Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1953
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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OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY With Marine Hurley In Korea

PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY Farmer's Diary Farm &: Ranch

UNDER SAME MASTHEAD Official County Publication Established In 1S79 Carol> n 1 CalMreetSTARKE.

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I Prices On Berry Strengtheni Deal :!Death In The After-n-oon'. I

He seemed like
a r At "'roo ,,t ) --

\ boy."Almost .t -1

Berry pin ,'. :oh./Ked an en I;,Date Crtft. Range Aig.llth !1! every time I passed r & -'

r'L I 5th W 5! 00-9 00 6.36 II'' by I'd see him busy around
the State
couraging gam it i I -1
6th 624 .00-7.20) 5.32 j the i place-in his berries or -- _
Farmers Market here this week ; -
:;: _
232 4 10-7.60 5 M other .
7th crops, a bystander r -

bringing new hop to growers who I 9th 491 500-1.90 6.3. 'marked. _

had been despondent when the 10th 581 60-7.20 6.70 'I It was his way of paying

average dropped to around S'< on 1', 1227607.0 7.12'.:'homely tribute to John Brady ._ A..> .

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March 3 The slackening off of I' The steady gain for the first I'Clark, 20-year-old farm > >iu'b/ .p.---- -.. ... c.-- --.. t ;: "' ,' :.- ;4:.,.:" '.-..-
klW'i4 .
who had just been shot 4'ft & -I.
volume at Plant CHv and tmprovedquaflty three days of this week was regarded -! %' 4 -

here were contributing as a good omen for the I death by his father, Freda ..h'p.. h.

factor to the gain. growers, and buyers were having I Brady Clark. 49-year-old t'N&.

to pay top prices for the best fruit. !'farmer who was dead tH". b>

Thursday morning the prices The Plant City season is rapid-' his own hand. %
pB'.d for the first 100 crates' j1II1iiFi1i'1 .
I ly closing out with half of the As is usual in such cases none __ :
ranged from J7 to $8. Twelve
I IJ7 berries there now going to proces-I knows exactly what wa said -
crate of Florida 9s sold for
soFa (cold pack) at 18 cents per ,and done to set in motion tne ; te- t -'
50 each J p. :
pound. i chain of circumstances that ame % :t' \

In their biggest week to d.ite.j I In its last Friday Issue the 'to such a sorry end last Fndav ..-

March 511. Bradford growers Plant% City Courier reported: I afternoon. But the boy had been ,' -

mid 2,160 crates through the 'The beginning of the end for living with his great aunt for The last snapshot ever made of The nel>' completed little packing' hon'.e, nestled at the edge ofJohn'
market here for return of Making a Rtlm picture on the dirt floor of the kicking house t'the .
a gross the strawberry season in East \more than a year, supposedly be- John Clark. Taken just a short ,. berry' path was M-ene' of the murder-suicide.' The hoy's car (

$12.997.11. Hillsboro seemed to be just around'the 'cause of unpleasantness surround- time before his death the miniature a Mercury-h seen N-tueen carbine rifle used by the elder lark. for Ulng hit on andthen
packing house and tru 'k, where Is "a..
rammed himself.
the truth-needed this week berry'! The gun lie where it frll. Ix-fuera of drawbrrr ,
Following corner as ing home life with his father. photograph was among the into diUh t> another truck drhen a pllo -
rains of Wedneaday and Thursday, I prices slipped to their lowest ebb I Both father and son grew strawberries j I identification paper carried in his passersby gathered j In little by father. Neighbors, and > crate tops and the feet of the suicide. The carbine U I'. S.Arm .
plants are expected to yield their this year. No. 1's averaged 16 on land bordering High-i \\aUd.i OWUrrwl. groups at s vcne for hours after tragrti) )' tH\!', using M calibre bullets.

peak or near-peak production next cents a pint for the wel'kith, t way 16 in the shadow of the ;! PularuU 1-Minute Photo by the Telegraph

week At least one additional' 10 and 12 cents being the low and !State Prison gates. The elder' --- -- -- --- --
I I i that his wife had I II
buyer, W. O. Hodges of Plant 23'i the high. No. 2's sold for an |Clark's home stands a few hun- | left home the "Daddy. I've never double Three panic-stricken women, turned to the shed and told Mrs. the
ambulance few before
a minutes
Citv. will begin operating here by average of 64 cents". I dred yards east of the highway. day I before to stay with friends. crossed youI've tried to help :, who had been packing John's ber- Clark 'T\e killed my boy. I'I'I' reaching Starke
then So this Bradford I I John returned to his berry field you. the boy replied. He pleaded 1
far season 1 1I I
while John lived with his great I flea. were eye-witnesses to the | might as well kill myself-I'll go Double funeral
Daily report from the market growers have sold around 4,500 I and. apparently despairing of with his father to be reasonable, to the services wereheld
aunt Dora Clark, on the highway. : getting I murder, and one of them Mrs i electric chair an'ay.1'He |I
here for the past week isas follows crates of berries for an estimated pointing out that he had no way for the father and son last
I John and his helpers finished the truck. began loading I Katherine i Sponholtz was wounded handed his wallet to Mrs i
I I I J27.fi69.70. I 'I of defending himself and that if : | Sunday afternoon at 3 clock nt
i'picking berries about 1 o'clock last berries into the trunk of his Mercury the elder Clark in the right arm at the elbow Clark and said "Here. You pay Evergreen Besides the
were determinedto Cemetery.
Friday afternoon. and the I |off the pickers. I'm
youth by the first bullet to
from the .30- going
sedan. Before he had finished kill him he would have wife and mother Mrs Mamir
Brooker Citizens To Meet I wert to his father's field, a coupleof t just to I(I cahbre carbine after it had passed finish the job."
I Jaycees the elder Clark drove up go ahead and shoot. In making Tanner Clark. the are survivedby
hundred yards away to borrow I I[through the young man's body. I He placed the gun at his cheek
this remark, the boy doubtless Clara Dean Clark who livesat
the elder Clark's truck. The ar- I and bumped the rear end of his I !I The other !
I rangement was for John to tale ,son's car ramming it into the thought from past experience that :i'Kelly a neighbor women ,were and the Annie and fired through his brain on home and Nadine Clark of
Vote For Deputy Tuesday Night I boy'saged I the right side killing himself In- I Jacksonville daughters of the
i I his berries and some of his I ditch. The father got out of the his father was bluffing. I, great aunt Dora Clark. stantly. elder Clark and sisters of John

father's to Lake City for sale. truck and went into the packing motivated I
i Apparently
I by anger After shooting his son tile The boy was still alive1t'n Both men were members of the
Reportedly the father instead shed where he accused John of I
Residents of the Brooker communlty An organization
meeting for the and intoxicants, the father fired father ran into the berry field Baptist Church and John was a
I !
voted in favor of a deputy new Junior chamber of Commerce: of letting his son have the truck, trying to "double cross" him. at invest'gating officers arrived.lying ,

sheriff for their area at a meeting Chapter for Bradford County will i drove Off in It to obtain whiskey the same time threatening to kill I point blank at his son and pumpedone and fired the gun twice, appar- in the packing shed that he member of the local National
I Guard unit. Six members of the
held Monday night in the community be held in the courthouse Tuesday or wine He had been drinkingfor 'the boy with a carbine rifle that or more bullets into his body ently in an attempt to kill himself I had just finished building late I

hall. It will be left up night, March 17. at 7:30 o'clock ; several days to the extent ''he carried. I after he fell to the ground. 1 but without success. He re- the 'I compan served as pall bearersat

______ ____ uu_ ________- ---- -- -- afternoon before He died in his funeral Sunday afternoon
to the Brooker City Council to I An election of officers will beheld u --- --- -------- - -

select a nominee for the post and at this time, and a constitution New Committee

their recommendation will be I and by-laws will also be Kelly Elected Bradford Cagers Close Out Season

passed on to Sheriff P. D. Reddishfor adopted 1 FREE CONCERT TONIGHT :

final appointment. I I Several'prominent Jaycee gate
Farm Market

At the muting Monday night I officials will be present, includingArt For Rotary HeadJ. \\Vith Losses In District Tournament

the Brooker citizens were also Higbie of Kissfmmee. state ; BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL BAND

told that they would likely have 'executive secretary, and Harry i The new Advisory Committee

'p telephone' service( by April 15. It ,Stein vice president of th" second -I of the Starke State Farmers|( R Kelly. Bradford Countytax The boys and girls basketball ,Jackie Tanner, Cai"l> ti KHIv

is expected that bids for the con- dlsttict. collector, was elected president I
I Market will meet Friday night at I
( teams closed Elaine Nao.i
U.S.O. AUDITORIUM 8:00 i out the season last f'roib i Stoke an)
stiuctlon of the exchange building ]i Plans will also' be" made for a I 7:30 o'clock, according to an announcement \ of the Rotary Club of Starkein -- P.M weekend when the Pats> Kun-ra. but Miss Bishop

will) bu let by the Santa Fe Telephone -:,charter banquet to be held latethis I I yesterday by M. R. i the annual election held hereVednesday. boys went has enough letternien returningnext

Co. this week and con- month or early in April. ;Judd, market I down to defeat in the semi-final
manager. I I|!\ Jack Trawick was PUBLIC CORDIALLY I II round of the year to build toward sooth
struction district
will begin immediately All young men up to age 36. I The selection of members for i I INVITEDRev. tournamentwith i''er good team
thereafter. are" invited to attend the organization :elected ,vice president. P. K. Yonge, 46-41. I
i! the new committee was announced I I I : !j The boys elected their
meeting : this week by L. H. Lewis director I Directors elected, in addition to The girls team, pitted against II I captain
after the
of State Markets : the above officers, were: Francis Mao girls, lost 40-29 last Friday -( season and this honor
Express Company I as : T. B Beard. Mack Futch, John T. G. Mitchell ; i was awarded to Delano Thoni.tt.
Woman InjuredIn C. Crawford. Rufus Alvarez, V. R. I I Exam Date Set night in Iayo.Bradford's 'i lie missed several weeks plavmtr

Must Maintain : Ferguson J. R. Kelly Ed Durban. j Godwin. L. Matthews. T. G. boys previously had because of
I Accident ,
an injury
and at-!
; 1 1
Mitchell, and Freeman Register. Jr Elected Head 01Children's defeated
Ira Lake
Wilson Leon Conner G. T. Butler 32-30 ill''''

Brooker Office I! Mrs Arthur B. Huggins of: Huggins and F. L. Matthews. ', The new president and board For he tournament and against P. :I'though, kept not the scoring team going many with pointshe hli

I iStarke l was seriously injured in a I Mr. Judd said that a full attendance will take office at the beginning Group Scholarships i < Yonge, with better shooting I'great floor playing.

|I he" d-on automobile collision just of committeemen at the i iof the neRotary year in July. I I. t the foul line, the locals could i
Brooker will keep Its RailwayExpress ;i C. H Nasworthy. announced I.i Paul Rivers paced the boys'
north of Lawtey Wednesday after- meeting is desired as several Important | Rev. Thus. G Mitchell! pastor The annual examination for I easily have defeated PKY. the I
agencvIn for Ladies scoring with 185 points duringthe
plans a Night
decisions announced last week noon. She was hospitalized with matters will be up fordiS'USSiOfl. be held in the near future.supperto :of the First Methodist Church, Lewis. Senatorial. and House I team which won the tournament regular season, not euiir'liIg
deep lacerations of the forehead and is representing this districtin
the company was given state permission l II I will serve as chairman of the Scholarships will be given at the two tournament games
and left elbow, and fractured i the State this
a I tourney weekend
to abandon its stations I County Children's Committee for The team
Bradford School as a whole s High
M Hawthorne Kendrick. and 1.8- skull. Her husband a Navy man. : RJE Tigers Lose Methodist MenThe I the new year beginning in May. I, on Tuesday, I in Gainesville 658 points against 715 f"i th-
March 31, at S.30: a.m.
Crosse, but was told it must continue was only slightly injured.The He will succeed; Mrs. Lex Green. Robert Manning was high point opponents

operations at Bell and accident occured when a caidriven In State Tourneyi Method Men's Fellr vshp I )lr5 Howard Wait of Brooker :I The Lewis Scholarship which spays for the locals with 9 points (' Eight boys lettered in ht\kl"! '
of the First Methodist Church of
Brooker b\ Mad Cody Fleming. 6S.of I will serve as co-chairman and I 5400 per year. and the The BUS cagers were severely ball. They are: Rivers Snit! ;'
lluock. Ga traveling northattempted i !Starke will f'njnspaJhetti I I '
The State Railroad & IublicVullties to a st.'mitrallt'rllriwn : RJE Tigers winner of the supper at the regular; rreetmg. j I'Mrs.: Ed\va Hall was re-elected ;(House Scholarship. which pays handicapped when Delano Thomas Conway. Thomas. Gill. Hit-t I:

Commission said the pass I secretary-treasurer. went out of the game via the Manning, and Clark. Gradual ,
district ; $200 :
basketball per year are for who''plan
Luther Haley of Danville championship Monday evening March !6. at people
public interest requires that the by : The report of the nominating foul route in the third period and won't hit the team too hap! .< .
Va The Fleming crashed among negro schools, lost in their15l'cond 7 p.m.. it was announced by thepresident | to go into the teaching pro-
Brooker station be kept open for I car at the state tournament I cdT.mittee was received at the Paul Rivers followed him shortly'aft only Conway. Thomas. and 1.1.! h
head-on! into the car driven by i of the Methodist Men. fession. The Senatorial Scholar.I -
shipments of (wag oil products, I ,: in Daytona Beach last week- C. H. Nasworthy monthly meeting of the committee rward. are !'eniors

eggs, broilers and produce, and. Huggins. cinnng south. I lend. I ht'ldIonday: at Crescent I ship. which pays $200 per year, is Miss Bishop's girls team was
spaghetti will be
State Trooper Q. A. Fillingim. supper
the Bell fetation is needed to seneegetable After Ft. :Court. ; for any person who plans to l leading Mayo when Mary Frances
who investigated the accident I defeating Pierce 60-49 prepared and served by. the lathes I I I I. Maintenance Team

\' shippers I,'said that Fleming was charged; I''in their first game tae Tiger lost: of Circle 2 of the Woman's Main speaker at the Monday render any type of public service, |Hazen. star forward and point

''to Blountstown ;.luncheon was Paul Hebert. field | maker fouled out early in the Leads In BowlingThe
by At
with improper passing anti was a photofinishscore Society of Christian Service this time there is no Lewis i
New Baptist ChurchIs of 5\-57 representative of the Florida'Children's second quarter and Anne Crosby
morning Reservations for the should
released under bond supper ;I Scholarship available for this Maintenance Te-iT \, '' H
I The state championship was wonby ,I Commission who discussed -I ,guard followed her before half-
with Mr Naswcrthv or ,
1 Planned For Combined damage to the automobiles | county There is one House score of 0606 la in top I" l t lOll
was about $700, the ofi Florida A & M High in Tallahassee BobbTurner Seeretan'. by Sun- problem of finding ,time. Agnes Lawson scored 20 in the Humphreys Gold Bowling,
Brooklyn Lake AreaA ItaIart'h 15 ,suitable detention homes or fostt'ri j Scholarship for a Junior or points to take high honors.
i fleer saidCub League. Runner-up III \\'I.t Mill
i home for juvenile delinquents. He i Senior boy, one ftr a Freshman I The girls won 11 and'
I : games Maintenance with 0600M .
new church the Brooklvn Scout Pack ( recommended that a small county or Sophomore girl, and one for a'lost 4 for good season's ,

Baptist Mission is in the forma- STATE FARM NEWS NOTESwin. like Bradford should not attempt Junior or Senior girl. There is'': record. They a'ery scored 718 points best. Individual R Raggett a on to date top with 197
ve stage in answer to the need Gets New CharterThe i to buy or build a detention home.i one Senatonal Scholarship for a against the opponents' 567 for a ,while II A. Green has the best

(ell ba number of residents in i i but should try to arrange forfoster (Junior or Senior boy. one for a
I! Saturday. March 7. the State and Mrs Jim Brown Godin.senl'd 47-pomt average per game. ;;three-game total. 489 (' Crawford -
,ne growing Lake Brooklyn area : homes. where children could j( Freshman or Sophomore girl, and
Cub Scout Pack has beenreorganized Farm .Community Club hKl a delicious refreshments of i Opt. Hazen scored 305 points with 264 is credited with
for a place to worship. ,be boarded with approved families.Dr. one for a Junior Senior
or girl.
and has been issueda hanitime dance at the for a 20-point
CommunityClub nut cake topped with whipped I average per game. the highest average number of

During the past three weeks i new Charter The regular Pack House. The club house was cream and very good coffee. The Florence Jennings juvenile Any person desiring information Agnes Lawson was second highpoint strikes to date. while Amos 'row-

he founding members have met (meeting! was held February 26i beautifully decorated with dogwood I'I sweet smell of spring flowers court counse'r and visiting or an application should contact maker with a season's to- ley leads: i m two divisions highest

m a tent a gift from the North 'i 11n the Methodist recreation building and azaleas and those in beautifully arranged by Mrs JG teacher discussed several cases P. T. Nolm. county supervisor- tal of 253 and a near 17-pomt number of spares to date. 4 2f>
Shore Church Gainesville.The she has worked with His
Baptist since coming office
: at which time parents attend- attendance were decked out in Godwin and Mrs. L. A. is in the USO building. ,average;: per game and best individual average to

undertaking i is sponsored i ed and presented their sons with 1 bard-time costume Mrs J. G. God- filled the club house air Shepherd reminding to Bradford County in January I phone 59-J. I Graduation will take Hazen .i date 151

bv th? Hop* Baptist Church of 'I II t .
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j their badges and Mrs W. Pace were,

Thl'an.t will be under the 1 i Jwn Chasteen. an Eagle Scout. very becoming in their calico was. everyone The next how near meeting Easter FARM AND RANCH :
regular _
Xt'nl'er Baptist Association by Geo. T. Huggins County Agent I I7.r
is the new Cubmaster, and NedJYanoey dresses and bonnets and straw is March 24. at the Club ,
'''> the .
I is assistant. Serving asI hats Everyone present announceda House. All members Azaleas Need Water
are urged to tion of being the smallest .
for farmer once-in-while and sometimes or 6-6-6 llM
site the new church h.ubt't'n even pr square
I Committeemen are: C S. Partin good tIme and all those whodidn't be present and I In all of the for
I ask others to, parts county In the
county vegetable the failure of feet. Even distribution
purchased on Route :21 near there The predicts some vege- will! eliminate -
chairman. Jack Trawick. H PMorgan. get were missed.
come the two weeks the azalea
Lake Brooklyn and plans are i | past farm pays-off. Regular attention, table. He reminds her that he ha.J unsightly yellow spot If I
T T. Long secretary- teenagers especially had a veryenjoyaWe Mrs June has been j
CaldvreH Edwards in its flowering desire :
being made for the construction prime for a garden and goodplanning been feeding her vegetables for along I! complete fertilizer was used last
Curtis Malone and A NHolhday time. A beautifullydecorated
treasurer. very who has been
.t a permanent building Liter visiting with her stage. Unfortunately there has ,. are the things that are time and suggests that the'remain ; fall, it may he advisable! to apply
cake made Mrs. L.
'nis year.Softball. by parents. Mr. and Mrs J G. Caldwell been no rain to replace that needed to produce a good garden, nearer the house and her only nitrogen Five to seven !lhs I.
The following are servine as ,F Chapman and decorated by left I':
i iV..n Saturday San Fran- ereat amount of moisture being says Mr Davis.
flowers Her landscaping is out- per 1000 sq feetill r>.ak* xrajr
Mothers: No 1. Mrs H. H. Mrs 3. G. Godwin was auctioned cisco. California.
Notice where she will taken to maintain that enormousflowering. :\ While visiting with, Mr Davis'the standing in its beauty and ar lawn rr..en if sufficient mo.ituris *-
Vdims: No 2 Mrs Chas A off and Patricia Wamwright of star with her husband. 1 1
Billy until other day I saw beans, cabbage available Always fertil-
rangement. apply
fI.1rbX.., 3. MrE A Hall Lawtey. was the luck wjnneAn he U transferred. !
\>H! bs interested in playing apron made bv Mrs H. J Kucera Mr The azalea and camellia needs carrots, endive, lettuce, okra, Enjoy fresh vegetables all the zer when grass is dry Lawns r.--

sorbail! this season for the Alartj and Mrs E C Long have, good moisture to do its best. Good ''ol1lons. Irish potatoes, tomatoesand !pond well to frequent' mongand ; e'';
also auctioned March a
off and by
was" won from garden.
their year your
Denmark Offers granddaughter! little Miss moisture is but
required gooddrainage
Store team are asked to meet strawberries I didn't make a : allow the clIppings remain on
s' the BUS field Tuesda> after- Billy Manning of Jacksonville. Patricia Edwards daughter of is required also. You do list so I probably left off some garden planting Uir.e. We commend the sod. March U also a ,good =-
Tuesday Mar 10 the Commun- Mr and Mrs. Maurice Edwards. Mr Davis for his interest'm :
not want the soil become too
Free Seed Cane to His few month to start .
5.30 o'clock. of Irish la
; r at : : j rows potatoes are a new AT.Atlnutlie
tv Club held their regular meeting Jr. of Starke as their guest for wet and remain so. A good plar : something fir.e to look at. and exhibition of a good gar- Mail Rot
at the Club House. The meeting
several days :
during dry weather is to wratei*
\\VTKY .\Hn T\ :M1OUThe John! 11 Denmark arn.iuneestlu was called to order by the Mr and I I asked Mr. Davis what he did: Some attention to little things
Mrs T. A. Yawn were thoroughly about twice a weekNever \ Ha\r Attntctite Laun ,
he will supph fn'e seed cane. with I all that produce and his about the ..
president." Mrs J G Caldwell who place add much to "if
intermediate the spend-the-day I
grades guests SUndadlh I just sprinkle the top surface : Most grasses are now taking on .
--e : ton on who will come to his I answer was "We eat all we can
asked for the I
minutes be read
I-i u ley School will present a to Mrs Yawn's parents. Mr and and stop This causes the new growth and lawns are much appearance Right now I believe!
Santa Fe Ranih near Theressa Mrs. J G. aoo-A' ".. Secret '-. '! \and give the rest away" He says
jby Mrs ,
vi.etshow at the school ort' ; J Caldwell. Little Jimmie 1 weeks
_ roots to remain shallow and the greener than two ago. Keep I can say that B Z Freeman hi
- Fr.d.t\' Man 13 at S p.m. Ad- and get It. and promise to plant: ."e treasurys report by Mrs W. Yawn celebrated his second tvthdav plants will never withstand :that a good garden is a great : leaves and pine straw raked up ;i the most attractive
it for cattle feed. N North and from the : contribution to his list of good ;' : mal box in
1.z 'I's-sion 10 and :o cents. reports while at his 'grandparents' drought as well. and use for mulch around shrub"bery. : tt! county The box ha. been .-,p'
The cane makes an excellent I various ; foods and to bis health He notices
committees. Welfarecommittee
The Mrs ;
G C. i
Hardin and Mrs J Azaleas need water nOabout |! ,
winter feed for I on a post and hanging down fr< !"
cattle it is said had a and is concerned over the fact
pnxiuctmg from 25 to 50 I I' grand reportand G Caldwell entertained the Ladiesof as much as they ever did. Many : A lawn fertilized late last sum- ,:.,, the brace is a narrow board .... II.,
tons peracft exhibited dresses slips, pants the that more people do not have a
MICecil Garwiek of Waukeh Presbyterian Church of!, larger plants full of flowers have I 1 1I ,: mer. or early winter probably his name printed on it The box
and socks made by the club as a |I good garden.
I Starke at their ;:,
U;>. is spending r < mdefi '.Ir. Denmark that regular monthly not held up as long as usual because 1 doesn't need more fertilizer at I II i: and post are white with letter .r,

i' .- with Mr a*" M--: FredA !icane must be called says'', :"'." -w the_I welfare. the project After the pennydrill I meeting in the home of Mrs. J. I of not enough water. II Mr. Davis claims full credit for i|I this time. If no fertilizer was applied -!I red. Well arranged and paint*!

meeting was adjourned G. Caldwell Tuesday night. March Garden All this fine garden. lie says that would be well tobroadrast ::: mail boxes
*' : ::um. I fond or the first 01 next week ir.J the hostesses" : Mrs J G God in j.X, YearL !I ,: then. it are good marks for a
I A [, tcarr.s the distinc. Mrs Davis makes a suggestion about 2ft' lbs of 4-7-5. communi'tYonge '


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:his weekend 1 1 1WUljam 1 I Presbyterian Church ''fl .
BRADFORD E L MATTHEWS and Lester Crosby are, '. > '- .. .
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I reallorkir.g hard gathering I \v. S. McAhley. Minister j -- -- -- -- -- :_ _: -_..:: !f;

COUNTY EDITOR | cabbage and turnips for a truck The Frst Pre-byter.,.:. r-i irf

TELEGRAPH vicw'oir T PUBLISHER I I I r think cabbage.Fred Haislop is also cutting invites its members; ant :r.t'.,. ,L- HELD OVER 2ND BIG WEEK !
I to join with it in a ser.ea c.p.:: ..*:
Passed Levy Norr.an's field one services planned around the :n,- ; e
OLDEST rLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD day last week and; saw something : "Companions of Our LordI

-ruhlhh rU'"f) Friday and inured a- tend clamaiUr at the fist Offueat StarWe Florida, under real green and upon further I I I Regular Sunday School sen..v-.: > 34TH ANNIVERSARY SALE !
observation saw one of the nicest [ will l b? held at 9:45: a. n. Va
the Act of March 3. 1879. f
fields: of Irish potatoes growing tors are especially welcomeAt

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION h.. MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION!I that I have seen m a long time I the morning worship hour New Items! New Prices! Scores
r They are about 6 or 8 inches tall I the pastor will preach on "The More Items on

and look real good. Speakirg of I Way of Our Lord". This service
A Canadian Starke Sale Not Listed Here! Come
Bouquet \ things growing. Oscar Crosby's i will begin at 11 o'clock This Sun- --- See! Save

I beans which he planted February:day is Every Member Canvass ..... TTT..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYYY.
Every now and then a letter or comment '('..mini).' said the Wrtarj', 'we hate ar- : 14 are still surviving even though 'Sunday in the church and each TTTTTTT YTYTTY TY YYY T

comes from an unexpected source to lend inspiration ommoditlon* in MarWe a wide range of i they have been threatened several I j member u urged to be present Your Local Lovett's For Your Convenience Has Added

and encouragement to those in our accommodations. I hate a list right here.What times by a freeze. { The youth Fellowships of the

midst who are carrying on important workin would )Uu like?' Mary Alyce and Russell Crosby I church will be held at 6:3'\ pm' An Extra Checkout Lane

the community work that all too often "\\ were tell merited and welcomed. bit I: and Kathryn Kelly were among The Senior High group is reminded .
S otch, we would i those who attended the basketballconference that the election of officers 't\-- -.0 "
fails to come in for its fair share of credit tiring canny and thought I
and recognition in proportion to its true like to l look; a little further.e went down 'II in Mayo last Friday will be held at its meeting "1

worth. to Ocaj| and one or two other places and re- i rught. At the evening service at 7: 30

Such encouragement was contained in a ("f'IH'd| a pretty cool reception, with nothingto I We had a large crowd at church. I I I p m., the pastor will preach on -..;:
Sunday morning and evening. Rev the subject "Can A Man Be Profitable ::::::.
letter received this week by Chamber of olfer. Ue were referred to rf'tutol'oUh I and Mrs. Gwin I :::::
were dinner "
guestsof Unto God? Visitors
Commerce President T. II. Slade, and it no more satisfai tion. the Floyd Crosbys. I are -= j
always welcome at this and
couldn't have come at a better time. I Right "Kesult! : came back; to Starke and with any
Sherman Crosby and Paul of the services. of the church. :::;:-
now our C. of C. is laboring to raise suffi- the assistance of your Sccretary and a member Downey and Charles Newman attended :::::-

cient funds to meet its modest annual budget. of the Kotarj Club obtained at KingsleyIakr the motorcycle races i On each evening, Mondayn :;:
through Friday March 16-20. at
An expanded program of work and promotionof just what we were looking for thenearest Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. ::;
7:30 p. m. special services will
Starke and Bradford County has been approach we hate teen to what w* and Mrs James N'ormanand
be held at the church with Rev .
planned by the Board of Directors, but these haat home."Vou sons of Augusta Ga. were Thomas M. Dews of Mclntoshpastor = --
plans cannot be carried out without sufficient have facilities and accommodations guests of Mrs. Maggie :\ormanlast of the Larger Parish Planof 4Quantity/,.

funds' here for a lot more Canadians more and more weekend. Suwannee Presbytery, as guest Rights Resened Prices Uood; Thru Sat., March 11
Mrs. R. R.
All too often, the true worth of the Cham- of whom are ruining South each )"ar. Properly with Crosby a entertainedSunday preacher. The public is cordially '
I approached and organi/e.. we can see birthday in\'ited.
ber of Commerce is not appreciated by the dinner at their hOme. Among
where could baa whole colony of nutjast The Youth Fellowships of the
you .
community because many of its accomplishments those who enjoyed this lovely c
transients, as in the motels but winterresidents church will enjoy wiener roast aifFHr1vrPacLb Can
do not show up on the surface, and the f affair with Mrs Crosby were C l 9
at Kingsley Lake at 5 m. Sat
their In'l'rhladcluar'.ro. |I'
who would make Starke \\
very persons who remark "what good i is a Rev and Mrs. Hall Mr. and Mrs I
urday. March 14 The group u-
Chamber of Commerce?" will not take the just at we have done, and hopeto Edwin Reagan and children of I asked to meet at the church

trouble to find out for themselves. do again."Your Theressa Mr. and Mrs Kirby|, .- .
aggressive Tiamber of Commerce Callahan of Jacksonville. Sure-Mix Shortening
I Miss i ;: Douglas Mr Crosby Gerald.
is the letter received President
That why by
secretary deserves. the credit for whateveraiset Haven Crosby of Gainesville Mr ,, Ronald and Elaine Crosby. Hear c
Slade this week i is significant.It '
doubly we may have been to Starke this )t'ar." \ and Mrs Lucian Conner, ai.d son i they had a lovely dinner. CRISCO Lb Con 79
points up some of the very accomplishments Yours sincerely, I 3
of the Chamber of Commerce that
W. A. Itrown, Harry ( ".hI'r
would never be noted by the general public *

unless brought to light in a manner such as "' ,.. ,
this. It is a pleasure to reproduce this en- The above letter, it seems to us, should t. ,. .___ _, ..:_ _' _-,' ,- '_'__ '

couraging message: cause a lot of people to do a lot of thinking LAND O'SUNSHINE ARMOUR'S Evap.

people who assume that the Chamber of l r
".ts tuo tuurUt couple from Canada uho :
Commerce i isn't doing to the
anything help
hate jM-nt two happy months In )our midst .
Inc might Im interested to know why \tt town because they aren't doing anything FLOUR MlleLbs

chop Marke a* our headquarter and, in- themselves, and won't bother to come out

('lilrntally, to pay a tribute and compliment and see what others are doing. ,

on the fttnire rendered by Chamber This is '
you jour ju.Jl one instance, among many.
of ('(llUm..r.'... where courtesy and friendliness have paid 5 70 Tall Cans
11 = 39C
"It alwajH has: Itecn difficult to ul.tainnatMartory. dh'idendshut if the Chamber of Commerce t 77C 3 38C

concrete Information on touristMrommiidatioiiH hadn't been on the spot to do the job, it v Lbs
In Florida lots of generalities ; wouldn't have been done. 1

<< but nothing. ,siM-i-itio. Most couples We deeply appreciate the kind letter from '. ,.. T ,"' ,-. ,__ _,_. <, ," ,_ _.__c. -__ .., _",_ _____"_.< ,,,' _.'
down Mind, <
come Mill find
hoping they something -
our Canadian friends and hope that they will -
reasonable. and hall Mm tor ', but"Ui
) Donald
spread the good word about Starke and our;; DuckMAYONNAlSE
started to Inquire from s.i\annah doun.Something the ball" 1
Chamber of Commerce whenthey i -
.topM-d| us at Stllr...... It ma) li.ivtIHTII !
return to their Canadian homes..1 Pint 25cDel
tin* onct-ntration of good al'l'arilll| ;Nothing would please us better than to | S [
motels, the wide of eel i'' '
ur aumte approach: onSOI. their \ ,
:suggestion: : a Canadian colony for
or the read lj u -ililj of jour Cliajn- Starke each winter become ,
a reality, and we
IMT of Coiiimene. In any case ue slopped know -
they can depend on our Chamber Monte Fruit
and Inlllllr..r| ut the ('hamt T of Commenv. of Commerce to
: help bring it about.

I Stalin's Death Brings Mixed Emotions II IIho START NOW BANK SOMETHING COCKTAILVacuum I L No 303 Can 21

"\\ knows? What are these other jokers wi':stern; world. They also received the impression

going to be like: Maybe they'll turn outworse. of a dark sinister- personal quality i PackedASTOR

." --- that of a man you'd "hate to meet in a

These sentiments expressed by a Natty dark alley at night". tN COFFEE Lib Con 79C

York taxi driver were typical of the thoughtsof The only hope that lies in the situation is FLORIDA BANK at STARKEllemoer

millions of Americans this week as word not in :Malenkov's motives and intentions tyNIOYNiI

came of the death of Josef Stalin, the but in the apparent fact that he is far from I ;
Soviet "man of steel", who may well have being the strong man that Josef Stalin was. i U'to'-iJa Cj! / i/alfonaf rou Tropical Brand Blue Rose ,.
wrought greater changes in the world than It is the general belief among analysts that J peMOS

any historic figure since Napoleon the "there is no successor in the Soviet empire RICE I E 3 Lb Pkg

man who for 29 years led the 200 million who can pick up at once, or probably ever 35C
people of the Soviet Union and called the all the reins of power which Stalin had held

turn for Communists throughout the world. and me them as effectively as1 Stalin used

The first reaction of the man in the street them." RELIABLE 5 to 7 Ib Smoked

was unquestionably one of relief and fervent Chief hope of the free world lie in the NEVER. A FINE&! VALUENEVER pINt NN C

hope for more stable world peace but this fact that no tyranny in human hi>tory has Lb 35

firM iniphiM' quickly changed on sober second ever solved the problem of succession ctrans-( A LOWER PRICE//

thought): to something more in line with fer of power) peacefully. Therein lies the ACME RECONDfnONEDELECTROLUX

the taxi driver. who wondered if "these other chief strength of democracy and the weakness l

pokers." might turn out worse.: of dictatorships. Of course, it is \possible : OSCAR MAYER "Best-Val"

The early announcement! of St:1Iin'Ul'- just possible that the Jlussiam-:
: may at long last have solved this problem SLICED BACON Lb
i-essor Gl'orgIall'nko\ did nothing 49Cu.
but we doubt it.Joseph C1. IKoNDIn0"tDIr
to calm these fears. The new Prime Minister .Crt nu'.
C. Harsch. analyst of the mt-i- s wtlN Io.t PAIlS
has )long been known as a man strongly op- national scene, comments on this when after F- gt S. CHOICE Rolled
|posl'd to both western civilization and to picturing some of the I
dangers in the presentsituation
dl'mO'ruinCl' he was a lw.wl'} has been he adds : "But there also i is Lb
formed by the rigid Red: mold of materialism, hope for free men. Xo empire ever remain-new-, / i ;:: VEAL ROAST 59C

class struggle, and the notion that the end! static long. Either it grows or it decline

i .stifles the means. I'nlike Stalin he has And if those living within its orbit

Known no other system but Communism. weakening of the fabric :'l'n'ta ..- ,.. .. .
and less : "
a and ,, '-- -
sure --
Stalin *
did do some trawling and was ex- skillful hand on the controls, --- -- :- : .
they tend
IItJ t'd from time to time to influences outside t'" 1 Tender
develop a dispersive Eat-Rite BeefROAST
movement of their Freshly Ground
< \\n nu Eat-Rite
of .
Uu.viia. But not so Mr. )1\I l1kll\'. which speeds the decline. Therefore. HUE SERVICE
As far as anyone knows he has never been i i.-- more basis today than before GUARANTEE
for the
exposed{ to anything outside the tight partyorbit. that the essential recession possibility of nu turn rma CHUCK HAMBURGERLb

nu l sia's frontiers of power may come alx-ut t '-
According to the Associated Press the in an evironment less violent than a U.irld. g.
few foreign diplomats who have talked with War IIIrill I.

turn have come awa\ with one overridinimpression ); \ )Ialt'nktnIt'! able t 44' Lb
to fill the ,
sfe- 39C
that :Mr. )1all'nkohail':' the nf'talin7: At the moment we'da\' no

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1 Rom where I sit... fy Joe MarshA BAYLESS HI1VAY\ With Each U. S. No. 1 Regular WhitePOTATOES

-_ F GIVEN Mal' ne
y b>' Mr*. O. E. CrosbvAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA1' Purchased

," PRA't'GUNc 10 Lbs 39C

hurt Net, p
Difficult "Situation"Did r .
Rev R. K. Gvnn fiHe.l! '. .
e x 'srnc. 1 Pt. Superbrand Ice Cream FREE
lar appointment at Ba* < H! with 4 pkgs. RUSO

.; Did; >ou see ;hat ,i6td way Baptist church Sur,i."
uyinjr. Handy never pretendsto
'r Ad" last 'el. The one that be an expert he's just a food mg and evening. S STRAWBERRIES I E S 4 Pkgs 99C

anted a farmhand who hid to all-around hired hand" B. T. U has been changed: fr - -
- -
; bean expert acrifulturUt. sheepherder From" .. I sit, Slim's mart 6:30: till 7 each Sunday t''nnEvel1'one :: I MAIL ('orpo I II
tractor driver, bridge is invited to attend a::
to be "ar> of people w ho consider SUPERBRAND Colored
pUr. plus bring: ton cut horil) themrehes to b.o all-around "ex our church services I I II
on chemi.str) and mathematics"? Mr and Mrs. ACME STORES ;irrI : '
perts. Some folks will "expert" Reuben Lo'vi* andM" Lb
i Slim Thomas, \xho ran that a J on an>thing-from the clothes a and Mrs Ponn Lewis of Ft I I MARGARINE I E 19C
', more or l K-J.S as a joke, called and man should wear to whether he Myers were visiting Mr and Mrs. I would like a Free [Home Demonstration at no obligation
;;::: saiJ,"I got 23answers and almost ought to drink bier or butter \\'. C. Ward over the weekend to me of the Reconditioned Electrolux g S9.93;
every one claimed they could milk. Personal} I don't want to We brought Sherman home I I II

-tee meet all those qualifications! "classifj" myself as knowing aU from St. Lukes Saturday. He is DUNCAN HINES or LIBBY Frozen

That means I want to keep the the right answers.J doing nicely but will( be on crutches I Name _- u -- u --- -- ----- 'U-- -- u_ 'I
man I have-'Handy' Peters.: for sometime yet. j jI / / / Cans
. Address ---u___ ________ ___ __ RANGE E J
s "lie was thinking of quittin-* c9' 1/ItL Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and I ----uu// 99C

but now I've got to talk him intoCopu4t children of Jacksonville were visiting Cityj -- u___ _uuu_ Phone --- ---- !
ilrs. Crawford's. folks thC e j If IU".n.ddnI'lta.'Of' S<-nd :o-pt''ifi( Dirt('tionIiT | Ii I .
"' L nited>:j.v Brea ern F"wwatwa C Crosb>s and other relatives I - - - I -, -.. --" ---.. .- .'.. .-. -'-', -'.. -..-- '--. '- -" -- --- ".- ,. .. -. .
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visited Mr and Mrs W N Jack Sib l of Palalka called: IJO his I TTYTTTYTYYYTYTT.YTTTTT 0 --
TTYTTTYTTTYYTYTTTTYTTTTT in Folluton Ga Monday mgttThey I a-.d fmJ Mr> Chas 1I0 1'1T.\L .\n'llssln .-
were attended by Mrs. son Tuesday.A. Is.t..r. M's J G Actkins and :al-I : I- M--jhv
HAMPTONby 114\':!!. daughter Perhe, Harold H. Perry and E. L Birt have I ily SundayMr Keystone Heightsby I .
Knoden. Mrs Johnson and son increase their chicken business to,I and Mrs James Rowerl and: J Murphy in Frey stone milled to Doctors Clmtc H,\-,p.:', s
William. the extent that hey now\' buy ther I ath I Thiiv.pson. Jo" of Maxrifle
Mr Rowerl of Gainesvillejwere -
: r
Mr \\rn. W. HminmondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA able''I I Mrv tiara McDonald I :CV1 Vogel had as guests recently during the past week Cecil F.1.::;.*
Mr. Davis left feed m carload lots and will be
Tuesday morningfor Sunday guests of the John 1 was indicted in Jacksonvillelast
Oklahoma where he will be to accommodate their friends t'Uackmons and Mrs Hester Dick' .. a<.. .. .. 'I' Col! Florence BlandfielU week for first degree murderin Mrs Warren Kelly. Mr \\':',- tHufsteUer.
Washington. D. C and Lt. Col.
otationed. Mrd Davis will remain Them: car la located in Jie railroad Mrs Lou SeleMrv
ierson. Rotary FJfvt. Officer'Lindley connection with the shotgun
Johnon.DaI I. Sara Stevenson of State College
iej with her parents until she can join yards: in Hampton. These men havebeen ,, Bill Lain. Mrs Marine Wahh-:,
Mr and Mrs Carl Rhoden Mrs Walker was elected Pa. Col Blandf jeld was Chief of slaying of L. C. Johns. 23. on Feb
Miss Mary Johnson daughter of their fced from Pa
4 her huiband. I Hester Mrs. Robert'Blackman 14 Mrs Alma McKmne and M-
Dickerson. : president cf the Rotary Club of : the Anm Nurses Corp in World i
Mr and MM W r Jofcnson, and Mrs. U. D. Dyal was called: to latka by track They have around
chicks and MM. Robert ParjrisH" '' Keystone Heights at the regular War II and IS now retired. The shooting took place in a Florence Fox. all of Stare'F3verett
Charles C Davis of Mr and Homestead Sunday by the snous 20,000 apiece '
sorr Starke !
u-ere in Monday | luncheon meting m the Inn last -- combination residence and beer Gainey. Mrs. Je&nefStipes :.>
Mra Oscar Davis, were married illness of her daughter Mrs OnarQ, Among those that were guestsof '1.1g. | Frida .. Fremont Toilea was elect- AOf'LL LO\E the new Fi.r- parlor in Maxville known as Thema's !-
Parker. At this time no definite the D W Swindells last week I .. and Mrs Nellie Pn-sivf:
: brook ize Mmtahi in Place Johns died few
Mrs. Emory Prevatt and two ed recretary. C. J. Bastedo. M pure- pt-ns a
word has bc en received. J JMr were Mrs. Della Hagen, Mrs. Lu- i .trl shadOn! ". Barker ,11,1frs Myrtice Bel:!
S5J7 at Nr.ul-
:Children who have been spending L. Beasley. Watson Harder.berg. p4 ) : :1 Car: at r !hf uatr.uk ::

MONUMENTSLOWEST I and Mrs. Eugene Kltchenr cille Massey and Edith Andrews of i, three weeks with her parents Mr!''and. Col! R. H. Kelly were elected I'FORT> COUNTY TFJ.KMIAI'H: '" "- :" ,',!1 1>\ : .. ::'.: ...!'..': 'I.n\':.:'t'
Gainesville nights j Bedford Lake, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. I
I of spent
''and Mrs J. G. Adkins, returned to | directors. E. T. Martin, incumbent ,
and Sunday wish: the W. N Jack- [McGee of Stuart and }Ir. and Mrs.''her '
PRICES! I home Fnday near Starke. i president will serve as"lce presi- '
Marion York of Gainesville.Mr.
; ona. j
j Mrs Oscar Davis daughter Per-;'dent after the new officers are !
FINEST QUALITY! Mr and Mrs. WAV Williamson and Mrs Eugene BIn visited -
he. son Charles Harold Rhoden installed at the beginning of the :j AmerkatpIaqcnjoqstAeaQ5e
Extra and family, and Mrs. J. D. Me-: their uncle and family. Mr. and I
No ChargeFor and Mary Johnson called on Mrs.:;;Rotary year in July.
Culloch and Lukt Sun!Mrs. R. L. But at Newberry Sun-
Setting In Or Near son spent I 1 iMerhe O'Steen at the Naval Hos-j The Community Church Women I
with Mr. and Mrs. W. F day. '
r day Tuck-,
I'I petal in Jacksonville Monday eve-,met Tuesday March 3. for their j ji
STARKEWrite r and Mr. and Mrs. D. D Johnson Mrs( Jessie Chaotalr. attendedthe I
I |i regular monthly meeting MrsReeves
j j
of Live Oak. annual convention of County rung.Mr. !
1 ;, and Mrs Charles Alvarez. was in charge of the devotions i, MatPcfPes4cs
Mr. {and Mrs. N. V. Chauncey I Commissioners at Tallahassee last
:and children were Sunday guestsof and Mrs. Christ offers reviewed -
and son and Mm Beulah lIartI -, Friday. '
I / Mr. and Mrs Charles Gaskins the remainder of the stud I
L I man of Jacksonville were Sunday!I Mr and Mrs S. Reyes and baby
and family near Palatka. book 1 i "Safan". There were Z31
dinner guests of Mrs Louise Manler i j j of Jacksonville were Saturday dinner -1 Johns''
I Mr and Mrs Thornton present. Mrs Redfern from the
and son Charles. i guests of their sister, Mrs ,
For Free Folder I Services at the Christian Churth:[.carlton Chastain and family. :and family have moved to Starke.''Nightingale Circle reported that Yes, more people nsk for Coke than any other soft drink.
i i Hampton's loss Is Starke's gain i she8.3 m charge of flowers for
I have been changed. Wedn'fiday Mrs Gertrudf Levitt of Rochester i
ATLANTIC MEMORIAL5IN'C.ISTAIUSHED I' for there are no finer folks m all.Easter and asked that all who Its wholesome, delightful ilavor leas made it
] night Prayer meeting will begin at N Y. is spending the week with
the land than the Johns family. ,
19:0 ''desire to order memorial flowers
j h:00 .' M., Sunday night Bible the Mays. ,
Willow Ruth Hammond spent the order before the favorite refreshment \\hcrevcr action
its OUST ST. Study at 1'00 I'M and Preaching!I I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Masher and''the please place
weekend with
Audrey Raley
JACKSONVIUE noiiOA |lat S.OO: pm. ''family i pent Sunday in Holly Hill ;, March 22. Mrs Detweiler an-
Theressa. calls for
'I ir a
I wouldbe pause.
nounced that the luncheon
G. F Hartow of H W Pnester and daughter
Among those attending a weiner .
held on March 25 at the Park- -
-- ---- --- !'
roast with the young folks ot
of-the-Palms o'clock. All ,
at one
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I Theressa at Gnners Lake Saturday women of the church are invited Ls

were Joan and Connie
evening to attend. Tickets will be $1. A
f Sweeney, Willow Ruth Hammond.
speaker and a program of special
Martha Sue Brookms, Joyce Beale

EA E Ev3 Mr. and Mrs Thomas of Ral-e
ment in town on Monday over
LOANS ford were recent guests of Mr.Thomas's I
cousin George Saxon ;a woods fire on Lake Brooklyn. 2Np WJ w
V) i The first alarm was turned in at 'i.
and wife. This was the first time
,9:30 and the fire engine reported.
these men had met in sixteen
I I However a second alarrlVas

V} years. ,' turned in at 11 o'clock and a call i"i&1 t
{A Hampton had their first fire in I II I '
i I made for as many men as possible \
UP some time Thursday of last week ,
i to help. Several trucks went
{AV when an oil stove exploded at '
$ 'out and the fire was soon under I
the home of Mr. and ,\lrs. Ang I
TO j control. "
3OO Hall, considerable damage" wasI
} Y7 I Lt. Robert Jackson and Mrs. :
I done to the kitchen and contents J
Jackson left Monday for Fort i 0
!. Charles Davis A 3C, has been i uQ
j!Jackson, S. C. where Lt. Jackson ,
spending a few days' furloughwith
V} Y7F his parents. Mr and Mrs j is reporting for discharge from ;,

|the They will stop in At- ,
Oscar Darts, and has been transferred -
!lanta to visit relatives on their
( } from Memphis.! Tenn. to
L. A. CANOY A business ifl i way home. 1 I
doing as a camp in Oklahoma I

i! Mr and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsi i Mrs. P. II. Haskins was down 0 v

)- EA i attended the funeral of their sis- !I from Jacksonville and accompanied ,.

ter-in-law, Mrs Maggie Wiggins her mother back to Ocala

VY) Starke Loan & Finance Co.lj 1 ,at Macclenny Monday. I Mrs S. E. McKay, who has beenin

I Miss Barbara Matchett spent Riverside Hospital for the past

'!Friday night and Saturday with !week, is expected to be home tho'last

V} Y7 :Miss Frances Dodd in Keystone of this week. .r"

:.Heights.I Mr and Mrs. Al Nelson will

Announces The Opening Ot An Office Misses Carol Bleha and Imo- I leave this week for a three

)- i I gene Adamson of Keystoneheights months' trip to Texas and Calif-

VV visited [rs.'ernon ornia.

) IN CANOVA'S DRUG STORE Y7v I Slade Saturday. Mrs. R. A. Carnes was the

Mr and Mrs. Charles Gaskins honoree at a stork shower givenat

and children of Palatka spent I the home o/ Mrs. A. G. Loudenon

I- STARKK;, FLA. the first of the week with their March 6. There were 26 guests I, Y rIOTTIED
} Y7fh x
mother Mrs. Eva Nazworth and present.
j I

family.H. Col. and Mrs. Nelson, who ,

The Company, Is Licensed Under The Florida Small Loans Y7V C. Layfield of Gainesville have been staying at the Lake I
visited the Raleigh Brannens
I Geneva Apartments this winter,

} EA SundayMr. have returned to their home
Statute And Loans Up To $,100 Arc Available To Qualified and Mrs Don Hill and children Maine. They expect to return tn in ,

spent Friday and Saturday
I Keystone next fall. <
!'with friends in Jacksonville
Vt Persons Y7vt C. J. Bastedo has been in Detroit -
j Howard Hill returned Sunday (
on a business trip for the II i I
:from a week's stay at Pamona

Y7 I I Park. Mr and Mrs. Detweiler have STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY"Coke"
Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Brannen
PHONE 160 ---J I been out of town for a week at-
and children and Mrs. M B. Lay- tending a conference. is a registered trade.mark. W3 THI COCA.COIA COMPANYAgain

V} Friday night and
field spent
Rev A. Brocks Johnson of Ros-

[t $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ .Tampa.Mr.Saturday. in Tampa Springs and

and Mrs. Lyle Anderson and

children and Mrs. Sam Anderson

of Starke were Saturday and

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
FtO-BREEZE Aluminum I AWNINGS G P. Wadsworth.

Miss Shirley Jackson recently in 1953 o .

visited her aunt. Mrs. J. A. Kit-

Th all-aluminum awnings EVERYONE can afford! 'hens of Gainesville.

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson

Mrs Donald McMahone: and son

l Donnie accompanied Mrs Archie 1 i I

Patented ventilating louvers release Eiland to her home in Homasassa :

hot air, prevent trapping in "hot last week. '

pockets." COOLEST owning made! r '; < Mrs Mary Jones, daughtf'rI'

Andrea, son Jasper and wife of
No dark windows. No glare. Unique I
Orescent City Tuesday dinner
design lets in soft diffused light.
I guests of Mrs R F. Dyal

.. Of lifetime aluminum, Flo-Breeze Mrs Jones remained for a few e

Awnings are engineered for your dUI visit with her sister, Mrs

permanent protection and comfort. r>\'al and husband. f

Choice of 15 colors. Harmonize with ,


No upkeep expense. No rust. No ret.

I No sc.11Cost .

as little as $5.00 per month. .. .. By Ir". Lacy Norman1111111U1LL
,,, ''
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,'f:::. The Highland Baptist t hui :.
fOif ,
Sunday School 9:45 a. PI ,-uh
Sunday. Worship service 11 a n. rra 1

get 1' hill L1 Prayer 'ach
r (
Wednesday "
Above The o-T V 4 DSedan. A.

,, Why settle for less? Compare feature for 7:30: p. m. Teachers meeting Saturday right The On* Fifty" 2 Door Sedan, tO Ot

i'' 7:30: p. m Rev E. C Harvey 4 i 16 beautiful modctt in 3 great pew elKei

feature before you buy, end you'll invest pastor. W. C. Hardee Sunday

Nexi beaety, comfort, protection for your home School supenntendent. j
in FI 0-B reeze Awnings.Approved I
i Revival starts March :

r ,>re.**''' l Fur FHA Financing through March 22 G. G. 15'1 It brings you more new features, more fine-car advantages, more real

Services each
evangelist. atJ

7 30. Sunday night sermon "Pow for and it's America's lowest-priced full-size carl!
er". Monday night "Be Sure Your quality your money. .
Introductory Offer
?ms Will Find You Out". Tuesday -
\ than the Yet. with all! these new and exclusive advantages
Farther ahead everlowestpriced in quality yet
TO RESIDENTS{ : OF THhEU: Ull'lITY "After Death What Then?
III full-size car. with sharply greater there is no increase in Chevrolet prices, and it remains
I / ; \ : Wednesday "Christs Deity. Virgin I
.)tii t Birth Humanity" Thursday "The economy of operation! the hwest-pnced line in its field!

in its field with Yes indeed only Chevrolet gives such excellence:
Gospel' or Why Did Christ Die?"II Imagine the most beauiiiul car

> ,, under Plants awning tkriv* t, 'A R 10 DISCOUNT Fr.day "How to Be Saved" Saturday new Fashion-First Bodies by Fisher that set the standvitb such economy. Come in and prove it at your

afawa ard of st lim!. inside and out. The most powerful car earliest convenience!
== "The Greatest Question of
ON: ANY: .\WIBOt'.IIT: : ., ( -
Between the Day". AD are invited to attend in its field, with our choice of a new 115-h.p. "Blue- .C rn.b Poventid automatic traumuaion MIl Inune" /*-
Mar t i 6
; and
i o sr t 16 Inclusive BhFl/
these services.Homecoming high. omrr ,>ion engine or greatly improved hf. engine ofuod on Bd Air and "70-1 en"

; -- -- For Further Information Day March 29. 10S-h.p. "ThrHi-King' h-compression engine. model at extra out.&fthfy .

All day service Dinner on the e

Calls // L. R, BUTTRICK grounds and singing.Mr -

'-'.. and Mrs Lacey Norran: and
---\ '- ---- -- TEl EPIIO.\E! : 1)101) -up. Larry were visiting their sor.- ; ., ll M Wtfirouqfi and t/irwy/t

e Attractive and economical commercial Starke Fb. :n-law and daughter Mr and MrsR o..canraaao.L1LrI if
-'a inttallatioiis, and door hood.
......:- E Sapp Wednesday afterua..r. MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR!
., Paul Sapp, son of Mr and Mrs

=--"- R E. Sapp. celebrated his thrd

--"A"'- See ?&-&teeve birthday anniversary Wednesday TORODE

Mrs. Daisy Padgett is still: or. CHEVROLET CO.

the sick list We: wish far a speedy ,,



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.. ;I Business Circle P.T.A. To : ;.... : :. r.- -- -- -.-- --- --
I ( Elect Beta Sigma PhiThe : : t: i S p .
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11II ; Met Monday 0eOfficers: regu'ar: b.-r.i.:;:nly ir.eeii.ig .nJ. :..... .:nc. .",.'..! ',. :h" Jff.ie. i si. .1.-r :I .:';.{;.'.: .;.C"I.' .: LI'I F.- > .., .1 1 V -I. pi
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The Easiness! Women's curie of I The Parent-Teacher Ass>.aton of Beta Sigma Phi ',\.as !held Monday ,..h.-. r ... .. .' ; .1....I'.;. ., :ALr_ ::rt: :1 t V.N:, t-r.r ,I: HI, t'-t hit ,r,1. Count( Ir1.'r..I.}' Hc. r.1.\, .i.g: .It.At.. k f .n.iU'hat! ".p...!!.t,!i
: sill tnd tS-
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the Church met the night at tie home: of Mrs g.t ,: > dr }' :j> '.r, !'-.l.n t.> pr x
{ i Baptist in lof Bradford High Sr-hool will hold P'": I :.t.-' u.:: t.r t.ihrn .t''" ;.f,' "" the p. 'h..p'. ,' ;.,;" Frd.t: ";.it..
( Herbert Green with Miss Evel nn'Newsome rj l''U.. 1; A -ju'-it.o' : !: h .
educational building ;Monday eve- tI its > C.'i' "".-f" '- '* :
j I ( regular meeting Tuesday: evening I Tt:;,. nut.ie shall: b* pu1-: >> 5 > \j I t.
rllnith 2s: members and one March 17. at 7:30 o'clock in as cohostess An ar- i icc* each, *_< :k f. r f _- :.-t, _:.'. r *EI." ; .1 i'.:1 I. .
J rangement of spring flowers and weeks" in the Bradford County Telegraph pa. A-,.> I K. H-.i.l- era i !I.t pi .1 MV ,
visitor present. .
i the school cafeteria. 1 f.'rd.untv'.Ft : eI. f. nisi:. : .- ,i
Gladys Mooljr : Mrs. Shirley Pollet, circle chairman j A nominating committee will be yellow roses the soronty flower.wert' : Dated t1-i. t' day < f )t.H.'h. m.IOFFICIAL : of.,.f Hradfi.ni.f the" C.:11 I'I'! t '1. j ,< I P... -,..dr'. ..' .* \ '">. '.
I used for ( SE.\Li Charlr, i t1'rotide ... "
decorating.At : !
Phone 35 : opened the meetir.g. Mrs. :named to submit a slate of officers Clerk ,'I *he Circuit Curt Derby ..f.-r,. 'hO' \vi; > ati.i.i K'-.r-U :1>.- "
1 ) this meeting new officers Tru-rr .fa..l: II s 1" I. ,' ill- .'
Jessie Young gave the devotional.I 'By Marian L. Orv" i i V 11 1.'
for the 1&53-54: school i'y. Ot'u' v'lrrkJ -
year anon and 1 Fix Thr" .
,.# II I I I' I I 4 I Community Mission a school sup- I An interesting program is plan- were installed in a lovely candle- U 4113; I>utir.., t.,, !',,,% .10 f.-.1':h u.< \i- ; '".i >"."ir'') 4:?> '>II.(..'.U t.1 .',1' .: .

for child. Mrs. light ceremony The following TO WHOM J.r."-. f 3I.-r .i't i I Ki '.e' ,,f ,'. .. ,
: Birthday Party L'.D.C. Meeting plies a needy >n"d for the evening and all parents IT MAY CONCERN': I.. \ t'r th. 1.1: : .' .' ,1:, ..1 I' i- v
I : \oti .nr ,
Russell Norman had charge of officers were installed: EvelynnINewsome a is hereby green c' :vition : .tj..t .,. .n .t.i.nAIL
i and teachers are invited to at- to p. 110":
For Kay Colson At Kite l Home '! Sarah Gray, v. apply, to thr LrgoIaturr nf Matntenan.e F ; ;" ': J
the program. "Where Catholicism 'tend.I pres.: the. State ( f Florida at its:. reguUreo .toit..n. .'f :SI1. >. !' \1' .
!Misses The Way", and those 'pres; Leona Lee. treas.: Jean ion in April ISiJ. for thp' p,,>- \l1..t:, 11' "' 1 't '. ,1 !t.. KINUx oil it K x, l'I'1.1t ..
ChiMm over !i"e.115 nf sage of !oral 'f
agewill a bill the '
ColumnJbrtJ T1 e W TVeeks Chapter I su1.'ten a :!., \T THE
Little! Ray Thomas third annh-trM Urt V D O met with Mrs J R. Kite i taking part were Mrs. Pearl i be ca-ed for in the !Ii rtira'y.i .:/ cottespon ; lu,.:>. contemplated law i& a- fv! wPt' hL.' ,\ ,1. 1'1'1\\\ _
her birthday Mrs. Kate fleas, recording sec. and June td "-\ r
Schropshire. i idr
afternoon of last week ,| Sheppard Entertainment will be prov.ded .An Act to am..ndrtld 5, S< S '' C'
Friday when her mother Mr* R .Jn.Uy 1 1Athe [,Mrs Wilma Mae Denton. Mrs. hand refreshments ser.-ed. j Patel extension officer. tk.n II of Chapter liJ", Special Saud ui;.'. .. th. .
Jr. as I S
A poison, entertainer at a r>ar1T .1t MrV B Mundy. Earl Searing and Mrs. E. D. { Acts Section 19)1.11 eo that aid Article 5. i>f to provide .t.a .ai: AI eiy i taGZ66
shall .
read as follows' .
t he R..ar
'ilPfil.Mr : >f Trt.p.
> Mia;'
11 of her ltttl fn'ft4 '
for 'Tenl)". Legion Auxiliary Section 11-\'a0. irs Xo j "rson t'.'ann II" .
j i' .1
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the *. K. K Perryman presided Lioness ClubThe i who i> not a quahf.ed .I..l.t, r ,ii.it.." ,. i
The plyr\l in Hostesses for the
youngsters evening were [! I I of the City of Ijiutey.h..H t-f I ,
gird and were fWfltuW'a r.fbukru rrer the business meeting The ]Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. L. F. i Lioness Club will meet 'I Ii i I The American Legion Auxiliary tligibl- any offu* ..f -..i..l i'.t. ( I" 01
of c*nJy. The taIItda. hittorioil program was in charge I Dinkins and Mrs. Marion Howe. Post, 56 will hold their monthly 1.t-PlO\:1..* t aj>POIOtl.ff""" and. nca.
: \acancy
Mar. 19 at in any :-.i
Thursday evening '
rake was iced in white and 4H-. of Mr. L. G. Powell who pave I I[ i''meeting.! Tuesday evening at S office, such vaian.'> kh.iil!f !t... t..... .
UQWC M UUT1 taps PAfl atuuTue.
7:30: o'clock in the Lions Den. ed by the .
Southern City Ci>uuil "
orated wiih ,ftlcwfor f'WIt-.wa an interesting talk on o'clock in the Legion Hall .p r ..
City '.
j \V.S.C.S. Notice Hostesses for the evening will be : C".unll. in it< ili< rr(: rrhait .1. -! ) \-
of the ('oflfedefacy.Tie ...
\Yrtmen I order an leiti vn t i i''iIIIJ.
Assisting kin C"hx, .n caring I II Sonja Anderson and Lillian B 'ttop. yacan.

the 3. ung f Hb 1i*r* Kay sgrandrarent h vst eases served strawberrypi The General meeting of the W.M.U. To MeetThe I yC...'rgc 1. Patten

Mr K K F'.xre; a !Is mode and coffee during Methodist W. S. C S. will be held B.P.W. Notice- I City AttainUtw, I ,.tt \

and Mri ; fC..,:. ',. the Ilk>" .AI l hour Monday morning at 10 o'clock in': Business and Program I :'\"t"h.. -< !.\ J"J th.i' ;11keep : \J a tJ
The B. P.V.. club will hold 1
aaaaaaaaaaa.AAaaaaA the Educational Building for the : 'meeting of the Baptist W. M. U. J:
uaaa..a..a..aa..aa'ontar u a its monthly meeting Monday evening -
of Africa. held the of the
mission study will be in annex :
at S o'clock in St. Edward's j Dedicated To
Community Service
The meeting will be followed bya I church Tuesday noon at 12 o'clock -
covered recreation hall. u31otles Are IW'tU'r Than F.\ -r" I
dish luncheon. Coffee
I Conner will be :preceded by a covered dish t
and dessert will be furnished. Doyle guest the BEAUTfof
I speaker and will talk on Legislation. luncheon. All members are urgedto i If )oU find your name concealed in the I iorida Ihi.. ;\
I Ii attend. cut ad out and present it to Box llff ice for I'UKK Tit h 1-:1": < I
Altar SocietySt ft! t

i .i3t Sat.. Mar. II ()\I I.\'
to rumors weixh to state that we are notselling Edward's Altar Society will O.E.S. NoticeThe I Ii FC'i E ... \\'">ll. Mar 17 1 Is
I i l RIG l( 1)01 KI.K IF \TlUi I:
I i give a covered dish supper Saturday ; i Mr and :Mrs. Charlie Parker of
intention of doing so. i Order of the Eastern :Star i I
and han no i
buMne.vs at 7 o'clock in the
our evening hot'. f.. the I
Bea h -
': i will meetin the Masonic! Hall' Daytona > welt : WAY OFGAUCHO
(H'Ubuxine.sx recreation hall. Admission is 75CI I I
WE anticipate continuing and eHnpandin Monday ('evening at s o'dmk weekend
I I for adults and 50c for children 1 t't

here, and are in a position to do so with Ol'Ksuperior plus a covered dish.

Games with prizes will follow
lines of merchandise, OlTH'fry effecient service the ,
!' : supper )
f Uith (alhi'iin acid) I irrn:

and capable personel. We wish to take this oppor- i: D S Dansby-<>f (11 lando was the : kcLiLbLt&btHope I 'liu "1'i..hing Iai." SJHS liv

;; Sunday :Uf.st of :Mr and Mrs ItO % and I.atrMorld :Nr">>
all H'U N.
tunity of expressing OUR appreciation to Dansby \ Y

that WE; look forward to serving Y a W. C. WAKI J)
patrons and assure you those that were praying D Bennett is leaving .1"11( .1

for d lain were satisfied after the first and will be In the states

you in the future. IL that downpour we had Wednesday !:about April 21 he sure vir: Thur., Fri. :Mar. I UK!) :20(I
f! 'I
TMEATp.STARKE .FL-: think they prayed too hard her some gorgeous gift tton .aI1Wi1.'tM

ynn.TYY1 though, cause it washed all my Japan he hopes to be discharged ABBOTT and

i grass seed into the neighbors' I din July after ten months ovel- .AM -

Fri.. Sat.-.Mar. 13, 14 yards I. like the kids, can ,,seas duty was sorry to hear COSTELLOMEETS

Double Feature hardly wait for the Easter Bunny Kay Rowland suffered a broken HIGHLYDANGEROUS
CHAS. c. SHEPHERDI Blondie hope after the Lenton season nose during practice at the Fash- ( I

Brings the news will loosen up a bit ion Show Saturday morning !

Up Baby i I -- right now I'm scraping thei hear that Elouise Thomas won a'i I II IN YOUR !

I i bottom of the barrel and still diamond ring on the Name That [
Covers j
Radio TV Sales & Service Seat With IVimy Singleton and ( With t (lark\ and lxx-kuo.nl\ I CAPTAIN
i not finding any here's just a Tune program recently I l1 cill : KIDD
Arthur Lake '
lll'4 'hit "( ili.iller ('art.
droopy" "-nand
PHONE: 239 STAHKE FLA.YYYYYYYTYYTYYYYTYYYTTYTYTTYTYTTYYTYTYTYYYYYYYYYY. 1: few tidbits I was able to gather Linda \Vasdin. who celebratedher I
-AndMontana I
10 Serial
1 Chaji.
this week Edna Johns in now ninth birthday last Friday. i ,

I IncidentWith working at the Farm. Home & entertained at a theatre party ; Entrust their making to I. Plus "('. t'I..\\rj (':anar)" ( Ir'.n

.'/ \\1>lp WilsonNo I Auto Supply wholesale house, and wiener roast at her home I} our skill and e\j erience.You'll K. ALVARKZ

YTYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYTYTYYYTYYYYYYYTYYYTYYTYY1'ONLY 1 '!' corner 10th and Cherry street later Harold Tyus celebratedhis --And-
.11 :Serial and Cartoon be glad )'ou did!
Vivian Harley is working for eleventh birthday on Sunday I Sun., lion Mar 15, 16

i I Co. in Jax with a party for a few friends' .. I THE TOOTH WILL
I I Sun., Mon.-.Mar. 15, 16 i Campbell's Auditing

Koch see Arthur Williams is adding and on Monday he came down with I ROAD TO BALI

CAN BATTLE ZONEWith : an office entrance to the Arthur ,the mumps Jimmy Weldon OUT

r John liudhik and Linda. Hotel on Temple avenue also celebrated his birthday on'' \\ilh f'r.."lj. ll
the 7th and we have two birth- I'lus SiKMH'r" artoon
fhrMlan Think Inez Creen was pushingthe ;. IIIIf'r| BIG SPECIAL
/ F 1 i'
Also Cartoon andes latest attire in Spring "Fash days for today Friday the and l..ittstnrld X.'"''

OFFER SUCH AN ARRAY : ions a bit too far Sunday evening thirteenth Alice Anderson and PHONE 265 ST l It k I'. FI\. ..- -

Tues. :Mar. 17-ONLY when she showed up at church Betsy Matthews oongrats to c. ..__ ., I

IC I black shoe on one foot and I'Margie and Billy Do..lingit's i. .
OF SKIRTS AHOY :with a the other a daughter born Wednesday noon: I- .. ____ ____ ________:f r-.f: _. :. -.- '.r :__ -:. .
i a blue shoe on guess
\\ith E..ta"ilUam... anJ John at Riverside hospital .
she gets that from her association -

K\; 'ans i' with the teenagers :Marcus : i If you're looking for pretty

EASTER MERCHANDIS :AIM Cartoon and News :, Brown and Kaspar Duncan 'sights you should go by and see FARMERS !

'' the lovely Cherokee roses and
for their springholiday
'will be home
4 Thur., Fri_Mar 18. 19 wistaria vines in full bloom at
from Emory
Saturday .
Double Feature Anderson the old Bessent homestead east of t
Get Your Pick 3 University Lyle
Shop Today -- -- TANGIEXith home town Minnie Bessent has
made a surprise flying trip 1I

and Do It Leisurely I IK It Maria Montrl and S.ibu for the weekend rom Cuba trained over the the walk roses to to the form house.an arch and TRUCKERS !

-AndDracula's glad to hear that son :Mike: Anderson -I
3 it is most attractive Am really
was able to have his castremo"ed
We Have YOU IL FIND Daughter of little town in
proud our
4 from his leg last Thurs-
\\ith Otto Krugi-r and (Uori.i .
tine seems we
The LargestSelection EXACTLWHAT: YOU I lloldt-n day Geraldine Bennett is all I Business Men I
i : hearing have more and more every year
[ excited these days upon
Of' WANT IN OUR 1 I Also r latestorM N, ,,, :that husband Petty Officer Ovid I, Would like to see a lot more

II I dogwood planted for a combination -

CARD 11auAAAAAAAuaauAAALAAAAAAAALAAAluAAaa11LAAAAlRADIO 1 of the two would make a -- -
\ .
I II ANDETV marvelous sight I .

I 3 1 Well, no news is good news .
I columnist
4 except to a newspaper
r SERVICE F. y fti
Hundreds To Select From C But if anybody did anything

j exciting this week they must have

All The Newest le>ijns. ;i (;ii i> e Your T\ the Technical Service It Deserves ; decided like the hit !song '0

r ir I If you have had continuous trouble have it repaired : "Keep It A Secret from Me YIIU

Properly t
__i r So long See OH

Easter Grass 'I... C next t.
i Our Overhead Is Low So [ ,
4 Our Prices Are Low t JV'rYou
and -- .
DESK.NS: ( WE; lOc 25eE 4 NO IK K 1'0lOl't; \It t
4 In Circuit Court, llradford County.Kluriila .
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C 4 PHONE William Alfred }larti-. I I'i i u : .Y _
EMPTY: 3 3E CALLS t't-, :\. ph-
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To' William Alfred Ma\ ," "' >*
Easter Rabbits Baskets 4 4 153 r 1.\I"n'' end .tddrr.t.: ',r
E Easter \ $2-50 M "",,-tV .
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FAIRE -- Keystone Heights


i Fri., Sat. March lt: 11 +

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,. >> j STAR". ; -In Technicolor Charley Agency E. John ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

S [ Koch Drug Store I SZEI19t61.
.. .\ With Doris*. Day and Phone IS STABKE, FLA..e. .

....x .. .. It) Hit. 4 .r,1. Ir.
I _... ,1 it Kay Holder .. i PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.BRADFORD .
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preventing THE TRAVELERS, Hartford I i'

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Mrs S L P -eic. Sr Mr J R :Mrs S G Denmark ana i -- ---- ----
Wa.nwrght! and Mrs. Charle. clif-n.: Steve and Joyce w.!. leave

Larby were luncteoa ;guests of Sunday for a visit w.tn Mr no ...-------........ ...
Mrs DeWItt C Jones in Gamesvine Mrs Frank A W'atha amt! -m i ----
last Thursday. of Jensen Beach and M--! .." A&Ps Low
Misses Dorothy Alvarez and ;narka family Mr and'i Mrr..
Dorothy Ross and Paul Raymond Moms of Pompano Bea,.n
I pent the weekend in Miami vistmp Miss Bessie Edward* AT': M >
.. .... Mrs M H. Lang who i51 Mary Ray returned' to tn..-.' .1,.1aw
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the hospital there and Mrs Paul in Petersburg, Va. after a rn-.i! -ti s
Mrs Wurr-a Doc kstal1I'r and Mr and Mrs E D Tenly and Raymond, who is attending ter visit with Mrs A. W Red -""d.'.-.- Stretch Food Dollars
son IJUlv. her father lien Welch fa: uly visited Mr and Mrs S. C sister, Mrs Lang. Mr and Mrs T J. Gnili.i nay.
and Henry Young visited friends Tenly and firmly in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bnnson and had as guests, Mr and Mrs L t
tn Purpano Beach over the weekend -,on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Reddish of Jordon of Ovieda over the WK- -
i Mrs. K. R. Crosby celebrated' .)\aldosta. Ga. spent the weekend end and Mrs. C C. Mendoza of Iona Price! in this ad effeclixf thru Sat-
Mr and Mrs. Robert S. Bird of''her birthday anniversary! on Sun1dy j jo j with Roy Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville on Monday urdaMarih !II.
Gainesville visited Col. and Mrs. 0 at a fa.r.fly dinner party. 'Robert TurnerMr anilss ho e at LeiLi'v No /Can for
D E. Knight on Monday. I''!! Emmett Gahagan of Bluffton, ', and Mrs Frank Weaver and'' Mr. and Mrs. R. O Dansbv ana! TOMATOES 3 2 SC -
Mrs. Della Drew of Melbourne i iII !e3! C. spent several days last week Mrs. Frank Weaver II, and son. son Mickey, were guests last Friday KKNOinsAluminum
visiting her aon-in-law and I with hig mother. :Mrs. Matti I 1 I Lowman. of Williston were Sunday evening of Mr and M' Guy
daughter, Mr. and Mra. Donald,Gahagan. j jI i I guests of Mr. and Mrs W. T. Jack- Williams in Lake City.
MrlUe I|I: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lemon of 0.o son. Seaman Robert Stefanelli visited Marcal
1-IUuk of Silk, Slon I and' Barbemlle visited F. A Scott and I Spring hats and bags, 2.98 and his parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry KKKHl.KK I'UISI
Cotton Dreiue*, r*dureilaVMr. Stefanelli Tuesday of last -.veK Colored/ or White pkgs /
nerkrnd only at ./ila'a.. I'1 Sunday.Mrs. and Mra. Martin Land will while enroute from San Diego NAPKINS 2 19C SALTINESb 25C
MM flarabell Smith of Gainesville T. F Landrum and Mrs j'have as weekend guests M. M Calif to Norfolk, Va.
v-jdted Mr. and Mrs. F. J.I!Charley: Johns were in Jacksonville Lancaster of Albany. Ga. and Mr and Mrs. C. A. Geiger: < rio (KTXdON
Tuesday. Louis Lancaster of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. A. Gartman of Gr-t-n
Shaw last Frld|y. j jRen
Phillip Beal of l'enAatCJIa I Mr. and Mrs. N' D. Wainwrightl Friendj of Ben Holtzendorf. Sr., Cove Springs were Sunday alter Daily SOAP 2 for 15c
of West Palm Beach spent the will regret to hear he is confinedin noon guests of Mr and Mrs J li'
and W S Merritt of Miami were
first of the wet'kth Mr. and St. Vincent's hospital.Mr. Doyle. No 1 Can for
weekend guests of Sen. and Mrs. i
Charley Johns Mrs J. R Wainwright ( and Mrs J. C. Hobbs and Spring hats and bags $2.98 and DOG FOOD 3 15C CHEER Igepkg 28c
Nramlrvitnf\ at Leila's. family will spend the weekend Inainbndge and! $3.98 at Leila\.
Mrs H P Moye of Orlando [Uivnitlng j I _
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gumber. .Mr. Ga. to attend a family Mr and Mrs Carl Johns I-tt
In-law and ;
her eon- laughter
Rita' reunion and the 74th birthday anniversary Wednesday for New OrleanLJ
Mr and Mrs. G S 'e' '''omb and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. Miss DREFT age pkg 28cGrape
0I I and Don at-': of Mrs Hobbs' father, where Mrs. Johns is taking hr
Among those attending the Robertson Ray: Tilley :\ & r 21 oz. bottle! luna Ui OZ. CAN
Singing Convention Sunday at the I tended the :-xleo in Otala Satur-,J. T. Adkma. six months checkup at the Ot hsner I
De-Cov Haptist church near Palat- day evening ;i iMr George Carter of Cottondale. Clinic. They will return home on Juice 27c Tomato Juice 25c KKLUKCK' : i oI'M';.
and Mra Maxie Carter had Ala. has spent the past ten days Sunday. 'I
ka were Mr and Mrs A D Crosby CORN MEAL
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0 Kdward Gross and Mr. and Mrs.1! I-Rack of =pring Miits for Alvarez and Claire Jean Mundv I
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Mrs HaLbitt j ; l.a.ChoChow .Mein Northern U' \Hl'
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end Mrs Henry Stefanelll They recent guest* of Misses Minnie and 1 Lb
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Mr and Mrs. J II. Surrency Sgt. and Mrs Robert Brown o! YTYYTYTTTTTYTTYYTTfTYTTTPINE ,:.lyd.iafterra'n -
I Lake City Sorry but I could't \ ::rig of StarKe Robert SPine :..: :....
GRAHAMby had as weekend guests their J Jacksonville ted Mrs Brown s :
: BROOKERGrace ccjlect/ any other data on her for ) CelebrationFortyfve
granddaughter and husband Mr !father P. Vicari last Thursday LEVELby Level PH1" s-.,'
and Mrs. Marion McCloud and They were leaving for Miami gathered at the of Camp Kucker and :\11" ,
Mr*. Bonnie 1ttKlnnryAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAp I ( G, Bigham Mrs Edna Hayes n.me ot Mrs Abu
where Brown will be staUon- and son: Surfing at Spencer of Crostu Lake {irec-
IOn Ronald Edwin of Gainesville I Sgt. '' )Ir.' II. M. Mcfiaeauaauaaaaaaa.aa.a.y "
their daughter. Mrs. Mack I led.I ... ..auaua Wayne of GainesWf.'re: out ,-)'rby f the Lake brth!last. Surd3n. !honor' the family visitors :-.ncKi:.;In*, \1
visiting Mrs Guy Harrell and n tour of her and MrsV L. Johns...-
Mr and Mrs. V. L McKinney of !McKenzie and granddaughter De- i I Those on our sick list are Bill P. T. A. MeetingThe children Tht't't' \
family last Thursday evening Joe S Star Leonard Moore ..
Rev W E of Star!
'wander of Jacksonville. the' filled the -
P.rooksville spent from Wednesday j an Cam who is a patient in regular meeting of the pulpit

through Saturday afternoon with I'I Mrs. Avner Padgett cf Hague Gainesville hospital Mrs. Roy !Brooker P. T A. was held Thurs- ', 8u.1dayisitors at the Doyle at Pine Level Baptist Church .T...1/.vvyyvy.vnav..v..........tr...-.-. -. -..-TTTTTTTTALL -------

rus parent, the John McKinneys. ;( and Mr and Mrs. JimmIe Imler ,., Starling. Mrs. E. Hines and Mrs.j!day night March 5th in the school Hazen home were }tr. and Mrs. Sunday although he is far tram

Horace McKinney left Saturday 1 and son, Tracy, cf LaCrosse.We I i Carl Broughton, who underwent a.cafeteria, with the president Mrs j I, Jimmy Hazen of Jacksonville being well of that awful colj: e VARIETIES

afternoon for Lutz where he ia are sorry to hear that .serious operation in the Gainesville Howard Wait presiding. '1 Mrs G. B. Colson attended the 1 i!I There were 239 in Sunday Schoo;

working at a chicken farm. Horace Schofield is sick. He is., hospital.The > The Executive Board recommended birthday party of her granddaughter !! classes. e AMERICA'S FINESTFlower

Mr. and Mrs. F. }[. Griffinhave formerly of Miami but lived in' deatn of Mrs. Louis \Veig-, that the P. T. A. sponsora Linda Kay. In Starke Ninety-cine members of Pine

been on the sick list, but: Graham last year. He now lives ,I and formerly of Graham, was af I petition to move the ninth grade !i last Friday Little Margaret returned Level Church attended the Youh Seed

teem to be better now !Iin the New River section. :.i great shock. Mr and Mrs. \Veig-j i to Starke. A motion was made I home with her to spend Fellowship meeting at Branford

Mri. F T Abernathy will celebrate ,, :Mr and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff were and moved to St. Petersburg last : and carried that the petition be the night. Mrs Resse Colson and I II I Baptist Church last Fnday night

her birthday anniversary visiting in Jasper Sunday. year. Mrs Weigand was born in sponsored. I i other daughters. Linda and Diane.i I Rev. E. R. Bowers I

Sunday with a dinner! At) fnendj Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Jr : New York City. Her death oc1curred A genera discussion was held I were out. to spend the day on Saturday I' Pvt. Wm. S. Starling is pastor son then of? Fertilize Before It's Too LatePLANTS ;I

and relatives are invited to at- were sightseeing in Jacksonville [ on Feb. 21, and funeral'' on the P. T. A. sponsormg a '
( Mrs. Alma
Sunday. i with I i Mr and Mrs Wilson Green and! Starling, arl1"t.'dhome i I
held Feb. 24 St.
services were in participating A Feb. 25 from Rucker !
H. B Brown, who is employedin motion daughters were visitors at the'LaCrosse Camp S\
made \1'
Petersburg. ] was to that affect i home Ala. Bill as we call him. was inducted IHLtO1I01.1.1I0h(; ( J JI
Jacksonville; was home for of Melba's par- ,
I I Mrs. Joe Call l and Mrs. Flake and the following committee was !I ents the L. Harde. II I j into the Army Oct. 1,"> I VKKSIM| PETI'\I.\S
the Watson, who at ,appointed: Bill Coram, Mrs. Rus-I :
are employed ; N. G 1952. We were all glad to see hUH l' \1 t KMH:
Hayes I
Bobby Wasdm left Wednesday sell Green and Mrs Howard Mott. was surprised on j V 1HHY HUE: tilt
the Farm Colony in Gainesville,
Look i The his birthday last Wednesday! again. He returns to camp tomor
-. were home last week on leave. following nominating rom 1
.nww.nr.mA I
mittee was appointed: Mrs-Elmer night by his family entertaining : row.Mr SISTRUNK
II I Stokes. H. S. Anderson and Mrs.G him with a chicken pilau buffet ;' and Mrs. H II. Lewis spell & SEED STOREUllSt !;
Recent BirthsThe. I E. Green. I dinner and a TV party. Those I II Thursday night of last week with

IT'S :i Mr Coram school attending were: Mr and Mrs J. j' their son-in-law and daughter. Mr Phm.i! Starker Ha
following births have been !asked! the principal. \'. Edwards. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs B M Thomas and chi!:
cooperation of the I
announced at Doctors Clinic par-
I ents in the future Zedra Hamilton Mr. and Mrs.Tommy ,; dren and were dinner guests Fi i ,' .
| on the follow- ,
the week -- --- _
during past : _
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UnbelievableBUT I '| ing problems: Please notify him. Hamilton and famiU.. Mr da} of Mrs Groover Moore an.lsons --- -- --- -___ _--_. ._-__''i''.'_ __0'z __
Mr and Mrs.V.. G. Seley, I i j or the teacher before taking rhil- and Mrs. Warren Mizelle and I' also of Brooker.

Starke, a daughter on March 3'1|dren off the school grounds during famih"Ir' and Mrs. Brodie Miz- !' Mr and Mrs. C. H. Callahan of FACTORY

TRUE Mr and Mrs. Orville Wahlin.Kinghley 1 school hours; due to class- elle daughter and family. Mr ,.i Jacksonville and Miss Haven Crosby -
and Mrs M D Harrell and daughter. APPROVED
Lake, a daughter, room disturbances that parents of Gainesville attended church ENGINEERED
Mrs Eva Harrell and daughter -
Barbara Marie on March 5.Mr wait until after school hours to hen Sunday and were dinner V
and Mrs Claude discuss school problems guests of their parents. Mr and SERVICE PARTS
Bnjoker a son Clem on The meeting was adjourned and WilY ]'.\Y MlIEuhen KMFHHUOOK : : Mrs R R. Crosby It was atrCrosby' :-
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March 9 refreshments of cake and coffee offers the best fountain birthday --

I uiiFI4i were served by Mrs Russell Green |H-n at only $' .37? \\id. \arMof > Mrs Arthur R M h It.ten i ...':i Washing, Painting' Repairing ReconditioningKKAKK

Gas Mr.s. II. H. Mott. Mrs. WilsonRuss. colors and jMiinN at RIIADroui Buddy, and M I:> H M M.I }':.It' -------------------------
FOR SALEFLORIDA Mrs. O. J. Mott and Mrs ) Cn TF.LKT.KU'H.: were'I.lt"I"S t.. Kttl.: t>'M !i': t. .,

90STRAWHERRY Annoiinmiirnts I w r TESTING; !

R c::;;.' V.jWasFeaturing A motion pictured titled "The Deluxe in IIKAKELINING: TITHES CENERATORHATTEH1ES: :
Unpardonable Sin" will be shown
t NURSERY PLANTS: Sunday night. March 15. at the FENDERKKI'AIHS: SALES :

i $89 95 $10 Per ThousandF. I Brooker Baptist Church at 7:30.; :: everythingutprIte. ( ANDSEKVICK ALL ELECTRICAL

.af 0. H. All are invited to attend !
HARMON MORGAN Friday. March 13th is La 'man's

in. i, lion: rigl'almrtto : Day at North Central Church< in + -
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? 1 la. Gainesville' The hours are: 10 COOPER
NOW Complete Lubrication Service
: ; a. 1:30-7:30: : p. m. Dinner will be the "e" 0" tlto colS tf ,

furnished by the host church. o yes o'1o a ., 1 ------------- ------------------------.------

.k= Beware Coughs'Demonstration MeetingThe t, ti s Doubly Guaranteed I DODGE) JOR-RATED: TRUCKS
t. Brooker Home Demonstra : Am

$69.95 x From Commorf Colds [IOn the club Community met Thursday Center afternoonat with 1. for life againSt ftrUC- $1 0 7 5 Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
rural .g.lnS\ Ye' Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
That HANG ON IS. the president. Mrs. Lawrence For 1 lull failure) .. 6.oo-H;,
d Wiggins presiding. accidental tic
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Creomulsion relieves becauseit -
goes into the bronchial promptly system to A motion was made and carried See US todaY _-- I'hl" Tai HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

II help loosen and expel germ laden that the club buy paint to finisH
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and painting the center-the main hall
heal raw tender inflamed bronchial floor kitchen and bathroom. Itwas 600 Temple A jr Phone 69
: H'1
membranes. Guaranteed to please you that as D1NKINSPhone '
also voted as soon F.I
The New Sanitone is or money refunded. Creomulsion has 7sL.
Mood the test of millions of users.CREOMULSION. the painting is completed, roeRJoJa PLYMOl'TH DEALER
I dub members would meet for a

Jet Recovery Action : the better clean-up day. Mrs. Bigham will Starke Fla. -- -- --.
"hews Coughs, Chest Colds, Acute BfoochituYYTYYYTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYY and '- -.. . .
I notify members as to time -- -- - -- --- p. -
Heats water faster than kind of i! date. --- -----
)ou normally"use it. See :I i I Newly elected officers by sec-
these heaters that cost little i dry cleaning I WHERE TRAINING AND ,i ret ballot are: President Mrs.

to put in, and little to keepup. I I EXPERIENCE COUNT 1 Lawrence Wiggins: vice-presi fOIl -53.

Models in :20! and 30 I Looking for a dry cleaner If you need a truss or surgical I dent Mrs. Tom Markey; J-\gakll .

gallon sizes. i II secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Bill Big-
that works miracles ? !support, you cannot afford to I
ham: council delegate, Mrs. How-
See ThisAmazing I That's us with our differ- I take a chance with your health, ard Wait. .
by being improperly fitted.
A very interesting lighting demonstration Its Arneiieals lowestpricedCM
ent Sanitone Service! All Here at Cano\u Prescription was presented to the

Offer dirt removed. Better press Outve have trained technicians I group by Mrs. Mary Daly, of Clay

both male and female, Electric She also instructed the
lasts longer! Call today \
TodaySLADE to !serve you.Rememlwr group;: in the making and repair- .
and I
see! health and of extension cords.
I your ing piece curved mndshietdlnd
comfort depend on expert I Refreshments were served to at.ode real Wlllo1ow.. ,

fit the members present by Mrs. foam rubber cushions

\ STARKE I Ung.CANOVA Tom Markey and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal. Center Fill Fw* f Ford CrtsJmirlk Body over non all sat springs .
Mrs. Mary Green spent last (on xaW

\ Dry Cleaners and\ II week visiting in Worthington I Kev< -Relfacoonterbalanced*
GAS COMPANYCall \ PRESCRIPTION CENTEI Springs with Mrs. H. O. Brown deck M -
\ PHONE 4202 and Hale. o f uI-Orde> VIWbiWy
St. Phone 121 Laundry : I Virgie 0rIIy Y lit tM
(Near Hospital) | Mr and Mrs. Ivy Hodge of lair pace field
Starke, Fla. Hastings were weekend visitors
I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Automatic( Porter Pilot
Dennis Hodge. i
i; Mr and Mrs L. A. (Shine)
Mott and family were" dinner
I guests of Cordella's mother, Mrs.
Rita Brown, in Dunnellon last lr

SPECIAL SALE Thursday Mr. and night.Mrs. Bill Hunt of Jack i,

sonville were visiting the Carol i

hi UrIC Atkinsons last Sunday.
Among those attending the -- tl+fd

For a Limited I Time Only at most Borden Dealers motorcycle Sunday were races: L. A.in Mott.Jacksonville L. A. Trend setting styling )ll Cam'11I

Mott. Jr., O. J. Mott and Stanley M
a. ;
(;rl''n. Power! -Pivtfsuspected
Mrs Tom Steele of Vero Beach toot pedals '
\ ) /
mil Mrs. Joe Wethenngton of '
Choke of 3 drives'f \\
l.,sper were visiting Mrs. Ernest (! *) iatic Drive, overdrive M Conventional
Edwards and Mrs. G. E. Green i
1'Z1'11' '
few Winder Ride Wide front tread
: : iIiitJ 'i-t Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. :

Roy Green entertained
.\,> of her daughters Janice and .

Barbara Jean with a birthday Ford, maker) of more 1'-8's than all other makers combined (our 13,000,000
party at their home last Sunday

d'.rnoon. Outdoor games were #4 since '32)), alone in its field offers a V-cl. just

enjoyed by the 21 children presnt
Cake punch and deviled eggs ry i one of( ,H "Worth 31ore" feature!

were served to the group by Mrs.

Tom 1farke '. Mrs. G. E. Green
mil, the mother. Mrs. Roy Green. Ford's t'-8 w the} ijjir of engine more and l more

:?gt Cecil Davis, of Fort Jack- rar maker are lI"i insm r to, ytl il". Amerka'*
-\n. S C. was a weekend visitor ; hMr.t t-jH-ice.l t'$. FWJ'e the wily car i in the I.,,,-

I the borne of Mr and Mrs --,.. .. "" n price firld that f>(Tr* you tin} wrath more+ t'$

... in Hodge. Mrs Davis, who 1 j-Hrr. .\n,J nitlj Fool's bi )h-.inlree| ,+ion l llWjp.'A ? .

\ .:n her small son has been visi- ,y '" \ >HI sate on avail gallon, tiaiiL* to Ford's

s with her parents for the past Automatic i'owrr 1'ilot.

J i % weeks returned to her home % Ford advance indu.le a (rand< -selting CrwtmarLv

Columbia with Sgt.; Davis. : ... ''' a..lc. a cur**.1 ooj
Mrs Lottie Edwards and grand- _. y / /' rear window easier wking snspuaierl

i =' Gene were Worthington / >=..- taxi [x.dali .tonrr nient Onler-r ill Fueling .
Snrines visiting Mr. and Mrs '..a ite spring* and tLotk dieorLeu
>ne Ellis last Sunday. Mrs. E4* ::7'i iFcdo.aes DTH bid of ride.

Lards tells us that son Harry
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\'h. reported to Ft. Jackson last
D"L CWd"e. m
i Tuesday mOrning. will be thereIn ...a. w..ai 6e3 opt"",.o. Of x
t I :,' five days. As of yet. Harry _..k 11 caw Ev.w..s. ec.- f
tIftd iro waRO 10
s.J T Wsn't know where he will be ..-1IIItu. 53 F 0 The Standard of American Road!

t I Ik .tlitoned.:

Mr. L"1Jtu.: Victor Jones an- "'.1)\) .

n.>unce the arrival of a daughter
V.i ky Jean last Wednesday morn

i cue.Y .-c at the Alachua General Hos-

:7.'al in Gainesville. Mrs. Jones

..J... -.turned home today, but Vicky ANDREWS MOTOR CO0
it! # r! et4 .<; having difficulty in the feeding
':=a'' ti X .:ne so bad to remain in the hospital -

- Guuii me n for a few days We hope

Good IluustAr :r she is fa: Brooker with us soon.Mr. PHONE 11" STAKKE, FLA.PAGE .
and Mrs. Freddie Clark an-

nounce the arrival of a daughter


\", MIROI is 1911 p\GF. SF.XF.At \

I ('hurrh Albany, Ga. He is a na.ve Revival ServicesAt -

anew of Edison, Ga., and is a -- --- -- -------A---- -- _ -
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I Columbia Theological Semi- .
Revival, services AH. ft <
rlCHURCHES : l1ary During World War II, h- t'I I i
the lig..1L'1d Bapt. Chm :t;
: served as a line officer with the
( Sunday. March 15 and "If' im*
13th Airborne Division in the
through March 22. with E\Ar.jr-.
European Theatre of operations.
ist Lanter, of Atlanta G<* .J I
Mr Dews was a campus leader!,
The TabernacleAn Special ServicesAt both at college and seminary, being charge.
Services will begin a' 7; ''
a member of Blue Key while
Presbyterian o'clock each evening, and :'ie
unusual treat was enjoyed
l 1m college, and serving as president -
l Taberna.. ( nKregatlon March 16 pastor. Rev. E C HaT'l'xt"ndS
b> the Gospel Starting : of the student body while in
Friday night m thepresence the seminary. a cordial invitation to :ne pubm

at the service of Mr The First Presbytenan Church, to attend.
The Larger Parish Plan
and Mr.. Bob Manderson of Baltimore will l have a series of special,
followed by the churches of which
Md. who are this week preaching services from Monday I 1, Christian Church
Mr Dews is pastor, is being tried
Conducting a genes of meetings March 16. through Friday March Cor. Call and Christian Sts
with great success by various
m Lake Butler. They both gave 20 at 7:30: each evening churches throughout the country. Donald \\eldon.. Minister
tentimonies of experiences in their' The services are being planned
It the of its in
is only parish type
rives before and after being converted around the theme, "Companionsof Services in Legion Hail! un'u
the entire state of Florida There 1!
and by special arrange Our Lord", and Rev. Thomas new building is completedBible
five churches the ,
are in parish
ment they returned for the Sunday -i M,. Dews, pastor of the First School 9:45 a. m Morning
and they share in the planning
morning service Mr Mander-1! Parish of Suwannee Presbytery, Worship and Com.ui."n 1 H
of their entire throughthe
a on a an accomplished pianist with his residence in McIntosh, program a. m., sermon"Peace":
functioning of a parish council -
and vocalist and played and sang will be the guest preacher. Christian Endeavor ''Y">ung
The churches are offered morning -
several numbers People)16:30.:
be offered
music will
Special ': worship services each Sunday. .
Also added to the spiritual blessing i each evening by the choir of the 'and on the Sundays when the : Evening Message 7:30: P, e'erAll
of the Sunday service was the soloists. Rev. singers are welcome t."> lil-
church or by guest ]pastor is unable to be with them,
surprise appearance, and short W S. McAUley pastor of the they are supplied by laymen from tend Choir practice Monday lIght'
message by Dr. K. A. Forrest of i'church, will assist in leading the'Gainesville.. The five churches included 7:30: at home of Mr and Irs or

Toccoa Fall Institute Toccoa,'congregation singing.The ; in this parish are Kanap: val Culver

Ga who was scheduled to arrive Reverend Mr Dews carne aha Micanopy, Fairfield, P.ed- Mid-Week Prayer Sen;. <' aT
last Sunday, but was detained because to this section from the pastorateof dick, and McIntosh Presbyterian parsonage. Wednesday 7'30 p m
of illness Dr Forrest warareompanled the Henderson Piesbyterian Churches. A hearty welcome awaits x-m

by Mrs Forrest i Rev W S McAliley. pastor of at all of these services where a
Dick Knox, Musical Evangelist; through Sunday He plays the
the host church, issues a cordial visitor is never a stranger'The
Student of Bob Jones trombone is a tenor soloist and
former *
a invitation to the community to attend Southern Christian f University will be the weekend also shows Kodachrome pictures
these senicesMethodist great assembly NVxx
guest of the Tabernacle Friday of the Holy Land. ..
Testament Christians f the

Church I South, will meet in Atlanta G* ,

'The Power of Faith" will be April 7-9. using as its !'ne-ie/ Is HERE !
the subject of the Lenten sermon "For Such A Time A.- Thi \

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke .to be preached by Rev. Thomas G.i unique feature will be the .o-

i Mitchell at the First Methodist ference period which offer prn -
Church on Sunday March 15, at tical help in theIrk or th

-....-.-.......-........--...---...-...--- 11 a m Special music will be like church All who plan 01 \\(1,,
:furnished by the Senior Choir to attend the lonxftitmiiI

UE\P. LEWIS I H. HALVES, Pastor ,with Mrs. E. K. Perr.xma.i-as I please contact the past.ii atrie t

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town organist( A children's nursery:; Isprovided \Christian parsonage wr.ta Box For
428, Donald G 1VeldnHampton
during the morning serI \-
Phones Office 231: Pastorium 130 I Ice. H

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-------" " --" -" : Sunday evening Mr Mitchell Baptist

Sunday Sermons 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. ;+will preach on the Seventh Ueati-
: i Preaching at all serxii.Sim
"Blessed the Peace- :
Sunday School 9:13 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. 1|etude makers."- The Methodist Youth ,day at the First Baptist ('!/urn t tI h Free HomeAnnouncing DemonstrationCall
Midweek Service 7:301.: .
: s Wednesday ,Choir, directed by Mrs T. G. Hampton will be ReJniiiny
___ ,, f 'Mitchell with Mrs Lloyd J. Green ;Cooper of Lakeland. Bii>thr <'miper -
-ff' r**f *0fff&" ff- -fff-f f-*** f f ffff
will provide is a ministerial student tt the
las accompanist :
'I music !'Baptist Bible Institute wind] lJ 1I > I
j All children between the ages I J also located in Lakeland For almost -
cordially invitedto three years, thi- work ot
of 6 and 12 are
the Children's Hour conducted'I this school for training ;.reai her.--

each Wednesday afternoon at the has been one of the I1I1,swnar.'projects .

NOTICE! PLANNING TO MOVE? I Methodist Church beginning at of the Ha"nptnn (Hum, .
Mr Cooper is one of the mit
3.15 j'standing young DUMIU.men n oil
Let do the job for cornG50tr' -
us you
,his ,
j- city having only reigued as
i B.ALVAREZ l 'J J pl..tt' We operate local and long St. Mark's Episcopal :co-owner of a large supei! marke'

F KAMI.*!*. f. distance anywhere in U. S. Kev. Ita)mond t;. MarUUln to give full time seixiitt,. 'tie

MOVING. : I. !/ :x-hwlule\ of Ferykes: I ministry Everyone I imgeci t. STARKE 16

r Phone 3II or 250-J I j i I SUM).VYSi I hear this splendid young pi earner
ir r i 945: a.m. Church School. 11 lof the Gospel at all services Sun-
x I a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; ,
Excellent Facilities I I
Storage day.Bible
xt: i t 6:30 p.m., Young People's Service School meets at 10 a. m
I'I League. Ii with Don Hill as Superintendentand .
n'SIOS -' '---: -:..- :.:: --;:; -'-:: -:' --- ;:. '._ ..
> :
R. B. ALVAREZAgents HOLY (()'I the goal for this Sunda\ is* "''- : ---- :--;=:---: ----:; -"" ;

1st Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- 105: attendance. Sunday exciting; --- ------- -- --- --- --- -- -- --- -- --- --- -M '- .:- :-.:": -.': -::._ -:-.-< <.--_..,-.---:;..:....--: --- :. -- '-.:. ;-- .;::..-.;:-

for etcher liros. day 7.:iO a.m. ,at 6:30: the Training Union will - - - -- - -
nun.VY :meet under the leadership of - -- -- -- ---------u _ __
ferryman Illdu. S. Court St. 7 30 p.m. Litany & Meditation : Frank Williams with classes for

8 p.m.. Choir Rehearsal. all ages The goal for this meetingis

125 If you are looking for a
i church home where there is real

Bible preaching and teaching .
GROCERIES warm fellowship. good singing -

and an opportunity for Christian

Earl COOK'S MEATS church service, home.come The make"Hour this of Pow\ ur THE OPENING OFThomas

FEED er" Prayer Meeting continues to
grow in size and power' Last

Phone 339.J 1.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North present Wednesday Fir evening a prayer 105 meeting wen,

Quantity Rights Reservedm1Y1nvvvvvvYvvvvyvnYRRvTt11Y1nyyyy7yyyyyT l that will be a real inspirat:mi tll & Hicks Garage

TT your Soul, don't miss this service .
Wftlnesdav at S m
rilKSIl{ SMALL LEAN1 I 1 Lit. CELLO SLICED( The pastor. Rev. Bob p. Gnu .-

Lb I in Lakeland with the C.tlxan!

PORK HAMS 49C1 BACON Lb .34C Baptist Church engaged In the

second week of revival serxne-: Monday March 16th -
that church ('nmt'ISt 'A tongChurrh'fox \ ,
? A Coming Saxiotir

IM.l E HOSE: Church of God H H
Lb H *
STEW 59CSI : / Sunday School 10 a.m. .Morn I

RICE Sibs 59C ing Worship 11 a m. EveningSen.ice .
7:30: YPE SeT'iceTuesday :
:30 p.m. Prayer Meet' ';

ing 7:30 p.m ThursdsLavxtey ; >, 1w e M- ri.
'(.,\lt (''l HEn SMOKED I1ACON

Lb C 303 CAN Sunday School 10 a m. Morn. : .1. WORK ON ANY MAKE
SQUARES S 31 1 trig Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo ,.
TOMATOESNO ing Saturday, 7.30: p.m. ; i'f
1 1OC ; ?:-
Church of Christ y,.. AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK

TENDEIUIIKK) { ,\ lit Comer 10th and McMahon

Bible School-10 A M

ROAST Lb 44C FRESH: FLA. Preaching-11 A. M. and 7.31 .
dozen Prayer Meeting and Bible Study AT THOMAS TRUCK TERMINAL f. S. Highway; :301 -

EGGS 43C each Everyone Wednesday welcome.7:30: P. M. i1 Mile: South of Starke

:X1'U.SI' :l'I.\1. Extra: Special !

SI :N SPl"OLEO:N St. Edward's Church

Lb 12C \ELLO\\I : Sunday Mass* at 9'15: a mWeekday I WRECKER SERVICE -
RO'E'S Mass V::30 a m. I
$ .89 Children's Class Wed 3.00 p m L Lsa

FLOUR 25 1 1I Ke' stonp Heights' .
With Meat Order of. $3.""( or. More ) NIGHT F ,
(Women's Cub! i DAY OR

Sunday: Mass l*t. 3rd. 5th Sun I ..
11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun Sam I ,
HlBn milSRKT .
Confessions before all Masses
Lb VWN HOME: '7; :30 pm.CllURCII. I

STEW BEEF 19C Lbs I PHONE E 1.. : '

OF LATTER I).VY N,\I\" I .... J :

:s TKNMR: SMVll. 1'K. Services each Sunday in old) Mv :

_ N\F: HUE l PLENTY: OF some Hall on E. Call St Sunday if t f iLt :
School 10 Sacrament S..n.Ice .'
PORK ROAST 39CimOOKFIEl.l Pink .. 211-J J -11
. Oysters, Lge Shrimp, 6:30: p.m. Everyone welt me I ,
The Missionary meets each Fr.- S. IllllCKS.[ Partner( and (.'en. Manager( C. f;. (Tex) WIL

i Mullet Fresh Water day night at S" o'clock. This IS SON. Chief Mechanic: MRS. Gl'Y EDWARDS. Hookkeeper I :
{ ) DUSY ,
f the
just a fnendlv discussion
K. T. THOMAS, Partner
a Ib Bream and Catfish Gospel. and everyone is tnxt-d ''-> i
CHEESE 49C take part I

I ..


'. 1 \TH 10 O'( LOCK \TlRIXn NITE. Sunday School 10 a..T.. j ..

FLAKES S large box 1 Oc : THFSF: : PRKESKE: (GOOD; THRl Evening Morning Service Service 7 11:30&p m.m. WELDING E j.. Too Small We Fix Them All"RIIJ

IRIIUY VM) S \Tl Ill)..11s Prayer Meetings W...:iresaa- ..

..- _--_-- -- t --- -_ __---- ., --.. __ .. "' ...,...... ..- ... r.gr.t: 743. ; p n:. SE.r :.1-: r..gti! !i' .. ..: ', .. 1._ '- ._- .
7; 41 t< : --:- -;- : : > <: :-_ > <. : _. :; ': '.: -' :- -:-. -- >--_, : ':= : : _'-'r-,_ c:', -;:- : ->: :?- +' "" -_



PAGE _ _ _ FRIDAY. .
_)( \Rfll IS 1W3W. _

RETURNS TO FRONTPvt. I of supplies and troops to the UN marine warfare exercises near property to b* affected by the i..- appear before this Court at the :abou..ct
i uance by toe City of Starke in ''.'u't Hu'jin j Court and cause A::.! .
C. T. U. II | Raymond J. Sasstr, son of forces in Korea. J JI,Japan prior to her return to the Bradford County. State of Florida on. the .tn" day of GatnesFl.April.I 1>53. at rida.1o you are rqureJ to sane a c .p.> ,,of. ix ylat tL',': .'- \ i r' It
I I I1fr. I I I for and on b.kilf of said- City of clc-i.k A. M. your answer or pleading! to the .
and Mrs J A. Saaser of Rai- forward area. Lennon U the son Starke. Bradford County. State of and how cause ifany i plain on the PUmtff II At-. .-t 0.
AIRCRAFT CARRIER I y./u have why the prayers of Donald K Bu. .W. ..
ON i-4 K\ >
i Florida of the Bonds hereinaftermore g-
E Lemon the
of Mrs. ofMr. Starke.
THE CtRK. in iI! petition filed in the abort entitled Bark : .
his brat Rudl'1Jr. >
ford ha returned to Harold K. Lennon quartermaster ]' I particularly described or toW ..au.... should nut be granted II Florida t. A..x ;
URI\KJSG LS NOW ItF.G.\RI.j jED and 1 t'' described or to M in any way and the ewer revenue hands.
Korea after a five-day rest seaman e5is serving' I I affected thereby: described therein and file the original :n the off."t
DISEASE. THE I II and the proceeding the Olerl. of the Our Hail
AS \ (; I Circuit
) He Court PolicyProtects
recuperation leave in Japan. aboard the small aircraft earner You. and each of you the State of authorising the 'issuance thereof be for j before the < on ''

I ONLY CURE LS TO HOLD BOTH is assigned to the 712th Transportation USS Bataan on her third cruise:' James ViStefana and Mrs. I!! Florid through the State Attorney i i\alidated and confirmed., said sewer i 1>5J. otherwise the day alienation of April.ct!
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of revenue bonds
to be issued by I said
ARMS t5TR.tU UT. .SO THEYWONT Railway Operating En. !j ju in Korean waters. Since her arrival -i, Mildred Kalb of Cano ::. Y. were i j Florid are hereby required to ap- the Petitioner. herein fur and on bf'h.lf 1 teased Complaint by you. will be taken as con-: '
, r."OT THE EL pear before this Court at the Court f the Oty of
Starke. .
The railway'linit East the Bataan of Mr and Mrs Luke Bradford This notice shall be
a diesel 1 engineer. m the Far guests Cnunty.tate publhelonce !\
Misuse :-n lialn""tlle. Florida, on the6'h of Florida{ in the \\ .
tf t-aoh week for \\ \
f \
Ii BOWS.RICHMOND. provide 9% per cent of the has been unductmg a ':.sub- Feeney last FndaV. > day ,-f April. I1U. at 19 o'clock gregate um of Forty Thousand auks .". the Uradfd tr C tea.- 'eout T. \e.
NEWS' LEADER A. M and show cause, if any you Dollars! i$40.000.Onl to d. designated rapt 1

transportation for the movement h. ..'e. shy the prayers of the Petl- dated numbered in denominallo-.s. .,* i',.. : \ f,
.. .. .. . ... -. .- Swi" ,II! !:: \1- : \: I. \ ;,\ ,
w .. ""-&&&A -r .o .t be granted and the Revenue fiends. dated the 1st dif I
jJ Lluuluu/uu uuauuuua ..1. \". \ 1U IE'4E. )1J.2iE'4t.T.I&ln IXtrf .. K.-\ <-nue Bonds therein dr1 .|' Lae, 1'. numbered 1 t.' 4" :\,.\ r 4 r t r
'he -us\e. tom't
pr.'f'e4l11tr.turh :n
> den..m.nan .f \v
> f! "'
3 GEM JEWELRY ... .. .. --uance thereof be vale ea.. ,h. and to mature sei.ai1. aumbrr .'
> .
r\ /? --- : i -rifirmed said t"til It if.- ; > "
i:.ui.l> to be issued by > RODEOP -
I.H.- po 4 A' uE F'1 F"1' E .n High .r, tb..I'i \tuHnt ear !
hrrrin for and.on i-'s $s.o*>
vRn rm L ttA I Un <> '1 -- ; i:4
l *5 QQ ', sx t o .t : .. < M; >' of. tark.. adtord : fti.. 3.(14)11 1-',-
SAVES YOU *- .t 'S :-ta!.- ..f Florida in the Kjf.iS 7- JiW.; 1-.; & .
I' !.t. 'f' -tp : it'NK Kr, uin <>f Eighty Thou:>a'1d' io-n 4.i.0u t i:t;,: .
: .,:. : .1 i 1.a; i 1,0.'l 000) to be designated.' J '-17 ....00 1 q:." .\Tn.\ J.Y'EE: : I 1

.. \ r. -. ?. 1-. n 1r '. J 1.; : i t./-:! /:! }fr.icar.e to my dar nunil>errd in driicminatiun I 1".ll 4.1\0' 1:' 1
ElGIN E t' Taii'l.;" I Kt il:<'X j7 'i.i.rirs-; : hour ,last week I took hr I'll.and tn mature a.- followsUtilities :::!;*-:;; f.iIO l iiir 'l 2nd Annual National I II i
Vlil*. J tI[> :" and (rd I her end w.-h wnr 111 nuld Ketenue bonds dated 1st day Of I ;.ClCltI 1 Q'l I
exciting new .,, Lay l953 numliered 1 to S' in- 31-Tj; S.Ot'l
on i 'irnf fur ht-r. r"1: :s.U.E-1 'Ir.": ..r..1 ToI,.., .. ?( r.,"K iJro.'crv Store :Jtp! 3 6 du--;\'", in drnommations of $1.00000)) 3S-4H ","U 0'x'!: : rilAMlMONSIUP{ HODKO ir
.. .a'h. and to mature serially as folNumhrr aid brar'nar j ir.t..r.t d l :,' .
Introductory Offer 1'11-.t i- H H I.- i I:' l* .iV.irK boil > Special > l t It FSAL}:- 4i Ford looks good.I 1,,ws- i.-i the first tint. N \
I I run.g'"d s'-t h..adut)" [tree, 2- mount 'rar \.rul..r, and May of eai h v. .ir r Lot.s Settlelllt'lIt
YTYTTTYYTTTTTTTTTTTTI -P..'d stir Will sell cheap or' :3 $3.000 Uii5 the .r rnteto 1-e deter ;nr.l o Aior. 20 8 p.m.
f"itv .
trade t..r car. 11. F. .lone, ![amp- 46 3.000 1951: up-.n the ale ofa il I-. ".1_
MATTRESSESOF I ton. Fla. Itp 3 13, j.I 3,000 m7 jpe but such rate, shall not ..". rest : Count
10-U: 3.009 1S5S! : lent iP-rl per ann..r. up-' .,
ALL KINDSRENOVATED par ialu Mar. 21 8
'i; > \I.K-:Ij Vrfgdlmnd. hour e ,,13-1) 3.000 ISiJ; d..rlpt".n" thereof.. a ni"re ;i'n't ? i t. p.m. Xl: TomIf.KNCV \
ir.i r 'io..d; > i.n i.i., \\ !Ii i **-!\ rft l.a'KdJ:1-. Imiuire.t :2.1! -::3: 4.000 mi appeanng ,by ref.reine I .
I I T I',etJtt ".:.itV \Vahingt I ::4-: :!; 4.000 mi: (Ordinait :X.. H2-" of the C"f Mar. 22 2:30
!.,. > Stalk Up ''. :2'1SALESMAN I 25-31 4.000 1963 .. Florida aUfh..nz''K:' the p.m1
""n' ( : SICNVT1 HI
iertifi.4 ,.
ropy ( .
.ffa Whl
i ::::!.3 v 4.000 1944:64u h Ie: -
WANTED ; 5.000 19'0; tached Petition to and mad..i part i.f I h. \(,"'p.[KT Mai :No I"
"f- I I 41-45 u.OOO; 19" hernn This Rule I.,> t.e \ :I I
Fullr part. tuiir f..r Ml'NTZ TIII 46-50 :5.000 ltiT I i.uldi-hed In the Bradford ,'...unlTel..cralh. v /"+ \ :itc 1 Col. b; SiD.IHllllrWQlHlR.
MaiKtar. a. <'mitait Tom.XVriuhi.74t I Starke. ,
FURNITUREReupholstered 51-Sa: 5.000 It" Florida a new.- iIRxMaroon'
> i 11\; r-die! A\e., Jaokxmville.Kla 5.000 paper published in Bradford !
560 1"9 c.mi.-x -
and phcur339; : J, 2tp 3 211' I'I 61-.5 5.00 19T Florida,. in form and manner ar.. '\ !
iuired ?
: 6Tti S.OOO 1971 bv Se.-tion TS '>>>. Fl.; .' ..M f'
Refinished K"i IE'sTI .-<-dr".m unfurn hi Statute 1941.
.. .... jl.;;' 5.000 1871:
CUNDOIA $44.71 LAKESIDE $44 7StJJ t HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. .< ii .u-' ,. 'Tibl k from achuot, I 76-SO 5.000 197J : PI.IXIXI C oiMirnrt': at 'i.. .
I i .i "11,11and l Skal-ilonl; H 9J' oho April 3 and bearing intere.-t at a rate <>rrates : Flrid. this :nth di> ,.f MarS ,
I :21:* T. T LVx ToO.Marke .'. !
or writ Lung. ,
$ 9Js.het April Box 230 PalatUa, FU.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4. I I to be determined by the Cityupon 1195
Kla 2tp 3 13
I the sale ut said bonds, hut I I J..hn.If.. Muruhrp: !
I I 1a-ST-FurllI"h..d- such rates shall not exceed four percent Ciri-uit Judge- I '-SJ: I

EJ j LET J. II OltOH. Jit. Fill: apartment. ( 4"I- per annum upon thr par I 3'1.1 4t I i H. C.
Shock, water. duit-retutant with unbreakable i 401 .V Ualnut St. I'hone :69 or value thereof Interest upon said WALLAGENCY
crftul ptui Elgia'i heart that never breaks t lit\UL.: I 01 ItCATTLK : I71-J Mrs F. H Long Itp 3 13 bonds shall be payable s..nii-annual- '"lIe.: 01' i>1.\: Tin' 10 I
...,.. 'd DufiPowef lohlDlpriDI. AM) HOGSSALtS i IIIca"IIU: : .
the '' ]> on the let day "fMar and thlast > I-'U"lIlIuI. \MI: Stadium
: FOR r.S'T-Deslrable 3 nicely I
room I Xufce! is
day of November of each hereby
MteOak Kara \\rdarixia7Kara furnished apartment. New Du- year given that the
(..1..11I" Fridayl"l I a more particular description of undersigned under the provisions
I .
ra-therm heater Electric kitchen I t Chapter
SPRING TIME SAVINGS = Take left graded road Call St. I'tilities ke\enu. ? Hoods appearing: 0S5t Laws of Florul.i!
ELGIN'S at Arts
shop and save during l hr..f..r..I1.. to urdmame. 141Aof j' of 1941. will register with the PALATKA FLA. Phone 1 IHi)
i: >. \LK-11! \: I I i ft Suii,.-rf.-x bridge, 1 mile to my sign on leftxide t'! rk of the \'Jr"1I1t I
I; I the of Starke,
'ity Florida authorizing Court in and ,
k. .tt!"i f"i I h"U.rM I of road. Mrs Carl Wynn
< *rIm i > hIK* jur LTadford
E i .'" the same certified copy of County S'ate of Vn\ ::oo E.: Call Street I
OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM !1 Uitll.illt -1.! II I.' :.T\ } < nut ll<=- Apartment itt. 1 Box 2-C. tf which I,, attached to and made a Idd, Upon: receipt of proof of puhlit.i-
lu.-i.il i \\ I K: AI'T-f. Ti.i.riti tlon of this Tickets : :SLIT;; :!:, ,ncl.
.... .. :='" part "f the Petitmn herein. ThisRuin I notiie. the flotiti.'n.s ( |tax ) Starke
.n name of Starke
to l I.t' published in the nradf Loan & Fman--' .
$19.95 to $87.50 M.a.". 111 ylodelaIle..onable ..rd County Telegraph. Starke. Florida I undervhith I am engaged in t I....*
K,, K"lt a.1t.F-Foe' : room train.IHJIIIH' mess ai Canova'h !' &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.FREE .
ehar.e. Raaraafeed n newspaper published in Bradford rug Starr Staik.; .
I II i j I unfiini-h! ). 21s Orange St; CIUS.'. SHEPHERD I C..unt)'. in form and manner as Fla.Lt
I 1'''' J I U I IJ. H|I'o.I.E .\ ,'ano\
| 70.1: W. fall <>(. M.rUe Ph. ::tD I required br Section 7506. Florida I a. Cano\a' I'nisi i
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYED [ ;! Statute. I 1H1IHi.VK Store, Starke. Fla. SEED CANE
:<11F\.AXTFU-F.: ur inm or .
: I'ated
.. iVASTEO-Graduate nurse 01'1 I! AXM: >RI EREri at Caines.Florida. thi 13th day of Mai. h
> w .!IIo'II.| !>-ere full Aliiiniiiiiiii tune p.isitn.n.\"-nlllg"-llinKr'liii licensed practical for general tilly-.! this 5th day of 3.lar'h. .'A.l tFloi' I:'.",'ida.: at Starke. Bradford t'",1.11- 11 ill he I\ en to anyone who will plant it for Cattle Feed.

SIMPSON tl 'E.lI: 1111Kaline iurtiiiiitv thf. must avrraKe.ha'ar.wonl.rtnl -. I SOl duty W. Doctor's Call St Clinic Starke. Fla.Hospital trI r:' :.3.S: JOHN A. H. MI'RPHKKKCiuint I 3'134t 4 1 1nllC :Must pick it up thisH't.k or fir>t of next week.

Aipl Friday pin and Saturdayor Judge '\ JOHN II. DENMARK) : S\NTK: FE RANCH
FOR SALK S" x 8" x 16" Concrete :3,13: 4t 4'3 i: 1(1 U'j'Klll
wiit- K It Ituttiuk, Starkr In
I Block 18c each. Plenty of11..rtar Ciiurf. Hradforrf ('aunty. located on Hampton-Thert.vsa Road
JEWELRYThe H..I.-1 Staike .KU KlorMni
GEM Mix and "Vment. Bradford lit Ihr Irrult 1'uurt, Isabel .Judl"- In 4'b.n.rry. -
t .. Engineering t'umpany. Phone ".1bruit uf Florida. In and for Uh.nles. plaintiff \ s -
} ''IF\T-I| t : ii' Rn furni!-h.-'l 4 iMadlv Itll.'de-., (
t 94 tf for Hradford C'"unI11 In ( .hao..r'"ITY llefelldant.
House of Fine Diamonds i I.. >ni 1 .iii.iriiui"lit 1I11r.lIr.| JJ'i perii j
'II- STAUKK. .Municipaiit in Case :N'o. !!'t
?. tfohgK
'' 'ith t'JM.n.- 1 II 1 '.i in Notice To .
(.raulnr India turalo.aI the County of l"radford. Mate of' tpprnr. i GOOD
"STARKE LEADING JEWELRY" i furnhvil i .\ \U: ,*.. Florida Petitioners.s.. STATE OF To H..hs; nh..d"s.hOlP residence -' NEWSThe
'U ItKNT 1 i. ilr.ni' h..u -
> !i.i'K- ,. .), : i>li.< ks from j 4. Nursery "1.nnIP.and the Taxpayers. Prop Pl and address I is: r o r-:. 1. 1'uII.AU. -:
Starke Fla. .1.\\,11' ... iS rial.: !. :'ola'h, 1:$ Azal'-a plant". hramhed and wellrooted erne owners and Citizens of Ili I J:1..hmllnd. Virginia I FULLER
II' K t !I' w InK ; W fall l 12 m< h 124: cents each. Larger CITY 01- ST.\I:KI-:. including Xonllesident Your are hereby notified that a BRUSH MANIs
plant. 223:? .'-aOt -75e and II each.llrlrtrdrrp ownriK Property III' subject suit for
vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 5i I Ph rat !II l ,-.1/ itch g I
mica< GardensPauline to taxation therein. I: I Divorce here
---,-- --------- -- Karle Collins / trite! e"pund-I has !been filed against you in the,, alainith the famous tinte-and-Nork sating
I flux 1 fi S. Earleton. Fl'LLER
Fla. Ill I.V MM household products scientifically dehignedproominir
To the State of Florida.'the several -
I I iPKOTWT TOfR SECURITIES : Property 0\\ IW"". Taxpayers. Citizens PIES and essentials for both men and women and the e\
i Fireproof Protecto Security Box and others having or claiming CAKES quisite DEIUTANTE: Cosmetics.
.I beautiful large heavy duty steel any right. title or interest in prop- Your Fl'LLKR
box $1025 plus tax. Bradford eitv. to be affected by the Isstiam.e MADE TO ORDER Bin'SII MAX will be glad to demonstrate how each
STARLINGSGrocery County Telegraph. tf 1.tbp City of Starke; in BradfordCounty.
State; of Florida of the Ft'LLER Product can add to the ease and pleasure: of

Fnlt i .- \i. :Trailer and attachedfurniture I'.ondliereria'ter nmre particularly Weddinir and Birthday your li\in r. Avail yourself of his helpful courteous
Pries $94111! described or to lie III any \\ aat.-
i I.. ', n Kmirse| Lake lut $12 I I t... ted Ihel eliYI.II \ : Cakes A Specialty !"t'nke' and shop the time-sa\inj,; way at home in
1 I 1'iquire' Starke and .1'i' h of vmi the State
manager restful comfort.
Id '. 3tll| : u( F'oi'\ :id.1' 11' ,tli 'h,' St i ,it.- \tl"' I
I 11"'I,. I I'i'h I : Id"t I ll! '.I''I l.t Mrs.
,, Harry Lappe Part time sales personnel; men or women wanted
I in
F..1 I. ''''111 hi.ll e. 11, 3i teed .f F.r! nd i > \ ""I' dr.l
i I III: l 11111 | mile South ..tl) all touns and communities; in Bradford union and 'lav
& MarketCor. s ." "I'm.$2.300.. !>OWT pa\ 101 Wet t Washington :
1 $1 I .'mi. balance $;0 m.niiti h w:. Ave. Counties. write or contait
i 1'' :M.t.-hell. Ut. 1. Itx H
..;'.ti-h, I Kla :tchg>> HEAR BETTER Phone 2al-"I' ROBERT E. GERTZ Hampton Fla.

Call and Cherry Sts. Starke. Fla.Prices (;'ood Fri. and Sat., .Mar. 13 and 14 :iK. .1 I: KKNT( :: -\\ arm attrartive turn..itd !
Hid/ iinfiirni ihed apartments OR PAY NOTHING .
I _
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F CHASE & SANBORN Tin ;.ii.e new when s on your

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F BLUE PLATE TinE ,precision-une.' ? In ma-a t a 1 LNSURANCEBROS. PASTELS

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LUZIANNE Tin f u 'l 1 have it
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"STARKE. FLORIDfltlim'.- M.\RCII 13 1933I ---- -- --

I 'Student Teacher Day' Finds Seniors In Driver's Seat At -Bradford-High I

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Altarrto "I'rlndp KrnnHh ft ima)S! oilier, whileS errretary. students. :She substituted for regular librarian, Miss \ev: \nun. Genes i'I lass, rcKiuarlv. taught t>>' Mr ( 0\\I'n. (" students in typing speed' test
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l'kJ.f"dl'mbt'r". ..f Y The Idea of, the program -
the senior ( lass at It s- originated with
UN learned how il feels thl'Iu.h'nt: Council
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to lie "on the inside .t f g with a double purestf
1 looking out" laM Friday > .ti' providing!; valuable

when they took .,t. I .,,; leadership training, aswell .4't It' p'
,1 r J / over Ke) fat nil) positions 1t)l as stimulating interest 1
a ''tt throughout!; the in teaching asa '
Y t4rt Y high M hood ...rofl..ion.t the 2.L'I
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) Thr students took: vl'e present time a teacher I
their new assignments recruiting drive i U !..'-

: quite| srriou.ly! iin>st ing staged, h) the Future
of them Mont many Teacher. of America. -
1 t loam preparing for theresKinsilulities Th.ollld'nt!
1 t f lor running 1 Count selected the
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4. INDelano the high sthool students who were to I
during a tomplete one- tie entrusted with theoneday

j da v sthedtile. faculty. positions. ALWIteUy
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ThoiiaMl* In oat ..f band dim'tor Carl Kohrrtt, and Johnny KoiM'Iou-.o. (standing) call the roll in mathematics <"la..> Kai, i-n left pm< h-hit rllr1: n.1'Uon311I: show Ing JatideDyal

dons a rapaMr Joli of putting band tiasi through its pairs. Regular instructor Mr. Spron, stood bj in case of "enwrgenc)". machine ho10 !ot'a fine seam ltus>' with sewing in

background are Uivonne \\illiants and Mrginia \\llllamson.

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I only 61 percent were found with I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFARMER'S : we could turn our cows into the ;, .
Starkites Have More Conveniences 'i iI i such conveniences.. The Florida rye pasture we had planted for I
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average is 60 percent. : them, we got it done with the aid ,

Than U. S. Average, Census Shows I Mechanical refrigeration, a mod i of a neighbor, Mac Griffis. The (j) Mark On Your Calendar
eru-day comfort, is now to be DIARYBy 3 '![ fence required one roll of wire
been li\'ing. found in 66 percent of the homesin almost
Noteworthy advances have gress toward better aChh'-1 !i I exactly and that was a
made in the last decade in the ed in the decade is to be Starke. By Sam McGarvey 4 I!i good break for it meant no splii HI KTI WAYS
mode of living of the average in fact that in 1940. in takingthe Another sign of the times is ..ling, When it came time to .
local resident Comforts of home Census of Housing it was:, the fulfillment by more and more I 1.f. The author will be gfad to rev i I stretch the wire we couldn't use ANNIYKKSAItlKSAnd
that were either nonexistentthen considered not worth while to: people of the urge to own their cehe Items of Interest concernIng 4 .i the tractor because of a lack of ,
or possible only for the \I I count the number of homes with';, own homes This goal has been I the activities of farmers In 4 I i iI I i space. so we borrowed Ernest OTHER SPECIAL DA\S
wealthy are now commonplace hot running water reached by many in Starke The I Bradford County. Suggestions may I II 1 i Raulerson's fence stretcher and You Should Remember
!i i census shows that some 50 percent be left at the Telegraph office or i
These changes brought to I that really made the fence
are the different wire
Today story is quite -
With Flowers
of the local dwellings are j I mailed to Sam McGaney, Lawtey, !
attention by the recent Census of In Starke approximately 68! I I tight. Mac didn't think much of '
Housing! conducted throughout the i percent of the dwellings have hot ,I i owner-occupied. : 5I I' the treated fence posts we used, \then you send flowers, ana
rt'm"lIIbranc'our lltbesjieakt
country by the U. S. Departmentof and cold well I Il AUAAV1AAALA1&A A A A A1 I II II and said they would last only >;
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IMJXT SAY fountain pen-SYEhTKKBKOOK. I )our good judge
Commerce The results are private toilets and bath This is A point for every II I Had a very enjoyable visit from they would be welcome. Only i two vears Just for the fun of nient an well a* jour good
now being released a better showing than i- made purpose. $:.37 (complete BRADFORD 1 Mr and Mrs Harley Shaw of 1 thing that they most likely will it we bet him a pack of cigarettesthat \\I"ht't. Cunsult us about any
A slight indication of the pro by the rest of the country where COUNTY TELETiKAril.WiSM I jBrooker I Mr. Shaw gave Sam II' find us working and not dressed he was wrong, and we of- occasion or an) desired ar
'I ferred to extend the time fives I PHONE 218 ran 1t'fI1t'nt,
many helpful suggestions on how I III !up for company but if they don't I Ii to
to farm, and Sam can sure use mind i we won't. vears This treating the posts is
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one tested and approved by the !
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have spoken about visiting us. i|we would never in this lifetime -
R'AyV and we of course told him that get a piece of fence up, so that (Continued on page 12)) I.
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H ere' s Proof f that newOF ONLY TRUCKS NEW DODGE GIVE YOU"Job-Rated". .


{ 7 POWERFUL ENGINES, with tOO to 171 h.p.-3
11 trucks engines brand.now. Of the :3 leading truck manufacturers -

Dodge give you no one offers! as many engine as Dodge. Assures
the TRUCK-O-MATIC right engine for TRANSMISSION the job. with gyrol Fluid

I Drive, for the best in shift-frce driving. Available! in
1zs 1 1 >- and 34-ton models
for !' BRAKES of the advanced dualprimarytype
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,. more your money in through 4-ton trucks. Of the "Big 3," only
r Dodge offers these up-to-date brakes.

More power in the 1'! t- and 2-ton ranges than the other
-- 2 leading makes.
-- Actual comparisons of the 3 leading In these cost-conscious days trucks More pick-up bodies than the other 2 leaders including

makes of trucks show that Dodge alone are bought on proof, not promises. And new 116'-wh(*lbase Jton pick-up.

gives you the big plus values listed in we can prove that the new Dodge trucks Creolestonpanel payload and cubic capacity of

0Gouna the adjoining column : that can are the least expensive over the long the 3 leaders.save .
-to Go you hundreds of dollars over the haul. Stop by and learn why! Get the Fluid coupling, for smoother traction in \$, Hand
1-ton models offered only by Dodge.
life of your truck! facts and you'll get a Dodge!
2 fuel filter on all models to assure cleaner fuel and a
I cleaner engine.
Floating oil intake selects clean oil at top; avoids
''" sediment at bottom of crankcase.

IT'S WISE to let a Greyhound agent p { j i _______ Water-disfribufing tube on all models directly cools
f- \ valve seats meal1.'llonger valve life.
plan your trips. Exhaust valve seat inserts on all models for better

\ IT'S SMART to let one of the world's valve seating, longer engine life.

handle the wheel. ; .4 4-ring pistons on all engines save oil, upkeep.
safest drivers "*' i Independent parking brake on all models is simple

IT'S THRIFTY to go by Greyhound to efficient, powerful.
L Rivetle51 Cyclebond broke linings last longer no
anywhere In America. ..y .'. zp rivets to score brake drums linings are tapered andy
"'-.... molded on many models for quiet stops.
I Onflow shock absorbers on l-. a{- and 1-ton model
smoother riding greater driver control on roughest
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-_ '% High-strength rear axle shafts on all models are
... peened for extra durability.
Better balanced weight distribution for extra payload.
One Hound One Hound

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others follow! Many '
Miami $7.73:>> 13.95: :>> New York City S'_'O.OO 36.00 adopted Dodge pioneers by other leading makes-have been standard

Orlando :3.10 3.60 New Orleans I.a. II.S0 21.23; on Dodge "Job-Rated" trucks for years! For example:
....... Tampa :3.5.:>> tUO; PitNbursr.: Pa. 20.20 36.40 /: -TON THROUGH 4-TON I. SEE US FOR A GOOD DEAL! chrome-plated top piston rings in complete line sparkplug -

St. Petersburg i.OO 7.20: Da\. tuna Beach :2.40 4.35 covers, 45-ampere generators, short wheelbase

'; Hit 15 S Limo Tn OIl All Aio+e ft. J design.


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al.e$ no more tt' ;. ;.1'f .' ,....j ". : .,.: ':.,., ,i< hs'' f{ tIp and place at the rtw. KeepsIt 'we do thank all for the help they a daughter. Jo D on 't archI Y.I.,'.1 e: t.." :. : .\ : i. : '
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:t'r" and ff'H ...., .., \1 you 'an see what this little! c'uIThhuilding ; r. f t!:, ', : ; :
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1', ant .,.1! Ht" "rr' 1\ ,. twv In\ 'tith'nit sorrowr'ear means to us We ha"er.'flr nett was WIth her a rllUI11e of dot : !., : \t'''' ". .1' I II" ; ",
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f 1".1' lung scbool l here .t: t': n '

Bill Ism Is always glad! t, .' "

k: c W I f h ::: I' Jtr Maxwell al\Vt: ; II! :!'_ h0'111e! :

: him a special kind ..1' \ h,.?' .';. -

_ White' toba'co or some cigal > If,. ,.' way

V .:. Mac j'rts, this little treat a" \\', llI h I \ I 7.4

I prolonged l'un\'ersatlOlI "'. I'l! \11

Maxwell.We .
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II t I Mile purr.,. thorou h. Atlall.1! to ,1.1\. .1.\\ III Tampa, had prayer nl'l'tl";; I." .
JIX M ,IUd Jax to IveyKest. I at .
'. i. ""-" 1utlle guIn to IH'tI t" '!t.l our house last Tutu .d.1 \ '

II ,! .' a lot more from me.tId I ning. MfI. W. D .J"11" 'I"

!: t.dlll I fhush, 1 thank Right" n'I'm' "d'adl1l'ad- i' Freda Prescott and I ; 1c i.frnn r.. .
ing: north passing! through
." I' going to lit' good ( ak 11111 otter four (;iern Cove as aril .1_ ,' ,

'lid.,, You can just call mt' new automobiles, delivering to a dealer of the neighbors all.'n, t".j I \\',. SOlllclvhcre high ill /he nir; half a lcorhl aicny, lie SOil of a cri/icallr) ill

\1 It IH''au.'i C ttktt's what ill al West Palm l1t'ach. Dy studied the' 16th chapter .I 1latIOns l 1-:

I 1111'0.1.i cats ml' J'm :33. "l'adht'adinI mean that and really gut It g'"Ij,I I<'..

I I. ,d I, gut n couple of ktds my trailer is empty.Ve try son from it. \Ve S.II1gIInt.1 ..\ ,., \ -
d I In dnmit'iltod in Jat.'ksonFlorid.I to avoid these empty runs because.
'. Fur tt" past ten as you can imagine, one was so boasse we I 'iiid ; !

1'\1' been II drift I'r for IIwy'rf' unprotitahtr. It costs sing Your old piano H: "'I' "t fa/her is sjJeellillg /0 his bClsc. lIc'1 bring /uJfJC lvhcrc

"r 1.'Jurtda's largest truckIn a lit of money 10 opt'ralt'! a tune but it is much bet i t" r r!' I :

ms.I riu.tor.trail'r thaI makes non. at all so we really: II .r 01 l !I'
ruluatf'l from high only ahout five miles on agallon
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course we all kn"',% st h 1:.t'. r \
,11,1% at Jilt'ksun\ilIl, ilttt'nd- of gas and nears down
no plauI at the tent. I .!1t' \\"Ii:: !'. '
I the l1ni\'t'rsity of Tire; that cost moor than $toll
,1 year "here I studied ,'adami I'm riding on ten I last Irng In there, ..hlt1" .\ III ;,- li//lc Ic Illiracic
I there lcas ft for 110 lJrug 110 oj srrr
''!'n''I'rmg. put In n hildIh. \ of1'e ness lnd dust.'fI I', ,pt ci3-

'\ .. t.'I't'llanl ManrwI fellows are known as I pro\.t> to ...lIr musk ;I. nets h :
I nWII got lUiUTi'd and had 1)roft'ssinnal" dril'rs.'l''l' other
sl'n'wPS when 1 "
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I tilt' down to this husmts" ht't'n through a long, hard '
I+I ikmg .1 living I cliche period of trainint.: Pt'nodical- 11t'W hUlldmgy" ha\ ,' !" : "

t I irking: IIl1tu 1 ry tx'('atL. >' ly we must tlkt' physical n'l'etlllg here at our. h'l'lhll'Slh ,,u-'e tt', \ ill uc.- '
tl.b'! I \\as 11\ college. I exams and psychophysical \\ night. All ,,10' \ ,I ,., so lifts thc human heart (having a loved one IIcar

!p"'.II""Y my way hy getting tests covering such items as tll attfOnd \ny time \1\1\ ;;...
I.lun and sunmwr.tmwi. distance judgment, depth ,
!I"l pereeption wIsh '. .
to attend prayer I::" ",: '"
i i. tllth a trucking 'umpany. steadiness night vislun. -
I here we will do as W" dad I 1-:
t tatted nt' out right at and -0 forlh.
1."tt0I11 l"hllll1(; .1 t'\n"I Ilh-oh tllI'\ little lady Thursday night. ThIS \\ h :'t .

I I;'' 'IIa btiz.: t That's 111 tn'uhlt with a 1I\t tirt' i{ fOr meeting time for the I f. I,! :' .' tinic oj crisis. } our flcll Cross hes /hc Illilital- gehe scrri'ClllallUIC
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1 .h.'art m tllIl' lantIIJt: :" can a as any one much dllln't t 1111"", ','
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crowd I I came on t t t'r h,'i t'vt -
1 'a" I I"." "k 'tip :lI1d.II.-1" ; 11, Ip her' Otlt. :See rounett
I "uld all be together' ,trd:: ..!t. '
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I" t t tin \01I'm making long hlI
\ eau h others! l'ompllI,1. I'

... .' '!h' together k: : '. lvhcll cri/ical cllIcrgcncics OCCIII: J\{) IIlission is
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t lllore illlfortant no effort II/ore gralej"ll recciecr
i ProH.J 1x)1 in OHT 11I11.111111Ilorilb ;

I homes nit\dcl, tI II I r 1

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lots raiment term. tt ht

ant' hl1ll ct don' I.d'l' thtnt ? ,__ by the man defellding you ill far Jlnccs YOII curt

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5:!f Using electric ranges end spot heaters to heat homes can overA -

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our electric system tremendocslv-uppt"d production foclltles,

. to nearly three tImes our VJ-'Iey ;: pabd..1 Th re's plen'd
ek'(toIty far ell uses eJl.pt I-vUSt' hect'r1 There cren't eno '''g"wid CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

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I Farmer's in'iMi i frf/T. page Diary 1 2vl Se Doctors Clinic Observes

'. .. Hospital First Anniversary I IJl
!!I F.llp"rm: nt Station and we are

:i1'HIthat it will make the poa'Ut /
I I for a long time Anyhow

, after getting up the fence we
-: th.-n strung some>> barbed wirer 9UF

-r.- and there on an old fenre.

U. tdr] a wire gate and at lat

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r. i' .1.IWIt.i .' : :." .t.r! J llouse on the first anniversary of no..lorhili) ,' It.-plt.d.' 1 ,,,

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< ,'. ried. whv Kd Wax n..t 1I+ .1l1.; :nU i q 1 ,

'i' i r patient to get the job deer" i It-':
the wi<* !lprf'adinK'ton "
:Nursing Staff of Uudors 'link Hospital ( left to right: ) :
fH< on f Super i.or K. :N., .Mr <. :Nettie Mae Morgan( : ; :Nurses Mr*.. uroup out of III liable 'horn at I IkM'tnr, I
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,th and :it l.mts Since put then wove had :Nora I'atray, Mrs. J. II. Moncrief Mrs. W. II. \ViNon : Hospital during the year were able to attend open hint" ,

enough moisture! at night to geti!

t he.ulphur working, for it seems't i' .
p, .' w have the spiders under
I I'tlulT'p .
r .

to this season the mo.-a I
brows we ever picked in one day "t

tt.t. .".l!. qts. But our last picking a

"I! I tin-, year we got about 150 qts :
.ni.l 'Ar don't know. if that is a r m
+ a
iii.ixiinuni or not from 12,0011
pi i UN' but we do know that it is

.1 I lut' more berries than we've 7
rte got at a 1.It'kInKVe've .loinmiMit of t our own picking I .10 t "t b C

in.I ,it I is slow work for we are Ar ai.

I'T--r. leaning up the plants. : i

l\,1.i king off knotty seedy! or spotted

iM-rrn-M nut the work we've done '. '..... rtt::.+
has helped a lot to get rid of -- ii4' -

in," e of the trash Noticed thatwe

hud very little bloom this week.

The terribly low price paid for ": .. ,"

bemei at the market has affectedus
only indirectly, but we sure do .
understand how sick at heart the

growers must U when offered ,

around, $i a crate, (lor least Itl MrsW.. (;. Sealed and infant daughter of Starke.
: Infant
sin and shame when Mrs. O. L. Wahlin and daughter Harbara of
I.M n a your isthe fortieth : Marie Kings-
I ; born
baby the fiat
at I Doctors)
: Clinic
think that the has to lay year lij Lake. Habua born
grower 1 Ho.I)ital. on HospitaPs fir! Anni\ersary..
out about $2 :'JI) to get the crate .

of beiiies out of the field, so that
he I i-i realizing about 7c a pintaf'.r ,
you deduct the cost ofj:

Kithering: crate and packing. We

do! not know, of course, why this

I is happening but it dyes! show

we think why every year more
and more mall growers quit On Thursday March :, t 19::;:3 The Doctors Clinic Hospital r

farming in disgust We suppose celebrated its first: year of operation by having open house to

that if this trend (continues thataomedav the general public from :'i to ;3 p.m.

the growing of food will, Throughout the year man)' achievements have been made
he in the hands of a few 1 Itrg.
by the Hospital and its .staff.
corporations and they will be .tb1r! ,
to control the price factor The Hospital has been accepted as a member of The Amer

liIL1 :1{ '1111* ican Osteopathic Hupitalsior.iati: : () and has also been accepted

The few rows we have ./.! .> I1' ,,, by all Insurance companies licensed under the Insurance t CZ1I e ,,_ ._'o;
and green beans are" up and. i i, "' Commission of the state df Florida.The ( ) _
9, ; f'V :
mg and so we cultivaliM 1 '. ,sr. Hospital is equipped with :six; hospital beds, four bassinets ,

with the wheel hoe to g. $g incubator labor and delivery room complete I Lalstrt
ahead of the weeds We ,!
tory X-Rav, Diet Kitchen Surgery' for both
: 'Iajor'linor
& :
the same thing with a pI.i $!I ----- ,
t tow of where we have I'' ;: ) l LI k Surgery: ', with complete{ sterili/ation equipment. ...

itimiils\ and caulitlowei: '1 ; The Hospital i is open I 2hours\ a day' with registered; W

i' ,,--. \\fll.)) and we don't on duty and is also: equipped to handle all t types : .
t t'ust. we -ih'iul.l h'! \e I nurse'l I '
II. i \lot e.nl"i-i tli! .ti! 'i.i cases.We l
wih: to thank tho..t.hu attended open house ___ :
.. First .\nnrrsan'. Also for the beautiful flowers. _
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I r 4 _Dr. C. J. Unapt &: Hospital Staff 9.



only by General; \ > Department Doctor Clinic Hospital: uith Tech r.; 't -'AIb _

Motors Corp. AH other nician. llr,. Nettie Mae 'It) fJ"Il Operating and 1It'lIH'f.HIMm. Doitors i linn Hospital( l l
Klectric Kefriuerators an'matlt' r

b)' other companiesand : '. .:
f. ..
cannot use the word =

Krigidaire.Vnnt --

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\ .1 CcrfrfifieFRIGIDAIRE .
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and Temple Ave. s "

Starke Fla. ,

Patient. Mrs. 11. \. Mokes; of Urooker. relaxes in comfortable

I hospital room at I Doctor- Clinic Ho-pital. Rt

ATTE lION I .'- -,- ___ ._ d_ __ -- --- ass: ,

__ i .\ .-.'k front Mr and Mrs. DaIS of 'to givvv .i.J the few we do rase berne: rise ae: ;;umn-.er turn.ps.: and .'.r are : -g :t Bi.t 'A tout .3" I rv/unty who 1.1:. -.,t I'." r ". I; ;;3
- .' irke in the f rm of four bea.i-i are sv'.d: amt.: before they are VSPf
!If \ ou Ha\e and selling! the err: our.g out one eveii.rjc; : Ann r. i'" '
I till azaleasV were just aN'ur.nerwhelre fully g'own' Athugh't'! rr.a\ Old .. .-. The .or't': *. i r .. '
Joe ::aven:' She feather-co\ered gals in the greens! ThiS methM pe pint r- discourag- r.;>e tor.ato: s ; i '
1MXE Oil IMPRESS: i b\ ;her thought-! be! Lie .:: d >: it. we soaiteo .. .
ng [ ..'
crazes fn'm:0r1.1 ;. r..g-ht on lading house are really popping problem f..r ja for A r. vcr can ed dISgtbl".1 i *: 1 disgruntledpull I j'INmg Ja. r 'l. !f
fulr >" I:. e-it\ed: v<': <. 1'uohS some ::1 oret>fd and planted ... '.. ...... '.
he af'r other
: them with
T1M15KK TO :SELL rye pasture and she is really Jut the eggs All of Which out plants : :hr \ 'one thing : sor.c.dri. ldpene u' _
$0"' '' .-':OUt :-.S'.' >:.MCk a c. : i frame ?,.:.r::..' --.r ilk to us'e used pleases us a great deal becauseit awav .. .- but r.i..'. :.. .r.we: do all:: A .ntere'l o. *" 'f.. I" .:,. lEa
q Large tlr Small Tract '.:- tier H '-! urntt t,) ?.\e :-e -.\ coffee cans of is uniy a short time ago thata VL >- r.a'. .- ', i fees !Better n tr, 1 vl th' '.'r.er :,1} .-. .. : .
_' <.t.' ,<" *he t.mi \ -:! *v.e \ ... t. .' ,", ;'eased about li
"t. : Jay rat. n a-: : : ,- of citrus couple of big-hearted fellowsoffered ., ": I' 'J. ( ,".! 't. Happy !I -it fruit fror*. > eH. :=;
e :1' n f '. ,: ,''' "S w Despite a.:. ur effortto get .
: : tgf
\Jr\ C JllY ill > =
pulp t.ct' J.J.\ vest .ve pot to take them off ourhanis I- '" 1' f' : little orY
- ... vt'1 ;': ': \ ;;ghtlv' ; t :' \ .:t',1 -\ore. and everything planted or. time. w& .
about a third of a pail of milk Maybe they knew that usual'p. .' .:. ff"r '"'. r green P3' r;Ot to get .:. 'hN '.r '. "' 1 Ii!
r: PAY TOP PRICES : .: r .: : ..:. .r.!!tr are late again as .. '
a milking. Now the hens would J nt
that she start to .
is lay 5
soon .
do not .I.u... ... _' I' -.' -ek ar.d '< .f A;e f < "
- .. t "tin'.a sit p.C;::.::.. also ...i'ot.'a -- .
on a good pasture we her "!
;;' 'A quitt' \ ',1- .t':. gee watermelons ar.d !lots of other r' es ar.rjIr:" 'ier /
,I ,' ., :"e ir. irket but they taste three C.insof darn ration and .. A '. h.:> Uc K ./.r leared! '.' We &
: : \.ir a Afk uret .. Them! *."?i ir. n: > '.h..gy; th.nz.plar.tei: b. A per: n and 'a- ; i- *K
? ., Write or Call .i f'.\ :n v .. "r. ,c'::: from, ,.the garien-.. -he F'> ...- .- a.". ..-: .. :.,:. ra.l; : f ;D: .' i <\r.2 .". AC' :: uj .r. !1"r. /,>.rsx" ; :;_;'. '. ::-.. .'. .. r, ., ;! .-" '110\\ PI,' : nt to '..nj' the .. .:
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