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: February 8, 1952
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03154
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Julian C (X)

U of F, Library Fla History




: Appointment of R. E. Johnson i -r Slug C

as manager of the Starke State I j 10'opjj

Farmers Market was announced. : (

this week by William L. Wilson I II' i ; % I1

director of Florida State Farm I Official County Publication Established In 1879 _

ers Markets.Johnson. who is a "dirt !I .
farmer" in his own right owningand VOLUME SEVEXTY-TI1RF.E
operating a farm at Plant !

system City serving, has of as markets been manager with for of nine the the years Plant State, ? Green Reviews His Record Board Rejects Plea

City market from 1942 to 1950:

and prior to that time serving in '

several capacities on that market, In Announcing For CongressLex

More recently he has been serving 5 : Of Business Men

as contact manager with the .', ; !::4o ..," : -, :' t',., 111.\ H, -: itflh !
Winter Haven headquarters officeof Green of Starke who K>Ted \' ,
\ .:t ::1':1 i alsit dble to obtain
State farmers markets. without defeat for 20 :years In ,
f-n, tin, home counu througr
During last spring and summerhe : / Congress qualified just before the I I federal appropriations with Pmal'local Refuses To Ash'

bought produce for a private deadline last Friday as; a candidate contributions. a city hall, fir

packer in Florida and Georgia, i- for Congress from the new
station, courthouse addition several -
and Eighth Florida District. I .
broadening knowledge
school buildings enlargementof Decision On
i I.
MAXAOKK .JOIIS' OS' pictuml '
experience in the handling of The veteran Starke political I
of water and light plant sew
I city <
alniM> insperting a pint
produce Bf-ing a farmer him figure had on two previous occasions -'I '; .
I I age disposal system and strei t A
self, "Frank, ahe is better Bradford C'mmtj's )jioM-froe/r issued statements to the
Ilt'nit'-I'olaru| 1-mimite pintle I and road paving.Mr /4 Claims Court LavIK
known among produce buyers. i i" Telegraph indicating that he would ) i Green said"During: th ", I \
by the Telegraph.green be a candidate, but his forma! J
anxious to that get .
see -
.. growers ) t .'. I and) war penod I was ablt
tull- return tor- tile expense ansi i announcement delayed until! 1 .
r' much consideration f"' .
(-3t i i 1/.1/ t ; ( "
labor torn after his qualification Friday
necessary in producing then ,
i Ild! Bradford County I I _
-I"'" 1 : :-.1.1 it''
crops while at the same time He is; married and has one onft Green said: "I am a candid. ,' .mderful local coopciathe ; 'I

urging farmers to present top E. Johnson Jr. H's family rfor:. Congress and shall b< graetu' I IK sv iiH-ii of Brad I

quality produce to the trade ,, will move to Starke at a late. for the help and support .)tn :. government becaustident maiiiissions ] \\ }I'ti more tiiaU"I II
I date. I My friends in all part of the district ; to me :ml profession.. 1'llIlIully n '
Mr. Johnson asked to takeOver
was I I .. i !u>- and citizen ot Jt in th I':' \
The new manager invites growers haveindicated their desire
the management of the I S Flu-re are groat adv to come get acquainted an Starke because his I ",any way to the I'lt. I ."'sUutU'iialit\t l ".
market of vast : -f"]
talk over tJieir marketing prob and I look most pleasantly ,, I
\ i which has residetrI '
experience with strawberries and lenis with him. : to the hope of this realization The I ....\ a I 'i\i- .1"n t i-tiing! iiji '
i- .II.ln.'e had good bus .' "','t III Bii dtu': '
leaders and associates with whom

I 'served in Congress for so I n i i iliUuiis here and, in fait \ 1 n-' ikJq gatiiin '
Mrs. Named To School Board many ;, *i during Camp Blandmgi .
Crosby ; years, many of them ar. still? ., inissii[\i' is room :to
I. I :innily believe that I cal
there and with. their ant :'ii |I''" it,t'ti Monday n.oit.spoilsman L. _
my school attendantla\\
I pulsory the of )
hrlllgahnut reoccupation .P..tar..d 1 \I "but o i' 'I' 'eo 1111'I
: experience there, it is hope tr 1" I !\ for the g\\ .'ut'\ : \I-
i my h
District SPost 'Will Go On Ballot | render if elected, a useful and At the same leglslaUseSSIon ( imp Blanding: and Crystal Lake \I I.I lit hewtolil the HIMS: "'
successful enactment ,
i helpful service to our district, also sponsored of Florida the fust law All'baand, in peacetime. then I ( ;riiArill >''\'" i t igi"- ,j. n- ,,iiiuii'trii'i! "PI'II' <" iu n'! .\ 'tis .11 I. since there were two !k_ '

pro (onveision into a permanent the Pernman building on South Court St I'll tom ci aoovc dismissing, .
I ad ; t-ach -mali
setting a
state and nation during this unI free for livestock.At up
(Ed. Note: The appointment IIf offices, however the appointment I I usual critical time." viding serum I military fort. Starke and other I: the 15-county campaign strategy are Candidate Andrews ,tlefti I and! court i in Bradford Count', ,! I
I the end of his term in the
of MrV Crosby as !School' lioarcl is for the complete uuex-i i Green was born on a small farm legislature he was elected County I I neighboring communities nt'f'dI : T. T Long who will head up; the headquarters office business Pf'oplecon-ltlt''d .

4 member" from District Three pired term, jt is sa.d. Accordingto at Lake Butler graduated from this and we are entitled to it i the best interest of all 'MM.i .
of Bradford County. servo
Judge und'r federal!
until January 19j3a"l announced those who have delved intu the the existing large to have the Supreme i' 'in'on : ,
: Lake Butler High School, and the :
] ing until his election to Congrein
yesterday by Governor matter, the School Board i$ not p University of Florida. He studied 1921. He represented the 2nd military. Green spending states prograrn'Mr. that a- acting.j Surprise Appointment Of Lex Green the constitutionality ot, t Mu, <

Warren after the following Constitutional office.It I law at Yale University, and accounting and thus determine \\hit !it, "
District for 18 and in 1942 I
years chairman the House Rivers anc1
article hail Ix-en writ ten.) i is predicted I that if Mis. and business administration -I of I be the better act to pr" i-i'it! ,'".1.

Mrs. H. B. Crosby of Brookerhas Crosby receives the appointmentand I at Harvard. was elected over three opponentsI Harbors Committee in 1941 he was The Board took I th. "-
I I the first primary for Congressman able. with the help of Florida: Is Recalled Governor\ ; "-
received the unanimous endorsement it is only to serve until the I He began teaching school in a at Large.In citizens the Army Engineers and'; :' By rren that it had already set 'u 1j; ,<.

of the School Board tc 'next election, she will likely be a claims court under th,- > '" i''
: pi
one-room school in Bradford
fill the vacancy caused bv. the candidate for the office in the making his announcementGreen other Congressmen and Senators The appointment of R A i Lex i commission expired last July. but and did not care to tak.s : \

recent death of -her husband, whc spring primary. I Ii County at the ae of 16. later' I pointed out that during his to write into law legislation' Green as asisstant state attorney I he was continuing to hold offic ther action in the niatt.i ;
served as of
was chairman of the Board. At its Monday meeting the 1 principal severa services in Congress Bradford authorizing many great project11 i for the Eighth Judicial Circuit was until an appointment. either his members based their st.,,,,i
schools in and
high the state
The Board's action was taken at Board also approved a salary increase : County realized many federal im. for Florida. These included a barge recalled by Governor Warren Mon I or his successor's, should be made letter from Attorne\ .
holds a life graduate state teach provements including a new post canal across Florida via the st.1 I I II "
its Monday meeting in the courthouse I of $25 per month for the day. by the Governor Richard Ervin which -I" i
er's certificate. At one time he office I River.1
motion of J. E. Brown of building. USO building Johns River Oklawaha Without giving reason the, Mr Williams was also in Talla- j
upon custoillan the school annex tcBUS. any I effect, that although Ilk .\.1 t' ,
seconded by L. T. John formerly known a. the I i I served as vice president of the armory. American Legion Home, I Ocala. Withlacoochee River teYsnkeetow ( Governor advised Secretary of haisee last Frday to qualify ar General could not "

of USO 1 II Florida Educational Association and county health clink Thest on the Gulf. alsc State R. A. that he I succeed himself p.i--
The appointment a successorto building. II Gray was can- a candidate to constitutionality of a 1.1.\
I and sponsored Florida's first comm were obtained with
Mr. Crosby will be named by A request for leave of absence | piaetieally n< Continued to page eight celling the appointment and suggested in accordance with the recent ac his opinion that the hnn' ,i .

Governor Warren, but has not yet I for the period beginning Feb. 16 that he return Green's fee. lion of the State Democratic Com proceed under the -pei iiI "

been announced. It is understoodthat 1952 through May 10. 193: 2. wa The surprise announcement of nuttee requiring that person til such time as the n I" -

Mrs. Crosby also has the en leceived by letter from Dr. \\'. J I 5 Entries One Withdrawal Green's appointment to the $4.500 aspiring to certain appointive settled by the courts

dorsement of Senator Charley E. I Woodham, Jr., general supervisor per year job came last Friday offices must place their names on
The business mm u I ;.. u.
Johns and other groups and individuals of county schools. The requestwas when Green received his certificateof the ballot in the spring primary. I. .
since the special act wi'I i i !I. !in
in the county. granted upon motion of J. S appointment from the Governorand He was surprised when told in .
ful h.r hi
constitutiOnality. i :
There is still some difference of Norman seconded by L. T. Johns. : Mark Political Week Here presented it to the Secretary the Secretary of State's office that I passed as a populati.m hill "<

opinion as to whether the appoint A recommendation from the of State while he was in Tallahassee "Lex Green has just turned in hisappointment "
-- - out advet tising, It \v"ul ment will be for the entire unex- Board of Trustees of Special TaxSchool also to qualify as a candidate. to your jobwhat'sthe ,
to determine at ito' '
Otter *t
pired four-year term of Mr. Crosby District I was received for I I Thomas Makes Bid Wiggins OutAsCandjdate Sheriff Reddish tor Congress. matter have you resigned?" of the two laws. ratht-i '"II t .

,.or.. only until the appro ch'ng appointment of Mrs. Alice Al Seeks Re-election The quick appointment and When Williams explained that I until it was challenged: ,u

election. 1 McCallum to the vacancy created !I For Constable 'disappointment" of Green leave his commission expired last July, later date The mm.ii| .

The law provides, it is pointedout by the resignation of Mrs. Joye !I II Ii I Based On Record 101' Hill Williams in the position he was told that there was nothing easiest way to do this tIlt- I

that in the case of a constitutional i I Boring from the faculty of Brook- '' In District One ,)I Assistant State's Attorney since-I for him to do but step aside. ness men maintained w.-ni'1\ to,

office an appointment tc 1'er Junior High. This appoint For Clerk Post Green; had not actually taken throat 1 Before he relinquished his commis- request Governor Fulli i \'. .i

fill a vacancy is good only unti!l.ment: I was approved upon motion .- : I IIII. n oi office before the appoint 111)1how"'l'r.: the Governor r"--- to ask the Florida Suu-| -:i i

the next election. In other types: I of Norman seconded by Johns ,. nWllt'as recalled \\'iI lI.tl11-' i'all: ,'" Kreen's appointmentAnother .
r> '1'.1 tat appealed
(""iuitv politi ,il I horizon this week not he should appon> i -

I Blocking And Tackling Stressed 4 I Main ue Edwards II announ. Brooker Vote Cold I Ii claims court judge CII'i j H' i '

'"' his iandidaci: i '.,univ County under prU'I"'IIIIGftneral ,

In BHS Spring Grid Sessions !. I (HiflhI.sjoneI.' fron, I 1.1Th 1'1 Set For Tuesday i Law. Th.P.M., I 't ,
:s Uth Stark ( provides that the "I'mm1', I
B'-ookerites go to the p.'ll- Takes Toll I
M I, hem be small claims coud IlId l :,
et >
Spring football practice con tice ahead a night scrimmage announcement 'un Tuesday. Feb 12. I to elect a mayor. ,

tinues at a rapid pace at B. H. S. | game for the benefit of their fans II'I'k \\eie trom thrum tW<> aldeimen.'a town clrk amit. I the general act provideth t ,r

with all the boys showing a will is planned at the close of spring'; ; bents 'seeking re-tli-t "? with( I I .,"-n Marshal. Of Bloom \ Governor appoint tht- jmlj-t S: .

ing desire to learn and gain much practice. the exception of D P ,DICk > 4'i candidate has opposition : Berry a course of action wmiM si, \ ,' i

during this short period. Coys who are out for practice !i Thomas who is making a bid for "it"" ".ii 10' man having: qualified for trouble and PXpt'nSfIt a n\ |I'"

Coach Hobbs has divided the are: Randall Martin. Gene L\ t 1? the post of Constable. DisMet" One 1"I'h, post. Another toiuli winter w'lIlh"r i \ ble 'court action to t.-st 1 -I,,' .1,

practices each day Into two sessions Ed Teston. Larry Van Shaw\\I" _: Sheriff P. D. Reddish announced M1'h"> who names will be printed \Wednt-Mla mill, mnj.;;. when the ty of the two act at a 1.1" -" >

because of the large number Dewayne Elder. Calvin / hi- i[ the business men said
Blunt candidacy for ballot follows
| 'he
I I rt--i.ecnon t on' are as : mercuiy dipped to 31.7 and thei-t-: .

of boys working out. Carl, Edwin Prevatt. Tim'al'l'en'i i the post where he i is ne,,nns ',m I. A" 2il For Mayor; Hewlett S. Ander- | was considerable: frost, brought After hearing the aiuuim' '

Johns Arley McRae. Neil Craw I Jimmie Reddish, Benny McRae, i! pie lion of his first term Hi 'iicumbenUH ) ; additional loss of bloom to Brad- the delegation ('hall, m..n M '

ford and Edward Parker are as Wayne Douglas Bobby Joe Hall. |I elect- asked for a n.t, ,..i I. II 0\'
Alderman be
II M. O. Han ell. chairman, i ( two to 1 ford County strawberry fields and jllarrell I
sisting him.Ninety Bobby Ferguson, C. W Slade. !I .IT rh I I I Henfn' II. '
I Board of '(I Clyde Cone. L. A Mott lengthened the gap to at least Commissioner L L.
percent of each session Ronald Patray. Bryon N'ewcomb, County Commissioners l I ht a.inp'n' "
L made known his Jesintl F .1 i Town Clerk. David WGreet. four weeks before heavy shipment that a resolution ,
is devoted to teaching blocking. Earl Alvarez Mike Clark Aaron LD. r.-turn the board requesting' th."i; I'
to the District Five __. Ii can get under way here
and tackling and so far Coach I I Hutcheson Ned Pringle. KennethElder filled post he ha ; !h'' : Town Marshal A. L. Gret-n to take such steps TJi. ni''i' .'. -
Hobbs i'ery satisfied with his: Milbourne Mills, Pan! the past 12 -veais I\ ,,1 I i During the week. Jan :31 lost for lack of a wl.nolVht"n 1
She.-itf P C' Reddish HIIIIOUIH > I
I II !
charges in the they are coming Mygera, Zack Crawford. J T. Prevatt. incumbent Commissioner through Feb. 6th. 523 crates of
way .
Bobby Dick .
B. ( | Thomas present .and asked bthf .l.'o-c.H' '
this w -ek that hi will b- i ; Scouts Advanced \
along with these two important I Wiggins, Donald Howard, Richard marshal of Lawtey. announcedthis \ from District Onelikewise i i fruit were sold at the" State Farmer ItIh.....
date to succeed! himsi-1'! ,ill t ::1 i. for an expression a4 'o \\
phases of football. He says next Henderson, Vernon Teston. I announced his Market for a gross! return tri
Stanley week that he will be a candidate candidacy s i By Review Board refused to grant this i-nu--s! h,
football season, the team will Clark Bobby Willis, Tom Slade. for Constable of for re-election.. spring primariHavin i growers Of $3,023.01 Prices were
DistrictOne. the office the business anti profl".llInal m-
ben eli-itnl t I to
have much and Thomas i At Rotary Club weak due to green-sided berrie
improved blocking Moore. Clinton Crosby, I State Senator j
Charley E. Johns foul' ShrIll t IU''I COmml..' oner J C I'n-vat'\ "I d i
tackling.Last Marion Harrington. J. R. Beck. ; "Believing that our homes our who passed the Friday deadline. | yidi.s ago : and generally poor quality follow he considered the m.iu.iti :' don
the disJi: has been instrumental insolving i Ten Boy Scouts of Troop Tfj freeze the last two
Friday at practice boy Bruce McGee. Jerry Colle ', Albert without lug: on days
) children and families deservethe opposition, hi of Irvin l lt-t'-i II
our expressed ? I the basis i <
some of the most !senou.crinies their Second Class :
engaged in a rough scrimmageand Newman, Bobby Cockrane. thanks to j pissed tests al t'of t January. .. :. .
protection of law enforcement, the people of Bradford! Wilson ana Jessie r < nt: I in'
in the history of Bradford: Review held th
| Board of
a at
again Tuesday and Thursday. Eugene Starling and Daniel: Ma The most complicated
With another full week of County. :regular Wednesday luncheon meeting I
prac sey. bestowed week" is as follows: "
service if elected Mr. Thomas i upon him. the which' : past remarked that: thi riu-
perhaps was case in of the Rotary Club. ( .
--I said, "and will appreciate your The week was marked by one the late Dave Silcox.) a prominent II IUa Crates AVJJ down into politics. \.u' k Ii".'

BHS Girls Win Two Games, Boys Take One consideration and support." surprise withdrawal when Ode A I cit'z..n. was murdered by three of Second Those Class advancing were to Wayne the rank Mun-of ,I!'!I jan. 31 21 8.46\ County Judge 1K; fMi-n,,".

. Wiggins announced that he would the m.Ht notorious criminals whe Feb. 1 51 who is now serving a- sm.ili 1 III"i -t
Past Week dorff. Smith 9.271
During ; Play Williston Devoe Bobby Shull,
Harrell Announces i I drop out of the race for Clerk ever operated in the Southeastei Don McClane, Gerald Willia'ms, 'I\Feb. 2 48 court judge under the "I"- ..ii '

With the basketball season! pa.tthe the team and probably will round For CommissionerFrom I I of the Circuit COUrt. part of the United States Glenn Reddish. Charles Kirkland. I Feb. 4 101 6.92 was present and said he had i 1''' ,'I

So well have the law enforcement Feb. 5 221 5.67 jection to the Board making '
halfway mark. the BHS girls into his old playing fashion before 1 I Roger Williams. Jerry Gibson and I
came through with two decisivt tournament time District Five I II officers conducted their offices Art Patray. Feb. 6 72 8.82 request to the Govemoi I f..II <)ti .

wins in the past week taking II. Tonight ( Friday 1 the boys; an was
Green Cove 72-42 and Live O.IK I i girls travel to WiUinton for County Commissionci M 0 I i dish said. that this year for thf. ed for Friday morning, but a good I special act

61-37 The ,varsity boys brokc !, return games.Villjston beat I Harrell announced this week that first; time the Fine & Forfeiture, Rotary In observance of Boy rain Thursday wet the ground and In their petition tl... bii-.i

even winning from Live Oak and Starke's girls one point heie in !jhe will be a candidate to succeed'j To,!'I Tornadoes Fund i is being entirely financed !, Scout Week which' is being All heldthroughout would minimize damaging effects I men pointed out th;>' IIUM'I': jproperty ,
thl. ation. members -
losing to Callahan. The B boyf January while the varsity boys j himself as County Commissioner by fine and costs; and not One l of the cold. in the county p;.\ ,ir"nfTS.OGO

suffered another loss to Callahan.also. 1! heat Williston's boys. !I of District No 5, comprising! New ,, cent is levied against the tax payers j of Troop 70 were guests of I A new manager. R. E Johnson in taxes about halt! 1II it"/

The Junior High boys came | Next Tuesday night. Feb. 12.I River and Brooker Precincts ,II Lettei.seif- awarded to 2:? of the County for this purpose. Rotary at the luncheon. arrived at the market Feb. 1. He I II total amount roller ttd! PI "I "

through with two wins beating tlu boys' A & B teams entertain I In announcing his candidacy I members ot the 1951 football squad I He said that this should be of C. H. Quick was in charge of suggests that it would speed up I I county annually. In MA. "r 'h-! :

Lake Butler 45-29 and Lawtey I Palatka here. while Bradford girls Commissioner Harrell said that at 'of Bradford High and two managers major interest at a time when the i) the program and introduced As- operations if growers would have 1 fact the petition poi iterf 'i'was .

*>o 4, play in Palatka. the request of many of his friends I j I at general assembly Mon hugh and cry almost everywhere i ir I sistant Scoutmaster E. T. Shull the cover to one crate of fruit I felt that the ( i/mnu"- jo' -

In the games with Green Cove | and because of his desire to be of day afte.noon; at Bradford Park against high taxes. I who spoke briefly on matters pertaining loosened ready for the buyer' i'i should cooperate in helping: I.. -. '

and Live Oak, Miss Bishop's girl' i Rites Wednesday .'!service to his District and to the Coach Hobbs made the presentation to the Troop and intro inspection without loss of time J| lip a small claims ('nnri h-

encountered very little trouble and Cqunty he is again offering himself of letters to the following: duced the boys ScoutmasterCecil i authority could not b > qiisti.! ..-, "
J. M. Edwards Jr.'I He also that load
had an easy time through both For F. B. Beeman, for re-election Carl Laniar Johns. captain of thi- Sewell also participated in their crates suggests HO that all growers points of I Also at the BilaJ'11| 4 M, ", I

games. The visitors were no match 1'j j year's team: Arlev. McRae, m-__ Enters Race For the program.The I S I meeting! Miss Eth\ 1 Hl l P!1'.....,, .. ; ,
Of He
Formerly Starke W3.elt.'ti"d years ago and I P-- berries are turned to the rear of .
for the starting six so the sub? captain; Earl Brad Club is the ( trirt Home re!it. <.lr"I"I: 7'\i...
Ah'arez.only Rotary sponsoring
played a majority time of the Frances Bt't.'rlBeemall.. 66. for the past ten years has served ford boy to be selected on the County CommissionJ organization for the local I I the truck. This enables the buyer and j jI j I I I requesj i t b"I'] .t ,i t'i.) .
them easily
more I
games In fine fashion to mort the'' as Chairman of the Board and during -; East Florida All-Conference team inspect '!'of'. Miss Doi'it'iv HI-i. ', .
former owner and operator of I Main ice Edward< Jr ymint Troop 1 quicklv tile IK"w' manager said .
than hold their own and up tin this he has Aaron Hutcheson. Home Demonstt ttioi \.r': ,. rjcieaherl
Starke time consistently Milton Molt
Bedding Co died Sunday: can 1 I. man-farmer of Staike. annoUnced ,
score considerably; Jackie Tanned 'I Wiley Coley. Jimrr.ie Rowe. Delano : $25 pti't: 1' :, '
afternoonS Feb 3. in Alachua worked for the betterment of his this week his candidacyfor FundA I
and Agnes Lawson. as forwards General Hospital I Thomas Randall! Martin N'ei1 Red Cross j McCarty Meeting I tFf-b 1 After consi'ler I' n') 'h
distuct and for the county as a County Commissioner frorr
outstanding.The Crawford. Vernon Underhill j request Miss RII.S wa' at'! 'i1! f
j Mr Beeman was born Nov"9 I District Three South Starke
Junior High boys with whole Wayne Douglas. Mike Clark, Edwin I Red Cross fun'1 anlpalg-n : n l."i increase eftectivel.i L 1 1I
b J1SS5 in Ontario Canada. Heoperated Mr Edwards is a native of Bradford H: Tuesday Night .
only one defeat also had an easy Prevatt. Billie Weldon Arthur be held to. It was derided tn, ( ,\A:i for s. ii

time with Lake Butler and Laws I' his business; here for Prevatt Seeking Winkler. One McGee. E<:? County and a graduate of planning meetl1i11 I II i ed offers to sell a ('1.' u <1 ,'r ..-

Icy, Stanley Clark continues to several years. but had recently j i i Teston. Sidney Jackson Zack BHS. He is president of the night ( Friday I at 3 o'clock m the I Ctrl( J<''hns. county chairman of half ton flat dump bml. ni' k .f. "'.
I moved back to Gainesville, where
pace the scours, getting 19 and i he was located before coming here I I ReturnToPost I Crawford. Bobby Crews. Gary Bradford County Cattlemen's Association Methodist! Church recreation I the Dan McCarU campaign forces dual rear wheels. Th- ...ft'T"

18 points respectively. The Ak- As Commissioner Garner and Edward Parker been active in rooms. The annual drive whiclij 1 announces that an organization:
I and has tell will be opened b\ th'Bi reI
survived his widow
ridge twins. Edgar and Edward, He is by I 1 The two managers receiving will be planned al t meeting will be held in the court-
March 1, "
played a fine floor grtne. { Mrs. Lola Beeman and several J. C (Carli Prevatt this week I their letter were Richard Hender- the Future Farmers of America, j begins will receive, house Tuesday night Feb. 1%. at at 10 a m. on Monday. Mill' h '
1 workers
i this time, and .
receiving the American Farmer sellers mMtd) ''
The varity boys and LiOak stepchildren. I announced his candidacy for reelection SOn and Sonny Tenly. ,! 7:30: o'clock Everybody ii cordially The proposed are

kept pace with each other the first Funeral servicesVCre held Wed1 as County Commissioner Nine of the above letter winners Degree highest award made by I instructions invited to attend name a cash price, pn<'f ir, d.i -.
half, but Bradford pulled away in 1 nesday; morning at 11 o'clock in I from District One. Lawtey. He have finished their playing career that organization.He I lInin Robbins has been name'I I is serving as tarred PfIp'r.- and a trade i" a1-
the third period and kept continuing r I 1952 fund I II J R. Wainwright
to for the DeWitl C. Jones Chapel stated that if elected he would II I for BHS but prospects are bright is married Ho the former \ chairman of the MtCarty organization Io1I"\n. '. ,"r t Dodge tn.k: r.. ;
score an easy victory A. Toro e co-chairman
Delano Thomas now recovered!\ Gainesville. Burial was in- Ever' i continue to serve the district and! for another successful footbal'I Betty Long of Brooker and they'\ Bradford Couaty. John. \ in Bradford CouotT . r: .rd.Yonge. .

from a football injury has joined I green Cemetery, Gainesville. f 4> 0vmty tu.UlA> best,-of his ability l ream in 1952.fr have one son. Thomas Mitchell. is chapter chairman.i
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i = Y. ITJlBrAUY 8, 1951 e et'
County TelegraphESTABLISHED OUR DEMOCRACYby Ma I j Navy and she lia. no one to drive i OITICE SUPPLIES I' eI I
the To< liar.- :::ritt, ,
] car. rriniriirr
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and therwi.e ,
.uML'ss t i- I 1345; joth the a'l.! : i' i
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Pomp Padgett is slowly improving .\THltIWOIm :;.tll Frarvis, ,. California .nUt' lid rnnplanl uiil: i br Lin.t ; .:, ,
1879 E, L. MA'ITHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR -"nf"" rd I- .
MEN** TRUE"I I from the paralytic stroke I j .irt' hereby notified that a This n. ti.} ;jou .
suit for ilixone has e shall \d-' p;jl.-! I 1
Published Every rnaajrClass and Entered as Second he had some time back He can (0. TKLEGKAPH: 'against t \ "ii In the above been named filed once ea.-h week for f :11 ..n"-ei 'i. .'
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Ha. I THE TWO FUNDAMENTAL (IN OUR. AMERICAN SYSTEM I. t get up by himself and can feet! 'n''.>'urt-* ,- OF himself, but cannot walk \II l ill: 'III U'I'IUC era copy of. your an- Dated II'I d.ty f ,,, ,
JUSTICE ARE: THE LEGAL PROVISION THAT A Pi R:.SONON yet In t Ir.ult! (' s r or pleading to the complaint n;;; J
TRIAL MUST BE PRESUMES INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN Bryan Carter came by Sunday I'lorliln. : In Chanrrrr''urt llrinlfonl Count;' >Frank.n the I."Plaintiff"Irum, Attornl''I', I pI'FII'1I.. s..1.' \, rItt 1" ,.
tarKe. Florida.
Member 7/ 1952 to Mi. '
see Strickland T"IUI.1 ,
and also tc U st |" I .1..1.I
f 6UILTV- AND THE RIGHT OF J : ; Ma: I11ae'1'o i and fit:; the original ill the offl'* of I
B/ }VIt'f. WHICH r find out if he had any pea seed for I >\' .'T. !I. d" \ ".. '"I. rk "f the ,'.r'bit( Court (on I V I' "
PROTECTS THE INDIVIDUAL AND SAFEGUARDS SOCIETY: sale. He contracted for > \pprnr lit reho 3rd day of Marc, !
1 three ack-
Subscription $V75 Annually f 1.50 For Six Months I'I' of purple hull and one sack of old l 1 f
field crowder peas for seed! He :

l i (I I surely going to do some farming): 2nd BIG WEEK NEW ITEMS NEW\ \
I i I I II Ii having Sunday Junior evening, while we wet t' PRICES !
I I, I'I Training Union oui
i nephew Sidney Strickland ai.d: l
his son Junior, came from Stark &

VIEWPOINT ttuIn to.. see "Uncle Jim', They helped 33rd Anniversary Sale"
I u with the services and had ,'
; I' I nice: long visit. They said that
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: i Strickland is not recovering ,
Important Guy RightlYOll..' !-" jSfew / V i from his operation a* they had
I hoped Seems he has develop 1mhnti

Well, this is a presidential election year and the "forgotten or some affliction. pu>bivilv ,

man" (the voter) will be wooed with honeyed words and hear ,,of caused from having to takemtiih
eight or ten &
again and again how important he i is, until he will be temptedto i;;;,i-! i day. Sid's mother. Lizziex
I! x> !t.;, '! !n,1., is 519TY /
answer doubtfully : "Who, me? And in sections where along juti ff'j

city, county, state, as well as national posts are to be filled : I ,' little I Sunday School,! hen! --_ -1

the voter will he under a barrage which will leave him just ''I messing well as far as at --- "

about deaf from the radio, and blind from television. Jl I-1-n.,!. ,. ,i- concerned We have :tjOOD ;";s- /
i r I illi'd. and all 24 were -
We'll have a lot of fireworks this year. The primaries, Sunday. prey.jt 1'l :rs

the run-offs, the two conventions and then the national M! Strickland says that Sri 1!:. .. -- --- fLIuunn

election in November. There are a few rumblings heard now ;if" .* n1 able to make a crop th ; \I k :1 .
\vat he is wanting to sell h '
and then, the clouds:! are gathering, and it won't be long be- 'i-111.! hoot 20 or 25 sacks ot -<-f

fore the rest of the world will be treated to the great American i" I i- some seed corn and wdi"'i: t t a
: knots what else 152 Call Street
You know he
spectacle of democracy at work. *-"- & i 1.
{ ?*?*&F : ti-allv weak and not able to u.' t- Everyday
This will be the first national election in which television /' .SrT=Tj aA "i \\htii he talks like that at tin Starke, FloridaSwift's

will play an important role. It may well be that at the con- r I j I I time of year. He: is really no: abl.to Specials Too I' 11

r -. ',. ..r. I farm. s(, it is; b<>tW th.it hell ,
ventions this year the various candidates may be ruled out what he dot.n.t need But ..\ > --
by the that be-not because of lack of ability but I all he Famous Shortening
powers a IT IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP TO: SuaaOZ;: '" i I hope it-giiiL- IllsGRAHAM strew; :

because they do not have television appeal. AND STRENGTHEN THIS SYSTEM OF JUSTICE &v SERVICE ON 4 ; II

But to get back to the "forgotten man" (the \'oter"e) JUK.Y-TO REGARD IT AS A DUTY !0 BE ACCEPTED WITH I PX :rr I i "lif C

have a word of caution for him. As the campaign warms AND EXERCISED WITH+ FULL REALIZATION THAT &UCHIS 5 :RLic;
up, Joe Voter is going to get a more and more exaggerated(I I I It.\- Mrs. John McKinnyMi

sense of his own importance until by the time election day -,-- ,

rolls around he i is going to. feel that he i is" really Somebody. I and MisV B Johnson

We hate to do it, but we must remind him that campaign I'k. I ind: sun of Lutz were weekendii.sts --
LONG BRANCH !of the John McKinneysMis
Gold Medal Plain & S.R
promises unfortunately seem to be made only to be broken : Lizzie Hines is spending

and that his importance before election will be matched or Hy Mrs. J. L. Strickland I ,I'.0 i while with her daughter Mi VAC. PACWED+' )!E lU,I I }I.9I!.,. FLOUR

overshadowed by his unimportance AFTEU the election. But I I Starling "
Several Jueiui.- ca.n t > see u:' The V L McKinneys: and the -
for the time being, and as long as the campaign is going on DISLIKES 'UTTEIUUT.V I-t; week saying ihehad b John McKinneys were fishing d 'j COFFEE

John Q. Public is going to be a mighty important guy. Too "ome uneasy about uknowing Deleon Springs Saturday 5 Lb. 49cFla.
Deai EditorI Mi Strickland was* on the sick John Moo.li and the Ervin I 1\ n-;
bad the feeling can't last.
am one ot those pineleged to 1M, and not seeing any news item? visited Mrs Oval's father, :M Crystals Fcty. PackSUGAR
live on Kingsley Lake. I enjoy it in the paper last week from Long Lewis, in Jacksonville Sunday.
How Long Is A Voter's Memory? a great I'cal.' I also enjoy the Branch. Mr. S is feeling some Mrs Russell Starling and chit! 79&

i I Ii drive. to and from my Work .in 1' better and as I didn't know much teen of Palm Harbor are spending Lb Can
It is clear to all that the forthcoming fight for the Ke--I i itarKe.- hut- one aspect 01- me II'f interest last week I just got this week with her parents.:
drive is becoming increasingly less 1 lazy, and didn't write and Mrs. Carl Jones. Russell i- ii' 1L'PER ffJ11
publican Presidential nomination will be one of the hardest ,!
in history. The backers of both Taft and Eisenhower are enjoyable as more and more trash Sunday Jan 27. we attendedTadgett the veterans hospital in Lake CiH -- 51b1.45c
and garbage is appearing on the 1 church and Rev C. E, The Berry Dyals !spent Sundae
passionately devoted to their causes and!} both are firmly the Dibble with their ,
edges of highway daily be- of Penney Farms 'deliveredfine son-m-Jaw and daughter -
convinced that their man is the best bet-not only in qualifi- ''tween the Lake and Starke. *, message on Faith. He ha? the Carlton Datives! in WaldoMi
cations, but in his chances to win the election. : We residents of the Lake dc another appointment for Feb. ::tat and Mrs Ernest Ortagu.s '01 Blue Bird or Donald DuckOrange)

On the Eisenhower side, one of the most potent arguments -I';have a garbage disposal problem the same little church and i iF I Jacksonville spent, the weekend
i is that he is the only available Republican who could i and most solve it by burying iton trying to help out until another i with her mother Mrs. Kat-: l/2c

hope to unify the country and have any'chance at all of defeating their premises or carrying it pastor can be selected and established Starlings Juice 14
Mr. Truman or any other Democratic nominee. back off the highway when dump, there Hu wife and and airs Duggar Jonei i 46-oz
ing it. This allows it to disintegrate Gardner accompanied him, 1Ir".I. Sampson visited ner aunt, \11-:
The Taft aggressively denies that their candidatelacks
camp and return to the elements they all told the writer how Edd Parrish, Sunday. Mrs.. Pat
political appeal and he is widely accepted as the em- without becoming unsightly. The they enjoy this column, and mi s- rish is confined to her bed becaus.of
bodiment of the Republican Party even to the extent of system, while not perfect work it when we fail to write. We aou ? of an infected leg. Blue Bird or Donald Duck
being nicknamed "Mr. Republican" himself. : when all cooperate. But when be glad to become better acquainted HoraceIcKinnpy: of Lutz ua-'

On the Democratic side there is still considerable speculation 1 some few . even a very: few I(I with these folks as well a? home over the weekend 1
concerning Mr. Truman's intentions. There is a growing u unthinking! toss their garbage others from Penney Farms. We invite :\11.1. Delma McKenzie and baby l/2c
feeling Washington circles that the President "has 'out of their carS. letting it fall or. you to our house to services of Jacksonville were here Sunday Gr'truitO'Sane Juice 46-oz 14
the shoulders of the highway, it any Sunday yon can attend I Those visiting and shopping n'
had enough, that he is disillusioned over friends who have
looks bad, it smells bad and it. Mrs. Terrell Hickey was here Starke the past weekend were Mi s
let him down, and that he will not run again. Senator Ke- J I makes other people think less of 'from Jacksonville! last week to Irene Rathff. Mrs. L Dempsey '' Brand
fauver, who recently announced his candidacy for the WhiteHouse Kingsley Lake residents see her dad J. L. Strickland.: She I Mrs Horace Cain. Mrs ties i iMaitineau
is an aggressive and personable man whose name has I wonder if all we Kingsley: : doesn't get to come see us very Mrs Clare Rard
become almost a household word but apparently his an- 'Lakrs couldn't pull together tc often nOW since Terrell is in the 1 and Mis Horace Schofield 0I

nouncement has met with a cool reception in ome parts of make each of our drives to and ', .-. -, -.. .---,--- -" _. Blended Juice4400Z 14
the country-notably the South from work mote pleasant, earn

It is top early to assess, of course, just what effect the the expect: of highway traveler
and increase!' our s-df-respect by I Born 500 Years Too Soon l ......
Internal Revenue Bureau scandals and other unsavory de- :' keeping our own_ community high, ,
\velopments governmental circles in recent months will i, way to town clean ? '. I II-HItot. Del Monte

have on the election. I! Sincerely.A I Catsup Bot. 21c

Everyone kicks at the tax collector as a matter of course, Kingsley Laker t';, .
but en'n'one-up until a few weeks ago-assumed that the : I X'uKlinr's Pti

, Bureau of Internal Revenue was as honest as they come. To LIKFX m'CEH.'IEW: I 0-. : Crust Mix pkg 14 .
find out differently was a rude shock, and the general public, I Dear Editor:: t:. e l I No :i.i( : ( an Earl I'rtnir
already smarting under heavier and heavier taxes, has turned i I would like to compliment you .: .: / I
whopping mad. I I for printing the letter from Dr / r ; ..' ASTOR Ext. Fancy Patna Peas 2 cans 25c

1I0wevelthe American public has a rl'markahlhnrt, 1 Kucera in your paper of Jan. 11I It
:No :303: huImtJ hist iiil ( nn
memory, and if the present movement to clean up the Ill]} j I I The most of our newspapers art
and other :|i merely loudspeakers for some of 3 lb Pk9 290 Corn 2 cans 29c
governmental departments H sincere and result g
I I the news bureau-* and special in
producing, the hard feelings may fade away by election time I i Iciest groups. Any letters or ii; I nan \si., ,, Blad<

and thus become a negligible factor at the polls. Only time i other news items which seen)i ii \ Peppej can 19c
will tell. slanted just light t.
i fill merely help 0 __. __ __ ....-.n.z-rz _, _-="""" _=
tile waste basket You an
,1 Pretty Special Kind Of Guy suspect and considered pinkish foi 4. Corn-Fed Rib Knd. Loin
e e.\pres-ing ideas that t don t fall

((1x1. N'oi: The following article appeared| | in :\"t'hra..l.a nrrwvntly. \\..,,:tlit'{ r.. 1:; into the correct groove

It \\a- \\ritlrn I liy one "f the stale's lop farm rrMirtrr| >: I I ilon t know Dr. KiueiM hut a
'I' from, his letter he has eudentlbeen : > Pork Roast 45c
ik role Camp, Dirtvior of Intnnn: lion, :Nebraska faro Bureau, ant 1 lb
doing some thinking of hiow :
re-released to this IW""l'apt'r| l h\ the 1'loriil.i .'..rm Bureau'sinter : 11. This program of Total Con ,
Park Of fur! ). _
to :- script ion of Men Materials an<-' i i ,
Money that he proposes in certainly i '" ... .. ,.
Era..n !I-="' '-' :" .f "-"' r
Did to think that well in line with my own I .,
you ever top an American ia pretty I' I S (trade"tIIU11
special kind of human being? Because the average Americanhas I thinking especially so since my I .
I return from servue illYorlo! I I.:' ( rmui Hi andl rt'd\\
always been willing to work hard dream a lot about new J War II.
I After seeing the incrfd
and better ways of doing things, and has not been afraid ible waste and stupidity pi.uu- of being original Americans as a "nationality" have a : during the War wevei"r mini1 'i JI iA

standard of Ih'inghigher than any nation ever enjoyed be lately: subjected to a <(< ontiniiatii.i 4/: : p BACON
fore. of it in war surplus d!: j p'..-ti St S '"i _-: : ,Ir

With seven per cent of the world's population and six-: that our price system could pr"I I

per cent of the world's land area, Americans have: more of I j teed with its liquidation of OUt '
the things that make life good other nation. ![ natural resources. Who will pa\ t f than any !'for II
our next war We
Then'I are
,6 f' are enough automobiles America so that there i is I I ling deeper in debt by several bile go ) Legs Lb. 79c Chops LB. 98c 45tZ
every four Americans ; enough radios for one to every threeAmericans 1 lams a year with just a "policeaction" I i&:

.r ; enough telephones for one to every five Americans I The banks and insurance I : .... (..".', I.t.,.. d k L a. U I LB.
Available to Americans is 46 per com of the world's I i companies are overburdened" with .. '....

electric supply ; :,10? per cent of the railroad mileage ; 40 per' government bonds now and Fir l Stew Lb. 29c Chops Lb 89c ,. .. "

r cent of !the telegraph wire mileage ; 32 per cent of the world': sure able to no do other so. group Unless is a financially THIS YEAR, all over the ciu!h/ 'd v .,:.;i t:t.-. :ouoth anniver- =--; ; .. : ti

r productive capacity ; and 61 per cent of the world's oil installed in the programis nary of the birth of the gre;at rti.-t- Dentist= Leonardo da
An American buys cotton stockings with one hour's labor :; :which will eliminate any near additiona'future i i ii Vinci will be celebrated. These j are but two of the many rnven- LAMB SHOULDER ", 49c Squares lo. 29c

ftxxl requirements:, of his family and eats better than a citizen i government debt, this country will tions that came newly-minted from '
Leonardo's mind just about the ink di-pa.ed! ; in the offices of the ........ ... .
of any other nation. An American works three hours to> suffer a collapse that will make !' time Columbus tripped over Amer- I||,, International Business Machines 1nID..xrr.In"!"" r>::"-=-: "" -rco.= <-==:r. .. .._

provide five people with their daily food requirements. A 19:!9-1933 look like a picnic j i ica on his way to the Indies. These :j jCorp.' owners of the models, in awide Superbrand : .'
Russian works nine hours for the daily food needs of five Dr. Kucen's letter: was; shownme first known examples of a mechanicallydriven i II public preview of the exhibitions -
r'ersons. by a friend who saw it while vehicle and the air- to be held in museums duringthe JOE CREAM
An American cotton on a visit in Florida. Again let'II plane are only a small fraction! of anniversary year of 1952. Tomatoes 2 Ibs 29c2pt39c
buys stocking with one hour's labor; :'I the work of this inventive genius
The of
me congratulate and I flyer Leonardo's plane, his
F you urge f
t. A Russian works 24 hours for the same stocking; He works'': continuation of of I who, in addition to painting such feet in leather stirrups: connected! 1
your policy masterpieces as the "Mona Lisa" ,'
k three hours to buy a cotton shirt ; A Italian 320: hours. He', news gathering and printing which: and "The Last Supper," foreshadowed : by pulleys to the wings, moved his'! 7rC -
works three hours for a pair of galoshes ; the Russian 160) isn't afraid to be different 30 long'' many of today's devices in feet up and down to' flap the wings. I Gal -
hours. He can buy his wife a good coat with 73 hours of f a<; it is correct. i iI his mechanical studies.: Why he. The machine was raised and propelled J. .l )
work ; a Russian: would work 1.000 hours Yours for Total Conscription. ; even inverted a jack as if in anticipation through the air by the arm- Dixiana Frozen oes 25c
bUthe ;
; to same |I' of the trouble we'd run into operated windlass. It was.no jet-job, ( U la JibsStrawberries
-coat. He can buy himself a wrist watch with 30 hours of E \V. Pace | with our present-day development but the theory behind it was scientific .
labor;.a Russian would work 1,600 hours for his wrist watch. 205 McMakm: Dr. i! of his original automobile. I as was all of Leonardo's work. -
i .t; Greenville. S, C Models: of Leonardo's inventions, i Lack of a convenient power supply

We think we're pretty. lucky to be an American. How I\i, Midget I'mcil-sharpener*. U..r.I', ((|,triple-tier including such machine diverse gun items and an as air a was plar.e'a probably crash, the the first cause since of the the 3 16ozPkgs 99c EGG S Dozen 53 CM

about you? j for home UM. Only $t,8.1.raJ. : indtioner, are now on: tour boy whose wax wings melted when
ford County Telegraph. throughout: the United States, be- he few toa close to the sun. t
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, Self Should Obtain I Farmers Raise Food Production I:.,fIcd.d! '..-.pa url.n-'i.""j .,..,..,.r. ,tV.r.d >above i.Uare nam-rr&i.d -I, dence You i>are-. Oi..ilia.. ... I j : Appear.-.. I YIiida: .. (.........,..
Employed ; Swan )h" >
ii 'On. .. pof >'>.ur ann suit for 1111111' I{ i w < rest-. II .. | Jan. "alaw Konk' it. .

By 10 Percent in Last 10 YearsBy I "S\1.tl r ti-'ir J'l.i.i 1.I'n":! T.ff',j\t'I".'rri th..mplamt.->'. T. Frank I Court against"ii.1 nil 'a in!' { c o'Morgan- !C,'n; T Hall., A Sem'-- 'v r. rul Mary
l.rfmirui. I Data On Social Security Coverage Ihf original ,n thr. .-!tIC.. ..f the Wf'r ?r ple.idinjr 1 1'1\0'! e hl" l...eii fil.ii I ToMal'> M h. 'S Ci
ri ,
; -rk "t ihr Circuit ( (.urt on t-r itire on the Plaintff h's.reid n
Since became available \ -i! :n tlit) ahu\1 named I"
IRA MILLER electricity
I f the Srd day of March 1952: : Douglas .Vi 5 t.\ ,.. ,.., I Ton jtie h.-r.I.\t i", .
, Farm Electrification Bureau to millions of farms agricultural en- "tht-rwl'f' the allegations of said Bonville, Florida, ser\e II .. .ana opof>ou ale rr- I tll' "I'. t,.,. I
Many self-employed businessmen fits become i gineers have taken the reins off their mplainl will be taken as t0nf"cd lal in the ..rfi..- pleading the c"oi\our. ,an. -. __.
payable. to -" ,
'" 'iti
this impossible I dreams to by;! ;>! i.j| ,Circuit Court on I n.ip M
The answer to seemingly imaginations and put their : J'laintiffv \" < I i. 1 .
Are not aware of their compulsory I 3. The self-employed person I j This nine j-hall be day uf March. 1 ; III. -"' .1 'il I \ e
situation is in one word- work in all types of farming. In the i published Selden ? .1\ u I'I ." .11.1 'I"' ,,' d .
. coverage in the old-age and survivors must have a social security account mechanization.. That means tractors fascinating field of farm ctrifica- I I I I once eat'h week for four consecutUe"Wffks allegations: of.. liirirl. ., '1.11,1.1 i i h, ..I' h,n.d I '" Idlllj.( r"'t\) 111. 1"11'1.1.! i
b .
in the taken .. ,
Bradford as '
insurance provide number to identify the earnings and other tion of the I i County Telejpraph tfi. e th rink i f tin "> tin I iff v MI..r i i.li'.
system combines corn pickers research here are a few j This notice ',,.,
"tirt on hefoie :1"11! 11"11/1. ..
.r the > I. h l I'
by the recent changes in the social to be posted in his insurance machines in the fields milkers, newest activities which show promiseof I Dated this 30th day of January, once each week in:.;!. oiherwi.-e Ui- onvill' .. K'!, i'id.i u..iiiil I f '.:" -" >.1,1 \-
security law, effective January 1, account feed grinders welders and a host of success- ]!'i;;:? weeks: in the vvVYWYV1VY1'F., of. said Complaint will t In the offu '..f "., "f'riKal : '
other electrical helpers around the (OFFICIAL SEAL graph as < onfeetl l>\' you :'Circuit Court !I.. f. -i
heat condition on 'I '
Di-electric to )
grains A J. 'I.
1951. Leo J. Wilhelm If have Thomas! hated this !;; ..
field repre'Ientative you never had a social farmstead.The I and forage; increasing the effectiveness Clerk of the Circuit Court I. 195! st-- hall hr' tii'.hed. I I,day of Mari-h !1">'. .1. ,.... t1.allegationc .
of the Gainesville Social security card. fill out an By Myrtle T 11.\1'1'. lputy week for four oonM < lIt I\I of -.1 .1 < i t u ,'
of cif-rk.
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apPli'l work of devising new ways of sprays by placing electrical (OFFICIAL the Ii'a.tt..nll''II''I\. (lie taken r.-if. ..
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Security Administration office re- cation for one, on hand easing the farmers' burdens; devel- charges on plants as well as in spraysat :222: : Clerk I ,
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noti etuill l iliO! '
Uv. Myrtle T t
ports however, that a substantial post office, and send it to the the time of application: automatic !, thi i :"!m h ila\ ..f .lanuaiv once rtdt ui',1.I t ft "'i'i i'UMX ,
number of the businessmen he Gainesville social security officeIf I ; --.---. -- .. : livestock feeding assembly which I J j i In Irrult>'' 1'111TO(' 'f''I-Ut I. SEMi A, J Thomas week'UI the Mi.iiltniil, 1 -v Tt ;,
"urI. Hradforit ( ,. graph
questions knew of the tax liability you have lost your card you S. draws grain and mill feels from cribs II, M..rtU; In < hantrrj. ounf. I ..Clerk of the Circuit Court Dated tin rsi-t dIor. Ja'111.11 \
--- and bins to be ground mixed and T Denver Deputy "ierk211t |
-- iloilis Tu<'k-r- Maint'ff. 1'5!.
they were incurring all through should ask for a copy. You shoulc \ > Dna :Mtnci: : 2!
correct proportions to S Tucker
:- conveyed in I'tfrndan III i OFFICIAL SKALl A. J Thorn
I'lrrult I'nurl.
1951. The tax liability for 1951 have only one social security number : .- each manger; development of auto- II Case No 11930: Florida. I In ('ha I I I Clerk of the t'lr..uit "0'11'
becomes due and payable in the in your lifetime. matic electronic egg grader and the I %efIee. To .ppi'.r. llan.ld Swan. Pk i: 70 IflMMK 1111- .\ rile! T P"I\; rr. Pi-inity 1"r!.
4. 1 T. r>c.n.. $. Tn' k. r, wh".. r'YYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy '''- Swan, .. .. ('....rl. iIr4("v.t <'"UIIIN. .' t' 4t .' J:
first quarter of 1952. and .each 4. Self-employment earning 1 study of electric lamps and traps to

I year thereafter. An equal numberof must be properly reported each 1: attract and kill such pests as the corn '! ,.'W'W'. wwwwwww'uqw, . . . T"T"TTTTTT"TTTT yvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.vvvv.vv'p . . .
borer, and tobacco and tomato born
self-employed failed to realize I year to secure credit towards the 'v* / I', '4
j worm.
their self-employment earnings insurance. They are reported by '4
I I | Invisible radat.on. radio frequency, )
after 1950 were building toward the individual on a special sectionof magnetism, micro-currents and ultra- I 1f ..--i I- *4
old-age and survivors insurance his individual income tax form sonics also are being tried in various I I'A C:? irli I 4
protection for themselves and their i 1951 earnings will be reported or. I I ways to help the farmer cure, pre- 4
families. Mr. Wilhelm pointed the income tax form due by March serve and in general put a better I '
product on the market in an easier, cL)1LC2J .DCt/i .
out that the small businessman 15, 1952. A self-employed persor i, 5 more certain, and less costly fashion. [

now has the same protection cannot report himself on the I I I i tfl the drawing boards and into use I 4
Against loss of income due to re quarterly social security form 941 I in :'PIit' years have come electrically 4
ement or death as wage earner!? used for reporting employe- ope: ted s.lo unloaders tee) hive i I 4
ve had since 1910. He fcum wages. He makes one yearly report he.ite1:"-. crop drier!!. cow-to-cooler I' 4 4
arized the self-employed person'r and pays his tax in full aT I mnk.ng equipment, infra-red brood- 4
CI' incl automatic poultry feeders. 4
status under social security as that time. The tax is 2 1-2 per : 4
The farm never become a pushbutton -
I may TO
follows: cent of IT PAYS 4
taxable !elf-employment HERE operation. And the farmer may E 4
!SO LIFTING: -grain; goesI '
1. Cenerally speaking coverageof earnings. Only the first $3600 I[ up and into rrib automatically by nexer be able to direct his machines 4
the self-employed. person is of earnings is taxable. cletatcr.opmg from a radar control booth in his
compulsory under the old-age and I The 1951 tax will be betwrer barn. But those who have seen theprotress 4
survivors insurance section of the $9 and $81 depending on the new equipment speed up i made in mechanization of
farming operation improve farm i farm work in recent ;rears won't say 4
Social Security Act.Selfemployment j amount of net earnings from self- produce and reduce production costsis s ,1t can't happen. Improbable is the 4 4

earnings from'I employment. Payment is compulsory a continuing one. This is the job of I word they use-not impossible. We'll ADVERTISE 4
a few professions and occupation,;, so it would be a good ideai I agricultural colleges experiment sta just have to wait until a few more I 4 4
! are excluded by the law itself and to budget for the amount due. tions manufacturers and power suppliers dreams come true and until farmers ff 4
cannot be counted toward this in. I Mr. Wilhelm reminded all con I The wonders they have per catch up with the passing parade of 4
I formed to date would confound new mechanical equipment already 4
surance protection. But unles cerned that detailed information genius of a Cyrus McCormick thiI devised for their arious choring 4
upecifically excluded they countif t I about this program of old-age and John Deere.Martin needs. AND HOW 4
E \ slick file jammed with c l'hC't"
they amount to 4
$400 or more a survivors insurance is available
L year. without charge at the Gainesville I .>!.11hhat Iiiehv'. lie t r.-ai'i 4
'UTln; '10rr i\it:
2. Old-Age and survivors insurance social security office. Also, a ,. And LewisIn In ( Irrult (Court llradforit Count; E ( anmal "a.. II' hll//{.' 'Uei'e".-. 4

provides very definite representative of the Gainesville 'Sailor Beware' I'lorida: In ('hmicrrjall.ue .
I \\ c. -Marion.: Plaintiffs-. I
protection in terms of base for office will be 4
a : at the Court House .\IIlIa ..I..I :Marion Defendant.
financial security to the self in Starke at 10:00 a.m. on the Coming To Florida"Sailor Nolicr 'lpprnr.. Case No. 891.:! One week ago Ducky's Fountain was non.existant an unknown quantity to the
employed person and his family. Second Thursday of each month tc
To Ann.i :'ItIJdlarlon I whose I
Monthly benefits range from J2C' I answer questions on the old-age Beware". a mad mixture lesideiue. : .. and address i i-:. 1.5th people of Starke and this trade area. Today Ducky's Fountain is already a popular 3
to $150 depending of and \\<.111. Doiothv New JerseyYou
I on average and survivors insurance gags songs romance may. .
p earnings and the pattern of the I and interview applicants for prograir benefits hem starring Dean Martin and ,nit fin.11*l I' h"I'.I.n"uli..d\ ..i., .l, and restoration thai .<'I a tuVfendan1 meeting and eating place an established institution in the eyes of Bradford County
insured's in.mien nainiha,- l h. n
at the time
family bene under the program. Jerry Lewis, will occupy the screenat E and trade area. How was this accomplished? Largely THROUGH ADVERTIS- 3

the Florida Theatre Sunday _._ _. .,. _
and Monday. .r :-? J J : ING in the Bradford County Telegraph the only advertising medium that reaches 4
J Capering and crooning with \i JJJ.1j t tI. almost EVERY FAMILY in the county EVERY WEEK. 4

Martin.. and Lewis in this wild J

"t semestei:; of the : Lucille McRa Wayne Matchett. eyed account of a couple of gob

'ol )'ear. ended 19)1'1 Charles Slade, Eddie Dobson reducing Navy routine to a sham 1

placed on the Honor ,.. Richard Kuhn, Pamela Lawson bits, are lovely Corinne Calvel I E Last Friday A Full-Page// Advertisement in The Telegraph Announced 4
dent. must attain an average Levy Canova, Janice Dansby, 4
((86 to 95) in his academic Mary Julia Futch. Annette Green. and Marion Marshall.A The Grand of New Fountain. An Ice Cream Carnival 4 4
bjects such as English Mathematics Martha l ndrum, Tom MfClane wonderful Maitin-and-Lewi- E Opening Ducky's 4

science, social studies, etc.Jimmie Ioncrief.I night club routine, a romantic mix 4 4

. Non-academic subjects include J 9th Grad' up and the pair's uproarious attempts t Was Held Friday and Saturday For Results See Below 4 4
band, glee club. library training, ,
I Joanne Hess. J() Anna Lee to elude the Shore I'ati-o 4
arts and crafts. physical education 4
and office training. Five Barbara Prevatt. Patricia Willard, build to the climax of this generous 4 4

students won the distinction of : Elaine Colson, Tatty Lawson, Barbara package of meriiment and musn > 4

attaining a "straight A," in all McComb. Paul Magyan Along the way there are eight 4 4
academic classes. They are: Ruth Bernice j Thomas tun s. which give: Martin a chan, 4
Glisson (12)). Mary Julia Futch I Barbara Colley Frances DOll :, to limber up hi- pleasing barit,n.< rtIN 4
(10)), Tom McLane (10)), Margaret i Sin < ra4It'I lai'1.voice. THE/YlUa ..\, ... 4 4

Rose Duncan ((8), and Nancy Lee ; Mary Carol Bes.sent, Lois Colley : HIT SHOW OF 1952 4 4
Bates (7)). Girl Scout News
12th Grade Kenreth Noegel Glenn Iteldish.:1argaret BOYS 4
Patsy Benton, Florence Brown I At their regular l.iv> )41 4
meeting 1
Rose Duncan Bobby | and 'he JEMEZ INDIANS ; : -- j ? S : i .. 4 r- 4
Thomas _Franklin Brown, Shirley Ferguson Billy Ioort'. Baibara Friday aliei iiumi. the local Gin i I..n it, NEW MEXICO DESEIVATIOM( ,. : '4 4 4
Carpenter, Mary Alyce Crosby I Jean Norman. Harriet Jane Scouts elected otfiieis under lh. I! '". IH 41.i .HI MELODY RANCH STARS, I .4 4 4

William Engram. Christine Gainey., Richarde. Pearson, t'ox.ryma direction of their leader Mrs 4IIIIjOURSIAcESHOWIGATOR Ollltrt--' 4 4
Ruth Glisson. Florence Gnann.I Griffis Jackie Hobbs Eleanor Kitty Carlisle Those elertf'weie 4

Shirley Harley, Terry Keleher, Johns. Sandra Johns, Sandra : Patrol Leader, Elissa Stet 4 4

Sylvia May, Edward Parker, Mark. Jones. Ruth Elaine l.t>t'. Jackie fdiiclli; AssT Patrol Leader, Vidd BOWL, 8 P. M. 4
lee Raulerson, Raymond Redding Parker John Slade Ina Inez Jean Gentry; Secietary. Marilyn Jacksonville 4

Dorothy Ann Robison Pat Sieg, Stern. Cox; Scribe, Pat Hobbs; Flag WED. FEB. 20th 4
Joan Silcox. Janette Starling, 7th (inule Bf.'arersrary Milner and Gmgei 4 4

Phyllis Strickland.: J. E. Tomlinson. I Jerome Edwards Edward Green, Jones. I Reserved Seats, S1.50-Box $2..>0 4

Barbara Wilkinson Betty Steve Harden, Billy Holder, Gal! After the business meeting the General; Admission' : $1.00 4I
Williams, and Lemuel Williams. Reddish. James Scouts enjoyed square dancing Children (12 Yrs.) Half Price ft-
\, Skoofalas Betty All Ticket Prices Include Tax
11th Grade Jo Starling. Glenn Wood, JameBooth. ? games and refreshments. Gnl' >
Reserved Seats On Sale At
William Coley James Home Marvin that are 10 years of age are invited
Bjovn. Pansy donaldion'c 216 W. Adams St. 3
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Aliese 1. 'L join the Troop. .
Patsy Kucera Lawson, juniison. nenry uicnarae. Kay to _ .
Nancy Rucker. Yvonne Brookins,,, Rowland Junius Smith, Maiklee I. 4

Jackie David Dyal Kelly,, Josephine Yvonne Harrell King,,, Tomlinson Mark A. Moore Sonja Carol Linda Ann Whidden Picket.I CAN YOU QUALIFY? [ Actual Scenes At Ducky's Fountain Opening Last Weekend j

Marjorie Strickland Gene Shaw,,, Broward Strickland, Billy Torode IF YOU? .

Fred Cojway, Ann Cressler, Ben Nancy Lee Bates, :luth Burney, 4

ton Fut. h, Johnny Kopelousos. Marilyn Cox, Loedith Griffis. are over 2.> years old ; are under (65: years old ; have a
More Than 2000 Served Two Fri. & Sat. 1
Adele Scjioll.10th Grade Tom Jacqueline Long.Prevatt Wayne Sandra Mundorff Strick, favorable credit standing; haH a post war automobile People During Days -

Jimmy Cole, Frances Dodd I I land, Smith Devoe pete Skoofalas. *
** 40 Gallons// Ice Cream 25 Pounds Hamburger

I Legion-Sponsored Oratorical ContestsTo .tIft Rig Savings On All Other Lines Of In>urance *

Get Under Way In This District Soon J. O. (Jerry) GAY Insurance Agency > Served ServedIs

B. ha been I 116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 285 tt
Hugh Ingram & ap. Contestants from ---- --------------------------------- --- --
countie ---
\ seven I, tt: ::...-----------------------------____-',______-:::::_.-:::::;----------:::--:::::------------------------:
pointed County Chairman of the in i iI the Fourth District will begin I S .4
Fifteenth Annual American I II '4
Lt'gior.Oratorical competition within the next few I

Content, it was announced weeks for scholarships and prize it any wotuler that Ducky Says "Sure it pays lit advertise ill the Bradford County Telegraph 3

yesterday by W. T. offered >
Coram. Jr., District Four chair to winners by the, American Legior. We believe in advertising and intend to keep our name before the people of this trade
in its oratorical com

man. petition. Guard Well I t area through the Telegraph columns." 3

p p I(; Counties in the Fourth District .

competing in the contests are These ,, 33
Rights a pseep nee.en Seasesee---- -------- ------------------------ ----------------------------
Bradford, Union, Alachua, Marion ,
'II', 3
Citrus, Gilchrist and Levy. Competition .
starts at the post level. ". t

winners district competition of which will; winners compete of ir The rights to liberty and t the pursuit of \ WHAT ADVERTISING HAS DONE FOR DUCKY'S FOUNTAIN

these te ts later being pittedagainst happiness are based upon the Individual'sright I
each other in a depart. to produce according to his. capacity. E\ .

ment emerge contest the state from winner which who \vil'wil'later and to consume'and. &sni'thdjwhichhe ,, I I ADVERTISING CAN DO FOR L!!! BUSINESS

his'own I 4
according judge _. ,
compete with other winnen- --------------------------------------------- -- ------------- -----------.
for the national championship. ment, .if-in, so.doing he respects the simi. I 14

Contestants speak on some phase /.1"/ lar, rights'of{others.. x- : t With its new Polaroid Camera Equipment The Telegraph Can Get Your Advertising Message
of the United States -

emphasizing the duties constitution and obligations (/r ,. .The foundation" of dur Capitalistic sys- t in Word And Pictures in the Mailer of Minutes. If you have advertising problems Consult $

of a citizen to the 'tern'rests.on', : : ; individual's: .right to acr -

Prizes which are gOn'rn.ment. offt"rt' cumulate. surplus' beyond. his immediate t The Telegraph. You will be pleased with results.t .

by the *needs* to. .store th savings in the bank t ___ ___ ___ .
\t Department of Florida and ,. ------- -.-_-------en eeeeee_ __ rr #I##__a_Sfl.SSSflSssr __ ___
I the National Americanism Commission of his choice, or to invest them, as he J' a enseeneen---eflS ---------------- -ssflesflflflpe e a-a nest."nass-- s _-se 4
S- 'ii' of the Legion, consist of sees fit. \ I ) U p. 4

MALMAkvAJImIIu, scholarships in leading universitier ) \ \ .4

ranging in value from $4.000 tc e.- ) ; .
Contestants America Was Founded by Men Willing to :
Sey .... wy VO.IItN"! : with' are selected frorr
HoHnark Cord. In among leading students in the' Die for These Fundamentals. Let Us Guard i
o our comfl -
'.. MlKlioM youll find a high schools by Legion posts an Hallmark VaUnHn for _rfclow high school faculties. Ii i .

0S y041 woiil to 10 yow mtibtr, 'ot _ryo.eahbrvory .. Post elimination contests wi}' I I FRENCH FRIED HOT DOGS (WITH CHILI GRAVY) 15C \
14. begin within the next 30 days and Use Your Bent Ciar.pion o/ Your Lfcerfits. I
county eliminations
will be held

March 7; district tests on March I FRENCH FRIED POTATOES ., tOe

14, and department contests March \. I, '4


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Adding Machines and Portable ', ::. \\ltmoir\ ZrlortJa 1Jaliollal Ljroup j j4r J I I a'',, .4.4 4

Typewriter sold on time.-Bradford H
Phone 265 .-_ Starke, Fla. County Telegraph : &&&&&&&&A& && &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& AA A A AA AAAAA AAAAAAA..... A A AA AAAMATcD

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FLORIDA L... ..... _'_'h_
HIJJ \ 1. KIUU VK\" 8. 1 HI,>'J JI

r, I 6 'I Junior Club j' for the member participating ir i i

the Mothers March of Dime ir'',
Hears S. L. ScruggsOn -
which they collected-$329 Its"

1 CitizenshipThe also voted to make a hou.sn t> '
election of new officers was house canvass for the Amen. :

held Monday evening at the Feb Red Cross campaign in Match S

ruary meeting of the Junior Wom The newly elected] officeis art- : L

Gladys MootyPhone an's Club held in the club house. I president Mr*. \\'. E Dowling tIN lit

35 The business meeting was pre- \vice-president: Vernon Sill !IX
: sided over by the outgoing pres.I recording secretary. Mi :NVd i111 11'
i ident, Mrs D. L. Thomas, and theclub
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII#''1"1,1" I I Yancey; corresponding --ecietaiv Food
voted to guarantee $25 to buy Carnival
Miss Sara Williams; and treasur"rairs
Woman's Club Miss Houpt To Wed First Aid books and equipment J. A. Torode. I \ %

for the school !if the money i i-- Mrs. William !I nlr
To Hear ChapmanAt V. W. Strickland, Jr. Scruggs, prograrr
needed. All)
are reminded -I chairman introduced her guestI

Next Meeting that dues have to be in to th I speaker. Attorney S. L. Scruggs" I,

e. Federation by Feb. 15 and those I' of Gainesville who gave an mteiI .. I I

L. F. Chapman superintendentof who have not t aid their dues and I esting lecture on "Americanism "s ;: -r .'
the state will be guest wish I :/,' ; if. WESTERN PORK ROAST
prison to remain on the active list and Citizen-hip". i \ @ ;4 n. ,/ /' :;
speaker at the February meetingof y please see Mrs. J. A. Torode. ( Delicious I i'" :/ I' / /
j refreshment.rt! : /
the Starke Woman's Club, / : ; BUTTS u>. 39c
of thanks the
expression wa? i served by hostesses timing! tin I /
Wednesday afternoon Feb. 13, at tendered by Mrs. J. L. Anderson social hour. ,, y 7,: ,.,'/
3:30: o'clock.Mrs. HtESH
A. Z. Adkins program I ..-- ., .
chairman will introduce the speaker I I S'4'. > I PORK PICNICS Lb. 29'CENTEUflT
who will use as his subject"CitIzenship" r
I sf _.t_.
Hostesses for the afternoon will

be Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. George !)
Patten. Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs.J. I AU 1)n CHOPS Lb. 73cConeOJe.

H. Ritch Mrs. M. B. Herlong I I Con\e !
Mrs. J. M. Smith. Mrs. C. H. I The Bradford ('ounl.exhibit. at up[ .Hi"- I.lll"ll""' ..i'.11 I .
5 the State Fair 11.LO(1)I ( ( ) I.It'EI; )
Quick and Mrs. W. R. Morse. got off tp a good ( 'l elti IltH' Wi"Ml olll '' '' \\\\e\1

start Sunday in Tampa: when Bill ,. 'inif at M.iin.i- th\ J!, iu 1
Graham Harry Green and T. K told her then would Ui!r> r I.: ., BACON >. .Pkg.HER.MVNS 39c

Baptist Circles I McClane went down with Marion) the night last Thursday .ii'-! i -.. \. f."et'lb draw lor
Have Prayer ProgramsThe ; f Howe, C. of C secretary, to sot hail had a birthday dinr. -r i r ;10- : in order 10 i : OK S\\ll"ISVrmour's

up the exhibit :Marion: will i]1 T. H McN'eiU's. hnnorin :M :MNeiH's 1I '

WMU circles of the Ba P'w remain there for the full two I anniversary, and. -lie ,nl i \.t\ \ Gnd gel L g. 55c

tist church held their monthlyi ) Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Houpt announce eeks, and holding down the fort rented their room so theiml' '" \\O\\\\\\G \\\1.tC) S ,

i meeting on Tuesday. the engagement of their here in the C. of C. office during po back to High Springs in t ti.; '. \\\t to\\t.
The Ida Darby circle met at the I I daughter, Barbara Jean to Sgt her absence are members of the hours tsk tsk! .\\1 \\C) G a lu"" ":, Star Boneless \ eal
I I I 0
t" t .
home of Mrs. C. A. Knight with i Vernice Strickland { Woman's Club who have each .. hr the F Roil
Glad to hear Dr. C. K H.iv.. ft a \n a ROAST "
15 members present. Mrs. A. A.I 11-C, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. M I| volunteered all or part of the day some better from his heau; a'tar: : 'k ,,{,{, -,'\'. . toti. te youtttia"J. i O 69''
Durden opened the business period' Strickland of Daytona Beach. sensing this week were liar several weeks .' ". lIr h"t\1\ .tntvl tot \'ot"
ago among those your. ,HIt'
with prayer. Mrs. W. L. Andrews I I A Spring wedding is planned, 'I i igaret Duncan. Eva Stump.Iildred:: visiting him in St Luke's hospital I' \\\'l'\bet ettite o ta ,\r\'t\.t'f'o'. pla Fr an, DRAPERS{ GRADE{ :\ I n'i; I n)
leader heard reports of the chairman the date to be announced later. Hochber er. Evalyn Bitch Bertha were his brothers. Dr Harry I a hour I nn a't\ ,"ut in tUt- r' \\00. ,
and I Pearce, Ruby \ tb" .. tit> bad Baking HENS Lb.
offering was $H. Collins. Mrs. L. O. Hayes and Dr. McDonald Haves of ; in thi t'd' M\\\"t\\r \\\l1k" 4ge
Hazen, :Mrs. i.:: ,..b are all ek 1
C. H. 1\4
Mrs. Ira Wilson
r tor
gave an impressive Quick: and Bessurns Little amd) t+ /
Rock. Ark. "
.also 1 f h\ alor
PTA Will Observe glad t 'tit.
devotion followed Ruth Morse .out't U" \t y tor f
on Prayer who is in to hear E. M. Davis 1 "\\ fa
is getting to \\\\l\ OLDEN;
with a duet by Mrs. Dave Founders Day charge of getting the Volunteers I along fine at Riverside ho.-pital t ,utr altje \\\1\\ ,ervooe BI EAnEn

Paulk and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. A. needs more> help for next week's. and E. S. Matthews is walking 1 ,:.tor e SHRIMP 8 Or. Pkg.
Next Week I ; + 43c
duty, if
J. Thomas so
gave a reading on you can give all or part around a little in the same hospital f
-Mother's Prayer". Miss S'lviaPaulk of any day please get in touch with Charles '
Shepherd f
is expected
The PTA of Bradford High her. I 117 I
sang "In The Garden of home next week from Grant Haven I r

Prayer". The project for the School will meet Tuesday night The enthusiasm of the membersof hospital where he has been under I : ..1. LETTUCE 2 Hds.
month is collecting clothes for the Feb. 12, at 7:30 o'clock in the the Junior Woman's Club i in observation for the past! week, and : 19c

needy. Each member took part in cafeteria. observance of Found their Mother's March of Dimes last Dot Dowling, also at Grant Haven I

the Prayer program. er's Day, a talk will be given by Thursday evening was really tremendous is getting along as well as can be I I PASCAL
The next meeting will be with in fact they did so expected.
Mrs. James Lewis and Mrs. Mrs. Gus Smith State PTA well)) they have been i
J. B. asked to do
Sure Stalks
glad to hear Babe, 2
Character and Spiritual chairman the Ar ISc
Sapp. the same for the ARC drive i in nold's
great :I
was last
Mrs. Knight served refreshments j i I All members, as well as the March the gals collected $339 ThursdaL.. R. Chamber- l
t I
during the social hour ast general public are urged to at the other evening with the whopping I
found him :l
around in POTATOES 10 1 ft.
nisted by Mrs. James Lewis. tend. donation of $50 from Hogan his pecan grove .see Judy I II : bag 49cTOMATOES
Smith ,
Margie Dowling j Green chairman of the Junior .
The Daisy Fowler circle i is the I Cons
president of the Junior class i is making big plans for the FRESH GREENCARROTS
Aliese Lawson
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Club Odessa Thomas has Junior-Senior [ 2 19C

Mrs. G. R. Mathews with 11 pre Is Party Honoree received word that she has passed Ward (Mrs Robert prom) is Novis doing Bunch 10c

ent.The her state board of exams and is secretarial work at the Bm, Dad ,
meeting was opened with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I I now a registered
Lawson entertained : nurse workingi .
factory cute .
prayer by Mrs. S. E. Sparks whc at a lovely birthday i at the Alachua general hospital teenagers.Sandra Nutley/ 1 lib. Pkg.
I Johns and Tom Mrflanrwere .
also OLEO 19C
gave a short sketch on the party Saturday evening at the U. Bruce Mathews graduatedi seen strolling down '"all \ *

life of Annie Armstrong. 1(rs. S. O. for their daughter Aliebe, i I Saturday evening from U. of F. street Sunday afternoon sure \\:\ x ."/ >

Lex Green program chairman, who was celebrating her 17th ]i with a BEE (Bachelor of Electrical felt for Ann Johns whenlie > &' $ &'''
read an appeal for the Engineering) I /'fe---5 xis
Annie anniversary. degree
and was i ped and fell in church Surd tavhcn 1(10.( \EiETAHLE SHORTENING{ > s
Armstrong offering and gave i interesting A red and white color motif awarded the gold metal for outstanding \ coming down for roniimuuor .. ;., '.r.1"rft.r r ,-.. "J' ,

facts on Home Missions. was carried out in the big red ,. senior ROTC student in from the choir pew. see SBerl' Lb. Can :;, -.- .. I V' ; ,"DI
Mrs Maxie Carter, leader, had hearts communications and electronics > \l 1
placed around the walls of jewelry store has movedacross 3 83C -
charge of the business ('ssion.1 I the and will continue there in graduateschool
several hearts the street into the Ben Sus- r., Fli
I \
The meeting closed with prayerI above sorry we left Sue Biggs npm \. I... '
mantel. At other point? low building hear that little I \ ,\ !I.. / .
by Mrs. L. Lynn. The next meeting of j and Harold Davis' names off the '." .I \ / .
interset were bouquets of red ,, Peggy Sue Yancey has found out L l \\ vu ../ xAy
will be at Mrs. P. i list of students home from U. 'i\ \ .
D. of j
Reddish. and '
white gladioli. that she into \ 1 *
:: can get Mom's potsI \ ', :
Refreshments F. last week. ANN PAGEqt' y.
were served during j Games and pans much easier bv walking \ /
were played during the ,, I : '
the social hour by the hoste ss. 'I: Lucille Davis was in Jacksonville than crawling-better '
evening and
prizes put up
were awarded I U Oz. 0 YOUR
to the winners. Monday afternoon to see the I knick-knacks Mom. :
The 19C
Dora Alderman circle met I i. movie "Room For One Mor ." y ye KETCHUP
at the home of Mrs. L. G. Powell Mr. and Mrs Lawson were assisted : starring Cary Grant. in which her Hear that ex-Callstreeter M.T\"

with Tuesday Miss afternoon Etta Tison with as cohostess 15 pr ,I ter's 34 in guests caring by for Mrs.their T. B.Baughes Hard- I nE'pheClifford leading part .Tatum.. oldtimers Jr., tooka here and Lee musical Wainwright talents:the by exhibited co-produnnj her r; ION:V 5 LB.[ BAG; 10 LB. BAG 25 LB. UA{ (, F Ii R :
directing E
ent.Mrs. George Flynn leader ing. j will remember Clifford's dad, the minstrel of 1952-a Delray huge success Beah : J: : E it :

presided senior Tatum, who graduated from .
over the business meet)n g. Methodist Circles 'I BHS in '19 Charles Lawson the Telegraph writes: "Noon and are and I enjoy FLOUR 3SC 6SC 1.58 I
The project for the month is getting drove his
Met Jerry Lawson'? I to have
This Week Carolyn back" Other
clothes for the needy school car to him at the air force base lout I of town complimentcome PRIZE I I E ESPAHKLE
children. Mrs. D. 1. I '
Thomas.program : where Jerry is stationed in Amarillo
The W. S. C. S. circles of the I from Mrs. Bryan Whitfield of the PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
chairman had as her Texas the past weekend .
"Annie Methodist church held their February ] State Farm and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham I
topic Armstrong HoMissions" m e hear that Mary Jo (Caldwell) Anderson I
mcfings on Monday and I of Lake Geneva, both of We'\e provided
has prices galore to be
changed jobs from ASST. jfi\t'n{
Tuesday of this week. whom folks
out their
|I respective
Delicious refreshments vserved +ere nursing in a hospital to a doctor's I away in every store during this event and
I Mrs. J. R. Wainwrient lrs.1 i ways enjoy this column Nice tr'
:. and I
by the hostesses. clinic in when we given
Ventura. Calif. where she say inthat's. eactlhal
know Pkg.
Charles we have friends and '
followers !
-- Daiby were hostesses tc [ and A. W. I 5c
The Doris Knight circle held its members of Circle 1 on Tuesday I Donzella residing Saw in other places. PUDDINGS we mean You need not buy anything to
Kefo\'er. now of Galeton. ''
meeting Tuesday ('veninsin the morning at the home of Mrs I Pa. here visiting old friends Tues- Marjorie and Buddy Davis up participate, you don't even parr to be present
Educational Wainwright. Narcissus Tallahassee I to win. Winners will be notified if
building with 25 and pottedplants day. .she worked fora way. finally found t a notpresent.
members present. were used in decorating the during the Blanding day at year the little piece of property to their Giant Size Just visit your: nearest A&P>>

Mrs. James Seymour Rave a Ih lug room. :Mrs. L. A. Davis, t Smart Shop quite a coincidence liking and intend to pur,.hase i TREND .'et all information on these

prayer and scripture reading given circle leader presided over the I that Eustis Kelly. Area Forester After this week their address \\1111| / articles to he .
by Mrs. J. E. business meeting which be: 929 Hawthorne ''
Hildebran. The was open from New River, should be coo m- I Capital }hll-
leader, Mrs. T. K. McClane. had all ed with prayer by Mrs. Olson |ling with Leonard and Dooley Tallahassee Sounds as if th''v | SALLY SOUTHERN
committees give their reports. Mrs. Wilma Dockstader was welcomed ) ( Smith old plan to be there permanent) I j
( Starkeites)I'E'I' at t
Mrs. Vernon Silcox. program as a new member. Mrs II Munson Leonard and Eustis are'working '' Hear that Al Harley, whose pu, tuivstory I! Pints GIVEN

(chairman presented Rev. L. D. ( T. H. Slade gave a talk on the I for the same Forestry of being processed through l i I ICECREAM 2 29C

Haines who gave an inspiring talk 1 "Miracles in India". Mrs. H. H. I outfit there. Marine boot camp was a recent

on prayer. The program closed Adams gave an interesting devo I Telegraph feature was chosen the |
The laugh of the week when
tional was
with on gentleness. The hostess most outstanding in his AWAY
prayer by Mrs. Eldon Hardy. Leila platoon -i,
Mundy pot in and drove off
Delicious refreshments wereserved ; es served hot coffee and doughnuts in Bess Burns'car at graduation exercises re-1 I I' \n T \' \ASSORTED BUY 2 QTS. FOR 25c
during the social hour. to the 16 members present. last Satin day Gently .He's now at Camp LI'.I'I i j '
The next meeting will be held at afternoon thinking it was her own tonne, but will be coming home. I 2 EXTRA QTS. Oh26C
the home of Mrs L. D. Vining with car which (looked just like nl'-s's soon on 10-day leave. I *
Miss Dodd HonoredAt Miss Airy black Chevy. even to the dirt and Mrs. Sexvell's ELECTRIC IRON
foburn as cohostess 5th grade wa.oer- j I Quarts I
Kitchen Shower The meeting was closed with pray I azalea petals on the floor her. taints all a-twitter last week \\'hen i I SOFT DRINKS 4
key even fitted in the ignitionidn't
er by Mrs. W. E. Middleton. their color film of the Pil. : tins I
Miss Manez Dodd popular I Mrs. W. H{ Nollman was hostel I d realize it wasn't her car landing on Plymouth Rock wa- exhibited '

bride-fleet whose marriage tc' to circle 2 in her home Monday until several blocks down the at BHS And a'ery FOOD
Street and drove back and found BASKETS
Dan Priest will b> an event ofFtb. : afternoon Mrs. H M. Richard ( clever job. I must say with the KNATURAL
I presided over the j her car parked in the same block students '
22, was the inspiration for a business meet I enacting the landing bv'
lovely kitchen shower given Saturday I l ingThis being the birthday of i'about. Bess didn't even find out using a rowboat on Kingsley Lake, Lb.

evening by Miss Dolores ,|' Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, she was presented I it until Monday by the and being immediately surrounded CHEDDAR CHEESE 41C
nay Bess is working Slab's *
a small I
McKnight. gift from the circle' by some savage studentredkmThe BICYCLES
I members. now. hear the manager of the .
Miss Annie Darby war youngsters planned theproduction
A green pink color scheme (
new beautiful Sunoco station on
I as a new member. made the sets. and
was attractively carried out in the
Miss Kate 'j Temple :avenue is Devlin Foreman.
Struth gathered their snARED OR PLAIN
gave an inspirational props all under
floral arrangements chrysanthe I whose family is living in the T.
in the and devotion on Faith. the patient supervision of Mrs *
mums living room Mrs. E. K. ,Marshall house. corner of Call and Sewell COFFEE
sweetpeas on the refreshmenttable. talked on the and teacherinternhlJard. DONUTS Dozen MAKERS
I "World Day of Prayer" and Mrs.j Church streets. Roberts It was Millard's: final 19C 1
II I J. H. Ritch told of plans for the I Hear that Janet Turner hasher quit project before his graduation at

Games were played during the : revival! ) to begin Feb. 17. M job in Lt. Smith's office at U. of F. Rev. Haines j icredit- ''

-:- evening and prizes were awarded N'ollman used lovely galaxy leat reer'' Blanding now that husband Bob ed with the nice color photograin !nht. < __ *
to the winners. Miss Dodd was' and mountain hydrangia in dec- bie is home from Korea got Bob and Mildred Brown and CAKES

the recipient of many lovely gift!:''Orating and served a delicious i' Sunday morning Shirley Pol- three, little daughter* are ba. km ,
from the 30 guests. salad ilet has taken Janet's old ind
cours- job
to the 15 member!? Starke and settled down in the
Mrs. Existi McKnight assisted present. i Shellie Hall) is filling in at S his Leonhani apartments Bob son !'
her daughter in caring and serving Mrs. Millar Judd and Mrs. ,ley's job at Robbins' (hope I pot of the Upholstery Shop Browns i These are jut: a fevof the many, many

her guests.Friendship. Jack McComb were cohostesses I.that all straight) see that will leave for Korea SOOn. while ': TALCO FEEDS prizes that will be given(: away. Several of

circle 3 on Monday afternoon tin !I Florence Brown is now secret ary- Mildred. and the daughters remain ': the prizes to he given away will be awarded

Class the lovely home of Mrs. Judd on I I ing for George Patten Lucille in Starke And by the way : every day during A&P's gala Food Carnival.

Has Pot Luck Lafayette street. Bright azalea? I Green is helping out in Lex's office any of you youngsters who w i You don't have to be present to win. A&P

SupperThe were used in decorations. MrsA. during the campaign Molly like to re-enact "Uncle T om'sScratch i Laying EMPLOYEES AM THEIR FAMILIES
Z. Morris of Waycross, Ga and Or-
Adkins circle leader. Cabin" and have !
presided some bloodhounds [
January meeting of the is ELIMBI( FOR PRIZES.!
the ;
and new beauty operatorin
Friendship Class of the Presbyterian the meeting was opened chase you-get in touch with Of-1 I t
with prayer by Mrs. Arthur Wood Lady FairWinnins ficers :
church was held Jan. 25 McKnight and Fillip, \ 100 Lb. Bag J.99
Mrs. Adkins and Mrs. Olson discussed the two pints of ice' Seems they have some mtey'd
at the homo of Mrs. E. C. Hardinat I 4.59
the State Farm with Mrs.J. plans for making money (ream door prizes at Ducky's: nej like to train and need some fleet-
in the circle to be used on the j cream carnival last weekend wet footed lads to run through the r
G. Caldwell cohostess.
building fund. Mrs. C. E. Her n- i Adelaide Crowson, Doris Hardy woods and make some nice fresh II
A delicious potluck supper was wall gave an interesting devotion ;Don Hill. Ray Stone Martha Max'well tracks for the dogs to follow 25 Lb. Bag 4.25 '

served to the 25 attending. Mrs. on Faith. Mrs. Wood gave a talk )), Martha Yancey. and Gar- Sounds like fun-if you like to 1.15

C. M. Turney was an honored on the "Christians in Burma" I vita Parker glad to see Cecil make tracks.

guest and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mrs. J. B. Cottrell will be hostess Sewell back in town after the I Guess that's all for nowtill be

Shepherd also attended. An interesting for the March meeting. The skin-grafting operations on his I seeing you at the grand openingof
business meeting followed hostesses served delicious refreshments the weeks] Starke, FloridaI"
leg during past two at i iI' jI' the Open Air Theatre next
the supper with the newly to the 13 members present.I'' Municipal hospital in Tampa has ,, Thursda> --Valentine's Day 11 I

elected officers presiding. to go back Sunday for a c heck- t rarolyn

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,rsssSrJStSJSSr s ___ SISS Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. Junus -1 Mrs L. F. Dinklns and daughter. Birthday Party 'It h.r prrsonni'tTtted, in <-..udiimni il I in the off,.... uf the Tlt-rk of the >oiu i: TO irrKtn
aJ-r----s---- srsr.s-s Joann. Thursday in Jackjsonville are u id>'ied 1\ appear in till1anse ,'lr<'lIit Court on ..r hefoi the 2'thilav In Circuit "'.."rt. Hmdlord C..UIII'
Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Nat spent For on. or luforf th. 1 tth da' ofKrlnuaiv of Kebruaty, l!.;iJ : otherwise thi rtt rlda: I" ('h.nH.

Sternberg at Daytona Beach Sat- i \] Janice Vickers \ H It'O "Iherwi'p'th" I II :illeirations of aid Complaint will ic..ig.. )K |:.,4.i: n.ii'i' f I
illefcatii) ,.f >-aid petition will bei i be taken as confessed !'>' you I KaH, .,\ il i lu f, M.laiif
P&i idtcercIt4 irday and Sunday. j i. t-iken ." "nfewedI This notice shail he publishedmce '
Mr "
J X I =ri.
I Vicktrentertained l -I '
Mrs f;. C. Priest and Mrs Kate I It IfurT i er ord..r..d that thi each week for four consecuive I \:.ttr. In IpiMar.To .
at a lovely birthday party last Fri .. t eeks m the Bradford County "
Sheriff and Mrs. P. 1) Reddish Sheppard spent the weekend in'!' j notice l I. I.uut.lihed on 'e -\ei 1' IMna) "l.'av K..I.II
I day afternoon for her daughter. ( week f"r four H ) consecutive \\ ....k.- Telegraph I d.-n- and .1-l.lt."- ;
; h ittended the New Hope Primitive Fort White with relatives.Mrs. I lin the Bradford .Tountv Telegraph a Pated 'h- :J: 'nl .1.i,>' ..f .t'iuuau ''Street. Kti- "uu..n.I \ tVou
NEWS iI Janice, who celebrated her fifth 1f5! :. ,
THE Baptist Church Sunday and also I i j newspaper of general circulation I ale n"I'I% I la1
anniversary pUblished in Bradford County Floijida. '- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas suit for flitonh.i- > f '. ".4
i-isited Mrs. Ralph] Hazen and family -I W. B. Mundy and daughter. Clerk of the Circuit Court. against you in tin- .1'' a" !
- -- rsrSSSSSs mfln The red and white Valentine By Myrtle T. Pea'.er. Peputy Clerk. Court .
=s-a- n i. in Brooker. I Jean. Mrs J. B. Sapp and 1 Linda } I Hated at Starke. Floridi this inthi and rause :ii'I| \ e .
color 1 !5 4t 1.; quired
had 1\\ Kay Sale were visiting Mrs. F. A. motif was attractively car- i day of January. AD 195! to serve a i ''\1'r.! .1':
Mrs. \V. H. Nollman was hostessto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy 1s swer or pleadingh, ,, la"l
Steel in'!'I: lied! out in the refreshments and (OFFICIAL ::0:1-\1.1: .\.J Th-ma-. nlln: in .l'i'r.it on the )
Mrs. Charle Moore and Mrs. T. A. riamtifi \ ,
the Canasta Club Tuesday eVea Sunday guests. Mrs. J. C. Fogg and daughter. \ ,, decorations. In the living Clerk of circuit CouitPy In rirrnit<< (','"rt. ltra<]f.nl C.uaty.,. Landtum. Stark F I aI .

ting and had as her guests. including I-lardy Sr., Mr and Mrs. \V. H j :Mary Susan and Mrs. Flo] Lyons; Gainesville Sundav.. ;1 I there roorr : Mxrtle T. !><'a\-r. I'-putv f'lerK ll..riila: In C'hmirerir.Edna I| the original in tli'of ": [i 'I.,
i was a beautiful arrangement 1 t' It :J 's k, I'
U I K in PI.ll iii! Iff. \ the Circuit c ,
and and children of Gainesville after irt "? r ef '
returned home Saturday >
the members Mr. ryan i ,I i of red gladioli and in the dining I \ onrh.-t--I II Hi'in. h.' I.fudant. the 10th 'iav ,.' M\ .
Mrs. T. H. McNeill and Mr. Noll- a nd Hugh Hardy of Winter Haven. three months' visit with Mrs. I Mrs. Marie Miller of Maywood, ', room the refreshment table 'OTICI-: '1"0 PPKH I '.!-,, :No s
I Fogg's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee'I I Ill. and friends were passing! way I In Clrriilt ('..urt Bradford County, ,.II.fI T.. \ pprnr.To Complaint will he -.k.i, i., .
man. i, overlaid with a lace cloth and \ ''''.'hers l It |I. in. kt-, "Iw.rr..id..lh' fened by y' Mrs. Dally had visiting j jler Fitch in Rush City. Minn I through Starke recently 0.1 their ] 1 iFlorldn' : In Chancery, -
Mary I r i- l"nktloVou \\ u This not eIMP) i
centered with a red and white I Frank Asostinn.., 1'l.unfff: \ f I 'fI'I"t
Mr. anc | to Miami and stopped for a are hereby notified, that a I once Miss Connie Knight of Keystone Ii! Sunday. her parents. way Ij I Jennie D'Ago'-tino He',-ndintj f.r f. 'l'II' \ .
birthday cake with white i lilt for Divorce habeen I fil..dagain.t I
I'I'.Irs. candles week in
the .
) short visit with their friend Mrs. Case No 'SH.tl.'f' \.) flradf..ut\ TeI : ,
and and j
was the overnight guest 11. Joseph Marron Dr. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmasand j 1L j: Burning red .. you in the :al>onameil II&Taph.'I .
tapers silver hold > To \ppenr
. Monday of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 11 Urs.. Sellers of Jacksonville and I family spent Sunday afternoor l Mayme Toomey. formerly of May- !!I ers flanked the centerpiece.in ,| To- Jennie TVAeix-tmo. w lios.- ed Court to.1'and\ t'cause a copy and ,of\ till your are anstietor reiiuir-' I::1115 Pated%. tin- *-i| I!

Mrs. Carl Shuster of Los Angeles. vi-uting Mr. anjl Mrs. A. G. Gunter -. wood j I residence' and addre-ji i-: I'nkni.wnI pleading to the enniplatnt on the'
McKinney. ] Games were played! the I You notified that SF \1.1 \ I IC ,
i during; I are hereby a riaintiffttornes,., ":'an T Eani, \ ion:: -
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(L'alif.] I in Jacksonville. j I afternoon and favors of blowers I suit for Divorce has h.. -n filed and :Nt.il I 1' K\in>: .1 r itt:? l ioaw F.s.. By Mvrtle! of tI', r ,, .' 'our'.
Mrs. W. H. Nollman I Exalted] Ruler J. D. Doyle and a i I against you in the shove named hange Kuilding Jaiksiun T Peaxtr, !1'< CI..
and Valentines
Mr. .
and baskets of candy'I i Court and cause and you are required PI..l"ltta. anil file the'i ipnul in th::1 I It
from the Staze)1FJkS
Dalton White large delegation
Mrs E. returnedo
and their guest. Miss Margaret \ Mrs O. L. Haynes returned hom< i were given to the youngsters !i to serve a copy of your answer ...ffo.of the I'lt-rk of the ('uruuu'S 'r --
week i t home in Atlanta Ga. Tues J j ] Lodge attended a supper at | or pleading to the complainton '. .. Irtth ..IIn
fceall, spent Thursday of last I : her Sunday from Seattle Wash. when ; Mrs N S. Dankel assisted! Mrs I .IIr1 on .r t.fortti. day : The I lriil mrt I the Plaintiff's Attorney T Frank Man Ii, I I'.J ...iheittitlu i IIeg.t!| .- Judicial
the Gainesville ]
:Miss Visiting in St. Augustine. I she accompanied j Vickers i in serving and caring for Landrum. Starke. Florida and file' ti'.n- -.T ,<). '..""tI.111I1 uill, I.. Flarlda la e in
in 1 W. F. Godwin. Mr and Mrs. 11.E. j jB. I night honoring Grand Exalted Rul- I the in the office of the, tn4 Par BraUi.i.
Bpall returned to her home Mrs. J. A. Soanlan] who sailec the 31 guests. original \ t iki T n i- >nti --ell In \.ii IQuisCry ; I* I .......r' .
Howard R Davis Those! from I[ Clerk) of the Circuit Court on or be., Th i ,Mi-e shjll he |uuuhlihe, \ IF '",d.1 I ,
!jcr i.i' I k
of Ga. I
Griffin. \t
Ia ]
Montgomery her hus Mai1
Pittsburgh Pa. on Saturday recently for Japan to join I fore the ISth daof F.hlll.I\ ';32; >noe .1 i,'I" \\"e* k fr "->iir ,'4nweekn -... .\ ., '.. u't'i i
weeks visit. i will arrive Saturday for a visit J band. !: the Staike lodge accompanying 'otht'rwll the allegation r>t said I -lie IV.i.If..' .1 r.i.nn 1 10, I \ ,

I :,\'ith Mrs. Godwin. j Mr Doyle] were Robert Green. Bill Beta Sigma PhiThe :Complaint will be taken as confessed itraphl't' ''.'ti,', t. \ Spear,
I I| by you. '{ ,,.1 I li\ ..l '! 1I i\ \' '
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale spent! I j G. K Lewis and Mr and Mrs;L 'Giaham. Irvin Robbins Phil Vitf -I Beta : This notice shall be publishedonce I :''.:. .. t, II iti! 1', .. I
] sky Johns. Maxie Carter Sigma Phi sorority,r j each week for. four (" -ecutlvi "F'YI\f-P.\f., ) .. ,,
Beach. Miss Mamie Anderson and Mrs and Kirk 0 Charley : v a- I II ,
) Jr.
Thursday night in Daytona C;. K. Lewis son. I : will weeks in the Bradford County Tele- f'.rk] "f "I iriRv \. I I.
Williams :P. E. Stone of Archer and Mrs. f' Sr Pete Brinson. J. R. Wain- meet Monday evening at J II I I I',
B. weekend o '
Mr. and Mrs. G. Apopka were guest graph. MM":. T P- .i\ I' \ rk ) "

were Sunday evening guests of :E. M. Divis visited Mr. Davisin Mr. and Mrs James Leis.JI.. wright and Guy Andrews Lex:: !' o'clock at the home of Mrs. Leslie, I Pitted th.-, Hth dn' ,' I.ni'i.in' 'I "' 01.1i ,

)1r. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and I Riverside hospital on SundayMr. Lewis Jr. graduated from U. of F' Green, a member of the Gainesvillef i i Biggs I 1952(!OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas L I In The Circuit I..ur.. liul.il. ludi I f
family.Mr. David's condition is greatly on Saturday with a Bachelor 0,,i I ]lodge also attended the affair. Clerk' of the Circuit Court rial irrnil Of r'lt.ritla., In \ .ol, .'">r r,, ., I'. ,
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By Myrtle) T. Dea\er Deputy Clerl, J liradfnnl.< mi<>. :. In < ". p..ii.tIt < ,
improved.Dr. I I I Ii .11,01 I.. I ,, I
Architecture .
I. K.lHi -I Iilit \ I II.
lit' 4t : .1' 'I. ,. ,
and Mrs. Clarence \V. Col- i I Mr and Mrs Garl Mathew attended Political I ) ." I. a""". !1..1! :.' I. .
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I Ordertlri %tlrr t \ r 1
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son and family are moving tc and Mrs M. B. Hejlong J. B. Drennan returned to I! the reception and gradua- .Noncn 10 trrKtn I I I"l TI.> \iiiu; of TI I s' ,i' ., I., ,,, g,,;.:.

Atlanta. Ga. this weekend where I I joined Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Robinson :her home in Columbia. S. C. last tion exercises of their son. Bruce. Announcements In rirrnit (Court llrndforil <'...nl" da To ,-.I-I, ," II 1I
I I rictriila, I II ('liiini-erj. .\llllll-H I. I I. c I ,
Mr. Cokon has transferred with of Jacksonville at the latter1 I j Saturday after several weeks' who graduated Saturday evening ; runV. .. I I KililuVnt7tll, I",inn! iff. \s :-u '' t :'|1'1"1.11:11.1.1 .i.. :S" I. \ 1, I, ,
J from U. of F. Following the ex- |:>MIK U,' T \ ,,> Ha I luff ml YI.II h. ,I. i 01! '.11 \ ;'i, "
the Fireman's Fund Group. Mrs. I camp on Lake Delancey over the visit with her son-in-law and. / ( t\in,: t.. ih. -..Ii.-jtati"n \\.nlz..II. intI ai f \ ii '1' 111 \ "11 .' : \i iI h
-.f ,,
their "f many I Case No Ss6! : )u.t- I I..n Ior"h' .tt.> In .I V ,
at nit
Colson's mother Mrs. Jesse L'i weekend. ''daughter.11'. and Mrs. Claude I erci.ses they entertained Tax -A 'frond. !' hat I run for Comity I \..tl.... To tpiiear.I tin' I'iri'uit J I'oui? < I 1'1.,<<11.: : .1; itt \ --F. ,.t \ ,,,I urF. "
will far as Atlanta with I home and had as gue-ts Mr and : ful !'< 'r :.g..in. jml aftei care I T" I Il.t \\.ntz..1I. wh.-- i'..-id-n, Kl".' ;1.1t. l Io> )Ial\ I I': I 1.u-; i 11 ;1"' I riff ,1.1.! .1 1 I c Ii. ,,1II 1 0' Ii,.
Ray go as I Ci o\vson. ronvuit-raiii-n, I have I.I. "I I Ialt. "II
i' r'
I decided to j is: "nk n"wn. md x out it.h.r'l i. 'I lu .I' fit'ipfroflalIV .
while enroute to her Mr and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and I Mrs Homer Lewis of JarksoD'illl'.1i "cr..r mvlf) a" I i hIi.I,1. > 'I, I I'
her family I i nndidate for the You art> h..r..11\. nutifi-il! lit.,' .t .r l.vauoiiuI'leik I \I II 1 lb.- ': k. K: \
Mrand Mrs. Dillian Whis- ,'I iihovimportant office I am there- ... nlid nf sud ,'..i.r' ", 1"1.1,.. jlh.Illi.I "' .1! I"
home in Corbin Ky. after a short I'on. Jimmy. and P. P. Wood visited i Mr. and Mrs. George Lohr of ;i f'.r. akin the suit f..r Phiin-e has !It' n oii' j I Ih".1 dl .
Lowell) .' vote and support of against you in the aho,'.' nam,1I'.urt I fells -. if mIn tin I T: \\I ": '."" 'I.I 1. f 'fl.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cooks in weekend I lor. Mr. andIrs. the 'llIalitj..l| I .. -.ml i'i i .
visit here. High Ohio \otr 1,1. ,
i Cleveland.] were at the oomins and i-aus and you artn'-- lllll'lt! Inttd suit illlll -.Ml .1 \1.,1 l I" ""

Springs on Sunday.Mrs. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. I II thews and son Dennis I I -Primarv....tfullI ami-. l (;..n. ral Election n.I ..- quired ti> st-rve a ...>p>. of \ ..ur answer in.. mil imi>li.te ...on. "fml\ il... I :alii. KM.: of lih i.I i :i "," ,'I',
Mr. and Mrs. Mathews andI I "r pleading i I.' the ..11I- f.n--. upon, IIaSelden. Mt-ine\I : I., ,laki "n ,i- I'' ,It .1
Sen. Charley E. Johns went tc I Brown. Virgil I F W HATES. randicl.it plaint on the Plaintiffs ..\tti rn -viI'van -. for 1'! littiff. $.-hl. n RniMiiiL.. 'in tin Th-, ,, ,..ioiif.,1. I I t. \ [II

Tallahassee on Monday to protestthe J. F. Jaudon is spendinga i I |! daughter. Patsy. all of Neptune I f-.r Tax ,\!' .e-v.'r : T. Rvans and Xeal I' ":"""". t'II V ..f na\.t..na Rea.-h Flori.l,i. on I.011.1. or \I.efitre the huh day "M.irrh,.Iu..t'k.. f"t'I'| .
tr .
Jr.. 103: Law P.iehange -leiij.
i Beach Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dev- u m :
seining of fresh water lake! few days in Tampa visiting relatives -I Mrs. Susan Andrews. Mi>. Annie -- I Jacksonville Florida and file the A Lb l1*'.?. and v..Ii an' |...n'10\ {graph prior Itradfonl i '''''II' T. ',

nnd selling the fish. j and friends and attendingthe Wainwright, Miss Hilda Wat'son. -I Ilin and Mrs. and Mrs. Culla Coran FOIL .... ..:1111.... i original in the Affn-e .>f II.. rM.-rk fort h-r ntii.4; that \'on "hall I Witness My to Saul HI t I I. > d.-; ,
jI of Starkp and Michael Pickeringand 1! I hereby .Iof| the Circuit Court on or heforI'I otherui-i- (-''''II'h' with the law i ir 1 pal l at hand and offi ,
I fair and Gasparilla parade.Mrs. Mrs. Havana Johns. Miss Dot j for re-election announce my ,-andiIa-% | the 2Sth day of February. 195!: I and alx.Tir th. rt.-f. n->- ..( thi" suit Florida Staike.this Itradford I'oun, \"

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mapel returned I j Johns and Ed Hicks were visiting, Eddie Jay of the Jacksonville Sheriff subject to to thO'the offu-e til i[ I iotherwi.s! > the alligations of said Herein fail not 01 judcnn ttili J:I. A.0 151 :.11'M jay fir Janu.i

Naval Rase. I PrimarjIn \fHavinp ,,, Demooratu I! Complaint will lie taken a" confessed be entered .tI- it in't > <>u The naturi '01.;'.........,. ....
to Aiken. S. C. p*?3r spending thepast Albert Hartmann was in ; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cone and family -.1 by I, and '..lIrt".f 'aidtilt is a smt :\1. 1'-\1.. A J
their I I faithfully di-<'hare<>i] the you for diM.i.t. and t.. ".-,.0'.... the Plain I I'I.'rl. ..f "aid Th"1 '
week and
fare selling This shall be published 'ir"lIit '
Oak notice
Claxjon Ga. over the weekend i 1 in Live Sur.day. duties r.f the office: to the ( i '',11'
he-t of tiff. Marx I Rason to be thenitncr
Mrs Ralph Bogue has visiting: once each week f"l"i four consecntivo ?.'
in 4t
home. )fl. Mapel is working 1 1I my ahilHv
son-in-law and during mv first t.f
visiting! her daugh. term I weeks in the Bradford County an one half interest
the -'omb plant. I i and I Ii her for several weeks her sister promise if re-elected to continueto in tht' fttllowing scribed. iir.iticrt.tnwit x. -
I ter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion.. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lynn roprtnct Telegraph) <.51.1. FOIt
'i Mrs. Pat Mitchell and son Crai the affair" nf tho office Dated this :Hth: daof. .lanttarv. : Takr ::1>..11.... llll i
three children of Williston were I in a fair and ImnArtial manner U5!. Kasttrlv one half of Lot 1lilock <'oiintv thaI the Boa id .

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Attawayof Mrs. Effie Johns Mrs. Maxi'i I visiting friends in Starke and New of Lubbock, Texas. Thp\ vote III'" Minport of th" ,voter (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 12. except the West 114 feet County Commissioner Florida of Bradr, ,'
in the Pottnfv h and the South <7 feet of
I I will < rr >atlv appreciated. Clerk of the rircuit ( .tort except hid until receive fo'.I.1!, 0
OrU.ndo" were last Friday guestsof Carter and Mrs. M. F. Hazen were'I River on Sunday. I rtv, Mxrtle T. Deaxei. Deputy Clerk the West 4":; feet of the East one for the Ifl AM. Starch :S. "n ,
)Ir. and] Mrs. Eddie Kriener j half' "f -aid lot i. Plock I!. purchase by the
Yr and Mrs. Martin Land. I in Jacksonville shopping Thurs R..I..f"lh. Mil.mincd. 1'!.". 4t 2O1I'I 1.. one new Board '
Hartmann | -P P rjKDTMSHKOH \ Hodfrmiui's Subdivi.-ion, caid -tnntake holy d.n,
have moved from the I ruek.
day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and [ I prop.rtv ....me also) known n204 I one and bi l,, mat he made on u I \
Colson apartments to the Tyus apart- I > ': TO \I-IT.\U Loomis Avenue. Daytona Beach iiT more of thi ,
r. and Mrs. Clyde en- moving from 'ntl.!! "
children I II I i.
three are ..
.. ,. proportion!
I f'fI" "" COW II )" ,: In Circuit (Court IlradfttrriFliiridai Canals. Flarida.and :
ments. '
falned at a farewell supper Edwin Howard of Keyston<, I the Adolph Gay apartment this II nivriufT TIIKKI: : In ('hlln".'.. to further bold and decree that 1. Cah. price nf i,. w t -k. i '
I full
I I I hrrchv :nnoiinc mv randidai' you dixt-ted of and all title "ep<-ri|>tion lli.., ,
day evening for Mr. and Mrs. home on I Paul n..nno.1Arlll"r..n 1 Inv H "f
his Merrill Edwards the Mapel
visited Mrs. Ray
week into
sister i
fir (''lInl' <"Ionimi ..I'lolhtiH'1 in and said ; Canh pt-i.- ,.
Mrs. Ara Moitt has had as >''otier from r>i!-- vs Hleanor Armstrong. T> to propt-rlv and :\Marx of m 'I'k
arence W. Colson who are mov on Saturday. Westmoreland avenue which they'recently : I I fri,-' Thr..., (Couth Stark*). -uM"<'t C.se :X" SSS9i B Kason )I... inxested therewith trade
ng to Atlanta this weekend. I i recent guests. Mr. and Mrs1. G. P. : thp Will> f thiV'.t..,r-. in t..., \ >tire To .% PPI'''r. This n,.11..e shall be published Roanl
: purchased. R. j O"I1o.ti.i T'rit":1" \\lto ...fliia \\ttk for four tonsecuHxe 1',1.01, I d. f. 11..1' i ,
Tison of Jacksonville and Mrs. .f >fiv <; If To: Eleanor Ai 1"11I.1( I .n" \ e ;I' nl ,f
Also! attending the supper were Miss Louise Cone of Live Oal 11 .1....t. *1 I u'll'I Tt ml..r Th* v. rv I.. evidence is: Unknown xMt-l-x\ in t Biadford: Count.v Telegraph of 10'\' irink .--i l I.' 'I' 'Ih'! 'I. ,
and Mrs. Thomas F. Colson.Mr. : \ A Pope of Dade City. i. .. >... I '..t notified that a in" nt |il.in
Mr. j spent Monday and wit!(r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson rv _'f" T am.i|>.il.1i' t.. You are hereby _
II Tuesday i II"v dit-ri :! ...' ftof ...'u- nt 'nsr' suit for divorce has been I \\ ln.'-'-. inx? hand :and the seal I of 4 T .1 .. def. ru .".1 f i, "n .
I her aunt Mrs. Havana Johns, an;! : of Vinton. Iowa were Saturday 1 V..tr ,'M.. :it,(| vnnnort ill h. -,. lied against you in the above nam- Ihi,. i-ourt it Stark,' p.indfurd Cmin I II"I...l'i| I k loss II 1.1.1.l | |I'I in ,

and Mrs. W. G. Godwin are Miss Dot Johns. visitors of their aunt Mrs. J.1.. Mrs Alice Lambert of New York 1..i:1! !t>'>1i ed Court and cause and you are required iKb.. .i .itl i tli.-"? Ah day of F.h-\\ fl.I .Ill t"II'k ..f 1.11":

making their home at present with; I Mitchell while enroute to outh City has accepted a position as i i-I \ I'H"'IFf: )'" \ HT's .n':. to serve' a copy to the of complaint your answer I ru.iiv ioFFH'1, \' It. .:|E.ii':.,!. \.1 1 , | I or pleading in <.ni H-I i 'I I "
resident manager of the Starke ( 'I. ik nf. d.1it' I 'I'ourtMxi'l. I'
Godwin's Mrs. Bertha / as u .
Mrs. mother i EvanT. I TI I K .
Mr. and Airs. Lyle Anderson Ji r. Florida. nn the Plaintiff'sttornevs. cin. \ l' I II'> i 7'. 1 \
': Mrs Lambert is an experienced pun T\V \ *.roii .lr : I ? I. T It.-.tx.i: |Vpi) !, "t'lerk
Hotel. D E .
Pearce.Mrs. Evans and Neal 1 :\0!\ II I .1 01'' I' I 1- in:n l I. L ',
spent the weekend in the souther : r ti.nh>' """nn...> that t am a Building. Jack /x 4; 2 "' .
1'C business woman and 10:1: Law Exchange \ .f .1, I 'h' I
I part of the state. Little Mik Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Reddish. I onndid.itf.r The offli-e of T.TX: .\-- sonville. Florida and file the original I.\ I ..'..'
i \OTirn TO AIn ''CUt
trained nurse who has spent many I .-.nr of Hr.i'lfnrd: : i*..univ. .lIhi"1I of the Clerk of the \
office I ,
in the ,
F. H. Long few '
spent a \ !
Anderson with his I. : and Patrolman irmit 'ft.rf. ftrndfcril C..nel,.
I. stayed grandparents son. Drew Reddish 1 New I I to the u ill ,.f the \-..Ip,'- in thp ("il"'ni' Court "ii or htfme the I 1Mbdav ,
1 in her profession in ; In ( ...... .. ,
days last week in Jacksonvillewith yean P"m"l'rIII" 1'rimal'IIf .flr..
several M.iv fi '
the Sam Andersons.Dr. Quentin Fillingim took pa- T "f F* l.tnt.i-t. 1'IV : .th 'i w i-
her son-in-law and daughter 1 York hospitals and also has business f".fl that nn' Kn'iwlt-dp"- and Inn" the allegations of ,,:lid Complaintwill IFI.'d. < td) !I. nbi rir PIa: 1111 Iff. i' \
Tue '
tients to Chattahoochee on I experIen.in land : : lib. IB l p. f..ublll 'UT"I'
Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll. interests in Canada at pres- |I iiialifi maflc well he taken as confessed by you i'flM. \o ,'.:, I'i \\ ''h I I \i l'I' M l \ V :'i.\
and H. Adams this
Mrs. H. ?
an( ay.r ent. She came to Florida on a IT promise fair and :\-.U. T. Appear.'r. I i i r. .1 i ; 11 iff ,
impartial o'rie'to consecutive
I week for .
family drove Dr.Adams' mothe r each \ .. )1." 0\1.. t.-i- I J.I.I i n\' ,I. I i- .
nil if
visit and liked it here so well she i l 'fte<1 Vmirotc nnd "tip- weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ... illl..I. \
Mrs. A. I. Spencer and daughter .. dt in and :addr s'I' i Kdgtxatei l .mil
Mrs. Carrie Adams to her horn Mr. and Mrs. Ru-hard Ray and port will !I. pr'itlv a"nr"'IIt..d : .

Attire of Jacksonville wt're'isU.. in Jacksonville Sunday after a I baby of Jacksonville visited Mr. ,t[ decided to stay permanently.i !I- -T .F .\ J.IEItf.N.I 11f""h.., this I'dli: ,dav of J.inu.u\'. I \ Von I .\\iniit-a i-' hereby. I K\in: n.v t' .1 I' oI.nil.hat I n i gniilt i !I.I I. '.

lug Mrs. Spencer's sister. Mrs. J. i !* suit f.., I 1"I;i i '.' :.;i'l x
visit ,
It hej-e for several weeks. ; and Mrs .1. S. Sapp on Sunday. :\ and Mrs J. D. Seymour and I 1 FUll nt"TJU'GI, : (.OFFIf"HT. PE\T.) A .I Thomas .1111',1 l ..f n"MI..I' in... I bt 1.1'-
Wainwright | I nut
on Monday. I Clerk of the fin'u't! Court innss
II i To the Vottrand my many f'bd .e.a" ,'i \"nll in tht' :,hnv.nainid '. I .4.. ,
!I family were in Jacksonville Sun friend in Ti.idford: t'iunty. Florida By Myrtle T. Denver Peptitv Clerk I'Court and .nisi and xoii are required .I !
Mrs. C. B. Strohscliem and thr<* Mrs. J. H. Fields. Charles Fields i lit 4t :! 1Mtnrr. ll .I f II I. f >
1 I herf'blnn..II.1I'1': hat I I to i ,iiv of ,'roUTII I .
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Deal of : will he a -IMP ::1 1 .
It Ii
children of Big Ben. La. are spen dand( Mr and Mrs. Herbert GreerT ;I Iday. candidate for r.---I"('i"n in th<. com1 answer f' ..I. adiutr; t.. th. cr.ninUint 'i' ri
Macon Ga.. former residents of I I 1: ing Demo<'ratic i I SIn II ; !"1 ," \ II.. i f. |I. I I' M! T '
i ing some time with her moth spent Sunday Marclenny ,visit- o Primary to he held I : in Ai'pRin : on -I h. i .ini i. i. ..r M > 11
Starke. will be overnight guests I i Mrs. D. L. Silcox visited hei rjin! May of fl'2! :;: and that yourot.- rlri-nU ('..".1. llrn.Uftril r.vnf>.,' u T FrinK I I., i di) ". ii 1 ".Z- "Hi-- ''!l.i! .1 I.i .1' lit... .. .1 4 .: II,
Mrs F. O. Peterson. 1 ins Mr. and Mrs Tate Powell | and support I hert-lty earnestly I -.1 ft ul.) 'o, 'I.! .-frI I
Friday of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ; I daughter. Mrs. Ralph Cox in Live<- 1'- Pli.ri.l-l : In fhnnrerjr. I I i. i it h1t! I n..1" i -.. ii.
I i| fiiested.| ; that if rf-eleetcd tb.nfrIe" Hoim V',.I'h.1 T'lamtiff \ .li-.in 1 of 1t.(1. i i I II d t "Ull 'I. : : ..
Sr. while to Or Wednesday to Friday o f nil lie run for the interest of th. ,I..r '.. f" i "..1 I i 'l' t tI'1" "I I f I [I'
Quick, enroute : Oak from ttiW 01. Ii ] >ef. ,, ,
\ Mrs. Wilbert Humphreys ai dl I Mr and Mrs. J. N. Vickers am j '".1111!\ and the people of the foiintv iicUn'l'l .e ".', V1'Notice ", ..' othtlnisi, the .lilt t.litoU.: ..: ,! .1. ,
lando. last week.Mr I 1 i.tor tiii| t
ait h.i the ,01'.I lint 'I '11 l.t 1"I.n asi
Mrs. Lester Kilborn who ha ve daughters Janice and Carolynspent I. 1 in past % tarim' Tn \iirnr.| << ,,, ..
| x .14.i. if .i'i.--.I \\0 w nil n inini" 'n I1no '
I on nu < "lInt i t \ x i.n
Judpe .' .l.-in-tti' \\ilih \\ I t'ultnu '-"' i-s|I' .
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fredj i the weekend in Fitzgerald.Ga. ; .-r'' V>'nrit"uhR '. T' 11 ,-. p. 'I i e ",:,,111... t''t'.1-ti.d, 1: one* i \ "ii "< .I I'
Kefov t"nknllwnI
Marcia Kay Hazen Martha and Mrs Hudson f i- .
r> Ii i f" ''I il'i lit lwe lf vT
j I' \\
Orr returned to their home in and broughtIr.. Vickers ,: 1'JHYt.\X.: I are hereby notified that i I
I ,
Landrum Ann Johns Katherine I I and da\l htl'r. Edna. and Mrs. and quit for Divorce has teen filet I n M P" ,1f,1 '" ,,1\' 1'. IiI I ,I .> I
Athens Canada. mothf'l'lr>1. Docia Vukers. I graph I ic- ," i I *.
Kelly Jimmy Cole and Van Priest I weeks' visitLittle :j i Mrs. Richard Gill and son. Gary I' npainst vou in the above name.I. '....1 'I| I ,1 I i hi, i x ,
several and are rej
them for and rau"* yon
Court .
were shopping in Jacksonville | of Galeton. Pa. were Tuesday VISitors In Ihe (Ireuit Court Of Florida j a of your anwer ., 152 I 0 ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hayes and i\ while r.ichth: Judicial' ('in-iiii In tnd j quired* torve copy the complain I (( FFICIU. :;Iu I.) A J Thonw I" .:'I I
Saturday.Mrs. of Mrs. R. C. Dampier I s nr pleading) to .
For llradforil Count In C hnnorrr. rtrlr of the Tiri-uit Court i.1' f Ctorl .
Janice Addison ; Za'h II
and .
children of Miami Yvonne \ttnrnt
were Sunday tin Pl.i'ntiff- V.
We t. They plan i iI In ; 'n Pxtrtle T fI. T r>et.i.tv ('Ipr" ,
I | enroute to Key r. :Adoption if r."I'rt Kugt n> l, | |Ii, )iMii.iinir.\ J.uk -ix I I '
( ) .itgtt'I.1'
guests of their uncle and aunt. are staying: at the home of <";<.ddm, minor. \It .'
next a I .
\V. F. Barefoot of Sander. to stop by the Dampiers' I i..t'Iu\ .t'1! l.L.' i .1 t i ,'lit f !I. it. r.ruglnASSASAl
Mr. and Mra. T. H. McNeill.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tucker for the I Ibr state Of Florida To: I
Mrs. Eunice Newton and Mrs. I home.i '
son. II week on their way The a1.u.r. named minnrnatlura
time being.Mr. .. ------------------------------------------------
ho--e td ------
Violet Shaw of Jacksonville were i i I "ar'nt' name addri'''. r. >.I!t. *AAAAAAAAAAAA t tii
I. me and wher t..tit >- i" '11II,1I.\\"n I l >II
and Mrs. G. W. Jaudon
here Tuesday afternoon visitingMr Last weekVilliam Norris was \nrii: 4

and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. daughter of Tampa were weekend I I and Mrs Earle] Silvia of Alton I j visiting: Mr. and Mr*, R. H. Bart- WIIF.RE.it appear in that I Ii >II

Mrs. A. F. Sauls was visiting in j guests of Mr. and Mrs J. F. i R. I. spent brother-in-law the past week with and I I'i ley in Jacksonville while Mrs. NorriS I'in-uit ertain "ourt.cause now Eighth pendinc.ludni.il m I'M-the ,I"* Model14 MAGIC CHEF

Jacksonville Monday afternoon. Jaudon. Mr Silvia's i was visiting Mr. and Mrs. C'I, i'uit. In and For Rradford <""'only.in :ii
sister. Mr and Mrs. W. R. Morse ('hanl'.r'Whl'rfoll1 JohnV'lev ,
G. Price In Quincy. Ooddin and hi- wif., I'Tn.Ttlll* i'.

Robert Ooddin pray for the ad(."- .1 :
Cecil Sewell returned home from j Melvin J. Smith I tion of TJoherf Eiipt, -ne Ooddin that .
: Mr. and the catd Roliert Kuei-n>- floddm; : 1 1I I.r : .
THEATRE the Municipal Hospital. Tampa. on and son. Junior. and George andj I I the minor < hiM of unknown "a r. n" .- I .

I n Fiuiav and will return this Sun-I \VarwoO'lV. ati of (
I Bruno'oler.. all .. =
:11,1 po t ffo ,IfIlro H if. tht natural = =
STARKE ilav for a checkup.Mrs the -
\ Va., are house guests at pap II" ."f -a id n" i' vi I Id! i- : -
i ia 5C ''Ihll' V. r' ,I., I'' I ,:" r. !ti,I It
Sacks residence Mr. Sacks .. .
I trr < r I Ml' I
Dedicated To Community Service J. L. Wilkes of J at'kson-\\ newcomer to Stark-. having z.e 0 f F: r ..1.! .1. ; Range 135.00

yule spent the early part r i --t 'i1]
"Movies Are Better Than Eve \'irton.'a
Z : moved! here from! 0 01
week with her sister. Mrs A. ', g. 'I., r ,, '
Sat., Feb. 9 ONLY Sun., Mon. Feb. 10, 11 Adkins and Judge Adkins. I, Mrs. Mooney spent latve: *.k*'mi 4 .- 2OGAL.

\ S. C. where she attended 4 .
flemson :
: in
DOUBLE FEATURE I Sunday and l. 4 CC '
Tiv Arnold spent '
the graduation of heron -4 ( nmplftdv/ ( Automatic
Monday in Miami where he attended 4

I IM1M I the: graduation of his son-in-l[ Charles Mooney. She wa al''OIl1 DPEIC 4 I
her niece. Mrs J--M 4
.S (aw Hubert B. Butler panied by 4 I Heater 79.00
I IROCIY' !I Hanson and her daughter Mi-' L TARKE FL 4 I I t t4

!'Barbara Harison, and Mis- Coninr I I4
I in G. W Brown and son. Bill. ] I
_ I Moss all of Miami. Fri.. Sat. Feb. 8. 9 4
..IIj.&.. I IL.8CK Di Tallahassoe were Sunday visITOrS -!i 4

$ JACk I of Dr. Brown's mother Mrs. I DOUBLE FEATURE -- 4 >V

G W Brown. Sr. who is quite ill. i Mrs. Mayme Toomey and Erm 4 4 H 214.00 ,

1rei j son \\". Kerr were in Jacksonville I'll Get By 4 $ >t.

her son-in-law 4
I I Mrs \\'. Wimberly has joined Friday visiting 4

and Mr and Mr<. Jame IN TEChNICOLOR: -4
I daughter
Mr Wimbeily in Mulberry for | p.
_ 4 I Plus Old
several weeks' visit Mr. Wimber i i O. Toppins. Jr : June Hater. \\ m.t Lundilran 4 your Range

I'lus "Ski In The Sk)'" Short 4 ly is working out of Mulberry for : I vn' -4 4 >

I Latest News : the railroad.Dr. Food Sale PlannedBy I AH Bab And The 4 4 p.

I Tues., Wed. Feb. 12,13 and Mrs. T. G. flitch and' St. Mark's Forty Thieves -4 4 *>

Tom. of JacksOn'i1le.t're :4 This beautiful, >pecially priced Magic AKOYE I KALANCEI'AYAHLE *
._-__- baby. Ladies Auxiliary IN TECHNICOLOR: 4 *
their parents Mr and Mr- 4 p.
visiting/ I II Maria Montez 1 Jon Hall] 4 Chet"range: brings you top performance >
and Mrs Carrie of St
H. C. Brown The Woman's Auxiliary 4
AND-- ('artoon and Serial p.

| Rtch on Sunday.Mr Marks Church met in the parish :4 4 [>lue long-lasting dependability. IN IS MONTHLY p.p.

I t house Monday afternoon at 3 4 p.p.
: Sun. Mon. Tues.
and Mrs Charles Meyers of ]I o'clock Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. :4 4 Itha' "o many exclusive feature PAYMENTS p.
Feb. 1 0- 12
p Jatk-onville visited Mrs. :\It'yers'l! directress opened the nueting witha 4 p.p.

I m parents. Mr andIrs.. Juniusj! devotional During the busmessession 4 4 such a:' the Red Wheel oven heat p.,
The p.
Smith on Sunday I III were madeto HighwaymanIN 4
4 regulator) the one-piece top burner See this and other t
the parish house in the 4
TECHNICOLORtint II Mrs. L. G Powell left Thursday paint ClXF 'OLOI 4 ..

JOHN _CtNNil, AALtfN for Columbia. S C. for a few da's'l near future Clia Coburn.anda Hendrix 4 4 unit- large) fully insulated oven Magic Chef Specials :

visit with her mother. Mrs A. H. Th' delegates report on the Plus !Short and New, 4 Broiler, plus) many p
4 :-wng-)1l'-: )! !
M [tO1EFEWHUAN I Fnpp. and her sisters. Miss Etta recent annual Diocesan meeting in ,I-4 p.>

ICKEYROOIIEY PutvC \I Fripp and Miss Louise Fripp. j Gainesville was read and enjoyed >i Wed.. Thur. Feb. 13. 14 I4 others. Today p.

.___ for bake -
Plans a
V I were completed I
Mrs O. A, Thomas of Lake City 4ij
IMus "China Doll" Short and : sale in front of the Bradford Hardware ANNIE '
and Mrs. Knight of the State

.. Latest News Farm were dinner guests of Mrs[ Store at 10 o'clock Saturday GET YOUR GUN I ij CENTRAL FLORIDA K*

THOMAS MITCHELL) Thur., Fri. Feb. U. 15 Mallory of last week.Thomas Thursday evening morning./ Feb. 9. Members are IN CINECOLORIN :

&uI, U R1tI urged to have their cakes and pies TECHNICOLORBetty

"Callaway WentThataway" Mrs. W B. Parks was an over there by that time. Hutton Howard Keel I 3 GAS & APPLIANCE CO. E

night guest in Orlando Mondayand After the business session. asocial AND I

VLUSCARTOON i I was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. hour was enjoyed. and de- ] Cry of the WerewolfWith I

J. Moss at a dinner given for licious refreshments served i I Foch *
& SERIAL 30th Anniversary Special 1"1. were Nina : 149 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FL. .
Short Sen. Robert A. Taft in the San by; the hostess Mrs. Herbert Also Short 4 4 *



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'U. S. Must Build Civil Defense : Traffic Accidents for best, Common results: and Carpet Pensacola 2 to finches ,I docg' in July 1950. quarters 31'Battahon.\ whirl

HEIGHTS COLUMNAbout The unit participated in the seesaw of the ; .
part 7th
KEYSTONE Claim 774 LivesIn Bahias 2 to 8, Dallis 3 to 10 Coastal CalvaliRegim.: '

I AIR FORCE CHIEF SAYS ENEMY State Last YearState Bermuda and Pangola 3 to 15 river battle and following across the the aktong Inchon I Corporal Vance attended C\!.

St. Augustine 3 to 10 and Para son College I t.'mson. S C.. .
where invasion in September 1950 linked ( [p;
Island ,
buffet dinner 75 guests given enjoyed on Thursday the, turned she went from to attend Long the funeral of BOMBERS CAN ATTACK AMERICA' lives and of 774 county persons road-in claimedthe traffic and"Although Carib 12 more to 24.than a million t to up with climax the a 7th spectacular Infantry northern Division to entering :h< Army.

Jan. 31, by the Keystone HeightsWoman's her aunt. accidents last the acres of permanent pastures h&ve drive.
Newmanof Twit it die taut ef vticlti civil defense baud the booklrt "This It year Florida
excellent turkey Mr. and Mrs. William ( frst of I on or I OFFICE
Club. An Cwt Dtfnut" prepared ty the fiitrtl CmDifnie Administration It may be okiamrifrom Highway Patrol said today. been planted in Florida during the Since SUITUESOF
dinner was served buffet style ; Pittsburgh are here visiting Mrs. the S.r frtntm4rrtt of Dontmrnll, Cntrnmtnt Printing Once, H'uhmgttn. D. C., I past 13 ..t'armore is needed tc Corporal Vance's arrival ALL KLVDSAT
followed cards and Newman's daughter Mrs. William for tfn ',",,6.) The Patrol emphasized that thi in Korea June 19. 1951 he bar
and was feed the number of cattle
By MILLARD CALDWELL |I number is tentative since the number growing been awarded the Combat Infantryman
Walrath Jr.,
dancing. Mrs. Frank I in the state.
chairman of the committee, wishesto Paul Klaustermyer, who has Federal Civil De f true Administrator may be higher when reports of Badge and the Korean
thank all those who helped been in Keystone for several yearsin General Hoyt Vandenberg, Chief of Staff of the traffic fatalities arrive at state "Proper fertilization will cause Service Ribbon with one campaignstar. UKAl>rOKl> CO. TELEGR.UllII

make the affair a success. The the employment of the DuPontCo. United States Air Force, has made a startling statement headquarters in Tallahassee. Someof pastures to produce more grass He i is a rifleman :n Head.r .

club cleared about $80 on the par. ., has left to go to Mexico. He .I I one which most Americans find hard to i those injured in 1951 accident and therefore" help overcome feet -, .. _
the are expected to die. shortages Henderson says I __.... .. ......____
ty. was given a farewell dinner at believe. He had said that at best we could knock I 1 _________

The next event of major importance Inn last Friday. I down only 30 out of every 100 enemy planes attacking the There were 351 motor vehicle I Where Rool knot Is A t Problem :

on the club calandar i is) Mrs Ivan Bernkopf has gone tc'| United States. That means that at least 7 out of 10 would I drivers and 33+3 passenger killed Cpl. Elmore Vance j Fumigate With

the concert of the Men's Glee Clubof } Hot Springs, Ark. for a few weeks. get through. Despite our traditional attitude that "it can'tappen I in automobile collisions last year Now In Japan I) I) From Kitgon :
the University of Florida, which Fay Maxwell, granddaughter of h here." we must believe these facts. Patrol reported. It previously \ Stocks of I) nand
I has to Warm ---noet announced that 168 ptdestnan- With First CavalryCpl. Fumigation Kite for Application} :
will take place on Tuesday, Feb. M. M. Sargent, gone This does mean that our Air \
]2. This will.be an evening of excellent I Springs Ga. for a further check '! Force Is Ineffective. We have an for she has scientists capable ofpreparing' and seven bicycle riders were I maintained by us at all times SZ
clarence Elmore Vance.
the 868 traffic fatalities
: entertainment. Then on up. I excellent air force and our antiaircraft diseases for use against among J TOP \
Thursday, Feb. 21 the club will A chance encounter in Starke I defenses are good. In the people, plants, and animals, and The status of four fatalities was Keystone Heights, recently ar-1\ Ql'ALITY STOCKS OF BE.\\. (rOH; ,, and :

entertain with a card party in the last week with Rev. Aldrich, whc I II I' last war, the Germans also were trained secret agents who could I'not shown in reports received bythf rived in Japan from Korea with i \\ OTHER VEfJETAHLE; ; SEED ON HAND :
spread them.It 1 Patrol l
club house! There will be a further was formerly pastor of the Community I well equipped with defense weap- the 1st Cavalry Division. \ \
Church in Keystone, elicited j not able to is certain that she has the Al:>o Stocks of All Pesticides Needed
announcement of this later. ons, but they were The division, tc for Insert and :
now assigned
The next regular meeting of the!j the information that he and stop our attacking bombers. On major war gases, including the new Fertilize PasturesFor security duty on Hokkaido. Japan'fnothernmost I I Disease i Control in Seed I'eds And Field .
his wife have been for about four the we lost fewer than 10 deadly nerve gas developed by \
club will be on Tuesday, Feb. 12,1 island, was the secondU. .
I I German experts who were taken Higher ProfitsIn :
months in the Hudson Bay out of each 100 planes That givesus THE
at 3 p.m. This is a business meet : up to think about! into Russia at the end of the last :. S. division to enter the Korean KILGORE SEED CO. :
ing but Miss Cousen of the Home country in Canada and are now something Beef Production fighting, making an unopposed 1 202 :X. E. 1 1st A\e.
We know that everything Gainesville; :
will in Orange Park. possible war.That I }laI ,
Demonstration Department will be done to stop the is not all we must plan amphibioulamiir.p u Pohang-II I ---"-------- _
peak for a few minutes on the The week of Feb. 12 througHFeb.,22 against. In some types of biological Bt-ef: pi 1 ii, > bruin What they: aif ----------------- ______-------- .
has been proclaimed National enemy at our borders, and tod.ivi'V' I
pound of 1 meat aildei1in .
of at.1{ club in Keystone
possibility but warfare fifth columnists could be- r -- -
within we
prevent sabotage ,
Defense Week. The irfttl-
proc in 10'10111.tJl'dll' touch

Heights.Last Tuesday. Council presented electric I mayor lamation has signed been by posted F. T. Scott in to\a'n? war also, a can good be sure percentage that, in of case enemy of gin war is work start.without Saboteurs waiting too,for could a state more eatlll'lJen.aud nion'-v ,in the good pocket pasta't'-of !' WELL WHATDAYA KNOW'

to O. E. Ozzie) Stewart an attacks would be successful in attack from within and wreck our I' !
blanket on behalf of the town I and your attention is hereby calledto spite of all that we could do. defenses and war production out- are one of the secrets to fast uu' ,
and it. It is urged that every citizen economical gains according U
token of their regard I put.
as a That is why we must have Civil
appreciation for 14 years of servicelie I give every cooperation to the observance Defense. Hit Without WarningAll Russell Henderson, agronomist REMINGTON SLASHES PRICEON
of thi week. with the
gave as city clerk. Mr. Ste The wide oceans which once pro- these enemy weapons could Agricultural Ext'njoLSeivicl' ;
wart did not run for reelectionlast to global hit us without warning.The University of Florida.
tected us have given way : : : '
fall because of ill health and bomteri. Today we face more kindsof outcome of modem war is "The best way to insure la rg. vl3Z I1"2ir= : ADDING
the town was sorry to see him i attack than ever before, and our not necessarily decided by armies quantities of high quality herbage MACHINE
office he held so long. HAMPTON : I in the field. Wars today can be improved lands
give up the danger is much greater. I ion pasture IF
He announces that the blanket is I There is only one sure way to won or lost on the home front. The I through proper fertilization andI i PLUS

greatly appreciated.Mrs. By.Mrs. M. C. Sweeney ,I keep any enemy from knocking us home front cannot be hidden, and .I February is the month to apply FROM $127 TO $120 TAXESWorld's'
it cannot retreat-not if to
II we are
Bert Christoffers has re- I out of a war. We must know how fertilizer Henderson reported.On I II II I
Caffnce'a 'ne Slade I to ave lives and property, restoreour survive as a free people. grass pastures: a 6-6.6 or II I
Millions of Americans must be
BoooeeoooooooooocU ''Truby and Juanell Pope Slade 1 cities and industries, and carryon similar fertilizer should be broad I
/ ; announce the arrival of a son, 1 the fight no matter what kind trained in civil defense before this cast at the rate of 400 to 50C ,
country can be sure it is ready for I
I Clarence Wayne, on Monday, Jan. I of attacks are hurled against us. pounds per acre on mineral soil
I : hundreds of attack might come at any moment. ,1.a
has heavy,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birt and : Russia a 0-8-24 or 0-12-16 on peats and!
children of Elizabeth N. J. have ;I II I long-range bombers patterned after We have no time to lose in pre 1 mucks.
/Mr-llOW! paring to ward off such an attack. Fastest
which could through
ea B-29i get Keyboard
< t I I been visiting Mr. Birt's mother, our Cattle should! be removed from
Your home job, family,
of defense setups. We your your
most our
Mrs. Ira Lester, the past week. pastures prior to fertilization and
that Russia has atomic bombs your own life may be at stake. I
Plan today your children's The Birts recently bought a know returned only after fertilizer has
I new and that their' heavy long-range Civil defense is the sure way- i7__ TERMS IF DESIRED il
college education through a. home in St. Petersburg and expect bombers are capable of delivering the only organized way-for survival been washed into the soil by ralr _
Mutual Life Insurance to move there permanently this or heavy dews, the agronomist
them anywhere in the United on the home front.
I Ii
week. stated. j
Policy. I States at any time the Kremlin (The next article will discus
I 1 Mrs. Milton Newman and little dictates. what is civil defense and how It I Good grazing management calls : WHY DELAY -SEE TODAY

daughter, Sandra, of Jacksonville: She can wege biological warfare can help.) for rotational grazing where pos. :i I
have returned to their home after I sible. It is important, for maxi _

C. Carr Colley spending several days with MrsNewman's : j I mum grass production, not to !
sister, Mrs. Lynn Hall.I,I with Dunellon.the O. D. Gay family in 1' graze. over \t4.I'. Bradford Co. Telegraph :

116 S. Walnut St. Ph. 25IlRe Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson, Truman King of Jacksonvillewas BROOKER Henderson recommends maintaining I II
with the Arnold Haddocks of Jack. I
grasses on established
a recent guest of the D. E pasures -
-- sonville Mrs K. J. Lewis between the I II
have been visiting Mr. following heights I
THE -- --- -
pr..Itj"g and Mrs. Frank Williams and Hills.Miss I 1- -
f --
3.t Joan Sweeney was an overnight \
t family in Dunellon. guest last week of Miss \v. \1. r. I'
} h Elmer Gay of Orlando recentlyvisited I
Florence Gnann Theressa.I
in Fourteen members of the Wo I
Also Emory and Frank Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen I \
and I man'- Missionary Union met at u '
Fire & Casualty Insurance Miss Martha Horne, accompanied I daughter Janie, of Ocala. Mr. and the Baptist church Wednesday -
I ,
by the William Welts of Mrs T. E. Duncan and daughter I II ;afternoon, and held a very interest
Jacksonville, !spent the weekend I l
Sue. of Gainesville, and Mr. and| ing and thoughtful program. Mrs

Mi.S.. E. Kennedy of Keystone James "'. Thomas "" .
- -- - program chair- "
I I Heightwere Sunday guests of man, was in charge. The program'' -==

Mi' and Mrs. L. A. Wynn at j opened with a lovely hymn ant1 [iprayer -'tern, .e e 8
Hampton Lake. Mrs. Wynn spent i by Miss Iva Mae Lewis.
Friday with Mrs. Duncan in Those! taking part on the program r==c-

TABLING Oame-\ille. i i1. I I1 were, Airs. M. O. l:al'rl'lllrs, : /

\1. Betty May and baby;| Lloyd Dyal, Miss Iva Mae Lewis ... ..
dan; itei. Melody, spent Monday I''' Mr... R. R Gano. Mrs. Lloyd Barry ; "

did i ''Puesiiay! with her sister, M rs. Mrs Earl Willis, }l rs. Wilson

Rube Bark dale. in Starke. : dt'en and MrEugene Crosby. i ., ,

SCHOOL XKU* \ The Executive and Business meet 1'1't 1 r t

)Grocery & Mkt. loves: Beal and John Bu.-h. ing will be held at the home of

I ,,7th grade students, have been ab- Mrs. II. c. Douglas Wednesday' /

.;( gent! because of illness, and we afternoon. Feb. 13, at 2 o'clock a 1'

I have missed them very much. Ladies! please attend and join us. ( 1 1i 1t
The 8th ode boys have made I
FLA. )'.1'\. Meeting t I ,
COlt X Ell CALL &
an album of the school's old phonograph The regular meeting of thtI I \i I.. i
_, records. The new record I
JBiouker PT.A.as held
HwuwuLiwwIWith : Thursday "
player is a great aid in the music "'''- "
eight, Jan. 31, in the school cafeteria \
.. ..'- 2 '
$5.00 Purchase One Lb. program. with Mrs. Howard Wait pre -- -- : I
1, The 7th and Sth grades won I siding. On behalf of the P.T.A

I the extra play period for Januaryby :Mrs.: Wait thanked the Fireman'

collecting the most notebook Auxiliary and the Home Demon \ i

I I I j Iwhich bands. We now have almost 2,000, stration Club for their rontnbii ea+eh LI bairI oP n

will be sent off for play I tions and cooperation to the Xmi'j : ,

lOcScotts I1 equipment. j I I' party. Mrs. J. H. Williams was I 1

,, j Howell Williams keeps his elected vice president to fill th

eo teacher supplied with beautiful {' vacancy created by the death of f I
I flowers. Just to show the other II. B. Crosby.The inlhesun
boys he was not Irving to be County Council P.T.A. Meeting /

"teacher's pet", he also brought will be held Feb. 19 at 8 p in .is r 4t ra l n ,1 f 111.
lovely bouquets to the 8th grade at Lake Butler in the school audi at '
Florida awaits every .
the MID you
A Welcome as warm as t
I torium. Mr. Bailev. State School! '
I James Thomas and Dudley Hardy Superintendent of Public Instruction Gulf dealer's in this wonderful state. y'r 1' y-" -

J 7000 SheetsTissue fifth graders, have really had will be guest speaker. i! Right off the bat, y ou'II want one of Gulf's marvelous Florida

\ the "Dimes on the March", soliciting The regular P.T.A. Meeting will!! Vacation :Maps. This map a complete guide to all of Florida will .tea pR

money every day after i be held March 31 at Fernamima the most enjoyable way.
where you're going
school for the crippled children. All help you get i
members are urged to attend
10 c The faculty, in cooperation with Refreshments were served to the The Gulf dealers have "Fun Cards" for you, too-colorful,
the PTA, is planning to landscapeand the folks back home./
group by Mrs H S. Anderson. amusing souvenirs to fill out and mail to
the school '
beautify grounds. :Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Mrs. '
An Old friend of Mrs. Perkins-. You'll find Sanitary Rest Rooms, friendly and courteous serv _
: '
WiggillsII's. Warren Mizelle and '
win Fraser of Southern States Mrs. Rosa Pmholster. :' ice-and those famous Gulf products. (
nursery--invited the PTA m'II1'bt'rs I
Personals j fare fun in Florida, folks!
to Macclenny and generously;
2' Size Can Blue BirdPeaches donated plants to the school Those :Mr. and Mrs. George Martin .
2 and daughter, Marion, of St. Pe- ( myAyI
making the trip were Mrs Perkins, D
tersburg were weekend guests of'! G-
Mrs T.
C. Chastain. Mrs. Marshal!
Mr and Mrs. Bill Bigham. \
Matihett. and Mrs. T. J Alder
23: Mrs. Lloyd Dyal and Mrs. How- j Fp=L-

man.The first aid class is now atd :Mott visited relatives in.
I..am'l Jacksonville I
Tuesday.Rev !
ing the techniques of Guff dealers
When the music teacher arrived'last "Bob" Gray, pastor of' No-Nox :

i Friday she was amazed tc : Hampton Baptist Church delivered .. GET SURE-FIRE r

I I find that more than half the das .I the morning message Rev. Ear! | have what8 good
had apparently had an accident Willis, pastor of the Baptist / L
Large J and was in need of hospitahzation. Church list filled the Hampton Bap j/ 101'more gmi10/ -/hB gal/on t

Total amount collected for the Church pulpit. '
| March of Dimes in our school was Mr and Mrs. L. H. Futch rf R i r qour car-

$53.21 Eddie Hardman Lawtey were visiting Mrs H. B fast!
was chair1 ; motor
SURF 27c I I that gets action; rom your
Crosby and Starting Snap
1' man of the drive and Mar"[ John family Friday night!

son was co-chairman. The 5th Sunday Herman guests were Mr and Mrs Smooth, responsive power lor taller driving in traffic: Gulfpride H.D.

t grade won the party by contributing Lewis of JacksonvilleMiss on the cper *c,.;d. HIGH DETERGENCY
the greatest amount. $14 3S : Betty Jo Crosby student of an d. sureness

Every pupil and teacher made a the U. of F is spending the midterm tI Rapid acceleration without annoying knocks- Gulflex Lubrication
contribution. holidays with her mother 4
Smoked Lb. Mrs.: Reita Brown of Dunellor Economy through quality that's built in Gulf NO-NOX Gulf Tires
Fifty-nine pupils and all teacher!
returned to her home last week. and o.-t o1 your engine.
were in a religious service last to get full mileage power Gulf Batteries

I after her spending daughter a few Mrs.days L.herewith A I!i
c ( Mott. i'

SundayWAIT E W. Hodges, Jr. of Columbia.
Bacon 39 I S. C. spent last weekend with his I

parents Mr. and Mrs E. w.1 i

I! Hodges. I (-love9 a wondrfil te- g

Refinance Your
Debts :
If you tae a sew, 1I0ra. or Hit
Do.'t crab a ihotrl and Martdie. I pith a 21'ear-5'j.( Interest I
Call Florida Renderers ; Federal Land Bank I

We have lots of Specials beside : Fre Prompt Ilrmo,.l of Dradj I Farm LoanSEE
Crippled or IVortkleoa LUmta I F. Register & Son r DistributorPhone

Ph. Gainesville 3330 CollectStarke I
these. See our handbill.jWWUUUUUUWU. or R. W. BRYAXt22 J55 Starke, Fla.

132 N. Main Street

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I 1 total score of 35-13.. This time Herbert O\erstreet of !.Ia lenny here at Navotney's Trailer I' i .

Oil Hwim Js Blount and Norman tied for high II were supper guests of Mr. and Mr. O'Nell is a close friend ; .

,. veer f 9 i place with a score of 10 points Mrs. Clause Johns Thursday. R. Forsythe a retired B & o K (

BY CLINT BON NER J each For Brooker McXeal was I Mr and Mrs S. G. Bradley of road passenger conductor N., :

e high man with seven points tc I Monroe Ga. Mrs H. E. Bowmanof less to say both men a-: hd-

nij- credit. Buford. Ga. and their visitors. i recalling many episodes that "

On February 1st Lawtey played j! Mrs Mary Harrell and Mrs. Mildred curred in their railroaiiinu .t

\ a return game with Starke Junior j I Wright of Hendersonville. I together

ray I High Team and for the first time |i Texas were Saturday supper Mrs. A. J. Beezer of I'\: .

Baptist Church Methodist Pastor Onward Christian SoldiersOf this season the team was defeated. I. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I. tawny Pa. is spending; the where ,'.' ,

the final score being 43 to 23 in Bradley I at the home ,,' her r r..'.
Attending SchoolOf i favor of Starke Again Thomas i Misses
Caldwell :
Peggy SueBiggs H. Lucas.
at the I and
First This Baptist Sunday Church morning of Clarke EvangelismThe I a half century's writing, an author is remembered for one night's work was Law-toy's high/; man with 11 ': spent the past weekend to- Mrs T. M F '. and :M!

the Pastor will return to the (I During the week days the Rev Sabine Baring. kept on writing. At the death of his father In points to his credit. In the Starke ] gether with an exchange of the : lian Gentry s;1'1: 'idasomnlle \'

of Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell, Could ministered to his little congregation at the 1SS1, he Inherited a fortune, moved into a man.aion line-up Jackson and Clark tied : visitor and hostess: relationship: .

pulpit bringing"Come"the. message the local of the First Metho- I mill town of Horbury, England. On Sundays he at Lew Trenchard and kept on writing. for first place with a score of I? i during the time. : Mr. an,. :M ., :M t tM'
invitation During pastor .
converted his bachelor): quarters into a meeting For 52 years Baring-Gould wrote a novel a jear.He points each. Mrs Cora Harris of Grand ,.
Ridge Leoim! i 1 11! \
under the dist Church, will attend a School :aiii i
service the Adult Choir
house. At night he held school In the same room. also wrote books Miss
on religion, mythology biography Thelma Starling is athletic is Mr
visiting and Mrs R. M N" >\ 'tny. alt,1'e\t OF: "
direction of Mrs. Mona Canova of Evangelistic Preaching to be After school he retired to his upstairs bedroomand :
travel folk-lore, theology and published reporter for the Laptev School :Markham
will bring special music, with Miss held at Riverside Park Methodist wrote Into the small hours of morning. a book of hymns. His "Lives of the Saints"alone 1' u 'i Stark' M 1',> .' mjii'Vs ;

Julia Lawson at the organ. Church in Jacksonville, Feb. 13-15 : Whitmondajr was a day of festival for the children covers 13;; volumes. Yet, he wrote all his 85; :Mr and Mrs John Go.hl i1\\ Hir-u"! I K ", 70 \

service I He will be one of a group_ ot i of Horbury. And it was custom for themto books in long hand and never had a secretary. "I their son Johnnie Ray and Mis C' i C'ouny: ; i.- .. t t.t" t. "
The begins
Happy Hour pastors from the Gainesville DisI march with crosses and banners to a neigh. never wait for an inspiration," he said, "aci whea STATE FARMBy 1 R M Markham and her UMtoi< :' ho Ii.i 1 t tt.;' u' ,

at 7:30: and features the congrega trict. and 350 guest ministers I boring town to joIn! other children for the annual I begin a job I stay on it 'til it's finished.! :Mrs Cora Hard, attendtht) l'.:,: hei. pi: ,, : :a aM .: ',
tional singing led by the piano i celebration. For the event in 1S54 the Rev. Had the Rev. :Mrs. Union County Cniu.tmn .. .
from neighboring conferences and. Earing-GouIJ lived 26 days mora Brjan Whitlirld Singing ing n.i: 1 ki ni \
organ-duo and the Youth Choir Baring-Gould: was asked to escort the group. On he would have been 90 when he died in 1924. It is i t' John"tnwu Sunday. ..
cOnnectional positions of the \\holeeastern i: il was'i; t';-
directed by Miss Alise! Lawson. : the night before he searched hymnals for a song aid the literary catalogue of the British Museum Mr and Mrs P D. Fanchoi .
of the United State, I Bride ( Info M... u "'PItStark. \ :, !11\
The Pastor will bring an evangelistic part j I the children might sing as they marched. Giving lists more titles by him than any other author -IHI-J :'tlnday'isltors
message "A Piece of String" who will gather to share in dis I up his search, he wrote some verses of his own; of his time. Cut Saline Daring Gould is best remembered Thursday! a'V-1: I '. 0: !' i-* .\ <'.tic; ; L Lowe of Mr. an.lt I :M\ I' .' \ ;1-," u I, :
School meets 9:45: with cussions of modern techniques in wrote them "Hymn for Procession! with Cross for a children's marching song he Mrs Louis II.'at:. :. 'I'uinvJ 'I:> m JacksonvilleMr Mrs R F.M -,. -, V' s. \

Sunday departments and classes at for al! I visitation and pulpit evangelism! | and Banners" and went to bed. wrote one night alien he was 30 and to whicha State Farm Bridge:; 'bb i at her and :Mrs Reese Bradley and and Mrs H _! .:

t led by outstanding leaders oi That same year the young bachelor saved: a 29-year-old organist named Arthur Sullivan set I home. A desert cour-e was served : their sons Clinton and Jack, and!
and Dr. \V Woodham Jr., mill haml'a daughter from drowning sent Her
ages to in 1S71. Mrs J. H
music before the ; Hundley, all of Jack
superintendent. Training Unionrfor American Methodism away to school married her in 186$ and games Prize iu IT.1 i I- t
The training in visitation evan went to Mrs. J. G ,G.. 6:45 with J.
all at
T ages director I.gelism will be presented by Dr. i Onward, Christian soldiers, Lit a mighty army high score and to Mrs L F Chapman i Mrs J M Bradley and of Mr Fountain Ten with a |>"uu f "-
in !
: .
Moves the Church of God" i and MV(
Eugene Golay of the Gejjeral Marching! as to tear, in bingo. The Instesxpn-, i Williams Sunday. every us... $2 rnmpletr. HI r I i
afternoon the church I ie Brothers, ice are treading I
Sunday Board of Evangelism Nashville, j With the cross of Jesus Where the saints hare troJ sented guest prizes to Mrs R P J\1.: Bradl.-v visited his brother !! ford ('otmty Telejraivh.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.
co-operating with the Revival at Tenn. The pulpit evangelism instruction Going! on before! We not ; Stubbins of Starke and to M- ;i -ni-law :and i sister Mi. and Mrs
Park of the Palms with Dr. Joe Christ the royal Master, are divided; .. i i\r .
S will be given by Dr. Leads against the foe; All one body we, E. D. Williams who is visiting : F Coker Sr in Jacksonville

Henry Hankins evangelist. I Harry Denman. executive> secre- forward into battle, One in hope and doctrine Mrs. L. Chapman.. t Sunday. Friends will be interested Radio & Appli.uu.'

Mid-week service regularly 7.3C: < tar of the Methodist Genera See, Hit banners got One it charity. Mr. and Mrs. R M :M.irkhair :! to knllC'.II' :Mrs f'okei' was ahl>

Wednesday evenings with the I I Board of Evangelism. The inspirational had as their visitors Sunday Mi I I to be brought to her horn on\ tint KKr\IK SEU\ I K I t.

message by the Pastor and an op. speaker will be BishopLlo'd At the sign triumph Onward, then ye people, and Mr>. Truman Markham ot 'day fllll'II'IIlg a icii-nt. mijor op

portunity for pray-prais.e and I I C.Vicke of the Pittsburgh Satan'i host doth flu; Join our happy! throng._ Jacksonville.Mrs. i 'I'ltliiL: ,,,i .i I It I 6 n' istlle\ llo-pl( ll Open K\i'ninsrs l G; Till I II)
Blend with ours roices :
for all. On theta, Christian soldiers your
testimony Area of The Methodist Church. E. D. Williams of St. Loui-
On to victory! In the 'triumph song; \1.1 I I U l'I
Open Saturday
A cordial invitation is extendedto is Mo arrived Thursday of last weekto i
Aim of the training program Hell's foundation gsirerAt Glory, laud, and honor,
worship at all services, and tc "To discover new patterns and the shout of praise; Unto Christ the King; visit Mr and Mrs L. D. Chapman : LAKE GENEVA

join the crowds attending the Revival techniques of evangelism for reach Brothers, list your voice This thro' countless/ ages Daniel R. Weeks

nightly at the Park of Palms i. ing the unchurched masses of our I Loud your anthems raise. Men and angels sing. MrBill Rivers of Jack-tun. i Bj Blanche Cunningham

at Keystone Heights.Methodist day" according to Rev. Leroy H. teas the overnight guest of Mi I! EIl'rtriealppliann'

Walker of Nashville Tenu.. area -v and Mis P S. Crews Monday HEP.\IHs
E 0 N'dl ot Connell-ville. Pa
Church director of this mission. I t ri.uidf Johns. Jr. and Kennetlli.hiis who i is a trainman on the B & r' :''i ll.s Court St. M.uk'
This three day school is a part were at home during th. I Irl
I fe H \ : \ Railroad is spending snare: tint < i
m$ | + week the mid-torn AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
i p.isi spending
Dr. Joe Henry Hankins, famous; of the Florida Conference Unitea II IiWdStarke \ ,
\.uation of Florida State ..'.
i I Univer
evangelist who i ilio preaching ii. Evangelistic Mission; headed by : - - -
the Union Evangelistic Campaignat Bishop Roy H. Short of Jackson! I \ -itv Tallahassee with their parents

the Park of The Palms, will be ville. I I ...... -. .'1 .. .. Mi and Mrs. Claude John..lack -' when

the guest preacher in the First I Preaching services and visitation I McGlynn of Ventura. Calif .
I will be conducted in the loca: j \ who is stationed at NAS. Jaelsonille. : you GAS iji
Methodist Church of Starke, Sunday Night 1 IL. ih !i' !"'hell! a good time I think
morning, Feb. 10, at 11 o'clock.I I' Methodist Church. February 17 LAVYTEYI! 1 i i istudi;\ nt oiintil of the Law spent the weekend wit r i I
a' To Be ObservedAt Mi: and Mrs. J. G Caldwell of DE
The many friend(of Dr. Hankin 24 under the leadership of visit "' \ :St hool was eiueitainedi\itli I

will be glad of this opportunity tc j ing minister, who will assist the Park Of Palms II. Hitch jmtat the home of Mrs Winton Mr and Mr*. J. (c Wallacspent ;' t I Think of, ,

hear this great preacher. Rev. Mr. Mitchell. I'.mish on Thursday night of last the weekend with Mrs Label I'I

Crowds are increasing nightly wtek Ea< h member of the Council 1 Edward" and Misses Joa n I
7:30 "The 1
Sunday evening at either Ihttane Propatu
'' Mis Mae Wells WAS visiting in Our service or
Evangelistic service invited member to attend and Nancy Mynthan m Jackoiville i i i I
Singing Basingers", who are lead. At The Tabernacle I' in the Union Lake Geneva on Sunday of last one other
ing the music during the Evangelistic I at Park of The Palms. Stirring)II week. as guest making a total of Their visit was occasion d :. Gas in tanks from .) gallons' to 1,000 gallons. I

Campaign at the Park or I Rev and Mrs Joseph T. Lain I messages by Dr. Joe Henry Hank-, Misses Lou and Ada Edwards of 30 persons present Mr. Cook and by the fact that Miss Joan Mvn i I I III

The Palms, will have charge of the I' of Denver Colo. were the Tabernacle | ins and inspiring song services I) Jacksonville were recent guests of Mis. Kelley of the school facultyand han was at home from FSU f> ) P P r\ lindl'r installation with any
guests over the weekendand music under the direction Mrs E M. Blount presidentof the mid-term holidays I I
service Everyone! is and special j FT
their mother. :Mrs: W. H. Edwards. I El H'an
cordially invited to attend. contributed much to the of The Singing Basingers are I| Mrs Louis H. Hill, a studentof the P. T. A.. assisted Mr*. Pars Accompanied by Mr and M,r" I 1El l' purchased in our .

spiritual happiness of the group. heard at every service. II I ri ish in entertaining and otherwise Spencer Crews and their sun Bi I !
Southern College, I
Christian Church Mrs. Larson is an accomplished: Friday night is Starke Night. land Florida, is spending this week at Lakej her j, raring for her guests At the lv of Live Oak. Mrs P S. / .'<>,,t .1 I It r REALLY Pays to Trade I

musician. Rev. Larson, an evangelist Special recognition will be given: On Mrs Hil!! flose of the evening refreshments i visited hoi mother Mrs KnRiei : ,
home here. Tuesday
and singer,. rendered several to all residents of Starke who are I JacksI of ice cream and homemade cake -. and .'th.1,' p'll l it t i inhuiiidale I' I c-; 1'1)111'- II
10 business in
a.m. Sunday morning is Bi was attending to with 5 LAD E
vocal numbers during the meetings in attendance Saturday night IF I i iYoung were served. .\ ;fr.tl r 1"1'\ : t I ; II
ble School time so plan to be pres. SOli ville. | 1'110\: I I
Brides her piano numbers People Night with specia I A number of Lawtey cinzon- T'linsdav' .,! I ,,' *.'nMs
ent with the whole family. Attenda Jack Witinwiight and l Ernest I I If
Mrs. Larson assisted her husbandin Young People's Choir and other attended a meeting of the Santa t : \\ ', ,, _...
Univ'er"it -
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Bible School where true to the Wells of the ) of Florida, '-- - - - - --- -
several vocal duets. special recognition fOr young peo Fe Telephone ('0. in :Melrose Monday
Bible literature is used in every are spending the s'nwslel''aea- ;I _::: ,-:; --. _. -.,' .. --. '. -=- -. ;: .... s ,o,-:-
Among the activities carried on pie I [i evening in the interest "I' .' -' ro.j.; :- :. -/::, : > .. -:_ ; -: -:: -i -j?; -.;< ; .:: ""= ; ':
class and capable teachers tc I. j' tion at their respective homes. j
teach. Your presence will help tc during the week by members 01 The morning Bible Studies con :Mrs: A. H. Harley Sr. is visiting : telephone exchange for Lawtt\
f I.i he Tabernacle Dr. Hau ins will continue I I lattttey \\III. Too.1n.1 FEED SEED & FERTILIZER STORE
build a great Bible School. Morning group were participation ducted by her daughter. Mrs. Nelson .
week with sessions IA-e' 0111'Lawlt'y's
in services at Lake Butler through next Atlantic
Worship begins at 11 a.m.\ Blocker and family in
The Lord'sSupper is served at Long Bridge and the State in the Lodge at Park of The Beach basketball game with

Prison. A also attended Palms each morning at 9 o'clock. Ft. :McCoy was played with great
group Will Also
11:15 a.m. The morning messagewill J. II. Moore went to Tampa last Handle General Supplies
be brought at 11:30. Don'tmiss the Missionary ('on ference at The morning sessions are devotee Saturday to attend the weddingof skill and much enthusiasm Highpoint
(C. W. Thomas with
man was
r any of the services on theLord's Paik-oMhe-Palnis on Wednesday to a study on Prayer i his granddaughter Miss Gloria \\ :t-hinton: St.. Near S..\.L (Depot) former Location of
a score of nii>(- points Hall ant1!
Day. Evening Services be. evening.A :Mayo and is remaining there lot I

gin at 6:30: with Christian Endeavor short visit was enjoyed Fii- Religious Survey ; a visit with his daughter, Mr C. Stegall tied for first place for Ft :Starke\ Bedding ( o.
McCoy with a score of seven points!!
7:3p.m.\ the Evangelistic} day with the three Loveladys Y. Mayo.
To Be Conducted I each Lawtey won the game.
services The public is invited tc Musical Messengers of :Michigan Mrs. W. II. Edwards spent the
I January 31st: the Lawtey bo- A. D. CROSBYChevrolet
attend. Don t forget prayer meet who are now in Florida The Sunday Afternoon 1 weekend in Jacksonville with i rd.I .
went to Brooker to match their
Wednesday at .;30. Study will 1 ministered in Jacksonville Saturday I I alive*.
I skill with 'the Biook'i! tenti and
be the 14th Chapter of First t and Sunday, and it is expected The ( I i aim ht'ine' '.\ nut s .u:: t'' '
Corinthians that they will visit Starke for a ooperate in a v'UN wuli Religious Gainesville were dinner guests ofI ;
day or two before returning totluMi Survey to be taken Sunday after- i I the Frank Jones family on Wed

Church of ChristCorner home in Michigan noon. Februaiv Id. beginning at nesday evening of last week.

10th and McMahon I Church of God 1 p.m.Workers. from all of the churche vine Lawrence, Texas was Neubauer visiting of his Brown cou- I

Bible School-10 A. M in Starke are to bring a sandwicl j i in.. Mrs. c. McSwain: and f.innhi Lets to t the Solid i Facts !

Preaching- A. M and 7SC: ) 8th & St. Clair SU lunch to the Methodist Recreation: i last week. I; get own
i P. M, | Sunday School 1C a.m. Hall at 12:30: Sunday followingthe !! Mrs. C. B Bennett and daughter

j Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud Sunday\ Morning Worship 11 a.m. morning church services ,i of Miami spent the week-'nc1

each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. I Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p m. Dunks will be provided by tht i I with relatives in Lawtey.

Everyone welcome. Y P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Staike Methodist Chuich The I j Louie Lee Wainwright Jr of

I PI'ayerfet'ting; Thursday 7:30: p.m workers will go out in teams of Gainesville! was the weekend Trucks Can Save You MoneyAll

St. Edward's CatholicRev. two, following a brief instruction I j' guest of his grandparents. Mr

Presbyterian Church be conducted by the Rev i! and Mrs T. L. Wainwright.I .
Richard period to Along the LineRUGGED
Lyons pastor.
L. D. Haines president of tht i I Mr and Mrs II C Kelley and!
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Sunday School at 9:43: Wendell) in
Starke Ministerial Association. | son. were visiting
Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. Friendship Class 10. a.m.
The of the suiveis ti i Jacksonville Sunday afternoon
Confessions Saturday 7:30:: t<) 11 a.m. Morning service conducted seek purpose to determine the church affiliation 'I Recent guest at the Methodistparsonage N roy
3:30 P.M. by Rev L A. Shepherd
of every person living in i were Mr and Mrsi
Children's Catechism Classes. Youth Fellowship Sunday evening i
Lloyd Leonard and Mi. and Mr-
Staike Citizens of Starke I
Wednesday, 4:00: P,. at 7 I ,..... dt
p.m. I Fred Iffland. all of Blissfield _
\ expecr to be away from their home I """ .
between the hours of 1 and 3 Sun | :\lid1.I .

I I daaiteiii(.*'>n are requested tc; I Sunday guests of :Mrs. Effn \

ooperate with the Survey by givug I( Miner were Mrs Fitzpatrick an.'

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starker '!' this information to one of the daughter, Miss Donna, andon (

pa-tol'-! oi to one of the worker I Harry: Miss Elaine Gardner ut..' -

j who will h. ."II duty at the :Metho i :Mr: and Mrs. Howard MIT. .n..! tJ&I 'i7100,1
r " " "
Lewis I). Haines Pastor 1 d'-t t <'UurifiI [ small son. all of Jacksonv'1-!]!- J "

The L L. Wainwright '. '
Jefferson .C Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I I' I" i V
{ ("III'SCII ()J' -IKM's ('lIm'T Gainesville was visitir,_ : n..

PHONES: Office 231: Pastorium 130 t.H'Tn:!: nxv s\ixi in Lawtey Sunday aft I': + rj r
-" ------ x.Fact .
:Masonic Temple. Call Str t.S'mday Mr and Mrs AST. ir

Morninsj Services "Come" School every Sunday' :'I Sunday guests of the !\I! \'t. itl G r' NI

morning 10 a. m Sacrament Services I wright family.
I\eniny] Sertieec ".'t Piece of Strin "
:: -
6 30 p. m A cordial invitation' Mrs. Bob Summer :
,, I.-t
-- ------ I
is extended to all.TIIKKr. Edmond .
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.. 7:30: P.M.: I ( and Joe, of i. ill.i ''%
weekend 'R f
were HI-
Sunday School) !9:13) t: .\.:\Training Unions 6:13: P.M.: I : :.... .\ i guest-
Priest f '
: family. Oi S .' ..' 'h ,, -> i'0"4

:\IIU.WEEISEI'ICE WEDNESDAY, .:30 P.M. ( IIItI.TI.1Cllt'RCif j Priests accompanies .:l..... -t //d'
u ub if} of i ij mr
on a trip to Tallaha-' I.
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR I'i' i" will not be a preachingn !
where .' '
they visited n 1,1 -S
:, Thuisdai, night. Feb. 14ht .
atives. j ,, hn'AOU 110r \\ I (
", u.- 't t 'h. Youth Rally whicht

i I' i N h. l.i at the Starke Chris, Mr and Mrs H.! -: at ,-t truck loan mean re ,ul.;'

.1!. i'hll..h that night. All young and !small *"r of : H..i IT -,iv ings on your'I* t phrolct .
I tc ':section sper1 :atui: "!II.I 't.i-r Theressa are urged *
( '" lo n.'. I J
HEAR I I't>t. itssent A large crowd is ex ; her parents :Mr and V: ; I P '
Wet 'Rafuse Mi Rafuce ,, I? 1 Jlcir!' d .. 1'I' i farii1.r } / .
: ;-'Mteil t Bring; a covered dish .1 i : e(

D, Joe Henry HankinsSI t i, Mippi'\ The Starke (Church wiluinish the Norman n a t. ,p. .' ai I .f. ', and )tart f. ..% I, ,- .' i., -i,,.' 'J"i ,i,r.' ..j i Sturii I .

the drink and, jeer Ahlg' {{('\'s on Sun' i v. I .
\..an-c-Dcsi1J1: : .'_ [tr n; :.!n'_ : Imn 1
MU 7W:: ) P.M. I night i H in st<>'i. su don t nuts The H. C Harle\ .r; rrMr .
D ., ... M war i Hi I- afcg Udfdiilg vUUi u uvik nuCstni :
it A film 'Th. Biith ot 'l.tKfvill Blindly dinner! gti.-! '- V n"' '

First he shown during the e\' I1lIH! ,* F e man !Stirij! '._ \\ ,>0<1 An!'! ov.rrvr 'hf'f: \.' more Chc\rclct tn,.i

Baptist T.tL IIOLI.VESSIirKCII lawn NO. 1 -More Truck for Less Money th -1 ( -.:i' .-,JLI i t i'r'! i -f .". '"urlr.( .
1'E\TECO' :
vt { Phillip! i* 1 1't' pa pent

r ( .' ;'.e.k'ni! i \I.I!. ,a'lves il.

Church Hampton qI.IIY: S> hool 10 a.m. "' L.t' ..\ Fact NO. 2 -Rock-Bottom Operating Costs -

Mon'.".;: Service 11 6.m.Kve i-- I- f.t'
.. On Saturday] II.:!:::>' "f la-t week _. _. If n dtmot
:':::,: s >\ : 7 50 p.m. ;. ralx

Bon I (.1: \r. Pastor l'ra' \;. ,. .: ': \\" ,'';,!.\ a Mrs party L. P.at Rafuse her home i nt. rtaiued here for wit thf"ung" !: Fact NO. 3-Engineered and Built for Your Loads /j ,. k''.

n.t: !:: 7 i :-1"r: i 1% iv unI .
\ nf .
people the Woodlawr
<,. y ,
Music '
Special : 4Y !\ Baptist Church. Young people r>( L., _.i
.. '
Ml 1 f tSt'JI LtwN were also; invited to thi Fact NO. 4 Lower, Slower Depreciation '"

Nursery Open a"airfter an evening of out

Bible School 10 A.M. Tj Relieve ft 5 1 .'" .1' ;..m.,s the hostess served re

B.T.C. 6:30 P.M.: ,w,'! '" ..-. -h:1.utof soft drinks an!
b .. ook.Rev: and Mrs Flynn of f TORODE CO.

J Everyone 'Welcome! i "uk-oiiMlle assisted Mrs Rafuse

666 '. raring: for )fcir guests. Mr

GQvto !- :r'. .- pastor of the Woodlawn; PHONE in STARKE FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSJr

Forty people attended


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-1\111.\.1.. ._ IUH.LR19. ... : '"

Guard Cagers I NOTED EVANGELIST HERE I I f' I i'.i c.mpUint Win l he taken as run. I' "I't and -. -
II ( "'I Sn'iculr.rii
Green ReviewsHis I C6D tat: a'TIC-J, Cud De'ris S -- II I OUR RED CROSSi i 111 .n'l! .t CuU\
Tli.s notice shall be published I -wer or ,1t'a,1'ngs ti II'! ,
Take Ocala/ 6932The I AIR RAID iasttacUontOII i\oo each week for four consecutive i>n the Pl..intil'-8 .\It ,
I weeks in the Bradford County Tele Douglas; 50. I.vno'1': i I
RecordContinued I graph. I son\ille Fl.,,,. a- 1
National Guard I i \' in a serif-! of articles! pt''. .LIa-WDALZIr 1 (Kurd his 2-M'l! daj of J.inuaijr, original in t'e I
Starke ,-
I I I ',.........fl.C. 11 n.:, .3.l>r& SlIt!! i of the ('ire. '
pared to give the public a belt" ... t
basketball team was impressivein I S S i 'OFFICIAL SEAL \. 3. Thomas. the 3rd dawl < v I: i.
from page one defeating Ocala's Guard team understanding of the functions >nthe &LL.cz.xaa -. Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1 the < ,f S .

authorization of deepening to 12 69-32 in the Starke armory last I I county Red Cross Chapter i ie,.... "mu'ut*!ir b3sus -! I, r> Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. by plaint you v I _

feet Florida East Coast Canal Frank Drydenand I Lat week we said we would I 1/S5 ft : 15 Thl nonce "' .
I. ,
night. b
Saturday .sNOUNiNt'" ..itAP' :i' .oJ
from Jacksonville to Miami. Jack Eaves with 18 points r ,4 a talk about what our Red Cross I _- NOTICK TO APPP.UlIn Wf".k ea,ni' (mid

While in Congress :Mr. Green and Billy Dansby with 15 _a i iI ii has spent. I I Drip:!! ,e' r" Ii pepartdr.i I Circuit (Court. n rail ford County graphPat'.t
each. -_
: 4 s. i take 1 'r Vt/' :. .. st-EI: ? YUIll 5 alt3C4 Florida In ( kancery. I : .
also sponsored legislation for the points were leading point-getter I Let's the Home Servict I h t 1'inest: K: Iforrell. Plaintiff vs. I : j \

of the naval stores for Starke.. Connie Clark, Hugh yearly figure first. We have spentmore -'-:; ', Madie L Marrell. Defendant. 11FFJCf; 1\T. ,-Tvt. ,
establishment r I J (\ ..
; \\rdtfts.
5- Case No $921! :! .
that :
r and forestry experiment station Ingram and Van Priest played on service than on any I. ': 0 sJI ed'I Ni.lice T0 .\PI'''.r. I fly.' :M-1I '. .... I..
floor other and we know the least t !! -l'n' Madie I. I
at Olustee; the veterans facilityat excellent games. Harrell whose reii'lue -
were neverin I. Tell about it. SaUrv that --- 01 and address.is. 308 Trad-'
Bay Pines; the Jacksonville I The local Guardsmen : easy. I I 1 ..tf) ,oar _'>er.a' :: '"< Tarburo, North Carolina
starting I $360, paid to :'oIrs.lol'se: .
the at th ..
from I ,
NAS; and appeared alone before ;: I 13 aSSIgned You 1-0 r!'"-eby notified that a Qui!
the Site Selection Board of the whistle running up a 21-1 lead rate of S30 a month In return I 5., 0'o! !{ uoet for. D .'f o has: been, filed against W. C. T. U.
--- > i-u p. I '
she is > ,1'\ named C *
I responsible fm all Honr 'ir
f War Department to propose the midway the second quarter. : v. ': J.s. G& and c.i:-" .f .1 i % ,1\1 are required t ,
establishment of Camp Blanding., It was the first game for the I Service 24 hours a daseven day! 11... 1 jUl.st 011'4 -'n. .i i\ f your answer or M.< 01101.
The a week. Other 51)16.. t b: cI'' "I sII !'!->adi: > i1'e r.-mplatnt on tll' .
organized team. sound :jJ a ,, \n.uu: : \ i Ii.i it
recently r "
which was accomplished with the i I --- .. i nt \1.\\. .1. Th.-,
locals is scheduled I miscellaneous but it'-. :notits .s ii ,,, I \ t IIM \
nevt outing of the II CI 'Jt Go IG .1 I.i111,1 filtM 1.' '
help of National Guard officers I _ IX '
< ,
r x !
'n '"
night ( Saturday ; II telephone and telegraph bir-, ; II( frst l l: t.IIIdnic' I th' Ct! i it'lf > (TIIK Mt\\L I'KJsx i 1\
for tacem.- ,
his colleagues in Congress and I tomorrow I| I'. :. '. i ", 't.i 1 "I '...f"I'. t ii'
postage office $
OcalaCouncil supplies and gaF! ; "h, ,I J" I'. I .! i. v 1 2. stuN. II.USOb.\t
: it! I"
leading Florida citizens. He also: I in I ind oil for our car Ha\..- vii t \-t .' II -.> "i !. i ,taid i'i. I'
promoted legislation for the benefit ceived |1" .i nf v i.' !i i ''flf..1 ijou .
letter "
a fro
!) on: off,no'Well
of war veterans and their dependents Holds : '
f : that .
stati nai\ rost !fliiht-V I Th I",,
the aged, blind, and dependent 'L -S > I 10 \ITI \It niii-e . //,11"1..1|
n Three
did w .
i so the -tam Cas f i 11"! v A Bays'Cough
Meeting and! In I iri'liil < mirl. llr.iiliiuil. < ., .
mint* ,
children.In Quiet We lornlii weekn th !IL t, .,1'I: ,,01 ,l', unU. ,
S own a car and In thall'n.; gr'.i.i. !,
the House of ihat'L L ."'L.- \\ i .' .
Representatives! : : > '
Tuesday Night S 1' run on. But telephone ,. ., i .i. i \ r I.t i :
i: ijKtn\i i.Hit :- II. i I 1. 1."Sum I 1. IsYourDanger
he served assistant Democratic .- ..icgraph;; ? Surely we could L iL ,I'i ,,. N
Whip for 16 and alo servedas (fro-Vn appeared hetoi. 'n, I I I :>tlre To .tpprar.To .t! (i \1.-1\\: i J *ni '
years A I) uee! a three cent stamp I .. .
most ,
or.at : I Uijknipi': i : f I"- i",relit I' '
Committee Chairman for 16 City Council Tuesday night asking MI I a'rmail Could we" Not long w. h..sc i. -,01|,.i,,,. ,in.I. .iilI u. '. }Y'1.: .. .. 'I I \1'. P. put i' Signal

years. He boasts of uever having that the City build a sidewalk ,)u> *.!.> a mother with a soldier son: I l A\ inn .< ;. "! 1:". \ :i.' 1.2'; l: -

missed a roll call in the House for I Washington St in front of his new S .Vli .ka came to our Red Cross 'lit You fin tr.r"\'I'h..r i I 1"i .i-' .: .I 1.1..1 '1 1.i'l.1.d' a c: Creomuhion rv'.iev.-xp': if' .

eight consecutive years. tore.. The Council agreed to have .1 i Stturday afternoon Oh I .1A'1: i \ i ,I' !,.. .1'"'\ o \rned AOTICE TO *rrr.ii L, it goes right to UK St:.it I'" '

Chairman Bridges ,route S >uit ,i'.d .iii-e aid, > "ii are reiin.d In flrrult r..*rl. ItrailfarJ (luuni. t.> help loosen and expi.' .
In 19 H. after the House Street .i'"t! to toll you that at I Floriilat In Cti.
any ( to eiic a copy ofoiir anc nr ry. 1
._ and aid nature to -
completed its war legislative had'i( with Mr CrosbY' see wha' win t'lei! than Monday. Wedn-. -\\ !' or pleadHR; ti the i-omplamt\ .1. |I'h W -!.1."liliaI'd.. Pla.nt; ( t. phlegm ''
to con-triu-t 'ne "ii I the Plaintiffs! Attorm-x', T. Frank M I. i v \-Kiii-. i 1,,111Pc'f"I.' itle .,' heal raw tender inflanuJ
gram for the session, he be necessary l u :' ii.l) Friday, afternoons
oui I K.indruni Stark.'. Florida and file N., membranes. Guaranteed K> p
from Congress and tendered his sidewalk. .--i: ('n -s Home Service is where 1i the niiKin.il! in tin-. offue of the %..lic. To tppenr I or money refunded. Creonr.: '" n .a

l services to the Secretary of the Jatk Trawick county sanitarian e\i, > Mrs Morse happens to be I'lerk nf the firtuit. Court rn or before r..T.-d..nrr I.tn"k"j V-nknou-n-, flillnnl, tt !L. : stood the test of millions ot u ;:,
thf iMh d.iv .r liru.irt.! I I11"!
F I :
Navy but did not ask for or reported that the engineer from Di Joe Henry Hankins noted evangelist has been hearachunhes many -S"> this Saturday afternoon our otherwise tlie allegations ,of; said 1"1are hereby. notified thitint :1 I CREOMULSIONftli

specify rank commission or lo.L the State Board of Health was in Rei) Cns office was making ''''''lllaint will lie taken a* coni. j fur ))1\.01', .-.> ha-i ben f 1 I.agLtit.i.t I. .1
in this area during the past week H \wii -" .'\ue his applfpie --ed by you.Thi \.ti 11th\ ) .- abo\ e II 1i .1 I Cought Chtlt Colds, Acutt Boricl.iria
cation. His offer was accepted Starke recently and according to I > but the pies had to wait, because !' noticilull: he publi-h'dn.e II

and he was commissioned a! l levels run on the sewer line on W services at Park of the Palm through next week a father was dying and the I., ... "' .,_each._ .week.._ nu for_four_, ------5.-consecutiverrn L .-

Lieutenant Commander and as- 'I Madison Rt to the lite station. it son must be reached. Airwomenaie graph." in me i>' ''ltI'U.ounIY teie- I

was determined that this line "walkie-talkies" but l.itiil tin- li'p'li! .I.IJ'| "f J.iir.i.iry,
signed for duty on the staff of they stil'

;; Commandant of the Fourth could be run serving the area New S.R.D. Budget Shows $635,900 cannot send or receive telephone .I I I nOFFICIAL SKU.) .\. J Thomas, !I ITlerk ,

NavaTDistrial.. He served in the along the highway.The ('ails or telegrams- -and Mrs I c.f the! rir.-uit C'ourt.I' THANKSWe
I :Morse Rv Myrtle T. Pi-a\ei", Pepntv Clerk ,
Asiatic-Pacific theatre until after Council was in receipt of a has no telephone at home I is 4t :2'8NOIK :

\ the Japanese surrender and I is letter from the State Board of Slated For Bradford County In 52 and not much hope of getting one I i I

now in the U. S.:Naval Reserve. Health advising that samples of ; i it appears So, into town she : 'I! 10 _\l'I'IJt I
In ("IrrnU ('. ,
ri llrnilfuril
went. 2 1-2 C'eimtf. S
After returning to civilian life water were not being submittedas miles to the Americar I I I'liiriilnt In Chancery. wish
to thank
he has operated the Green Buick required by the board. The City I By the end of 1952. if all budgeted funds are u>ed. more I has Red Cross office That same trip Charles-II.I r.i.iun. Defendant P.rnun. Plaintiff \ I'l-ie I the people for!

Clerk was instructed to have TI. t i been made hundreds of time I
Co. in Starke has been publisherof than $1,500,000 will have been spent to build new road and I f'.i-t. No -s22itllcr :! I
I to send
the Union County Times Lake S. Wasdin contact Mr. Trawickand j a telegram, pick up a reply > To Appenr.To I
submit the water samplesregulaily improve existing roads in !Bradford County during a two yearperiod or make a long distance call : Ftsie II. Draun, whose resi- making our showing of tlu-
Butler Junior member of the
I nre and addre.ss i is- Route 1. flal'iay ; I
Green & Green law firm attorney as required.The v j The cost of this trip to town could Titnnship. HRB Harbor City,
Senator E Johns haj received word from State Road have been saved X.-n- Jersey.You .
Charley just
by a telephone tc
for the Bradford County School purchase of ten tons of cold' I are hereby notified that anit New Ford Car and Truck

Board and engaged iir livestock patch was approved. I Department Chairman Alfred A. McKethan that $635,900 has: been j say nothing of the time. We for Di\on-e. eiistodv amt condol -
I sent the I r of minor chihlr. awarded to I
raising and farming. He i is State The Clerk was instructed to ad I I budgeted by the department for road projects here in 1932. Last year Cross telegram to our Red I Ii.' fendant ami iii ioi' r.-liff ha-

Democratic Committeeman for vertise for bids on a new 1952 two- I a total of J910.57867 was expended in the county, making a total of ; told Field Director in Alaska I lieeii, filed acaui-t v'.ii in the abovenaniid for 1952 a success.
i him the situation and I'oiirt anil onusp RII.arp
Bradford County.Mr. door police car trading the old(I more than a million and a half dollars for the biennium. I the doctor what required t. verve a e..py of your answer ,
I I said asked
him to give or pleading to the eomplalnt
: Green is married to the car in on same. I Of the total amount budgeted for 1952 only $77,400 for the Starketo I the information to the military I.n the Plaintiffs \Attorney.. Frank

former Lucile Harris of Gainesville City Attorney G. L. Patten ie- I State Road 225 ( Brownlee Road) is from county's secondary road for their decision. I.andrtitn Iark... Florid.i and file I This
the in the office of the the
and have four children ported the was best showing we have hall and ;
they on he l 'i,
progress is making : money. The remaining projects totaling $5)8,500.ill; come from On Sunday we had had rierk of the rirruit, Court on or I
Lu Lex Jr.. Bill and Mike. He i ia is n re-codifying the ordinances I no reply h..f..r. the :Jlth!;; dnf F..h.-lIan'
the department's primary system funds. and the father was worse so we l1)'". otherwi Hie all.'eali..n| : of
member of the Church of the
Baptist City.
Starke Rotary Club State C of C, The thiee-months i I The 1952 projects as budgeted by the SRO are as folltwsj : I telephoned Alaska You decided I public acceptance of this i car! uasmost
regular not
ie I. j I L to support our Red Cross
Disabled American Veterans,, I PIliMAItVsTFM: thicI OITK( ; srrri.iKs; !
port from the auditor W. ?
George I war Then you do not
f Veterans of Foreign Wars American Dandolake. was received.Unemployed : (Note: G stands for grading, P for paving; S for surfacing) i -hare the joy of that mother wish when tci OI' AM. KIM U.". i satisfactory

Legion. Masonic bodies including !i G. P & S Temple Ave. i U. S. 301)) in Starke $212.000 we were able to say "We havt AT

the Shrine. Elks Moose, Here i i G, P. Curve revision GS&F RR crossing.. Road 200 92.800 talked to the American Red Cror I

WOW. OES U of F Alumni Assn.I I ', Signals.: GS&F RR crossing. Road 200 10.000' i I worker who has lust put your son:: J'.KADIOKI: ('0. TtUmt.\l'JI i

Fla. Cattlemen's Assn., Fla. Auto Gets $302 For Week 'on iI
t P, Starke to Clay County line 4.900 a plane headed for Florllh"
mobile Dealers Assn.. Florida I A great deal I
G I' & S Brooker State Road 200 146,600 of our telephone anr"
to -
I I '
Prt''sssn.. Fla. Assn. and ANDREWS
Bar Eleven
unemployed persons in | tele raph money gop< for MOTOR COMPANY

other civic and fiateinal organizations Bradford County were paid $302in 1 G. P & S. State Rd. S-235 to Scout Hole Bridge 46,200 services and the ett' Americar similai 1 1I ').

benefits by the Florida Industrail P, streets in Starke (South St. & 1 blk. Thompson St) 6.000 I Red Cross Telecommunication.' ,

Commission during the weekending G. P & S. 1 mi. SE Union Co. line on SR 100 2.2 mi. ISE System has cut the cost of such Phone US, Starl.t. I I. 1 ; .

The I Jan. 25. I (Road from :Merrill's Station to Lester Johns) 40.000 I telegrams because: we pay only t--: .. lv
BUY For the entire state, 4.330 unemployed L j -- Atlanta Ga. and the system
Fountain Fen with a point forevery I persons were paid La I Total 553.500 j from there pa I -- -

use. $2 complete. Brad- total of $79.022 an average of < Some -
'I I SKCOXDAIU) .SY.VTKM our money is giver: Ihd.w S -
ford County Telegraph. about $17 each ,
1;. I'.f. S. Staike to SR 225 (Rrownlee Road) 77,400 directly to the people we helpI _J ,(

I Next week let'- find out to whon

-;;- 3 31fP. we can give why. and how. .u .-lSAI VALENTINE I :

Grand Total $835.900Actuall ,
I I ;'

-_.____I-2----.$.__* -.- '- t ,, J \ one more road will be built in the county this year which TO MY I'IlEXIN: : .

r docs not !show in the above listing since it is being built from Second I.V HKAWOKI) (,Or.VTY SPECIAL

FOU SAI..K- .Four roiim In, \11*" run, .\T1'P."TIn.'I done ov.-i fuinishcd .- arv Funds carried over from 1931 This is S229. from SR 225 to Conner :
nlnu: water anil lights. 1 1a'r..' aha nn ni (<', e,:MI irad; ';, After careful consideration T
and timln-r K.i i.f ;It'h 2 'l'annl'> i-i t, NHt Jlper (; bridge Manley Construction Co. was low bidder on this project have dpci'led'
mil<>!s on II I Ox\ner lliuk.: KliiiRton. > nionih X .I I ThornaJr.i, to make the rac
ith I
\ bid of
\ a $44.600, but actual of the ':
awarding contract is Large
::iti I' 21! Afcent 4.U10,19;, i awaiting for Clerk of the Circuit Court in i of

receipt of a deed to right of way from the Container Corporation.. I the forthcoming
primary election Valentine
S.l.ESM.N.XTKD nplialh' Gifts
FOU J:1.XT-C'I..an attractive In 1951 the All .
man to succeed J. n. Schmidt asHealer ern, apartment Peslrahle ..h.' t>- budgeted funds for Bradford County included the following I- I wish to express my
In Rradford County 111II;; in location.1"0 three rooms and > l projects. all of which have been apprecution
complett'dith the for the kind
families. 1xlf'rl..nnht neces hath cottape. Entirely redecorated ] exceptionof interest shown in
sary. Fine opportunity to step Into i I the Brooker to SR 100 which F'flEI: ( IFT \Jti1'lxt
nlij. profitable .."-In..".. u litrenauleigh :!O1V adlson. tf- I road is now being surfaced i i my announcement by my frion'l- ; WITH E\ Ern CIV''

I'nxliictR have l>een sold Road 200 improvements in Starke $ 1.927.71'!' and want to thank everyone: fOr NUMBRED POINTS
FOR RENT-Two 3-r.om fiirnhsheepa .\ !
for :50 .years Xearl.y(loot ealrr profit t'hamht'.lin !'! f.rliust1r. rt nients. oomfnrtaMe l.eds, ; Union Co. line ( Worthington ) to Brooker 227.453.93 ,I! the encouragement and consulei.i __ HEART BOXES
XorRe hratrr. i'ktiti'! i
$: .oiio Vrndiiitfurmli frpace raiiffe.large SR 200 to tion shown me.
selling SR
i 100 (StaikeI) 1,7113.t21
.. porch and l.iwn $ |0-l 15:; .\ i i
"- l on n.lit..rll.I U.iwleleh'H Tall St hricl!:.'. E St.uk.>, take',' I will continue be VALENTINECANDY
Hampton to SR asociate.lwith
IVpt, P.\.\- 7OI*::!. Minphi left gradednn<\ 1 l'i miles to. 100 .... 153,49994 041eJzom4turw
Tenn 5tp 1/15: huu'el"1 h Men i at gate Mr". State Farmers Market, Starke th. AndrewMotor Co wheit

Carl Wynn nI'Huk.itl.pt*. tfSCWINfi 2.62042 I have been ( 111 ploy'd, i tor the ,. '
FOR S\I.K 'fl"talIoU 1"h SR i 16 State pa : POINT fQVHTHIN
I ( Farm) to Lawtey .. . ... 196.372.23 HHf
50, No t 2'years ,
with wood frame JJ x a uid \ ill bi' Klarj io
< 11''
Armyatn|> poultry hOIl'".- 10 X '::I-cr.n: Ma.-hine) Company SR 225 from SR 100 to SR 16 .. 193.102.00SR tiiiiie ... \\ hit flttn'" & i InlIing, \\orlh t
50 Three 5-deck poultry hat- Lake Citr Fla. Phone 8SO -.ii \ MIX fi mi.) 5 1 A'f ATKltXDI

ti'rks. Ijoo-esp rjparlly, in.-uh.itor Mill repair your machine in tiptop S-233 (Brooker to SR 100)) 133,79900 .
< u-t" '
MI "i- i I itt'IRIE
like new 1 5; ait..m.tlfeeders| condition. reasonable" WeUM I I'M; \ 11.1) ( OI M1KLK \ 49c --
; I .
only genuine Singer $6.00
part j
1-: I.iw-on at I.tw'n'n Market A WIGGINS :(, \l'IIATTENTION
_if..hg tlllr .n'h'e cars will' luck! up and i idelivery Total 910.57367
i-ervi.c upon reiiueit.Xew I. .
FOR .\I.F.-:5 horsepower ..1i.ltnst.n1itt.oarl Singer: m uhiiitar..- avail-i[ I UNIoN corxTV PIJOJECTSSenator --' '
: lIb :
motor, 14 fi pIVW4..Iboat atile on r..II".I.! I.IMITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT- Johns -- : i Cherry Candy -- 69c
was also notified
$227,100 has been
S inch tilling Arlu.r Craftsman budgeted:
taMeaw, 1' mrh ("raftsman for road projects in Union County during 1932.: These were itemized I lb. Brittle Candy -- 49c ;
Jig saw. Craftsman w..1 turnIng MATTRESSES
as follows ,
lathe complete rraffinan : CANDiDATES ,

band saw \Isu 6 Imrsepow. erWisant OF ALL KINDS I. 1'KLMAIiV SYSTEMG. FOUNT A SPECIAL Valentine Sundae M I
Oulh..llr11..1..1' practically II
new rail %;;t.J. lay: MapelttP .J < K E N 0 V A T El) I I P & S, ACL RR north of Worthington Springs $ 91.000 I I

G, P & S, streets in Lake Butler
33.800 Valentine CARDS
J.'Olt1.1:- 10 .icr.-v lann"t PI.p: :
I i iI 21.057 to Baker County line ... .
fenced: -rnnm 'Wh..I1' ". Kleotriilty 6.000 ,. OFFICIAL POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT I
and deep w-ll $I.5d1O '

\\'. .\. T>'lei. Ill 2, n..\ :.!I. Starke. 1,I i Ic upValentine

_tip F U K N I T U R EKeupholstereil Total UU: .800) I,
i SKCOXDAKY SYSTEMPave CARDSWill .....-....-.-....--------.
FOH S.I.fl-StuirIiakCt: \ t'haniplOflP11. and
Rood order. $I5.:>> Also luKKacetr I.I -tieet in Lake Butler (\V side of courthouse) I
iler. 5xS ft.. Rood tire*. $35 KefinishedST1XGS : $ 1.50)0 CARDS
I SR 23 at Raiford to Baker '
stand on (
.1. W. Scltuli. at iirance 0. lineGrand
_:301 ; ml north or Umti-v 1' 0 It H.\ MATTRESS CO. 91.80") : be inserted in each i isMii' of (the Telegraph!: from i

-WAXTP.I TO IVY-Lake-front n>t.taije Ili\ 230 Palatka Fla. I ---. I Now I'ntil the First Primary Elt'<'tinn. May (G. at the IN PACKAGESlOc ; : I 'flfii

on Kin -ley I.ake" II .\. Total 5227,100 following rates : II
Sprovv. Rt t. n.., H:!. KinS"leIlke \ LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I'on & 25c
:21!tp ? .K'KOIJ I I
/ TIIK ILrucTMlxtLI' ttiitIc i iI Prior Servicemen Sen. Johns Thanks
KK.VT-Viir roamj nlI haiti -100 Ungraded \\\-ililJij In\.t.i- j NOTE) ({ (\\OKDS( ( IN LENGTH 12.50; ) ASSORTMENT !
1"oa.111"1 S lions on tin iag-> <.i\irnt papeionly ". \ May Now Enlist Voters
mile out "n I'landinc :;> I Of DistrictTo

garden >-p.'' '' Ii..iuir.. ..n |'r"uuFOU -liP> Telegraph Sl lS9.'i Hradfoid I'ounty tfSIRVEL I At Previous GradePrior FKO.M I I fif) TO :SO\ WOIiDS IN LENGTH; lo.OO;; ; Valentine Xapkins, Paper Plates & Tablecorers---- I:

:My S
1 : Friends of
SALK-Four room unfurnished GAS CEFRPJERATORS: 'tR..gularb' Senatorial District Thloth FHO.M: M n) TO toO \\OHDS LENGTH: : (; 17.50 ,
li.iu-e. near Farmers Iark..tp pru-e.l at $2i:" '15 I'rK : service men may now enlist : I I $14.95 LAMPS -
ply F.I: Ian.lutet. any I\\Qrnln. evl to sell at $I-;? '*". You can't I,I in the U S Army or U. S. I am taking this means of thank Only $5.95 I
Itchy: heat this one Slade Cas! (\> 'II
Air Force in a grade determinedby ing the citizens of Bradford and : This Card Will Carr\' Your .Me>sajjtT< The Voters Large Cannon
FOR SALK--O.ood work mule cheap I RADIOS REPAIRED I their previous service and Union Counties for not having i Each Week from :Now Until Election 59c
See Julius Kowtttih at Hfosent'sI'ool I
Uoom. Up .". "....... .itt MudrUllraounable i civilian e-.perience: according tc given me any opposition in myi' Beautiful
rkarKrw cunrnnteed race for re-election BILL FOLDS .
an announcement made today by to the Senate 98c'Ladies'
FOR RKXT: -Two iM-droom "".. I k cn \c. r. siiKriuiti I and I PLACE } OLI'CAIU'sOJJ"
housr completely furiii-lu-il. nletut 703 "'. Cull "|. Sl rke !'h. :19 Spt Wilbur M. Herrington Re. want each and every one of ,, and Men's

,,h. larpe wa. -"h h..u-e i\nh an I ,I!| c'ruitmg officer of the local U S you to know that I appreciate this TO GET FILL HEXEF1T OP RATE
'nh8"h. C.orccat
,'..11.\' 1-land-i .\I..Htlllt'nl,., :j, WEDDING AXD BIRTHPAV rKE? : Army i and U S Air Force Recriming from the bottom of my heart. ALARM CLOCKS 1.98
T..nih an.1 (Chur. St Up -JS up Orders taken II Pahmer- |i ii I i iI
> want to
Office. also that
Gift :Shoppf.: Thone 6-J. tfKOU say no matter iI I

FOR nJoXT---h: ..Iv furniMiwl one .i j' Sgt. Herrington urges all what kind of rumors are circulated 0 S1.39 NYLONS I
Only 98c
MeVashiiiRt.vn SVI.K-1: ;: Ill I I'ase i.irden'T ;
Ifslrtiom\ apartim-nt. rca-on : I
'i i veteran who are interested in reenlisting am taking no part in ,
\ st. Call F ILl KUudit I 'I' t..r -, f'1. u ':MI 11 I -1I\.h! : I
lief ore 4 .:.tn pm_Itp d-: k-. > mill plow .nut iim.itors I IM I I1 i. in the U. S. Army or any of our local political races as :NOTE t'nder the Florida Election
: new Code11 Political
.. ,' I
\1| J'n\ !"i: .111 :'T3-J Trade
FOU RUNT Furnished t\\o Inutrnom 1 Hay Mapel. !tl' I S i., U S. Air Force to contact him at: each candidate who is running t! ;\dl'rti..innd PrintinICST: Iw AuthorizedAnd KOCH'S and Save Money. 'We are I I1I'l.cr

apartment, newly dei orated, nand .\v I the Starke Post Office every Wednesday my close personal friend and I I
}' IR F.-T--a.: Paid For by The Candidate's Campaign Treasurer undersold.Ve\ meet all advertised
Jefferv.n St W ,1 studstill \ re farm .n HiRhway all would be prices
and Friday. day. forfull an ingrate toou.. my
PhoneV_Itp 30!. 5-room hUll-. iitiablrfi.r 'I IN" ADVANCE at the time of
$11 information people if I to In' placing order. in Starke.
j Jii> or.ips or poultry per were take part
FOR .\LE--"V l.ense Oranlt4'Tratl..r. mo -JV.. Sthuli ,,noi Lawlev I
newN" .ui.intiiy rleotri. |I V\\. It I any of the races. ___. II
.' Radiator T*.i..- II.'at.r?. poodtondition. On Navy I II -
Tug Ship
'VppU inmorninR, I['I FOR RRNTPt.r.i.ni unfurnished Again thanking you a million I I
FI I'.tncho Mole ItchyI(0 I htue and bath. uue.l forl.--tric I I PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT "
time I remain .
i, I"n. 1.lo. k (. ..111 PiK had\ I Lonnie W I'age. Jr. son of [rand - --------- I
>IK T\\ l KTlll\: *-f.. eel 1 .-,,.I..n Tnt)h $t 1'1!i. per month I I! Humbly
See Mrs L.v. Page of Lawteyis yours.
nil >uur Ircnl detlurtlun on .roreefuled r"r\'Jn Oriffi*. TU miles out
r..h f"rm. "e* \\ 1 1 Ii. on JacVsnn\ille Hltrhwav: ltD serving aboard the ocean-going: I Charley E John
S..II. d.r 213 .:. Tall .-,, nUh DRUGSTOREf"
::<... F. fall .... |.h..ne ::.::. I WILL THE PARTIES who were in- tug. USS Keosanqua. in the Far 1 1I Bradford
_:SIp ::/Z':; 'ereste in liuyinp my house andI East. He is an engineman, third i County Telegraph
I I acre of land for $1."00 ($'(1(1 :. I .
I'n. class. The ship has recently been Midget Pencil Sharp'n.r. Meal
cotton ras- inVANTEIbClran I bal $1! per n'o > ish'st' .
I -- --' --
l>ant*. overalls dunKarem or i ontart me at once J. E CrawI I I I providing target towing service i' !j tfor home u*>. Only $l.8.3.-BnJi <, I ---------.--.-- I
khaki ttnng- to Brad Cord CVun- I I ford t blk. west vf Farmers i iJu -- I
I I .
ford .
t\ Tilfftraph tf Market !tp 2'IS for fleet gunnery training County Telegraph. \___-- -- ,
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Second Section Bradford County Telegraph

:-iT\I KE. FLOKIDV Flun.\\". FKBKl: AKY x. 19.V2yyTTTTTTTTyyTTVVyyyyyyTTTTTTTTTyTVyyyyyyyyyyyyyy -

I L3FARMER'S; ;; -I, Florida Farm Values Increasing At Ramd Rate I IJ.

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DIARY tin value; nabeer, :a ins ;M 19.;>u i m.pat''d j -At I'h 1:! ',I.all'l .)1.' 1 5"44! greet 1.1, -visA j. -. ..:,,v. \ \' 1'-\ Tht; i '';111;11 '< \ .;-; rt n4; i :: ; : : : '

increasing at the rate oi morf HS3 .>nl ti\'.. searr- earlier In 19-:)' th' receipt iron, wj.-t.ibl..- ,n', I 194"i ',
i iE p! \.1 lit :; _b ti1
U: th.6 !Siuo; Minis in' -j: ; wer.thitntiid I
than $SO,000.000 per year, according the average size of Florida farm and the $:'I9. -t7\\: -mparel: I \\ .t1! 'int'\ d\ t i '.',' Illlig: pet ,tGs;: 1"7n; ''.: (
'C. Sam McGarvey during fm
E I to a recent report of the Cen : was 2091 ar's compared with I 420.:57 fne scars earlier Fut.tnd | : : 68.253.729 pounds. -n nurease .'f ,>t" tuns; nut-. *

, The author till be glad to re- :.us Bureau 111 Washington | 213.9 in 1943 The a't'rag'all... : Yt"arfarm 16 "ielled 3129.631.152: : : : compared 114 million pound- in five years. (i i 796572 me seals iuptie earl:. >.
I to 12.3
: E cehe Item of Interest concerning I The gaIns"I'rl' shown in a com i of farms in 19P was 515.031. compared Florida per had cent 2,422 farms per whose cent ''I I with Sllt,8 5.91i All livestock Bushels of corn harvested \\ :: T,1'! |i'" .... ,
j of 1910: with S3.149 five years earlier and livestock products sold! | down from ;
. the activities of farmers in parison reports with the 1949 revenue from sales of products 5.426.SS6 to S-it'i.l.M' : : !fl.':.d! > 'v. d'| ,.
1 E Bradford County. Suggestions maybe 1945 census of agriculture in the and the average value per acre I was $25.000: I yielded $ .729.366. nearly double and peanuts harvested tor pu'knu: 'U't .I' id ..
or more; 2,766 whoserevenue 1 t
t left at the Telegraph office or
I mailed to Sam McGaney, Lawtey, by I die last census were 5905,637.- Number of farms dropped from 'I :25000.: : 3.754 whose revenue wa- 224: was from diary products com | down U million t-om tnfe rear 207 11.1,1"i!! \ ,,,

and $10,000 and 5, I
, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA III 1915: survey.During i the Census Bureau rated 3014 i j' 706 whose i I earlier and 13611.299 was from Other Florida products harvested .

/ AAAAAAIAAU1WA11AWVA the same five fal'l1'rl'ellue. as "commerical farms" fron i i revenue was between '!'I poultry and poultry products com included 7.7 million l'I'un,is >: :', 'he >.; .Ii". 'rI" 1 ,
I II years. I $2.500 and 5000. The Census Bu 1 Held: h" _
Alice came home' Three little !| which he thinks i i.s better (done at ;, as represented by the sale which most farm produce comes i| classified pared with $3.841,630 Sales of : rune seed 45: million buahe II .
I roan 26.776
Florida farmf >
< n !
y-.d: :,0
I I earlier 'lot knowing Ascribing all farm revenue tr i iI | I livestock produced $37,450,029. i lush and ,
words, but what a world of oif-i an age course (, of farm products, reached $33S- as part-time and residential potatoes nearly 500.000 and lin "- 1 '
ference they meant to a beatenup'guy nothing about farming, and being 810.467 from the 1919 operation, I commercial farms, the average r more than double the $16.652,029 bushels of swei-t potatoe Tobaccchirxested i. P"'j'Iy '
All dlIih l : '
revenue farm was over $11,000 j the crops sold from the 1949 of five earlier. o i
threeyears per Forest
by the name of Sam who was an ex-Yankee with only I compared with $240,180.510$ from j years pnvducts wa. 22536.359 pound

about dead of loneliness and in of farming here in Bradford 19 Jt sales, a gain of $93.629,957.; i but based on the total number of operation yielded $249,337,334 I (: yielded J3.743.767 in III<'r."f; 4 million pounds A i ra '\ .

County he is suddenly becoming'r farms, it was approximately $6.. !I compared with $193.286267 five s Sug.u, cane sorghum harvestedfor tog :IT'd ': .
or ;;
: very bad shape from his own cook] or at the rate of nearly $20 million ,,
and eXpl'rtl.'e! have decided'to 000. Sales of farm i x.ats e;l ilietOf this, field crops:: I The tattle inventory on Florida yielded 756,652 dlal"i.- ,
ing.. Met" Alice and Pop at Jacksonville increase a year I products per : : syrup gallons;; (u \
other than vegetables, fruits and farms in April, 1950 was 1.147,739 I ,
on a frosty morning and keep Blondie, despite the trouble -j acre for all farms was $20.111': \ I Other productseie 335S1S7 plan'e.l' '1',: n. "

, before this farm was again a she had at farrowing time '; FIliI ida nuts (instituted( 542.5P0331.com-: compared with 1.114,917 in Jan quays lt tr.iwbern'; 4.:24."i,00lpounds ; 403.17"; .1. r:: ,ill"Yl'ar' "
long had
16,511,536 acres 1919. compared with SIS.15 theold "
real home, instead of a bachelor's because we think that she will ) on I I'I' I wi I'h $_ti :;6203 in 1944. A uary, 1945 The hog inventory wa* "! a\oMili,>s. 226 11\ noiind.Women .-'!

hideout Alice was tired, but very 'make a good brood sow. She had the hit them ] and not a single egg yd't pests stands result --. -
home in Bradford nine pigs, lost the runt pig. but sun they will be al1right Bait Fields Twice i poor may InterestedIn 1 Stati'H.. ; 11
glad 10 get now for we had a good! know that they are not supp.is* t' To make enough bait for w1 3iaritiYmut, '
the others are fine, and that as ai I
County. She went around the I shower. Going to give the lettuc to lay yet. but they have g rur.r. Before Planting, acres, the rodent control 'iilisf: Joining MarinesTo I Ii ,
farm and greeted all the animalslike gilt We will be satisfied any time spec i !l.t t.1 u,1: _
some nitrate of soda and also : so rapidly that we thought they Farmers AdvisedA | recommended 40 pounds of coarv I .
long-lost friends. Pop made to raise eight good pigs in a litter Be Interviewed yiett \\ IIi' "I r 4.
I some boron fin the form of borax) would break all records. HII.rthey
scratch feed or cracked corn Or' her .
the trip in good style and he now The market is down on feeder : I 'bit n.t--; lilt' t

I is making rapid progress in regaining pigs[ so we plan to keep the eight to keep rust off.. and are wattles developing and we nice understand ted comb- zun 1'ihosphide bait will con: wheat 4 ounces (lor full tablespoons I S gt Rachel EScott. Woman I to make arar: _' '1 f'n' ..tgeant

his health pigs and feed them "out of asack" tint I Held mice and rats in water ) of zinc phosphide and 4 Marine recruiter for the State of Wunpe.! whoStarke '.'

Until they put some weighton Have a long row of broccoli in that is a :sign of approaching maturity : melon] fields] according to V. L. ounces of lecithin or half a pint of Florida will visit Gainesville on I 1'-1 I t" t'.I' I iduring ,

and market improves '' the sedge grass field and we are I i Going to keep a strict | Johnson, assistant district agent mineral oil. (One fourth of those March 4. :5 and 6 for the purposeof FI'III! iii., '"

Blondie's pigs are coming along starting to cut it now. Reminds record of their egg production, a- I with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife amounts are required for baiting interviewing prospective Women I will b" f "111 : tl' ,I
in good style and gaining weight. us of last year when we planted they are guaranteed to lav at least ServiceMr'; 21-2 acres> I
I Have five gilts and three boars Getting ready to plant, so we ; 200 Marine applicants, according tc
t 1-2 of eggs a year
in the Sam castrated the double] cut left field which is about acres it and lost almost : Johnson who is working His directions for making the path III g' litter. so a *
I I ,
all of it in that bitter cold I
I 4 1-2 acres in size in about three | five 'cooperatively with the Florida bait; Stir lecithin or oil into the mediate use. about the pt's", ''illlh/!/' '
boars at the age of five week 1 Sam has been thinking of making -
hours which we think is pretty j days a year ago NovembN.1' Agricultural Extension Service, advised !i grain, mixing well. Add zincphosphide Mr Johnson recommended placing \s the h.tr ,
I ; J' ,
worked like a scarecrow to put over in thebt'rl'Y I IStllltII!
dogs that broccoli!
time Noticed farmers to ban their field I
good cuttingthe the bait wherever
until burrows
even coating art ,
: and got almost nothing out of it, patch but the more he thinkf'about grey 1,1\,1\ 11,1.'d hrI h, : ,
land that our planting of cover i twice before planting two weeksand found around the field border, andwell
but this have done it the more he i is; undecided is over all the grain Thorough ; I fI"m .Ind :1': .. 41h
crops, and repeated cutting under I j I year we very five days bt'fore-to control back into grass or undergrowth It : -sues: '

of all weeds" grass, and cornstalks 'I little work on that one row. and He's afraid that if he does that mice and rats that feed on watermelon I stirring is required to gt.'t"I>n coat t tI near field. A teaspoon! ''ull! take ,u ..t I t.,, ;::. "

i ewe should get all we need and Alice will have a heck of a time seed. Unless fields of poison on grain Do not mix i .
re i is slowly improving the I I are at intervals of 15 feet around thi h.- mouth II 011101I .

soil. As we understand it, what can !sell I telling Sam from the scarecrow I i baited to kill off the seed-eating I, more bait than needed, for im field and near burrows and along: I hands: cucu.t! : J!', "er. \\ u, !

;"j2 need reliable ft we are doing will help build up i r

:>7 answers to your fii' the organic matter in the soil, and !'I Had some fine cabbage (three

!$ "crisis questions" this $ even the woody weeds corn stalks, 'arieliest., beets, tomatoes, growing .
t year! get t them.in in
a cold! frame, and then one
t'te. will improve the moisture ,-. I '
P---.f1 I J I
retaining ability of the soil. Had morning discovered one plantingof I : ___ __1--=_ t i r-

.4a Tm the field limed about two years the cabbage just about ruined.It .

(( iikisTiS( 11'111 \tiM ago and! that. too will help make looked as though a mole had +-cI I I'I

( MTOK the fertilizer mote available 'burrowed under the bed, and we ,i -- 1! @]@ ] @ @ oft g -
are going to have a fit until we I = (; k@[f@ @ Vlooo ( @w ) @ 1-L

get a trap and get rid of the pest { ; U

1 Got about 1200 Ib>;. of well- Hope we can at least save the tomato r, 4(2f; -:-., \;) _i $ k$;
rotted poultry manure out of the = ... ,
f Often referred to os g and beet plants. -TI I :'f--. :! ; [' "" : - ,
,( "o newspaperman's : dropping pit in the laying house ,j.JA':5; \\ \ Sfcr-r(/ \? -;?
I I and spread it in the kitchen I : : ;:: \
I At last we got ourselves a fine / \, II
:s '
covers the I garden in rows where we had mim\\ l' --
gas circulating heater and now / I .
A with o network of News f I marked off beds. Then bedded \ --- -
f e are prepared for cold weather.
Bureaus and correspondents '
up over the manure boarded off I! ,I I ( / ./ .
'"'; Up to this time we have used the \ ,- ( -: I of -
and tht'n1' think had some bed? 1 .
1 Order intro fireplace to keep but if \ I ,
a special t' that had manure well distributedthroughout. warm, a "II I j '
j' r
ductory subscription today fireplace keeps your front warm / I'I. \ ,
I t' -3 months for $3 Getting manure tcwhere your what-you-calht freezes \ aj '
You'll find the MONI- it is needed IS quite a jotI t -I. J -
J \r I ; ;; /
NZ>! TOR "must" reading, I ( t (least 'to UM I but by using astt'l.1 Sold some turnip roots on tiJacksonville j' \.:. I i _I ij r8 ___ If-- ,__ ij 1I11 4. 1 :; IIJHtm _, '0 r I I If \,

onJ o> necessary osi I| drum on the back of the .,. .,., _. ,... .. .
/ .
'0'M"Y; : "W' .
your HOME TOWN :' Market through out : vz.fu.w.o.o;': :>:'* "' "
traitor we reduced the labor to a
I \
PAPER neighbor Tim Clackburn. It it .
;i r minimum Could do it better vet ,
quite a job lugging them around 1
; if we take off a few board on .the /
so we rigged up a steel drum or ,
back of the laying house w ,neMs I 1 the back of the tractor and fount5 I
Lt w.vti-.irtM the manure can be shoveled right
1 that it will hold about five bushels
: into ,the drum on the tractor
i Then Washed them! in the steel I
Always trying to figure out how
The Christian Science Monitor drum and thus cut down the timer
1 to
a job easier and quicker r
One Norway St. Boston 15. Mass U ?A they were handled. :
!i .y It
fna. t
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h' _
PleMeend me on introductory Mont. 0 _
| Planted double] of 'mustard
tor iubicnpt.on-76 issues. I enclose }3. rows Our little Roadside Market is in
and! in two of the beds --
| turnips we --
full swing again, and we are busyas -

....... . .. .. ....a u.s. have the chicken manure in. A a couple of bees Now have
(name) neighbor said that poultry manure '
turnips, mustard, collards itita !

..... .. ..... ........, will really make turnip grow I bagas broccoli green 1111 illn'1!
( i(address; ) fine. -
English: peas radishes anil benuon i

. ..... .. .. .. . . .O' i sale Later we should ha.: I
tcityl) hone (stote) II I I Set out some lettuce plant in 1 plenty of eggs to sell \\', u.: .1 a<

PB-IO I another one nt I h.- bedand although big kick out of our (idle t>M-ii\i\' ssi

"I I l the\ tli>tH'- Ii t "vwhen i t 1.11'>t it i- Very satisfying "> .i,iw'niks FOR'52e
",1'\ 'nj"\'d i.iu, back our and"vegetables tl'1\ \- \l\1a\\siWe \

Every Branch of know our produce rn
h ,is I i-: I possible tii get i ranu ,

\n : i I' .hat counts. |
INSURANCEliCJALL : ._,, :_ b .. ....,..;...-- t, ____ .........,

I'h !MI, ..: dt advertising'V/; :,

I Km i. lutt/ { \M were mis.llgsunil built-
car ever
sail r he 1 Mebecause! folks would*! greatest
I .
A 1:" h. .1 ,; tt-t: catch a glimpse of
tn' f{> .id-ail, :Market) so'e put i ianoMie. in the field r;
STRAWBERRIES sign' low-price i1a.

1'IieXE 116 dow 1 n, -HI I"I'| oi our big sign, and ,

thi ..still \\,1,., amazing. Within
Constant Service Over 50 Years Never before
an h.,11 alter it was put up a carIUpp I : low-priced

| .'d .mil! said that they halt car sue ppx al so completely into a 4 '

-.'. :, thi. sign; the fine-car class: Never l tk>tore
has any low-priced car offered! ,' ?xr ; ,

I 1Mtilted\ (I a 32: pound! bag of 1 such great power as Ford's 110- :

mnn sets in one row 250 feet 'I h.p. high-compression .

long Made it three rows on the I such new power as Ford's 101-h.p. r

ATTENTION CANDIDATESOFFICIAL bed and! really planted them thick I high-compression Six. And this '

about one inch apart. That big new '52 Ford has lots more Now! /110-h.p. r New 10 'h.pi .

may be too close, but we put quitea I than It'wider 1 longer
power. ,
lot of fertilizer in and we start I lower stronger! New Coachcraft High-Compression High-Compression Six f tJ o-w Automatic Ride. Control New Easier. SteeringStratoStar

POLITICALAHHOUNCEMEHT thinning them out as soon as they Bodies are styled to -t.ll'l'autiful V-8 Mileage I Maker ,F ,r.j'id'r, front, lr ..1! r ,.nlijriv : .. I r rand .

are for onions are one of I ,. ,
green '
quality-built to :t v Ing nill 'r' 'II.I''f! !h i. "0: 'f \p'r
our best st'llel's.:0 wonder, for ,1.1oung Thi must t povu'rfu! ngm.', s''. !1' s an all ID'w, (low fm M?.. irHort>or- '" / 'nn;> r P' ir pang(" I .I e I ., I. 1 J d,... .

CARDS they really do add a lot to a meal ''1'l'1't Drive" tliia built-fur- limit fur ,i low-pniedi.ir Mom high-lompreHhion powerhuu rni :..illVh ->' .. n i 'r.\. \.< -Brings h> Ip t.d.I.! -,.'p.\ > i d! 'r r ... ,
IUd Ford Six ether ,, ., ,'l 1
Autowith hiiuitiL r. II
i new free-turning( vr .m n > nj i 1)-> J" 1-1- r. ; "< rh
Ford .
keep: itxLiv.: 1'owir 1'11"t.onom:} : head ; shorirrYtrnle, m it> .u .Town rt. :L."r: I.. -.
Alice put some fertilizer to th. .

Will: !bt' inserted in each ivtie uf the Telegraph from beets, and now they are growing' I .. .....

Now Until the Fir,t Primary Election, May 6. at the rapidly and are a pret'I ht =:
rate 'Got another batch of plants t.
I following :
1 set out so that we should\ h.i\i Tr :1s

beets pretty soon and foi snv p e1

I NOT OVKK t WOUS! I IN LENGTH: 12.30I'KOM time to come. .-.

Talk about something good! t I I'eat + r Full-Circle Visibility ,.,.,. ,
,' "d'\
f FROM SO TO 100 WOUDS I IN 1.1NC1'II; 17.30This Just take a side of bas "n i fl. r
I CUYYl ., /I..i./.1-l ....
n'-I'" /
1 have it uned and then hick \' il
i .
i A :, j.w" pi< iur'- Io\tnt"Io\d, all ''''Hm.lld! votrftionn ,
I l: smoked t'ut shoes of it '- Drive"the'52 .
som. t J. Test rut Vt.rA. ., u .
It ft. u f
Card Will Your Me To The VotersEach : -
i Carry >:siire cook it and( then some nice tresheggs } ---.. .....:1..... ......-, '"a. ..,_. .. _
Week from Ul'ntH ElectionPLACE
I (maybe a few I tried potativstool I .
I .,' '\. .
I :and then you a e ri ally it \ .-

i YOL'K CARD ..YOU"TO me high 'lIt 1 the hi g'> I J 4E--- r W '" "- i 1 i '

H i.l i ..1"i',' from i :.'f!" Garin .

"its is in i \-XI't'r! t'Ylt.. H, .. ..: Y .1 pay more

w .inted! to knIf w. had a WhitiLeghmii
., t'ordCoatcraft 8, 41Pc r=t1crra, : a can't
nkerel tn 'sell for hi +lr i Drive '. .; j
To.i, hiTift! H,. 4.i .
had seen:: .ur'hit.. Hollands an : .1 -
nh ,n, d! bd 1 1 I tr \ Y r
: m."L !- \Yf )
i, \OTE; Under the new Florida Election Code11 Political thought that the\ wo-r TjeghornsWe th. n, : ? Jrd \ e' t ..- .
hid an 'nter-esti'.i: '..">- ani' .
of hi i\ rd!
AdxertUin And I'rintinl'Il'T IK' Authorized i i r -- .. g.- l' moi g J
leat i"red that Gene ha, -''11' in 'L I. :
_Vnd Paid For by The Candidate's Campaign TreasurerIN
Ist'red Tame orth hugs > .n, : ::,
l ADVANCE at the time of placing order. a male'.


PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT ai-o'and i he Uying house that the 1 MOTOR CO0

old hens are due to be put in th i i

deep freeze, for they started! T, .

lay again. But no matter \\ Ia'

they do now, into the freezer th<-:> .

Bradford County Telegraph sro for we have to make room fr>: i

he pullets we have coming on i j Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 118r
v j

J._ -_-., TVBullets! are now 18 week



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a hlll.\ tt I"\n\-. IT.! '!

good Americans and ihnfty. 1'.tt ,'nue 'rRr1'.1'.nI Fran .-. I' '
pros .
]In- .
"ili the
I "rn.''C. allegations of I'I't [ Court and cause and I 1
run are -
Yn'l required
f perous farmers:' They helped make are hpr..Inotified that a -. ,il( run ji'.iiir M III !lie tak\ <.n as i onf I. to erie a C..DV of ...
curt for Dixori e has been filed I your an- Adrnntenr
(1 1 li\ i ,
\ "u I
I swer or plradrn" L
this state Lask week we had against you in the above the complaint
This n"tne shall he published '" .
on the "
[L i quite a blizzard. It was not dan- Court and muse and you are re-I j once each week for four conewntlve 'I P, 'Ii: "i- I'- ,\ : C. Zarh Takut H. 4L where I Joe
quired to sere a of \ From Ay Marsh I II
g' ous here so I enjoyed the roaring or pleading copy to the r your'mlrlalnt! answer weeks in ".e Il'adf.Td: "unt)' Telegraph ". a I.. rii\ ,"\.,. ,i'." -trI ..
il I ,, '
I: of the wind The snow driftt'rtI I I .n the Plaintiff's Attnri,-.\", T I-'rlllh: [ 'd'.d' ':': .,,,1 01 ', J.ll'Un .'ipm' '1. i 'i. ''Ii.. .1 i off* i. "> ,. seek! \;.; I .. -- .--

1. I I ,.r>i then lay whitetill and told I(Ithe La ndrum original, Starke.in the FIll. .ft.P,'I.t a .1,1! 1,1.! : '..: : I I. nl ,1 i f :M i' i ..Ih.-'f..r. j

I Clerk "f the. ijFFICIXL !SEAL) A J Thomas. \1 :',. tin" d: rit ,,1 '..,.. .
I finished; and of
i quilting quilt I Cir uit Court
I" .
my on: i.r .
., | Clerk of the Circuit Court. i -, II'' t t. k ,,'..f. _. .!
took it out of the fiame. I put it I II jfnre i otherwise the 11th day .f K. Lr it\ 1 "-.2 Hy Myrtle T. Deaver. l>eputy Clerk 1. \ \ "ll

elf Burqess IIohr{ I the allfgarii.n- said '. ::. 4t : n Experienced Hand Wanted
on our bed today along with a Complaint will be Ltkrn as confessed 'Tbl r vr t> .-, e publish! :
i i \ .
r by \I.
t '
PONCA. NEBRherein = you. oris. :'tu 11
washed all wool .
freshly blanket This notice shall !>.> publishedonce 'n'flrl Tn .ti>pr.\u: (1\\ ks .n I ;' .u". tlt> 'fol. .

I and clean sheets. Don let me buy I'arh't'.k f"r four c'nlsecutiveeeks In ('(rtuit ('....r., llrinlford CaunlrPlartlat graph
\\ I teli'we In Fri>ruar>'. Yet she tl ea-ui .d it and kept it w In the Bradford i ,
a dozen new sheets T have lots County In Chniirerf.Krn IIal.,1 this ;lit 1. 01."f .I 1? '.iri .
I graph. l Mtlli. IM h t I'"m \tsit- i.1 'Ii i 'tIt: I \
I finish. my quitting, and I sun I h e 1 10 read T"It'-j M.irr. II. l"52. appi t.
of nice bed linens in the linen third. tins lOih, (1.ty of .J.III "-t E Plaintiff AS.M.nlir '
the \\hkh .FFI''I'[ t'- in nlaut rd: u about hie ulto toilet lio\i t"do "
hliz/anl i "ar< I thru tin Apoetry, i m I closet All this makes life so good '.. k '
C.\H' ;No t'71! .
rO 1
\allej. the times !SK\I.) A..T Th. mal.1 f 11\ :\t. .I'. t I. fcno stutm. Ih.t kmitked out the thing *>v *'" ** v''1' t _
j wtirr Tn \ppmr.
i and precious. I have started making Clerk of .
When one need: more thau she By Myrtle T. the rir.uit Court. I T..' Madi." I. ll.in.llih.,"-.. electric\ putter t tor nulfs around. .. \'u \'t \\e dm! 'I t .t- A' 1Ndtuia. t
n'a"r. I> >
The leave another quilt top to quilt next i"itv Clerk. .
yellow tc
aitieidy: '
dii and .iddis Sun; 1 id.Sti.rt ,
1 ,
foi ,
r i'.it! C' .h
l\ irofs
should really need 4t :n3! 'I ,1'' plat
L'l 11 i 1-i
be dust January. I also made enough Tail'-T", =N"ith) '"an-1 lu.n! )

And the frail writing with the Yetza GilIe pie. carpet rags for two long rag: rugs. In '1 lie t'irrait'unrl Of I'Uriila You aie h. i..,hi iiotifiiil, that a -i t,, I r.iry wa< i. -, \ .. ; i ,>-- i- <'. I.ikif, ">i gtti c I'
Out there iiclilh: Jnilirial Cirruil III,1 f .r Divone h..- brut filed, against II njrht tu ti' iii' '
here are a few pioneers I _' .* : aa / I'
ypider-look I'A neighbor man who ia shutin K., llrnilforil r..nm In ( the ..d.named, ftn.rtand r.tis t !(> ie > i t. i
) C'i.tnrrr you in
I.-, dim with time. Upon the still living. The ones whc Will weave them for me. I can l-i, reAdopt.: ."ii ?f lnbrrl 1" K'lu.-n-1' cause andou are required ti, II WELDINGMe r t |J.t la'iinp, ,. .! l A I';,,11!. tth'thtio tuts' l I

took up claims and braved the j hardly wait until he them c;..ddm, a mui..r I -,.n'" a copy of > mir answer orplt'ading I ate ftUis-: IHH i 1'' "'
title pageSomeone gets '1 h.> "(,.If'' IIf Florida Tn: I l to the! complaint on the 4' ta't Iht't:3't: i i '
I hardships in sod houses. They done. I have seed I The aho\i .. .,, the > I 'HUM : "
mother my garden riaiiuil nuu'! r'I uriiI IMac titf't. 11.1.\ I t. Th."' i- I
proclaims "I I don't mind
"Why came from New York State Wisconsin and plantordered.. I want tc 'I pan-nts: : a ho,t. n.tti"!! :i used this book." I d.-nr' ,' and nh1! 'r> il.on1- 1 i i, i kin iin I .1 K i 11I.d I in i h. itfu .' .1 I ll.. CI.t'\! ."h t' grumbled, "b lit I.It.
Virginia Indiana, Illinois have a nice garden this if Noun ., th.. 1'1 \i... rI
I think hat mother's daughter year : "f tin' in tut i ''"II'1i .1 .I.I t
and other eastern states. They I can. I note strawberrlefar. I WHKURXS: :; 1.11'1"| | u ''n th ,it .'"itli .1.1 11 "f F.biiiaii' !I.' ._' ih> iIII. ;;'I t 20 Cues m nn barn and thu

used it not brought with them lilac bushes .. my i-ertain rails n"u' !p, n\\. nsr in "... nt!-. .. illeK.itioli-: ,, : -lid '...opl all haie to be milked hi ma hin..*. I ,
getting green as the snow Ciriui Court Kithtli: Imlt. ,.il 'i" : .mr i\ .i J i; I 1... lak' n .t- .lit" I I I.' ; I
For where could he pick med rose bushes and other plants In and N''bod around here knows how, to c9' '
precious melts. Whoopee! The winter v' volt." For nra'Jf"d, l i o '>ii i\ you > ... ,.1
lars and ripe quince. to them. Along too came passing and be to !i In t'huuPry; uh-".in ..I I.'t hr W ..% This r-,,, .. haJJ In- j. il lishtd milk a run h' hand an> more" 'I.
soon time see l MJixMin and iii'a lf', I.I :. I i iI
Or leaves of and ulP."brrf ,?Wire T. I I. 1'k fi'T full < a 11"- lit lieMe.ks
rosemary .
the old cook books as the poem if my tulips are ming up U Onddin pr.tv' f.. th,. .1 1 in the Bradford (''''"1111'.1...- offer the pr| -odr cf MarKr I t

peppermint, above says. To me also are interesting bloom. |11"n, of Hohrrt Rue'-rn ."hl I
tli.l -.inl ISoliHiT i'i: r,, ., .
'" Jd" i iih. '
Such things of fat .away and the liv- of those who cam CLAY HILL: I am happy that : .. !minor child ?,0' nn6mnt!, ', )\.t' n l .l"1..1,: -'nil il.n .1 I 1..lId.II' I arid \lcinitj one of the most ( u ,.

never-siiife here straight !Muni the "Id u orld i toll that the na no- 111!:i. .. ,1 i. 'i. II i .
plans are being made for a Missi I ll'Id JIOKt off] 'uhll'| <' ,. ii, FI, 'I\T. -\I.: |: .l..l Thomas 1
That did u"I i '" iii i a Thcv rams ,n, '1:1\ ,tit'nI si church tlll.ll ? .. Ml. 'i. k 1 of inCircuit '','it" I modern and finest equipped
n' for Rev StricklandF ;( l pal'enh: of i" a r'o i 111 ].' .
prairie door I ;E'rmal1\ III TtJc'"I"< F \ .] with Robert !..unknown t.i t 'In-1, prlnl'' ..! 'h. li: ..'t t t'1,. T I'tait-r. Hiputy Cl ik ,
Taylor at one I ui; 4', :
i '
there i I" ; elding
no fI"I')1": ) i -' t hops an>\\here.
'i.. .tbout 1.1at't'ry thing. A State of Flori f1 i' that is in walking distance ,.,--v .Ip.m| u ll ,.'I" 11 "II'''I I" In1 I \11'1'101: TO .trrntit : All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S WORLD FAMOUS
I nnU M" u n Pa''u',, T'i r' I
In Irrait r"nrt. ttrndforil ri.unn
r; Hill children .,,, .
and olc ll'll. "\ 'I \JIM I Klurlilai in Chaarerp.I' '

1 1hould be I'th- 1"1"I.i i I. ""I.I.I't'. GARAGE
along the road 1 '|1'I.I' l ILIU.nd.; i '!
0 t 1 I., lit III"! n ." ,. n'. < ,t.1't"| II fir" .M 1 ,". I -6u'- i ;lilli,ml I I'. 1 ti 1111.1' '
I' Strickland's. I think ,in-- .ii ..i l..f..r. 4h.. 1" i ii 01", i'iNoliir -,. =\.. ', v
.. i F'.. ". .. AND: MACHINE: SHOP
belonged to the late Adam brnatt..1 f> !I"' ,Ii. o '. o \ |t'ar'T I ,
I t', I allrratt'ms of -.ud 1 -i. "., II I II I. 'T, \ \ i I, ''II' lli.ird.; I'i.-i .
I l.iKfli asonf.. -J| 1 I. i .,u ni Templev.. !*>tarkeDUTIKS ? t
r f./'F'L 1 ( HINTS Have It j is . iL
any: n d oj] r I, 'j i i n 'if led that a' r
-, Mt coupons for the sll\"I'r. I nonrtLP |1'1110'h.' ...1 \ .., \ t t .. i i i been filed 1 9
w"'k for, f"in .
the !I. "ii .'. I, .. .. 1 ,j ih.. jii'i'ie nan'> O
1 ID Sweetheart soap Jl1lh., lir.ulf": <1'" 'urt, ''i"! .' :
". Also Post brand and l n. "paper ..f c' : ;atln, !, -
l iilii-h'-| ,."l in' I l'! i d'I ., ,j i 'I'! .'
i' '" nave !silverware.' I have Ida

uni' ,I' K'e set for everyday from hat-il at Stark.-. I'l .ml.i .

'11"" They are Roger's plat. day of .January, AP It"," i/t1

.. I (iKKIi'lL\ SKAI. ''
no "dinice.! ) \ .J I 'I
Lengthen life of V
Clerk ..f '"i. .
"wens' inns' by boiling them i in Fi. Mv. itl.. T. nn I. I '. |I' i 'tt

,all u nt<.r. I'a I
I _
F" i 'hristmas present my sis XMICI: TO .trrn.tu FLAMINGO

'r Iln i rlrruit Court Bradford (
dpitnla in Indiana sends mea mint *.
|I'lortilni In fhnncrry.jFt.ink .
kv! paper that has newiti I I' .\stini., Plaint PARADE '
i all over the county wher*> I J. nin.- Vifostiuu. 1'. f.,ml'"in' I'I ''l1'l'it'lltiougJy pt.'rfOl'nkd i i with nWtl-

/ Has burn One item was where Nntire Tu \ ppenrT" Cas N; I .-ty of expense and no !lessening of Birds are Paraded

COMPLETE id mend of my father Mr. and : .1..nnnI'' \ r. siiin; > i Service have won for us an enduring only once a year nt
result,' .
ties ( 'arney Robbins We-tport: 1 I You :ire I hereby mlih.---notified is1'nK tin'u a ifjrard} in the communities which ere' v.. e

we"e celebrating! their suit for Divon
fiftiethAeOding has been fil- "I :err e. 2
agaln t you in the almi.. nlnnd 1 $
WITH8 anniversary I. upreading on I Point andau.se and you arc required FLAMINGOSTAKES ""r
that item to "FL' ..
immediately serve a c..pyIf v.iur answer I
sent them a card. Today I had! or pleading to the complaint i
on the Plaintiff's
Attorney T Frank DeWITT C. JONESPhone
such a nice l letter. They still Landrum.
gc Florida and tile "I.
ATTACHMENTS to the church that my father help the original in the office of the I 7 Starke, Fla. One of America'sForemost

ed build and I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Horse
now they tell the
me 11th tine of Kil.ni.ui' I't-.:;
two rooms and! a basement: have ,j otherwise the allegations of said ,I i ....-- I Races -i.
been added j Complaint will be taken as confc.s.sed I
They have lived ..
by you. I -
I Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur I
OUR their married days on the same I This notice shall be published
[I once each week for 1j
farm near the church. They ha+'e'weeks' four consecutive j local funeral home enables SEE YOU ATSATURDAY
FACTORYTRAINED I !in the Bradford cnjnty Tele- 03 to offer conveniences and I ;
I set 11a good example. I 1 graph. 1 :
services: not otherwise available.
Hi-re the sun is shining warm l"..itil tin-: I'.th il.11' .i .J.in'. 11. 1
1S.-.2;: 1 1
EXPERTSGUARANTE It is Friday the .___
I and new Ford i U (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas II I I' 1.11 I' II I .1.4 1

on display Don said one time heuas Clerk of -he Circuit Court 1
I Hy Myrtle T. Dea\er 1'e furnish the highest type service at lowest paces and 1 ,
going to get a new Fonl. I Deputy Clerk t
t fl still lan Iel I 1 !I" it l :' accept ANY life insurance policy in force. issued by ANT :
I the
: Packard
sedan .
a ndl
I Ii -- -- t company as payment in part or In full on 'a funeral t
tn lighter
: car would be for tin'.i i NOIICI: 'ru.trl'Iul MARCH 1 I

ing on personal trips. [II" rirruit Court llrailloril I Nunt 1: Consultation carries no obligation. : ,
j I'lwriila: In 'Iianrrr> .
/ti& Hen I K a pie crust made fit tin' 1 I "1'd) ,e A \\-ntzell "I. ',, ------------------------------------------------4

Graham na'kt'rGood: for fill ILL \\ ulzt-11, I Mutant __ _____ __ ___ _ u __ __ -

(' X.
nig .
e To |'|Mr..
18 graham crackers. T.., I l.i \\"d /. '. .

TWO YEAR :: up soft butter. 1-; I'.nkn.iii n a' .. i i", .1: ,1'1 i

: iblespoon flour $1-1' f"l, I I-U.

au,iin-t \ II i ',. .
upugar' i '",,11'i .i n.l, <

"' together sugar Hour! a nib fi t." iHiit. x

FULL CASH PRICE I rAdd crackers finely rolled 1 -" "1' |.. "I I i .
!1'1.! i '" t '.n th. I \ .
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Molh-Prooing. PointingMony I :'. !'or now and hope you all I otli.-ru 'h

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1 No Fun No Muu Tel.,Kr.lph:
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CMEVACU M i ill "r.l ( .ut. llradfaril C.'ouop ,
1I County, Florida, upon rr- I'loriiln I II
STORES In < hanrrry.1'iul .
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I'l !proof of publication of thr<
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I ', 'i the fictitious IKiffir of \1'11'''' ''''''::. ri.iiniil' !
:, 'III Motor Court, under \\ liulriiMKfri i KU.ui.'i: Ai itisir'iiii. t Mifiiiil.iniu\ ,, ,
LOS W. Forth: St.- Jacksonville. I U. "' in business it eta rkr, \nttrr I'a". "'''<
I I i I I'i', ".l.i: Mr :and MiWin I: I"r"r' To .tpprar.To .
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1 would like a free home demonstration of your fully I I I 1'.I..t the-, ?1st day of HVbrtiaii. I 1 ?Id. n- | I'nkni.Mii ?
guaranteed rebuilt Klectrolux at $11.1)) at no oblijraCation I 1' A I I' | W.J:: at )St.irK: Ki.ulf"i: "<' '11 it are for hereinnotif'divorce; ;', tint a 9
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\( TO "'rl-: \It quired to serve a < .pi \ "in" .'
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a suit for Divoi :e "Q 'leer f'. auali4'rIt

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For by
cO 1pete enjoyment cf the variety of programs i .IV. FI. .t !

o'oudccnt t over CBS Radio keep your radio set at 96.1 on .'.1'ir 'J I the I I' 'Ilf'. .ff 1 i

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'' AMOS 'N ANDY CHARLIE MCCARTHY tie This t.\"o\ is 4,
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Sw EDWARD R. MURROW SUSPENSE BOB HAWK "nc w nve i eek -i!! ,

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cornfo-t of Gc-C"/f c <-
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t ,t 96.1 1 on your FM dial/ J, p'l..HI C'rf'AIt n: In 'a.re.Chan"y.I Ifr..turd. I ,all"( t, low P rice. Come in !today ord 125 WEEK,

'f1 I 'ha: rtel! n Rriun Plan., ,' Liberal Trade-In
r' l M l lli.iti'i: l>-.fondant t; talk trade.

SCOUTS grand entertainmentl ; Would you like to' have the I 'at1C't' T. .\ !'lIur.T" ., ... . _'-

Every Monday night at complete WMBR-FM Radio> 1'lice H I : : :. .,-- -- _. :
.8. 30 P.M. meet the inimitable Schedule. free of charge? It ''i-r a :and ad !J-. j .., ,.
t .1oIT''T. -
G his: will be moiled if .:_ r .
Mr. talent >cowl< end regularly N-tt: J>Tsi. .

the eliciting lIars trying to you write your request to You a' .' :

crash the bigt.ire.; That's Mondays WMBR-FM P. O. Boi 5187, 'i -. ..1' f,,"", .i.I', t, ', i 1 Service Center Station ,

--- at i 30 P.M. Jacksonville 7, Florida. ...." I. ,- ., .

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ON THE AIR -7 A.M. Until/ 12 MIDNIGHT .;'I ,, -"'.1"1' ; .; SEEKER[ GOODMAN I

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HI I Sunny Side of in the Street" i Serving Hot Dogs, Drinks, :

3 IRA G. HARRIS Candy d Pop Corn Peanuts
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I We Congralutate Manager Harris and the Martin Theatres for their Progressive Foresight in Bringing this ultra-modern, BeautifulDRIYEIN



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Recent BirthMr NOTICE TOPPKU I all in the off .. ..f the CI. rk "' 'b! ''I \l'.,'..k- ill the : I '1. .' ;':rnh. ._.." 1".i : inl .' .a11 vrrk f ., .
Production I In (Irruit (Court llradford Cir, milt, "CHIP .' ". 'I' .
I ( moot} !I "ti "r iiffor. th-! tI.d.ty'IiF' I ph ,.
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l \ Florida : In ('hnnrrrjalla. -'hrll.\, l'132.thnl: -.' -h- l I\.r. ,I ), I I r n) .. .iiid\ lI..tf.,1 that -t.- !.graph'h.-L. .u the I'r.ul! "
I i\i it cu-t.>i1"t minor
HINTS TO : .illegat''ii-. ..f' ..
\ IMa.nt!
\ Miri'ii.
: vAnut -:ud Complaint .11 1 '
Can Be Improved ; and Mrs. Sidney Shuford of ,! h.ihe. ..n filt-il ajraiii'-t you in ni '. .1 ,h. !rl! '
>t.l.el 1 Ma'! d'! I'-frt.dan' be tak' ll .t, otife--ed |,.v'U oFFyr'\T. I' .
HOUSEVIVES I Lawtey are announcing the birth ': ':.. ... N.. *'MJ i iNolior This notice shall be published! <'!erk ili"\r. naMirtl (, tan" > au- 1 :"::-Wl'-I ,
B Methods I i ji.ii lie rrnmrril t"e ai i -T! V I
Y Proper Tpprar.. I ITo once each week for four consecutive By M\tle: T .
I of a son Jim Hall born Jan. 2? | i .f \i-nr ,111"1' "I'i I'Kailinc > t *
I I Anna Sobel M m! ii. uh'rrsidrncr -- weeks in the Bradford County Tele .
I complaint >n the riaintif! A' n)- M I. : : : aI
the Alachua General Hospital.: and addre-- UthlAeiiUe. | graph. : -
Although transplanting time is I i I- I, -> Za, h If Pougla ;5"; >;r> I.vn. l Ii!
) brothNru .l<-r.-e\' I! Kit..I tit. I-I ,1,1"f. January. ,
about two months away Florida TEST FOIL IJI>: CTITS: i You are hereby notified that al| 19< :-:!. 'n r'lcl JacksonMlle Florida .ti..i,
I I Clrrnit ... the original in the office nf 'h -
McKay Elected suit for Divorre and (OFFICIAL SEAL I Iin ( i
will restoration ) A. J. Thomas .
leaf tobacco growers 1 rinrtila' nf tli. Circuit Court on nr hr.
bright homemadebiscuits '1 1 : In 1
best test for maiden h.ibeen Clerk
The of
( name the Circuit Court.
dc well to complete plans and Head Of 2-County filed against! you in the ahe named I i Ly Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk I n...o n.". :\ .. the lath day of February. 19'.:
J: the of .L..I!
receives llff
i is! the way the family t- t Ki'i.vt: | PHONE 213
: Court and and
now for their 19 i21 cause you are required I. 3 a H I L.: will l.e taken as confo.-- .
preparations Int.
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crop according to Agronomist i them. When everyone keep j j 1: Board Of Realtors'The or to pleading serve a U copy the of Complainton your answer } Noru: or-IN 'i'CATION: mltit.l otice T.. \ yen i
T,,' F. notice shall b<> published onc
Russell Henderson of the University I asking for biscuits the homemaker the Plaintiff's Attorney T FrankLandrum. : "'l'Kit: "'11111111" \ \ >n: rr"Iden.r' n-t wt"t-k for four consecutive COLONIAL
Bradford-Clax County Starke., Florida, and filethr Notice Is hereby. !
given that the in the }railford County Tele
Extension .
of Florida Agricultural need not be told she has Board of Realtors at their first original in the ..ffl"-" ,,f the undersigned under the provisions You are
Service.In I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before |Iof,I Chapter :20!' ..+:3.;;; Laws ..f Florida Milt for "', .. this: 17th day of January.
succeeded The empty biscuit ,, meeting for 1952, le-elected S. the 3rd: day of :March 1952: : Acts of 1341. will register with theClerk maiden nnjnie FLORIST
addition to preparing land and I j McKay President C. A. E'I otherwise the allegation.- said of the Cirouit Court in and you in :
I plate is evidence enough. I I Complaint will be taken I'I for Bradford County Court and SEAL A. J. Thoma. !
a- confessed of Flori.
of .
obtaining supplies i Vice President and W. S. Sibley quired to "' '' '\' 'I'r" .( tins Circuit Court
biscuits. by you. 1 Ida 1 upon receipt of proof of
this recipe for 1 1I publication '
well in advance of transplanting Try !I Secietary. President McKay reported This notice shall he p'ibli-hed of this, notice, the fictitiousname swer .or ) T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk FLOtiI'FI i H: "
"n Iti 1/18 4t :2! 1j
farmers should spray or dust their I You'll need 3 cups of titled flour recent meetings of the once earh week for f.ur o.m.wrutiyrweeks of Pinrhiir Toi'rNt Court, Seldt-n. i I
on Seldt-n I
in the Bradford c Telegraph under which I
"'i-ity: am engaged in business i-
seedbeds on regular schedule tc 2 teaspoon- baking powder 1 tea I State Board of Realtors one heldat at Route 1 1. Box I mi. Starke itea.h. Florida \ i I irrnlt\OTIPE TO Arrr 'H FOR ALL CH'Q

control blue mold so they will pro- salt 1-2 teaspoon soda 4 tn: Tampa and one at Orlando. I Dated this 30th oj 1"f January ,! Florida al"lr.'uiT I ill the" '""ft'I."11 I \ ....: In Ctmrt.Cbaarrrr.BraJ.rJ f.t.h.
spoon 1S52; Anna .tlbr.eht
for their crop I I and J.'r.1Tnran.: day: of :Mar 1' 1'ipiliili., .il>-o U n.,, a' !I" in.,
duce enough plants 6 tablespoon! fat. and about 1 cup I District Vice Prt'sidentorman (OFFICIAL SEAL.1 A'. I Thom.i-, ,, ownerItmite I 1. Bow 1 Inn. Stare, allegation: .. ,.f : ', : ,. Plaintiff: \ N',; h.I- '
Clerk of Mie ''riint CourtIy Florida | !;
the Extension worker explained.Mr. Edwards of Jacksonville addressed j I he I. I If.
'Jnf sour milk. Sift dry ingredientstogether j M.Mtle T I ea\ep, I'eJi'lJV .CJerk Dated this 2.th day ..f January :Is < n.l.iti'i
Henderson expressed the be I the meeting. Mr. Edwards discussed 21 4'I .' .: I 1'n... It! :12.;:! at Starkenradford This notice. ... NS4i14:
: and cut in fat. Make aj I! (''' 111Fluru'a once each ", Top.rar.. (i)
with .
\ Estate Salesman'1'Iscttool ..
lief that Florida farmers the Real 1 week in the \ 1..1. |I', till! ,i''o t>
I'I ;::i; *t ?: 15I .. '
reasonably! good weather can exceed I well in mixture add milk slowly j which is conducted by the I graph. am) olii. v >il \\ v
'Tin: Tn 1PPCt1t I Oa I..01 tlt 1' 1, 1 \ A > i i Nru
their 1951 jecord-breaking until a soft j Jacksonville! Board of Realtors thgreat I Nimrn TnI'I'PoUC
center (
and stir from 19.2;
In (Irruit Court llrailfurilriiiridnt ( ...nt'. | In rirniU ('"orl. llrailfurtl Coast I DISH GARn.-N-[ :
yield of 1,212 pounds pr acre thi dough i- formed. Drop dough by nt"f'tto both the public and! In t hanrcry.Mtry I I'larhla: In ( I"u.r' > 'OFFt'I.\T. !: ,, v II.'I, ,' fl.' .;f '' 'i I, i' a
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methods for of : ; I1rd-il: !! ;5'laitin'f \ St-phen I IJ.imeilr.nb.:, .':tl.| !Plaintiff v I P.oie.lane \ I .
year if they follow proven onto lightly greased the profession maintenance I L .. Bv MjitVT I i"" I t. :, (11! POTTEKYPOTTFD
spoonfuls Hird-.ill I' !t''militNotice Ilr.h..i. I' 6-nd.In1( | : ; .
and practices of production. He baking sheet. Bake in hot oven high ethical standard, and the op I '.tr N., 1931: 1' C-e \". Slit! ; I ".Iii-, r.l'1 "I i, i ''d i J \ i i\ are natn'ii'.'-1

oferf'cthe..e\ suggestions tc 150; Fahrenheit for 1" portunity for service to the public Tiipear., : .ll.-r T. \ |'|'"'' r.Tu' <1 .. \ i : \ .mi' a"MI rN: .
degrees To
St.-t.h. n I. r.ird-ill. wi.ereldcll flu.I..Ttne tlr.ivbe.il.; whose
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growers. minutes. j jHue's j offered through the local board e I'i "'"It'>!1 SireAn- :'residence i iTarver.. North Carolina \OMIK OF . ,11 i i, .,?'.
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Apply 1.000 to 1.600 pounds or I flavorsome bread Short talks were also made by EV. Lllnl. N't a V'.rk :, You aie heivbv notified that a 'I' ... .1'' .,.1.lrt Fi.WFI( \\ I RA
a your You are hrrrhy n'tifi..I'h.H a "lit | .suit fur Pivorce ha.been fildaK.iint 1I"HM+ : ,
3-8-8, 3-8-10'or 3-9-9 fertilizer p 'r family will like. You'll need 2 \ Hayes: of Staike and Col. fur Divorce, oar, .'u"tod>. and control '| YOU in the abov named Nutter i. le .," 1 'f'\ .N'llh'lltinna : +
be- I George W. Hulvey of Green ColeSprings. of minor .children support for Com and cause and you are rev &' Mlt.-hell. Ih. .
acre- two thirdof\ it at or 1 -:1. I',
of :
shortening. cup
tablespoons .. .
1 children and other relief has been quir.-d to serve a copy of your an- ing I :; St ;larks
fore transplanting\ and the remainder honey 1 egg: : 1 1-2 tablespoon! filed against you in the abnv named : -\\'.,r ..r pleadine r.. the complaint till.-ate-t fur a n : ., : .- "!",
about >weeks after Court and cause and.u are required on the Plainllff'tt..rll"r*. -n.' -d thtreon. i ,; ,
rind 3-4 I
grated\ orange cup orange 1IIIn; 10 \riT.\u: to I transplanting. The lighter the !soil juice, 2 1-2 cups flour. 2 1-2 teaspoons i 'In irrilit ('ourl. Itrailluril (" "1111). I swer or pleading to the complainton Jr. lrt.1:! T.aw Kxchange PiiildinK. -. "ipiioti' of | | '

the heavier the fertilization. Apply baking powder. }.2 teaspoon ( 1'1"1'101 ; I.. 4 hit 101'1') the Plaintiffs ,\ltorn.' '. Hay Sel- Jacksonville, Florida and file the namein st hi. \ .' .
.ll.ii..Id :Swan I'l.iintirf.; vs :M.iiKliretlitfentl.inl. len, Selden HuildinI".t..na original i I in the office of the Clerkof .1 follow -: i
fertilizer in bands three inches I soda 1-2 teaspoon salt, and :" ,\ an. Case Xo v!9 il;: j jI I Reach Florida and file the original tinciiciut Court on or before'tin Ce ttifi." -.t \o. 1.Ill \ Men's Clothing

from plants on each side of row 3-1 of chopped nuts. Cream I I Nullee '1'o tpprnr.| 1 in the off ii'tof the clerk of theCircuit :_!;.tli day of February.' |II!i,12.olheixvii lie. 1 \ r> I\I ALVAREZ' STORE Established IS94 I1II
cup i: To :\lar'a..t Sxxan, anusr'.-i-tI ii ''I Court on or before the Irddav I I the allegationof -aidInmplartit TI. ", ii'tlon i i : 1\\ I II
and about two inclifbflow crown !I honey and fat. add beaten egg, add I i ib J err ,i-: r o :Morgan Hall. S.-inni.iiy of 1Iar.l1l5! : : otherwise the will .be taken a. cmife. xi J.I:' of x\\i i

of plants. '1 orange rind.\ Sift dry ingredient Street, \llbllln., New York I allegations of said Complaint willbl' | .-"ed bv you. Town-lni. .. |,' >' <, 1: I : i i i ii ---,.
1 Volt '.. 'ontainn! !g 1 ; t '
a" hereb.V notified that aSint taken as confessed by you. Thinotice shall be publihedonce .
Space plant: from 20 to 2fc ;, and add\ alternately with orange lot iHVorie, h.l.been filed This notice shall be published each week for four con.eciitlVe Name: \ inv hi ) I I ISi

Inches! using more fertilizer when juice to honey and fat mixture ;tl'aill..t yon ill the above named once each week for four consecutive Weekin the P.radfold county .I lib' X
Coin and! iaii-e and '.. weeks in the nradford TelegraphIVtteil .\11 of said' i
you are County Tele
dose spacing is practiced.If I Add chopped nuts. Bake in lightly Itnr.-d t.. -. rve a "I'I'r'of your answer graph. : Hit- 24lh dayof' .}anu.ry. li YaMeiia'l.R. B ALVAREZ & SON TIUXSFE.I; AND,
!, greased\ pan at 325 degrees for 7C 01 I |it.idinK| to the ciiiiilamlm | Dated this 24th daf" January I 110IOFFICIU 1 -.; -. I I'M---! "in'h, i t STORAGE ( 0.
illff'stf'lwith\ root-knot cat.- -b ill b.
soil is i
1 the Plaintiff'Attorney.. HaySehlen 19.12OFFlCtAT:!. ( + SRAI. \.T Thomas
nematodes fumigate with row application -j II minutes. Serve hot and buttered Seblen I in i Klin i K. Daytona ( SEAT.) A J Thomas, I,! "Clerk of the Circuit, Court Coiintx ,.f : ',. t I Ilaw
i cold!, or any other way. Its good. I.ad': Florida and file the original Clerk of the Circuit Court. I P.v Mvrtle. .' Heaver. Deputy Clerk the prop i icertificate l .
of DD or EDB three or in.fhr offh-e of the By Myrtle T. 2.1: or i : 1 > J .
Clerk of the I Heaver. Deputy Crk 1 ; Jt 2 1 11NOI "
Finally a delicious custard. Ingredients sold to tht : t
four weeks before transplanting.A11EN11ON I M'ir.uit Court ..n nr before the :t itday : 2 1 4t 2 22 1 I | "
include 1-2 cup of breadcrumbs I of :Man-h. 19,2! : ; otherwise the I II court hon-i i 1 operate
:s R. 8. Al\'ARU "SOII
\ I INOTICI in: 'io jtrrnut dnIn month : >
rolled and sifted 1 cup [ allegation-be taken a- -onfefsed said Complaint by will I II I In rirrnK Court Mrnilfiird C niiitr., is the Trd ,1.1\ -- ,,. suwf.ftA | *: long distance
I sugar. 1-1 cup melted butter 2 This n..n.hall be publishedoine : TOrrr.K I IIn I'birl.lii : In 4'hanrrry.1'i.rdie Hated tlr- 1 1 I MOVING f an) \\herr In I S

I ta.h w.ft.k for four consecutiveWeek Circuit Court, Bradford County, ( n.-r-tr.--t. 1'L' ntttff, v- IIM 1952.OFFI'I! ; StJ I 1OCM. ttWVU*, .
egg yolks juice and grated rind of : IIV.I-M.et. l >,'foctant
III tht IVadford ('''llIIh'. Telei I'lorldat In C hnnoery.Shirley | ( \T. ': OJss
1 lemon. 1-2 teaspoons of mace, 1-4 i graph Ann Iu-sell. Pl-nntiff.: v- I, CaN... s'iNotice -;-: CI"rk..f I : c EXCF.IXEM
.1 I atnl ibi- 2Mh day of January. CharleIletirv Kii: <-..11. defendant: Tpprar.. ford '..
salt, 2 C'
teaspoon '
cups T. II :M Ovel-lnet.. Vllluse le1den -
1": :! 'I j i'a-o No NCMI \iNOIII
cheese 3 tablespoons flour 1-2 cup:: !l (Ii OFKICI; : 1.\1. SRAI. .\ .1, Thomas I >0'1.-e To .\ ,.p..nr. j ,- irnknoii n. i STOIUlJllI.ITIE-

milk. 1-2 2 j I'bik of the I'Ir.nit t'ourt.IlIIi' j To: Charb'- Meiitx Uu--ell. w ho-e You are hlrphnotiff..d that a'lit I
If You Have i cup whipping cream I I lv! :. T 1 I'e.u.i. lii-piitv, Clerk residence!' is. 411 Xorih Smith Street. I -' for hivorce; and rtrrrmtio,I, In Circuit I .. :
egg'hitl's., and 1-3 cup chopped M! :2.1 1 4t 2! 2'2 .Charlotte, N" I'I of maiden name has been filed, I I'liiriilu : In t .\( &
nuts. | You are herebynotifd" : that a against you in the above named' .
lib-nil.i 1 P.
\ l i !
PINE OR CYPRESS NOI( i : -inri'ivit suit for Divorce has been filed' Court and cause and you are required : ,i. hr, "! "" ', i l Acents For -
Combine bread crumbs 1-2 cup: ,In Irt-nil Court llniilliiril oinit.>t\,\ against you in the above named' I to serve a copy of y.ur. ,

TIMBER TO SELL of sugar, and butter, and use tc 'I I'bridat In I liti m-erj I'Court and cause and you are required answer or pleading tn the sew Notice '1'.. \ DEL'IIERBROS.
llollis 11"1'. Plaintiff; v-. IionaS i to serve a copy of your answer ;plaint on the Plaintiff* \ ""rn.-v' T I : ". Ii., See firs "
line buUl'rt"lbaking\ dish. Beat : : us !
Tilt k> I. Itt-ft ndant I or pleading to the complaint on the I F. K. Perryman. :Si.nl h. Floi .1 1, i ,,____
Large or Small Tracts egg yolks with remaining sugar,, I Case No. s9o! l i PlaintiffAttorneys, Carlton & jand file the oriRin! in ;ttn..ffu I, ., ,,.' I
Nulii-e 'I'ii| \iiear.| | I| frown, 209 Law Kxchange Build- the Circuit Court "M ," b..r.n.t tin .
add }lemon juice and rind mace i l ":!rot day of : ., -
To: hon.i I S. Tinker, wig'I I i.-i- II ing. Jacksonville. Florida and file tang | -J t in-i tu "
We Buy All and\ salt Mix cottage cheese, flour il< II.e I- Hi !It'lli. (leorplaYou the original in the office ,>t* the 'the. allegation- ?|( -."" '''mpll' | i Let -
I Irlerk of the Circuit Court be- | will be taken ..,, ", ,.
add an h"I'.IIllOtin..iI. that a i on or a- mThis "| ;Lt 1.
and milk then to
preceding suit!' for I >iioi'.thas )been filedaEilillM I fore the ISth day of February 1932: : notice shall h.,> ni.i-li..d! ) .,r
PAY TOP PRICES mixture and\ mix: thoioughly and!" tell ill the above named I otherwise the allegation- ofaid each week for four' ..I,i-,>, m Wash Your ProfitCombination

sieve Add whipped cream and Court and rails' and. you are ietiuired '| Complaint will I.- taken as confesed -- weeks in the nridf..t.1 I't, <.- T.] ,
e I.. -t-ivt n ..J', of \oin ..111xver by "11. < graph
stiffly beaten egg whites and pourj ot (rb-adiMK t.. the oinpl.iinl :1 This!! notice shalt he published !j Hated I t tin- 2-th, .1." i i In'1 : i For L'M'JFiiiMg '/
j j into baking dish. Place dish irI on the Plaintiffttorntx, ; 7.\i'\\i, M ;! once each week for f.nir consecutive 1'1.2.IIFFT''I' : .
Write or Call Hoiiul.t-",:, l.vn.h I ISuildliiK: JHI, k- I\veeks in the nradford''eunty T-Me.
I of hot water and bake at 32:* I I \I. ;SKU.l:: A J Th.-
pan : I'on'illo'I".itla., and file the '11'10- graph. / and Proti\ti"n
\ C1.r1!, oflid, /
degiees for an hour. Serve cold al! in ml h. "I'll. "I Ih-. Clerk of the Dated tin- 1 lil; di\' ..f Jtn'in\ i I. r. C.nii'' I
I \ :Mxitl. T 1''a\'I', fi' "
119,2. epiitv I'b' l 1.
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I : rcl I :
''ii.; ill( C'"I' 'e' 1 1. f..r. tho : I
B1THOMASLUMBER with whipped cream or crushed day of :M.i I- I Ii., I'1'.1 othilWI-t, the i (OFFICIU srIA J Thomas, : :21! I 11 J -'_ FREE fertilizers Pesticides

strawberries.: .ilb-watioii-' ,.,' -iid" "" I'l' n : mill 1 Clerk 1 ..f tli.! Circuit Ciurt I

I IM tih''t1, H'', "I I i x ". 1' P.v. Myrtle T. Da\ cr. h-nu'v''I|.>rk i \OTIf. TU %I'i'I: \ If Temple \,'e. I I! WILSON & TOOMERI I /( ;
nill-ht'il I 34'! .. '
j Tinl l J' 111 4' : I. Circuit ( .rt. )lrailf rd ( nasty.
epee r- n'elltig i .' I I Florida: In fha.errr.halt.l.rni..1.1111.n. I
jI Use 7 1-2 gallons of EDB or 1C xx... uniy T.I.- '\1$11T TO .llMTtlt I : I'M; 1 i I FERTILIZER COMPANYand
PHONE 211JP. I .. ,
r 'In CMrniit ('", ut. itrndrer.1 C..oot,,,1| Coy \ Elli- ". 1'.1' i,,,1'1"! Dit'ialonFLORIDAAGRICULTURAL
gallons of DD per acre and place: of .1.1111I.11' .
0 Box 735 ::1'101'1.1.1\, ( li.-inef r". '\ : )
the material six to nine inches I I IiI.| n\V 1I'If"oll.I"IJ.lr. PUmtiff. S- I I \nllce TT. .. .\ p""r. / SUPPLY COMPANY
STARKE, FLA. !| .1'i'1'I.'I\t. -I. M > \ .t I Th.-in i- 1.1": i II.IIn' ''nd.ILr, Drfrndtntgas. ... i'v i iii.-: "" II', !1dem 1- ,
below the surfaiv and ro\er h '. I, I ., "d. I'.1' ,"; Mo S;*q.>;;, i, e ,I- 1'llknow I] : Dry t.t. t CII. Ilelle. Illr r'n. ., .

immediately attn i plac.el+Ieitt II : I' I ." : Niilii'e Tppr.ir.. I! Yoll air h.,1! "ilt: 'I, I
1 '1 P. I MII, llelnmndollar wh.'sI [ suit for Pii i .. .. II Mini '' I

I .,- d.I I ,in.l :-iddre-s i c t'nknown i I again-l iti. ..1 I Mi. ,\ n ,iim-d:I'
,I V. .v 1 i h,'r.'hy n'Uffled hat a i Com't and I.HIu ,,1 I \ i I" .i.iin- \ Sultl III/
'I -u i f. 1Yv.'rr.. has been filed I ed to -...1'.P: | ,.,,- \ ",,]I' .IMMX..I', ," !
i I .. In New !
l I..IIM"U: in the above named or pleading to th. IIM'"
..v't, .iid I cause: and you are re- i 'he "I'l.iiniiff-\' \t t. 'II"i \ / h II"I I
.1] I"' .->'1'.1 copy of your :an- I Potiul.tlie.. 1.\I M. I h., I l-i:".; .1..1 K I
s. ., ", pi. ,1Jln : '.. the .Complaint onl I 'I :!
-OIlMll. Flolld.l end 1 I'1. 'I h,"' ollu:
'I l 1 I"i MI ff..IItitt'.A I Thom mal in' tin- .efflr.,. of| the I':.1 k..1 M-, CARL JOHNS
UNLAWFULFor i -t r ell... Florid! and file the ('iI"'II" Com on ,.i. i,,.fortin .I i
IT IS i n the "ffi'-e of the Clerk" | d.n' ..f :M.H.II, h''". othfi\\t-" M I .
I I. c'nr.11:" it ',"r' un or before ,lib i I.Itl..n-.I i -ud''e'nnlhtt i l w I'I ': : The %
h i,i. I MI| div ..f F..ruary.. ., !l'I..2 t iki\ II 1 l- >'il., --..d) bx \ ,.il I
,.th. t' tx'-' thi' d f."o..i"ns 'f -aid. '
Th'n..t .'.> .h nll be, ,
anpht en1 v 1 11! '..- .iken a, ," nT1 publi-h. !I !
I h.-see .... '. 1 >n .' i I b, ii >"..!. f"r f mron, .-e' '1', '. Starke Fla. I'HONr l I I I.J

!, .. 'h ; he piblh d I I
v .. .i. ..;\ f r :'iur' eonso.-n'ive' -
w.i I I- .. 1 CII' H (''''III'\' T.I'nated !6. Stomach DistressIs

Any Person Persons to Engage in grapni
or i 111-" tin- lltt .i.v ,f Ti-' i-x Gone After Ten

IOFF1CIM Clerk SEAT.if the. A.Circuit! J Th'mi-Cnur'By ,' '' Years of Suffering :Now iuddei'

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Myrtle. T. D'>;l\'- r. Deputy clerk you can

1 IK 1 ; I' : '-i On.' HMJ: tc. ntV'! slattha\ : A 0

: 'OTH'I: 'I'nI'I'e..'nI i for 10/) \ iuhe \\ .IS troublt'il \\iil, -

In rirruit ('....n. Jlrnrfforil (-..Bty.,
.stoiti.ti: h di-iti'-s! and(| was \voik

The Name Is Registered I :riari.ln; :?:In inr'-ne: riinnrfrf.Marvin KarnlKiritt.. Pluntifx fl'1t'orn nut. .4 nil! uriiblv i in1

1 I'- l.tiil'l'i'ihar.lt: '':1s.Off. ..N..,.lit". I.I I..i iI down and hi- hail tiu-tl ni.in\: t i"ifines > ear 1T llllCfol.1 1x yourself !

I Notice T. .\ pprar.j but with m> cftett Ft. > ', '

'j'j' Ti' T..nn t. i.ash irdt. wh >".- ly he started taking IN'XFRTOXIa : ): l :
j dense i is Salivlmr. N C
I and says after only t I.\ ? i I You are hereby notified th t'
suit for Divorce has been fi,:>.I.1I started feeling !better :-' \5\1'111 "
I I against you in t'l..hove nani,I regular headaches ate ami. and' h i; (ii'l( the ( ( f.nls .mil fi im-- (lie "1hu0' lo" n \\airr l
''Court ant cause! ant you are re.
I eats sleeps and f -d- tin-: in I .
quired to serve a copy nf your" answer < n' .

Read This Florida Law the or Plaintiffs pleading t. the complaint, ''is an altogether dineifiit 11:11: 1 ,. ',. J HIS I loll I I I "jIIJ \' | )HMJ. |I1 I .."..list| | ,1: i ''I }.r', ,. ''I I i'', '
on AttiirnryEva .
II '1'. Evans and Seal D Evans Jr. 103,;; j IN\ER-TONE is the tu-\\' forn.ul.' _4:?* !W.,..-1- t1' ,, 61..1. tJ>"l', '" ttl'P- .r.. I ".1' .

Law Exchange Building, Jacksonvile iof! juices! from nature's plaits! com: ". I I"i ,'I'" MI' [1.1 I"I'd'| I I' I I 'I IH"III S '
Florida and file the originalin I
i bined with blood : IR(>:N .. .1':'. f M I. .. f i ,
"It shall be unlawful for and person or persons as defined herein, to I the office of the Clerk of the Cir buihlmj J anti 'i I.' 'U
cult Court on nrh..fureth... 1 Kth I I. \ and nerve strength.MIL: VITA dollars i, \ .- :': )I' >' I".I.It !

engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined of Feliruarj.of aid 1 !I;5*. ntherwi it" i']: MISS B-l B-2 and B h It ha:i_ ... __ t 'lJ"1" i L :
legations Complaint wIt: h f
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the 1 taken as confessed by you. relieved manP'"pl" -vho }n: t ,t/ iPf 1NE' 1. 111 Ihlinoon" ;

of businessis This" notice shall be puhllsh"d:! never been really It..l[p..d li.-foro h\ / 1 (." I I' 'II I td!,, ,I',, .' 'I, : I" ) ).,,,\ I
clerk of the circuit court of the county here the principal place i once each week for four consecutiv' ."..:.::..= .: .
: b... f- -- -- =:::. .:.-'=--; 't'i', I. 111171',
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph i any medicine Taken .h..rtly| ; II. i .nxini i ii._ i J n i' i"I il I I II

with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit fore meals it mixes with your fix I : = -.:; ',"rui.'1, -i HI. i onip.iriMins Shut; l tenon You'll. \It-irn vvl 1 "I'* '
i Datiii 'in- I i"th 4 .f ..itm ''t'' ''. d'w 'r. .._ :: ,
-. b ,. I 'III) ',' ) ,." e.dd. .,
of I 1),1. (I.
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names and ants digestinn thus i Inn ice- :; .... "..'.:.I .I .y. rit'v 1 Ill
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas' natmg i;. '
all those interested in the business the extent of the interest i
enterprise Clerk of the Circuit Court tK = ,.;:, f, ,
Py :Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clan! !;t) on xiiu-rmg'' t Get INNER: ( ):N1 : : -

of each and the fictitious name under which said business:; :' is carried 1 H I I' J at KOt'H '(l'lIg -t', >,,0',1\ -

I on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto olin: TO .tppnmIn ]

Cirrntl Court. llradford: ( DO D.I :
Cant r. fJlltv
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or T'I..rl.Ja: In fhnnrcrr.Dnnnutrlt .r1fjuwrlble2 : :

I \!II< acid! (irf !I": I' .
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four i M.irv: .\"nd"I.! '.r.\, i", .

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( I ) clln..N.utin.l'l'ks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county I 'ell4'( To Appear. 1WDLLD '(

where said registration i is to be made, and'said registration shall not he ..dense Tsi.tamV: is I'n'I".tm'ul.l1r': l l uh ,"!:, r s.-

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receding proof of I lyn New TorK
I You are hert-iv! notified 'hr: t
such publication. suit fir !>i\ur. ., -.ir" ,.u-. .ni\ ""
:t' mt! : 'i'[ ,"f r.t: r hildr.'n r I ..

I ..tin r r. l.tf IM. b,.,-tt f ..
aeam'-t: v..n 1 In :ibo\t. rur" I
Court and .oau.e ml you are r

\ If you are engaged in business under any name qu.red..u.r: .IT t.'plradi'ts serve :a: ;''I[>)>'the of o't't your a-. ..

i th,' f'I.tn'Iftt '...r'trvY :
i t M "rir.i" IDT .i-k \,, :.! .
!II k- .n\" .:I-! :2!. Fl:,.,' 'i ..."..! ,i.i i.

i I other than your own, and have not had this name ..'"' 't:,l t.o i[i',\ n, :'..Mil-'F.I.' I..' ...'. .,.f|I"rl.!','I J:e.f. ,.-". '

S ,
e: -aid

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advertised and will be r .' 'u.... 1 1 > .
properly registered we ., ..:, I, ,

."' .,. \ I t: .01'! OWN PROPERTY I ? 2; ./. .rl

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glad to give you all necessary information as to 'rr4'I: ""Jerk./\t. Fr.\.1 f 'he I\", r.J.'uit""'P''Tn' ''If\; )H so, you need Windstormk

I !;>- ilyrt'.e T r>-i.fr. p.'puty f fie k
Cost low. We'nfurnish
1 21 f :: 1 is

I what should do.BRADFORD NOTICE: _TO U'l'EAU estimate.
you ,I lii Ftrl Clrrult
i( Barbara N..larr. Plaintiff! vc Fr- !
1 Xevarr Pefendant '"ae .Ni. <''!
i i 'etk' T. Appear. Charley E. Johns NOW ON DISPLAY

T> Frc-1 NVvarr al' .. '. : r
Khrt-nffH. Penni -' :.1. Agency
COUNTY TELEGRAPH -re'lereby, n f d I h.i] \ -'.

and '. ''M-"i\ : Ph'ne IS ST\KKK:, FLAL"
<-nfrol, ,.f mr ,r : Hh.. n fi J. P. Roberts Motors
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