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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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600 NEW VOTERS REGISTERED ,-

COUNTTTELFGRAPH


,J AS APR. 5 DEADLINE NEARS Sillyl C



Heavy registration was pre vote in Bradford County during Copy!

dicted by Supervisor of Registration the registration period that i is now Official County Publication Established In 1S79

A. L. Crosby Jr in the last closing. It is expected that tht

few hours before the books closeat net gain in registrations win, SEVENTY-THREE
VOLUME
STAKKK. FLORIDA, rRlu.I'RI!. 4. 1952
5 p.m. Saturday April 5. bring the total number of qualifiedvoters VIfIlKi- --:-:- TIIIIT\- ---.. _".,JI.1I.....

stated that around 600 in Bradford County close tc
Crosby

new registrants have qualified tc 4,500. Dowling Answer EASTER SEASON USHERS IN Bond Trustees Growers Smile




Red Cross Total 'New Star RouteIn Due TodayIn VARIED SERVICESPlans Given Pay Boost


OperationStar As Berries Hit


Now At $$2,243 $20,000 SuitAn Completed For Sunrise ServicesPlans By City Council

Route mail service from for the Bradford County. rected by Mrs Ruth Parkei \\ ill!

Starke to Brooker and LaCrosse Easter Sunrise Service are rapidly furnish special music. IwL. D $17 Per CrateS
donations reached a went into operation at 7 a.in
Red Cross Haine-, pastor of the First Eapt.stChurch "
ancillary writ of garnishmen being completed by the minister :\t t I ie rei. lll.lr I1lPt'tlngf t the
total of 12.243.52 as the drive drew TuesdayThe will deliver the Easter
was issued by Judge John City Council Tuesday night. Chair,
near a close Tuesday morning according -, move which was inaugurated A. II. Murphree on March 2? of the Starke Ministerial Associa sermon and the other ministersof man H A. Bishop, Jr. recommended

to Miss Lillian Stump I at the request of the Post Office tion. The Sunrise Service will beheld Starke will in the 'Opinions Differ
against Harold C. Wall at the request -, participate to the body that the salaries of
treasurer. This i is only $256.48 i Department, is designed to
behind theKingsll'y service.
of Florida Bank at Starke.In at Kingsley Lake. members of the Board of Bond
desired $2.500 goal, give citizens of Brooker : I j As
short of the ; and LaCrosse To Future
making its motion before ] Lake Cemetery. The Arrangements are Leing made Trustees be raised from $10 T.
with donations from Brooker and ;, better mail service than j per
Judge Murphree. the bank directed Service will begin promptly at for transportation to the service month to $20 month for
per onemeeting.
Lawtey,, as well as several local they had when their mail was I
5:45 with the Bradford for those who need it Bussej and Of Current
contributions not yet reported.In handled directly by train delivery. )' the attention of the court to the : a.m. music by and that an additional! Crop

The new Star Route I answer filed by garnishee A. H High School band directedby cars, will provide traiiapo-tation $10 be allowed for an extra meeting .
his thanks to the puts to an
expressing I Harley Jr. on the wherein Carl Roberts. In addition tc between 5:15 and 5:30: from the held '
same
day the \
Chairman the ancient mailcarryingI I during month. with p 'I-nn's hgj-: II! <11 l ; -

volunteer Robbins workers. acknowledge-Irving I chore of Peggy" the venerable \ Harley alleged that Wall is the the congregational singing of thy comer of the First Metliodist maximum salary of $30. 'f \ i> reached at the!; Stat F ..

gave special "title holder of record of a certain familiar Easter hymns. the Bradford Church. .n Easter Su I'!;'\. morn It was agreed the Counci' Market
nient to L. Anne Humes, SuperJ branch line train plying ( t by strawberry aiit'i-: '
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mortgage from said to said High School Glee Club ai- ing.'Crucifixion'. i members .
Harley that the Tut'selavheii
visor of Colored Schools, who this'l' between Starke and Bell. present Board of ., offerings "M" ,

week turned in a total of $242.60 The Star Route truck will leave Wall .which said mortgage in Bond Trustee had a great deal of ,". and buyers were eager ',, ';" ;

a? a result of the drive in the colored Starke at 7 a.m., arriving at La- : truth and in fact is the propertyof 1 Holy Week ScheduleTo responsibility and were being required irI<<..-- their loads '- ', f()| i.. ,

areas with the cooperation of 'Crosse at 8:30: a.m. It will leaves] and owed to W. E. Dowling." Start MondayHoly To Be Sung Here to give a considerable ll1.1rri'"i"; :

the school faculties. 'LaCrosse at 3 p.m., arriving in |I A garnishment writ had previously amount of their time in the handling ,I l.ns:

There is still time for donationsand Starke at 4:30: p.m. j been issued again-st Harleyas Week services sponsored "Tile Cnu-itixion". Sir John of the affairs of the Light atWater ,.' 'I Althoug[ rIti. ,

Robbins is asking all Bradford Mrs Ida Mae Shaw is carrier on ancillary: to the bank's suit for by the Starke Ministerial A-o, Stainei'- oral rio will be sung Plant.A we-i' e.veptl: 111.1! ,I' ,II -

County citizens who have not the new route. j j'i$20.000 against W. E. Dowling nation will be held in the First in St Mark s Church Sunday motion was made b> ('OI1:' ; 11'-I _' p"or qual tnt i '.

-yeTcontributed to do so and make individually and doing business Methodist Church from 12 tr night April 6, at 7:30 p.m. The ivan L 0 Hazen that th'- s.il" '. i 1\ .. disappoint, vppe I I...:

the drive a complete success. Pecan Growers as Dowling Auto Sales. ]12:30: each noon. :Monday April 7, choir of Trinity church. Melrosehas of members of the Board of p nM.y': : i third of \ 't.> II .,

Those contributing $10 this I In obtaining the garnishment [through Thursday April 10. A keen invited as the guests of Trustees be raised to $20 per m \ I ,i--tiis!

week were: Leila's, Dress Shop, '\ Will Vote Soon writ against Harley the bank alleged three-hour Good Friday Service St. Mark's choir to sing this set- for one meeting and an addit., iiec ord of sale it.r'I' ..

Canova's Pharmacy. Flqrida The On Marketing j j that Harley was indebted tc will be held in St. Mark's Episcopal ting of The Passion of Our Lord $10 be allowed for any 1\' < iv! average ..::1.1,1 !..

atre and Blanding Drive Inn. I II I Doling and has effects or property Church from 12 to 3 p.m on Pate Sunday night has been meeting held during the m. ,- Iii iurip.tj! the week t r ,inu: \ -
Contributions from the colored The U. S. Department of Agri. .! of Dowling "in his hands custody j Friday. April 11. chosen as a fitting prelude tc with a maximum sala y or 'I' .tollows.

schools were acknowledged as follows -i, culture has announced that the or control". The Starke Chamber of Commerce Hol Wt'I'k. bt'ingpaid.. The motion "' ,

: j jRJE I period of April 7 to 18 has beer. In his answer to the writ tiled i has suggested that. where In'announcing this event the seconded by Wm. T. Jackson t' natt" C'rt, 1:111/0:1':: / \ _

and High'1: named the business rector of carried by unanimous Mar :n 19i ()- 11 I IIIMar. -
Elementary as time when pecai i in Circuit Court here last Friday. ]possible. stores and St. Mark's. Rev. Fred vote

School 64.90 growers vote be able to make arrangements Yeikes said "An councilmen present. 2' :233 7; '0-111 ',,It\
; ] may for or against Harley denied that he was indebt-1 houses may : oratorio shouldbe

Lawtey Elementary. C. C. An- > the continuance of the federal!
erson principal, $122; 'marketing agreement and order had any of the goods, money chat, wish to do so to attend the Holy so there will be no, service. But the Council to assist in even \\.i\ 31 376 10"-1,1,1$ I '

Thurston, $37; j j on pecans, | tel or effects of the defendant in Week services. the whole purpose i is to tell a story possible in securing the right ot Shoo Birds! Apt 1 520 11'10-1711.1' I

Hampton. $6.80; i The referendum will be held ir his hands. possession or control The following ministers will! not to display the virtuosity or way for two ditches on Temple Apr 2 210 .,).1;; "II ;

Wateroak, $7.90; ''aU of the five states-Alabama, except one 1917 Ford ton pickup( j speak during the week: Monday. skill of soloists. Therefore soloist Avenue, stating that the constnu Tlli,:-. tWIT" i -. ir ,<'I"'n"llt Totals for th.. "'ek w. I' I

Sampson City. $4. Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and truck auto wrecker presently kept April 7Rev.. L. D. Haines. Pastorof are not professionals but devoted tion was being held up on accountof In eat now (crates sold f.".- :$ !l':. (61 in i iSo

Brooker colored school will report South Carolina-in which the by garnishee at his garage in the < the First Baptist Church. choristers and Christians." not having the right of way 01
A W Douglas I who lues on thtKeystone fnr this ,. i t'N' gnu. i imarkete.i .
Jatf'r.County. marketing agreement has been in 'Green Buick Co. building on Temple Tuesday, April 8Rev.. Fred Bass soloists include Messr- same.
road shows mgeniou- I u: '.<.: t it..s >,.
effect for the last three years. Avenue, of approximate value Yerkes. Pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal -, Coldwell and Hughes of Keystone J O. Jay of the (Tty Insurance
1 windmill t> pe blrd--.carl'r he ha$ foi ,i g:to--s ,'I! v I 17: III I To" I
Delegation Under the agreement of $500; and a one half interest in i Church. Heights and James and Fisher ofIelrost' A t'nl'\ appeared before the Connt -
pecans Rt'T.. G. ugged up fiom nothing moie or The Hani!." I a I-
9
shipped from the five state six Jersey milk cows on garnish 't" Wednesday. April !\ : tenors. Messrs. Willis asking; that he be given an opportunity
area less than a -f ot r,> mtt.i' got otl tll.1 ,
pi
Attends otnij
4-H
MeetIn Methodist j.-: lit i.
for distribution in-shell I farm two miles east of Starke or Mitchell.! Pastor of First Ieystone. and Storer and Ford. to :sharein the City's msnrauce
as nuts- nailed .
to the end ot a stu kWhen and an IIII'.I" '
MadisonA must be I' Road 16, of approximate value of Church. Melrose. Baritone leads are taken l>business advising their Iml1.I":
inspected and meet certain -' will be I this picture was taken, blade pecteJ then- : I. ... i ,. ',
$600., Special vocal music by Joey Moore and Michael flanks that the companies represented by
grade i equipments. .
was whirling so fast the camera berries ,
an- ,;> J to -i t
county delegation of five Harley further stated that thf furnished each day with MiE. of Melrose. and soprano is Miss him could effect a savings of from
At a meeting of the Bradford. caught onlv a blur, Mr. Dougla? on all ky t. rm.-i nuK .t
l-H club girls a local leader and :, | defendant (Dowling) was indebted I K Peiiyman serving a- organistthiIlgflUt : Linda Walker. Keystone.: Mrs. ten per cent to 20 per cent on < -
j County growers last Monday night :J saythe flash and clatter of the ing the comnuk u ..i .
the Home Demonstration Agent '. .i to him in the amount of $8.19i.1C the week FlorencJanes is accompanist. i premiums per year on any type of metal '
the pros and cons were (liscussedM. t ti definitely helps keep the competition |:- i i I..r't I "
attended for "the The Hector and of insurance that the City carried
an all-day recreation sums advanced and sert'ices congregation
i 0. Watkins, Assistant Directorof birds from eating his benws. With berries will /Jn\i ,' '0 -.how .
leaden-hip training meeting in rendered by garnishee in the Lab Still Leads St Marks as-ure a cordial wel The Councilman advised Mr. Gay frUIt
'' bunging
as high as $17
the Florida Agricultural Extension per quality during: t t. t reiU.EinI: "
Madison. .- thus.- who wish tc that they would take the matter
This meeting was at repairing various motor vehicle' 'me to may
Service acted as chairman :1 crate tIll wt-ek. more grower this month /j! | ;' -n.'., ". '
tended by over a hundred boys, I at the request of defendant." :attend under consideration and that hr
for the meeting. Boy/ling Tourney might try t this --\stem ': governed i t>\ I 1., d>. -Jall't "I
would be given an (opportunity tc
girls local leaders I
and
agntrfrom
In his answer to the writ Harley i North .. ,.
\\'. I Carol ti t 1 1i 11111 I Ii t
E. Leigh, managing agent of serve the town.
about 18 counties in the
'i said: "That on August 30. 1951i Former ResidentIs Sixth i tor for Seleial ....,. ..
Grades .t" YI'I
the I |
northern part of Florida. j Association gave a report or.the Th- Lab Team coasi[ aluny Senator Johns advised the Conn
and his
i garnishes wife Helen exeI -
I three year operation of the with an apparently sate nun gin of Buried Here I cil that he had been contacted by To Give i Opinions of growers did i .
Minstrel
The boys and gills received very cuted a real estate mortgage ir tI
pecan marketing agreement and lead in Humphreys Gold bowling I the H. C. Wall Agency with a request -, ,I just what volume will II"i<> hn
comprehensive training for recreation I fie amount of $2,200 icI
order (} principal tournament this week. Lab had Frdt of Mrs' Cora Lee Glanzof i to place the Workmen. Thursday April 10 the next week or so \\-t I'
leadership and it is their responsibility I Harold C. Wall and wife. Martha ,
Additional informative talks1 an average of .791 to .666 for the Jacksonville, formerly 111-';. Cora 1 : Compensation policy for the City conditions being such! i v .IM 1
to to their Wall
return own ,
encumbering garnishee
were given different of runner-up. Engineering Service Cason Young of Starke, will regret due to the fact that they were The Sivt'i'i Grad of Mrs D'-n factor it is hard to III C.-
4-H club and to help'teach on phases home and *
community
farm : that mortgage -
to learn of her death which 1 unable to with his ton and Mr-, Frazier will mte predictions
Dept. presenta
I pecan growing by A. N. Tissot, j get same com
and share with others the | had been assigned and sold
occurred at her home Jacksonville -
i head of the Individual tournament standings in panies. Senator Johns stated that Minstrel Show next week fea '
Entomology department j
knowledge they obtained. | to the defendant Dowling), but on March 31
at the experiment station I are: Monday. he had been able to place the turing the music of Stephen Foster Tornadoes Play Lake
said mortgage has not been assigned A brief funeral service was heldin
The program was made possible'jW.:, B. Tis.lale, head plant pathologist Best individual average, E. R Workmen's Compensation with the There. will be three' performances 1
of record and defendant
the in
Naugle Mortuary Chapel Butler
through the cooperation( of the ; at the experiment station, 1 Fox 111 : best individual game Travelers Insurance Co. and that Here Tonight
: : for the elementary school
(Dowling i has not notified garn Jacksonville/ Wednes'las morningat
Agricultural Extension Service; | Joe McGee 209; best three-game this company had stated it would
and G. H. Blackmon head
horti1I j ishee of any such assignment; 10:15: ; after which the body was the high school. and the final eve The Tornado flingI t '!
with the General Extension Divi1sion I culturist at the sta total. Glen S. Wade 527: highest like very much to have the Fleet ,
experiment therefore garnishee is without brought to Starke for burial in Butler tonight I Fruh,," -
Florida | ning for the public
of the University of performance
l i tion, 'I average number of strikes. R. J Policy in connection with thr
I the family lot in Crosby Lake 'at Bradford .
knowledge as to whether the mortgage Park T I -
Instructors were from the University >t' Shannon 2.83: highest average Workmen's Compensation policy. at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Apr 10
D. A. Young. Atlanta head of I debt is owed by him to the Cemetery. Tigers, are fielding a t '.1 i
of Florida and Florida State number of spare-. Gerald Crawford The Council advised Mr. Johns in the USO building. ,
the fruits and vegetables branch. i defendant (Dowling: or not. Said Mr< Glanz was a resident of year after a layoff I J" I'
University. 3.i.Roberts r>. that the would consider same at
jof the P& fA instructed the local I j i igrowers mortgage debt matures and! comes Starke for many cars and has The show will follow the traditional j Saturday afternoon ;ei! I '

Lunch was sponsored by the U. about the ballots distributed due on August :::0. 1952; many friends here who will be the expiration of the present mmistrel style, completewith Tornadoes go to rtu or''! < .

S. Rubber Company who givt'mont'y ? I by the U. S. Department I Harley further stated that: JewelryRoberts grieved I to hear of her death. policy. L. Patter end men and interlocutor j i j '.i'Td game with t1 n > 'I i n.i '
I City Attorney George
each year for recreationpurpOSl'j of Agriculture I team.
The delicious lunch I "Garnishee does not know of any Jewelry owned and presented his views to the Counci! the latter played by John Goolsby i iI;
; war
I County Agent T. K. McClane i indebted to said defendant C of C Meeting I i Out of four :.: f esi.: i I
prepared and served by the Madison person operated by Mr. and Mrs Car! on numerous ordinances that were There will also be a variety of ,
I said that who failed! : week, the 1<>< .il-I artu i" 1'! <
any giower j or who may have any of the effects -\
the old ordinance book and thrCouncil
County Home Demonstration Roberts, will open for business Called For MondayH in specinltnumber", Mrs. L. A .
j to receive a ballot from the U. SDepartment |j of said! defendant in his instructed him to I victories agIIrt: t r t. d'f'lt: -re,
Council. t Saturday. it was announced yes proceed
of Canova will serve as accompanist j i wins came o\.r s1 tc pnr' r, "
i Agriculture hands i
: mayobtain || possession or control except terday. A Bishop!I .Jr. president of with the drafting of the new codifying I! "
Those from Bradford from the agent' i Students most of thr Willistnn! 10-. wi \i--ii."v '.Ii r, i
attending .
I one county that P. I) Reddish. Sheriff of The new store, occupying the the Cliambt'i oi Commerce ii of the old ordinances. are doing

County were: Marilyn ('ox. Anna office or the county Pi MA com !I Bradford County, has in custody building formerly used by Harley nounces that a nu"'t1l1111 iThe Clerk was requested to a-k work on the minstrel including Their 1 I"ss wa-i ti i kill t .i., CI i I' :.
Ruth Crosby Jackie Harley. Gayle j mil tee office. Growers who various I Vt' 1f'tL: ; ;
pro- chattels and effect.--
goods,
Strong.. will carry a line of silver held in the chamber office Monday the II. C. Wall Agency to review' making tickets posters'! costumes
I II I Iii'
Moore. Polly Wait Miss Olt'etaGrl't'n. duced for market in 1901i ; I :'of the of
i pecans defendant. a portion '
I jew eli y. gifts name watchtam' Apr. 7, at 1 pm. He states the values placed on the ( 11 Yf'qUlplllf'lIt nid
:a handling makeup. .\ 'ainst SLIT.t I I1- n !I.d, .
t
and Miss Dorothy Ross. to01 which <
eligible \ the Bradford
are are located at
i card line that there is special business to btilet in the Fleet I'oln i v I.'
a populai greeting .
.
i The show will be under tin- duei: : .\ I I-' ne \\it-. Ill!, I
: Growers Wt'relr e-d to return: j County jail and the remainder Fin.. \\'atdl tepuiruiK will bf fe.iMired 'ideii at this time and urges AlllJJelJ'ht.'r ;1 oew.il: ,.
the ballots as soon as possible jI i located at Dowling Auto Sales lot \ll ijnibi" of the Coici Iuiti of Mrs Melvin Wiavei I ati'1' pIt hing th : I mn! \*
Cancer Drive I I ( uitl tlu-ii' will be opening! and dirrt" \t" Kpif .ili-..' and I' I'jl !I. 'i i I '
''All ballots must be postmarkedbefore N'o. 3, one mile north of Stat kf day speii.iN\ K"h.", 1- -aid ent!I! prest lit .v ('/1.1 ./:0111"U\\ .-- Mrs. C. E La.Ufiiu. .II. :Six: ; : .
:'L:. s hurlii.j I'
April 19. on U. S. 301. who was .1 b-i nl I h'eautof: illnessVTTKUTIVK Grade interns I
Quota Is $500 I I Jimmy Itov. t.... ,." .
Today i Friday i is the dab1 set .
tar.. b'iiixiii,:; ->iu, J Ii. .

Mrs Pauline Torode. chalimar Rites Thursday for Dowling to file his answer ir. r-'a H I times at bat I I t' i 'i I ,I, \ \
the bank s mt for $20.000: Big Day.0. I .
(If the Cancer Fund Drive in For Jno. B. Griffis I. :s- \ Ed Teston f .!> :2 I 1.1 t tin

Bradford County. announces that 5 times 'it l te r Tn t. i" .

the local quota I is $;IO,). GeorgeKopelousos Turpentine Farmer BHS Speech Club .-- .' 12. hit- ,Ig> in -' : I or I lln, I Iti I--

is I''t'ingas financial To Present Two itt
'
chairman and treasurer of the John Berry Griffis. 88. I lifelongresident New Highland Baptist Church A1 \\'. I Ii: :I F .' i

drive and anyone wishing to make of Bradford! County. died' One Act PlaysTwo ,t at4 '''the. II / .' i-, ":1. Ii'' ,

Tuesday night at his home in the the'' ' 'i .
)
donations may do so at the GuidonGrilL Dedicated Last .( .
Heilbronn Springs section.Mr Two t plays entitled "Dv Is SundayBy .. stax' \' I n .,' ,

Balcony) Scene". a drama ant1* -K '
Griffis was born in Clay rally 10 .. .au. I
April 12! will bo Tag Day in ,
Count' on Oct. 20. 1S63. his par- "Father Takes A WIfe: a comedy Mr I ... J. I.. Mri Klaiul old b'.iMinp that: .1.- : ;; f -*iie was thv
Starke Mrs Torode announcedand .. .. .,.. .., J" ..... .. .
ents bt'ingthe late Berry and Liza( will be presented by the BH? Long Branch ('unt''IH'ntl'nt -, }hool. hoiisi ami lat' : "" "" ,., ..4. ,.. ': im! going 4 II i
she the public to cooperate
urges moved tr Speech Club Wednesday n.nh: > "
Wilkinson Griffis. He for d (chim Th..:. ..nfr.ht; f> :j.
by purchasing a tag or.that Bradford Count when a small! April 9. at S'>0 o clock in .lie I* We attended the dedication of former pastors and >t'';.i- '. .>..T tr Toinat
date
boy and spent the rest of his life S. 0.The. the beautiful new Highland Missionary pastors were called u> : ;.ia' L l... 1 ipt' \\

Cancer was credited with causing farming here. He was a memberof main characters in these Church last Sunday talk- .- 1"I.j I tY ingnt i h','" f

nine deaths in Bradford Coun. the Baptist Church. two will be Baptist I .
prize winning plays l.i I I ling'r;
ReSt' kI.lud!. '. .
and must really enjoyed i-
we
ty during 1951: The State total 5 Mrs Lucin- enacted Earl Norman ie say ..
Besides his widow. by Ar 't T'irnadu"i >' I II
of the first } .' _.
pastor ( iII H
during the same year was 3.756. da Griffis. he is survived bv seven i McRae. Patty Lawson. Kith:,' the whole day. Heard some rut 1 II-II \'wl.I'B'' ,: '.\
land. he being the mie '.'. h .
Funds obtained through thedrive daughters. Mrs. Laura Cannon. Barlow. Joan Tenh and 1.I"klt.l'Rault'rson wonderful messages first by Rev ;- 'i" ral plt"ht'r.t.at t "r I.
instrumental in e-trbh-.iniL .
: ; :
are used in research in fight Starke :Mrs Eliza Taylor. :Mrs. ,
: of the church. whe ,t IIe throughout ft nnnadnes !' : I I :
Harvey pastor organizing the chuich 'net- ; : NI'%% IIOMK >' ru fh h.Jnn Mi ...narv Bapt..;'
ing this dread disease. Bertha Griffis. and1I"s not tit' The .
invited .
public is : lend and '
giv.i4g LI.' I. 1 1passes
Sallit''Odom has worked long and faithfully t- 1910 Rev James COUWi"l_ : Chur. h i- pll tur..d an.vt.h. .wiig; i pa.'n ira' ">nIh'it up
Griffis. all of LawtE'Yfrs.: to first brij I .
dream true. lowed Rev. Strickland' as pasto: .t' '1'-.''It.-! [ di'a' nr. S-r. ;. -i "*"'
this come
Must Look To Future Mrs Elma Bennett and see Thomas ,. .
Norway Student and also on the Sund'i: losing pitcher.1 I" f.
., program >
Mrs. Eva all of Jackson- the
Tyson The congregation especially :7 M-titors. walked *. hit .' .,
To Stay In Business"The rifle: seven sons Robert B. and 1 Speaks At Rotary Sunday School, had outgrown t11f'old Rev T. II. Knight and R-v C. W 'r.ide 3 wild pities bi-fi'i h. :'
Griffis. both of Raiford: ir Wilkinson also brought fine m* --
Carlton had been
I which
building,
lieved after 3 2-;; inning: ,
turpentine farmer must Elisha Trubv. Dolph. and Clyde Fin Harald BJt'lkl'ho..e home use as a church about 43 years !IIages the 4th inning. Lee .i-i i _
look future Griffis. all of Lawtey: six brothers. is Oslo. Norway was th The crowd gathered Sunday
toward the younft guest speak- Of course, Brother Harvey had : '-a'l.. but with 2 ;)ut. thC ,- >I
stands of timber if he is to stay Willie of Glen St. Mary: Nathan' "r at the Rotary Club Wednesday help of the. faithful members "t from far and aears'.mt f-om r'>-s 7 more tuna nn i ;

in the gum producting business"! and Raymond both of Raiford. describing in an interesting the congregation all working ir Jacksonville.\ Starke Lor. ; ''iramh n 1on balls 4 errir. I

That's what Area Forester! A. A. Brooks of Jacksonville and C. D manner the 'difference in this harmony. They figure that materials Maxville, Mount Zion. Bl.-ic-k ."I'I1It' !
i Tuesday night \rel" II\ .
:Murphy of PaUtka. said recently and Westberry Griffis both of country and hi.. native land Hf cot them about 52.500 Black Creek Macedonia He'l i nedthelo"all

when interviewed. Maxvillesix: sbt'rs.Irs.. Frances has been studying this countryfor Most of the labor on the building bronn. Sanderson and .It> i \\ > I .-r !ofP' ho,, 1

He said that gum farmers must Wilkinson.Mrs. Mrs. FlridWilkin Griffis: Mrs- some time and is now workingon was volunteeredand quite a br appreciated the editoi; ': t-. T.; .. f:; ..1 CILt ,

bt extra < autious about lire in Ester son. Wilkinson Georgia and Mrs Rebecca his doctor of philosophy degree of material was donated.In graph( being present ,. .. 3 hits, ont y-. .
at the of Florida. tures of the occtisiiti L '.
order to protect the young 'j' \\di.' Rosier all of Lawtev. and Mrs. University the afternoon ReJur \ lac ked much LT.Ir.y i i, .

"Unles> we have round trc-?! Sara Jane Griffis. :Maxville: 37 :Mr Bjelke said that Re could Strickland gave the conformitysermon Special musir was ring -' .- I ,

standing t. replace the workedout 1 grandchildren and 23 great t not understand the strong oppo, which he also preached foi the day bv !heV..!>- I -.' Jackson MIO; .

trees w tate a waiting per'oJ grandchildren sition to so-called "socialized med ters. the chmi of' !H! ... ati* 1- 2 Thomas 2 for !. '

in turpemining-out stands', he I Funeral services were held in ; icine" in this country since Norway the Highland Church first in the Church a JI( k')11\1': '., C.. rV I IF' tn.i Paul River I f

aSS'rtCtt'ith present pries ifgum the Long Branch Church Thursday -;, has had the system in opera last a duf. r\ J.r .",Jng- for a tn-! ,

: and its importance to our afternoon at 2 o'clockith 'I tion for more than :20 years and it Sing ConventionThe Strickland.The P. ..e alsgot! a doubl: I11ItISt 1i

cash income we can hardly ai'ord!: Rev. James Lingerfelt officiating.: J I 1"I "has pro.ed't'l)- satisfactory" Bradford-Union 'ounty bountiful dim.. r ..'. i- : got a shut out tJ.' '. ::

this waiting period. Interment was in the church cemeg'tery He said Norway has the best Convention will meet at least attraction of the day r:-. t":; .a, d \1 1 t s S i4Jit inning, he wa'k-v K;

By building up the : under the direction of Dee health record of any country in Singing:: body had plenty an i theic '.\ a- who advanced around t hurl-I
New River Rattlesnake Churchon .
stock and kt'eopingfirl's from t Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. the world. I ) food left to be taken back nome. PRO I) OF THEIR NESS ('III IU II ,r- ...: njfht. tt Hardee 2 successive hits and an-

timber. said Murphy this unfavorable Active pallbearers were Johnny The speaker was introduced by Sunday. April 6. at 2:30 p.m. All in all it was a great day. Sunday School Superintendent p.eEd'oVID C. Harvey, pastor; T. T. for their only score on a .. : ;

situation a waiting period: Will. Herbert. Ray, J C. and Earl J. H. DuPre who had charge of E't'rybody'elcom.* Raymond! and everyone was wc'! -" ti"fiedwrr Blackburn. Deacon and Treasurer: Rev. Jim Strickland who helped I Next Tuesday night P 1 K f

can be avoided Griffis. and Ernest Raulerson the program Brown presiden: \ the services found the church in 1910: and Carson Griffis Deacon of Gainesville will pl'iY'!' ,

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PAGK TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TCI.KOKU'H. 8TAKKE. FLOKID4

IT_ _?n in.*.v. \u.non... I. 1

MINORITY RULE LEADS TO DICTATORSHIP i I I r scholastic achievement of one of a* Vm again Murli C'cv.s still I i j pulling tobacco plants Tuesday.I I whit'Ii ix such a good one that I'd

our former pupils h"slartha is .}n the sick list | Thus weather will l start them growing like for all the readers to the Presbyterian Church
I Hoim-, who will graduate in June Ethan and Made I .-. get .
sullihaving ,
Sapp are ,
:-"j Sunday ,
i i m f"l"q it to us next School at :'
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5..rsc1l1BE'... ou I from th- University of Florida. things done to their hime Charley and Eloise Covven j !I ,.C > F':. ( ss ,
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,-- ... j She achieved distinction last in the of renovation. .
7" STAT[ Mrws IER year way They j about completed mo'ineI' .'. .. ,, 11 .
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j + ; \ i 1 It.1ME t-1 "rr fftfer Ire.. i by being placed on the Dean's list have their bath in now but all pretty new home in Stark- : u6. ..,. ,. _._
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-- fA.. ... .. I and lgig: "IZI hut 'bout !
I. I"" ..y- only recently was initiated Into work is not complete. I time it
I I rs. ..,. "O''.... J ,i I. Visited Dot Sheppard l Fin .
f"JOf T'lr ,;I -r--_!I I .L__'_ I the Kappa Delta Pi, an honor,i. Densil and Rubye Tiorna; of recently and! she ': 1:: s-,i 1:6.:. :'" .1. \ :, .' I... 1.:11': ;" ,. t.l: t'C'l Yi>u"h F.1 s''t., .
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i a Sea
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\ =-w ') t. 'I'__' _< society in the College of Education. Floral City were visiting relatives I ? .1' I :i tp ." ,t..! 11 ;1.';S: it -:- p nt
,rs 'Iarf SVSTf"'l --" Martha is the daughter of Mr. and here I
--'--.. oPOL.L LS I ICL05EL Sunday. -
Mrs J. W. Horne 1
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I L.- N "Crt The McKinley Browu.ngs ..i

I I Te-IeMW WC..US rM6H14MT1YS; ir1 Ti-: [: n R4 I spent Mr. Wednesday Noun our new of last supervisor week, '': New the Bill York Hansen State have filling puri'a--t u Ia': i Del Monte

SU'4'..AW.'S.Mu-1tt .. I"ALL"D xADp Tf nnI. f I with us. lie gave the boys some, The Hanseus it IS undeist >,..' ,I. < SPrlng Garden Show

;.... r practical experience in carpentryby in Starke
I.
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......uup.....", ..._rM.V ,, 'I assisting them in building some The Charley Welch tan...!v .visited ,
!shelves the '
I in shop. This week he Mrs. Welch'muth''r.. Mrs %"v
| is going to help make a workbench .
'- Norman Parrish of the S ui link 1.Luiumunity
i i out of an old table. We
Sunday
1 like him very much.
Albert Moody t'arly: i' ,.- i.'
h .. ;i Most of the children in the lower about to tds-sel H.' h.a. nv r .. :::::::
-' grades are learning to .
play
I I' His Adterii"lon> an -> "'
flutes. Mrs. Ruth Parker music
pretty big nn.v
supervisor has done much to 11'
( Evtivoiit.. is planning; b.,. .a:i :.< ILOV1'Quan
i spire the children in the musical
Bradford Union Co Sing...., i "I.i
program. Most of the rooms are
Don't let this happen America.. Millions of people! in the world today hate no voice in gourn- having music every day. vxution vvhu'i'! met ai. tii \> s

dent and are slaves of a brutal minority. Failure to REGISTER and VOTE makes minority rule pas River Bdpti-t! church n.'\t :-' .Id t\
The !seventh and eighth sr-irlo
tible. It is the duty of every freeborn, liberty loving American to protect his birthright at the polls. have done some excellent work in Everyone LU,!i.e and stay .1 i. '.'
'Failure to do so invites corruption and Communism. REGISTER IOD.nXD: VOTE IN MAY. arts and Bung A basket i>: lmn'i' i I.: i"
;, crafts Their latest inUeiet .
I get to instead of having i :
:
go /
5 5 I has centered around wood r ( Ulf Hight. Ih'Ol'l'l'cI,
Registration Books Close Saturday April
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p.m. to Jcicksoiiville (uhuh >eenis 'u n.on !I'rice. (I.owod 'I'hiu ... ,
: burning. James Gnann of There-- I t \p
t 'nda for tin wee' !I'' .
QUALIFY N-O-W ie ay n --- -- _a
sa designed and burned a.: beautiful I
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New.tioia: Leslie :Sapp' s.i' i i ii .::J
plaque showing a irking Del Monte
nj > .:ig i l> C. fine II.rlti.i I I,
Now That Truman Is OutThe i I bird surrounded; b\ oianibios .
i [) up :trc: With 1101 tlU:It) "
!' !'om-: Martha Sin' nr.IO""Ial'd
\'i-iti'(1 tew miniitt a.b: \,
surprise announcement by President cause the principle: underlying the Democratic Emojean Hall are designing and a s <1'
bu' nin\ ; slam 1\dy.111 oitics Annie L'oj''fi in Staik \:',:. I '::0-
Truman this week that he would not againbe Party.e believe are great enough CATSUP
a candidate for the office of Chief Execu- to offset the momentary unpopularity of any end she ;;ame Sol11'> I .t: t.t.-, t I.,. 14 Oz. Boltle17C

tive, caused another shifting of the national particular candidate. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtThe Life And TimesOf lii,e of which 1\',. !ii"v.'r i s" i I.

political picture, almost: equal to the major Senator Kefau\er. himself a candidate for Thewere tile laigest 1 ev>,i, hu.t! ... ....,
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rhange in the outlook following the New the Presidency, expressed our feelings: about New River Folks tell of She :aid shi. pian'..i U1'! p.in -- z "" .. ...

;Hampshire primary upsets. the GOP pretty well the other day when he: Rv Jessie ree IarenbyAu..u.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA S- ptembei Del Monte Fruit Del

Boosters of Senator l Ilussell have pre- said : "Although the Republican party has A Joe Dowlinj; of W(11h A l. Monte Calif.

licted that Truman's withdrawal has enhanced many men of high integrity, ability and The folks at Long Bridge Christian visiting his mother MIS I tuiohDovvimg :

1 the Georgian's chances to get the liberalism, the party as such, is still com Church were favored Mon Friday COCKTAil PEACHESNo.

Democratic nomination. We hope that it has. mitted to a philosophy or point of view whichis :.i day with an able speaker Rev. J. : Bill Rltnicis pltniu.': b'.t','rbean's

It is generally believed that Truman did a out of sympathy with that of the people asa Harold Brooke. of the Park of .

wise thing in bowing out, not only }because whole. It is still the party of }Hamilton who' 1'alm. We're still having ;plntV 1 : lit t 303 Can No. 2l' 2 Can

seven years is probably long enough for most distrusted democ1'IcIts attitude is still a Bitty .1l1hllhas h"n on the rain which helps the neuU s..t to
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men to stay in the White House, and becauseif mother-knows-best attitude-it wantto: MI k list t hl't'C'k but is up and biiio: plant'a\\ Auhr'Io'h -.c -'
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he had remained in the picture and tell the people what i is good for them insteadof

captured the nomination, it would have placeda letting them decide for themselves.:-: A in"'ft': 21C Dc1311cnb 29CRey.

severe strain on the party loyalty of many acceptance of the reforms of the last :2''o
Democrats. years, which have had the full approval .It. i From where I sit.. lu/ Joe Marsh

We have heard several declare that they the )people, is only half-hearted at btM." .

would bolt the party and vote for the Republican That is the way we feel about tin 1-:

and that is will -.. _. ,, .. .
nominee if President Truman publican Party why we m-: -- -- "" -- -....,

headed the Democratic ticket again. We can- tinue "to vote "the straight Demon.it. t : Might As Well "Get !In Key" or Drip Grind "VELVO"COFFEE

not go along with that line of reasoning be- ticket.

for the past few weeks Out r

Bradford County Telegraph porter, Barbara Mat<"hctt. e\ last! Tuesday Judge (unnin-! 'i.vc'at !lit'! :eYoa w.nnar. :. '.\ .. '.
,1I1OngthusI'! who were on th1 sn K
ham wanted to RO fishing. "\\ hyaren't can always count on t i I. Lb. Bag 69cSureMix
list and seemed that th/ '"
it
just t t
ESTABLISHED 1879
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L MATTHEWS.
OWNER-EDITOR )'OUorking7" I asked. Let'sgo!l"
ono to take her
was no placi'V
Judge explained how his \if From where I sit we can use
hlbl1ohl"ll Every trtdaydSUffrv' and Entered as SI'c'ollll are glad that Barbara and the !
'1LIattl"r at the Post /> "K Office at Marke. Tla. others who were strickm with flu had gone on a trip,taken his keys tolerance like the Judge shows for """,, 1 W '::' _.. -- m.. .... _
by mistake-and now he couldn'tget leis wife's absent-mindedness .
,ii'e K-turnmg to school. I
in the office.So we went fishing. and she !shows for his habit I oflitthtint Shortening!
LitlkLi'- lu- Jacksonho h.I"'
Member 1m@ 1952 been ill in the Gainesville hospitalhas Next day, he wanted me to go ; out for the fihmhole .Itffl'ry

again. I wag surprised those keys" opportunity lie c.m't s, oJ
but
returned home is not yet i itioiij
> cough to be in school. \\'' hadn't shown up yet. "Th'r"iittle why she like tea, and she ()'/I"I1't
3uIs 'rlption $','.?5 Annually fgFr KI-RO For Six :MonthsfTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTl have missed Leslie very much and woman phoned to say she nailed share Ills taste for a gl.i,- of beer CRiSCO 3
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a I',. so thankful that God has permuted them," the Judge explained."They're But they get along! fine! I.earninz
parent!! Mi
Mat and Mrs Horace him to return to Ub. now in the office, under to respect other people's w a\__ a ill
Inline from
r-rrme, where Rev. Dale Snyder of the Chil the mail slot. I'd get 'em if I could ""open the door" to happier living.
HAMPTONKy I they had spell the ..,, ...._ ..._. ...
winter ,
:Mrs Charlie months dren's Bible Mission visited our just open that door." He grinned --=-:"' "n. ':r..JJ'r.' -.aE1= ,._ .._. -- L" .11 __

:\lr'1.1.: C. StreeneyWAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA patient in Alachua Throckiuartiu General Hospital is a school out the a few awards.days Mrs.ago and Sullivan's gave and e picked up his fishing rod. c9e 1/L.wl!, Frey Bentos Swift's

this week. room is m the lead in the LJibk
Mr and Mrs. R H Fancher [ .ttd .' iI.. ,
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o Copnght9jJ. n :cll 'n CORNED
BEEF
and
:Mr. and Mrs. Donnte Hugh memory work\ we are se P-NUT BUTTER
Oakland Park
Crawford of Waldo have recently atlhel'r Saturday were visiting rel happy that they are anxious to .-\r
purchased the Edward Saxon learn more about the scripture. I IRe '

house and moved in list: 1 1-riday. :Mr and Mrs J. J. Drannen and \'. Strickland, who is holdinga your old 12 Oz. Can 12 Oz. Glass <
their small grandson, Ardell Bran tires SftC
They are having the interior remodeled revival at the Christian: Church] __ 39C
I ; ,
lien spent Thursday through Sat'ui
and painted. i!' conducted an interesting chapel]]1! ---.-- ab .
John H. Parker re-purcha 'day in Lakeland and liartow service In the school auditorium.' are worth ---
visiting their son Dennis Branr.en ; _
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the prtwery story he formerly last Friday atternoon. n 'I'tf'.aaa! :

owned and managed, on Main St.'' and Miss family Jessie and Mae Braunen.rhuol their daughter. Our first grade teacher, Miss!'! -- Il-: : '), I / Fla. Shipped, Gr. "A", Dressed & DrawnFRYERS
J
Louis Underwood owner foithe Raulerson, has been ill for the past ,

past three year has returned! tc :\ew, week. While he was awaMrs.
hn home in Oaines\ille.! Betty May and Mrs ;Mae Swe,'ney .

C. <'. :May spent the weekend \\\- err(' sorry thatt' ('lit!! got substituted

in Miami and accompanied his gut mil Mlinol ni'\\s in the paper \\",. ;a'r t( |I \ happy] | O\'t.i .the Pound 49CColored



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
APRIL 4, 1952 r.\ot: THREE
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I Ipre..s
TYYTYTTTTTTTTYYTTYTTYTTYYYTYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYY' their news on current issues partment and it was only after I 1 tMs
: : Importance Of Social Security CardIs to tae: .lppll<:at- Mih' month to answer, qu. "'
some difficulty that the engine
I Stressed A repiesentaMx.T: G.lln.l1e T-: .'Ilage ..ml11'\ 1\ I'' -
COLUMNBy Letters of acceptance have already -: was started and a crew gatheredto By Field Representative ,
HEIGHTS ,-
Social
KEYSTONE \ : S' 'irit ;"i! 'o: s.l I laS> .ilit' p'n: dull 1 elei
been recieved from \\'. G.I j put out the fire. The engine ''Don allour in dollar at the i I'.U. : Hoti' .'; Stark. '. ill's toll' h':1l'iIt... ti' -,
each
put
week
eggs one right here in I
it
Fountain. finally started by pushing
House of was ,
Representatives -. 10'i)0 al1: .IP( "ie -. .: I Thurs ,
basket,
Sara McDonaldEditor's runs the adage about''' Florida to replace cards which ;rein 1
Mervin down hill and Mr. Muhlhofer ranit
; H. Dyson, House of I! I
.. . A A A a a . ...... AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 Rep.; State Treasurer Ed. Larsun l up to the fire with a crew of thrift Although it i<; still true to I have been lost or Je-Ui'oyei; Account
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I day Leo J. Wilhelm Field Repre number cards are now 1.1 I
card I B. R. Burnsed, St. Senator 29th small boys. This incident has
will a i
( Note: Due to a late The Club sponsor sentative of the Gainesville Social sued in two
of which
part one
I 15 at ?! District; C. M. Gay, State Comp- j pointed up the fact that we needan I
Tuesday. April :
rush of advertising several fea party on troller; Raymond Van Dusen active fire department. If, in- Security Office says he'd like tc I the applicant is advised to put WINKLER ELECTRIC SKRYICK

tures had to be omitted from the p.m. in the Club House. I candidate for State Superintendentof stead of a woods fire it had beena change the saying to "Put all away at home in a sate place j:

paper last week, including the\ Birthday Party result would your wage credits into one Socia! From this stub a duplicate tarrt'' _
Education: Edwin G. Fraser home burning, the
Keystone Heights column. This Friends of Mrs. Ella Bird called J State Senator 29th District; ,. have been disaster. How about Security" Account one numberfor may be issued quickly and cheaplyWhen I ZENITH
omission was not the fault of the '. life. i both parts of the ard haw
last Friday to wish her a happy I Brailey Odham, candidate for some of the men who own property'I.' 1.
correspondent wlu sent in the it Another bit of advice the loca been lost, it takes from ten tin4o : '
birthday. It was her eighty-sixth. i II Governor; Com of Agriculture here and don't want to see fr
items as usual. Most of this material I Field Representative would add for, two weeks to replace them RADIO
Mrs. S. E. Kennedy took along a Nathan Mayo,; S. D. Saunders.' burn up, getting busy on this. I I --9
is included in the column those entering the labor market. Social Security account nmi'ber-: !
who turned out
"young relative" House of Rep. Others are expected That nice new fire engine ought ,
I this week.) to be "Uncle Dave" Baker, 92. Ht The Committee to have a work-out every week tc or taking vacation jobs is "Get can be obtained by applying 'e' andTelevision
in charge of ar I A Social Card before
Security
Woman's Club Mets and Mrs.[ Bird threw away theircanes rangments include be sure that it is in working order. you the Gainesville Social See urllYI
Don
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Pangborn. "
and walked to the i started or. start looking for work! He relates i Sales
together Another woods fire
The Woman's Club held their General Chairman; Food S. E. that employer, human 1[. Office. 18 N.V. First Street
being ,
dining room where refreshments Mar 23: :{ out near Paradise Lake j
and Service
regular meeting on Tuesday, Mar McKay; Property, C. J. Bastedo, undoubtedly give preference tc Gainesville Floridappli..m?

25 in the Club House. Guest were youngest served.pair They in the were group.voted the j \\'. J. Siprelle and A. G. Louden; and Walter'ili burned! ,:t barn belonging tr ':1 job applicants who already have I for original 01 duplicate !S<*'ra! .------_ 11- _______________________________ _

speaker was Dr. Wolfe of the University i Publicity, E. T. Martin; Program, obtained then\ social s security !
Card al-o\ hr hun
Cccnrity ian
of Florida, who spoke: interestingly MANY ACCFJT BID Frank Walrath Jr.: Chicken. E.I' > 221 1 N. Tl'mpll't'. Phone IMi
arils
.! 11:1': 1 1" .0 pi,. i :' ,
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of problems of beautification TO POLITICAL IL\LLV ; Menzis[ and Rev. Gant. Personal Items "
both of the home and com I "'I' j' \ :: :--. : 111 ; :S.' 'T11ttIH i I +Itli1\I I

munity. He answered many ques Keystone will be the scene of a''| 1'KKEVTKK; SCHKIH'LK I ,: I I' \ ,1 "* M .< .' . .
: or iintcii tlt\1ns: Mrs E Stithberry enter II l I Rieiside I\ ----- - --- - - - - -
tions audience. Dr. Wolf I I Political ,.
from the huge Rally on Saturday.1April Hospital in Jai'\k-11I1\III. I'K "- '11""'in' .(p I 111 < HU1 '!,'"Ioer -

is not only a horticulturist but 31 26, under the sponsorship: of A schedule of pre-Eater services tart week for an emt'rg"III \ (1P.| I -_c

talented musician and preceded:I the Keystone Rotary Club. Prepa- .. has been announced by the tion. She I idoing voi \ .'. ::1 1 .1'1't /. _..1;, ".. ,, -_ Cf"--- .. .. ,,- ,: .. .... ''"\
his talk with two numbers on the: 'Community I Church -- ""- .ot __ _. _. ,_ __ .. < -Ch -'
: be home
Tuesday. will soon
rations made for
are being a
violin in which he was accompanied 1! April 8. 7:30: p.m. sermon by Dr. William Reynolds li.i- r r.-c! :
by Miss Cleva Carson at the Crowd of over 2ll)O people. Refreshments .
: A. J. Hull; Wednesday April 9, St. Vincent's Hospital III .J.I i n !Mville \ *
piano. Miss Bobbie Bastedo sang including barbecued ,
sermon by Rev. G. L. Purdy; for treatment. He I i- I >\ "

two numbers. Hostesses for the {chicken will be served by mom- : Thursday. April 10, Communion; ing and will soon be b.u 1 K h], .,.

occasion were Mr> Bert Christof bars! uf the Ilotaiy Club All candidates Dr. Farrar in charge; Friday. Mr. and :Mrs. Murray i r ni I :. WE
fers and Mrs. Sara D. McDonaldThe 113
April 11, sermon by Rev. Jol'u trip to Miami recenth
fn' State. DlStrirt and! Colin( '
next regular meeting of the Minder. On Easter Sunday there Mrs. K Feussner and >>In'1,1.: '\ i
Club will be offices have been muted tfj ,
Tuesday. April 8. ThvI ty
will be a union Sunrise Service in Linda of Orlando, vi.I.l! t i
will be a business meeting. I come and meet the vote, ami!
I Mrs. Ivan Bernkopf 1.1- _"n, "-I- -S_____I________ STREET
I'T.\ MIKTI\G: -
to California to be with ]h''

I Ti Oliver Smith who is! \\ "1'I'\ 'i

i lesday Keystone, Mar.Heights 18. Mrs.PTA W.met J. the settings for Frei i .W: t n'> .. '. These Prices Good Thru Wednesday April 9 *

Sin !Me, picture.
Mrs Fred Dodd, and Mrs. Miss Edna :M :-:. i foul I ,1' N'Winnefred \\ ithsKit\\ L. TIIK itii.in it t 1\11'1 ill \ ITU:>
t'I H' !,:hes reported on their &t-
.. Mum '!:\ ot :M 1 1. :
at the .
Regional ConferFernandma 1Ii& __ ir
,., teat \
Pa. were reel :I\
on Friday
:Mi'1"' : I. They reported a good and Mrs. O. D. ;-:' < in

Mr. and Mr*. .\ll-n: M I 1. \1
"" .111,1| an inspirational meeting
I Washington, L (C. h.1\, h."
i 1- repotted that
a music
team-1 r. :Mrs: James Bailey ofGaini visiting Mr. and M r-. I I''. '

Mrs.V.. L. Vincent wh' '..i 'I
\ ille.
is now coming regulady ArmoursLAO31b8.
( i I., the Keystone school arc't"aitui visiting with them ki;1 9C
home i' M I:' '
her .
).: publil'ehool music from for :
l' \ < *
f' to: !"H: the close of the school City. Miss Patsy u

da very Friday. The expense sonville spent a .v il I\> .
.1 i k II-
them and was
'J1' 'IIS is being met by the PTA '
at the :M 1 i I"' try I; i,1 :
T III) group expressed appreciation guest
Blade lu, :. '
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and :
'oi 'Ire way :Mr.: Habenstroth has Scabbard Dixie Lily BlendedCarey's

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be -ti' handling the traffic situa'KM Gainesville.Mis
.. H. H Newman o1: :<: .I' i itulle.
ii ar the school. Mr. Haber-
Ga. has been .speii'l' ;: -
stroh has
now re-oramzed the
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EulaV
'ith11.:
(days \\
ShKlboy Patrol and they will bin Meai'3P

> auto from now on. Motorist--

d tked to co-operate with the Mrs. J. S. Brown

bomd! help avoid accident:
Dies At HomeIn
i '. as announced that the next\

/ III" I''? April 15 would be a night Plant City 1 .?. Gal.1 .

'111' ., .-.ir. and that there would boo ... ,_. ---- .J...... AI
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Ilf Mrs J.
Friends i
iohv show connection II
it in wi.
,
11 Kate Hull will rege.-i : Northern Plain or Iodized
her death which ",'I'I'\ > i .1 I. I .-h '

C "rll.1 Niece'...ful 20 at her honi.1 .:;' '1.\

nolds ruary St. in Plant fltvMrs. : Roll 26 Oz 12CSetzer's
Th.Carnival held the Tissue 7W SALT
by Brown and In"' m1! '. 'U\\ J
Ih' Woman's Club on March 21 was .
',, lived in Starke for a ini': i!> Box
ELECTRICIce uccessful from every point of years and were in b'lsi-u. ...<'
\ le'Not only did havei .
everyone before moving to Plnri Cr\\ .

Cream Freezer ellent wonderful\ dinner time but and the enjoy Club the du! Brown \\'8a sister: t'<,' II i .'e \ -.. _. .-.- _'__ --__ :..: ..._::_ __.- "_ : .. '__ r: ._" .'- r- -_' U, .: __ Jv,5:--;
N.., lit the d.Ii.i.u., __.,.. ....... Newell Hull former > I'i < ": '
B.*4t ire CfM.. ).. rent ..b..nthis \'y i well financially. They cleared ,.
busing I
.. .... ,. master and m.lia
f r nil futility." ..nlf
about "Breakfast Cup"Van
$120. The club is
dut"nlllrivem let toe.. h now cousin of Mre I UI: I. 1 I.Knigsloy I.: '
f'H'.'. ..... 4 full quarts.r ....., practically out of debt, having .
A *.4trful ..11 built ..... 'e LnKe 1 i- Tu!
...P, .11 l ......... I..,. f .11 y paid the last installment on their Mrs. RI'I.| i I.. \\ '< >i i I'

Reg. Price 27.95 '''fl: moi tgage.i ville. III .rill' .tI. Drip Of C

i folk ILnce (,b..sTnl'sday with her j 1"> M." i:' h. i I'

Here's how to get girl Then! I ho-!, 1 I., COFFL Regula:

night one u.oie of the out )f tow n Hi '! i 1

yours (for only 1 1c 1 1.issps in folk dancing was heM\ the nrst jn-i, i I I

OonY .."l h.u{ So many children have been com Bradford C,<\\I'' S's
fir
rtes. frteto lour ut. 1111; that it has been impossible fo' ways very .11' i i

t, inch.. n ,a y tan the t older people to dance and omr tenan ('::1111". : 4
me frut.rt
have protested. This time the day S..hi M.I! I'i : .'

Children were rc
hour from 7 to S, and were then Hazel ( Mi .V gc

i required to leave the premise; ,,, Plant City: ant! t.\) n 1 A 1 9c Cap
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unless accompanied by their par-- MitHull. nov Mr- < :, .. FISH FOOD

0rl *Mit<. After 8 o'clock no children of Mixini heir'1| 1'111 \' Can

under high school age were allowed Hull <,,1' Kl\el-i'l". ('. ;H 1
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on the floor to dance ._--....:: --

: this Parents and were co-operate.asked to please The (con not. Demand For New Ga. Grade "A" Shipped Borden's "Oven Ready"BiscuitsEA

1 mittee is sorry to have to limit the 'Wonder Berry' C
it 1 0
45c
0 children in this way but this project
Exceeds
Supply
I
.L.::..:,,:( :::;:-4 --.; was started for the teen-age; FRYERS LB.

0 I 1 ami the older people and the chit Til., suPply of the .'.
: 0t : dren just seemed to drift in. Perhaps '
'wonder'strawbetiv: l1I .. .. .. .
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ment station at Planl'' I'
:. noon
f !I nounced last [week Pure Pork Roll

14. Dr A. M. Brooks wh"' ':.
{
;: nr Trii< K Ik1.ll
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i 1' CoiiliI lie lisixt the new strain which i- 'I

:. ;' i rtuisi have better keeping qu.il.' |I, id! LB 19c
: / .
i There have been several wood better red-through cold, 'I 1 '1' SAUSAGE

tires in the vitmity lately. O i currently popular MISM..!:

I March 2a fire was started in a that 70.000 plants were II i I

;, vacant lot on a Keystone Lake and for distribution at th- -.

MIt. was put out only at the cost of 200 for each grower TI'; .. \ "' ," -- -- --- '-' --- =- -. ,-',-- _.. ". -_ _:_ .
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considerable work on the part of I have taken care of 3,11' mi : I

adjacent property owner Mai i: AI..al1"no piowei
Jl-t 1 a fin- static,) in th "\ "d.. .' ,, : :I: ,1 i "
Buy This Hew 195211 Co. ftj .
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no tr the :sihoul hni.se' \ <* -

'u.! 0 made t.i ...>;t. .

\j// FOOD FREEZERat 35IBACON 29C


the Regular Price .


pok429.95 ELECGUY ANDREW: .

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tnitt tor M q '<| V>4 Mill M.iI.dfNN 'ROZEN /
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429 96 lie stands for \\2\-cheese\ '\ C.REE.NBEANS{
VALUE! Both for only/ C
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GENERAL@ELECTRICG. :MEim) : .AiEI; : ) > n/. pk;. :Wc.Tu si("CAR;

economy ./ i _i i MILD .s o/ pkc. : :) PEASLEF

in government \ II BRICK \ nz. pksr. "', (


Business Man Civic Leader County Official Made f h\ the folks m Itlark ( reek W I'.ronan SPINACH

J. McGRIFFPhone Veteran World War 11 Graduate l'ni\ersity of Florida FORIHOOhTTTT..yyyyyvv.TTTm..T..T.TT.TTry.T.TTny..m.

Agricultural School .\ble. Honest Progressive LIMAS

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
Guy Andrews ..
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229 Starke, Fla. APPRECIATED :. __ _.. __ ,tFRIDAY __ ___ !:,_ .: ;;
(POLITICAL ADVERTISING" PAID FO9" BV GUY ANDREWS''
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PACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA

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closet. Plenty of bath towel l and and put on bro'tn : ,
-pot1- '
in
bu ( f- **"I.H thfrec n Tt- t'rtlflla'
wash clothes. We are planning tc tub or sink I.ca\e until Candidates Pay r.,.nit r* ardear" ff I" tlan"... the 1! ti'Vesley has M.-ttae and other relief I I otherwise the alltgatiorComplaint -
11 .1 been fil.
nd
uy : (!it M r.ft on <,f 'h 5'-pt-rty., and 'he! I d against you in the will be taken ..
do some remodeling th-* Mortuary wash off. I Total Of i al.ve nanitii Court and and '
Gleaming $3,056In cause {
(61 whitt: tubA r.ui.t.1 wlnih :t A.at t.-Md i* ""!' .d 1.) you.
( I am all excited! of ..s ffllnwsc 'i \i-ii are titured to serve a copy of This notice hall h..
Going teaspoon
/ I \megar in imshfd ..* your an wer or pleadings to the \.
Qualifying Fees rtif'! e No :1. Ytar cf Is"a- : once each week for four c
; to put in an elevrtor fiom the I potatoes make thin! whiteRe- I ..n.-(' 1141.! !I Complaint nev, Theron on A.the Yawn.Plaintiff's Jr. 119 Attor-East weeks in the Bradford C<,\.' .
basement to the upptT floor cut member turpentine kills I's< rjptior. (.f Property a 5 5 un- Call Street. Starke graph. .
moth* I Thirty-t\\o candidate for public dixided I mter -t in and to: Lots 1. '. Florida and file Dated this 11 day of Mar
doors. change the bath room down I had I :!. s. 4. ir. i4. i-.. 16. IT: is: 21! ; 30. '! the, original in the fflce of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) '
J
a
pleasant office "J] rk of the A
I I61f staIrs and paint ev rything'. Lifeis surprise on I in Bradford County paid a II"\. H:. "v.1"..4. 35, 36. 45; 46; 47,. 4S,. : furs tll" 14th Circirt Court on or l 1t1'1 I Clc-rk ofhe C answering the door to find my total of $3.056.11 in fees and party I Im. hi: 64 in Woodlawn Srctmn 13 I disof April l92' B\ Myrtle T P .i\rr. t. p
Lura ewqesswtirPONCA good. We finally got our new good friend I I Township j South Range :J2! East I "
Hattie KraoWs husband .1 assessments to qualify for the :Name' in which assessed: Canal
,
= NEBRF Ford pick-up trud: and DJI i!' who lives on a big ranch ,n Democratic primaries in May. I Timber Corporation. (If more than
getting :a Ford sedan to drive I one c--rt ifu'ate. follow above ordtr
Wyoming. He had come down to Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas for eaih additional certificate )
Wherein the days fly swlftlj really to be bad and circumstancesmore about. The '52 cars are lo\ely. the funeral of his brotherinJiw: reported last week.In All of said property being in thmCounty

and it i is April. We ha>e a blizTArti. often make people do thing cheap to run .111J 1'Rhter than a I Hattie was not able to c<:rre. I order to qualify, each candidate -I da. (.f Bradford. State of Kh.r.)

I begin my house-cleaning. that are unlawful. In my heart i i3 Packard. Of oourse wo keep the I had never met her husband !-Ier': must pay three per cent of t'nlt1! such certificate !hall T,fredeemed

and I king a gay song in the attic. great compassion for all humar ity Packard too, fo: picking up btidie man. Such a refined, handsome the annual income cf the office property described aicordinr in to!Ouch law rerff tl-. LOCAL FACILITIES

We all want to be happy and good and general uSP. I have: ru-.v Oilor. I and kind tale will t>. fold to the highest bid I
heart and I I gentlman, a wonderful sought plus a two per cent levy der at the f
A in lace quiet refinement
song my to have love curtains for the l-via.1! with organisation
some one us sincerelyand ? room and good man who has fulped which goes to the County Demo. first Monday in month of May !"',- :
will singIt trust us. To feel we belong I plan to clean that room nfxt | settle this which is the 5th day of Mar. 1'! '.; jomi>etent and thorough in its entirely -
great cratic Executive
west I Committee.Of .
was most Pated this lrh day of March, 1.J
with vigor born of purest: glee somewhere. Yes there is in week and make things clean crd i OFFICIAL t enable this establishment
good I I happy to meet him. Last week I the total paid in, the County SEAL) A. J. Thomav. to
Because this hour bnngs hap- nice. The sun is shiaing at I this! I Clerk (.f Circuit Court of T rad- render a fine and moderately
everybody. I love people. kept a radio survey of what: we I Commissioners get 51.S3367 whici'gOt'S ) f, rd County, Florida. pricedsen
piness to me, moment. We still havaome .
listened 3/14 4t 4 4OTIC1 ice.DeWITT
to
., Out west of us here in Chrry for seven days. J am to help defray the cost of
.And I am content with everything.Through I snoThe robins we.'" here be
I feel! county, we have had a terrible I:! supposed to get a prize now from holding the elections and the ,J TO 'PPF.\" ,
every nerve, ,I fore the storm. .vonder where New York. In Clrroit ('ooff. Bradford ,
Whoopee! Committee County
murder a ranch. A Have County gets $1.22244 I
on man
young my
glad music ring, I I' they went"h<>. n the snow melts wide lace Florida In Chanrrrf.
of 32 and his almost done for The John E Mclta
24-year-old wife i my County Democratic Pla.ntiff vs. Marie
And life seems tuned to mystic I the mud will dry u:? and Spring i-heet. I have been Execuj j' McHae, Dt' trdant.:
were shot about their embroirdenng live Committee of' C. JONES
midnight send
harmony I in will be here for ;ure. I have I dish I a portion (';'!'eo 9020:! .
I. home on their 3000 acre rriiich. bya towels that have been stampedfor what it receives the ollre To Appear. I Phone 7
to Xationa1Committee I Starke
Whose I deem tc be.Love's been Fla.
source hereeveral ,
I ..
ir. :
I springs- fad ,some time. G'' .Ti :M; ''' :M I I.: "t. ; cmon
hand. ny sets .
ranch lIe also killed and also
costs ir I nkri w '
pays
constancy, God's tender this i is se\'<>nth.Yhe' I cleaned :
my l : the .
spirit o'er all hover.isg! I another rancher coming to th ir!,I the attic I playeJ !ho old Vu.tor'!' four other day. I plan to put out ('onnel'I1/1n with the lounty rallies I \1 f, -h--''- -> \ i\.\: ".t.!'.it l.-d a"l't ,! .I _______ ,
Have .
rescue, and then was cornered and I Ii quarts. all my garden I '.* ., '
t I \ 'd..j i! \
soil
Rejoice through every phonograph. Ha. Such
my tun. seeds Funeral Director
now. I :
i shot. He must have been insane. plan to plant some Ambulance ServiceOur \
hour rejoice! : Just two records 11,),/. Old Black I watermelon i Board AwardsMaterials \
Such thin Last weekendwe and musk meloneed :
And know that heaven i K prPsent a sad ? Joe and Old Kentucky Home I I have local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and :
saved. I '
had a bad blizzard which lasted can hardly walt. ContractFor
here on earth; play them over A.il over while I, Nice letter 'I MATTHEWSWILL : services not otherwise available. \
three nights and alr.mst two from my son s wife \
days. \
The roses in Life's garden wait clean Ours is a real oldtime fit- : She Old Jail Work \
The snow whirled and dashed and has 350 little chicks they ) CIVEIONEST -stss_ S spr.SeSSSSS Sr.rrr.J.Sr..spsrs_tsss -.,- ,
the choice; tic. There i is a spuming 'A'heel,1 have \
lots
drifted U.e of little pigs, calves \
Each morning brings with it in grfat piles across old base rocker !toug'-t at tne lambs, and fine County Commissioners awarded: I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and i
It little be are and happy.So .
another birth. highways. was just a World's Fair in Chicago; In 1893, a contract to Quigley and DavK'' UriCILNT I accept ANT life insurance policy in force issued by ANY :

New power to love aud hope, low freezing. A man die out in I believe. Old trunk ami many many of our boys are now in to furnish building materials and : company. as payment in part or in full on a funeral :
the country 20 mites from heN on camp or gone overseas. AID
more vibrant voice toys. I have added a trunk with paint for reconditioning the Courthouse : Consultation carries BO obligation.! :
a Saturday and we could not get
To God who gives today Annex (old -- - - --- ---- - - -
JAITIULSUYlt -
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praise thru to Allen until Monday P. M.Wt.oopee my WAC clothes and bioks from Oh do not think the sun ha; county jail at ------ -- -
its worth. college days. My wedding hat I let forever.On a special meeting Mar 24 at 1C ( -- ----
I have begun my a.m.
and suit are in boxes hang1 from .
The above poem was sent to me housecleaning. I first cleaned the ; I our young lads whose youth
the rafters. Ha. Itf a fcig attic has The accepted bid was for
with a note saying it reminded linen closet. As usual I invc'ced just begun; '"
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and I love it.HELPFUL. I $1.227.87 Other bids were received '
her of me. It comes from a ranch and find I have JO pillow cases Think how they march a fairer from .
I Starke
Builders
in Nevada, out where the ranches with) lace and ernt"roi cIY. Ha.I HINTS: Mark aired I" highway i Supplies
reach out miles and miles to touc'i mark around the handle of for $1,292.27 and A. D. Cros e
have two dozen new pillow cases Unhindered
by the
weight of _
who
the sky. Where the westind never befwas 1cd. Have tc rake or hoe the width ot space be pack or gun. by two gave only an estimate on Itk COItiESSIOlU IISTIIC1 I

blows and people are loving and nice sheets and I believe a twtoen' your rows and then set grades of paint. one for
many VOTE
stake and st cieam I God bless them $331.09 and the other for $329 83.
nice 'II1gMix
sincere friends. So many dozen new sheets never been your : I everywhere and L

people everywhere. No one w tDt! washed. I delight in my linen of tartar and }pcroxid to a paste: j all of you who read this. Work on reconditioning the annex FORiWTHli

will begin immediately C J
LOVE LURA
Powell is the carpenter in charge : I


. r- GIRLS ITS FREE! Four Fatalities I a The resolution commissioners of right also of way adopted pertaining I I _

!
,60/5 On Highways Here to the Brownlee Road j

The
Road will be
constructed from I Pol. ad pd for by B

.- During 1951Out the intersection of Route 16 tc

State Road 225 west and northwest .
of a total of 91 motor ac-
of Starke
r idents. four persons were killed I II
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__ and 50 injured in Bradford Countylast I,
: year the State Department >OTIf 10 .U'PEHI
In Circuit Court, Ilrndford County, I'
nf j Public Safety has reported. I'lorlilai In Chnnrcry.Lc.nnie : ; Mttthl'w"I
:S" r.arbPe, Plaintiff, i!' Effie
Only two of the accidents
reported !l<):-e Carbte, Defendant.
I lIIItIvf' 1 11 .J' .. 1JII' were in urban areas and Case Nr !'04''
>ollrr To .' ;penr.
U ?1 tl ::i all accidents resulting in death, Tn: Mr. Kffie! InOI': Pr.ff' whnFereMdfme
) 'f were in rural areas. and addrifrs ik' nkiiown
7r You are hereby notified hat a

:'. .. On a national scale there were suit for Divorce has been filed
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against you in the above named
Im in rural areas 15 injury accidentE Court and cause and you are required -

m occurmg for every fatal accident. to sere a copy of your answer I
or pleading to the complainton
and in Bradford
County there are the I'laintilf Attorney, T Frank
:L'l non-fatal accidents for every Landrum. $Iarkf'. Florida and fill BUSY DAYS AHEADThe
the ., :
onttn.il in the tffice (.f t'.e
l uital accident. Therefore, Brad i flerk (.f th>- ("iri-int Court on or be
foi d County has a rate of slightly fore the ilH day of April 1952. '

!,-\\'r accidents resulting'in deathas Oonipl.tititvil otheruinthe! allegations be taken of as cunftiffd said- next time you're in the market for

compared to the nation as a lv, you
This notice shall be published'once :
hole.. each week for four consecutive -
Books Cash Faa'sCafe
T-eeKs in the Bradford County ONE Manifold
However, in Florida Gilchrist, Tplf>graph. I. of the biggest

Lafayette and Okeechgbee counties. Dated 't..- ifnh day of :March 19S2i :? I I Checks Blank Books
.. '. _ i. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas.
t can boast of no fetal} Clerk of the Circuit Court bargair.s in insurance is I

::: dents in 1i.Dade rci'l Py :Myrtlt T Deader. Deputy Clerk I II I
PHONE 29
us-i :3'21; 4t 4 11 j
,. I a Windstorm policy. I II
County had the poorest i

DIFFERENT FULL-COLOR STAND-UP PIECES 11 record last year. Ninety-four I xrmr. or r.w\I'I'I.leTIOS Dtiu: run -j, ,,\'>t' I. We'll!! come right over with the most complete

persons were killed with 46 of lllu.e lltil No. lir,2VOTICK Li See us \
COWBOYS COWGIRLS INDIANS fl I IS linitF.HY: (.il\EV.; that I i line of stock and custom-made business formson
..,.. b the deaths occuring in rural areas. \\niton Parri-li. huldt ,.f a i! _', undiMdxl -
SHERIFF'S BADGE fl I ] mni ,.--t in and In th t <- holder.
GUN AND HOLSTER the market. And we'll take of all the
BRONCOS
fl ,_ i In the entire State last :year of the ft ll'.w :np iTtifii ;at, s ha* I care
L ) ._. -r i ,' (1' i iToMei Charley E. Johns
AND LOTS, ors MORE I 1. 855 persons wt-re killed and filed) ;( d I -It'f'!r A : ix (

L -s.-- C' 15,766 persons were injuied in details, too, to see that you get a first class job


i _... -.. -, \ ". 1/, 1p / "1'1' .' ; .10,597 accident of'* ft 5 Phone Agency II and get it promptly.
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purchase tires and tubes for its- I ir

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,J ,': .. The new plan calls for central j Model! 14-P MAGIC CHEF >>>

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ized purchasing of tires and tube? >
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If inn l e a ron. hor e ort
for all boards through a >
county
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._ : ioat >:r.h n iho>rl nod .tnr1 >
;i State Department of Education dli:. *

i I .. designated agent. In accordance *+.
Florida Renderers
'with this ruling, the local board Call >
1 3 GAS
passed a resolution at their recent I',.. Prompt nominal of Tr4, I >>

meeting designating J. Pope Bairdas rippled ',r Worthlriui Lltrntork ALL >
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their purchasing agent tor tnef Range FOR 167.50 >

: and tubes. Ph. Gainrs\; ilIe 3330 CollectWELDING *

{ The tires and tubes will be pui 4 4 -_ < _<<.H1> CD---_ -_ I:s (,ASInstallation E

chased by the state -ipon lequisi- 4 Less
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II I tion from the individual board -4 do< Trade-in 30.50

I Last year, the Bradford County I ONE CYLINDERPyrofax :

Board spent approximately $250Cto -4 4 Gas -__- E

re-equip most of their vehicles. I4 ..
p.4
___I- Only $500-$600 is expected to be

requisitioned this year, cording: ; :4 .4 Completely .00 E

KIDS JUST COME I IN WITH MOM .. to the.Board. 4 3 I Installedrtl 13 1 7 p.p..

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_ OR DAD THE RODEO IS YOURS FREE! FPL PlanningTo 4 ----- --- -----------
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1-i Be first In your 1Mothersj I Dads' 3 I J We \Vill Finance ;
Ten YearsThe
\Ve offer the people cf Starke p.-
..,." neighborhood I tn;;nzyour liJJiu; in. .. .l I p..

YouSe never seen anything I lu\e -so this that thI ey Can Florida Power and Light mind vicinity one of the most For 18 Months E

_ I "onderJt
oy It's brand' -I
I
like this exc.ting 1 "'- Company's annual report to stockholders p..
/ West rodeo! Na:t be bought. modern and finest equipped
Wild
revealed
I t-0 plans to nearly ,3 8.73 :
ii A stage coach that tioi 1 : obtfga.j triple its electrical output in the p.4 .

really rolla-a cowboy I here ask to you'rethrowins next 10 years with 332 million welding shops anyi4 here. llij-r t ,- ., :.d. ... ...: ". '. ,''!/,1.1.:' p...
a
erfu1 I. p.
I iteer-a cowboy J new vne'7; i9P All Work GuaranttedSMITH'S Month
I.- eral Electric dollars building program. I 4 Per :
.. chasing a buffalo- I : Relr'g" 4 Chef rarr, r rW'! .I/ < : i I 'Illm-! I .
l bucking broncos You ableors. JbeY're depenld"n "We are busy now planning tc .4 p.

__ __ stage your on J teatur ?ere Sa eJ moJo'iIh serve Florida industries that have GARAGE 4 4 ance plue long-lasting; rkp -ndabihty. :.

rodeo every da>! J el to suit any bUdget not yet been conceived. farms that 4 p.

_ Bring Mom and DiJ L__ have not been bought and people i AND MACHINE SHOP 4 It namany exclusive ft-atun-: .
II. today I TE'D"Ph"e.. !Starke 4 p.
who don't know that tieart!
.I I yet 4 such as the Red Wheel own heat :
to -4
Florida
coming to live.1 aid; .
I 4 p.

k I President McGregor Smith 4 regulator the one-piece i I' {P burn r See this and other p.p.,
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REFRIGERATORSMod.l1f.aJ The company plans to in. ." .t-e 4 p.-

k: its electrical output from "m3 "it(" :4 units )large fully;! in-ulatKl 0\ f'n p.
to 1,405.000 ] Three 4 Magic Chef Specials p.p.
kfllowatts
$209.95 in the :i. vt t < A Days'Cough 4

decade. Smith said. .4 Swing-Oue Broiler plus many p..
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AT EASY TERMS
MODELS FROM i He reported the company s n. t IsYourDanger :.4 others. Today p.p...

income for 1951 at $6,706,731 cum 4 4 p..

pared with $6.394,554 in the pt: 4 p..

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vious Year. Signal 4

Sale of kilowatt hour was up I 4 FLORIDA I
CENTRAL
Creomulskm relieves promptly because
20 per cent and gross menu up 4
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it goes right to the seat of the trouble
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19 per cent. Smith tc..l: D.viden'l! to help loosen and expel germ laden 4

1 G .J. McGRIFF of $1.4O. per share of comr-orr: phlegm and aid nature to soothe and 4 4

tock were declared last V., .t f heal raw tender, inflamed bronchialmembranes. 4 GAS & APPLIANCE CO

PHONE STARKE compared with $1.25 in 19VJ: tt' Guaranteed to please you 4 4
Dealer
Authorized or money refunded. Creomulsion has
The report predicted that Fl 4
stood the test of millions of users. >
'i 229 GENERAL'(1} ELECTRIC FLA ida's population will i intreas- m'' CREOMULSIONCoejtj : I :3 149V.. CALL ST. STAKKE, FI \. p.p.-.

2,771,305 in the 1950 ctnaua '
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BRADFORD COU TT TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFARMER'S tunately want their eggs fresh.
> vinv.i> ]use plaineared stiff and MiV.. R. Reddish" on Satur and Mrs. L. H. Futch I'I
: t BAYLESS Ht'a,. 1 ici.kins;: lot a wave tCcapstzc Jay, Sunday guests of the Reddish The on Sunday. n, xt Sunday. bo1'! : '
HIWAY\ Futches
x; !: Going to raise some Kentucky the b"at any minute, thena ., and their guests ing and evening: RJ"b.:1'
Wonder pole beans this s included 1 11'. and :Mrs. J. G visited the Stephen Foster Memorial
Had
1 jear. BY \Irs. O. E. CrosbyBirthday gator u, grab Sum on the other Godwin, Mr. and :'Irs'J.. B. Godwin expects to be out of town ..:
: [ many requests for them near White Springs
last year, Mde QuiuAH in the time.
DIARY : I and we try to raise what people experience for and son Jimmy, all of the State afternoon.
Cahm. Birthday
want. Party you. He says he leally Farm: and Stanley Andrews and TartjMrs
Misses
By Sam McGarvey .1 1 Mrs. R. R. Crosby entertained had fun though but admits ht on, Allison. of Augustine.. Gayle Moore and JackieHarley :!. C K l'\( Butt i'-:. :
: still prefers Florida to Georgia attended the 4-H Club :her young > I Took in $35 with a birthday party ):0'10 'ing Marvin Warren spent the week a H
for Recreational
The author \\ill be glad to receive :, breeding fee- Don't know Training Institute
last her daughter Elaine last St'ui'Jay that I blame him. cud with hi- -isteMrs.! V. H on hiISt'L het|-t'dt! \ nth ,i
year (for about which
six months was held
items of Interest concernIng actually in Madison on
Saw Bob and Mildred pro pa'y:1! : .. numN
afternoon the occasion her Carrowa Appleby and family :n Stuart.
: the activities of farmers in : ) from Big Red, our Duroc being; Saturday of last week. M If'. 11I,1001' ,
eighth of Orlando Mrs 11'1'o'a! '. of Gainer gal1lo"- : 11110 n:
boar birthday anniversary. Out \
and that visiting Bob's istei Pearl! Whitnel
of
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe t ought to answer Iceland wa guc-t bit ,
door Louise and vine teas : her aunt Mrs thday .ih .1 ;i r tii i 1'1 l lweir
the were the
games enjoyed visun-e
by Raymond
: question Can Crosby Sat- of her
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left at the Telegraph office or you make money sister Mrs. G. W R ibertsone ,
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little t;. W R.bl'IpH, -:. -t i 1'\1'.1 : :. i 3.> ;.: '
guests. Refreshments of ice urday night. : \tin day.
mailed to Sam McGar\ey. Late ', : by keeping a male? We think They were en route day last week.Rev Runt .
*::1. I not. an even with charging $3, we cream and cake were served by to Jacksonville to visit Mildred Mr. and Mrs Jack Reynolds J. D. Robinson I iei "'I\t : \ nits '
of Those ,
pastor from of
out _
town 111( !
.. .. .. .. .. .. _. .. .. .. _. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. -......, .. .' 1YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1, . I I know that it did not pay u<. the hostess Glenda. assisted by her daughter : who grandmother is Mrs Emma Alvai'-z spent tin- weekmilMti! Ins parents the First Baptist Church wishes the! party weie :MaivinV.ti' "I

Many, many times we spent as scnou-ly ill M ,i- .j\I'1 : I H! i' Ri'viuvl.U to announce that visiting minister the Air Fon: hot n"hI I I.. _
When we started: farming around,I i I to the yeailuig Toby which we I long as two hours when Little Judy Haislop ct',' ,r\te1: ti I :
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someone :u T. i!,,Isar: will conduitites at tl; I I.n \\ .\\MCllt: : ..' ..1.k.-"'' t
here we knew nothing about fana- j j sold recently to the Dotsons I I I brought a sow to be bred, and if her birthday anniversary Friday "
I M- I't' : \; 1 ; I': >-b\ "'t
ing naturally, and we were advised Daisy is a fine cow and we have: she wasn't ready, we couldn't night with a lovely suppei at herhome. LAWTEY ,
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by many well-wishers to always wanted to get a good Jersey. :' charge anything, and our time was Those who enjoyed this '

in, out, if ;, wasted affair with Judy were !.er parents.Mr. !IQ
plant berries
we wanted to year succeed. year Well, there The only trouble is going te *- .. .. and Mrs. Fred Haislop and I.. II. I'utth t They're going, goinggoing

have been times when we have be in milking two cows every day Spent $161,21 for seeds and sister Kay Mr. and Mr*, Earl I I

been doubtful, as berries are a lot Hut we have managed to do a lot plants last year. Had no idea Goodman, Mrs. Alton Oobbs and Anotht 'urpl use wedduu,;: '14!,

of hard work, but we have followed more so far than we thought we that we spent that much but you daughter Eloise of Starke: and Thursday of last wt--k J.IM!!: B"SllOriy"
can't with the Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop udy Wainwright and Miss
argue
record book. sign __
the advice, and this year could, so guess: we'll get it don ca, > s
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i t tells me she had chicken and ill Thomas of the Heilbrotm "- -
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for the first time we are making, land we will have a lot of good I \ \ : ,
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home money on our berries. We're feed for our pigs--who are tryingi Bought $176.85 worth of fertilizer the trimmings. Happy birthdayto were married in Kingslar-l '7.i i -\- -1-., i !d. .t (, I JTfr1r
fortune them last year, and as we can you Judy and man) mor After spending the W"f'k"I'' m'1 1 : J '. '::\
not making a on by .
to cat us into bankruptcy) Can rr M ,
i readily see, there may be the clue I'li"onah relatives, }'tr, and Mrs Wun.vii: j\j\ I jI, "; z
but the
any means, encouragingpart hardly wait until we get the calf, I I -I '" / \ U5ilIlS(
of it is that already this season II' as our farm has not been then to why we have not made more Sure glad to see Arthamare lien. went to Fort Lauderdale en Sin: D'h ( : ? '
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we have taken in more o I same since we lost poor little money from crops.1'' simply did derson Andrews visiting relative day. The couple will re.-ide It: .' }.r I '-fiAg i E Ef
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berries than we have any previous Bunkie. not put out enough fertilizer and last weekend. She an I Miss Annie Fort Lauderdale where Mr. Wainwright ; I t

we most Andrews, Mrs. B n Kellog and is now employed.! ,
certainly are
And thank going tc 9
do
year. we our many *
do more fertilizing this daughter Edna of Live Oak and Mr<. Wm. Pope of Jacksonville: : 0 ))75
friends who have year. /
given us sc : low -
Burned off our woodlot, bo that -" ; as as \ --
much help and advice. Alfred Gli son were visiting Mrs spent the weekend v irh\ her parents "" '00' |
wecould for
grazing
gt some .
tAt \Ve keep records of all monies Andrews' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Paul Dinkin.s. fed Ic.
our cows. We hate to burn off,
Mrs. ----------------------
last we have raised something earned" or spent and think that Floyd Crosby recently. Ar returning to Jacks ;.cville ou Sun-
but at leaste did it in the ap-
which we are told is pretty if we had not done so that we thamare visited with them when day afternoon witn Mr. and .Mrs "Xo\\ all I jjotta du i is finda cjj4
proved manner, by notifying our
good. It is only a double row of neighbors and even had the Canal would have quit and sold out long she was a tiny little gi-l. Horace Cox whot're aN. visiting !" %

turnips, and experienced" farmer ( ago. Because by keeping records Sorry to hear about Margaret: tho Dinkins tVmilyMrs. car
of
Timber Corp. crew (consisting
would not think of it at'' we know where the money went, Ann Lovell having to stay in with H. E. Pries came horn* on \ Mkkk.RyS% ( 1s'p, i
anything Duke) kept control of it. 1V I'' ---------------------- \
all, but to us, as new farmers, i iis it damaged some of the trees, but cand, we know how much every mumps last weel She is lots Saturday from St. Luk-'i II!,,.->pi- \\Vill take rate of the !..ervices -

a real thrill to see how well. will get some tender and fairly, operation is paying or losing. \Ve better noand feels fiut' and dandy tal in Jacksonville where _'II' underwent jour ear ueeiU. pith .:iings \'- \\) s y"ta

things, will grow. We put about I are able to prove to our own again.. an operation ji-ivntly .
nutritious for ill
,
wire grass our cows / you \\ appreciate.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYY
600 Iba. of chicken manure in a and do need feed for them. i Satisfaction whether we are get Mr. and Mrs F. M. Xori.ian, Sr. Her friends will o'j: glad U kn<,\\'
we i ii
200-foot row, bedded up over thej t i t i iJ i ting ahead or net, for there simplyis had as recent visitor: Ellen that she is recuperating! nicely.Miss *'

manure and then planted. The!l I no use arguing: against figure Barber and family of Jacksonville Linda Carter of Jck-i.n-: 7.HKin, and "nl. FJjtin, ha, Round, iiithkrartdetitnrxii-inKa SA7sit
turnips have grown very rapuBy,1 J I Evidence of that is the fact last'- in black and white. You may not and Mrs. J. W. Knight and family vine spent the weekend with her 1 LIBBY tile lurili' fr Mjnupnnc id| mafcAlltAflMMW/ .

and have a beautiful deep green!, year we spent $815.9for: feed}' like what you lead, but there it is. of Lake City. parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C' .: .tersirs. &U.r.ntctd 10 uearr lae.1. thukandiem.tm f"ll.rt du" f ran f5).inrhar.;* trod >3375

color. One person looked at them,j: and that i is quite a load for a'I Vincent Kelly\: enjoyed t rlas" \\'. T. Walter--! spent, three Sales & ice111111l11111111 Dainh out bar full tifvn M'OO75

and said: "Best turnips I ever'I couple of beaten-up ex-Yanke ; We've been farming now foi party at Stephen Jo'o"t.t'rnor' days this week in Jacksonville >
saw". Of course, he may have I! farmers to carry. We !spent that three years in Bradford County, ial last week. He is all excited tending a W. S. ;J. S. mt't'ti'1ri.:

been "buttering us up", but even'I j'I much feeding one cow, three }sari ; and far from not liking it, we are i about a minstrel whic.i: his cla"si j':I Combining busmes- with pl-awe, /J Ed Simpson

allowingfor that, we did get a lugs two sows and one boar ( forI more convinced than ever that we'j plans to present a>- an outcome of she also visited relative wliJ. in Kaiser: Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP GEM JEWELRYSeaboard

kick out of it. I I part of the yean and about 501i i iI I j do like it. It is hard work, but it < the trip. town.

:i 1 I I hens all year and 200 chicks which I II I, is a very satisfying life. Sorry to hear about Rudolph! Jack Wamwright of Gullt': \illei Temple Ave. Ph. 32 Railway Watch Inspector
we !started in late September We i !spent the weekend with his ,
Our pullets are realty starting, i iI j i. Hutoheson breaking one of hif1i :I par
to lay now. They are six month'I do not know if our feed bill was i j'i Looks like our asparagus bed i isi i fingers at school last week. It i.i' guts, !it'. and Mrs. T. L. vain STARKE, FLA.
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old, and from the 178 in the flock higher than it should have been i going to be a fizzle. We I had some better now.Amonf wright. .

we are getting about 50 per cent but we do know that it took a I! shoots last year, and they were tho.- .vho were fortunate Sunday guests ,)f I:-v. and Mrs
I
production daily. The first: eggs very large portion of our income. I[! deliciou, but so far this year we enough to attend th> B. T, J. D. Robinson were his nmthfr.

laid are small, but in a very short' have had only a few sprout, and : U. meeting ir Stsik: : Thursday Mrs. \\'. L. Robinson; his sister, j jj ]
I
time the egg size increases, anc During the year we sold $6'12: : ,22 we're afraid that we are too far mphtfTc: M'W. T Crosby J: j: Mrs. McLeod and daughter Elsa

we are getting quite a few now worth of hogs and that was anew I South to grow asparaf."lIS.'t'. R. Kelly, Wanda Mary Alyce andf! f, and Yvonne; and his brother, J.

with "two yellows". high for us; but, as it in- j I I can live without it, and grow: lot>. Beverly Jo Crosty and Kathryn M. Robinson all of Live Oak.

aWe eluded selling a sow and a boar ''of other things.: Kelly. They r jx.-ited a kr.ely Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Whitehead WMBR.FM

have a new assistant now, from our inventory we have t<", 'meets:;. I 'AMone of the less and baby daughter spent the weekend

Hired Frank Sutton, who lives take some off when thinking of Set out 1,000 tomato plants in fortunate souls. who had to attend with relatives in \\ 1dwoood.

near us, and although he has just how much we made on hogs. We left field and hope that we get a school i in Giinesvill.' and A number of Lawtey people attended

worked a short time so far, he ir know we made some money on I shower on them soon, as they could not atten.1 the dedication services at. 96.1

doing a pretty good! job. If we hogs and will try to figure out how!j could stand a good soaking. Sc Barbara Jean Norma i spent the Highland Baptist Church last me

can ever get our farm up tc much, as soon as we get the tune ,I far we hate about a 75 per cent : last Thursday .ri;h. in Slit I ke with 1 1Mrs Sunday.

capacity, we will need a lot of help j' But whether we made a worth- stand, and we may have to water Miy Su. Kprrrson.Mrs. : Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs. A. II
t 1 i I! while amount fioni lioe: or not. I.I.to sate tht-m. Lois jf-'vman. Mr. and Harley and Mr. and Mrs. D. B

We are so encouraged by the ;i we are going to continue; to raise.i t t 'A'ts. Flank Thomas and s'>n, Kirby Harley and children attended the

turnips we have growing that we j them, as We like to work with IVen trying every day to get were called to Jacksonville chicken dinner served by the OE?

decided to plant some inure the them (especially the little "stink to putting some Copper-A coin- Sunday because of the serious ill in the American Legion Hall in

same way. So we got 1500 Ibs. of ei s"). iI |I I It I I II pound on the rOW of tomatoes we mess I' of1 ro; Thomas' brot.h{r, Starke Friday night of last week. OF RADIO'S MOSTLISTENEDTO
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manure from the brooder house I + t I II I have in the kitchen garden. Big i i Walter Green. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddb-1' ,..

and put it into two rows in the I: We've been putting more and job is to find time to do things. | Mrs J. R. Holly: and children were guests of his parents Mr i

kitchen garden, and then planted! : more fertilizer out when we plant I Also have !some Pan Americas i were visiting )It.q. Kelly's mother PROGRAM

a row of mustard and one of, for we have seen what can happen I tomato plants to set out, and we :, Mrs. A. L. Drig 'e's in Lake Butler 2 1

turnips. Going to keep putting!cif plants have enough food tc are anxious to see how wilt- ] Thursday :afternoon. FOR SALE

more and more animal manuie in grow on. For example we've had !| resistant they are Real glad to hear that George : ARE HEARD ON THE .

the garden until we build the soil bad luck (lor poor management Hernandez is improving, even if it II ,
I 4p 4..711 '
up. with growing English peas this I Beans not up yet, potatoes jut I is slowly. He has had to returnto QUILT SCRAPSWHILE CBS .
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i I season, so we decided to try one sprouting, corn not up yet, ant? the Alachua County Hospitalfor RADIO NETWORK

We've burned a lot of snap I i: more batch. But instead of planting I here we are beyond the middle of a checkup recently. THEY LAST

bean seed In the short tune 'we''!|I very carefully in the kitchen Marth. The weather is one thing I j I Hear that the Eddie Normanand ,

have been farming by planting I i garden by hand, we decided tc I you can't do anything about but i Thurman Jones families! spent

too soon after the fertilizer was plant a couple of 570 foot long!j it sure can drive you almost crazy iI j the weekend with Herbert and SOc Per Lb.
1
put out, but we have learned our rows in the field, and put 100 Ibs. i I I II family in Umatilla. ,' YOUR Area That Means WMORDFMh

lesson and won't do it again. This, of fertilizer to the row. If we geta But we re going to keep on try | J. L. Alvarez was one of the Call At Office

year, even if it Is very late we I stand (the larks won't help us a j I ing. Plan to plant a little! bit of lucky kids to be invited to participate j I

have put out the fertilizer ]in the bit) the peas ought to grow with 1 I everything until we have our field '! in the Hamilton wedding I

rows, and now will wait a weekor that much plant food. planted and then hope for the best 'j Sunday afternoon in Alachua. BIG DADManufacturing "
ten days before we plant We i' folks said it was beautiful.The .
t t i| One thing is sure, we have tc The

put the fertilizer out on the first, Tact we sold $327.71 worth!, plant if we want anything tc Freddie Wattersona of Co.
year j I 24
and will bed and in 1 by Mr. an<' ON THE AIR HOURS
up phnt one I I lof! fresh eggs from our Roadside I'grow. I Hampton accompanied % Inc.Starke A DAY {
operation. :burs W. C. Ward and Mr. and t
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M.tiket. That is not a large figure t t II
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''Mrs. W. R. Haislop were visitingrelath'es Florida
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i at all, and
we could have sold '
Had offer of 22c for'
an a pound the
Ga. over
Going to increase our number j i many more if we had had them. I in Crescent -
U"t'stock.t'ry shortly. ofl I We have better than three times 1 our White Holland hens, and we :.weekend. They went to visit Jack J

Mom who lives in Jacksonville: is I a.. many chickens this year, and declined it with thanks. We dc !! Ward Calvin's son and when they

moving over to the South Side,1 I we should be able to meet the de- I! think that the fellow who made,! arrived Jack had gone gator hunting

and will not be able to kwp cows maud for fresh eggs. If folk? I I' the offer had better s-e a doctor. : They tried to reach him by What

milk there,cow.so we Daisy are buying, and her the Jersey cow's sell want them just as plain shipped eggs eggs, we are can't'always 'I for if his heart gets: any bigger it telephone.Lawrence" La Calvin Roache and, decided son-in-law U to look for if you want a better

two-month old calf < a full sister! cheaper, but most folks forDo I is going to bust right out of his look for him by motor boat a

II I chest. trip of 25 miles Understand Cal .
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We Want the J : ,j. ::-,,, ,. : LooK first for the truck that best fits your job!
I __ B,. Jj OF JJIiI! fli t" '.
A ta* z Look for strong rugged load carrying units--

Welfare State ? 11 'fU.ti <...,i. frame, springs, axles, wheels, and others-engineered -
N to provide the strength and capacity
HAILCan t;S I you
.+- r.. v e reds Look forload-moving -engineclutch: ,
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/ transmission, and others-engineered to meet the
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Do we,,the people,.ask for the Welfare 3 x Look, too, for a powerful engine, easy steering
Completely Destroy short turning ability, and extra payload capacity.You'll .
State or are a group of power-hungry individuala
: get all these
advantages t when you choosf.
trying to sell us a bad bill of z a Dodge "Job-Rated" 1 !Vc or 2-ton truck.

goods?, Upon pur honest .answer to this Your Growing Tobacco I ; -, t.. t S; Yes, look for the t est in a 1'' (j- or 2-ton track ,

question hinges much of America's. future. tsl -. 3 and you'll find it in a Dodge. Come in today.
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Are we,; as ,a people, abandoning the and Other Crops i F !' Big Power at a Saving. Dodge "Job-Rated" 1 rand

traditional"concepts of America? Have we 1 2-ton trucks feature a high-compression !<)'.>

( r h.p. engine.! For outstanding economy:, you gt
lost faith i in'our ability to do for'ourselves?
: 4-ring pistons
chrome-plated top rings, and
Are we t cbnced&g V that
fied to"'be the:masters: : of,. 'government' I Exceptional Handling Ease. Champion Tru k

and our rnaterial.weltare? '- I ProtectYour 'fl "Our Dodge 2.ton models have Hoadeo contestants choose; Dodge "Job-Rated'
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"'- ,tr .t you can cut sharper, maneuver
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'" -' /' .L!. "" I ( done a remarkable job for us." easier, park faster-thanks to wide front tread
I \ and short wheelbaae.
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Every Individual WhoAcc pt .Unetrned Government'Hrmdoutts' I \ says Fast Delivery Work. There's a 5-?Pl'('() tran-mi:
: '* i*Hi|*t-wr WITH/ HAIL INSURANCEH. Veteran's Gas and Service Co., Pueblo{ Colorado sion available on most models for higher rodd!
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARI\ FLORIDA
'P.r.EIX- n__ !_' __ I nun.n'. Ai'UIL 4. 19\- -!-


Mrs. Torode Named \VCTU To Sponsor Birthday Party and Lorraine Champion are men with a boat paddle one day last home from siho<>| mol t.'

ing from ('I a."ton, Ga. this weekend week while
hit
fishing and Frank
turning home late n.t? .
District OfficerIn Speech Medal ContestDetails For Steve'ancey to Ocala where Don is being Landrum'arm instead causing a found a note saying rn"I .

BP\V Club transferred with the Forestry Reserve fracture in two places"f the lawn it looks lik: ,
of the annual LIttle
Speech Steve Yancey celebratedhis
Have you seen those 40 at least that's the story I got guile ',> t:.' e.s V. "
Medal
Contest being offered fifth birthday anniversary Saturday
MiPauline Torode of the lovely azalea bushes that were Yoursoii .
Think the "
most delighted and | "t" Pit k v
throughout Braoford County afternoon when his mother.
planted around the Methodist
Starke Business and Professional'omans surprised Mom of the week was Smith I I-.. ..if:"' iu ,
-chools. were announced at the :\Il'!;. Ned Yancey. entertained at church last
\ Club elected Vice Saturday a gift
was Carrie rain.
Ritch she
when
March meeting of the Laura Scott a lawn picnic at the Yancey's new from Edwin Fraser of Southern was presented -
District Chairman of Districts 3 WCTU held last W. with a television set from Hear .1 l>iri r: 'ivxnln :\:
Gladys Mooty Friday afternoon. home on Madison street. Nurseries little Eddie Hart-
and 4 of the Florida. Federation of her on TommyMarion and Tommy ..
1---------- Arnold !
Phone 35 Plans were also made for the and! Mil.lnd I Sapp! -
Games the
Clubs were played during man sure is a happy lad he'a
%
B P V. at a meeting held
and son Tom. were over for dressed
__. _______. Sunday afternoon in the new Y. District convention to be held in afternoon and prizes were awardedto presented with a baby sister on the up inr the Bl'Meeting \\ ..-
weekend from .
Jacksonville
,
!! in Jackson iI': S '
Starke on Thursday, Apnl1, :
the winners. The picnic table Monday ;5 day old Debbie Been

Miss Nettie Lee Carroll Weds B. Ray RoddaIn W: .C.. E.speranza A. building LeSocke in JacksonvilleMrs. of Jack which will take the place of the in the yard was centered with a was adopted by his mom and dad. hear the that darlingest Maude Haile Easter made dresses threeof and .on tl"! -lii.way\ over almost 1 11 i : itiie

regular April meeting. This district beautiful white birthday cake Eddie Sr. and Loyree .
1 16 -lonville Beach presided over the hand made, ,, ,
Worthington Church Ceremony, March i composed of Lake City, mostly for her three hinged t. > h 'p >.>liie
which embossed
in and
business session and Mrs Doio- was pink Hate to see the T. H McNeill granddaughters in Miami .
-im SHValtei ,' d ai.1h -
Gainesville Arehei. and Starke 'i'i
thy Patterson of St. Augustinewas Unions. held five pink birthday candles. move to New Smyrna next Mon. wish I had a grandma nott <> job toiSptttel >:, ,

elected District Director fur The 50 youngsters were given day and know Mr, McNeill! is goingto that Koch drug store is g. t'ing ,
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the 19d2-r year. Mrs Mildred The Medal Speech Contest: will! favors of bubble gum, whistles and be missed over at Starke pnssed up for Easter too beuu: .
II' I being I: d Mfi!: _
be divided into Junior and
Sapp of the Starke Club served as!, again cracker jacks. Builder Supply sure felt for painted white inside ami nutRegut '
'ti milt .i ,i i lo!' ': i '
Senior High School entries. and ?
Chairman of the tellers for the Steve received lovely Sonja Anderson German bride of
many gifts to hear that .,,
speeches will be delivered HarryTutker tried it tt 21 i- i -an ::
publicly
John Anderson who had her first
election Others attending from from his little guests
has been
in St. Vuuent'fthe .
Hazel hid! too '
e t t" i
and judged by a board of disinterested
,
the local club \\'enIr Marion Mrs experience with a pressure cookei eek for ,.
Yancey inerv a
judges at to Assisting past check.up with a j; ill 'i'! ot i. issaid
a
Howe, Mrs Mildn-d Doyle, MisseMaUjj' -- meeting for the one day last week seems sht but hear that ,
be set near the close of school ing and caring guests welT glad to Sonny Tenlyi i.e \ < 'J 1 i.n., '
ii' up took the off the
: Middle ton and Delia Rosen. Mrs M L Sheppard MiX. B prsuie cap .' home from St. Luke ye..tt'! in this .,lipm! i i ,t as ", '
First and sciond choiceill b* cooker before the steam went
berg, Mis Maryim: Arnold. MisDes'a Rosur Mr-s H H. Adam- Irs tiny birthdaj giecling t" 1m: gut a i U',.' 'I' spr.\.
made. and asilver medal and $lC down, eausing the lul to fly off
Mr- June Blown
Dyal and John Deas anti Mi$J, Kate Struth. Brown Godwin at Slate Farm whclehbiateti need a spring ..ftitio'"
lee -idem of the Stark Club. will go to first place w inner. and! and plastering cauhflu\\,'i all <>\1 .
pi
the ra-ion on Wednesdav for my summer \ai.' "
$5 to second place. The same the wall and idling was just
k Th.. group \oted to extend an Club here's .t it ,K1 st.., V toss caution to the \i .'
awards will be given to Senior Junior lucky -wit' 'a-ii't hint in the i .it.itiophe -
in1'J nation to the Florida Fedeia- with .j n-w' w i-mkle Ki lme S iit I' If I don si e \.". '

and Junior contestants. To Have Dinner ,!ld! M u lie:n "iho.it.linitm id -hoiilil} ..
kit lilt hei
MOM to hold the 1953; convention >\i sins \ .11'1\I! Know the le isTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYTTYTYYYYYYYYTTTYT

t. "n the Jacksonville Club and Pupils may obtain complete M I", sv\ iujii'! at .t '-n.ik. 1I1"V\" 'lit' 1.1\\11 \\4lt'1l 1 I1 I., \ 11'!
4. .. For New Members
rules of the contest from then
r ,.j I MS-mis 3 and 4 as hostes.sesThi ,

local group will have an exhibit English teachei The Junior"oman's Club \\ .' TTVTVVYYTVTVYTTt .4

for the Convention to be The WCTU hopes that every : A & p's Low Low Prices on FINE FOODS .4
;Ji hold a dinner honoring Tlt'111< 'I r .-.. in lln.. i 4
.
: he.i! in St Petersburg in May Junior High School will have ont: bers at the Methodist! Recnai .,' p. I
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contestant and that there will be \ thru 't' 4p.
Thi' local club won .an award building. Monday April 7 at 7 P.. 4
six or seven from the Senior ( 3. .
tot I he best average attendance o'clock Reservations may bt mi 1-j'
.4I
school.
ai 'h.' four district meetings tor with Miss Sara Williams at KItJ:

uu !1951-52; year. Drug store not later than FII.i,. 4.4

'.,nest speaker on this occasion Michael SheppardHas April I.A .4I

wa:, M\Vilheliiuna Haivey of spring fashion show \\ ill :
I
Birthday Party I
_
Key West, First Vice-President <,f held at the Woman s club hllldH\! 4

the Florida Federation who spoke MIS M L. Sheppard entertained following the dinner : 4 4
.
on "Are Women Meeting the Challenge at a lovely birthday party Tuesday Hostesses for the evening \\ s P .4.4I

of the Full Job Ahead?" afternoon of last week honoring ,i be Mrs T. C. Hazen Jr.. thairriM i e 4
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4
Miss Nettie Lee Carroll, lace with net bridal
daughter panels over FollOingher speech Mis. Harveymetalled her son Michael'sixth birth Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr., Mrs Hell I

of the Rev. and Mrs. C. LJ I satin extended in a train The the newly elected Dis- day anniversary.A I Godwin Mrs Homer Swindall a' _ 4p. 4

Carroll of Worthington Springs bride's only ornament was a trict officers in an impressive _
color motif of yellow and Mrs. Richard T. Fowler .
became the bride of Berne Ray I single strand of pearls, a gift of' ceremony. P.
gieen was attractively carried out 4
Rodda of Starke, son of Mr. and the groom. Her fingertip nylon the close ot the meeting P.,, r __ _ _ _ _ S 4p.
Following in the decorations for the part in
Airs. B. A. Rodda, Sr. of Pal-itka ; net veil was held in place by a Heilbronn PTAThe ,- I INutley
tea and sandwiches were seived the Sheppard home on S. Water \ \
March 16 at 3:30 o'clock in the I tiara of blossoms.!
on pearlized orange
I from a table covered with lace street The refreshment table .. :
I Heilbronn P.or A. u-t in :
Sardia Baptist church. Worthington II She carried a prayer book topped
I edged cloth and lenteied with a set in the yard was overlaid
up
Springs. The Rev. W. F. Oddy with a purple throated white' -' I the school auditorium Thuisu.iy i : !
I low floral ariangementuiiouud with a yellow and green paity
of Palatka, officiated at the double orchid showered with satin' ed with greenery. Both "11':'. cloth with matching napkins. { night. March 20. with a good attendance Colored Quarters : sole

ring ceremony. I i streamers tied with baby cara- Harvey and Mrs. LeSotke as re Cup cakes and ice cream conef [ Mrs Ruth Pai :ker. P. i
The church was illuminated by lions. '
tiring District director were pie- were served to the 50 little guests County Supervisor assisted by lu
burning white tapers in branched\ The bride's mother wore an sf'ntedth lovely gifts in appre- El! OLEO i i'I
Games the house
Mrs
candelabra, forming an arch afternoon dress of rose crepe with'an ciation of their services to the were played in music intern of this jojnty.

against a background of palms. orchid corsage. Di-tntt before n'Creshmentsn're servedand : Ferguson, pi evented r. very enjcy 4I

At each side of the candelabraswere The bridegroom's mother was prizes were awarded to the able witn the Gl: l"e Club
lb.
!
: progiam
pedestal baskets of white gowned in a turquoise and black ; winners. The youngsters received 1 1 19C 1 Allgood Fancy Sliced
( \VMU Circles am'JoaJiter Following the program the rl'r:
hats
favors
of cone-shaped
chrysanthemums and gladioli. The figure crepe afternoon frock witr. i ian
baskets filled with ular business meeting was held
family pews were marked with orchid corsage. Met Tuesday eggs ,! Ctn lb. 39CJp.

satin bows. The reception was held at the i Assisting Mis Sheppard weir alter which de'uiors refre-hnn P. BACON

Nuptial music: was piesentej by home of the bride parents. where Baptist WMU circles held then Mrs Ned \'anc'ylrs.. Ira Hani'i nt strawbenv sh..Tt f.'k. a.,.I"",' '.

Miss Ann Cason and Mrs. Ray arrangements of white pompoms monthly meetings Tuesday afternoon anti Mrs Eldon Haidv tee wt te servedILrcct4AhLL& P. _----,-- .-sspSse---

mond Brown of \VorUington i candy tuft and sweet peas wereplact'd of this week. : .4

Alvin Davis of at of interest. r-------------------
and Mrs points
pianists at tht
Ida Dai by circle met : ; Super Right Western First Cut :

Tallahassee. vocalist. Their sllcc'l I The bride's table was oveilaid recreational room of the chiml!*

tions were "The Red Red Rose",I'I with a madeira lace cloth centered with 11 members present. Thi Jane Parker Ib

Oh, Promise Me" and "I Love with a four-tiered wedding cake meeting was opened with piayiby : i PORK CHOPS 35CP.t

You Truly". The traditional wedding encircled with white chrysanthe. Mrs A. A, Durden. MiU'es. p.S

marches were used. mums and gladioli. The centerpiece ,
le>' Andrews held a business n ett CHERRY :

Acting as best man for the I was flanked with lighted ing pieteding the program. Reports .>..1 ____ _- _- -

bridegroom was his brother. TheOdore \ tapers in silver candelabra. The i were given by the chairmanof Ilea! the Senior h
A. Rodda of Palatka and punch bowl was surrounded with the community missions, thtproject Baptist church had a right olld to the Atlanta Ga. General Depotto : 4

ushers were C. Freddy Hudson of 'white snapdragons and chr 'sJ.r.- wa.taking patients t<- time at their get-togvthei and take old equipment which i- H PIE I E 4

Gainesville and Gene Badger ofTlolitlo i| themums. Pouring punch war Hope Haven. The Brotherhood shrimp supper for their dates. being I.lacfd by new in the near j FRYERS lb. 4SCEa.
and the
Sandle cutting
Robert
I autiiva.The Mrs. supper was discussed. Each member husbands and wives last Friday futurethose accompanying th P. .4
in' C. D. Newberu P. .4
bride, who was given cake was Mrs. .
decided to send Easter greetings e'eningin the reel nation room of first convoy which left at 4 am '4

marriage by her father, chose as The bride's book was kept by Mis to shut-ins. the chuich the delicious shrimp Wednesday, expecting to nturr 39C :\ _ ___ __ _ ___ 4
-.4
Miss Betty Jc Mae Lutz of Ocala.
her maid of honor The topic for the program war was prepared by George Kope Thursday night were Capt. H M 4

Gardiner of Gainesville.: She was After spending some time with "Go And Tell'. Mis. Dave Paulk louses at the conclusion of Hatcher, in charge, B C. Holtzt-n '1 i ;I Ip. Ready to Fry
net over their guests, the couple left for a I
gowned in mint green sang the solo "He Arose". The the dinner Thelma Dinkms, president dorf. Billy Dansby J. A Christmas 4
neCkline 1 theew ------'-' -'------------ 4p.
taffeta designed with a low wedding trip through circle was glad to welcome Mrs of the choir, was presented W. O Collins \\'. E. Green, lb.
skirt featuring a England states, Niagara Falls and 1 Sc 4
and full the bride !I i J. ,,1. Reddish as a new member. with a tariii-sh-proof chest for hersilver Sidney Gnffis!', R. E. Mundorf. 0 PP -------------------- WHITING 4
time
of matching Canada at which
cape and long gloves 'I The will be at the service received word F. Sterner Jr. Venas Tetstone. : 4
next meeting
was of mint traveled in an aqua dressmaker I 4
lace. Her headdress of and home of Mrs. A. A. Durdeii with' this week that the Leon Dicandios, David Montgomery, J. D. WilliamsE. 4
with lilies suit with wheat accessories --
green net entwined cohostess for mer'ly here during Blanding M. Norton W. J. Siemer, Ear' 4
and she carried a an orchid corsage. i i Mrs. Jeannette Roper as Rayo LiquidSTARCH
the valley I days are opening the Blue and M. Wainwright Maxie Carter, Jr. Fancy Western Winesap
attended Stetstn Alderman circle, Mr*.
bouquet of green The bride I Dora
!
colonial type i i White Spaghetti House (next tc Jack Eaves, and Walter Alvarez
University and the University of George Flynn leader, met with
carnations.The the A & Pi next Monday and all from Starke Ibs.
were Miss Betty Florida and is a member of theI Mrs. D. L. Thomas with 11 members I 29C
bridesmaids I there will be free spaghttti for all Lt Barney McRae is home on P APPLES 2
of the groom and Alpha Kappa Chapter of Beta I present. The devotion was
Rodda. sister : on opening day also back oni 20-day delay enroute to San Diego ,: s
Warren Godwin both ofJacksonville. Sigma Phi sorority. :: given by Mrs S. E. Sparks. Those
Mrs.
Call street is Freddie Watterson *
i Texas where he will
Their gowns were The bridegroom attended the I! taking part on the prOgram were ; who has been leemplojed a- sale report Apr
maid of of Florida and servedin i and D L. 27th for weeks training be
to that of the University I Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs eight
similar at the Farm Home and Gold Medal Plain
manager Self-Rising
in daffodil yellow and carried World War II and holds a rank Thomas. The next meeting! wil'! fore going to Calif. where he wil' I or
honor Auto Supply he was formerly
of yellow of captain in the Army Air Force be with Mrs. M. M. Morgan I quart
colonial bouquets foiItirthn ,
embark for okohama.
i Japan
with them from 1949.'il.hear r lbi-'
15C
Reserve. He is now employedwith j! Daisy Fowler circle. met with !
carnations.A p.
49C
there are three tonvov- orders hear that Dor FLOUR
Chantillylace H. C. Wall Insurance P
beautiful gown of the i I Mrs. j. R. Chasteen Jr. with Mrs P.

with net over satin was chosenby Agency.The H. L. Brownlee as cohostess with! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAALAI. > I

the bride for her wedding. The couple will reside at 217 N 1 I 11 members present. The living E P 4,o-_.rrssep en__________ .IE
bodice of street after May 20. 3 DUCKY'SVISIT E
dress featured a fitted Cherry room was decorated with vases of I. P.P.
lace with net yoke Among the many out-of-town 1!i sweet and roses. Northern Toilet
Chantilly peas -----
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and tiny guests at the wedding and recePtion -: > : ; ;
adorned with seed pearls j Mrs Lex Green, program hail .4q
satin covered buttons in the cen were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. :, the devotional Tilt : : rolls
man gave 2 1 SC
sleeves terminated I Yawn Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. D. TISSUE
Thelong 4Bordens
ter front. points over the' Doyle. Mrs J. E. Wilson andhSF topic was Missions Mrs Maxn E H i Ann Page i
in calla lilly I Carter leader. had chaig' >'t th
>
full skirt of Chantilly Frances Barry of Starke. \
wrists. The business meeting. PlanMT' 5 4
p.p.
made for the Brotherhood supperto .... I
Woman's Club 'Connerl'vlcRaeVedding be given Thursday

To Meet April 9 \ The marriage Date of :Miss Set Marian Apr.prayer 10.by The Mrs.meeting L. Wynn.clo-eil! with! '4 "'-Gdz Ii1iadtI II I I: BISCUITS s Real cans 19C I


will Lorena Epperson circle met at
Club
The Starke Woman's Carol McRae to Glen L. Conner i the home of Mrs. T. B. Harding 3 OCR COSMETIC SECTION E t !

hold their April meetingVednes- whose engagement was announcedlast The program and business meet .4 > > 19C1

day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. week will take place on Easter ing was presided over b) the leader :* featuring Yankee (/)O\er Three Flowers 1

At this annual meeting reports: Sunday Church.April Starke.13. in the at 5 Presbyterian o'clock Mrs. B. T. Thomas.Rdrrshments 3 April Showers (;iemey CologneR.S.V.P. P' p., 114 b ot. WESSON OIL qt. S7C I

Chairmen of DeparL1Dentand i weie served by .4 P''
from in the afternoon. Rev J. Warren t I
along all hostesses at the close of the 3 Geml''o; Palm Beach E I
will be ue -
committees given I Kaufman will read the nuptial : t ------------------ 4

officers. I will follow the serv meetings. .4 p., 'p., .4
with the election of A reception
Stick Cologne ,
< .:nd Yankee Clo\er
p.
Hostesses for the nfternoo WIn ice in St. Mark's parish house. 4 p.p': p.. for dishes : Ivory SOAP, 2 Ige. bars 27c 5
No invitations are being issued Baptist WMU '4 P'p.',
be Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman: .4 I DREFT large pkg. 30c> .4
and -
Powder Perfume -
Advertised 4
but all fnends of the couple art '4 A atiozzallj p' -
,
Mrs. F.o'. Stump Mrs. Edward invited to attend. Has 'Cuba' TopicThe '4 p. p.. _ _ _ 5
Mrs. '4 Lipsticks \t : Personal IVORY 4 bars 23c
Burns, Mrs. R. G. Davis, .4 I ,
and business med' SPIC N' SPAN lb. box '4
I.. S. program .4 P. 24c
Mrs. :
George Kopelousos _ _ .4
'P.
the WMU heldin --
Hutto, Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Mrs.T ing of Baptist was : We have The New P.P.' 4

H. Shepherd. Altar Society the educational building. March p.: E I'eter Tan (il_\ssI Ivory FLAKES Ige. pkg. 29c *
IS, at S p.m with 46 pre-ent \ SHADOW WAVE Home Permanent p.p. : ,
Elects OfficersThe p.: P'NUT BUTTER .
I 12 oz. 35c : I
The Lorena Epperson circle haf4 p., -

Garden Club St. Edward's Altar Society charge of the program and usedas 2 Complete I Kit S2.25 .Plus) Tax p' I, 4

To Be OrganizedThe held an election of officers at their its topic "Cuba for Chrit". 2 Refill SI.25 Plus Tax P:. t I'Her Pan I, Camay SOAP, 2 bath bars 25c

monthly meeting Tuesday eveningin Mrs. M. F. Hazen gave tile devotional .4 ____ p.
'4 P I PEANUTS 8 33c 4I
:
State oz. can.
the
director of --- I
district the recreation hall. followed with prayer by MrsS p

Federation of Garden Clubs will Those to be installed' at the E. Sparks. Mrs L. N Picker 5 TONI -- Home Permanent p P: t Lava SOAP reg. bar lOc :

be in Starke Tuesday night, April meeting are: Mrs. Steve Sim : ing. circle program chairman explained .4 p: I CHEER t ,
'III large pkg. 30c .4
Plus) TaxJ
courthousefor : Complete I t S2.23 .
the
29! at S o'clock. at mons. president: Mrs. H. E. Plotts ( the three movements of 4 t '4

of organizirg a > tha Cuba Mis' _ _ _ _ Oxjdol 4CutRite
the purpose vice-president: Mrs George I Baptists m today. J :New Refills SI.50 Plus Tax : \ ,

Garden Club. Schaeffer. secretary; and Mrs Aliese Lawson sang two beautifu' III, POWDER, Ige. pkg. 29c

Mr! Marian Howe secretary Peggy Shaller. treasurer. i I solos accompanied by Julia Law. ,3 5 TONETTE For the Kiddies $1.50 : I WAXED PAPER 25c ., 4 4

Chamber of Commerce. states that Plans were also made for ar. son at the piano. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&PFOOD '4
I plus tax
many persons have already been Easter egg hunt. April 9 at 4:3(' Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mrs T 3 p.: 4
P
contacted who wish to become I I o'clock for the children in the B. Harding gave a report on their 4.4 P: i I, SILVERDUST, large pkg. 30c <

who is interested trip to the convention Prog rai: '4 Also PROM and LILT Permanents 'p. STORE
members. "Everyone class. !
I catechism .4 P' ''p.. __ __ _ 4
in making our city more closed with prayer by Mrs L. N 4 pp.'P 4

beautiful is specially invited tc St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe Pickering. Mrs. Sparks had charge Get Your Easter Baskets and Candies at :: t PAAS EGG DYE 25c The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co 4 4

come and join. Tell your friend of the business' meeting which 'IP I II Entire Contents CopyrIghted 1950 4

and make this a special evening," opened with prayer by Mrs H. L : I
meeting of. 'E 300 East
regular monthly : Hi\le Lily Call St.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I
Mrs:; Howe said. j Hough. Reports of the secretary
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will beheld JDUCKY'SjTTVVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyVTYTTT 4
be obtained the St. Mark's Auxiliary :treasurer and committeemen-'
Further information may t GRITS 24 oz. pkg. 16c : 4
by calling the Chamber of Monday afternoon, April 7 I read and accepted. The me :ug : h. 4

Commerce. at 3 o'clock in the Parrish House closed with prayer. fTTTTTTTTT I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA4AA4AAAAAAAAA AAAA AA I



'' \', A I'HlLI, 1952 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK, FLORin\
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Mrs Effie Johns hai aher Mrs Charley Johns accompaniedMrs. Margie Ann Do''ling visited Si "; :'; '. \1.-\ \ i > '. 'l --- -

nest last Sunday her nephew A.1.. Pettit of Gainesville grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Rcy > '" i 1h !. !I' :: t i'. ,i. : 1'1. .' I I" 1 9.I. I \I -i XI. ,
Py Myrtle T l>. ." "I', 1>"i".tn( 'K 14 ,.n\ h I .1 1 u :.. . .' I
George Bais-den, and Miss Agrees to Tampa Monday for Mrs Pettit'sye Mathews in Palatka nvt-i, the week- I I' I J ,1., I .,.; ,: 111 1.h I'.:..\",I '. 't! ;
I :Miller of Jacksonville ( check-up. end. ;(:1.1I"l I
MIIICI: '1 C) trrntn
.SI cJ1w Radar Seaman Pat Ca..y' of Mr. and Mrs. J. D Seymour and Miss Dolores MeKnight of Flori-i In Cirrnit (...rt. llrndforil r ant..
Norfolk Va. spent last weekend family were in Jacksonville sun- daSouthern"Ish'd: her parents: I'luriila i iMr. : In Clianprrjr 4
... E Two Hundred
I : '.1111" \ 1taw7 -Ih.! t. Years Old 4
with his Mr. and :Mrs. T. and Mrs. .
parents Eustis McKnisht St-II.i )1'II'7..IlJ! -, I I', t", ,,,I..nt 4
NEW day.Mrs.
C IN THE L Casey. Emily Faver of Miami spenta from Saturday to Tuesday. >..tlf't' Topitrar.. "..-' N ...'. The first mutual insurance otnpanya- founded .March 4"), I IT..' 4

... ------ - Wedding Hells Crystaland few days! this week with her sister M vH.. B. Montgomery of To- Stella )IamzILtth] 1 ?" : h> lienjanun Franklin. mutilating themall premiums of a 4
China in her chosen pat- Mrs. Bertha Pearce. i Griffin. Ga. visiting her sister. ln-c and addrt-yf,I.- I'mn n.ii" large nnmlKT 01 l 4
Mytil.. <3reoe.. People to )}ath(' losses of an unfortunate lewas 4
Mrs. Kffie Johns and Mr. and Mrs T L Casey and daughters.Judy tern. The Bride's Shoppee.Mr. Attending the annual conferenceof :Mrs! W. F Godwin for several You nr.are hereby 'n.ttidi-il: that :i j \\ the basic principle ....1thli..ht',1 l h> Franklin and is carried un 4
Mrs. Edward Gross of Jacksonville and Nate Dyal with sons. and Mrs. J. D. Moran of Methodist WSCS at the First weeks. suit for divorce ha.- I.. ,11 til-it\ ,
and Davis visited Mrs. against yuu in the ah..te lianuil! : today b> our great mutual organiationveare proud ui repn-
Tommy forest Hills N. ,
Y. Jacksonville
spent last Sunday visiting Mrs-! were visiting Methodist church. BUY ESTEKBROOK <' .
The "urt andause and .u aie 1 iecjuired M-nt si hue of the 2.BOO : 4
Casey's sister.Irs. t:. T. Vestal in Mrs. Moran's mother. Mrs. 1'. A. I" .py'.r Mutual Fire A Casualty Companies ..t
Johns' sister Mrs. Carrie Smith from Tuesday to Thursday were Fountain Pen with verve a n i ymir" aiiwer -
for 4
Jacksonville Sunday. They also a point > or 1'lIting( : to the .:..1111'1.1| ] America, and take pleasure in participating in this soothn
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and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Moore, at Kingsley Lake from Mrs. L. D. GrE'en.lrs.: Titus Olson the ; .4
e\ery use $: complete. Brads on Plamtiff't1..I"" > T .
Bushnell.Mrs. visited Jacksonville Beach. Wednesday to Monday. Mrs. \\'. E. )Middleton Mrs. ford Frank I.andriim. !Starke.' Kli,>nd.i. nuersarx.J. 4 4

has I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews James Chace, from the Schoolof W. G. Haile. Mrs. E. K. I'erryman.Mr County Telegraph. and file. the original in the ,off.' ,-, ..f : 0. 4
Ella C. returned
Sparks the 'lerk ( )
Mrs Janie | of the Circuit ''Url "n Jerry Gay Insurance Agency 4
to her home in Micanopy after a and daughters, Mary Agnes and Business Administration U. of -. Herbert Patch. Mrs. J. H. Avery entertained the ..r l.fre th. 5tli daM.iv: ].,'.. 4
this weekend F. few this week with Ritr' Mrs. D. and Mrs. Canasta Club at luncheon at the 'th.. -rttl-e the .iIlt-BatH'ii- "!" -.I! i 111(; X. Court St.
visit with her son and daughters Anne, are spending spent a days h. L. Vimng new Inn ?u.pialnt. ? 'li Ir 1..h"1 l 01'. StarKe Phone 7s::) 4
In Daytona Reach, where the his unde and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde.Don Avery Tue-tlay noon.
in-law. Rev and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. Mr and Mrs Don I'atray and
spring convention of the Florida Joe Hoover.: and Mabel Dotson had as LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi 1 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAALAAAAAAIALALAALLA
Mrs. Josephine Thaney of Pas- :Mrs. L. T. Crews of High Springs their guests for the past two weeks I' 4
saic. N. Y. has arrived to spend Press Association is being held. Mr. was visiting her mother Mia J. M. on the D. & M. Ranch, their relatives Moran-iMoore 4 4 ,.

several months with Mr and Mrs. Matthew.- is president of t the A>- Mitchell. Tuesday. from Hinton. W. Va.lr.. .
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Eddie Hartmann sociation. Earl Varn of Sanford Legislative and Mrs. O. B. Harvey. Mr. and All s. P. A. Moore of Kingsl'-y 4

Representative of Brotherhoodof Mrs. K G. Lilly and<<1 i sons, Eddie: Lake announces the nuting.-! "<: .4 -

Railway Trainmen was the dinner and Alan. her daughter. Hazel Fr r 4 f \ 1

PICTURES guest Tuesday of Sen and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen Moore to J. D. Moran. 'u :Mam 4 1 1
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("haile> E. Johns. Mrs. D Johnson and Mrs. Ruth 13 in Forest Hills, X. .' 4 I

Mrs Irene Johns of Green Cove Johnson and son. Ernes. were Mr. and Mrs. Moi-ar "<... I.! r 4 4 ( qv'V /1

Springs was the overnight guest visiting W. A Marshall and Ray 110-40 62nd Drive Fur HiiNX. 4 )
01 R 11LSLESS"With 4 ,/ 1
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\Veday of last week of her sister Newsome at the Veterans Hospitalin Y. 4
Lake City on Sunday. 4 .
Mrs L. D. Green. 4 -
Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese and l hoist forget the 6th;t Grade Min- 4 .
a {good: photograph;: people peter children the weekend in ...tr1.hll: \\". Thursday April 10, In orin 1(11'1'1, : \It 4 p.
!spent I Insult Court llrnillnril. < .niiil> 4 .1 Wonderful/ Selection for 1l'nIl\\ unn n and Children 1
really jjo away.ion't Montgomery. Ala. visiting S t.Reese's .:311( l p.m., I SO. Adults 2.)(-, children Plnriilit. : In Cl.niirrrjirnini.i 4 1
put it off any )longer:: have your mother, Mrs. G. W. Reese t>,'. .\' .lu-i' jili II.ill 1I,1.ln'lI.ll.i.ir "I I..t t. t ti l'.iui'"t.l"hu !ml.in; 4 4

picture taken and family. Sgt. Reese left Wed Hiss Idell Landrum i N planning \ticp To ..tppmr.T.I r.i.v.: .... .- 4 4 AT KOCH'S -- USE OUR LAYAWAY\ PLAN i iI

Calif on spending the weekend with a ... ,
nesday for Camp Stoneman. Mr John .I. |.h I II. i 4
further classmate from U. of F., Miss Jane nln-I .. r.--vlm| and I ..iilil.Jiw.n 4
where he for assignment .
reports .
"The Modern {Waif{ ,
\\.inn I:-Ild! \\ I '
on the Sth. Mrs Reese Palmer in Jacksonville.Mayor ',:., >
and children will remain with her Jess Paulk and daughters > ."' i' !,. r. )l.v n"tlfl.I" i iml I Easter Dye lOc Candy Easter Eggs
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SO QUICK f .1 I Ili n .i. "111'-1.i ; .rl /
Jeffery and of Willacwchee. ,.
'parents the Adam Greenfor th Mary l II,...It n n.niif h..- I.11.1111 I.. M. '
SO EASY ', time Ga were weekend guests of :\ t > '.II ,11 Mir .01.' ' t /
being.
fl '."ii't anil. I'.- .mil v.'ii ,i' 4 ,
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SO NATUKAr.l.YLOVELY Mrs. Hazel Mills Cone and the Have Paulks. The Paulks also .. 10c $1.25
son qninil t. M'! v.- t "'"|1'"f \.i> toAssorted
Fredie. of Philadelphia. Pa. are had as Sunday guests. Mr. and Sttrr 'l.r |>l-iiillim to tlir ,1mpi." | ,n1'" i Easter Grass lOc
count III- T l 1.1, '. i
You can on our photographs "n l'I..IHitfr'''c i
Mrs. Brooks Paulk and of
this family
week Mrs.
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spending visiting 111.11111'1) I $l.lllMFliirill.1.' cud I ;i' 4
Here's ''Cone's sistets-in-Iaw. Mrs. IlavanaJohns Lake City. Ih,' nlliriMMl" : 111 Mir "ff,, "I! ll" \ 1
why : '., 'oHnu: ( OI.OKs;
1'Jk..f ill 1 .it /1".t.'! i .
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and Easter .
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Mrs. Susan Andrews and
fun i In"itli l.i\ uf M.I 1 1' 4
They are Beautiful Mrs. Clyde Colson while enroute to daughters. Carolyn and Janice ..thrr\vi.-.r the ..illrjatii.n "f -...mi'iiiiiiliint 4 ass r j
< will lie tek.nfr :i- i 4
Natural Permanent Ocala where they will make their were in Folkston, Ga. over the f-d l>y )ou. 4 ,'
home. weekend vbitingIrs.. Vickers' parents This,. n.itirr hill !h,....]>u.lM.i1liner ), Jelly Beans lb. 35c Wooden% Toys p.
a. h \\>-rk f'a' fiillf nnn" *
At a price beyond compare Close outs of 12 ft. linoleum Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gowen. wtrk.in the Hradfiiril CMHntT- I.! t >

patterns, 7'J<- a square yard. Mrs. Leslie Biggs and Mrs. Ver- prii'hI ... 4
(:ilnl the L'ml dot "f .\plli; \I' : 4 *
8x10-- -3.00 Hart Furniture ('0. non Silcox and son. David and foster Baskets filled with >
Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt b moVed Kathy Struth were in Jacksonvilleon ------------------------ 4 Candy & Bunny 49c up
PORTRAITS *
SIX 3 x 5's 5.00 Monday from 302 Lafayette Monday.Mrs. >
street to 333 Walnut street, the O. L. Beaslcy! will have as Television Tips '4 4 >
F. M. William home. weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. C. C. 4
S {We l Make Up
Mr. and Mrs. William Brisroe of Hoppe and son Jimmy, and Miss 4 Large Assortment! Of *
Chris. J. Newbern Studio I! 4 i t
Valdosta, Ga. were Sunday guests i,I Shirley Morgan. Jimmy and Shir- 11 4 .
ley plan to attend the PlantationBall '4 *
01 the R. A. Colsons. 4 Easter Baskets
SITTINGSWed. Mrs. Wallace Faulk and childrenof at U. of F. Saturday evening.Mrs. CHARLESI.m Easter Bunnies : *
Jacksonville were visiting Int.J.'aulk's Kincaid, who has been visiting 4
6 P11.8:30 I : Psi-Sat I 9 AM I $ :30 I'M I 4 *
parents, Mr. and Mrs.Maxie the Hoppes the past ten (lays.. 4 for theIndividual p.
is returning home with them. >
PHONE 103: STARKE; FLA. Carter on Tuesday = \ice Selection aster
Cards AVfrf. i
l Mrs. Robbie Shaller and son, Don L III'> and Mrs. M. B Herlong are .1 ?iLj/tt ? 4 .

Ray Tilley, were overnight guests i visiting the Frank Herlongs in 4 ,
LelandAitwood Jacksonville a few days this week 4 -- rI
Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. ---- -
in Arlington.Mrs. Miss Dolores :McKmsht a stu- $ SEAL FRIEND IS NOT ABACK

J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville dent at Florida-Southern, has recently PATTER
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BLANDING DRIVE-IN spent the weekend with her I been elected to representher Hf is A STAND-PATTER i
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daughter Mrs. T. Frank Landrum. sorority. Alpha> Omicron Pi an KOCH DRUG STORE

Airs. Landrum drove her mother Pan Hellenic council which i N composed -

Dedicated ToCommunity Movie" Are home on Monday and spent the day of members chosen from the -
THEATRE there. Greek"' letter organizations, and its t '.'f 7
Better 1 *
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crownlee attended purpose is to act as liaison among I'JlO\E 53 T\nhE.:. .Fl, 1. i
Service 'A MAKTIN TIIEATKK: .Than tier; the golden wedding anniver-i I the National Sororities. :Miss Mc- 'n Q 1 4 .

sary Sunday of Mr. and :\11'''. Logan 1 Knight will serve as \'!t'epresldent VVVTTVYTTTTTyyy 1TTf1TTyTTTyyyy11T1T1VYVV l/T/TTTVT/nYRTnYT11VYVYYVYVVY
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Box Office Opens 6:30 P.M. Show Starts: 7:20: P.M. Bryce in Bryceville. of the council. tij t >. -:"-" ---. ':. ; '. ',>>:-.:-::__,''-_::-::_: ,- '_'-: ": -, .l : -' ..: -..,,: ; _,!l '<':: ""' ;;:, -"';;;"" < ? ,:<"':::;('_;'i
Attorney H. V. Knight attended Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Horne of
OPEN EVERY J( IIT RAIN OH FAIR
court in Gainesville on Monday.Mr. Gainesville were guests! Sunday
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and Mrs. Blake Jackson and afternoon of Mr. and :Mrs |I'1 RE-ELECT
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Sun., Apr. 6 ONLY | Wed.. Thur. A I-f 9. 10 family moved :Monday from the Barefoot.
Knight home on Laura street toMr I! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland and ,

Jackson's mother's home, Mrs daughter. Kay, were in Cedar Ke>> .
DRAMA Carl Jackson i! Sunday. 1.

WITH I YA'lun you care enough, send ,; Close outs of 12 ft. linoleum E. ConnerYour
DYNAMITEI the Hallmark patterns, *9c a Doyle
\ery H-SI! Easter square yard \\' > are !Sland-l'atters Our "Mock

-IN ITS / I ('anl... Hiillingtt.ii; Studio' A. Gift j I' Hart Furniture Co. changes hut we never 1111.!

*- MMM>W ,shop. (tf) Mrs. Elaine Curry was the overnight -
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KISSESIPlus at Miss Joann Uinkins of the U. of i| guest Monday of Mrs. Del-

WH F. was home for the weekend with bert Crews at State Farm. Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed STATE REPRESENTATIVE

Cartoon "Jerry and Goldfish her parents Mr. and Mrs. L.o'. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and son

S Ul'? Dinkins. Cliff of Jacksonville spent Mon

MM r.a F. D. Key visited his parents, day visiting Mrs. Mendoza's par _

Mon., Tues Apr. 7, 8 i I" SANDERS CABOTPlus Ieand Mrs. N. T. Wilkinson, in ents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. RADIO & TV

Cartoon "Catnap( IMuto" Palatka on Sunday. :Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas Grady ol f 11 i
i' :Mis. A. Z. Adkins left Tuesday Jacksonville were guests! Thursday *, |i Sales J and ServicePh. Experienced! Energetic

/ Fri., Sat. Apr. 11 12 'for Norfolk, Va. for two weeks' I
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of last week of Mr. and Mrs
Starke
j 239: Dependable Capable
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l visit with her son-in-law and
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Upt "t laujhin.sl t Presents i Albert Hartmann. ------------
j daughter. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. t

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e I 1 11\c .. I j Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and

\lecwiicotoiiltx ,,,mot d\cAD" 1 '|family visited Dr. and Mrs Mark

=> >0x: :|I Adams in Perry on Sunday ANNOUNCINGTHE HONEST SINCERE
,
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Plus Cartoon Garden Gopher" '- !\"lJJ.l... r ."i., i The Ned Yancey family had as
Plus Cartoon "His :Mouse!' Frldaj" I guests Sunday Mr. and :Mrs.! Bob _
Yam-ey and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. i I'H

Yancey of Jacksonville.Mrs. OPENINGOF

Robert S. Bird of Jacksonville -

j, was visiting her sister. Mrs. *

THEATRE Win. S. Colson in Orange Park and

H I STARKE Col. and :Mrs. D. K.: Knight for a '

few days the early part of the week

while Mr. Bird was in Puerto Rico
Dedicated To Community Service on business.Mr. BLUE & WHITESPAGHETTI

"Movie* Are Better Than E\er" and Mrs. K. G. Dun.-an and

daughter, Margaret Rose are
Sat., Apr. 5 ONLY Tues., Wed. Apr. 8, 9'A" spending from Thursday to Monday HOUSE H HIS RECORD
DOUBLE FEATURE -- -- visitingIr. Duncan's broth-

HOOT'S A HUMAN CYCLONE. ers-in-law and sisters. Mr. and Mrs.
KEN'S A ONE-MAN TORNADO' I Garland Parnell in Savannah. Ga. 1. YOTKI)) to IM'KKASE Old Age Assistance.,

....TUMIOTOIUZIATlAltOf and Commander and Mrs. Ross
ACTION..IN ', 1 Adams in Charleston, S. C. While 2. VOTED AGAINST; hill which would have put lien on an old persons

AWHUtWlNOOF I in Charleston they will also visit property if he or she drew Old Age;: Assistance.
WtSntNTHtlUSIYHARDGIBSO t
I the lovely Magnolia Gardens.Mr. .
.: n31w.,._ ,"W MEAT BALLS 3. SPONSORED Legislation;: to return to Farmers part of Road Tax on
and Mrs. W. T. Jackson had
dawerf .
I JohnnyWEISSMULLER Fuel used in Farm Implements.
a.guests at a fish fry at their

.i -STEELS t I home Sunday evening/ Mr. and AND SPAGHETTIOUR 1. VOTE FOR Public School Appropriation.
Mrs. Guy Andrews and son. Tom

I I JUNGLE JIM my and Mr. and Mrs. A. G Lou- 5. YOTED TO (;JIVE School Teachers cost-of-Iiving increase in salary.

NGIE den Jr. and and Patricia. 6. OBTAINED) more funds for State Prison.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles I'elaz of 7. YOTED! to revue Sales Tax.

_ICI M. ...NU:' I..k.t.\! Asheville. N. C. and Mrs. Myrtle 1"SO
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AND st-_..._, .(...M. ..a..wl i .....r y.rn. Mae Peralto and son of Charlotte, SHOUT OKDKRS S. YOTED TO (TUB gambling in Florida.
wp M.w" P.$M-vu.r Do"tIII
bl.s. X C. were guests Sunday of their
QUICKSANDMickey uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs P1.. 9. JOINED group which prevented creation of new taxes.
Also Short "I-ind of Trenililing

Rooney and Cagney riirth": Cartoon \ ('at'. TatK' homes Barefoot while enroute to their 10. ACTIVELY HELPED create new Congressional District: t after a visit in South Flori
1'lus. "Ihm Darwlexil- Serial' I '
have (
and lateste"s Kvents; da. County may a ()ngre man.

Sun., Mon. Apr. 6, 7 Mr. and Mr*. Frank Castleberryof 11. SUPPORTED) 1 legislation designed i to benefit Veterans.

Thur.. Fri. Apr. 10. 11 Auburndale were visiting the OPEN MONDAY APRIL 7
Lawson families Tuesday and Wednesday 1 12. FAVORS opening State-owned lakes to public.

BIRT LANCASTER Wa Nta D p <

Rev. Guy L-e and J. T Lawson
RIPS entertained the FREE He xv., appointed to legislative1, Omncil a Commitwhuh MJulie andre l
INTO THOSf RIFFS INwnJOOYlAWRANCt Baptist Juniors whc

IKTHA1MfttAN0 hal just finished a five-night studymrse. "1i. ,end legislation for the coming SM>..ion. Sened a* Vire Tresldent

at a coke party Monday of Agriculture Committee will tie in line -hairmansiip if returned.

1 ,1! m the evening church.Mr. in.the Recreation room of SPAGHETTI DINNERTO


.Sf *"c<*s and Mr*. Freeman Register.Sr. ALL ON OPENING DAY \ :-"o.n: : LKG1SLTOKHOSE: :, INFLUKXCB; ISHNKHTKIl: : IJIL\IFOJn ('OI MA
and Mr. and :Mrs. Freeman

HIIIM NWM O U5T Register. Jr. and children. Betty lie Never Missed A Roll Call -
y r Ann and Freeman II, attended a *
tt t UwtloliC I (DTr... PIERMARLOHICKERnii
Etwc\ Ceotp T rt.a Register family reunion at the HE FACED THE ISSUES SQUARELY

awl nctunM {{ 'uf ... ...,a r:..- :: t Hi.toric'a)1'air Church in South

.S... .... 1. IIClAloO, Ltfa( rwM' out R.4cN .. .IDJ; t1IY-_.111II di Georgia on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dicandio (d'ol. .\11 lv. paid for bj Itojte>> E. Conner;
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Mrs. T. F. Landrum and :Mrs ,
\1'0 News E\ent. and Plus "The Will To Win" Short

Cartoon "Stage Fright" and "(set's Talk Spinach"' Cartoon Ewell Lawson were in Jacksonvilleon I, -'. cc':. : .::: -:,_ ._-: ::; ;. .., ";.- ..::,,:-. '- _';" :- -' .. ". ;.- -----: :,-. :'; :-- ;;,.r""o..';:;':: .::? .:cRHA
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TtttfVTfTfffffrfTVTTTVTT spent! Saturday with Mr and Mrs. I and son. Tucker < \\'f.b.-tH arc sure t-njo\ed their singing. 1Ce mow'rl i to Gainesville. spent San with friends and nlativvsWe I Robert Taylor hire Saturday -- -- --
Mr and Mis! Don Larry oi Lees had for day }hi; 'r.- wIth triendd.id '
J. M. Bradley. a larger congregation I, attended! t are all v< rv pr.Jad> t.iat: a Mrs \\ E. Hall and sister VJE :
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FARMBy l' Mr and Mrs Dave Thorntonhad I burg wereisitors of :atand: i pray ar meeting than we usually I chuuh .errur5 at t:1": Baptist! State Farmers Market is being I II A Mitchell are nsitln;. L.!

STATE as dinner guests Sunday Mr I IIr":: Dave Thorn n and of Mr I II do. All expressed a desire tc cluiirhMr built here in town. They have r.l-I 1 and :l.frJ E Munhrc f r r r

Mrs Bryan Whit fieldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA\ and Mrs L. L. Thornton and!land Mrs Bryan Whitt'ield Satur hear these folks and others sing I and :Mrs: Tiubv Hodgo and I ready :started build)'',g on it and I]' family at Hilliard

I daughter, Margaret and Ruby I 'day. so we all but beg you people from I family of Jacksom dle \'!-tted Mri will soon be complete. I GUY ANDREWSpaul

Jewel, of High Springs and Mr. :Mr.: and :Mrs: R. C. Goodwini other places to come and be with I i i I and Mr-. Henry Hodge over the
I Mr. and Mrs. Ed i Polk and
Bridge Club Meeting; I I and Mr". Ralph Brannen and i and children of Jacksonville! were us in our little player : weekend. BUY &yTElttG(1OfiThe r r r l
mf'dinj'i'l children and MrsViNoii;: Russ
''' daughter. Lurice. of Lake City j I ;supper guests of Mr. and Mrs L. We are few in number Miss! Hazel Crosby of Gainesville Fountain Pen with a ixunt foreery
When Mrs. J. C and child: 'n visited Mi and Mis
Wal1acenter'l''I Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs R. .I C Smith Sunday. I I j I Christian people would take more i visited her sister Mis J. W ue. $2 complete. Bradford 1'01 alh h\ ,
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tained the State I Frank Polk ;in!! Tr'nt"111"' 'd.lnrTTYYYYYY..WY..w.w"\ ( lI\ ntlrevvALVAREZ'STORE "
of last week Brannen Thursday were Mrs. DI i With other members of the : interest in meeting together andsinging ? Thomas Sunda}. County Telegraph. -'- -----------

Thursday charm afternoon of her borne was accentuated H. Bea.-Jey and! Mines Ruth Beas- I (Glee Club of Bradford High we could interest the one 'I r J t, Allen Lewis trainman of Wild! .

the ley and Lattice Marie Rucker of :j ;School Patricia hm'th' attended who do not attend and finally get I wood spent last Thursday with 1-
interesting place- =
by Lake Butler I FE'stiyal' them to attend. So come on out his parents Mr and Mrs E .1 I
ments of Spring blossoms in vari I ;the Fifth District; Music ) Pi NELEVELBy Men's Clothing Ill
ety. The hostess served a desert Together with other members of i that was held on th! campus of to our neck of the woods and be Lewis. 11 II Established 1894 II

the Starke chapter Mrs. P. S.I j; the University of[ Florida in with us some. I :Mrs: Madeline Williams lent I IR.
course to the three tables of players ;Mrs If. M. McRae1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i _
Crews attended the district Woodman j: The few the weekend in -
before the progressions. Mrs. (Gainesville Saturday. In the contest who attend our Junior I i Jessup. Ga uith (

Arthur Case of New York. whc Circle in Perry Thursday II i the organi7"t. .11 med: n Training Union are showing more: j'I her hu.-band. who is serving in ,I /

Mrs. Louis Dean was March 27. I Superior rat.ng interest than they have been show i iing. the U.S. Army and his parents. j II \\V are glad to ['I.port that h-
was visiting On !separate occasions. during i iI We are trying to think of I!,.i Mr and Mrs. a(. O. Harr 'U ai.d|Robert TRANSFER AND
guest player and to her Mrs Wallace I Taylor is niuih better after B ALVAREZ & SON
protected stationery. The the past week visitors of Mr. and'1 j jI 1 TTYTTTTYTTTTTTYYYTrfTTTT more interesting things to do thane '*I children. Miss Annette Green. Rev. I spending several davs! III the !hospital STORAGE CO.

I, Mrs. L. R. Thomas were C. C.I' \v have ever done before. Of' and' Mrs. Earl Willis and ..laughters -
high Contract prize, an apron wa I II 1 with pneumonia MI Taylor ......
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won by: Mrs. J. G. Godwin and the I I Thomas of Jacksonville R. T. LONG BRANCH course we are new at flits work j Mr and Mrs. James WI has returned to their ho'iie! at' .,,.-:;-. .- i.
; Thomas of Orange Park, Mrs. Lu and we can not be expected to dc I j Thomas Mrs. Rosa Pinholstei Munson Mrs $
bingo prize hot pad, by Mrs. L. 1 Taylor and ihiltlten We off rate" local
: cille Griffis of Starke. Mrs. Fayr By Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA as well as the ones who have beer Mrs Ralph Hazen and daughter R.B ALYAREZ 6SOM
F. Chapman. At this meeting the are spending few nioie days \\ !1t:1:i & long distance
Rose and Rev and Mrs. R. L. Morgan having Training Union for and Mr*. Eva Harrel! and daugh- r- sre+trru
membership voted to contribute' years. her parents the H.1 Mi Rao MOVING n here In l'. S.
of Gainesville and Rev John! We just 'i: ter attended the any
are one year old here wedding ')f tecr II.. .
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J5 to the Red Cross. : Those of Pine Level 'hiiih uh '
Strickland of Raiford. Gene Lang Richard Lang's SMI We do not grow to our full growth i I Thomas Hamilton and LeT'elle < | ( *? _

, Wednesday and Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancherand who has been in Germany for mote in one year. We had a very interesting I II I McCloud of Alachua at the Wom attended the Baptist I-elo\\! -ni(hat / FAELLEXT
last week Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Pace on Thursday and riida\! 'I -
Mrs Dennis Fancher and her than three club m '
years i is home on thIrty program Sunday night I Ian's I Alachua Sunday 3c! _
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of "
Adams of Atlanta Ga. were guest son. Peter, visited Mr and Mrs j days fui'lough. He ha been ir using; our candles to illustrate a I,'I afternoon at 4 o'clock I last week were H \ Altar) sTOK\GE
llr. Mrs. J. M. Dobbs Mrs W E. Hal! MtA! 1'i
t> and Biadley and r
Fred Miller in Perry last weekend I the army for four years Gent part; of the lesson as well as other i j II I Mrs Edna Harp anJ son, 0 C. =
of Mrs. J. B Treadwefl. I R. Mitchell and Mus! Kail l r<''>"RMrs. h t( IIJTU-S
Mrs. L. F. Chapman went If : says we Americans aren't thank- methods to impress the lesson or !i i and :Mrs Stella Mae Wilson of .

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel-1| Quantico Va. Monday to visit Col i ii ful enough for our free country the minds of the :young folks.'t ;;i: Gainesville visited Mr.. ant Mrs I Hall ha received t thm iahk Agents For} -
I from Rev .
Hall he
low had as! dinner guests at noon: and Mrs. L. F. Jr. and He if are! grams 1 is happy
i I Chapman. I -ays \ve want to learn how praying and hoping for great i j i Guy Harrell Sunday DELCHEKIJROS.
I I
I and having a vvoiultiiul tune .
Tuesday Mrs. Bob Barkley and their sons. I I free and wealthj' we are just gr improvements not for our honor I j, :Mrs Calvin Johnson seiious- I Europe We111 be glad' w'i. his in *- --tj ., See us first!
her children, Mike and Beverly.; Mr and Mrs R. "\\'. Branneii, to these countries where there ha but for God's gloiy We arr tak:.iu; i ly ill in Alachua n <
General
back
I
; home
Dea, of Jacksonville Mrs. In- spent Saturday night and! Sunday I been so much war. He: will re 'i up the work of our I. A }i. Glut Gainesville. Hospitil I again -

man Green of Starke with Mr. and Mrs Jack) Nelson I j port to Ft. Jackson, S C. when I'' again.'e dropped this work for j Mrs. Recent visitors from .J Jatk! oiiville AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Mrs! Robert Byrd of Jacksonville in Jacksonville. his furlough is up. j some< time but we think we car. | Wilma Fipps mdei-w.nt! a were Mi. and Mis K L i 'minor

spent Thursday night with Friends will lae interested" in Aunt Babe Padgott returned l, take it up again and do a goo d ;I:I serious operation in Ahthua General I I Mrs Mona Shaw Mis! (o .J j We Have I II

Miss Peggy Caldwt-11. knowing that Lyle Burk Jr. uniderwent home recently from Jacksonville work with it. at least! we are try- j I Hospital MondayN iRaulerson I and Rev and Mis H 4 NACO

Mrs. M. Coker C. Mott who i C. Tison and son Edward.
F Sr., Mrs. I',I an emergency app n where she spent a wet.k with her 1/ing Sunday School is also progressing employed at I i

Vance Geiger and "Mrand Mrs tomy in a Palatka hospital jec.l son Ernie Padgett. Says she feelf real well considering WE'are the Florida Farm Colony spent Mrs A. F. Hall and hildnn of,

Seabie Rucker all of Jacksonville! day. fine now. 1 i few in number.'j> just hive last! weekend here at Ins home Jacksonville weie '. .'inn;; :\ I i

Mr and Mrs Elmer Brainnj I] We have had so many forest t 21 (enrolled a small number of ':.- --_.,-,,-,,-,,_.._.._.--.-,,-.-,,-.- .- -.-11'1' FERTILIZER i
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: and children and Janice Gr en" of j fires in this section this spring it course but most of these attend I I (! (i !i -

Lake City were visitors of :Mr.I| is really shocking. One fire every Sunday so we consider we i when
PHONE 218 i and Mrs. Albert Stafford and of burned all around the Padgett ( do very well with the few we have I I t 3 OF VARIOUS KINDS IN STOCK

Mr and Mrs. Dave Thornton Sun I church we were told, but did not I But there are still others in out :i I j YOU GAS I 4 E
I
i think!
COLONIALFLORIST day. I damage the church building Al neighborhood who do not attend I j

During the past week .!r. and ,I most every day or night for some Sunday School or preaching sere ., i I of SLADE I IIII I YOU BUY E ECONWAY'S
SEE US BEFORE
Mrs. Herbert Thomas had as. 'heir'time. there has been fire somewhere |II ices or Training union: any u'h're j: Think of .

II near enough for us to see the flight all and we have room for them .j j
guests Mr. and Mr?. It. L. C. I l ...
1 1I iif they would and be I(
just come
Thomas and children of Wildwood from it. Sunday night just j i Our service includes either Butane or Propane I
with us. III _
; before we went to bed we saw 4
FLOWERSFOR and Morris Archdeacon of ,i I i'l(I I
St. Louts -Mo. i I IMrs. I fire not too far from whore w'( I Gtts in tanks from.. 'gallons to 1,000 gallons. I, SERVICE STA.

live. We not "YYYYYTYTY'fTY"Y"TYT'fYY
can understand
ALL OCCASIONS M. J. Collins spent several ? i 4J
people will set fire to the wood 1:i i (' linder installation with any I
( days in Gainesville last vuek with
BROOKER j
F R E E
land when so depend
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hall many upor 1 Range purchased in our Store. J At UNION BUS STATION
the tiniber for a li%'irg. lye all'! i E

(i Mr. and Mrs. J B. Sogiee of know that burning woodland thv i :Mrs. F. J. Lewis I 1 Temple A\e. -.- Starke, Fla.

) Macceleiiny we'e dii.pr guests of' time of year kills the young tree WIAAUAAlulAUUruW3li.eellaneuti. :i It REALLY Pays to Trade I :4

:Mrand Mrs: J L. William! at .
as well as some of the older ones I -

DISH GARDENS I I noon Sunday.With 'i I Even if the cattle do need good I'' : A lovely: show '. :Ito tt'r ; with S LAD E GAS COMPANY: I What it Takes. NACO'S GOT
11 was
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her little dau;;ht"r, Linda, pasture the land could be borne giv n in .
}honor of Mr and Mrs James ; I( 1110I.1r.1 I E
POTTERY Mis: C. R Ford of Wellington.Del I. in the fall when there is not s<' j J

is making an t'x'entlt.j stay Hamilton and Mr and Mrs Thomas 1------. .. .. .. .. ... .
much damage done to the timbt r -'--- --------- : TTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTT TTY.TTTTYTY'fTTTTTTYT.. TI
POTTED PLANTS I i on March: 25 7-30
'ith ;iei' parentMi an.1h[ :. L.XV I at o'clock at I
( Thursday ::\far. 20. the home of fi I the Community Center. The Cent
Murphy while Lt. F.'ni is taking
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE Hel'shelorman burned leaving'ethe ;' was
training :\O".ly Fit'ld.'al.. | beautifully decorated with
!'e people with nothing except t i i spring! flowers The brides'
ins:.1. Ga. Mrs Font an'! Linda table
I 1 the week with relativesin : the few clothes they had on."e !! were overlaid with lace cloths an<'
-pent past
Nona St
Starke AMAZING
AN
'HERE NOW !
understand
Oi.il.iMi I they were out at work 'centered with arrangements of I
i! all except the children who werf'l i'I pink gladiolis A number of
game
: and :Mi Fni
'ry i TownerdWONDERFUL in '
school. They haw fee chlidr-:: :! were played prizes were won by

and live at HighliiH. They have :)ll's. Tyler Jones Mrs

rented a house from Frank Burn I I {and Mrs Bill Bigham. Tyler The honor Jones NEW KIND OF MOTOR OIL

don and we were told they +e rguest,! j received many lovely and

monginto this house last Satur-ji j! useful gifts. James and Thomas

day Some of the neighbors! gave 'i i are twin sons of Mr. and Mrs .

t them two beds and we do not ;Zfdra Hamilton.

know what else, but they n-f! '
+ 1 raj, Delicious refreshments wenserved '
more than beds just now.
: by the hostesses Mrs G.
Henry Carter and Mr. .
Faircloth.j i B. Col>on, Mis. Rosa I'rnholster, GOLFPiDE
were on the sick list last wt-t-k. I 1.
Mrs. M. O. Harrell MTS. M. "F.
The Highland Missionary Baptist -
| Wiggins. :Mrs C. E. Andrews Mrs.
Ciiirch! is to be dedicated next
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j j E. J. Lewis. Mrs. R. R, Andrews
Sunday March 30. All are inviteto dlDirs..)
R. H. Green Mrs. G. E. DETERGENCY
attend this service as wellall ayi|
ACME RECONDITIONED (Green Mrs L. A. Mott, Mrs. J. M.
other services at this church 1 j
I Edwards and Mrs Hettie HazenP. .
Dinner will be served at the church
T. A.
rULL CASK)( .alCi Last Wednesday evening at GUI The O Developed' 14,000,000 ,
regular meeting of 'theBrooker' ;
... 'Prayer meeting we were overjoyed Cuts'engine wear up to SO1Yes ?
.
P. T. A. was held Thursday
miles of .
to have Everett Godwin Miss l>eb- driving '
night March 27 with the
presi-
bie Phillips. :Mrs. D. B. Griffis and :
i
j dent Mrs. Howard Wait presiding. in short-trip low-temperature .
:Miss Louise Coleman from Maxville
I fa) cars and trucks of carious
I Plans were made for the operation (the kind of day-lo-
with us. They came to si Sprin
2 650 ''some' special songs for us and nyr I' Rally which will be held Tuesday day driving most of us do) this new makes. were used in this test,each .
1 ..ilh different driver. The test
a
I April 29 in the downtown area. motor oil! rt-duces engine ear by

Mrs. Jim Williams was appointed as much.as 80?;. i included all types of driving ter

PORTABLE, ELECTRIC i II chairman with the following co-- rain. l f

Let Us Thoroughly chairman: Cake Mjj. L. Earry; I
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Dinner, Mrs M O Harrell; Din I

SEWINGMACHINE Wash Your Clothes 'I i.ing room Mrs L. .\. Molt; Pub-

nuts AMAHCED licit)', Bill Bigham. The Home i

WI CAW 9 Pound I I. Demon.-tration Club will also ,'. Keeps hydraulic valve lifters e Prevents plugging,sticking of piston

MANY FAMOUS serve on the dinner committee. from fouling and sticking! rings, clogging of oi! screens!

MAKES OF NEW MACHINES For 40c i The following nominating committee

FREE Bleach If Desired! was appointed: Mrs. George Your Gull xlealer{ can tell you .if, That means a reduction of oil con 7J'
Davis Mrs. H. S. .
Feropie Ave. Stir I I Anderson MrsNI your motor has this type of valve sumption. Also eliminates oil
i Earl Willis and Mrs J. A. Parker.
I Iiftermanycarsdovthich( ) starvation of vital) engine parts, t
NEW The meeting: was .
> } SPEED | adjourned and
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.K &--L : ''CONTROL a j refreshments were served: to the .a high detergency oil. caused by clogged oil screens. ,
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&& group by Mrs. H Wait Mrs. E.
We Win
NEW MOTOR i Edwards Mrs. Jim Williams an
d a: Dry Your Clothes Mrs Lloyd Barry. -
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NEW CARRYING Birthday :Anniversary,
7&8E&( CASE For 20c 1 Mrs. W. 1 t. Law horn celebrated I Whether >tmr car is old or near you can get the benefits of this

IB Nw Automati' Drten! her S2nd birthday at the home of revolutionary new oil now Start using Gulfpridc H.D today. And

NEW SEWING 1'her son Russell Green. Sunday I see your Gulf dealer for compUt'Saftt\ first" car s t'n Ice,

with a huge number of friend and

LIGHT The Washeteria relatives present. Out of town I Ii i

0 RECONDITIONED I l>: guests included Mrs Bes-ie Bran
'I
BY ACME EXPERTS nen. Mr Radford Eranrer. and
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1'( WITH ACME PARTS I children of Jacksonvil'c-- Girfii Get GULFS
your
l a. and children of Starkf A deli r' '
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5 YEAR I noon hour.

Mr. and Mrs Morrison Jordan service-protect your r -

and baby of Augusta Ga and Mr- FULLY for safe -

GIVEN SERVICEGUARANTEE Goodwill of Jackln'.llI.1'1' car

!! ATTENTION visiting Mr and Mn T. W M I i-' pleasant driving! TIRE SERVICE GUIFLEX LUBRICATION CUR LDBtlttTION cult BATTERY SERVICE

I key .. mt'" r '- _d Fjil protection ogorn; $t g- 1'r *** loll offer C Mt. "' '0< qv ''cirti o
recently Mr and ::\1:0J. d"r!
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UTTONHOLERI If You Have C/ -Ps c' : -, mud and dust-tt>ot s whet you 'vc use. f !tie be,' f-, .", .'1 (,''-.r "n' .
were on their way 'o Cal .1' ., .. _
? "'L' or oo '-' g t when you hove your cc' c\.r rjM: deokr f'.i.i < n must YC_' 'd' n*-cir J
WIN EAOI to make .
MACHINE fURCHASCO PINE OK CYPRESS their home. 6 -.s rlher.ou "*@d Gutfloed Sp.ool GuINea' Iu- d t br-cants t and < m overeplce II cc'rtul 'nerk one "

I Mrs: Hairp Conn'.y! : < ;Gt..j'-- '- -.'e, ore none better bricontj ore used to reduce if em with tough, long lo.'.'9 ctarg if neccuorOr rep' .

4ft TIMBER TO SELL ville1sitf'd Miss M irM 1 ,' recently th.'c e.-tread fires car wear at 39 oital pcirti c''ho Oul' gear L..o. Kort your boHtry with o C .
HOMEDEMONSTRATION I k su. engw.t. end bad r Power c @,'

/ WITHIN Large or Small Tracts L C KHiv '
150 MILES -. ""k*"


I We Buy All m E Wildwood T Stewai wni nap 'e>enf '
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1 MAIL COUPON I GO GULF
I PAY TOP PRICES PUT SAFETY FIRST !

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| 408 W. St.' Jacksonville Fla. RUSTY I I I 9ArJ'd'. 7. w.c'r' .
Forsjth Write or Call II II )
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I would like a free home demonstration at no obligation romp I

I to me. I B. THOMAS I II I WATERUSE t I

RECONDITIONED SINGER ai6.50 I I+ .

''I I LUMBER CO. + t 1ILJWZ1 i. ri

I Name _______ _______-_ ___-____-____- ____-____-_ I : M
PHONE 211-J F. Register & Son Distributor

| Address ________u_________________-____-______ I I.I I..I i P. 0. Box 735

City i -------- -------- ----- -- State------------ STARKE, FLA. Phone J55 Starke Fla.

I If R.F.D. Address -=- 1'1raFe I s"nd specific i Dilutions BCT I wiiu TO: CAIGON INC? ,

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PACE TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKI, FLORIDA


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I nisimrT IIIHKI: : Circuit \lt once! ea'h: \\'k fi- 'ii'r ecutive I f..r I.radf.'rd Count, St:IT., f Starke.
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''"rt. Bradford t Florida ,
fount?. w eka !in the Droldt at 12 clock ll" 'Ion .
(OFFICIAL ..
I hereby candidarx 'f. 'Junty Tele. "Kl.ind.4 upon r--'lpt of I SKVL) A J ittC1.rk
announce mx' h rinrltla In ('han< u,. i raphD4t.l pi-mf tfpubliiation Frida)'. April IV l't,2! : t.. lli- I
CONSERVATION FARMING for County Commissioner from ni i<--,( I'rank li'illmsoii.:' Plaintiff g ; of this notlie. the hitrhest anil 1...-t bidder, llf the (':ri-l"1, I
xs ___ 11- I l.'Mi: d .' (1/111'1 fur < .ISM Py .
tint Three (South Starke 1'1I1j..1I" cille Ilollinsun, Dtr..ntf..ntC.l i. :'tllf.-h. ltj: i'MIS' name of Temple M .\. d th..r..aflt" pursuant to lj..III'1 Myrt! T Deaxer. Deput C.. .
(OFFICIAL SEAL. A J. Thomas huh, I am o>nt: 11..1 I ,. U<
the will of ,
the voter in th'- e :No 90:; i- i. -v | I:1' .t 1"' This lltrc'hI l I" '.:
Democratic :\otle Clerk of the Circuit Court. "'''' leinplt .\' Maike:: FI\l i... '
Primary of May 6. If To ,'pp..ar.TCI i | t-i &:11..1'i T .X Y.\" N. ,
By George Brown, Conservationist elected, I will render the very best : Mrs Lucille Rollin'on! whose By Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk W.II..r" 'art Johns nt tier. :;:11.: s.-utli t :.:il:|"-i.i tal I Master I XOTIC- TO1'1'111

service of which I am capable to residence is: Cellmore L. I., :New 3'14 4t 4,4 St. Stark.Fl.'t. i 25 I 4 I. ('frr.iI ''..' Bradford
York. luted this :2!>iih da)' of 1.CI''h.. .\ l I'. I I.MII.I'
my district and the cuitinty at large and whose address is: P. O I'd "lerWal IM (.lta..r,.
Your vote and support will be appreciated Box 19:. Bellmore. L. I.. New :OTICK TO .\ppr.\n lo'I..rdt.,2.: at Starke Jroidf..r..un".'. 4.h.1I..n.. He\\'.,!-.. Lii', I I''
i
Bradford Soil Conservation District J. \v. \Vhite's pecan grove on the You are hereby notified York'i In Circuit (Court liradford Countr>I NOTICE 1O AVrDAIl xs tte'r: .:;.. I I' naId l"t"I I i., .
-J. MAURICE: KIMVAHUS. JK. suit for Divorce has been filed F Florida In Chancery.James :3: :i 4t 4 1MIIII | |In Circuit Onrt. lir .ilf.til Cuotr 1'.,,, ,
cooperators recently receiving Prison Farm road. These r'.uveiKhave : i against you In the above named I V :Sheehan Jr. Plaintiff vs rUrMai In Chnm-rry. .tl" \pprnr

Court and cause and }' Grace P. sheehan Defendant.Case \ : OF INTIMIOTO i'. l P \.. 1a1l.1. ,. Tn,0., .
assistance in planning for conservation provided Mr. White w th you are requlred )tii.isitu: : iMttinoisMI \\ Plaintiff. x Xi-llit I ; i "I. ;
to serve a copy of your answer N). 902;} : \\hite :\.wlaiid. I-efenilant. t'I' resulen. I : "" ;'i'1
fanning were J. 1_ Orr some grazing for his hogs i.nd cattle KOH < OIM'l: I .0""I..IIIInJI"I ( : | or pleading: to the complaint on the I >oiler To tpprar. Notice i' heiel.v eixeli I that theundersign.d Ca-e, No tuu4* I'artsiiiMtni!t. \1| VA 1"'It t t'it ,"

the winter. He has at HUT 1111(1:1: : P Plaintiffs Attorney T. Frank .. To: Mrs. Grace p Sheehan. whoso ;under." the pinxismnof S'.lie.. To \pprnr. 1,I II .r. (h. '
and Charles Shelley. Mr. Orr and during 1 residence Chapt'i'i.' : Ui-v- ..i \ v tuft', ,I II"
I hereby iLandrum.' Starke and address is: 420:! East T"! :\. ill \\hit. ".. ,. I.
announce i.uulid.i.y Florida hn
my and file .Vcls f FI"I'I'I I an i. xv e .1 |I' v ,
!<.<>th Street New i> 1'111.! \\ ill ,; u-t.i i vv l .11 i
son Tom plan to establ'sa a small' present removed his stock from for County Commissioner fium L.u-- I! the original In the office! of the I I You Yurk c..rk. nf the l"l-, lilt C..iiil III ,.1! -:.1. 'i- l I.t.l. ;.111.1111.,1'1', : .J. .,' iili I." .
trict Three (South Staik-i, subjeitl! Clerk of the Circuit Court L; are hereby notified that a I Carolina! 1st .
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on or f.n ) i
their farm. Thii will the Kenland Red and hope.tc uit for Divorce has Hiadfi'iit C"iintStiu ..i FI"I l i at I Ii "
dairy on I been filed
to the Itemocialii Primaries in May 'before the 14th. day of April. 1952.; : da. ,. ,i Y.ui are heretij notified that a t .mild 1I i v
i agaln"t the np.'ti re < ipt .I t pio.it( iif pt.l.ll.[ .1.
you< in ablnam"d .
necessitate tlw! planting of improved produce some high quail1.- hay.I If elected I will serve my dIstrict 'othei I.tth.. allegat.ins: of taid.ij ourt and cause and tllltl< and to th.. brc of I| Complaint will be taken I[ you are nouired 1.1'I alt.llnt you in the above -s' ,,, ,
and legumes would like to remind all :aivtrict county my abllit 1 as con- I q to serve a copy of your answer T..f .1".1.I I s l i'l Li. II'id. '. J named u p i 'I
grasses fes.sed
pasture always keeping the xoteiV test in- by you. i, or pleading to the complaint I ui 'imm'.l\ ,in .", .'" ( t ''. : ) I Court and cause and you are reitlll..d '. t n i. .r \ .
on approximately 65 acres cooperators that now i is the terestx first. Your vi-te and active i This notice shall be published' the Plaintiffs Attorney T. Frank on \\' iln ..t 1'1. Si.:: i kFli'i "Ida\ 'I.j{ ( to serve a copy of your an- ; II II I' ,u I l''V '
will be greatly appreciated I once each week for four consecutive i I.sir or pleading to the '''),. .I.I k-. i" ', .
support complaint
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Mr. Shelley time to make plans and secure the Landrum. Starke. Florida. and file I II: i '.t utit''i< "\\.1 i .'' "s:: : :
their 107-acrs farm. | .
of Your weeks in the Eradford Ion the Plaintiffs th. "I T .ii
friend County Tele- Attorneys, Evan K i
|I I the original in the office of the Th""q':1 Stiik. Flui! i ill I < I
out on the Keystone higli'.\ y. seed to follow this spring's truck -H. A. I Muddy, J'.ISHOP I graph. i i Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .before I I'cr.1 1 this :Jvili i t I ,1 l., v .r \l l.oI.I"I" I T Kians: and Neal P Fvans.! Jr 103 .i'of Hi.. i iI "i l I.
l I bated this 12th day of March 193! : .\ I I' ''..' j I Law Exchange Building Jackson.I I :J'tli dav \ .:
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100 the Hth day of April. 1 n: U M i : I K.'. I il' .
to approximately crops with a good summer legumefor (OFFICIAL I ; "I I ,
He tin
place SEAL v
plans ) A J. Thomas j I otherwise the allegations of said CMIHIIV riniuii<\ ', Florida and file tlw original .t i ntorrri <

acres of his land iu improved pasture soil improvement. Early hairy I Clerk of the Circuit Court. I I II I Complaint will be taken as con- : i t tOTIII 'i in. the. office., of the Clerk of the Cir- vvi 1,1; !I.. .. "- I
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"lilt. lbIiY I XSSOMK| By Myrtle T. -
Deaxer. Deputy Clerk .i 1 I'i t''I.! II.. :: M h .1 \ .f' I"
grasses and legumes. :30: acres! : indigo seed are in good supply i nd! niMiiicr' TIIIUI: : I I(I 3/11 U 4,4 I!| fes.sed This by you shall I ; .\1'1; '. "11'h., > !. con'e t I' 1 I' r., II'
notice ne published
: o I\TK\TI: \ 1'0I
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1 I had planned not to ask fr.r this I 1'1.1'? it'. ,of .. ii c I' ,
s inplaint, ,11\ l.etak'ti ii I
:
Ms this I xi
to seed reasonably priced They each week for f.ur '
of which he plans year. office again. but of | once C'onse'utlveWI'I'kJoi ItI.(iI"'lIn .'II'TllllllO11! -; T. '. '
I so confsed >:
many my as
I I :OTICH: 10 PIT.\H in the Bradford County Tele I :N..tli-.. i- lt'-r't.v th it tliundersiKiiid by you
gin
small .
may be seed .broadcast as ; friends have in exalted .II me to run i I This .. .. \
In CIri-ult ('ourt, Ilradlord Count ,I graph. mid.I' I It. i 1'1'.f. notice shall'< be published I.. ,
year.Mr.. John Busch photographer:: cost preceding the last cultivation again,. to the extent that 1 cann..trefuse. i: ri..rifli ; In t'hjincrrj. 1 Kited this 2th:! day of March.. 1932: :! .Chaptei' .'.I.'11": |.aus ,.f l Kl 1 .1, .l| ,. .\."t- once each week for four 'on"E''lIlIve

1 j I Isut Fred Leonhard Plaintiff vs Au- [i (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I I"r l'! 41. will legi-t." ? ,\ \Ii, -i.. .,ik weeks !In the Bradford County Telegraph ( ; u. SI' v \ \ V
Soil Conservation Strvice.was : of most spring Other l'g"'urnes 1 am therefore a candidate to ..
with the crops. i, gusta Leonhard Deffnd.-uit |I Clerk of the Circuit' Court. i of tile I'll. lI't' '"II' t I. 01 I f.'iiItradloril ,
ieed
here briefly and took some which may also bf' uMiized District in) self Three as Count and sincerelY Controls1'sioner i 1 I Case No 9029 By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk j' I'ounn MIL:: ..i! r irula t 't l'i, t. ... t : Vto i l'1! :. : ; .. v >

:> ..lli-e 3 'It 4t 4 4 I unon nf .'' i.1 I ationof :
Inpprnr. t.iiipt piii.it
and this include .II..t. the Vote and support of the I I Ixot.rs I
for
the Dixie Crimson purpose coweas ..
pictures of said tli.stnct. I I To: Mrs. Augusta Lennhard. whose tin i.: In I tl.I ii.". i ''I' nan: ". .

Kenland Red clovers growing in crotalaria, and sesbania. re-elected in 1 promise the same I|I I residence is: Los Angeles California 'cITlCI: TO .PPK\U of I U... ,let: '.HI. l'.i.t .V 'I'. .. .1''I I : '. "' --
md whose address t.'r| w h.. Ii I .u, iii n.; I :; .1 1 I iin "
II' P : is
.sei \ i k., a.1 have endtaxori'd to : o. Box ln Clnu.nrt.\ Bradford {'ouhty.. ,I I .
.,16313. Vine Street Station Los An- In .1 I :Jus: .' !I" )Kt-i;:: i I -i t i i, .
und' in the pastSinceilv. ; I rtrtrfiln: Chancery.uth Sensational New HYPERCIN
I Fbi ida
J rou siir.iurr: I 1 geles.California. ,, r L P.rnvn Plaintiff: v ( Anna !' .
Political S I I hereby. annoume my 'lIn.lil1a'y -In.WIISO I i You are hereby notified that a' Jean Urnwn, Defendant j I K r 1 '.imp:. ::"' s

(or re-election to the ,. fic,. o'f ., Milt for Divorce has bft-n Case Xo !90261ller 'I iTb'-nip- St StarK''. i'i i
,against: tiled !j I I ':tteui ")" :: 'Ih iliv: ..r \' Stops Acid Pain of
Sheriff subject to the Democratic you in the above P Te .\ppenr j Diagnosed
named '
Announcements rou < 01TV c .IXIXIISSIUMK I : i(ti! Court I A I Ii I. I"' .-' it ::t U' |v. I III: ,
and
Primaries in May ,. cause and jou are re- !, To: 'rs.nn:1: Jean P.rovvn whosee'iiulono .
ins" Kic'c ri\i: I C"III1t1"1. ,M\
in this rolumn Ii political 1a'inofaihrlI1! ; discharged th. 'mired to serve a copy of your an- I r and ailil---- 1- 1".4I I : I 4! rf. i .
All matter I hot ott awllll.I"Y'. i
duties or the office to the bei-t ofmv '| ittlllouill' t lll\ I, sttr i.r pleading: to the complaint Butler Avtiuie, I'ouiIHoii I. Cllll"r- I
fir I uiIItutV ( .uuuuuui--I.'I. 'I'i ti..ni v---I,
advertising paid for by the al.ilit'urina: mv fuM term I (on the Plaintiff's Attorney, T. ni.i 1
promise, if re-elected to continueto trii t KIM (li'i'iukii;' .unl .'\.. \\ Uixtll'sul'Jtit ''''Frank Landrum. Starke Florida You arherebv n .tlri..1! tin', a \01'11'1: 10 m:> iuIii: .. ir \iivi I I II STOMACH ULCERS

candidate undersigned. cuiiduct the affairs of the office t.. tile Ulll ..t th. \ntel' ,. 0the and file the original in the office of suit fir Divorce, hi-I 1 ii..-n fd".1against OHM PKII: ..0KOII HIM I"PKOlll

in a fair and Impartial manner Jienini lati' I'riinaix ."f Iab.. the i ( ''''rk of the Circuit Court on or i yiu in tii- alt! >v'mm..d I < K: UIIIIIN 'I'II 111 I IMONTH'

roit IIIIK: ....' TIII: ( incur The vote and support of the votersIn If .I..I'INI I \\ I ill denttht, 1I.al'1" i |beforthe 14th day of April. 1932.otherwise : : Court and "'a'jse a-..1 Y"l a'e reiquired FHOM flit: 2STII II iiHI. \
I time and effi.it t" s r\ thipeople .' M 11(1'II. It:::. .. \'1'1"1 Ash Your
loin:
the allegations of ti serve a of vir answer Doctor about the BENEFITS
Announcement( 01 Is it r hernwith made I the fount. v will be greatly appreciated. of m\' li-tinl and ,,"nIY to the ,i CompLimt u vvill be taken as confess said I or pleading copy to the complaint' )i la'IIII0.: ..' Ills IOMIMM'i of

that I am a candidate fur the offiiof .. .I Hespeclfullv! submit ted.p best IIMIII.setx of my i ii alillllv.<. and pledKlliK impdrtiiil. I CMIII dinsideration -- 1' ed by jou. | on the Plaintiff Attorney, T Frank I' % : IS IKK. .

Clerk of the fire-tut Court in the r> nnnnisuroit at all 11m..,.. Y..llr.h' i! Tim notice shall I... published i I Landrum Starke Florida and file)Ihe 1 Wnl'I, : : 1 !I\: HYPERCIN
ratio Primaries in May. .. one eah w".k for four ronsfcutive tweeks original in the office ,>f the nl f.r Lett' r-.f Vdmi'iisimi \ r
iVirxK
!I.
'and support ts ill deeply .
appreciateil '
SIne June. 1940 I have been employed I .. in eloi| tintf a crackei in the IVadford County TeleC! 'Iprk of the Circuit Court on or hpI I I[ he I i-t: II.' ..f: I It.: t i. l II t .

a* your School Finance Officer fat m..1' t" tln j j. mipmtant office IH. i graph. '] f.'re the 14th day of Aptil. 1therwise '-'. i, .I".,!I". dad, and \t' No Faster-Woiking Safe Pain Relief
of 16in Mii.iurr: Pat.il this 12th day of March is:;: ') the allegations of paid f -aid .,|- -
with the exrl'ptlm II. tlliiB.-rll > iiUUBN.: : itt i Known. Also for Acid
,.nthi military service In'orltt To the voter of Uradford (Conntv: --- j t MiFFlCIAL SKAL) A .1 Thom.iri. -. 'Complaint will be taken as confessed 1 t': tI Indigestion.
War II I am again offering mvoelf n" a i K of the 'irint Ctunt by you j, \\ r' "I"! Gas After-Eating Distreu.J .

I am ofiVrini* In excellent record candidate for Sheriff of Hradford FOIt COI'NT <'MMMI..'lll > rK 'Pv. :MviTU. r. IV.iv.i. I >. |iutv Cl..ik This notice shall he published I,

(If .i-atMl'lt .unl efficient performance County uhject to the TVmooratloPrimary. 111"111 11' ,,1n /H4t 4.4 once each week for four consecutive I'1 1I' It ,,11 !H'W Jhpeum TiMet: S' ,

of duty III this poahilon.A. May fi i\ 1 assure you voteand thatI I am a i.uididate t In I "'I..d nivclf weeks In the Bradford Couri'v: T.'le- ," ., P ': ,l-buiit. 1 cuplul vit St, r '
your l iMtrk the same degree of will deeplv appreciate your as C..unty C..inuijoinr, l 'is- .Noricn 10 Arrntn gra h. I i
active support and if electedwill Dat>d this 12th ii I"1.: .J i A ii DUlng"! hdUt < //i
".I'.I..n'.r! and altility will be pur- tiut Fixt. ii.nwn.1II1{ tin? Votinc I In Circuit Court. HmOfiird Cnnatr '' 1'I" t'a ; /it ;
render the |-ojile a ober and Precincts of Rr....ker (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. .1 Tl nuaa J Ji "
F'l.-il' in the administration of then and\ N'e\v Hiv '" |I'loriiln; In { Ins uirtry. I' I Aod-Irnl.ltt'd ..
any varIed and complex affairs of I I I honest administration of this most I I piomise. if ,....r-t..lI. t.. continue t" I I ilai v. II Davis Plaint Iff v Marian :i I Clerk of Ihp ri' ":' i rtBy I l'r"I\ !"

thoffice.. I Important. office Sincerely I work for the best u int.iest t nt' t !Ii. i I I'avi--' l fiiidant < .a. i. No. So :"J Myrtle T. Deaver D .'i. v ,.Tk ,;' ,,' 'it vv .:IK. Puts turn rontii'l < n ,,II
-T C. (Claxton) Crawfordrou istrict and of the Countx* a, axxhole i \lte Ta Appear.T'i i t. I II'In 1 I' \t 'i __.. Stoin.i
I will be flnrertly grateful for it- p.i.tii'f Di.tgno'itil) Ii l'i i, t
I Your xi"t. ami uppmt "illbe Mr*. Al.uian IMvi i .
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: I' vvhi ,
I se II. ,
an "upl"rlI'II.HI.fi I I'
vote
y ur HAP.DY. apprei, 'ItI..1. r..id"n" f and ad ln k I' I i- XH .Spiuie'I': Circuit Court. Ilrailfiinl <',,"lit,., I ,,' I Tht ii s ,iit \;< \ I' TI' i (I" l it! e M ''ii.u Ii it li*'gin* to ali, tI,
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-M. I'. HARP.KI.r Plai > ,I et ,-. 1 i\J, I". .. It intl.,
TI\: \ ..*i'oit: I > MinneapolisMinneMita.; l rJ.rl.la: In <'bai>rery.'lieatrne .' \ I.t. ..' its iiu'<1 ,1'II1..h ltuti. I\'LI!

r h. rE'annnun'p that I am a You are hereby notified that a suit ': ; p.urke. Pla.nnff.! : I s't, !'1 1I' ." I '. I.I I. nature .* kit d t tt' r t ; [1". t' i ,j''V to sottl.e .*nd hel Paul \ .itiol.. >

foil ('I.I:1I1i: I UK 11 r c'01 itr candi, ..ate' for the office of Tax Assessor Fine cii\sr\iu i: I' for 1'ivorciand. ; avvard of alimony : >. llurkf'. Defend int I Ii I I ." .' 1\ quidilyuImt inst.intl ly 11<'I\lJS h'o'I"u i disappe Jis, m
This ix to ann..unce to the people of Bradford County subjectto iHsimrT MM: to di f>'i
of liradfosd County. My 'an.lidaiy theDemocratic asrains you in the above nann-d Order Of PuliHmtlon \..itie r.plH'ftrl .. .. I .. I
for the office of the Clerk of the the will of the voters in I herebv anii'Xili'-1 m\ andld.u. t j Court and .. Make 1 .
Primary of May 4 fi I i IIIIM' and von annoiir! \ !tate f Florl.l.i To : ( This 7-DAY Home Test "i t
Cin-ua Court I believe for Constable. l 1..lrlo'l i I'ne, <'om-l i I'1 ,
that the
ed to seivc a copy of your answerpleading1 'h' ster 15urKi'. vh b i'1' ''S \ \ \ 1 _
edin-alion that I have had in the feel that my knowledge of and longeperlenee well prisms Votinp I I PreiitiMs ,.f l.a tey. or i to the: complaint} ;: I on the'' :'. 4.!'i I In 1ft- .\Vfiin., 111 ..., "i I YOU MUST BE SATISFIED with HYPCRCIN or ''' ( ,
l'uhlio.t..I"! ) of I"radford County In land matters N. !Starke andJ: rftaik.l I frt.1 1 that I
Plaintiff's Y"'i il l '
.tttiirn.y. the
T. n. !
Frank Lan : r-iiflr.| i i i'"r i- : "i.- manufacturer will' back
a-ul the "1'imerMtv IIf Florida i is fiiaif'| '< me for this position andI my t'XPPI'I"II' I in law ..ft 1.-rio lute'Itt pay your maney J
atni .
drum Stark Florida, and file the \pT..1 1 H l'I' ::. .11 > ,1 Mill! I 01 s |'1\1: \I\'IIU'I I ) \r.
.
11'i ". to t.iktcare of the affairs of thenitit .. promise fair and impartial serviceto well qiialifii s m. fi.i -li- |,.,,.it i,," original in tinolfue ot thc I'Io'rk"of '1..1.. ami i 111 -". \,1.1 : .. :
\1.1
I .h.ill do ,..... all if 1.'cted Tour vote and support Your vote and mi May. i. ,I :
inv bet t. -.1' h I 1... Mippi.il the Circuit Court on or bt fore the ": .hi] .1.1\'"i' ,>' 1' I'! : ,I, i>' ; \ ; ii,,' i It i AFTER-EATING PAINS, GAS HEARTBURN. ,
.11 greatly anpreclated
.I'"u In-fore 'h. u will bt 1I1."rl''iat..d. .
i i.i May GIll 21st day of ,. T .l.i.1 -' -h i
April 1952! ; .thl'rwi"e'hI' :; 'I'| i : ;I" I. i 1in : '; i i. M) "I..l r I
CHARLES -T, J. ALDEHMAX. -D. r. ri IIi. k ) THOMAS. ,, SOURNESS. MAY FADE AWAY AFTER VERY
A DARBY I ( allegations of said Complaint no
will be taken as confessed by you. \Vitnemv litn.l .ind) .if'i' < ''lit t I 1 I., ,.t' I :. ,t.i i II i FIRST HYPERCIN

I Foit ('11' "'\it\r. This notice shall I lie pubd-ned : ,.al .Statk". }'l.ruuia. this 1.11 1 Ii'iu I '! 1 I I'r r "' HI .1 I 11 i .

roit nl i MI Ji MM: in *.i iticr MM: i I once each week for four con '-utive I': I n;: i iM I ,"i i t" ndin-' w ,. ,l. rBi I
To Hit. Voters and mmin\ l111{ M l'IU"I"UIeIUII"I : weeks in the FFIC\L| SE t T.) A .1 Th.iins! :
I am asking for Itt'.eleut hun for I Bradford County Tele- t 1 !t .j I : Si' .u k. "i i ,
fi 'i.'iiill'i l IVadfurd County: Florida I: ; u It VI Il>\ Constable of Bradford. Count District i graph. 1 .\ 'I"I i\! .f' Ii.1 I',",H' .' .4n..1 I I 'I s \ '
I hl'r..Iv announce that I will b To the Voters of liradford: 1".lInl\" ) Dated By :Myrtle T. Doaver. Deputy Clerk TRI
e a No. 1. this 19th day of March. 1952. |1 v .1. I. T,.1.I IIIi '
.indicia.for re-eleitlon I in the I am a candidate for the orritof; I 'Cha U H.,, 2A4-OS ; .. .( ilypercill
com- I Ihank1\ for vmir vote, and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, \ u "arlII1Y: Lit-i N i 1..1'I-, : j "I g ,
ng Its-in"''latic Primary I to be held Supeiiur of. UrRistration. ouhj..ttn t L support. I I Clerk of the Circuit Court P.tnld' nc. .I I ,i.'ksi.nville, Flu ,I :\1 )1'i.,i. ... -i. : ;
in Mav of !!I";. and! that the IVmoi latuPrimaiits in M.i\. I Att.vP't' .
> your vote -.1. L. :-:11.1'1: IX. Constable By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk : 3 11 It 4 II l t ::1 i \' t '
I am per.-on.illy familiar with thtduties \
and .
Kiippntt j h.rbv -:neatly rE'1'I. 3/21 4t 4IlOllfC I I', ;" !r: '" ,
ii .. t'cl. tlMt if r'-.I..I.l the office of tinoff i u-e, having done :.1 i I 'Si .n: OF I\TK\TIO\ I I i .., '::01 .' -
ill I.e large part of thiuiiik. in s-ttmsr uithe ... 111-:1.1.1'1-:11: "' 'C.. -
w. run for the interest of theI rout ( .
iuntv and the |1..1'1. of the Coun- new 1i'I..m now in use whi<-his MM: 1' Tiie state Of riorlila :V..t-h.: } 'd.l v. itv--n t 'Lit Iii.t .- ,

i has .considered one of the most modern I I liinl-.' ', .1 I I'lil--, h.. I ,
as it in the past years inoe hereby .11111,11111. e 111\ tandida'X To: .sinmn J. Ti'nipli'. deceased I t i III iVsioiix| | "
\ .'u <.I'd..1 me County Judge., in the State ,MI I am ade<|iintelnualified \'. fur Constable of l 'istri. I "in, I IVadfnnl ;arah j. Ti inple. his wife if alive, ''.f 1 I in- :.. ., (I. .1 i.-'loriil. I

Yours trulv.n to keep it in excellent "ii- l'nuIIO'. i..iIlIrI..tug? vting pr>"- and against the unknown! heirs devistes A. t t- .f; ( u :'i i ,.. \- ith tl. KOCH! DRUG STORE
dition. .
. K. IniiUYMAX.roil .. cim. t.s 1 I. :2! alltl:1.: Twill appieciuteth Ii,'gatt-es or other claimants:' I l 1'1'1"r| ; I" :1'i 1 11,'1 '
If I
electtd will Rive he duti i. .
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\ote and support nt the .ii. ..1.10- under Sarah J. Temple if deceased 1
of I he office attention
mi personal ,
('Ol'.I1'ua. and will a\.tilalile at all times MILTON" I>. CAllTKl: :. I and aguin.st the unknown heirs. !j .
To The Citizens of BrottlC"r.11'"unIY devisees legatees or other claimants
Theote and of all
1 : support my FllltU''T'lIl.I under Simon J Temple: A. Hall, also 'I 0
friends are el meet i *nl'rit! xl.MAniAX .
I am candidate., for County 1Y mOSHYi nisTuicr: OM; I known as Angus Hall If alive.
Judge of IVaflf.inl County in the I I hereby announce mx- candidacx-, $ and if dead his unknown helrs.\

May Democratic Primary. I have for Constable of the First Justi.... devisees. legatees or other claimants 1

farmedorked as laboter. andxrvnl i inOIIKS< : or IIII'III'UUH | of the Peace P1st tiiit. cuiniirioniK 'h.. under him ; Avie Hall wife oil,I kt.,4. ,
our country In W 01'Id Var uirv .. A. Hall. also known as Angus 1U1I ..
voting precinct X I. l.uwti' No. -
I .'inia .'a n.1 Ida t.- fur the uffioe of a _
i if :alive I u and if 4 '
II. dead her s;
I am married and the father of unknown
2, North Starke and No -' ;;
I : :::. SouthStarke '
SuperxiMir. uf Kt-Kistratinii the 'I #- : """ "
two small children. As a youncr man b III heirsrltMxees.. legatees and otherclaimants : : ,.. '" ,----_
thi-uminK election ) .
who was born and raised on a Florl-: A" I haxe l,een in the I'ul.io"n'; ( I will appreciate. Ihe"t... and You will under take her.notice that Sallie .. :, ;. ..4"' iL1tI.1 '. ::: Wto. (11 '

di Farm. trained In our public Ire .seveial years in the paM i leo-l I |I support of the iitizitis (.f the Dis- M. '" ''' I f\ -- d,. ..1
f ,''tools and. the ('nl".r"II\ Florldi. that I am fully iialifid fur tln- rut and promisi if "I..tNl I.. p'-r- Cecile Hail.Hall F. R Hall. Ansus: n/.ill. I '\ \ r ( gC! lhe
I am familiar with the; prohlemn 'furiii' .. ,, Walker and Audrey \ '\ '.
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t/fU-e. I' II diitus f aitl off u > to thebe Hall (JeiEer, f1"" 1.. 1i.V. ./. .
own.of : h. ftsun .'"
of the people .\os a lawyer I am Ifl<>rti>il I can and will Sf'rn'11 ,t of mx ;11o'' 11v. pie title to the l\ :p-: ,- ...\
property lun-inaft; ...". _
fully for ...." v,
qualified the position ; .T. : ":
III efficient Jule) Kl'MCK. !Rr.orrirK '
an manner a the law set out in this .. : ...
Notice .- .
Tlect me and I will humMv proulew. as the .It. I .'>'i'.. : -... ---_"-. .
heirs at law of R E Hall decea-- ,
and gratefully serve you In a I want to thank for rut.- / ., _. .. .
you your E'd. have filed their of ..
lull
sworn .
f:lIr. courtei'iif. Impartial and effi- ., ,1 suuiii..rt| | "? \la"h;|| uhlrh I will; SUITLIES Complaint against and t1i
It rou, each ofy.tu
e..'fit mann.' 't.1'u,' ,,t.. .mil : lrJk"
t .
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t t unl i
ipin. id |Iir.nuI-' .1 wherein they ;, .
i|'piir' i nil ". 111 api1' ,'-. n l' .1 t.ll vltl,. vv II .1 I ,. ,i- ..01'.1! I : J I AT mi In IPIl'| their are ti' Ii'lot<1" th.V .s..I" ..1,_ .rJ\ ,. :,.., i'-.' '''.: _
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PENNIES. x .mis in a plai e ..I '.., i iso / ,w.Z' -

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li'iiidnd' (100) xanl- West

"I" .five (6,', ( x.. : ,1 i then-'t? "

Smith one hundred yaids iu]I > ,

Thence East sixtx five u d, '. x i .1.1to Come in and Test Drive"THE

a place of litRinninK' )

Containing >>:, an., .s : .' .'
Iwttc less.

And in the Rill "of '"to. p i iv I' *

\ I alleged that x.mr nun : .
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that there I is tin kn i .v I II pi
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( i pelsns in the State .
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i ''iir xirilten al'l'| ..1.111. .' a: tin.
.. ..t the 1'1.| t k "! t 111.' III. .

"'nit ..f Hradt i ..1 l i ,uit\ FI"II i.| ,

are all the REDDY CASH"you need .I 'i I.ty: .\piil I t !I' ._ :a nil i ''u .11'I

1 I.' r. utter. r"I...1: 'I,!it. serve a cop\ for the American Road !
'v mi an-" "<- t''er' ileienitniKs -,,

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HAPPIER I hose ,i.i.| I is -.I. OUT-PERFORMS THEM ALL!
for FLORIDA .
LIVING l k It'iilinnt, ; I III'' \ ::1.| .. Florid'! .
Choose. 101. ', ,
M.ni'txs f.r I 1'.1: ftlili.! ether me new hp hg ''ompreu. toe fnt<>nMileage
\* l.ru\I Iii.1 Here it !L" Uv cur vtt: b ijt'stn tti! ID i Iuiru.o tit. niiu .
.1 Inlaw. >try.Farsight .
and i I. tin,,,:n 'liatejy, fi-. Maker Sn with free.Pure''q overhead *u.'ei, or the

I n. ..risjinal of -ml, a'lsmi' or other d 110-hp high.compreiiion. 51ro10.')10' / 4, the moil powerful
ii.: tenses wilhn". f.! ik i ..f the Curl engine offered in a I low priced car.
.nt"l ( ','lIrl Florida in and Cr, I'.rutlf'i'Iiinty ment in the industry has made it possible for Ford to bring you an


,, JI"r..n. fail t "I. or a T... re.' 1', i all-new car for 1952 a car that is designed to do more things OUT-SIZES THEM ALL !
'nfees,, will b.
REDDYTO.USE''WR' ( enteieu ..! ain't x. ,.
.i failure to fU l your jpp> .ai.ui for more people: for less money than any other car ever built!
.1' fin failure The '52 Ford hat longer wheelbate. wider front tread and
to
WORK SAVERS / '.iir ansxier or other serve d.a.fense.s i.ipy of t'tile It's the ablest car on the American Road greater length It i big. ourud ard big. mudt, with ipociovtKotmg

rINA1.\ I'laintlffs' Rill ..r Complain' for ard the locker" HI tht .
v* 'a.g.,1 lyggage 10*
\ mil. t." immediat-lx- thereafter (it.- For this' new Ford leads the industry with choIce of V-8 or
field. II. a big fam.l car
.*n amazingly cheap for > fimilv of 'hr uriKinal copy of your ana f Six both packed with with the Full-Circle price f
j "r defenses with the Clerk of new power Visibility
th-
4 in I.)[rICa l Flood!i clcuchomc: I ,
/ circuit I'uurt in and for liradtord with smoother riding corner-hugging Automatic Ride Control
H- county. Florida. OUT-RIDES THEM ALL !

COOKINGAa 2 The Bradford County Telegraph with the new weather-sealed comfort and Safety of Ford

i newspaper of general circulation Y*>, 1111. '52 Ford ovt,nde< elt omen in the low-price hldL!
elccirif riage ...ill cool. irrili! lottcst n Bradford County, Florida is here-I Coachcraft Bodies and with new convenience features like ,New diagonally mounted shock obtorberi new lower center

ibis U fffmfrr mtl! ( .!li M which designated this notice as the will be new&paper., publish-i! Center-Fill gl..i fillingA4 ." of gravity 3ondtonger\ rear Ipr t1gs. and new front .ipring

ed. once each week fur four con- (toiVxed to each model weight; ) lei YON lot curve O4

DISHWASHINGA I -utive weeks. .&/f the wiaeti rang ofnofanVs' ness the level. blimps without bounurglr

WITNESS my hand and seal of the ,
1I\.w.la di.Luokr oprriict Sot -aid Court this 12th day of March

k.a Ib.a c.crel; i ..........l.*l Jot i .\.D. 1952i .
'OFFICIAL SEAL A. J Thomas.
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Clerk of Said Circuit Court
I 1'v: Myrtle T Deaxer I >eputy Clerk

.s, rUEirs. c.irmuhael 9
Pates
and
IRONER Yes..Reddy Kilowatt's pay is a"pennies" F"rid.t I 1..!iwrxP .1 lux 1:1: ;. Uall "\ ill.! .

Putting ironing oa > baA.n>! "
nj Ait"! n- < f"r II Ii., Pi. r.
ti d.>....." b..iif cats aSoui 25c a proposition. Just divide his tin':t 4 -I" 4 ( Take a Test Drive'af & -*

moitth..juu; ocr ....t: j.r tin -

mkli.. inn*;' bill 30 :\0 flCI. TO .%rntn
by days..and by all! the jobs In Cirrnlt (Court llrndfurd (onntT.

I'lnriilni' -, In Chanrer.T.i FORD DEALER'Sf It's built ( keeps !
Blizzard of
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...aaiseoadauhehisr. :NomonJcr does. You'll see that a penny iPaul Blumbrrg Pluml.ers D. '. nit:I'.r..tt : your

folks>> m florijj butc1c..crisyIhaaiamostothcrrIaei mart .
t'.i-" N '. ; ..>
still of N 4te. Tin .\npenr.
buys aof Sunshine Service !
T. .,., ,. .., ,.. ,
u i aioJna...a > tfap in the ) Paul Blumberg r< M t. whoseidmie I f ,." 'r. .. e -t .J ,,.tFD '",, _.
and addres, I. : r !S S Cat. A..r. a.ce...,,__' ifili .. '-0 J'._ ..""' ... >o' bijjru bi-jua in the t.miS buJn'; ;in 5 \aLlr.l.. Philadelphia i.

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a "I'|n

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY { jQ3 f'm 3's.. ;i ... wading lntlfC-\"r t.. it!.--

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
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]Hampton Baptist At The TabernacleThe I

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Resident and visitor alike h.t\e weekend of Apni 11 i ]1': i
0 !i cordial welcome awaiting thfir.in will b. given over to the lft( '.
all services of our church, be mxeisary observance ot 'hi.
I diming with Bible School at 1Ca sion Hall and Tabernai, le '.v
m. Capable teachers invite you and the Easter season There
"I regardless of age to be present in be a special speaker Friday I Y
QTARLINGQRights
I mtof the many classes held in April 11 in connection ui'h
Methodist ChurchPalm Church of God8th he new educational building. anniversary sen'fee. On ,
I Last: Sunday morning in the 11 night the children will present ,
St. Clair Sta.
Sunday will be observed' & 'clock hour we had 11 visitor special program, and ''n Ea-
School If am.
in the First Methodist Church : Sunday )resent. We would enjoy very; Sunday there will be appropi';
11
Sunday, April 6, at the 11 o'clock Sunday Sunday Evening Morning Service Worship 7-30: a.m p,m much having you with us in this music and messages. !
church service. The reception of .ervice Sunday.The will be observed Sunday m"-
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.mi
and the baptism of 6, 11 o'clock \'...-'-,
new members i Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m Pastor, Rev. Bob Gray, is tobe April at Reserved
infants will take place during the I one of two main speakers on hour. Call & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla.
service. Uniting with the church!, served on :Maundy: Thursday the two-day program of the, VISitors are weh un,
will be a class of children from!I April 10 at 7:30 in memory of the Florida Baptist Pre-Miller.ial fellowship service These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., April 4 and 5
the preparatory training class conducted I Last Supper that Jesus had with which is to be held in
by Rev. T. G. Mitchel! I I his disciples before he was be Jacksonville April 3t. Head Christian ChurchThe
during the past six weeks. The I I trayed. quaiters for the conferencewill!
of the sermon will be "The Church. Swifts or Armours PICNIC Nice and Tender
subject i
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I Easter Sunday morning specialmu'ic be the Springfield Baptist friendly <
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Triumphal EatrY". I by all, and Mayor Burns is to make the heart of town extend- i
furnished
be
will
Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Mr. :I official welcoming address. to all to worship at al'!
Mitchell will conduct a series of three choirs of the Methodist' that Bible School begins ,r l l''
We are proud of the fact
sermons on the "I't rsonalilleg of, Church. Easter Sunday evening The lord's Supper i.s C
the Passion" preaching on the subject ''the Senior Choir will present its I we have the largest Training 11:1: ;> a in\ M :...Ig i I"" 5
of "The Roman Centurian at Union of any church in our Association .
Easter Cantata at 8 11:30:
I traditional
1 the Cross". according to average attendance
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Evening services bCL1;: !i ,
Lord's will be ob- p.m. That means that 51
The Supper figure .
with Christian Endtal; "l- IIAM
there is an opportunity availablelor lb.
, gelistic services at 7 ii'' _
to train in the Word ofGOII ,
you hi
Every one is Urged to ;<
if you will meet with us on eachtin < ;
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m, at Prayer 7:30: meeting p.m Bring \"II K+
Bible prophecy .
Adults are studying The study will be II I'm i
--------------- and advise that you piepart
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Rev Lewis I). Haines Pastor! by studying the 22nd chapter ol homer s\\indtll :N1HVMPTOX

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town ,' the book of Numbers. In the the evening ',_,_ __ ._, ,. ',,_ '--,_:'_.: :'_c __= : : .::"c- -. ,
hour pastorwill
evangelistic :
PHONES: Office 231 t Pastorium StO' ,.,. the subject. "Mad+ '
on
speak rilKlvmX CHI Kl II.lohn
MNMNN" -N : Dixie
N/NrI1 NIN NN---NNN Whole or Patched?" Join the rhililress Minister: Lily bo/t.ctn./
:Morning "Crouned or Crucified" GRAPETTE 6 1 19CI
crowd coming to our service Bible School 10 a.l11. M-i Lbs.
EveningVorlds in Collision" I and uiie a blessing that yoi worship 11. ('. Y. F. 7 p n. F' + GRITS 5 42C Plus De P.
,. ,. forget Nursery i is
N---- N NNI1-NN I-I will not soon gelistic services 8 pm''l'i
-"Sy'SEIOIOXS 11:00: .\.M., 7:30 P.M.: open at all services: plenty 01tnf metingach Wednesd(ll\+ .' } ,I -- --

Sunday School 9.1;) A.M.: Training Unions 6:15 P.M.: parking available. at 8. Crisp I Quick Frozen
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MID-WEEK SERVICE WEn ESD.\. 7:30:: P.M.: Attendance has be1 1 r '!
St. Mark's Episcopal the revival meeting \\ 'alt i, Pak Lb.
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR come to a close this Sato' 01 I.' WAX PAPER 19C CHICKEN BACKS 27C
11i .,. -' '., ti :'JO: p in. Friday Aprilt ning. We are happy t-> 'i 11,\ ,. ;'
Parish Ilouse. .
Paiish i Supper in t:
the inspiring messago'u
7 :10: p m Friday April 4- Strickland has brought t"s ...;._ ': -.$::':: :, :: :- :.i,'; : -",:? ',;", '- Y .
Lit-ui\ and Intercessions followed feel that
Soul StirringREVIVAL w Ty study of the Hymnal. revived.

u'M2t 9!I'I-\:> a.m:Minilay Sunday, April School.5 All'ening servir'. -' Large ( C PRINCE c
set up a half hour \\ > I
11:00. a.m. Holy Communion .
to come worship Wit i i
s !Ilrv Feuder'sonson, officiation.
7-30: pm.Singing of the "Cru Testament way.

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March 30 Andn '\ -
Sunday, Cllm"TI.\X ('Ilt'It11Thursday Rev. Barney ,- ,
ist will begin a w e< I K '
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Continuing : evening at 7 30 p.m services at the Brook.' I i-: .

,_ I'hurrh night at the Theress.hin .'I Chinch this Sundavtl ( EACH
Through April 9'e. < ill Even Cln" ;i- ui,-d in.' htor i.nmii+ : April \r.S ," 2For'r
.,. > -, t ir, ,i nil d, 1'I\ I I- 'I\1"i I '. ,\ UI! I" LLLJJ .
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PKE-MILLENMAL: .- FUNDAMENTAL: MadeVhole or Patched


JOHNSTOWN BAPTIST CHURCHThree Hear This Message: from the Uihle
Sunday Nile At S o'clockFIRST } 23c.
Miles from Lake Butler on Macclenny Highway n.'T
CHURCH Hampton
BAPTIST
I REV.). A. GREEK:, Pastor ,
BOB GRAY, Pastor
Messages that stir your Soul Every Evening 7:W:
Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible School Hi I I) V,
CHRIST CENTERED SALVATION BY BLOOD H. T. t'. at 7:00: P.M. EMHl 'T."" LIl. /.9('


Special Music and Singing "For the hot in preaching. Bible teaching, "(' c"c" ---',- ._ '. ',' .- J-_. ', --..' :::".1:::'. .,'. ..,- --:' : .Wi'! \ jy -:; --4'i
TONY GONZALEZ at the Piano nOX'TlISS: spirited !singing and real Christian fellowship:
A SERVICE all the services of our Church.. I II Regular Size String I Armour 16 Oz.
FRED HAISLOP, Song Leader ,.. I'
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Yes-drive it )'oursetrRanlle>ou can hate spectacular at i. Tender
1 >tui'll see "h>' so nun, ation and power-more than C
Q' need. And when \
many people are saint; probably e\er
that the new 1952 Dualin Cruising Ranfie-rollinft along Lean Pork
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,"{f A--... Range Pontiac is the most open road so smoothly, silenth
: amazing-and the most economical! )ou almost feel \
t: ,.'rt4Ij' ; --L' :.f' thrilling performer the coasting! .\'ol Much none
\.. 'ea e>er dro e! Come in todadrie a wonderful I
At the wheel of a new Pontiac you hale Dual-Ranee Pontiac >ourself It i
two t'ntirclydifferenttpesof ""rformtainl spectacular new proof that Ln.
ONLY PONTIAC ance under finger-tip control. In Iramc JUT dollar you can't beat.a. '
GIVES YOU THIS DUAL-RANGE

COMBINATION 1MU.LAII FOIl nOI.I1l'UI- A.N'T: HEAT: .\ t. '- -:--_-,- -', n-._ '--- '..___ --- -- .- ;.... -_._<.: :-.-:_- '_ ; .-: .: ', ___. -.. ,,:. -_' T ::

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2. New Dual-Range Hydra-Mtrtic Drive* ,,, I scIIScolr .,I TOM'ATOES V2 C
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VAOK Tl1'FiiECONNER. BRADFORD{ COrVTT TELEC.RAIMI. STARKE. FLORID

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CITES ', report on my record while serving leading part in the fight for bet-tr gathering: Riffs before they attack '

you in Florida's law making body education.. My close contact v'ith the fortress city of Tarfa. Family Tru'ir. j"'n \"I "I'.J I'd Court, and.. .utse\ ,and you are reIqun'rd | I l.t- taken a "' fised l.> x
<,* T. Appear* to n':1 ptn( your answer This: noel- -hall 1 lie" ,
LEGISLATIVERECORD There were many important issues the schools of Bradforu Counts He and his men swoop down ona At \\
which came before the 19ol and the State of Florida made it Riff encampment and boldly !,-" is rnknoxvn 'm the Pla"If'I'n.; : .',"'. Ka>' Si-l.1II. N ..eks HI thulford!: Co I' ti

session of the Legislature.: It was possible for me to be well informed kidnap a beautiful princess in a The family af for arr.hereby Divorce ha.notified" hewn that filed a it Re,..h. Leiden Floti.l.i.\ .ind nnildiiiK.file the I\txtona oiiffinal. graph.Dated th'i -t .1.y ..f \i,

always my intent and purpose tc of education. The record ; alM': coup meant imply as a diversionary \V. Andrew, !i !' you in the ab.ne named in the off"'e of the \leek of the. ,lOKFICI. >zi:1f.l! : ) A ,I
Several months ago I announcedmy and cause and you are re Onuit Co-lit "ii ..r .10.f.., .. tlt, fiih' ,ck: \ r the t'tn'.
weigh these important issues and reveal that I actively! supportedand effort but which family picnic il.ix ..f :Max. !1- .
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for re-election tc'I' develops : to serve a ("IDo( your an .th'i-: tli. I'x Mx't'e t I T 1-.X.1 IVp I
candidacy i in Me final analysis cast my vote voted for legislation which into real trouble for Lancasterand 1'in the yards of or pleading* to the complaint 'tllt'.I\I. ,.f [ d\ I'.n.p| II'1;I I1,1rllAAa II.I

the State Legislature. I feel that ] for the better interest of tht peo- aided the welfare 1'P. D. Reddish the Plaintiff Attorney. Joseph .
public p: gram his troopers. Jody Lawrence ] Skipprr, ;C.'l 1 i.rin.im: Building. aaaUAaAU/.j..AAA..A A AAA A A A LA A ALA AAAA
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the people of Bradford County are \! pie of Bradford County. My particular and gave the aged in extu plays the ft'ry! desert princess.'SampsonDelilah I Street. .| '. ::, F!..rida and file the
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entitled to a true and accurate interest was in the 'itIda of 54.000,000. the in( the offu-e of the Clerk.
rlr"UIlOlll'
Enjoying the :| on "r hl'f.>r.
agriculture, education public! \\ei- Bradford :ith d.iy ..f 11ay 11)'h. srmsr.MMKi. : :
has
County a nw.io.vof
and Mrs.
Ill.-!" ..itl"lItlttl..il- 1..1 .'"r-
fare. public highway, the Slate new paved highways. It was : N III he t..k,,t ,. .... . 01
Madam RitaPALMIST Prison at Raiford and Flor.das, my pleasure to work wth tb, Famed Bible Story family Mr. and '' Y".I I

Andrews Mr. nnth,-r shaft be publish
The foiefcoing
vast tourist tiadv' Board of County ComniiEon: : of concern to the Wiggins and Rev. .k.n .
items are m-ijOr and our Senator in securing bet'e: : 'he Bra'f: d v' \ T..I DRESS SALE

people of Brarti jru County ants I roads for Bradford County. St": great Ce(.il B DeMille pro Parrish all of '.ph..'. t)1) !, II: td.tt .'t( 1L.: \ .' I" ',:
was happy to downy part tj promote eral roads Rosa Pmholster 'I il. SE\I.: 1 I 1'1. m.I'.
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are included in the
See ThisWONDERFUL I duction of "Sampson and Delilah". and Mrs. Joe ."'!"I'k "r .It. ru! t OlIn
their development.lu .. ..
WOMAN budget for this year. )1' T. D"aDfI.I ... \ ..rk
the field of Agriculture I starring Hedy LaMarr and Victor dren. Mr. and 4 i. I ;'.

She Mill help you in all matter* and voted for legislation The State Prison at Raifoid; is Mr and Mrs
will
sponsored Mature for
open Sunday athrt'eday
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such as i.O1 E-dl'SI\ISS-; which would provide a paitiul:: of major concern to the pe ply; of Mr. and Mrs. ("r..nlt (''oart 8.1..1 I.o.ab r
Bradford County. The t'mpi.yt'c!' run at the Park Theatre ,',,: I" tttrerr. I (0\ E: LOT r
SICKXKSS: .MAKKIAGK fuel
refund of the road tax i-u : Jacksonville. Mr. ..
\\'nz'I. Pr.
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work long hours and uncle: Acclaimed as one of the I-
are greatest ,. .
and all affairs of LIFE. used in farm implement The Reddish of J I. 1t'rnz i.
manner paid. Thi> situation certainly: motion pictures ever filmed, and Mr-- ,,-.: .Ml SiisLadies ''ir
SPECIAL OFFER UXTIL bill was drawn up in a Guy .... "
should b ToJlI" "
.1l'R.13; HALF MUCK: which would make abuse.* almost corrected. We were the great Biblical drama has a Tommy. Mr. and ., i,; ...rr- ." Dreams
successful in obtainingappl"' .. : ,1. .. ,
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By bringing: this ad with you. impossible. I supported I 'gi.?la. tions of 250000.00 strong supporting cast including and Sheriff and 1 .

She has helped many u hy not tion pertaining to seed and feitili- fund at Raiford which ror eventuallywill .1 I tru'-t George SanderAngela Lansburyand dish all of

you? zer law- which benefits 1 thi the Henry Wilcoxon. 'III'HI: III' I
save taxpayers of Florida
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t\'hit* and Colored Welcome farmers The growing livestock: thousands of dollars. Filmed in lavish Technicolor IUj..tI:1C: : : ri( : I i 98 .
of Florida was one of try Notice i- h..ro't. -
LowitM just north of City industry The tourist the story presents the memorablescenes umlt-ryigneil. under I i ,J
major concerns also. industry a majoi riuipur\ 2iit"! ,: >:;; i >
Limits on Highway 301 reveals that i t> ..>;ii a enterprise in Starke and Bri'itord of Sampson fighting a lion Acttf 1H1! will t I l
The record bare-handed: Sampson armed with 'lirk of the 1'Ir1 : I If. I wffi /
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County. supported legislation! "r I'-ruilfnnl: ,'..lInl I <
only the jawbone of defeating
an ass.
intended to promote the tourist l.i. upon n-i > ipt of | I !$,v
an entire troop of Phili.- tiara of tin- n.itnc .
industry of Florida. I vvill ,:Ic naimof \ \ i
tines: anti the startling climax of which we art '- :
STARKE (UPHOLSTERYNOW everything in my power to preventa
at IU ?. TTiC- "
the i
Sampson destroying
pagan .
Beef Stc\\ ?
Turnpike from .Mi-Kinlt,
being buijl on .v mil 1 I: :
Florida East Coast. temple and his enemies ...iwtnrIn!: :l' It:..t ; ; I
: Sucn
a pro )Ire Fla Yes
main I
OPEN FOR BUSINESS Jcl would drastically deer l"s.the 11.u..I tni- nth l
,
traffic Recent Birth 1 I"I.: I.. :, \ the best!
__ '_ 1 ______________" ,,_____ through Starke. and nun'i ,, Florida very ;
seriously affect the busim-aoi.-. *
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LET US BEAUTIFY YOlIl HOME our City. The proposed Turn',ik. Mr. :> -' Mrs Eddie Hartman Minn: or -"' : : Honc It really 151! 1

REUPIIOLSTEKY and REFINISH would cost the tax payers oi Flo'.- announce the arrival of a (laughter I .\ special: .. .... I But then ->o are all t.

YOUR FURNITURE ., ida literally millions of dollars Debbie Been on March' 27 i I i held May in 6, I''iat Bradford;; (' Lykos canned meat .: ;

,.. I am ,; ut the same )" !
---- -- ---- grateful for this .
opportunity 1!the I same man:+g" products corned !
TO TIIK: PKOPLK; : Coy One Of These Ilargains tot
Large; Selection of Materials to Choose From to review my record and tc : the first regular
express views (II' itu.xDroiii ('()t'\'rl' i i nary hereafter in beef hash I I
CASH OR TERMS FREE ESTIMATES | my on matters 01 i on the iiie-tion of 1

'1, vital concern to every citizen cf ai-iuisitioii 1 ur ,. Brunswick stew 1I
--------- -- Please accept my Miicere thanks ..
lion and naint EASTER
Owned and Operated by Bradford County. for the honor you have given min e hospital fi beef tripe chili j
Sincerely 'ida under ( "liapter :
your friend.Do'le allowing me to have the Democratic j l.i-Ki-latnr of i:>: Vienna sausages
T. NEWSOME W. McCORD
O. C. E.
-- ConnerRepresentative nomination for School ; nn nl toaid! !' ,
; all f'
0 em are ;
I..f
the rare track tops
106 Washington St. P. O. Box 101 (1 1 Board member District 5, without SMi.niin on allnca : in I I

Starke, Fla. Bradford County. I opposition. I promise you to dc county under. (' quality and taste- ':
i I I
I Statute-. All duly goodness. And
i my best to deserve this privilegeIf I lejfardless of "arl i s they'reeconomical

Burt LancasterIn it is possible I wish and intendto \'otttherein.. too!
I This :1 i day of ;
] be at each of the politica! THK: I\li.\I:11 at all better dealers BARKSDALE'SDEPARTMENT
Always :Movies Foreign Legion I MISSlliVKKS: q :,
rallies to personally thank you i (1"I\tTY:; -' ,'
A Good IDPL R !( Are Better Film At Florida but due to this being the rush season I', 1\)1": I Ilu'r. || LYKFS BROS Inc.

r H C AT the railroad I not beablr ,,
Show at Than on may J : 1.17.1
[ STAPKEFLA. Burt Lancaster, as a soldiri of to make all of the rallies. 'Olin: '
The Park Eter 1'11 .1 I .. I
fortune
in the
French Foreign Siiiceidv
.Hroth'r- I-'lIrrl lur. ,
FRIDAY APRIL 4 ONE DAY ONLYTUCSON" Legion star in "Ten Tall :Men"I Thornton! John-)! I I tanoo .i. T..nnesn., STORE
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I TAK1NuTICK.: ( I I '
I I exciting desert drama showing at 'hllr h. tll.(t on I l
the Florida Theatre this i, Hr.." n ll.n.l. !. i
liST AGE. TO i and Sunday C. T. U. i'divorie against i Starko. I ri.t.i .
Monday
Court of the Fifth I 'IFlorida t
Topping 120 )'earof:: Legion in a ml for i I
In TechnicolorTwo Florida in ,' t
!legend, the story tells how Lancaster KKTTKi: ; .\ LOOM UllhKL: I suit i" entitled 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTin '
I __. .u '
Cartoons and Serial
as A hard-bitten sergeant 'IIIA.N: A TIGHT UKIVKIi.: I uurgu '!:. -__ __ z .. ".. -...
1 butgh. I Ii. 'i. nilan'' I II
leada small band <111'i desperate (Till: VOICK.: ) |I xx IIH h -.url vuit! is : I

SATURDAY APRIL 5 1 Tin--i .u'. thr.-f t i 1 '
ONE DAY ONLY
men into the desert:: to stop th l i.i fill\ .in .ippt'iir I F:

in -u h pun.i..- \-: !
"THE -lenril I'L| 'rk ..r ., t
DALTON GANG"With FOR SALE i i xx h,,-,- .i.Mr- -- I I I I
.II ..I. I I., fI. .. th| :
I I'1".,' i.I I-.. tin- no.I ." I FARMERS PRODUCE & L LOF LIVESTOCK MKTI
Don Harry I Ifiit-il I in -.1; I'f.l, | !
Mixoi.t. xx ,ill In- i .,
CARTOON and SPORTS Pure Florida Cane I ..
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Syrup |U rr i'l In t'aif.' I I |1 I
...1, .,..?.'I".-I you 1

FOUR SHOWS ON THE STAGE Excellent QualityREASONABLY 1 |-inl 1.1..1\\' IT\I'C.: -111'1.::55.\ |p.lrtt OIl m\ :I I.-:'Telel'iion'd, I, ] I GAINESVILLE

; this th.- :"I:I ,I."- ..i f !
I |.-Fri| .M. SI-.\ I
PRICED Wishes To Announce The
DON (RED) BARRY Clerk I:trail; of ford thi C" i i i Appointment

1 Ui lion X \\':tllo"I

And His HOLLYWOOD SHOW SANTA FE STOCK FARM 1 11"\ "', South Kit.-S I I...rand"" 41F

,
I l'il.ttki.: Kit.villa:
i Starke. Fla. \ 1'I.t I..i :
NO ADVANCE IN PRICE '
MR. E. E. MillSTO
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SUN., MON., TUES. APR. 6. 7. 8 ... .... ....,... < rr.I ... -. ,- In Circuit (Mirt.
The Park I'm" '''' ; ":iPt.t'; ::- .4. > > :,-.:. : ; I'liirlilii : In (' I I
Presents With Pridel..history's I I Ii, I
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@I11 lnram! |
) i\1ID j! ftn@\\
1. 1.\1'I '"i. 11. f. ,ml: I SUPERVISE SALES ON LIVESTOCK
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oiler Toppenr. I 1 1'I" i ii
i I.1 )M. I.. \ | |

w I'I'1'l .\l$.:'I'M I V I I 1"1' I I I \i.i I \ I'' i lt(, N \ i I II I' ." \ d, m. .. .- '. ;j iin lr. Mills l brings, with him :'M Yl'arIf: experience
'I. 'I I I|> I I'! I I "I' I II T i ''' '11. M ,--.1'
.' .. .., .. I 'I I \. ,, Y.HI .11 .' h. I.-I li\ I
I :; f h." d l lmi. I ILtn.i handling Livestock and hopes} to see and he
t"" .I I : I \I 111)1 "I I i' I I j I 1,1', I 'iXi'l. I .111.1 I | I I
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.1. 1 I "" I "II..I.f Minor I I < able to serve the Stock Owners of Bradford
I IFOIJ L': -.M.K: 1',1..1. l G..d. -.1. K- .\ d .atf.un-t \--i 1 I I ,
I 1:1x1'1lnn Inr. i |I.en .ip.ut. 11,'11. lit. ::: lli.v 54-K. lliK, >h:11I1. \\.,' C t. 't.l j . i County.
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menu, rl.! In. d .irable: .\I IiMimll > I. halfi.i. littvxet-n SI.. k aii'< 1 1'1 .'. t..1 ..I
l..l\\It. -x' i '
coti.it Applv Mi1' l.mxin |11 | I.I
ll I .t.I I'l.',
at mu'k.t'Mr MiNull:
.r
3 't I I man !'ill 11'11adl..n St.tt h.. If 'KOll KKXTFi:: \'r room h.ii- \.11 r, T'x-.in'< Bring your Livestock to Farmers Produce & Livestock Market
_
e. linlit- \\alti .u'd li.itli In toui'. i l\ II i"i I r.ii: i 1
1 most beautiful and I'hnni. !!:. ".iix ill. )PI 1 .1 i ', 1 I
I| ATTU.XrTIVK: n.-xvlv d nn> 0'1' furnished HI ii ..
treacherous ,iin 111".1 f>.r rent <;radv .il in 'h-, '. .. .. i ii"i and we feel 1 sure you will be glad you did.
woman Aparlmt'nts ..i,. I'l.nk Sir.".t Sin I'rf' : KK\T Kiroom h"ual,1, ,! i mt i .TIII..I' I' \
as portrayed by per mmitli .\ .1 Thomas, Jr. li.itli unfiiiiii-lit-il on Ka-t I ImliSt. ll.lX nl' :Mix, I 1"l ,
Hedy Aepnt tr l t"I': 'k- Fruit St.mil. with i 1"\\ 11I"'I'1' I .f I I ']
t, r Lamarr pant lob. $::', 'pimo| S.\: .. t k \lie lah'I n a:1" DO YOUR BEST TO HAVE SOME LIVESTOCK HERE
This
notice )
\oi >i 11: ir: at flint stand on loth -\1. I Up :
t." once earn week
WILL1:1.1.: I. i o. liiKl-! It IIhl.-I' .n<'
'F i 'I i: .\I.K: J weeks in the }
t\vo->tory house on Highway :.101: >. -- r-''y-iroun SwissiniiU
just north St.iik.. ,,1\ hunts .MuM ..\\ MrI ltnbit! :! hold.I | I K.-\ E aph.liateil.
)>.. niovt-il tii.iu I"| if--nt loiiitioii Mom Height.-' _. ItpKolt tin.id:: [ I FRIDAY -- APRIL 4
Contact J K: 11aU..11. l..iwti-v. (OFFICIAL SK.,! ,
..: 2s 21i 1 SAI.K-Onttwo Nh.',.\led 1 Clerk of ( ,iPy
I Ti.iiln and Wilhmotor T I. Myrtle T !

t Ii I \1\11 i : 111:11: \\ vvi 1:11: I'.i-i'X. I inil-- north ..n J.I |k""H- I IOTln ..... -d
vill- '1.
Road
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f.irmor in I ITailit.nl i I Count :\ : ........ .... ... ALAA..aAAA.a..W1..e.A.A.A.AAAA..
"'","t.'rflll "|"|, i I MI a day. N.. \p.-i'i,'n, .-.I., - it-imrr .1.xF:55i',111't\1' l p. iii A.KHMIUII. \\ :"hlll'I'1 '. Ids !;"-,'m.itx i ;li 1>'. )
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"i M.iv f.; )I'd l'.l Ailx.i 1 ...r.rr..y..yaryMATTRESSES :
YOU :ate her.-lx t :
I "I; I KKXT: -.< 'f xx ill sell on east -.i'r' f.>r dt\ }JLilill >p.
I I. un nt- foil: i..i-i hull--' ..MM'Mir. rJ..1! ag.rn-t: XL') \ i'II '
4 .' ,uif- $1)...I I LI ml JU-M ..MI' .,' OF1.1.. KINDS: ,C.iint and <'\'I [FW >

: <\\ ix--1 limit-M.idfon\\. Starkt-II :Ni.litn.iii. J'i 'it I uIN01: TEn I) c quirid or to pleadint-serve i ,ixxtr f \ r I r! p.p.

on the Plaintif' p.I
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t I.:nil'1 [KENT-Two :!-ro"m flil'a.-II\! \ f: .... T. Franc and : ( :
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CedI 11 .ii>,tinent-*-. romforl.il', 1..1.i I- .' -;" \n" Law .".. : : \ I "
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26/I/ /
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iJI/(1oc9'ce \ tie space heater. elrrlri i' T n I ul.iiw snm ille. Florida .
\ pnr.-h. and l.iwn Sin" t1'1 V 27tt al in the f.ff-e (- ,
'.111 :St liridk'E Staik. It.,. i I' r i '..in ; ..n t I : I'' ) .
'. ''I! It 1..1..1 road 1't 1111.It" /!I. t FI'UXITtTUE I il I.ix' ..f M.ix I Colonial Florist > > p.
mse with SIKII at Rate :11'" the all-! pit ions c/v p.
I'.Irl XVxii'i I BrookslJe At'- tf KciiphoNterrd and will he taken a* r;
This notice '
amsotft t\,HB !SKXVIXG' Machine f",:. Kefinished one each week Cut FlowersCorsages ) n.'. I; \.' --
|>.inv. lake City. Fla.. Ph-me .
HASTINGS; 'L\TTRE
will repair your machm .a t'l1' S CO. graph : ff\ i .
I.." condition. rea>on.il'l'Wr Kov 330 Palatka Fla I":itd tin- ';.nl : p.
\
'!-,. only genuine Sins parts (OF I 'I 1 1f.. [ Dish Gardens and Novelties .
:' _-p. p.
will nn-k, and ,
nnr rt i. icar uj UILIAAAA1WALlAWW. Clerk Af If
il'-lmry: ..,-i\i>.r upon ruiuest. lIu..ln.... O|>| ortunities 70 Rv Jtx'tl-I .. }
New Singer machin ar- a'.al-: Blooming Potted Plants .
Delilah .. k
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a hl. on r -.i"oiiil t rm-
EXCELLENT .
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Fill: "11 111 I ,: m')11:J.T- \'DID: itrui.- In rlrruit ( curb -
-I!.><> 1lIgT.I\,1 \VcJdiiR, Itu.t.i- SPARE TIME INCOME Plnrldn: In f.".. p.
I tan: on fin. rac-oont' pap t. :<1..n'T 1 I 1'1 .
Coh by fJ dl1licJ' ., h- $1''. "l'. nradfn ,l"unl' I.MJfJK nationally, kn..Nn.inpanv
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t3t Telegraph tf with \ t j."in.
H'Aa/erer the sentiment wish at
to
d..tl..r r>-]>intint uui Our Staff you express p.
TwoTheatreVorld Premiere rivEi.': : r: \S 1:1F1HEIL\1't\n: 'hrv two to four tnlli'. .r. .1..1. p.
Engagement starts :at tar a "ear indutr h. .
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NY.TunM&iiun PARAMOUNT RIVDLI I WED.. DEC. 21st .:">\. to till-"! '1 1''Hi",T .tinn'"]Ltdisi.( Y- ..i'"i'It :\.,.. nirninK local in! party this .ir-I'.. "....1!l.inOiablf I-. \ Easter time, ice have the right flowers to say .

B'atrd37tSL; r! our merehando.n.. -filing :;- p.
) to ruutf of l..ral .1. TO .
. KADIOS KEPAIRED o'lintfor a prnnt.iRt. ..f what you're thinking :
Also .\tl >l"kr. \ll\ rya.lel'ttra.Pnahtr the ciille.'tion> \','r> K..I| l : ( .
XEWSand C.1RTOOXWEn. ...."r..... ':lInrantf'f',1 income tu -tart and
('H \*. C'. Miiriir.ii: > through companx 's fman. /uilrt.istane ]Br I p.-
Tnt; "-. i. "Inrte I.... 2:t 9 will raplj'hrlld I -
.. Tlll'ltPHlI.! DOl'ULE FEATURE up to lucrative., full-I 111\.- -
'I.\IT .' !J' 'I|1'\' i.ui.11.-] \ ..i"" 1 1'\ hustnrQS. Qualifi-d appi.; \\pr
t... 'I h.i >-.,!1. v .. ink i h \\ .1! 1'.1', Nth >par.- I''"'- axail- : PHONE 218 t tl
SUMMER STOCK"Starrin 11.,11\ .I i I'I !.\tk.t .. Th.' al-1. rar A-l rf>-rnc.-- We Can .\ f f.
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dayFlit r and 1t1 working "a-t. ta|'- {
it.tl f.:.r invrntory n:.,\ ail- Prompt \ -
: Judy Garland and Gene Kelly : lr\T: Tu.. b.-drn. h..u-- u dress .ii'plu'Ati..n- i'.< !iudincPhonp p.
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t..tNt'\ I'li.m. ?16-\V -.'I'k.'III .. "_ t. Box 1M-H. Stark-. 'I 1
AND Fla ;

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tace. \.r\ h-.1., 4-I..dr"n \ KTMK\T: FOR I'.KNT ;iartia.\!
"EAST SIDE K/DS" '"rnis'i'ili>- with ;larc'n..<-A fiirni-hfd Frai.r h.."-. t.. li'i.l i-i '
Mrs. K .1. )1.\\ l ling, Sr '. !TVt .':t"I'h"r.l h. l!'i p'.. .\ .1.1Thom.t d COLONIAL FLORIST
Call St .t. r.--- iii. ,.!r...-i from -. .\dmiiutr Anlt'rlo'an 1."II"n. Phone 11T-J p.
With Vance Barnett and Dennis Moore -
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It.-hc F"R SM.K- ALSO XJ2WS !'l.ir h '' ,,-.I'r''. .I' / 'nthia( Schmitt .Nona St. Starker" .
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