Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03161
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Engineers Get 'Release'/ Thursday;

First Bids To Be Advertised April/ 11th Close To $ 500001iIY

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Tin Telegraph tea advised I'i l +iiitMil "it A 111In; \\' I-LIII:1"1.:t DIe \\', ul te, invited soil tin lr.:' ,

SENATE LEADERS telephone at 2 p.m. Thuc.la)' thai j, j that at dial constructionvmil!
the District Engineer* Office ini I Young letter, dated.Manh. 21. ,jcomn.encf, however.: he continued! ; -s', 11 ;# :twrM "

Jacksonville hal l just rl'-ivcd |paid. "It is currently anticipated! ,/"at the time that you v.eie 11toimed Coast Is Clear

wired release nn Canip Illa'iding! that bids for this construction!! ; of (the anticipated.! ilatt-!

ARE GUESTS OF ROTARYPictured i rehabilitation projects. j i be invited by the District Engineer!!i' such dates were based on estimateonly .

I.t. CuI.! J. A. :Smedlyv 'cutivejofficer during the first part of April 1952. j jj i and the details ot design I For Easter Mkt.

with the Jacksonville office, I j Such bids to be opened approx survev and release of lund, ir
above, enjoying; :an. day In an inspiring p,;e.h entitled I'
..aid that advance -Iotithidlll'C" imately one month later. or during quired I more time than \v.i- r\ r.II.
after-luncheon at the Kui I I I "We Hold These: Truths", a
story try 'I the first of : "
will I"oollt "within the next day' part Mav 1952. Contract peeled. Volume
the Speaker Desgmte called for r Lagging
Club Wednesday are i left to >right, | or .+ ". awards will be made duringthe -
1 a return to the pr'nciples' of f in- I 'I should further like to printsit : "

Representative Doyle E. Conner. tegnty and honesty: in public: office C ',,1. :Siwdly Rave the Telegraph( middle of May, permitting ( \ ,'' Young said, "that upon com r .

Speaker Designate of the 19"i? i on which this Nation was loundc 1. ; the following !vlicilule for advertising construction to commence in early pillion of the construction at #' 1 ill.1 'I ,ii I I'. 'u..t: : .

fosse of Representatives C. Farris: Bryant has been returned to the ) for bids on the Blamlingprojects June 1932.: Camp Blanding. this installatior -- > ,M r i"moved their ; ., -
'I Young stated that the J2.970.00C(' t ta 't.te ,,
the of : will be retained on a standby anon u1re '
I Bryant of Ocala; President Designate Legislature by people j. ,
allocation would the following itct '
of the 1953 Senate CharleyE. Marion County for the fourth Telegraph \ Telephone h.iiidiugbegin cover basis against future requirements ; s i! ,
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Johns! of Starke; and the newly time without opposition. Ho i is advertising April II ; Iiidx of the Department of the Army "I.f"
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Rehabilitation of Utilities ,
elected President of the Starke considered one of the hardest- open :May 2. tem S2.5S2.700 I t' tut" .'. .
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Rotary Club. H. P. Morgan. Oc working members of the House of Railroad: :Spur; -begin advrrli i ; I to activate this installation upo: p I b',
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i! Rehabilitation of Rail Spurs pl' \ \
casion of this meeting of the twc Representatives. The speaker was ing April' 14; bids open Ala} fi.t'tilititht'n its: completion. a

men who will guide the destiniesof ; introduced by Rep. Conner win: advertisingApril : $360,000; j In a letter under date of March L l'nt: : ., I '.t.t, '

the '53 Legislature: was Bry'ent'saddress I serves with Bryant on the Legislative 25; bids open May 21.Construction { Telephone & Telegraph building. the! m. I : i I' .
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25 Senator
II Smathers
1 wrote the '
27300. j ter -tJ t qe' ill' /ti ')" 'k n. 1- I'tA'" I' Ilown 'I .
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before the Rotary! Club at Council. Th" program wa < should! begin oni I I I -
,i "It is to be Telegraph that "Since I tut I .
noted: he said, : rel'el'lligyoyr r "d Th"r nd 1I \ hilt v _
each of the work within ,
its noon luncheon meeting Wednes- in charge of A J. Th-nnas. Si i! phase ten ;
i Ila.Of. tOt'I'I..% after Md-; are I\ "that the item for $250,000 originally letter of February lf.. SmatOr \! u '_ I r ,'n- new ._ .,, t, ,"

I Cattlemen's Assn. i jInvited j opened Col. :-;11It'dl.tit. !. j' contemplated for the reconstruction ( Holland Congi-e.--nian Bennett ''K' wal'l I.I", ,
Dodging Dogs i I of roads has beer de- and I have been working t" _.

To Tour iI j Actual allocation of S2l OOllO I leted.\ This has been accomplished gether on l'lanfYIl1gtht' u irh-tbih; mark '\\
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While DrivingIs to the Chief of Engineers for construction 1 since a recent survey indicate'I tatlon plans for Camp Blanding: -VT : 1 gl'n. .1.tI :
Wolfe Ranch %'" I.... II ,
I j jj |: work at Camp Elanding i that the road network is in satisfactory Your prompting of this study \u.I: ,
The .
DangerousThe | has been made, according to information j condition and does not require I the resulting positive :actn.r., u u'areal .\ .1- j I'll I
j The regular meeting of the I ICattlenwn's (' ; 11.l ,1:..., bt' .
Senators Holland rehabilitation this and I want to mmpliment :
supplied at time. service
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Association will nf>t 'I r. "lut'!lIIIg' the ,
II and Smathers and Rep, ChasE i Young expressed regret to thFlorida e you for calling I it to' i.ii'attention }p"" ;tHw' '
danger of dog- demoostrated i Bennett by T A. Young. ] delegation that there "ha? I I will he ;;lad to h!i- Lange: tt ,
an was an annauncement yesterday by iI tf \111 _O 476 I"
I Chief for Personnel and! been confusion from with : \ I6't I
I Deputy some concerning you anyuggi.):? ; '
Tuesday' afternoon near County Agent T. K. lrClan('. Jr. I -- ... \! I :21 9ft. ".'t 1
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Administration with the t I thus dates thaI invitations bul- ideas > h.iv.'Speakings' a I. I
: Depart ; tor Vim !111tY: '
Highland: when an automobile Mr. McClane stated that Herbert i \ \.t! 22 f\ ", IJ I" : ,

driven by J. F. Tuohy of OleanN. Wolfe of St. Augustine ha \ \! ,? 24 .
\ \nc- i 1._! t tI III' ,
Y., got: from under contro' !; invited all members of the Association d4 \I It' 1' ," 1 11 I"I" _

crashing into a parked truck and I to a barbecue and ranch I Start Thursday tl t :2 I ,1'1 ,

seriously injuring the driver'? tour at his ranch between Green to \\lft
lIad k. : ,
Cove: Springs and St. Augustine j I I
wife.Mrs. II h ,
Nellie A. Touhy :;6'a on Tu day. April 1. I'I The tiny voting prccuit\ ol The M iii dole of met'(tirgi! d.! the No' 7 Hi'oukei: 'I 1 -.us 4 ,I Itie! / 1'11111 fret ;"

carried to St. Vincent's Hospital! The directors decided to call off '! Theressa traditional opening sue eight precincts I i- as follows I 29, depot plattoini n' \' I "I" ,
Jacksonville after suffering a brain I the March meeting of the AssoI of Bradford County political speak- Xo. 1 Thercssa. Thursday No. !8' Starke. 11 i v ,'. .

concussion, deep laceration.* of the! I ciation in the hope that each member ings- will r..sound.th ortaiy April 3, Christian Church.No. I 1. athletic field. ,

head and multiple body bruises Thursday night, April 3, when the 2 New liiver, Thursday i
) would be able t > attend tn- j The schedule 01:1'i i tt? f tit, ,h
and abrasions. She was repor'din I first in a series of eight rallies will April 10 school building. I j ;
hour [I announced by G. I't ..i-' : !'U .
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a "fair" condition Tuesday nigh! and barbecue. begin at 7:30: o'clock. No. 3 Heilbronn Tuesday
chairman of the Bradt'd.' f 1 ," 'III tlK ,
I ii"I lit| l hi-i',
Highway Patrolman Q. A. Fil | Although the gatherings are de- April 15. school building. !!I
l Democratic Executive ( Vimivi, ::: Iii" i Itet'Zt'OI l .'.! : ; Tt\l"( (, .
hngim who investigated the accident Recent BirthsMr. primarily to bring countysigned Nil" Graham Thursday. April
said that Tuohy was apparently I candidates face to face with the 17, Rivers Filling Station. tare!1(I I under held.whose auspices the J i.n-! Rovers line up to bid on fine fruit offered b\ I I'lnwrord.: leaning \ 'cloudy weatherMS tt'-rk. ..

traveling north at a high and Mrs. Paul Faulkner are voters State and Congressional No. 5 Lawtey. Tuesday, April mi t tnii-k From left 'i. right B W Peedivpri.s..ntm! ,, Wish- also slowed up ripeniii : 'I

rate of speed and attempted tc I the proud parents ofi son Paul I'pistrict candidates will be allow- 22. market platform. Programs will be handed out at n.itskt :lathe r 8n(. Harimatilanahu, ; a c h1 n' 'it i 1111,1.' With a return of warmth an.1'. ,'

swerve around a dog on the h.gh- ed speaking time when the count No. 6 Hampton Thursday each meeting; item: the or lie! in pemlent' 1 IK' Miles' repp-Si ..u-nj; \\ ti, 'll>; \), .. \\ ",n shine, however volume shouMf.i '!
I l j Henry. II, born March 10 in the j candl txtas hav finished April 21 I. school building. '.\'hi''J "' r for the Easter mirli. l 1,1 :
way. His car left the road and I I II I I andidatt.s will .tpp'-.tr t-right 'd i spi-ctaiot; > \n,1 i. i' Hioa'O eprcsi-n cup Hn.ssei' r'anu
Glendale Palatka. ''old! !in North Carolina
Hospital, and I
r ( ant
crashed into a truck belonging tc I "'

Pete Brinson of Hugh, which wa. I Mr. and Mrs. K. Merrill Struthi I BBS Band Wins 'Green ReviewsHis Sunrise Service ,J', '.tn'.Hirers has kept from those being t\\ ?.- .ten 9
parked well off the road in front ; i" I'
of Earl Mosley's garage.Tuohy's i I the happy parents of a daugh'ter. I CareerIn Pecan MarketingTo III"'lh' t to the market let'- t'" '

Nancy Lee. born Mircn 21 in1'St Pt.. lit Citv lle praclicalh .. I
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the extent 51 of Buick;about was$1.000 damagedto and t'' Vincent's Ho;piliu. Jack on.I i i i Superior Ratingi Speech Here Set For Kingsley Be Discussed I'fllng-

the truck was! also badly damaged, 'ville Monday Night
i i Disaster
1 Bradford High, School; Bai.-l Lex ( ;n'l'n bidding foa retuI /-,,: Plans !,it: a B' ,i.11't| ; ,| Cm.rty The pecan marketing;:: a 111! I QuotaSet

Give 'covered itself with glory'at; the to Congress from the new Eighth! Easter Sunrise Srivici-' \\ ,'J'< c made! will h<- ; r
They District Meet in Jacksonville last ( DIl1 lid, spoke in Stark. last last week at the IUt'l'lllof: the of the P& For County

Saturday \\winning Division One | Saturday! afternoon and at other Starke Ministerial l As.sor..i'ion! helc1in growers to !

Superioi> rating in concert work 'points in the county du'ingthe the 'nst Iot hodl.1 ('h nh of huu-e in + ; 1'h l ), i I :, iiltiird! ( Mintv' !I' ,

and sight reading. | week. Stat ke. The Sunrise e'vrvice r. March .'!:1. at :: <1"1 ijt"i has liven notii: i1i '

I i I BUS s two solo entries Ear! Green reviewed his lengthy 20 Easter Sunday April i.-:, vr.i!! h. Pecan : !'ltu.u, .-+l quota of $Iuir i i : '
tit I .
I I I \ornt.ut, trombone and Ben North I year career in (I'ongreanti deI held at Kingsley! Lake ( '.., try in Ajiiil; I '"u W ,i' MI 'in fund i">- tug

Freni M horn also came off witha I I dared that the new district in-eded! The RI'L I II. Ha::ies. pat: ("I tit| Ai.-h I., i "!. 1 : l the disaster 1 I-

I -at .tug of superior the highest !i a man with experience in Washing: the Fir-t/ Btu pu
I given I I ton. He said that during hi? will bring the EI+-t '1'111 sg: rip! :Moliil.n. ni I/-/: t t : t. 'n> i.;ht by recon nil.!

TV, A in its superior rating the i tenure in office Starke had obtain- special music will be luiri-l't"! \ by the !ati"-i ,: tte

nand played an overture and a j I ed a courthouse addition. Amer the Bradford High c"ho)1 Band oprating ot t } ; ,. twit C'lmtril 11" t'meet

mar ii the names of which had i i ican Legion home new city hall and Glee Club r .JP. ; >.1! 'ifo-i Other ot.+ .

be 'ii -oaled and were opened be- !!| additions !Ho crity power plant. will be provided for :ol!! It} -,' t''p press /-I"\t:i i >! thl" quo' till't '

tore 1 the judges. The band war l sewage disposal system. use need it. if thl'y'iIl ut' -t 1 iM :r; n.t. at thiH '- ; ; : I _t t 1'11111 H A I.I P t I I'

iRTa al.si. rated superior in the inspection building, and health clinic. He al- of the First Method Hii'ich will explain \ II hung to help 1b d

given the units before they so reviewed his part in the establishment Rev. L. G. Hemingway b>' II: practicemi ( : IIt'I! may leave 1111 .'

A marched onto the field at Gator i of Camp Blandll1g."Wmter's charge of the transpo, atuin aiv! B. Tisdalt-' II'I! '\ttth Miss ,. II' '

''L J Bowl for the massed band performance Rev. Homer Swindaliill "supervise will discuss : \ lirantilillif.nl\ ,it tcriii-. isexhihiieJ I' .
over the sun i is coming trea'"
that climaxed the day'f the parking of cars at :Km?s control of i to buyers! by Filrl.Mosley :

activities Some 1.150 young out. "and everything is turning Icy Lake and the u-lit riu' AI tumty will \ of l..' \\t..).. Tliey brnuht T. "i", Ibj -
GREEN the speaker said. "I'm
musicians in m high school band : though this is a new :-entui loi $11.10 per crate.Softball wor!'. I' r. \ ." ,II!: '" I
judging the future by the past to ask '''
participated Bradford County it !- f''l.p., fed to 221 ,. '
iI iIass j and I believe you're going to giveme diseases p. "I h jllll"1 I
The BUS Band the that over 1.000 will! atiei.i1 !
was only one people : ,
I way over half the votes cast l than I li""I.,1" t t .1' t. ",. ,
varieties, etc.
a in Class D to receive a superior I the Sunnse Service Tourney ,
+t in Bradford County, he declared. T"nn'ss." \1 i,- \:
rating in both concert work and i "If elected I During Hol'eek.. i.i'oiiay" ; In:
am goingto open Alabama ,11i.1 h 'I'' ', '.r I
sight reading : Opens Thursdayi
up Camp Blanding and make a services sponsored by the Ministerial County Agent
'rfh' local band has made spleu Association will be held in' i than a thou-.u.. s .
permanent f.'rt "t t it th- i exCoMyresMii "If you have
did progress since its reorganization the First Methodist Clmich of I ,- CirinSv! =Snf ball Tom namen' stroyed and a tine.,
IM 11-1! am sure tha:
two and a half years ago. Starke from 12 to 12:31':; ( Monday. will g'l t under way Thursday. damaged Red <'r.. i iiI ,IIall..d

undei the direction of Car! April 7. through Titur-d'y.!: Apri1 ineetinj; April .'5. when Alvarez meet- I I on for at least }>", I. ,

h Roberts Forty-five students from Red Cross Total 11'A three-hoi I Friday Service. tnf.; niativi' RUnding in the first game at 7:30.: ;
for disaster relief
.Ek tall I I ) ..I', .r the county are members also sponsoied )I.> t'lc 2>r
$4a 'at n ,fseut and the t-liortage "ot 1 Ministerial .\sslt"ldtir.a111 b !I.elcJ! bors.vith vou : : ,;''1q'l\\ f ti'.' n'.jrhti ap-'ari!
funds with which to additional 11St.. Recent Birth
buy tark'" Epi.cup"il Chinch.
Stands 'I
At $1885 r-t.-d! .n 1 pet" uniforms is all that is hold fl-om 12 to 3 Friday Apt d t
'he band back from even fUrther ; '..1'1' : tin \
I ling The annual eledi'm: o. till!l.u.Iof > I .

wthIr.. Roberts hope Biadfonfr County' ha: $61436:t the Ministerial: A.14..< moon "."\.- I . ., I
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to have uniforms to dresaout On Rats !
enough to go to mach the Red! ('I""- campaign ; held wit;l thi mil >'. .P.;; .-.ruci: : Rough
a 65-piece band next fall and ;'
goal of S2..VM. electedRev Th'. -itt- <; :Mitclu'!'].

t he planning to give some: con- MisLillian I're.sident Rev H >r't!!! .M'-.rulil: T3 2'! .
# miinty
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cethis spring for the purpse treasurer leported that a* of mxir Vir.pieident i rt''t l L I ; Hemingway ct i : i -rtt- .r: H'ii': !j' 'j rw :

MaF= of raising funds Tuesday contributions had I sai-.l ;: Sr.t' :..te..u-' ami. Rev tv w f, -a', mg/ a ..:: ia

V It I hough its rating of superior I. P HII'I'J"l .: ,t ('h.trun: ,
the total to $1855 64. t I" .
I it this 'veek a a 'n'lIlt'the! BUS Band to enter ,
? .tte Meet {j With less than a week remaining J.I :'o fills! I n I :f -
u : in Tampa. May 1-3 j I :
h M- R.berts states that due to the in the drive. Irvin Bobbin Open House Monday photo at 'I igV. W P 'IfTt; t r

t "- .tied expense around $1.000j,1 county izens drive chairman, urged cit At T. A. Graves D1IItJ': ?' !-nt"I1.I: 'i';: ."
of Bradford awi:1&
.s not planned to participate. County to contribute bl'-r-l'i./I.,:: ..1tin
H al'3.
Board : >
Hiaid that the feeling was that' :, and said that a last minute Home DairyT
wnte, -e-I.. while t I.i r. '1'wick. !
push could the Red ( :
carry Cro'"-
Polaroid -Minute Photo by the Telegraph ail money raised or donated at

this! time should be spent on addi drive over the goalContributors A ;! "t'- ti.-A Home Dairy lounly" sanitarur. '

Man wcrailed but few 'xer tn line followed by a ,roupf tional uniforms Twenty are needed of $10 or mon I will be" open for inspection by the anotht saint for pdraAfttr -.'>-- i iit
taken Humphreys Gold tr- :'e'l
I'rlploy"cIn the rats are '; -
this week were Carl Johns $25: ; I public: next Monday from 1 to 2
That the situation WetIne"- lower photo Mrs Mural l in special: trap placed .it iif- '
was Judges for the District Contest Doyle Conner: Charley John.J pm. Mr Graves announcethat
day when the mobile blood donor Gardner is seen on bleeding tablewhile stations in the cout.ty: : ":'' .
were Owen Sellers. FSU, OttcKraushaar. P. Roberts. Volley Starling. and open hou.-e will be held during
unit remained at the USO iu Starke Mrs Inez Howe. RN of me placed in sacks and: t 1't; .g : '
Lake Wales P. J. H. A Lawson. 310 each. these; hours and refreshments of +
rom 9 One hun- I| Jacksonville Blood Bank hold* the health center H't! '. .f
a.m to 3 p.m. Gu: tat. Sebring E. L. Roberts l total of $140.50 was also received chocolate milk and cookies will beserved.
dyed and twelve would-b donors container into which blood i iflowing. ie given enough chlorotori! in .
St Petersburg and M. Mason from employees of Hum .
reported but only 61 pints of Red Cross Gray Lady them to sleep and are th-n t<
phreys Gold. Mr. Graves has
just completed
blood were actually given due tc Null' Griffin (right stands by through a needle stuck .into the '

the high percentage of "rejects" i I|i with a hand on donor's pu.e.I I! Lab Still Leading Humphreys TourneyWith I equipment installation of including complete pastuerizer new dairy,'I heart Mr. Griffin ian exp-t: t'

resulting from colds and other I, Jack Trawick county chairmanof "hitting the heart', although ::,.
electric milkers etc. and is
causes. The 64 pints representsslightly the Armed Forces Blood Donor Humphrey s GoM! 0.Im I t Best individual average.: F R. serve the public with milk readyto deliverie ; raH Is still in the sack during ti! : \1 '. .r1',. .: : : Tr''IF''Ih .

more than half of Brad Drive issued a statement thanking tournament at the halfway mark Fox tat best individual Joe process and Griffin has nothingto

ford County's quota of 125 pints. I the American Legion Auxiliary i t i the Lab Team was still leading McGee 209. best three-gar game total. > seven days a week. Announcement i i guide him but; touch. After .I..K i ". The parasiteyit' Brad .r Will: ",
In top photo, Cecil Sewell (left) I who staffed the canteen, the i j this week with an average of 457 E. R. Fox 432: highest averag'' carried in full his opening advertisement is being bled the sacked rat i- *- . i r'" i off end sent to whet ,.: ". rats 11,1 t tfIea'

is seen having his blood pressure Junior Woman's Club, who! assistedin I'l The Engineering Seme.Depart. number of strikes R. J. Sham. in this a issue of page the I If I placed in a jar and given another getner .V.T. ir..- Wood to the U. S. r ,! ., i'1' ire di-e.i--

taken, while Mrs. B. E. McRae I clerical work, volunteer nurses !; merit remained runner-up with :2.50; highest average cumber n I Telegraph. I dose of chloroform-enough this |i i Public Hrir! LaboratorY in At- trtrr-1: :'' irmr beunj ,

i nght' interviews nurse. In background I: and all others who assisted with': .66G. spares to date M. C. Manning I Th dairy N :,,.'at.-.t near Samp- time to kill the rodent and slat.I lama 1', the :' Il',' b;} the tlePolaroid
John Arthur Torode waits II I I!I the program here. |l: Individual standings alP.l I 53. I ,' (': \ any fleas or other parasites that I I I it will! K> j..v,..-,! ::,'.-: ,r- > [ .. ..1 :_.... ;'a t


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nilDAY. MARCH !H, I I-

LET ANYTHING STOP YOU f Bradford Edward Endicot were birthday, Notice To Persons from time to time sh.nl:! ;
.. County Telegraph'ESTABLISHED iinnf guests of Mrs. Lizzie Duke: '!
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/ ; n Worthmgton/ Sunday. \ Wanting To Bid
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I' I /jh / t'l'/ I .I 1879 E L. MATTHEWS. OWNEREDITORrubtiohf'.J ,. n.+ .i..
; < / / Mr. and Mrs P l M i ward! On P. O.
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; ,,: r.. 1Ij .; 1/ J" ,/. .< /. t .. r r : iiii!! childrer : ... WIll I '
, I J' r Krrjirtday and Entered a* Second
'.i Hagen\ hi. makf their! home t'- r'it'd: : in 0.1-1\) .'
I I. ua.1.11:: tf'r at the Post Office at Marke. ria. \
f :M I,;; B l'1; > u J: i hIt ', '. it! .i' !h ,h\ i hit kin i ';" .\.'. II: ,ri 1.1 t, ? "I'
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1lJ; ; I 'Ilh..c'riptinn S'!.-;.> .Vniuially 1.50 For Six Month'BROOKER

./ 1 :; V I i.t and Mr and :MiM.tx THIS WEEK'S

i HAVE t .f I .// ,I "". 'fy 1.:,. '.. i', 1 laughu i .>.; .1,,, k-,,i,! BEST FOOD BUYS!

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Mrs. F. ). Lewis ,
RIGJS: fRt : f
/ f.r'a :Mi.K! K Mike- and I :MsRoy! Do your Elgin
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e+-- -.- +Green \\"< ie h,"-.',e--e> at ,i hut'i:I I.lay.IIIII" i Banner !
if Buy-ing now
'- ;at tlh. horn.of :M: and!JjMr i
Il / / -> Roy Green Sunday Man h 23 :';

t 4.i honoring Roy' -Hth birthday an- <7qwI II1ii j 41flVtTfa

;: l Jf mveri-ary A bountiful dinn..r1Ii' ts

( ,, spread at, the noon h 'ur. Those 1'1'I I
joying;.: the nci.i-.il m! were. Mr. and
: r Mrs.! Le-ley (Gr.u and children i'
I Mr and Mrs_ TV :Markey Mr .--_
..'"' \ :- and Mrs. Earl Gieen, and .laugh! :; ,
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_;.;.. x1 r- ten: Mr and Mr-:. R. K Duke.- ; ,
-" 'r6 rt ( \ and children of Lmkes. M1 and
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J t \ ,' I r ,.. "- I Mrs John Freeman." T :S I (uantitv, Whl';: Ht.t'l'\l'd. I'l/'Kfs (I"uti Thru s.t,< 'I"\ _"

\ I Ij I, Mann and Miss Catherine H f! t. II .-c_.,..... _
0{ f 'I,'i Visiting in the afternoon! "". Tim "' I
: Airs. Max Lewis and dau;, ,r. .u Maxwell House Vac PackedCOFFEE

American fighting men on "Heartbreak Rid a e" didn't let rain, mud or !jnjury stop them. Rack them '!Jacksonville Miss ErneM.i I. l :

up with your VOTE this election. REGISTER nolake! sure you are qualified. Check with jour wards of Arcadia and :\1' 'I. '

County Supervisor of Registration. Books close April 5. Be sure don't just "think" jou are regis : Lewis. -=
tered. Then follow through and be sure to VOTE on election day May 6. :i I Mr. and Mrs. T \\ Lb. Can 79C

I were in Gainesville Ft '.! <
NOTENew I Mrs. Grady Baxter ,,'

I ville was visiting fin\ :' : ...
the in the Courthouse Monday through -- -- -- --I( _
voters may register at Supervisor's office 1 atives here Saturday -- II

Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. or at the following locations : Colson's Store. Drooker; Mr. and Mr*. Frel i Donald Duck i ARGO
Horne Grocery Hampton ; Louis Dempsey home, Graham : Roberts Store, Lawtey. I Callahan spent the \\-r,' I

I Mr. and Mrs LV (ci; ;' i
Mr. and Mr- Mack M: < CITRUSJUICE Y
I of Jacksonville spent Fun'LtI \ \

the : "Ill'it all Rev. and Mrs. \V. M l-i\\h..n.1:. i
liradford High School) Band has a superior rating highest'e
I Mr. and Mrs Pitt Ia\t- ,-"
along, but it i is nice to know that the judges agree.All t
Bradford County can take pride in this achievement of our hand in the Ii'lrict 'turned home last Satiini.n IP.;: I 33 '

Meet held in Jacksonville last weekend, for it is truly an all-county band, comprised I' Jacksonville where they had s 1" u' ; PEAS S
a month with her patent-. :Mij '
of students from every section<< of the 'Utility. 75
j and Mrs. J. \V. Lewis.GUt.ts Orange 46
Now that the band has achieved superior rating in the District meet, it is eligibleto AS / il
!1 of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. lowAS tj3 Grape Fruit ,4 No. 303 Can
enter the Stalf'I..pt to be helix in Tampa later this spring. However, it was Gano Sunday werp. Mr. and Mrs ... ', a. Oz. 4 Vff
learned jesterday that the band is not planning to enter the stale Meet. The rea'ona- I I. Blended Can Can
M. M. Gano and daughter of St or ,i
lack!; of the $1,000 needed to cover expense* of the trip. Of course, if some wealthy Augustine and Mr. and M I- t\ 1.1! : II IiIML

In-nefactor came through with a heck for $I,0110), or some local or:.:;aiii/ation dciidcd 1 Gano and, son of Gainesville I --- .:b.-...._ ___ _

to take this on as a project, the bund might l lie "persuaded" to make the trip- l Mr. and Mr- David H. .t.1. ?,,..I !I GEM']1 WEtRYSeaboard "O'Sage" Brand Dessert
At an) rate, we're might proud of our Itand, and novv's the time to show our appreciation Santa Fe were guest oi t-.n: '

of their spleiiditt achievement and give them stronger backing: than let daughter Mrs Bill .l >ii's inMr. ,

".'furt>. : and Mrs H .\ < ''.1. 1I"In, +t ..
Gainesville spent 1 1.1-1 \\'o H'-n'i I'f.ittr'lium Railway PEACHES
THE PRESIDENTIAL PROSPECTSAs null :Mi .th 1 Mi! I.I. Watch InspectorStarke No.21-2Can 23

1'uikei; 1 Fla.
Junior Slllldav. l'l..1' III! t .' K: I !i. '
the old saying goes-one swallow nesseeatia:- a 1'I'atin'lunknown! ,
investigating, 'acti\- i-"- \vv. i .M-! FI-I., K : i"I.! -- --- -...- -- -17-- --.
doesn't make a summer-and one primary senator !until hl-c (crime ''III

doesn't determine the fate of the next Presi- itiqs made him a familiar and popular figure --- ,,- "Argo" Brand BartlettPEARS
dential election.. It goes without saying, how- with audiences from coast to coast. Many

ver, that the recent results in New Hampshire ) :seasoned politicoes are prone to look on Senator ;r' .

threw an entirely new light on the I' S. Kefauver as somewhat of an upstart --
political picture, and made it certain that but apparently! the voting public is taking *Hi f No. 212

from now on out the hitter-end campaignswill him quite seriously. The established I )emo- i 29CBREADfamily
be gruelling no-holds barred affairs cratic machine in New Hampshire art-nt Can
General Eisenhower's surprise sweep of :straight down the line for Mr.: Truman and it

New Hampshire's 14-vote delegation gave is almost a law of politics that in a nnmarv. -- _... = -- -.,., -- ,- -

his cause a much-needed shot in the arm and the established machine is unbeatable. -Tet.

inspired; his followers with new determination. in spite of all the reasons why he shouldn't- .

.. The results were much more conclusive Kefauver won handily. The Senator said i ALTO 12C Sandwich

than even his most ardent supporters had that he does not regard this: victory as I II" lScB

dared hope for The Eisenhower campaignis evidence of anti-Truman sentiment, but Loai

still none too well organized-too many rather as evidence of the voters' desire; for

political amateurs have been trying to get new faces and weariness with machine r_ u__ --w_, -__.
into the act, and there has been no effective, politics. ...-
cm nuizeii direction. Hut the professionals From now on. the state primaries will be U. S. "Good" Eat-Rile

or his side such as the able Senator Lodge, watched with intense interest. Florida's DAMS ? I:

will now trv to move mountains to remedy forthcoming one in May will attract nationwide SIRLOIN STEAK LB. 89c
that situation. It is one of the political facts attention since it will be a clearcut )

oi lite that no amount of popular support is popularity contest \between Senator Kefauver E F T.BONESTEAKLB.. 98c
a satisfactory substitute for a first class and Senator Richard Russell of Georgia. (Considerable -

organization-especially, in a Presidential fireworks will be injected into tin t > 7" RIB ROAST LB. 79c

election.. battle of the Senators by Gm'Cc'rnOJ''arrlI1's ALTO ADAMS THE t iTtZN-

That the New Hampshire outcome was a bitter opposition to Kefauver. who has madesome was born 53 years ago in Wal CHUCK ROAST LB. 59c
serious setback for Senator Taft goes with- remarks about gambling in Florida,! t II ton County, the son of a cotton ; '

out saying. He had expected about four of which the Governor has taken vii'l,-in t'\- farmer. Enlisted in the Navy as J HAMBURGER LB. 65c
the state's 11 votes. His campaign leaders tion. seaman during '
cel- an apprentice ...., __ .... ..... .
-""' tJ ( Egg*"*" "
had hoped for several more anti he got- At this ixunt President Truman i is -t I ill /n World War I. Worked as a ---- ->q

none! This i is a i powerful arguing i point for the fence concerning his own candidaix. janitor at college to earn money a Grade "A" Quick
those in the Eisenhower camp who declare with the dopesters changing their predictions for board and fees. Was gradu ? Sunnyland Smoked Frozen

that Taft is a fine vote-getter in Ohio) but as to whether he will or will nut t rm/ ated from the University of .. I f
nowhere} else. Taft's chagrin at the resultis with every change of the wind.In Florida with a law degree and CHICKEN PARTS
reflected in his attempt to withdraw from any t'\'t'nt-tht' dog-fights are on. his admitted to the bar in 192' imiPt
p P I S
the New Jersey primary a desperate effort, no longer certain that11'. Truman/ I I
no doubt, to save face. whether he runs or not, can control the 1 Democratic AITO ACAMS THE LAWYER FRYER BACKS LB. 19c

Another bombshell out of New Hampshirewas convention. And Senator Taft< began practice in Pensacola, 3 r:i: FRYER WINGS LB. 39c
Senator Kefauver's surprising upset win chances of winning the Republican nod un Years later moved to Ft Pierce. ,! -
over President Truman. The towering Ten- an early ballot have shrunk tivmendou-K] Though no fire-eating orator he ALTO ADAMS CHIEF JUSTICE 4To6Lb.Avg. Lb. 3ftC ; FRYER GIZZARDS- 39c
became a highly successful trial SUPREME COURT- promptly re- *f 'I LEGS &
LB. 69c
I Easter Seals lawyer. His friendliness frank. veoled an unusual ability for I -

Have Been Mailed ness and convincing logic held administration and organization FRYER BREASTS LB. 79c

the attention of juries as well which won hearty approval of cl _.
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Letter enclosing East! r se d. as judges; established a wide his fellow justices. His quiet, 0 -
reputation for painstaking unheated approach in court con
Land O'Sunshine
habeen mailed out gent r talc
Is Private Saving I thoroughness and bulldog tena ferences made him a favorite
v C i. I over the county thus Uhhn-ir'i: in city. ,,, .. --d with his colleagues and his
': I the annual seal sale to help < r .:I. ;;; ..
1 i ij pj ''' short ,
Sign of Greed? simple to-the-point opin-
a, j pled children. The appeal for, fmi.-! ALTO ADAMS-THE CATTLEMAN ions made him popular with alla BUTTER Lb. 79C

.". i wUl continue until Easter Sunday: man of vision with faith in who knew him. t '....A"-. Ctn.buperbrand .
I according to Mrs. Ruby Johnri When government steps in on the pre- Mrs. Pauline Torode. 1'0-1 h.t1Il1.11 wisely in the infant cattle in* ALTO ADAMS THE MATURE

Yfext; that for an individual or a corporationto I of the drive here. dustry. By applying good busi LEADER became a candidate ____ dI
'''' I ness principles with sound economy for because he is
immediate needs is governor
produce beyond an Colored i
I Funds derived from theare ,, r-: of operation, he became a against the flagrant disregardman Agen Quick Frozen
eVil that must be corrected then we have
<< used to help operate t-'unmar of independent means. for morality and the reckless
gone a long way toward a socialistic concept waste of public funds that l
camp for crippled child!! I: MARGARINE RASPBERRIES
vTo in- America., Crystal Lake ALTO ADAMS-THE JUDGE-was characterizes government today.
appointed Circuit Judge for the Alto Adams pledges honesty and
need is the basis .
prodijce beyond Any person who does nm t 1.1. JI >?
I Ninth Judicial Circuit in 1938. integrity at all levels, real econ Lbs. S4.00 12 Oz. $4.00
\which the American is seals the mail! Pkgs.
upon economy through .mil'u!
and frank return to 5
I Quickly his reputation as a jurist omy a government i 4
found d.;*It has made us the greatest and wishes to have a part in this [p: spread. In 1940 was ap by the people under

wealthiest'nation oh earth and our stand t want may end the ,lon'nt'-i; ,.nto pointed Supreme Court Justice the constitution. Every voter in 1 1I I

ard of living the envy of the rest of the Mrs Johns or MSS TVr'"i! and was three times re-elected Florida is proud our state has
world. without opposition. As Justice developed a leader like Alto Superbrand Gr. "A" Shipped Ruso Quick Frozen

Cpl. Charles Cox displayed for stripping an away amazing legal faculty techni Adams.great ability Our,state his mature demands leader-his :

The Greedy Person Is He Who, through Awarded Medal calities stance of and complex getting legal to the prob.sub tal ship Democracy, his devotion and to his fundamen thoroughlems.

Government Benefits, Claims the Rightto Cpl 4 Charles R Cox -. M!> Based his decisions on grasp of governmental prob. .
Dozen $4.00
What Another Has Produced! I and M.-: Grover C ('t'x ot Ha ; p common-sense as well as law. 53C 4 Pkgs.
.on.;: has been awarded the Good I

Conduct Medal while serving! \\ 'Ih

the 519th Military Polui Ha:, lems.ADAMS
Use Your r-' -'T1" "" of Your Liberties
tahon in Korea.;: He also wei 'ru' : ALTO -
Korean Service
Ribbontr.: ""I'
t ampaign star. Sweet, Juicy, Thin Skin, FloridaORANGES

FLORIDA BANK at STARKEiHimber I Cpl. Cox attended high .-, :..">:

i in Starke before entering; the FOR GOVERNOR

Jloritl aIionaf Army in October 1945. He ,a a- 5 Lb. 19C
signed to Co. C of the 519tr. ..3:; a Cam!)" iF YlcrCjer "'O r' Bag
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f "'I'c >
1 1 military policeman in \\\,:.: i.r: ... : .: An -

North Korea : ._ :_;::__'h'--_ : :-' _'_. : "' ''_ _. :::-_ '. _._ ;; .......- ...


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TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Easter baskets filled with candies.I cloth and its centerpiece was an:i; ization took part in Its AA AA A A A AAAAAAAAAAAALAWTEY Mrs ,
Blocker's mother. Mr<. A. 111|!with -"--
:Mrs. Sellers was assisted in hospitalities : ( A M Bls"-*
arrangement of !H i
Spring performance in the Fifth I Sr. '' ting-his per!
STATE FARMBy by her older daughter with lovely Amaryllis Band Harley In the afternoon Mr- : : M. E'I'} .1.i .
predominant. Contest .
in Jacksonville \ +1.'I. .1; V! N.vir..m
Harley and oy
Patricia who with Janis Blume Bowls of sweet peas were effectively day and Saturday. eue'! -t u ting \ >it- i L'iMiMs:
Mrs Bryan \VhitfieIdBirthday directed the little people in play placed in both the L. II. l'utrhTT..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT relatm.n! Htilbmnn and >rv Enza m>.1 -.k.- Suiitlavi
I living Mrs and Mrs. Jimmie Br I Starke _.
UWAA11 mg outdoor games, and by :Mrs: and dining rooms and. during the I' ;Blanchard accompanied by Mi>f ', Laura and .I.I I t yVit !. ,
W E. Feagle. Boys i nd girls attending j I luncheon, the card tal-.'s held and their little daughter. Friendof :MiH E Priest !I ansft>ret! fr"m H, :Ib-I.nn Sihn,>!
Fatty the party were Iris and I II I small vases of violets. The game and Mrs. Seabie Rucker. all Mr alit! MrFrt With a color scheme that war Donald Stafford. Linda Alvarez, were played after the luncheon Jacksonville wt're'isitors of j i ('w York I! she is recovering nicelyafter I un 'It ,111111"1; fiit--t.s t>t Mr..IiiJii. :Mi
artsptniiiiig two Mrs Morns
appropriate for the very young Steve Stafford, Mary and Johnny hour. and :MrJ.: M. Bradley I j I week i dergoing a major operation at St Lead .1: : :\t.I-\: tM's tarter Judy Mot
Mrs. C. D. Sellers made her homea Pierce! Linda Suggs, Rita Baxley, Mrs. Dennis Fancher and their evening. I j' his brother hen-. ,: Vincent's IIo pitai in JatK-'r\i'l, I cv R.b.,it.M: :- \ H Kan. Mr- Jessie Slat! Tom Moor-,
lovely siting for a party at Johnny and Melanie Bradley and I young son, Peter, returned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J G. ,;' Mr. and Mrs. Preston Green and Mrs. Frank Wells and daughter H.tllt'Y Sr and l>r and b1I s. W. T.tllt'r and: E'nie! Johns a r on the -ick
which she was hostess Thursday, Billy Crews. by plane Tuesday after having well had as their gut'sts11'- of Green Cove Springs Mr Nina of Okeechobee were visiting I!! \\'. \\eie in J.ti k-ni\illi last'M"iili list thisctk
of last week. The affair was in! BridgeLuncheonMrs. / Mrs. T. A. Yawn and their Mrs. Frank Richards, relatives in Lawtey last we-k '
visited Mr -
i their rt'latves11'! and \ \i-itiiii; :MiH }-: P'testat :Mr and :\IIS Kill: Ttlley and:
celebration of the birthday anniversary 1 L. F. Chapman> hostessat ,, Mrs. J. :\. Brown, in Atlanta, Ga II Terry and Jimmy, of Starke. Mrs. Bill Bennett and MISF I Mr and Mrs Floyd Martin ant' S' V !.i -.' .. H,>-;:. i, -on Steven wenguests of the
of little Emma Lou Sellers last week's meeting of the I for two weeks. :Mr: and Mix. Herbert Walker of Lake City werf son Darrel of Daytona Beach Wet t
who was three on March 12. State Farm Bridge Club, enter i I With a of had as their dinner guests at Sunday guests of the J. E visiting her mother. Mrs. HickI Leroy NormanSunda\.
There was a pink and blue basket!" taining at a buffet luncheon at her I I Mr. and Mrs.group Spencer Starke friends I I Sunday Mr. and Mrs. S. F. family. i f during last weekend. Sorry to hear of thi illness of:
to hold the gifts that were received home Tuesday, March 18. In ad-1 1 I I "Holiday on Ice"Crews in Jacks attended of Madison. Supper guests of I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tuten of i| Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa visit-V HEILBRONNn AIrs T N :Ni'ir.-' .sister Mr<
by the honoree and at points of dition to club members her guest. j!sonville Monday evening of last and. :Mrs.: Thomas Sunday i i were Sunday dinner I.i i relatives in Lawtey from Tuesday, Marian Norman Kob tt r iI It'. I
interest in the party rooms there were :Mrs. R. P. Stubbins of Stark o !week. Mr. and Mrs: F. S. Leeks of Wa :. h \\ i )hn-on and
were arrangements of yellow lilies: and :Mrs.: Catherine Gorman of i Claude Johns, cros Ga.. Mrs. H.o'. Lecks 1 Mr. and Mr. H. C. Kelly and I came on Friday to accompany Mr- 1 i *.
Jr. who is ; ._ .hildr '
interspersed with eolias and fern I New York who is \,siting11'5..i graduate at F. S. U., Tallahassee a :Mis: Irene Roberts of Palatka !,1 David and Wendell spent Majohome. j i I>elli Ste-.rit vi UiKt'.i-! | re visiting
Covered with a lace cloth the Louis Dean. ., Mrs. W. M. afternoon i]' u-i'ing relativi.- liar I :Mr anu >1t1anSull
To the Goethe of
former Mr spent the weekend at home. Tampa. sightseeing at Mr and bits; C E Ciasby aiu' M I1
dining room tabl.'a- centered '! Footer .n.j\t.: : Mttk'; \ ,. ii i\
Chapman presented an apron and i!II From Friday until Sunday Miss Guests of Mr. and Mrs L Merin I "real! :it a -"H. Itli: h.l1| .i i \V.t''I Hi It 'tl.,. !
with the traditional cake that I I \U't .
was to the latter of .
a corsage roses and'iull"ts i Peggy Caldwell visited Miss Sue Thomas Sunday"re Mr : '! : \- MI i t'. : --- -
exquisitely iced and decorated in i \ and an apron. :Mrs.: Her j Mrs. T. W. Hill Mi, ," M! I. I' ', -=-i
Biggs at the University of Florida. and then I hud i M.-n, \ i h!, thiltlF1 !
pink and white and topped with I bert Thomas'prize for : : V Ii LI'II ALVAREZ'STOREC
high score j Gainesville and during her and Miss Gloria Coltni.iii;: three little i stay k \ d I '!I.l
pink tapers. Slices of in Contract was also an apron and'! attended the Military{ Ball at the Gainesville.TO! ; ,t" I Inn. K !
the cake and little individual 'I I 1k
one Mrs. W. N. I
orth'- bingo award University. .
were served with fruit and punch was a number of hot dish I Tilt: .MK-MOKY OICIIAKLKN -' --- --- .. _.
pads -- -
motif Napkins added and plate in the chosen'I Each article wa- made by the andaury Patsy Kurera.Bates FranceCaJdwel1 w,-re the !Farn:I M. CAKI10NDied : ". '. : >: .. i. -\ ". -_: :_ _-_.- :::::::: :.:-f := .
further festivity tc I I hostes The rt-t.e.-hmi'nt t.iblt March!) 1MX!
nit-mb'-is ("if t 11.' Bradford High!
the occasion Favors were littJe'l was ovt-rrd v\th i y'I1"\' liner! I Si htiol} Band vimuth. the i I frank II. Carlton, !ion
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!j Stork Shower I II WMU Circles day sh. received so! many lovely I in. take out the back seat and getin I called in the help of the police, j and if he draws. an as
II ; gifts flowers! galore, four birth the trunk and the friends .
I I retrieve and relatives, their uncIt- Token P ::
|I For Mrs. Peek I II Ii Meeting Notice day cak-- and had well-wishers purse and key I Sidney found them walking do\\i.: !tali >U .
II i \ coming and going all day and Little the Palatka .
... Jimmy Downing and Butcr highway toward home shell i.! i tlem6 r
i Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs E';, The Baptist WMU ciiclemeet will .
evening also happy birthdayto Bailey learned their 1l'.5on11 I 1 an Theressai I they got tired '. rl:I ,
I the homes next
D entertained at a lovely at following I .
j; Tenly O P. Hutto aid
what playing with matches will! waiting in the hot car and d<> .:' ,11" :
Tuesday afternoon for their monthly I
t stork shower Monday: evening at I! who both celebrated their respec do last Friday at their Kingsley to go on homj. ..' ,.s- 1 I.'.,

i the Baptist recreation room holier meetings: live birthdays on March 25th .1 Lake homes they :set: Ui Sorry to hear Shirley St.t ,'. i : .V.,.\.fiie !,\ :
Lorena Epperson circle. Mis B.
Gladys Moony I Img Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. I II T Thomas leader, will meet with; I II saw Everett Crews, wife and baby i iI woods on fire and it would have a tooth broken .iff an.l! fail I Lid+ + M+ t- Ii '. '
j I rn town last weekEverett has i iI Johns ,' .
Phone 35 Attractive arrangements of I Mrs. T. B. Harding at 3 o'clock. I I[ I been serious if Walter hadn't beenon got a sprained shouiiitwhen "i I I li !n+ _
I ... I I just been transferred from San : hand to put it out before it got the Shaw tar. >hivii t'\ 1 ." 'ni; v.V ; :'"
sweet peas and white gladioli were Daisy: Fowler ':lI'l'leIr. Maxie I .
,--------------------- N.w..NINNN.J Diego to Cecil Field Pauline:. too close to the Dowling housethey Shirley collideu ath: a-mther fh"l \ I'.,
: used in decorating the room. The Carter, leader, will meet with Mrs.
. + Ernest and Neal Phillips and were really two scared little driven by a man rr.'m Georgia, on to !1'I I III': ''t t\
I Lawson-Jordan refreshment table was centered J, R. Chasteen. with Mrs. H. L
Claude Murphree I I Claude and Adelaide Crowson enjoyed boy- "and Wednesday of last the Lake Butler !'un Wrdne--lay Fogg. I' oj 1 4r.!
with an artistic arrangement ofsweet Brownlee as cohostess at 3 o'clock.
AudienceIn I a crab dinner at Salt Spring- wct-k little Marcia, 5, and David, afternoon Beth cal badly Those uh
Pleases .
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peas and at one end of thej Ida Darby circle. t
Sunday until they were ready togo 2, Griff gave their daddy (tJ. D I II Ia damaged, and II. Georgia man hint! ,i h.' t' :tni
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. Andrews! leader, will meet with
table poured
Concert HereAn home and found that Pauline s\\ scare he left the youngster and a soldier witn ''urn sere ti 'at ,'hilc 'iI" -. It-'j
coffee silver Mis W. B. Alexander with MrsA. I
from a service.
I purse was locked in the trunk with I in the car while he went to get Ii ed for injuries I.V ri '. _
audience heard I Appropriate games were: played B, Moore as coho=*tess at 3 the
appreciative ke>- to the car in itwar; .
prescription filled in Koch's and I Nice time ,
I to see Dot K< se il-ing (Call
Claude Murphree. well-known. j during the evening and prizes o clock. I just lucky that one .of the car : when he .
1 Dora Alderman circle. Mrs G' came out. quite a bit I Street again, even !h"ut.ht - i ?\
University of Florida organist, in ; were won by Mrs. Wiggins j windows wa cracked t'noug-r.1
just later, the .
| w. leader, will meet with youngsterwere goneafter I not bEfor long OPNI.I' lit: 'h r:,
Starke Methodist and :Mis. Gene Frenzly.: Flynn i
recital at the to pry it 'open( 'II they i old! getrr.rrnnrrrr.nrrrrr.n frantu r'o'
a "l'al"1. 1.hi
3 o'clm ,1 i '.1 i ;" "'\ -
Church last Sunday afternoon.Mr. I IrPet'k received many lovely ] Mrs. D. L. Thomas at

Murphree is a Fellow in the II and useful gifts from the guests !I Ht'lenIaster circle. :Mrs I K P *......".".."..,".,...."" ",,vr.rrr.r.r.rnn.nm Y TI
American Guild of Organists, a I 1I who included members of the i.Beard, leader, will meet \\ lth MI-:

degree obtained only after passing:: I WuiMome Sunday school class. am1 Beard at 2:30: o'clock : t

rigorous examinations in both performance t a T'-W close friend.. I Doris Knight circle \\ III me. t i-1:. .Iue tf

and composition for the I II Asi-ting the hostesses in serving the: educational building: Tu.lr.< ;

organ. Ij j I I !;: .\ere Mrs. J. M. Vickerv and! I evening at 7:30: t-lwk lebratl ofjUe t

The most dramatic number on I ;rri Mi James Lewis.McRaeConner. 1011 L !'

Mr. Murphree's program here wa Friendship ClassThe '
the "Toccata and Fugue in D -
Minor" by Bach which La fiery Friendship BI!>I.' rl.iPresbyterian ,"- ,,' ,

composition and showed< off the E. McRae church will h..ld! "'" /
tit Mi I r and Mrs. B. of
of the : monthly meeting and cov'-u-il! dis'i "
full powers organ Starke announce the ergagement E j
The "Toccata in F' bv Wider+ a ot their daughter: Marian Carol supper this evening i Friday i at ,

showed the skill of the artist withit I! to (;in L. Conner son of Mr and I, i::30 o'clock in the Sunda :Schoolroom : i r I \ THRtriiQ FAvqtir A I U. :

perpetual motion and energetu Mr[ and 11's> h Law- in ..inounce >> M. Leon Conner of Starke + ... I({ I '/ / I 1 .
that continued from beginning nib, arid i [iM'it'H'. : i I I ,
rhythms I tht N" date has" been set !for th- All iii' 'r- I Ii.j t
'.II;:"?-"e.-n trot) 1,1piouiiniig I i I/h
to end. This Toccata is wedding 'I! ilallv invited I fi: ii I 4
I .
a touch-piece, full of scales and / man i ,.if :'i, it <1t1lJi: I Jan Parke* Dinntr : 1 1i

runs throe houl. Mr-1 Murphreewove I I ter. Julia Ellen'. t i .lu-/ < |:'ii Aller '
these: intricate, moving tones I!I Jordan, son of Dr end Mrs A. B I I \- ROLLS 2feJont J 4J

with adept artistry.Mr Jordan of Pensacoia. jCt4AbLdfrSpring 4
Parker Golden ?
-; 4
Murphree's own compositions
The wl'dding1:1: ho an event P u 4

are always intriguing and of June 19 at 5:30: o'clock in the Ta/co I MWFCAKI' 4 4

the original compositions performed First Baptist. church. with-- I-:I'L-, -- > a tnor.
for this concert were especially I D. Haines reading the A Jant Parker Cinnamon 4
here honni lion. St Breakfast -
is (Iso the pap/rs line Moore i iam 4
enjoyed by the audience as they ]I I reception: will im.r. -diat 'ly follow say-I but it feel more like mid I Vincent hospital last Saturday .Pu. LAYING MASH ? t's ** 4 t
were based upon hymn tunes that the ROLLS
wedding in the church educational 4
winter with all this wind, rain and oiry lo hear Son> Tenly i-
are familiar to most Methodist 4
building.No I cold, but believe it or not sec an in St Luke's hospital with rheii 4
and Baptist congregations.An invitations 25 I Ibs. WO 1 I Ibs. 4
arc being issued -
| orchid tree is in bloom at the L. mane fever glad to hear 4
enjoyable feature of the program but all friends and relatives the S. Hutto residence: how nice'"Wools' : Dyal's operation in the Vet hospital 4

was the appearance of young couple are invited to attend. Cain is building all sortsof at Lake City was a successand I|, $ $ : r( 4
Larry O'Steen. tenor soloist with
shelves: tables, etc. for the he is getting along fine i i E 4
the University of Florida Glee ifr ,> 4
Club, who sang "I Love Thee" I Johns-Brewer Methodist church Sunday school J. E. Denmaik, studying dentistry -| P'.i.' ? 4
rooms -He's a real artist in that at Emory Uni., Atlanta, Ga. 4
((Greig)). and "Come Ye Blessed"Scott line hear a certain BHS Jr., is home for the spring holiday I E 25 Ibs. 100 1 Ib s. 7 4 4

initials (IE A.I), got the wrong Janet and Bobbie Turner were 4
Following the recital a recep letter from a girl friend! in Jax home for the weekend trom Foil I t v v.i t. M1: ,.,,w.ut 4,
tion was held in the recreation hall 51-/5/
of the church honoring the visiting I the other day-- seems he got the Jackson, S. C. Janet will stay !; E $447 l' 4 4
artists. 1 one belonging to a guy named up at Columbia, near Fort .lack- ', y' 4
"Bob" also hear Margie ( Patel is stationed 4
I Inuspic's I 1 son as long as Bobbie 4
The recital was held under the szyt
Galloway and little daughter are there see Lillian Pearson 4
of the Methodist Senior 4
i now calling Washington, D. C. formerly cashier: at Setzer, now --- ---- ------- / 4

Choir. home they formerly resided with clerking in Ilobbius find Betty Florida Dressed and Drawn Grade A : Marcal) ColoredNapkins' 4 4

lei father Van Patel glad the I Ann (Flynni 1 Phillips cashiering E 4

BHS Glee Club L L. Conners are back home in Koch's they got a new sandwich lOc

Will Take Part again after several: weeks' visit grill at Carpenter which FRYERS LB 49ci 1 i .. _m- ;,

with their two daughters Mrs. F. will be a regular luncheonettiwhen Mar.'al TeaNapkins '

In Voice FestivalThe J. Shaw and Mrs. Felix Sapp, while completely tim...hed! presiding \ 12cS j
Mrs. Conner was recuperating 11 tind Junm : -
at the grill you
,... 4
BHS Glee Club is busy with ,, : ". I from a serious eye operation.See Chambers. Eula Mae 01 Mary, t Copeland Small Lean Fresh Pork "I"I'I -------' 4 4
final plans to enter the Floiila I \ Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf has Sellers .see Can \ whelping I I DinnerNapkins
District Vocal Festival at the IJ | returned to work at Barkdale out in H. C Wall his\ : 15c I
University: of !-'lorida on Sat.\\ Jay, a RtI after being on the sick 1M tin- AJl'nt.y'hil,' Ray K' dda is ieiciving 49C t
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March 29. several days last we k Jam MX weeks' special training : 4 4

Glee Club members wi'i! meet at'I I' g i' Dan by came home t i">m the Alachua at Hartford. Conn. 1 Itivil.l. ily 4

the USO building Saturday morning Hospital last t1 I iday but i- Orchids to Maude Brownie! : who ;... : Grits 24 oz pkg 16c <,

/ at 6:30: o'clock am! leave: by Mr and Mrs. Berry S. Johns announce I still confined to bed and Jacque telebrated her birthday last! Ft.ITS ....----- 4
chool bus for Gainl'slIreturn.: the engagement of their Iceberg : 4lt.itIt
ilr| Soap ll.it 4
tog about 6:30: pin. daughter, Josephine Frances, tc 4T
The local Glen Club, making: its William Lee Brewer son of Mr i 9 LARGE C Lux; 2 for 25c -

first, entrance will necessarily,in this he annual ilas-nfied festival and Mrv Wiley Brewer of Starke 1' LETTUCE: :: L HEADS 19 ;\ shortening*- -:__ 4 4<

as Class D.Entering. OES Pilau SupperThe '
3 Ibs. 89c
from heir will be a I ,
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trio ensemble and a soloist \ ?
: piano Eastern Star will sponsora 4No
Joan Tenly, first soprano. Patsy : *
chicken pilau at the Kins
supper: j

Benton Lawson second alto, soprano will represent, and Gershwin Alicse the the Legion benefit Hall of tonight the Masonic(Friday build) for 1 G S P 'A M 11 0 z. 39 Surf, Ige_pkg 30cI'alniolhr 'I..4

trio ensemble with a ing fund. Serving begins at 6 p.m Cant :
". 11a
number "I got plenty of Nuttta Adults $I and children's plates i II.. .
Mary Julia Futch will perform theAdagio 3 for 25c
\ Soap, .
Cantabile movement of Pickle Patch Sweet Mixed .
I 50c.UDC : -------- .4
the 13 Beet
piano Sonata Opus by \
To MeetThe
hoven. > Octagon Toilet 4

Mrs. Ruth Parker will direct .k Soap 3 bars 21c
W. T Week's charter U. D. PICKLES 22 OZJAR 25C '
the groups at will the be festival Mary, and Julia accompanist C. will meet Wednesday afternoon, EASTER at 1. _..N--_. ,

April 2 at 3 o'clock r.t the home of ''MarxHous: !Sud 4

Futch. Mrs. 0 L. Beas-lev and; Mrs J. W. : Vel, Igopkg30c \

CirclesA Kincaid. t Nutley (Colored and Quartered) : ------__, ;
Presbyterian DUCKYwith
1 Executive BoardThe ; t
of the combined circles

of meeting the women of tit' Presbyterian executive board of the all the TRIMMI\GS *> OLEO LB 19ju -:...-,_can--- 12c \1
church will be hold Wednesday 4i
Starke Woman's cluh.m meet
afternoon April 2, at 3 i Liquid Starch :
Thursday afternoon April 3, at
clock at the church. The executive I Sta f io 23c i iSwlfjs
3:30 o'clock.WSCS t4i : qt. -
board will meet at 2:30: preceding t Nabisco 4

the meeting. I > t 4

Altar. SocietyThe Circle 1 Circle of the Methodist One W. S 1\i Empty lOc Baskets j I Filled 39c Baskets *K> S a I tIne. C rac k ers 1. BOX 23 c :! Prem can 43c '4 of t

I'C S. with Mrs.[ L. A. Davis, leader up up _.- ._ 4
Ladies Altar Society of St. 4
I will meet at the home of Mrs.: Ed. --'"--'---'--------------- > \, 4
I --- Uroilc'd t1ariclK" ( .11'+
Edward'church! will hoU its\Torode. Mrs. Pauline Torode is rohostesses GRASS'I lOc per BAG >

monthly Tuesday 1"'I'lIIng. morning at 10( I : Rival : Hamburger 68c 4
meeting ; Tue-day -- --------------------

April) 1 at 8 o i-loik, o'clock Boxed Easter Candy 85c to 2.50 : suJtana.-------

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r II III Easter EGGS & Novefty"CANDIES : DOG FOOD CAN lOc Rice, .3 Ibs. 38t J

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10 DAY ti.\ ".Iioye you Candy-Filled Toys j Plush Bunnies :. Cashmere Bouquet, 3 for 25c \.

TRIAL I N o Cost to 25c up !, $1.98 Jewel Oil, quart - 5 i( 4
HOME at 10 DaYs ------------------ -- 1-------------------- t

-,,. for Ip I Jelly Beans : Easter C Swifts Chopped Ham 53 \

25c ._. __.?. i ,..,. ..
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: Silverdust Ige. box 30t-
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,., Toilet Tissue 3 rolls 25c
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Stick Cologne 0' Marcal Hankies, pkg. 9c.

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f"l b.tttr-look b.ntt-la longs CHERRY PIE A&PFOOD STORE
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I FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1952 1'\liE t 16 1I 1\ YI

I Miss June Patel spent Sunday Dr C B Mar-hburn of Phila Mrs H: W Hayes and son Bill.! I'vt.. James L Alvarez of Fort i iBennin I Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crew: I left

I Mr. and "Ir"II) i' Miss oil returrietl home Sunday from a ten -. Gaas
II afternoon visiting delphia. was visiting visiting his par I and baby Deborah \risitors I.t t-

I P. Bennett in Jacksonville. The :rends! henne> day last week He I ,iay trip to Memphis T.-nn ents. Mr and Mrs. Raifonl Al !I, \ rf V\ ; v.! \' VK ?

Hennt-tts recently moved to .Ia,'kscnville | has been spending a vacation with Mr ar.'i i Mrs. Clifton Brown amanda varez. ,,,v, !r t the weekend. The Ai- 1 Brotvr. v're1' -

r d2ek4Vnaitl45iNEWS and are residing at 423:, his sister. Mrs A D Zachanas in I- Johns and Gail Duke, were varezes alsv! hat! lts a weekend ( -. ,:, <' ... i -: \ I isI :

Oak St. Mr. Bennett is employed i; Lake Butler I :ji Orlando Tuesda\ where Mr visitor. Harry I hetu-i.i of the Jacksonville I ha.bn. .. ,'.-..... ; :s ..
by S. H. Kress & Co. I Close outs of 12 ft. linoleum Brown attended: the Seaboard Oilo. Naval ba t'Bo's I IDi.'iM fa! I lonl. VIMten JKi'-us: >-i iilte't ,
:: :: C. \:1:! FieM: I.i' '
I : I: meeting in the Angebilt Hotel. Sun'1: K .-: v ,; ,!
Rev. and Mrs. S. J. Grady have pattern7'Jc! a quare yanl. iahardine pants sizesG ., .''J. .i H
: !!! i I .
.. returned from Orlando. Sanford I Hart rui-nitiire Co. Mr- Charles Darby. Mrs. Morgan to IS S2.9S at Stump's.New \
6 ,
I"I !
Lake where visited Richarde Mrs. H. C. Brown. Mrs : ", ".
and Mary they Mrs. C. S. McCornack of St. patients in the Dt. t.?If .
I Mr and Mrs. E. U. Charbonneau Mrs H. I' Galloway left March friends and relative. Charles, 111. and Mrs. R. T. Bell Junius SrTiitn and Mrs. E. L. Matthews Clinic Hospital anMrs MIM: 'i i -

: of St. Petersburg were weekend 14 for Washington, D. C. where ('I...... out-, of 12 ft. linolfiiutpatterns. of Skokie. Inn. are house guestsof were luncheon guests Wednesday Plotts of Kingsley Beai-h. medi al! i \1': "

[r guest of John Uglow and Mrs. I she joined her husband, who is assistant 79r! a square<< jard, John Uglow and Mrs. C. F. oflrs.. L. T Crews at Mrs. Ann Mi'Kmney. Starke. surgical

F. Ward last week. C'I! manager of the Hotel j Hart Furniture ('0. | Ward. High Springs.Mr and Mrs Heulah Thompson

I Mrs. B. F. Boone and childrenof Houston. Their daughter. Linda | Mrs Carolyn Redgrave and sun Lt. Col. James A. Griffin and and Mrs. Jesse' Smith and Starke.: medical.Mr. / _. -" _.'__ n.. _e'O' _: : = ;- -. :::; -!;_'..
Jackson, Tcnn. are visiting at I:]I Sue will join them later. Mrs. Wayne spent the weekend in Jacksonville i' Capt. Harry Hatcher entertainedall family visited relatives in Bunnellover and Mrs. E. II Ten\! .uii!

I the home of Mrs. Boone parents.I'.'Galloway was formerly employed; visiting Mr. and Mrs. Till- the officers and warrant officers the weekend. daughter Joan, visited i then ".'il:

Mr. and Mrs. O. W White Sr. at Humphreys Gold Corp. ', man Hutto. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie of Camp Blandmg and their wives I Children Easter: dresses: : and brother. Sonn m st Luk-: : BLANDING DRIVE-IN

Parker and Mrs L. S. Hutto drove last Saturday evening at a barbecue >ile1'I I to II t at Stump's. hospital Sunday. Sonny :- 'mi' e:
dinner Col.! home J. Mundorff: expe.-ted home treatment for rheumati
to Jacksonville Sunday to pick up at Griffin's tevei
Give A Young Man A Chance j. Mrs. Redgrave and son and were. at Camp Blanding. I this weekend after two week'svisit Attending the family reumo-i. : .t: ', M, r', -. I

'I. accompanied by Mrs. Lettie Pal ker, Capt. and Mrs. F. M Williams with relatives in St. Petersburg.Dr. the J. E Hardy's Thursday (It! la>; ( ..srrxiccTHEATRE .lieu, :

I I of Jacksonville who had spent the I. and son, Rickey are moving to I and Mrs. J A. LeClon- spent week were Mr.- Stella Haisten ,,! I \ M \KT1N Tilt: \TRt. rtian V .
weekend with the Parkers. Oak Park. Ill. this weekend where the weekend attending the State Washington. DC. Hugh Hardy! I

I ELECT ,i Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Williams of Capt. "Buck" Williams will\ be Flower Show in Lakeland, the of Winter Haxvn. Mrs. Ruth Hard

" I Lake City were Sunday ,guests Of stationed with the 142nd Fighterunit American Chemical Society inWinter of Lake CIty Mrs 1\ !' HtrIy I' Box Office Opens (t:3; :{W(> P.M. Show Starts 7:20: P. M,

f Mr and Mrs R. O. Dansby and at O'Hara Field Haven the Bouganvilleashow and children of ha uipt.n' and Mr. OPEN EVEUY HIIT<; UXIN OH F \IH

' T.A. family. Attorney Hollis V. Knight attended in Hradenton and the Bulb and Mrs Charles Harl ly 't' Starke.Mr ; .

i Yawn Miss Mary Ella Turner spent the ville\ last the Friday legal and clinic in GaineS-j Show Miss at Barbara Fort Meyers.Houpt i-s visitingher and Mrs William Norris I Fri.. Sat. Mar. 2>, 29 '..unln"n I M.i,. ;: | 11n( ,
wt-ekend in Valdosta Ga. visiting, spent the weekend in o. aU visiting .
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. their KID from TEXASwith ,
1 her sisters and their families. Mr. daughter. Mis J c
E and! Mrs Bill Brinson and Mr. and their gue>ts over last weekend Mr. E. Houpt. in Daytona Beach. Her Hillniaii Audit Murphx u.LADD'PRESTON
f ) grandfather is seriously ill in a
YOUR and Mrs. Clifford Paulk and son.I N
Mrs James Reddish.Mr Mr. and .. MUM
there. 111''; \taitin l ati.l and )'1". "1ggio \\ Mui :MIII Elite
,' hospital I ( ;
Paul of
Pearson Ga., Mr. and MARSHALL
Raiford Brown CRISP
rs-v and Mrs. .
son- Robl'.wl! Edwai'l\ : t were
Mrs. Butler Hendricks of Lake! Mrs B. M. Martin had her patent I ( .art..nun. n
,and Mrs Huren Brown and son .n! l Lakelaml over the! \\ efktiulvisilin
r COUNTY Butler. I -. Mrs and Mrs. .1. A. Dlek .-1 ..t
wr Tommy, of Plant City were Sun : Mr and : Hale.
< } .. Mar. :{Hl (0\I., '
} i f Fr .,, I'fc. and Mrs. AI Harley. III. Bronson. visiting her this pa-t' 1 I e
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mrs I F Roger of J.iik-i,>"\ le
visited Lt. Barney E. McRae at weekend The '
Dobbs. I pert[ : !weekend uith vu: i : 1;:_ i- greatest _, ,
JUDGE Fort EustiVa over the weekend. Close outof I 12 ft. linoleum l- 1'111" I \ I tut '
Mrs I) D. Oliver and Mrs.; DaveTurner ter. Mrs T F Lanltr 'cur: h>
Diane Gillen of Mayo spent the patterns. 7lc! a.piare/ >and' \, :; ADVENTUREI
Clainesvill; 'h.
golngto t 1.1:
have returned to their ? sp I Il '
'd.. l'hui. \ '
weekend! with the Nelson Green Hart I'mniturr ( 1 I"
remainder of .' ,
I ;
home In Ft Lauderdale after be- \\ rice _
ing called here by the illness of family. I son' and daughtt'i-n'-'a! \ M1:1.: .: I
Veteran Ex-Farmer : : LawyerCourteous their sister. Miss Juanita Bessent 'i Mrs. Carl Wynn has had as Mrs G R Rogers WaltDisncii's nu\\ M<
who is back home now after being guests during the past month.r. MATTHEWS Mrs R Koolhi-! r-i.ined. ) B\E' -
Honest : : Capable and Mrs. Walter Pauley "t G'-
in the Alachua General Hospitalfor her home l
: in Jasper! Sunday afteispending
Chicago 111., Mrs. Amundson of \Mill GIVE Y lokirt lens Sheasee i I
MARRIED HAS TWO SONS ten days.Ladies two weeks with h> "LEASE
Madison. Wis.. Mr. and M i's. Tom I HONEST.EFFICIENT. ( reusurr 'to ;k\
(Pol. .\<<1'\'. paid fur by T. .\. Yawn) hats just arrived at Burnll and daughter of San Francisco. laughter Mrs. B. C. Holtzend>t i iv

tFAITHFUL \ ;ao. has been ill. A.AD
Stump's. I '
Calif and Mr. and Mrs Island ) )\ j jrn'o
Mrs. Peggy:: Shaller and Mrs ,; Fred Clark of Charlton OU I AND Mrs I Emma Creech and Mr .- # = .
Ralph Bejue attended "Holiday onIce" :Mass and Mrs Grace Veil I of New Steve :Middleton of St August ,j 1 .UK BOBBY CRISCOt1 i i 1'lus .1. "
rainrii < it"
; ; cartoon
in Jacksonville Wednesday York City.Ladies. i were Sunday vi-itnis, "f Mi l'lu, "Tu lan\\ ( urtoon
evening of last week SERVICESlk Thelina Gre;
THEATRE cotton eyelet trim-1: < n
I Mr and Mrs. .1 K. Hildebran nu-d slips :ili to JJ i $1:9; !) 1(5(; ,

..STARKE and children, Gary and Linda, to ;:>:2 S1.9S at Stump's.Mrs. : Je
visited Mr and Mrs. Morri- Fosterin T. F. Landrutr and daugh- 1 os ,

Dedicated To Community Service I Jacksonville Saturday.Television I tt rs. Frances and Martha Van I 1l BOY8 GIRLSl ITS fREE!

-Movies Are Better Than Ever" ............ Priest, Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mo
'lane and children Tom. Don and t CONCRESSIONAl DISTRICT.

Sat. Mar 29 ONLY \ Tues., Apr. 1 ONLY Katherine, and Sandra Johns attended -

DOUBLE FEATURE e.eel.lao Tips the "Holiady On Ice'h"v' j i VOTEFOR
in Jacksonville Tuesdax eveningf ,

Lightning Carson By last week.Mr The General Electric Refrigerator

I and Mrs. Ewell Law ,,'. an i ,

RIDES AGAINet. *"n, Jimmy, and P P. Wood.ti.v.I .'. /
., .leery R., '.x.. .
with Tim B'.dilcr! d4 Uri Otto Hulttt MinC'ooleyfn kea, I CHARLESLADDER to Ftidgeland, S. C. over th. week- ; HiiIiflI .'. '
McCoy ,t?W1UIAK- tOMU Baee R. Cil.ii' ma use ite 1, .ml to visit Mr. Woods1 brother.. t. !.:.:.. .
'' /eerttd A Rl eAtkii;
AND Owe*W IO&RT imuiuxaKuunruim I-uvrence Woods --
- who is ill MVYiiuds '
riu" "Sn
c latest New- I I ;fm ? t9M ? lot several weeks. /

\11 s. Pearl T. Whitnel ot I IK land

I visiting herister.. Mrs :Met-i,
Struth. and family for several i

LCOUNTERSPi!, 1001 ADVENTUIES 15 NEVetf CLIMBED days Mrs. Vernon Silcox brought Ihj >

FUMING IN COIOIIrwj BYAPlRPHUAl SITTER Mr Struth and baby daughter I x'
eauwu rclue
THE '.1tne from St. Vincent's hospital e a.=
_w McMeem 1IaetrlonG.eAt.JlpGuki& And Qt ,
-.ow IIOIIIAIII_ Sf pia a D.4 Hriot SI v II since MAGIC i.n TuesdayUVdding I
CM tao iM IM b* lot to too U raw
*.CCOuallllSPr ;Julrtb,PMtlPiM It!, fih / Hell- -Crjstal ant1 r
wim luuiuii D.cM(,lAY' aR.
CARPET China in her rhusen pattern. TheBride's 1
Also "Helpful Genii" Csirtoon and MINION Sluippee.Mr "Shorty"i

Serial BIG $ and Mrs. .1. D. Doyle visited ,
pRO>:Its rows MI and :Mrs. lien Blackwell in '

Sun., Mon. Mar. 30,31 ;; r. IOCILIE" "'11 IoNN t / i<< II ala Sunday. Mrs. Blal'kwell.1 I Iloimer % '

resident of Starke, is rev !e.
f operating from a recent operation.Mr .
; .
Spectacle' PAiiI11A NFO AA N
LIT"E i Bill Long and I
eeeleel rlpeeiiu.
Never laughter.: Mary Dena, of Gainesville
Before "iiuiiiuivland" Cartoon and l lin I and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll weeee ee e e eeeeeee.e.--

( Ii pa loo g I Hapl,y land" Cartoon and son Bryant, Jr. of Jackson- "Now all I gotta do is find COWGIRLS INDIANS
Filmed / \ ilie were visiting Mrs. F. H. Long'' AND HOLSTER SHERIFF'S BADGE
\ ceu ,"
Thur., Fri. Apr. :3 5, 4 ..ii Sunday.Mr. a car
TnomBLYTH "'JI "" Our succevs is indicated l li\ tin and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and -1 PCOWBOYS

t. POWER r -e t : new dit'nto1' add\ (laily laughter. Pam were visiting rela-: .
We will take (ire> of the .e .n'
t lives in Marianna Beacon Hill ,
... needwith .a\. /
K tll ott' Beach, Altha and Panama City I Iover !It.< jour car r
i 1 Y lOuliEENNIE Chas. C. Shepherd the weekend. I Ings you will appreciate. ?

.i Mrs.: Emmie Lisa Theis and Mrs. i TTTTTTTTTTYTTTYTTTTTTTLIBBY
1 A ,, filer by 1TECHNICOLOR (;JuaranteedKADIO A M. Blackman of Jacksonville! r.

Paramount -2- .___.... IV _' were weekend guests of Mr. and rrC

tIIIf" TECHNICOlOR Pidun IMus "Sln Again of Mi(-lilgan" & TV :Mrs.: K. G. Duncan. I '

Carton and 'Tannwl Fend" Cartoon Mrs. II L. Speer of Pahokee
Plus Wo-able Kitty" Cartoon S: -
& Service
Sales and Service
!! spent several days this week \'i"it-1 r
Iate.t News I I f
I'h.239 Starke 'I' ing! her sister Mrs. G. J. McGriff, ,

I ._______..... Sr. and Mrs. Lex Green and families. lluuluulua..l.udKaiser L.
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uu..uu..............u..uu.uuAT Mrs. Frances Thorpe, secretary; r
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to Dr. Pete Felos. has rented the
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Sullivan home on Westmoreland
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THE :Mr and MrJimmy Crosby and J

KOCH'Come *1 :Miss: Frances Barry attended a Elect

K family reunion in Leesburg on Sun-

>* ,!. .'''avi D. B. DICK( ) ... ,
rRi2GI -'- i DH II Adams attended) >l I th.i -cv .
,'tt" y in p. am I seminal in Live Oak Tl-.tu!: -
s 10rL :\ 1 of last week.
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.( '2" \\!( Easter Shoes for l lii> and

3 s l : Everybody Shops atKOCH'S p. :girl. at Stump's.M .

largest EasterInventory F l I Mis. R. A C..
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family and :Mr: and Mi! -

Ever <.IY'. { p. (',''!I.Ir. attended the L"A.

I.4 To Hit Starke USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN la-- and Frances :''lis'lIb v r

'4 p. H.ith.iMe. Sund." WITH MOM
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3 Easter Dye lOc 1 ,' Candy Easter Eggs ., I VVeeUell.l'UetK t'llh\; : .it. '\ St oflr Al._ istr!.1:1.: d! M: ,,. : [ ..... --'j-I I I'j OR DAD THE RODEO IS YOURS FREE'!

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.mil, :Mrs J F""t', r a .I.Li i r. D-d
j ./"t Be first in yourneighborhood Mother
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1' to $1.25 had! a- their gUN.ts11' and Mrs !" A. .
Easter Grass lOc 0 lit .' .' I'I III l1g YOur ..
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bl ( Kaster dresses! sizes 9 to 15. Y _._ ,4_",'", U 1- I r. r. de/fu// If., 1'" ,, : fI
Jelly Beans, lb. 35c s4 \Wooden Toys : 1 12 to :211( and I 14 1-2 to 24 1-2 '__ :,, ..., __e_'_', : ...,., .' ." 1. -T tle 1',1 I I,:. I' Ir .
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at Slump's.II. : -.( '. rg 't .or. You Ira !. f'. .
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J Easter Baskets filled with Candy & Bunny 49c up > r : i.sl'\ .: liiinca", return.; in! 3'7 fr-. ''L J'f r a j F .. (. I IH f ii" fI ,! .. el" 4"1'\Iv .If', '.. / :.'.'I'I
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Large Assortment Of p re.petive patentsDr \

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.4 :: I 11 hhIr"11'IsItt'o.1 Dr ,\dam.- :1.: th- CONSTABLEDISTRICT REFRIGERATORS
.4 ., E Baskets
aster -'P. Mrs Carrie Adams .n .1 f I' k-
.4 : $209.95
.4 Easter Bunnies _s.: sonville Sunday. ONE Mode 4.F 8,;

,.4 for the : Mr and Mrs. A. W Stump \\h > l.a\tt..y North Starke YODelS FROM AT EASY TERMS

> habet'n wintering at Miami
..4'r lire Selection Easter Cards Individualeed.. : Beach, are visiting Mr. Stump s and South StarkeEXPEIt1ENUED

.. > Brother F F Stump and family : -
.4 p INLAW -
.4 'F s \\t.k while enroute to their -

:. --.c: m New York. The F F ENFORCEMENTYour : Be supply I

.: >. .'tiles.mp-) .' will Mr also and have lrs.'m weekend H. 1 Vote and Support twitted 1 G .J. /
KOCH I DRUG STORE ::.-.-Ims.'r: and family of Monticeilo ON MAY 6 aF "6 ; "

Mr and Mrs. B. T. Thomas will

vote an weekend guests. Mr. and (H7be Appreciated ,RURRYr: PHONE Authorized Dealer ;STARKE;

:Mrs G: D Pierce and daughter !

i 3 PHONE: 53 STAUKE. FLA. !* Fr.ini.es.: >..f. Pompano Beach ancor. ((1'01.h'. paid for bv HURRY L IH 220 GENERAL ELECTRIC HA

.- George H Pierce who ha: P. R. Thoma.) "
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r C We Welcome Another New Institution :



1. A. Graves HOME DAIRY :... I IE

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-- Delivery Grade "A" ....;< :

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PasteurizedMILK _
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Electrical Milking Equipment In Use C \ Tart Of IairHerd In Field Of |In' -. 4'

We have just completed installation of complete new Dairy We cordially invite the Public to come out and visit our ',,

Equipment ... Including Bottle Capper ... Pasteurizer ... M I I'''"., l.\ II.!. I.J It i.t"' ,]I't, Modern Dairy at any time ... We welcome I your inspectionand .:.
Steam Boiler .? Walk-in Cooler, and Electric Milker. \nd \I I>a.teurtzing Equipment will appreciate your business.It ,1
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E Is A Pleasure For Us To Join In The \Welcome Of This Important New Industry To Starke And Bradford County. Milk Is Recognized As The 4 4 4 4 4

C': Most Complete And Perfect Of All Foods And Nothing Is More Important To A Community Than To Have A Local Supply Of This All-Im ,I

portant Source Of Nourishment, Where Grade "A" Pasturized Milk Can Be Obtained Every Day In The Year. I

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Congratulations REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION : We Congratulate I 4 4 4 4

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C 1 HOME DAIRY I In Ths Modern Home Dairy T. A GRAVES DAIRYAND 4 4 4 4 4 4

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'We Are Proud To Have Supplied The 4 4
Pasteurizing Equipment For 4 4
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Craves. 4


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Jacksonville, Fla. 4
Sales and Service 4
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Distributors of Cherry Uurrell Equipment L\\rFArTl'HEIt. 4 4
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601 E. Hitmen? ST. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 4 4
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E. Rest Wishes Congratulations l Best }Wishes J Congratulations We E Arc Proud 4 4 4
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t TO TO TO 4
The Home Dairy 4
HOME DAIRY DAIRY Graves' Home Dairy The New Home Dairy 4 4
: .YouServing The Public 4

The Washeteria' Starke Builders Supply J. P. Roberts Noegel Bros.Auto Sales COOkSCTOC&Y 4 4 4 4 4

And MARKET 4 4
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E Please AcceptOur It's A Pleasure Complimcilis Congratulations WELCOME 4 4 4
To Extend Our Best Wishes 4 4
Best "WishesFor
EreriSuccess To T. A. Graves'T DAIRY The Home Dairy I 4 4 4

w HOME e I egrap h 4 4 4

.p. B. 1.Thomas Lumber H. C. Wall Agency : 4 4 4
pC Earl's Garage : 4
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Bootleg Fish \\' hllifl' Officers Miller Johns and I I. J. Carrie are pictured ulMtxcith "( tin s .-i, i. ..,t Quarter i-. -. : t. 1 1". !H. IT, i 1'.1 IT. !1" : ;. ; : Iratrioc: of the,' Estate,. .. '' Z''b.1)S'1"o I
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large quanitie thed:,> a, ,, I'I.-" ) s. ,1. 011,1, (. shall 1 Apoenr.
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The State Game Ac Fr' U .:er y yi : I I.f .. il' Mil.llnlM I ) .
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Commission is cur re IllY< intensifying .. ..' l.'ul i
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up !I".I: -, MI. ti'l! of :Ma1 1 I" Di\ i.-1 and ci't! dy .fI.
illegal shipments of f'' rah water I'' ,. ;. 10. .1 f tit' Ii I, i is II( !" ',.! !II, ,1 i \. .r M II\'. l'iI I,, child hay t l"s'"" 1
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fish to Georgia n'-trkei Thcte '. ". ',1'' .. "I 'F'I.\I.I! ) 1 \I. \ I 11'1. i', I ranfe and VIMI are rcqiilr-
fish I, ", .'I I I :' '! 1 serve a espy of \oiir -
are caught by seining i 1
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is ill. gal now in all) Florida WhiCh'l .l1 I "..-, .- -.-.----.--- -..... l4 FERTILIZE I E R 1
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nthough inn i: rC': > I, -\1 I I I
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voted to open a few 1.lk.< -> \h. ,101! 1 idiI ( OF VARIOUS KINDS IN STOCK ;

trolled seining stalling; iaithi : 1 I ,I_ 'r:, 1 : i.Lt.rdt I A's'sI I
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illegal load of t '. r,' ally ..: ',.d l .: ,.Ihi.r I I
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confiscated here consist .j i nt tome 1 .>".; : \i..iOi.'i.l: 1 SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY /

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7.r pfMimis of bass, sj.frk. 'u'rch. t F'.I''I.' 1
Think of I
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shell tracker and blue gui: The 1 1 'ir f ,
: ".i will' : i-"I nIw -t t 1 3 E Eil
ilriver of the car which wa naul- I i l.lllMt.-, .!: t 01"I .1)I"1| .1' I'Ii! .
t-.r C.iI' i \ <. ai I -iH|' .,''I! Our service; includes cither liiiianc or Propane
ing them was Rus.s"ll N'oltof ,,!' .Ills- I U' 01.] f. Us, I II t. I Ii

Pomona I'aik. He was driving a 1 d I 1" I I' .. ti...f| r..tr''. .I" |.!I'! II I Gas in tanks from gallons to 1,000 gallons. CON WAY'S SERVICE ST

1'jW 1'arkard four-dnji stdan. and II'I ..I t .''I.. e., il : A.I
a'' fish-lovr's, ," !. I ,. I'S' )Is I I
was ariested about u mile and : : to make a mouth uatrr I. this I hat 1'1.. of fine ; r tinder installation with any
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half west of Starke on Ifjal: KM). mixed .INY'i111CI1.| part of the comraltraiid load! lapturt-d' IH-IV. .,.ii-, 1 I' '11 FREE At UNION BUS STATION
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He was later released under: jr I >0bond. T' P." ,np..1,1 I I { nnl'y T. ..: .! Ilanife purchased our .
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!. black fish.: Holder.s of valu! nsliing ;! .':tI f,Jt.,! br", 't6 11"; !i lo illt-n.! iraf; 1111':, d''I,1! | ,l I'.l1IP !', Kl-itiila.\ is hireliv Tl'mpll't'. Starke. Fla.;

The fish were donated; to (the licenses are perniittt.l t. fir in 11 li: H.dl,| tne ho'iilcj; .1. '111'1. .1 .is. ., I tiii- ini SI.II.T,| ,' i It REALLY Pays to Trade .4 E
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Florida Farm Colony at Gaines, transport out of Florida a* p--r dealers carry their haul tr eil I, Ii \\-.K I ("I' four i.iiiks .

ville. sonal baggage, one day's bag limit : Georgia markets where they get I I "\\.. 'rr\iss, \ .- '\:\: .: ,-.1I mv. h 111,1.1'''i s-i .,..f ,n," with! 5 LAD E GAS COMPANY 1 i 5 What it Takes NACO'S GOT CC
I're-jent regulationprohibit the ((25)) of frcsii water fish no more 10 cents a pound. At : ns rate, .s.int i nut th.' I l.'tll ,,1.1. ..f'.I.urh, I _
than of which be bli,-k .\.11. ll O.1 l PHONE 121 I
sale 01 transporta'i I the loA.i i >nfi.scated h. re would ( "F11"'AI.II'' : \1. .\.1. Tlimiias: i
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slat ot allY iresh wateHSU! i'x. bass. iM.rkf S.ii.l I '"! nit '.nlit., .:,,_,,_. _ _. _. _r_, _"_,,_. _._,____.:. 4TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
:M \' Jiniier.' game commissioner; have hpnioi" $ ;oo \ | r'.101-| i ili, I'.v :it\ II1.- T ln-aM-r.; l"imtv| I'lirks. :
epiatfi.'h' garCi) >h Iii tHO 01 .. ,
!.IIgo: ::'. ,'l'In.I'1.: 1'at.s andI \
for this district has ordered all th.' .it"1( ;, i !1,11,.: |I"1', :::; : I I. -\\ 1'I' II I l'.i\: 1'7 iiui.'s\; illlti .-.

wild It!t. ..ttu-eis! t to intensify th...tr1UY I'I.' .tvde
till !!1.- T' ,' .haul(, ,.!1S1 .
\1 : n-v s I'i \HiIM\ iiti' -ffsOTICK
.. ., .. ..
: ? It NOW at GULF dealer'sSuperdeterged

On May $ Vote for TKKI5UMK. The In C'lrpntt\ Court TO, Urndforil.tPP171t Cnunb.I'l.rlII your .

Fountain Tenilh a point] fore I In Cliamrtrr.

GUY ANDREWSCongressman > ery complete. Ilrad- I I'M-. I'.li7z.iril, irlunilifrir: I'lumtitf,! !
\ Let I'.ml IhirIhl: :rl 1) f. ntl.int
ford County Jelejjraph.Adding Us Thoroughly ( 'a". Nu, 'I''t t.tlre :'

8th Dist. I ,.. T. 'pp"ar.
; : Machines anti r.rtalle Wash Your Clothes I T..- Paul niiiml.HX. f! M I :. \I I Ii.
."iilituami nlilr.--\ i, : I" :S S < '.it- protectionagainst
Tjprlters{ !.old on tillll'-HrJ.t!. .. lin ri. Nasvrld: I'hthld.Ipht.l: (I

( Pol. adv. ]>aid by iiiy; Andrews) font Omntv Telegraph. 9 Pounds !iinsvU.inia.
Y.iii ,ir.' hereby a|..Ifl,1, that a suit I
f.i 1 \\11\....re and I .-_t,.rIII, ,i..n nf niu.l-j
For 40c .1\ ".,,"'- haI.)I.... n fil.il i .t >::; IIIISI, yon
MI the ;ili.i\- niii.fil r..in' tin'' ,i".eI I Iiinl

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\'"11 .11. f | ini .1\ i \ i
FREE Bleach If Desired 1 .f v.'lIr rI- \\ "i |1'1 t t.lI'lnpi : .
n' 'h! .. ri.i )ir: \
i "M !
BEAT Temple Ave. stall'n.\' T I"i i' I 1. !..in.li"i.! s' engine wear
THIS VALUE 1 !1'l.!:. .1, i .1 I fib. | 'hr.'. .' L '

:, .ff .r .. i'l. iK .'f M,
0W'e i', ,' '. tl. .
.\ : ; i i I'M.i i t'uphui'\'I.' .
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IF YOU CAN Will "d I !l.\ j. ."!
'J. t .-.. slmi; II! !u. |1''' ', I. ,1 Ii
Dry Your Clothes i : u .",1; f..r. fi.'ir i n 1e
u IV i.lfur.l i'i, T..I... ty i
For 20cIn ;;rii.. p sy
] 'I' "I'1
'FFI'I\I. -1\1.\' : .\ .1 '11 1 I ," -
:N>" Automat*
DON'T WAIT ACT NOW.' ri..i-k i.f. th" i' r (, '. .'irt! f

"- :M\re! T IVaviT. n'I"|.in! '1 1..k r.
0 i 'i +
: i i Iorlt' i

\ .: TO 'PI'I: \ /} .f tHIGH

The V/asheteria/ I In liiriiln' I rent i ; It In Court rUnnrrry., Hrndliiril < ulint eM ii! II

v :!-.-Iiu jr i ,
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.{; -. _Jtl.; ; ._1: i'aiilire N ; DETERGENCY

\ To %iM>*ar.
T.. Mrs' lira.-; I1 . -I..n, .- ami,I i..lr.,| ,-s : -. | i ,
1 Inner-Tone Medicine MUh K" : :N.; w Y.."th'

Real Relief For -i i .!1' .t ...Tl.y.t. hat ri.ir- I i .1". ., '. i Gulf's great, new oil-Gulfp'idr 'HH r I'' : P, i. S

\ ih.nh. .
r i \ t I-
"1't .! .i'i.--: and y .11 I .t' ,i. keeps new-car engines clean st <"i/''' : ,.I i,1'! t t. : 01 [ ," ,

Stomach Sufferers .!I' "n.. ,i pipy. :nf Y"I" :a1.tp '. -
t. |rib, ,.Ihi ; '0 'h.* r.-ir|.ia "HiT > .' harmful deposits in older engint:
'I,- 1": i.ntiff's. At' 'n.'I' "1'r u, ?
Inc' man r.'. -nl: \ rank, IXXEI:' t-
I tidrm' S'ark.- ...r.Ia"' f. .
: : "
Gulfpride H.D. is a SUPER-dekrg'nl i.i. ,"rIL'lning i ;, ,
r> XR thr.'.' day< md aid; afte. -i 1 h,.riu.t, il In"' iffi.. .> ,.r th-
r 'i-1 -k '.f tlu- rte uri mi nr. I,..-
\ 1 irds that h,' never would) hi-lio''t' t f.-,. 11'| .. i4tV .1' .Apiil Ifi'.J. higher percentage of detergent and dispersaat; additives' th.i.-i/ : l

'i it INNER-TONE I r.mld. ,! help oils available service stations.
other at !
l\'n' ,
< '''' l 1l v .1 t 'i'
"".:n'h. He said that >.'.Ir" of aih'md '('s' f->,nd| !,y y

pains and that tiled worn 01'hns it Thin! n.-ti. t..' ,ivsli, ,]ljsh.: . I I'
... .
.. .
in. >' ".ii'h v -i- i ur r rt n -
are "on(>. i is free of ;
g we.-k-i In tt !i' i I' 1 r'.iini'v'' T> :" DOL \LL I IMtSL I 3 THINGS :
TANK TYPEVACUUM !i'il I stomach distress At preset it ?rn>h
I'i'-d ,,.( :\J.I'.l"'o' }
; an altogether different ma .
n uFFli'lM.! sir i : !L) A..J Th'-mis.
ling fm in every way INN ER- ". : i r ..f the Clr,'nit < n: "

\ .'. T'' \XF. is the new mixture t)f rMyrtl: T. Dearer D-:.p :I'v'' 41''',."4J U. EIJJ.k1J.: : flI

:u.vs! from Nature's Herbs con ---, -.- '" iI

'nti.d with blood build? TRO.o xoTirn TO Arrnn ..... M gSBS .' ", --- -
!. rirroit C.urt. Itrajforri I'"unlh \ -_. _
I i' I nerve strengthening VTT)\- Florida In 'cr'j .
: rimnrrrr.ig : ...----- / ,"
VIXS! B-I. B-2. and B-6. It h: !I'lul! I. Hr.iwn l'l.ni'" 'f' A I' /.t ; .. .
.If in lir.iun. If.-t dent f. __ 1 ,.R"ti. """ ''' '
r : i-ved who ... .P;; ,-' L I
many people hiT Id' r..1 N -t Crd .g r

., \ been rl'allh..tpt'ti before 1 I)|,v Nntlrr To Appear .....n-o....... .. 'f <. ::4w
Tn 11rtnna l.- T.r .' '. ..
ClEANER : an rUl' r < )
..t'' m.'dore; : Takfii shortly i r-si.l..Ti.--" ..n.! .a.ldr- 1- 1 t!m. + tip ti 1 u ;

$ i495 .. ,' n t',.: .. : :1;, '.''; '.\ l'h y"::lr "I Hi'i.:I I r A\iii.-' i'vltip\ ; i ; iI 4 vri j "-w---t" "tl OJ":'" ) IYM. "o ._ -_ ._ / '.

">d 'H..J 1 i !! > !-. _. -th: ,,1' r..:: .I '" h..r"hy notif-.l !L, i' T "' >

r ';'HiiiliHt.t( ir _' \ .j\ h'i.i' TI.) :I't : .r r>.\.ir.'e has ., : '. .1 1 Reduce* ('nl'nl'Ol'n '.nci, r oil ab > .' '. {.i:4,
COMPLETE i- i >t > "U :-. the a't T' 1'J ..... '
conditions to unpn."d.nt.'j\ l
.oft an f
0.1: .in ;; t.NEK: !: TONAHENTION :\ F. "" .i".l; .
and ,
SH.9S v .u :t'M I- .
I I. j'n. .. :a copy ..f \ T a-- minimum. (In short-trip,Urn-temperature I

t 1 VALUE 8 -u. .r pleading! : to thr '1ainl( : opt'ratlon\\oht( >ntht't'ngtn"dOf'sn'lha\f' K .c 'J -it r 1 stirkinij, t
ATTACHMENTS i Plaintiffs Attorney. T F -iik
t tit. n.irum. Stark.. Florida art r ;> a chance to warm up), it cuts 'ngln" pistn I'l I cuns.imp-

FREE h.. .iri inal in the office ..r 1 11.. If .11"!
I i' Near as much as StY tion d-ii)! .J' > > > i iq
I'l:"rk;: i\{ th* Circuit Court o-i or i.e.fr .
2 YEAR .' I: ,.,
the 14th '
} PAINT SPRAYER f ..rwls- the allegations day AS.th :- if svd ., 'V. __.... < prl'I, -
.>'''-il "tl -cr.'h
;tr'i. cdi.si-i'J I i/v. < !u- -. '
Complaint will be taU-i: t--.u', / Y"
as i .n- .
For J GUARANTEE fessed by
Pointing Rug you.
; If Yon Have This notice hal! b.. puti'.ii.rt,!: () .rJ'
k Shampooing, Deodorizing : '"
>-i-e each fur four ; nseut.Mieka t4,
!* and Many Other Uses w-<- in the Bradford (""'!n'\.' Tsnph -'.- It r "- :" --
PINE OH CYPRESS r / J"' ; / '"
I hued thllth: day ..f M.I. : ,. '
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas < \-) ..: '

% TIMBER TO SELL Clerk of the Cirrulr! r.mrtHv C. -1/ : ; )
\h'rT; Deaver: Deputy "i':>r-i< _J "'_' / 4 ..... ,
t t Large or Small Tracts : ; 4 r 14 r 2
WITHIN -----'- ,
150 .
MILES rJ' : 3tIJ1E)
In (irrolt Conrt. n..41..nI County .
We Buy All Florid : In {'h".r,.. Y I. : i-r : d- 'I". i iI1 .nf'W
I T.-.i"- .-.. Purke. rUmfff. C- (;JlI'Cpa'f, If car has j. ,t
: MM"'
v : : your .
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t. ,
a f ,, ,' 'xl i! cnang:" d" ,f pride4d.
1 > .\Ii'r: () IO .I !: irk.D I..r..nd.tnt La valvelift. ...: -0 .
'. 'mi 1 ii < fs ./ ....... .
P.1TOP PRICES race X" &i- "" '.tfJ! I [) v,1 4-1 the t tst prot.- aQdmSt('
Order tit l".thli<>n1i<>n indattre '1pprar .. a hi-,I -di-tiTgency oil.I ; ..
: .
I ACME VACUUM STORES' \ ; tate of PUrt.U T., 1 t-(' j-i > :that ) '>ur Car r.d .
e 'h. -''r C'trke. x'base rl'lI.I"1 .; Gultpride! IID.ke.f-[ -. ,f
I c" ii:..If.. A'r!!,';" 1'.1\1111, a; I'

| 40S NY. st. Jacksonville Fla. I II Write Call Y'l1 arc iii.d: t.; appear1prII ing and sticking
Forsyth f fI
1 or 14. I32.;;:! .n the al...% named\ I
1 urt and.lu! -,-. wherein plaintiff\ I
would like a free home demonstration at no obligation -...ks d",....-... rradfurd County ,I
Telegraph shall i ul>lish th. Order
I I to me. I !I B. THOMAS \n next fur weekly is>ues.Witness 'r I I II

BRAND NEW VACUUM @ $t 1.93; .. my hand and r.ffioial
.11! st Starke FI 'rtda, thii Man h';
I I. I LUMBER CO. 1 J l"i*

I anl _ __ ____ ____ __ _____ ________ _________ I Ij I | 'FFI.VIAL E.T.A J Thnmai. Distributor
PHONE 211 .J As Clf k ..f said Curlh F. Register & Son ;
Address 1/vr'o T n"av.r. Deputy Clerk
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------ P. 0. Box 735 t..i- II He:04n" O n-d-'y T.'fe

City --- u _ 1 Stale____________ I STARKE FLA. 1 : v. '. r I'foTiri! ::4 4. 4 4 ,

I I If K.r.I Ailtlrrv. Please j:end Specific Direction BCT I ,I ..
\ : 10 \ppr\u
- - - ,;,L. -_ __ -_ _./ In Ilr.-all ('..urt. Itradfnrd I "unl:<.

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nun.\y, M\R II 'ii 19i!

Navy PersonnelTo Housewi"es-1 "'1'.1': '. : \\ .. ," ll"n: .. ,', .. '. .. ... ---
RURAL Hints to ." Ii l, n : t1 a1\\\'. nu. .. .:! 1,., .\i'r ..IeI

F Give CarnivalFor I This,'. n"' .t' ::-11! r':! le, puhli-hed I.I ,i't'I.\ !1\ ., .-n" "I'and)' "f)011)'''are'1[ a1W""r J" 'I' ". ,!'Th'11"1, ,' >, ,, ". _., 4
I S' all o'tt! fm,' gai! ki \t.g'fi- 'n each: 1\ f, r fur c >n eijti\e:: t.''. ..- ',..' ......,1'1 I -, .,.. I ,.. ,',.k, h.
'kc ill th.) 1:
'ea in the I r"d!: C .., .
Benefit Fund COMMON SENSE i h: jrt> Tt'It' 1'1., ,,.' \ ; 'c T. Fr k ra;;. n't
none is n:ore "trit.lthan graph I -
i ,lr'IJH" '. ., .
.1-\: \ .1p ) f. 1. ..
iI I'at..l I I ti < ,,1 !' !
I ; ,o 'lUtnti"us tomato It can b; ItiIFF'II'i,1. y MLIi. If? ..: I I"I-'I-\. .. .' ,
I !
:-r M!. \ J TI''m.1 ,\ ... '
Th VH\V Jo'r sonnet of Green I5spud- ",'It'd fresh canned whole. con Ii ('I.rk! : ..f_ .. '.-tint Court. :' ,I \ I r:! 1 n,',- .' I ', ., .
Ey Mxrt'i! T. .. i
f have m-'ted the P. ( _
81'1! nip" ve rted into catsup, ii-ort J in <;jupalone : 1'y 'tk3tH4 I. :
: 1 I 1 II
lie--' :and'! mic! club1 to parti- .\Ufql: .\n: or combined with either! \egt 4 I I 1 I
.'. ( 'h, Carnival to beM xoriri: TU--\PPE \R
R r' a i inty 1 KK\: IMPORTANT IN' ibles It can also be pu'kl- d and In Cir.-ait I'ours. llr.t.liLtil -
'. 1-l < tn i 116 at Green: Cove R.1NIM, I.rVKMOCKMineral : preserved, and everyone who has FloridA: In <'h..n.'r. I
,. Frul LenDh,!' t i ( .\ '.
'I j : partaken of tomato pickles and tomato c;:'i-ta Leon'i',: : ', !1' ,,II. .

i i "t P 111''e appointed Navy silpr enl.'nts for Florida preserves; has been convinced I.: I' ; 1
Not l ,.
r .
< c %
livestock |tprir
,1 -ii; "'Uniting! from the store at. an excellent example of their goodness and ratec1 .. 'I 1'f.' \llu >), ,' "
of the old "A little (,1.i _
adage 'J.
goes along \ .. .
offer. them
Ty are for tabu.!
;urp"St "top any Try I ,in.) \\1 I?.' add 1 : ., ,
::1' L.J"; '" :.f..fll.. .
9 ,4h t"I i. fithrii: giving your I Small amounts of minerals are plate on your pantry -hil l: ainl\ ; Y"II! aI'" )> i T I If quiet" refinement with I'< t ':.r' .

r'i -4 I I. ," ', II. n! v n'handi-e or helping many farmers to raise ta ble. I ::t'i. r i ;:.omK| ,>tent :and thorns.1! \: > < ,

'. '.. health, high quality cattle and I lta.n. i .\ i \ ti .
i i ; Milled TomatoesSelect i I' ., i d i '.'i i 'I i .\ tirely enable thi t ..t.II.' : n'

j : M, .' ,' '. :( a'tend. hogs and, also, to obtain efficient \ 12 pounds of medium I 11'1.1..j''|\\1'' 1 i \ ?. i 1.1".1'... n.') 'it.1 "'t? ,: ,'\, render a fine and tn'.'.Isl. t I..I' )1'i .,
utilization of feed. M 11'I i iin
sized green tomatof-s, freshly tl.., 1*:'i 'ml 1.' .\ if t' ser\ ice.DeVVITT.

Of Common salt alone can make a gathered, and wash. Select .KidnK .t..null/ un' >' 11.! ... F ,
Cost .
Living a large toll. t i. th' riu,1 i. ,"; t''' "i i iti .
big difference in feed utilization.In > i 'l'rl.f thf t' .. .
crock or wooden container i t i 1
or a I .. .
: Shows Small I I. f r. in. H'h il I n i _\1' 1 -
Drop one test in another state, as a large glass and .
jar cover the bottom ?thrrr"" the :l'l 1 tr '1" ,p f .1 If'I'1 i
matter of fact |i!,mi' "III! lo. ', '. .. !
> one pound of salt with a layer of dill and mixeJ.pickle t n\ i- i : "
Mube; you hadn noticed it. I id I'r >'''II. I I C. JONESPhone
meant a saving of more than 200 spices. Place tonnt' .x's in1 I This n..tlr,> >-l).ill t I.> :' .. l ln ,
; but the Go\ernment's latest cost .ah wh I r,,,. r 'i" ', 'h"\1 7 Starke Fla.
of i '
pounds feed. that ii t ,
i j Pigs got nc container and continue .
Soldier? t'i .
layer '.. .
Cigarette of-living index shows a drop of ut'U- in the 1'1'1l,1.nl! n,,t\! 1'1 -
salt ,
I required 2S7 pounds more feed alternately with dill and'! --pices gr.l H'l l .1
0.6 cent in February, largely iM'.il\ this 12th ,., .
per Mm .
to produce the h J I'1': # -
same Pack
Cpl Claude L. Hilluid; son of to Camp Gordon I Jospitai m Feb due. it was said to a sag in retail gains made by, firmly and gently. (h''r this 'I.'FI"\\1.I :'=11.1'A .I TIo"II..j.ii ,

Mr and Mrs C. L. Hilliard of Lawley pigs that received one pound of pour a brine made with .' cup '.'rk ot. ) i Funeral Director Ambulance l'fil'
ruary. food prices. salt Px: 11rtr! '.'. I>.'.' i
is pictured above as he heard Previous to his! assignment to the along with their f"*ed. \' 2 cups t'nokin,11'); : + S 1-:? Ih'j; ; ;; 'j I
Our local
It the first since11a."t I funeral home enables to offer .
was price drop In a Florida t u oon\'n.'u -03 and
of i
this cheery greeting from Johnnyof Far East Command, he had corn I Mast Agricultural Experiment quarts soft eater. and clove 1,
June and the biggest for any :soricn 10 APPEAR I services not otherwise arallaWe
the Philip! Morris show during pletul basic training at Fort Jackson test, pigs that crushed garlic. To iach gallon: In rirroit ("on... rtraiUnrd County, \

the latter'sisit with Korean war I I S, ('", an artillery course at since December, 1919 wet provided with adequate minerals capacity of container i add 1 table- j I .Ti.hn rinridtas i: M.-Uae.In t'lianrrry.J'l.linrr.'S.: j 1 I --"---- ,

veterans in the U. S. Army Hus I Fort Bliss, Texas and additional The decline means that 1,150-,- while feeding on peanut S spoon sugar to brine I J, AkK.ie, LHfendant. Mark: i We furnish the h :
| :ghest t t\ .
'e serveat lowest '
[ and
I 1 .. a I
produced 466 ht v < pr.
000 trainmen and c $i2o(
nonoperatingrail | Fill
tc poundof ]
before container
at pork '
pital Camp Gordon Ga. i training in Japan pei 1"'i !'lowing Notice To ApprnrT .
ANY life ,.' ,
1 accept i:.surancl' '
\ : force 1 k\Y
; n : ie-n lIy.
mad workers, whose aretit'd acre or 208 pound with brine .. .
Cpl. Hilliard, who has been Ir. the Korean front. wages more than and place (e,1v''r on ir .. Virio Ml.t I 'v' :
\, I KI, on n. company as pa! I\l"r.r :'1 aIr' .ir 'n full on f, t
pigs that ; a in : i the federal index, will automatically : I were that ,
to not
the j Before he joined the Army Cpl. given nuinrtlh is heavy enough to ki tomatoes ,
Army since Jan. 1931. was j ep 1'a 'ir<> hi 1 ; ,1? .
I i at the take a one-cent hourly( along with their If 1 I'i\ : Consultation- !i. n > obligation j
has been employed peanuts.! : '
Milliard submerged
serving with an anti-aircraft battalion I Any bi :ne lo-t I," .,f n _________ _ _ .
at Edward's Packing Co. in Lakeland pay cut. Their wages fluctuate af Minerals have ,limmated ">dltsiik' during fermentation shoal I be le, .. \\ 1,1: [ : I 'n..f'! '
Hase Korea
Kempo Air in I -- -- -
For his settees" in the Kor : the index, h ml's up or down About frgm manv herds of cattlean placed with fresh brim' ]In about II' fti"I I :.. .i ''n
when he Decem- !, ,"mr"J1II"j",I i I'.r..
was wounded last "
he received th' I'lIrp\\.' II! al-o have b,. .
I <'an zone t-n a major factor six weeks the tomato:-hoiild bi \ : | i a
ber Following his injury, he wa- ,ml th. {'IIII",1 V,ih"tiin! : I I in unproved fe \ ,' e\\ i r iit .. .::_
Heart( i I ...... d utilization. Mm reed to Use The tIna. t''4 ,, shoo; \ n I : IS

flown to the State and assigned KOI"' .iii Tilt-lire awards Ml sujipli/ 'nn-nt requirements! bi. f ,'i-p, Will t {la\oitd!. .111,1!' liM i:' '. 'I'r.' M _X 1i
"' s' ,
-- ---- -------- rR ELECT \.1'\i ;" some ('Xt.'lIt on Florida I u1-u1t') with no'r[ ; ', .in;.t.d" 1

,i i''" i ,I'; d<*fi lent It'< differ. AI.Ii i lit q" I IJ i

B ALVAREZ TRANSFER AND i I' -' ,,4:,ihi.}licxablvmall aniounl1- To stoie. dld:1;: .i' i I''k' i. .1,,ii I, P J t I't. '. 1I 1 '
& SON .. "
STORAGE CO. i'1" have < lean it \' :
GENE I'tljnd fanners nil'i glass jars.kl( 1-4 cup \'!;.i' ,. \
i uil> 10U'. ed with 1'iuiri glr to, i-ath quart and then Iii 'I .I itJI ,

Jo ? : ; ii.hilt h" helped farmer- 'I j.uwith the pickle brine whi'us ; :' "'. I I"hI. e

; '. w'i "t!'in ] soil; ] t\ ; b..enit '"
{pl.s Pho''phurus,1 ,
: brought t:1:I
\\ \lURU C50N distance. I I LONG i I' has b. nci > helpful. I )bull. and ooled! Seal jars aitis'itand ;' I .rl'! ? \I t -I' 1' 1I a I
5TAUIFU long! Mini id niixtu .. nl. ,
-- I r and sepai lU' : store in a cool! dry space : r1
MOVING ; an} "ht'rfl in ll. S. I i iStJ" 11.I1l'.d ly1) rI l., T P' 'p"",
') tau e'aw NL.y. : ,; ; ompoiituU" an inexpen- Tomato I'reserves ?

1 I -i\e \1 '!hen! their cast is ( <>mpai < d Tin- \OTIl: 10 'i'i'F'Ii! r rI
t 1 EXCEIAEXTCILITIES \tun i tin dilfereme in feed : recipe produces one of mynu In rirrnlt <<< .nrf, llriiliuril I'nn's
utilizii .!it'st thildhood Florida: In C h/lll"'n.
i t..5 'II ,'ml all-riiun>| Iifterrncl fIlI\\I'.I\i-'I.i i: f\ '
sT'crachi : tl- i r: lent fll'nioun small tomativsU.ish I"\I i I- [ '01.,1.in' i. N
,, .1111:nals that have icady ,11' J and diain If a \ntirr Tn .\,p..r,
"' t t") them and anim.iN. preserve iv o' "I 1'" Mi" :\rlan! I v;'. M '
I .\ that don fll- .! i
.1I'I''ithout .
t .. skin dip the tomatoes d.I 'n I I il Ihll'1"' .
1 ttKiugh literals I I 1 I"1" q.] 11-, Ml -"; 1_
Agents For \\'I it( i fred cost m boiling water, then ink y.. I 1 : ',\' T.otlfl, til.It I' I :. I
: I using .
and ]
: i old. and ienio\e skins befoutaring : 1 ,,tw.ir r ,<1,110111I. \ I
DELCHERBROS. i"s:: bunging' lo\",'|' prices than l.i- fil.'.

I' See us first! in( "\ual yeas. it is to pesir\e The tomatoe- I
I especial( mil>t be handled\ i.iielully to ,'
1/1.1"1| f"nt fOr the pi
to pro vent them! II
e 1 M'li' nun" als t.i his hogs iom bi "'aking apart
now To l'a'h pound ot tomato.
> i :ibmit
t toniatoe-i: d
1I'I'.1' i si.! .llier than that of ti" I
rz i i';, hog-, 34 cup i.f watii and 1 1 J cup I
>inn hold
1i tine for :
MINUTES cattle siig.ii; and! 1-1 !lemon Mmd thmhmg i
:1 itli t must have 'I :
adequate mm < ; i rnlmat, bi. added if d.! I
I.d- ,
J OF I I I I."n t inaxiintiiii feed utiliza -ir,vl Boil! lemon ti\i minutes in

I I'r "viilinj, minerals! for stoch5' 'I Ii part of the wati i Boil j','itiamd',) '"i 'fi\ BUSY DAYS AHEADThe

o ht MM,! be kloP i water and sug;i- 1"g'lh. t, \
a hit-or-mi ,
HAILCan -,: :"i 1. li"ll t'\'f'r. Farmers prop make a syiup Add 'tmnitoes' t ti I

. in doubt lemon and Boil time 'ou'ce in the market for
i- ,tn' what minerals their anima I syrup until tout;i next }

; toes are clear and syrup 1 is thicket i
n i
. eau receive adequate 'nin ed. Remove CAREFUL
seum then ?
i :uetm: p.''up' }puselves
and helpful!
Books Cash Pads
Completely Destroy t th, suggestionsm at one.,. into Mot .-.It'rillz,1,I Manifold
mar!hr from their I
county jar and seal!
't'" i t 1 1 mil the Florida You Cafe Checks Blank Book
i YOUR TAX Agri- A "niu-t" for this is hot i 1')1-]; need good
.hap.)) i ment Stations,
Your Growing Tobacco 1 'H warm fluffy biscuits.OTlcl .
AutomotilcLiaLilityLisuraiicc PHONE 29

ASSESSORaggressive Farmers
I .: TO .U'f'r.\R I We'll come right over with the most complete

and Other Crops I From Bad Check In rirooll Court llradfurd ('"unl y.

FlnrMn: In {'hanrrry.Yrenti line of stock and custom-made business forms
Losses By Law \\,1: ,l! II-"!". \.l! untitf \ '
< .lit'!! KuIIin-, .11, p'f"n.hnt.
honest Cjs,. :No :II''.: on the market. And v\e'll take care of all the
'i '""t\,, ;r who/ \ollre Ti .Vppwir.T. Charley E. Johns I

1 f.:: k.. gl'PIonhles. -- "; Mix. Luiill'. 1 H,oIl'l'c' ,;M \\'h.c. details, too to see that a first class oh
you get
r.ul./I. )
i clap. frequently are, .. e i- l'III"f": I I. I I. :\ 'wY.I" Agency I
qualified mil \\h-, ad'\I'\ -, j I I' II II
ProtectYour i ''l'oIlJ"II''' to fan-, I' IlH j,,,, firnui, ; I LI,\ 1 t'.,:, i lrlhnutl: 1 I. 1.\I : 'I-''. YrkY"1I I Phone 13 STARht:, FL.I I and get it promptly.Bradford ,
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h. ,
tllu advan' .11. h. 1 .
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.\ ho i i- Ta\- pui'
Tavpajer :; t'' -nit" ("r Pivi.n. hI!' I L. fit..I Iii
('onodous who will ( t"'"" prlll'icft' I >,:N- :he! state ,'anU l lint \ ..tI. ,n .1"" .il, ,\ : Ire, '.,ilr ) .
: '"'ll :' 'urt .i'"t t i-t 1 1\ . County
Crop Income II'I' >lo- -. .1" "in : i .11'' ,
discharge the duties of f-:, .1" Milllff t1 ,.il t,. ,. % .. a I "]1'f \ '.' 1\\l '.'' .'f .- TelegraphOFFICE
": 'oust: C'hd! .
this office in Mu\ phI 't' of t th'! of'I t'1'! nLrlc 1 '" rb 1 ?' r< t' .' ,' .....,
a sincere "
(I'p) :v I I' i' i i \ T i 'If
"'ity or' F/ rat I
\WITH HAIL INSURANCE / .J i .\r"uillll.d:: ; ; .
I ,,, ,. SPPIES
and impartial manner. I\: UMI.JJ .. .!"I.] 'I'.! ..', S 1 !1" I I f.1.'; Representing THE TRAVELERS Hartford
r\li' I Hi i I th-' ..
I will he '1 Hi I 11d,1 law p", "Vl;,|,., i'i.\, 1 tr tit r. i.n tr,
at service .
our ? ,1'1"" ltMIi; '"'f r- t'', I'h .1 Lie .r \I''I'' 1 J" .....

at all times t and takee'l'r .ilem-t' : t such -I; i.ttm: -." MI'. ..II.. I .V q I I "I _. I '" :" I "I ....................................................................

H. C. WALL AGENCY opportunity to express 51niphr.! ;: Gated "illl'1: foll/n'n'/ of!

appreciation for ;;h"lIld It' aWa.. p: thl., .,,.tgut.l t,.

iusi: : PIIO\E: i to our confidence. : i'L'1 i'!: I, ; ''.l -".tn"i:s run\ i 1.I", 6tH WAIT 1 Model 14-P MAGIC CHEF

,''" .' ti.r
I will welcome) and respect Klon.ii! i S1.ttiit.pass ed
Constant Service Over )0 Years
( Mite and :-ii'iiltuial r i of!
your sup- PloolH ts: except ..
w: 1 I1':"M I. If .. \1.- t
port. provide hill t !', all leak,'. n a "n. li.irr .r I rii i of! t
Dun I LI' ill' kluttvlmil KI.irt

It Costs No More To Insure Early (Pol! ads paid for 'h)' (d.1 lr I'-,' 'nltural tn citru,product except oil!; GAS t t

and dairy pio = -
FREE "Master Farmer Ledger";: For Tobacco ('rosters dene Lonlt l ,1.1' h hid,1 groups of farmers sell Call Florida KemlcrersFrrr =

I Ins 'Ih"ll''n, ( product or person Prompt Kmiotal of Mend I .o-- Range ALL

.. .. : 167' 50
nuyulg fir tash. must be renstei rlimti'd \\orthlrHN II>r tuiLl / nw :

,'01 1 bondid : .

i SL.t t Commission and licensed of Agncultuie by tt l 1'h (;iaine'';\ ilk.TTJO: : : Collect < @ ((1) CD I I as tC

I-i'.n-ed dealers .. Installation Less
.1 I
'WMBR-o FM ,.u
them t in making crop pui chawsVnv i OM CYLINDERPyrofax : >

farmer selling to a buyer t I I Gas >.

Known to him I .
and m'I
receiving I .

check as payment should alwa>- : i CompletelyInstalled/

ask to see lu.., ,., :
II and bonding I : 1'1.00 I
r certificates. t I, .. i Sei :

A !'("t'/h./ ,d! brokit falling dow r of! I t
4! .
: Snrrect I r automatically for i t
Ie.i. :;. bond and of! .
this sum i 1.-' of! .
51 I i
96.tc4 used to .eimbursr the \ p.
farmers. =
I Should the bond not cover the ijce > .. We Will Finance :

? for completeprograms < )> "nlt'I+:: : tit'. \aiiety of indebtedness to the farmer the \\' offer the 1"01,1. if Starke! I, .: For 18 Months .

) broadcast OUT ( h S Radio keep your Commissioner of Agriculture will of.! :

radio sot at !%: .l on the FM I dialRTIIUn upon written request, sue for flit and \IciniM. one of the mOlt I tp

GODFREY JACK BENNY: : AMOS 'N proper. amount in the name of flit -4 8J3 tp.
seller modern! and finest e<'lulpped"f'ldlng of! r ', '.
ANDY[ CHARLIE McCARTHEDWARD: -4! : t. : .L : '1." : :\ltl ;" p.t

R. MORROW SUSPENSE non HAWK "With costs of production at one '. :
shops Per
anjuher Month
of the highest levels in ( 'h''( rang !irnq, :\ 'III toll\ j-if-rm-
history :
1JEULAH GENE: ALTRY TIlE the farmer All Work c.uaranttedSMITH'S of!

CISCO KID HOPALONG CASSIDY and full must assure him"elf of i ano1 plue 1nn:!-la : ir.i ''po--nllaiIily.!
payment for
his :
prodUt't"Jr of!
GA Gnl'STEIS: these are jut I a few of the Murphree said.O.OOO GARAGE t
It ha. ,
: :* ) rn(1! I'\1:!1.1'i II'' ftat'i' rt' tt
great names in CBS Radio on WMBR-FM.

AND MACHINE SHOP such a.t tHni I U' '}1' t.1 1 fuen, I h.'a!

AMOS 'N ANDY WMBR-FM aircraft worker also> wiP Ten>pe! \\e vtarke .4 4! :p.

r get a 4 regulator. :1. '>! \Imt'r
penny an hour less : 'li't'! tnj :
%.1 FM I dial :
on your The of! See this and oilier
BUreau of Labor Stalls "
tic .
: UnIt.-; large fully insulated tJ\tn
said the 0.6 drop for all itemem' p..1ogre
v h AMOs %.N ..l111'uth; nat: : I'M: I'KOC.UVM 4! Chef SpecialsToday /
)t c I ered by the index resulted thuth 4! :Swing-0tif DrI;!l'.!r : -1'1.1' many' *
r able- a Nists from th.- ait MH.IO. Would you like from 2.1 4! ,
a per cent decline m retail 4

.+ j' ful ingrneotiKingfiJt; : to hate he complete food prices. Safer Cough Relief .4 4! Ut i'r: < .t

nuko life and listening 9 UMIUM'M Radio Schedule The index was still 10 < per Len When new drugs or old fail to stop -4 4!

I pleasure of many )t'oar- free of ('harse ? It higher than it was at the outb eak your cough or che- cold don de.j; .. 4 p.

till\ U. mailed regularly if of the Korean War in June: 19)11.. ; :
standinghen they jo helpful.
>on write jour request to and 2.2 per cent higher ti'!>an CENTRAL FLORIDA t
through I juit's e\ r)' >un- cotics to disturb process. 0 t
\\ nm-I7( P. O. Box I year ago. goes right to the seat of the trouble to

clay night! \OIKR-FM 3187Jack-ontille..I1oriat As recorded on Feb. 15, the index aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender

7:30: 1. '(. da. i stood at 1ST.9 compared wntr inflamed bronchial membranes. t
I the 1935-39 yardstick: which is fig Guaranteed to please you or druggist APPLIANCE CO. ,,
refunds mone'< Oeomulsioa has rood
ON THE AIR 24 Hours A Day I ured as 100.Government. of!
the test of many millions of users. of! C

1 FLORIDA'S MOST POWERFUL RADIO STATIO63,000 WATTS I tr I' ,. 'nd.-\ economyi.i:f- M.I- ,\ .>:1 ;:.::5< CREOMUUSION I I: 11911'. CALL ST. STXKKL.( H I 1. .:

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riunvY. MAKCII 28, 1052 -
1'\1,I MXI-

.. Baptist Church 1 1I Church of ChristCorner -' '" _... -

tt oua I --:"-- .. .:= =-. ,-- ._--. -., = ..- -- .' = ,. -.--- : 'j :"" -..'_ _ -_ ,_u. ._ '! .. =. : ;
Th- tnal message in the ,eon ."''" 10th and McMalu.n:
Loyalty'will be brought tin Bible School --10 A. M .. ", : !'! :'---"$;:"""'- !:'_ ..
Suml.u; morning at the First Bap Preaching A. M a-, 1 T; 30
ti.st Starke by Rev. Lewis D., P. M.
Hamt, .-. the title "Loyalty to Pas- QTIARLINGQ
Prayer Meeting and RI'-: ;>:tIdy QuantityGROCERY
'01 The Carol Choir will sing I each Wednesday 7:30: P.M t

I' the offeratory hymn and the Everyone welcome
Keystone Baptist Brooker Baptist Church Choir will bring the morning I

Revival ContinuesRevival Plan RevivalRevival anthem directed by Mrs. MOM, 1'l..:nxOST.\I.: HOLINESS:

Canova with Miss Julia Lawson I CHURCH & MARKET J Rights

<;t'\'H'I'S \.ill! begin Sun at the organ.. I Sunday School 10 a.no.
se.viceare: uml way
r '
i iti
day April 6; at the Brooker Lap: [I Sunday evening the Chapel Choir Morning Service 11 a ir:
at the Baptist Church Ki'toue!
-t Church, with Rov. li'frreyi I will lead the congregational singing i Evening Service 7:30: p m
Heights this week and will con.
Andrews serving as eant! list. I I directed by Miss Alise Lawson i Prayer MeetingsV- >hwsda Reserved
tinue through April 4. Services will begin each evening with the pianoorganduG'bnngmg night 74"p: I m. Saturday nigh Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke. Fla.
Dr. J. II. Noffsinger, pastor of 7.45:
I p.m.
i'I at 7:30: o clock, and the .pastor the music. The Pastor'cmessage
the Fir>t Baptist Church of Gainesville -H. Goror:;; i. I'ri Istll
.| Rev. Earl Willis, invites the public during the evangelistic These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., March 28 and 29WITH
is conducting the .services .
to attend. Happy Hour service will be "EmiTime' !
which begin each evening at 7:30: I II rVTYYTTTYYYTYTYTYYYTTTTTHAMPTON '
message of Prophecy .MUS

o'clock. I Highland Church light from the day. 111 who' h -.\,
The pastor. R v Frt] d Gant. extends I live.

a cordial %,'!l" 1'tie to the Dedication Set I .
II School meets or t
jmblii to attend. I Sunday at l%,\ :Mrs. :M. (". Sweeney C
under the Associate Superintend' i::
Dedication Day for the Highland)
One Wiggins with classes and d!"' kAAauua..A..uAAauAIirthday
St. Mark's Episcopal Missionary Baptist Church will be partments for all ages and attendance I'ariirsHi'iioring $5Purchase
March 30. Everybody -
held Sunday. .
over 300. Training; her -
6:30 p.m every Friday during, elronif Come prepared to ]I MnmmLomse :
Unions meet at 6:15: directed byJ.
I on her 17th br'niversary.
Lent supper in the Parish Hou<-e. spend the day with u;. -- T. T.I j I CRISCO
i T. Lawson with Unions for a1!! Misi O .\ ,-
7:30: pm. Friday-Litany and}I Blackburn church clerk.ciirucu !
i .
agp groups. .
Itertained wit' oil!
Intercession by Ven. Fred Yerkes, I I
followed by a tUlly of the hymnal 01' jRsrs CHRIST:; i Mid-week service regularly Wednesday party at her he. FTwentyfiv ,> .,: 3 lb. can
SAIXTS 7:30: with message by the sv "
Sunday. March 20--;Sunday or LATTFJ: DAY j I I .
Pastor and and to the ''
request prayer enjoy ; i
School 9:15 Church Call Street. I
: a.m.; Service Masonic Temple I
testimony time by all. I bonfire. Indi.i i ,i. ak>
11 a 111 The sermon! will be delivered S'mday School every Sunday II .
assorted sallj.\1 > n, i a II i _
A cordial invitation is extendedto
by !Kev. Robert Cowling, morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serv ,
I resident and tourist alike to attend I drinks were : : '' utt '
pastor of Christ! Chinch at Cedar ices 6:30: p m. A cordial invitationis ,
the living rot>' Mi! \
Key extended to all.CHURCH these serviceand worship
regularly at the First Baptist '1fStark. was assisted .' LI'I i i : Good St. Joseph
... her daughter, i!I'I!>: : !

FIRST BAPTIST Starke Methodist Church !'!Iof loth Virginia Starke.birthday Willia o: > au-.h f'J!.!l.>I .' CATSUP I 14 oz. bottle 19C MINERAL OIL! each 8C

Tin- First Methodist 'hurch of with a party a' hun! ---- ----------, ... .
._" ____________ J ______ ., I - ----- __
StaiKt- cordially invite* you to attend parents. Mr. ai. i \i \r. II t
Kev. Lewis I). Haines, Pastor Plantation GrapefruitJUICE
services) of worship on Sun liamson. Del'oj.: t 'al;

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town day, March 30. Church School begins .- boys a nunil oir Lbs. for

PHONES: Office 231Pastorium 130 at 9:15: Morningvorship friends wen- .pi.r \,, MEAL 5 33C 3 10C
,, .
-------------- ----- --- service iheld at 11 a.m. Rev ginia many h u, >tu't -

:Morning:\ : Services:; "Loyalty to Pastor":; Thomas G. Mitchell will preach
day.The .
Evening Services "End Time." Sunday morning on the subject. Woman's l'' ('il 'I., .. -, '. :.'. ,-,' -, -= _'.f.:; :::; :; ..& :'::: _::.
"The Towering CrtJ. s". Sunday regular monthly me ink
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i'\emng at 7:30 Mi. Mitchell will day afternoon of last u <' %
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00: A.M.::\ 7:30:: P.M.::\ preach the fourth in a series of home of Mrs Russell pI i
School 9:13 A.M.: Training Unions 6:15 P.M.::\ ', Large
Sunday -- sermons dealing with the "Person Mr. and Mrs. W. AM C ..

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M.:: Iltes! of the Passion The sub. little son, Billy ari iv. .:I v Colored C

Jed for Sunday night will be from Miami for a visa! \

VISIT TilE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR 'Pilate'. You are cordially invited Ellen Saxon.

to select your favorite gospel Mr. and Mrs. Hora. v\ Vel or

tivmns at the evening service.A of Gainesville recently '. ,I

Children's; Hour, directed by and Mrs, Jim Adkin1: OLEO

MiJ., R Wainwright is con- hams is with the Naval I:. "

Don't Miss:; Hearing din-.d every Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Gei il-l l \ 'ih ro

at 3:15: for children between spent Sunday in N f'I I K1:

"IF I'D KNOWED YOU WEREA'COMING lilt! ages of 6 and 12 ,, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kell! FAB L8."k .

Mr. and Mrs. J. WI'1 ('
FDA BAKED A CAKE!" At The Tabernacle as dinner guests SHIM
Martha Home ana I 1.:

Tin : .' IIt: ..11oiy Williams of the U ot 1 I.
impromptu Setipurp
Sermon Sunday 7:30: ".::\\1. by the'Pastor !.
content at the Taberni'-k1 Mrs. Marion Gnann ito

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton tl! and! Jacksonville after i 1m: i ,-
Saturday\ night was open f> : ..
HOB GRAY, Pastor the spirited; contest esulU-d inthe past four months in H.,\".,';,.> I-II.F---- ":, .:-:. : -i :'< q :':.- r ;; _" ::'9;'
O c.
1\lr.Rlld MrR n
oldest member ct tae -
S'hoollO1.: B.T.I. 6:30 P.M.
Bible JSG ) carrying ott th. Valdosta. Ga hah.!>."- :: ., .. _
Prayer Service, Wed., 7: 15 P.M. honors with years 2S ver-f reutulhich \., :Mi- and 1R- Lynn H tit!'! .-: : __' .-_ '_ ',_ ',_.:. ,'. _, _'_ -- ,-: ; ; ._ q'H _' '_ _': :,L: ;;'.;:;t : ','1i '\.

EVERYONE i is united! to attend Bradford County's
\\'} spurred others o.i ttry t'
fastest growing: church. Nursery Open. break this record next Saiurd iy YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYThe

-y night A literature award :awar- BIG"
Life And Times
t thi' cuing person who reot-'i the


i 'j, tlv from memory (also gunu HJessie tN' I lPillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA)\' JUICY 109

I < HH, it references).

Tlu- message of the Sponsor Sun
Thi- ram and < ""J 1 \' <
,lay morning was about "Tibl' good on the inulyHowever -, D OZ.MyTFine ,

mentioned: in the Bible. < .. ,
Mi and Mrs. A. F. Grady r.- \;ul,.the i- 'sand> slin Mi", nMniid <-, :-- : -, :'- . '.- ,. '- -- ="," .'-. .".: '...-,- : :.. :-' _. iZ t.:: ::;. ." ,:-
1 'itiiftl\ Sunday from a visitt v.'>th 1
'nit that di. i 11 I: i
BROOKER 1 itnes t in Lake Alaiy i i1 i Lb. Can $95
plant In \\ idternhl.
:\1and/ Mrs. J. T. Quigley at- l A RD12
iiI .1.\ t'i '
'!'fiidt'd I the Dedication Services Sun PUDDING I 3For 15C
good taiii i ii1 t 1 in. '
plants that gill t tl t\ i* MChai
BAPTIST I'-unh in Lake Ruilcr of which, .
leU11 i ? i h-: > u Grapefruit
I -------
w snM t;< \ :Morris Brackman is Patti. ,
large enoui;!h t ;p: th '

CHURCH 4 p Christian Church I now.Green What hld,'|,"'.\I 1. ,'_ to t.'!I-, : .. Better DOGSOAP BFOOD 3 Cans 25C J U 'ICE 46 Oz. Can 11 1/2C

Your ence at the friendly
pie ,
1 under and! i lat:'
I Il.r churih in, the heart of town I,, .
tabha Ui'iare
\: appreciated: Bnng the whole His ,i', ,, ,. .. "- ... -- .- II ....-- .. -.... ... .
cert.unl\ ; .... "io" $ :f'-'ito-; -" --- _
tamily to our Bible School which,, I have : :" r1- "_ t'1;_ ..-x. ." "," w j '-' It: "'>"'--- _1o'it; =_.. '

begins at 10) a.in There are class- ,
from a whIt'! t.!r tll|' 2 for
) l'for all ages and there will b'a ,,' .
APRIL Carolina 1 l. eke :
' change in ome of the class Lazenby and I .';, up,' WOObPEPPER: : : COCACOLAHoneysuckle

:: literature beginning April 1. So., Sapp who wa ; < ..

5th13th :::::,j J ). 1'come gother and in the let new us quarter.get started Morn to.,''l I! ington where with thv.r:, 't aposition > I Pure Black 6 Boll, cln. plus deposit21c

uig worship! begins at K am..
A start school Monday
.. .._ '
'Lord's Supper at lliri: am. .
We drove all nigh: f
BARNEY ANDREWS Evangelist Morning[ message at 11:30: Eve-
: arrived in Kannapoli- '
: mug services at 6:30: pm. with daybreak Saturday. F.I ".

Srrdcrslrgin Each Evening i:,1() I'M. I Christian Endeavor Evangelistic ing the Lazenby kla 11 29C 12Y2c

services at 7:30 Prayer meeting ," ,
Mooresville '
went to i i
Old Fashioned Stuffing and PrrachingEYEHYBOny Wednesday night at 7:30.: Bring, the Overcashes. leaving; *nn

al..ngyour Bible for this study ..
WELCOME day morning to retti !n" <
Homer Svvmdall Minister
bus. These "spontam! >
.. ... .......... I are wonderful but st1:"- --,. "
Presbyterian Church i; on the constitution :_ -"'. -,"- '- :.: = '-.. :'" -- -. .-- -:- '-' .. :'. -: '._--: II

Sunday\ School at 9443Kt : : i l.trbeeue Ult" '
Sally Southern Fresh Meaty
Soul StirringREVIVAL u-ndsiup Class 10 am' Here's the recipe I ;

11 :Tin Morning s*>r\tc. conliitiid 1 gal. apple cider vino-: > i Pint Lb.

1 by ReL A Shepherd of I tomato paste. 1 stain I SCE CREAM 18C NECK BONES 16C .
L State Farm. lemons 1 box pickling '

Youth Fellowship Sunday: eve-, pound onion 1 table p"" :, .t"

.'i..".i at 7 pm. j I garlic to taste Cut Il'Il'- v -
c ji i and onions into small p.; > 'Ii> Pork & Gertner's Sweet Sliced

BeginningSunday ; St. Edward's Catholic add to vinegar, with pt- ,.. Small Cans Grade Lb.
garlic and sugar c
March 30 Kcv Richard Lyons, pastor. for two hour >" RlI. .' BEANS 5 2SC BACON 37C .

Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Spread th.-! e '. I
Continuing '" Weekly Mass at S: a. m. ,. ak .
\ : t'..ll1ft's,<;ions Saturday T TO ton ribs fire and It t.ih--> .K "" hs n.:.i. "> ,- .:__ __.. '_ '_ '-,_', ', '__ _- ,,'. .- --- -- ". ..- :_ .__ -; _::!' ;:::'= :"_: .::'.,-i
9 ,
Through April s I'M
hours to : e l
I Children's Catechism Classes. ,L' .. .

Dr. R. Barber I A ,h'esday 0|) 'P M much cookedA l" i B A CON Smoked, Tender 3 7

i',I'd:1:I I I.lie Sand "

Of Danille, 'a, ? I Church of God :I SdVs ,> r.\ tl.!!, .

Han'r i 1who
i Sth i St. Clair Sis h.* :; \-
.Toted been with t'I. 'r f' .
Erangel'ist Sin'day School If a.m. i Washington has for some ..,'__.-,_-_:- Lh- ;_.-_., '_ .' -- : .._ .. -. .... '- ;r"_' .:-... ; l t : -.: j-__ :a: ;
PRE-MILLENMVI. -. FINDAMENTU' Sunday Morning Worship 11amSur .
:day Evening Service 7:30: p.m all arrangements n' 1 1.
Y P E Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m :. when he got there 1 I., -

I JOHNSTOWN% BAPTIST CHURCHThree Pi ayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m dress Washington i,. 1746 9.Columbia D C 1: R ICE: Osceola 3 Lbs. 35c.

:I Miles from Lake Butler Macclennj::\ Highway TlltJas.\ I

1 HEY I n. A. CREEK Pastor (1I1W.T1.flnl:CII
Refinance Your Debts
I .. '
\ Messages that stir jour Soul Every Evening 7:30:: Don t mIss :a sen'ice a; the With Init-n-si 1 : .-' --. ,: -- -, .. ', -- -. ':..', =' ,.-- ::_ -.=:-;" --:.:-':.? =-'=. ;
Tht'ressChrisUan church Then :rtLd

1 CHRIST CENTERED. SALVATION BY BLOOD services are vital to you and your- Bank LB.

[ So bring your friends. Don t lei Farm Loans
Special Music and Singing the devil keep you away. ; 23c.

TONY GONZALEZ; at the Piano DON'T MISS The Young People are urged t::.I R.T.. BRY \,\ ( Limit 2lbs.
be present at 7 p.m. for their pan. )
FRED HAISLOP. Song Leader A SERVICE 622 N. Main ST-
of the program. i .
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: Homer Swiadall Minister \I Gainesville, F: r : :.- _.."".. : ", __ :. if'. :: : ___ -_ =_ .:' ..- : ."- '- ---9" --- ,q.- -- !& : '--'= :-..:.. :: ;.

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rnm.\1". MARttiie i rIff '

I nadoos overcame a 10-3 def'<:'t 'i1d ling assignment I ,mi: xoitit: or 1II1\1..CIICIt ,
i on c'n''r\III.I: "II"-" iti"t-.fl '" i I..1I I
BHS Nine Plays I withVir.kler I oi N liI 'nisi UK" I .1-1 np..n I h"1 weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph "I' -t S ', Iii.ll .'
whipped the StaI'ib> >u team [ and . r ONI: 1-: i .r }\ n 1 I' ; :
I 1 C t .ti.i i dol.I : ,i I i t- -k" f-i I-.I.n: f. : .11..1 i'i -. 11.1 I
: iru K I I'l.l.'k: : M i .
Thorn aridVink-1! Lee L'\ intx Jutl!: Y'.tl'o' ti. .> :."h ,1.11"i XI I" i, .,
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1710. Tebton. ing against \I- r\ .1.1.:1.l i t :1't I .' t I I. .id' q .I I."-uyr :i fi,-- I ." 4! 4 !IN 1 I t, > tatr. d t > rXXl \ P'
tl 1" I
Games : : "i ue: > : .U .r
2 Home 11Y hurled the seven inningwith Tuesday night l I h. I.... \ : (OFF1CIXI SEAT) A J.
I' t\ i ii 'n tht "ulol li, .n'- >. I ;'i i ik r i f..r yir't.'-. and I '\nrut. OF ;pKtii.: utvrKir'" I 1'homas. Pt: If'
th- team banging out 12: hit.$. In ''be here for a se\t-i Ial v.ars in thf ".,-t I fet-1 !I Ij .. IPP ,'r I !>i.U.v. Clerk of the Circuit Court ". I "t Inir I- I
i I am tullt .lualifn-d, for this j I i '. TXKKnTIi, : E'y :Myrtle! T Deaver Deputy Clerk .1 1 ,h
This WeekendThe the two innings played Tut-hday I Butler here mi -I. I.. SIT.i-nX t'.n-f T: tiLl in.l.i" .mil ini .r
j KMj .i.In". with the Fuji Hrtrt1I : _p> it 4 : IIi ''i .t..
night against Fletcher. eath te- m I j f -l.i 1. ii| | .11 mil \\.11 1 "I\i .- \ ..,i FOR ('lI.rimLrIIiI.ultI I I ,1..1.1 I :"lti ll *lt, !I-..'. i.'mlt'rt.l t In '.f It'Mil-. I

Robert E Le. I baseball nine with the vimr.: I i j .an ..-ff"l.u' in.i'in. i .i- th. iavv I(,T ii\n .. lit. i 'ir,'nn ..'urt.1 t I.' ,(df.ml t mm- XOTICC TO rnun ::: iliv. .
hitafely once BPW I \ !. ClrcMif ('.. .. ii, : ,
I h-r-l nnoun ImY laiOnlnt i x Kl.irnla !in lhjn > tx in .MUMt rl. Hm ford Count v, I
of Jacksonville will b.- the feature hAding a 1-0 lead Tivinas fared I j I want to thank you f..r \ "mot..- fur ( 'oiis'alile: of IHstriit < m.. I l'I'.d- I t Ills then-111 ,i.. II.lln&1 ; ; Mill It- HI Flnrltl: In ('H......r'. 'S iI t"I.ri _

to hen- this week as Set For \ sUp.rt| on May 6th tthnh I will f. rd Conntt! "''romprising' totmsi: |1'1'-1| Fl-i :d.i H k it -t' k. .1 .fI'.r.I' i 'I" i- It .n "IXX .i- I.,.p" 11. t.
team appear '
and walk d! 1Fletcht'r's .
8 nifii. struck out 5 ailr.mat.and, promise a I i'in ts t. 2 and i. I will app"-" i.tt.- '''n. ,i- i" 'tiff lid! !I.' s \' ,i- 1 .I Ii \ i ;, .l-i ... i I' i i !1.1 I I I. .|,,_ 1.1.\| f -
opponents of Bradford Tornado Boyer faced 9 'nen. I I ,. anti lourtious adiniuistra- t it.- tmd Mippoi t of tin p- "i'I !''M! .I I. ar. .1. '.. ,. t-. i i \ ; \ .
s m. Willis The annual of this offireXV -}IIr.TnXIITEI: : I I IN-I "4- -I I 1. nn.!. > -i.i, 1 s,p. \...1. i-.. 'Plictir..I .
Saturday night at p struck out 3 and walked 2. The M iMit.h. Edwards: I I' M' l-te'{ \ "d I I h. "." T"1 i .. i.: I' .1 i ii
night and sponsored by the 'H .i. : si ,
ton plays here Friday will be played on a S.turd:1Y: i roit (4lrIiLF. V s | | .1. f. 1\1 l : -
game rille I !I'l ..... .
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HOOT limb
Beach be held "CU 1I1"IICIt 0'1": PI i I\ I. : I I. :XI -I ,
Fletcher of Jacksonville night to be announced latt-i iVery i i IlIJtiTiiiitit: : I hereby announie mt randidi) t I 'ii.. I -.j: i I "I.It I'I:',.il., II V I y.. ',. t.t li.-ifn-l" h. -- -I.
nightin 2, at the Florida I ht-rehy annimn.my < :\lld .dal'- 'I! I!F __ i .
was the opponent Tues.'Ja little is known of the j for Constable .( the First Just !t' si \1111" "'i'- M : ,.t I ,oj \ .
hichvas I fashion show will : -lection, ai: a m..ml..r of the of the Peare Oistiut "mmpriMiig tl.. :Nih, '" i hlTlh:!:,. \-, .. \' S. I .i I d I I..t-. -
the fir't horr<' gjsie \\ I I !strength of the two opponent- :or : of Public Instruction Dis- voting precim' ts No t. i..tt-t.-y X. 1 !17 '. i'x 1 Inf"0': \ I .. '

called at the end of t"\ 0 rompleU this weekend.ViIIitoit edged p.m. And tickets .. ,, Bradford Count. Fi-iritla. t.> :!. North StarKe and N", :3 i, South l...M '1'11.11. :\ninl; : ." ; '_ I Iit .,....-- -
ittu years ot the une\pird I'"i.l" -.d. -
innings, as a M-i.ly du' ;npour I I P. K. Yonge last Friday and I--e's to also see II' ..r. ni> hushdiiil. the late H 1!. :-I"I'I.;I w ill appr....i.ite tlie t te and .I"I "i' ..f tlu. mum. at i-Ii'I' 11'1 i ; i J 11 I -. 4

Magic Carpet" >;! h... "Kl. nla .. ,, ,
11 : at IJI'M.I '
began. Generals always are strong. Last I \vi-h" t" suppott. of the i itizt'ns of the 1)1'i| .. DRIVE
thank the manIn- I i 1. .nil
ix -i| 1 I' 1 1li I'
Last Friday :ifU-'iinin 1 ilu l : Tor- I II I year Le was runner-up to Leon I price .idmmaI.. nn. and..ndoi groups who 'han'l irn..rui-t and iii.eltitmes proni'se! ,.f if sjiil tinted! iiffn ..to to p.theIn 'rf irlnt: .a, im.i'( ;b.--i I 1",101. ". LEE'S S THEATREI E
sf-ment" and i -I I I hei .i' i t piii I -Ii it .11{i.
Advance tickets
I l of nlulitvI .
in the class AA State meet i'tin'nt to ittempt t > .0 : 1'.n "ii't' .inx Th1: II IN
the BPW \\\ik --. :S. (Julei' lU'MCi:. ir ,
by silt..t T
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; With the season so young and .. ..' \ ..t.' anti .supp it \\.11! Ji.- :&:1'1 I i I'
W. C. T. U. intlenient weather all week the teenage group '!, .ippl''i'latfd I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
I : '""ifl."r.II.ZEI.. Iv. ,,. :
obtained at }{
,I loss of practices and not being :I. -io siv: \oriu: or 111'TIU''ro 1 .
AUKI} I III:(;ISTIH ruTinoisXMK: \OTICK TO "r"llC 4
A FE\\ IMU.NhN scheduled Cleaner New ----- ------------ -- - .
their - -- -- - - -
'i able to play game ('OI"T1" Not .. i is hni rI't, eitin that Hi- In < Irrnlt ( 00.'. ttnttatA C...tr> ; 4
}-oI FAKK\THlNi: ford County n"'lo'. n1I1"1111"T IInI'I"I\.1" ""tI..i I I-, 1'1'\-''',"- Florldn : In 'lmnrrrri 4
GOOD AND GOOD I'Olt EnJ\.1: will find the Tornadoes withouta will be used for h.'rv) .."''' 111:.: of t Chapt. Ji'i"! .:'. L.itt,1' Florida.X.ls i \:. em laml). l I'laii.t, ft. x :\011" : St N.. :MOV.) .1TEi.J.nclIw: : : :.51. _UMMI I 4
annmini > m\ :"\llift: < x .
\\ho \ ,, 4
able to the whole (", I ,11'14'I I will i.uisi-r: with it. vi ii .1 l 1 ml nil .
TIIXT IS H\D. pit liei go table uymtv f.iiiiniis-nin"r fimn 111*.- .. I'. 4
THING purposes 4 I.-rk f iliCM nit/ Ci.urt in and t'c; n I I'
VanAlstine and t Tin.Smith: MiiUi' ). ....hj..1 for I'.radfonl t'tlfltVti.lt.. ot : \\nllp To Arr''f- SAILOR/ BEWARE 4
(TIlE \'ol( E MU\/I\F.) mute Tcston I til uill ..f th., xuf.r- MI th.> PI"\.o.' upon r-. t Ipt' ;.f pi-oof ..I'' T. X.II'h,(. X.-te: I 1.,1 1 "h..,.. 4

('ol,' plilbably,11' hand II' pitch niiMr: tii' PrIlIl.tn' .,.t.:1tv: ; I' !il I I 1"11. I will ri'ml. i the : ... I'.in.lina 4
xiv lit
t II.tI" .r Tt-niptM: .1. I iiiiil r
% i h't> of XX hi. h I : I>l'anIartin.: Jorr Lewis. Corinne ('ah 4
:im ".I\lalol.! l to I tthnh I ..mitrtmtaged in I'"-III"-ss '11. are hereby notified that a > eM
TTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFarm A tll'II'.t mind mite ..unlx at ltrmt.: -. !'inn Tt iii i'I.A \ .- Stark. Floiida'ail suit ton Divorce has been filed ,, 4 4
'n' xme and stippmtill l I.e I Johns. ow Itch. .;n ; south against you in the above named Pt- -

Home & Auto Supply \ .Ml matter in this i 'I! -<-iat J I". ..rlI MAlHU'i: I\\\IIIS. JK.ill"1: I \\'.Ititt eu r,"'ti St this. Stark.Fi.riL:J\th dat ..t :XI i 1.11' 1 h \ I I'.. quirid Court and tn serve cause a copy and uf you your are answer re-- : VEl).. Tlll'ltPHII... 2. ::1 i 4 4 4

1'iiJ: at m Starh.Itra.If.r.t: "" 11'\ or pleading to the complaint 4
ital hertisiiij( l 'mull on 1"1'1' tIMIMI '''IOMU FI""I.la! ..n the Pliintiffi Attorneys Evan 4

Phone 26 P. 0. Box :309 141 I W. Call St. (.tnIH.latl" .. : I 'lU"IICICT 'iintii: ; :3: ."> 4t 141'1 I T. Evans ana Xeal I). Evans Jr 103 : This Woman Is Dangerous 4
E t "r.y annuunre lilY .ainlulaiy Law Exchange Building Jackson- 4
4 !tI tI ( 'minty ('.miiiiisiiiiifr fimn Uis- MIIK: iMi\riu\ 10 I, x-ille Florida. and file the original 4
Starke, Florida! I i Thrr Smith St.uk.) '. sulij. .i.t HI.IMII: i 1111'101"i \ \>u: :I in the office of the Clerk of the Tiriii' Joan Crawford, Bennis1C1r: an, Da\id Hrian 4
the Pt-iniicratii I'rimarii.s in May \utlii- .Is h.r. l.x' irix.n that tin .' i '""II..n nr l lit-fur- Mu !'xtli il!.ixllf ,. 4
ion 11.IUK: or j I l *-lfi'I..d. I xv I ill I .1.1 mult h., '. .. .. 4
--ix. nix vli-trut' iinilfiifti" i. I pmx i-nui- Vll| i ll I 1 l'i ? tl I. IXX -. 1 .,11.I ,I.
: TRACTORS FARM EllPIETAUTO : : 3 ,1 r IM i ....urit> l.i iln In-t. .f my :ilnht}". PIE i'h.iilti| :'I II"* i:,,: I.a w. ..f Kl'.ri'l Jig t i' .y ,.r -.1',1 I'"n'l'l. fI'I lie 4
4 A ii n..unre-ttmt-nt !I I > > Kftpinir the \nt.i-.' lit.it in- .V.ts ,.r I'Ml t' ill it-Ki-lti' xx nil thi l.ti- I t'f>.-*, ,1 "V X" '1. I : 1'KI. :_i.\T. M'K. I.I 1. .> 4
Hi.it I am a ,' -- fir-t V.'ur .."I.' and active I I'lt-ik uf t tin. I'lnuit t ',,iirt in amifm +I 4
: ACCESSORIES BATTERIES TIRES )j..r m i'l...rkf the (' ..,.' u ill !10.. great iv I Htailfmil u '..UIIly, Statt. ..( Kim-i 1-j-I he. I 'n. ''f t> ,.'". '. ".,11,I t.. i I. ,.h.1..1 1on 4

P I "'mot'rntic ".. I I Yi.iir fru' tla. Import I."' .j..t. .if piiiuf ..( pulilh .i x f -- I j\I THE SAVAGE HORDE 4

FISHING TACKIJIs1oRTIN(; GOODS; ) J j Smie .1 lime. I'i40 I I 11 A ( liiiildyi al'l.r"'ltted'l: ) ton uf this ""Ii. .*. tin futiii'.ii- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATHE 4 4
: l.l.\-d a,: )'....r St' Ha hue uf .1.1J t. i. I'lai i inidi'i ulu i li I
4 |I fii. ...r, with the ) ('IIINI\ < ( 'I'II""IO\Ile| 1 am engaged: in business. .s i.ut'ialllllt :: \\ 4
APPLIANCES 'months iiulit.uy in-1 flUFF '111111:1: : \\ : SI.;t Starki. 'IIII"I"a ith \\illiam Kllinil t t'I 4

War II. I I hail planniil lint I.. :a-k f .r tin-- 11 ) '. I I'ampler. ..\\ lI..r. I J"! __ '.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANSURE i i I am offering an .'.. again. luit. -ii mam uf my Tli..mp-i.n St. Staike. Fi'riiI.t. : -
of '.npalil. .l'. andI'fii. t i '''' lux.- pi i.\ uliil ..mm II''. tu I run 1M t i-il tins 2Mli il.ix ...t :MIL I ATE,
| I in, l.. tin. .. A l I'.. P."i2 at :'I.t ilk. "II/.IItt".1 TTTTTTT
'-eeeeeeeeee-ppeaaa -ne- see-------------------- I of duty in thif "., "lIl that 1 annul STARKE FLATri. TYTTTTTTTTTTTY..TYTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTmakes
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your suiil in the ... I
in.in v v .11 it d .i\ iii i 'I :t, I tlit I>i-ttnt\iiti- 1 lmr.-e. anti -incerely MUM: 0*' IKVIIUN -1"41HI'il"U .. :Sat Maivh :>! :Jl !9
:miliipp..it of the I 1'11'1 i rilll MMK.Xii'it'c
I thof Inc. !..r*, maul ili-trnt is' h-it'li\) tiX'ii that tl,. BIt! l ( 1)01) ) B;, .E: I i\TI: iI( -
and Outboard Motor I will j 1 I.. I I i.-fl.'i'i.-il I prnnu.se tin' same iindersijfiii under: tin. |I" ux ii.inrh.titft ..I i

\i"ur vuie .mil \ I.- a- I liaxo tndfaxoud tu :!'ii'i'i! :! I.:ixv- ..t l-l-.ri.lt. \. I
I -(' .\ ,.1.1 'i in' the I BIRDS OFPARADISE
I pa-! .
Collision with another floating uf I'Mt. WIll r.-gisl'-l' \\ IIh tin i kuf
against loss by Thefb. ine"I''h'. tin. ( 'in-int ,l'HUM in ami f"iI'radfurd

craft or floating object Accident while being tran- ,J I -lit.v w r.so.v. tttilitSllt.: .' ..f Fli i.l i.illtinn !
re-eipt IIr'III".f..c |I' i ,-I! dl..II'I
ported on land or Loss overboard of motor from \ roit f'I.UIi: i I I.on t'O{ '1'n".I...\ InIII"'IIIU"1' uf this 111.tut-. tin i ,. ii-" uii' vvvYPbt

ANY CAUSE. This l is to I nxi: uf KIM-rf.itiun; Hai ,. I I---, I'I I : ,, mi '
f Mi.xlford: (''' I li.iil.t. .innoiiu. >' 'mt i .mdiilait tier ulii.'h I am "-li..g. .) n -- i I IN TE'JI I"OUm
r II:' Hit .. lie ..f -mint Coiniiiissi.uo:' .
Dis- '
i from J s-21d Kast i .ill >' :- I ik
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J. 0. ( ) Insurance Agency : rii. mt t 'i.Iirt. I '? i.'i 1\ .. ( i:r....h.-r ..milt-tt !Kiveri i I }0'1.1"1. |' l.ouis. .loiirdan \ !l-hra l Pa .-tVM WASH
Jerry Gay | > ilu.( at that I ".
h..fl t to the .
will ot Ih- .
tot-rH in !I li I'. I 1'.1 ilijuirt t n" tif r'n: :' I _
I I'uliln si hools of ( '. t-r..ti. :
I l'rimar of ,
May Thump-' st 1 t..m-L. Kl 1..1 tiLt WATER HOTTER -
mil the I mwrsilv .10- ti .1 I I will id-v'ote the net es 6.\ thi- .' M\. I \\ hip \\ iI..n| .
"ar \ IIal..1 *th il I.ix .1 ii i. ) II) /
116 N. Court St.WINKLER Starke Phone 7S5; 101. I.. t.tk.aere .
.|. of I and effort to ",'n'. the .\.11.l 1 I'I-.2 .it t :-1.,1.' I:' ...It.,1,1
SfCSflpeSSSaaSe ,______________e_re C t n i f-., I shall do mt' di-trii. and iiuinty to th..1!I 4 '''llllt'X ,l'i 1... 'll.I 'I Canyon Raiders and keeps It hot / :: .
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i I. I \i>ii hefoie ? .1|.I'n, alulitt. pledging 1111..1 I -- 2' t I' I ; .
CHARLES s,"i"M. ,md unpHrtial ion-1. !
i. 'ration at ill 11m..!!. Your vott: .MSII Cartoon anti :serial GETS CLOTHES I'
i MI in i: 'io nrin.11.: : IKi \ i.
snppi.it will \he deeply : .
I ap lilt \M l'I.IstI'OIC: HIM. '10
j | i.i|. d. in '
I ; elttting ii.iikii .
} I I I I r tll this impoitant off i..*. : .IWllltI1I1tl \ 'I mi.ciiI : : Sun.. Mon. Tues.Mar. with New Exclusive
ELECTR1CsE1n1'1ZENITH PtlK ( lll M i ,
MIIII1 t'KOU III': ::" 11( llor \ \
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th< Vott-is xi tilt ii. -iirr1.iu( : \ :UI.( :U. .\ir. 1
f. mis m I't.tdford !i i i };t ),, MA.GC f<( 'hcc<< S
CC" ttti: / furtln- rOil t i( ut uwtv >
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.1 ((1(11(1:1, (t.' foi. ri--t' .. 111'ifT fix: / FLYINGLeathernecks ;
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"t r'lvi-, ioniprising: tlmtVoting mi (the Ktatuf; I it:* .n I hill lulie.ilt. ,
I nil I sii|>pn |I' *" .. .
i-im'Is of Itrookt i' .t net N't'w (IllVt I. id. ...1. all.I"lI"I I UK AS. lin I
I ii -1.1.| tint I if I .. "".. if el." '0"\,1 i I r.. (ontinue 1o Inuti"-" ..f -ml. n |1'ldl'| h .it tot xvax put'
n II/ t In* for II. | .
RADIO run for tin l-i !h-h..1 in i.inpli.ui. xxitli laxx in.I
1 ""illt\ and( the ... mitriM ol Mm \\axnt- \ iolNTt. l KxanMso : EzcIivel! ONLY Bendix brings you
jj ", itt ,,nil of tin Coimtt' as Ih"1| WHI'UI: : : : ;In-.it 'IIIK xx .i- h. Id i in n xuffn I I1.
: is /n has i in I h. \ -t in Maikr. I l'I..lld.L at 1 in nnu. HOTTER wash water Tumble- I I
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"ur tott' .mil |'| "'it will i: ( 'art".n't. \\ I plus
and .1 \ ''I i 'hi I.'" me ( I .I.k I .\. M I :\i..t 'i.s ,
appri, "i'i:id I tl '. + -1.1"'h ::'Milii. ':
/ on wash for Ihe brightest
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I': I i ...1.1".1 ....1.tloI.hlll.| : M I,. I..ga'l I ." M.d.I
I 1'1"- Wed. \ *5 '*r' Here's the firest automatic
Thurpril :!. ::1 J JDOl :
.IIt1I'II"| nt 1 tin ili .. .11'"i ;iPfl Dell 0-314
ServiceTelevision I nisimcT( ovsi ONI mi.:t: I I \ov\". ovTHKIIKIIII.: : Pen Kill I ){ ( IJLi: rEATl'KE I washer ;.izJe but not: the rrasttipensive. I

and I i I FOK ( oi'" ht. if lit tug i'mtnv 11. i-nn fm youtm- Saves hot water. saves e .
1 : rehv nnnoniur mv lamliila.. '
v r"plil,1| i. jiM.ilu. xxnlnn thr. UJ "
T.I 'Ih. 1'/1/ i/i- 1 Constable. (1"1 ri I I ill.-. I i'I mmitlifimn Southside 1 1000 : $" ; dmonsrrated
10111- ) I tin ;JMI: dax ntMai I sjap. il 1 -
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Florida'I" I' nt l ixttit, ih !I' '_. -.11-1.1't i i I. ix x .tj.-n------I II 299,95 9 9 9
| I .im' :! .11,1 ;, I.1 :-{mark. and > Stark.I I r..1 I that x..tir "'in IIII.II''u.fl. |if., if \\ nhmili. I lion .Dtfonail'I \iulrcAM king: I II i ij-norrow'! 32 pogt Snow Whit*

221 N. Temple Ae.STARKE. Phone 166 ,1.1",1,.. of I "XI''i.'n! .' in law ntoi..m. nt S-i ,.1 i I'. i iml. ..l I lint.. _mi t.,\ 1 > i if < lliliti.' ,, : )
i nun' hat I | nit- t.-i t this p.SIM! M '-S II. -.iit-t.i., I t"I I X i. Till i-.ill for Mother hrt ..
78 WEK TO I ;"
L, 1"111",1. \\oiknl. ) I "I".1, mil 'tIPl'.i'11 1 on' \li\ I. I t inn 1,in" i IM I It.. --t t 10. -.ml lit.n Hi.II PAYI
FLORIDA si 1\ .1 our i-mint i- I h. .iipr.| i 1..1 -li.ill n I I.. |1".1". d. I. .i- r.nintxhull.
{II. 'lIIalll'hll..r"'L i II f I am m.uritd I U K 'I'! U i -I-I I Hi \1 \ >' I I .. -t'I--t-} 1 i I 1.-.1'i .\,1.| DallasI fxxjucl ol UNDO!: HOMI APPLIANCES Di;"t.on AVCO onjoit. rg -,...

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I ", .I i K .11,1) tin Fillyaw AnnouncesThe (,art ( otiH-r, Kiiih Human WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
II d.l I :nn fimiliar ) )

'""? V" VJ 'f i I .' ili. pt.oplt. AS I Reopening of \|soTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT l.a"1t'.1\ :222-221! Temple Ave. ST\KKE
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< iml Rt :iti.fullv THE DRIVE -IN CAFE _, __ _
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I OX KOI) TK l 100EST() d
:\.\I.F4i< : room house Rl )->-- 'l'i: ,tz F h.' I ,,,, 'I|" "M amiill i
l> 'k i>o ti -".'r "t'titil from 11'1 '. I Sim... iI I
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|I" i< u : i. ill.i ill' HiI I I T'I I : "I L clean
jrn.- itlrtl1an,1 .'hi.'ken run 111'-| :: 'i' .; :' painted Remmlelhd Modern Clean We clean
pros I acre I..., al.... on Sl.itIM .' I, ---- ,, iijIi
Jo \\orthuiKtiMt f 4priiig I 'u: > :1\1'i : i :\i..I-i i ii ..II.! -nit' rirvirsdow
("imttaet 1-eil.i U' lUoii \\'urt hhiit..n : I \\'u.k I.-r I'.l.ltf4: 'i'-itii'I.-,. and run ..It Kitchen Open for Inspection at All Times I wtno_- -d!
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Mtrmtis ::tp 1 :! In.Inn Tl.ul Stalke. I-'l.t tf I
: for r. -.1.I I '11 t-. ; ISarhecue SandwichesOI'KX .

}o'OI: .\I.I'1I"1II'lrt: Ifl Type \\ ..t, I ull TI'XT-Tw' ;t-rooin, furnished Sheriff -'IIoJ"1 'u | ana Vil.fl.
I'unip Uf.iioii.ilili-: t. :: ,I, apartments: eonmfnrtalI.> hl'dll. ] Prim.it ,u i'i M.iIliMitr \. : TILL i 1'11I0H: .VT NKJIITI I .:* and I.I licenseplate '
Pliimluni; ('" :31P :3 :! N'orffe spu'.' ht-ater eluiin' ran I'.1! l luihfiilh
1 liree 11..r"'l. an.) liwn $10-$4"i At dnt s ,.r ti i., ,,ff.. t ) I blcdcr:
}.ot: 1:1'XTr"1II: tpt rurni,.!i<>' fall St l.tiilK.'. K: Staik.'. take mv ;ilnlitdun, "iir I s-
Path.nt -r M $.... .K: .\. \\ inkl .left R ailed road I l'i miles to proinis,. if r..-ili"< i e i
l I..r. lions, ., with sign .u Kate :'.Ir". to i "otidin t ii.- a I WISH TO ANNOUNCEThat : :1. g kr't -
r.irl \\ \'nn. BI'.hi.l.'I, !< tr. l in a fan ;anil IF :"I...... .r"' -
AI'XUTMHNT Foil KKNT: Vroomsiivfnrtl I Th- \ ..1.. ami !' -e1 1

I."r'h. KriKulAire. Kstove. <: KU :SI\VIN:: J M ninny. com- ill th.. "lIhwill I Am No Longer Connected
< ''II\I.I"'h'! lnrnisli, ..1. t.c.iItil .. puiv. I.ikf i'it\'. FI.I. riii.n.> 8*/). i pn'ciafi .1.
lilV! Mt.lis.n In uir.. .. H-t'4-t '' -
| will I I icpiu, \ 11 '".1. h it.in tip i!
fhimlwr of f'.ntni.r.- 1"1' < .otiilil'mi ,l..:i- .n.. il-I-. W.- -p. n : ;: With The .
ii-.. mix K. "nni'i." :iiM.r.r: parts Farmers Produce & Livestock .;,..: J1j, v.-, For Ihe

"'CH: KI'VT ,.\tlri. ti\- i'\l.'in npirtments Our -.i i \ .. .. i' ii \\ I II I ploI i i U up a n.I' nut "II :
|1.. .. T. the \oti-rs of
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small cotl.iK-: .\i>i>.I"'lrahh'1"1 l Nu. MINIS'i: i, i Inn.-| in.I.IIII'M.a| .. Mr t : : .. .inilfdatifor I"'I I .. '
at I)urkj'< .or >l n : i "i-'HI i l.t. 1"1111' S
man. :!fl1V M.nli i .mnlv -iihl.-" t to :
,, ,, Primirx,.' Miv t. I I tires and : -

ATTI1 M'TIVK newly d.me o,'.r furnished :MAT THE SSE S II I will deeph. :".... I l.irite ..1111.l"C'/ock Owners To Let
-\n<\ nti\i V.mmpt..
for r..nt { tire
apirtment 01' ,\u. KINUSR I will n ml-t til. ... : pressure .

per Aparlments month on.\ C"ljrk J Ttt.n.i.Slrcot Jr.kgnt. $ I."n"1 ", ", ;,.' i Me Handle Your Sales as Follows :
E: N 0 V .X TEn 11I'I'"rt.j i"' ..ffu l Including
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FlitI.I'.a'r">le. 1 room; house farm. l>arn.all,- tinal .....!' r"'.1'.{tY. ai :....j I h. r.i'i.v mItt TX\" : I Each Wednesday -- Live Oak spare

,'Iretr Ity. ileep well\ with cItri.tntrl .. 'mil" 'dati! for the : 3jgVIC
1> $J,Sort, terms 1S miI. friW -..ss..1. "f l'|' l.lfolll
south of Stark ..n "01 t-> I tin. will of ( he : I ,. .
roi.l turning: left. 1 blm'k nnl Mi' i-'i r I R N i IT 1'1 R EIItipiI.i.teN.I I p. ii'- '".tti i. : Each Thursday -- Palatka/

left again First plan. :t..I'..- I I f. ..1 1 th.it m\. "\\",
railroa.l ( V lnh-reit : t I ixii-ri-iu.:i I in l.t I

Ci"hht'd II i 'in.ilifn.s in.' f,,i I appreciate handling business
in the and will
jour past
I > fin i ,nd I I
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I"--t.irx. II.HIMnn IIllh\\.I\ ill I I 1.-i I .' 11 I I... gi I still continue to !iret xou top (If I the market prices, for
Ju i-t lI..rtht.rk.! .. 'Iv limit- '.I \ Ilfl\ :2.10: I'.ilatka, F1-)a. --T wecIean-

,l''....nla.t nio\nl J K fn W.LIII..m |\m.r- ....nt l-tui.x I l..t .it <' ........... ...........I' j' .'nlC .. l '. : sour I I.i\t'-.Iud: On

:: J N 'i: TUP: ui I 1'i.rr: i ,MIMH i : :n iimir iirci. i and checkheadlights I
lilH\ KiiKiiiol: W'iMiiK Iiu\ hah T. .1.. V.-i- ..f
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\\11.: iaii: 1 u \ \ i rii: J.D.ODOMELECGUY yourSinclair
tilth .. i.f lit ;
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tall It'i
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T..I"tr.lpl! !: tf '" 'lit- I viii.ii" .tiI,ii' I
f.trmiir' in lratlfort roiintXinttlt I in" u..r".|,,> lI' t: ,
\ 'rtul .ipportuiut $1 t.. f?' and check :
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1.-i. II.I .fti't Dealer.1
in II tlt\ No; \ptrieme! 'rt.iiflIt..I > -: :\ 1:1.: ; \s 1:1.1:1'1:1: :. ; : : \TlIS .. i I
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ili\ M. xi-.::' ; OMI'XNY: 1""|mT rtl .. -" : : u Jl"t i '.:, \', ," i .III't' !.h.. n, -x tn. ''' radiator -

Kre..poit. lit : II'| I ,I II.-.It 'I] :i. s,!.,,!,, I ;,!- 1 '., .1 l'.,.n pol in v'.1..1.' ". 3 I

: ni'ill'1 ," i .1I 1] All these courtesies yOu can expect-
\\ .XNTK.l.t.s t.r Hilt) Msttht-s I IWOS: KKPAIRri .1 I :"" ANDREWSToCONGRESS .e-------i .

on Max 6_. ( IM 1'.1 l \A I XII Mnkrs XII$ M.itleU .Tf ;. ,I t will
I "",..""lile rhnru. cimranlrrtlII I 1\1,. n x' p l ,. FREE and with smile when ou
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Kt'lt KKNT: -Furnii heil. two t \s. I". 1I"I'III:1t1l: 11..1! xv i ili !I. .>x :i : \ !
airt meatith s, reenul pur. i : : \X. tall st, scarke I'h. 2TIIN'i : -i-I \ .' I "111, -I ]
I'tilttieii furnl.h..d1"l o sletpinr tl* I' r .fM. < ., ...
....mMr- TinOlson." :221alnut !I < v \1:1\: I ...u.,. --.z. drive in at the familiar Sinclair II C
\\ St I' )! ; .\ND HltTIIl'KE
-J3: up Orol'l !,tlt.. n .it Oihmt-r-

I'OSITH'NTKlv: Motor tune ii| Gift Sh.ip.ie Ph">tie 66.J. tfi We check And of the roil
or s.ru u t -.itinn :ittenrtant sign. you get

tiiolinn phi, ir... piojtition .. >i U VI 1.1'.1 I i 'r,,mli .1'\.1\ FOR level
\T'IOII.' m! .J Iti' l l'i I.11 !. Ii. i i 'r \\ .1. i i- i i .
I \\ .\ 11'' \t. .. I :: i '"I'I hi; I.t i >l ON in power-packed gasoline motor
Ki'U"i.1\ Ut iI.NT'r tit: four will r11h'II"-ell on.. .as I :J.ji !\ 6 fan belt, r .

tlilti. .tins .::""d Hnil just out KlT: I I irn.-luil II. ..v.J 2 QUILT oil and !lubrication
i'"tv 1 IIM, its \\ H 'llnian. :!* J, 1I\11.\.1 i i >t.i' W, .". t H t u sliii i C battery and ,
\\fsi 1..I"'n." S'irkf. : I' $. h.-.ti-. lip lie stands for .. >

>o', 'i 1: KKNT-Fiirnts'" 4 io.m .... : J i' OI m >. '\l '" mdli \ ..istoi : HIKE 1w1 honesty air cleaner service, too.
1.1.... >.'r)' nil'" Mrs .K J. 1'.." .k >.t-! 1.\\\ .' I Ilk .tt h U.I,
I I..UK. ST r> l" X\e"''t 'all $1. atrotht n.- .d.lS.. a'f: I 1'.d.tI.i .. ... It T1 1, r' I sincerity
-treet fr..m Arr.'ru-an! 1.egtt.1hii da\'f 50c --
.. 113-J integrity -

11: KKNT-TMO i.-.ir! '.111, j bunin
Ft OK I SM.K !.,r..b Giant bell l.awtePliote 2tt-, \\' St ttrk. :. j I economy

;i.r and Kr.l Cayenne Hot p<' \. 'all .Vt
ulanis irgLib: and Uutirer t. 411! IIXTPlIrl1: ,h,1| | :..h..tlr..llI'h..I1. ti.1 in government IstOli.
mat- plants Is, nil I..,. 8.>uthe ,.>.. mndei, ,...n\ > n i. u.'r-. near : t_ _
v'arl.... turn left off 'riffis I." 1: H S A I- (tarn -ii.| .1| eartsrapartnunt -
ttoatl S. R r.elcer .; : ". :\1.| M I I:1 Call I BIG ; Business Man Civic Leader County Official .

\tOUT(; ".rs: ron % \ I.I; .1 I"T.\V .A. K Sill's! U.hg i Veteran World War II Graduate I'nixersity of Flori

... residential ,bi! < XI.F .' '... \ SERVICE CENTER STATION
Mrt gag balance on approximate: pr.bIlrtwtth $ "" .. ;,...ttcnttitlit- 4 in t;..n h I'h.w\ > hic\rl-4SJXVTKn .*. \ I School. Able. Honest. Progressive

month mo I
OHvaMe $10 per :!It'h
interest at 6f{. Monthly '\) .. ; YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT

luve l-een made on or before : -Yardman or hindxmansteady I WILL BE APPRECIATED Guy AndrewsPOLITICAL SKEBEH I). GOODMAN;
turitx' for over three year. work around buildings and Starke,
or write Tann .,L,' ":t. ('''' Ibn'h.. M.-f-1 I lUll ( DVERTI5IKG- PAID FOR BY Guv ANDREWS. ) L S. :{01) at South ( itv Limit-. Starke. FloridaIf"

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