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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 27, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BRADFORD COUNTY FtTvFTfjLsIsLF


ft OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY; TELEGPH CLAY BRADFORD HILL ECHOES IIIUTES


i PU1UJSIIKI CONTINTOUSLYUNDER FARMER'S DIARY


: SAME MASTHEAD Official County Publication Established In 1879 CAROLYN CALLSTKKKT



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Triple Threat If You Don't Watch Out! Will Be At USD ,,New Proposed Limits






Tollerrylleal >That YIUan a group wag t the of argu.local'"n<.-th tusion law radar enf ret,..r.T.ent he,.jb On April 2nd To Be Worked Out



officers county aid r.t:.

fI( lala and interested r-.z. F ..-.'... .-..,- ... ..1' bt' g.\t'n
Heav) rams. March wind.- and :,tribute I >i>iuxM..n of thtPr..>po>od t\in ion 01 the city limits of
St.1r"l';
who were introduced last Fr'U. something i'the \\:11: v COfltfl.o4: ,
late old snap combined their afternoon to the ingenious rule Ot-.q.! .- .-.r.. to the fight against1 ': Cay council meeting Tut'"c.iay, April 7, at which time a tentative

fforts the week to1' new boundaries will be made. SUgot :
during past 'brarn" that may becomrFlorida ..>. -1: 'ihsis when the Red

.I low down what already seemed to Highway Patrol's' .' S H. -'!moblle comes here : Opposition to being included within the new limits was voiced at I
a special] meeting ,. "
.. :
an 1-fated strawberry season T> :.> .\pnl 2. I IM I
potent weapon in its f'onstan'tort Cit> hall last : .,
Friday ngt t \\
PrUe slumped to a $532 average : ''iI .r.jeot of thr '
Monday the he -U I of wekn.l -,| to curtail specdngstates t.-. c. arrer.tOK Commissioned 'several resident along thenew e' 1 .\
on i highways 1 r drive is to obtain GG : Both Boards Ask
Blinding:
.. rains but the market K <.''.>uhni ,, a blood deAhuh .. highways KA; \" \ t
Impressive as it in. th .... 'US regions for desiring t.. i t..
strengthened to a $807 average ; t- .5 .
.... gives temrai \ :
'radar mechanism is ,currer' .'<" : i laded OUL"II
d'-.b :
Wcdne44) when quality recovered or >te r. against the ;;' !tw

wirr.ehat and there was keen inK used bthf' Highway/ 1 I'.I', ?".. .: polio In man\paralytic casesA'4 : Salary Increase ; :: 5-; 0. A. Bishop. Jr formf: tn.
r of the
for demonstration Council
purposes ... said: tie m
ompetition among bu>eni fur thc H. !'s extracted the blood
.n !his
It will require a legislate i present location becauv t-
'njht volume offered ... 11 he used for the im- .Vi'-Ml..j: : ; :. > If':.ti! notices .\nnted to b-
to authorize its use in actualfonerr.ent appeanng outside the cit!
During the week March 19-25 [> :"ir- ', of plasmaIT
p
pose
of the law- In this of the .ts lie said tt would him
speed issue Telegraph coot f:
,\. 'left and Frank Kskridae
STVTK TKOOl'KKS Q. Flllmgim/: are1.ItIIrd
4 total of 2.506 crates were sold .' .mportant to increase the '
.
j! to J5
Monthan dozen states al..adv more per month
a both the Board of CountyCommissioners :/
4, the market here for a gross ; | alxi\r uith new I lladar >{>' .-<{ ( ontrol equipment which wus 't'\t'kpll. of GG before the usual I "undan.' .
[ have such laws and the 19 VI were eAtt"nI..1 : .",'
rtturn of $16,3W73 So far this' Honda legislature will likelv be dNnon..trah.d here la..t t'rid.lIt'tf"r: n.-\t to Fillingun rtx-ords sumnn epidemics of polio get and the Board! of ih,. would then become aShf M,..-..m

i rf-AAon growers have marketed only i iI'I lacked' to authorize radar enforcement .1..1. of appr athnigrhicl*-*. whiha p.-nnannt record is iiiaJ.on under way Last year there were j Public Instruction will apply to the municipal power plain!

'" 931i < iate at the Starke plat in this state. S the graph machine at right. Trooper hskrid: is s>afetKdu<'ation S 58.ooo cases of infantile paralysis I the 1953 Legislature for legisla stead of Florida Power i: 1 .gn'

form for an estimated return of i f I Rrufh. the equipment consists Officer uith the Honda Highway patrol. I in the U. S. There are now some I tion increasing:' the salary of J H DuPre. manager ..r tii.m,

$:.6.2f 54:1 At the same time last.,'of' three pieceB one a plain- : I'.,laruiJ Minute Photo b>' th- Telegraph I 15 million children in the county members of both boards to $100 H.X District. Florida plw ,', v

sear they had sold 11.191 crates looking black box that sends out I under the age of 15. and only I month. 1.ht.: ; said h,- was voicing :. ><

'. j i 40.0) doses GG available per .'. 1..1IU an individual .
.r $9H.OS209 of are now an :
'a! thatDirks
constant micro.wasigna.l will be stationed some distance Highway Patrol. "Other states '
Figure. for the past week are I I Members of these Boards at his business taparitu.. >...
up targets within a 150-foot along the hIghway from the radar have used it effectiveh. and we
I' follow i The Bloodmobile will be at the present receive salaries of $"H) ii'> !Ii d hop.-s of building '1 r: "
range The reflected wave lengthis j car.Vbtn a speedster tangles I hope for equal results in Florida" I .
I : S.\ Blanding "
of the usa building in Starke from 12:30 I per month. The legal; notices dui highway :n"
Dlte Crtt. Kanjceif h K. proportional to the speed with the microwaves. the trooperat Comments the Jacksonville I if the limits Were ..
Ito 6 2. All .t' : : :
on April
p.m. persons
vehicle and shows up in not state when the satan II i: .
: th 226 5i "miles hour" on the second i I in good health between the ages [creases if authorized would: h.conic i ii
;:t)'h :SJI;: 620-820: 739 per much S. small but high-powered walkie- motorists long to realize thecan't >' of 21 and 59 may donate blood I| oil out t') keep outsiHitlar .,),'

:/mi. ''d! 6.10-810 737 piece of equipment a meter talkie to relay a description and buck such a scientific setup Young people between IS and 20 effective :-: s.'ntmienU wt-i., \ '. '

!trd Mt 4 W-7 10 5.32 like an ordinary automobile speed license number of the offending | as this. The only way to foil the donate with their parents' I .,\ \v C Powell and K; .1 l l lt I. .. .

'Mth lfl 4 lO-6O 600 ometer. The third part of the vehicle to his partner down the | radar eye is to stay within speed I consent may 'Masons Give Degree ,, t I..th ,,f whom said the> .k-.I i .

:! .th US; 700-900 807 .,outfit is a recording device on road It will be an easy matter limits. And by staying within mam "as isV'
which the speed of each passing A physician and registerednurses '.:'HI! L' Lowell Dougias ton o!
then for the second car to Inter- limits uncounted accidents will'be blood I At Meeting Here Adolph tiay wat th. on v j p, '
A lighterolurre u piedlcted vehicle is traced in a continuous will be on hand and Mr diKl Mrs J K ougla.a "I
cept the law violator headed off before they ever erty owner on the west: s.t.; ,
'IIr next week due to a slow down graph. forming a permanentrecord I will not be taken from anyone : A regular ommunication 01 Starke iduateJ fr,>.n the V S town to appi-ar at the nnvt.i H
happen"Senator
"The radar speed rreter seems able to K
n-casloned by this werk's cold I who is not physically give Bradfoid Lodge No 35 F i;: A M Air F'>r.'e Of fieri Candidate bald hrt didn't uund .
pa)inx: amore u" >
unap. The mercuiy dropped to When and if the radar equip- I to be a logical approach to supplE. CharleE Johns and i it. Persons wishing to donate : was t..dIonday night at the School: at Lackland Air Force for his electrlcitaii'l I! ,

125 degrees Thursday morning rent is put to use as an enforcement I incut our all-out effOrt to reduce Representative i Doyle E Conner I blood are asked only to refrain j Temple In addition to routine Base San Antonio. Texas on little taxes if the city ,.\...! lOIS:

Combined with stiff winds the 'I I instrument it will !tx a two- speed violations.:' declares Commander were among those witnessing the i from fatty or overly sweet foods I I business the Master; Masons DcIgree -(March' 20 The awarding of his to put the ad valorvm lao <.

late coW may also Injure the car operation A second trooper Hl Kirkman of the demonstration here last Friday I immediately before donating. I was conferred Robert Cretan!commission culminated six monthsof on. but that he would lik> i
,:ounty'i tender young pepper Jack Trawick. blood donor and Sen. Charl > K Johns were' study and practical application -I main outside the city ariiIt! -

plants and will stunt bean growth \ Total Musical Comedy BUS Baseball chairman for this county. said : the candidates but the latter becaml' l -'' in Air Force administrationand Councilman L 0 l Hall'l: t. :used H

The berry season U over at Red Cross 'I that a quota of from 75 to 100 ill and had to lean the meeting -, leadership techniques that those prDt.- !It'(1 i n .

Plant City. and there are plenty. pints of blood has been set for !' i i I Lt l> his ... fear taxes "
I Opening Tonight i i! uglas> and .ife. are proper .\, III")' "

if buyers now eager for Bradford : I. next Thursda To obtain this I Attending were Masons fromlodgt'IJ now enjoying a'Iit with his within th> limit- si :"" '

Iwrries !1' they could get Stands At $1,107Bradford Ii IiI tnJ.'oW'\ > '1I and cowgtrt44U.frrupy Season Opens much. at least 150 persons should will several) in Honda as well'parents in Starke After April 1 I' was forikfn !till l"lt \,'\ .

them I i apply as a large percentage as Indiama, Mass.ichusetU and they will leave for Denver, Colo back onGuy

I \ the stage of the USO I ''likt'lb turned down because of New York City. Most Worshipful:'where Lt Douglas!,: will be stationed Andrews a:: ,1,1'. .. ,S .
County 19W Ked auditorium this Friday and Satur- Tonight i ilo'rloay! i th! baseball I
I II ( colds and other reasons Gus J. Detkle. Past Mister of! at I..oWtI"Fi.'ld.. the limits exten-.i pivii I Imap
4-H Rally Day Cross fund driv gual is little more dn nights as the BuS Glee Club season op<-ns for th- local high ,
I
I' Florida was present and received, showing the an-a w.iu i \in' <
than one-third realized. Mrs. Juniua a musical "Meet school Tornadoes when they rreethe ,
presents comedy.
I i III// tho usual courtesies | of thd new building and i gnmtti I'
/
Johns
SetForSaturdaylli j M. Smith. chairman. announcixl Ar'znna'S Lake City Tigers at Bradford I Sen. Farming Veterans .
(' j I Officers of Hradford'wen Lodg" (taking place around Stuki Hsai.i
yesterday. I Ii With a dude ranch background.the Park at 8 p.m.
: : assisted by members from : that the actual fixing
Rally Dav fun and I]j i Collet'tiuns through Wednesday, plot provides fast action and I Coach Hobbs trimmed the squadto :1 In Jax Hospital | .'-e\eral of the lodges of Jackson i i To Meet April 6 propoar new boundaries ShhiUh.t<

lolalrd $1.10795.: The 1953: quota 15 players at the start of the
;an for
oUy theM way'' will be held ]:, opportunity some outstanding villeNavy be left up to the CouncilIt
I for Bradford County W\'t' at I musical numbers enhanced .week and thosi* dressed out to- President lect of tlu 1W33 Florida i I
March 28 {rum 10 a m I
<\ The Farming Veterans of Bradford was suggested that t tinhi
$3.000. I by colorful western I\i htill be Paul Rivers Lyle Senate. Cruiley K Johns. i I
costumes

at the USO Mimbers j
until 3 pm County will meet at the homeof j proposed to be presented 'ofI t
will he thf'roUrtll' In a special Red Cross remohyth and settings Buck Jr. Dvwayne Elder. Benton i i expected rt-turn to hIs h.>me her Band To Play
recognized during
W .
Francis Meng on Monday I legislature authorizing tli.' .xr.( -i<
'\ th. White House in Washington! The leading roles are pla>ed by Futch, Ed Teston. Delano Thomas the first of next week from St .
of the program I I Here SaturdayTh. April 6. After the business ses'sion i lion should have a ft.ft'l..ndIJII
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. light Aliese Lawson and Kenneth Tyus. lohnnv Kopelousos. Randall Mar Luke's Hospital Jaiksomille I
Parents of 4-H members are I : a social period with refresh- daiUH providing for a vote on n.o nhower called on the moth-,! while two outstanding comedy tin. Sidney Jackson Tommy Gill. where he has been un twrwcialty invited *o attend all or .. Navy Band will be in front menta will be served matter beforo the limits are .t< tu<<>
era of America to support the Hl'l1I parts are filled by Doris Parker NVti Pringle. Edgar Akrid l'. lion since last Mondy. ,
this I S ''of the bank The following officers weie recently ly expandeil
any part of the program a* bUildIngUllS Saturday -I
Cr)81th their funds and with and Richard HendersonFeatured Thomas Moore and Edwin Johns. Senator Johns became ill at aMasonic I
wIll ghe them an opportunity to that here a | aft.>rn ton with entertainment elected b} this organization Some of the protesters s.\ill i ii ,:>II'
their blood to makf sure aro. in the speciality numbers The battery for tonight's ga.meha.'I Lodge meeting
of the Ill activities! publicizing the new car that will : howell president E. in their th.\II '
>h"" >r\e some albumin to receive the jtion- i opinion no on- o.
ma globulin and serum will be solos quartets. choral not been: named but the nod which he was slated
Th girU will ':>,lng their "nosebag twin blood derivatives that combat numbers. and Mexican dancingThe will probably go to Teston or ''degree of Master Mason. He had b.' given away during the carnival D Allen vice president; 1W allo'a'-d to vote on the matt i iUvpt rk

lunch" nnJ colj drinks will and fight hock __I complained of feeling ill following Bradford County received $200 Meng secretary. L U MorganJr the people who lut-il ,.U'j,
paralytic polio .. ThorlS"ith Jackson Martin .
available. for them to purchase their children' girl. or I .kend to Miami from thr Carnival! receipts last treasurer Grover L Norton the present limita aim .. tht \ .\ ,U.':
A ill be available to music is under the direction catching | R previous we trip
.
MUM Kth\l 1 Holloway and Mis. their his \eai reporter Li" the nrs aft"I't..t|
'n this country and to sons The Tornadoes and had been advised by physician
of Mrs Gerald Silva should have a
Frances Cannon from the State in Korea. I! not at attend Monday's mt I.'t-

Home IVmonstration! office will Mrs Kiserthower asked mothers, "ood nn.. hitting Last year's team team again had this seven sea- mg. it was said. New Officers Installed By Keystone Lioness Club I

Non hand to assist Miss Dorothy i to offer assistance in collecting Red Easter At first believed: to he a heait
Pageant hoys who hit well over the 300 -
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u, H> county home demonstrationtgent hoodswhtre attack the Senators illness was PTA
'IO.H.S funds In m ighboi mark and five of those same boysire 1 Meeting
with the program there are no solicitors! later diagnosed as gall bladdkrtrouble.
: back for another year's play- Brings Out Officials
lie was carried to his
One hundred or more I-II girls At State Prison in j?.
'home and under an oxygen
placed
the
i county are eAperled to at- Three Teams Enter Coach Hobos has been paying I
l take [ i tent and later earned to the Jacksonville ; The
>-nd and part in thIs tun- Kere Heights PT0 to i
particular stress to the playing of
ambulance
111,1 aii1ty.Two I Softball Leaguei Ho'.v' would modern-clay: newspap the infielders and with continued' hospital in an a large attendance a' the/ rig.,
i with two local doctors in attemance ?-
< men hwe cmer-d the trial :, iar meeting on Tuemla! Mir. h
1 teams have indicated they work and game experience the .
I mil 1'I'Uflxlon of the Siviour: A 17. among them a number >f
Teams Tied will enVi the .it\ softball u-asu-' Tornadoes !should have a smooth Doctors say that the Senator .
kioup of hIghly talented inmatesf prominent county and state < f- '
his ident C. L working Infield. who has been with a
season league pr keeping up
> Florida Statt Prison at Kai I'I finals I q
In Bowling League>I I'liiiisaid 1 yesterday These are rigorous pre-l gislative S<'h dUI(.
tord are now rehearsing an Waster 19..3 SehoduleMarch S First on the program was an
\h.ti cZ. Camp mandU\ and ILawfr needs rest more titan anything else _
.. Pageant which is designed to an 27 Lake City Here interesting and informative talk t
\\...' M I :. M i ., At least three more teams I and advised him to "take it eas> *
ll1l\t'n.I1: t' .r > wer this question in two free pubic 31 Williston There (,0 "Physical Medicine and Rehabil Y.
no ,-,.n ideril necessary for alit in the few days befoi
remaining
essful leagueAnother the Legislature convenes on Apr 1
t"1 !iP p.lsrl Ion in Tuesday \enmga. April 6 and ( 7 G'ville Here the State Health Dept. Mrs. G<'n.>

ne Humphreys Gl4 Bowling! merting will be held< at 7-45: j| 10 Leeeburg There 1, 7 Taylor. president of the (\:*\

'... Iunrter .Tuesday. March 31. at 530: The i I Gov Dan T McCarty had a heart
Hirti -up position Uneld production whl'l13 writ 14 Lake City. There Count Council of Parents attat k at Tallahassee on Feb. 2:)
tn F'u-imvnnjj with an averge i o'clock at the BitS fit'ld.11 perSons ten. directed costumed, an J :T ;i 17 Macclenny Here !I Teachers. Mrs LeClair and M..*
and just recently left the hospital f4
,'! I> MMrni. mt 'rested in playing or enter- signed by professionally experienced 21 Green Cove Here Horn Health N'u-v-s ,
County
Had be been forced to the sidelines ,
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a tea-u are urted to como outCattlemen's
-ng I
.>> I'nmley hold top honors i convicts is titled, luteime i j i 21 Williston Here because of his illness. S,n made brief talks _. ___

t, in :.ndividual divisions best i Golgotha." and is a Passion Play !! 23 P. K. Yonge Here line Frank Walrath Jr. Lt'gUliat'Chainnan. LI
Johns wag, in as his successor -'!::.
nan .'tu.d! ga-re. to dt.)1. best Meeting superimposed upon a backgrounl May 1 G'ville! There as acting governor when the LegS introduced State *v-i- '

.href tHine total to J"t1 of modern newjjratiienng methods fi Macclenny Here Islature convenes. Since Florida ator Edwin G. Fraser at a -urpnse. -I

b: ;h..st txerage: number spares J M Edwards Jr president of Rev Leslie A. Shepnerd. institu i iI' 6, 7. & S Conference has no lieutenant governor the Sen. Fraser made a talk r>n THE lR.UlTlOSI.1:1: i" prr'" -ntei t.. J"j Kak- hartrr pnd ...'

", dat< 1.13.; and best :individualAverage thv Bradford County Cattlemen's Lion chaplaji. says it is the mos tourney in Palatka law provides that tne president othe matters concerning schools and ,'nt of the Uoneo* ( luh of K.-,st<>o< IlrlghU h> lit,', II Itr .tninprr..id.nt ;

t.> Ja tt'. l.VS: O Craw- .Assn announc that imbi iou and unique stage pres ,. 12 P K. Yonge There .
a meetingwill j senate serves In case of a'a- education coming before the leg- of ihr K..t..n' IJoni. ()tiiI r 1.JIfIf'.. ofMo-ni pilur.>l arl '

ford has the highest average num- be held in the courthouse tonight eniation clmav he his': he ever proiluced"The i. 14 15 Sub Group : iancin the off.:, vi islature in April. (/1.l ft In right) K\rjn| S.'alHo.11''' p %I.1"ot. Mar) l">iui, MM r.Urtreasurer. \.

btoi: strikes to due. 263 I Friday I at s clock stated enthusi Tourney Miss Emma Kate Mansfield
S pre- ; l>niis Hernidd chaplain
astl'all111 amount to ) ; Mary Itrownluj and not Mi
an un
1 i forgettable thnli i J 21.! 22 Group Tourney. i Scouts To Enjoy sided at the business meeting )Iurtr). iirMK.rs District (foM-rnor (/f"flr'f' Seaman (right i look'.

t ,The organization has bought an
on with approMil. Th. Intallatlonttnbony\ MM hltj at a Ld1"
'Straight Thinking'Is Overnight Camp electric roaster for the kitchen of
TO TilE l I ITIZENS I OccupationalLicenses ( Mjfht banquet in Krjston Inn :Monday nJ ;ht. !>.-put) UhlMI t On".
the school. Mrs Robt. Jackson
Rotary Topic I Members! of Boy Scout Troop 70 prim harry !<'utherlanilred at master of 'I-rt-mOnl. III
t
or H \DFOUD t ( Ol N TOn \ Past Due reported that five members at-
will their summer
get activity
! the I I nded a County Study Group in members in this survey Mrs W chairman II.
Straight Thinking" was program under wa> this weekend Round-up or Mis'r

Tut..Ja. \I'nl I among uhomou !I F CIty officials are reluctant to topic ii.sed by Lowell Yoder professor 1''! with an overnight camping tnp February fulfilling State Congress J Siprelle will head a committeeto trude Houser. principal! ".: th-

: : :: ?th. at noon. I uni .r. numbered' ; Tiake a ian\ass of the Nismesstlistrut .if Marketing. College of to Sandhill: Lake requirements in that field She list needs of our schools school

to IH> tnsUlliti asPn th-nlun. I extrnd I to collect past due oo- : Business Administration University -: An intensive two-day programhas presented highlights of that project County Commissioner Don Pang- Dr Holl who has be. n :: I r I

1i ,,iJ:'nt of f hi \.u an t"lrn..tI. .I upational licenses but this willnve of Florida when be adiressed I been arranged by Scoutmaster to the group. born announced that a public a week or more. was bac k ::1. I 't'!
Mrs W. J ;> Mrs E T
Mate Senate of tin, ana i ordial m\ita- : to titdont' early in Apnl Starke Rotarians here! i Harry Green. beginning at 3-30 Siprel meeting will be held at the courthouse pulpit of the Common. r.. ., +
I unless business around Martin, and Mrs H L Morgan
Idii. I ani h1l11l1l1 h..n t"> Np men come Wednesday. I p.m. Friday when Scouts will in Green Cove Sp.irgs at 7 ,on Sunday. .....

: aQII 11..1'1) ..ralt'f'" .- & that ....niHi ..a..ltlO.) KU..h ind pay up voluntarily it was The speaker said that the average j assemble at the hut on Pratt St. ,Jr. were committee appointed New on officers the nor mating will- p. m on Monday. Mar 30 This Mrs F. M WaJrath Sr .... :. fi''r!

for this huntir utiu 1.. <&.........t m,' in saIdTh licenses for 1955..1I."ere person LS inclined to reach ,I Thev will arrive at the campsite be elected in Apnl and installedat meeting is called to determine the was in Riverside hospital! f.r 1', I

S to Li.- tx-st.ix ,-iiuH false conclusions based on prejudices in time to cook supper followed advisability of continuing the 4-H ''gery, is at home again an : h':
illil.1. IIII&; thimrnts. On" Inc last October. but a large nu-T.- I the regular meeting on May !
) hearsay evidence personal council fire when instructions Clubs and Home Demonstration lung along nicely.
\ mi'iiatlon -ar her still by a 19 by :Mrs Taylor County Coun- m
remain unpaid Unless .
.arrinZr- likes and dsltke3.: without will be given for Saturday Groups m Clay County.: All interested Miss Anne Walrath A a., h ;!. .
\ to th.il hiiironslitution.il these cil president
are taken of
If care by
"u plan Apr.1I any attempt to discover the true I activities persona should attend for the weekend.
,. ( I" 'tmd. 1 the ctt\ will be forced to send S On May 20 Keystone Heights
- \\11I facts involvedHe i at and express their views.Coffee .
The Scouts will break camp Mr and Mrs R L'iii.k- "'.ee' =
:::s; fu-e Mitn humility and an >- rn rlH''I:1tt )ou dropping someone out to collect them 'that the .will be host for the regular Coun-
( me a said neverwas ,
|14 ::30 Saturday afternoon and re- and cookies were served to Georgia last week h .u( =
.. ..1 desire to itls. turue. faithiuiu Council meeting which willS
card ty
.-- or uning; me a ring so 1 need greater for "straight thinkng" ..
!: NEU: HOME xTAirTTOWork : turn to Starke by Mrs Elmer Forsytfce :Mrs Miss Linda Walker back "- rafter iieg" !i1
4 the duin-s tn( i.li nt t., start at 10 a m. with luncheon at
it. Mill &..n..Ih" .. '
in n..at.. to r : than it U today and warned Ray Forsythe and Mrs F M a brief vacation e-
. i::< It 'uuul tx- most i ainfurtmcand is in on a noon. Mrs. R. L Walker. Mrs .
si.nt. for our con\ nu-nce. progress new against accepting the unsupported '1Tax Deadline Apr. 1 Walrath Jr. Mrs Glockner's father. ..
horn for : Gordon Adaf-a. Mrs E T. Martin -
Mr and Mrs. Albert
to I statements of e
reassuring
nu as askUine fon true or
1A.oking arJ anyone as
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our pr" s- A health examination dental Sutton of Ocala. is here ". .:
thr duti. of that of h'r, -nc.. on this .\rril 7th. and uluiwanu Hartmann or. a lot adjoining their false simply because the person Tax Collector J. R. Kelly call and Mrs Kyle McMurtry were his daugbter. Ii.
apartment house North : requested to serve as a committeeon check, and vision test will be .
: on Twrpleve uttering them
: to tuite |>itnt 1\1) t ed. personal regards. I is a nationallyknown I attention to the fact teat Tuesday
remain .\ The building permit issued arrangements for that day. provided for pre-school childrenat ;: Mrs Gaax of Chicago H! 'I" "
figure March 31. is the final date for pay
bv the city, was in the amount of a date to be announced soon visiting her mother. Mr-, R.r
Earlier in the program the men: of 1952 taxes without penal Miss Gertrude Houser. pnnci-

:Sincerely. 10000. S RotarUns enjoyed several musical 1 ; ty Apnl 1 is the di'adme. afterI r pal. brought news of a state survey These tests are part of the Summer 'ards

E. A S3 000 p.ormit10"3.5 issued: re- numbers sung by principals of the I I which property on which taxes are i of current needs of the schools Round-up of Children a Construction has started! '." ,

I Charley Johns C't"nth' to A B Williams for anM" cast of "Meet Arizona", the Glee stIll unpaid is placed on tte W- in Clay County to be made during health project sponsored by 1'1'A. new hoT for Mr. and Mr; \\ n

>.! .o,1 the frvr.t of the Hotel f":..b :'1 .;o-.i! Ci': elv be:ig pre- .:".'luent I list and alxertised for S the week of April 13 Supt Longh Parents who are not familiar J \\Vhltesid! It is b. rtihu,"

I V d' T.... -<'.. A.. -. T--, S 'r.j! ,: : ." t.v Fr. :- .r:1: S4., requested tne r.'p '>f PTA .*'.th Thi pn-je< : are :nvted: t.nt3r
S .;- "-J>\.' ..J It"t ... : J i. uTtla.: : I.iJ'; 1:. j i day Mrs Ron C Ja<:kson. .' : tIII's JlI the Mii j[ A a. 4.0Yonge



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COUNTY EDITOR GRAHAMb HIWAYb 4TH FINAL
VICW OINT SENSATIONAL WEEK
TELKGKAI'H: PUBl.IS"E" > Mrv Bonnie McKinney >' Mr*. O. F ('rbyBAYLESS

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OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED I _CONTINUOUSLY- UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD- Bro Donald Weldon! Mrs Wei- A large: number attended .nt- BIG 34TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
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don, and Mrs Lmme McCullough Sunday School mass meeting' : at
e :; : Friday: and retard aM+rend d*..* mailer at the I'o+t Office at stark' rloriiht, under .
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ptibllh.d > of Starke visited Mrs F T Aber- .North Pleasant Grove iaat Tuesday
Uw Art of March 3, 1879. 'I I
nathy Sunday afternoon night -

MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ---. MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Mrs Equilla Roberts visited her I p.eald Mrs Gwere ir-: Get A Copy of Our Big Colorful 6-Page Price List at Your Store Q

I sister. Mrs Millie Fogg, last .r.er guests of the 0 E ('flt'hy" Scores More Items on Sale Not Listed Here!


.. New Health Policy Most Significant Here ,i weekendMr and Mrs. Ed. Parnsh :Mrs Sunday Mr a1dlrs' H. B Keiv: spent .. ............ .. ......
.Irene Rathff and son Walter visited the weekend with her Sbtt'r Mrs
in policy by the State the present time, septic tank installations! Mrs, ot Orland- Mrs -
A sudden change the home of :Mr and Raiford Brannon
attitude toward on these hume:ites are apparently satisfactory -! .. \ '''''..,...,,- ..
Board of Health regarding its ;I Horace Schofield Tuesday nightat Brannon is recuperating f--rv a
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,eptic tank installations except{ in isolated and do not constitute a health problem: New Paver They were disap- major operatkja. 1 yF

instances adds emphasis to .some'argument:* if building continues at its present rate the pointed to find that :Mr Scho- Surely glad to have Mrs K.rb>
already advanced for an extension of the "saturation point" may be reached at any field had been earned to the hospital Crews at church Sunday to'

present city limits of Starke. : time.The i: in Gainesville Tuesday, and Mr and Mrs. J C Cair. ,':-
heaith board cautions that "a septic hope that he is better now 1
The board announced this week that hence- Bell! were visiting Mr Betty F
facilities tank might appear to work well in one spot Bill Cain has returned home ,Kirby last Friday afternoon Mr fl
treatment -
lorth it will insist on sewage and will not work well ten feet away". It from the hospital in Gainesville Kirby recently received a letter
where there is: a "reasonable doubt"that added that extensive failures of septic tanks I iHe is some better, but will have from hubby Earl His new assignment -
septic tank installations will U- satisfactory and drain fields throughout the state have' to be a patient in bed for a few is in Brahms Ceranv: a.h

for housing developments. The complete been a matter of great concern. :Much of weeks> longer the replacement detachment I I ,..
text of the new policy is carried on Mrs Elzie Keene of Palatka
the difficulty has arisen from a misinterpre- Mr and Mrs Therman Jones
nine of this issue of the Telegraph. i visited and spent last Wednesday ///IIF/J'J'''_ -_
) and
|pace tation of percolation (ground absorption) land sons Eugene Julus ard
While admitting that septic' tanks might tests, the board said, and pointed out that and Thursday here with her (niece Shirley Jones were recent Quantity Rights Reserved -
t
I'nnr.iwd Thru M "
sat'
two nieces Mrs. L. E. Rathff and ; 'h I
be the only practical solution where houses "in many parts of Florida such }percolation jMrs.I i\'isilorsith Mrs. Jones parentsMr. I
Leo and Bill
are Mattered; and soil conditions are suitable recruits are not only meaningless but are 1 Dyal. nephew ( and :Mrs Eddie Norman in aw
the board now frowns upon such installations actually misleading." Cain and family !I Wiersdale. I 152 Call Street
Mr. and! Mrs. John Surrency
built in of JI Mr. and Mrs Mack are \:-,.:.
where home are groups Even if the city limits of Starke are extended had as their guest for the weekend I ng;
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flor more on comparatively small lots. it will not mean an immediate solution -! their son-in-law and daughter -:relatives in Miami Ipecjafe Starke, Florida

"Whenever economically possible| all subdivHions of the septic tank problem, for it would! Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzieand i j Sorry to hear that Mrs Mag K.e ,

( I should be served by a public or be some time before the city could hope to daughter. Dewanda of Jack- (Granny| Norman un't feeiuv;

community water and a public or community extend water and sewer lines to all areas included -''sonvillej |'i.'church.We well these. days We miss her at -- -

sewage :system" the boards report said. within its boundaries. But if the j Mr and Mrs A. T Andrews'
and sons of Hastings spent the ; took Sherman bark t(' Or BEECHNUT (Limit 1 Can, Please!)
The new policy holds much significance for limits are extended the first step toward I t l C
| weekend with Mrs. Andrews' Day in Jacksonville I Itt Felayjfor !:
Starke where most of the new residential solving! the problem will have been taken,( parents Lb Can 75
a check-up. He was \ei
the H. Wasdins. > plea>-
(tuiilding in recent years has been just outside fur certainly these services will never be,II Mrs. Leon Ellington and daughter -ied with the progress of Shen11,1" COFFEE E E

the city limits in areas not srrviced: by supplied to areas not included within the of Starke visited her parents, i
connections.. Although at city's boundaries. I foot.Mr.
water and sewer Mr and Mrs. George Rivers, Mon and Mrs Therman .Jones
day. 1Mr. I and sons and Shirley Jones were SWIFT'S (Limit 1 Can, Please!)

I Buyers Ask For A Better Pack :j I and Mrs Philip Vicari had i visiting relatives in Erookei Sun- Lb Con
.. weekend guests their son-in-
ias:
I day.Mr JEWEL E L 3 65C
Of course, its always easy to tell the other mdpoint of the retailer to standardize the i law and daughter. Mr and Mrs and Mrs Gordon Jones and

it-Mow what he's doing wrong but sometime packaging of such items into a maximumof I,I Frank Marotto. and children of daughter Carolyn were sightseeing -

:it to listen to criticism two containers these rigid enough to Jacksonville.Mr. in Daytona Beach Sunda
:* pays especially I and Mrs. Jennings Starling FLA. CRYSTAL (Limit 1 Pkg., Please!)
hazards of rail Mr and Mrs. Kirb\:: Callahan
if it's constructive. stand the shipmeht by or; C
>visited Mrs. Starling's parents in
Buyers and retail merchants. meeting recently truck. O'Crien last Sunday I of Jacksonville spent the weekend Lbs 3 9

with the Florida Fruit and Vegetable "Recommendation: of the group was? fora Ir and Mrs. Campanella had I II I with her parents Mr and Mt- SUGAR
Association asked for their suggestionson I gas Dr. and Mrs R. R. Crosby.
were flat or rectangular package that could be, guests Saturday I
of the State's fruit and Robert Coleman of North Carolina. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and
the improvement loaded and stacked easily, not only in ship-; I I
vegetable industry from their viewpoint. ment but in the retailer's warehouse. And t i baby and Donn Newman attendeda ALL-BRANDS Evap. (Limit 6 Cans, Please!)
Commenting editorially on the meetingthe the package has been tried and proven in recent -;, Mrs Philip steam had a lucky 1, family reunion at Leesburg

{Phut f'itv Courier said that the advice, with eggplant and bringing da\ when she found her police Sunday I Tall/ Cans
peppers
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coming as it did from the retail end of thehUSljh. excellent results. doj;. King, and wishes to thank All the farmers are real busy 39C
everyonevho helped her find him now setting pepper, tomatoesand
should be of interest to every "Second complaint by the retail people is tobaccoFishing

: anti producer in the East II ills- .the use of worn-out or used third-hand con- ASTOR 555
area. We think it will be of interest BetterCough ReliefWhen
tainer.- unless they are in good condition.Too Contest
-very grower and producer in I'rad- Florida vegetables are being ship Md fail to help ( Lb Can
many new drugs or
mty.IIt'n" ped in old containers that should be fed to your cough or chest cold don't delay. Has First Entry c 0 F r'E EE E 73C

how the (Courier summed it up: the bonfire. Using a poor container for vegetables Creontflsion contains only safe help- ,
Joe Gray, with a black h t.-
"Ulggt'-t fault expressed l by the retailers ful, proven: ingredients and no nar-
is like wrapping a Cadillac engine in I, disturb nature's It
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cotics
to process. .
weighing in at S pound 6 ounce.i
II. U. Hilton.
and one readily agreed to by a Model-T lody. goes into the bronchial system to aid
Plant City market manager, is the slipshod nature soothe and heal raw, tender, i currently top man in the fishing;
"A final suggestion by the buyers awl I I, inflamed bronchial membranes. GuarI contest the Trail
methods that many growers employ{ in pre- sponsored by FREY BENTOS DONALD DUCK
retailers would make it a requirement on al I I anteed to please or your druggist re- Ride Social & Recreation Cluh
.ciitiiiK their product to the buyer. ThFln-
funds Creomulsion has stood
grower-packed merchandise to have thgrower's (:, money. who is clerk the
li.iy. a in
rida vegetable industry aid they, lacks the test of many millions of users.CREOMULSiON.
name and address conspicuously .lain office at Humpherys Gold
iiiutv of thought and in rek't't -
purpose many
..| <. marked on all packages, along with tht: Corp made his catch in Big CORNED BEEF SALAD DRESSING
grades and size. iclic ts Coughs Chest Colds Acute Bronchitis Santa Fc !
"A t fine' e\ampl' i is found) in such items ...
cucumbers which are packed anti sold for "This would minimize or eliminate ..rlHrl..........

shipment' in baskets, flats, tubs, and crates. many indi l.'riminatlpractices that tend tc< tIr%
would certainly be more practical from the give Florida vegetables a bad reputation.:' From where I sit ... /J Joe Marsh 12-oz/ Can 39C Pint Jar 21 C


I Oh, Do You Remember .
"Biff" Falls for -
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The Republican: leaders who a few months (Cabinet rank could serve only to give tht' :- j '. .--. ,_ __ 'it )'

.trill were blithly promising elimination of administrator Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, ""i His Own Story --.. JJI' -- JOOI

unnecessary governmental bureau (among hi gger badge longer limousine, collared iI U. S. Govt. Beef
other promises, none of which has chauffeur larger administrative taff and I
many : *'.
wake
Riff Morgan's four-year-old whispers, uegim to materialize) are now railroading hence a bigger overhead, without adding out daughter Rusty i is something of a Daddy" GSaiE'AKiten LB 5 9

i (trough Congress: a measure creating a new iota to its service to the people." i I night owl. Slays awake! way past From where I Mt, Biff won't be CLUB

Cabinet I Department of health Education Not having had the opportunity to study. r her bedtime. so quick! to be a "chid; -care 'pe-

,nd ,\,1 fan'. the debated proposal we are in no position i I Every night Mrs. Morgan com cialUt" the next time. If we could

The legislation: : quickly passed the House to argue its merits. We are inclined to agree, plained about how hard it was to just resist being such "know it U. S. "CHOICE" Genuine Spring
where it i Rep. however, with : Bennett 1 alls," our neighbors would be I
was \igorously opposed by Rep. and Sen get Rusty to go to sleep. Finally
Charles 1 K. Bennett who denounced it as Smathers that the measure is nothingmort:'I! Bill derided to handle the situa- better off. Take those who would Lb
more socialist than even the most de-) or less than an expensive largess to Mrs,H! tion.n'one can get a kid to deny me a glass of beer with my LEG OF LAMB 63C

tatable legislation of the past twenty years. Hobby an attractive "Democrat for Eisen:I sleep takes a little patience! supper well I might not care
for the buttermilk '!leI/like. We
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The Jacksonville Congressman continued hu\ver" and influential Texas newspaper. Here hand me her storybook.

,opposition: | by taking the lead in opjx sing publisher who threw her editorial support t 0 I He grabs the book and goes all have ought different to realize abilities that and we different all. U. S. "CHOICE" Genuine Spring Square Cut

!the creation of the new department in hear to the General during the late campaign.My into Rusty's room. About an hour preferences, too.

!n :before a Senate committee which quickly the time this is in print, the act viiIikely I I later Rusty comes padding out in LAMB SHOULDER S L Lb 49C

approved it nevertheless (as expected). \ have passed a till-honeymooning Con pajamas and hand her mother" Q,'f "11'd..lt.J./i.
the book. "Read it quietly, she "
Rep. Hl'nndtas joined in his opjiositiontiy gre.
Senator Smathers who ;asserted! that the all is to arouse some rather wistful:; memoriesof .1.1'I "- -
Btturrt Foundation _.", _:.- _i_- .. 4IIiI
.-lex at ion of the Federal Security Agency to promised Republican retrenchment. Lopriht,195J, L mud States .: -

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( I'm Treasurer Park Sunday 1 1 RIB ROA.ST CHUCK ROAST


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\ h.tppena t'he: .t I! tA ::

in our Family' \ hll despite her u.hertedve.tlt: !!1 55 GROUP I 7" Cut! Lb Pound

.:and! prvresatonal success. i> ;>luiped ;: 49C 44CJ

mt. emotional turns >\:, help I

le:>si>' enmeshed in a gigantic T mier I .. _
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the
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p I "Sudden Fear" starnng Jia; I: (Phone >0 = Starke, Fla,
,:Craw>rd at the Park The.itr, Urisp lexas Ureen 1 lopCARROTS
Sunday and Monday
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1 In one of the outstanding ode s Bchs I IIi
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of her career Miss Cratfforptutrays : HASSOCKimilKiE( 44

J a woman pla>wrigh t. : CHAIR LAMP]

"It's easy to handle who finds happiness in her mar. : PICTURE: COFFEE TAHLE
a nag to a charming stranger Heware i One 33c Can ST A..WHIP FREE with 4 Pkgs. RUSOSTRAWBERRIES
household mat Ti I : un(; :2! EM) TABLES I
money shattered
is when she ur

ters, that I all expfotedly' learns of a pin t S Pkgs
now put kill her She realizes that the pUs en I E S 4 99C I

cash in the bank and pay st o perfect the culprts will neser ''- '
be suspected so she dreams ;,p
'''i- by check saves time, a counter-plot to thwart :htr K.,: A;;

'Wj and it's so convenient" ers q w Florida PascalCELERY ACE-HI Frozen

; Praying opposite Miss (."r.i: ,\: r.. j-'? I

1- is Jack Palance as a :.e'\\ tx:'" ..: .. _* I

iii oed:. .1.\ner,1\15 her> Gloria girl Grahame from t1:\'>,...\\ _-.t" t', s iS, 4 t E L E ORANGE JUICE Ii

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4 FLORIDA BANK at STARKE .. SUPERBRAND
., A..I suspense as the '1"'ir.' : Colored Quarte-s
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'' 'f'tfVTTf''Tf'ff TVTTTTHAMPTON Hampton, and Ernest Mai-h (,f ley of Theresa last Tuesday H W PnfSter r'f PalatkaA I rI j hris:,a' r.r ..... T'r1'd4! ; .. -- --.'-,,-\-. .- 1'.i.-.---K:-- ,I.-.. ----.'r.-eacnw..tfr.----- -- -- -- -----

Pompano. I I This week it met at tie: home of L N'az-Aorth. youngest son noon with 10 members I .r and f.l* tAe rrgl i a! In the \rt'C'f ola f'r; N.r". in the UradrorJ t.. .;;.". .. ,.
ha'"d .JJ..n't s':J .... ,',. .. ,, graph
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Mr and Mrs J G. Adklns MtIrs Eva N'azworth left for After the business meetJ : :; : :r. : ::r: On,
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Mr and Mrs Vernon Slade, .
I'I 1'r 1..11..1 "lOr: ::.t .r ," I .. : V- tv: 4 ,i..\ : M..- >
Rev and Mrs John Childress Philadelphia Sunday to spend Bble Study refreshments .. ,. ,. It. ,',.' '0>" : ivh;;
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were in Jacksonville on Saturday :are r"'I.Ir..J t : 'r .i \ '" "" : ( aYou ">KHtMKM ) 'T rirs ,\. .'..if'fc '
sorettme with hie; brothers, Frank served b ., .,
dinner
and sons were the hostess t
by MrVm. \V. Hammond Sunday I > i ) ur an nN rr oJr f'.a.1, : :Ja.. : '- .n- nt.,1 if 'f-r iir* .-.:" i* -'
and tIn Sunday :uited their 515.a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a. ,guesU of Mr and Mrs E. S and RolandMr. Mrs May. Sweene par.tn 1.4) "..th.r.d .l'A! ..... ,''.:,'' .\ -- r... f r 1i.-! .v : .t', L-pnty..' ., -w
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and Ruth of day
'Sibley daughter \ and Mrs. Wm Hammond :I Saturday ia I
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The home of Mr and Mrs ressa. i and daughter Willow Ruth spent i;wriU her daughter Miss
-a George Saxon was the for A family dinner was held at i I Mr. and Mrs H E.lcCee and ;I Sunday at the home of their son, Sweeney. Joan left I
setting
the home of the J B Adkinsa children spent the first of the 'Mr. and :Mrs. John Hammond on night for Dayton. Tenn
double birthday last Sun- I i I EverqjobneedspausefoCob
party
March 21. honor
Tuesday evening she will
(I week in Orlando visiting rein :Crystal Lake. spend a week
day rumoring Mr Saxon whose ing the 76th birthda of Mr Ad- : tives. I Mr and Mrs Oscar McGee assisted I,|sister. Norma, at Wm I I I
birthday wa Friday and Mrs kirutI I :Bryan University.
: The Baptist Pastonura is get- by Mr and :Mrs. Luke Carpenter i iI E
Saxon on Saturday I Mr and Mm Bruce Roark were jting along! nicely and will soon be I| entertained the Junior I school :\rw"
"s Club of the Baptist Church I The goals on our ba. ; 1 I

. Y Saxon Mrs Ellen Saxon, Mr evening I I Mr and Mrs John KnigM and I at a wemer roast Thursday evening i courts went up in a :
and Mrs E I.., BIn Mrs Inez The Christian Churl' h OI"lrI !v>n. Ronnie and Mrs. Joe For- About 35 attended I week Several of our
Offord, Holland: Payne, ail of ni" *ith Mr and Mrs E S.Ib- I I syth spent Sunday evening withMr i Members of the Junior Boys came interested in the .

and Mrs J Clemens and family :Club were In Green Cove Spnng I and before you could say. tii
at Heilbronn robe is on", the goals \
':Saturday andA. E'nt for a boat ,
Mr and Mrs J E. Adkins and .sight-seeing tour ,place T J Alderman '. I
granddaughter Jo>ee Beale. Clarence ,I Mrs S J Osteen is convalescing ;erously gave; the cypress II
NOTICE Adkins: and son Jimmie werein at the home of her parents I goal posts and had them I JI

I'alatka Sunday ,Mrand Mrs Oscar Davis afteran I ed to the school on (
Mrs Eva N'azworth is recovering I I operation at the Naval Base 'school boys peeled the I I
after an attack of pleurisy. I' |the poles and got them I
EVEUI'peron: who owns properly or Hospital In Jacksonville! She expects l
Mr ,t,1; i Mr, f r j Adkms and her husband to be dischargedfrom :painting. In the

has property under control as Holder, Husband: l/iiKt'i-r ; !I..'. ,,.-.. ,v.rtS'inda. service in about two weeks. :Alderman' hauled the I t tl
If"t -\Ik'li nrutherToRthM which had been donated by
H %V. Baker and farily have It I
Parent, Guardian: Trustee, Executor, Administrator L "'.ed from the home of the Wm. I intendent Morgan, for t,

ft immond's to the John Ham- ,boards On Wednesday II I
Attorney> should file a Tax; 5 I
Receiver, Agent ) .\
of len and L G Johns
Aftsf/y '" "" :i'l cottage on Crystal Lake. l!
Return with lour ('ounty'fat Assessor on or before Mrs iilmarten of the Farm t completed the goals and
(I' duty! spent the weekend at herh in place In the
t the First! Bay of April, 1'1t; : 666 'in, here ':'Home. with a group of tIi
C;
L M". f, P Waii1rth enter- measured off two courts, i tI
.. 'anej th., Ladies I'-un, ,1! t.: the the boys and one for the
Real K-
THIS return .should include: all IMVIB M TAAUTS UMI FAST nuu I IWI
Thursday' Mr Morgan
fixtures and other improvements gallon of paint for the i I '
tate with buildings
as soon as the balls ,...., /
thereon. FACTORY FACTORY dream will have come /

easy it is to do things when
APPROVED ENGINEERED one so anxious to help! r
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TIIK: returnhould: include all personal: jJ \ In
i! to everyone who has: l

property in your poxsession such u; Stocks of I SERVICE V PARTS I plan for the happiness of
i dren in Hampton.
Merchandise, "Fixture, Farming Equipment, Uu'tofk I _______________________ __________ __ | Mr Allen and Mr .'
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,Washing{ Painting Repairing Reconditioning lour dinner guests onV
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and all other Tangible Personal! Property,
!'\ I JMrs. George Williams ate
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(along with a return of all Intangible/ Property, I II I I with us on TuesJaWt lI
BRAKE TIRES IGNITION more of our patrons o

this includes Stocks. lands Mortgages, etc.) TESTING AND STARTER I I our school and eat with us

BRAKE l Mrs W. W, Hammond
TUBES GENERATOR; I
LINING I seventh grade room n: 1
ONLY) persons" who reside on their properly F F..l.tREPAIRS; SALES BATTERIES I assisting Mrs Perkins in \) at

and in good faith make the .same his or her AND ALL ELECTRICAL I; ing the eight grade play !

i BOny WORK SERVICE SERVICE Kindness is greatly -
permanent home :should apply for Homestead: Ex: I I Mrs Perkins has such a ; t qk., .
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emption. : she can't spend much time
Complete Lubrication ServiceDODGE
ing the play. The / e work Ivticr l -nn l have
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FOR own benefit if there has been I the patrons in ;
jour JOB-RATED TRUCKS as this certainly make> 7 .-- __ 'j more fun doing itwhen you
any change in your Property, (Real or Personal: one happier. -
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Reconditioned Used Cars and TrucksWe 1Jslceoy and lass _' / work rcfrctlull.'I'hat's why

please report this to jour Tax Assessor before 'an Arrange Financing: On Major Repairs two University of i c d -._ the jxiiifv that refreshes
dents who are interning at b
April 1, 195:1.: I
I visited our school Monday with ice-cold Coai-Cola
I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. week They accompanied .
I'ersil super\i.sor. P T :: has iKroinc sudi a happy
I showed Miami Herald ,
GENE LONGTAX 600 Temple A\e. Phone 69 I around the world
I X, ff ?. S The fifth grade is still custom:

I strong on growing gardens
ASSESSOR YOMl. DODGE Pl }MOUTh DEALER enthusiasm sterns to
i carried over into the ,'
"I Borneo UNDER AuiHoiifr or THE COCA COLA COMPANY IT
Mrs George Williams our J
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has planted a
postmistress
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I '_ole" n o gntered trade mark f" 1 I9i3. TMI crxAC IA t" MrANir'
and George and Howard
,two sixth grade boys not

outdone, have planted v I -
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GROCERIEStan
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H.-mptiiii! is espeitall nugi
at this time of the >ear. '

CHANCE TO BUY :oaks here and are clothed there may in past be \\11e{-I' L U MEATS

:snow white of the do \)
FEED
THAT I the flaming red of the

I Mocking birds, robins Phone 339.J 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
and the red birds
Ithrush ting from tree to tree i
I loudlv Spnng ts here" 'i .wyyyyw. . . .yyyywyyyyyywyyyyyyyyyyy. . . . . . .. WWWWW. . _._._._._._._._.__________._._' _._' T.n.rnYELLOV
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the pi tn re a group of \TIIS STREAK: LEAN WHITE i HOSE
I boys wh'bthng! merrily as I
to and from school and Ib

_,; r From ihiMren time have We it haxeroxed Hampton are sorry in the and the BACON 23C fLOUR IbsSPAGHETTI $1.89I


!si-tv nl Thev ere well ,
F t\(1 HEn KLI I n & I 1) I
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$370 Ib ]

,..fin' : .1'0I''a-:\1& FRYERS 47C ,151-207.
In (Irrull < <>nr( llrndfiird. I
I KliirMn: In EASY TERMS :hrn' ) i: it ut'n<-, 1'1..111' I (OOKPi; With Tomato Sauce and Cheese
''SlIh 'V-' I It-f.' ndant
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$100 With Application Nnllif. TnIIP..r .
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$100 Starts Construction t-: A 1 65C

Balance On Possession ---= FOR SALEFLORIDA RICE 5 Ibs 59CFLA.

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44 $ AL.00 Month SWIFTS pun: REAMER'BUTTER : I


Includes Insurance Ib NO. :30.1 L\
STRAWRERRYM'RSERY 59C'.
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$10 Per ThousandF. TOMATOES 1 DC

THESE HOMES HAVE ALREADY BEEN APPROVED BY THE 0. R.RMOX 001); SlOhEDSAUSAGE I
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O Large LotsEngineered a Sliding Closet Doors FOR EGGS 43C : w

a O Drainage 6 Forced Air Furnace SMdhEDILUOXF

Landscaped Hardwood Floors TOBACCOHAIL *
SQUARE F 28C HJF.-H (,1. MEAL
9 Alun1inun1Vindows 9a Plastered Throughout

Tile Baths Youngstown Kitchens Ibs !
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TELEPHONE 3: :'I.J WEHE OPEN fresh Mullet, Speckled
Hardy Brothers Motor Co.

: Gen. UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK ,SATURDAY NITE. Perch & Bream & Pink

600 TEMPLE .\"E. Shrimp and OystersWE
Phone 2S5 116 THESE PRICES ARE GOOD THRl'
' ALLIED HOMES, INC. FOR tFOItN.1T10CALL ,.\, 37591 i, WILL HAVE THESE THRU
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r.\r.p; FOCll COr"T1' TELEGRAPH STAKKE FLORIDA

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r 'III I I I I' 1 Brookins-Hodges.. Woman's Auxiliary Garden Club Plans ten dais :pnr.g tt.way: .:.,: 11 j'--H.- '.: -' --A -i--.;.n -s-t.. .-.--- -<-.a- ;V: < \. ', '

1 Plans Tea 9 you see net beauiJuJ: :,tr.rig c: 1Cednewat a.;.J Lava: .
April Hut
1, Musical Comedy : bas e th .Red : ) !> =-tar.airg:; hits ., .i'Mecelebrating : -.- \
1.-- > her 71st .
1 brthdaUv. LAW "cr: Kf-. ,t-h .,
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caught the >: > :
The Woman of StMark's | other da> in Santa ddFridaxi
1 Auxhar
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'Flying High'. musicalcomedy Snth. Jr
a Parker
! 1 !I tFe"* the and TVivn.v S..1t- ,..., .
Episcopal church met Mon- largestN'righed in at z\f A sirall: :
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skit. will be netgh.borho .
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presented by party ome c>: the ,
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15 1Ibs.:! >ngv '::
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1, f .".. ..+E .iay afternoon and made further the Starke Garden Club at the you be- Tharrda't'nm nn h.s 12th rrxlu ct'- .-.L ,. ,..
_c'. d the after Easter i jheve it Red has a picture of the birthday 4 ]l "
: t : secs for tea to USO on April SOth and May 1st anniversary Mrs W : .' '
i b.- given Thursday. Apnl 9. in the it was voted at the Club's monthly I sting to prove it sorry to D Dtxon W'!, .*..' <-:-:-*-... '.- i h: .a: ,
Gladys Moot y -- Parish House on Church street. i hear that Charles and Ruby Shepherd cipiful Via lo TSEll th. "'
: 10 > .'.
;! meeting Monday evening in given r .f .1"t' ,
' Phone 35 1 :;>., ...... rIf .,j This Friday concludes the lenten the Parish House and family are moving to her bher da.-h'tr: 1\irot h, _.'<- ;

......,................._....#.....#_-------- _. t, ..: .1, -S" ;uppers sponsored by the Auxiliary The musical comedy, to raise ;I Tampa address will Saturdaytheir be 601 ne.I '.\ Ford r nor hrlK'iiv: .. V "..\ v ? \
Y -'". ...' .f.R The suppers have proven to funds for the club will be u....'d Wilenf')' and Hear ;K.<- K ':-.. >. .;
Reddish I BPW 1..ari. be such a success that the AuxIliarY i jthey will have a TV branch st.'!"e _
Mrs. Drew Members s. instead of the usual garden show, I'-t '..t' .' :"" .." .. '.
voted to make it an annual jat 5S01 Florida Ave Ch:.i-'e'! \
I Honoree At ShowerIn j Hear Rep. ConnerOn ',,11'i_' affair. which is annually given by other saYS i that he will spend 'W.l: .f
":, # Garden Clubs Also during" the
1..'..:.' ,daS a wevk bark here .it :*'er: .
Parish HouseThe LegislationBradford i.I s.. 1Y The District President of thWoman's i business meeting: which was presided -
local
.. ....... I store have yo'\. *p,>-e\i
; called meeting
Auxiliary a -
I .'. ): '., ... .:: over by the president Mrs !i i that beautiful blacke rMt lOANS
parish (louse Church RiEl.
on county Representative. of the social relations chair- ( R F. Vour.g the following
"'reet 1oI.1tt h.. scene of a delight-: I Doyle Conner was guest ." d.; ,; .. .,i .rren and presidents of each branch 1 appointed on the nominating com wt'ff'i|!!Maggie Miller is spor.n'days' : :r.'""
) | I know ,
"ui! :, I'". rlUneuiu ihower TharBrtA. : I speaker at the March 16 evening ". to a meeting on Thursday in mitteeMrs: Cora Quattlebftum. j I wh did: ,
I .. ,.: i Ilt you want to know
-." -n.ng of wt week" honor- I meeting of the Starke Hiur.r.ess ... ," ; i Gainesville Those attending from Mrs C. A. Parham, and Mrs. a.H K sr.oo
I I
uff Mri Drew F Reddish land Professional Women's Club .: > '.- t) 'Starke were: P.PR.. E. Mac- L. (). Hazen There was also a I Glad to hear that A.Ji! Aand..r :. \- to 5300.00 ,
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Hfmti-t-ju-. for the affair were Mrs. i legislation Chairman Adelaide .' .1 Bla-ne. Mrs Cora ..aattlebau.'I1, i discussion of beautifying the I! is up and putter:.r.e: .Lr," : din

R h Andrews, Mm .Maxie Carter, I Cro-A son was in charge of the program '': Rev and Mrs[ Orville Brooliindof Miss Clara Leaman. Mrs Mattie newly finished Temple avenue heer garden again after t'ng

Mra M K Hazen. Mrs E L. I and introduced Mr Conner. ]iI Hampton announce the engagement -I G4hagan and Mrs. Cottle. .:wayside and the Parish House ,,to bed over the weerkeruibeen
ON
.frKrught, Mrs. Cecil Sewell. Mrs I who crrrtnen-led: the Florida Federation and approaching marriageof !I grounds. a lot of chicken r".t.-. FURNITURE CAR

W E Tilley. Mr J, P Tomln- cf WW Clubs for their their daughter, Yvonne, to Evan Easter Hunt I !I lately -- those confined! :i-' 1_- ,i lt
.
Egg j Mrs M F Hazen. program I II OKALMOST {
ton and Mrs M F WigginsArranKemfnt I I adopted. resolutions urging support W Hodges Jr., son of Mr and Mrs I. Katherine Col.tn. :'Iiarh.b..I1
chairman. presented Mrs H. B )
of spring flowers of legislation to improve Evan W. Hodges of Brooker The! The Junior Woman's Club is Pevton who pave an enlightening !Ritch. and Sheltie!! Hai:! .t.OTIIER lYl'F OF 1.0.t t V

!conditions at the State Prison ", 'ed.:1lng1111: be an event of June. Delores McKnight .> fr '. .
onxiKt noht larkspur. roses and giving an Easter egg hunt for the demonstration and talk on nc/w |Fla is r: me : THAT t FITS }r()ill ..R'EE'DSvvvvvvvvvvnmvv.vvvvn.v.vvvvvvvvvvvvvnvvv
babv breath were used in decratnj Farm for Women and proper use children of the Junior club members -Southern with the murvp .

; .h.' lounge The fireplace I of the Forest Hill Correctional1'I: PresbyterianVomen Saturday afternoon at 3:30: to make corsages. Mrs. Peyton {little Johnny Albritton h.t- !h....:'
: used flowers in season for hers I
t> 4iMd wIth magnolia boughs Institute and of the Uniform Support o'clock at the home of Mrs. Rich- demonstration.At confined to bed with ,i -.".i-c .1MI'N1'S( ) \M() i>,vnsorp\uuyix: : \Hlt 1\t.IIi: i

'111'h.* mantel was centered with of Dependents- Art lie explained Install Officers ard Fowler on N Walnut street cold and regretted i to ;> ti! TO SI t IT Yon: ( 0\ E\IE\.E: : :

/I pllur!, holding burning white briefly a few of the bills I both corners of the speaker's that Charley Johns w .t.s 'tk.-. :"

.*" The refreshment table r-which will probably come before The Preob>tenan Women of the!1, The Presbyterian Church Easter table were potted orchids aid St. Lukes hospital Monde. te AAAAAAaAA.AAAaAaAaAaaAAAAt1AAAA114 1LaJ1.i1.1A...

">. i. ..i la..! with an imported this session of the legislature, beginning Church met Tuesday evening for' egg hunt will be held Thursday other lovely arrangements of l fling with a gall bladder at: i r.
:I their monthly meeting In the Sunday -. afternoon. April 2. at 4 o'clock'! Spring flowers highlighted points | STARKE
LOAN
7 and the
uiwork 'loth and centered withaHiHti. I April way in 1 School I II i I I Surely was nice of t :'hi- > & FINANCE CO.
building. thtchurch for all
on grounds members of interest throughout the lounge.
in arrangement: of deep I I which, they would affect our local Mrs Robert Paterson the beam Class. of the B..pt-T: O :!, '.

red r-,'*">< in a silver! (,ODt I I citizens These Included the leathern I devotional and Mrs W gave S. 1IcI -':' The Pioneer of the Sunday and Senior school das classes.members During the social hour the to go by Michael Shop; II !: t P, ,iii-d! \t t ,tno\ .1 I'h ii in.K \

Two' IM htl l silver ,- int'r'l pay raise, aid for the age I Ahley ltd in prayer. Pkev. McAliley art invited to assISt. hostesses served refreshments Monday afternoon and !'e''.:. '

n"l li' .' burning white tapers group 1& to 65 who are unable to installed the following new o fic- 'celebrate his 7th bate ... "1 l.-L) I I''

'iank i
:. it..!Id dainty< sandwiches trol on bad check artists, the I president; Mrs W. J Kppen. Woodman Circle I;I I little Mike :is coni: 'd! "

..JI..,. and mixt-d nuts Pouring proposed abolishing of the fee Jr., Mrs Evelvnn Cooper chm.I' .-! i East Side Baptist Church you know, with rheiiira'! : "
The Woodman Circle met Tuesday

KuM.si.ir 'f'.. from a silver service system for some county officials j' Church ExU-ntion, Mrs Herbert'! in Gamf's\;llE"111 have an anniversary Pat Hobbs to---! ,'. ,! L.! '
with the MrsJ
*ii Mrs P I). Reddish mother- and the pros and cons of new taxes I'Green; corr. secy : MM. Carl Wynn,' F.night Jaudon. president Plans celebration on Sunda. bIrthday on W,-- presidmn were
in w : 'hI' honor guest.sirs particularly on dog race tracksin chm Spiritual Growth; Mrs Lon-' made for attending State Convention March 29. All interested persons; I( att'tn t .'Ubratnl n- J .' :.

Fis'iii McKnight greeted the State. In answer to questions I r.ie Fullw'od thmChristian Education -'' at Lakeland in, April The' are invited There will be a Tutdawith! ":.," i': "

tits i' t the door and in the re- put by the club members, ; Mrs. I/ester Crews hiS-! sermon in the morning, dinner at
chatter was draped:: in honor of .
e> mg line were Mrs. Drew Mr Conner stated that lobbyistsIn I torian; Mrs Kalph Yarbray chm.-I National President Tally) who died. noon and a gospel singing convention -

UeiiUish .in<} her mother Mrs. the state capital are helpfulto I annuities & relief. The other officers : will be held in the afternoon -
in February and the n Ptmg ended -!
Mamie 1...,u F.d+tards of Jacksonville the legislators if they truly who were elected for a two 1 '
with a social hotfr The next
I THEA IRE
Mm M F Wiggins and I'represetn the facts He said mostof year term list year remained in ml'etmgwill be held April 2S. -- Keystone Heights

Mrt.1.lee Andrews of New River the l lobbyists have been in office. I .

and Mrs J 11 Tomlinson Mrs Tallahassee for some years and Mrs Wynn and Mrs. Carrie'' I! Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L John f VY --- --- ---- -
better informed regarding our Ward hostesses Executive Board In.. Sat. Mar.: J7. _'x Sun.. Mon) Mar. L'!I. .CO{()
are served
M F Hnren muted guests to the refr'Sh-1 :and Leonard M. Noogel spent(

tea tabor Assisting the other government than some of the new ments during the social hour. I I .Monday in Jacksonville and Tuesday -
The monthly meeting ot the ;
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hostesses in serving and caring legislators sent there. Their information in Gainesville .
Starke Woman's executive
Club
for their were Misses is complete and thorough State ConventionOf | {/
guests board will be held Thursday after-1! Mrs John H. Walker is in Glendale tscmWDOlPH

Maxine Andrews Marria Kay 4 on the subject- In which WMS March 24-26 noon April 2. at J'30 o'clock in i I hospital Palatka recovering .St ',q

Hazn Lu Green and Clair Jean (they are interested the club house. I from t a blood clot I I
Mrs. Junius Smith spoke brief- I -
Mundy I \
The State Convention of theWoman's 0 N T1 1
The many lovely gifts were on 1 ly on the current Red Cross Drive -, WARNER \ El\

display on lace covered tables I I and asked the local club to solicit Missionary Society of BROS \ '"n 0
Baptist Churches was held in A14 i CA\H d
which were centered with china the employees of city business !

swan vases holding sweetpeos.: places by March: 31 for their con- the First Baptist Church Jacksonville krJ4h4r; .. \ H
March
242526 at 10a.
Mrs. L J Green played: piano tributions. This was discussedand Always in style \\H6
made for the solicitation g i J \t
plans S
hours, m.Tht'
selections during the party featured u n ;-.... Easter Wishes on handsome I
7 30 to 9 o'clock. by club President Mildred speakers during I I .. I \ GV t N A H
Miller and the three days were Dr. BakerJ. Hallmark Cards fTErH L t"l
the Sapp with Margaret I oil' Oi-OR
The hostesses presented recent Cauthen Foreign Mission I! Suir hated to hear that the Supply Faye Paulk is part- \ \\ '\,. ,.,' yN N\
Pat Lambe. W \
ladle
bride with the gravy now at
Other guests were Mrs Helen Board; Dr. Court Redford, home( I' pet-hater of the town is loose timing at the Florida Theatre as ;tt: i n.E: { CICIIlt1 'IU I'll'

from memento her chosen of the silver occasion.pattern asa I Egan of Keystone Heights, a Mission Board: Dr. Camille 1\t'II\: \ again and is spreading pOIson 'I relief girl Carrie Ward who I j .IIUIII _._. I" I _. -.1>,.

I former member of the Syracuse, Fa-: .ous Juvenile Court Judge around for family pets to devour ,, has been cashiering at the Park I \\KI).. Till R. \PR1I. 1 -'

Invit.- to attend the shower N' Y. I5PW Club and her guest and author; Mrs W. C. : I poor Blackie, the McKnight's theotie, is quitting next week and I Ii

were I IM) .:uesta. Mrs. Januson of Syracuse, also a Missionary to Nigeria i ; Gl\'anta'i six year old dog fell victim of the I i i going away for the summer RANCHO NOTORIOUS

UPW member liam McMurry. poison on Monday and Cree-t :i Mae Mersereau has resigned from '
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It was! decided that future Director, and others.Associational Dixon's cocker got a dose of it. i i the Tax Collector's office and is I

meetings will begin at 8 p m. as officers from the i but was rushed to the vet in time i j going to enjoy retirement IIOXE I 265 STARKK. FLA. Marlene Dietrichrlhur) Kt'nntdMel Ferrer

.rf day are getting longer Desta New River Association attendingwere to save him hear that several' L>lee Anderson is home on 15! .

Dyal reported on ticket sales for Mrs. Jarres Thomas presi- cats in the same neighborhoodalso I days' leave before reporting ti I I -

the Annual Spring Fashion Showto dent Mrs. S E Sparks Com- (t'1I'ictim to the poison I Quonset Point. R. I for the next

YIStreamline be given :March 26 and requested munity Mission chairman Mrs W. surely would hate to see some :year hear that he is taking
DO
that all tickets and money L. Andrew Mission Study chairman toddler who prefers to eat mud''' back with him wife MaIm*' and r SHOPPING

be checked in to her by Wednesday and Mrs. J. R. Kelly.' Stewardship pies to Mon's cooking get ahold (i I children and they will live in

evening. March 25 at chairman.Hamburger. of it which they could you i!i Hamilton. R. I. saw Florence
AT
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-=- \ which time she will be in Koch's know let's hope this. "madman" I i''Brown home over the weekend

Drug Store for this purpose Mem- I Fry i is caught soon from FSU. and Helen Haines and

berg were asked to assist with I Seee Norman Hart: ilton i i- now> Joan Tenly will arrive Saturdayfrom
At Lawson Home
dress rehearsal Saturday mornIng working at Farm Home and Auto Mars Hill College. N. C for CANOVA'STHE

in the theatre {!' The Intermediate Training __u__ I

your Mildred Doyle and Thelma Din- Union Dept. of the Baptist church

kins will be in charge of stage held an outdoor hamburger fry at How Do You Get The
ONE-STOP STORE FOR YOUR
Fire Insurance decorations. Poster and advertising the home of their leader Mrs.

arrangements: were made. Ewell Lawson Thursday eveningj]

The group voted to send $5 as a of last week. After supper, games':, MOST' WATCH EASTER ITEMS AND SUPPLIES !

SEECharley gift to the Macclenny BPW Club i were led by Mrs. Guy Lee spon

for use in furnishing their recently sor. FOR YOUR MONEY?

paid for club house. I Nineteen young folks
E. Johns President Sapp appointed the I the outing including the Young I II EASTER BUNNIES Wonderful Selection

Agency nominating committee with Ruth, (I, People's department members who!

Broadway, chairman and Madge were muted guests i ELGIN OfEASTER
1'bIQf' IS STAKKE FLA. iI
MKUleton and June Brownlee as l I
50c 1.50
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this business
members. Following : Birthday Party i CARDS

a..., ..... session and refreshments the meeting were served adjourned by I I jAt Darnell Home The Gift Of A Lifetime I 2-98 5-39

'.....- tlng THE TRAVELERS Hirtlord hostesses Ruth Broadway and
I Mrs. G. W Darnell entertainedat I
-- ('tiyt's' Green. a small birthday party last America's Finest Watches II I EGG DYE' EASTER BASKETS

Friday afternoon for her son,

i i Duhba. who was celebrating his 20C up

.; i j seventh. birthdayA ELGIN \WATCHES SAVES YOU MONEY Norris and Whitman

blue and gold color mitif was

earned out in the table decorations -

0 eSPECIALS s, Ga.T.es were played in the With The nrn.Power Mainspring CANDIES We Carry

yard and prizes were awarded to
That Will Xer? Break
q
e t '';tM': ldme Gay. Chuck Shepherd
; From 55c to 4.00
amt Putty Anderson.
SAVES YOU MONEY LADIES HOSIERYVisit

ELGIN WATCHES
Miss Marie Taylor is in Glen- EASY TO REPAIR

Inle!: Hospital Palatka recovering Our
98c 1.35 1.65COSMETIC
fn appendix operation
>m '
SA\ ES YOU MONEY

a. ELGIN \WATCHES DEPT.
MtTirK EASY: TO BUY
I. Y+w +r+Na ,, I'uMuwill! take n. > "
I it: card of (i'nuni\ ,\'m.f- .:,."'- LADIES)
ITliJf..rd: e'unt'FI"rlda w',: i; Leutherec
8L .' I"\ to the 185J; Irfgi>latur<> ..f t. 1 Bot{ ) (.liT BEFOUEPHIL 5th
I .- iu for the enactment of .1 g. :'. Tussey NYLON BAGS
I I PICTURES ..,w under whIch members cf su '
8 10Portraits S.\\ ES YOUGET $5.00
x 1 i'J would receive a "3! That's Our 9
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,,110000 per month. This. iUh Dorothy Grey
liuaineSS 153. 298'TTTTTTTT
I Hollis V. K'1ic"t.I Coty'sYardleyg
03x51s County AttOl ,It'\' ; YOURS NOW
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ELGIN WATCHES
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3.00 FOR{ EASTER
>orit 1: THrrr.u
'I. OlrruU Court, Rmdford County,
| KIarM.: In kaarery. THAT SPECIAL Ol'CASIO.NBIRTHDAY Max Factor SUN GLASSES
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I.iur T Kf1: ) r'.ainTiffV! !
9 !< >. .V. Kelley! lirfrniint. OR GRADUATION
J Case N"-' >?iJotlce ::
, 5x7Three > Topjwar SANE S5.00 l.oo2OO3.00
GIFTS
,j T. Writ* X Krlley. wh ,"* r- .
den.-a a..d address :a. Ellerson. Vftgnla. .

;'.j} Three ForT ForE :Tour. are hereby notified that a. Large Selection To Choose From China Hand Painted Ya...(Sc

0 *Ult' f'i' Flamingoes UMBRELLAS

teti 3-00 6.00 hu DivorM been flied against you In the I Priced At $33.75 to $295.00 \ S Beach Towel*
r; \ atx>ve named Court and cause and i
0 USE OUR 1.Y-A\VA Y PLAN 1 S OHIt.hh Trays _"
- you are required to serve A copy of j jur
...., >.,.. answer or r-Wadmir., to the com- I I I S Ice Tea Glasses 2-98 398f fUff-
..-.a ;>!aint on the 1"' 'n"if jO At'<'rrev.Lloyd
I JU Jf-i: nark Buildi.is.I :;, .' Ry Corninj;
I Jacksonville. Florida. See Our Window DisplayED
Chris J. Newbern Studio : and f'tthe nr-ei-al! fn the pffe: r' TTTYTTYTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrrT
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i, the Clerk of the C-r uit! eMir e-i
''r before the !: day of \;>" ': '
; 1933. otherwise the allegations cl SIMPSON btiil 1 \
' Near I I'ostoffire Starke Fla. JtntLKi
,;;i Hrown BKij/: -- cAd Complaint will be taken as e'"nf..d -
by >ou. Canova Pharmacy
l! HOI-RS WEDNESDAY:( 5 P..N. 8:30: P.M. |,| once Th's!each!! note week! shall for four be con publ'-h ec.'r.e! ; : "The Home of Fine Diamonds"

= SATURDAY 9:30.1.1. S I'M. ''I weeks in the Bradford County T '.e.

-- G I ntlb Plied thin 21 day of March. H3 STARKE'S LEADING JEWELER CALL ST. PHONE 160 STARKE FLA.

1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) diaries A. Darby
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court I I IERADFORD
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE." FLORIDA
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Dr and Mrs Leir.vir. I' ,
ia.er the weekend ;
tai Mrs J W Andrews i Friday and Mrs. W .c .>

1 Mrs E. F Miles is t' also spent from .S-- i I I
b ,r
I -. 'T>f this weekend after ; ) with the Colsons
i I and Mrs. L. D. Vrr: 1.
lRf THE NEWS =r> .n;; an operation in
" I weekend M-
guests
j;ent'j hospital on as .
-- --- I I-filter Mrs Charles % Walter Timmerton Nf

r Mr and Mm P. M ii-i-efn,) 'er.d.njf thO' 10 & t'n's' .Miami. is staying Fred VIning and CK. .r .
At'' r I Miles dur.ng her all of Stockton. '; i T'
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Sunday in Sander:. v.iK .gt' dinner: t' ';i4 Ig.on: hail.atnrsy.lie '
rn' 1-ltark; flf xilk.I.. ] will also have a'* j '
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Mrs W F Barefoot I ]tit ThIJr>>d4) e\'e- j --- -
JJ M ar.i
week. r
Mr and Urn Marion Eldr and''ring were Dr and Mrs A.Covington. Y. ,I'( tt..n Dr--, rwlur first of next Ann I ,., .. tli thru Stturd.l
: weekend. only at I>iUV Proctor Snow of Dub'!:!!. G t Page Grape Jam Ib Jar n : f1 : t'ft'\tl\t' %
tabfit IJN ..t'r. Colo are living : Mr and Mrs W If of P: Manh >:
N. McCornack
: Mr and Mrs W L Irs. C

homes in one at of Kingsley the C. H Lake.Nasworthy Mr.1 dr Graham.-ws. Mr Mr and and Mrs Mrs Arch Guy Thosri An-, !:'turned to their home after in r.'i I T Bell. HI of and Skokie.her sister Ill! will!l Mrs tr- Ann Page Elderberry Jelly 12 oz Glass \ _i-<.ut! 11-\\ ilM In lorn King;
Ga Saturday
the Air Jr Mr and Mrs I E Clark !i'fr.. on
Elder IS retired from I I Wt"f' 5''lInt wth their Thursday to be guests .>f Our Own Tea 1-41b Package SLICED BACON lb 53c
. Fu rre 'and Mrs John Grew, Mr and :'In. other frrr.'"
Mrs L. D'imng and Mr C F Ward and
Rioter ChUk*. Tbiirodapi ltay tonP. I rand Mrs T rHazl'n : chick d.1)t Sultana Salad i t't'k: I ri rt'n lk'ndt'.
.lh \t"n Pint
and Mrs James O Dressing
Mr
Jr
and Ken Suslow
2nd. At SUtrunk'n.Mr : ...+. I COD FILLETS Ib 17c
and Mrs Kay Saunters ar Attending the Horse ShowGainesville in ;Jr and daughter Mayan ,
I: Jacksonville lttd Irs H M. Griffin and Mr- C
Ann, visited! Mr. last Friday were b1 lr of
daughter Mary and son. Billy: of YOUR CHOICE 19 iprr Ki' ;ht Sliced
iplns' mother, Mrs Mayrce ( Deas
Sanndera' mother Mrs. II. 3Crten ,and Mrs V V Hazen and family;
JE'sts of Mr anJ BEEF: LIVER Ib 39c
were
night
in Lake. City on Sunday.Mr i and Agnes Lawson.1Rar'k .% last Friday
and Mrs Thomas Colao i I of spring Suito fur Mr and Mrs Ear E T. J Griffin last Fnda\

Mr and Mrs Cecil Douglas from Ft Ja k-"r FUNKS lb cello 45c
Starke and Mr. and Mrs Frtenk.ns '<] Smith. Mama KI\Y, and son Darrell. \ returned
: of Jacksonville went I t tn Hazen Martha andrum and Leo Edward-,! : the (, r wh.re Mr Johns re ?.\ei i WI eth Beans Ib can --
J"fl'1f'O Kathenne ,.. P .nd \ discharge !rom the :\1-: CHILE 73C V/altM Brand Pure Pork
"Iatka Sunday to we the Kellv attended the Di-: Fein.indr.: t wruh was fK .' tponM. trlrt Hand Meeting In Jai ksovillr Tf'. .' ,! hii ::' .-. 1 r :., for '!he P"5'n r. SAUSAGE lb 35c
.' ,_ .' ;,.- i" 1-.j 1 H .' : _
Mr Janie Avery was ailed I IVianta. to lat Saturday :,11,1! I H.,-" !i. !. .">. : 1f .. '! -
Ga lat week due to the : Mrs T M Dews and! (.hlldr..n f f'.i'.. !) M. .. '! '. .r. .' h' KM I l Daily Ht" ",.in" Oli\e or I'trklex' and
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KutseyUKDIIIXftS lot Edison. Ga were guests ',f -'!_ I Ib can for
4!n- ... DOG FOOD 3 25C
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:"
our "IJW'laltl \lev and Mrs W S MrAIH<. !.11 & I IIII

( hrl. i. NVwIaTn Studio, Itn.witl.lq. n last FridayMr I ,
.. near (Iw..t (jfft'... and Mrs Walter Will., : -

!w....rWder\ and baby are I IA I- ,,01 Tallahassee were visiting M I' ;J l I tJ lona Yellow ClingPEACHES _

..O 'ustt AH! thi!
.a'f'S J M Mitchell: on SundayMr I o1 J-2 con
Mr uiiJ Mrs Cecil Sew.-H and and Mrs D. !S; Cook anl Dedicated To Community Service 27C 1

MURhti'r I'am."re In Game! I von of High Springs were visits "Molere lU-iler Than K\.-r"

ue .U.!> S.mday visiting friends friends here on Sunday '
.'nenfl and Mrs. 1' I) Iteddismo I (;..t ) .)" dlif I.. clay day ri.t If }ou find jour name concealed) in t the Florida Theatre t Ad RoseTOMATOES .
Sugar
inrut Mike. John and Glen run1.'". cut ad out and present: it to o\ Office for FUEE; : TICKETSSat. CAKE

,mi Hut h Smith and Mr. an] n..v. and Mrs W S MrAlil..\ : 1 I' No. 303 can (
I .. Mar. > ONI/ Y Tiie*.. \\ t'd. Mar. N. \pr. 1 OC'B
!..InIt I, Reddish and son Keitl and son. am18It.e.J Of an,1 S'
ujovril. n punic at Cedar Keys on :Mrs M I. Kokomor in GannilIe -, IU(. DOl) lUI I: rrTl( UK 25c
.
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Sunday I \- on Monday -.
Mrs J S Sapp and Mr and Mn T. F Landrum and dauiil oat .1416 <|j RAMOOIPHISCOITi \ Head i .inu-l I PecanROLLS
Large
Mm Hill Tillejr and children wei ter. Frances, attended the olwlIhou5f' .-
m Ja. k4.nv11Ie\ shopping on Tue! and reception at Spnngfu-\ I Head i 29c

anti Hall in Gainesville on Sunday \ \ LETTUCE E 1 OC II
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I IU'U of **UU. N>l..n ami Mr and Mrs Jack F Sienn PiYW w m !
I tt VI&RNER _
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fur raw
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Potion |)rrM H, r "' and daughters. Peggy and Marth 1 1 BROS. k
"....kend 1 only' at I-II! &... recently moved here fron: Ja('1 1lonville ANDSUPERMAN ...,14d.P" --- "
I .. I PUSS BOOTS
Mrs Y A Harm and Mr an} and are occupying ti. --,-; I Sno White

Mrs Fr.*l Harris and family c.f ''I.ong house on Tenth St Mrs G'' .& Head
wt're'lslUnK Mr an<. will he to ('01i J'l
,atnf''Il1t' ;ik-mer secretary ANDMOLEMAN P I CAULIFLOWER 15C
if'!.' .
Mrs O.. J. MrCriff.\ Sr. and Mi i J A. Griffin at Camp Rlandmg I
1 C AT
and Mrs. Ix-x Green on Sunday.Mr Mrs I. D Green Mrs Hem! TECHNICOUORI'lus ,'
and Mrs AI I Carroll oJdckjtonvillr .tta Hunt and Mis A. F Saul,,
were Sunday guest '"u-te in Jacksonville on Tut'sda K,-e\cs and < o.its "l-ind! of Tar M.ihol": Tnic4Tu.k i' Red Bliss

,f Mr and Mrs J K IhMebian tHlHSC: ; 1"1I0Tocm.\I"ln' Plus "Uatr.IIoHI.U.. I .-' ( arton and and Uitcst Sc.'I'''I''I'hal" '

Mr and Mrs T C Turner IIf> hat |>l las4-.. Cliris ,J. NVulw-r ( No |1': serial POTATOES 5'bs 1 19C
Mina I \V1LM\M I'M.MEU
Daytona Beach were visiting tttidio, Starke.Mr FOOD
Sun (,Eo..1: .\ JtH) : "O\ -
Mrs M II Sheppard on I : arid Mrs Carl Hunter >tn<'! =
nay hildren and Mrs Edna Hutchin. ihur.1 Fri. \pr. 2, 3:{

Mrs A N Holllday was in ;on wt'rt''I it in relatives iiephyrhills Sun., Mon. Mar. 20. MM : ,I BANANAS 2 lbS 25c(

Jacksonville +>n business on Mon- I :: and Tampa over th C-"M"; ",,".","" t for

nay i, ..eekendPn.scilla. L.AN.t 5 oz 2 21C

Spring hat. and I..,..., $:OH un Cox of Live Oak sl''nt. TURNER ORANGES 5lbbag 27C g

UM at IA'Ihw1Vllard 'tht' weekend! with her grandmoth KIRK 1 ,

Hodge and Mines er. Mrs. D. L Silcox Do1t'

Wanda Thornton and Faouise.vivo MrsVilhur Scott spent Useek ALTER :i .. I 4 dDCEON I I arge package 21C 1\1.\\
tlsitiil A J. Hitdge in the m Deland and nay'nna k II I II TREND Planters Mixed Nuts 53c

1 nke City hospital Monday, night. Ptt'arh'Idtln? her sist..rl.Irs I Ias
Mr and Mr*. I. F. IMnkins were 'alter Glatzau of Deland! and DICK \ r I AKMOlllSSORNED) lU-R. Har 2: I'or IUIU star 2: I'or

m Jacksonville Sunday visitingMr Irs. F V. Kent of Ottawa. C.ina- ELL 23c 23cI.
I 12
-- oz can
and Mrs. II. I- Cotton. I' i. 1 't-'i.olpR. BEEF 49CVoodburys
Mr and MrS. G.: W Dnrnrtt had: S'rnml s. hose 'at I-elia'H. 1D AtiD 1, r-s.- I .

1111 overnight guests last Thur'1 1.y I Mrs J 15. Drennan, who is Ti IC t GAY QRYIAr[[ .[UV E Y1 I r I I. \ nIt 35

Mr and Mr J. O lilt'link <>f ending a month with her Hon-m I'lu. 'JIuY R.AiITIFIII+ t upaur," ,(;utuun and CEUUEHS.; Dial Soap 2 for

Winter Il.tven hw and daughter Mr and MI-N late.t IVorid New. '''Ir..r nirieken"KOCH I jllus BABY FOOD 3 jars 29C(

Mrs II K. I>avts and ROn Laude Crowson. spent TUt'sllayan,1 ... _,. .' __ .. _. ,r.i .. .. Breeze, large pkg 29c
Harold were recently visiting Wednesday in Jackson\ille -' -'- "

Mrs. I>.iv .V mother Mrs L It. :,siting relatives.Mr i ...... . . . . _. ... . \K.h: U\K
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(;.w.tling in Charleston. S C. i and Mrs. Ed: Ratzcliff returned : 4 CLEANS DEODORIZES Swan Soap, 2 for 25c
'rmn their return Harold eutinted to their home In Stratford I IOkla. OFFERS YOU

in the Ar ry and Is stationed on Tuesday after a week's I.\K.h; HiltLifebuoY

A' Fort Jackson. S. C I visit with Mr and Mrs Hogan I BLEACHES DISINFECTS 2 for 23c
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P.L'1'l.t1. l'UI.ton KastorphotognipttN. SmIth. ,


U-rn Studio Carolyn,. :sturke.Mrs .Usdgravt('hrl.' J. spent s..n-\'\I,II i Charles Mrs Pelham Hill Martin Manor IJiMorte, :and-:. and Y. daughter.and childrenof Mrs I I Ii I I E aster II IIE I I II 1 Lux. \1:<(<...:Flakes 1'UK.UiK 27c


Mr. and Mrs. I
he weekend with
Maureen of Bronxville. N. Y. 11.1"i i
'hl\l lit' Parker In Holly Hill. !I I. VKK: I'UkACKNo
!rived\ Monday to spend the Easter
Pfc Sherrill ansby of Fort holiday with Mrs UiMorte's E Rinse Surf 28cI

Jitrkson. S C spent the weekend' mother Mrs R. A. Weeks and' Clorox

with Mr and Mrs It. O Dansby. Mr Weeks in Keystone HeightsMr I I \ ; I'UKAdK
al.o had as Sunday I
The ll.u\: Martin 28c
1.a Morte and Mr. Silver Dust
guests Mr and Mrs J. H Dan.sbyof !will join their families on Fridayand E

Perry of Kl raw.Texas remain until after Easter = I I. \{(.t it\u
Frank Crtby I
Faster (.hlt-...*, man) colons j 2 23c
Is making an indefinite Lux Soap, (for
.. .\t Sistrunk's _____
brothtr-in-Ia\v apd TIm, .)', Apnl :?nd. I
visit with hU
sister. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Powell that :\KMOl'US

Mr and Mrs Made Carter had Gt'rharthrt"ndt is in Alafhtu 24 02 can 53C'
Sunday guests at their Kings General Hospital after su'termg Pint Quart 17C TRIPE
iu j
and Mr*. a stroke recent at his home in gc
Icy fake. home 'apt !
Beat
,- H Starling and Mr and Mrs. southeast Starkt'IPA I Can't he BOTTLE t) BOTTLE .\KMOl 12 oz. CAN53C
Jacksonville,
of
\V Mr C HeJenbrtugh and Mrs. C G neriw' andaughter t i see eee eee CHOP HAM'
ee'eeeeee
1'l.nof Columbia Ga I Candies Easter Cards I
\ I
of Mr and
recentlsitors 1t
were p. Half Gallon/ US CORNED
Mrs K \ CoLt'n. r FLA 47CBEEF
STARKE 29C
Ib
l can
1 29CVR.MOIRSMENNA
.,wulr., 1- atSue 1.1LL L : Chocolate A Wide Selection t f i HASH
Hlggs of St. Augusne GAL. JUG \ JUGs
\tss for the weekend Fri.. &at. Mar. :27! 2S Rabbits Of All The Latest
\\ a> home t t
.
To Choose
: FE.\lTHECAT l L From
utE
Mr i' J lV)wll. Mr Robert 111(; 1 IOt

t arre' and fIt. n. ltot4w, ttargelawez PEOPLE Fruit & NutChocolate s '-.--- SAUSAGE 4 oz can 19C
Miss J,'stn Vorheos of 1 a
a'1
tim..Ml1't' pent the weekend iny Suiumo AND siuioiH' 3 Eggs Easter Basketsa .__ tA'l: 2 .
.rt .t i.-ks.m.i S. C visiting l.t I _
Mrs 4 a Box and Bag Swanson Boned 6 oz cans
nvl M--- \\'ayl\t' Sargent HOT LEAD 4 To Order '
I I"mun..tIoith the 4 CandiesAccessories r e.
H" vn
T.irw< 'v. '1's \r two weeks'isit \\ilh Tim hull11K .4 4 Without Extra Charge : CHICKEN 2or 89C
andSun. Berta!
> t'artuun
4 1. ,
., l and Mrs t
\1.( O U Reasley 4 I
1 \\' 1 K:".-'u" have returned home ., Mon. Mar. 29. SO: 4 4 ALL THNATION: t '

from(i n-t 1'tnlp viHir) L tj.t"r l'hi.4o. at sUtniuk's SUDDEN FEAR 4 4 4 IWANDS IN : | Re-vwblt frvit JJuictGlasv Ann Page Strawberry 12 Oz Ocean Spray Jellied i

\pnl ?nd. \\ Ith Join Crawford t 4 CosmeticsMax glass' 27CAnn

Mr ant Mrs Uovd l..wis1,1 I .trttKin and \ai. 4 4 S Egg Dyed PRESERVES CRANBERRYSAUCE E

Mrs i. I li 1/ewis of Wllnungtorivl. 4
:'i \la rrl\'t-J Tuesday for several Tue.. March 31: ONLYLovely 4 4 Easter Grass S Factor I II SaladDRESSING Pint
withCol. and Mr 4 C 'ardNapkins )('\' I Page
i tvs vis'i'! To Look At 4 I S E
4 C Elizabeth Arden t I
T T la.zlr .. 4 $ 25C
and I: -Jk
Uathrjn tr.t\*'n
rst M' mi i Mrs. Jim Chasten apertthe 4 r Elmo:( I
weekend. in St. Augustine.M >- ..ItonNewx 4 C Du Harry :
4 Cups
''id Mrs \\'. R Morse wIll and Cartoon 4 4 C lleilnne ) REYNOLDS WRAP 15 Oz Con 19C i

-b'' :IMTuesday for their summer 4 Plates C Cot)" I II
\ViHl., Thur. Apr. 1. 2 4 I
h.mi.at Fancy Gap. Va fori\ 4

'I' nOrBl.E FKAiniE 4 4 9 Empty YOl-LL FIND \\H\T
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Mr-> Charles! BAn. Sr and HIGHWAY 301 Baskets \0t WANT HERE I ALUMINUM I

Mr fid Mrs W. H Bryan ar.1i" vt.,*o (....hran \irgmia tirejAND 4. I
: f Gainesville were Sundai .
!\ i> I 4 I l ...
.. of Mr and Mrs Charles 4
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H\:Mr I and Mrs J. E HanJv and\ :', TAKES THE DOCTOR A WIFE .4 4 4 4 KOCH DRUG STORE FT ROLL C 300 Fast CaU!! St.
2
I.r.I\\! \ \i<\ited Mr and Mrs O. \\ .4 FOIL25 7

a' Rarrm Brooker on Sunday. L.-rvtl.i \ Hini;. llaj 'lilIndI 4 4 Phone 53 Starke. Fla. : Starke, Fla.nun. .

=- -lt.uk of Spring\ Suits for I Alv New I

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FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

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REGULAR FIRST GRADE 9)C

86 OCTANE GAS L C 10PER GALLON

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TEST SERVICE STATION
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I: 3. Blocks South of Starke on 301 Next to the Railroad Crossing i iIi_

11j! OPEN 5:00: A. M. TO 12:00: P.M. DAILY I I
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1 MARCH %7, 1953
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i I rTTTTTVTTTTTVfVTTTMTTTfLAWTEY TTTTTTTTTT' mom VYVYTVVY1mymnmT !--g i Joe Mari SaturdayNathen spread the Gospel t,> .,.
Six New DeaconsTo .
Gnf fis of Glen St Marvs parts of the cou"tnC1IVKCJI

1 MOW Be InstalledAt STATE HIGHLANDBy
\ FARM f ended church here Sunday
FE'TtA'Oar.tL IIUUri:
PresbyterianSix I Lace Norman was In St.

rl CHURCHES by L. II. FlitchThe LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrx. Laoj Norman Mary. G& Fnda> on business
) deacons f Sunday School 10 a m.
r.ey-elected o
LA A AAAA AAA LA AAA ALA LILA A 1 Mr L F Oapr-ir: e-'e-tii-pd I LAAAAAAA.u..AAAAALL.uHighland P*rLee of Jacksonville was Morning Service 11 t m
Church
'r.tFirst Presbyterian
the Bridge dub; w.h t.tables
-. will be ordained and installed in firs three grades of the for. Baptist ChurchS I Ii visiting Joe M rr Friday !E Evening Service 7.30: p m
Thursday afterr.uon' Mann 19
School will 'nd\ school 9:4: % a :T WorshIp ReG Prayer Meetings WI'.tr"; -wij
Baptist ChurchThi !special services Sur.day They Lawtey Junior High Her home i G Lanter who conducted
ass most attra.tl'e'wlth 7U ,
night : m Sat r.bn"M
St. Mark's Episcopal have been elected with length of present &.". operetta based on the arrar.gemer.ts of spring flow- ser
P.\ follows K G Duccan of Goldilocks and the Three prayer service each Wedr.esda\
llrv Raymond K. MaHUInSotu S'"i' x >onmig terms as 'story ers and beautiful; roses a specialty I ...
lU.uni *ill onng tr.e 'ma! message and W T Jackson. 1954.: B. C Bears on Tuesday Night, March 31 of Mr 7'3u p m Teachers meeting Saturday i
*.lule of Senlre'SUN7).tYS t Chapman's. Mrs Hub
: Holtzendorf Jr and J. R. Kite. at eight clock in the School 7:30 p m Rev E. C Harvey
in the series of Pre-Easter Thomas won high prize, a matched I
I 1955.: ; Claude Crow son and R. G. Auditorium A sxall admission : pastor and W C. Hardee
& !', am.. Church School. 11 'sermons on the Cross The seven towel and wash cloth set. and : (j) Mark On Your Calendarc'
the
school
and
: of
I t Paterson, 1SS6Also : ,pnce of 25 cents for adults Mrs J G !iSuP Sunday Bring
I Godwin received box
a '
11 'n. Morning Prayer & Sermon; recordedby
of Christ
statements as 10 cents for children through children to Sunday school it's the
this Sunday a special baptismal -
+E 6 SO: pm Young Peopl '. RrvIIOLV I lof bath soap for the bingo prize. i I'
r I..ague. the Gospel writers The Church I servIceill be held for grade nine will be charged. Mr and Mrs. E. C. Long haveas .best place for them HIKTIIIUYSNMVE1K.KIES

choir will sing the morning: anthem I any children of parents who want The Special election to fill the their guest for several weeks. i 1 Sunday 29th is Homecom&.
'
( ()'UnT?IOS \ :
t and the Carol Choir will sing the them to receive baptism ..vacancy of City Police of Lawteyhas Mr Long's sister Mrs R. L. Bell i Everyone welcome Bring \"-;.-
1st 11 3rd. Sunoay -
Sunday am. offeratory, hymn Sunday evening'during Rev Joseph \\'. Conyerb. execu not created much excitmentto from Mananna i fnends| and loved ones. There ube And

1.30 a.m. the Happy Hour the Chapel the secretary of the Suwannee date. Only one man has qualified Fnends of P D. singing and dinner OTHER: SPECIAL n.tlU .\' :'
Fancher. Sr.
FRIDAY i Choir will sing and will lead the Presbytery will assist the pastor to date of this writing Dempsey I,will be j,| Rev E. C. Harvey was a bn- \ Should Kememher
T glad to hear that he is
30 Meditation
p m IJtany :congregation in favorite hymns of the church. ReW.. S Mc- Hutcherson qualified last :,ness'lsitor in Jacksonville FIday :, With Flowers
m Choir R 'earsal. The getting along nicely at home af-
p choruses organ-
and piano election -
the
AliSin the ordination and installation week He ran in general .
will furnish the music and ter being confined to Alachua \\ hen jou M-nd flown. a..
duo last December but was defeated -
will deliver
( iiruni OF Jtili CIIIU"\T\ rtt'Halnl's sermon will be service, and General Hospital in Gainesville I Mr and Mrs L. G Warre- a rt'ineiiibranc. j urIwsptaks Kilt
There have beeseveral
.' the morning sermon I have bought the Lee Green plate good JuIjI'
OF laTTKIl n.\ \IN1S "Shoes- has. Lt. Pern Gainey of San An- jour
The public is invited to thisemce i I others mentioned but none torso, Texas vISIted We welcome them among us. innu as will as jouruish ':"0,1
old MT:: School meets at 9:451: ent. Mr and Mrs.
Services each Sunday in Sunday ,made a formal announcer <->. f.msiilt us alxnit anMtsion \
I Raiford The Lee Greens have bought
Brannen
..mic Hall on K vail &t Sunday *ith P T Noun general superintendent .The election is to be held on April I dunng the week- or an> desire III
Unions gatherAt ,end. While here Lt. Gainev was I the Smith Brothers place near PHONE 21S raeigcnknt.COLONIAL ,
u had 10 am Sacrament Serv Training 7, 1953.
... 6 30 welcome 6:15: I-avern Outlaw Is We miss them for the
p.m Everyone Daniel Massey who is staying
each Mrs L. F Chapman spent Tues- lived here a long time. We wish FLORIST
Mid-week service
: will be held in with his grandparents at Bonita
services their farm.
of last ttefmuch success on
j day week in Jacksonville
with the
at 7:30: in-
Wednesday
l 1 j Methodic Church on Springs spent several days here ,
the First
and
Mrs E C. Harvey Ginger
shopping and visiting I
NONA ST. Flo.
b the pastor Starke.
'ipiidtional message > Mr. and Mrs
his
Palm and during Holy with parents
Sunday
Jack-
Miss ManRivers Stubbins of Norman were shopping m
Plan are completed for "open Week Sunday morning. March 29. E. A. Masse). Daniel is attending \sonville Thursday
Tallahassee a former resident of
REVIVALMEETING house' at the Pastorium on Easter
the South Florida city.
at 11 o'clock there will be the school in
with further announcements the State Farm and Starke. was Homer Smith and Cecil Hardee
Sunday of infants and the reception Mrs L. H Hill who is teaching
Baptism
next week the guest: of Miss Frances Cald- were in Jacksonville on business
into membership of thilei.Krship < in Fort Myers spent several daysat
well from Thursday until Sundav Saturday GOOofiE4R
A cordial invitation is extendedto I Training Class for her home here during the last
.. Joining: them on Friday for the,
St. Ga
( all to worship at the First music will be weekend. | T E. Pease of Marys.
children Special
I I weekend was Miss Clair Jean and Lacey Norman were in Ocala
Baptist! C'hurth of Starke i furnished by the Junior Choir. directed :.r r. and Mrs E B. Crosby of save with safetyIDru
I Mundy of Starke. Additional] Wednesday on business. They returned -
by Miss Ann Cressler. will Brooker were roiling in Lawtej: I .
I guests at the Caldwell home foi
: .
Christian Church I Miss Jo'Ann Smith as accompa last Sunday Thur&rayOwen
the
weekend
('ur. 'all and Christian hl t... and also by the Senior Choir '1 H. I were Judge and Mrs, Marr of Mi:rts WdO'ISI! -
i fist Mrs L. H. Hill and Mrs C'I[T. A. Yawn and little sons. Tern I

1)onnldi. \\rhlnn, Minister: I with MrsV. R. Miller as SOlOISt. Kelly were in111111a.. Georgialast : ,:and Jimmy ] [ [3ffi

\ i Churches of Brad ;The Rev Thomas G Mitchell will Saturday visiting Mrs Paul Dr. and Mrs D L Nix of At-1 J1 .
ret;..-. The Christian on the subject. "Behold
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preach Coursey aid family i lanta Ga. spent Saturda right
ford and Union Comities will convene ,
I .
: with the Chnst.an Chunh of Thy King"Sunday 1 Mr and Mrs Frank Wells and i and Sunday with L.A Shepherds HEAR BETTEROR /

.: evening, at 7:30: Mr and Nina of I Mrs them, .
(Starke on Sunday. March: 2& I daughters Mary Ann Shepherd accon panied PAY NOTHING! h

II Services are being held in the Mitchell will preach on the subject -' New Smyrna Beach were the i I back to Atlanta where she will 8ran d N ew'v Ih' t't t

w ,' .. American Legion hall until the i "The Meaning of Calvary.: weekend guest of Mrs. Effie Ii-I visit her mother and sister i It lAY MONET IICI UAIANTII'NEARING I ;. t' it r f
1 011rl -
,1.. I new church is completed The Youth Choir will provide ner Howard Miner and small \',. Enroute from his home in St C.OODJ (' 1.d .' rFI'Z fi. ,,..rJ

(!special muic. of Wesconnette were also guest; i I Augustine to his base at Ft Jackson har 1.odtraa ". rr. #
The !day will begin with Bible \c.q, .
\ '- r Noon: day services sponsored by; of Mrs Miner I S. C., Sgt R. G (Bubber> 1fNlfI tiRES I 1.,1I t\lttrf'\; ; .
P: School at 10 a m, Cecil L. 1'ut g- I wtdrt/ poi !
I(the Staike Ministerial Association White' stopped by for a visit with 1 ,\
kl Mr and Mrs O J. Anders were .
:- 1 las superintendent. Song; and player of rulJ'rr ra ilJ
will be held in the First MelhSodist the J. G Caldwells (or !I ri
; Palatka last Sunday visiting \d
service<< begins at 11 a m, with in 2ftptnW i.Rr'N i. 1.
Rev. E. J. Morris I a message on "Sincerity" by Donald Church during Holy Week. their son James who is confined M D. Carter Mrs \\'. G. Stnngfellow's AIDS !; and I \ {.t:

Outstanding! KvannelitWill : i G Wcldon.! minister ai 11:30 :'Monday through Friday, from 12 to a hospital following accident.Janes father, from Lake Worth THIU <:ilEA! MODELS! ."t. ( wr II a- i f.' t ":,(,

'|to 1230.: well the roadto is here to spend the summer with .. ,I.' H, : 0 nl t i,
on C
is reported .
He ;in A MeetingAlit. i Communion will be held at 12 I tics eeMruerem" .r ... i' It
noon followed tn a basks. d.n.iei I t'lnt'sday night April 1. the ieco\ery ,the Stnngfellows.: |i iI Gill) $75 II wi..it< till.J.n l a,l u "iu trea) trail nOW ,

5 THRU 12 at 12:30.: outstanding motion picture "The I Peggie Caldwell. now living in i I ..
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I King of Kings" will be shown m TTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTT1 : Ventura Calif. recently joined the NO MONEY DOWNPay ,:tt.-..:
JOHNSTOWN The afternoon session will begin I
,Las Padres Ski Club and writes CANOUAPHARMACY
Church beginning ,
the Methodist for Pan of Tint
I at title 01 $I 7$ a Weep a
with and -
tt 2 prayer
m sung
p 7 30. The public\ !is cordially home about spending a whole :
at : LONG BRANCH
MISSIONARY service' followed boIt I Message. I
I invited to see this picture of the< 'week at Mammoth Lakes enjoying !I Service Center Station
"Our Duty to the Chinch (The I
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BAPTIST life of Christ. the sport of skiing
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I lard' by Jake Thomas at 230.I : h) Mrs. ,). L. StricklandAAAAAA .
2. al Mi and Mrs W G. Strmgfel-! SEEKER' I ll. KOODM
I Thursday evening, April FhAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLA
CHURCH Christian Endea\or I txo'ing people I Phone 160 Starke, I.
and 17:30 I : p. m there will be the traditional AAAALLAAAAUAAAALIt Inv had as guest: from Friday 1 1,. S, 301 at South City LimitsuiU" '
i will be held at 6-30: m.
(3: .Mlis I ruin loikc ItiitdrOn I p Thursday Com : through Sunday little Miss Margo I I ,L ___ __ _
Maundy that the
se- n! itm the< -
at 7:30 a IHl'-" stel' film "Tlw liver
M.t..lrim Barkley of Jacksonville. On _
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of The
,rrunion service in memory weekend has sun-I
I Ln4tVeek"" will be shown put'eryont' in the

Stirring Messages) :Last Supper that Jesus had wIth notion of farming thIs eekVi day Margo's father. Bob Y. : \ \. :
Choir Monday. :'30 v : i
practice p. (came and she returned home WIth ;.: t v vi
KVKKY; NIWITEH'H'E I m. at the home of Orval CulverWednesdiy his disciples ,Stricklands got smart Saturday: him I I, .'. : .-t ';. iu, 1I ;" 'I. ,

afternoon and set out three ,: \ c I ,. J.
i and rows ya
: STAUT s T.M.1.t payer service After visiting her brother-in-law i i << J -
'llible at the \t The TabernaclePlans ,of potato plants started to set out ;: 'q
Ur limits. Mould Ito If I study pars.iige and sister. Mr. and Mrs A W.I j l\ !

\\I'" the I ItcvilI t 7.:\ill p IIIPresbyterian one row but before we finished Anderson Ventura, Calif. Mrs 1. t. .I' r
are un.ier way and practice there were three rows of them < !
'
hi' ( lli-stlon (KH| ( ouliln'tlls W. H. Fxlvvards. Jr. returned to it i ij
has begun for the Easter and< Jim is preparing land for some,I :
.\ \\ T Church ;San Francisco last Wednesday to I '. :
more plants to be set the last of "
'limits tn>d Ull't Dollfll Clierrj ,t S"I."th.t.: .. Taber-nacle. he with her husband. Lt. Edwards I Iwho f ; ...\.
this
week We hope to have sweet '

\\ dod lion, Iklit'things \\'. <. Mc.Unry. Minister: ,!i of the Mission Hall and Tabernacle potatoes to eat, if nothing else. is stationed at Camp Stone- !! I t ,. 1g r f
:
In hill\ \\tNctsJ: In' I work and the date will b e lie also set out some collard plant man. t
I Sunday School 9.45: a. m. Miss Patsy Kucera visited i
Our 'hurd :fittingly observed this morning. I have: been workinjon "
Morning Worship 11 a. m., roes i' ,
Lake Worth the ,
friends in over
llu\\ Lung Uvloic tin :Hiiiid ,,SAge by Rev. J. W. Conyers, !I Weekend services at the Tabernacle my incubator trying to get: ;a I,weekend I

( Uiiliii; of ( hrisillilt I ifiatiiesville Ordination and installation .: ,i were conducted by the sponsor leak stopped in the boiler of it. I
I .1 Another on the sick list this J i
\\ I It !Iran lo Ikli.-,.. Oil service for deacons oi f Ola Padgett came and got her incubator ( ,
week is R. P McLendon who has
hrlst Ithe thurch. I! this morning (Monday) !
confined Alachua General
been in
St. Edward's Church She is going to try her luck will
Hi.drcuttst 11..1111I10"rad Youth Fellowship 6:30: p in. : :Hospital since last Fnday Every- :
hatching some hicks in it. Sh
IIf Today Evening worship 7:SO. "The Me-. 'lone is wishing him a speedy recovery -; Y
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. had me working on her mcubatoto {
Public I:, .' I of J emiah. !
lu-iuj 0 u. sage tl I I : [
Weekday Mass 7.30: a.m. regulate It. We wish her luck '!
-- Monday March 29 to Friday Children's Class Wed 3'00 p.m I. : i i' The State Farm community
We have just learned of a serious
Good Singing Apnl 3. members are urged t(I lit')stone Heights accident at Maxville Saturday; |Club met at the club house Tues- ,

in Inter-denominationa I ', Women's Club) Iday afternoon. March 23 with 10 ,
TONY( ) (JON/A;( I.EXAt purticipate ( and of Richard Carters seriou I II

llol\ Week services at First Methodist .' Sunday Mass lst. 3rd, 5th Sun I. 'members present, and two new
'I he Piano 1 condition. The way we were told, I I
Church a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m., I' 'members Mrs Medford Shealy I II
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FUEl 11,11Si.uf'Song Richard was crossing the road I ',

Director Weiinesday: Apr. 1 7:30: p. m.1! Confessions before all Masses. in his truck from John Mosle '" ,'and Mrs M J Collins All were'

and of Gen.17:30 so glad to have Mrs W E. Feagle
Meeting: study p.m.
------ Prayer when a car-driven by a woman I

The Clurci\\'Uh\\ A t L'6-30 S p. m. choir practice I hit Richard's truck injuring him .present again after a lengthy absence -
: I.WUHil.\\: \I"fl'- ri caused b\ sickness. The
Thursday Apr. 2. 4 p. m.-East:. seriously He received a broke: I smaispe&.Qhsm//pllf&I
Friendly Welcome. i 1I"'IOS' :club house was beautifully decora :
.
er egg hunt in church manse nose and head concussion also a I
Hf)stone Height/ : ,ted with blue larkspur and sweet
Public CordialU Invited
y.udA l cut mouth. The hospital says hIS I '
I and roses. Visitors for the ,
-.NL. \ peas I
cordial invitation awaits an v You are invited to attend sen ,condition now is fair. Both the car
;afternoon were Mrs J. E. Strick- ,
Rev. D. A. Greek
7:30. and truck were badly torn :=. ,
Ah.' \\ 'uM.rshlp and servtt e ices each Friday night at : ups -
I and daughters. Martha and
sand: i
Pastor ,\ .' \: ';, : A place where the Gospel i but we did not hear if the occupants 'Ruth of Raiford After a short I I I I II :

.. and Bro. Edga r of the other car were injured -
sung
:: tar a. II" ;i'c\sl.\r preached business meeting a social hour
!I Wilkinson of Starke" will bring; The rran with Richard es i
and ]
,was enjoyed Mrs E. C. Long
-- :h<- message:: this week his text[ ,raped injuryWe Mrs L. L Wamwnght. hostesses t h.

S. 36-37 are still working on ou r ,
!t':1: i'lmm\ Mark f I
: ;for the afternoon, served refreshments -
Merle Packham. pasto r little church and hoping to have< 1 I 1

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH it finished before long We dn I of angel food cake ice I'' 21-Inch rrby.BGU. .

,cream and strtA berries I l 1,1 ion. ii betl-and
HOPF.: UXPTIsT (111'1.11I not have many out to servIces "
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Starke j Tlnm>:NI .\ Sunday due to bad weather \Yi AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA J i'': :l'' .,nh rlc.ptlOIlIf

------ I' 111 NRll. I had prayer meeting here at o-i .1I rt. ..1 il f.nstld iAt

LEWIS D. II .VINES: Pastor I Sunday School 10 a. m. : Preach house last Wednesday and Thura: I rle9 wgde .

;,iti Service 11 am.; Tnumn;; We have the 17tl 1 I 111 real temfty br
Jefferson and Court'StreetIn The Heart of Town day evenings
Evening Sen'ici e i: ,'. 4yn. 1ti!it0 arnv -
1'honesoffice :231; I Pastorium 130 lemon 7pm chapter: of Revelations for stud;v Jrfl'1 I ",' ...... ""J' h.ag(?r,

------------------ -- ----- --- ,- ,-,-- i P m. :Thursday night All are welcom zri I ,,". b11e, esr .

Morning Seventh Statement from the Crovs"Ei j "A church earnestly contending;; to these meetings and you reall;y..I r! Q rwtei 1'7,?
: for the Faith which was once delivered '
mine "SHOES" miss something when you miss ,,
!' the Saints..JOO.e
unto
them We hope to attend Ucios:1 $269.95
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Sunday SrrmoiNI: II ::00 .\.) 7U:: P.M.1 3 A welcome awaits you meeting Friday or Saturday 01 f'' 1 I Ih !
1 Merle Packman pastor
Sunday School 9t: I::> A.M. Training! Union 6:15: P.M. this I week at Oak Grove .

Midweek Semce \\ ednesdav 7:30 P.M. 1 Now for correction, or to finis r. i

NNnespN Church of God the items of las t I thAIew2I
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FOR FRKE: : TR.VNSPORTVTIONPhone Sunday School 10 am Morn_ week: Earl Lang is :20 years ol::11 FORd

:t t -J on Sunday' 306 on Weekdays- .ng Worship 11 a.m. Evenin g instead of 18 He married Sybi 1 I

Rackley. who us IS years old in financial SecurityI
... ServIce 7:30: p m. YPE Servic e I
Tuesday: 7.30 p m. Prayer Meeis r;. stead of 1Wt':\ are always gla
I AND:
.. .";: 7 50: p.m Thursday. to correct errors when anyonE VfR1eIevisiohIFf

tl Lautejr bnngs them t-- ,,attention Peace of Mind

liE \H THIS SKRMON SI \DA7:50:; P M. Sunday School 10 a.tn Star L-

.r.g Worship 11 a.m. YPE Sening ;,_ BITHail

Saturday 7:30: p.m. LET US FILE YOUR SAW ; it

'Bradford County's Quack Doctors'Hear Insuranceon nou/5 -finer. $269,95
I on our New Foley wsus zncfonfy

Church of Christ I Item
AUTOMATIC SAW FILERTney'll

" e the facts about lr': S. I). .\., R. C.. C. C.. Corner 10th and McMahon Your CropsSEE 1. Improved "Magic Monitor" circuit i/t. sitrvit/ for better TV vie.mg and listening,

\\.andII.R.. Whuarethej'? BIble School-10 A MI I
of efficiency-gives
at peak-point
cut << 3 now 4. New automatic UHF-VHF tuner con receive e

e What does the Bible Say alwut them and theirpractice I PM Preachtng-11. A. M. and 7:3t I.KC new w ten ."'+: "t1 V \ OR CALLUS TOD" dearer, jtead: p.ctjre; -oirfomofico/f// oil stations in any area. Twice as lensitiv* e

:5i ? ,. Prayer Meeting" and Bible Stud:J.filed on 't"- I Improved "Deep Image" picture tube- as many other UHF hinea. (Optional, extra). m

precision : the electron beam hoi been reftred to micro- f
I leach Wednesday 7:30: P. M. 1 1L 2. New wider range of cabinets-mar* -;
chic e. In --.If sharpness. And the sjperfne phosphor screen =:;
Everyone welcome. I tha before!
styles ever
j new
! First Baptist Church Hampton I I few rr...". is cccted with billions of tiny crystals! for

; mW )KL\\: B1TI you l H. C. WALLAGENCY finer, deepH/noge pict.J'es. Othw RCA Victor models priced front $199 n.

=323 Hob (;ra\. Pastor 11""IO\" : saws that cut cleaner truer Ii j 3. New long-disance reception steps up Ask about the RCA 'Victor Factory-Servir-

Keystone., Heights .; I fastei. BrIng your saws in pe'fc''TIor1te: cod ino'ecleslOn; ::! senConTract..
ptc se
H. T. r. 6:30
4 Bible SchiK! 10 a.m. : pm: : tOlay-j'ju'll lIke our speedy i

Bible eaciung and Gospel sing;-
=::::1 ""Hour of Power" Wed.! S p.m. service i
Phone 146
- irg every Friday night at 7:30 I


M RSEROPEN: .: j.\ >Mission n God founded promise on in and ilatthe0 grow\.,: CALVIN JOHNS 'I if I, 200 F.. Call Street I Chas. C. Shepherd


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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD OOOTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDTTTTTTfTfffffTfTTTtTTf \

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dons at the b# irrnr.g of eachprogram r presented a wonderful concert at Complaint wl b* taken as confe!''a- tu.t torn Ti M.-kea T.ape'.awh: .>,. --
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| the l'SO last Friday The ed tTt> ) ">u .\ -. -.:!:1t'r.! dn f and Id---- ,- ,'\4".s Af' !\ NOTHI TO < H,.. t)110IC.. I' a-e .:' rr.iJea.r '
II .u and
e\er.ir.g ,
.. Pr.h.irr *
noh '- hall: be publshe ? ,1(|. 1A1 ..... pse'
I hat been! fi.cd Kiinst you Tn theabove 1- l-J !:1.fc.tr > N "T..:V!.,. yr. Im the .. : Ib.. 'ia.niant..t., .
BRADFORD > band and junior band played a ( n'e ..a'b week f. r f..r ona.ul\t.: named Court and cause and .1. I..u- t rt. l the tout, J.&I' : .wrr. .
t.
l*\' W S McAJiiev. pastor of .rrk. the iieeY .....H.r.. ( .?.!>. UrMa.. 1) :h. d..r.c h
I marches f. : Lrij'u'd Cu..at) Tele: you *'e required to sere a copy of -u are hem > n'l l.rd that t. a K' :11. 'I' ttl" atl'r,1'- _
selections! I..t. and
[ of 4) '
the Presbyterian Church. began: variety graph four answer or pleiJlntr to thecow alt for -I lam II 'r demand
t (i overtures and popular music i.*'f,in:- :. day f Mar h 1 : plant on the Plaintiff _\-'J.n: i I u- 1--1.,'. : I' S I:-.Ul! I'. i .. v. '1d nut fl' ties: \
HIGHLIGHTS 'MT first A .*mbh. Starch 10. 1 I t' '}'i).':<'1.\L :-J.-\L'Ch4rl., .. A Late) Atl..rne) Evan T. Evans 10]1 has been filed against: In ? .... d !I''k \\'
you theibove : C
ct'7 Mr Gibson read the Honor Roll j Also featured were solos by the (irk ..f the ftriuit Cocr'j Law KichinKr Cu..iirg, Jack- earned Court and cause sad T.11 ('.....alt.r'. .... I'rr-... n.,. of the Jon.A.. adml', -'
j j i:} Maan; L r..sb) !*-put> l'I..rk l ,nviHe. Florili rOil are lit (''' 1... .r IH....... t-.c"t. of Kv v ,, '
f.ir the first semester and the band members Margaret Rose 1. required to sere a copy of \nl..t 4"-7.' .....
3.T tt 1 1?; and file the original In the office of ( your answer or pleading to the said I.tatr .
1M fourth Bix-wtek period, giving j Duncan-piano.: Martha Landrum- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'j complaint on the rUintltn 1 .'1.; and .I. :T ..t you .Ho' h. ,,'b} 4 I'
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:, NOTICE TO .'PP.\1t or before thetotherwUe Atrons..,. n It.d and regatrrd to -
Evan T "f..ot
: recognition to those studentg who clarinet.; Jack Miller-clarinet.; Pat IB ( Ireult (u.rt. Hrmadfwrd CvBDt :: day oUprai. 1)i;. I I I Law' Exchange: BuildingJick Evmns: 103 .-1"111&ad' demand' which you..n'"I' NOTICErtir
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By Brenda Bradford Benort.. j .'Iurl".: IB ( BaBrvry.Jamea MHlit richer ."I v,-u. IMI: ) h\\ h.r.'by g11'r.rd .
received Ifs or better on their report sy Kucera- oboe: ( : the allegations of said Florid :atatnst the irta :;., .r )' :
Cary llott. riaintiff.: \.. Maryiirlen Complaint will be taker as confessed :. ,.f K, A .v. t.ral, t a,. t.4.d uf'h In.tru..t'.n ,
and
card french horn T. J. Aldenr-an- I ilott. LXfendar.l. : file the oriRTaa tn the office of ial.' of 'aid i ',un't.? tho I rl ,,nv F. .r.t. ? ..I ,:
.1 by you. the Clerk of the Ct*cut Court on Judg' f .. i'cunt. I h. I-, t' ci Ut..re .
french horn. Carolyn Crews-xylo Case No S7IJ I This notice shal' published before lfrif( | C'ur' Favd '' .t t- .
3T the '
Ai this wan the first assemblysince Saline T. IOK.rl .51 h.- fr'n i th .- .I l..rlda r th. ..n.I'In.. _
h ? : i w'll
week four \ :
once each for consecutiveweeks .. .
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last week MC had our first as- 1 -l } .\pr! : t .
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Smits-twirhr. 'fit "Po 10. .
: and Joanne ?: sit! I.I .. .
football season Mr Hobbs phone: J, To Mary Helen II >tt. whose re..,-, in tte LTaJforJ County Telegraph 'otherwise the r:t t a: a. F: .1.,. aril. .' :.. i '.er .r
I allegation- .
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said II. 'ith .&:. nt.. ., .. .,. .. I ..J 11ar,1 ..
>embiy since winter bet solo. I d..nc" and address is; Ellerson 1'irRine Complaint sill be f- : t" \ .. ,
program this taken as 'oDfen. ',. t .
and Mr HazeUood took opjportunlty I. OFFICIAL SEAL) I'barl.farto) .d : d f c-: .. .,: .: thO, '"t II,),} l"1. '
by .
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j '1 Due t'" the lacic of an auditori ,I to award letters to :6 You are hereby notified that a Clerk ot the Circuit Court This n .t:.-f hall ne p'lblljhi-d ".': } tt -:, 1.3. _
I reminder suit torIllroree By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ClerkS ,- .. I .1 -' 1 I: 1iIi :
minute h
m it ut reeaaary. to hold a-Mm- who earned them on the Just a last onor ea Tk t.r tour -- boys ; !7 r ir
custody and i-onfol of
': """h iI: in the HraJf,>rd County Tel.
R Mies" !ir the stadium. The cot.j'. football field lat fall. The coach- I Tonight and tomorrow nght the | minor child raph '

Club is a musical ''ha" been filed Against Y"U in the OTICK: TO ,'P"": UI I ,' .' .
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weather is the reason we have eu also presented small silver presenting ahove named Court and raut and la Circuit C...M. Hradford ( ...If. \1.. iIi I'll ALVAREZ' glen'. nothin
> "KK't: 11!t. \!. \ ("i, STORE
lot teen having them. Ho-e\er footballs to three Bradford boys comedy, entitled "Meet Arizona. 'yt.u are required to serve a copy ...fy..ur Klorldai. In (tkaarerr.I. ,TN f the Cr.U, t Curl% i If J1 I
I takes placeon answer or plt-adnu to the coinp'aint o !ot..f.nl' I'la.ctff: '. ,", thh"II': t 1 1.4I !i h
from now until the close of school. who made the All Conferenceteam. The western operetta !' on the I'lamtiff Att.>rn--) Hud 1..1.1I1. 1' '!r'i1tl.L't.t.Y I InM.'r. : I. -: I' ;' \ ---K

A* utl] have an assembly every a dude arch In Arizona The i Lloyd lta>. 30! Clark HuildlnKi i i ;% ,, :' :> i
i .'k-on\llle Florida, 'oticT.* .\ ppearTo
Wednesdaj The) will sponsored I Ladt. Mr Partin made some leading roles are taken by Aliese :sand file, the original In the office oi Uri T'jlr, M....ham.. wh 'sr r.--:. .. -- -

oy the dubs and organizations announcements Lawson and Kenneth Tyrus You the Clerk of the Cinuit Court rn or den, r and ...J.lr.1 1"n .\utin.strtr' :
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necessary before the 27 day of April l'J3: K. w 'i.rd.I'L"n..; IlanJN.w
"it B If S A miruster from Bradford will want to be at the U S 0 at 'otherwise the allegations of said YorkYou

County will" ) lead the devo The Bradford High School Band 6:00: o'clockith 50 cents < adults) c.mplAint will be taken a:. confer : are hereby! notified that a :
I..d by uit for
youI i1i1aj1YLilW /
or 35 cents (!students, I This nctice shall be published l'I\',rc41 ,

... ----- e j' ..n..e each week for four conwuit\tI has been filed against you In thee' \
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"._ i I weeks in the Bradford Count Tel.- shove named Court and cause and :
I .' Last Thursday the Student I graph >uu are required to serve a cop of 'I :
I'atrd this 24 day nf Mar. h. 15'I.FFI1.1L ,! > cur answer or pleading to the
H MAKE YOUR I Council took advantage of the SKXI.J (Charle- Pub complaint on the Plaintiffs

ClorkIf the < 1 ir. uit < "ir Attorney. T. Frank Landrum, i i iStarke
OLD CAR $ .50 lovely spring weather by meeting i:)' Marian L I.risbOTI > l'rput) 1'1"11i. Florida I i
I and file the original In the office
39 under the trees. Plans I : t: f 1. t
", LOOK( LIKE ,, outside of the Clerk of the Circuit Court

NEW SPECIAL: & TpPrevail1 were made for the election of I \ <'i: '10 I ui:UITIIU" on or before the )jI
y "
I ;, ( IO.UI I"ruhal..t.. Srr. 1IH. J-Ol I I J7 day of April U53.
I'.11NT JOB 1 Student Council officers for 5354. ''In the (..nrl of the (uunl) Judue.llrnilfurd otherwise the allegations of said. l i ?:
l'uunO. Tlurldi In I'ro- Complaint will be taken as confessed !
Garage hat night president Kenneth Conway i: l.ale. b) )ou. Froni jt
In re ..:,.tat..t. Kieed, : I": Claik. 11easrd. This notice shall "Je published ;
and \lce-President Edwin .... once each week for four consecutive
I-IIOM.: 112-J .T1HhI:. FL t rip' a
( Telegraph
Prevail attended the P T. A, 'Iu .\I1 reditor'* and Person Ila,- weeks in the Bradford County -
I i (sir i |BBI. or lieiuand Again COLONIAL
: meeting and returned to them. I' Haiti! Ioiate.: at-d thi- ->;;i day of I.trd. 1 :.3
r -C >K\L: CharlrParl ,
((>F1'1.11. }
the $1'uit Court '
n"lifl..d and to
required present any
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: i of the jearrite hums t and demandwhich you, urof !try Marian L Crosby, Denntv rierkC
: :: 41 4 i 1" FLORIST
i either you may have against the
:; you n..xtH.t'k t ,.ULt..f Freed I: Clark. d... --
Brl'ntlaOneAct ': leaned, late of said County to theCounty :NOTICE TO PI'KUl
In rirrolt ('nort. Hradlurd (foaaty
Judge of Bradford County, ,
V i' :, Florida at his off lie i n the courthouse Florida: In Chaneery. :
'K-I.- T-1; ii- 1 1'.t n't", x- Virk
jt :, of said County at StarkeFlorida .
LiPvt. II. '
Plays .1..1-\1" !
within eight calendar
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.t.o.; ; : "JolIre >
e
months from the time of the first CorsagesO
I piibliiation uf this Hobo,. Etch: > To \ppear.

To Be Given laiin or demand shall be in Writing.
I and shall state the place of resident.rand ) Cut Flowers

; Dist office address ..f the claim WILL PAY CASH

WINKLER% ELECTRIC SERVICE By Dramatics Cluh I .,int laima-it. and shall agent be sworn or his to attorney In tin v It Dish

.i',d m\. such < laim or dt-mand dot For Saw Logs Gardens
fil hall be void
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T ... I I- I'M! fliih of Bratl"i : \ -
: I".I t \!.inn.I.ee Clarkdmwnitraiiix AND PULP11'OODTIMBER And Novelties

.! High S, html has started .\- .\ of the 1.11111': :
if Kri'dl I;. l'l..rk. de.'et-nl I
v s ; ; r A ,.MR "ii two one-act plays. "Sav :3: .'7 4t 41 I 17 Blooming

t'ndi" a wllH'kmgl'omeJy.. and !
\ oTlrlIU .%I>I>KK A Post Card Will Bring Me Potted Plants !
Th- Man in the Bowler Hat", aspine In f IrruK (ourl. llrailfurd ro..tf I
RADIO i To See You.
-( hilling mystery. Castingfor Florida : In ('hnnerreihirlf .
: i:..d-ri...k \\itts. I'lamtif 'TTTYYYYYTTYTFlowers I
!parts in the plays whuh will \ It.ttv iilli\.i tlitt-. I>.'f.-n.l.ini I
AND D. B. 'Dick' Thomas
be presented Apn 171'beg'an 'a-. :N'j :<7isNi.tlee ,
1'. i1,n.r. I !
this week i' T. I'. m! I.I/.r I U d.1'.h...-.. Lautey Fla.That's .
TELEVISIONand ,
two one- I. -u1.n. .11101 I Ld.\I .- 1',1..11", '" MYi \ '
dub
The presented
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are h T t. n"t !flt-J that a i

......'...1Sales art plays in the earlier part of Wired I II

the sihoolear. which were well
+: t ; Our Business I
received It is using the new C ] *: I

Service technique, known as theatre-m- G LA a b // If It.s Glass We have It :: '-

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Anywhere j
.#1 # ,0 the.round where the stage is CALI.1VIITE or VISIT

22 I IN. Tt'mpll'n'. PHONE: 166 Starke, Florida placed in the center of the audi

and the audience is seated ,
toriuni
nil ill four sides. Joe Peters Glass Co. 'TYYYYYYYYYY*



1Ulmt: : *' d'r FOR ANY GLASS NEED PHONE

('\K1K.N: : MOMtOKKI.TON We Design :Modern Store Fronts ) 218 II I

Get Your I 1877 19JX 414 Just Mail U* A Pattern for I

rank 11. ('arltun.o.tln: Table Tops I


:>oIK r. 10 \rir.itIn :ns! N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone ;:333uA. : FREE IEU\ EHYCCLCNIAL
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( Inull ( ourt. llrndrurd ( oiintj.I .
AUTOMOBILE OR FURNITURE
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UPHOLSTERED NOW I I i i I I j d.Nollir"T"'n a I I-"la and Iuppear.. Punian address. H"l'I-' vs UI li..,-:.. Mi r.-,_' .4 EXPERT PLUMBING g [ ( nthia, Schmitt Nona Street, MtarkeSAT. Hi.


I' -Hihutt- \\enui.N. W \\ .,-hlnt-( i We Guarantee Our Work ,u .

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CASH!! OR TERMS j i \"U fur httrby !ll>ttfl'd hat a 4I ,
And We Work -
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-'lit fur I -- .,
TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET: I| iMwiriii f"t l : : : :- : y'" =
i I :lias .born riled against \ ".\l in the : (Quickly &SS E -

ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED I41M.you i\e are nini'il reiuireil| Court to serve and i.uiand:i copy of : Consult I's When "

I ) our aiiawir "r pleading t" the MON.-- ONLYBALL
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY ti-niplamt on the Plaint r- 4
I .\Unrw>'. T. Frank Utmtrum IN NEED OF ANY TlPE PLIMHINC: ,

GIVEN FREE: I j I Mai ke. Florida 4 _
':and fll. the original in the of fii'e of -- -

NOTHING(; DOWN IF the'r l before Clerk' the of the Circuit hurt on A'O JOB TOO SMALL ; POINT


YOU LIKE ,.IIKIWI-I.'7 day r tlu of' April.alligationoi 19i3;; ( -adiniiln .3 NO JOB TOO LARGE E

''' :t will .lie tak'n amn.ft


id This l 10) Null notice ulan ot publisheaonce I J. A. FILLY A W PLUMBING I
each week for four coneiunvtweeks :
in the Bradford County Tel,,-

N. & S. UPHOLSTERY grai'Ii 4 Licensed Plumber With 11 Tears Experience PENS 10C2LIMIT
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I 1',1 thi- .j day (If MII It"I'i'Irl1L I l' I I 1 .'-t-\I.'harlt.\; ; ) I'aim. i :N. Court St. Starke Fla.

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Cleric the
of
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!': Mai .an !L. Crobb Y. 1'1'\1\ (I"h-rk i 4 ( Expect Telephone Service Soon ) *

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Phone 1 LVi ( ours St Opposite (ourt (louseCAS' : YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYdeluxe "

In 1"011 ('tiurl. hrnAfwrtl (.uul",

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TilE BESTS: .... ... ( SEAL Charles A. Darb r O a $1.00
HATCHED: 7 1: & t J : .1':-I'III tll' t 3 '. Doubly DRESSES
Its -
AH Clerk of said t .url t t p
0\ .1.Id.' per li n' 'I.Ij i H Marian L. Cro li '
: 1.:11': 111\11:11: I ) !> > 11..put'I..r" suuc
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I i vN St.uk. Full .1' part tim .:arn- For 1 r SHOES
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HATCHERIES; i I'Urlila (1a".r'. ee us
Nip i u R tArtd 1Crlte'31r.lot .
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larnIlIlKh.; : AU I K \\ ( Co. -It'II.I'hl"& T. nn RAYON PANTIES
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piKai I and addre Is 51 Ka-t lUtith Mrtrt.New
r rrnUtt-ir.1 J I. "trrkt SA1 .1'I 3o model'hen.lrtl! .
lurk City, X Yire INKINS
trx'ii g.md ''mninifnliti\ L. F.
: 117. -n
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t.tlo'n. Mutllk' :and Walnut
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M\,> 1 1.-:1.1'1... rip 4 lit1 i -u ar- required to *erve .i : \ J
it I tour answer or 1.1."el1'lg t.. : ...- LADIES .oo I

I"I; :- \.B-10: *>.r>-.. .-f laud b" 'h J-'oJt UEYT: -rv.lrabl: 3 room nice plaint .on the Plaintiff- \: SLIPS $1
1.1 it Bats, 30J Clark j : '.
!t. I. wire f>Hors TitriC'' hou.r. -in U turnished ..l'artm..nt.19' Du
,,i u:-h..J1;.\ItI.1 r i..-\t t...t .iftn, n'.tb.rm har Electric! kitchen: Ji.-.K-on\ile! Florida ol
; I KfixrKt, !. s? ,' h' Ttk left graded roaJ at Call St '1',1 f i:'. the iriuin.il in th. I' WindowsJJ

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Apartment. itt 1 lion !.,'. tf ,0. s' /1. .1 :' K.\ J

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:;1 Pltt"TEl'T YOfR SECVRITIEa > stripes and contrasting borders.For .
5 i Fireproof Pr,
I' .In. > riIb" i . + r i K I I1 huh him. we.ehr al' b'.L $1S plus tax Bradford THEISKADFORD Further Information

\ .\te\ 700 lb.. \|.MI ono p.." ('"It,,!" Telegraph! tf'', (; COfNTY
'r.th's ,'uw brownish."r with Call
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Blank, .VYBOYS :
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: 9101 FLA. 117 W. CALL ST.
'' ST\HKE STARKE
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.sTABKE. FLORID.'RID.U' VRCH 2?, 1953

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I Firmer Stand On Septic Tanks Is Ordered By State Board Of Health I


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New he these \"ia are girder one ownership such app_val> wire base,: aerr
, Policy Will// Require Facilities For has been e' jived :o def.ae er
administrative procedure tr approval JT are .r.dvidw.al.y:: owned iarge.lependen: : upv:. Pt':l\:4.: Plucky That's I
CarlHe
of sanitary facilities for Misleading .nterpretauon of tion I ground abs'rpti,,n test' results -

Treating Sewage In Crowded Areast subdivisions and to define to some test determine suitability of soils and in many parts ot Honda ....

L extent the methods and standards for septic tank installations are such percolation results are s ju.-: .t.er.ei- > : ---- --- -
tn bta.n atisfd'tory liveh: small! lots. and the soil maybe for not only but .
meaningless
which we consider applicable in in large part responsible sep are act but fo: the past t.wt'.i, : > N
I .peralion it septic tanks In van- unsuitable for septic tanks we determining the suitability of pro Ue tank failures in areas whereit ually misleading life and puss tbi' for the !-, >. r -'P" -
'it* areas of Florida has prompted now believe that the constructionof '
work satisfactorily .
posed sanitary sewage disposal appeared they would The memorandum outlines more tits life young Car: \\ .,\ "- K1den .
'h S'ate Hoard of Health to facilities ism
mon treatment
sewage
y facilities" the memorandum reveals extensive and detailed of Hampton will have 11 r..t\
testing system -
otf n.itruttion' of sewageeatment << almost every instance a neces-
'f/ The memorandum states that which will be used before aseptic a rubber tube pulled t".1 xli
{ : facilities in subdivisions sit from the standpoint of public
>
of through his .
failures internal
St'ptiC -
"Whenever economically possible. "The extensive tank installation is sy.t'm :.n : -
where there Li "reasonable: doubt" health convenience and maintenance ap- der that he
fields throughout live
tall subdivisions should be servedby tanks and drain proved. might
that septic tanks will operate sat of property values. i eia.as olirhrr1y
state" the memorandum When he '
a public or community water the was just IS months .
sfarti.rily "We have encountered opposi- supply and a public or community notes "has been a matter of great "We realize that application the little fellow one of r.-e: h.-
David 15 I>-e. director of the tion from a few subdivision developers system." and continues: concern to the Florida State Board I of these new standards), in view dren of Mr. and Mrs cari Rh.-je"
State Hoard of Health Bureau of who the cost of sewage that of existing conditions will eliminate found ," -
protest old
felt a an .
It !
por-
"Iii areas where there ig a reasonable of Health. u potash can Iyr.g ;: ;t.-
Sanitary tngtn..rlnIolth headquarters sewage treatment facilities. But doubt that septic tanks tion of the difficulty is due to the the use of septic tanks in the yard. It held some ran watt'r ".- .. .

in Jacksonville, says in every<< instance where such facilities I and subsurface dram fields can be fact that personnel of both this large areas of the state." the and in his childlike innocent e. can 11 lL w

Honda IN moving into the mode have been installed that department and of the various memorandum, explains and con- lifted the can and drank its contents e.,
expected to give satisfactory year- -
"ii age where sewage treatment feature has provided a good selling round service, a public or com- local health departments have approved cludes: : From then on it was a fight

is < onrerned. Only a few years point for prospective purchasers." munity system is required. areas for septic tank installations "However, it is our opinion to save the boy's life and keep him

ago we were Insisting on proper In a recent memorandum to which were either unsatisfactory that the use of septic tanks in from starving to death due to the
administration
''onstnii Uon of outdoor toilets or directors of county health departments ,I "For purpose of or of a doubtful na- :areas subdivided into urban-sized fact that scar tissue following tn.
advises "a subdivision -
privies to avoid trans rassJon of sanitation personnel, and the memorandum of ture. ,lots and blocks is, in general a : potash burns tended to close hlo: ;'
disease from this source. Later regional engineers, it was said: ; is defined as an area fact esophogus the tube leading fr> n. a. ?
which houses "Part of this is due to the poor practice and should be discouraged rPlucky'
five or more lots on the stomach to the ,. .
favor tanksai mouth
*e tame to septic The Florida State Board of standards on which and avoided
may be built regardless of wheth- that previous that he could not drink
a somewhat better way to Health has become increasingly liquid

handle sewage disposal." concerned over the sanitary con- I much less eat solid or even sett:

"J'r1vl4-a and septic tanks still ditions prevailing in many subdivisions Farm Real Estate 1 FFA CHAPTER Green Cove NAS food little) Carl lihodcn i> .''n hore a.s ho prepare* to undergo

have their uses, particularly in In all parts of the state NEWS To Stage Annual In a last desperate effort to save one of the frequent dilation that are necessary to keep hN ophoff\rt"
Off
rural or in surburban areas where' Following numerous conferenceswith Values Level t the little boy from starvation. open after s\\allowing potash more than fhe ear ago. Hr. \ \

houses are scattered. Hut in subdivision our staff and with represent- After Boom PeriodWhile The Bradford Chapter FFA enjoyed Charity CarnivalPlans :, doctors decided to have his system (".1\inJton. health dlnrtor. and Mrv t;. U MtKnight, public\ health

developments particularly atives of Federal Mortage Guaranteeing a trip to Ocala on Thursday, dilated -- a painful procedure that nurse, adJiiinNter the tn-atment.

I where houses are located on rela- agencies/: this memorandum Florida farm real estate i March 5.Ve arrived there at 9:30: are progressing for the necessitates drawing a rubber rata: il Minute I'hot'> by the l'.l..snph-

values rose 42 per cent between ''a m. and entered the grounds im- Navy Charity Carnival\...which will ; tube through Carl's esophogus and I
now leveling be held Friday and Satt\-day, May out his mouth again The tub its routine. and would misti the little ..
.
1913 and 1952. they are mediately. Everyone enjoyed the surprisingly often !C* >111.- '
You Can Help Red Cross Help Others declined I 1-2, at the Naval Station. Green loosens the scar tissue in his throat boys visits if he
ever
off or may have 1 fat stock show and the mam feat- stopped say hu brat grade idhm sti:i.1.! .
I slightly during the past few ure of the day. Cove Springs. enabling him to swallow in a normal coming for treatments I envy him this

j By Making Your Contribution to Drive i I months according to Dr. Henry i The Chapter recentlybought a Each year the Carnival fund is manner Jorumt'kl)' dialatioru in 1913to Carl who might be des rani.! i

Hamilton economist with the University new Allis-Chalmers tractor which distributed to worthy charitiesand Beginning early in 1945, shortly the onc'vt'ry six weeks dIla- 'th.- pet"of ttte health icpaitm < '

of Florida Agricultural Experiment was used in planting five acres ot organizations such as the after the accident the plucky ht- tions at present Dr Covmgton is alert and smart. He once ,I'"
Life seemed harsh wt.rth living to her home several times a week
Stations. sweet corn and so far it is doing Florida Heart Association and tie boy was dilated twice weekly estimates that the staff has given for some of that "brown .t; r '
Meanwhile, the
to the blind wife of a Florida serviceman applied -
I fine job. i the American Cancer Society. I hat the County Health Clinic on Carl more than ISO dilations passing -, they were daubing on the open : .
a
inductee when the AmericanRed for a dependency discharge j Recent decreases in cattle prices very
I| An meeting was: held last| By their contributions mer- ;Church Street. This procedure some 3.000 inches of rubber, in his stomach to prevent mie. 1 11 1,"
Cross came to here!\cue 'that was granted after a Red and considerable expansion of cit ag .
Thursday night. March 12. Everyone chants of the local communities an ordeal that would have ternfied tubing through his system in orderto It turned out that he giant. .i
Entirely dependent upon hey husband I Cross report on home conditions reasons enjoyed having Mr. Huggins I assure the success of the Carnival :j keep the all-important food1tract take some to his Daddy"hr' t..
I since she had lost sight/: ,had been supplied. which has become an eagerly- I ac-cepted he's "
j the county agent with us. Zack j open. ) sore
i three years earlier without relativ : This is but one of hundreds: of ''sible declines in farm land valuesin i Crawford was elected as sentinel I awaited annual event. Those who I Carl who would nonchalantly walk Carl has a genuine affection for Hestdes the frequent dii.ilioi.t .

.i., and fearful that someone |thousands of instances in which Florida, Dr. Hamilton explained and Frankie Wasdin reporter. I attend not only have fun on the I into the clinic, and sit on a stool the clinic and its staff He Is always the clinic staff has seen Tail vat'

might steal her few po'l.Il's.'dons.the i: Red Cross chapters and national | 'i Softball practice started Tues-i I rides, win l.'izs, etc.. but also J without whimpering while his expectant around Christmastime ly through the ailments of n. tma

despondent wife was unableto i field staff helped make life easier "Since values and cost often are day and will be held each Tuesday I!have the astisfaction of contrib- faithful attendants. Dr. A. Y. Cov-I for he has come to believe childhood including mi-a.il'! .

rare for herself. I for servicemen veteran?, and not closely related" the Experiment -'and Thursday nights at 8 o'clock. uting to worthwhile charities. ington county health director and:i I I II that he should receive a present chicken pox and whooping "Ut1

The door was bolted when the members of their families last I Station worker said "and I j --Frankie Wasdin, Reporter. Mrs. E. L. McKnighl, public health'' from the health department staff Yes Carl Is by fat !lh.CompUtnt .

Red Cross chapter's Home Service I year. j since some grove plantings and I I nurse, went to work on him. : each year -- and he does! :''health' departments "best custom
worker called at the requestof 1 improvements have been I. rent have filed their sworn petition! I per"I i and ,when he grows to oe .
i I Every day throughout the nation : pasture I fur the adoption of tins KHz a Red 1 Cross field directorto i!made in of high prices amarked explained. and i I man which he has everin'i<
and the world the Red Cross a period PI the above ellurt.. now the dilations are a tarian. gives Carl a quarter each II
The economist also out that such petition will 1.. presentedti II hon of at the fTnThe'll ,.
brought { doing
whom the serviceman had: appealed decrease in cattle and present
,contribution made here at homeis the Hun John A. H. Murphree, regular part of Carl's life just as i time he brings in an S (satistactory -
for help at his has AfraUt at work to r'lit'r1IstrE'Ss.. de-velopment ,these points in connection with Judge of said <'ourt. at his office rn the clinic regards him as a part of) ) on his report card. which is probably be its biggest Nxler 'i'I
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:, farm land values Florida and Gainesville, Florida .n April ::!-. I I
leave the house the blind woman life comfort the stricken. : of a in
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save a h I U;io; at I ,, i lock |II.m.
also was afraid to light a Mrs. Junius Smith. Bradford for some who increased their holdings I the nation: This Order shall be published in I ,
i Earl ( of will be taken
,
of Sharpe. Plaintiff vs Helen you ar required to serve a copy In i it
match and therefore could wit County Fund Drive Chairman. I of citrus and pastures at On a per-acre basis. United !the I.'radfoid next County four weekly Telegraph.issues Virginia Sharpe Defendant. your answer or pleading to the I ed by you
rook her meals Neighbors Iud ,States farm land values increased 11H.V:%!. \ Case No..NotIre !9b9'1 complaint on the Plaintiffs'Attorney I This notice shall It* p iin ;i. !
March
'osts. Dated this ,
the Cross .
san :"that is why Red i high ( To .'pprar. \ 7.ah 11 ri.uglas, S9i<':once each wet k fur four f'n .
A Darbv
augmented her dwindling supplyof I)i I emblem should bton your apel i Farm real estate values lag be- ''i an average of 100 per cent between OKKU'IAI.I'lelk SKAI.ut the Charles rin-iiTt 'ouf1 To Hlen Virginia Sharps, whose. Lynch IluildiDK, Jacksonville,I week In the Bradford Court t> I. ."
food and paid her rent. 1912 and November 1952, :3.20: 41 're'idf'nce and address io. t'nknownYou Florida graph.
I II I|I a sign that von have given :,hind prices of farm products. 4/H I are hereby notified that a land file the original in the office of Dated this 14 ..1.1"f w.i, |
Red Cross action came fast: Ti.c, a symbol to he worn proudly. Should farm prices continue to fall I while Florida farm land values increased suit for the I'Merk of the Circuit Court on !, OFFU'IAI.( :''I 1-\I.) Chirli V l I'ai
PPK\ll "
TO
NOTICi; I Piorce I or before thee Clerk of the cirruit ( .ur'
meet immediate need a supply It will be your mark of personal 'farm real estate values will soon I 200 per cent. In Orrull Court. .Bradford County,' ''has been filed against you In th I 20 day ..f April. 1:0-: >' 'ify Marian L Croh1".'ito! "'v "'terk
of canned food was provided [identification with a great humanitarian i follow' Legislation now on the From 1912 to 1920. Florida Florida< In (......r'. above named Court and cause and I'otherwise the allegations of laid n IYYWyyywYWw.

since that did not require cooking : cause. It means that you books I may prevent a drastic fall \farm land values doubled: from ,' -TTnTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTm.mTTTmyyyvyyyyvTTmyyyvvyyvvyTT.nv.T. -TTTT#

dater arrangements were tads> care enough about your neighbor\ ( 1929 to 1933. they dropped one- I I..: i
the for the the in farm prices in general such as i third and there was not much .
through Lighthouse across the street or across i
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Blind for church and Elks Auxiliary nation to extend him a helping the declines in 1920 and 1921 and j change until 19 to. when they began : flI

members to bring hot meals hand in his hour of need from 1929 to 1933. Dr. Hamilton. I rising again as a result of war oJ.; .

| conditions. I.I .,.-. -
I J.'romo'ember 1948 to Novem-i I I j $"
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': ber 1952. United States farm real I p --- .
oil
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LUORa 20 ."a: '- t_ oil
estate values rose per

4 ; ONE while Florida farm real ct'nt.1 fc David H.Simpson. .

values rose 42 per cent. i :' THE -While) rI'rquhart i
this period no other state had as i! ;i t

the EXClUSive Features\ | great an increase in farm real t'Si i j oil

\ late values as Florida.: ; I 4

The pattern of Florida farm real

'estate values has been similar to ,

[ that of the nation as a whole except '' FORMAL OPENING

ana you'll cho 1 that Florida values did not ;

e : fall as much in the depression'II

I nor rise as much from 1940 to j oil oil

1913 | OF 4

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In The Irruil Court Of Bradford ,. oil
( mini). Florida In ( banrrrt.IX .
: KE Adoption of Oni Elizab-ih1'

I Order 1''RlIrt'sl.Of I'ublleatloa tno ><.tI... : Pontiac 4 4
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To-: Hubert Earl bein.i'e'-t and 4
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WHERE TRAINING AND 4

EXPERIENCE COUNTIf oil 4

you need a tru- or Surgical 4 4
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support. you cannot afford to 4 4

take a chance with jour health, 4

EXCLUSIVE m bv being impropt>' fitted. oil
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Here at Cano\a Prescription 4
ONE PIECE TOP BURNERS 4
S -- CVnt..... we hate trained technicians 4

Easy to clean lightweight unit both male and female, The Public Is Cordially Invited 4 4

to !smeou., 4
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EXCLUSIVE comfort Uemejufor depend- jour on health expert and E To See Our Display Ot The 4 4 4

RED WHEEL REGULATOR = fitting. 4 4

First and finest for oven heat d OO CANOVA E' NEW PONTIACIn 4 4 4

accuracy 4
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EXCLUSIVE1ft PRESCRIPTION PHONE 4202 CENTEI ,pp. Our Show Room At Court 4 4 4

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SWING OUT BROKER ( Near Hospital( ) 4
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Gainesville Fla. And Jefferson Streets 4
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No Extra Charge 4

278.00 For Setting In Or SearSTARKE WITH FACTORY TRAINED PONTIAC MECHANICS USING ONLY: 4 4 4 II


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TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARRS, FLORIDA

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army in Europe. I kcow. they are t \l.L FOR HI IKSa :\.. :; .I..!;. IT.r : .''r.' '. J'.CCOier ,''c' t'crt H, -. ---
:..d t.. J- ,.! .. use in Uanesvalle. Florida.m ; value .
< > w Ir 'r.d : ateity : r sr.d ...! tar F'r; '
a ; : : .atrt !"J!: H 1 "
so happy. ('<,'Ir.'I!. ..f for '"1'%' ,,f :"Iar..... ; > as the ith day of April 1953. at 1 I'deokrlt"t j' :- u James r. \ i-t |
> the Hall *'. wF i1 :UK k. .\. ]1 t. and chow cause if r q l Bo- .' :;: ;: T'rvjitt lrin The plans for the new Mortuary at :t> in .r"r F;" r:da.i \.ahrr \....l lear Qrder Ol .
until 'Lou ., k I'M Tar all von have. why the prayersthe .: .. .. 1 '' INifcHratiM Ami \.>n. r I"
.1 "n day. .
= .
v [l when we :1 .I3.oof 1Ii Petition filed '. ,... .. ,. -i55Kr; hate Cf FIrU 1..
aad the
are being drawn i| April :. '< 5J, at wh., h trot an'dpUce :n at't < -
( 4ti s 1554 -" l'-e -" .
.
S titled cause should be '.. ., v
e not : '
all i' S rect.-6 wll!I F. .
be
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de ide on just the right way. a | opened and read aload. publicly thBulldozer. ;r 4- 3.ot v US'7 ''and the ewer revenue bvndsin y '.L .j. d-- x v
m it-i; J.MO HISS
F:4r: blue print will be made and then .following! : 13-li 3...* I!S. 'authorizing. described and the procud.. _i; 1 r: : :- l._.t \ l.H.l.' I .
the Issuance thereof be,I publisher '
tine an tile Bradford i'
located
Fran- ( hunt I\'u
on
So this summer 16-1t .f\'t ano. ) rt arl
ne bids be made. I en and Myrtr teems ax isI : .: 4,000 an j J\al.dated and "'nrr,,' .!. said sewer Telegraph. Starke Florida t, nc 1\'"- se. k. oj? anaafi

is going to be busy and exitirg I I The said City re *rg the right 14-27 ....0 IMS revenue bonds ti le i>"' jrJ. tIthe -\' !paper punched, .a Kradford ,Vuit\ 1, :: : .. ,
ty Lura gurqess MofirPOHCA. to a. .-ft ',r rrjrt any or all bidsCITY 231 4."9 UU Petitirner" herein. f. .' and nn be- F.rda.n f,'-::: .i-d '''crier as : ted T. .
I am making some summer OF ST\KKE. FLORIDA I ..... ba.f .>f the City if Sta-ke l>"\dr.jtatt' 't by Se..i.v'. F fa .
3-3i It"i s .
.
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... WEBR5 dresses of thin material, as : By. .'*r. Johr.t, City i'l lrk. 3 -" .Oh 19'5 Count. : of Fl..r.da: .:i l' r .iK 'alUtS 1941 1t .
,1 :,-!! :t 4/3 .toO /gregate sum of Forty TDo'Ur *; -.."1.1 DOXK AND ORDERED at viiville. : .. < : L
41-45
'M. 1 look for hot summer I wantto > 1H 40,00000.. de ', j : > \t.!
a to d.-gnA d Florida thIs 5th ,
day -
of V
UVmn Mar h the house .. [ ;
the ttmij dnyr are away up The ones l! 4a 5. IM7 dated numbered den.- "' : of 11933.
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pa** ao a dream and \;/nlla c,.mi"!: along. the iris and round flowerbed be prepared if I get to go to /I 51i-ti.51-5 i.WMt.6H I949 t96S and to mature as f, :., u- x. verIRrcenur S J .hn A H. Murphree \

where the new Mortuary is to be 1 i OTKi: 10 .tl'PKtHla Rv" nds. dated th- > day l.r.ut: JudgeS : '
. with the MIII; of bir>N rand are slower Iy hyacinths are : Irruil tir ; U-i: 5.000 1970 jof May 1913! numbered 1 \t !inclusive 1\ M.in 14 ,
oarl. 4Urd Oo..tj.i ,j it-.v' 5.101 1971 : 4' 4riuridn 3I 1. : I i built. i llurldit IB ...... in den.)m.nat.ons I ,
Xrrw flIng north. just peepmg through. Lines fromthe .i ( "r. of f' >00 00'eaoh. .a VV : 4
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11-i5 5.000 19.: .
: HLVTS' I have John T. Murphy 1'laintiff v". Piorru and tu mature serlaly ..4 fti In < han< rr. -' \ .
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HELPFUL : 74-9 & 00*
': p n of an ancient Pensan \ r S. Murphy Ijefrndant 19'3 Iowa: !. Mr. uil I ouri 1\ ..dl..i ..nut.
Mv b-'!loved cpaxand saii tablecloth in ,' !and bearing interest at a rate erates r lun.4er ...
( port : : found if you fold a ..- Nr'. !969 .c leer.
determined
be ,
to by the Cii :
Wtire Tn tpprarT 13 IS.000 J.>4
to melts t tI iron there will j |j '.n the sale of said bonds but
ti I I thirds when you FIo.r..r.- Murphw ,... up t .- 4 3.WO SJi
up rnv I Ye. iry fair one i If of mortal goods thou art not be a dent-like pucker in the I 504 h rates... shall not ex,'fed four p. cent (4 ) per annum upon the r .
pal 111
4....
and come a-va/ I bereft I. of freshlv spread cloth. .' : ; value thereof Interest upon f-ad I !5-
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center a .. city! New Tl>rk. 14-17 ..... :,4 ASUPERVALUEAV

For 10, the mater Is past And from thy slender store two Do I ice trays stick' Sprinkle a | uit You: for are hereby notified that a bonds 1> on shall the 1st be payable da> of May mi-annual-and thla :1S-J1:-:5 4 4600.oooi J9ae' Ih

The rain is over and gone: loaves to the are left little salt on your hand and rub Divorce: ..t day of November cf each year a-3u 5.Qj JU:

The flowers appear on the earth; I Sell one. and with the dole I'I the bottom of tray before putting I I I has been filed against you In the a I'titities more Revenue particular Bond description! appearing o.1: Sl-35 SJ-40 5.060 jjn E
5.000
above named
Court and MANYOOUARS
is*
The time cf tfce sinking; birds ''in freeze. I have a pad hanging cause and bj reference to Ordinance. 141 -.\I a-'d It- .. .
Buy hyacinths to feed the soul. I to you are required to serve a copy of I AtK :r.tere parable r
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of the
I I t'aty of Starke Florida, authorizang -
is come. cabinet When I run YiUannver or pleading to thecote annua:t\ :i. the tint dais ,,f \
near the I the same. i ert.fard c..pywhich "j f .n.t..r
plaint the and Maf ..'
: on PlaintiffsAtturnry eaii
And the voice of the turtle a I recall back in 1&35 my youngest out of lard. salt and such. I jot j I Williams & Futoh P i ii attached to and made a.. rate r.'rs -,, I,.. d.termne.1 year: MAIL COUPON

heard in our land sister and I had been in college out of any (. Box 41.: Starke, Florida part. of the Petition herein Th-:. : :ne C.' % I" T the -.i':. f -.L.I I t..
it down I never run Rule to be published in the ttre.iford .
and file, the original In the officeof n.t : ;., >... v .t i
The fig trte puttelh forth hergreen studying all winter. My son staple groceries then. the Clerk, of the Circuit Court one I! Ida. a County newspaper. Telegraph publi-hrd Stark in Farad Fl. r- I i.- 4 ... ., Lt3V 'dniII I

fips. was Just &u and with the first CLAY HILLI: often think of or before theo ford County, in form and manner inquired r
day of April 1S0.1otherwise
:
warm days I began to long for a in the by Section 75 ,,?_ Fl..r.da
A tit! I h'inu with tender the changes at Clay Hill I the allegations of said Statute. JJ41.

gral"rs give a good meIL flower We did not have any ex- last seven years since I left The I Complaint by you will be taken as confessed DONE AND ORDERED :.1 ;.. FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

tra money, but I somehow managed still This xille Florida this 5th day c d M.t: !.
and i nutice shall bs
oaks Pines published j
Arise, my love, my fair one and same sturdy y U3. I
a'onu- away. to buy some red paper roses stand but the new road the I once, weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecuIfive County I S.' JOHN A. H. Ml'RPHIJ if: :

that fed' soul I repeated the and all Telegraph I Circuit Judge .
my
the indoor toilets JUST ONE c
I
.gng of Solomon. lights, : :: .: ,
I.t".cl :
th.s i'
I of
day
M..rch. 1553; .
I words of the Persian poet. I loveto about
have come ,
the' improvements i (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) 4'harlr.1 Darby I FRIGIDAIREMade
Spring s here by the calendar i think back and I feel when I since that April day I said good Clerk of the (Circuit Court i In lie (Irruit (HUM, Fit bin Judlrl.
By Marian L. Crosby. I' T"II'V l'l..rl] I al ( irruil uf Florida In and fur a
What a the am old and cannot get about been only by General;
glorious feeling very have ,
sun
K T triad.. Many '
..y-. A _am.n .. 3.0:! 4t 4/10. fur llradfurd C 4uuly ; In I hanger
d.y> give one. It Js time here to too well I shall have all these taken by death. The young and''j I C1Tt'F ST.I !:KF. .1 M ir c.I".1.i :. '"; Motors Corp All other
'11111.1'Iu tri'r.iu h the c''urit> .,{ 1'r..tr.'r.1. .'.
-t. t-
rake the (leaves When I get this lovely tr-emories. on. I do' Electric Refrigerator } a'e
the old. Time marches |110 Irruit ( nun, llradfvrU CvuotrI Florida Petitioners >T.\1 "in' are r

writ(en 1 think I hall go out and Wednesday I went to a beauty though that the wild flowersare 111..rhln I ; In C. ban....,>. I FIAJKIDA .and the Tatpay r-. Ir ;I', made by other companies Il r
know I.\r.i hi" Cutler! Plaintiff. vs L.ilie ert>' ( un, rs and Ctcn-: ,'f tr,..
try m>' new rake. I bought a shop here in town and got a new blooming and the gardens are !! Butl* r efellilant aX... :'Jbl'i: CITY OF .sTAI'.kF. .n. I .id.PK. :\, ,, and cannot use the word

regul.il (lawn rake when I \.ltre 'I'llPllr..,. I Residents own. ig Proptrtv sUiJec .
: We had a permanent wave. It is soft and the same as I! or Frijjidaire.Want .
I being planted I Tn- Lillie utl..r.'ho e residence t to taxation th.r..h. It. 'l'e'I.\I'
leaf ra)>. Now if Don want to lovely cut short. Next Friday if there. I :tiid address a is 25 East :2\tl! Street, ent! 4 t
) was ira ..n... New Jersey ,
.
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help *r ran both have a good nothing prevents I am to a new Sunbeam 111.1. MSI
going Don gave me a Your are hereby notified that a { A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
rkfW usually hire it done, l The holds in a suit, furDivorce To the State of Florida tf<> c.tr-
'welding bride I know very i;mixer the kind one j :al Property Owners. Taxpa> ..r-. ctilens ; .
but tit?' year it in not s I bowl. I made a h.is been t>led against you in theabove ; ir i.aliMHK: 1
I i. kil it lat.last! fall I' and and any right title or intere-t In .
and grandfather in the lat \eai The cake mixes namrd Court cause pr'p-
a big help. erty to be
really affecled bthe
My Mil}* along the south aide of 'The market save you are reciuued to serve a top of II :b>' the City Issllu TIIESEE
of
young mar. has .yelve(1 l in the one gets now on the I your pleading to the complaint onI I l'ount .. Stark* in Bradford
) State of ,.
Florida f the I
and are good. the, Plaintiff' AttorneyZach I ,
money and time II Douglas ',(>$ Lynch 'j Bonds hereinafter more particularly E. H. SMITHTenth
could see howpretty described or to be ill an> .
\\ I.h you all |I Building Jacksonville. Florida,'I wax aifected
is. His land, Hie, the original In the office of!; thereby: RAho 1lr
CROSS my dog Digger the 4'k| rk ..f the Circuit Court on 1'"u. .uld) I-a.la| I' :ru ti., :St; .11. 0 MPIETE WITH n
COUNTRY CHAmR11@l. coat of hair shines and on his or before the JO day c>f .\ aril:!. lr'"i'otherwise : i f Floi.il a i tlr..,,1.1!,. i,. s. .t. v aud Temple Ave. tNNINISINnUDING
ory..r u.
|: t. | .
the allegations 1,1 stud L : ( S/IAf 6UN
and
I brush c.f i'I..a .j .
back it is wavy. rl.mplalllt111 be, taken* i.ni.eJ -. i' I : Starke, Fla.
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He is so happy "
with take care of him. by you. I

comfort. A dog is This notice shall be pui.ish!i >>d .. FUII CASH PRICE
such a
y and once each week for four consemtlvr. Awcieks -. -- _. .. .,
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really one's friends. In the Bradford County Tel J
Mac White j bv Frank L. graph. f 2 YEAR
Here is a poem Dated this IS day of Mar. > "

II I Stanton It brings to one's t- OFFICIAL SEAL' ) Charles A. I-irl,vClerk STARKERADIOS 4 fWisttviciGUARANlil
of the Circuit Ci''11'Uy 4
tention the briefness of life and Marian L Crosby, D.....'"v. ,"J..rl] DRY YOUR HAIft IN MINUTES!

6 The fellow who sat next to lations and drivers who continually life can be when alone. 2/10 4t 4 10 4 i
lonely 4
mo at the coffee Atop near practice tailgating are how one another for to- TV SERVICE 4

Orlando was from Apalachicola sum washed out. i i So be kind to alone.A 'NO'I'If'I': 10 U'I''': \It 4 tx_!

and he was beefing about "In the second place-we're ]morrow you may be l-lorlrfii In Irruit In'wurt.hnnrerj.Kupene llradfurd. Fount. 4 4

trucks more than paying our way. i 1 little way to walk with you, E. Rhodes Plaint.ff. v '. Reasonable Guaranteed ServiceOn 4 4 - -- -- -

There were three big The average passenger car I < s Ih..d, Lrfend.it: 1 11 I MM I I 01 t TON !
ownOnly Care NI" "'t7 i
pays annual road taxes of my
trucks ahead of me on Route Notice To \Pllrar.T. All Makes Radios
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$4156 while the larger truck a little way. or TV 4 I
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41 he Gladys Ilhodf". sv.-
grumbled to the : > : 4 -1\11\\ N I
counter man "traxeling so pays an average of S3.551.10 I Till one of us must weep and dense and address is; i in is: I I 4 ACME STORES J /nC.. 1..r"\I r1 I i:

--as much in one year as a pont. Richmond Virginm 1 4 .Jad.nn\lllt'.
close together I couldn't [1I.1So.: passenger car would pay in 79 I Ir walk alone Your are hereby notified 'I. : .i IF YOl'K RADIO OR TV SET IS 4 I

They hog our highways bust )ears j Until God's day.A suit for I \\ould like a FREE HOME: )1)EMINSTR.tTIO\)): I II
up our ruad.., and who |pil'S'the Divorce NOT GIVING; Yor 4 :
"As for basting up high. sweetto has been filed against \-u :-i 'h<. 4 '4 at no obligation to me of the IlKAND NEW Cleaner
bill ? We do the It is so
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little, \va>'s-each state has truck little way above named Court and < ao'' ..r. F p I SATISFACTIONCall 4 I at $12.93 I !) I
motorists" J ,,.' 4
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you are required to <'er'j'\ "
liveTogether
she and weight laws. The I II
lie went on that for i your answer or pleading, tc. tin M,' : 4
way American Association of State that I know 8r
plain on the Plaintiffs{ ';M.r ;
about live minutes.. i finished 1 N'ame
Highway Officials set up these i Life would not have one withered Donald t:. Buck 'J04 l.\: 1 ''n. 198-W At Once 9 I -
my coffee and then I turnedto standards in 19 tG and by golly, Bank Building. St. .\.az. <4 I II

him rose to giveIf Florida, Address . .
we truckers have to abide I - --- -- -
by should and file the original In the < ff .nf : I
"Look Mister I said these laws. one of us go. the Clerk of the Circuit t', ,.-t f" > 22S E. Call Street Next Door To Nas orth\"' I
"jou're pulling my cork but "And for jour information or before the 6 day \i I" > : Cityif Phone

we truck drivers ean't affordto pal," I added "right here in And if these lips should ever 1953; otherwise the all gatuns ol 4 .L I It.l'.U..Iddnr.-'Ira.-! :-IH'C'UIt lHrti-Uonr ur
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lose our tempers. Hut let said Complaint will be taken .is I .a.-i _
smile I
Florida we have nearly learn to fessed ty -. ---.- . '- - -

me Mecr you straight on a :1HW.OOO trucks and more than With thy heart far from mine This notice you. shall be 1".1": -i. ) i -. .

few Hunts," 1UM)0( ) truck drivers who are Twould be for joy that in a once each week for four c''.r. da. I I' 'r, .. ._. : : < : .. .: ::'_ .: ;: .. :..;: _' __'<;; _._'.":'::. :: ." '''-' ; ':: _.:.: .. '.:,.',, :::' :,:._.'.'.: ::;'"'?:c--; :::'='..
lie swallowed some coffee weeks in the Bradford Coiiiiu F.: ..
doing a terrific job, if you'll

and looked at me, sort of pardon my modesty. Think it little while graph.Datfd this :! day ,.f %,.. '. I I

Mirprised. over-everything you eat They would be kissed by thine. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chail.s D..I t\ ]

"In the first place" I said, wft.r or use is carried at least CUrk c>f the Cir. 'rr 4' I. i

"those three trucks, trawling part of the way by motor Stop Think. We are still I L"y Marian L. Crosby.Devils j e' 4orll 't i. .Ii:7 \ Now

close together, were 'ta lgat. truck Happy driving, MU ': alive. Breath deep, laugh, live,

ing. It's strictly against regu- ter." '! love and pray. I Thank Thee I '\ is: or I''11:'110' '1OIt1:1:1.11It \ 0 t1 t

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I God bless you all, : llut a.r is hereby B'vn 'I I it I

LOVE LenA I undersigned. under the |'u \ .' i., "
I (.\d'rnl..nll) I of Chapter :O.Q53! Lawof I 1-1' ? t

Acts of 1941 will regi-t-i w :i j
f'!trk of the Circuit c.'urt ." OPEN FOR
BUSINESS
fur Pradford ('ount>'. St.it- f I.1 1

-;.. }tV: r ri' rq.yr H'/'j'.. .. ........ da. upon receipt of proof ..f i,'I': \
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-/ .. tion of this notKe.
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ft .<[ > name of Starke Loan A. d,.in /
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ftz:1 1.1.. _. "i )/ ... ".. under willi h I am enK.iK> <1 <
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'I -.... ._ ,...t-.tr : ) "-. mess at Caiit.vah urug M'! -' >.

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,: .'. : .x-- _) FJa.L.. A Canova. Can,,t.t I I' i
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w j \1' ..__vv _....._\ Starke .
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:\ Hated this 13th day .f V {
\___ Thomas & Hicks
f l'! : _..-....------, A.I 1S53. at Marke Rradf.a i Garage I
: .. ty. Florida. i
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-- Bradford County.Flurldai \
....,. .. ..__.._._._.-... In < Irruit 1'ourt. .
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n .w 4wwxq Mae ,Carc.lxn Martin P'.urr", t- j
William Alfred Martin I', I. nd.tFae '
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S. Not he Tn \1111,..r. {
.. I To: William Alfred M.in r. u -
reslden e and address 1- I.'* :,: ."
I' MU.souri. |
Your are hereby nun-d: : >...: .> L a ALL GENERAL REPAIR
a -
-.---- .. suit for r.
.. ._._- Divorce ty ,
has been tied again \ : I 7i a .+ Ire

.... above named Court ant 1 > a." !


,--.- v.o plaint."ti':0 are answer on required the or pleading Plaintiff to serer-tr..:\".,. ,i ; ii : WORK ON ANY MAKE

'.a.'h 11 Douglas. '.' : I -
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Building. Jaikxonxille F. '' ,
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and tile the original in tht .
:'.e Clerk of the "irnl"' .

r.w ., in- before the 13 day of .Vpotherwise : S. AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK
-- the allegati':'- : '
.. Complaint will be taken .t. | rAT
ie f.l by you.
shall .... '
This notice l>e p -:
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nee each week for four t r.-
weeks in the Bradford Coun'\ T..l..

graph.Dated this 11 day of M..r' v ; .. THOMAS TRUCK TERMINAL T. S. Hijjhwa 3gl *

I -FFICIAL. SEAL) "harh--\ 1 1" .
11 Mile South of Starke
Clerk nt 'he t're:..: l' :"
Iy Marian L. Crosby Dt' ,tIn \. -...
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Thr 1rrult Court. I'Uhth Jodi.lI -
irriaif of Kl.rida la and ft.r
i llmdfcril ('*unt,. In hanirr (1 sat T-p

S 'ITY lOr STXKKE a 5! .n ; -x
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S. '1tht' t'.unty of "'o\df"r.1 "> ofFlorida WRECKER SERVICE
aat+tr ualt afI c'rt
Pet'tioner, vs STVTK "P )
FLORULA.! and the Taipa.r"I ,
Jrrrr 4 '
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-rt\ Owncr'and Cit .z.r"ITT -
'. ,. WITH A PURPOSENow t.Io' STAKKE' 1-:. I nl! r.g'\ .
Resident. owning Pr..p.- \ r 4
Jr,.t to taxation th..r.:1. 1.. .; DAY OR NIGHT
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f in automotivestvlin enls.
{ recognize a true "original
q HI I K MM I
To the State of Flor'J-i '1. .. .. .: '
& steel continental flair that .
I :J ? .*" a drops erally propert o... ner> *.t\- \ .
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-- } 1;:. citizens and others haf. r .
S ; hint of V-S and
j J a surging power flashing per to;
1.: inc and right title or .n' -

formance. Here is beauty with a purpose' property to be affected \.\ .
nuance ky the City of Ala'... PHONE t' : I
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graceful in every contour, generous in roominess and riding Bradford County. Plate .<'f F'. da i ,
for and on behalf- of ':
comfort. Here is dial brings with it sense Starke, Bradford Count f,i i 1 'J .
beauty
a thrilling new -,,, t_ 1''C
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Florida. of the Bonds h.--- .... .
:z' of road mastery and control. more particularly de ',r'id( I' .. .. ... _is
. be deyribed or TO be n' a1 \ u ; .
affected thereby: If '.

I Ton and each rof'"ou.. "r -' '. I

Florida, through the Sta- \" 111J .- iL 1. _. =
4 of the Eighth Judicial '
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Florida, arc hereby rrq.rn j .; l. E. (Te\ \\ II. >n, Chief .Mechanic; S. K. Hicks, Partner

all new $30 d nfl pear House before In Gainesville this Court FIo.r.la.r.at the t ... .. and deneral Manager; .Mrs. (;iuy Kdwardv; JVxAkeeper ; i.-

lith day of April. 1953. a- '.i i '. Ii. T. THOMAS. Partner
0 1 A. M. and show cause, .t .' \ .
have why the prayers < tr.- ition i
r Power Pocked B v.r'9n/ Six
filed in the abf>ve .ent::.., ..
should not be granted .. :
j t'tiluies Revenue B. ndt.. r '. '.

aw1rav 'ow .ir--f red t. triLftI a+ifx r' -or'bed and the pr ..., .
the
there .
ruing issuance
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., dated and Bonds confirmed to be, b".r.j>
Petitioner herein for and! '. : .
I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Ion the City of Stark.I" .i' I s
I County State of Florida .r : .:
.I jgre *te sum of Eight T : W E L DIN G : Too Small -- We Fix Them All

.& Dollars "SO.OOO.Gt to be de> .,,-.,..' '
dated numbered in d..nt.r. n..- _

and to mature as fol1c.n 1.:.. -
.,, 600 Temple .\\ e. Starke Florida Phone 69 j
{ Revenue Bonds, dated the h: d.v. r ..
May. JSS3! numbered 1 v, .': : -. -""" ',-'-" :--, -':'::'-- .-:- -:: '.- .._: ':::: -- -. .- ...-- ::. ::-'- .
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.\}", \RC1I 27, ISiS BRADFORD COl TELEGRAPH.. TAKXC FLORIDA. 1',\GF: Eun:

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTT..TTT TTTT T rYTYTTTTTTTTYlFARMER'S 'r peppers. our labors the ether day tits j TiuJ.t.li' iit. f.. u ; .. ;..l..i i'. IK a- B1.-.1..' 1'.4..t.f1. : !. The .nor hal1 hr put.sh..dr. : f ;..A! ..,> K ns: : V.'. ..'1' ,-.I IV! :
I re.drCvaOd addre-; .- -1 K -N" \t*: ,: : v Kjth I"'' -.l.t iHfrr.d- *_. urrk hr to ur c,.n.ul.\ i ft- !i"hAr+r and 1'. ;Tliuti
I' s sj |Haul Matthews. Adelaide Crow :-rett. Mar;. 1pl.t:.<:. :\r u i :t. .t Case \.,. 1/7 Mi I I"-k. .D the ltrrdforJ i ivuitq r le''I''I A." ,Hal > A : I Iut two half sweeps oa the cativalor !- J son, and her mother. Mrs. Drea- \J are r."f"lY nd.r.rU l:._v a \.tlr T. Xppear graph tI ti .\.l>t>ri S h.MI: also; ku ..
cut for T>' Mjirgf-j truth Piur..l, whoserMr P '.I! h r 15 des\ ..! )ta.D :):.J a .\it><-r! '"'..1..1. it-" .* .l. and I .
: frame of the tractor and nan visited us Adelaide mother ". and addce Mr, .
: L'"..rcto r a > c o i \O.'Fh..JA.1.SE..U., rustles A. Darby ; on :h .L. coral!. \ I' '
U I started cultivate our eight rows i Us quite a traveller haling recently bas: t ert. fil...d r&inn you tn the titer. 1-u.lo.. s XVlRtrr Street, i'ea- : < l.T* HI tt.c I IIVUll tt. : w -i'y.* : .I'T v
DIARYBy above named Court and cause and .sl) :Massachusetts. 1 P> Marian L, Crorty. Ivpuf 1 I:,
r,! Irish potatoes We were making -I flown out to Anzona with I I you are r..1urecl. to serve a copy oflyour You are nm>> r.. :'L.-1 "it: a i 44llrarffwnl i .\ ..
answer or pleading to the ,uit for ..._. __.
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good time on the job, and doing side tnps to Mexico and the Grand I u : : It'Iinal t1 *
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Sam Mcflarvey : / complaint on the PUintifTiAttt ., l' \orcella I. Lear' ......... ..rl !I. < C. d' \A. ...art \,.1'I. \
a pretty good jc.b"e thuik Canyon. rr.t> T Frank La idrusn, -. er ,--i ..j:.' '' .' ,; Ii'ratx' t..alt. ru.na. r % .i : 'i t -. .;r
( 4r ; .-'.: fcr. K.-I.J: r l.a'.1 I ? u '. .Uff a.i .. .. ..,
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The author uiU bf glad to rej .vfcen all of a sudden things went { e 1 1I : ; .\ \ -r! ;
tnd.
: and die tnr onciuat In the office otithe )uU a"e ie "T. r a v* .' vII ,
-' trite Items of latest concernIng : wrong with a vengeance.Sam I Well, it didn't take the cows Clerk of t"e Cirmit Court. on i ii j i vur ai '"'..r ,.r pi's>l < tt 'i i
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the Purr., 1t i
i before the plaint on n \ r\
p the activities of former in 4 l to the which ur i ..
lonp down '
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.i graze rye J* dav vf .\JT! 1-1V :I zb II 1> g.a- j> .\
ti j .tbt-r1lnu' I Buildns. .'... t>.. km' F : .n.vvvvv.vvvv.vp..r..vy .Tnv.T.v.v..v.vvvv..VNOTICE
Bradford County. Suf5e m may we had planted for the: They the .U..cah'na of said I
noticed Alice waving frantically and file tbe original! in trr ;i-
; V.mpiamt will te taken all coafcsA-
t lIIfIl.tt at the Telegraph office or : ,are sun chewirg: at it. but ..
p away d by you "t the Clerk of the C -va t -rt .
malk'd to Sam f-Gan ey. Lawtey, dp. so he raced the tractor I j,I the: whole field now looks almost I This notice shall t. publisheo I ..r before the :. djf .AVotherwise PLANNING TO MOVE?
.4 down the row. hurried across the | J.(once each week for four con vuil\ the alle Ta.i i LS i -n, .
p. 4 i as if they had been mowed. But weeks In the Bndford County Tele Complaint will be taken <,.-
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highway, and learr.efl this: :j ,, I Let 1 ux do the for
t.. . . .. . 000 0 0 .0 0 0 .. aaaSSLSAAAAAAASAAaaEnyy'ed _____ ji I Iwe don't eund. for belere It or |I I raph. 1 1Da.t" te> ed bv youTh job >ou com-
------------------A&&& &'U .A- ------ this 1$ day of l1an b. U1. '
noti.shill:
:! D. r : lId "l' local and
i inot. even in the short time of' (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A r.,0). ., ti Week for fill'. 1\.8. AlURU t'SOll i () t' operate long
a pleatant visit from fill up the cups they often Include Clerk of the Circuit Com i n. r eai r' ",", ..,. distance where I' S.
The small sow Higgie had .two weeks, there has been a big ... .f. I'weeks In the Bradford C.' .: \ 1 : an. in .
|I : *>- MOl'1Nf
i Marian L. Dr
( Ey Crosby,
Mr and Mrs I
Jordan of Georgia rotted berries WIate gladto era ph.
broken out and was wandering .._
s':t 4t 4 lOllI
I improvement in their condition II'h'- 1* dev II( M -- .
uho dropped In one afternoon and get Ihem off the plants One about the pasture, just looking toe ,Now if we could shut them out of (OFFICIAI.SEJIL) Chart.- .\ : Phone 311 250-J

got acquainted. Mr Jordan said thing we are glad about is that ..e what mischief she could get the and \ : TO \lri\K Clerk of the Ci- .. ', wM or
field nitrate
give it of soda Pfi
IB Cirrull ( url, Itr..U.rd Cvual* 1 By Marian L. Crosby
that he enjoys reading the TEI- the sulphur we applied did a good ,
into. Sam didnt get nad about .
> i we could get it growing again .. Florida: la ( .r.r1.
KOKAI'H very much, and that he job of controlling red spiders and the interruption, but got a ham- ': Angelina Ann. '..letto. Plaintiff to ? Fxrellent: Storage Facilities -

iwd ti. live not far from Lawtey.He the plants are really growing nO'R.But mer. some nails and staples and But great day in the John Col { morning. la irralt Court, llradford < 'umflorldm < t
raises tobacco ir.ostly. of them are loaded with .\oil.e Toppear ,i iTo
some
headed for the hog pen. v.-e are so far behind now in our John ." .. reside : In Ctianrerr. '.t R.
: < .I"tth"" rand B. ALVAREZ
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dozens of knotty little berries and I Jl-r'.ard i". Puf.ih.;. 1
addres4" Shippan A\e tu'-
planting that it doesn't look as ifwell Hri..n M 1'ufahl.. I'. f..n,' .
Icrnrs 1 i it IH going to be a job to get rid He didn't get mad when he al-1 1 Stanford Connecticut. e..tlee .i-. N
berries terries hour ever catch up. The heavy Y..:'r are hereby n.it.fird that aeutt ..tYfllls for Ihlchcr Hros.
of thrn But then there are lots I learned \. T.pp..r:
that Finr.egan acting '' for
so was -
after hour, day after day, during rain we had during the week was T,i Hrlen M. Pufahl "
thin tteason. Seems we spend of headaches that go with raising I up or when he saw that the too much of a good thing, and we Divorce minl.rhlld.< ustody, support and t.intml and r.-'.f.- 'd<.nre and address.. i- 4Si Pt'rr\ man mt:. S. t'ourt St.YOU'LL .

al:rant all of our time In picking, berries and the more we work cows had snapped off the stand- have to wait now for the field to I toration cf prior name imtngt:.!an lit r n< I>e.I..1r.Y..1t .n..1 -- t K-
with them the realize it. Chas It..n filed daa'nst you in the;
more we and that the whole I
pipe area fur
packing Borting. selling and last t dry off before we can bed up. ai>i>ve naiiird Court and iau--e amt suit ,. '
... 1",1' .r .1\ r: '
around the was flooded. Jnu a'- r"'i''r..d; t. : .r A ".p\ .f ---
'>t all toting the culls down the pump Tfcne may go creeping along dur- .... has t.em! i !I. d! ic i "'v.i --r ------- -
X'i>ur ar'r i>r |il 1. ad'1C h. Stir .
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pasture tn the hogs Last week- I However, our little patch of,12.orllJ r a ing the Summer but it sure does lila.nt, .n t',-.. 1'ii'nt"n 11?. .>.'I..j'e n .i I k d.. >.. "I'' WANT MORE
Rayld n. SeUen' Balld'.ng! ,
fond *e {.i< ked about l.VO qts. from plants'U a dwarf alongside : lIe didn't even get mad when he gallop now.Comfort 1 l>a) cotta lieai h. Fi rda, \ .t. .nc ... .." .'

seven middles and! we seemed to of Luther Milliard's field of over 'looked; up to sec that Happy the' , ..,1'. .n. r."...ff. .:. : -I, \ .t ... \" W i P r'M> K >n-
K- 1-rW i.f 'h. < "i t .
r*> about l with bemes lateen has a bare her "n" 1'I 1 1'.l.,1': J.J.. ; '. ::\.1. .
swamped 100.000 We visited him duringthe I calf had broken into the spot on ..r I..f..re thO d..x .f .\Ir"\ tr. } .I

on our Hoadsifl Market But we week and found him out i in :orchard again from where he cane shoulder that has us concerned 1SC.3. therwre the a-gat.:; il.ti 1-I .ur" rlda.!tar "tiftiliai ..n1,0' '. r r
-a.nl Cump. wti1! be t,. i uffer
.ain .1once ue
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*ell them at Vc The hair has < 'Vrk t1 I 1
a quart field the field busv supervising th easily get into the kitchen garden t; rubbed off and ware try>I.d t.c yt.a. 'ne- I I., tl "

run and! before we knew it we picking lie said that due to wet He asked Alice to shut off the wondering if it is a mechanical Th.!' r, a a r .h.,; ,. 1)u'.:.. ... .: .

had sold all of the berries Of weather his packers were discarding I electricity so that Fmnegan would injury or some kind of mange week111 eat h the wtk Kra fur.!f'Td f,>n.I'onr.i'ii.y< T-:' M. .

ours .air price of 50c U based about half of the berries pick stop making like a flowing well. ': 1. graph Peeanw'

-,n all KI.fd terries and when we ex]. and that ItS far as he could coaxed Higgle bark into a pen and Slugger. the little bull calf, gotinto I (OFFICIAL Dated 'hIs sEAlll }that->f .iN. Lthl i iI ', .. iS +

pick him ourselves we are sure I see the outlook for the berry sea locked her up. and then tied up : the kitchen garden (he just !L'1.I f L-. r< 'lit .-

.1 it When we hire picking done, son was not gofaj He believes the calf so that he would be secure -' ambles through the barbed wire Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputyk sul'4:: :fk

we then have to w>it the berries I that growers must sell berries at But the chain of events had 'fence we put upl I and it was a ATTENTION t ; ICE CREAM

over and we often have to discard job to get him oirt But about the \NOIII. : III M'I'KVH
about $9 a crate In order to makeany weakened his resolve not to lose {II" I'lrrtiii ( i>nrt, llrcdfvrd 'ounlj .

shout half c>T them (especially I money under present condi his temper, for when he leaned 1 j time we did. Petal the half Jer- {t-'I.rl".1 Paul I..Hilp.iil In! (.bin! .PUmiiff-..M.i \ E.: ., If You Have / der \

luring: the past few days due to tions. : over the pond which had formed: ;II sey-half Brahma yearling heifer, i i 1\1..1" l.ii:rtji.i'rt I I'efrndtrrlase
I
wet f'jtthf'n.) But we have about I started to act crazy. ran about \, S.7K,
around the standpipe and a fresh PINE: OK CYPRESS
I Nvllrr 10 \|>|>enr'I
given uj trying to do our own : park of cigarettes fell into the wildly and then just soared overa IT.. E\ riots 1..ndfard. w'hopr :, r For real "melt-an-Your-

picking for we are much too slow As we had just set out a roof w I I water that was too much and hejblew fence into the garden It was I j, -idnii and addis> '! t'nkiiuwn T1MUKHTOSKLI. mouth"goodness enjoy

at It We fuss over each plant pepper in our kitchen garden I II I his top. provoking trying to get her out suit You f.-are h..r..by 'lotllird that a Small Tract'1J'c o e Borden's Butter Pecan Ice
Large
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Ids all tton we asked Luther what insecticide I : UIt'.r. r or
pick rr> knotty seedy i r particularly as we did nof havea .
has I.. -i rib d ajl'am't'U! :n the > Cream. You'll loc this
br-rrten pull weeds and takeforever he used on pepper the was very iI
any
rope on the place We havesinrr al.IInam..d Court and oaufce and '
j I I It's one thing to be angi I'with liny All
to do only a little pier I( successful with them last year). bought one and are now vou are r.ijmred to st'ra copy of creamyrich
someone else, but it is t''pn.f.r *p M'Ur answer or pleading" to the ice cream with crispy
nf ii r VI' now get a group of He told us that he used Dithane, readyfor the next vegetables re- iiirnf'li'nt! r f '''A P'-> ;r'" ,
to be angry with yourself He I'ATOP PIUCESO crunchy dclicious-
colored children to pick for U4. I plus zinc sulphate. \S't.'ll try it, deo Att.-rne>' Uoyd Ha.-.*. 30:: Clark ,, pecans
knew all the time that he shoult.lha'e HuiUlinK, Ja<'k"un\llle, Flwrida. ly and generously woven
and although in their eagerness: to. for we would like to i.i.s"- someREFINEMENT ... ....... and file the In 4
.J' original the offlrer
braced the standpipe with a the Clerk of the Circuit Court or all I through it. Buy

i, post, for once before: the same .lor t...''-'..> trI A Write Call Bordcn's Butter Pecan today -
l':<> da> of April Ii3.: ; or
thing had happened and it had Busnow assembling facts and I 1 otherwise.. the all"eatJnn"! of *) i'Coniplaiit and be sure to get

been a tough job to repair. And i j figures for our income tax return will be taken a* con'e-. plenty to take care of
the worst of it that One benefit of this is that I CL';! '"' Vi.'l
all second
part was i This notice shall be puV>-1 B. THOMAS ,n helpings.
i he let the job go until the following |jit brings out a lot of hard facts I : once rash week fur four. ,..... ., ayt
live week in the Bra"'..." I ...
morning, and then he hadit that may be unpleasant to face TaPeranh LUMBER CO.
but !' Tt..l ., ., "I .1..' ...f1.. : '
nevertheless /I
are
to do in the midst of a driving'rain. necessary to
(QFFICIALSEAL J ) Charles A. Party PHONE :211!J JP. t ,r ,S
in ('vi'ry m.'C(: "ar)' detail in a Sen ice He vowed that just as soonas know. e "I..rk of the. "'itiy n .. II ",r 73'othnBost !
"' Hot 735 1
( 0.
Marian I. l'r."I" '
he got the damage repaired he I II f(0 Gaci sieed E
available and known .
locally widely :: 4' I "
ST\n Ii E FLA. H aseleepmtb'
( would put in a post as a brace I ,
for its modest cost wholesome} t re
M TI< I'IC) l'l'- ltIn
a.tm 1
ICE CREAM
[ Hut at the time of this writing For instance, we bought $1.- 1'In'nil uiirt. llrmlloril ('ounr, I
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courtesy, and} always tactful sym- i i it is not done vet.I 253.!(9 worth of fell last year. Kluriilai In I I I !The I
iI stock fed
we included
I I : 200 --- -

Told Mr Swell in the bank j pullets and 40 hens (the latter

that we were trying: some of the !( for only 5>> months of the year). ,

DeWITT C. JONESPhone I Southland tornatoes this year so j three sows and a pig. six head of .

7 Starke, Ha.Funeral he came out and got a few to try ,.i cattle two of them milk cows I I Now! Get all the performance you paid for
j
I himself. It will be interesting to We think our total feed bill was

r. .. see how good they are. I{too high.


Director Ambulance ServiceOur I I The two rows. .of .corn we ha"t'I j I I j!j We bought* JS474S S worth of when you bought that modern car !

local funeral hOme enable us to offer convenience adaervkea are growing rapidly now and wewish poultry feed and sold $602.72

But utberwiae available. now that we had planted a worth of
eggs. Making an allowance --- --
lot more It will not be long before II of about 100dozen w- -----------8
.. ... .. .. .. .. .. eggs consumed .: I >
I I .a seers. .e we will have to get busy to :::: .
by us (tat an average price I"- _
We furnlah the highest type service at lowest prices and combat our enemy' the earworm of 50c a dozen) we sun lost money -

accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, lined by ANY I,and we are not looking forward on chickens for the first year i !i

company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. 'to it at all.Enjoyed since we've then farming.: We I I"r .. .'
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4 Consultation carries no obllgaUon..eee know sot.t' of the reasons for .

.._, .. _, g IliN
IIIIII II I a brief respite from our loss We got the chickens J HF. Y
r .
started at the wrong- time of the i

r I year ( September), we were too

..4HowTo8OSS : busy to properly take careof. ,

i them and we also know that the i

I t hickens did not produce as guaranteed I

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WIFE. I .1 ..:". #
YOUR (No. 3 IN A SERIES) vN

During the vear. we bought$140( : ;: .. .. '
"3 of hog 'ft'(}. We sold two

( batches of feeder pigs for about i: :I \ / ; r4 I
iJ
c40 : | J 120, and put one hog and a pig : ::\

i| in the freezer From June through .h .t'I : \YII _

I|I nost of December we fed our hogs I 1 :.

/ ..JICK I Ion Iof corn which we raised and which I t tI tI ,

1 COUrse. also cost us for fertilizer I I ,. %C
J '1 seed and labor.

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Our cows are our best picture k.I .
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i We bought 150.65 of dairy ra- I j' ,,-.. -
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| tion. citrus pulp. etc. In return .

% I j for that we had all the milk and today'slongest ,

cream we wanted, plus skimmed: 1. Gives you ? ,,


have milk increased for feeding our other inventory.stock and We possible\ mileage\ =

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|I al.o butchered a steer (a steak can beat the I long

I II I from which we ate tonight at Fact: No other gasoline from new, boost Ml- Get New BoostedGASOLINE

dinner) which provided us with an 1 mileage )'ou get is llysmooth. ;

abundance of fine beef. N OX. And Gulf o.'wx mileage ....II


HER OUT.. f What do these e figures. prove" from 1


Well we think that they show t Action-right / ULF N .N X

that instead of our animals helping a the start!

to support us. that practically

ruvJeJ laundry appliances into : the whole tribe of them are lean. y "ou\e sampled this NO-NOX; brand

irg on us And brother Once y'
our ancient
the alley..and: set her up \\ith a I quickstart s and safety-sure plckup- I !
and creaking backs areweary' oE f Z1p- u'U never
_ and o n the h.1&h wa) ->0
traffic
brand new all-clcctric outfit. in
settle for anything I less.
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Hoth your wife :and )our home L ; Modem 'engines call for something different in gasoline-especial/

L + lift will be more pleasant.And..ohcs.our oTln TO U'''.: \It 3. K noC.i In. cars equipped with automatic dmes.smoothness .
In Circuit
(nurl. Hradfard Gountj
Wttd < m.t .t\.l Maddm: : Plaintiff I) ,
omoxed hew I+ttle it cost to t1) .\:.:.. i; Madden. Di-fcndant. scribe as "an extra-high percentage of man-made hydrocarbons."
operate odd.'.aura cpplioncein \\ ill be dc ncr...Iool Cue No. $."4otlM' ). -
\ T. f IS And that's what in boosted Gulf NO-NOX! .
a Sunshm Sei ce hote Yowr 'pH'SrlAnna you get new,
f '' better. last t longer, too! T. Ii Madden, who.rf',.- S eu d SSSii f I .,
dealer ton jfn ji te'a's. d. :. ., .J ailJr.--- ,. R !. No 1 H / Remember: New NO-NOX was made possible by Gulfs great new
.\.h\ ...- Xrw York. .
You are hereby notified that a Catalytic refining facilities-including the world's largest fluid catalytic .

'ut against: fir yon Divorce in the has above been namedfoi filed engines of f every age j cracking plant U sets an all-tine Gulf high in both anti-knock quality .
CLEANER FRESHER tLOTHES..WITH
... LESS WORK rt and cause and you are rtg -. and performance efficieccy.kGet .
...rwj to terse a crpy of your arewer .;r":."'( :4 .
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;1 or pleading the < ;iifSi : .
to compiai : ; .j. < .
- tar 1rA" thtPlaintiffs ..:+ '<: ;:' 4pS 5S(
Attorney :
1:"( ? :) : r .
.r 'P!. rMa.T.. and Frank tile Landrum.the original Starh-in tnff' > A J.sx?:' '<"'." ...., ..-.. '". -'f; *":" "'. a full" tank and get the full benefit from

\ : J. of the Clerk of the Clrcu i 6 _' --:-- "
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.r. \ urt ,.n or before the 20 day f'
Shy; !
LL ) i r .>>I>r.:, i: jj. otherwise( the alleg*. NEW BOOSTED
A.lomu: :"e r IQ.t E hft.i dr'1 Wle ...:.s Maer- .rofW'; .. W ti..- vtiid; Complaint will be ,
_. hue ofJ gat tale !tIe cf wp torn of hftnd a.;'. ,cirv' tearer taken 4.1 i.infeiscd by you. i -
Din at .,f b... Mcr toe end kyanl ..1 do+et .:-a '':''.' t, '=' This nott. e shall Se publuhdince '
:$ each 1n..k tor four <%one /
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .ef NO-NOX GASOLINE
3SS ELECTRICITY IS CHEAP USE IT MORE .
Dated th. I' dar of March 195'
,I'FFh'IAL. SEAL) Charles A. Dar. -- -
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. i' ,ICP/ i'!..rk of the Circuit C..ur'Py
fa. Marian U Cro by. Deputy Clerk -Gulfs finest ever for anti-knock power and high-compression performance!

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5 (t NOTICE-TO PPKtR

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY %i\\ !. Circuit (....rt. Brad(.rd C.mat;.
Florida: I. rhanrerrAlbert F. REGISTER & SONUTOR'
W Herngel. Plaintiff vs
Madalame llerri el. Defendant : I
Case No. $701Netlo :
T. '..f'ar. I'HO.NE! lay STAKKE FLA.nun. .



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BRADFORD .. "
CO 'IT TELEGRAPH. STA&KK FLO&IDA

n m.\\. MARCH ?7. IftM
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SOIL CONSERVATION

ATTEND

NEWSHy '

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Bill HaasU :
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S. SOIL CONSERVATION I ( -


SERVICE t

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A basic soil anJ water Conser.I Comwrvat.or. far'". plan /.a* rr.ade

. vation plan was prepared for A. by E C Gariert'jse f lr.11 is

t Thor.ai Sr on his place out the located west of shag: ')r the

Lake City road Mr. Thomas Is !;: Brooker rfJllJ Services

planning to manage this land for

limber production Included in his ; We were out looking over a '

conservation program is selective':|field of Blue Lupine which disc _

cuppirg which is a naval stores Diet supervisor. Clyde Cone was !

ronservatlon practice. He has also starting to turn. "I plan to leave'. \j:

planted! an acre wildlife strip. ,a ptnp of lupine for a wind.break

i In this field", stated Clyde. Farm.rs '
Bradford Soil Conservation District -
... in other soil conservation districts -
leaflets titled "The Measureof
say they have cut downwind
Our Land", "Soil Conservation
damage to their crops almost
and "For Higher
Objectives"
completely by leaving strips'
Production Soil and Water Con
of lupine in their fields
servation" are now in the Starke HOLY "rEEK

Chamber of Commerce. While wewere ,
Pointing to a multitude of plants
discussing these leaflets.
coming up. J. B. White, a district
lime Secretary of
Mrs Marion ''
cooperator in the Heilbronn section. -
Starke Chamber of Commerce
the
remarked "I am going to

remarked everyone's "soil job soil conservation conservation is plant sacola Sericea Bahia gras spedeza in that and field"J Pen- SERVICES DAILY MONDAY MAR.

.iot only improves! our land but it B went on to say. "I plantedthis -- 30 FRIDAY APR. 3

improves our nty by increasingne ,
last ,
small patch of Sericea
income of the farmers"
year and I sure got good grazing I

A request for a Soil and Water from it". 12:00: NOON -- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH


i beef cattle better adapted to Florida -:
'fl
RURAL conditions. At the Everglades'' Y

Station work is going on in breed- Y
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COMMON SENSE ing better beef and dairy cattle.

Such cattle-breeding tests are
By Spud Jt>hnv>n
by nature slow; no results can be

reported yet However. projectslike

thij will mean increasing
I :M.SJJ f) F.mriKNT: Easter Sunrise
i I quantities of livestock products Service
ANIMALS ItrXOMKS: OF for a population that continuesto

(iltt\nu IMI'OKTAM'KInefficient : rise


meat and milk animals ;

and poultry have no place on j

our farms today As the country's :i, .n (Irmli HOTK Court: TO, llmdford API-mil""..tr ,
Increases it becomes ;: Florida In < hanrerr.'Vincent 5:45 A.M. KINGSLEY
population 'I : LAKE
"I'tari. Plaintiff v llaryI'vari. -- 5:45 A.M.
.
more and more necessary to ffrniiant l'.ie :s... Joe: :
and raise !I N"llre lu 4pt>e.r.I .
eliminate
poor producers I To Mar) Tiara whose residence'
only those animals that make efficient land addrpHM i>' 244 1're.ildent Stiret
New York.
use of available feeds. I IlIr""I.'n. hereby notified that a'; r

When our country was new there II i SPECIAL MUSIC BY
iMtorce. custody and control ofiniior
was plenty of land to grow food I I i hildren and support of
children i
both livestock and humans.
for has been filed against you In the i<
This happy situation no longer above named Court and cause and i

exists As our population increases you are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy the of ,

more and more land must {I, your complaint Attorney on the T, Plaintiff Frank LanJiinn.Staike High School Glee Club & Band EnsembleLet

be used to grow food eaten directlyby Florida,
people; less and less land can ,ar.d file the original In the office
"f the Clerk of th* Circuit Court
be used to grow livestock feeds on or before theJO
America no longer has'ast day ..April. 19-,1.
..thervtlse the allegations of saidomplatnt
amount) of new land that can be will be taken as con- '

used to grow pastures or cattle frnd by you j
This notice shall be published j
feed. "once each week for four consecutive I
werksin the Bradford County Telegraph
Dr. :Marvin Koger of the Florida ,, the Message of Easter Pervade your spirit as you
Agricultural Experiment Stations II.u..l l thU H day, "f March. 19s3.'i: :
'
: II)FFIt'1.11.stl.l 'har'lI.ub> i
tells us that two things ran be I Clerk of the Circuit Court.

and are bring done to keep meaton 'By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy: so (Clerk.t 4'io!', seek the comfort and warmth of faith. In times such as

Americas table First. farmers

more feed on the same NOTIC'K 10 .\I'I'\H
can grow varieties !. ("11'''.'' (Court llrndford t'o..DI"1.| these even more than in normal circumstances, our
better '
aC'rt'sge.b) using iKIorldm la fktmrrrj.
more fertilizer better production I I"'r..lt r I:'ii'Plahttiff, \s iitutnette -

practices crop rotation and ir- 'i locu. Pefenitant Cave :\u.I.O.....I Ii i iI devotion to our religion is uplifting and satisfying.

concert I :olIre To .\pP".". I II
Second they can I .
rigation. .
TO'nt.I..tt.. llooi .., whose resijdeme !
I
fled into milk. meat eggs and addreis IM lei Carlton
and wool more efficiently. I ..',..nut'. H'Tunl.in New York. '| Reverent words, inspired song and worshipping make
I I You are hereby notified that a i,
Dr Koger points out that ani- J cult for i iI

efficiency can be increased in ,I Uivorc i, church glorious at Easter. This Easter be
mal, ';hai been flied against you In the more sure
iwo ways through improved I above named Court and cause and'!
I you are required to serve a copy of j
nutrition and improved breeding.; or pleating to the,
your answer
Scientist have gone a long way |complaint on the Platntlff'f to join in these special services and let us havea
Attorney T Fra'ik: Landrum
toward finding out how to get the St.rke. Florida
file the original In the office vf
rd
animals nutri *
most from farm the Merk of the lrv-uit Court on genuine spiritual awakening in our community.
tionally. This scientific use of the or before theo
: do of Atin'i. r.'i.iotJierw.se .. I
best known animal nutrition pracines the allegationof said .
l has so far made! it possible' ('(>mplil'\t will be taken a., confer.
livestock products I ed by you
to produce enough i This notice shall tie published
for our rising populationeven ., once each week for four con'f'CIi.
tive! seeks In the Bradford t'uunt.Telegraph
though our total l feed production i

has. not mcreled'en i I' I'. t..t 'III' I' da\ .' Mi-.h. 1 I"':''. _
I \OF.'II'1.U.L) fh.irle.-. \ i)arb>
much Clerk of the Or. tilt Pnurt
Br Marian L Crosby. ln"i'v "lerk

.' ..ttmtrv-Many n'" tf are- scientists working all to breed over meat.am-the .' -',) .It 4 1In This Space Sponsored As A Public Service By The Following:

"uiN that can produce" more Ike Inuit l.url Of 1'I rida
and other livestock pro riuklli JuairUI Irruil I. Vn.l fur.1
:ulk eggs !;' ltmdf rti t'.I.
l"its In less time with less feed. Mae Polej.s Hamnind, and K K
lUiiini'.nd. her 11'i.t: 'td. r.ainllff.
r't Koger says tremendous process \i J4iue 1. 'hillip. Ut'i'.ah; Phil .
has \>.'t'n made in breeding lip'. HUM llnilah 'hn-"ii and: 'i.*..- '

u-tter chickens and swine Leas has ,, riff ant Johnson her InlI..r'I"I'!. nt!- Ducky's Variety StoreLawson's Ben Suslow Ole Sarge Roberts Jewelry

but still significant, progress \Ulit: or M-itiu.. : H.HN:
mare ef- > 'I I:
Ixvn made in breeding .
.
SltTlt'I: i hen lit urn I. \\nin
>.. lent cattle may i'oni ern .t:..* under .1 .d l h\
I'lorltl.1KricuItUl'f' Ex- irtueif that t ritam n fit.<.il 1 1.. ", ,..-.,. Market Western Auto Associate Store Guidon GrillVan's
The of foreclosure a"d .e le .n..1 I 1
tvorldesigned
iment Stations are doing the 'Ir'ull t'.1'1 ?f the Xinli'h J'i
pet cattle fit'Florida 'dlcial t'lrcuil "f Florida ?!! the :IJin.
breed better .
to daY of March 1 I"*">- .n a .lU'-.- th-rc
The new Beef Research In pending: uhnein' U.VK: 1'< 'I.| :J- Cafe
\MMOXP and K. It HAllUoXP Mitchell's Store
:> :I" improvingnatie : Drug
ii.unes\il ..
Vmt :.it her husband. are pU.-itiff ltd Rev. S. E. Sparks
range rat'.le: \ by crossing! J.un:.. I. I'H II.I.IPS. BKfl.VH
I'llllJ.ll'S nw HEl'l.AH JOHXt -
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with purebred Dull- >'f .t'\ > ind r.KoKiiK Junssl.lh..r: ;;
!them
al bi..*,!- Th.' K Inv "' \\:11. :S: '.\- hii'hand. d.-ffndants. I. T ..t1.un Harold C. Wall AgencyLeila's S. R. Johns
v J > i- SI'al l Mas-' .n Grocery
.. > evvi I
,nn .t' i v > 'hll"\ \\ ,,11 offer fur.1.i.: nd
alto, ".II i! puMic outer t.. thf SimpsonUrquhartPontiac t
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li'i1'-1 ".1 bf t bidder f..r -10 .n
i ': .( the Kat dfH\r of the o i are:
.'" .. Piad'oid i' .ttrn. K. .' '.'.. Dress & Gift Shop
J R.
't >- k.K.n.la .or. T.,1Vr <\ Kelly
| I Hb: 5>i3. htt-e:: ti-! legal .
Let Us Thoroughl> lirt'i"- if ,af the f.1-'n! :i"t .t.--. r''- Denmark Furniture Co.
ed real property situate H-ig and
l>,'.IIR .n sadf.'rd r.'ir.t: > K': >,:.11.

Wash Your Clothes ti>-"I'-mnif", it a' the XW -.r.{ New Method Cleaners Gene LongLovett's

the XK, "f :XW., ..'. $... ii.n 1".
T.-wnship 7 S.nth !: iisr JJ Ear, !.
rounds and South alone the We.-trdge Gen.
run C. H. Nasworthy SuppliesBarksdale's
of sstd XK', ,-f Sal, aI.Ine ii-s-
.. & Market
Grocery
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The
For 40c! !'.< of i95 f ft t" i stake for rut'I a Fanner's SupplyGreen's


K:l\r a. .f said ;>. I1-'n '. a JI"&Q
FREE: Bleach If Desired' "t 51"1 3 feel : the \\-.."t fdjf of Dept. Store
Cta1 k' the r.cht >>f u.t) of Stats Iligh- Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant
. Yuppie At .t\ Su;; loti hfrivftin Southeasterly StoreEarl's
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al<>ntr 'hf sai.iVf i :'-
..f 'i'-t Hgh'tay ,i-.t'e .
IT' S fret tt, a point ,here th-
tr.:4 east and \\"*' line 'r the S .,uth Starke Builders Supply
..,.1.. ..f the X'j of ..tJ XK'; ', ..f Gilbert Brown
GarageEdwards'
We Will SlDtttr"ed. + ;jald highway.tbene
run W.M point "Krre the .:act and \\'->:
i Dry Your Clothes line on the South side ..f :\i. Of
-..4 XE>. of NV''r tw tL! Volley Starling's Grocery
.. & Market Starke
20c : the Narth and : < :; thaW Grocery Hardware Co.
For .*t side of sad XE!. .>?. :N\V,.
r the'ice Xo. th along thrT.. .t line
_.,,: In New Aut ...! -;:.. of ICs fret to the P"1 .: !..rSning -. Florida Bank At StarkeMEMBER
:: and lit < :and :I. ..i'< -. ;(-
;-.i
; Charley E. Johns !
.. ., El Rancho
:i F XH of Mid T'whip NK'i! t and XW Ha-isf, : ssJSet"a Agency Motel
OF
J.th..r "" '111" tee.rnieftse. F I I CMartin's
ditanitnithTft't 1
appurtrnar i
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or.C :? Washeteria\ I '1\1 brine hrlung,.netical 'It' same tsad... ,..i-.d H' th"ci'd..n- 'I' Fruit Shop Ed Simpson Gem

herfd. Stat.;i 1..11\V' I uate f.> 'in :Br,1f..rdio' .. B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. Jewelry

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