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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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It Took Miles Of Red Tape 1 USO Today 24 Now Entered



And A Special Act Of Congress Farmers MarketBrooker
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; Y"'II.g high school i >1it;,'. ; ti -.-

1 1t. ftnii 1:11": Florida nuntie- '.\il! '

It took two and a half years of paitiiipaU- today III th.- Arne! \li. n

unravelling red tape and a special will have its own -late th.. g'uW'-rs1 howpto i purchase Legion Oratorical contest for di-. 'In I

act of Congre to get her here market platform in time if every I a site for the mal k. t and deed it' tril t tour which will he !-rd.j. ir County Race

from Germany-but Sonja Loh I t. |; thing goes according to present to the State. the rso building

mann, attractive blonde fiancee of plan' for the spring vegetabledeal With this encouragement from W T Coram Jr ihaunian

John Anderson finally arrived in J m that industrious hog-and- Mayo, the Brooker growers swung states that contestants are from -

Starke last Thursday. The marriage 1 hommy section of West Bradford into action over the weekend and Citrus Marion and Bradford Qualifying DeadlineIs

of the youug couple took County raised S2.600 to purchase approximately ,Counties They will compete t* .-

place at noon Tuesday in the With everything clicking at almost 14 acres of land from Mai ,determine who will represent di- Saturday : -s }H f., i ii ,

Methodist parsonage with the unbelievable speed, the drive colm Lewis lying between the tnct four in the area tournament 'I. .', ., un.bfi: l lr

pastor Rev. T. G. Mitchell. offi for a state mal ket at Brooker. begun I railroad station and Barry's residence -I next week. District Four is made :I NoonWith ij i 1- r l'rt.\ .. ,

ciating. only a few weeks ago. has The land was deeded tC I up of Bradford. Union LeGil.- \ \ --1'l' V !

Sonja and John met while he ... been crowned with success and the State Monday. I Christ Marion. Alachua anc1 only a few hours left r rw .... ."

was serving with the Air Lift in actual construction is expected tc It is believed that the platform. Citrus i ountiesJ"ld fore the Saturday noon deadline I \ \ dlt'c'

begin next week. can be completed in four weeks ( ". for qualifying candidate in ne '. h"I': ..
Germany. After his return to the ] Sit!\ rand Bionze medals- .

States he began the long series of I .* 4v' For several years growers in time enough to take care of the will h. [pitsenteil' to' the three !I May primaries. a total of 24 hat! i ",: \ j m > i'K

efforts necessary to get her to that section have been loadingth.'lr Brooker section's bumper:>> crop of I' highe-t! i- ( }hos.'n by the judges I yesterday paid:: their fees in Bradford I1. \P' .ii: an r > s

this country in the face of immigration produce from the railroad I Irish potatoes from an estimated I County for the privilege or.seekii'S i' i Si li.N.l ;Sup< it- ..

restrictions and other '*llb1IA.4 platform but :space and other :300 acres. Beans corn and other one of the 11 offices to btj I I.), i r i H/ I'o in

stumbling blocks. 9' }. facilities were not entirely satisfactory crops will be handled there this Softball League j'determined on the May 6 ballot 1 i 'ot.i'' Com p...,..

G. .: and the farmers considered season. As things now stand it look.like .-' 'I, 'JI'/I"'I'!? .f I C )
I'rev.i '
As for Sonja's reaction to thi* :
1'olaroUl i Minut, l'h,01.. I It Ih' it imposing on good nature to use Wm L.il"on. dil ector. and R ; a relatively quiet pre-election .-'-. S : (' '!ItrIti [.\ ('111111 sMol'i; .
loves it! Especiallythe '
country-she .
'f..I.-It'a"h B. Alvarez assistant dnectoi of period with contests up to yesterday -, I" 'i.:i besr: ha
load L Is W
warm climate of Florida (far' the railroad's platform to Set To GoTh |bllil I V: ,
Sonja is pictured abmt as truck shipments. Several weeks: State Markets, met with Sen. Charley in only four of the six maJor': F i i. .I N Ir HA
different from the winters in North I I.i I I.::
she enjoys one of her many Brooker growers got together E. Johns, Rep Doyle E. Conner i courthouse races. ,
Germany) and the string bean ago .
new t'Xll"ril"lIC't'-I't-ailing the and the Erooker l last Most sought-after political post ''I i I''j'j' : '
i ( of I growers .
In fact, she is delighted with all and appealed to Commissioner I 11' ''.t[ double-header of the in the I ., iumr issi.'i ,
is for .
Constable District '
111"\\"'paller comics. Friday to complete arrangement- 19:.:!! county mi hem! M I O
Agriculture Nathan Mayo for help HudtoKi County Softball I Han-I!
the fresh vegetables since they: 1 One. where incumbent J. LSilcox _ _ !F<.lt S. !
for construction of the nt'plat. inul!
that market at L Leajru. will be Boar, III-I
They argued a played i t .
are available in her part of Gel"many Thursday ,
was expected to arrive in Dt'cenlber. has three running mates: | !"h. nt J
form. i K:
would not only that i night. April 3 The BI'o\\.1.i
Brooker serve first be-
few mouths out of game
only a But red tape being what it J. S. Eunice, Milton D. Carter and For
Sihool
the immediate area but would draw In announcing his favorable de twen Alvarez and Blanding wil!! j. I'1! Boarii I'NI
year. herself tc .
is, she considers lucky said D. B. Thomas. !iinibeni, Hazel
cision. Commissioner Mayo : .
Crosl
from the potatogrowingLaCrosse begin promply at 7:30 y
produce : Th.'
p.m
Sonja also likes the people she be here even now. ; about $7.50C) | Only one County Commis-sioo-1 ( .. For School
section in Alachua "We can put only .second between .11I1111..11I. It-u \\ ;t.. o.loitlilrs'iI Boar, i, iMst t
has met since her arrival here, am Ii! As for ever returning to Germany !' game Humphreys' Post has developed into a contest tlN\ .. i iinibeni L i
but [ T.
this starter
into shed as llf
County, and also possibly from tin? as a Gold and th. National Guard will I Us stallsjKipers John-
is impressed with their friendli 1. ? At the moment she isn't I will I no far. In District Three incumbent \ 111 For
business warrants it. enlarge \ connectionith )
Worthington area. begin at 900.: Admission Ilk Suprevisor .
ness. She speaks good English, interested In Germany it wouU* : charge Ira Wilson announced this hill for W. Regis': < .
from time to time as we have al!! will be lOc I II | reelection.ly M. Edwards
which she learned in preparationfor be hard to find a meal as satisfying Convinced of the need and the L the other markets." II I per person for anyone I week that he had reconsidered
over 12 and those For
coming to this country. as the lunch she ordered in a loca! necessity for quick action under 12 will be i and would be a candidate for re i I Constable I 1st 1
CornS I Rep Conner said that when the j admitted free. The I : quallt It'd tor the post. bent J. L.
President Truman signed the restaurant the other day: mashed League decided election dup to the urging I' Sileo:(, .i l S Kuim.- .
missioner Mayo dug down new platform is completed, it i isj I to play a double-header itl ofj! The slate of candidates who had! I B Thomas. '

special act permitting Sonja tc potatoes. two fried eggs string "emergency" fund and came up I his belief that Bradford will bl'l) Thursday lyon I friends J Maurice Edwards. Jr ;| qualified up until noon Thursday Milton D Caitc, t ,
nights until For
enter the U S. last July, and she beans, and a strawberry soda! with $7.500 for the construction 01. the only county in Florida with I out. s heol i i-- I anll H A Bishop Jr had previous. was; as follows: Count, \ Suicym ,i ',

I "Ilt hat! \' Aiith-. ... ...... .
I a 40x70 platform It was up t..&. I two Stale FftrnieiMik'ts: | The Officials "

New Berry Variety DevelopedAt meeting elected Mond-iy at the.iignt organization I Still No Word% Green Named

I were Ralph Bassett Pre-Kient. idChaili Committee Red Cross
Plant City Highly Praised i Billy MatthewsTo Berry Shipments ,- Parker, Secretai \ -Trea.surer :" Heads Total

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The only teams in the I On Sparks ResignsThe

A new variety of strawberry, 90 Special" and sent crates so Here To Riser league to date are Alvarez. Bland Camp Blanding Bradford Near $1,500

bred and perfected by Dr. A. Nelson marked to outlets in the north Speak Expected tug, Humphreys Gold and Xati >n:11Guard County Childromnuttee t nn'Mrs. ,

Brooks at the Springhead experiment Handlers there soon recogmz< J I Itas pointed out that i The stat u- of Camp Blandin met Monday:: at th
I Thomas
station near Plant City : there was something special about the league is still open to tean-y i construction work still remained Rest aura lit. The busines.- "If Red ('o uss i out liiii1 ,
I Billy Matthews candidate fu;;;r Bi ad ford l'OUIJI.strawberl. ic-- included the i 'i.''
resignation of S. tunic
Li causing a lot of interest in the No 90 also, and began beggingfor who show a decided interest trpaiticipale I a mystery this week. Col. Smedly. E to come III at a
I
I Congress from the new Eighth Dis hit the road back this} week .: ic1 i Sparks from the chai.-manship of Bradford --ti.ni\ t '
East Hillsborough section and may more. : Please contact the ;; executive officer with the District County .
I itnct IlrlH'k, movements tc' 'thl' should .
I will speak at the oourthoust e ic expected t Committee due to i
also merit the attention of Brad Quick-freezing Piesulent:: or Sec-Tieas. if inter I Army Engineers in Jacksonville a techm reach its 12500 '
processors at |I in Starke Saturday afternoon I. begin at the State Fa rPlersIarkt'l: ralitv in the Commission setu1b ins. goal Inn! i :,.
ford County- growers. I Plant City also like No 90 <-trd. told the Telegraph that county chairman., ,
I report. March 1:1. at :2 oclock Everyoin.- today t\ Ith the return of gceather. : yesterday which makes Welfare members and '.lId l I ..
day
According to an article in the ing that they handle- better, ale. is invited to attend. w ben irs an improving n, The Li-ague would like to cn- : "We're ready to go ahead when oth,'r official membe.s after a total ..' fi 4s.; p.

Plant Citr Courier, the new variety -i more firm and the redness- ro rage any player who would like I I we get the word '. This mean.- 1 inehgibu I reported
MI'Iatthews is well-known 11 i quality daily and by next week for this office Mrs Lex .
Green This
na_ beep recognized by the through the'bel'ry makes a better to play softball but has not as yet I that plans and specification oni I figu; >11.! .t ,
this section having been coniuctecwith ii 1 should how 95 per cent U. s. NTr> v a-; elected to fill th HI i I'
state experiment station at Gainesville > pack. 'm.nril any team to contact the i the Blanding projects are conipleti vacancy ceipts innct. ,' .
the University of Florida foi r 1. medium to large in sIze. an'I ReT.. G Mitchell Wit ; elected tc ili\ "i. as the Flondan-90. because The tea i of their choice. and the I according I.! .\1.
; Courier states that grower : There a.-e I Engineers are awaiting I/.illl.. ,, ,
bri.'h in color I the office I
hi of
many years. In aar.oii cinz: > virepredent.
Mr
It was known In Dr. Brook! like the AhVPPPn "' all ..fr. Q-.jth -Hea..<. of .4 treasure
_Hjiv. yailety beeais3 of ; ; r fj'n, v .Wingn .
,
speaking aate here rl; states tnai. JJUliug the 'eek :Match o-l-i : a (.1' ""' '4 Rev, H"u,'" !"f:".. ''e" The Ji', '
records all along as No. 90-just apparent heavier yield. Equal pickings he has a lifelong familiarity will h ; total of 411 crates passed through, : teaFi.sAdams. j to in on e thai the \\ rk ni ty be .sincere Uwnksf the group for Mr to-house i> \\ ..,, s ci.;. I

a number I from advertised for bids. <'>11. \.1' .
and No. ,
Missionary 90 hi
rural Florida has worked as t L': the market at an average ot $7 11 I 2 pttrjc service and lrtpUlfle55.Mrs. 1329.24 : '
The Courier reports that No. 90 bushes show that the 90s produce I'' I A spokesman in the Department t : f/oiii, tin- Mark. I ..
laborer and farmer and workee per crate bringing growers a lef r Opposes Li'x Green, Mrs. E. K I tial "i
has already commanded top price? I II per cent more No 1 berries I I of the Army in Washington had I j I' area .nuJ' tut '1.11, .
turn of .
his way through the University oj!f f r' $2,932.47.Following Ferryman, and Mrs. W. R Moisen -.'e Thereflsa .
iIt the State Farmers Market in per quart than the Missionaryvariety. announced on Feb. 21 that "Based I area 111101"! i I tli>. M, ,
Florida. j is the record sa'e.s' ing on the committee to I. <
Vision
TurnpikeIn study
Plant City because of its distinctive Another point in No. 90'f' I price and on information presently available th.' problem of 'I of ;MIS dii M "J-. \-
I range daily aveiage on I 1 providing a detertion
appearance, its redthroughfruit favor: its berries are under the it i is believed that contracts for principal or Hmipt/ 'i S.II""I I
I
I berries here during the past week.DAIK : I Talk Here home invited Mr- Downing-1 .' ,, .
and the way it has been ltave.: ana therefore protected the construction of the utility in ox. "i! ui'.h!
: ; Crt%. Iln/t/ .\\1 g Knight to speak to the group. Mrs still
hailed in northern markets thii: I from rain, frost, and robins. Most Funeral Sunday Mar 6 10 .40-9 O 8.6-1 system, road -system the railroad Knight is on the board that I going oi i'i

year over the conventional Mis Missionary: berries are exposed at I! For A. H. Kelsey Mar. j 51; 560-9 ;")41 ..3foIar. A iemj:; '! spur, and the telephone and tele- the parental homes in Jacksonville govern i i St.tite''nlrlbUllllg! .' I II' Ii\t I
'
sionary. I maturity No. 90s are no haider :\ I S i 8.00-9.40( 8. IE evcutive t'laixhas railed for by r i graph building i at Blanding i wi!' and spoke briefly ; AU-,1, .o,,1, 'e-jt-1, "

About 15 acres of No. 90 berrieswere to gather. however grower say i i In Theressa Church :Mat 10 32 KOO.jO) 1111 ) 9.l!t. Alto Adam. candidate for Cover. i be awarded approximately March detention and parental concerning homes their She I, da Koch's [Diiigst! }H,.,, Jl.dl J .

planted in East Hillsborough I What of the future? This is what I i : .:\ ai I ''II 1 19'6 IO-Sit( 7,74 nor. in a speeh here last Saturday 10. 1952. a dvised that! Iviiii HI Power (V li.t'; Stool| | M II
a
County this year. And lat week. Dr. Brooks has told inquirers: No., Adam HenrY KHsex. 6:;, a ie.siI ", ". ,, after nooll : Col. Smedley ;said ye'tl"rday. home Iw 'oulltry Mrs j K Iietij.1.o| 110", ,
dent of Biadloid I.tr 1 111 ; 1111-; "II :5 lI ston IN) I.. rap' fur t the !! D
'I .
with prices on Missionaries already 90' I County toi th however, that S S.o'lott t I i. ,
plants grown by him or under The former Stat. Supreme Court even if the fund few child'en ?"

beginning to sag at Plant !I his direction will be pulled up thi j past 25; years, died in a Palatks I I If Chief Justice said that the mush- were received "today' it would have Sh.iit' hi-." i-oiinty would! pIoyteol, Ml,. ,1'.1| Mt'

City pickings of the No. 90 Hospital last Friday alter a briel f Farm Bureau I I $! > a week i x- the $20.17. Ru-hard, ,, ,, i, ,
forced into a dormant F I i looming of some 60 appointiveboaids. require more than a month to ginprelimInary necessary j ,IO }II .
brought as high as; 35 1-2 cent illness. He was born in Kentuck) notice amount for fond. cloth Vt'all AKln,' v_ .
,
:! period by cold storage and later : Is Co-Sponsor lesponsible only to the to contractorsand i ng. and shelter for 11.111 i"
I Ion a i luld She
|vr pint I
The Courier that j the late Isaac and Ruth Snow Of Scholarships ('oiitints; oiild he not to mix the parental Maj. Robert R ,
reports the After a while. perhaps: two or I ;, away from the people lie charged aw I '
Kelsey. He' was retired and t< $]0.
alert a coa
Wishnatski buying organi- j three years. there be that the Barber Board ."
may enough the Milk ::: awa from the
: I shine operator for the Southerri J R Nell'inititv FVm But > term dett'ntu.1'1, I All .
zatlon was quick to recognize NO. I, nursery plants In that area to bo I Commission the Beverage Dt'ptand Baseball Training 1..nh'! :t1l.J ,',tll it captains ar rg..t| t t., i
90 berries earlier tins season. Theircolor I set out for East Hillsborough USH Railway Co.. was a member of tht" an President a nnou nl"- d tm? other simihar board hav .,-(1".1 some type (If bins to vepo.t. 11..o, .,,

is Christian Church. and the Stark week the appointment *vt V R Begins At BHS SOOn as bitHarrell
a deep red. and their,I It will probably bo considerably I "brought us the most disgustingsysti : p'est
Oddfellows Ferguson. FFA advisor as Bradford I
shape is longer than the couveu- longer that that before there are Lodge. : 'm the spoils system that First Game Mar. 22
tional I Surviving are his1 fe. Mrs County Scholarship Chairman Methodist Men
Missionary \'arit'ty."i*h'l j enough of the nt'w plants to reach any state was ever afflicted with I Named

uatski buyers labeled them "No Bradford County fit.Ids.I J Ollie Triest Kelsey of Theressa;: to handle applications! tor thr The candidate said he woulc" The familiar spring cr> of "Play To Hear Churchwell
I two daughters, Mrs. Dolly Lope. Florida Farm Bureau-Winn & Director Of StateCommissioner
: abolish such boards and distributetheir Ball brought 29 hopefuls to Bradford ) I

j'I and Mrs Florence Loper. both 01) Lovett $1000 college scholarship! duties among the elected'I '' High School's initial baseballworkout Th.' Rev W J Chiirchwi-11 .

BHS Band Readying For EntryIn Theressa; two sons Frank and," The award will go to on- boy an ii Cabinet officers. Since Cabinet Monday. of the Main Street Methodisti(pi.stor Group

I Joe Kelsey. also of Theressa: twc one girl in Florida who must be (>fficers usually succeed themselves I, Despite the loss of last year'Captain l hutch III Jacksonville will speak !!i I M I (C Hi,'i ell iJuiin." ",
District Meet March II brothers. Beryl Kelsey New Yoik FFA. FHA ot411 members tc'
22nd Adams said the people can hold' Harold Davis. Tornadr' to the Starke MethodiM. Meu'" Bradford Ci>11111\' ( '''01111'1'' ,

and Theodore Kelsey. Crawford- qualify t 1 them responsible for any impropei I j jactivity second baseman. pitcher Jack Fellowship on Monday. March 17 elected tn the bees, ti of .", .., .
\-ille. Ind.: and six sister! Mrs. Winners will be free to a'tend' 7:00 : .
The District Band Contest with will be the Hazen and outfielder Donald Ben at p.m. it was announced this of the Florida County ui I. .
following band I
41 members of the Bradford High : Sandra members I Dolly Roach, Mrs. Ruby McFar- any resident. accredited coHej" Adams reported his oppositionto nett. Coach J (' Hobbs was optimistic week b>' C II Nasworthy. pres I siotierA'... ( ::0.. ,t i fl... '01.I Iizatioooo 1
Jl\.nt.s. Nancy Hater !, they choose. The ; will I ,
II | land. Mrs. Rose Mortimer. Mrs. scholarship!
Schoo. Band participating, will beheld Mary R Stubbins. Joann Smith. I II a toll road and said that I if over the new recruits "It'? i idem of the group Rev ChurChI i -.r.t it; '11 S> <
be
administered the
Alberta by collegeselected. I
Saturday. March 22. I i! Bilhnger. all offoiville. Craw I I funds available too tell well a foFmer pastoi of the First I
at Robert I Jack Miller P. Lawson. Florence to the SlID were early to much" he said. tine la".k..
"in
"i
E Lee High School. Jacksonville |I| Ind Mrs. Opal Barker redistributed "but should have Methodist Church in Starke. hay I.
i Brown Frances Cahlwell on an equitable basi we a good team"The
Beverly ;!i of Tenn Kelly advised that anyone inter ; : Staltf'.tn' t C \1! ,
I | Marysville. and Mrs ; '"
returned
instead of Andrew there would recently from
Jackson be tc
I a trip
as previously Jo Crosby, Russell enough money ti r: following boy- reported for
reported according/ Cail James Horne Katherine: Kelly Crosby and, I II |. Lenoire Billinger. Frankfort, GerI ested may obtain an application I build U. S. 1 four-lane from Jack : Monday's practice: Catchers: Sid Cuba where he participated III the: was the in.iin ;p. ,-, at )., .
: blank from his office in the Brad
Roberts' director. i Martha[ Landrum, Clarinets Irvin \!I I many ..1 jonville to Miami. "If the people II I I ne> Jackson Connie 'lark. Vernon "Cuba for Christ United Evangelistic : tile, which '.\ ar' 01 I t 11',. il
I ; i Funeral services held in ford County Court House. AppHcationt (
The BHS Band is scheduled to 1[ Young Marsha Kay Hazen and. 1 1i were will be received bhe jf the State want a toll highway j rnderhill. Kenneth Tyus. Marian }Mission and will be hoa. .; l '".: oniini "III'i (i r.
the Theressa Christian Church :
perform at 8 a.m. for the judgingof i Linda Johns. flutes: John Simj :, Scholarship Chairman. ':sting millions of dollars, I wil! !' Harrington and Leiruel Williams with a great deal of interest by j I th. s-tit.
afternoon at 2 o'clock
Sunday with
its sight leading and required j mons. Kenneth Tyus, Ben North i I II II favor it Only after there has been Pltchf>rs: Delano Thomas, Larry I .
his ,
Rev Homer Swindell officiating I many friends in Stark-- .Sup) I Id!: I 'I' n. i
numbers and will join the massed i and T. J. Alderman, french hoinsi, I egislative action" Adams said. I j Van Al.stine. Arthur Winkler and! |
: : .
I Intermentas in the church ceinetery i Drive Continues : : p"r will be served! ;.1 i r' 'h- \1 i1 1 idist "> lIILi' I' 'E
I Ocie
marching band in the afternoonin Earl Norman. Frank Brown and I i He declared he did not like the. McGee. First Base: Billy
: under the direction of DeWitt Buck Second Base I recreation Fi ,i1':' it' ; ;, 'j'' H. ,, 1.1.1[
the 'Gator Bowl for the final Ann Johns; trombones: Sidneyi'Strickland. : i In 1 Lawtey Area fI jolicy of creating jobs and mainlining : Lyle Bud
I (
phase of the contest. All events !. Johnny M. New-some, I Ij Jon.sLegion t. at taxpayers' expense and Johnny Kopelousos. Third supper commit! "< ., ,n I I': '

will be completed: by 11 pm. and I j Delano Thomas. Levy Canova I j I For Phone Exchange ('ntire state agencies for the pri- j' Base: Jimmy Rowe, Wiley Cole,y W P. :S; p'\11. C'lftoi' ; Bri'Viii all'1! f fi t.'llll, 'I"! f''!. r .' <

the judges' awards should be made !I George Canova and Lex Green Jr. 'i Anniversary !11 nary purpose of paying off poUt :' and Tom Slade. Short Stop ',' .' "" 'I'
of the >
\\'all..Ir ihairman :
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soon after. i; trumpets or comets: Pat Si gJll i cal debts. : Paul Rivers. Benton Futch ai I'
1 Observed Post
By Council statethat
Bands that make the first di- |I Butkua. Charles Kirkland. Carolyn I Lawtey City Adams! declared that the State Dewayne Elder. Outfield: ArlMcRae ]--\

I j Edwards! and Eddie Dobson. i splendid progress i* being made on i ,'koad' Department now spending Randall Martin. Wa:. I tougla. Manage New Sunoco Station
vision, which is a superior rating, sa\:- John M Godwin Adjuta: t of residents of the rural j jome

will be i i opt.ones; Ted Edwards Eddy i iI Jones-Langfoid-White Post r>6.. signing up well :' s 70 million! dollars annually D ; Thomas MoorF.; ,
eligible to enter the State : area around Lawtey. as t issh
Meet I Moody and Johnny Kopelou-sos: : The American Legion of Starke : ould be under budgetary con Alvarez. Stanley Claik (jJ'. .
and BHS will be striving fort citizens of the town. for service' J
jbasse-; : Pat Kucera. oboe Margaret I
rating bands. ; was presented with a diamondstudded 1 the ex-1 I rol.He
together; with under proposed telephone Aspinwall. Tommy Gill. W i i
R Duncan bells and tym- said that if elected he would __ _.
last ,
I adjutant r4 _
from B-class schools from severalcities : past pin change. pI _
in the state. A-class 1 I I pani; Lloyd Grider. snare drum Tuesday night by A. J. Thorn i al- I c oncentrate the authority of the Rivers and Tom McClanClark. _
judgingwill i Twenty-five applicanthave
:: i: and Jerry Williams bass drum. *(tate in the cabinet and that hic Thomas. Alstine.VIi
Commander of the
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be held Friday. March 21. and ; gi'\n'I i ready been signed up in the rural lt) .
The
a limit of 1O) members has been'i.I all public is invited to attend Fourth District. as the highlight of j area. Mr. WaU stated and the out I ci IDly desire to become governor if Rowe. f"oieRivers.. Fu!. h ,' wi-Pip 'd
i events and there will
be
set for all participating bands. I II l j! admission a slight the American Legion Anniversary i of town canvass will be completed It o give the people of Florida good ta&all [..rtin wertj .
I charge to defray ex the local
staged by Post
Making the trip to Jacksonville penes. program : before efforts are concentrate d g:o\'ernllent: l last year
Also appearing the I I
on program
: within t h. where sign-up? The f'rsr: ;? tr.--: .'.--.11: be pitySatiird. :: -- .
No I was A. J Thomar. Sr. CharterPo I I' I
Advance Prices Herb Thomas -=t Commander. *ho ;gav: a i, as a part of the Santa Fe Tele-I Winners Named ; : Mar i;. 22 ... ", -

For Biblical Film On Rotary Program history o& the Post beginning with will be comparatively. | A.t Winkler OpeningP :Ztit_. Prl-0 :::..:. ,j

Now its organization in 1031.W. The exchange will be estabhsned' '
At Florida
Herb Thomas athletic director T Coram Jr. presented the phone Co. system. a non profit II ] i7.e .... :.ni.t-i- :it: th., open' n ofiVinkler McCarty Unable

"David and Bathslieba". playing at the State Prison. entertained Post with a Junior Legion Base mutual organization to bring !i < new electric servicetore : I ITo .
I Rotarian Wednesday .showing ball Album containing: all thenewspaper I Appear Here I 51 -
through Friday at the Florida ,. modern service to 2.500 js I m Stake I last Saturday were : '
phone a
films of the and
Theatre prison's cattle raisin i clippings C'turt'madle' ?
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having its first showingat I '
popular prices; according te project and also a film OK duck j of the local Junior Legion square mile area centered around 1st ptize Mrs Ida Mac Burne: The -peak.ng r :L t-; .

manager Ira Hams. I I shooting Teams since they were first sponsored Melrose. Il iotpoint Garbage Disposal i Dan McCarty. can l"f tr ', r -

This colorful Biblical story,,I In discussing the athletic pro in 1949. Coram also p resented Mr. Wall states that a check-up 2nd prize: Glen Pay Sanders.ressure nor scheduled for W...li.-! i .

starring Gregory Peck and Susan gram at the prison, Thomas saic" pictures of two Past Commanders meeting of those who have been I> cooker. afternoon in Starke, ".-as .ari' e, ,.,'

Hayward, has been playing at advanced it was proving to be a fine thing of the Po.>t and outlinedhis I conducting the customersurveywill 3rd prize: N. N. Thomas Mil- I because of the death of his m.. N.: :r .i I-M.i.: .
the I
prices throughout
ountry. Harris stated. The Florida for the inmates, and did not cost plan to secure and hang in be held in the Lawtey city hall hen desk lamp. i in Ft. Pierce earlier this w-ek i"V.Z', i- <.r-'n.an And Wilium :l

is glad to be able to presentthe the taxpayers anything since expenses : the Legion Hall pictures of all the Thursday night. March 20. LU1 Each person gi-terins at the It has not yet bew v "Af. < thr new Sunoco Servi'Station <>n T' I. ;n>- A.i- i
film here at regular admissior are paid from receipts of Past Post Commanders of the local interested persons are invited to [ s tore receive a bar of Castillej]1 I .when Mr McCarty Will Jv --., .--- .... ....huCi iu Ute |futili: tu smp u; l..;....blrf'/ -

prices the prison canteen fund. Post attend. s oap. I his appearance here t] f- given away at the formal opening of the -'-'tation March 2H-:!:!
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YOUR STEP AMERICA Lab Team Leads \ place as high man with an Iud i i. i M. C. Manning. hipl '

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS NEWS I iMdual average of 144. JoeII!<.. number spares to date. ce ,
Bowling Tournament .
j; Gees best i.w1ndlu! !, gtfHi ccr: Second best te.im E': ._
S: vice Dept with 6 morru
1 Lib T..amIt! ai anc : of 20P good ai II 1 F: I
The car! ; .1 '.', hi .. ti. \\',in1 i I.d.i .\ i\ ',.' >"iube.iiitnii! .ti.ni; 1 MIII tin.ht-1 into the l I. .1,1 ,m. Fix n'taiiHHl l best tnree-gar.ic! tot iSt! ----
an -, Club ih i" .M> 1 for this wt ..K .\ I r: .1 ft: '", _,II'H'tim! "t' HiKh.V, \ .'.>k n' II'1r1'iu.- i ;..!M Piii" ; Miin1! 4V2Fouin '.
.ettp ,,1 chain IT \\:11: b jneki 1 1 lnn< \\' ,... E M rri.11
j < > : :iii hope -0 as that tint'!h- r: !. '!.. (thti -'iiiJn.gsNtnoklii ;: '
Or ALL
hIM:
,t at a late date ,t very un-ightl spot and a bad !; i- Ld: i,' FTV"'uhel 1. higher: .'1. : I' ATnUADIOKI
F On Mann 21 the Club will spon 11 itrodiutiin for tourists to Fet: 1::. C \\',,:, 'el 1 l' i : .The -:tike, t. date. ;2 <." .
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t sot a Bazaar or Country Fair in snr tone Heightboth from the Jack 'Ion
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club hou- It is planned f s< nIle side and the Palatka *!KFKKAK i'\ -- 5
t"'t' lunch at 12 o'clock noon. \\I-M n.\'I.\t,KN
z nd also --r\e supper at six There KENNEDY HOME

wri1iiI ,A ill be artIcles of all sorts for An early morning t\\i-t-i t r I h": ,.,' Another Big 'Stokely Week Sale'
alp! cad a flower booth for flowers i tl he front porch roof ot th. > K:
and pUnt-' The club will appreF\ Kennedy home on Lake r.1.\"i
idtir.fibutions: for these a bout 6 a.m. Tuesday. anoI...!d.,1, ,
booth All committees have not i't't l over against the 1"1>, t ..' th '" : -- .
31"I ,.t b""n Appointed but any one main: body of the house \ .rh.':_ -

,ii\uur plants or flowers for the ttou. i as left of the front pilI"< | li \. t ;i'l' -
[!'', '..' booth, contact Mrs Sara t he floor all supporting p.i,.i itnngeis. -
1't 4+ :Mi'Donald. sLat etc being tarn !1.-. ,

Thursday. Mar. 6. Mr: Talv i, with, the roof. Pieces of tin fihi ,,"
r I bott wa- not able to meet the t roof were found as far dh1! I'lt' I
0 class in Folk Dancing but ho sent a is. the railroad, several! hldlol'\! 1
/.t a very able substitute Demon >aids from the hon.tMr '
Houck of the Department of Recreation ': Kennedy says i ,SUM t :! :Mixh
in Gainesville' Mr. Houck" wind was blowing al''S-! th, lik. \ ? nauQuanlih
usv brought as assistants Henry :Mer- all night and he tnink- littK!:
j I cer of Orlando as caller and Nick! freak "twister" must h.I"t.. ;:
t I Leggise of Gainesville. The tile, J nixed in with it just attrt! di\'
(\' ,' i did a very, good job and the class II i I ight slipping under his p'' !:
! ) ; made considerable progrexs Thej j roof and folding it bal k hut; rile HIht:: Hl'SI'n t'd. I'riros ( ,mid Thru *.,tbrdl i t tStokely's 1-,

,I I younger children danced by themselves I cover of a book Th. K"lIlt'd\! FL WE _= _.,- _
\!t-.r ..., which was better for everybody ionic i-< of sturdy con-nw! ti ''i e!
\ ,", Calif.
I laving been built 2 \ uu;:"

"IT CAN'T HAPPEN HERE, YOU S.\\'. It has happened to millions of' n.eii and women win The Girl Scout Troup in Key i. ( g'o: : \
I stone 'II bi t .
is fine
once knew FREEDOM. Today these unfortunates are slates of the state. 1 hlt': \\y' c..; sous; >> ae making progress I j' ,
I They started under the leadership \ lean-to car shed at' the : !, "I i PEACHES No. 2 1-2 Can
fighting in Korea. Apathy and indifference fights on the side of Communism and corruption. Safe I 2C
I of Mrs Rivers, with a 'the house also went uitli 'M '" .i.I.dmt i
guard and preserve your "'REEDO Register and tote. Freedom of toice and choice i is jour most I of six and now have 11 membership enrolled ''I'1I : no surrounding biiilu"!!>_ ..
possession. Casting ballot in election is the first of citizen. I
precious a every duty every REGISTER I They have received their charter i''even limbs on nenb'M r, \\" [.
TODAY AND VOTE l\ MV.REGISTER. I
'disturbed:: __
and on Feb. 15 held the Investiture: 'II- -.1 _
Ceremony at the Lakeside Restaurant JUNK .sTOCKIIOLIIKKs: Stokely's FruitCocktail
I where Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ': 'IO .MKKTMOM: : : ) \\'
TODAY AM) VOTE L\ MAY
!! Whiteside entertained them with An organization nitetin;, ..; 1:1:
a dinner. I, stockholders of the ,nH K t.tState !
The divinely inspired framers 01'our country Constitution began Earl Mecklin of Pittsburgh is Bank will b.. held 111! tht'Voman's No. 303 Can 19C
three words that reveal the uppermost in their .
its with
preamble purpose .
visiting his sister. Mrs Margaret Club Mondi\ :,:ht: at!
minds. It was their solemn intent that this should be truly a people'sgovernment i Tracy I II | *; o'clock. Purpose ot the UK"rt !II.I

where the majority would rule. Mrs Redfearn' sister. Capt ; is to adopt b>-ld\\s. elet! t uip"' 1" ,
I Ruth Redfearn, is home on leave ;iI and to transact other matii-i n: BHMHHam rfMflMSwBSBBBli BSX
They began their declaration "We the people. "ASTOR"
Vac Pack
| from Japan and is visiting her 'connection with the openuu: "i Stokely's TomatoCOFFEE

They did not say "We the Congress" or "We, the Politicians!" They; I! sister in Keystone. i iI I the bank now tentatively -, t It.-I't.

said, "We, the People." They meant ALL the people, rich and poor, old I i :Mr. and Mrs. Chessmgton. form- I April. A delay in IMIIMMU!).: [tie CATSUP
i er residents of Keystone are safe has held up const)rUdl"ll of
and young of every race color and creed.
visiting: at the Inn. | the bank vault but it is expi.tnl,I

Not only was our government established by "The People" but into I Mr. and Mrs. Earl] McGill of that this work will get uinUt \\ t i\ Pound Can 1 Oz.
Bottle
our hands was placed the power to control to change and even to dissolveit I j Meadville! Pa. stopped over for 3. within the next few days 19 14 1 15

by majority action. The source of that power was the sacred right of visit in Keystone to see old friends I II In Older to vote at th. !I." ;III t!i4 .
free expression by our ballots at the }polls. I J. H Tullis has gone with her{ Monday each storkhohKi! r t II-t
I sister, Mrs Beam, Miami for for his ---
to i, have paid shares :m.l! <.nnr: -
We flow approach another election ; it is a critical hour in our history.We a few days ;t tMr one will be at the (1Mb h,>us,' fiT "m' Swift's Famous ShorteningSWIFT'NINC
are called upon to express our will in the selection of state and national and Mi- \\'tlirt'll'atpr p m in order to p"'t.\ .. !pi.111' !it,t,
leaders. were guest;; ,>,1'\10: ml! :Mi- Well: i i: "i"il| I.;-ur ie< ei|!l -. \11'! "' ;.
tills wl'k I I't' !'li'ld.'1 -; ,ne 1I1'd'1 i I" I 3Lb.Can79C
It is the solemn duty of good American to llEGISTEIt and ,
every \\ utth't! i' ii':
: i': i : ; a" art'I 'tly in! !I'' 1 i. t ': I.AT i I.
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Registration }books close in Bradford County on April 7. & I
EVERY NIGHT GATOR BOWL Stokely's Orange or BlendedJUICES
Check with the Supervisor} of Hegistration and be sure you are THE

qualified. Urge your friends and neighbors to do so. Then VOTE as your I CP'l..At.
conscience dictates on election day. AT 830 THRU WEDNESDAy -- EXCEPT SUNDAY :

,r tha Ever! 46-0z.Can 16'l1'

r. ,OUS I seater,
t'.1ItU11 TII.\"I I\S ,
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\Ve wisft to express our deep a p NEW I. >, _
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pn-ciation to our many friends to; a Rath's "Blackhawk"
their word of sympathy bt.iu1.iH
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ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR flowers and other acts of k.u't.e.

l'Ubllsh'tl'f'ry t"rll1ay and Entered as SecondOffice during our bereavement Th; GLAMOUR 1 LUNCH MEAT 12-0z.Can
family. iCfRS 37tBallard's
tIaSS Matter at the Post at Starke. Fla.Hazen I I '
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1! for home use Only $1.85.; -Bra i ', All STAR

Subscription 52..5nlUlall 81-50 For Six Months I ford County Telegraph. I I II.f I. ......., "..', ACTS

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.........t PLENTY OF Boxes and Rink, Chairs ]
W I CHOICE SEATS $3.00P SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 89c
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It -;:?_- ._--, _:_--_ ..... =fe :.-. .-.'i".t-T.. .J PLATE STEW lb. 39c
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PERFORMANCE NIGHTS $1 or L'.m Itfliuhle :20-21() f II). \\ 'rag-t' Ta.ste O'Sea Ked Penh
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you compare cars feature by feature I H: : AMS Sufjar (l urcd I'iiceBACON Itn'aAfast Lb.


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I I Shall We TradeOpportunity W/io/e/ / or LB.

II 49ft!

I, I for Half TONGUES Lb. 49


Security ?
!! BUTT ENDS lb. 45c IG.lun Butt Pork


tr ijJf1OL] SHANK END lb. 39c Lb.
( I Ifcaowcel A nation is strong, virile and productiveas ROAST 49

long as its people are more interested I CENTER SLICES lb. 89c ,.

in creating opportunity than in seeking

security, especially the kind paid for by Fla. Thin Skin


F ry Mod l others.The only. enduring. 'economic security is ORANGES 5 LBS.19c

WAYFARER SIX PASSENGER SEDAN
I born of f character and is carved out by

the individual with his own hands and by '- -- ---

his own ingenuity in creating opportunities I Fla. Pa-caI Superbrand

You gl'lll1e t facts need judge W $ :, f fsr himself and for others. Stlks
you w'Gfrm/ffff i CELERY 1 13C

car value . and save money! MAR GAR I N E ERROfs

Uaesrasd Security Saps the Strength and Vitality
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1'11111'! kite Mm "vll. \\c give you pr.' ;r'V DOfiGE i F F -h <
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Itu lutklr 1 : '' ho\v lvu" booklet lets vou i \I1ItIi1d of the Individual and -of a People :- Eco- Pounds $4.00
},.I[.- Do..k.' In til rih>in. Sl'.It"Ilith., tM-i\tntn' do-ru'l.l < i to. ically and Morally! *"*% C f, 2bchs 15C 5

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nl'\ i .ir\ t.''stunt.:! humlrcd of doll.ir) ,11.: nth .r :-> __ """"" __ .. .-'"""' \\Sf T II
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S pKifi ;)1 11 .Ql 1"n' eacia 'C 7w: (I' e Dixianna Frozen Shipped

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J. P. Roberts MotorsTemple % FLORIDA BANK at STARKEIttmoer STRAWBERRIES LARGE EGGS


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FRIDA\I.\Rf11: It. 1952 8RADFORD COUNT}' TELJ.ORAPn.: STARKr.. n..GRIDA ... .... ____H _
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Cary Grant And Wife iottas Ben in those parts Sltaida : -|I .1\1. i TO' .\'hilt{ r-: t>;; t,
with a birthday at their nie Jones, Nancy Bates. Irene
party Tuesday e'eningIanh 4, Pat I I
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home Tuesday evening March 4. Metzger. Bobby Ferguson, Fran Star LONG BRANCH
y Kuceia played the First Oboe I In Family Film U' '. n"I': '.. I ,
vender it
The hosts assisted in t anyone can Pn1tiii
were hospitalities ces Caldwell Patricia Smith with the Jacksonville Junior
Sin. Bryan \VhltfleIdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Symphony .,
by Mrs Ann Parker and Ovedia Griffis, Patricia Willard. Orchestra at their performance Coming To Florida"Room I Ky :Mrs. J. L. Strickland art,, older poll tax re\.eipi ,
by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill of Jan Mundroff. Robert Eaves 1.0.I'' at the Friday Musicale th1th.\ one we have Last \\1\
in
Bridge Club Meeting Starke. Enjoying the festmtes Edith Griffs, Gail Rowe Gail' Jacksonville. I fur Our More a heart I Mrs Babe Padgett: has beenoi.>- Mi StiKklan.i gave Gertie Fan,
Early Spring blossoms and I arming tory adapted: from a ,i, loin) her unv le H J. Taylor's BibloSl.i'
with the honoree were about 30 of Duto1, Linda Johns Gus
Hope :Mr and Mis. Frank Owen ill with flu. but is some better
azaleas decorated the home of her BHS schoolmates Following lousos. and Jack Miller I Hof[ Daytona Beach have been Vis-S'f I r best selling no'el111 occupy th.8Crt'en .- Those looked thi,'iigh it to see a hat ilyp C1'CIllFOR
the : .
Mrs. H. J. Kucera Thursday after games sandwiches and cake were Corp Jimmie Godwin and Corp. : itors of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Buck at the Florida" Theatre this Clay Hill spending with relative weekend at \\', hid used 'I'r book mal k,'!'
noon of last week when she entertained served with punch and ice Cream Jimmie Hicks of Cameron. Texas this week. Sunday and Monday were I t' ;and found the poll tax une.pt
the State Farm Bridge in the dining room. The refreshment were guests of the former's parents fFarm past Starring Cary Grant and Betsy Clyde Padgett of Lutz with hi: made to H ,1.1 Taylor, Dec is1S90 DIAGNOSED
Club. A dessert course was served table was covered with a Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin, : residents are Mr Drake, it tells the: story of a sister Grace Land; Betty Hickey signed; by J M Bury. H.an STOMACH ULCERS
J and Mrs L. C. Smith and their j Felix
before the Prize I]happy but zany couple who suddenly Cole Jim and Florence ;, 1 1I ]land. Fla. We are keeping this .
natural linen cloth STOPS
progressions. and it was Thursday and Friday of last!' week. daughter Patricia who moved .t.ian A ; p Y'
Hornsby Mr
awards on this occasion went tc centered with the traditional cake I Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert last week from their home in'Valteiboro I', became involvedth a flock of I and air. George : antique FAtti> tpf
Burgess= and children
Mrs. L. F. Chapman for high Con- that was artistically decorated and I Thomas during the past week I \ S. C. into the family problems. of the Stricklands were guest There will be services athi: .ued NrertaInd ., e "'y Y 104Lsrer
tract score and to Mrs. J. C. Wallace topped with 15 tiny, burning were their relatives Mrs. Iren0 formerly Mr houge'l Due to the over-generosity of ; Betty Jean. j Padgett Church on March 16 a': 11 rlmote nrn -; T SIEfS
occupied by Q
I I Carter with her SAF
his great grandmother i L; E r+le rohcl
in bingo. tapers. Pink azaleas were used in Roberts of Palatka and R. L. C.,I Mrs Ralph Johnson well-meaning spouse. Grant Gertie Faircloth; Mr and Mrs i a.m. Vondie Durrence: is to prt'.It'l! ; j OD
Birthday Party the party rooms, the living room Thomas Wildwood. I 1 I Mis Jack Nelson of Jacksonville undergoes a series of madcap experiences Harris I :j Dinner will be at the church.
Harry and
Mr. and Mrs. G E. Crews com mantel arrangement being of out Mrs. R. C. Griffin of Pittsboro,!! I which nearly cost him.' Hester Padgett l j Our Junior Training Union
spent Friday night and Saturday of Jacksonville with Lottie Star i V
his
standing beauty. N f. arrived Saturday to visit job, but finally bring him and
I I with her parents, Mr. and ling and other relatives; Ernie ant' doing some fine work now Thrtoy. On Salt
Guests included Marilyn Dennison her brother-in-law and sister Mr Mis RV. Brannen. ,! his wife the prize of becoming thfcity's I are taking more interest IIi, :
Irene
GASOLInE t "GOSSIP"By 1 Sonny Engram Reginald and Mrs R. H. Cox. I I Mr and Mrs. A. C. Davis and most honored couple. Gertie Padgett Faircloth with Babe, Earl Padgettand Press their program Clarence and Tommy

I Underhill Sandra. Strickland, Edgar During the weekend Mr. and! son, Clifton, are now residing! in I I The large supporting cast ol r Land are taking so much interest
"Shorty" Akridge, Edward Akridge. lamar Mrs. J.1.. Bradley had as their their farm home at Heilbronn i(i children includes Clifford Tatum,:! also a former resident of StarkeR I and improving:" so much, w, Koch Drug Store

Shaw, Glen Reddish Billy guests Mr and Mis Vance Geiger Springs and are at home to friend!'': Jr.. a nephew (.f\tr and MrJ 'The; talented, boy hay 'ii,ule -r\".' .i' ;::1 "' II' Ii!!1\ 1"1\ ,\ .of 'h.ehlle" .\I'
_sd!LaJ& r Moore, John Mack Newsome, Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Bradley and| there. :' Davis dt Stark Young Tat unl.s aagr deed -< M". tpp i1' ?t \,u' ,I''_ .:i, :)-,_ .i I';
--- Jackie Hobbs. Jackie Mr and Mrs. Rucker, all! t t"' X.trk' Ma
: Colley Billy Seabie }fr. and Mrs Dave Thoimoi I h 01 tht !eat><' ('hl"'I' ''II l
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eases?' l I in Mr-Lake and City.Mrs. Andrew Cr<,udaughter .. ... ._ c. ._ ._ >_ .04-_ ._ '.-.!__ -__--_ --- --_...-_.-__-,..-..--,__--.. 1

1 | -. June and Josephmj ""I> -- -. __- '.. ". ,.._: _' _. __ ___ .1' .. ._ .___ __ ___.___.:3WE ,
1 I Lake Butler were visitmt t \li
I and Mis D *
1 \ I eveningHEILBRONN *
LII Heg-ularly SALE t I
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"Our gas is so good we use .

it ourselves!" Gas Ranges139.95\ 119.95 I 113

I i I t fly Marian Norman DELIVER \V. CALL

That's right yens can l> Automatic I I11'
69.95 :\ and Mrs F. \V John"'''i> and STREETDOZEN
sure our rest' rooms are ala!s Hot Water Heaters! 89.95 t I
I family of Waldo were MMIIII;;: Mr
I clean,, and our MT\iit is courteous and Mrs Ancel Norman 1I11ta\t \' I "EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY
t Mr! and Mrs Markl \i man *
Sen el (JasRefrigerators; "
249.95 189.95 I" These Prices bead Thru \\ ed.. Mar 1 1E 191S >
of Hampton were guests: <.t his *
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p." r rrJ .1 I Miss McLeod To \Ved Older 4-H Girls ''OES Notice 1 1 Buddy. Lillian and Bish BishopL. i Gertrude Beasley decided on the I affair was in full

Thomas B. Hamilton See Demonstration '! The Order of the Eastern Star end. '-I.Stevie Gaines Broadway Ruby Johns.and Bernidine Ruth- afternoon spur of the to ask moment late Tuesday Spotted Ann Johns wiii-, Pdt.: _
v one two friend
or Judy Green
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i fishing mt i 'I
f ] Of Electricity : will hold its bimonthly meeting I Goddin caught enough for in to meet Hazel Speers (house- on Blanding ,
1 lr highway Friit! i t '
J a ,goal fish that :
t th Masouu t supper night gue.-t from Ky i and while
Mondaevening in <- they noon- how ,
was the iM1! _
The Oldt-i Girls'III ; see the i : '
Club of i Temple & Lake filling stan -
II !, were waiting for the guests to ar --just .
Hall at 8 clock j celebrating a half-d" tvacation"hear
., i I Starke held its regular meetingSaturday i is about all torn down but theI rive Gertrude and Hazel went out that
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tAl I pumps are !still standing and '
morning in the CourtHouse theY'rE to the cemetery to fix some flower Newsome
I Mrs. Torode Named still in business. played hook'y I
MootyPhone Miss Ross :' the:ein the meantime Jeanette day and went
J j Home Demonstration I fishing w ith :r "
Birthday
congrats go this week as'.t-d a few
more friends
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Chairman dad Jesse
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Agent, worked with the County to Pat Lambe. who celebrated hers J and Margate \

___________.._______ the Drive Friday the the group and as long &1it was some) and Harvey :News: ,. ,
-------- -- ---- - - - - - girl on crochet rugs which For Cancer r Adam Greens hada I turning into "party" proportion Newnan's
lake made a gl1 i ,
4:1 they an- making and hope 'o display I family birthday party Tuesday !she fixed up fancy refreshmentsthe too ,
Claude MurphreeWill 200 Delegates Attend : I Mrs Pauline Torode of Starke night for Sgt. R. \\'. Reese andundt'rstand ,,' guests all see Sgt. Bill Epps 'C'. t .
at the County Council meeting arrived and ne his discharge at Fort Beuntu::: .i I
District WSCS has been appointed campaign Paul Raymond had a i hostess or guest of honor ,
Be HeardIn in Apnl birthday wert't is home now living in th F'., .
Sunday and after churchhe
chairman of the 1952 Cancer Crusade 1t'rethey ran out of
gas enroute
Concert Here Meeting HereThe Mr Pettis, electj i flea non ..spe I and wife, Ethel :and Tom and! apartments with wife Dom.:,
in Bradford County accord from the cemetery! And to it
cialist from Gainesville, gave an Arlena Harding celebrated by having top Guess that winds up the It' .
Claude L. Murphree organist at Starke Methodist Churcl1 t-' gar interesting and useful der.iou-vt ration ing to an announcement made by I dinner at Morrison's in Jax, off. Gertrude wa in an old house black book for this week d! ': '

the University of Florida, will was host to the Gainesville District on electricity. The iils Earned I Edward B. Rood, State Campaign I and last but not least. little Miss I I i dress (so she wouldn't get dirty at forget to put in your date P"/\"
the First Woman's Society of Christian to the t'lectiician's knot, Betsy Matthews : th. 'laude Murphree ,
give an organ recital in tie puta Chairman. celebrated her the cemetery I thinking' they: wouldt org t t"ital :
:Methodist Church of Starke on Service, on Thursday of last week plug on the cord. not to put a I 13rd birthdav todav. : tack :Mar 23rd at4 p n.:
I I The drive will seek $500 in in plenty of time to changen I
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Sunday afternoon, Maith 23, at4pm. when over 200 visitors were enter penny behind a blown fuse and Heard !'Ia' .Uaie.'t Kincaid Methodist 'huich ,
of the a nlTTT..TTT'I''YTYTYYYY : o \ "t \h.uk ,
] Bradford County as part j. just .is the .
tained. many othci useful thing; about Carl It!\

Mr. Murphree graduated from I Greetings were given by Mrs. electricity I,I national Cancer' Crusade which 1 1r t . . . . ._._. .TTTTTTT-----Y v TT..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT..TTTTTTT

the University of Florida in 1928. Titus Olson, president of the Thos'omill from Brtoiur tcamend hopes to raise S16.000.000 fin !

ist He since has been 1925 the, giving Unir over rsityrg'r.-500 :re spouse Starke was W. by S. Mrs.C. S.B.and D. Adams the re Leod Mr of and Alachua Mrs Marvin L. Me tht I, Martha this meeting Willis were an.l PollyWait Mis I;r programs patients and of research public and services profes u I'I

Gainesville District announce If
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citals on the great Anderson president Like Good I Iat
morial Organ On the campus, as \V. S. C. s., followed by a engagement and appruai-rang; Wait Others attending were: sional education. Food

well as scores ,throughout the duet by Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- marriage of then daughter. LJ+ Anna Ruth Crosby. Joyce Crosby, "A strenuous effort will be mad
Trelle to Thomas Blake Hamilton
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south. He has been a member of comb. I Beverly Jo Crosby, Blanche& All'' during the Crusade which open
the university faculty since 1&3Q Highlight of the meeting was I on of Mr. and Mrs. Zedra W T! and Cox I April 1 to reach every family
dreles Marilyn
Mrs. \V. H. Hamilton of Brooker. The wedding with educational messages:'
lecturing on music and teaching the address given by + our
piano, organ, and harmony. In Beckam of Miami, president of the :< will be an event of March 30 at. The next meeting will b,- Match :Mrs.: Torode said. "Knowledge of 1i

1934 he obtained the coveted decree Florida Conference, who used asher 4 p.m. in the Alachua Woman's 22. the symptons of cancer is a highly Pleasing Prices i
of the meeting Club. A reception will follow the in fighting the'
of F. A. G. O. (Fellow in subject, the theme? important weapon
American Guild of Organists). "Come Ye Apart". She stres- ceremony. Recent Births disease since improved cure rate 1

This followed a year's study at sed the necessity of forgetting the Miss McLeod was graduatedfrom depend on people going to then
Guilman Organ School, New problems of the day to meditation Alachua High School and attended i :Mr. and Mis Coolidge Ga-s..tt 1 doctors when early detection ifpossible

York. He studied with Marc! what God has chosen each indi Harding College in Searcy. of Gainesville announce r the birthof Ignorancof: the seven do
your shopping
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life. She said! Ark. She is now employed in the of cancer usually :
Dupre in Paris and Chicago; with vidual's purpose! in a son Craig on March 7 in danger signals
Charles Courboin in Baltimore and I through love, faith and hope alone I offices of the College of Law at Alachua General Hospital Little delays diagnosis until the disease / 3 -
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has this the University of Florida. the of II sPate has reached an advanced an incurable p '
Edwin Kraft in Cleveland. He can one accomplish purpose. II Craig IS grandson < / .
been the organist for the First Mrs. B. D. Adams, Gainesville, Mi Hamilton was graduatedI Gassett stage' A e Pascal
Baptist Church in Gaines\iIle was re-elected president with the !I! from Bradford High School and '

since 1924. He is a composer of following assistants: Mrs. Allen j J i i is now in business with his father. f' Large Stalk
!: All friends and relatives are invited CELERY
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pieces for organ piano, voice, and Watson Wildwood. as \ice-pre 5C
two pianos. During the past year ident; MIS. D. F. Koonce. Dunnel- i I to attend the wedding and 1 .4

he played recitals in New York, Ion, ice. secy.; Mrs John \Vil.-on reception. ,
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Portland, Maine and Los Angeles. Gainesville, promotion secy.; Mrs I I

The recital in the First Methodist \V. Leroy Schoch. Gainesville, UDC Meeting Held Florida tl'ncle
Church of Starke on March 23 treas.; Mrs. R. B. Baker Haw -
will be open to the public The Lhorne< Missionary Education;. At Mundy Home Bens O Ib. bag
Have an unusual amout of BUS. now with P. S Educational',i FluffGRAPEfRUIT
friends of Mr. Mrs. Waldo Gilley Williston. I 25C
many Murphree Members of W. T. Week" changes, new tares and new stoics Foundation, Manila, Philippines,
Christian Social Relations & Local
this will be
throughout section
glad of the opportunity to hear I Church Activities; Mrs. T. J, Price, Chapter, U.D.C. met at the homeof going up with the Call Street who sends greetings to all his) old R ICE I E
: Mrs. W. B. Mundy Wednesday crowd this week going down friends here and also mentioned
him again.Sunday. Gainesville Student Work; Mrs.J E
afternoon of last week for their Call St. from Western WinesapAPPLES
West
J. Milner. Ocala, Youth Work; to East we find how much he liked Starke seethe
regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Ann Parker and Betty Ingram I rehearsals have started at the t. 28or.pfcg.35c
Mrs Irene Webb Hernando
School PartyAt Supply Work; Mrs. J. B. Cottrell, Ruby Johns was co-hostess with have joined the nurses staff at Florida theatre for the BP"V >is.

Epperson HomeThe Starke, Literature and Publications Mrs. Mundy Calvin Houpt s medical Dr'l Fashion show to be held April 2nd I] 2 2SC

; Mrs W. E. Wil on, Crescent ]! Mrs. L G. Powell, president they also have two new patients! I'I. liar}on Arnold in charge of nhearsals .. / Harris Chunk Style

15-year-old Sunday schoo City, Spiritual Life. presided over the business meetingat there Mrs. Mae Brown and said 22 youngsters an-! ;, ,

group of the Baptist church met I After luncheon, the installationof which time it was voted that daughter Sheila :Mae of Jai nson-I]I teenagers turned out last Saturday ', C 4
I Superight
Monday evening at the W. J. Ep i officers was held with Dr. R. E. all monies given to the Head yule and Mrs Ethel Dempsey of morning for the first rehearsal I TUN A Visking Wrapped 4 4

person, Jr. home. Rutland, superintendent of th quarters Building fund in Riche Graham as medical p.1lI\ts and a hear that Harold Smith and Aihf I:i 1
Gainesville I i mond. Va. will be in memorial tc son. Mams Yargna, x\is born Joseph ( Willie) Dobbs reported foi "" 4 ,
The meeting: wan opened with District officiating i' PICNICS I S 4
I Col! W. T. Weeks for whom the March 35C
devotional by Mrs. T. M. Hutch- assisted by Rev. T. G Mitchell of Mh to :Mitn'l: M's. Joe induction in Jax Tuesday r w 6 4
chapter is named. Yarghn of Gainesviiit / oz. can 4
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ings, leaderPauline Gay, president the Starke Methodist church. I I see Quite a nice party out at thelit 4
the Mis. L. A Scootie Duke has th clerical 4
joined '
presided over the business Luncheon was served in the edu During program [ Kat club in Gainesville las ; 4
meeting when the class pins were cational building by the ladies of j i Davis read a paper on "Soldier force in Guy Andiews' cam- 1 Dial Allgood 4
Staurday night honoring Fancy Sliced
office Buckl| / 4
further the of the Confederacy" Miss Caro1Ann paign Big Dolly Sullivan
discussed. During the Starke Methodist Church. I'I 1 4
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social hour games, !ltd by social 1 1 Pickett sang a lovely solo > has left Koch's and Fran Williams homecoming and asl'i! Soap, sml. bar 13cfloating 4

chairman, :Marcia Ha :eii.cra en Junior RA "An Evening Prayer", accornpa Kramer is pinch hitting for her in honor of Sonja Lohmanti of I BACON "

joyed. Refreshments were seiveri Group I nied by :Mrs. R. A. Green. fOr the time beingrUlfl'i are Burgdoif, Hannover. Germ!tn:} I ; Soap f4g; Bar 39C
Has Initiation that Dolly and Lonnie whose to John Andersci,
by the hostess. Delicious refreshments w >ii' au- going marriage I
Attending the meetingvoie i served from a beautifully appoint I back to S. C. where Lon-'ie will was an e\ent of Tuesday helping; I'' E Swan, 3 for 25c ,4
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Pauline Gay, Mary Sue The Junior Royal Ambassador' ed table to the eight members an'l 1 work in the H-Bomb plant again? lout in the cel'bration1'(' John I Center Cut 4
Joanna Lee. MartLa Epperson Landrum: group of the Baptist Church held'a four guests present I see Carl Roberts is opeuh\ a I I Anderson John and Sara Torode, I Bath Bar 4No.

Marcia party and initiation service last jewelry store in Harley Strong'sold Edith and Leslie Biggs, Bobby :
Hazen and Mrs. Hutching: Friday t''t'ningin the recreation stand, expects to open around I j I Biggs. Sara Williams Buck am'' I II Lifebuoy 2 for 25c WHITE BACON Ib 4
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room. PresbyterianVomen the first and Dan Mtx'dity's' I Jeanette Williams, Warren al! : _

WMU Notice Mrs. Clyde Priest conducted the To Meet March 18 campaign office is opening in the |I( Sue Winkler. Maxie (Cartel. BobD> :, No Kms i .'

I ceremony in which Jimmy Law son. office where 1'oon'ainwrig! t had .Cameron, Charlie and Gannta / ,
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The Baptist W. M. U. will have Don McClane and Robert Land I There will be a meeting of the real: estate quartets Jackie I Parker, Randall Chitty, B C Surf, )Ige. pkg. 30c lona

its program and business meeting! were initiated into the R. A chapter I women of the Presbyterian church Hall a bride of two \\l'ekis taking II I Holtzendurt, Mac and Margaret | 4Ij j

Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in i I i Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, at Curtis Roberts place in McGriff and Joanna and Mack; I Soap Powder Lg.-. pkSilverdust .. 2
Cans
the Educational building. Mrs. Ewell Lawson, counselor! the home of Mrs. J. R Kite. Ducky's-Jackie's husband, Jesse Futch Hear that Buck Wil TOMATOES 2 4
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The Lorena Epperson circle has and Mrs. J. E. Hildtbran. cowork- is a seaman over at Cecil Field hams who withstood 18 month- 4

er, entertained at a party for the WSCS Notice If you find some rabbits running of hardship in Korea without a 4
charge of the 4
program. group following the service. Games around in the N\V seitimuof : scratch, finds work around the 4

and refreshments were enjoyed 1 The program and business meeting town they belong to ex-rhief house a bit more hazardous lo this I B a II ar d s Plain 4
Ibs. 89c or SelfRisingFLOIR5Jbsyiac"'irifes
Lioness Club NoticeThe during the evening. of the Methodist WSCS will Alvarez seems his i rabbit pen balance the other day whitepainting ,

be held in the sanctuary Monday blew over in all that wind Monday! the house and spilled a I j T'y"p:: / /

Lioness Club will meet Young Woman's CircleThe afternoon at 3 o'clock. night and about 15 got l loose gallon of paint all over himself! I ) 95C ,

Thursday evening. Mar. 20, at 7:30: hear Ruby Johns lost her >;las scs hear he reports to O'Hara I]I Lux 2 bath bar 25c

o'clock in the Lions Den for the Young Woman's Auxiliaryof Starke Musicale in the strawberry patch :last week Field, Oak Park, Ill. on the 1st ,
the Presbyterian church held and she's expecting a plant to come' wife, Jeannette and son, Ricky

the monthly evening meeting.will be Ted Hostesses for its monthly meeting Thursday evening The Starke Musicale will meet 1 I up any day with them on- '::toc!I are still undecided whether thy E 20 Mule TeamBorax Libby's Pineapple 3

? Johns, Virginia at 8 o'clock at the home of Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at bad it wasn't in the potato patch. ) will move up there with him now 1 Ib. 20c
Darby and Effie Carter. Miss i.; she couldn't read for wait until shool out.Quite I 1 ,
Evelyn Stump. the home of Mrs E. K Perryman. II a week or is OZ. i
-- finally)) got new ones Tuesday a fishing party that EustirMcKnight I J JUICE 46 15C
Dot Sale, who was one of the had last week had as ]I Swifts

hostesses for the Jr. Woman his guests from Tuesday to Thurs'! Cleanser 12c

SUNDAY -- 7:45: P.M. Club meeting really was an eager day, Eugene, Atwood Guy, James I
beaver had all the sandwiche Hugh and Clarence McIntosh Nabisco Premium '
fixed and was all dressed to gc Jack Reardon, Workman EvansRembeit j Toilet Soap 2 Beth liars 4

CALLING ALL to the meeting when 10 minutes I Evans Willie D\'Ir E\ans Sweetheart 25c Ib. box
YOUNG PEOPLE ,
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before the tune the meeting usually I Earl Gibson! ,and Talmad Gibson CRACKERS 1 23C 4C

takes place she discovered she all of Kin ;:stttt mid :New ZIOn
was a week ot S (' then Hlii-Uhito; .4
in advance herself spent nii-t 'cii time
SERMON TOPIC so daughter Linda Kay, ant t ft-bug: : 'in SIII'H( Ft al-o i fIsh 1 Flakes 9c 4 4

Jean Mundy took art' the sandwiches mj on hit h Santa Fe Sundcn w'r' 1 1 Ann PageKETCHUP 4 4

I to( school the next d.'\' and 4
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passed them out among tm. Kid*' Blue streak bottle 4 4
1 oz.
"IS IT WRONGTO heard that Marcia Kaand Rice, 5 lbs 69c 14 I QC 1 4 4 4

'inimv Hazen weie sj-eiuliiij 'n. I DAEIC 4
weekend in Ocala attending!: the FL-: Swifts 4 4
TARKE .
live stock show and rodeo and 4

Jimmy, who was celebrating tm II I I E Jewel Oil, qt. 54c quart 4 4

14th birthday, decided to tni-i th" ,! Fri., Sat. Mar. 1 t. 15DOUBLE WESSON OIL 57 4 4
I steer-riding content until he saw Swifts 4
DANCE another youngster being canted off !, FEATURE t 4
? I the field in an ambulance-'bie I l Prem 48cSw1ft 4 4

: definitely changed his mind i BLONDIE i TRY mixing your salads with 4 4

coming home from Emory at Oxford j .> ChoppedHam 4

for their spring vacation to I fenny singletonrihur: lane I II 1 54c Ann Page Creamy-Smooth Salad 4 4
day are Kaspai Duncan Marcus / 4

Pastor Bob Gray will seek to answer this ques- I Brown Leon and Moorer Billy Cressler reports back, toGalveston I \n.SANTA. Hariilge; CannedHamburger 4 4 4 4

Texas today with tne I! FE DRESSING 4
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tion for the benefit of those who want to Merchant Marines after spending I I '. 68cNew 4 4
TKCIINKOLOK: : ;
a week with his family c"n C 4
gnats to Paul and Irene Faulkiier \\ il h Randolph 'MottKo E Impro\e Giant; Sire 4 4 1
know the truth about this evil. It'a boy, born Monda> at Glendale ; .\ (artoon and Sf'rml 4
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Hospital in Palatka than Trend 4
the most;" surprised and happiest t,. 4
Sun.. :Mon.. Tuo. 4
In response to the many requests of the young people of high school age gal In town was Ruby Shepherdwhen :March I6IT'O 4 4
her best beau pre'entrd !ir E lona FLOUR 4
about this matter, ue Hill discuss Dancing of all kinds in light of the I with a Ford Victoria as a wedding I TICKETS Ann Page FrenchDRESSING 4 4

aim! .ersary present :hear Shir II I TO BROADWAY 4

Scripture and Social Conditions. le\ Shaw. Carolyn Edwards Vel'nOli Tony' Martin Janet J"i..hI' ,,; E 37c 45c 4 4
Underhill Sibs.
and Carl Lama'' .\|l'-41 vimrts and! [atetitr1\- 4 4
Johns> were attending the basketball 4

FREE --- To every person attending this service Sunday day and tournament Saturday at U. of great F Fri excitement Wed., Thur. Mar. 19. 20 i 10 Ibs. 71 Q oz. bat. 4QC 4 4 4

Night, a copy of the Book, "WHAT'S WRONG WITH at the Jo AmolaSun- DO'I1LF FEATURE Ibs. 4 4
day when Babe their great dare 25 51735Q 4

THE DANCE?" gave birth to 14 pups: 'M' 4 4

tta.s calling the A & P for '1 //fas. $3.52 4 4
n"-ws Monday morning and got I 4

First Baptist Church HamptonNURSERY w'tongue-tied.ry charmIng for a man's moment voice when ar.a' Ia\nf \\ajne,And Howard I n.
swered and said "Good Morning-- fet tl+e thru Saturdat,
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
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I I Pvt. and Mrs. Roy Danforth of Dr. and MrT O. Patch and I Mr. and J Mr?. Robert Green and! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heriong of 1\suit for Divorce has been filed I Uandrum, Ptarke: Florida a' 1 '
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Atlanta, Ga. were guests a few son. Tom of Jacksonville! visited children attended the rodeo in Jacksonville were visiting Or. and Court and cause and you are required Clerk of the Circuit Court on> -
days last week of Mrand 1"3.1J | their parents Mrs Carrie Ritch Icala lat Sunday. Mr5- M. B. Herlong on Wednesday to serve a copy of your answer turn 1[ the 1 Hlh il.i> f \H|

d2e&oc'naeit1 R. Cha-stffn Jr. Pvt. Danfoith.arecently Mr and Mrs. H C. Brown Mrs. W. B Alt xar.rler anJ Mis- Messes Dot othy Ross and tll'-eta the Plaintiffs or pleading, .. Attorney.to the. complaint. Frank on I ,.otherwise, the will allegations be taken the weekend.Mr. Wilma Alexander hive had as I.am1rum. !* ,-' F: .l; i .> >i f.i! rested by
; returned from a > :ar'- I over Green were in Gainesville Monday 'h'I'' nh- ..ff.- of '1.. you. .. '
:Mrs.: J. R. ; and 'their Mr toronm@Ymd. .' .... Tni notice! shall h p>"i>
and "
guests.
service in Korea. ; Boring ittending a recreational course ..n'IU !Irk f )'- 'r n.t urtii .t L. i once I each week f : m,"
Sen. Charley l 1';. Johns was In ,i children of Jacksonville Beach 1 ham Wildwood on Thursday of 4 club work. i!, tar tin4th! 4.i> ..f Atil.; i"2.: : ,weeks in the l'Ll.I' > :
.fh..n\1'h.| allegations of said
C.IN THE NEWSMrs. Tallahassee Tuesday and Wednesday -j were weekend visitors of the Glen 'last week and A. C. Wilson) of Miss Carol White is convalescingit > <*i.inpli-tit; will! I.* ",ken as i-.n- II graph.hated thilith 1 ,1.1\ a- '
on business. Dukes. High Springs last Friday. f-/J l.v } "n. OFFICIAL SEAL .
( ) A. 11i .r[ '
I I \
t, 6 I II home after an operation ml This notice sh.ill ne iubli8hed I ,
\ Karl Goodman is recuperatingafter Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kinchen andfamily Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and once each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit l', "cRy
I c Myrtle T. Deaver. Pentitvmt
Robbie Shaller and son Don Mrs. J. L. Wilkes of Jacksonvillewas having his appendix removed of Jacksonville spent the 'children and Irs.Y.. H Bryan St.: Vincent's hospuai. I' weeks in the Bradford County Tl'tp-1 ::1,4'I.
graph _
Ray Tilley, and Miss Theda Bradenof the weekend guest of her sis.1 j in the Gainesville hospital Thurs \\'ef'hndith Mr. and Mrs Merrill >and Mrs. Addie Hardy of Gainesville ,i Mr?. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. L. D. iMttd the ]liili la> of Mat.\ h t".".! firm (...urt. BradfordFlorida I

Ocala are spending from Thurs- ter. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Judge day of last week. I Edwards. | attended the funeral service <
day to Sunday in Miami visiting Adkins. Mrs. Adkins drove Mrs. Pete Dyal is a patient in the I Mr. and Mrs. Al K. Carlisle; and of Mr. Hardy's uncle, Clarance 1 1I and Mrs. T. T. Langston and! Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk I II t I'i Hiirk.-.- l.urkr l I'.!f. nda't'r.I'lamt.ft.' \ -
Mrs. Shaller's sister, Mrs. Nancy Wilkes back to Jacksonville Monday Lake City veterans hospital wherehe family attended the rodeo and. Lee, in Tifton, Ga. on Sunday and of S.I 3 lttt4 lt 1 .<>.. ,
i I (daughter. Kitty. Manning, ---
and family.Mr. and spent the niJhtth an- underwent an operation last' Monday.Dr. I Order at I'.blieati.a And \"n< r I"
Gunter stock car show in Ocala Thursdayof NO-TICK To APPIltlt .
and Mrs. R. J. Davis were other sister. Mrs. J. L. Briggs. week. last week.' I and11'5.: M. B. Herong! were t:. were weekend guests of Mr. In Circuit ('..urt. Bradford Cvontf.iFlari.la tPhstervRurkrrwhose asTt', \':
Wednesday of I lace Guests at the D & M Ranch last :and Mrs. Eustis Mi-Knight. : In Chnnrfrr. :r,4S: K.ilfe Avenue. I' 'n ". .
slips .
overnight guests Ladies rayon <( their son-in-law and daughter, :Mr. sizes 32 to 44, $1.49 week were the following friends : \Ir\\, t, l I', f. ,,.t"t H arc requir.Jr.tl '., pp.-, .
,
April ic.e
trimmed patterns, :9(' a square<< yard. sister, Mrs. Myra Foy ? 1\ '
M)TICK TO APIMJUl I'.I'-H Xo !9ui .
and relatives of Mr. .
and Mrs. Don t'liurt and
and son
Jr. d. -
G. Davis n p'
and Mrs. H. at Stump's. I j Dotson: Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harvey ( Hart Furniture Co. The Herlongs also attended the Ice ]In Clrroll (mrt. Bradford Couiitf.Kliiridat \.Ilce To .\rl'f'af'"P.. ...." dlxor.-- lrau.. :'d ; ,

Greg, in Tallahassee. Mrs. Robert Turner is spending'this of Hinton, \V. Va., Mr. and | Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reyes and son j Show In Jacksonville Thursday Blizzard In ('banccrr.Jaw. FMunil....rs. i'ttnttt. 1 II"M1- i'I.1nu..1.n I ..'Iii'i--\ |!onn- 1..41t uhn": ill Rraphhall ii\; ( four w.-,..klv publi-h.--11"-IhI.nb -
Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Sr.. Mr. and week in Columbia, S. C. visit- Mrs. Hilton Coyton and children Steve of Jacksonville! were S inday !j evening. \ .". I'.iiil Illiiniliri; ; ;, I'. G-ndaut lc'i: \I. i 1.1', '. lot"1'l I. t'alitrr- \Vltnr.-v my hind l amis.

Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Jr. and son ing her husband Pfc Turner who of San Diego Calif., Mr. and Mrs. guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. Bill! Tilley. 'i A. D Martin and daug.lterIrs.. ,\ 'I'e ,.tpprar.To I'.'>.' :\". t'4'1'ellee 11.1' You are hInnllfll'd that a I.a'_, 1 J:'.t.= ": ,.tlh, I-'I"I'I'I.( It ,

:Mike and :Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. is stationed at Fort Jackson. R. O. Wilson of Pittr r>.\.r.-c. 1 1.a< been filf'dOFFH'I.H.( !?=EM.> A J T'
in Jackson- reMdeni1and! addr.s l l i i.- I' S '. against you m the, aloonam..d _
Parker spent Sunday Tenn. ,1- I \- !.rk "I
Mrs.V.. L. Edwardsand and Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Hatcher children visited relatives in Green' spent Sunday togethei in':, .
Lettie Parker Mr. and rlm .i. aYard, Phlladolphut.| Court n-\<1 au"" ''
ville visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Struth and daughter of Aiken, S. C.(9).I Cove Springs over the weekend j Jacksonville. I i iI l'.nnl'\'lvanaa qinrt-.t tn -er\v a r..-.pof vmir an-c| |",., k; |II.| >.- -'"l.,' n.c; t ''
and family.Mr. \"II'ar.- hert-liy notified that a MI.Ifor 2-a.-r >r pleailmi? !" the i-i niplaint I oj| L- .1 I >, I.' i iO 1"
of Jacksonville were Sunday > outs of 12 ft. linoleum Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. and i, Miss Dot Johns. Ed Hicks and 1 Pivorrf and rrMiir.iti"ii "f in.uil-\ !1'" Plaintiff .- At'-rnt-v. T Fi.ink, \>M- I"! >
: and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and of Mrs.V.. H. Struth and I pattern*. 7'Je auuri| > :utl. daughter Mary Sue and Sally Ann. Mr and Mrs. Fred Jenkins i>f I|i fu name ha> l>.-.-n 1'1",1 l ,...;;iiu.-t ''uin I
their guests the above named I'min .mil i-.ni>- 1111111111//L11111 .
I family have moved out to liai-t F'lirniture {'o. and Mary Ella Turner wore oihp'I Jacksonville attended the rodeo in . 11/ILlL1L1L1L111L1111L11LLlll
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Struth. I and you ar. r.-qu'red| i \ .1 to.f \
Miss Kate I
home on Kingsley Lake. in Jacksonville Ocala I| pl.-a.lniK' I.. Mi..
...1 Mrs. EWe Johns spent from ping last Friday | Sunday your answer : ..
complaint the I'laintiff.A't. -
on
Wednesday till Friday visiting her:,' afternoon. i, Connie Lu Heelers $;$3.93: I jij pry, T Prank l.aiidrum. :St.nk-\ 4I EASTER CARDS
niece Mrs. Randolph Crosby in Russell A. Eberle, regular fireman 'j and $6.)5; !); at Stump's.: i i ij Florida, and file the original "> !h.'
National CircuitCHAMPIONSHIP !I I : office[ of the ri''rk uf the rn.n.t 4
Grand Lake City. While there she also is. confined
I. i in the Veteran Mr. and Mrs J. E. Powell and : I'liUrt "" HI'. before the 1 Hth ,Lt"I' 4
visited Mr. and Mrs. Call Dobbs. Hospital. Lake City. for treatment.Mr. I SOIl. John. Jr of Jacksonville were''I II April. I!';J2.;:! otlu-rwi.-e th- all. K.Itions 4 4

Miss Mary Alice Hutchinson of I and Mrs. Vasco V. Hazen ,I weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. j "nf..d of said "inplamt by you u ill l I" i.iki na I 4 The Most lieautiful', Lint HY Han 1 11'lad >

U. of F. was the guest of Miss attended the rodeo in Ocala las C. A. Knight. This notice shall toe published 14 I I4
Barbara Houpt over the weekend. i and also tiiviri! once each week for four oonM'ctitiv '
Sunday
picked up j Sheriff and 'weeks in the Bradford ('..unty Tele
Mrs. P. D. Rc-idish.
4
I Rev. ; .
and Mrs.[ T. G. Mitchell \
Late Model son and daughter. Jimmy and i 'j'graph.! -<
were in Jacksonville Tuesday.i i Patrolman Q. Fillingim and D-JU !, Iiatnl this 12th d.t! > ..i M.II.I. i i' -' Koch.svinha\'( '
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Marcia who had
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Kay been visitingtheir j Ray Tilley were business visitors! (OFFICIAL SEAL A .1 Thomas 4 .
| Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight | : /1
(19504152)I spent uncle and aunt. Mr. and Clerk of the Circuit Court. 4 .
STOCK 1[ Thursday shopping in Jacksonville.' J. P. Hazen over the wtf'kend.11' Mr'-'I j I in Bu.-hnell last Friday evening ]By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy.'. Clerk I
I I I 11' I I IITI1 a large
I Mr. and Mrs. Weaver and Drew Mr and Mrs. Jesse Kewsonr.e 'j : =
j ::\ and Mrs. \V. H. Bryan an I j .
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Reddish of Gainesville were Sun- : j t had as Sunday guests Mrs. H. J.I j ji '( : n. .trrn.tu .4 .
Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. of Gamt'st{ .
day guests of Sheriff and Mrs.P. i Xewsome and daughter Joyce", of In Clrruit Court, llrniHurd {'Oil 01,.
ville were dinner guests 01 Mr. :I riiiridni In ('hftnt' r". Selectionof I l
: D. Reddish.Mr. Gainesville. James \' Sh.-.-'h.\lI.I, I'l.i! 4
j jI i Ititt' I \ -
and Mrs. J. E. ::
RACES and Mrs. L. :0:. Pickering Hardy Monday Bran! I' :Sh..h.in. l >. f. ii.l.mt
and son. Michael evening. i I Mrs Fri Guand. daughter, 1 ,C.IVo: '..r,_'', I ) r .
v were visiting ; .. .
vI j friends at Jacksonville Beach on'' T" Mrlira.; I' :'11,1"1 u ho.re.iden.f .
I! Sunday. : patterns, 7<>(. a squareard.. i I and Mr.: Z Adkl1ls.I I'I'I and addr.i.i. L'" t E.: .-t 4 4 -
JACKSONVILLE SPEEDWAYI' 'Hart Furniture ('o.Mfrs. Tue-day ;,1',1 i\Veiln.-i-day IMHh :Str.t. New YoiK' 4 J- il rte r 1
Mrs. I. N' Breazeale and Judge I I y..13n' hereby nottf'-.l chat a Easter \

j and Mrs. E. K. Perryman attended j P.. ivoolbeck of jasper If ;, eeVNee =
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I "The Creation" by Haydn sung I visiting her daughter. Mrs B. C | 4 .... .. ..
P.M.I I by the Youth Choir at the Presbyj'i 'Holtzendorf and Mr. HoHzendorfi,I : ------I 4 4 i items t.
March 16,3 'this week. i I .. ,
Sunday terian Church in Gainesville! on : j i .
,;, Sunday. J. D. Doyle attended the institution ]I : t 4 4

Time Trials ... 12:30.2:00 :: Mrs. S. T. Dell and Mrs. Lee Graham of the Clermont-Groveland I I SPECIAL 4 C
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Elks Lodge in Clermont N" -- --ee eeeeee.Neeee------ .N-e
'52 Hudson Hornet.. Tim I of Gainesville were visiting Saturday : 4 .
driving I
Marshall league .
See
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. 'evening.Mr. 4 \
Flock. Fonty Flock, Olds Bill Carden, Studebaker E. Wilson Saturday afternoon.Mr. J'j! and Mrs. R. S. Bird of Jacksonville i FILM DEVELOPING 4 Large & Small t

, ."Lee Petty, Plymouth Red Duvall, Packard : and Mrs. C. E. Hernwall and I and Charles E. Knight of j i .4 1 .

Bill Miller, Ford. Mrs. R. H. Russell have as their U. of F. were guests of ('01. and t EasterBASKETS

I house guest Mrs. Al Downey of I Mrs. D. E. Knight and Ho'.lis; V. l any 8-exposure roll -44 I

'Madison, Wis. :| Knight on Sunday. : !
Jim Seiple was home over the Kenneth Johns frow: F. S. U.I\I developed and printed 4

I wet'kend'isiting his wife and Mr. I spent the weekend with his parents :\ C I 4
Jumbo
THEATRE Size :
and Mrs Clayton Strickland of Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. Johns, Sr. :I I 4
I I Kingsley Lake. He just returned \ \ 4 ._. _,,, __ ,
STARKE I Mrs. :-:. K. Hurst of Indiana I 4 I inPLASTIC I I'4 4 --eeNMeeeeee NiNfi.ee N
from a .six weeks cruise to Cuba Pu'
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polis, Ind. visited her brother : it
4
aboard the USS James.Dr. I T.I i I PLENTY OF CANDY
E EI.IE
H. Slade and Mrs. Slade on I
Dedicated To Community Service and Mrs. H. H. Adams and ALBUMS 4
p.
I day and Wednesday.Garland I .
Movle Are Better Than Ever" i family visited Dr. and Mrs. Mark Godwin was home for COMPLETE[ FOR. 4 .\ KOl'IfS YOl'K IIKAIXU'AUTKIIS t
| E. Adams in Perry on Sunday. Mrs. 4
Tues. Wed.Iar.:\ IS 19 Carrie the weekend and took back with I'I'I t TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT : 4 j
Sat., Mar. 15 ONLY I Adams of Jacksonville is FOR EASTER GIFTS E
him to Port St. Joe, his wife and
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making an indt'finite'isit with her j SPECIAl LASTS UNTIL EASTERDAHMER'S i
FEATURE -
BIG DOUBLE
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son's baby Bob, to make their home
family. I ,
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I i there where he is in the I t 1111111111/1/111111111/1AAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA1/ !
working
..,1or $53 Xou can Friends of Mrs. R G Haile will | :
him HAYDEN 1 TUCKER WHELAN regret to hear of the passing <>fihei i St. Joe Paper Mill. I '
own ; brother 1'. M. (Curtis of !! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor of Jack p.j

-BODE AND DAM SOUl! r RUSH JORY ARLEN & Springfield.Mr and Mrs Ohio Jesse last Saturday.Smith and:' Mrs.-onville Bertha spent Pearce.the weekend with i GIFT SHOP i Koch Drug Store I

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family visited relatives in Perry on Friends of Mrs. Wilbur Scott j Starke Fla.
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DURYEA. \- Sunday. \ will regret to hear of the passingof <' _._
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Maiden Form Urassiers at her sister Mrs. Arthur Weil-.' .. .. ... .. ,
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1 0 St ump' i in Winnipeg. Canada who shed ,- ''';.:..t;; __ "'_- _-i.p ,; -.".:.'-- '--. _' (1.-''.-_ .;. f;-"\-- -.,....: _'- t- __, ,":- '- .

Mi and Mrs. Max:' Carter hada 1 Tuesday. i

guests during): the weekend Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shallet and I I'I

1 Randolph Crosby of Lake Cty and( i''I Don flay Till..y were dllllwr g\ll.-t! '

Mr and Mr Henry Carter of of Mrs. Shaller's sop -inIaand

1tur'D Maxwell.Mr daughter. Mr and ails Jim :Brown

: and Mrs. J. C Fog,; visited I Godwin at the State Faun S a' 1,1'

AI"O "Little Problem (CartiM. :Mr and Mrs. Louis Dempsey in I day evening. CLOSING OUT SALE
Graham Sunday eveninsr. I j Mr. and Mrs. Al K. Cart'.'I', were
"Husky Parade" Short and Latent .
fI IwwA WorM l News 1 :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmas i Inv'!

and family spent the weekend in I

Jacksonville with the H. E. Gunter 1!I Col. and Mrs. \\'. F \l\\w >If

NILE aoli91a LWGIDY 1 family. i Sanford were guests fffr:: and IMfrs. !I

SUTTO ('Ills twotr Thur., Fri. Mar. 20. 21BnDAY j :Mr. and Mrs. Robeit Butler ofI I J. B. Cottrell on Tuesday of ,

13.1 ao.r RMoll W hlr.rd trllnr Si I Hollywood were' weekend guest last week. Col. Rung-. who has J Yes The BRADFORD CO. Is

of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnol pent the past two and a half
1'lus 'Tweiet Music" Cartoon and ;"" 1 W4 Mrs. Hazel Spears returned from I years in Korea, was formerlyta I I, ,

Don Dare Devil Serial 10. Tampa with Mrs. J.V.. Kincaid I tioned at Camp Blanding. I

Sun., Mon. Mar 16, 17 \\a E Girt I on few Monday days as and the guest remained of Mrs.for O.a I! I

Out Of Business
L. Beasley and Mrs. Kincai.l before ELECTYOUR Going
rt. I II
"XXaiy Grant1BetsyDrake
I G 4e11 C.n I Catlettsburg returning Ky.to her home in I I

\1 I New Spring shades of Hole-

R M MFoRIONE proof Nylon hose at Stump's.i GENE March 15th
i Miss Joann Dinkin: of IT. of F Begining Saturday
MORE YN(>R L 1 1N I' spent the weekend with her par ,

-...... ents. Mr- and Mrs. L. F Dinkin
JACK ROSE M MEWU SHAVEISON L Mrs. H. F. Darby of Lake City'

.e.p BIANKE NORMAN waeIICNRY TAUROG l .tr.S was the guest of the P. M. Bare l LONG
Plus! "Fox in a Fix" Carton' an(I ALL MERCHANDISE WilL BE OFFERED FOR SALE
AlsoLife.. With Frwthen. Cartoon Si'reening of Country larson. foots.last Thursday and FridayMr.
and Latest \\urltl News I and Mrs. C. G P.aiksdale

are spending this week at th-u


1 i' ramp Mr: : at and Salt Mrs.Springs.L. E. Jonlmi\ nf' AT PRICE REDUCTIONS RANGING FROM

Oviedo were weekend guests ofI I

Mr and Mrs. T. J. GI'iffu11'

BLANDING DRIVEINDedicated I C. C. Mendoza of Jack'onvillt 1

visited her parents, the Griffins %
1 last Thursday.Mrs. 20 TO 50'
To Mo\ies Are
THEATRE O. P. Dyal and son. Owen
CommunitySenice BetterThan I of Jacksonville -pent the weekend '

A MARTIN THEATRE Ever with Mr. and Mrs A. L. Alvarez

Mir and Mrs. D. A. MoutieU CASH -- PLEASE DONT ASK FOR
MUST BE
Box Office Opens 6:30 P.M. Show Starts 7:20 P.M. and day friends guests of from Mr.Eustis and MrW were Sun H ALL SALES

OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OR FAIR Graham and f..A.mil......v. '

-I I I Star Brand and Poll l Parrot I I TAX I CREDIT

Sun., liar! 16 ONLY Wed., Thur. Mar 19, 29 1 shoes i for boys and girl alf t tr
ALL SALES MUST BE FINAL -- NO REFUNDS NO
T' Slump
CVAVDMfJ? --Pr1cfe of MG3lusirals!\ I ASSESSORaggressive ,
'. I Mrs J H, Fields and11':
COIBERT ? kao 4 r and Mrs. Herbert Green spent the EXCHANGESNote

1J'I I weekend in Cocoa \'isitin1tr: : and'
seRr :Mrs"\V. H. Ford and MrP 0
J.
carptnter. Mrs. Field remained
YOUNG I J f' thero with her sisters for a week' honest

GEORGE 5 I II 1 I visit. to fellow Merchants Additional Discounts will
i Also "Cue Ball Cat" Cartoon Warrant Officer and Mrs R J Qualified our
I
BRENri i- Andrews and daughter. Barbara

Fri., Sat. Mar. 21, 2:! lean have moved from CheL>a. \ Taxpayer: who i j.* Tax- be Granted to Those Making Purchases of $100 or More.

Mass to an apartment on F. Ma I ('on-dou.: . who will
: .IDE M (son street while Mr.: Andrew ha.
discharge the duties of
.. been transferred to the J al k-'r.- :
office in sincere
thi a
.SA the Naval hospital. Ht' is a
brother of Mrs. R. O. DansbyMrs. and impartial manner.I 3

Susie Griffin of Jackson- ,
Also "Candy land" Cartoon I \\ he at your :serviceat Bradford Hardware Co.
vale was a weekend guest of Mr
all times and take
and Mrs Leslie Biggs and! family
)Ion., Tues. Mar. 17. IS t tI
|
opportunity to express -
I Mr and Mrs. R. O. Dansby' and every

II k, family visited Mr. and :MrG B my appreciation for

II I tIXr evening.Williams in Lake City Fr.day :your confidence. OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY... 9:00: A.M. .- 7:00 P.M.

x
I KRhrwl f Mrs. W. K. Wilder of Pine Castle i I will welcome and re
BANK
NEXT DOOR TO THE
I ; was the weekend guest of Mrs. FayGUI I sped your Note and support.

t 1',' and Mrs. Mae Edwards. They I .
I } I also had as Sunday guests Mr- and Starke, Florida

L Mrs. C. G. Prescott of JacksonvilleMrs. ,
h.Orne
Also "Greatest Man la Slam" : ,1',1.! a h. paid for .
\\ B Dowling and Mrs! Jpo Long JI i
Cartoon I Also "Fish FO" Cartoon "' J '-- 4' _
F Doyle visited! Glen S, Mary I : .- -- '_ - - -- -- --:- -:. : 7" __ ._ : :-::;,.
i nursery last Friday. 'i-









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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDAMaximum

nan.\\ :\1.\1111., !It'', '
his pig losses to a minimum. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTThe 'f That is the first 990 m s.-.x' AfUi ,

Use Pigs utilize feed more effectively i then J"I>h the mustard i an.j tin. Auto Junk Due Congress Replenishes I Marine
Life And Times i ii I Separatees
Of Feed Stressed l than other animals, but they nips were plentiful: H-\vt\e. I BROOKER To Start
f Moving j Housing Loan
In will make higher gains from their Of New River FolksBy believe I have one non qua it 01 Fund May ReenlistAt
HogsLower
Raising
feed if they are protected from Jessie Lee Lazenby peas in freezer. I i Mrs. f'. J. Len I I II By April 1st l] For Veterans Old Rating

hog prices and higher parasites! and provided with green i Mrs: Lacy Johns still ha- a f*:,w I

feed prices than in several years grazing crops, protein supplement, AVAL of those lovely Pink Perfection I \V. :1(. l'. :MeetingThe Automobile wreckers of Brad- The U S House of Represent The r.IlIIlt' t'orps ti.ts

emphasize the importance of max- minerals and fresh clean water. Eddie and Delma Peere and I camellias on her large bush. It I Woman Missionary Union Cord County now have until April lives by unanimous 311toO'utt..' IK il I II- Miles t"+ permit '

imum utilization of feed in raising In a test at the North Florida Experiment daughter June, who have been seems to me it would have bloomed had a very enjoyable Executiveand 1 to get their old automobile junk recently authorized $125 million tc ': legulais and \reserveshn :

swine Dr. Oliver F. Goen. animal Station, Quincy, six I visiting Delma's Mr and i I itself out by now. Business meeting at the home moving into scrap channels. replenish the original $150milhorfund s-parated themselves rinr\,
parents ,
husbandman with the University pounds of minerals meant a difference Mrs. Earnie Southerland, for a The river is still on the rampage. of Mi". Lloyd Dyal. Tuesday after I. Information received here from given the Veterans Admim Corp to reenlist within m- :;

of Florida Agricultural Extension of more than 200 pound few returned It better go down so some of these noon :March 4, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. : Merrill C. Lofton regional directorof tt rat ion to make direct home loan of their separation without l h'-
of required tc days Sunday to then I the U. S. Department of Commerce to veterans in areas where 4 I I rank according to Sta-.t S.
Service, advises farmers. in the amount corn home in West Patterson, N. J. I ole fishermen can begin thinning Eugene Crosby, president was in percent
of gain on those I The in Atlanta was to the et.1 private loans are not available James T. Wimpee local M l I:
"The ratio of the price of hogs produce 100 pounds Earnie Southerland, who has | out perch and bream. There charge. meeting began with '

and the price of feed," DrGoer hogs. Dr. Goen pointed out. Hogs been unable to work for the ,' ought to be a bumper crop this I prayer by Mrs. Ernest Edwards. feet that the National Production !I This House-passed bill will probably recruiter

said, "is more unfavorable to the that received minerals required few months with a heart conditionhas pa year, if high water is and sign. An intere-tmg devotional wa Authority of the Commerce Department I'I be soon approved by the Seu, ,I Sergeant Wimpee.hi."> t -
.
for 100 pound 1 tendered members has just taken action tc .ate and will make $25 million available 'I Starke each Tuesday, said
of Crews
farmer than it has been in a long 538 pounds corn just returned from the hospital Sgt. Doyle i< now sta. to by the President. :
time, and the farmer who does not I of gain, while hogs receiving nc with a gall stone attack. 1 tioned in Washington D. C. i Mrs Dyal served refresh extend the "deadline" for the dL<- I to the Veterans Administration ]( Marine Corps Headquaitt!tlieves
I posing of scrap in auto wreckers'i every three months until June this action will induce '
his minerals required 815 pounds.To The Leon Renfroes and ments. i
get maximum production from I Ervin Andrews had as his week- son Sgt j I J
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obtain maxi Sammie of A Mission yards to April 1, instead of March I 30. 1953. combat-experienced men t olist. : +
farmers Tokyo. Study l'las111 be
help
feed will find it hard to make a Japan spent ,
satisfactory profit from his hogs." mum utilization of their feed for Gainesville.Gene Sunday with M L. Johns held :March 19 at 10 a.m. at the 1 as originally provided in an NPA i It was emphasized in Washington j I I Previously, a brief sips[ ,' .

As every pig, even at birth and hogs Dr. Goen offered these rec. and Mary L. Andrews of I, home of Mrs Earl Willis. Mrs. order. that the additional $125milliordirect I resulted loss of rank.

before it has eaten anything, ommendations: Jacksonville weekend i'I i John Pierce of Starke will teacha The reason for this action, i' loan fund won'! cost taxpayers Those persons desiring u,'
were gue-? was stated, was that many ante a plugged nickel tion on first enlistments "I i 1"
represents a certain amount of Plant millet to provide late I of their parents, Mr. and Mi,. C. book titled "Crusade in Home,' on
and summer grazing. : BAYLESS HIWAY\ : the noon wreckers had complained that they contrary, probably will return tht'I listments may obtain in tea
feed already consumed, the loss! ofa I spring early j E. Andrews. I MissionDuring! hours I .
would not be able to comply with profit to the Veterans tails by visiting Sergeant Wn:
pig from a litter is a loss of feed Provide protein supplementsuch I Floyd Wiggins is home after being BY :Irt. O. E.; CrosbyBajless covered dish lunch will be servil I
the NPA order and their I at the Starke Post Office ,111"j" ,
meal. I All get scrap tion since the veteran recipients of !
and fish ladies
and money and reduces the farm as tankage < are urged to attend. I .
few
of: hospitalized a days IIIGainE's'ille. Annie moving by March 1 because of the I I these loans must have good credit day. His office hours!'! arc .
er's profit from his enterprise.For Be sure of a plentiful supply Armstrong OfferingTen .
Chun'h ="t'\h shortness! of p m l+ispm:
this reason, the animal huc- fresh clean water. Gene Southerland is home tin members of the W.M.U tlmt'I i ratings together with adequate in
in three- R.J E Lailil Iilled hi- t"< ."; met the The order, Mr. Lofton explained.I\ comps before qualifying. .
minerals at
bandman explained, the farmer Provide a week. Says he doesn't like Georgia Baptist church Friday. :1 ---------------- --
ular
salt appointment at' Li.iyle.Hij, :' : applies only/ to from vehiclt'produced All veterans in Bradford Countywho >
should make every effort to holds compartment box- common too he Mar 7 at 10 a.m. and observed the scrap i
got sick there.
up church/
Baptist
ground limestone, and the Florida way Sunday a.i' Annie Armstrong Offering witha prior to 1946. are interested in obtaining Dtrent ':
Ginger Jones of Brooker Television
.
spent was a guest of the Russell! Normans TipsCHARLES
r BIG IN '51 : ,. Agricultural Experiment Station one night last week with Maxim' '' for dinner. nice program. Prayers were The order was issued as a reutof Housing Loans from the Vet

., mineral mixture for hogs.If Andrews. rendered by Mrs Henry Hodge the gave shortage of iron and erans Administration! are urged U
i >!. Attention I contact A. J. Thomas, Jr. )h". ..' n
pigs become infested, use recommended Surely did miss Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Beulah Harrell Mrs! teel scrap in the country which II
!
for control of Put on your old gray bonnetwith ; Eugene Crosby read was not? Veterans Service Officer anti: 111..'t.
interesting
an only
sprays Dodd threatening the na
(Midge) at church Sunday. the blue ribbon on it. riank
BIGGER IN 52
external parasites such as lice, and She attended Bible Conference i in I II devotional scripture. Tho-e I tional program of defense, but also application.
Ford and Chevi- *
ole
,:::':....}:.'.. use sodium fluoride properly for Columbia, S C. ,iup your taking part on the program \\'t're'l, the operation of many steel' and alleviate .
Come on out to Bay less Highway I : ing to the presentshortage. ,
control of internal parasites. I Mis. Mildred Harrell. Mrs R. F foundries, including some in Georgia .
Mural Crews i i.s the list .
I on sick [ What for? Haven't YOu' heir : "I reel that the i d'.1'we
this week I Gano. Mrs. Howard Wait. Mrs I where !scrap is needed for the'
I about our big day There will bfI > have not lost! more open-h. ...rturriait / TrPIFFICULT
l Growers Joe Earl \VillN and Miss Iva Mao manufacture of new -tc. I I.I IMr I. i i
Lazeuby home last
e Pecan was I a program all day and! dinner '< this \\ II1tt'r wa due iiraliv '

.Y. i / I Decide Fate weekend and I was gone. I spelt served at 1 p.m. so we'll be Us. Lewi- I I : Lofton Praised: tin/ KHJK I 1 '! .! ) to the tonnages of -r< .t i; i I

sb May the weekend in Jacksonville visiting appointed if'P don't see you Dining the noon hour meninc"-- ] lion "i'f auto uriikfi-, '::11 lard.ilopl metal! dell\..ltd. n\' auto WI'I't( kt'l FOR

Of Marketing SetupThe relative! and more relative? There will be plenty of parking i' enjoyed delicious refreshments (i'.,unty 'nd thin d" a .' fit II'' he ...,1).1'I! I I SOME FOLKS
Those TO
BE HOWESTTUE
| from here the
,., from Georgia came down.'f and sitting space. attending . . . . .AAAAAA" . . . , I
4 f U S Department of Agriculture just seemed to be unable to get I !I lYrMin.il I Singing Convention at Union Bap. ------------------------AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I WHEN SQUEEZE COMES
.. ..-.m ....... has announced that a referendum shut lewsj I i I list Church in Gilchrist County
enough eye and I feel aboutas j l 3 We Have
I ]Hear it's a boy for the Paul! C
will be held--probably i in last Sunday weie. T. B. Pinholstor I 11
if I'd had
i Stunning New a "Lost Weekend"i I'Faulkners. Don't know his name. l NACO
GI
April to determine whether pecan Sunday we had spare-rib i I Coy Edwards C. J Crews!' and Mrs 4 i
1 i; Seems as though he made his ar I iI
.J in the production Eva Harrell and daughter I
17JewelELGINS cue
growers at one cousin's. Those! were rival at Glendale on Monday I I I
.
t of Georgia Alabama, Florida the best barbecued ribs I've Yvonne I l Z }
area evereaten I :March 10. Will tell next
t Mississippi, and South Carolina I shall get his recipe and j week about him. Now you more )I Mrs. T. \V. Markey. :Mrs Evan 51AL'
::1 j we wish tI < I FERTILIZER E f
Hodges [rattie Sowell
terminatingthe ant1Mis
I favor continuing or give it to you. They were cooked congratulate the proud parentMrs. -.. I i
.
order program currently outdoors .I I E. J. Lewis attended the Par-
oak
,:f. marketing over an smok I! :: J. R. Kelly and daughter p.p.
..
; in effect. Now back to Joe I saw him a few i rish-Carlton shower at Mrs Olin I
1ft; :::';::;::"" '::""'-' ": All growers in these states whc minutes Sunday before he hat Kathryn.Saturday treked on over a shopping to Jacksonville to-i- :[; ParrLsh's home in Dukes last H4 OF VARIOUS KINDS IN STOCK p.= w l1 1

;: j Thursday afternoon.
; in 1951 produced pecans for market "business" in Starke. t Glad to meet Mrs Doling sister I! j p.p. ,
opportunityto Mrs. The community was saddened tr
will be given an J. P. Hammond and daugh f iof Bernice Kelly, from Folkstor: p.p.
Ballots will be mailed tall c ter Betty were Nan hear of the death of G \V. Hazen
vote. visiting
Moody: She is visiting here for a while. 5 SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY : !
known growers in the five Thursday and Friday. I He will be missed very much. Our
II I The Gordon Joneses and daugh
I state area. Ballots will also' be Leslie Sapp was home from I sympathy goes out to the berea\ed -4 pp. I
ter. Carolyn, and Miss Jo AnrI I
made available to growers throughI Gainesville struttin' a newer model l family. ,
Marketing Administration I Ford. i I Norman were visiting in Brooke Mr. and firs T. W.Iarkey I Ne axoid) the squeeh> practicing
I production and I:I
far AstWl. : Committee offices in i important Think Charley and Eloise Cowen I. Sunday. spent Sunday with Mr and! :\11'i i CONWAY'S SERVICE STA. I e\erjdaj honesty with our
33" The tractors fmir
A. f I are going ,
pecan producing ('ounticrIn are counting the days now 'fore 1 early till late. Seems a> thoigl'i / Butler R. K. Dukes! and family at Lake I customersChas.

MX the five-state area, and maybe they can move into their new home. i ,I
everyone is trying to get see i ir
@ {I obtained from D. K. Young Lacy Johns is getting ready tc At UNION BUS STATION I
in the ground, but I think Oscar: cast includethe comedy team of 1 I C. Shepherd
More "beauty' more Field Representative Fruit anc* plant. Has! his land mighty pre t- I. I .
4 *
c-.I than be- and Sherman Crosby were a !httl Smith and Dale Buddy Bat r ,1/1.1./ 1 I
accuracy you Vegetable Branch, Production and ty. Templee.. --- Starke., Fla.
=
MtiPOWU lieved possible at such too anxious. Last Tuedayheii many others. | I (;lUarunteedRADIO
Marketing Administration, S. E I See Cleo Andrews Red; 4 > II I
AUttrittiis a sensational low price! dragged 1 the rain was pouring down they "Baby You'll Never Be Sorry",
,4 ti
ED SIMPSON I Marketing Field Office 50-i B' to P. T. A. Tuesday night. TheseP. j were still planting, when Bmg >' is a specialty number sung by Ei!' !t. p.p. &. T\

Street, N. E., Atlanta 5. Ga. T A, meetings are for th'down' 5 What Takes NACO'S t
I goes the tractor to Chili die Brat km :ind Gloria DeHaven I it GOT
The marketing order programunder Parents and Teachers. not jut ". Sales and Sen inI'h. -
'
:jit took half the neighbois in g It Be;;au :.n Yllcatan"IS; a 110\1) I'

GEM JEWELRYSeaboard which shipments of pecan "Poor Teachers Association" a?them 1 out. In a few days thcti I -e 1 TV' inn: h, !<. it'intifj' } An| 4 >*
grown in these states are regulated most folks! seem to think. {l again and got stuck again C'i( :I"I .l.Ull I11L' 1I11t'r''i I VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I I 2:1: !) Starke
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became effective September Bill Banks is butte learns .
planting I one by experieiue -n '>
20. 1919. Under provisions of the beans this week. Will be glad 1 told.I .

Railway program all pecans shipped frort'the when pet and beans come i I I 111and Mrs Herbeit :--1 n: i 9
five-state area: for in-shell distribution I B
Watch InspectorStarke I land baby, Lamar, of t'11I.11 iii!
must be inspected and average quality of pecan distributed spent the weekend with H.'rh, ,
it
Fla. I meet minimum standards of quality in-shell in order to stimulate I folks the Eddie Normans Thf\'

and size. The general objective consumer demand and improvegrower started home but had to MM... afe fnis car cnan e f e in usfr
of the program is to raise tht
$1 A WEEK liiys Any ELGIN I I returns! I, of back little because Lamar.of the Sure seiious hope iilnt te'-.


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1 Saw Mildred Modlin of Sevill.N

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See TV In Your Guess who I saw riding horse a F < HighCompressionMileage
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r tow:' 110(}-h.p.
iii the pretty cow girls are not HighCompressionMratoSlar
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"imd Western rodeos are they / V-8

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,rIo,' have moved to Gainesville. 1 rr to slay beautiful
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, (\Rnlll. 19.i": l' \nf r\T'l
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TYYTTVTTTTTTTTYYYTYYTTTTTTYYYTYYYTYYTTYTTTTTTTfFARMER'S fV DDT and that ,'nds the lie rTYYTYYYYTYVTYTYYTTTYTTT M!"f1"MKoi.rt A.a Yrrmrn.rrrrmrrrrrnPINE 1V 01 MI F '.. PI' n *

i 855Bought , ,t '
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: \ '
4 a bargain thin week HAMPTON t: .t:, LEVEL I. U

lot: a part bag of onion vets for ? n women atll'lt-ti!!,i thtIV
; -- \DIOKI lO. 1H.M.I, \.Ml
t 1.23 which was cheap only beause I'lly \ M. U Day at Hampton Hap I B Mr-
Mrs M. C. Sweeney11111u1u1uuu1l > II. M. :MrRae.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Adding: Machines and Portable
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J DIARY V they had sprouted and someof I I nit: church Thursday eveningMarch ; Tjpewriters sold on time.-1'ra.l-

them rotten. By the time we I'' 6.Irs.. Don Hill led the1! I (, ford County Telegraph. .

By Sam Mcfiarvey 4 got; through messing with them ws'': This community \tnd> deepest I program of home missions entitled 1 II Rl'W E Hill fdl.'ti\ hn Refinance Your Deht
reg
+ ( : v ushed that Sam hadn't been a | empathy; to the bereaved family '"They do not know." Rev R C I ulai i With a 20-Year-5"y II1I..ft'.tI
: appointment at Pine Lt>\e' XVTICK or I\TP.NTIO
The author will be glad to receive TO
'
: bargain> hunter You usually get | I nf[ Adam H Kelsey of Theressa I Gray spoke on sacrificial giving Baptist Church Ut Sunday nr.r.iMKit run i noisoir.
morning -
\
items of lnterr concerning what' for. J :Mr, Kelsey. former resident of :following the regular program Noire"- >s h"I..hytit.'n 'li-U thunrtiTPlctif.l I Federal Land Bank
the activities of farmers in j you pay I and ,evening with a large attendance ; ( un.t.v the piIM.. tus
:j I :Hampton will be greatly misses'h! Mrs Gene Birt and Mrs One He and AIrs. Hall ar" .>f "liiptt' r .l I'l:! Ii\\- ?f Fl!?rnta Farm Loans
Bradford County. Suggestions: may .\"t'" of lMlV I II! ,
Hicks w ill be hostesses for the !*|fl I t. !I' with tielr
: i be left at the Telegraph office or 4'' Our RoadideIarket:: is one i jyear I in both civic and religious circle I \'Isitingfriends in Plant City and \ ik of It-.. .lr,-ua ,'''Urt in T.I
4 old this week and we get I ;of this area. A large number of regular monthly meeting: at the Orlando this week f,>r Prirlford f nuntvState i.f PI"ri.1a ,-
: mailed to Sam McGarvey, Law ley, of Hampton friends attended the I 'churl! Thinsdav, :Man lo, .it I m''" ro.-.Mpt nf pro.f or imliliciti n, W. BUY'
kick
quite a out remembering : >n nf this ,rir ,
n- > the
Quite a crowd from this ? futt"u:
an< >
62-2 ,
7 > : : N Main StrGainesville. '
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: our first customer who bought one funeral in Theressa Sunday aftt-i I ,other I Inlinef DOTLK Thp ri. .in'.r. nn ,
.111111111u11111V/V,111uu1AU1l/u1/Alull sections attended the >oui? 110.1' vi h .'li I am i1I"n! ,>sv i ii' Fu'l, ILDINL i
1,lOc bunch of green onions. Our noon.MIS' 1 rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYlLAKE ,, people* Fellowship Meeting at : IS? west 'all St S'lrI,,-, FL.rida
Looking around for another bagi '(double treated) by T. K. McClane 1 5 usiness is growing slowly but ,' Joan Sweeny and Mrs Fiei' < Magnolia Church near Branford ..(t J .If'ff'rs"n r> r.>>'I.! >, Sts.owner St.irko. I'"! 1 Flnndai :M,>nrn.T >>

of Irish potato seed, as the bag' ]Hate to keep -editg the eight !steadily and the more it grows the Dodd attended the Spring Con j GENEVABy Friday night of last week. I dated (It-] :fist! ..Inf Ki'lirn.irv -
i rascals out of "sack1, but what.I of .4P I..-.;. at Stark; 1J.\.t'r,!
we planted is lost, due to the very]) a I 1101'1''ORK is involvedVe often Terence Columbia Bible College i .Tame and Lynn McRae attended roomy. FI'rid.\

wet weather we've had lately. Got | 'else can you do with feeder pigs ire seen sitting out in the Market in Columbia S, C Friday through' Blanche Cunningham the! birthday party given in honorof i s-i 4t : !nTO

about a dozen plants sprouted | ;at thi time of the Yl'ar. when and our neighbors like to tease u? Sunday They wet e joined there 1111111111111111111111Rrct .J Daniel Alvarez at the home of I \oTIrI: \i'i'nn

from the whole bag. so we'll replant i> ]the price is so. low" And it is toe I ibout taking life easy but take for the weekend by Miss Nornv !! his Mr. : la'Irerlt rnrl, Bradford t "nn".
and Mrs.
'nt t the home parents O. R ,
I 'bad also that we cannot have them word for it have of I guests in of rUrlrta: In fhaneery.Pau
Last we had no trouble our -we a tough Sweeney Bryan University I
year Mis. Ida Gentry amt with potatoes at alljust practically on pasture for that way they, J}job on our hands. i, Tenn. Rome? and Sylvia Ann i j J ; ,, Jahn-u, Irene fJc'harol. P..f,'ndu,'
could root for part of their feed, I Dodd of have Lillian were Mr ani 1 MrsV.. O Rudolph Pope of the 1T S Air CaN 'I...,.'
stuck them in the ground II I Keystone Heights i \ttiee To lppnr.
Watkins and Mr :md! M1 John Force was a recent visitor of
and they themselves and but they are at an age when they Our red pullets are beginning, been guests of Connie Sweenev. Tn' .rnhn>ie Irene nuhar.l--. 'i -.,
grew Reirdnn, Jacksonville! Mrs K. G. Arley McRae. I re''idi.n. f i la: R..ut 1. B,>\; ri 1 I.',
are beginning to roam, and we t to about 20 !
produced a good crop. But so far lay now; we get egg Malcolm Smith of Bradentorwas noir X f
Richards and :Mrs White and ,
:-011 Those who
this year looks like a lot of head don't want to start chasing pigs :a' day from them, and the number i iof recently visiting Hamptor enjoyed an hour of 1 You are htrebv notified that a
Jamestown R. I., Mr. a 11'1 ?Mrs. singing and musio at the horn of nit for dixorcv has h"'niI..d
aches. all over the County. c eggs: is rising steadily. It certaintY j friends He is now pastor of a ( against
Fred Haase and son. Chicag >, Mr: and Mrs yon in thilioto nani
,
Roscoe
is relief income \ m"1 Builington ed Court and \Ve offer the .r
I a to get some Baptist church at Bradentor. cause and you are required i 1HUpl. < Starkrund
Comfort the black yearling heifer We know how to prevent a fro-t. | from! them after putting seI i i ]Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. t'hri-eliberry in Starke Monday night were Mis or to pleading serve a copy to the of your answer -
Starke Mr. and Mrs. Bert Busbee, Alice Reddish :Miss complainton i I
has been going just about It seems that when it is threatening 1 much into feed, etc We get about Mis Xita Johnson Thursday Sherley Mc the Plaintiff's Attorney. Evan vh-init> one of the most i,
I, spent -
I Silver Springs and Mr and Mrs Rae Mr. and Mrs Tony Gonzales T. Evans and Neal H Eyans..rr.
where she pleased around our all we have to do is go out in: ;a like number of eggs from our j t through Saturday with her Elmer Howerton, Bowling Green, Mrs. V. E Thornton Ins: T.aw Rxohange Building Ja.ksonville modern anti finest equipped '
place, particularly when she discovered the middle of the night and 1 1I white, hens and sell our eggs on ]brother. Dewitt Prevail and family Jimmy Florida and file the ordinal : ,
covers I I Ky
Thornton. in the
I Arley and Benny Me office of the Clerk of the
that our fence wire is up any tender plants and then | I our[ Market about as fast as they': Circuit Court welding (.hops a li where.
in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Nut'les of Rae and Mrs B. M. McRae on or before the Slst I )
pretty badly rusted. She got in the We have no frost. But brother ally j ;are laid. Folks really like to get''' Indiana day of Mirch. II! :.!. i.therwi t..- All Work
,
last week's GuaranttedSMITH'S
Mrs. Fred Whidden left were guest; Mr the allegations of
Sunday and Mrs. Raid
H M McRae Complaint
Kitchen Garden times in :*fresh I sp.ntlast
three one j we have to do is forget for one eggs. i of Mr. Nuttles' Will ho tajjen Alt ronf"l'l'l'd I
grandmother Mrs by yoU
day, and just about ate up a small ,night and then we get a good week in Jacksonville with This notice shah oe published
i i iWe i Wm Nuttles. Also visiting"Granny" relatives .onrn'arh week for four GARAGE j jAM i
and
planting of Early Jersey Wake-1: frost! had a triple row of beets in were accompai.ielhome .. in the Bradford ron"III11'w..k.
I we made another of were heson and County Tele. i
away row Monday by their daught.r.Mr graph:
field and that time I
cabbage by we I I t the garden which was not groing'ilt ) \
them in the middle of the bed. Will daughter-in-law Mr and Mis A. F, Hall and children" 11"01 1111'* -:'th day of ..hruan MACHINE SHOP ;
decided she had roamed enough. I We get a lot of help on weather < a11. Alice put some lime on II Ray Nuttles. of Wesconett. III;;!.
So we put a yoke on her, and tc forecasting from our barometer.,} i them hoed them and now it look put some "soda" to them to see if Sunday visitors of Mr. and I I (Or'-f'T. SE\u A J. 'Thomas TI'III111ee.. Starke Ii I II j j'her
: we can't Mrs. H has fr, "'!1""k ,. ,
Ayres returned f
I grow some good top> >m :Mrs. J. W th I'Irruit C.urt I
the time of this writing she has \Ve watch it and even if the sky i if:: i as if they are starting to grow I! to Miami. McRae were Mr ate! Hv 1" rll.. T r'. l' "r l p.flt a
settled down. Butch is wearing a I overcast, and it looks like rain, if'' :again. Growing beetsis tough I trip Mrs B M. Myi ick and daughter ,>f 1 I -.., \' '-..I

weaning device, so he and Comfort the barometer is rising we assume)11 h ere. We have been fortunate so far Mrs. Ray Forsythe. :\ Memphis Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon 1'----- __._ _. ...
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together each have their "gadgets"to that it will not rain and doggoneif with our berries, for if our figure Cai Ison, and Mrs. B. Sapp and children, Mrs T :X I I
i
wear. the barometer isn't right just''! We cut under last year's bt rry I are correct we have already sold ham spent Thursday in Javkr-on- I Norman and son Gerald of Hei1! t hen iI

about every time It's a real help]I :]paten, and lamented the fact that enough to pay for their co
Blondie' pigs were weaned last ]Ito us. ii I we plowed under so many plants. I from now on any income from I I Lt. Bishop Mynck, wife and I of Lake Geneva Mrs, n.1 Mi ,,1 you GAS I

week and we also had them 1m- ,I i! ]But this week when we were picking them will be profit. But any profit daughter are spending two week Rae, Mr?, L A I"rohan,1.! Mi' i think I

munlzed against hog cholera Planted a double row of Tender- !I :i benies we noticed that a lot of we do make will be hard-earned a? with Lt. Myrick* mother Mrs I and :Mrs Rpert t. t :Mvn.. T. .ti;.' I of SLADE !
I I who has raised j Sue Myrick. Lt. Mynck nas been daughter< } Ki i I" i v
green beans in the Kitchen Garden:;, 'the old plants are up again and anyone ever berries I Think of

I and made ,sure that we did notii: growing, 'so we decided that if I will agree. Of course when we | stationed i Memphis.. Tei.a and I I, .
I
Let Us Thoroughly burn the seed with fertilizer for:, I they want to grow that much I Iwe'll figure a crop we do not consider ; as soon as his leave j is up wi'I' g' i! ; j Ij Our service includes eit' Itiilam I
or Propane
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we just did not fertilize at all. help thl'm. so we'll set them the cost of our labor, for if we did Norfolk, Va I

Wash Your Clothes Will attempt to side-dress the'i I
plants with fertilizer after they'' : for next year. ,"speaking of our berries we have t. ht n i ,.:'he \1 "K'.' ...i i ;" "J!,

9 Pounds are up. Also planted a doublerowof j i i dust with sulphur this week toi \\ ( ,\ ,' Sp, nil;, i II I o tinder {ins tlllatiunith any 1:

i Surecrop wax beans in the gar '' Alice set out a dozen rhubatrrions 'have some damage to om plait! h\ If sun l.ir n "''%.. hoer or I'lifDon F R E E I

For 40c! den and will u*e the same method which she brought back red spideis. t crab a dls>.h<.,rl zeal start I t flange: pure! ased in our Store. .

of feeding them Will be mighty, with her from New Jersey. She I

FREE Bleach If Desired! good to have string beans to eat ] dug holes, put chicken manure in Put some nitrate of -.,1\01! i 'n th On May 6 Vote for I ('all Prompt Florida.m.nar RcndcrersPrrr ofripplril n.ad, ;""It I REALLY Pay)fs to Trade :

Temple Aveu Stacks right out of the garden. : th<' bottom, then some soil then rows of mustard we ha\ ,' in, tht < or \\orlhlr I .. I hestuek :'I I

I, planted the crowns and covered garden. Get a kick out lIt t :1I iMg, GUY ANDREWS I I 1 with LAD C IAS COMPANY[ i
Ph. Jaincsville; :3330: : ) CollectStarke I
Had some sweet from tIE them with soil. Hope we get a I : ,
9 corn "soda", as it acts so quit'kli ?\ I !PHONE 1 121 1
We Will freezer this week and it tasted yield aol we particularly like the ;i s t t Congressman, 8th Dist. or 132: I I

great. Hope we can put a lot ofi: combination of rhubarb and straw- ':'.._--_._,_._,-, -..-,-- -,- -.- -------000
If in the ,
Dry Your Clothes it away this year so that we can! berries stewed together ': anyone Count\ \ nit
some nice, active
healthy
< 111.\ ''ii m
eat all we want of it all year
we will be glad to let them hair al1
For 20c round. I i Got a new wheelbarrow our
sTalked farm from they want from our place We tai
I now a present our
In New Automatic Drier! iI I!! Yankee friend Chet and Agnes spare quite a lot of them partuu
to a Mr. Pierce of Law- 0i
ley about chicken, and he told us Doe. In honor of them we nalT'd laxly the "hateful" ones which just aiIhX

e about a new method (tat least Ifust the thing our "Doe-mobile. It i if about ate up one row of English Sue-F brins oaf +h hI
Put bait
peas. some out but we're
brand
The Washeteria there, of is controlling an "egg lice containing Seems DDT that | colors new,But and the painted first job in beautiful it wa- been afraid done the damage had already i

which you put in the nest and the used for was hauling manure. Tin?- I

t chickens come in contact with the is a working farm and we have sssOur O

1 no room for Ornaments place is drying out now and

*. we hope that \\f won't get rain
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Well we finally pruned th e'' for a while. One thing is sure San I

ti (rust trees in our orchard. Couldn't ;1 won't say again in a hurry that he s in dour

will pick berries in of "1l.
get any "expert" aJvice, so we spite- 0s
or High Water'. For he hay
aid the heck with it. and wentahead sure I

I and cut the trees the way seen enough high water sLMfsri

we t thought they should be Most I

of what we've learned so far about t 0I

tal'l1l1l1ghad been by doing it our Suffered After I I, .. ,

selcand learning ase g". Every Meal Due I '

along: and that is thr way i; I 1'1'r r c e t ,
L. i + r r
ul
hi"ul'l' (h. ;, To Acid Indigestion 7
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i lot; ;a copy of what we think i" :, RenMitlv a lad,, :-1,11"1that\ she ,

a tine, helpful book On corn fion'?! wi-: tumbledith, indigestion af-

T K McClane's office "'hiltmo,1 ter every meal regardless of what

known .' :she ate or how much she ate. Thatshe
ii the contents must be (tuo.t !
had tried about
farmeis, we found it to con i( everything ,
,, '''sold for stomach relief but with
I in a lot of information'llId
''no success until she got INNERTONE. I I II I 4i
will put. to use. We like particnarly She stated she was amaz- I ;
t h. section dealing with ,
COMPLETE i ed with the results when she took /
,'ultivation as it is the first help] rI /
this medicine. Now she eats without / j ;
iv e have found in that
print on
I fear and is free from '
1 subject so far We know that : indiges-:: I '.. .- k&
WITH8 you : tion for the first time in years,:1 >
ant l learn to be a farmer from: : INNER-TONE is the new formula

a book but we do believe that you: of juices from Nature's plant;

ATTACHMENTS .an learn something from every: ; combined with blood building:; I r r > fj

"tie you meet. I I IRON and nerve strengthenin:, i f

VITAMINS B-l. B-2, and B-6. II l'

Mi- Mendoza I of Jacksonville)i'has I I' relieved many people wh)I

REBUILTBY topped at the Market this weeland k'<: : had never been really helped be -

OUR gave Alice a new idea on ser t-. fore by any medicine. Taken shortly ll

FACTORYTRAINED ng broccoli. She puts the stem, before meals it mixes with youi '

food and aids digestion "thus; :
in the i refrigerator, and then whei,
they are cold she slices them am.eie ; | i' eliminating gas and bloat". S<)
EXPERTS 'dun't sufferine1! Get INNER u'' 1
1 like carrot sticks. Ha.tn"trl.'d go on
TON: \; at KOCH DRUG STORE. t
it v.'t, but we will.
(Adv.1 I fj
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Plant..d some Roquet t 'hw.ek ,

r m the garden, and w"- '!'>' -

,.en know what the h' Kexa.th i

!, / g A customer fron, ( ', 11 1 I 7/t-:

keys said that it made womleK 1pZi

: e.'n't' is raised by t';\ K> // -
I I
TWO YEARGUARANTEE andv,' t.Tgot about If', *'(?

eceived a packet of I r ,' he ,lf FLORI!) \' the place to have tin' ill th.s in

,'ust the mail 1' ,.
11111' r m
a So why not get the guoliiK' th '
it well get quite a K ''I )

FULL CASH PRICE'V saying: How would yu' 1 -"<" A the best that's in your car'

ALUAUI.ESPRAYER ; Roquette today" t<- .s. ..e.-s '
D-ive m at }our Gulf deall'r'and fill up with Gulf's SURE-FIRE NO ,1' J''
and then watching thtar. sr 1 .

$ 95 they think to I ht'msl'l\ U nai, 1

are th-se d. Vankefaik'tigahs

for Met6-Prooling, Pointing 'II' Sure-Fire at the start Sure-Fire in traffic Sure-Fire on the road --
'Many Other Utn
e San NO SO\ gets action from WlthGulf'o.so'Quknr. .. SOX power giv -> ',-?<, r S'iinidrij(

PLUS >t, t' planted: some mot ..D LET US CHECK vour motor fast* Saves extra vou've got the power for quirk fnience when pay"r ". r; \ REST RooAIS I

Ditpotablt BogtNoFuuNoMgti ih. week and did not ti-a': 'n. choking' :No wasted gjs response t.aiiv! --mi'l t"' ,t'iin'rtt-, v .vi \ --

,,ed .oak It, or do anything! butuk :pafe> :.oui ha"e> too. smooth grim j* II.. 'J.i ,' u, ",, ."I t GULF. .i\ '. ..kn ., on, I ,
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I Ill I t t I Jvtl Throw Them Away 't in the ground. And! w. .' YOUR FIREINSURANCE .. .... J -.. : '':z:...:;,.:.,': -
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that
bet it will grow for it seems '

Write To-Dav! v.metimes the more you fuss with NOWCharley And rerr.ember-Gult gr' d ; )

thinsth.- le-s sucesc you hamth \'. age everywhere you drive: .
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i I them .

I ME'OXVA uM STORES At last we got started on a campaign ;' itlFi .:
,I ..... .....
out the along
to cut saplings NoHox
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SOS W. Forsyth St Jacksonville, Fla. I II I I Market our highway will be fence.more visible so that to folk our ii i I II i SjJ [}ll [J:1-f ''LAF. j@

demonstration of fully Cut down E. Johns .
would like a free home jour driving through. some

I guaranteed rebuilt Electroluv at $11.93.: at no obligaI |I' with our two-man saw i with Alice I AgencyPhone I

{ration to me. on one end of tt> and then draggedthe I
tree off to the back sedge 1 15 STAKKE. FLA.j .

Name -- ._ _____ __-______________________ I II I gras field. ,i:I l Register & Son Distributor
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Address, .
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I K.IM, ,4ddrril I'Uas Send Specific Iiwtions BCT |1''I 1 1 pie who simply can't throw plant !j resenting( THE TRAVELERS Hartfo
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I PAGE Fjcirr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA

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away to be ewed t'igethel' thi.cDei. I In Circuit Conrt. Bradford CountyI'loriila ''I'; 'I j 0 :'\ 1 ,( .. I ..
I : In < hanrrrf.V T : l f f' i'-1 t 1.rt "i.; > r.'iff: c \
and quilled in Jan. 1933: : .' : t : i Pi V.- T. !1'.1\1! I"i"\! : C'ki | \ :\ 0'" i-i.i, :.v
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i Whoopee. A I iUtt: I I 1"0":; : \ -.- N'.. -" Pv i T. I i\: n- .in.l, \. ,1 1 I' P. 4 '!. rk i.f t-: I c.ri''iit'1'h'maf'CourtM ii t : r H !, I .iw I Pliiili: .:e I r i ITFi.il.t. i

/ [L I I have been crocheting wid l)rd"r Of Pu hi ion lionnd 'oti..tTit 'Jr. I11'" : Law !nt.'h.ini. !l.i: ; t.i i I'y > rte! T I"... v-r. Deputy Clerk ,! \.ll-. art final ,
; I V|>l"-ar; tate fir Florida Tu: .I... k."Ylllo>, Florida and f'J-! toriKinal )h.. I :OTICI: 'in the off-p: ( f -i

,,/ I lace iu number 50 thread. It IF Malira A llat--: whn!>f resident'''' i i- 1 ; I in the office ..i 1 Ii.'I.' ..ikof t S :71: r : > |! T. rmiitor.* anil Debtor Circuit Court. .. on,. or, ,i. .'
II I ATI" 6, Naval Air :Station Corpusfhn.ta. I the Circuit Court 01 '. 'fore TVIIOM IT MAY CONCERN: day of Ms r -
for pillow cases and sheets. I ha.ealways Votice! i i" hereby allegations of I' .
Trxas the 31st day of Mar 1952: :!; Minn: n .trrntii I given to all creditors said "
made a narrow for these Ynu are reijuir tn appear on otherwise the alleg.it i I -' said In Circuit Our*, H mil Curd Cwunly and claimants against the taken A;. confessed h' \ .
rar'-h 14. 12.:; in th ahnam..d Complaint will be ta'I, .. con lle rllst In ('hnncrrT. estate of Homer Cecil Rover to file I This notice hall. .> .
but one morning I went to a town Court[ and fau.e. wherein pl.t ntiff( fessed by you. | :Milton DIM J>. Plaintiff i I \ -. Knuua their claims with the County Judge once each week for f, -i-t.weeks

?'Ill1fn 8urqess /lofir i iPONCA. .t bout twenty miles from here with peeks divorce and restoration of Mae Jt.i\is. 1'<-fi flIt.. II' of Pradford County.. Florida dulysworn in the Bradford C -
This .. to and within eighttltnd.ti' I graph.
maiden name Hradfurd notice shall I l-' I-M' : hed 'asN !010
NEBR. = : Don to pick up the body of an elderly Telegraph hall publish this Cminty Order once each week for foin- ,-.n.-rcu- :.N,, tlr
lady who had passed away. i in next four weekly issues.Witness tire weeks in the Bradford County KIIIIII.I: Mmf'.t\s. whose rt-s- n"tio"I' said claims will iiirt. 1952.OFFICIAL:
ha 4 by statutes of limitations ( ?p. \ 1.1 '
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Tele graph. I lideme and address t'nknown.
thai winter. \ She was in her home in her bed. my hand and official I f I is: Mabel Lilly Rover. 1 'lerk ..i' It" -
\\111'rf-ln I finish pircing my enjoy picture in It i'I I seal l at Starke. Florida. this February Dated this 26th day of February. You are hereby notified that a '

quilt tup. I have M much time for one of my happiness aids In summer I She had on a pretty bed jacket. | 1" 19!I::;. 1952. I[' suit for Pi"or'e'has been filed Executrix: :2! :; 4t :r H 'By >rtl.T! D.-a'-t T' ... ,
'against
OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL SEAL* A. J. Thomas. you in the above named
I ( SEAL A
lie of Mug alive.Over I the sunrises when wt they had closed her eyes. and pull.j J Thomas Court
great j joy just enjoy As Clerk of said Court Clerk of the Circuit Court I and cause!! and you are required -

sleep on the sunporch and I listen j ed the covers up and turned 1 1 Myrtle T Deaver Deputy flerk B)- Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputv Clerk to serve copy of your' answer I In Circuit ( unrt.' llm.Uor.l Ciiiintr.riri.a ) -
aTh :J'29! It :r. 21 I or pleading to the complaint : IB ( ba.c.ey.irsj.lit .
the hill the sunset aw II Hes, nrtl-rt", ; I IP.ldp.
goe
wide lace trimmed sheet Guaranty i.ir.i, !
to the robin's song and my little lovely : .. Jacksonville FloridAttys. "n the I'lainlif"tt..rn...)-, A J.Thomas. t' ;.ilht-rt. Plaint : f. \

Arm and arm with day, wren that nests on the house in back as if she was still living. The i i. for Plf. J 22* 4t 1 1'1! \0llfi: 10 ..UTKIKIn I .Ir p. it. Drawer !MS.Starke C h&\r\o-' l S: I iU'. rt Defeml.ui'\ PHOXE 218

Taking r o much I wish to keep a little box When I think of my sheet and pillow cases were v: Clrruit I Ct's,ri. II ri.I(ursi ('.i ii ty. : in the. Florida..(fit-c of and the fil 1"1"1'1IIf- the oriiiinal the- Order Of roblitnlloll.1 Case Notice N x'.xx Tn

Forever away. rambler rose* that !should b; in white and the lace pattern wa ;I j In Circuit Court, Ilradfoni ('ollnt,.. I'loriila : In ( h.iii crc. I Circuit, Court on or before the 7th Appear<< : .Mule Of PUrlit.-i T..: COLONIAlFLORIST I
and r'loridai In ( hnnoery.Wildin James D. alII. Defendant vs. day of .April) 1'.:;!!! : ..th.-rwie i the allegation Charles S i.ilbert.: whose r.-siil. n. .
Laughter and song sunny bloom in June. and the birds sing lovely. I decided then to make l r.cnnett. Plaintiff vs Janne Mary He Zarlo, Defendant '| of said ('..ml'I.1! s\ ill\ lietakfti and adilrr-ss. f iCamp KmPowr1 i ij j

hours ing. The sighing of the wind again some for our beds. I have a dozer ,i'Vvonne Bennett Defendant Case X... 9nnnNotlrr 'I' as confused la \oii ht.u'e. APt Xo 331: eat .- ..f p. -' ii

that will not return- Ca.* No S-14 Tn .' ppenr. This notice shall lie published flI ast.'r. San Kiancisco.. Californ'.i. i
Dreams j in the trees :My heart is filled with I pillow cases new and six wide I Order Of TuMiratlonnd Notice TaAppear ToMi < Mary Dt-Zarlo, whose once each week for four consecutiveweeks You are required to appear mi

All of them go with comrades great rejoicing and I know God sheets and six twin bed size. Alsi I ; state Of Plorida Tu: resiilem. .' and address i 1.: )tsst iai.'l- 'I in the Bradford County Tele- March 14. 1''.">1'. in the above named I

twain Je anne Yvonne r.ennt-tt. whi" ,e rince lone Prov. IIi i t'oseiioza, Calabrie. i,!, gra ph. Court and .'II-' wherein plaintiff
is good. Ho has made the world silovely. have nt.bath towels and wash j ''h .t.. \ ofM.inh: 11! ::; seeks divorce P.radford C.mtitvTelegraph

Where the gieat hills burn. I II cloths. Plan to clean my linen ItalY ju are hereby notified that a j:! (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. shall publish this Order FLOWER ?
them arm i You are required to appear onMarch Milt for Divorce has been filed !I Clerk of the Circuit Court. in next four weekly i issues.Witness .
But watching going ;
$ never. knew when younger that I closet soon. Wanted to do it this : 17. lit! :;52. uth a"."'" n.inied| ,ngainst you in the above named ''Hy' Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk mv hwfI'nd officialal! FOR

armI week but several days were dark. j ]-'o urt and cause wherein plaintiff (''I i iseeks Court and cause and you are requlr- ]i S 7 4t ?* at Starke. Florida this Frt.ru.ux :II.! ALL OCCASION! = ?
could be when I
life so good reached divorce Bradford fountvreleijraph ,ed to serve of I II! :.!.
think the truth may be I I sewed a dress. for myself. It is a : a copy your Ii (l'FFI"I.I.F.I..> A .T
j shall
( the age of fifty. Now I am planning j publish this Ordern.xt answer or pleading to the oomI I I i Minn: TH Thomas
The dawn may bring a happier pinafore for summer. <' 'iI in' four weekly i issues plaint on tile Plaintiff's Attorney. T. '' UMMMUIn \s Clerk of -.t id I Court.
a trip. to Indiana to see my : Clrnill .'"rt. llrn.lUr.I C...tjr. TUMvrtle T
Witness my hand and offiiialeal Frank I indrum. Stark, Florida,1'rl.trliln,, Deaver Deputy Clerk
day l son i in July. I plan to fly over anti read an article in my Pres-! ,< at Starke, Florida. thi. F.bruand file the original in the offire of Milile \VliitliH-k.; In Chancery.. M Martin Pearl.! ", \\2! Consolidatrd

Than the one now leaving me!I byterian magazine that was con-1'! >ry 1!. 19T.2.OFFICIAL:; 'the Circuit Court on or before the I Curti< .'...., Plaintiff. -. Ifufldinif, .T.icksonx ille I Florida (j)
Whitloi I k I'l'feml.i'iif.
will meet in "': : i ,
they me Indianapolis I j Att s for Tlf
SEAL .1
-Arthur Wallace Peach. ([ ) A Thomas, :iu.t day nf :March. I9'.2: : otherwise ;: I :1 IJ 4t 1! 14
at the air port. It will take onlya soling. For a couple of years now j As Clerk of said r'ourtFtv I t heMyrtI allegations!! of said Complaint I i I I \ollce T iiifar- C.s X Ml 7; I

How the and few hours to fly over there. I I have nOI been going: to churchlj! J" ? T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk I'will be taken as confessed by you I I! To-Curtis :.jeoifiiVhitloik.vho.si] :MTTirK TO .,....C_,It
swiftly days fly. "has R Hess. 204-05 Ouaramy; LifeJacksonville. This notice shall he published once residence j t'nknown 1 In rireutt <'e.rt. llrndfvri DISH GARDENS

one sunset follows another. I cau can return on the train. I have al! regularly and had to quit Sunday ,' !PlAt tl/: Florida ,.each week for four consecutive |t I You are hereby notified that a l-Kloriil: In ('''.nt-PfY. County
school teaching. Seems tn'. for Flf 21 4tOTin :: 7 weeks In the Bradford County Tele :: stilt fur Divorce I Henry August
see them out the south window in thirty blocks finished for my quilt"Double I just could 4 t j has heen filed Th..rhmi, Plain PO'M'ERYPOTTED
,! I graph.! j tiff i ,
not find the I against you in the above named VP lluth Caroline Tnors-chintdt,
winter. The sky is red and orange Wedding Ring". Print strength. My minister ; \ : 10 AITI\H I Dated this !7Ih day .of February i Court and cause and yon are Drfriul.llit:

as if it is on fire and lights up the goods cost an average of 49c a said. if I prayed. I would have j I In Circuit Court. Itrndfor.l ('. 155:;:2. .1 j,I': quired to ser\e a eouv: of your rt'-I ('ast10 S996 PLANTS
; V 1IJt". .
swer or pleadinus' Tpprnr.
to -
I'loridn In Chaneerr.p'lue : th- '
hills, which stand dark and still yard here .so the material thatgoes strength: for my work and also' ] Scelluto. riaintiff. > .unt"1 (OFFUMAL ;SEAL: ) A J. ThuII.a"'I'Ion I I II Ii.- PlaintiffAtt'iiinv, "" ) Toln'I : ,c..1! :,.. Th"r-m'It.! ,

in the foreground. Such a beautiful i in a quilt is pretty costly now chuirh work. I felt a Nt guilty and i :."...llato.. )),,(,,"tJ.ult. I'.!.-e No. s''S4: A.I Clerk of IK Skipper. :2'1:!I Craham: ; Ruil By Myrtle T. Deaver, Jacksonville, 2. .-. \\ .,,"
I 'Notice Tu Appenr.To Deputy Clerk j i Florida ai'.l file the, II lui! > -r" ::0.\\; Yo'k;
picture to be enjoyed each To me they are. worth it tho. I helpless. hear >-ertnoiis here at I .: Anna :Si-ellato whn.se resj- :3: :23 4t :: nI, original in the ..ffi\< p ..f the cii rk V. 'I.. r. t v ,"' : ,.., tint a i

free. I always t'- have the blocks wrapped and laic1 I the Mortuary of (course and I 7 ll 7 4th Avenue ''of' the Circuit Court i.n "i.r I.. f.m t 1.- i 'I-, I t-.i f '"!
evening manage read I I'rookUn: N,-w York. M IU i: oi- i I[I the :
study. sing and I IMIMIII\; 1 ,
pray. try You are hereby noticed that a wise i the allr-gatii.il- i.f -.ul 1',..,, ': ,
IUfil"l:
i 'iu:
p in do lots rif'iiiiurs I NAMI: i I I I! plaint Will \he .. ,
of good for my Master.: 'suit for Divorce has been filed ;Notice is tik. l ii 'iijf. I !
I against you in the abo-ve named I hereby given that the 1! by y..ttThis I ,- I I" I 'I, ,
This
article said, "Christ sees hi? : I undersiKneil. under the piovi.sion.sof I I I notice. shall be :
and and
ourt published
work wherever any baptised chi!. < to serve cause a copy you of your are an1swer reluir..d -i I" Arts.Chapter :20.9.1.I :; :. Lawsof Florida. ...nee each u reK for four. cons. 'utnweeks I i ,- -
SERVICE j of 1941. will
WINKLER ELECTRIC I register with tlj.Clerk .- in the I'radford '.', .
or pleading to the .complaint i in Cnunty I n
dren .
are doing his work. So I \ the Plaintiff's T. Frank of the Circuit Court. in am!!I graph
> Attorney. I
have felt better. Even this bit I 'l.andrutll.tark.... Florida and file I for i Itradfonl.. County. Florida upon I I I Dated thi HIlt d.iv. of F.I.1." B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER AND
receipt .rr""r
\ of l1! 52.:
publication: I I of I
iluiirigmal the office of the
in STORAGE
; CO.
write each week is a work for \ this notice. the fictitious (OFFICIAL .
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nlasl..r SEAT .
.\ iMtrk 1 of. the ( 1irruil Court on or be-I name: ofI'iscayne \.T TIil '
: ? '! Tourist Court under, which, l ciork of tb-> .itn't, c. "
I1 Right There may be1 fore the :21th day of March. 1922: ; I
ZENITHg I' thei ,ntherwise' the all.-g.itions of said I Iromplaiut am. engaged in business at I lit ;. fly Myrtle T. P.'a\ .-r, Depun ". I &4It. -
like l.
1 s '
me who have had tc'l x .12: $tark.F'li ;Xena
,( will be tak-n a.- cou-j; Hr.II.. 2-:21' ItCITICC I .
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Fit 2. box r .
ive >2. St.irke. Flu.. io\ 11."'. I.
up -i. much church going and 'I fes.d by you ) '
RADIOand This notice shall be published I Ir Dated this r.h! div: .,f Fl iiian 10 .\ I'l'r.lrI p.lIr.e \\> operate locaj
other "IIVHwork So there \ I D "r Vit ClrrnU 1.B.AIAREZ&SQ
are lot !I ,,r>nce each week for four consecu- Si.n-ke. I'.r.i.lford. ..lllI I ttn 'onr' Urn.UurJ { oimt. ,? .\ distancei
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Discarder'
: Dated this 20th day of February '
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Sales can cleaned and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas i la Cirriiil Court. llrmlfnrd I Volle To Appenr. _
Televisionp tu" hold needles and bobby Clerk of the Circuit Court. I i. ..IArl.I,.: In Th.-inrrrf. County. j T..: Ch.ulry. Ii. |II" ,,- EXCELLENT

and Service III, in your Put !Fly Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk. I Alltonette Terronova. Plaintiff, \'''1. i' detici-You1'i i- : I'nknowi I, ':
purse. a paper Fr aniesiTetr..nfv.I. I hereby not !p. at :i M'for ab
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where vegetables are !stored :\ (IlICIIti AI'I'KUt I IIn To: Mr. Franc... filed au.itttst:: \ mi'l.-' i' i .i ) UlLITIKS

221 X. Temple .ve. Theme IfiG( tu absorb moisture. Cirruit Cotirl, Ilrndfurd whose residence :i nil :adiliess T'-rronova., I Is C"lIr1."d-. | I n ,- i i. 'j.| '"I 1
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STAtUE FLORIDAYYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYTYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY I I lla l Wt-ntz.-ll I I, Defendant I PI.inn I it I Atioiin I ,, \ I :\ I I r I i\.1: I ii, DELCIIEKBROS.
cobbler. Melt a piece of but- t.i"" NI,. 90rt, I You are hereby notified, that .iml. ,, V..ii I i Kx.iti-;: I Ii '..iu I li l\: I

--ens eeeeee peesseee reenefl ------- ter in a pan you wish to bake the: '..'1.... To Ippenr. suit i. for divorce )has been ftl.'I' 'I i I i.iti.- I' l Tolla Wi-ntz-'ll. whose -.siJen ." against f you I in the above named: il.i .HII, t It- tin-i ni I I mil" I t tli. i -
I l'o bh111, Pour in cherries. apples'I i-1 t'tiknown t'oint and cause and you are T l'i.I ..I i lie < "I 1. i k ,i" m '! 'i I '
rrHiired .
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I peaches nr) whatever fruit yor < You are heretiy notified" ( that a .t" .serve a c is,3"f your .inswer < '" II'I mi 'ir I In 1.-I, i 1. i' ''i 1.1"\ I .
suit for Divorce has been filed or pleading to the complainton :\I..h.I I I'i'.L':! ..Ill' It -. :. t.' i; I It
'TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYONLY ; want to use. Pour over the fruit !:upalnst you in the above named j I the I Plaintiffs Attorney T t lull- "1.1 saiil, i '"U" |1'! i \\11' i ,!
Frank L.imlrlim, 'r ; t t.lki II .1- "follf",1 |I"\ '. ,
thi-i batter 1-2 cup sugar. 1-2 ((r'ourt and cause and you are reI : t.uh1.. Florida.' ;
cup I, :and file the original! in the office Thi,< riticehalt| |] (1.. !nublisi.lonce |" '1
juired to serve a copy of your answer ti if I
flour 1 teaspoon baking powder' tho I Clerk of the Circuit Court i-.ii h week for foir i ,,.'' mixjweeks .
or pleading to the complaint i ir on
C MINUTES/ and enough milk to make a ; ;r n the PlaIntiffs Attorneys Evan I, or before the :31st day of :March.) : in the Por aM"I.l: > I. tty T.! :i '
cak"T f-12; : otherwise i graph.Dated.
Evans and Neal D Jr. the allegation, <.f i
Evans 103 ,
batttPut sugar on the fruit. i]Law "Iii! Complaint, ; will: l be taki-u iHt h .1.. !t.'. in 'I i
Exchange: as
Jackson-
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11 confessed iv I 11955.OFFICIAL. I
OF pour on batter and bake. Quick 'i-ille. Florida and file tito original I :y iii '
This notice shall be ( SEAL) A. J. Thoin.iClerk -
I In the office of the Clerk publish'I
of the
and good. 1: once eat h w..k for f.-u < onset in jve I of the Circuit Court I I HUNDREDS
(ISo mil I'oiirl i.n i l ef..r.tbe
or > :3l.t day
I WeekHI the Ml.iilfofd: ColllltV By Myrtle T. Deaxer Deputy CK-i( 1,
of I .'1ar<'Io. I 1932:; iitheruise the T'-U-- I
boys
many are being drafted ] ai-I grapliMtKFM'I.U.; : 2 1" l 'I 1 1nTICI

HAILCan and leaving \'es and sweethearts i tOne taken ltK.-ition as confessed of said r"mplalnt111 by you. 1 ''I:1'.11.,1;'' tl-, :!;;! h ii.i of .....1" Il.In'.' :i I :\ : Tn_ __ l'1'ltltI t'I I of details are managed and economic j

This notice ,
thing absence does make loved shall be published !
:i nce each week for four consecutive I :,I'.1: Thumas. I II. rirruil Court' llrailfwrd Coiinli !' L ally attended that only a trained and

ones more dear. Here is a comforting weeks in the Bradford County TeUgraph. | cii-ik 1 nf the 'iri-iiit: Cmiit i' I'loriiln. : In ( Isalrfryithenilie careful
i organization attend when
: 1 : Tsakanik.iC.it.i'i.i ", can
thought ; "1 feel the night airi I IDati'rt MyIyrtii! T l 11.\\1. ] ><-nity| ClrrK.sry ,

Completely Destroy I I,oti my face and the road homc'I: 1 1932: : I tins 27th day ..f Februarv. I ', ;; :!: it ;; :-i: ir I f'lainliff.., Defendant.tFrank (A..aX"'ar.IlI7o'fitetlre nJr. the urgent need for serving is at

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Toppear. hand.
i .seems such a lonely place. (OFFICIAL SEAL) .\. J. Thomas j :> riri. : TO U'PI\ll: I
I Clerk of the Circuit Court I ii t'frriiil: I ( ....rt. Ii roil fur.I | ToFrank A ''.it.m/.iro, JI'I
Coiinljr
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'the sky and the stars above beai ;I ty Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk I I"n"a : In Cliinrry.. ''Whose re>idellce :, tiil :nl.lir-. >. i- 1
Hi.-hai-d.-.. -; \V. |I'tth! Street. Apl N.\v V"ik
Your Tobacco witness to my need of you !rylove. 3/29 4t 3 21 Wjllijiin MoM-otti, Plain
Growing (tiff.I City, New York.
\ Jiirn- Fi-tt.-i- j
t :M'lM-ntti[
: ." Th.-t' years apait can besweet > fndanf tntNo.., S9 De-/
i "lIn: I 'otlrr Tit \ppenr. for. Divorce a nil itmn' of.
memoiiesum "|av So li-i 7
( :NYl-rI,, I I.: t t., Hen Dell. if livinff. and I ToMrs .him* Fitter llosrotti Il lI iil.i name: h.i-. I.. t Iii.i it. Starke Ila.

and Other I us all be brave and, |pi iay much t to. all 'n-f persons' ha\ lUg any infonnatioii whose ri'Mdeiire am] address is ; ( against von in t tin ,,il.i.\\ n.mieil

CropsProtect God bless you all ."II.I lit.-t ionivrnins his where j I H.-dg.. Court Atlantic City, :NVw 712 1.Court. ,ITI". ('all'.' .iml' \ :I ii ::11 1.I rfttired eeeeeee _" ," ,
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Jersey.You | (| t." serve a "c.ipv "' \ '.n :111I"w" -
LOVE: Ll'EUTo ,T.ik tIlIl' ,i. that on the :24th! day I are hereliy I j or |ieadinir| I i" !,. mii- \

: 'l.I\ It. I '.:,2. at 10:00: oVlo k A.M... suit fur Divorce flit in..tI that a { plaint i ,o'l 1 the Plaintiffti: >\>-\ .. Funeral Director Ambulance Service :

"'HI' ( Mouse in Starke. Florida I filed against in the has 'It.-.'n j I 1\ .1 Th.iin.isir I t p ii I o.i. .. q:\,
'' you
S / i '.nit' I House tn Starke Floi Ida. I ed Court and almvinam; 1- I iSl.iik. Floi-iil.i\ ;at..I. !r. '.. the Our local funeral home enables otfer \.
C"ausand to
I'd" |I. you :i r.- uj conveniences and
: i the : i nquired .
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application of .Jt" I to l oriijin? : il IM tin .t ff' -I' 'Irk!
serve
Misty Mt'i' (tIll Letters or -\.IIIIIIII.lra-1: I swer or pleading a to copy the of c y..iu, an- ,I I"f f I )II'1| I .00,1 Coin on .rc services not otherwise available. '
"iipoii ( tie K.state: '| .' !ft 'I '' "
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b.OSQ of r'n: Pell. on the Plaintiffstt..rr. ih.-) I"" .v .f Mi :
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I .of I Circuit Courtu" 'I. 1"! I furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and '
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Your Crop Income tWC h. I I'. "I Ill in. nntv ;I'ldce I itherwiNe Lii'.t' : |h. i1' 1,1' 0 I I' 11 \\ -i.. I \ accept ANY life insurance policy in force issued by ANY .
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WITH/ HAIL INSURANCEH. MUM-. i : 10 .ti'rn.n II. i noin--. -li.i I il!I '.., 1"11.11'11..1| I : Consultation carries no obligation

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FRIDAY, f.\Rf1ll1, 19.) BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FL(1ftTDAtt10UR
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Baptist Church Methodist ChurchFor j


Loyalty Month continues into i| the fourth successive year I $SA L E iJ GROCERY & MARKET

its third Sunday at First Baptiit I i the Methodist Church is observing lv l

church of Starke, and his Sunday i the second week, in Lent as a special -

morning the message by the Pas period for prayer penitence' n Now

tor will be "Loyalty to Country",j 1 and dedication which is known v2ry .M Reserved
1
This is the third in series of Loyala- The Week of Dedication. Sunday On Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla.

ty messages brought by Re+'.;(' ; March 16 is Dedication Sunday Y

Haines. The choir directed by Mrs.I'1 ; on which day all Methodi-as: These Prices Good Fri. and Sat.. March 14 and 15

Mona Canova will sing with l1SE are called upon to dedicate their _ _

Julia Lawson at the organ. 'lives to Christ and of the His way (if lite observance .:'_: :_. -"-. -::- .: :-,- : :. _:'= : '" -- _:', ;'_ : ". :
A high point special
Sunday evening the message by.
will be the Day of Dedication
the Pastor will be for Christian 10 million Di It---' Jal'k> > A EnjJ" ne
offering when
with the title, "The Most Miserable nt' t 111., S'I prl! C .
Methodists I ill'U; l.rnl".1ISIBuard "
are expected to lay a '
Man in Town." During the 7:30: million dollars on Methodist altarsto III! MIS.MOI>- ..h :\i; 'K C'TT ( I Tb
choir will
Hour the Youth fiBS
Happy Will be braid fli- -
will be used for overseas relief, on tnt t \> USA.:*
and the piano-organ-duo
sing foreign: mission and home mission in' the seventh .mini il st-i i II' >i lr

lead the congregational ringing The ReT.. G. Mitchell. Protestant Haul i Sun under the direction of the Pastor.P: 16(
pastor of the First Methodist
Sunday School meets at 9:15: :: Church of Starke, will Preach Sun-1|i This Methodist serie. ,of t ri.: t' Factory

supervised by Orie Wiggins with ddepartments ay morning March 16, at 11 a.m. 1 testant Hour will be heard a

and classes for the on the sermon topic "We Have coast to coast network end! ,11"for \.v

more than 300 regular attenders. An Altar." Special music will be the first time, is being produced. Pack

Training Unions gather at 6:45: furnished bthe Senior Choir, in co-operation with the \,a'IIna, !

directed by J. T. Lawson with a directed by Mrs. E:. K. Perryman, Council of the Churches ot < 'list IJVWIA
goal of 100 this Sunday to surpass Church Organist. i' in the U. S. A. t

the 93 of last week. j Dr. Engle. who has just i 1. i. j
Sunday'Cning at 7:30: Mr. .. .. .., .
Midweek service will be devoted Mitchell will the third in from a six months trip .1' nnnJ ,, .- .' j.. .." --. '-'.' ..,.. -, .
preach -.t '
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this week to the Loyalty week a series of sermons dealing with the world will bring a u p- .1 -";; : : .J# :$! 1IZ < _. .I. .. ._ i ,,, .

program that will be held each "Personalities of the Passion." I! message on the success oi the m -: : .. --: .- -: -- .. :_--r: : ':' -: -. :'" .. -
..0''p" -
all I sionary program and th- h. -- .. :_=- ; ,' ;
night at 7:30 with groups for Subject of the Sunday evening! K'<

ages. Adult discussion will center sermon will be "The Character of prospects for the future. .
around the Doctrine of the Church Caiaphas. The Youth Choir will |! He and the Protestant (. ..11!! "
enrollment of j ship] Choir will be heard C 1\ >-i ,'a
with
an expected sing at the evening service.
I tiou WJAX Jacksonville r >('
100.A a.m Sunday.
cordial invitation is extended At The Tabernacle I
j
to all to join in all this period of 1 CO 0
TIIKKRvMdIKIVriA.N:
worship at the First Baptist of Visitors from Park of the Palm |
( liriK: II
Starke. ,, t took part in the Sunday evening I II j r
'service'I at the Tabernacle. Samuel The Young People will im-i- tt

Mueller) of macaroni fame. { 6:45 Alt
Hampton BaptistSo j i p m. young penpl \>- :
led the \ and! to .
congregational \\ urged come anti bring >.im'">f) I
many times folks\\ tell us; 1 later brought a message from 2 with them. Thursday night at I

when visiting our services that t (Corinthians. Mrs. Mueller sang, 7SO pm. will be the evengelisrnservice. : 3LB

they had planned to come long ;accompanied at the piano byMisr So be present, tl\! voui 14

before but just never got around An'ipe.notht'l' brief message: war friends and neighbors and \lei u- 44 oz. -

t. it No doubt as you read this,, i delivered by C. E. GremmeK I fill the house. You need r the PINT lOc 14CBotfle

you remember that you have also Monday evening a group headed Church and th'Church n'eti.v IU JAR C

made a similar remark about by Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley i iIi Let us count on your )pitvnHomer ,.

coming. Why not forget your excuses '>!visited the State Prison and took S 'ind.lll :\11111.....
Ii
and fulfill that desire by| ]part in services there. I
attending this Sunday? For a sermon '
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY
The Loveladies will continu .. _.
that's really dlfft'rent-.and, I .. .. "'" -
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vet. Bible-centered--don't miss 1 this their Sunday.musical Everyone services: is welcome through; I --.- :- ". =- : ---- -'. :-" : ,- : .. T-" ':, ':-:" =. ---. : :. :"'. -.'- : '=-_ ''' < ::;':iI- '

the message by the pastor this I
Sunday night at 7p. The subject : L. II. Tiitch
will be "Is It Wrong to Dance". Un-1! Christian Church
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usual" Perhaps. But if you atteivli' | '!
,J I The church in the heart SMALL
friendly
this service, you'll be surprised to: Ms| J .1. Smith d.l ,!'ti
learn that the Bible does have]jof town extends welcome to all.' :i j Quincll, spent) the wetl. h
Bible School begins at 10 aim i TENDER
something very definite to say relatives III Baldwin
I' with classes for all ages and true'> '1'I Mr. .,
along this line I and Mis. W M 11111\i! c
to the Bible literature i is used' SMOKED C
.
Visitors always feel at home i in'I |1 son. Andy, of TaIlaha-- rweekend
COllie and the whole '
bring family. .,. .
guests of her ,
our church. Warm, live, spirited ;1'rr.
singing promotes an atmosphere i Morning worship begins at 11' :\ and Mrs J. a[r. Brown'u: PICNICS

of fellowship that you will no itia.m.I The Lord's Supper is serve L'' Mr. and Mrs. G. \\'. Rob.-ts.l

soon forget. Last Sunday night,' at 11:15: a.m. and morning([\'icE''' accompanied by Mrs. Elite Muter I I

there were folks present from at 11:30.: Every church homeshould spent Sunday afternoon witr :Mr

Gainesville Palatka, Starke andother be present.tl Roberts' brother L. E: I It:..oes tB

I Evening services begin with in St. George Ga. I _
who drove
areas over just: '
] Young People meeting at 6:30 p.m.I Mr. and Mrs Floyd M Iltl. i i for the evening service Ask several I
Evangelistic service at 7:30: p.m.I|I son. Darrel, of Dayton i (;. ash

friends to join you and mak spent the weekend with ,, -' .. ,.
up a party to attend. A warmwelcome at Prayer 7:30 meeting p.m. earh'edne3Jay". I j: in Lawte)'. !teiiu I .. .. .. .:, : -. -- . .s.: "" :.', : "< =-. ,'.- -- ." :.. -. ",'_' -,' : : -n ... ? .- ) ..',

1 -"I. .. .. ..., __ .. ., .._, _
awaits you.Presbyterian II Study Corinthians.will be the 2nd Chapter of and Sunday Mrs. C.afternoon R. Crews gue included-t' 1-\:\1r- .. .. ,- .-- --. -.- .,Co:?: ,. -'--. ,'f.;-.- ... .- -m----". .. -.;';!;."..',, 'H.. .. .' ,- >-.,-- _'_ -'_ '- _--.._h..__,q- ""' _-,jZ,...,.... ... .iiL.'!' .. .,,;_1 '"

Homer Sumdall hnisterSt. ; and Mrs. Lanzno and chiliii, "
Church Jacksonville and Mrs NV1''.. liar

Sunday School at 9:13.: Edward's Catholic Dryden of Miami. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall I *+1I,1 RICE Bleach LiverCHICO
Friendship Class: 10 a.m.
11 Rev Richard Lyons, pastor. children were visiting eel r /.
a.m. Morning
service
conducted I
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Lake City Sunday aftenuM.-
: by Rev. L. A. : I
State Farm. Shepherd of Weekly Mass at 8: a. m Carolyn Barbara and < ,. ,,re I
.Confessions Saturday 7:30: t toiTruitt of
Jacksonville/ Sunday I
Youth Fellowship Sunday evening 8:30: P.M.Children's. 1 SLICED
at 7 guests of their aunt MIJ :
p.m.Church
\\Wednesday Catechism:o) P.M.rEXTJXOVTAL Classes.' M. Browning LONG "S3" PIG
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:Mrs
of God8th Dill''alllwl'ight al.dI.< H ) Qc
: HULIXKSSC1IUKC1I Jack Brassell and baby daughter GRAINb C IC FRESH

& SL Clair SU. Peggy Lee of Jacksonville Are AND
Sunday School If :; visiting in Lawtey Tuesday 'i 1 a..1 I .
a.m. 1 ;
Sunday School 10 a.m. i| week. Mrs. T. L. Wainw I 3 U TENDER
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Morning Service 11 s.m. igtr i ai aJ tJ Qt. J
Sunday companied Mi!' Brassell l.
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30: v i to Y. P. E Service Tuesday.7:30: p.m :Meetings Wednesda p.m.Prayer Butler for a short visit .\iu I < .>'!
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m } ative during the day.
night 7:15: pm. Saturday nigh .
Freddie Dinkins .
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spent > -
7:45: p.m. ., .'. ., ',- .,. (' : : :. :fitJk .. : --- -- -
Church end! in Jacksonville with h. omr : ; __ : : : : __: _: .: :: ::
of
Christ -H. Gorsira Pastor ._ .
Mrs. .
W M. d. d'k. .
Corner 10th home here Sunday Pope. retiu aftei nuu!, "' :. ...:i-> ._ : -.. -, :__ l:.:. '.. _. .__ ..J'iJl.):. _. .' ._':t,...._[ .... "' H -.- '. -q_ __- ._... "" .CX-----..' _"_ .'(r'-.a..ii."'C. JIa----, .; ; .._ __ -- '
and 1lahonBible
ClirKCIl 01' JKM'S CIlIaSTI ,
C
: companied by Mr. and MH; I! C
School-10 A. M. Ol' I.ATTFJJ: HAY SAINTS i I
I Cox.
Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:30: Masonic Temple, Call Street.
P. at, School II j I Dan Wainwright of Jack'U.( '
P'inday every Sunday. the ,
: spent weekend with iioai
Prayer Meeting: and Bible Study 10 Servces C
morning a. m Sacrament -
I|: eats Mr. and Mrs. ,
each T. L u i I'I FRAY
Wednesday 7:30: P. M.Everyone .
6:30: p m. A cordial invitations I j I wright.
welcome. extended to all.ALVAREZ' I
I Mrs.( 1ellil'lae DI'\del I
It'l
.r '' :Miami ,,,, BENTOS
was visiting her in ne r I I :

.Men's ClothingEstablished Mis Perry Davis last SuinlaI \

I STORE 1894r H I I Mr and Mrs. H C. Win \ um I i I I

I I || and children Patsy and < '\ili

== sprat a recE'nt't'eke 11 w.-; .nri

"...r ., # 1__.+r______ ,.._______ -__ i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sty 'n. Each
. 1'1
Bartow.
Do you have liability; insurance? \| I Mrs \\". T. Walters, airs l X ,1'1 F I I t t .

; Harley and Mrs. Paul I 'n! 'Km' I

t THE LAW PLAINLY SAYS: 1 ; attended the District W > _
t 'C i 7
at
the
meeting
Methodist '
t In case of accident if you have no insurance 1 in Starke on Thursday'
t put up cash bond for damages or quit drib inn t tt week . t- .. -. .., .. ,. .
t St See Us For ling Savings In t Mayor and Mrs. 0 1I I \ u .. _._ .__ _. -..-. -_ __ .. '_. .''_'." .. _.,.,...._._, .'_.

i and son Billie spent th.u vend .
LIAH1LITY -
I INSURANCEJ. t _" ,i_. .. '. : '
j in Palatka with their sal ai, d! his I -P. -- / .-.. .. __ '.. .-' .
0. (Jerry) Gay Insurance Agency wife Mr. and Mrs. Jame- Awe., 's, r'- -

Attorney Covington John: a

116 X. Court St. Starke Phone 7S.i layman of the First Mel n," '

L I _'__,_ '11 J Church of Gainesville, i. n<. -td PORK ir COLA t ROAST
-------------J vices at the local M I< ne'nu'eh st
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Sunday mol nnie! ; t H< C
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used as his subjee*. "A I-i\

F.nth'. The S'r'lt'.1- .\ COCA. : :

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, StarkeRev. 'appreciated. :::'led' and the by mes-m'all !,.' BE&M FRESH


--------,.- --------- Frieiul of Mr. an V-.
Lewis I). Haines, Pastor irl":1:i \\ III be intere -'.: ,. u 01; PORK

Jefferson &: Court Streets In The Heart Of Town :!ey an' the proud ,: PHILLIP
baby boy The j\ ,,111-: '. i
PHONES: : Office 21:! I Patorium 130 PP
r,'_ _I ___,,____i __ been named Benjamiu; t'l.! : SMALL : (J1i ''
will be called: "Ben. M-
Morning Sen ice "Lo 'alt to Country" CANS LB'
will be remembered
I as t
Evening Service "The Most= Miserable Man in Town" I :Miss Maxie Richaul-i For 6 BotJ ,

II _,_ _________. 'I .J I E Wall J'r.in.. 5 _

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00: <\.11.. 7:30:: ".:\1. II CartonPLl

Sunday School 9:15 I; A.M.-Training Unions 6:1 ir; P.M: I, \\'' wish; 01' TIf.\ h'
to "
expressappreciation
MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, ; :30 P.M. 5 DEPOSIT
: for the b< ur.;;:., .-- .. -. --. '.- .. ..... .
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR flowers acts of kindness and .. ., '._ -- ... _u. _'ii'__ -- ... ., .- .--- "--7 -Iit-, '.. "_ )-F '---f"- :
expressions of sympathy dt; .g

,: rI ., ..__.. _',- .H'ur!KNey recent and bereavement family M _0\ ._'_.' L.. ..' .. .:. _. :: .. ._ :.. '. .' _'_-... '''._ ...- .:_, '"" -....... ;._. .. : ..=- : _'- .-:.. .- _. _-.:::__: _..__-__ Ai.o ::..'_ '


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COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA
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efficiency and ability will be 1"11'1 Pri" 'n F. r-.-;,-!\ I C.iXo 9(>27 ii'Notice ',iiml.er-! and v.-.. -i!f -.'; nit ... defensewith 'he
Of OrnamentalsTo sued in the administration of 'h.. \\ i' ;i-T..r thE'1 CK-rk of \ FI"r.I! .
: Toppc.ir.. ii.!I.i '-> i :ipti.ui .f t Hi. |1"1"1'| 'I aiid I'oiirt in atnl f..r. : I 'UII'
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many varied and complex affair.f: PHKIIM'T: i 1'1: I. .- I I.- I K .11.11-.n I uho-e n.re.ldeni ...11:11: s ill uhlih it \\ .t- aesed l- ) Florida. as the
I hii.ffiie.. North 'tsrkp I ,l- I 1.I1..t.. .. I. I X.-\\ .1-- followsCertifnate!( l"lnt notie III -
Start Beautification WeekState I \\ ill sincerely grateful fur En III Allen York. a-nl! uh) .,!>,. addles-- P o X" I I Y. .tr. of l--i- Herein fail. not. or a ). week foj :

your vtittand support Lee Allen I Box PI:;:. Bellm. I. I I.. N. w York .it I' e 1M! !.. lonr..ssu11 be ..nl'r..a .
CH.UILKS HARDY. Leroy. And*... You are hereby notified thata .. -. talllr. ( > our )' hand ant
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start ripti'i" I 1 : i P' "I" i I" v .1.: UNVilleil or (" n to .
Beautification Week Isaac S. Archie suit for DI'oree'has been filed .rl. Ir\'e a til.tt'S.| '\
itt); llltele-l !tt|, .Hill i. I....! your other 'aj
March 17 will be marked in Fill n.ltlnltn: IT ( fli ItT Ashley Armstrong I. against you in the above named ;, :'.. 4. 13. !14. I 1". !I.: 1 17. I' ::! :;n.1'1 the Plaintiffs'.111",1' or Bill of .
ing Bids For MaterialsOn This is to announce to the peopleof I RoKsie Bennett I Court and cause and you are requlrd; I :32. i.S.:\ :. u. 33. :a:ii.; 4.:; 4h. 47. 4' I' and to .. ': .* A. i 'I
Bradford County by the planting Bradford County. My Candidacy James llryantKarhne ed to serve a of answer '' '. immediately of .
copy your :i I- d'::. K4 in \\ for the office of the Clerk of the : H. Uussey or pleading to the complaint the copy your I : Denver
oranmental shrubbery and tree Jail RenovationDue on T1 "i South Uange :;!: East I or ,1.-. ,. with the i"-rk Depnv
of Circuit Court. I believe that the Viola f>. Carlton Plaintiff'Attorney T. Frank Name in win-h a-s.-ssed : Callall Court and .. *.. "Pa'i'
around the courthouse and new March 24 education that I have had in the Willard Carlton Landrum. Starke. Florida and file T imher Corporation II I lf more than ile lr'lt,> > Florida in for \ n.x\ ls-;. ; .
[Public Schools of ITadford County Ann J-:. Causey tile original in the office I of the' oi, i entufieatsf..II.tt :d..., .. ...rtl"1'I' 1 i l
county jail.Along and the I'niversity of Florida i i.. ample Cora M. Cohens Clerk of the Circuit Court on or' f. each additionalrtifirate.) Tinlitadford: C.>untv! I Ia f.'i the 1'1.1'I

with all other Florida Bids for materials to be used! to take care of the affairs of this i Mack Coleman before the I4th day of April. l:':.2.:! All of said. property .b-uug, in tin in v' -1'.l.r of geiie.il 'II'. J

Bradford is re':eivinj; offiiI shall do my best to see *-.11 hone Thomas M. Comers otherwise the :III..|?.,II".a,1 C.i.unt> of Brit.f"tll1.1\.. of Flori-' f
counties. in renovating the county jail must of you liefoir.May the 6th Robert Ii. Cooper Complaint will l b.- taken as cond.l.,i. .

two camellia bushes two: Paul be submitted to the County Commissioners -CHARLES A. DARBY Lawrence Coviogton JIris :-. fessed by "..u. l'nle.-s such i--rtifn-at.- -nail t"deemed A\i\OUi\CL\G A SPECIAL TREATF
K. Cro-bybey I .
two oak leaf This notice shall be published | nonce ac. online' I.. law ih.
Scarlet rose bushes by March 21 at 10 a.m. FOIL ('01"1'JIIIa: I > DeSue each week for four .consecutive pi PI.perty. des< rit.ed,. in siu-h i .-innite I 1- K 0 Z E N.

two ml bud ,trees. six of the To the Voters fit'orgeJunaway weeks in the Bradford County Tele- -M', will beold to the highest lullT ,
hydrangeas and
Repairs and renovation I my many Johnie. whentNTelnon
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d. 11 h..u- .t..r ib-
graph. at -.or -.11 DOMESTIC RABBIT
Mahan pecan friend.in Eradforrt: County.: Florida.I MEAT
ericoide, and one structure will begin as soon a? I Ch ,nt Hated this Uth;: .l., \ ..f 'l.u h. ll.:.2! fi r>t Monday in month of Ma .t I''J I ,
hereby announce that I will be
tree as a gift from Fred Manan The county will repair candidate for re-election in the oom-a .1 I.. GoodmanJimmie (OFFICIAL SEAL* A J Thomas, w hich is the r.th day of May. )pi'ii;:
possible. Hall Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dated this. 1'lth ,1:1"r :Mar.-h "1'. '.:!
well-known Monticello uurseiy- and improve the entire first floor! Democratic Primary to be heldin Robert L. Hanco.kGeneral By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk (t>FFI.'i A I.. SEA Lt A. .1 Thoma-
I :May (.f 1952: and that
vi.teailol : W
your Hankersonllattic J/14 4t 4 1 Clerk of Cin-uit, Court. ..f Pr.i.l-:, | I' N WIIOI.ESO.MK:
will the entire support is hereby earnestly '
in.ide and paint '- C Hathco. kli.sa ford County, 1-1"1,1,1 '

man.The State Road Department is I building on the outside. All the I quested will .... : run that for if re-elected the intereM the of off the* Per August bee Hunter inhOtoutLouis .>.NOTICI 10 Arrnui : 1 II It! t IOTln I _AM NTTKITIOl S

in the statewide beautification will be replaced. County and the people of the County l In rfrrnit. Court, IIrnl fer.1 ('ou..,
cooperating window screens KellyWalter t"l_rf drive by furnishing trans I Estimated cost of the repairs isj] a- it has in the past yearsince M. KinglIar..ld I.eonhard. Plaintiff \ AnT u :be utlaip OI Florida Economical to Serve .

maintenance you elected me County Judge Kite gust I....."ii a nh. DefendantCas" To :'1I11"n.J Tei'ipl.! portation for the plants and expected to be about 54,200. Yours truly. Charles S. Knight ( Xo !I"l"is''II.Ih .1 Teninb'. Ill- vv '. If .IM'\ -; So Little Bone andaste

crews to set them out. I Work on the Woman's Club project. -I _J:.__K. PF.RRYMAN.rim Annie August M.B.Lewis Lapp :Police T.11'Topi'' \ucusl.i>":,,,. I.eonhard. whose. al' ''id-ee-a". ain-t legatee-hit' Ii or.nknit,,' I. .I t >!h'I1-lalllin'idei 01.' Fine-drained, Allhiti-

A local committee will supervise a library on the second floor I rorvrv .11 IKK James" H MoCoriiuckGladys residence is: Lo.- Angeles. California.'' ,- Sarah. .1 Tempi.! oh., ..-. .1-, .1'.1id ( Meat' .
To The Citiztii.s ..( Bradford: ; McCrayLena and who-.. addres.is i, P o. 1I-::11 .lirllll-it I''I.. ". 1. ..,, n lo-i-
the planting. designating the spotswhere of the building/ will be started as County: V. McVoyMaliic 1631. Vine Street Station. JoAn- "'.\ l--. l.'"aTe. "I] ,.fh. I i ItIttiIV-. -I, IotuestitRabbit meat ii4r1

the shrubbery and trees soon as possible. !! I am a candidate for County II Martin gelef.California. '"ndei Simon; .1 Temple \ ''hl i. enilk
Judge r.f Kradford County in the :Margaret: : S. Mason known \ Hull fr'
this You are hereby notified that a "i a- iuiu- \ j 4)ll i-iit up. n-aJ.v fur the
to be placed. Serving i in ; the lower floor May Democratic Primary. 1 have Id.i l I' Matthewshl.trie if ,
are When completed. i suit for Ditoice has been filed :"1.1 dead h.unknown I lo-i'I I -
will be M. 0. Harreli farmed worked as laborer, and C Melvin against yon in the ahnnam..d'' "".\ ,I----. legate.t .- r., ..1 h. i l.i m inj I Pta. ami uttracti\el\ path
capacity will contain office
of the building served our country in \Vorlol'ar William V. MinetteKathl.n Court and cause and are required '"'itmiller, linn. \\i., Mall o i* aged in iiHHlern. anitarKcoiH tIOI'.
you >
chairman of the Board of County for the county farm agent and !i H. I am married and the father of K. Moody to erve a copy of your answer \_ H.ti .ul-,. kii.'iMi' a- .\ utti- l.dl >

Commissioners County Agent T. I two small children. As a young man Hcinbrick Morris or pleadine to the complaint ,j'on t all. and If .1. a.h'l i 11""II. I. i"" ti nir [ >-; on box. Just tluivv. put
demonstration agent. ar
home : who was born and raised on a Florida K-.I I. Mosleyleorge the Plaintiffs Attorney. T .'" ''. devise.-. 1. eati.- ami oib.I i j s
Demonstration < : ":. ..__ in frjin pan ansi frv tu i
Mosley
Home I _
K McClane. aimaiitund her. I IV'll _
welfare '
well as quarters for the Farm. trained in our public Frank l.andrum. Stark.Flitida.. \ __
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Dorothy Ross, and Mrs. Club. schools and the I'niversity Flori .. rinan f.Oettl..iI and file the original in the of f i.... of! Mill t.lk. n..tl 1 tll.lt Sail goldenhr.inn.
Agent !
the Tourist ; ;
workerand :' .I..mon'I'wmans) '
*' Hall. K I r \ nsiiI'.i'i 1 I
da. I am familiar with the problems the Marian Howe" Chamber of Ci ni- t f-t the people As a lawyer T am Ulella c Parker the Hth day of April. 1S32.! :! '-."',lie Mall \\'., ... tutu, \udrti. ,
William V. ParkerKvrlyn .
*'all n"1'r.! own.i-I of th.f! im-
fully otherwise the
for the allegations of said
secretary.Mr. qualified I position.
merce Two Arrested F.Iect me and I will humbly Quarr..tlll.aII' Complaint will I I be taken a. confessed '1.1[i.. titliI.,. th'- plopeMX' lit r> III,11 t i > I It I Only 65c lb.

Mahan who is widely know i I and gratefully serve you In H I ReynoldsAlvin by you. J"This out III tills Xotlre. a- the ",. Li::
Robinson .. -
.rat law ( I Ii! I-: .1--,.11 >
ti..ti.e hall be
On ChargesMike fair. courteous impartial and efficient > i>ublish>Ml 11,1 ,1.
efforts announced Liquor Lih floeLiiiiu.t
for his beautification I manner T need your vote and once each weeK for four conxi'cntiie, I 'It'.'I. ha\e filed t th'.i: ',III 1,1:, o'

that he was giving the support. and will appreciate it H It Schumacher RogersIjouis weeks in the radford: County Tele I oinplaint ain.-t i on. and, .-. '. Itaisvd and Packed\tliOll( ) ( iERT/ Hampton l.uk.
'It i.ii thev herel.x.k.;
plants to the 67 counties as a Klondes and C. Maiksj I -Sincerely.T.. A. TAWN. Jeff! o Sellerndre graph.Date. this: 12th;: day of March. PT.l': ;r It! to"h..r"ll.|tn. I Ih"1 i .ire 1 tule I i |o t h. I''l) I'itk up al My House or will deliver to Starke on l-n

memorial to the late Senator W. Ritch were released Wednesday II I Ruby\ w G Sessions Shepherd; (OFFICIAL SKAI.) A .1 ThomaI'leik -. t"iWiiit. I i!'..-in'..1.11.,1 I, '" ) 1"< | ., |I.-'tv> "II in I P.I, olr.l days, if you notify by Mail at Hampton.

under $3/4'O bond returnable March rim 111:1111'1'I : I of t the Circuit CourtBy "t"I .
C. Hodges of Leon County. authorof ColomtiuN Small : I. I MIHI -I'
25. following their arrest Tuesday hereby announce Iilanl.ilaev; Richard Small :Myrtle: T he-ii-r. Ib-Iiiitv| C.rk| 11.,1. 11 it I -h.ti.. tt n-li I, .1 I I _
Florida's homestead exemption I for re-election to the office of :; 14 4t 44NOTICI .
:Minie W. Smith 5. \ ( T I J Uaiiu: l 1 \ !t\ i in- ,-- -
of Mahan. night by Sheriff P. D. Reddish. I Sheriff subject to the Democratic Helen W. Strong I .. ).
law and a lifelong friend I !II "Ka-t: and. al- t i. i n i; .4
Primaries in May I Dorothy F. Snllivan : TO irrniuIn ,. ",.
th, South" i -I
The Sheriff stated that Klondes Circuit. C''''r.. Hr.iilforilCeiiBty..
faithfully the ..Edward
discharged E. Thomas .
Having ) North .i-t Juari. I 'l ""
sale of tax I. duties of the office to the bet ..f Kddie L. Tolbert riurlrint In fhanerrr.John \\-t t. !n.uter of S. \ 111.iitx, DRIVE
arrested for paid .
AskedTo was K. :M.-Uae.: \ Plaintiff
vM.u:
Local Drivers I ...hio.1 Trut i.Mcltae I.
my ability during n1fir.t term t.\- I lIt ToMii-lup .n I i. LEE'S S THEATRE E
I bonded I whiskey while Hitch promise if re-elected to continue Ella Mae Tucker I efi-Mili, ; nt. I talc11': .' i". i I i-: IN
c.iXo !10520.t.Nnthee : .
:
,Dot k WarrenFhit j
} the office
Observe o conduct the affair of I III'"C] ;Ii.rth' mi.- hi'-" ) il "i.i
arrested for of 16 : WhiteMadge Tn \piienr. j .
was possession in a fair and impartial manner vaidTh.nce I Ka-l '(
i, vote and stmport ii f the voters S. VhitIngClarence To: Slant.I.. Hue. w ho-e ri--idi'in >" I."" I\ I I t'ol. \ ti .111.! .1.0"..Uth
The .
School Zone SpeedNew pints of untax paid (moonshine) ""n the County will be greatly appreciated. WilliamsJohn is: I'nkni.wn. ,, ..ii- hl"t.d, 11"I v .1"' '' 1"11" : KEYSTONEHEIGHT S 3 3FRI.

whiskey. Williams You are IIl'r..hnMlfi. that a' U ..ii. hiiinli.-.l inn., ( I Pun.inl

Slow signs have been Respectfully submittedr I Tenreather R. Williams suit for Divorce, oa. noiuI&ttiuIV amiiiinlrol \ T.I .i 1.la") < ol.1 I I" KII I I i 'HIT, :il.1 I. '5----"-------------------- ----, # # # -
Go .
RRDDISHroit Esther D. WilliIan' of minor hil i lii l I I.- awi erected the highway at BHS Political 1) :\ C :'oI..rlltt'lnKari to Wesley :McUae: and other relief .. ..i he '
on i i I North"I) i I m l. lof .. SAT. t II. i 15
has I''en filed
MorsteinJames atttin.-t > i.u i in ;li'- I\HI
asked to MicmrrTo the ""lh\1 Quarter Sertloll -
and local citizens are :N Walker above named Court and i'i-', < mil '4
strict observanceof Announcements the voters of Hradford County : :Mildred K Walker you are required to .....r"I"i ; t ofvoiir : tU.MIV-flM I I..I ToHllhlPSeven
i7i
a I UancTvv.nivOne:
cooperate by myself n" at.aiitliilste
offering II Drummond
T am again Calling Bulldog 4
a n".r..r 1.I..adln. t th
Oo T>. Owens ,
school zone Sheriff of P.radfordCounty ( :21:! 0 Ka-t: innnmi! Xorih" one
the 10 mile per hour 1-tilt i.r.KK: (Il' TIII: < utci IT for to the DemocraticPrimary. Mary R. 'mithffsven C.mpltiin on the Plainttfi Voi- I I hiindr.. l 11"\I viiidthen.. Westitfie .
subject n.Th..r"l1 A. Yawn. Jr., I 11'I tat
Cro-hy ;:
speed limit. ( 111 it rAnnntiiK :Mav B T assure you that Stark.. ... is ,1) vards. 1 ihenceSmith : -
Albert P.. 'urreaey I Call Street. Florida ,.1 file ; ..u. yanls ((1001 I Walter 1'idjjeon. Margaret leighton
hi-ivwith itititlethat ,
When local drivers go 15 miles eim-nt I is I will deeply appreciate 'our,1"1"1'.1..1will .1. 1s AlexanderW l Ith.. original; in the /lffl. .. of the' in.". I Mi'1: hllllll..1 .. :. i tti.iI'
I am it I iaiidid.U ("I' tlie officeof and If 11. i\I" (1 I.
school zone :nml active support R. T'arkx I .t.I.I. .f I h. I 'in ni1 COIIM "II .i, !t.> -
hour through the Clerk ..f f II,.. Ciri-iiit Court, i in sober and i i ( I.eKiniiiiiKi I i
theI
per render the people a A C. Carmichael for. th.- 1'Itlo ''It 1\ of \.i| il I PI'. 'I". .
it influences tourists and othersto I >.Minx-rat ,Primaries in :'tay. honest administration of this nio-t Ccorge; E Cune "t'l.-i I P-. i Ii. i 'It.c'! i' ". I' .11 1 'I"' e or :: Sl'.N.. MON.. TIES.: MARCH Hi. I 17 I.I l H

Sine..Iiii.' '". 191.I I have been employed important office Sin.er.lvT. -. I '. .|,n'l,| I Hilt "J II I "L ,,
faster. officers K: Lennon \ i I |ill|| l Cmplan t. it
little
go just a as your School Finance Officer e. (Cl.nvton) Crawfordroil : c c. Manire (.-!I", .1 1 t.\ \ ,

say. They urged resident driver! with the exception) of 2* .... \( inlia ..Ii.hnsltiit I This n. 'i'" ;I. -I.-1. i t.-'-..in- .\1.1'I..i.. 111.1"." n.I -. I THE SEA HORNET 3
tot
months militaryrvice i I t j in WorldWar T\V \ I Brown once each w. ,
set a good example by slowing .... that: T am a I- 110 I h"I
to II. "
h..hann..lln.
II L. BeasleyNlson I week In the Rit,.. I i' he Stal.I "I.I Kl..i Hi la. ,
down to 10 miles per hour in frontof F am ...rr..rinIn: excellent recordof candidate" the office of Tax :As- Green grrnnh: I l' 11.'I \ l.-e ..f i-, u''t..Tt-t.. I "H.p. i: Hod
t'ali.II.I.4nhI, <-M'I! "< i i. ni p. i I i. i MI.UI.: <' ...vs.r of Rrndford County. "ul.u.cto I Kli-h( : I. fJrirfiSr I Int-1 I il.i-I t .1.| i.i .-.'I'I i n, h I 'i"..' !I"> t"."."" I -.l > (amHon. .\del Mart Chi Wills 4

the school. iif dul v ir' i h"itosn .on the will of the voter" in the Lewis rc.: L.e urn'M\T.' SE \f.} A..I. Th'"11'' -I -t.0 !I.. . ib- I 4

.\!s vou) Ic .!- 'h ,alii' 'fOn ii.-niocratlc Primary of May *\ I ,,,-,.,,Aitnian, I'lerk of the circuitnit''! -I., I i of- :I > ---- ..4TutU.

f. .1 I that: my knowledge: of :and l'>ntr Leonard F.. <'ol"onI"II"I'T T\: \' !It. T De-iver. Deputy let !VMirier. I lilt WEI) _

W.C.T.U."TIlE M.. i.-nc- in lnn.1 matter" "and v..llfi' : NO. :* I ,Ml I .. 'I\HI 1 19.!> 20

', ,1! me for thi po-ilion >.ui Hi Slxrke : OKrii.K- \ 1 It1r..1C I.'
I l' ... inisc; fair' and impartial servicet Tmin: :
Fred Albert < I 0l\|
MOST DANGEKOl'.S: May 6 Vote for ''If. '....1..1 Y"III'1" and supn .\I..Ir.II"n Honor Kill \... isin: I" CALLAWAY WENT THATAWAY 4

\> ill I..' greitlv nnnrl''lat..lT I R. L. P.lack /TICK: .is: 'iiiiinY: : C.IVKV.; ,: th.u i -. 4
AKE THE HALF-WAV TIU'TIl. J ."..DF.fTA: :\. Mt-nj. It llackwellu I W'li'.ni' "hj.- '. I 'I. .1 I II ,tl-----l\ I I- 1 .

THE HALF-WAY imi'XK': AM) GUY ANDREWS -MIMMIMOMR: II. island J 0 1 I' -I( Ma Murra> ffrfthIdluir.) I tots .Ird Keel 4 4

t nile rorvrv Leila M. Buckles
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"' '4Azalea
THE: HALF-WAY ('lIIaSTI.\ 1I1"TIIH iltnlIt: Charles \*. rtunhGeorge .4
Congressman, 8th Diet, 1 r< ,bv ntinounce mv candidacy Push .
TiltTl"IIWOIm) l .
--1 .
( DisThre
'" ."l1tr"Inll1i""Inno'r from Daisy Belle (itanoIh.. ..... .
a- -_ __ tas_ ___
.' (South Starke, "uhjeetill :Mary: Eetta Coleman "

.. ..f the voters in the wi' Collier

;: rati.: I'rimaroC :May: 6. If P.e.-sie: Mae <'rewrClarence I
: /
.1. t will render the very best D. Dow gKallie .
l c of which I am capable to.I'trict : M. Kdward -

\ 'I and the cotintv at large. NtliltM.. ":\laat... < ; > i '
'
'I u'l \ .ItC and suppm .t will! lie ap- John C.nntcrWillie ;{. i!
I'' ;atedJ. 1':. Harper >/

,[ FOU S.\LI': I110 l i. l.ox $5: Ix.f -- MAl'RIfR F.DWARDS Jr:. I Ruth V Iligginbothani ,
)-'1)1* 8ALK) -Six room house, Klail -- Elizabeth A. IIugeH t
in Lack potvli *. rrriifd front : J'hi"I'II'ral' with I win ni.
  • : ( HutchingRobert
    (11\1\11.1:1
    liori'h. luoilvrn < 'itivpiiirnrf- : sulewall.-:; ':.il W Washington ;i roii roi vrv %
    : C Jackson .I
    Tintii: : .y.
    1ttfK'Kardni and chi kn run 1I1'.j| lvh.me :54.; ItpK ; nivnnrT :Mary Powell LappeChristine I
    '. candidacy
    1..al..tI on StateIM. I ht.I .liy announ.'e my --
    prox 1 aert. from" I >is- l.:iwsonCharles -
    fur ( "nl CoimnisMom-r
    '' )
    :23: U'orlhiiiRton Sings; : I Il'.ntat'l t
    .1. LewisJosephine -
    < 'i I: II'XT-FII"lIi"h..1: 4 ri.oin tri I Three South Stat' k'I. .sulijertto
    l .-ilaV 11 MI n, Worthington -
    & 1 IKIIISHVm Silrnx. 2 miles' Eat.tiii the enii'cratii Primaries in May.If McKflvcyHanson '
    Spring.-. :3tp 3/iS StarKe lilil Il.i: nd lug Uiiail.Stli I elected I will.Tve tOY distriitand 1 R. McMillan
    :! :n 1'S James: A :Miller
    ( ahilitv,
    hi the lieM t. my
    Fill: RAI.K.:-lloinarl J.-t Tn'| Water1'unip. county 1 Jean W. wards
    I.asi.na.lf I,: T Stiull I ahak..I'IIII11: Ih..IH''' best inteiests Eli anor M. Vanderv. 'l OPENING
    I'liiml.iiig \'u. :?:.t p 3 :;!xFOU | F'I: ':--T-I""j= I ::"- "rmall attractive fir'-t. Your vote arid activeIilili'rt Itert G. Ityal'I'hti'nas ;
    apartment.! ::I'hurcli\ St. I ,- will I lie greatly :tI.tIr.eittt.I'tiitli I
    :M.: Hutching-
    \t.I.-1I fool Ser\ el 5as refrigerator lithfj.JFOU I friend. | Alma P. Durshimer
    : .
    IMSIIoP.I'Oll -
    JIMl.! lait-1 lloper CaslanKe -H.nlld.ly< I Thomas W. Attaway.las. -. -

    $l. Z'l' Kul. Itoi Water S.LK-FIori,1a. Oiant and Wonder ; Arthur iloKelvoy.las. ; ,
    \11..111\ InIII"'TIIIl"r : -
    Heater $1:;. lUveno-lietl and pepper pl.l lits. $::1 *:3; per l.Ofto I ( 411 "I'1 T Stabler j
    matching hair $.1. :2 pere =*"<'- !UII.I. $I! you pull) tI.1IC.. ti 'Ill It i-i: .1 II. Redgrave -

    tlotiul love .seat $1'). gosMp l.t'iuh I I'mPlume) :2071.! \\YliMer. I I had planned not to ask for thisffice 1I..n'arrt'n : MARCH 10 11 12 .
    $.!, I coffee talile; anti matching :Itp 5'HIOFFICK .. again hut so many of mI > Martha Kendrick .
    end tallies $H., maple dmnettetalilt I friends have prevailed on me to runagain W 111. A. Edwards .
    ami four rhairs $I. Can to the extent that I cannotrefuse. ; .
    '
    James J..hno.K
    I-4 I I: I Jt-: T--'oI..1.'"", .frio. itt'Itt.ttih1n .
    Phone273J
    he at :!Mort'laiul.: .
    seen L. Griff: .
    : :ZtiliK! 3l 1:1.1-:: :221!: T'mll. and Jail'' therefore a candidate to .
    Is lee MitchellDonald
    I In.li.II' Tnlli. Starkt'. 1.ia. If I'll i--ii. myself a.- County Commissioner. ":. NcelJoMphlne ,; -' -, "
    District Three and sincerelysolicit /
    Kt II K II.liT-.llr: : room CllrIl l.h..1) "I' .01 1 ( "
    modern apartment. recently ft.,1..ral..1. ": I MKLP \V.XTEI-1.k- the vote and support of thevoters Pauline! .1. Phf //-_

    402: ;Ii. Walnut St.1'fione keepin,:r: ,,\it' 1"1. ni fl.isttIVShort I in said district 4 jainirtItilsv >
    Up I I If re-elected I pnniii-e the. -ameservice .
    171-J. ; hour-. g.,1! pav ApplyShell Rufus A. Itl *
    ,,
    __ a I have endeavored to
    1'.1' ..I.] P.ulk Plant
    urn Eai'ne Wr i [N '
    \v ,, 'TI.II-Y\I..ll11all "r handymnn.l 2tc 'H | render in the Past.Sllierely.. H. K. KolKi"r and
    .. work around l uildinK and I I I .
    .
    l \ Ixiiiic Fru'M r'- FOREMAN
    Kn.un.N. Apply unv niornint i KItanclui :I II : -lltAVII.SiiN_ Horai SiiI." ..1.Rii COlSEN SUNOCO SERVICE : -
    I :Mutel I Hi-tig IFOR RENT Two :3-room: furnishedapartments 1 I hard s'.t I Iocar

    comfortable beds. roit roNvr\ni.r. )1.Laura .-
    WANTKIone: Mrawlirrry p.n-ker NiTue spai .' heater electtir ran):". | ItIiHlt'l' OM: ih '. I.

    and four ..r fiw- 1'1'1' : 1lillr large .porch. and lawn. 40-4S. At I I am asking for Re-election. f..r. \V. 1'. StoiC I

    ; ilia II. lit :2. i:..\ I 127, Stai ke Call St "ritlc:... F. Ptarke, take; I I Constable of Bradford County |PI i.-- Robert V. T''. .4
    I III left graded road 1'J mile? to rid :No. 1. .
    W. \
    h..,,"'e with' sign at grate Mrs. I I thank you for your vote. and Jim Rodney VarnesLillian v : 426 N. TEMPLE AVENUE

    KOIS tliT--I'IIIIIIII..h..1.: I five room Carl )'III'. P.rookside _\ltS. tf I I ,,",IIIort.I Yasin A ;

    In.use lOt \U.iill I ..il i I.: 10th-t; liy -J. T.. !SILCON. (Cou-t.ible. Ervina A. Rei
    I
    Fruit Sta iid. JT.5: :; a fltiillt It. :Marvin IXI1In SEWING Machine: Company II G Hogan _

    (iriffiN' on J.u.IIn'ilhllihwlI"I ., Lake City, Fla Phone $S0. FOU c'n'1'\\lII: Bert W. Johns
    4 miles from St.irke UpVAXTKl will repair your machine in tiptop I' nivniicT OM linntond J Funderhin; .

    condition, Itt'i't18 It-! Weuse I hereby announce mv candid.n-v; N D. Kilgo STARKE FLORIDA

    \ >-- Companion and housekeeper only genuine Siinrparts; : | for, Constable.. of the First Justice Frank L. DurshimerDoris j ,

    for elderly lad in StarkeI'hone Our -...1'"r: \\ill pi. k ui and of the peace District comprising the ) H Rlackwll -:
    :ii-\V:! Up tI..I.I'I.. I. voting precincts N'o. 1. Lawtey., X..-. Anna Sophie Clausen

    New Singer- ma lime- are. .t'. ..ttta 2. North Starke: and Xo. '. South Herman I' Clausen
    rh.iin I with "-.m r. postof- St.irk.: Ernest Wm. Roher'sPHKUMT
    1.0T-K..y l>l le on iea"onal Ill.- 1'1"1'" I
    fke key. etc in vicinity of Klns"- I I will appreciate: the vote and NO ,.

    Icy l.ake :S.itunlay. Ueward if returned YYYYYYYVYTYYTYYVVYYYVVYYMATTRESSES support of the citizens of the District i irakain. Fla
    to A W. Masters Starke. and promise if elected to perform Kate Starling :

    ___ UP the duties of said office to the .1 W Pope -. FREE Our Gala Opening FREE .
    OF ALL KINDS be-t of my ability..1 I'ltF.riNCT During
    1'ont..":- P..llgr..d, New Zealand !S Uule> F.fNICK. Sr Hampton. FlaEffie ,
    white and giant Chinchilla ral>l>itsAlso RENOVATEDLJth P.edenbaugh

    packaced. raliliit. meat See adn NOTK: Marvin Pin

    <> ptgtIll Hob Gerti:, HamptonLtkc I TiiiI.. How ing names will be removed William G. flirt -I
    Up from the registration rolls. Eugene V. ('hll,11, S

    I I of l I'.t .,.If.rl) ...."nt)'. Florida, for any Ada Clark 'I Gift-
    ..I lit S.; \ I.I'.- .'\\'I C.iani !1' pper I Coint> St.it.- National elections. James Conley j I; -
    Plants n..w ready S.... ..r phoneJK5 mils- the individuals u named ,'lIn.t. Willie J. Davis .PLANTS Gifts ;

    :! : 1", ,," Conner. Staike !UpVANTKI ..> t I I u..t fire of the Supervisor; ofIti'Msiiatioii Sarah Day S
    F U H N I T U H EKetipholstcred i I 11I'.r..n.' advising that, :Mae ForsythTommy FOR Hil

    \ : >-Serxite station .itiriul- th. ) .tt i- -till nullified electors 01( ForsythI FOR Valuable
    ant Mn- lie hoiu-st. i.'lialilr.' and and 1',' .lt..r.l County. Florida. Thi I n..y I FnteInvz I SomethingFOR Men

    c.hr A1,1 lv to Sci-Mce Center Itefinished n' I i-t: i.. done ;prior to April 7th. A D. GriffiK 1
    :Station It 1"I'- : Oscar Griff Ladies Kiddies
    Russell l!r iff isHessie PrizerLet's
    S' Albert L Crosby. JrIMlF.l'IMT .-
    1I.STl1.TTltESS: : CO. .
    house. :2! 1111 V Halek
    }-'Ol SAI.K--S: Iwlrooni .% n. 1
    All modernonven Box 230 1'alatka Fla.AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA l.-M Florida A. Hall .
    east. of Starke < try -
    .. .. .. __ _.
    I Cora A. Hard
    Cash or terms _", ''' L manWillie
    lence4 ..i ies land II 11-" Si I..uu Everyone
    \:.. soiialile. J V. Johnson owner Ann.i M P.lanchardliovle Jones Jr.
    ,.. t uo\ :L'tio! Starke; ::.M> :3 :il j I \ K Moat Wright /enna JifleSinhale
    FOK Till'I P.riMJKT-MINOKli I ; : I Pride Carl W Rrown I. Knight

    KKXT--Furnished apt.. :3 -100 KiiKiu: > rd WfdditiK Invitations Fratii is S rampbell W. U Martin

    FOP.rn.tin.and l ath. $3;' mo Adults on fine rag-content 1'aprr Laura Coy Martha J. May .
    She 8ilKOU : only $1 li"i; Hradf.ird Osteell Dempsi Wilson F. May
    nnlv :I!4 X >"herrv St Telegraph County tf i tck Cornelius Dixon Edward S. Munson Get -

    UKXT: 4-ioi.m apt. furnished. I Minnie Florence Dixoa L.Alberta K. Pittman Pittmao Acquainted -- Stop in -- Register for

    Path ..nlt'1 See .K AVipk- ( 'l.iime IHinstonFlorrie Carl Rhiidpnhlaroid '
    1:1\,1-:1.
    tf Hdith Durham
    : OAS !II
    ? KKFniliKRATOUS;
    ierAPAUTMF.NT E r.hncll'tt
    __ n..gul.lrl) p. I. .1 ..t $2'4 !I:. 1'1'.... Ueorge W. Durham Isroy It Rhoden
    : = K. U UKNT-iJ-room= *. ed to sell .it S t.t '*.") Yin: can't'' John FuquayCharles Winter Henry D. Row ll VALUABLE GIFTS

    screened porch. Frifild.iire. RasM. beat th-: one Sl.ide Oas I'..tR.tIIOS I II Oiddmgs Viola Rowetl
    Sarah C.ill Biddingsil.ulys
    ..\ .-, completetjr furnisheil. Located I May Hush
    : ..i : K. GreenPurvis
    421V:! M.vli.Hvvii Imiuire I Edward G .
    (;r.nllinard
    of Coinmer.'e tfFOU REPAIRED ?. ,
    ChamJu-i Betty

    .\ 11lal..... All\ \toiirlu I.llea Louis H. Hampton Hill hinmr" HIGH TEST SUNOCO GASOLINE
    .
    UK.NT--AtMactlve.lean! I "p.ir'- .i>nalile rbarcea euaranleedu I.eona H. MK'arthy Dora T.. .- -

    mnl ,1....... '". desirable \1-" (' \". r. Miiruiim7H.1 : : T.intmnitLevie Monk Earl E Van Ai-nr--

    small 1 1 ,-...n.II1'1,1) :Mrs' I.inn \V. Call "'. Sure Ph. ::;niWEDDING Cars S. MosleyLiu Walden B. Wad.*. '
    ,. Mr or :MN.'U- Lime U Walker
    at I* i- k -, ille Mosley
    nian.i: i itt \\" Mt lt i'n. Starke If The I ma Norman Fred A Whidden 9-/0/
    : AND: RIUTHDAY CAKES
    Eddie WilcoK 18
    :
    -$S up. Ordei taken at Dahmer's Milton Rivers PER GALLON
    oottas Jessie' U
    F .U I'. E Furnished 4 room Gift Shoppe. Phon 6J. tfHtirSF. I Eva RoseIVrcv Wright
    .- ainl 3 1'.1'\ Alvie Rowe Eva Pearc*
    Powlinc. Sr 5S7V Edith Van Alstine '4
    in. MiK I 1 Hazel S :: app
    _, < ';tI'\\ S' .t. !...-- the treet ( 1 IV: I.AKK: !IWTl.EH-I.al.ft' Clyde Edward Singletary ,'hu. C Tidwell
    ft. Vm-M..in Legion Phone St. >' 1'1',. .. ba'h. now Jesse Lee smart I'KKINT Ni-,
    .in
    i .1 1 Mi-he_ \a. .n" Wir., t.. I.' II Nickle. Richard Smith Therr, r.* A TO Z SERVICE
    -_ |:..\ VT :'...: "., o :Mich, atp1: :!1I' Steave Starling. Jr Dined I Phillips

    t.i ti: S \1.t:>- I ii, ii. t..ti 1'.1. juicy Willie Strong James Veal -'I
    uNl.Y "..1., Iou P.rine Julia E Terry FKK.iiNrr 0
    I ', : \E": : 'sl.Stittd.t'; \Vi. I V N O Kdnu Towncend 'New Itltcr. F X &
    X.
    'nt Ui r KlaCounty W i5ttST SKI.L: \ in this sectionhaiitiful The I ma Canton FOREMAN
    'ikin- 11"1' lprtt J..lin'.l I l.Mi.. )(khat'T..atef'nd\ COLSEN SUNOCO SERVICE
    ) '!ln < ?1 plan.: Kxcdlentcondition Fred C Welter Winnie Plume
    o1'uIUall\\ % and new euaruntee Italliargam I, Helen I Weller Joseph Evrett R"nfPKI'Ir- .

    farm all till- Part> witli, Roi'd credit Nathaniel Whitley : NO '
    FliP. \I.E--al'rt':!: .
    can pay small down payment as- Whitley Hrooker. Fla.
    fenced. Tommy Lee
    nl.le' .room deep house well! barn with electricVimn 1'1111I..T)' rea"onalile monthly payments" John WllkersonWesley R. E Hazen 426 Temple Ave. Phone 314 Starke Fla.
    elertlicitT
    ,
    miles neply Credit Manacer P Owen Wilkerson Vida Mae Mi'i: -.
    IS; ;
    !.5!iOO. terms
    $ Inpleriirht 1B't r:iT> ', Ja. k-.I1\ ::11. Fla. Hilary H. Wlnt Lather Harreli
    -nth of Starke. C. V. 'It 4\1' 3:1 Tommie Levl :MonkH. : Tim S. Mann
    j'.pATTTIACT1VR 3 i
    H. Martin Products That Please. Serviceffiaf iisjizBRADFORD
    F
    newly d..ne over furnished FOR SALK-4 room house, I porches : Wm. howell Edwards I NOTICK TO APPE1R ,
    Buck A. Oriffis In Clrralt Conrt. Bradford < oust 7.
    apartment for rent. Grady running water and lights: also
    \pnrtmen .,n Cirk!: Street 540 umber F.ast..C Starke; about 2li Richard :MoCartyAlonzo Florida In Tkaaeery.,
    Frank '
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    R.itliniion
    P'
    Jr Kt 1 B. 2"! Owner. lurkeKlllngton. ; Hall Harley II i
    ",..,"th A .1 Thomas. tin .x > >
    r-er Herbert Ceo.Valnwrigkt .I-:! r.-'lltcsn"! D-f-'. '
    Agent. tf 3tp 3/14
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