next four weekly Inane Haven Croebv. Deputy Clerk belnv for .
\MI- In 4 Irenlt fourt. llraitford ( ntr.frlorlilni
: j the cross where love something in It that hurts your appointment at Pine Level Baptist I Witness my hand and official .seal. F.van T, vanS.al: t> Evans. Jr. IIntssBefenl. on An face Not mil the enforcement of "payment of aprnmlaviiry In 6keseery6piano 0.
at March S3, I ,, note and for at1M'hmen1. -
Ha. I smelled of Htnrke. Florida, thin 103 Law Exchange Hull.llnnAtty.
eyes. it and bent I'nbMcntlon \nd nl'"'' TotlUiear Wltnemi II. Freed "Plnlntlff vex Edward
Church Sunday morning with Hill.' .. for Plf 3.1.t. 418 tinier o( 'my hand and peal of
heart to head the II'T """I'I'J ...' fl.OIIIIIV'" You aalil Court Ht Kliirke. ( A Freed'1. efendunt
h sorrowing my over cup did it seem (OFFICIAL, SEAL' ) A .:J. Thomas, FlorldA. this
Baptism at the Pane No. 810*
evening services, An. Clerk of said Court In Ifr to make me weep. I put my finger Mrs. Bell Dingier of Marlon Ala. fly Itav.n Cronhy TVpuly Clerk riorlilni' In t hanierr.Ki.lb whose renldenca. anti nddreea, A. J. Thomuv, Clerk circuit Court Order, Of Piihllcatlon. *ad "Nittle Tat
balm on every pain; |I In it and lightly touched it to my and Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake Evan :T I:vans A Neaf |l Kvnn, Jr. tikall. rialntlff, vp. Selma P. (I.Wnnlilnnton: .1053 Kaat: or C MU Street Meredith Tncuma.Ann -3116 4t 4 0 :|."|>rnr, CI'11'1'E A Freed! OK, whose KIOIIIOl rt sidencaIM '" TolriltHid

the way a crown to i tongue. Ha. Yep it burns. I then Geneva spent the weekend with J"'k."n'III..o 10:1: Law Kichnmro Florida.Hulldlnv, Mkttu. 1 Defendant Cane No. AlitOrder llHWxunVllllnma.' I93 He.nth Tyler lit Circuit I.--j': lra..,..rd CoiintT, rnkno\\
proceded to brush the Atlyil for Pit. alas 4t 41U ..f I'nhll.'nllon. 2ndollre'in Street Tn"o"'o.'n.hlnI110...: liirlilni In ('kanrerr.Kdclln You sire rcquln to appear' on
keys. Sucha the .
H. 1McRae's and Mr. anti _- tnprnr "'I' \'1''U"'" '" TolHlm.i You ore required to> appear| | tn : Hrjnn plaintiff, vs. Frtitiees Apill let h. I IDM, In theiil.tnamed
go'Ils Churchill Chaphe. smell came up that I surely began Mrs. Robert Myrick. In Ircult r..nr llrailfurd r untrKlorlilnI I' IIk..rl.100"" residence met April lath, 1 5I, In the shove nnmed F liiyan, l,pfi>nilant. I'iMirt.. and, i-aunr. wheri in plaintiffparka .
,od Friday but no poI I to weep. Then I used oil and In 1 hnncerr.William 21 "r"tho Mr. and Mrs. Liivon Alvmez oC Ixieffler, .T,.. Plnlntiff. J..o' dlvnrre. Bradford ('o0 alp'Telegraph ot 1'iihllf.ntlon 11 ml.tlr.. Tiluuenr : Hhnll publish this OrderIn
,, [ be planted here. We wiped each type. At last the odor deorire n.- Yon to on shall publish thl. Order. "' eraiii'" ) OK Kl.ltllllt '1'... next four weekly I.ou"*.
Loefflor appear
VH. Marie M vea lire required
Orlando and !Mr. and Mrs. B. 1I \[. I. ,,,.., KrHnceH' F Bryan' whose reHldenceIn WltneHa mv hand and offlrlal seslat
know It named four weekly "
on the ground. has died down and I can fendant Pn e No. 1318 April Idih l 1961. In the above In next :
a type Myrick and little daughter Venice Onler Of 1'iihlli-atlnn *n.l %<..le. TnAnprnr Court an/i entice, wherein plaintiff Wltneni" mv hand and official seal 0:6 North 6th Street 1 New llj-iln Hturke, Florida thl Math: 10th
fl all morning at this away. It cleaned it tho. Had a nice I Aim of Gainesville ".ff\ll"" : <>.' KIOMIIIt'" TolMm seeks divorce' Bradford "ollnlYT"'I at Htaike .'I.hllthl.. :March 14lh, Park, Iconic Inlund New York: I ;S1.,
wind Is blowing cold Easter card from Nettle Carter of church Marie !Sieves oefrler. whose <,al>h shall puoliith thus OrderIn 1001 You are' reiiulted' to appuar on (WFlCIAIj PEAt.l' A .enlIhCourtBy ,
5 here Sunday and were dinner rniililence anti Addreen In: Iak Pine, nest four weekly luauen.Wltnena (OFFICIAL SRAt. A. ,1. Thriman April Itth,, till I. In the shove lIam.,1e"rl Am Clerk of
i Is trying to shine. I Clay Hill. Have a number of nice Mnrlton, Medford New Jersey my hand end official peril. 1 .,. Clerk nf ald Court. and, I cnuiie, wherein plaintiff' Haven Ctuaby, Deputy Clerk
with guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. R renulred;: at Try have, CroHrtv, Peimlv Cleric .ei. ka divorce, Itradfold. I'uunty aim! 4t 41$
\\gn to Sioux City cards. I was too busy to send any Alvarez and afternoon visitors of You are to appear on Mtnrko. Flvrldil, this March ICth -. -.-- --. -. --.

/ myself a new Easter out.HELPFUL the H. M. McRae's and Mr. and A Ibrs
I was driving the De- HINTS: To prevent I
!Mrs. Robert Myrick.Mr. .
find Don would bring potatoes when boiled from becoming

ackard sedan he just soggy cover the top of the and Mrs. J. W. McRne and ; ..al. I'

[ was having the front pan with a cloth to absorb the Mother McRae attended the funeral a

I made removable and tteam. Keep the tall of a rat-tall of John Crews at Glen Baptist \ (;) \

drivers seat and thenbe comb In your sewing basket to Church at Glen St. Mary Sunday \ v1IoS
afternoon.We .
put in to carry poke out corners of belts and collars _
(the hospital or to picklit When order a pattern froma are thankful for the good '

Is really a beautiful paper. I save the picture and rain Monday. It will help the _

JnOO, miles on It. They when the pattern comes paste it gardens and oilier crops so much =
The Young People of Pine Level 14
I yesterday that It was on the envelope. Use a pastry '
.- had a funeral and nohe blender to cut up a banana for Church attended the Sing at Lake 'I

to go. I do not like pie salad or cereal. I made chili Butler Baptist Church last Sunday

icn It is so snowy and this :week. Mane It with the red afternoon.
Dinner guests of the H. W. Mc
ppery, The snow was beans raised out here in Idaho.
1 toll him to gar on the One finds them also in New Rae's Sunday were Mrs.\ Bell
Dingles of Marlon Alabama.
fig the car back. I have Mexico.
Made a print dress Here Is Santa Fe Chill: Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake Geneva

I for summer. It Is yelIwn. 2 cups red beans soak over Vernle Thornton of Heilbronn

| I plan to make abray night and cook slowly 2 lira. Salt. Springs and Misses Gwendolyn and

next week. AllI 1-2 Ib ground beef. Sherley McRae.
Mr and Mrs. B. M.\ McRae and f
One half onion.
have been reading cup ground r eI.
ftitl.\ It Is the life of 2 cups tomatoes run through son Lynn were guests of Mr. and ( S I.r I.
Mrs. F. L. Connor In Jacksonville Itl1Me
IV Idly portrayed. The colander. Sunday .
1 the M. E. church ring I 2 teaspoon red pepper
It eight o'clock for all 2 tablespoons chili powder. Come to Sunday school every

F pray., I love this week .- When beans are well done In Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, ,

I week nnd I love our I weak salt water fry the beef in I preaching at 11 a. m. The young I IRI

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PAGE FOUR I Luncheon Given
Altar Society I
Steve Simmons
I For Bride-Elect The ho'l.
Plans SupperA
"'k Home Is Scene guest of don
Edward's Altai Miss: Merry Beth Knight, whose her chosen 1,
o Ol Of Outdoor SupperThe meeting of St. William S. Colaon, wit; Hi.' .:a-"a. '
_ held Tuesday evening marriage to '
? Society was the Enjoying th :
of April 15, was :
M surround be an event
grounds House.
Parish Knight
ipacloua at the andMrs.
I of Mr. and Mrs! discussed for a spa inspiration for a lovely t
; Ing the home Plans were of lastweek C. K Ha I: .
: formed the set. be held April 14 given at 12:15: Thursday *'
> Johns .
Steve Simmons ghettl supper Inn, Key Mm! 1 a, .,
Keystone "
of the liveliest supper; Hartman in at the E. '
ting for one with :Mrs Loyree for the Knight Mr:
Hostesses t..,.
held Wed1 The various stone Heights. '
the season arrangements.
of charge of Guy Sale Mr(
Mrs. (J
Of lire Green,
['diiy evening of last week.A committees gave their reports party were Mrs R. A. Mun- Mrs. G. J, MI, :rah: 11 0
W. B "
Phono 20 din- the F. F. Stump and Mrs. *I(
delicious ham and turkey including a report on Na worthy, Mi den
.1 I ner was served buffet style from I Spring Deanery meeting of NCCVV dy, Jr.The. Miss Nancy Knight u.
-- luncheon MI'I
a long linen-covered refreshmi I recently held in Jacksonville, given U-shaped Ferryman, Mrs Utn
of blue o1l1n,
( New Officers At one held artistic arrangements y
House Warming table set up in the yard. by Mrs Emery Cooper of Keystone In ward Burns, Mrs
B.P.W. ; Of Junior Club end of the table was a huge I Heights. The next deanery meet- delphinium and pink gladioli Mrs W. H Thorn Wells.!
j i
Given By blue containers. Place cards lon,
bowl filled to over- three
crystal punch NCCW will be held In Pa- I Mrs. J. R.
ing of Wainwright
Installed bridal motif, were
For Mrs. Doyle | Monday flowing with luscious strawberries carying out the
served with shortcake latka. used to mark the seating arrangement

Mrs. J, D. Doyle was delightfully I The Junior Woman's Club hell. 4tt and that whipped were cream. CWtilrs' were The following officers who were Marking the place of the .Judge and Mrs E K, nand ,

'surprised at a housewarmingparty 1U regular monthly meeting Monday ,,1 set about the yard and flood Jlghts elected, will be Installed at the bride-elect was a beautiful corsageof son, Comer,, wore ]ho.l

given at the Doyle's new I evening, honoring new memo lent charm to the occasion. next meeting: president, Mrs Paul pink gladioli and blue delphinium. dinner party Saturday I I
home on Lafayette street Monday bers of the past year.: were prescnt Also placed at the guests' honoring Billy Cola
evening' Hostesses of the party A delicious fried chicken dinner, j Eighty-five the hospitality guests of Mr. and Keleher, vice president, Mrs. Em- places were miniature rolling-pin Enjoying the occaaio : ,11

,,1, were members of the BPW dub I prepared and nerved by the '..t L .r:4c: __ to Mrs.enjoy Simmons. I ery Cooper, treasurer, Mrs. Joseph pin cushions designed of pink and? Perrymans were Maa| hiss t

Miss Pat Lamb, who was In Methodist WSCS. preceded the Assisting Mrs. Simmons in servIng Wallace, and secretary Mrs. H. blue net and forgetmenote.Greeting Knight Miss Joanna

charge of the party, had the guestf: business. meeting. ., Ol'ESTS SERI: TilF.MSELVKMat: the outdoor supper given Wednesday were Mrs. Charley Johns and Ogden Bate guests at the door of I Miss Nina Bishop end jlt", .

I meet at the Avery Inn before I Mrs. Edward Burns, the club' night of last week by Mr. and Mrs. S. 1'':. Simmons, left to right : Mrs. Harry Tucker. ..
. home Installed the following Stone, Mrs. W. E. -----
s ceeding to the Doyle pro-j' new advisor. Mrs. T F Landrum Mrs. N. O. Maxwell Mrs. Ray

'. group. new officers: president, Mrs fowlingMrs' Pauline Torode, and J. R. KitePhoto by Tony Stevena \VCTU Contest
J. Edwards, Jr. vice-piesklent
During the evening Mrs. O. ; ---
I :was given eight billions blown ups I I Mrs. D. L.. Thomas, recording secretary Plans CompletedOne
with notes Inside giving her!' Mrs. Richard Fowler ConfirmationHeld Miss Elsie Cruthird

directions to where she could find I corresponding secretary, Mrs For SeventeenAt Weds Harold JohnsonIn new member was added to
gifts hidden about the house. The Henry Godwin; treasurer, :Mrs the roll of the WCTU at the March
BPW club also presented Mrs'I John A, Torode. Gifts were presented St. Edward'sThe Pahokee ChurchThe neeting held in the home of 1\Irs.
to the out-going: officers r. T. Quigley last Friday afte -
Doyle with a lovely table lamp. |
Miss Elsie Se
I from the club members. Most Reverend Thomas J marriage of loon. Ten members answered the

Delicious refreshments were I I Mrs. Edwards announced the I McDonough, D,D", J,C.D.. Auxiliary ane Cruthird daughter of Mr. and roll call with a verse of scrlptur

served by Mrs. Pauline Torode and'I I chairmen she has selected for the Bishop of the DiocVse of St. Au- Mrs John Wilmer Cruthird of A cordial letter was read from

Mrs. Janie Avery to the fourteen'guests. committees: social. :Mrs. gustine, conferred the Sacramentof Pahokee and Salerno, to Harold C. S. Partin, principal of BHS, n -

t I Is.. 0. Denmark, finance, Mrs. AI Confirmation on 17 members of Atwood Johnson RMN2, son of rardlng the essay contest sponsor ," ,
K. Carsllsle, program, Mrs. Homer< the St. Edward's Catholic Churchin Mrs. William Nathan Johnson' and ed by the local union. His Interest ."

|I I Swindall Chasteen;, Jr.publicity; membership, Mrs. ,J.Mr R, g' a Starke o'clock.Anointing Wednesday. evening was the an late event Mr.of Johnson Wednesday of ,Starke March and cooperation and it was are voted greatly to appreciated sl'nd- +: 4 Customers' I"'. Wonderfully Stmplo to Got Good Va1vu\;'i\

i 21, at six o'clock in the eveningat Mrs. Elle SK** Corner
the him a note of thanks.
T. C. Hazen, Jr., American horn the Bishop were =
| Adams, citizenship Keough of Lake City, the First Methodist Church of Law has been made chairman of ., -
Mrs. H. ] Rev. James P'Il
MrsWni./ Scruggs, International and the Rev. Michael J. Kelly of Pahokee. The Rev. Ralph Todd. the contest for the school and wil yo. Do you find that A&P ad A& OW-P riCe

relationship, Mrs. A. E Futcl Palatka. Olher'member of the performed the double ring ceremony publicize it and collect the finished l vertisements help you plan ,

I house, Miss Lillian Stump; movie Catholic Clergy as-dating at the in candlelight.A pipers. your week's shopping .... /I

Mrs Vernon Sllcox, music Mn ceremony were the Rev. William! program of nuptial music Huntat was At the close of the meeting the Do you find them accurate l Ruura It'A f.It P ft''e""V1

I A. J. Thomas, Jr., health, Mrs. F. Balfe of Gainesville the Rev. rendered by Miss Rita Fay McIwlan DBte.s served refreshments, as andi informative they I '"I -via ,

Eugene Long, parliamentarian William McKeever of St. Augus the organ. Chadler sled by Miss Edna Noegel. should be. *.. ,"".. |
Miss Lucille Mitchell. tine, the Rev. Chaplain McNally accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Toddat I
S. J. of the Naval Station at Green the piano, sang "Because" and V' Do you find them easy to It's simple a.i A.B.C. to get good buy at. .t, pr,.
read, as they should be? '
WMU Circle MeetsAt Cove Springs, the Rev. William W "The Lord's Prayer" CENTRALRESTAURANT the net profit on your dollar la only a penny, andkIrwH
Mc Lewis Friend, uncle of the bride If you have any suggestions
DuBois secretary to Bishop I.
and of Items. are price low. leant lo ,w 0". llhat
Johnson's best man,
Brownlee Home Donough, and the Rev. William was Mr. as to how we can make these
i. Neuhaus, Pastor of St. Edward's miners were Cleve Cruthird. uncle ads more interesting and more "Low-Price-, Low-Profit" Policy can do for your budf

The Ida Darby circle of the Church Starke. I of the bride and Edward Rice, a helpful to you please let us Shop at Al: ., noting the prices that are nuirkwl a,
Baptist WMU held Its meeting t l-d-ot; Mr. Johnson. ,
know. Please write
members wer : penis, a well the shrive
The following all on check
w your pnnfe
Tuesday afternoon In the home of Miss Myra Lee Cruthlrd, sisterof I II
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee with Mrs., J, confirmed( : James E. Ayo Nanc the bride, was maid of honor I CUSTOMER with jour Itemized cash register slip.'ou'I] IN dtlill

E. Futch as cohostell8. There were Bates Barbara William Bates Helntz Margare, Helen and the only attendant. j RELATIONS DEPT. to discoverhat- a lot you got for your nn'SuperRight' )'!
17 members present and one new Given in marriage by her father,
Kelly, Elizabeth Ann Simmons ; A&P Food Stores
i member. the bride wore a two-piece white ji
Eliza Steffanclll, Raymond Ste 420 Lexington Avenue
decorated white accessories
I The home was attractively fanelli, and Anita' Stock. Alec. suit with New Vork 17, N. y.
of sweet She carried :white book i
with vase peas a prayer
I' Grantham, Edward Hartman. .
Earl -
roses and lilies centered with a white orchid. Top Qua!
f Mrs. L. D. Halnrs gave the de- Loyreea Hartman, Donald Willlar Koer, Miss Cruthird chose a Navy I, i GROCERYVALUES !

Deala BRAIn votional. The topic ,was "Pray Ye ner. Elizabeth William Shaller StricklandIn blue suit with pink accessories and ,'
Therefore". Mrs. Haines, program Iprelle, 'wore a corsage of pink carnations CURBAND
Broadcloth $2.00 chairman, reviewed several interesting addition to these, seven members -'I Mr Cruthird mother of the y SL'NXYFIKLD: SLICED
Naval Station, Creel
of the
articles from the Royal bride, a Navy blue suit with
Taffeta also confirmedThe BACON Very Thin lb. g
Nylon $3.50 were
Cove Springs -
Service and asked that the mem- white accessories, and a corsageof Galore at YourA ,
" : bers be much in prayer for the sponsors for those who were. white carnations. DINING ROOMSERVICE '
: youth in the church and for the confirmed, In order as given abov i Following a brief trip to the & P Store ALLGOOD

Ronnie DonnieSTORE revival. At this time several were: Stephen Simmons Margare West Coast, Mr. Johnson will return BACON, Ib. 4
Dean, Ruth Simmons, Mar;:I he A&P GRADE, A-NO. 80S
Calif. where
I prayers were offered. to San Diego, '" '
Mrs. W. L Andrewa, circle leader Siprelle, Fred Crone, Helen Wallace is stationed with the U. S. Navy B IJreakfast CORN, Whole Kernel 17c WISCONSIN LONG HORN

j had charge of the business Mabel Bates, Gertrude Kelly, Mrs. Johnson will remain in Gain. i
Infant & Children's Wear I Steffanelll, Frances Mor I 1 O Reg. Luncheon NO. 303 CHEESE, lb. .
meeting. The menu for the Broth- Robert esville, where she Is a member of A & P GRADE A -

Starke. Fla. : erhood banquet, given Thursday gan, Thomas Conners Michael the hospital nursing staff. Later Dinner)1'EN PEAS Early June 23c I
Mary Cali-
evening was planned. The meeting Gllhooley she will join her husband in

, i, closed with prayer by Mrs. A. J Siravatka Alice Conners, Frank forma A&P GRADK A NO. 2 COTTAGE CHEESE, 12 oz. 26 2
Thomas. Allen, Harry Ogden Bates. 7:00 A. M. DAILYfemple
Whole Green 29cA
I The' hostess served tasty refreshments The altar was beautifully dec St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe BEANS, HERMAN'S
assisted Mrs. J. R with red roses and red U. S. 301
by orated Ave.
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t Chasteen, Jr. and Mrs. A. J gladioli. St. Marks Woman's Auxiliary -

Thomas. Appropriate music was rendere
I with Mrs. William Helntz at the! meeting Monday April 9, at 8 P. QUICK FROZEN

Mrs Harding organ, while Mrs. Edward Char m. at the Parrlsh House. All & P GRADE A NO. 2 CHICKENS 1 lb., 14 oz. avg. .1.1 1COPELANDS

bonneau sang the traditions I members are urged to attend. ... ,. BEETS, Sliced 16c
Hostess To CircleThe '' "
I hymns: Ecce Sacerdos yen ALL, PORK

Daisy Fowler Circle met Creator, and Come Holy Ghost, Keep| jour typewriter or adding I IONA SAUSAGE lb. 5 51:
machine from "skidding" all overthe I
Tuesday afternoon at the home of In plain chant. rubber FLOUR, 25 Ibs. 1.68
Solemn Benediction of the MoaBlessed lenk. Koytjpe pads
Mrs. T, B. Harding with Mrs.There O Sacrament was given by; $1m (adding marhlne) ; $1,73typewriter FOR TillS RED HOT IONA
W. Alderman 3 visitors Bishop McDonough, and the entlr ( ) at Bradford County 1'I.i .. Farm FreshFRUITS
were 13 members and congregation sang the glorious Telegraph. PEACHES, No. 2/2 28c I -oV'
present hymn: "Holy God We Praise Thy; SPECIALDEXTER .
The meeting was opened WHITE HOUSE
conclusion of thieremonies.
Name, at the
REMINGTOtPORTABLI' prayer by Mrs. S. E.Mrs.Sparks Jesse, : MILK, Tall cans 2 for 25c .
W. M. S. president.
Newsome led the devotional and &CTARKE and
DJ! 1.07
DEXO 3 lb..
I had charge of the program. Those Birthday Party '

TYPEWRITER taking part on the program were For Carol SearingA FLA.Fri. WASHER LIPTON'S SOUP MIX VEGETABLESFancy
I VIrs. Dan Moore and Mrs F. J.
Shaw who read an article entitled pink and white motif was, CHICKEN NOODLE-
.. Rat.- Apr. 6,1
.tf "ACter'' the Revival What" Mra.Shaw :carried out in the decorations for a DOUBLE FEATURECHINA $134.50Less .
O- presided over a short busl- ovely birthday party given for Ivory Soap FLAKES 31c Western Wlnesap
tI less session at which time various tale Carol Searing who was celebrating -

owy :committee chairman made their her sixth anniversary SKY $34.50For LARGR liAR APPLES 31bs.: 25 2

I eports. larch( 31st. SOAP 15c ,
Your OLD Washer Ivory -
Mrs \\illi Randolph Scott
The collation was $12.35 Many delightful children's games
USE OUR NEW Warding and Mr Alderman served were played in the yard and prizes I -.1ND PERSONAL BAR Fresh Sweet Yellow

TYPEWRITEREASY The[ refreshments next meeting of cake.will and be held coffee at md awarded Freeman to Betty Register Lou,Wainwrighl III. ,West of Wyoming $100 Ivory SOAP 6c CORN 4 ears 2!

;. he home of Mrs. Freeman ReglstT Carol lOcelved man) lovely glfti'rom ,I With Johnny :Mark Brown I HATH n.RCamay ,

Sr.lAliese. her thirty little guests llii Cartoon and Serial '
Sunkist Juicy Large ((360)
Assisting Mr and Mrs. E. B Payable In Small I SOAP 13c

..I Lawson Searing In serving their daughter'II Sun., :Mon., Tue. Apr. 8-10 Monthly Payments LEMONS 6 for 1 U!
guests; were Mrs A, B. Baker and REGELAP: ., D.\R -
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PAYMENTPLAN | Hostess To YWA Urs J. R. Wainwright r Canadian Pacific Lava SOAP lOc
I Fresh GreenCABBAGE

I I: I" the The home Ruth of Haines Miss Allese YWA Lawson met at Joint MeetingOf II II Also With New Jane and Wyatt Short OXYDOL large pkg. 31c lb. 4,

I Monday evening with Jot membersI WSCS MondayA : -

! Small Down Payment I I present Wed., Thur. Apr. 11. 12 DREFT, large pkg. 31c
Balance Monthly j I The short business meeting was joint meeting of the three DOUBLE FEATURE I Fresh Tender
1 called to drdor by the president circles of the Methodist WSCS war 1 LII. PACKAGE

ASK FOR DETAILS Miss Helen Haines. A motion was held In the educational building DESTINATIONMURDER SPIC'NSPAN, 24c POLE BEANS 2 Ibs.1 2
\ passed for the girls to buy washcloths Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock tc ,

and pencils for the honor new members of the society
Ye, bjr using our new Type gum Swift CLEANSER 12c
I I women In our local Jail. Miss Julia 't Mrs. Titus Olson,.president, presided (iceberg Crisp
small down
writer Club Plan a Lawson Is donating stationary and over the meeting Mrs. A. 3 1 u
will the worU'i :McKenMe, Clo- LETTUCE head
put Joyce Stanley
payment hand lotion to go with the other Wood had charge of the devotionsMrs. A&PTEAS -, -
finest portable-the All New gifts. The YW A's will go in a W. E. Middleton and Mrs: E. IrunMAMI ,

, Remington-into your born body, with their leader, Mrs. E. D. L. Matthews, program chairman : -
, now!-and you hair a fall Tenly, to present the gifts. presented Mrs. A. Z. AdRlns and "" Tender

t year to pay the balance plus a Miss Clara Thomas, program Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. Mrs. Ad- '; Jane Parkers ,Light; Fresh,
Adam &
tmall carrying: charge. So why chairman, presented "A Christian kina read "If Not We-Who Evelyn _

wait?-coma: la and test type this Board of Arbitration". The meet- Then!" taken from the World 1LB.I s'ACKAGE ANGEL FOOt
with by Mrs. Stuart Granger, Jean SimmonsAlso *Hil%
closed ;
the Ing was prayer Outlook. Mrs. Wainwright gave
; portable beauty lo-day-ur Nectar TEA xSic
the Short and Cartoon -
Tenly. "A New Day", an article from CAKE
new,exclusive: feature*-Am
During the social hour, refreshments Methodist Woman. The programwas RING
tag Miracle Tab..Fingcc fitted were served by the hostess, closed by prayer by Mrs. T MUSTARD: '& CRAY l-t LB.Nectar.

Key ..Simplified Ribbon assisted by her mother, Mr.. J. T O. Mitchell. and TEA 27c '

, Change...AND MOS.E1 If Lawson. Following the program the dif Columbia's Cowboy Comics r*r.r 9to&* ODL
: just the tight size for fasteit... The next meeting will be held l ferent circles met with their lead 1 LB. PACKAGE

best typing performance April 16 at the home of Miss Sue ers for their business meeting. MUSICAL REVUEOn Our Own TEA 87c
TRULY TUB ONLY OFFICE Biggs. During the social hour refreshments c. H.
were served by the hostesses BOX OF 48
I Our Stage

I ONAL; SIZEIBradford Beta Sigma Phi officers will Amy:Coburn Mrs. Bertha Mrs. E.Pearce.K. Ferryman Idles- ONLY THURSDAY.=" :Matinee APRIL and Night 19 DRIGGERSFURNITURE Our Own TEA BAGS 37cAll A & P Food StoreThe

CountyTELEGRAPH Installation of new Mrs. H. M Rlrharde. Miss Price Shown here (Including those
the next meeting ol Struth and Mrs. T H. Slade.
at Kate
take CO.
place 3 Performances Co.
Phi sorority. Thmcet'nc of Items not nubjfct to celling' ) areJ(1lArantol Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea
the Beta Sigma Mrs. S. Rl:: Johns, Sr. waa the Thn.lay.prll 5th
; wU: Ye held Monday eve- ADMISSION: Starke Fla. Cato ComtTmlm Coprrlskttd. 1AMAPR
nlng at 8 o'clock at the home of guest last :week of Mr and Mrs. Children, lie Adult 4$. through \ViolnwMlar, April 11th.

\ Starke Fla. I J I I11rs. Mu: il Gardnei: and Hi I a, Jacqueline 'Ceorge Hale at Swan Lake near 'j jj I If- i .. ..'I V. v..... I .
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Mr. and Mrs E F. Call and Mr. and Mrs. John MIxon and f. :Mrs! L ,1 Green and son Archie In Clrenlt/ ,'...., llradfovil Citimtr.Florida old Krumhiila, t>, <, ,udnni I I' frd''null l 'f'i ', ,,i,.)|"" ,hl1,, ,pnMi"h.'thl /
!. ( hnnrerr.i No Uft7 l- Ord.III is fi, .
I i CIIHO 'in w"" Itlj It.I
son Jimmy of Charlotte N. C daughter Dorothy Jean, of Gainesville | accompanied bF T. Abvrnathyof i ,., Thiniii. Flnlntlff A- MnHI Order Of Pnhllcel.on And Notice. 'I'.. I sin, "
were weekend, guests of Mr. and were weekend guests of Mr Graham spent Sunday in Daytona 'I I'h., n i-, |I""nrtunt., 'pp.nr MI', IH OF Kl.tHI> \ ,....' mtm' '- "ni% hnl, ,' I ,lid, .ffl,1, "I
I ('n.. 5351Order Mr, Uitii'Id 1 Kiiiiiih.il'whoK.' rildi I- al- ,starkFi. ", ., Mrs .1. H Rut h and Mr. and Mrs. and Mi- E. M. Davis Beaih with MrGreens: of PnblU-allnn snd O.'Ibtppear i n, and ,iddi.-, t- Mil: MontRolu, llt.l.UFKK, I I.
H. C. Rltrh Mis Call will be remombercil father J. W Abernathy .41'TFS 1)1" KI.OI1IHV TIM 'r'i -Ii" ," i l-i ,I l.U I n Nw York. I, ( (I.l.U.1'i : vt s i Ph n 1I aI. -,,
\tnneH ThumaM. whose reiitdon I. I ,M II' '11'1',1' ippi" .,ar on I t. i i? u "i d i in i it'
at the former Miss Pvt Bobby Turner, who Is connected ilrs I' D. Reddinh\ / and :Mrs.! JoeP. I..n kn<>nn 1r,1\ I 1'.I| ,ii "|, ihi. ,. ,IHIIIII, ili 1l t \- MM I tl<. T h-n i I I-, |I"i 'n" i 1 I. .1,
Vlvlretti- Floyd in the tiiiuhed t to nltpi'iir mi t ., Ft11k I'fimliiiTi'" 'i, I I 1" Fl.c t liln.Ativ .
formerly of Starke with heavy artillery Von love "in "M '' *\ hi 'in pi till! If r IT u
THE NEWS Tomlinaon spent Tuesday in the aliove' IUIIIH, il \ h-j I'lf ii:
IN Mil v 7. I".t. In -? I i 111,1 .ti I l i i .11"f II. Hd. for i 4i 4 irI1EAK
army Bailed recently from CampSloneman Jacksonville.In Court end. cause. wherein plaintiff .

--------- - - -------- Mrs. Lex Green attended the Calif for Korea. I..k. .dl\..shall,..-e. publish Bradford tills. CmintTelevraph Ot. il,.\: ,.... : ." T': r'L;: : : i<' MiW"; .:'. ._ :: ::", : ; .... ;.'.: .:::: : ,,'" :'1,
Delegates. to the White House Conference I tlrrult l ....rI. HrsiltorU l'o..ut .
of Perry spent the Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and, on Childhood and Youthat T. It Slade returned Monday t'l.' >rliliil In hwnt'rrf.UosnlMi Plaintiff vs In next tin'.four. mv weekly haml atMl IssuesW .HII,, HIMIIat KKV.: OTTO HICKS JR. "

p III uncle and aunt, sons spent Sunday visiting: Mr. and I the YWCA In Jacksonville Monday from a three week's business and Israel. 10: lltver I Kpxu-ln Kpsteln L>vfnt1nnt.Cn Rtarke.. Florida Ihls March II, Sunday Mte tit S P.M.: in the Absence of the Pastor
t 1061.IOFFICTAt..
O. Dansby.t Mrs. Robert Lancaster In High at a preregional planning. pleasure trip to Texas. and Call. I lrn Of I'nhltintloi.nil..,.No....'.8381Or AEATJ f A. .t. Thomas
Springs. < ..r"l As Clerk of .said Court Sermon Subject :
Mrs. fornia.
meeting. G. J. McGrlff. Sr. .\rprnr H'r I.4 <>K KLOIIIO .
of St. Petersburg accompanied Mrs. Green to Jack 1 [ Mr. Jrilt'l K KnHtvtn: w hour .. !IJ>' Myrtle T heaver. Deputy 4:1: 4t Clerk 4127 .

t i week with Mrs.tr. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis and sonville for the day. Mrs. P. S. Hutto has returnedto .tlence..l. 1171 mid. ISrsUI'I'11 fiUlriH I I.Avenue ware ,of '".1-1 -- fnuntj, Til Be Seeing You'FIRST
t South Jacksonville Irenlf Court
E. family of were In <
and Mrs. R. her home In Savannah. Ga. af New York. !. t..........,..
I R. E. Mundorf en- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs L.. Mrs. E. F. Miles spent the early ter a visit with the L. S. Hutto You are rpqtitrcit to oiimmil appear on 1'.1..1. Kleitel Plaintiff' vs, Minnie
1S5I, In the
amily birthday par- N. Pickering. The Pickerings also part of the week visiting relatives family Court]May 7.and canvherein plaintiff Of Pefendant.1'nfclleittl.m. "Case.H ....n.No.....8'IM''.!. BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton
had as their dinner guests Sun seeks divorce and restoration. ofmaiden
honoring In Macon Ga. KI.OHII TolMinnie
evening; Appear T\TM
[ Hon
CRAY; Pastor
name, and cimtody and control Is* ,
Mr. and Mrs. Garl
Mathews whose residence
day Mrs. D. 8leael! .;
lorf. Knight and of the minor rhlld HradfordCounty
i and family and Marcus Baggett. I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Long of Knight were In Jacksonville Tues Teltar: ph shall publish this 1025 IYost East UTlh Street tlronx, NewYork Bible School 10 A.M.: IJ.T.U. 7 P.M.
Q. J. McGrltf. Jr.tariff's Jacksonville spent Sunday with day visiting Mrs. H. V. Knight who Onler\ in next my four hand weekly and. official IHHUVS.VltneM nf..a1atHtnikr are reniilred. to above appeal named onIIInV' "The Church Where Visitor is An
7, 1I 8I. In the Kvtry
parents Mr. Mrs. Harry Sellers and children I Mrs. F. H. Long. I Is In St. Vincent's Hospital recuperating Florida. this April 4, 1091UKKICIAIj Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff

A Monteith I InV Harry and Tina of Brevard, N. C., from an operation. ( t As.I KAL rierk> A.itf J.Haiti'Thomas(".,,"r. (, seek dlvoree Ttrsdford. CounlvTuleirraph Honored Cuest"
"hll-h this Order
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Mrs. T. T. Long and nous Dave Bv Mvrtlft[ T. peaver. Deputy ClerkT. four shall weekly" ,UHueitvpltness ,

Smith Sr. from Monday to and Mr. and Frank I.nndrurn Sunk- h'l.irl.l.i. In* next hand 'nut .,fftelnl seit I .. .- -' '
Tom visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Curtis Akridge and \ mv : .'
: .
Atty fur I'lf 46 4t 4 27IIK .
'I Florida, thl- April 1. 19MOFFH'IAI. -
Grahamthe Thursday Mrs. Smith and Mrs at mark
t. \ H. Lloyd H. Lewis who are vacationing daughter spent the past weekend .T. ThomriKAs .
Keystone Sellers and children and Mrs. R. I 1! at Daytona Beach, over the with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. t Ir.'ult ('..nrf, llrniltford Couittlli >'. ,, ( I"I" ClerkHof snlil Court .. .rl. .
.. ,
rt .
rierkAttysi 1-- - -
club/ buffet din net Davis visited Mrs L. F. Smith ';i i weekend. D. Fallln of Cairo, Ga. While l.iuhley, T.onK. Plaintiff vKreil ,' fly Mvrtle T Denver Pepnty 416' 4t 4'J7In "

ir Ladles' Night IJ. and son, Larry Wednesday there they also visited his parents I.i.nir, Uvt.ndsnt. Can So. 8153Order for Plf -

,e Keystone Inn. I morning. ,I I Mrs. Charley E. Johns Is spending Mr. /And Mrs. S. L. Akrldge.Mrs. >l>enr 0'MI I'lihllfallnnnil\'rn or VIOIIIUV Notice Tol TM .. 6*Inrldnl Clretili. In Cottrt.(.hanrery.Floremc llrttdford. f'oittttr. REVIVAL! REVIVAL!

this week with Si-nator Johns Fred Lung wlume rrsideure In Vn- P Comber. Plaintiff \'.
1 Iin Tallahassee. Errol Alvarez returned \\ n: Wllllrtin Joseph" wither "efpndnntCase :
VIM) Hr.' 'H'g|1"1',1 tn appear on Xo S114: AT FIRST BAPTIST STARKECONTINUES
home last week from Riversidehospital :May 7. ll'M,' 1 In !hr nbove tnilmdCourt I Orden.

Mrs. C. A. Knight and her In Jacksonville\ where shehad unil ,.HUH,.. wh..I" plaintiffHeeks I! lpnpnS rl'1'1'I4! OF "''.UIII U' Tin
dt\ni rr and restoration of 'Villi..", Joseph Combei.. "h....- r*'-ldonee l- : : THRU SUNDAY
mother Mrs. Alice Shepherd are been for a checkup. mnldcn. name.' Itrndfnnt, CounlyTelemaph l I.: 341 701 h Street"" llrooklviiNe I ,

leaving today for Asheville\ N. C. In next, four six 11 w..kly pulillHli li *unsWttnctn thin. Order I "- TorktYou : required. to appear on :Messages by (the Pastor Rev Lewis. I 1). Mines,

to visit Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mor- Mrs. Ruth Johnson and son Er- my hand find offh lal. seal | May 7,are ICRI, In the above us m.dCourt
(Dedicated To Community Service I| rtHS for a few days. nest and Mrs D. E. Johnson have nt Hnirko. Klorlda. thin April i, 11151. and muse, wherein plaintiffsesks At 11 O'clock'i'IIO IS ON: THE LORD'S SIDE(;?
1 KiAIA: J. ThoniH"" ,
"Movies Ar Better Than Ever" I moved back to Starke from OFFICIAL divorce. llradfoM CountyTeleirraph
AH Clerk of Mild Court ship publish, 'lhl Order
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody and Orange Park. They are occupying) Tty Mvitl*. T leaver) l>epnty Clerk I In next "four weekly IssuesVltnesa I-ht-ninj'nt: 7:15: I;) : THE CLOSED: DOOR
the Crews rental house Carlos l 1C Harper 204 W. 1'nivernityAV.nile h'tnd and official seal)
7 ONLY Sun., Mon. Apr. 8, 9 children of Lake Butler were Sunday adjoiningthe ('alnrHVllle, Flurkla.AttI. \ mv
FEATURE. guests of Mr. and Mrs. XV. T. Woman's Club. Ruth will continue '' for I'lf 4 8 ; to work at the Jacksonville\ \ As Cleric of mild Court
Dqk Jackson and The Jacksons .
EXCITEMENT. Soft NAS In < I..'".. I ,"iirl. llemldird. ( mini*.1 llv :Mvilte' T. l p"eaM'i r. ,Ihl'pn| 1\ ClerkAttys. .
LING commuting day.
... die and their guests enjoyed a fish sup every lorliliti. Johnxon lit 4 hnitrerr.KranreN Matt. I'lulntlff, vx ,, fur I'lf.\ 4641 47: Ho one of ;)00)()( in Sunday School !H: !Li:>> and one of 200 in
In their
w.il'.rn wildcat, per yard.
moue Friends will be interested to llollls hurt lieffiiduntC"a In Iretilt f..url ilrndfnrd ftiitllly. Training Union at 6:15: I
ihrooloullawt a e N'o 1 .. hnneer ,
| Sun,.'. cut- l>'l rUlni In >
Mrs. J. R. Kite, a delegate from know that Lt. Col. T. T. Long Is Of INihlli-ntlon' \>ilutlre '1'otpnear Huliln. llerxhkiiwlla, T'lalntlff, v.
.. . ... .
in a whirlwind the States after his ert'I'F: 0. | ()lllll\ Tot IlershluWhsTiefeuIanl, ''' -" -- '
Bradford County Is! attending the returning to Mr llnltlo llnrt whose rottldence and 1I"lha .'"... No !811111: : : _. : ..:: II:' :"f : ,
action winner Tuberculosis and ,Health i Conference tour of duty In Germany adrtre Ix. linn \Vllllama Street Order. of tkiiMleatl...n %ml ,4 0...l> '!'..

In West Palm Beach
day and Friday, this week. Mra. Mayme Toomey and daughter May. : t. 1551, In the mover mimed" resilience nerd address Is': RUft. A"n 1-
yS I Mrs. Ruth T. Topplns. were XV>urt and cause, uliereln. plulntlffaeekN boy Street, llrooklyn, New Yolk Ill'atlfortlll"im County Residents :
visiting In LAke City and White dlvorip. SOIl cuntnrlv and eontrnl You are required. to appear on
x For prliitn jou Mill l he proud to of minor, child Hrailford, CountyTelfr Muv 7, IvRI In the abovti num.-d

aISR Aany.kwLlnI show your friend Bring us jour Springs last Sunday. TleXt> ; I'fllllr nliall weekly pnl' >1 llih iHHtlfNAVItnKH thin. OlderIII Court teaks and dlvor anise, lltadford herein plaintiff(',''"111', 'I'ake''our Cares to Church Sunday Millions: Lea\c \

I \lm Iv'eHi and "Mouse's Gardi>i>"I films fur \eloping l and print inv, hand" And offf,'till I oal I Teleirrnplt' shall publish thin (llntfi. Them There! I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Braden of
Cartoon. Ing. H lluooil rimto and Jeurlry. at Klaike, Florida, thin April 4, tllr.1.l In next foul weekly UnlieaWitness ,
I I Jacksonville were visiting here OFFICIAL SI.1.\Id: A. J. Thomas, mY band and off), 1,1"t, '
last with Errol Alvarez Ad Clerk of said Court at Htnrke. Florida 'thin API'II r.. It'MftlKFlCtAL 10 A.M.: Sunday School ;
Tues., Wed. Apr. 10, 11 i Mrs. Minnie E. Hnzen of Brook. Friday Rv y.II"[ T. ""HV"". linputv" clerk !HMAI! ) A..I. ThntiasAs : .
y I and family. They were accompanied '1'. Frank Stalke, FloililaAttyH sold. 1'nurl1lv j
er visited,. her sons M. [0'. Hazen T.nndrllm." Clerk of 7:00: ) ) P.M. Christian Personality Training ji
'' bAck by Mrs. Braden's sister for I'lf 4'6' U 4 27 i Mvrtl T I'euviM., liepntx\ Clerk
and V. V. 11 a/.en and families last I T. Frank nnilrum, tftarke. Florida' i
I '
PENN I week. Miss Myrtle Reddish. who had 0'l'1C .1 Attys for I'lf 4'e' l 41 427' )
CRROL been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Laura To'otleo IH h,'lhv seven that 1hiinderHiiriuMl 11 Kill A.M.: San: P.M.:
1 OLIVIA I Is enKaned. In hiiHlnettHnniler Itt Clreiilt. 4 ...... Itradford ttMinl j
Mr. and Mrs. Don Patl'ay.re Johns lhi> flcllllntiif, mime of 1 Pinrke Klitrlilni In 4 linneerr.John (iiieint I'rem, .her April H Gwent l'I'f'IU'h..r
>*,' : 'DeHAVIllANO i fultdi-rH/ snppllefi. nt WanhliiHtonSt. (Carl I'liilntlff, v. Marie, ,Carl\, Guest I'N'at'h"r April 15 Guest 1'.Reoh. ,
1 Iin Lake City visiting friends last .. Stnrke. lltiiilfrd I County Fliu'Ida,, Defendant Case No. Ii:\1114
Interested to
will be
Friends \ :
; : : idol ::: .. "lotniiene .... 1'.1
lid'51.11. 1. ,
Friday. and InteiulM tn reKlKter sold lltlfniN Or'I..r I'lihllenllon % Tim I'rlor Qucsdou'-.test' '' 2": "If Snu're ,
know that K. J. Dowllng, Sr., who nilnii" III the I ..true of Clerk of. the l'\lll OF KI.OHIIH '1'.., "
ANN SHERIDAN I was taken to Riverside Hospital cireult (" 0\1\ ,.r niiulfiird, Coiinn.FlcirUla .. \I''r.. Marie Curl tvhose. residence, and .1 t'.II''r"tlll-
Miss Joan Carpenter was the .... acldrees Is' Hollte 3. I tux 7, And r.w's,
Ii several! days ago Is now somewhat Catl Johnx Hole .owner Htaike, Fla. Houlh: CarolltiiiYou
of her fiances Mr.
i guest parents Improved. 4841 1 27Mil : are required In npiienr "nMtfV Im\'I\'AI.l'lm.\'III: (; MISSION: ,\prIl21!) thru :May ,t
and Mrs. R. B. Myers In Charleston 7, Ittlit In Ibe ahoy* nam"il

S. C. over the weekend. of St. '14 .1 Court and pause, wherein plaintiffseeka The Rev. John C. Sims formerly of Miami Riverside
Mrs C. S. McCornack Nnllep I. tirtchy given of Intention divorce llradford l ountvTeleirrapti ,
ND- Also News and "Jerry Void| Hsir Charles III. and Mrs. R. T. Bell tn npplv fin,' .lu..nl I or Hpeelal lerlf- shall publish, I IIi Is Older Guest; Preaclur
:Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland anddaughter. hit Ion at the IH51 Nennlon of I lie In next four weekly "liNiiesltness '
Cartoon. of Skokie 111. are guests of John I.(>Bli>liililiinf. the 1 State of Klnrlditbv \\' my hand, and official seal
Kay, spent Saturdayand Uglow and.Mrs. Chas Ward.. w'hleh the city eouncll of the t .at Htnrke" Floi. 'Ida, thin April 4, 10.11 (;Worshipers Always Welcome
I Thur. Fri. Apr. 12 13 Sunday with their soninlawand City t of: Htaike: will' tin authorlst'lto (OKKICIAI.. HKAI.: > A. .1. Thomas,
Clerk of sold, Court,
expend I mini of money not olhtM I As
.....a ''iiiil iiiii--iiii daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and wi. hiidireli'd rir '.|.<1ited., for the I fly Mvrlle T. Heaver. l eputv Clerk LAKE BUTLER BAPTIST CHURCH
Dwight Marshall and family InApalachlc returned from pnrpoiti if advertlHlriK the adantairM '1'. Frank I.andl, 'un. ., Klatke, FloridaI
I i iMPHi18V Mrs J. W. Klncaid and fin 111I..... of said olty.Citrl I Attys. for IMF Ole 4t 4137 .
la. Tampa last week. Friends of Mr. John., ('It' Clerk ___ ----::-::- -:-_::- '-- '::" ---- =-- --- --::-:-:::----- --- _::..--:---=-
= Durdert will\ \ regret to hear that he 4 8 41 427'' In (Irrult Court llradfiiril. rtiunlrI I
;} .
Bruce Mathews student at U. I lorlilat In 4 haiteeey.I.MHX
a Is still seriously 111. Mr. Durden .j, ,, V ITI'F 7 ,lloldxteln.. flalntlff, VII. Ken
of V spent the weekend with his had been hospitalized In Tampafor Xotlre la hereby urlVen, of Intention trite tloldsteln. llufendant.CIIHII. I
I BARRY "' Ak, rson parents. Mr. and Mrs. Garl! Mathews tn apply for loral. or special1nlF.lutlon No, K1H3
STIFLE --. .j.- 'r several weeks. i at the \HIM/ Heimlon of Order. Of Publication And Mix Ice '1'.. OFFICE SIJIJPllEt
bREfAIG Nt ;t', .WARNER BROSit the eclMlatur of the !State. of Florl. 1 Appear M r \ I'rl I>F FlOIIIItt TolMrs
fan \'e. Superman" IRES_ da hy whlrh the fltv cminrll of the lleatrlce. noldsteln. whose resi
Mrs T. D. Dyal of Brooker was Pity of Hlark will tie authorisedtn eI..n.lncl address Is: D41 FllllIXIreel "
i\ixl by the Hell" Aim "Poor Little Butterfly" Car-I Mrs. H. H. Adams and baby son, the weekend guest of her brother eontrlhnla sums of money not I I Ilronx. New York'
Mark William returned home Sun- Mr. and, Mrs iilherwlae bliriiteted\ pledged\ to Ih. Yon are required to appear. nnMay
tn. day from St. Vincent's hospital and sister-in-law rltv-ronntv' health unit or otherpublic 7, IfMI I. In the above named Carbon Paper
E. J. Dowllng Sr. 1 health proa-rams Court and. cause, wherein plaintiff 3p ,e t0)
Mrs. Adams also underwent an appendectomy Carl John. City Clerk seeks divorce and other relief llrnd, + e
while in the hospital. 4 1 41 4127 ford. County Telegraph shall.. publish '
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent this Order In next four weekly '... ,3p Pencils

Tuesday In Jacksonville. art Hfrndford sues 'I
Elvin D. Casey Is home on a IS County Florida April 8 Wltneas, my hand and\ official. seal
IHM at Hlarke' this April. 4, 11)61OFFICIAL -
day convalescent leave from Camp 12 Ft. Gold Real Congolroni andArmstrong NOTir-K IH IIFTIERV1 fl'VFN that ( "i: tl:1: A. Thomaii. O I
Plckett Va. He Is visiting his I ntirffnant to eftlon 0 of Chanter As Clerk of sabt Court
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey, Quaker Linoleum at 1829B, T.awi. of Florid At. or 1917. nv Myrtle[ T heaver, lieputv ClerkT ,
Office Supplies parents Hurt Furniture Co. known an th.'It.Ttf.TI ACT the Frank [Lnnrtrum Hlaike, Florida Desk Pens 1 1p
and friends in Hawthorne. rnllowlnv' devrlhed Inn4n' Ttitd Ally, for PH. 418 4t 4137
e ford Poiinty. Florida, ivlll l>. offered .
I Mrs. C. H. Quick left Monday for sale nnhll' ot.t..-v f ,e the In Ircult Court. llradforil. < ountrlli Fine PapersRibbons
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Connor of .I..h. .,
with her hlnnnst -* < i-n hid. snhlnet rl lai In 4 nnneerr* j
for visit son
Jacksonville and Mrs. Lizzie Con tn the rlirh" of the 'Teu*..eit nf .the lleltle. K YOIIH. Plaintiff vs Unnnldt Desk Calendar Stands
Harry in Washington D. C. and Internal fmoro"p".nt Fin or, 1'-- Vims. Defendant, Case N'o. 380(
nor of Odum Ga. were Sunday to attend the Cherry!' Blossom tart any and all bioiI"" rmir' 0..1.... Of Hitkllcatlon "iolnllre. '1'.. 50 O
guests of Mr and Mrs. T. L. Casey house herlnnlnir at ifl-nn nVlork A. tppear "') ITIl OF Klolllllt TotJional.l cup
Festival. M. on the 7,4s.'e Mnv 1'\1 Outside I. Yntis. whose reslditnee Is:
of mnnlelpalltleik' eai,*"tnent for 2(13H( ... inn bus r.I. Hbreveport.: I....: _i :_ Paper Holts
Mrs. Junius Smith and daughter. You are required to appear on
weekend mel right of way SOB feet Me\
Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent
IHftl In the above named
May 7 J.
Miss Joan Carpenter aresptlIdlnll' will he reserved from any nareelthrniiarh )
In Jacksonville with her son whliit there l tu an e-l-tln.. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Desk Calendar Pads Forms I
this week with Mr. and relief llrailfnrd Legal
and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs state( rnad A. to aH lands tots to seeks illvorra and other -
Mrs. G. K. Bennett In Palm Beach. "np-hnlf of all petroleum\ sod three. County Teleirraph. shall pit 1.llnh
Tillman Hutto. In next four weekly Is. 59cup
: fourths (tf other mlne nln. will *e reserved this Order
All flsalnnalile material I Isriewrlptlort sues Acct. Books
Mrs. Herbert Green Witness my hand. anil official' seal *
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastaln BRr TWP nOT3 AC I at Hlitrke, Florida this April 4, I DM.OFKJCIAF. -C-
Mrs J. H. Fields and son Charles, and children of Hampton were Tot 1, 2 or NRC4h ( $.CMI.) [ ) A, .I. Thomas, Filing Needs
Ret 1951 refills .
and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green Po.'n' "VIo\ As Clerk of sal l Court now
Bok Towet Sunday guests of the Dewey War- '" Tat 8 of SH'S' It 8UP./ 2410 Hy Myrtle '1'. Heaver, liepnty clerkCharlen .
spent Sunday visiting rens. Trustees. of the Tntprnslm.- It. Mess, 804-Ori Iiiaranty
i and the Cypress Gardens. ..rirovement Fund of the Slate of Life tliilldlnsr, Jacksonville, Florida.Attys. .
.. Florida.Tly tor rir 414'' n 4127 Bradford County Telegraph
You'll Mr and Mrs Albert Lee of A, J. Thoma-. Agent Trustees
Say. .. .. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Mr. Stnrke and Mr. and Mrs. Murphy 1. I. Fund. In I bent'no.4.. llrndforil olistl,
Bill Tllley and son Pradfl' i rd runlv' 5"Inr1lsl I la I hnneerr.Inirrlir .
"The best-writing and Mrs. Smith of Baldwin spent Sunday In It 414 Krunihi, I'lnlntlff v liar

fountain pen I Steve, spent the weekend visitingthe St. Augustine where they witnessed [ .--- .- I
son-in-law and daughter I r
Sapp's and In
ever used. Gary Cooper company
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berry in
the filming a picture.

AD ONLY 2.00 Dillon, S. C. Attending the annual Silver Tea I

12 FL Gold Si'ttl Congoleuni Linoleum and al given by the Auxiliary of the Epis- DON'T! GAMBLE ." >, /

POINTS REPLACEABLEFOR Armstrong lURker copal Church In Melrose Wednesday f y.r
Hart furniture Co.
ONLY' 35c were: Mrs. R. J. Davis. Mrs.

Edward Burns Mrs. Charles Futch .
A Wide Variety Of PointsTo Mrs. Virgie Avery of Humbolt Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. Herbert -

Suit Every Taste Neb., a winter guests at Nollman'sTourist Thomas Mrs. Nell\ Beavers

Court had, as her guests W. N. North. .
and Mrs.
last week Mr and Mrs. James Tire Mileage j

Wyatt and Mrs. Helen Douty of Mr. and Mra. Richard Roy mov-i on :

New Castle Dcla. and Mrs. Mary I ed last week from the Molttapartment

Ford and Mrs. Bernice Harris of to Gay's apartment on t.:

Wilmington Dela. Mr. Avery and I W. Madison Street. See us about putting

her Clients spent the early partof

""'!. last week touring South Flori. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Miss wearing NEW. \

.... qv.... eII da. Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie Bitch long I

..1 toured through Northwest Florida
Mr. and, Mrs. J. K. Douglas Thursday of last week. "i :

twl spent_Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I

r H. C. Douglas In Brooker. Mrs. W. J. Chandler was hostessto GOODEARe

the Canasta Club Tuesday evening -

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Miss la addition\ to the regular )

Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie club members she had as her ,
th Ritch spent Wednesday In Jacksonville guest Mrs. Flo Frederlckson of

visiting Dr. and Mrs.. C. C. Keystone. I TIRES
T. O
Mendoza and Dr. and Mrs.

Bitch Mr. Titus Olson returned Monday 1 RememberlEvery )
from Olmsted III. where she. I ,

Mrs W. J. Epperson Jr. and! visited her mother! ,. Mrs. George that need on your car todayIn r new
visited Mrs. Goodyear Tire
Brown you li ,
Mrs. It. C. Llll I ley, for two weeks. I
0 ROMOERED iOIIITS Glen Duke In the Alachua Hospital i/at deserve a high

Gainesville Monday Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McCall of I these critical times, practical-minded people naturally want the best iI-I qualify new Good.

Gardner and Mrs. Jacqueline Ga. weekend!' guestsof big mileage high quality year tube to give
Mural Duke' Valdosta were BUY THE BEST! And when it comes to tires, they buy ,
also visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New ome. you the mott in long
Moorer It will to
&tetoohe1NIM'rouif Tuesday evening. Goodyear Remember, if we don't have your size today, pay you trouble-free mileage.

Dennis Mathews of Neptune wait for new Goodyear the very BESTI!

'OU"fA/f nn Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree, accompanied Beach spent the weekend with his
and Mrs. L. A. Carl - -,
Rev. Mrs. '
by grandparents Mr. and .'
FOR SALE AT Shepherd of the State Farm left Mathews '

Tuesday for a two weeks' visit SERVICE CENTER STATIONSKKHKK

in Burbank, Calif. Call and son
Bradford County with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Exley
Jim of Charlotte. N C. and Mr. .I : (;JOODMAN)

Telegraph I Mr. Jewett Fogg and for baby St. and Mrs.! J. H. Retch of Kingsley 1 hone 206 U. S. 301 at South City Limits Starke Fla.

!, Mary. left Wednesday Lake were Monday evening dinner .. . -. .. -, .,
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Fogg and Mrs T J. Griffin ,.. ,
I Paul. Minn to visit Mrs. guest of Mr. .- .-.-. .

11 mother for a month. and Mrs. Carrie Retch I I

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Notice <
Publication And I 1'.1"11'1'111.
and causa wherein plalntlfl:! Order 01" KIOIIII Tai In ni'xr I"Willi.
PAGE SIX ourt soul iluUe. wherein plaintiffs Court car, custody and con. Appear !TI'H residence U2BIIB I ,
i whose
seeks divorce Nolan
. of who In bingo won aplastid dlvoKf. Itradford CountyT. children. BrndtorilCounty Harry L. .. ..
the moat Chapman kn Order trol (,f the minor Northern "o..l.yarll.fanha. at Hla.. .
way thin
aa though that Is Easter that was filled .'l"Kinph xhHll publish Telegraph shall publish thli New York: tall.OFFI.
egg .
... .It. Long
.k IHBUM.Wltticae IssuesWllnws
Iy ,
I I learn. In n. xl four "' .. In next four weekly on ( ('
us Order to
W. N. North official al '. required "
FARMER'SDIARY with sachet and Mra. my hand and hand and official I sea Y..U' "1' namedCourt
March 2d, my *mi In the above
.was a box ol Murkr. Kloilda this Florida, this March S4'OFFICIAL April 23rd. TlyiThis
U com whose low prize it. at Htnrke andau' "e, wherein plaintiff I
Alice'* kitchen garden candies 19a.: A. T. Thomn", Thomas. ,. divorce Bradford County .
has the Easter (OKFlCIAt SEAT.) SEAl) A. J. -kt
ing along fine now. She As Clerk of maul Court Clerk of said Court !
had AS --- -- -
following growing: onions English Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wallace Hy Mvrlle T T'eaver. Deputy ClerkChun. Myrtle T. IJeaver, .Deputy Clerk
I Mr It. hess 204-05) Uuiirunty Lint> By 830 4t 430;
Sam :McGarvey p..as. cabbage turnips asparagus aa their guests Easier Day II hill JapkHiinvlllv.I Florida. _
By red tomatoes. white Wells Mrs. Isabel for Plf. also 4t 4.20 Court of .... SI I.
I rhubarb i and Mrs. H. A. I Alt' In The Circuit .

I The author will be glad to rerplvo tomatoes, yellow tomatoes kohl Edwards and Misses Joan and In CircuIt Court, llrniiroril Countr.r'lurlilnl .. Jiidlclnl Flitrliln.. (Irrnlt.In (....n.llrniltord...). County

Items of kl-t..d concernIng rabt wax bean, green beans Nancy Mynlhan and Mary Welli llovlMl.In ('.hnneerr.Plaintiff.) v.. JOMphlne JKllvlo Laura McTlnue McTIgh also known Plaintiff ai

the activities of farmer la Fordhooka, butter beans parsley of Jacksonville.Pvt. II.VI..I. d.ndRot.: Laura Chadwlck Estate of Thomas I' Me

Bradford County. Suggvntlonn maybe garlic. beets spinach, lettuce, endive Jimmie Godwin left Sunduj Publication. .1'"d...;%No...tlc.$54tiuI.r ToApuenr Tlvhe VII. The, deceased and Josephine. Bennett -
left at the Telegraph office or I broccoli, radishes and for Panama City. where he Is noY, ST\TH tuF" ."..(..IIU' ToiJonephlne McTlirhe of Publlt-nllon Defendant.Ortler Notlr* to AP'penr -
mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey.Florida. I keeps ui KovUil whose nold..n..eI.
mustard This garden will
having Verona, TelWlliIam
stationed, after MunUcchla di Cro ara, repre.1.
ol : personal
good variety Ryan, F..q.
well supplied< In a his parents Mr. and Mrs.!! Johi Italy: of the Estate of Thomal
and Is one of the real required' appear on tentative Street Newark .
Saturday You are Broad
Friday. .hO J\lcTlah.. le60
since nameult'ourt .
Godwin P.
L Above .
161, In Ben
after a long time of taing with his pants hanging down. benefits of living in the country. evening Mr. and Mrs. Godwin en Apt 11 SO and cause, wherein plalntlflHeeka New McTlarhe Jersey., Apartment and Josephine I>-1, 170.;<. Weeks' SAVING
Well 1 S S S SC family dinner li nlvorre. HrHilford County nett Asbury Park N... SPEC!
tertalned at a this Older Webb Street
acting shall publish
planning and finally I litter this past when the broccoli field wag TeleK-raph
Henrietta had her Just honor of Pvt. Godwin their out-of next four weekly tinmen.Wltneea Jersey: hereto
we at last got our Roadatand or 1 week earlier than we expected and In full production and kept ui town guests on that occasion being my hand and official Heal notified You and that each Will of In the yoi.Nitturaof Cr. I

Roadside Market started. It la not although she had only seven they busy trying to keep up with It, ths Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fleming an et Htarke. Florida, thla Starch 211, Bill of Review i ha* been seeking filed to In th.ei SALT Mortons 2 for

completed yet. 1 but are big pigs and if we can rain Comfort their Martin of Orlando.Mr. .ViFKICIAtj BKAI.) .A. J. Thomas,, above styled routes and declare null an c -
t)y any means two heifers, Early and son, Aa Clerk of said ('ourtJly aside, vacate that certain ,
tled. We hop effect
to display] them .we will be aatl Vance Geiger and Heaver, Deputy ClerkWlllliini void and of no
Mrs. T. en.
have a place out by jumping and Myrtle decree heretofore
at least we decided to help us and
we have DOW Sill Clark Elilldtnir. I Judgment
raise out the pigs D. MoiKaii Case No
to In
our vegetables and a drivewaythat .0 off corn and pet I low fence and grazing it down. ,Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bradley am Jacksonville, Florida.Attya. tered on May 2405.4th 8th, 1944 Judicial CircuitiIrdfiird I VANILLA EXTRACT
and by hogging Gloria Jean 'I30 4t cars can be stopped off I the how big we can As w. have as much as well' needIn their little daughter' for W-, County. Florida whereli
want to see Plaintiff
results i are nuts have to all of Jacksonville were visitors of:: Coonty,. Thomas P. McTlgb". wsn the .
and we llradford
far ( .u.t.
so then the deep-freeze (Irriilt the Ue.fendnnt
ghway. The reason we get tbem before we take our field corn and peanuts Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Saturday t In'l..rllni In (..."......,. Vnd Laura and you MoTlnhe.are required to !
encouraging. get LanutiertPislultiff. ,
quite off to market. WaBhlnulon' I to 'he OLEO Best Grade colored
started the Roadatand la that there S S planted anyhow we let them grazeIt night and Sunday. \ VH Iioruthy Allenu l...imb.t serve A Htilt.copy upon of your Morris O. Warner, ,

Is always a demand for fresh Planted right field In sweet corn and they got a lot of good feed Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Strlngfellow Defendant. ('n... NoKrdrr 83H within I KH'I. rinllcltor for I'lulntlff, un Klorldi tin. v

that taste ever so much that way. And thus ended our Easter Sunday with Mr. am Publication Colt > spent of .
better vegetables than those usually sold and and cowpcas (every fifth row wit;) first attempt to raise broccoli, but Mrs. Bob Barkley In Jacksonville \ Allone..rlt:1aun III"bu-rt."" ,.wlu"U,J Be) V reBdence IiII |-. and the rurk file the rif the orlirlnal Court on or befonh. GRITS 5 lb. Jim Dandy J

in I this Planted In this way because In the .week Mrs I Ixirothy 0h day of April. J951. other ,
that by selling our produce we think we'll try it again During the past and addreeit In. : Unknown: allegations of Bald BUI olCompliilnt !
are able to get a much the tractor we need a low crop 110 fall. Lloyd Suggs and her little daughter .. You are reiiulred ti.> appear| named on wise 'the will b. taken a* confess,.

way better we price than If we sold whole. that we can dust and harvesl '. S Linda have moved to Starki, \ Court April SI anil). 1961 CIIUHD, In, wherein th above plaintifftieeka ed by you. Stark, Florida and wit. I FLOUR 25 Ik Yellow Rose Ii
aale at the market or to retail Corn :was very slow In coming up; Planted a bag of Irish potatoes where they have an apartment or I Telea-raph divorce.shah publlah liradforri thin Order ness Dated mv hand and official seal ai ,

If the Koadstand Is succe lot of help from for our own use. Sum la against North Walnut street. Until ther next 'four weekly lemie Clerk ef snld Court, this 26th daj
stores. correcting I the (although It had a to ralie potatoes for market had been here with Mr. and I In NVItneaa my hand ami official peal I of March, 1961.CIUlTIT .
be trying Sides
decided they BRAL. Smoked lb.
ful then We field larks) and just when we at "Starke' {o'lorld"'bIll March :ti ( COURT Court c BACON J
MrSugga' aW
buy. it doesn't sense following Clerk of
altuatlon whereby tile farmer to replant we found that we< because I Mrs. John Godwin p ni. A. J. Thomas, As 3:30: 4t 4120 ,
retail and sells wholesale Ci>f fair stand and that we to him to try to compete with the enlistment. .OFFIC1AI SKAT Clerk) A.of J.Raid Thomas.As Co..tDy .
had a --
course It t is not at all practical be Just as well off If we. Hastings ares where they do the Mrs. George Managua and her Myrtle T. Peaver. Ix-puty Clint -- NOTIOn th 4 lb. ,j
that LARD
for all farmers to sell retail but let might matters be. We atarted tc raising mechanically and can maki baby daughter Christine were T. Frank for J-nnclrum l-if. Starke alao:, Florida 4t 4120 undersigned Notice Is Is e ':r..Iitv'n: buslnesitinder I carton !

we do .wonder why If they have to I the skips by hand but 1 It a good profit at a fairly low price. luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs Attya. --- th* fictitious nam of lluTavern .

wholesale why they cannot buy plant time tha And then to tell the truth. potatoes Thursday of In Circuit Court. llrndfnrd Cnunlr, at East Tenth St.. ,and 2ttarkeIlradfovd In. i
sell much Florida
1 took so doggone W. G. Strlngfcllow I SIrI.in. ... ('haacerv.FMIth County 2 '.
the same way? But then we i anew we had to stop. Still want to d< are too darned heavy to lug last week. J. ,'nv". Plaintiff, VH.. James tends In to the register office of Bald Clerk flctltlouinnm of the I pkgs. ] I
to like him
lot bean-pole Defendant.
around for a ,
and have a A. Siavo .
farmers solid we car and 8344 Bradford County
It though as the more S. Easter: Day guests of Mr. Case No. rircult Court of

learn. get the field the more feed at lean Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell were' Mrs. J (Order Of Publication. Anil Votlre: Totlipenr Florida. RtarkeE'la. 1
man Sam and One bright pot now Is our run .. .'\ 'lr: .>K. KI.OIIIHV TutJamea C:'. II. SlHtrunk: sol owner I
As an ex-advertising there will be for the calves B. Caldwell Mrs. Charles Luffman A. Hcavo whose residence also! 4t 412(1In 5JELLY,21b.jar :

knows the power of. advertising the hogs.Also ner patch. We set it out on new and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Furr in.l ituidress. In: Unknown "oa--; ..dfo.d Count', !
on tlrcul (
simply I th'! and it Is doing fine. We los required to appear
Is boiled down S C land You are .
which S and their little daughter Donna 30, 1! 61. In the above named I Klorldnt In t'hnnervr.Willie
" process of letting folks know what planted 20 Iba. of snap some plants because the gilts got Sue of Ocala. Court\P unil cause wherein plaintiffneeka MclClroy, Plaintiff va. Fannl I TOMATOES 2 cans :\.'.
have to offer. Consequently we fertilized and In and rooted some up but the divorce and cuHtody and control I 1'. .McElroy, Defendant.Case No. 432Ordrr "
you beans and hilled up, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. 'F. Mc. of minor child. Bradford County
Horn electric fence cured them of that. And Notice t.i iApuenr
a sign advertising time. Our Telrirraph shall pukllKli this Order Of Publication
put up at the same
the hlghrvi planted The use of an electric fence for Lcndon had as their visitors Mr In next four weekly luRuea. "MTtriO" nv VI.OII.II1'01.
Grown Vegetables up planter was not working proper. I Cogtilll and their \\Itnetia my hand and official seal Fannie P. McElroy, whose reeldennIK COCOA Herseys
and Mrs. Loy i
the reo In -temporarily Atlanta i, -
from our Roadstand and poor stand and fencing a patch it Stark, Florida, this March 28, 240 Cornier Street ,
Iy and we got a little daughter Jeanie, of Knoxvllle ,
immedlatIjr. the Georo-la:
felt almost fertilizer seems to be exactly right way lulL
suits were It looks as though the and their host .OFFICIAL SRAI.) A. J. Thomas You are required to appear 01 .
Incidentally after making the of the seed. Going tt to use it, as' It is tardy easy to Tennessee Aa Clerk: nf said Court April 23rd 1961. in the above nameiCourt
why It cOllIS mrt some erect and take down. Wayne Cogdill of Gainesville and Dy Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk and cause, wherein plnlntlfseekfl SUGAR Confectioners 1ClaMxr 1:
appreciate that wan Count I
we so Bradford ]
sign made. ry to fix our planter 'S. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McDonell and Prank' t.nndrum, Starke. Florida I divorce. ,
this OrfleiIn
what It does to have one set out fertilizer in a band Itt alit 4t 4,20, Telegraph shall rinbliBh .
it takes material and a lot of to the sldo of the Hope we don't put the "hex" on their SO1'oC Tampa. I 1--- next four weekly and IsmieH.Wltnena official seaut
as about two Inches ..."- Countr my hnnd
little busl. them but our calves Mr. and Mrs. William Hubrecht, March 20th Girl Plo
time. Anyway, another seed and think that if we can dc by saying so. '' Htarkt, Florida, this
been added to the one: tc are doing fine. Comfort for example Jr. of Ackley Iowa and their son liorothv Kdrnnnclaon: Plaintiff, va. 1951. Powder 9c CHERRIES ,
neBS has hut that it wail be all right Edniondson Defendant. IOFFICIVL SRAt) A. J. ThomBK Baking
million or so In this countryours
and it is an exciting ad.< line.plant But until we do, we will putout next month and one of our neighbors leave from Germany arriving tinier Appear Of"OTA'I'I'l,Publication UK hl And, KIII\Vnllce ToiJituien To By Haven, Crosby, Deputy 8123' 4t Clerl 411: Western Ib Peter Pan

lot of extra work. of estimated her weight at about Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. O. re.ld..noeh
venture If a the fertilizer about a week KdmondMon. Whose PORK RIBS 39c Peanut ButteiHAVE !
nradforil County -
500 Ibs. And it doesn't seem possible F. Hubrecht. : Main Street Farmlngrdale' New In Circuit Court .
ten clays ahead of planting. Klorldnl. In C hnncerr.Anna
Saw a fine litter of registered S S but at today's price that I Following their day with' Mr. York You: are required to appear on Nolan Plaintiff vs. Hnrrv I.

China pigs belongIng that the heifer would bringa April 30 1951, In the above named Nolan Defendant.. Cane No. 8321 -
Poland which means LaCrosse
Spotted Set out COO tomato plants and Mrs. D. L. Shaw in .
to Gene Eunice. They are I we had raised on land that had very fancy price. But that Is .last Thursday Mrs. P. S. Crews "

really good pigs and show the r< been fertilized about a week ahea also why steak and other beef is and Mrs. C. D. Sellers were ac.

suits of breeding and an oppoi of time. But we lost the plant so high In the butcher shop. companied home by their mother

tunlty for some one to get Marte! due to a light frost wind, heav:; S S I Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburndalewho I

in raising good hogs as they are rain or perhaps the fertilizer burned Getting 30 to 40 eggs dally from I is visiting relatives in several!

for sale.Torky's becoming our flock: of about 50 hens and we section. Mrs. Mallory
up the roots. Think we are I towns! in this
a S better farmers, for we took] are well satisfied with that pro Thomas of Starke and little Emma

litter has been on their 1 the loss without moaning and duction. But we .want to get an- Lou Rivers went to Lacrosse with .. c ..t
since she up and deseri 1 other flock going and think that it
, own ever groaning as a part of a farmer' I Mrs. Crews and Mrs. Sellers.
, the of four weekDon't :I. will be and easier for UI
ed them age to cutworms -
life. We did lose some Mrs. H. O. Bates, Jr. and her
know what possessed the that Wf to buy started chicks (at 3-1 "
and have decided son Robert. returned to theu ., '
sow but she broke out and got o r1 will never again set out plants)tin' 'I weeks) than to b* y day old chicks home, In St. Petersburg Sunday "- Ace.

the highway repeatedly, we had I to[ bait. We think so for by1 the time we
less we also set out poison after having been guests of Mr
shut her up and decided to let the C S S ,, pay for feed electricity for the- and Mrs. H. O. Bates 3rd since M

pigs stay where they were o r1 Bought 1.000 more tomato plant brooder and lose some we bejleve Thursday.or ,

pasture. Of course it hurt the pig bal that you can come out. about
to be shut off from milk and w e and and set they them seem out to be coming along even and less work. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews hadas

have two runts In the nine. Bu Dlth- 1 C S S their dinner guests at noon last

the males have been fixed. and all fine ane so which far. we But must we got spray some on thi I Busted a spool on the harrow Wednesday Mrs. Bessie Green of

of them double treated and we are protection against and was pleased to find that parts Live Oak.
plants as a
trying to keep them on full feed to blight. We have no yet been sue. I for( it were quite Inexpensive. In Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman

get them growing. Scrapple the cessful In raising tomatoes am I fact the part cost only $2.35 and wen visitors of Mr. and Mrs

pig which we raised on a bottle, think that by dusting or spraying we put it on ourselves. All of Robert S. Chapman in Orlandc

Is doing fine and Is oa fat as 'i a control disease and Insects I which reminds us that In buyln from Friday until Sunday.
we can
tick, and looks like a little fat boy; for we really like to a tractor you are also buying set
I Hope so In Circuit. Court, llrmlferil .Count;).
"-- matoes. That Is easy to see, for iMi vice, and the tractor Is no better Klurldni. In I.hnncerrliHutrloe .
1 r: ,: : ",,,, year we have red, white and yellow than the company and people wh H. Kiyant Defendant.fane, Plaintiff, v"

varieties planted. stand In back of It. and on thi! Joseph If. llryant. No. 8339

BUILDINGMATERIALS S S C score we are satisfied with prompt Orilrr <>t 1..M..I..n,1. >oll.I '. 'I 1''.. I
\ T.JoHppli .'
\i.p.n. *T \ll-l OK KI.OIIIII
Have another grazing crop service ,and reasonable prices. II. llryant. whom re..l"l noanil _
planted for our calves and hogs- S S BdilrenH I.: DfSota Hotel KanHUM -
iits..ouritVon ,., _
Set out of the Improve City ;
broadcast a
millet and to on
cowpeas. Are 'I..lreel'| appear Ii!
the millet and planted the peas In a eggplant and hope that this yea April 2.1, 1951 In the above "am..eI
will be able to raise them. We Court and cau.,, wherein plaintiff
beds. A we (
of low
row on top very .eka divorce, cuntndy ant rontru
STILL AVAILABLE light frost nipped the millet but II like It sliced thin and fried. Bu of minor chllil Hrndfonl Count
Ti'leitriiph' shall publlnh this Order
then like most things we rats
seems to be coming back again. we In next four weekly IttnuenV .
Now's The Time To S SOur and especially enjoy the variety, > Itnena my hand ami official tip.al whk

berries are a disappoint of good things to eat which you at teal.UFFIC'IAL Starke. Florida thIs March 21, you ever wondered how it would magnificently poised on coil springs

Repair Or ment so far. We think that we have on a farm.STATE. ( SI! ,\f Clerk,) A of.J.Saul ThnmaiAt Court. to go the.limit on power and com individually cushion every wheel.

RemodelI fertilized at the wrong time for rim Haven Crosby, Deputy ClerlF. .
Prank Lnmlrum tUaike FlorhlnAtty fort and quality in an automobile?' abff'
when we did the plants looked FARM for Plf.. 3\h\ 4t 411, There's a spacious feeling of room,

I PHONE 8652 fine but now with they lots seem of bloom to be going and fruit Into fly Mr's. Bryan Whitfleld I.florl.Ki. rlrrnlt. In Court('hnn., .nrsdfodtiint..,.. ,.. Or how it would feel to be lord and master and around you-room that is unsurpas: '

leaf growth mostly. So at a time Jellies' H. MoUeod. Plaintiff v.. of a car that can take its place with the finest anywhere in the fine.car field.
when most folks are picking a lotof ltsL Mae Mcl.fo.l, UufemlantCnMtt
ANNISBUILDING (Held Over from last week.-) Nn. 83H!
berries we are getting only a Bridge ('Iub MeetingMrs. >nler Of Pnhllmllon tnil ><.ll<-. Titpprnr ,. in the "fine-car field"? And to make every mile effortless ar
week KI'tIM lip FI.Ollln1''i'
I Tew. We were laughing H. J. Kucera was hostess: lt..sit Mao Mi-Lend', whima n-nlil..nciuml re1axedthcre'stlieverycXclusj'cads'antT !
of mistakes Then sir this is call to action. :
number a
about the large at last week's meeting of the State arlitre.* In.:: 4IHl llroadwn: ,, "
I made in farming Street Mitcon. (rieora-la: "extra '
have Drive-not ,
we of an
Dynaflow as
Farm Bridge Club entertaining at You are r.ulr.,1 to appear olApril

SUPPLIES, Inc. 9o far that and Indeed one it couple seems could Impossible her home Thursday afternoon. At I Court SO and IVIit.cause In, wherein the aliuve plaintiff nam..1$ he first action is yours-the simple action as a standard ROADMASTER feature.of .

just points of Interest In the part ....k. divorce. tlradford Count: Buick dealer and ..
in touch
736 So. Main St. make as many as we have In two Teli-mruph shall Publish thin Urdai getting a '
sweet California "
It rooms peas poppies In n..xt four weekly Immen.Wltne in and satisfy yourself..'
hope. Oo why not drop
Our only
GAINESVILLEUSE ihort years. and pansies were artistically .R my hand ami official ...al planting yourself behind the wheel of a : .

cams Is that we seldom make the arranged. Mrs. Kucera carried on at $.taik, KlorUU, this March 2a19i : our guest, that here indeed is a fine earth-
and It looks > .
tame mistake the Easter motif elaborately and (UKVlOIAti 8RAI.) A. J. Thomas but price/
A. Clerk of saul. Court goes the limit-in everything
beautifully In her refreshment II Itv' Myrtle T. Denver, Deputy ClerkThan. 1 let this great-powered and dazzling
that were served immediatelyafter .. K. Hen., ii)4.00 Ouamuty Lift. k-an

"ANNISTONE"The FREE the arrival of the guests. A Attyii.Blilw for Jacksonville,Plf. Florida.33U| 4t 4.SCOIHM performer take over. Check for yourself what others u

For Prompt FREE Removal dinner plate circled with Easter' I what othersoffer-and you'll discouROADMASTER'prices
Better DlockHeady.Mlxed of Dead Crippled, & Worthless ."&"rallll" In which nestled colorfu ITO WHOM TT.MAV CONCEHN: There's action in every one of the 152 call to action that
candy eggs held a dessert plat< lii herehy itlven that I hnve a
Cattle, Horses, :Mules on which were an Ice cream bunny I mNotl-'o FlnlllI"I.ort In tha F>.. horsepower in its Fireball engine-more wise ignore.
Will on the Seth< dav of April. 1981 man cliln
& Hogs and an Individual cake that wet ipply to the Honornhla. K. K. Perry action than most proud owners of this eager .
Concrete Iced in the seasonal theme. Prize man.' County Jiulne,. at tlradfnrdL'ounty I qspe_.., .MiiirlM,trim nil mtitlt en..'j. l M.t w vilAool,,"**

Delivered to Your Door Call 132, Starke winners were Mrs. J. R. Kite who i I ,of for the Final,,:..tat.. niirharara of Lillian ne Ma Fixwutor ". beauty will ever use. Momfay....,".g.Thcra's .
T..el.hENRY I. TAM.O MC rhxnuk.every
.Innirer Ttodil. defendedThin .
ALWAYS COME I received a Jam jar for her high ,
WE .
ilml day of :March. 19S1.Frederick
QUICKSEIl.VICEI score Mrs. P. D. Fancher whose Mydney Dudd. Riecutnr. counter-action in its gentle and sure- _

Florida Renderers award for second I 312) } 4t 4113:i
high score wa gripping brakes, the finest that Buick has
a box of greeting cards. Mrs. L. F .In Clrrnlt C"--: llrftdford Cvnntri _
INC. I ..'I..ril. .. In 4'h.......). ever engineered. _
.. Plaintiff. VI.Unm .
--a- a Ifennan I Cunner.
GIVES Uverhart Conner., tiefvntlunt.Ca .
vir ,, No Sill ofdoubledepth
I But there's also luxury-the luxury
>rder Of Puhllrnllun And Noll.-e Ta
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Ier. the occasion being Mrs Lang Gainesville when we can go home best of all.

I ford's birthday. Mr and Mrs R. C. Gray had ai There were riftvnlncof our
Kevstone Heights; LONG BRANCH GRAHAM Mr and Mrs W. H Edwards" weekend guests, Mrs. Grays' mother children In some religious service

J ".v :Sirs Mara I). :McDonaldChurch lly Mn. J. L. Strickland lly :\1..... John McKlnnyMr Jr and children returned to their Mrs. C G. Butler of Tampa last SundayWe
__ home in Atlanta after spending' i II and tier ariall niece also of Tampa regret to report that Mrs.

Notes I recent vacation here :with his parents The Marshall Matchett family Effie Bedenbaugh has been quite
There was a fellowship meeting and !Mrs Duffle Abernath; Will Edwards enjoyed a weekend visit In Plant
Mr and Mrs.
The Community Church will' at the Black Pond church Thun\ and children of Sarasota spent the Rev, and Mrs. J. V, Roblnsni City with Mr. Mattchett's slstei ill. She is one of our talented

1 lI sponsor a concert on Friday. Apr. I day. March 29 at 4 o'clock. There weekend :with their son Mack] visited friends hen and their families. They were lunch room workers and we really
y 13, in the Woman's Club. The were several churches represents Abernathy' who leaves Wednesda of Oldmnar of accompanied home by Mrs. Joe miss her cheerful smile and kind

Methodist ChurchThe artist will\ be Mr. Danburg. of the at this meeting. Those! attendln for Uie Army. recently. He is a former pastor Day who will spend some time attention to all the children. We
fchurch Methodist Church.
Department of Music at the Uni. from Highland Baptist churc the here. hope aha is soon able to be back:
Frazer few daf
Charley spent a 8
verslty, who has been heard tn were Mrs. Zottie Padgett Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch attended .I with us turning out some more
goals have been First Methodist Churc,*, 01 leave with his parents Mr. and Mn If. V. Saxon, of :Pompano has
I In
Mrs. FEA meeting
lance Keystone before and whose music Lacy Norman and son Larr; the recent of those wonderful peanut butter
Revival i at Starke cordially invites to at. Clarence Frazer. I been Mr. and Mrs. B. Y !
iurlng the you visiting
C. Wilkinson Rev Mr. and while there wen
is familiar to many His progra E. (Honey) Tampa ; cookies for which she and Mrs.
aptlst of Starke that tend the following services of wor. will be what he calls his "fut and Mrs. Harvey and sons There. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Broughto: guests of Mrs. Futch's brother B Saxon. Johnson are famous.

ru Sunday night. There', ship on Sunday, April 8. Chun program and will give an e\'enlng were a number of excellent speal of Tampa spent the weekend here I T. Crosby and family. Mrs. Jessie Chastain was an !
attending the eve-. School' begins at 9:45: every Sun. Those that were Mr. and 1
visiting overnight visitor to Jacksonville
,ore of wonderful entertainment. The! era present to deliver message Friends of A. M, Blanchard will '
and morning services day morning. The morning wor. Mrs. Josephine Johnson spoke on Mrs Carl Jones over the weekeu last week.
s concert will start at 8:15: and will be Interested to know that ho hai
any other revival held ship services is held at 11 o'cloi be preceded by a covered dish din.' how to be a better Christian. I were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Starling returned to his home here after, Mrs, E. \M. Prevatt, Mrs. Jim doesn't make
The Sunday gchool in the Woman's Club Building There from a and children and Mr. sad Mn.
oh. ner, which is the regular month were spending some time at a convalescent Adklns and Mrs. Gerald Adklimattended
was Bur- The Rev. Thomas O. Mitchell will .. Leslie Jones and son all of
J last fellowship dinner of the Community number of different church* home In Jacksonville. a "party shower" for Mrs.
there were nearly 50C( preach Sunday morning on the] Church. The concert is open i to present. After the speaking I Leonard McKinney of Sanfor Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Crews of Jim Adklns' grand daughter In much

Ing worship service i 0'ay subject, "The Church Alive". Mrs. the public and admission price will the women of Black Pond I and Albert Graham of Dayton Tampa were recent visitors hen New River last Thursday after cdfiftetancewhether

E. K. Perryman Is the organist be 75 cents. The club will recel'' church served supper of chicken Beach were the guests of Mr. and and at Hellbronn. noon.

a goal of 200 In the The Sunday evening servic, a percentage of the receipts. and rite and hot coffee Mrs. Perc Mrs John McKinney. Miss Joyce Newsom of Gaines Visiting W. H. Griffin this week lose

Won hour at 6:45 hiaid will be held In the Methodist Edu. Club Notes Knight. a the chairman of the Mr and Mrs. O. W. Rivers wer vllle was a recent guest of Mist were \his son and daughter-in-law, you your

plans are made I to catlonal Building at 7:30: p. m. The regular business meeting Friendship members In this locality dinner guests of their daughter Esther Shuford. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of car by fire, theft or colli-

oal. Sunday is know with Miss Florence Brown i all of fhe Woman's Club will be held Mrs. Lacy Norman Is also one Mrs. Leon Klllngton: \ Sunday In Jacksonville
pianist Mr. Mitchell will preach of the workers. We would like to Starke. llionComprehenslvelndCollision
close !
{Day to bring to a Tuesday, April 10, at 3 o'clock A Miss Dorothy Ross County
Revival. Rev. Sunday night on "The Transforming hear more about this. Mrs. L. E. Rattlff spent Sunda;; f
BSpirltual large attendance at this mC'.tingIs Home Demonstration agent -va Insurance will
"Soge8 will be at 1 1I Ito 11 Friendship of Jesus". Specllll! urged as the officers for the The revival at Highland is cot : afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John HAMPTON visiting her Hampton 4-H Club
music will be furnished by the this week and we wish to I
On the Lord next club year will be elected. The firming McKinney fly Mrs. M. C. Nwrn. *>yKtenlng girls last Thursday. protect you.
at 7:45: : "The Closed youth choir. matter of doing some repair work say the Lord Is really working I In I Gene Glllnrd and his brotherinlaw News
The Senior and Intermediate this revival. Sunday night-Jui of Palmetto were guests of /Wh'M,1
the building will also
Methodist Youth Fellowship meet on come up one week of the revival there were Mr and Mrs. Leon Wynn Saturda: Ilajrl
  • Senator Charley Johns who wa Charley) E. Johns
    Ircgatlonal has for discussion. The will t be
    singing 17 who had joined the church by Emory Browne Sunday School unable to attend Ute P. T A. din
    at 6:30: p. m. and also enjoy a night.
    best during the two followed by a social hour undc then I of Intermediate boya enter ner at Hampton School, March It AgencyPhone
    i fellowship hour following the evell- profession of faith, some of J, D. McKinney spent the weekend Class
    i !Laymen from, tlSing \ Ing service. All young people are the direction of Mrs. Morgan and are "grey headed fathers and thtee I In Waldo visiting his cousin tamed Mrs. Richard May's Clasi sent a generous contribution to the IS STARKE. FLA.

    on various night, cordially Invited.A Mrs. Frank Walrath Jr i by letter. This proves to us that William and Aleen Ward. of Intermediate girls, with a hay school which was greatly appreciated -

    hval music team of MrR. The "Country Fair" Held last.: the Lord does answer prayer and I Mr and Mrs. W. B. Johnson am ride and picnic supper on Friday | by all.Misses 1. .

    klns at the piano and Children's Hour is held each. Thursday at the Club house was does hear the plea of his childrei stun Richard of Lutz ,were visiting night Around huge bonfire, they (Gladys Bundy, Virginia .... ,.......-
    Lawson at the orga Wednesday afternoon at 3:15: In only moderately successful.\ Owlr I Ahd It also. proves to us that the Mrs John all enjoyed games and ents.. I Williamson, and Margaret Hersey
    her Mr. and
    ndividual music groupR] the Educational Building for all to a number of other things gong: Lord Is using Brother Harvey .tHis McKinney parents,over the weekend Mr. and Mrs J. E. Adktns have accompanied Tracy Jones and Mrs *.pr.Mntlna THE TRAVELERS. Hartford

    |ht special music each children between the ages of e on the same evening, the crowd I glory Little KoHolve McKinney wen returned after attending funeral Ola" M. I'erklns to the revival at -

    ;ieo, Jones directing the and 12.Christian. was not as large as had been ex.': Mr. Carter, the Insurance mar home with them to spend 3 WCE'lfs.Mr. services for their son-in-law, Ebb Hope Baptist Church last \\'ednes.dll -. ,-. '-',

    posed of youth, and pected. but nevertheless, about $7 told us yesterday that the revival and, Mrs W. L. rhllllps of Kills, In Georgetown S. C. They ) night -

    Jay morning Mrs. Lu-\ ChurchThere was added to the treasury and I at Black Pond la one to be Ion( JackHonvillo wero visiting her sister were accompanied by their grand! This week.We are again publishing PHONE 218

    :MUSIC Director will let everybody had a fine time. remembered also. They have aI Mrs. E. M. Griffin Sunday. daughter Joyce Ueul. Mr. Ellis a some of the reasons why

    ith Mrs. Mona Canon Is always a welcome 'for The luncheou which was held on young licensed preacher doing tn Mr. and Mrs H. L. Benrcl of pulpwood operator, died quite sail (pupils like the Hampton School.' COLO NIALFLORIST

    n. you at the friendly Church in the Tuesday, March 27, was well at. I preaching: at Black Pond and his Gainesville were! visiting/ her parents denly of a heart attack last Thurs ,\\ lull I 1.lk.Iuut Hampton

    Ie I Is invited to alter heart of town. Come and bring tended. The hostesses Mrs. Alpei really on fire for God. This I Is I' Mr, and Mrs. Fletcher Griffin day He was the husband of the! School:

    services of one of the your friends. When you attend Mrs. Detweiler, and Mrs. Tull the kind of preachers we need, the Satiinliiy.Mr former O'June Adklns who with Kddlo: I Hunlimin: I like Hampton

    I g,ritual revivals at the once you will want to again. served a delicious lunch and win ones who preach the way Go d and Dire C. L. WIlHon of their 3 children, survive him. Mr School. because we are given the
    10 it was found that the! expects wants them to preach not as ma I and Mrs. Ellis and family had privilege to make our awn rules
    t Starke, with servlci Our Bible School begins at : Jacksonville were here over Uijweekend. ;
    Friday and SundayTabernacle t of a. m. with C. W. Col.son as suerintendenl. speaker Could not be present, the wants them to preach. spent tho Christmas Holidays It Billy Horne: I like the noon horn FLOWERSFOR

    There are classes fall program was turned into a cam Maxey Wilkinson and some of Rev and Mrs. Crosby of Gaines Hampton with the AdklntT family best. of all.Tracy .
    luncheon will the I Mr. and Mrs Charlie Cox's great Jones:: I like noon when
    age groups with quahfli sta party. The next the singers from Evergreen vllle were dinner guests of Mr and( ALL OCCASIONS
    I one Bruce who had spent have dinner, I also like the
    attended Highland
    teachers who know and teach the be April 24. church Mrs. F. M. Griffin Sunday Rev grandson,
    last week and helped us wit tine past six months with them girls.
    "Word of God". Social ;Note night Crosby has resigned at the Graham
    Mr. and Mrs. A, Watson an our singing. They are to be back left last week for his new home In Joyce Beat: I like the new flagpole
    addition of the Wedne Morning worship begins at 11 family spent the weekend in Live one or more nights this week. I Baptist Church. San Antonio Texas in front of the building. @

    lion Bible Hour period a. m. subject "Christian Giving Oak visiting Mrs.Vat8on's patents As we stated last Week Wlnfre) I Miss Emma Hicks of Plant City Emojcnn: Hall: What I like best
    uw eight services held! The Lords Supper is served i at week here with her Is that the teachers kind tc
    the are.
    Mr. and Mrs. H. Wright. Wilkinson was taken very suddenly pent past
    the Tabernacle. These 11:15: a. m.Evening Mrs. Ella Bloss announces from with appendicitis and rushe f LAWTEY sinter Mrs. Wll on Bedenbaugh, the pupils and let thC'1Ido a lot of DISH GARDENS

    Sunday) worship hou, services begin at 6:30:: Miami, her marriage to L. IVolght to St. Vincent Hospital for opera who is recuperating at her home things that they want to do.

    >I and evening servlci: p. m. with Christian Endeavo, of Miami, which took plac( tlon. The operation was a success 1 I.. II. Futch after being seriously ill for several Fredrick Runha: I like to make POTTERY

    able study; Thursday 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic ServU last month. Mr. Voight is a grow but due to stomach ulcers and days in the Palatka tiosptlal. animals and do other things. POTTED PLANTS

    Prayer Meeting and subject "Our Warrant for Coming er of flowers for the wholesal other complications Winfred did Mrs W. F. Moore and children, Brenda Sue Hinson underwent Llnette Durden: I like to workon

    xlllary; Friday evening to Christ." market and the newly married pair not recuperate as swiftly as he Rene and Michael, were weekeni a tonsillectomy In Alachua Hospital the bIlLc( board. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE

    c service and Saturda Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: will make their home In Miam should. Tuesday night ol last week guests of her father Rev. E. B, last Thursday, and Is now George Young: I like the stories

    auth for Christ. An p. m. our study will be the 16th They expect to be back here for we had a special prayer for Win Boyer, in Tampa. getting along nicely. In my reader.
    program I la carried out Chapter of Acts. Bring your Bibl a brief may some time in June. fred just after church services. be- Miss Arthurlne Bliuichnrd of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Prevails' son Howard Young: I like the school Nona St Starke!

    vice and much teachin and let us study together. A group of fishermen Includin gun. Just as services closed a young; Jacksonville spent the weekend Charles has returned to school store.

    d.th Homer Swlndall Minister Don Pangborn, Kyle McMurtry, A. lady rushed (In the church house with her father. A, M. Blanchard I after a recent tonsil\ operation _In Shirley Jackson: I like 3:15: : ___
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    for Christ Saturda F. Hambly, and Bill Spaulding of and up to Brother Harvey turn and her sister, Miss Enza: Blanch -

    an interesting innovi Presbyterian Church Palatka made a .weekend trip to, ed and rushed out axaln.: Brothe ard. -

    Hder people will conduct< Cedar Keys for some deep sell Harvey told us at once that wor Mr, and Mrs. Alva A, Cook nut !

    Bii I. Bible Quiz, choruse 9:45: Sunday School. fishing and were very successful had just come that Winfred wa ,son, Charles, were visiting rein
    the young folks will tfive 10 a. m. Friendship Bible'Clas! The prize for"the biggest went I te, sinking fast Und for all who woul< lives In Georgia during the uprlnj;

    congregation. 11 a'. m. Services conducted by Mr. Pangborn for a nice red anal ,to pray for his recovery If It vacation. I' WH EJ IfR
    Dr. L. Ross Lynn of Tallahassee. could be the Lord's will for him Mrs. Joyce Futch and daughter, I
    rk's Episcopal per.Mrs.. Margaret Tracey entertaii I to recover. Well to say the leas and). Miss Mary Julia, attended ,tin by car

    CatholicRev. ed with a luncheon at the Inn la14t we never .heard more prayers < state teachers convention ill .

    |d Yerkes will conduct St. Edward's Wednesday, Mar. 24, honor! I never saw people more cl'-rpl;;. Tampa hut week : must have motor products and services,
    William H. Neuhaus, Paste than that little congregation /
    services at Mrs. A J. Holt. Fourteen guest touched Tom Casey of the Lawtcy Schoo I
    y evening Sunday Mass at \ ::13 a. m. were present. I was. Every praying perscii whll I faculty, and Mrs. Casey wore at Villi non/C: and on-thc-road conveniences, availableti'jeret'er I II

    Dally Mass at 8:00:: a m. Dr. and Mrs.\ Holl have recentl I there prayed for Wlnfred tending the teachers meeting Ir
    School at 9:45.: J. L. Strickland lead the prayer I drive.
    : to
    Confessions Saturday I they
    moved to anJ living last week.
    Keystone are Tampa
    morning services will be 8:30: p. m. and before all Masse In the home they purchased fror Three women In the church tha. Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Walteri VU 1.11 V,C
    Sunday at 11 A. M. wit Children's Catechism Classes, we have heard from didn't sleep
    Mr. and Mrs. Vickers. were In Jacknonvtlln Monday attending
    I all night ror Since the first out-of-state rolled
    minister Rev. Fendei Saturday 10:00: a. m. all that night, prayed car
    Miss\ Gertrude Houser entertalr the funeral of Mrs
    fcy Farms will conducts Instructio Winfred. The result? Wlnfred I Is:
    Adult Religious ed with card party, at her horn Mr. Evendon, who passed
    on the first and third! courses Monday 8:00: to 9:0:: a speedily recovering/ and Is expecting onto a Florida highway 50 years ago
    every Thursday Mar. 29 honorin, several ago was alone
    on away years '
    of thin
    Thursday a
    f each month. to be home by
    p. m. The public is cordiallyInvited. Mrs. Joe Wright of GreensborcN. week. Ha would have gotten wel time pastor of the Methodist Standard Oil dealers have been theptoneert

    C., who has been guest of her ? His father, Honey and church hrre. lW
    of Christ10th On Monday benedictions evening Rosary.of the In sister, Mrs. A Nelson others anyway have grave doubts about Mr. and Mrs. R. It. ThecJn of in providing these products

    and McMahon structlons Mrs. Nelson has also had ae Jacksonville were visiting in Law.

    tool- -10 A. M. Blessed Sacrament.evening. Benediction of her guests Mr. and Mrs. Bank I this.Mrs.. G. R. Wtlklninn, Rudolph'i tey Saturday afternoon. and conveniences. From Pensacola to the
    Friday Wilson of Greensboro who stop Mrs. Emma P. Hill spent the
    S11 A. M. and 7:3: the Most Blessed Sacrament and their home from wife, was at church at Highland vacation In fort Myers with Atlantic from the Georgia line to
    ped over on way Wlnfred wall "spring
    Sunday the same day I
    reeling and Bible Stud Holy Hour.PENTECOSTAL. West Palm Beach. Also guests of I there, she and all enjoyed the scrv relatives. ?' the Florida the motorist is ;
    keys .
    o day 7:30: P. M. HOLINESS the Nelsons were Mr. and Mn. Ices very much. She, Rudolph and Mrs. A. II. Harley Sr. relumed F L111RIL11L1

    e welcome. Ave. C. Bull and their daughters. Su the others who, came with them to her home .here last Sunday seldom far from the familiar StandardOil
    10th St. and Temple
    and Dorothy of College Park. Ga returned home to Auburndale and after a week spent with her
    Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning .- Mr and Mrs. C. Mlddleton. of Monday she suffered an attack ol laughter, Mrs. Nelson Blocker, and

    er of Twoes Worship 11 a. m.; EvongeltaUc Washington, D. C. have been appendicitis and was operated or Family' In Atlantic Deach.I sign.

    Services 7:00: p. m. Everyon spending a few days at Goldheai Tuesday of last week. They did nol I Benton and Ralph Futch were

    Hadacol welcome. State Park. Mrs. Middleton is the know about Wlnfred'a attack 01 .hopping' and sight seeing' In Gainesville This Standard Oil sign is more than

    daughter of Mr. Dewy Willis and Cuylea didn't know of her attach Wednesday! of last week.

    CIIfBCIf LATTERDAY OF JESUS SAINTS CIIKIST Mr. and Mrs Willis spent som until Thursday when Cuyle receive, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and the of a sign of dependable products and extra

    OF time with them at the Park. ed a letter from Rudolph. She children: Maxine and Tommy, were a Sign
    Supplies Deficient (MORMON) Mr. and Mrs. Owenby had i a wa doing nicely. Is probably I flailing relatives In Orlando last service it's a sign of a good citizen
    n With School 10( a. m.
    Vitamins Bu Sunday
    Niacin and Iron Sacrament Service 8:30: p. m. in houseful) of guests over the week home by now. Sunday EXTRA Service and active Florida booster!
    Starke end: Mrs. Owenby's mother and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan announce -I Mr and Mrs. Cullen McSwaln an perpetual "
    Hall on Call St.,
    Masonic extended to father," Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meta the birth of a son March and sons Ronnie and Donnie, have
    welcome is
    :imer Hlsel. 3225 2nd A cordial and her grandmother Mrs. Drllui 27 We do not wonder that 'eturned to their home after sevral -

    ncU Bluffs Iowa is a all. Spratt who were on their way] Grandpa Arthur can't see anyone. ) days In Jacksonville because

    good, mother from their home In St. Petersburg Sam Saunders called on the of the illness of Donnie. However
    and like all, CHURCH OF GOD to.Falrfield Iowa: and Mr. Owen Strickland one day last week and I friends of the family are glad to

    good mothers 8th &: St. Clair SU. by'a brother, \V. L. Owenby anc Bayed to eat canned rowpeas and know that Donnie Is Improving
    she keeps a School 10 a.m. I
    4; careful watchfor Sunday Worship 11 a.m his nephew, Jack Blakeslee from corn bread for lunch. That wasn't md expects to be out again soon.
    r the welfareofbertwo Sunday Morning Stetson U.. also Dr. and Mrs. W ill we had for lunch but Sam seemed Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of
    7:30 m
    Service :
    Sunday Evening p B. Lingo and daughter, Jo, from to enjoy the peas and corn bread Tacksonville were weekend guest' tr
    young children. Y'. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m St. Petersburg. more than anything else. He has of Mrs. COX'H parents, Mr and.l ? .
    And when little Thursday 7:30: p.m week ,
    Meeting thus
    Prayer to Tallahassee o'i
    Members of the Baptist Church gone Irs. Paul Dlnklns Sr.
    four Lucille- year Hhel- old 1 HIGHWAY BAPTIST ire asked to note the change Ir Mr. and Mrs Terrell Hickey The regular monthly meeting ol II' aid LU l R

    wasn't feeling BAYLESS meet. time: of their meetings. The young pent the most of the day Sunday he Home Demonstration Club was tarsals 1 erg 0
    as her mother There will be an all day peoples meeting will be held al with Dad and Mum. They too enjoy held on Wednesday of last week
    knewsheshouldtr ing and basket lunch at the Bay out to the old plaNt I
    services al getting Miss Ross an
    3:45.: and the evening at which time gave
    steel Church 01
    tong was
    less Highway Baptist to see us. Arthur Hatcher .
    ; about Hisellie Easter Sunday. Services will b< 3:00: P. mOn I roads around Clay Hill nterestlng and Instructive demontratlon
    I HADACOL because Rev Wednesday, Mar. 2'!, Mrs working"; the of the use of vecall
    conducted by the Pastor. We the bad place
    week. got
    Bard how much it t Ilut
    was <
    Ella Bird was much surprised Minting.
    mldren James Ladd of Jacksonville bridge filled up with dirt,
    had it our
    and poor rind' herself holding open house at Arthur. Hut Arthur Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schultz and I
    stomach distress I many thanks,
    y deficiencies of Vita- I her home on Magnolia St. The Tailed to come to get his dinner, on, John Stark were visiting natives
    and occasion was Mrs. Bird's eighty he In Daytona last weekend.
    goo much Niacin.re. I he told us sometime ago
    fPS that fifth birthday and sluice her grandlaughter would when he was in this ne.gh- Sunday guests of the Schultz
    HADACOL to both of Mrs. Xndrewson and amlly were Mr. and Mrs. Dan
    fen. WELDINGWe lorhood Maybe h* wasn't hungry, ,
    Mrs. Clemmons had arranged the I Snyder and Mrs. Snyder's slater of,
    kind ot food.
    what Mrs. Hisel! says: there was a beautiful birthday I for our Iflchelle Park New Jersey.
    party had roofs paint-
    nughter t Several us
    Has taken two cut while tile I at the Methodist I
    HADACOL and she has r cake which she red when Mr. Mullins from Lake Recent guests :
    tug more than before and Iq guests sang "Happy Birthday"bout ,. City and his sons were here paintng arsonage> were Mr. and Mrs. e
    to' better, I think HADA- twenty five or thirty guests them. Well It made our old 'rank Asbell Dr. and Mrs F P e /

    i"t iC best thing for children: called: during the afternoon to I rusty roofs look better and sure I I Wood and Mrs. C. B. Turner all

    'IS tour have rears an appetite.old Before My ::ongratulat Mrs. Bird and wish topped the leaks In ours we are,I: ot Jacksonville, Mrs. Alta Ewart
    happy birthdaysMore when It rains we and son Gregg James R. Walters,,
    ADACOL my daughter her many more glad; to say, now ,,
    '1 of her stomach hurting offer the people of Starke I do not have to go dashing around and W. T. Walters Jr. all of St. '
    I got bottle of hrough the house with a bunch of 'etersburg.
    "z a nd she says her stom- of the most Important now than ever I and palls to set under the I C. R. Sapp of Lake City, a former -
    l J bother' her more. and vicinity one pans
    ''ADACOL Is wonderful.any to protect jour office machine* II..ak.. Even If we did get our palls Lawtey resident was a recent

    Riving' HADACOL to my modern aDd finest equipped let a "F'olil-It". Cover, fit mutt >nd dippers sprayed we are sure visitor! here.

    r-old daughter. >flre .nuwhlnr* rff ril\nnt\ of glad; the roof U painted. I Mr and Mrs. T L. Wainwright

    COL b So Effective welding shops anywhere. ..Nape Only $1.50. ra.uortlComty I We set our Incubator last week 'ere'' dinner guests on Easter Sum D a o o a
    "rtnnt thing about HAD. All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Telegraph in 115 I'rgs. thinking we would day of Mr. Walnwrlght's sinter ,,

    that yon get Vitamins oon have some young chlck"nlll Mrs, Alice Langford In Lake But- ,
    ''"cln and Iron In liquid\ GARAGEAND of our own but it seems that so :
    =tt means that they are BEsr yotl I want thesewell, we don.tknow i lrs--before they hatch. Any

    'od!bsorbed stream and dispatched MACHINE SHOP VE many; we may not get to keep) way, we have living hopes that wr
    ready to go 1rE,1 AGENTPHONE
    chicks in 1..11than DUNCAN
    : K. G.
    work HADACOL helps Stoke ; ur own chickens. If any hatch. will have some young/
    the hemoglobin content Temple Ave. Thla Is really counting your three weeks. Then we might'

    b.uuuda (When Iron is *"_... tOE a hlckenn. before they hatch and'someone 'f fI milder setting some for some 83; STARKE. FLA.

    and Mlnem4 precious telling the chickens are one else. I I
    + body. eveQ'uur I I I II


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    ''APR .6 -Jrr9 51: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORtril. BTARKE. FLQRIJ). FRfDt. A lii

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    , j i Annual Report OF County On Health Births Department DeathsThe Continues Local Guard To Unit GrowThe {I;'Strong Creditors Bankrupt Told I Bill Put IntroducedTo Limit I Small Association Merchants Says Two Get Combat Local Men BadgesTwo j OF ADDRESS INTER S

    . .t. Gives Significant Data On Illegitimates Should Be Exempt local boys now serving as Cpl. Rill .'
    treatment. Cancer Iota) Nuti.'H.il Guard unit I I Creditors of Harley F. Strong,I Infantrymen with the 5th Cavalry HS, 14 F Ii, l
    stork outdistanced the "grim dropped diagnosis from third to fifth place will\ continue Its weekend training I local Jeweler, have received notlci' limit State aid to illegitimate AH merchants doing less thaT3OOO : regiment in Korea were recently care pcti I l
    marginIn Satur- 1 from Emmet Safay. referee In I A bill to annual volume should be Combat Infantry Calif. l
    reaper" by a comfortable I as the leading cause of death.A this weekend b> spending children was Introduced $ awarded the
    Bradford County laat year, according marked Increase in the number day afternoon and Sunday at the bankruptcy. of a meeting to thMd Wednesday.The entirely exempt from all provision man's badge. They are Pfc. Earl Mrs. .f I M
    01 rifle at Camp Standing In the county courthouse or I in the Senate of the OPS price control order and L. McGruder nephew of Mrs. Cecil ::\.v',
    annual report I of accidental deaths was noted, range marla, SBeach >
    to the with other units of the 2nd Tuesday April 17, at 11 a.m. measure, Is the first of many general price freeze, It was urgently Manlre, Starke, 'and Pfc. Monroe

    the Bradford County Health week. Department I''I acute while there communicable were no deaths diseases from except along Battalion 124th Inf. These include The notice stated that Strong, expected from !legislators welfare desiringto laws.It suggested this week by the IT.I Griff, son of Mr. and Mrs. I PlneC88t1 J. L. Si.: nr c'

    released this resident' tuberculosis and pneumonia. Company F Jacksonville, Comp has been duly adjudged a bankrupl I tighten the Florida Committeeon Florida State Retailers Association Leonard Crlffls also of Starke. FIll 2l5 2k!,
    to the to<
    had 270 O Gained on a petition filed him was The.suggestion was dispatched I which Is awarded
    by on
    The county colored) There were two cases of Infantile any EX Ocala, Company whlt/i Senator Charley DiSall This badge, T. S.
    of Michael Wlllianj.
    births (180 white and 103 90 roBident I paralysis but none of diphtheriaor vllle. Company H, Leenburgand March 31.Creditors. Welfare E. Johns of Starke is vice Price Stabilizer. : I only to frontline combat infantry St.. Key W, It pj ,I

    during 1950, and colored). typhoid. the 2nd Bn. Medical Platoon, Lake were notified that they Senator Johns has been In Washington.The ,, men distinguishes the actual fightIng ,.
    white and 23 attend the chairman. State organization's appea from the rear and service GUEST
    deaths ((80 may meeting. prove of man "Iiit
    the The ten leading cause of death critical of many phases kt
    City.The openly declared
    Reduced to percentages shown In the report were: Guardsmen will\ be housedIn their claims appoint a trustee administration of the State on behalf of smaller merchant troops In pombat zone. County T'I"ICI'aph' ,
    1.000 popu. as the wll\]
    9.0 per and committee of that free competition
    a creditors
    death rate was barracks near Kingsley examine '
    the _
    atood heart and blood vessels 34: Welfare Board.
    the birth rate the In line In the severs -- -------
    while National Guard bankrupt and transact keep prices
    latlon.23.7. rerrbral hemorrhage. 17: pneu- Lake and the reservation will be other bualne Under present law there' no million small retail establishment! SPRUCE UP FOR
    at slight Increase monia (all types) 12; accidents, clubs on the [limit on the number of illegitimate in the United States. The messaK) SP10Nt
    report Indicated a available for the officers and enlisted The Strong store on Call Street
    The S tuberculosis
    of deliveries 9; cancer 6; homicides ; children of the name mother who by Lloyd F
    number to DlStille was signed
    the total Each Guardsman will .has been closed for several
    In men.
    the pre- 4; meningitis 3; cirrhosis can receive State aid. The present president of the Florida
    by midwives Y.over Covington, of liver 2; diabetes 2. fire the various weapons In his bill would allow "no more thanone" State Gahr Retailers Association. % New Webbing and Fresh C

    ceding year, Dr. A.out. Practicallyall Highlights of the dppartment'lprogram I' unit and fire record Is with nrmed.the I City PatrolmenGet to be given benefits when they "Our smaller merchants do nol Upholstery will revi\e
    pointed with which he .
    director. deliveries were by midwives of work for the year included weapon tc Whiskey Load are living in the same have the facilities to prepare the the most shaggy, shabby
    negro ( The local company continues their mother. (
    17.2 o with
    while : under
    ), detailed records required !
    191.1 percent of enlistments chair Bring your workto 'Of
    were by midwives, Higher protection rate foi grow. with a number Night Patrolmen Matt Morganand Assistance would granted\ "to; OPS regulation," Gahr declared, '

    white births the percentage of total diphtheria and whooping cough in reported in the past few Billy\ Overstrret arrested Jim- any dependent child living with its I "We urgently suggest that
    bringing by midwives to 42.8. I young infant and pre-school weeks. Recent enlistments were mie Attlchon on Wednesday night parents relatives or guardians or be granted as soon as possible miracles we can perform.

    deliveries noted In deaths I Thirty-one percent of total infants -, \\Janson E. Norman Jesse R. Pope, March 28. as the latter was trans in some family home meeting the because there is great' con-

    Decreases were and also Immunized. Edmond J. Rosier and Bobby V. porting a load of Illegal whiskey standards of care and health of fusion among thousands of Flori- I
    of "
    under one year under one age month of Forty-one percent of total ma- Rosier. through Starke. the State Board of Social Welfare. da' smaller merchants concerningthe Our Upholstery Work 100 Percent i fal;
    In the group of total deaths I ternal cases under medical super The unit has three men attending The two policemen, noting that Under the new bill the child preparation and filing of pricing -

    age. The percentage Increased, vision of health department. regular Army Service Schools Attlchon's car seemed overloaded must have resided In the State fort charts and the recordkeepingInvl

    over 65: yeara Infant of deaths age from pre j' Fifty-eight percent of total Infants -, studying radio and auto mechanics for just one person to be riding In least a year preceding Ita the mother application >lved. CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIOTV
    for aid, or
    however. Sgt.
    Recent promotions were and
    decreased from six Cases under medical service and It, gave chase arrested the "No harm to the overall programof
    maturity cancer declined Infants under Archie Crawford, Jr. to Sergeant driver about two miles south or must have lived In the State for a price stabilization will result
    from 69 of total SEAT COVERS
    to zero. Deaths 1949 to six In! First Class, Pvt. E-2 Richard A. Starke on U. S. 301. Thirteen : year immediately preceding the from exempting smaller retailers fpiiOl/(

    from 14 In case finding, 'I nursing supervision.25 under Underhill to Private First Class 3-gaIlon Jugs of whiskey were birth. from the charting, filing\ and reporting 307 W. Call St. Starke, Fla
    early percent
    19.V:' due to medical supervision: and 38 percent and Privates E-l John C. Griff, found in the car. I Comptroller C. 1>1. Gay and othei requirements of the order" rrspe sssssar.r.rrr-.-,--,- r- r r C ,

    under nursing a\U\ >ervlslon. Harold K. Norman and Lynn D Attichon was released under critics of the Aid to Dependent the Association president added.'Ceiling .

    < <* *isp ffTvv Hamilton to Private E-2. 1200 cash bond, which was later Children program have chargedthat prices established in the
    o jr 72 admitted
    9 *9 A Crippled children: The Guardsmen received their forfeited. It Is encouraging \Illegitimacy. larger, stores automatically will FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPl

    I to service. quarterly drill pay this week for In Bradford County vital statistics determine ceiling prices In the ex-
    Home Owned &
    In- Operated by Denver I It D.r j
    "WOMAN SHALL NOTEKj! Mosquito control measures the period of December, January. Moncrief Sisters show that the percentage ol empt'establishments. Competition Starke Fla.

    THATMI1CII I'EKTAINKTII: stltuted. and February, in the amount of illegitimate birth among the negro will control that." ,

    INTO A :M.\N. NKITIir.K !B1ILL' | More than 3,000 nursing: visits to 288092. which Is about 20 percent At Modeling StudioMiss population has increased 100 per FISH CONTESTAPRIL

    ;, A M\N PUT ON A WOMVN'MOAUME.Vri : all services. below the average quarterly cent during the past ten years. Dances ,
    1NSO ) Legion
    TIIXT Jimmie Moncrief. daughter
    FunI.L due to the holiday season.
    : payroll
    ABOMINATION UNTo: Fishing Contest'' of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrlel To Be Resumed 1st to JULY IstFIRST
    !' AKK The annual summer encampment New Bob Hope
    I Tilt: LOll) THY HJO." Now Under Way for the Guardsmen this year wll' of the State Farm, is currently ap PRiZE (for largest bass i ) I Action Gltis R,<,
    DKUTEIUViOMV' : 22:3. pearing as a junior model at the Film At Florida Jones-Langford-Whlte Post 56 20 lb. : .
    Tru-Avls Reel iO 1.
    p be from July 8 to July 22. '![x-are Asluiway ( )il Ij..
    |: Prizes totaling near $100 will Lillian Berry Studio In New York Starting SundayThe the American Legion, will reopen Tackle It<>\, Three I.uren Total Value $10.)
    City. A senior at BHS. Miss Mon its dances next Saturday
    in the fishing contest SECOM PRIZE: (for' largest -gal utrliii of 8)) I i
    be awarded Cafe Operators crief hail the honor of being elected
    round and
    \ CLASSIFIED] comedy magic of Bob Hope night with a big square
    Glass. Hoil A'alue $13J50.>
    Farm Miss Bradford football
    being conducted by ,,, queer lance at the Armory hall starting
    Under Rules of :
    OPS and the story telling wlzardy "
    I'UIZEs: for BII
    last fall. WI':tK: 1.\ ( target caught: In tLures -;
    jit" which started will be furnished -
    Auto Music
    : Home Supply happily combined it 8:30: o'clock.
    Damon Runyon are
    i ,
    1 Her sinter. Miss Doris Moncrief,,. Total Value $36.RULES) .
    ..' April 1 and will end July 1.Denver Owner or operator of restaurants Berry'I In the new laugh bonanza, by Uncle Ott and his Florida -
    nt\lIIF. the
    : is also at
    . til n Ink". %IIJt.n.nihle M..ill. .. Devrlck store manag. cafes boarding houses and "The Lemon Drop Kid", showingthis Troubadours.
    ....nrn..d. R. studio and will be there 1. All 'hnr" other in the at the
    ,KIlV'I'lll.HIICourt : public eating places I Indefinite-I Sunday and Monday Unclle Ott and his rnust'lanshave \
    t *I IIn.MH.|.|.t'...... lnrkv.. u.... :2.11: ) I er, stated that there all are contestant no entrance 45 counties served by the Jacksonville ly.reoent Doris nationwide was a tluall Mlas Esquire Florida Theatre. played these weekly Saturday caught (no charge).

    , fees but District Office of Price Stabilization Deceit on a Runyon story and dances for almost three yean 2. AH fish must bP uelghml at *!!tare
    ' at the atore before Contest and was later electedqueen light
    : WANTED TO P1IY! I'lno. Cyprami prie'tunip.'d uHardwood. i.. ,I must Is register All fish enteredmust may obtain copies of Regulation of the Tangerine Bowl.THERESSA. packed with gags and songs this under the sponsorship of the Amer. 3. Fl.sh must be caught by Roil & R-el.
    hlirhent fish caught.
    .. ,
    I Pay lump turn 11 JJ. 11 covering their line ofbualness laugh-getter places Hope In the can Legion. These dances and the'roubadours 4. Fish may be caught with any legal bait.
    In and reel
    ] "r be caugbt on rod
    Ke..r"... Lake Duller, Flu. I at local banks and Chambers title role of a quickthinkingschemer have had a large 5. In rae of tie, auariN Mill be equally' dhldel. I Ithose
    Bp___BZliRlVlXO | be at the
    and must weighed of Commerce, A. Reid Mann with an affection for lemon In the

    PAYT 01110 viHlrnilnKham .. 1 I First prize will be fishing equipment District OPS Director, announced/ drops. When he gives a big time following and much success who tic.

    , TO alit Klorenrw. Alt.).. totaling $50) In value. Second today In Jacksonville.\ racketeer R bad tip on a large- >ast. 6. IK-iKlim of jiiilgm. will be fInal.reres.rssrsesrr.ses .

    4 I.na InK, April U! "21.f..rm'Cnn. ..H carry xrhnl 3 ,or,:' I I I prize will be a glass rod valued at The regulation explains In detail scale wager. he's faced with the The local Legion Post cordially

    f 4<.1.In.imnxenictTN! 11. K YounK Hox 141pmrko $13.50. A weekly prize of two the type of records which Misses Ellen"Searl, Margaret urgent problem of making good Invites everyone to be on hand rea'rsep" ..

    HiFORHAIjK I! lures will be given for the largest must be kept for OPS inspection Hersey. Mae Hall, Florle' Canann the losl by Christmas or el"e- Saturday night when It gets Its I

    -1IMI tlixlita panel Intel.. I, boas caught each week. Mann pointed out. Grace Dickinson from Hope Baptist With the Yuletide just 23 days ,051, Dance Program off to a big
    1Hhnll 1
    '. m.M,tiHntrnllv), tl-t TimpltAv Rootl ...tle8 x !ti I VIFOR ; I! Church attended the Singingat off, the Kid rounds up a Broadway tart lit..'
    Hawthorne Sunday. army of con men, pickpockets and tt

    HVtK-Practlrallr halt prlf new... t 11ell"n"l James Ganann who has been 111 I assorted thugs. Dressed as street Harold Lennon ,
    Aid) at
    Hcnrlnn!\f. Vlrifl. Avery 201 MiKllnnn St. SERVICE for a long time, returned home I corner Santa Clauses, these characters -
    """nr'',". Fin HI'I] y\1\\F. STORE from the hospital Saturday.Mr. solicit loose change on the On USS BataanHarold

    street, presumably for an old ladl
    downMalrfurnlMhcd and Mra Willy Cramer spent Mr
    Port U1iN'I'rnon PHONE 189 K. Lennon, son of
    apiirtnfcnt.. Kl:)I"< botvi 11 es' home. Actually, the proceeds
    nt 421 the weekend In Tampa. of Starke, I hi
    MUrancn and Mr*. IS. Lennon
    H .tn" Roads 100 & 200 Into the Kid's pocket andit
    '%' MadlMon.,. Anplv to ('f'hnmh 0'Cummerr. State Small Griffith of Jacksonville I are going serving on the USS Bataan
    .. far further Information looks as if he'll make the deadline vow
    STARKE FLORIDA the weekend at
    t t spent a light aircraft carrier in the U. S
    I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and I but a racketeer horns in on force In Korean waters
    ' I. r..I..r.,1. hull 1 1 vr.. the scheme and complications get Navy task
    .. FOTI nil 14\1.10)--1 One )ID month ol'l Papyri OPEN A.M.. TILL 10 P.M: daughter, Emojean were visiting wilder and funnier The Bataan has been in action:

    with he.th., r> 'V. Starllnir l tn' In Hampton Sunday.J. against the enemy in both th
    4TWAVTBP moviegoers
    2tn 6 Among the highlights
    . 14 .n..V Fin_ W. Pringle visited his mothei Yellow Sea and the Japan Sea off
    will\ see Bob disguised as a
    lump, ohll) and friends Saturday. SKILL IS VITALii
    TO TU'YOM December.
    furnlttirftPtl Let SIL-I-KLEEN car kindly old lady with his knitting Korea
    anil us your
    ''hln "r.hln., ..< ... ....< ...> In of Is Harold
    .n.' Ml I- -" bag full of stolen cash. one Harold's Address : K'j
    n.p..li-rt, wlr"1 ,,*v1 r,"flnl11'' !I1..j,, by the new Silicone process The new 1'. U. ('. KVMMAGR SALE the funniest chase sequences everlImed. Lennon, S.A., USS Bataan. CVL-- Filling Prescription* t
    *... 1I itt. KeYItOlte 7ti5h1let $7.50WATERPROOF Weeks U. D.-
    ( I'"I' ll"x way to lasting: car beauty. The W. T. Chapter
    4H1 also howlIng
    ,, lIp i There are some 29. 4th Division care FPO San
    C.: will hold Rumage Sale on
    O Corrosion Resistant a when he sets an
    0 scenes up Francisco, Calif,
    C.tt.r.IaTrLI "nn"K' "' ''I'\lI' IIY"-I' April 14th. place will be announcd old ladles home" In an abandoned As vital as any ingredient written dim ,

    '-er. ".'.,' ';;'I,mi Cur'mnl ii....'I In I I "in httn.p. honk" :I Pure Tires, Tubes, Batteries, > next week. Anyone having gambling casino.A MI- by your doctor i fo the skill with 'which i

    0 C. '. It at "raolfo..1 COIn't; rumage to donate please' phone is filled. You brin 7:irinh I And Accessories large and capable cast helps prescription can )? > I It'
    Mrs. J. R. Kite. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright fable that the'
    inact this merry Runyon ATIENTION prescription here and be assured

    See The Latest In I __ __. __ or Mrs. L. A. Davis. which has been musically embcl- are compounded accurately by a qualiW
    -.-- --. --
    I .m shed with a bright score of tunes. registered pharmacist, who uses only th

    PULPWOOD '" If You Have highest quality drugs. You get exattll: !
    TO OWN
    SO EASY TO USE SO Recruits Must : doctor orders.

    Join Guard TI.MIJEH TO SELL

    and FARM Auto, HOME Supply TH E E.'YJ.mI. Before Recent instructions Alert for the aler Large or Small Tracts KOCH DRUG ST081[!

    B "UI 'iC' t" I'nr.n It UIIO", of the National Guard units for We Buy'AllPAY .
    It llllfl-PMOMM.M CVII. scrvlci PHONE 53
    order Into active military
    III.. *. t.n.rmtrrrtl' REMINGTON __
    Poll t _
    < II till.*:* <'. "MKPH: ...HICourt Indicate that units are tb be ordered
    IMndUon *!... Clark.nRTIIIA' the ,
    In at the unit strength as ps-fls

    __ I date of alert notification. .
    ( CAKRS--H:' up. or. I -
    .' dar 1-hiinp. taken 60-J at l>ulim.r'. <*3-ail hnpp"p, PORTABLE _..c44.I.tL4s This means no recruiting after: Write 'or Call -

    J.rY.,1) receipt of alert except to fill any i

    OKVl'INB: Indira Formona Aialonn.Hmall .. vacancies through losses fron' I DIXIE MOTOR COURT
    piiint,; branrhfil and wellri TYPEWRITERWITH -
    .. 100 fur 1750. Sit physical or other causes. B.T.THOMASLUMBER
    >iit for $2 fi to 14 Inch plnnta 11* that there '
    Flanta: : 1 It Is believed might
    dnmen ('anIelltat.np.nI. : AND RESTAURANT
    1-nn I if par: to 36.' ."..h. ltf.VlIIoiIAZtLEA AMAZING I ; ____ be many prospective recruits ,who CO.
    OAKDKNH A NG1I.IOY.inriet.n : I are delaying until the local unit,

    : Flit MIRACLE TAB ;_. la alerted before enlisting. This has PHONE 211 J I 702 N. Temple Avenue _:_ Pho
    FOR RENT:< -T.ONK l PA f.M. opponllFnrni ..
    been to be the case when
    proven I
    rii Market Kllllnic mutlonllirht '
    lunch. Kroc.ry. tern, llvlnirquArtvm. units previously ordered Into aC' P. O. Box 735; Starke, Fla.
    Fully Atiulppi*!!. 4tp4 6WANTUU
    have recruited to
    I tlve service up
    : -U..I"hl.. man with oar !J full authorized strengths at home STARKE, FLA. One of Florida's Better Restaurant!
    to 'call on fnrmi.ru. in IVadforil, 0-
    1 stations prior to date of order. ,
    County' 120 00 or more pr ".'v.
    Ni} capital' reqilr.iWrIt. Adjutant General Mark W I
    t':131; W. r..aclitr > St., N. R. f" "
    Atlanta 0.... It 4111 .., .- Lance la calling on all unit Home of PFAELZER BKOS.:

    .. and clean tabulator manders to Inform com-I
    WANTH.I"--Cnnk hoimi-kai>pi>r la lets WHENTIMETO
    clay. on pr.mlera., nnnd pay. \Vhlt. stop from keyboard level cruits of the new,policy ATAL I STEAKS

    1). C Jon., Rt. 1, Uox 10 Lnwtry.3tp 4lK.III with a dICk of the finger.USEOURNEW. '. recommend that if they are plan- ,

    Ing to join the Guard they must Direct: from Chicago, Ill.3tEU .

    SAl.K:--a (I rofrlKoratorn, do so now-not after the unit alert -
    li. 7 and 9, 145. 1135 Phllco I' It r.. I announced. -
    ft. C'nnnorvaditr with deep freea..
    top and KlHiin Inner door with It. FOR SATURDAY and SUNDAl\
    own MhtlveH. 939R Small .1.*
    CriiHl ""01' tr...*. $110. *RaiiXBplndrl TYPEWRITERCLUB Two ArrestedOn

    .r model, washIng machine, Shrimp Cocktail Supreme ___.________ _-
    !I7A..ar'-.lluotberm. Mora. apace apace heater beater,|$t2S8tudto KO.. Liquor Charges Oyster Stew __u .50 Half & Half

    rouch pond (condition $44 Turkey Broth & S chain lounven. prewar $10. each.. Sheriff P. D. Reddish announced or Vegetable Soup Cup .15
    Sofa. and antlnu rocker. to match
    PLAN the arrest of Herb Pres.
    newly upholntered In red ....lIn. yesterday DINNERS
    tripod ilnmank, $121 t antiquerockera cott and Eunice Reed on charge

    IIr,'.. and Htockwell.chair New Oil Palntlnffhv Rnitlandurnodff of selling Illegal whiskey. Both arrests Choice of Broth or Soup

    .....n. In. .,..If..1 irreena aol. were made last Saturday Roast Prime Rib or Beef Au Jus __4 .

    browna.. 2 ft.In, I deep In. gilt bv frame S ft. II mccc.lire. In.beautiful Yes by using our new Typewriter Club Plan / Prescott was released upon post- Roast Vermont Turkey. Home Spun Dressing; .

    ) over mantel Valued at small down payment will put the 'worlds I ing $200 bond and Mrs. Reed on I Baked Virginia Ham .
    .. a Pineapple Glaze
    gin fall mnrnlne-a or drop poet- .. _
    All New Remington- bond. .
    card for appointment. Mra. T.itclna. finest portable-the $100 Roast Pork Loin. Spiced Crab Apple -
    1f"nn.. Hrook.'.1. Apia." 1'. OHo into your home nowl -and you have a full The Sheriff said that three
    ... Choice of Two: Baked Idaho Potato f
    306. Starke. FI. year to pay the balance plus a mall carrying youths were arrested to breakingInto ".'
    Full HALF--Murglnha sod Hularera charge. So why wait?-come in and test type the Hicks &: Lewis beer parloi: Sprout, Peas Fanner Style Fre-h

    tomato plant Ready to .trana. this portable beauty today-try the new.exclusive at Brooker last Sunday night. Twc C TUIMIS. I-. Squash
    plant. Oood quality plant. 40o ..Amazing Miracle Tab..Glare- You've often hoard the Fresh Garden Salad
    a hundred, 11 00 a thonnand. llfcmllea features. of them. Junior Everett Miley and expression -
    Houth Kaat: of Htark at Mlnn4 proof, Finger Fitted Keys..Simplified Kibbon Harley Hodge, are still confined "that fire really. took him Hot Rolls)] and Butter Coffee or T
    Urlffla Nauman'a I'....'.. PUten ."Super l
    --!tp! Changer Frame..AND. Large Office Size MOREl It cant be to the county jail while\ the third'I to the cleaner, Don't let It Strawberry Short Cake, Fruit Jell-o Pie or Ict

    Strength was not held because he was evidently be .Maid you. Check wit h IM on
    BARBER SHOP FOR RENT or on for of printwork-beauty of
    matched beauty
    Fla. led Into trouble by the oldet' A LA CARTE ORDERS
    cnmmtHfllon banla at Rrnoker. the size for a complete 'Insurance program.ll6f.WAlNUT .
    and -and its just
    color design
    Contact I. L. Parker nrook.r.Icp
    the Sheriff said. Among the
    4IHKUIMPKHKri f. test best typing perform.lnQe-TRUL>:.. boy articles taken from the beer parlor Western Steak _____ __uu__ 2.50 aJldI
    : :, I'lilrt for aale. HI* THE ONLY OffiCE TYPEWRITER; Complete I with i D e... were cigarettes, cigars beer, I Sea Foods of All Kind-
    potted Pulnnil China pl. will bew PERSONAL SIZE! Club:
    R .k. i>ld April $ and averaaeIK luggage-type carrying cue. candy and chewing gum. I Anything in Sandwiches from Turkey
    'b.. ma'.., 4 Bllta. HaroldE'e.
    The Sheriff stated that Lonni Spicy Bar-B-Q
    : T.fiwtey gt 4111tET.IAVTT' in
    Cooper. local youth who was being j Our Capable Chef, Dick ndrum. Natheof t;'r

    ti. call MAN,,n farm.WITH... In CAR Bradford wanted held here on charge of breakingand j I nee, Invites You to Dine Where Distinguish** ,

    foiinty.all tn nil inderful I I"". > iliv' No opportunity experience Bradford County Telegraph : entering. was carried to the' PHONE 25 Assemble- for the Best Food Obtainable

    n. apltul r. .Mtlred t'erman.ntWrit. boys' reform school at Marianne I'I'Tueaday. ..
    todav SI''Neaa Co.. Pent A. I .
    Freeport 111 tip 4'* -


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