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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 11, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I SUNRISE SERVICE $10,000 Placed In Hospital Fund I Candidates Take -




Pending I Outcome Of May 6 Voting Stump


Kingsley a .. Sunday,

Thi Ill.u'l,1! 1 (C mr.C:! ( I i I M 1,10-,\ t 1'i: :: :u It -' As

Lake April 13 -.- 1111'i.s. at! !it- meeting 'lit i.. Motday. 1 !. 1 b. t.il', ;- .> >;'r'i .:. i Campaign Enters 'High'f

authorized Clerk <'II I the C" l i pllnttly'

Cemetery 5:45 A.M. A J Thomas to place SlU.O'to!'') ir During the unren', i isrn
Y race track revenues to the credit 6s'
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of a special public fund for Braid! f

A'1 I ford County pending a referen emN! > "'MI -. rai, J i1 t, Rallies Draw

s S 'dum on the hospital question in Tl:, I.ll.-t i I h. t. ''''i r $.ptouu: .' .' ,

Sermon by the May 6 primary. "ei\ed for, I
-, r !the :State la- > 1' II

# T According to a special legislative urday '1'.e i : -: $SOooo, \'. I' I p 1 Big Crowds

Rev. ) Music by act passed: at the last session divided equally between the County

of the legislature all
race track Commissioners and the St'hool _

B.H.S.Pastor funds received by the county in Board j... 1
L. D. Haines : The $10,000, overage wd .\ \\ 1': i:" :.' J' ,"tI t-
"xcosof $ OOno \
annually shall!
placed in a special hospital fundb .
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be (I.r. rh .
plated in a fund for the
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Glee Club purPose \ Clerk Thomas if the hospital
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ot ( < nsti U'ting and : t 1'iiii.i'j':
operating'I (!vt.tum: i is deliaiiil ;at the polls !

and publ, h"-ntal; in Hi.idion'! ( '1I \L!\' t> thi- Sin."0(1( will bf iw B} last': .
First Baptist {C'lUlltV! Hots .
\ oboe tV la.'r.! 'i 1 wiled bfiu.t-n the 1\\" bomls: I ,'1/



Starke Band I Old Jail Renamed-- Dowling Files ... t sY ,


TRANSPORTATION will he provided by busies and car I,


and leaving 5:30 from Sunday corner.of morning.First: t Methodic Church between 3l:1 Ag Building i Answer In Suit J


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!Fr i '"IT. i in1 i"n "tue > !II i J'II! In .111 iinsuet. 1'110',1! I L0- I "

I Rotary And Lions Square Off i iii it'ntlv, iuidtin"injr coiiijili! 'u- !'ten !'lonutt t hole, Oil AplilI t'u T1 -I

o\iitinii] ;and rt'dt-coration. w.ll b->
Dowling. '
Jr.
I.I owner "
For Softball Fest 23 "
known
Slug April : as thi County Agriculture! ( lured Dowling Auto

Building This decision was mad mit''d !;!1" .' II.1111 .,

The Starke Lions club has challenged ,] orenate your mature consideration. 'at the: regular meeting of th I Mo) .-; I. ,. : fan wit

the Rotary Club( to a game I and immediate reply to this letter.:' Board of County Commissionerhere olio Fli'l.i! i I! 'il t >"I'I+ r 0. ,i'', 11

of softball to be played Wednesday I Replied the Rotarians: "Yours- Monday in view of the fact alleged "th!! : >..-mtif! t j t II 1 ,r 'I"

night April 23. on the BUS j of March 21 received and content that the building will house of possession to the a1 111.1 ,+. 4 1x "Ir :e.

athletic field. noted. We gladly accept the ill ,! fices of the county farm agent E. Dowling the approxi: i t. 'i1

The challenge and its prompt considered challenge which you county home demonstration agent of $2.000'hieh aid i : ; ,nI' "

acceptance were accompanied by have apparently been misled intr soil conservation district supervisor should be charged with ; 'i.. \\tRt teilt bI ,

an exchange of friendly insults between '! making through an unfortunate I and possibly the FarmerF'I herein sued for and dedin : ( I I'

the two local civic clubs. 1 mixture of youthful enthusiasm 'I' Home Administration. said account, and the h LL f I'' r
I C. R Ii' '
Wrote the Lions: "The young, anti immature judgement. We L. Currie. district FHA supervisor any. in said account !1. t '
Lions Club I well understand keen appeared: before the boar ;"' I Ii i
vigorous and growing can your el'editIf the defendant .

of Starke. with no pity in their interest in obtaining our scalps Monday and requested office spacein In it> suit the bank !h! 'M I r I \, \

hearts but ambitious to add your Doubtless you want them to cover the building so that he would that it had paid Doe I L: "g; M7! s ( ;iris:, t 'Ii"

hairless scalps to their firing, i your polished pates in a desperate ,i! be in close touch with the other 802.50 on certain checks and d, i'1!t. T' I M. 'I/ ugh!!II: \

hereby challenges your ancient attempt to deceive a gullible publicinto farm offices. j which he had endorsed IN SPITI01 \1'1-
( I ; that flit 1111\t l IS :, III' '.'. 1.I I.I.I I. ,
honors of softball thinking The Commissioners expressed ? i :1"! ,.: s-; .1p1e i
to a straight game you are young makers of the checks and draft nit 'i '
( i I 'in i --.I lit .. i'' H.lln.r .. .. ,
p. i '.
desire to !
'il.1
be about and In cooperate and to make ; i : nuke AjM.iril i '';
to played on or vigorous growing. our in question later refused t.. pay not v J']. .. are
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April 23. Concessions and gate receipts opinion you are- SPRUNG, | sufficient space available if posse. I same when presented for man oi the- |I" ii; .; > .\t l (I"i'; i loll :\idsrr i ot. c>"i II.OM- ''i; I' \\ i i.s.s nth i chair Brooke i 'I'll"1 -, I \ J',
payment Coiinu I I4> mi' 1 iat., E\:: nave
will be equally divided. We BILIOUS and SLOWING." j ble and to charge only a nomina1' and that Dowling then failed her campaign for Comniitteei studies the program and Mrs Marian Crosby discusses th ti"al! i I il'vI '! ,', h. hi .1' '

\ trust that your infirmaties and Look like the makings of a rent. I and refused to pay anie as endorser i iI for re-election.; Chas. A Supervisor of Registration. Next in order: County Judge K: K Ferryman, asking I i athl.-ti.' 1"j": 'fill I'I"
limited will folks. Better come Miss Audrey Newman, Darby.se the office of Clerk of the Circuit
membership permityou good thereof
game repre '! Court.: T A Alex( Yawn, of- daMai:
ferinir .
for th office of 1 i ,knu .
to field a team. We will ap- out and watch the fun. !!senting the Junior and Senioi I E. J. Dowling Jr. who had County Judge Bottom row I left to right I l.: T C I iCliytoni I (Crawford i.
Woman's i-andulate tot Shenft Charles again a at 7 in) i i ., .
Clubs
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stated that 'tie tithe r j, later been made a part to thee Hardy. Candidate for ('Ii rk ot the Cm ruit ( 'III1l'I.t ,ci t: Sh'-nit P D. Re d" j I
BHS Faces Ketterlinus j high cost of renovating th ,, dish .1hll1,1"1"1 All ( andidates. spoke : rotated on i. '
Tonight suit filed on April :> a motion IIi irmn the hat k of a (pn' k-up trio k nj
second story of the old jail building j Intere-t '
I :i dismiss the complaint against him III t'i 111,1: ,

With 6-1 Record Of Wins To DateThe i it was likely that the library The motion stated that "The copy : ;,l was slow, }p ring.: ii iI i ,

project In would be abandoned. I of the complaint served upon,; thi- Rpd Cross Goal McCarty Will Berry Volume I moving 11'1 1 r i i'averted
((>1lI11''llonitb
f an enlarged defendant di 1 .
not ha aft t-J; l
Tornado baseball team travels t hits one a home 11111 V>y Bor- I drainage < < 1. !' !lull. .. .
canal from Temple AwI I I to it, as required by law and a.-- Speak Apr. 1 16 e->
tonight I Friday i to St. Roberts. ]i iU.S.I ( 301) tract / .
), D. E. Knight owner Now In lr/:o i
Augustine for a game with Ketter- Saturday afternoon. the local?: of the lands I I alleged in said complaint, copiesof Sight Set To Soarin I -
traversed, was assured the checks and drafts ivfeirei! Dan Ml'C" until the ,
rll who
linus Raiford nine
High. Bradford has a 6-1 and Heib Thomas's that was delayed

record going into this game. Last deadlocked at 10-10 at the end of would be existing improvement. I I to in said complaint. By reason bringing his candidacy' to Brad :j Stark
restored and lInn
that suitable whereof this defendant Kohlin: i hIII'IIHtfl [
Ketterlinua 9 says ha of ford County will speak Stark St: Candidate- ,
year edged the local I innings. Ed Teston started on mad and in Strawber \olunie on the tta Ills
streets would Bradford! /! (c.mi'\' )
3-1 in the district finals and twice the mound and was relieved! at graded in North Reno. bl'I I said process wall insufficient andb'cause Cross 111111I1>1I't'd/ on Wednesday, April 16 at 10:30: StarKe Farmer. Market showed rained from personal i"eai ,.
i thereof this tiiml! di n.'. annoiimed .
during the regular season play.In the end of the 6th inning by VanAlstme The Clerk was instructed tr court does not ti-rday that ... yesa.m. Ht'111 speak in Lawtey at a small increase over the previous h asking for the .." '
have jurisdiction this defendant. ontriniiti have
Bradford Thomas hurled the last over 11:30: the same day. week, and further increases seekon his
the week's channel own
past play. all possible purchases of ." ;totaled $'LKi7:;!: The aiv i meiiis"
2 innings to stave off a loss when ,,.road regular McCarty, who is conceded to be predicted for next week
went on a scoring spree while maintenance equipment This motion will be before fund drive quota of $2.280 has although
argued of
one the
the Prison nine nirked'an.lstinl' I leading candidates for cold
!
: nights are continuing to sit,
the players upped their i through the State Road Department the court date to be !been exceeded Robbins pointed School Board
: batting for 3 runs to tie the game. I I at a set \ Governor, wabooked to speak down ripening fruit. ,
to win 2 and since its purchasing agency later 1 out but a special disaster quota here several I I't'eks
average games Tuesday night at home Thoma? is now available to the counties. i of $100 was added following the ago. but war During the week ending April Approves Principals

another ended in a deadlock. pitched 1 hit ball at 1'. K.I 1 onto ge Clerks and inpec'tors'erl' fon.-d to alter his schedule due t<- 9, growers sold 2,361 crates of

Against Lake Butler, the locals win 13-2. Bradford got 8 hit jointed} for the First Primary ap I Andrews Sets eral widespread! weeks tornado damage$21 "eIhE' death of his mother fruit for a gross return of $2 2,- I! The following! reromnien I "ri
Only 13
banged out 18 hits for a 31-2 and played errorless ball in field). ;i Election on Ma6, and each clerk is needed ago more AH advertisement: in this issue 710.51 i I i for the appointment of pi 'i', ':
to meet these
combined ,.f the Telegraph: announ(','- that hr Totals for the n'x' trnn, 'who.d
for the '
baseball Thomas. Jackson and Winkler current \
\ictory. probably a scor got was requested to attend a bona Speaking Dates quotas totaling $2380: 00 season
2 hits each. mil make a "tightiiig'speeih' or now stands at 15,286 received hy It:. :<; : l3rru d1
ing iccord. Jackson, Coley and Rivers and Thom period of instruction to be held the crates which
During past week Mrs H !111> visit here day from T, ,' ,
1 liverearls: got home runs. Jackson each got a triple Larson was the by the Supervisor of B. have brought growers $140,155.21. I it ;p' ,
Regisiiatmrin Arwood
( ;III'\ \ .\iiil'tu- "i'1 S'.aiki' i andidate << ri'ported16.55 from School Dlytu
gotI hits for 4 times at bat. losing pitcher and Parrish gPKY's It the courthouse Record of sale, price range ant:' I I : I :\
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Monday. flay Lawtey, and Mrs.4 Ii:.
) .
toi ( ( .iigri'horn; ; the new Bifjham 1'111
r'IIIt'I'Un ;. besides\ his home run only hit. a tnpll''Ith m at 7:30 pm. Jr Duncan Named daily average price for the past ItaryL.ryH. 1 fj I" ,I'
Eighth Distrut ha- --diedul "reported $:>4 50 from Rrookei
:! triples and a single Paul Rivers: one on base.Tlit'silay Pay for the clerks week are as follows: ,
and inspector four speeches in the county on Mr Robbms expressed b.lut To Heat Local : I chalked up the victory by going night Green Cove i j fOr the primary elections was Wednesday April 16 H' announces : that late ('onlrlhutlOns"ould make lute Cn. Range Ai g. S, i'

7 innings on the mound, Springs will be here for fixed at $1 Russell Campaign Apr 3 W 85012.60 ...
giving up : a game i iI ;I per hour for time actually that he will speak :V up the $21,13 needed to na.h th, 10. .1.I! ,
iI Molt''I .
I I'
served. Apr. 4 5:),) ?. f.13.AA 14.9.
combined
I desired
Hampton at 10:30 quota ', .
: a m, Grahamat K o i >untn. local I' '
Glee Club Wins Upon request of Commissioner 1115.; Bmitker 11 4i. and atLawtey Standard Apr. 5 413 650-10.30 8.281, .\ :. 1.1f., '.
Oil
Superior tI"dln. hit. been \ I! ,
I Rating : Renfroe the board approved twr appointet' Apr. 7 381! 70010.20 9.09
t sets of at 4 p.m. Recent Birth ('hall man of Senator RussellVApr' K 6IH( 700-11.00 9.09 Tea 1 I g H, ho .,.:

In District Meet At U. Of F. 2 North( inspectors Starker for because PrecinctNo of visit During other the day Andrews__ vil1' campaign for President in BradApr 9 166 I 50.11.10 10.41 SII,; c 1', ..n J.

communities in the Sgt and Mrs William C Daviilord ('ounty.. tarY;
the large number. nfnterc. ... tn. Ib Louisiana had ten cars out Mon-1
--- --- county including Nt.Rin r at of Kt Jackson S (c announce the The appointment was made I Glad: "" .\ I : '. tit
I
The Bradford High Glee Club handled Under this arrangement. 3 by day. hut cold and rainy weather

brought back a Division one (superior The BHS Glee Club was the I the clerk with one sot of inspectors p.m.He but I.. aon I liogi, r (lens; 01! Biowatd! Williams of Ocala state there has kept that state from EJemt'1 tar.

) rating from the Vocal Dis- smallest choral unit represented will serve while the polls are made his first speech m the April _, .t1 the ann, ,!,o-Ptal., H fhairnian getting into peak production. '| Tht' ieroem': ', I' I

the county at the political rally held (insole .tested thai hI' will have oldlTrUStry: Ii \\t r. t ; ,' J
in festival \ total of 19 North Carolina If' J
titct Meet held at the Universityif members open, and the clerk with a relief .laknuh.: '. DIMS: I ,I Is the form has also been h .
Florida in Galih'111tt'n Saturday participated However plans set of three inspectors will at Theressa Thursday night of litmf.iltl) rM.' .trial fo, di.stributi: back and volume shipments have ; proved by lh 1 H, ; I nine ,
do the last week. He reminded i ri 1 :MiVeN! i': t Hodges, ot Brooker L. T. Johns ,. .
hi- goon : 1.\ I I ,
March 29. are being made at BHS to build tabulating after the polls close not !started from there. I
'
audience that he launched hi- Brown.
The Glee Club Trio also the membership of this organiza i' John H. Denmark
requested the campaign for county tax ..I.SM.S'aor : t\tUtt'LLtt t.t -, e J, S. Norn"tn', PI
tion and I'
back open other! musical board _
brought top honors winning"superior up to replace a cattleguard: on Prison Chapel L. \_ .
It rating The Trio and a activities in the new schedule for a county graded road which war at the Theressa rally ftlIryea g a; 6 fw f'llowhllg! flohr) I .toil it ,

quartette from. Lee High School in next year. Lee High School. Jack removed by the Road :Maintenance ago. and predicted that hi- Board:

sMiville. entered the campaign for Congress would meet t YI ''That IJall'1I1,.: Ie .
Jacksonville largest
>
( the only ensemble group Department because it way DedicationSet
with the same that !'Hrace tlllll of dancnik .
success
groups that received a superior of 120 mixed voices. BITS Glee not built according to : I ol I'
approvedspecifications. for the countotin. ," t.m' be made ,
Club 'I";
I ut
rating. Joan received the same rating a? "r
Tenly soprano. Patsy ,, Mr Denmard stated
Benton second soprano and Alie>e tfc's large group.Mary I I that he had been inconvenienced mand"'d a requirement I'll' :' I..
I For Monday :11: the physll., I >I.. 1 '
Julia I :
Futch did pof
Lawson, contralto represented the a topnotch i because of the removal of the
|I Lab ,flY of the I 1,1)) ...1.1ThH I Ii
job
as
pianist accompanist. I I! guard and that if it was replaced! Leading
i
trio.A ,
I .
gala day of lortOus'oiees., The pianist in a group of this kin !;! ha would in due time construct a nll.tl' !l! e I 'md'd I II
'' bears Bowling TourneyThe Ilyd-atiar: I'ereinonies tOr the L. T Jh-;, .
represented by 1.000 Junior and a great responsibility and i,, suitable structure. new State Prison I i anon
,
Chapel. now
)
Senior I[ deserves much credit Mary Julia ] passed
High Schools students put I ,I After consideration of the request Lab Team
held the lead for nearing completion\ areet for .
'also' I AIr Norrl.I .'
al
ting their best muscial feet for played a piano solo the ; it was denied because the fourthuooessive week inHlImphrty Monday April 14. at 2 Prison 1 L iy ; 1
m
Adagio Cantabile Movement of the p I i.Lji Johns ai I h" I III' E"I .
ward in song was the order of the "others are required to construct Gold ) .
bowling tournament Chaplain Leslie A Shepherd
and there tl'd'.' ,
Beethoven Sonata. 13. r Ill' '
day. Twelve schools from'about opus j suitable
cattleguards and theboard now in progress each Wednesday announces that the public is in I II L Unus. he was Id,. '
Congratulations to fine Jr'' I:?
five or six counties eagerly tooktheir a group did not care to make any vited. I .
i'of and Friday \t The ft'lr' t ofl.1 t
young people and musicians. night at Strick.land's
place in the festival. The ;, exceptions in this cast" In addition .
to thRnford
I staff, additional bond .
Junior and Senior High School* i Next >ear may there be more; Offer of the Florida Pest Control Landing. Lab has an aver- a number of State and Church e4 ; .j.OOO for Mr. I ,, Ill'

were heard and received their I groups represented and may the & Chemical of .':'
rat : Co. of GainesVille age '',0, following by Engineering officials will be
on hand to assist TILE HK \( Albert "
I TnT! SANCTlRY Ty" 'a.
and
ings separately but all met together groups grow. to eradicate: termites in the Service in the dedication. BaptiMrv ofll Soul* Chim/i .
Dept. with
629. .
Representingthe
Tho.se who the'Cl'sl at the Kaiford Slate Prison which will driver, appear- t. rh. ; ,
participated rx>
in d-dk-atwl'at
for one final hour of concert courthouse for $352.80 with a Board of Commissioners 2 p.rn.'llnda). .
Individual of
\ festival j standing in the and stated 11.1', I" 1,1
were:
each school rt'prl'sentedith I yearly guarantee of i35. was received State Institutions will b" Nathar.MMayo .
able '
First sectionJoan tournament follows personal interviews \\ hit h to dnI" i i.'
soprano are as : are a.p V('rk ot tii.- choirFor ?
one ,
number Also mass choruses more '
and .a
( [
Gay The Rt. Rev
one high school and one junior Tenl)'. Joan Silcox. Phoebe Green and laid over for further Best individual average. Bob Hamilton West important part of the pits m, than 10 years vested inmate choir? term with ifi I

Jo'cefor an. Pamela Lawson consideration.Bill Bishop Coadjutorof chaplain work haled the equipment now 6t.. d t", -
high were highlights of this concert Shannon 1.41; best' individual the Episcopal Diocese of Florida congregation in church
Patricia Smith. Frances Smith. the ReSIIO'pherd., .vho h tie This final hour was in amount of $500 from 1' services It is hoped that dona
program game Joe McGee 2.09 will lead
best the .
: three- dediC'ator-
tape recorded and later b.oadcastover Second soprano section Pat, the Starke Telephone Co. for Dr : chaplain: at the prison since 193!9 Dons and free-will offerings wil'a lion was taken h> the J:<
game total. Glen Wade 5.27. prayers. John Maguire executive thh m.'etlllg
Benton Patricia ; high- haplanned and worked toward
the radio. Livings. Evelyn mo'ingIt" facilities eventually provide! an organ forthe
on Temple secretary-treasurer of the
The Glee Club does not as yet Strickland. Carol Johnson.; Helen est average number of strikes, Florida prison: church structure for the chapel Additional fund.
Aye Baptist Convention will
have robes or costumes that are Haines. w.is duly approvedPresbyterians Shannon 2.61; highest average introduce the chief speaker the last l.t years He i< a Bapti!t are alneeded' for office andY Library Council

usually worn by such choral groups Alto section Aliese Lawson number of spares. Gerald Craw- P.eJohn C. Sims. who will clergyman who was selected b classroom equipment Stained Formed At BHS

but each member was dressed in Bonnie Clark. Josephine King. ford 3.SOBand preach the dedicatory Superintendent L. F. Chapman t c glass windows will also replace the

navy blue and white and received Elaine Colson J.'iorenct'Iartin.. To Meet April 16 Mr Sims is a former pastor sermon.of be the third Chaplain in the prifon' i-; plain ones in years to come, if Ajtsi-tants f'h..- f I .
history He went to thi?
an "A rating on appearance. The ParentsTo Miami Riverside Baptist Church, contributions are adequater School librarie-' ifh p-\\\ .

Glee Club hopes to have l'Ostumft.n Witt To SpeakIn Services will be held Wedne- and will be remembered by many assignment after serving as past, Asked for his outstanding im I! elementary* reten'1 >rr, "
of the First
Church of
their next entrance in the vocal OrganizeAll Starke Baptist pression after 13 years at Raiforda
day. 16. 7:30 people as a Library Cora ,
April at : p.m in the pastor-evan- ur-,
Starke for about
This Area a and .
year: i Chaplain
festivalThe Shepherd said. "My moatvivid .
gelist who conducted improving ti'
i First Presbyterian Church a highly
j by Dr parents of members of the half.The impression is the amazing .
successful At the M.-.r ,
Glee! Club meeting Starke '
in 1,1 i
some
and
Trio
entitled
are Alton C. Wilt of Lake City, ; Stephen T. Harvin. Immediately BUS Band are invited to attenda years ago. new chapel was finanrei- capacity of people in prison to re I,' were elects i- 'rePat -. j
to participate in the State candidate for Congress from the after the service by a State appropriation for th'e spend and out-do
a short even
; congregational meetin be your moat .
t Bowers V
to held
in
the band The : at T-
Vocal Festival to be held in Tam new Eighth District. spoke aNew t Chapel which seats 400 i in building itself. and by donation:f> optimistic expectations when .

pa. April :!5Such! plans are River Thursday night at 9:30 mel'tingill be held for room at the USD Monday night the main sanctuary, is designedfor from churches and individuals>I. trust them, encourage them and you I Jones; Secretar. LnTreasurer. /,,-

somewhat remote because o'clock. He spoke;; at Melrose i the consideration: of important April 14. at S p.m. Purpose of complete worship services of which were used to equip the i in' believe in them." Connie J itt;<.,
of financial -
| business. all denominations and will alsc I Barbara UcCombThe
hurdles Tuesday night at :30 the meeting i i.to organize a ban tenor Chaplain Shephard extends e
but
the Glee Club Witti11 I All provide classrooms for religious The finest tradition of the new AS-KK'lat.on pi t'join
speak at LaCrosse tonight men.berare urged tiit parents club for the pri* cordial invitation to fnend-
has not given up tru ides purpose ir".lurking educattnr, well in the Fl ,ride fg'\: \ < .
as I as as conferenceru the
yet Friday i at ; o clock tend. or II religious field accord rriarea to attend
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f.r th* s J .f the bard I"f J r 'h- Jar_- number of np :. Chap.am: Shepherd it th- -ervices dedication Library ('1Hn, :! "I.' ,'. t.- reizati
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said she would contribute $1 for I at the home of Mrs Bore s II I I- '= -="_: ,-,,-,, = .... .. _
THIS OR THIS
each additional half hour Odham brother, H. Lucas. i -
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-- talked. She sent $3: others followed Mr B. Cunningham MrP!
l ). l lo her lead. It was nothing I Forsythe and Mrs. A.nson! ( This
Week's
BEST
1J 0 i. short of an old time revival Plan spent, :M'lidu! 1:1 Ji>'ksnnMi \ '!I'. ,\ :< ': Food Buys !
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are being made to repeat the talk : 1 1- I I. 1't: ty '
; !! athon in Orlando and! Jacksonville: :\1" nnu, : '
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NOrir.... t c"} Ifcnaawrr !--; -- !.-, LAKE GENEVABy .

I' ;! I j. Blanche Cunningham =:::.
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: \ D :Mrs Blanche <'unninj.aan.) \M ,
1- : ted her son Terrill who is a p.I'
:: Easter ham?
JI ttent in the Veterans Ho-pua.:.
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I I "i! : Lake City Sunday. She was arI i Why I. LCS
L i\ ;7't.t.1 t.-.. i I companied by Mrs. R. For.sjtinand t i } .1 4
I y 1 | Mrs. V. Carlson. i of course I

J : [1 =r'E! I i '. Harry Willis, uncle of Mrs. L. I! Li all born ja\s : JtlUanlil
I : ni '-.. N. Wagner, died Monday in Pa- R sour
\ *i i! i j j'' ''ai. 'Ji ., :I latka. Burial was Wednesday in t you never dreamed of % .Ihh 1 t.'M'r\l'd. "1'rn .,. 4 ,Hod rhru .: ,11.. \pro
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!'! Palatka. He was formerly of Pitts- J:.: such hams! For e.ich : -- :. ."1It< '.. ., '.. .. ':', _:.-J :. .. : vM"-"i"=- __ it--: :>
( burgh, Pa Creek
1e Lykes Sugar
t 1! Little Raymond Forsythe son l
\ > I of Mr. and Mrs Chas. Forysthe i ham is carefully I

was painfully injured Monday t t selected from choice' $15fJlJ n Free PrizesLovett's
FREE MAN or SLAVE? America we still enjoy the privilege of free choice. :Millions
I when he fell from an auto on theI .
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throughout the world have lost this precious right. He a good citizen. Don't let America -I highway near KeystoneHeights.- : young stock u
i is G. Remember the "right" to vote is valueless unless exercise t hickory smoked
doun. Election Day May you j Ille was bruised about the head :: Will Give
Away Absolutely Free
it.THE j and body and several stitches s:: to top taste tender

: wore required. Little Ray is a cute butter! Ask the
little tyke and everyone wishes as 159 Bendix Snow White U 795 Food Orders Worth

VALUE OF ONE VOTE him a speedy recovery.Mr. ,I. man: who eats 'em! 1 Washing Machines. ; >

and Mrs. Walter Forysteand t at all better dealers J 10.00 Each

Someone has come up with the perfect answer to the man who says-"Why should I two daughters and Mrs i LIKES 1 Yrs. Supply of Magic : >>
BROS. Inc
difference nut the record Forsythe's three nephew oi> :Mum. Action "ALL" 159,000 "Snow White"gent.
bother to vote:? My tint> vote wouldn't make any anyway. i t Deter- .<.. >
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proves that O E'ote (CAN make all the difference in the world. If you don't believe it, I were guests of Mr. F'>".\th. .": : n ijt j'OJ/JI. ty Ilardi",*
down parents Mr. and Mrs I K: K'! .- 'In-! :t Comic Books.
just look at how many decisive issues have been decided by ONE vote throughhistory. ...
over the weekend.
Mrs. A. J. Beezer ;and'! "I i I."uu.1 Nothing to Buy Chances Free Winners in Every Store !

One role elected John Quincy Adams President.One of Punxsutauney, Pa am,! "ugh I > .. .
I.- ter, Mrs. II. Barrett <"I Pittsburgh t '-;",.: _;, .... ... : _J > '.: : ;:... '- _J.- ;to "_, : ::". ;

cote elected Thomas Jefferson President. Pa. returned to their !imu Thurs "ASTOR' 'Vacuum PackedCOFFEE

day after spending Mini !time hi't ii
law in 1921. ia tI
One vote passed our military conscription

One \ote created the slate of California.One I
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vote created the state of Washin tun.
I ,.t DO YOU NEED
e One vote created the state of Oregon.
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One tote created the state of Texas I 1'MORE ROOM. .
TROPICAL BrandTOMATOES O'SAGE DessertPEACHES
One vote created the state of Idaho. i ( r "
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EJIf"" One vote elected Oliver Cromwell.One .

Note made France a Republic in 1S75.; f v..A GARAGE ?


r One ended it as a Republic in 1910. ':k.} __ % / t J JI 1 I No. 303 Cans 13C No. 2'2' Can 13C

Now, how do you feel about that ONE vote of yours? Pretty important af'J'I'' ; n0.e .

isn't itVell, don't fail to use it on May G. I f v+Onlin9 rage.i0n .
been
yon goo to 9 this ......
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I A Challenge From Brooklyn p tht add'1 c0m.su' nP Orel and lord on the eae sYke N Armour's Luncheon MeatTREE
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c0e'a yin9 w11 flans'"I
The brutal slaying of the young l Brooklyn fair? Certainly the racketeers or mub..h'r, : y P ipn.W a with P
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pants salesman, Arnold Schuster, is a chal- are not by any means a local concern. The} ne e ed sP et Q hof dP y T 12 OZ.
lenge to all America. It is not merely a slapin nlO\"t about the country freely have then i A t You o 39CBUTTER

the face to the New York City police force, own selfish aims and purposes, and kill anyone !, I'I' the d etotls. and totk tt 0'jet't e d to your CAN

nor to metropolitan New York nor the who gets in their way. If one city III>i t co m e to nts tDn9 doY t aP

Northeastern section of the United States, town gets too "hot" for them they movi I'I p8C Yme es t mate to y i -

but to each and every law-abiding citizen of temporarily to another until things con,I'l I Get aI {see Land O'uns.: : Ire
this country. down. They are not a problem of New Yorkor

Schuster teas) killed because he spotted a California or Florida, or any other stat bank robber and turned the information -they are a national problem! LB. C

over to the police. He dared to do this to a We're afraid that although tthe generJpublic 7 5

member of the underworld, and as a resultwas is outraged now by this wanton killing ;, AR.KEc -

killed in cold Mood.! We take this to bea that as1 days and weeks pass, the castrill 'C -

challenge-that the law of the underworld be forgotten.And BUILD RS' SUPPLIES
will rule this country, and any citizen \vh.> if it is. who will be the brave i-iti/r t:

does his duty in helping to enforce the law who will!! !next. identify. a member. of th<' ulderworld 1-l tr S.A.L. DEPOT.. (7 45 W-.. SuperbrandMargarine

will pay the penalty. :: \\'ho will he willing to forfeit hi-

We are only a tiny voice in this large life. for a public which is unappnviative':: LB.
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country of ours, but we ell) have one suggestion 11'e'Il give you one quick answer; and sa1 1 that, F .. '. 18C
to make Why-not put the full descrip- unless this crime is solved and the mUl'tlt-n'r I

tion of the suspected slayer before the en- punished, there will be many American iI''" Hear Florida's next governor

tire American public through the media of will look the other way
the newspapers, radio and television and This challenge must be met, ifv art t in make a Fighting Address. """ -L r

keep hammering away at it until he, or the have law and order in this country. Let t the 4 Superbrand, Gr. "A", Shipped Fla. Grown Packed

real murderer, is caught convicted and combined forces of all the media in t the ,

punished? We are sure that these media country be turned on this one case, ;and Kept ,
EGG CELERStalk l E
would co-operate fully, as they} do with so there until the murder of a p ublir-<1 pirited t.
many other worthwhile campaigns. i-iti/en i is avenged in full.

Why not make this one case a national af Y ItVEDNESDAY Qa
Size Doz. Stalk CAll
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amazing program prog-rt..1
Bradford County Telegraph:I public mteie.st; increased.- It wa White

,111 audn'nee participation show an.' -'l5L- -....... -1"- ..
ESTABLISHED 1879 E L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR I sulks liked it, Listeners follow "i+
the candidate as he kept the show Famous Duncan Hines Froze
ruhli.hed\ Every: FridayrfflJ and* Entered a* Second \ APRIL 16
> going while traveling from .
Tampa'tu
uav Matter: at the Post & K Ofliat Markfs Ha.
1 St. I'ettTsbui Telephone' REG. $1.00CANS
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operator got writer s cramp writing !
Member Hmi 1952 I down questions and recording i I
I donation: The live audience increased I
HAWTHORNE\ 9 A.M.
a.- more and more peopK i .
JulMicriition| $' .Aniuiillv |.ijCX CI' 301'or Six Month I drove down to see for msrlvef'''! "R 1.50". Sliced, Sweetened. FrozenStrawberries
I if one man could stand up under
TOO LATE answer i. such a physical strain. The candidate

TO CLASSIFYBy Opponents tried to laugh off the!I although weary, spoke In "
talkathon as .1; cheap publicitystunt I firm01l'e WALDO 9:45 A.M.
and assistants thrillei1the : 2PkgS49C
Listeners assumed that it
Kussoll Kay I crowd with frequents announcements : .
was jivt "anotht-r one of those I of substantial donation .
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There is something new under things. Local papers didn't give I that totaled into the thousands a.-- '
the political s\ln-th talkathon. it much of a play. [E the S:00 PM. closing hour! ap [
Curious listener, tuned in the proached. j jj STARKE 10:30 AIMSr 1 Frozen
Political campaigning has long i : ,I Suwannee River Valley Quick
needed a "i-hot in the arm." For program They got a kick out of j I Just befort' the scheduled ('105 t 1 1of
us long a- anyone can remember. it. This guy Odham meant what the 24-hour program ono of !
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aspirin;; candidates have followed he said He really was answering:,. the stations phoned to advise that ACRE PEAS 3

the game old routine. Appeals for questions and FAST. As the! they could clear another half hour LAWTEY r 11:30: A.M. j
hours and his if the I
the most part have been colorless wore on talk continued : candidate wished to use it
long-winded speeches, promis's.rrerar.1 thousands called friends ]i He did. and the show went on ;
talks, chest thumping, and Urged them to listen. More iTh 1I another station offered ''I New Crop TexasYellow

baby-KisMijg.! hand-shaking. Radix and more- questions came pouring another half hour and this wa;' .
talks followed the same dull pat in and better still a lot of them followed with another half hourIt I -i -

tern. earned pledges of from $1 to $250::! was unbelievable Brailey I Onions 2 LBS. 25cSwifts
toward the Odham Sc Odham had
Candidates for the most part campaign. broadcast without letup I'I
feared public questioning. The successful was the broadcast it for a total of :25 and onehalfhours. l
smart campaigner rushed into was decided to repeat it in the He had answered 5,1001 I

town leading a motorcade flags Tampa-Clearwater-St. Petersburg; questions, taken in over $4.000 in''

and banners waving, horns squk- area. contributions and had reached Prem. or Sunnyland Corn King
tug made his set speech and then Here the program was expanded::;' more! people effectively and in..
ducked out as quickly as possible.It the talkathon would begin in Tampa pressively than had ever b... u 10 to 12 Lb. Smoked

was generally understood that at S:00: P.M. then move to St. reached by any other Candida!'
BREAKFAST BACON
7:00 AM. the t in so short a time in III".t
"OM t >. like children should beseen Petersburg at next: :- HAMSWhole
hut not heard..' morning, and return to Tampa at t t political history. ,. ..}
1:00: P.M. that afternoon windup 1 Political r ...
Th. n along came Braile Odham observers who -i .ike ..
.''h I'It' announcement that he at 8:<1:) P."!. Mobile units.' business 01 feeling the puhlu puN. >" Half Lb Lb.
I' .pist'd to conduct a 21-hour! would be employed to keep it going estimated !Vu Odhu:: ir.nl.: or SSC 39C
i t !Talkathon during which he as the candidate traveled between 20.000.tt', \l.:Vhis ti'kaf: .

'. .',: personally answer any and the two points. How many ::-\\.t.hed fur ..' '.. / I Ip.
.. be fired candidates > i I ---,, '-- -
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t \ 'lu..stl.that might Not since the Kefauver heaiinjin r is ;ily a git -S
I' lllMl Tampa has public interest bee i many who phoned! in sad: i ; ,,.
Large
Arrangements were made for the as aroused as it was over t Ire had been for soraenre i-1-1'! n.':
i...< ui 11 Dade County radio sta Odham talkathon. Crowds gathered liked the Odham c.'1. .1:_, :i-v. 1a Baking Hens LB. 49C

tnnStarting at S:00 P.M.ith to see its start and many remained fighting spirit and w,.re t K .\\ ... al
a battery of telephone girls tlkingquelioM through the night Man}],- his corner. A listt'nl'ren: .:. A3 er semenl .
as fast as they came in, who had tuned out the progran i $21, one dollar for each:! hour ..' EAR> P "CVoERS) a I I IJ Swanson's, Gr A", Dressed & Drawn, Frozen, 4 to 7 Lb. Avg

tu gave each a prompt answer. earlier in the evening tuned ii j'th talkathon and suggested th.d; Cam a ir.Manager. : ,
He didn't hem or haw. He didn't again and stayed with it until th e< others do likewise: a,= a r. -t,.t', Canci Vth ',f i # !
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duok or daJoe. Although be didn'tknow wee sma' hours of the morning. over 50 contributors come .:: d';- oc ?' f' Frying Turkeys 69c

what the next question wouldbe 1 It developed all the earmark;, ing the last two hours of thi rE -
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FRIDAY. APRIL_ 11, 152 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORID PAUL TIIRrFTTTTTTTTTTTT


YYTYYYTYTTYTYYYTYTYTTYTTTYtTTTTYTYYYY I study book. "We Americans I as a cabaret singer engaged tc :, ..f I Kr: u I ', Cn iv I'u.il Inm. tinilfr Clerk nf the Circuit Court. rid Tr.n.) IUtfnnant ed Crust a'.d! cau-e ai 11' .
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North and South". Chief businessof the gangster.-.-. brother. v\ li !h,i in 1I/.t".1 l iri I I"MM': I' E>)' Mjrtle T. Di-aver. Deputy Clerk Cast ;Xo; in'ij .iiii,,' :an'e a ropy ,.,.f \
younger :it :gut-.1! :! K.i-t: (.ill ;-i'.. _>t..111FI"III. k.K 5 ';x 4. 11( ]l'I Notice To tppmr* .\ l "' .
the meeting was the .. I I ,. _. ; "
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN election of Mitchum hates all crooks. I .. r .. ". THarold; Tray I I' I Iil :
1'11'1"' di I .
officers ane'l | \In.r. i i- t'nkii. \\ i ,
for the coming Th"iiii-i.n S MM II i: III ul\: olli..IF: \l.I\r: n 101.] I I II I'
year. |
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particularly Ryan a top .I : You err hIrby! | n t .r. ,j that a I I.a.h: f'.t: .1 I. ,
Since two of the officers Fated thiJMh:! ila\ ..I :M i- OK V\\ 1'IItnFOIL: 111 s1, TO !'lIlt f.-r 1'C ,
were "i I b f.Ud ,
whose ha\'e. en the -
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political connections .
McDonald AI 1V.2 at ':talkMi.ilti.nl J'ItUlltll11'11": TIIUI.I<< : against .. .
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named ( HIT ,1day
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filling unexpired terms and had County, Pl..ndi \iO""''"- FHOM Till: '.sill ll\\ I.
long kept him from arrest ButRyan's Court and .
. . . ._.11u1A1AA1Au therefore not been in office I j I .; J> It 4 !l' II"1 lltl II. 1\1:; ::. ,, \11""' tuiiiitv mired to ...n,11"I'-"n andv r'ov:' are re- i f JI."\ i : I-,
.. u...u. &&&&&&&A very high-handed methods have ixini\i: OK iu" OMIMIM ?.four an- s\\er or pleadings: to the .
'long. I complainton I.tak.n.i- v.i.
the i: IN 1.11'1:
I last Friday nominating committee antagonized other racketeers and the ,,, ,
the annual election held riamt'ffttorii! >'\ J''I.h Thii i : -' pill; !'
(1'I'ICI: 1U AITKHn \vIIJ.tn1t.r 1..11 I! h.t iippl>. \-- .
Martin Elected considered that it would not be when eil for 1. .. K SkipP21: : t C.r.iham liuildlnp ,0.- a'hu. h n-.
he has killed Clrrult
He will take office at the beginning a man inlitchum' Court Ilrndfot.I Count. ettf-r- \lulIlIl.lr.III"n ui>- Jat-kpoinille. ,
I :: Florida and file the w -.k..I. 'I.t 1 I' 1"\
inappropriate for them to continue | Florida In ( hnnrrrJ.: oil the tI.II.: of Hell l>ell tiehexedto
Head of Rotary of the new Rotary Yearin district the captain'''c'. I' X.land.I Plaintiff \'- :N..II"hite ; he d.'a.l. and WHKKKAS due original in, the office if the Clerkof praphMit.il. ,
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for another Circuit .
term and so nominated, sees his chance to square matters. \\' :N.vvland. Defendant noti.-e ,..fa il application was pub- Court 40n or hrtrthe \ I"
July. .. li-heil "ith d.I\' of Ma'. 1'i.iJ! : nth' !I- '"FFI"\1. -1'\1 ')I't
I with one exception the same officers ,, 'a"o.;; 'Hi4llie in > oinpliame" with law, and wise the .
: %.. To \ppear. \\ HHIh"o1rllJK Haheld in my allegation-"f -a.il I..iti- 4'it |I. / "t
., ; as lat year. They were STAKKE DRY (CLEANER; : To ;N;, M.:.. white, ;N-; land. abuserlidn.t. office. in Starke: Florida at 1009o : by plaint will be tak.n a- l'.nf..d PM: "'. T P-a\ t. oft
duly: elected by acclamation. i I i-. K..U1. I.1 ilrahain: Nir'h;; rlo. k A.M:: Monday March 24th, you 11
W. J. Siprelle will be the n Wsecretarytreasurer Theyare OPENS KE'STOXIST.TIOX; !, Carolina. lt.9.: :: at whuh time testimony Wes This. notice shall te published
; president, Mr Detweiler You are hereby notified tdilii..il establishing the legal once aih ueek fur four conaetuttle
and C. .1.Basted. ; | that a pre-. week the ...
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This week the Starke Dry Clean ] suit for Divorce has been filed -uiii.tion| of the death of Hen )' .11.o.IIW. .
vice president, :Mrs.: Christoffers I
Huntley Redfearn, Don : against you in the above named ;; THKIIKPORK.: you. "INn 1..11.Ir graph.
secretary Mrs. Haberstroh and ers & Laundry opened a new pick Court and cause and lit II"r any person for Mm aiere.ini.il Bated thi11td.o'' "f :Man *. l'i: :
; you are reoqulr..d .
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Pangborn and L. Beasley were I 0' pr.dueeUtiin I0FFII L\1. :.o\l.) \ j rhom.t'llrk 1 I
Treasurer, Mrs. Seipe. Mrs. Eula up and delivery station in the fast to serve a copy of your answer ( :;it months from the 2Mb daof thne ( of the Circuit Court WAIT
'lam elected directors. Walker was named chairman of I| growing community of Keystone; 'on the or Plaintiff's pleading to Attorneys the complaint I. Evan I Mai..h. I li.J:!, satisfactory ivuUme of By Myrtle T. f'anr n.i>ntx' )'!.'rK

y'Y OI'EX the Daylight Circle and :, Heights It is located in the Gulf''T, Evans and Neal D Evans, Jr ,-' OJ: \oiir .in'inuanre In life l It! vvitlnn 4 4Jt4.
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BANK: TO Mrs. H. 1 the -aul' [i. rI..d of three ( i ':. 1.:11'|i
Station ]Jackson.vtlle I \idWt', -,-atisTaitorv to thetinnnni'e If -u .li>, k.irk I'tlion I
Work >,- progressing rapidly on Redfearn of the night Circle, or next door to the Drive-In th. original I r n run. .r
I In the office of in life of theaid Ben Lrllhell >OTII'K TO "'J'J' *III. I"b a .hfi.rl and lnrl {I
next tithe "N1 o htingales." Theatre and is under the manage the Clerk of the Clr- lie .....
reconditioning the building I t nil I'oiirt on or I.forthe : ..tivi not t.r..du..d. I. as County Cirrult rurt. )lr .H..r.l i dig I!
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wain, company office, which The 'ommunity Church will join ment of Candy Dennis who is well i I..f .\1>1'11. lfj:!: ,.threats'th.,' all.- .inini-trit?IHKI: hall I..i,.Fa-p.>ue, letters I>. II upon of Ad-the I'lnrlJa Wrnifl In 1'Iunrery.Patricia I'lain. r.

will be used for the new Keystone in an interdenominational com- known to Keystone residents. I' legations taken as of confessed said Complaint by will be E-I"I. of Belt: Hell (!.' .1 1 I. \\'.'rn.l I. Inft1.1 Call Florida Rendert-rs !I I1'rrr
you. i: K, "i't 1-:I IY\I.\o.: ;;. i '"nntN \' Judi
vault has been munity-wide Easter Sunrise of laundryand i This notice shall be published :" .. .
State Bank. The Sl'rv'l i Every type one-stop I 1 \ 4 \ .1. \pprnr: Prompt Ilemiitnl of Hi nl j, ;
,jF N completed the new tile floor was ice on Sunday at 6:03: a.m. The dry cleaning service, including ones wo.-hs' enrh 1 a, lta\\eck Br.idfd fir f."ir,',rnt"r.tt'-e''T.'al'-: '., _' I I v I I "|1'1".1' l ..r Mi.rllili ll" 01... lI'll -

laid this week. and most of the chimes which have been repaired, wet-wash and rough do. pres> gr.phn.FFP.,! ? I II I 10riM \ It I
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fixtures art m place. It is hoped will ring at 5:30 to wake you up. onlys and alterations will be i ,' I I IIM nl.i li i hnni.i-i.> ( ,.oIllt.\ lilt ::1 I I illlfl I

that everything will be in readi Owners of cars who have space handled on a daily basis Tfl 'i -t, v -

the first, buta :1 will meet at the church to pick I phone service will be installed Ii\t .. -- .. .
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ness to op/-ii before up .- -= ..... .- .- -- -- .,,, '
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definite date has not been any any who do not have transportation next week listed in Keystoin ., .: -. :;:;" -' '- -:'- '-- .. .. __'. __,,_. .., .- ..'"o;. _,_ _- .'''* :'' .. .. .- ._ _. _7'"-__'*""..>,C".... ... _, ij--"' =___ ...,-,... \
noun,'ed yet: Starke Dry Cleaners & Lanii! \

''If, Toe cia\t '. Apnl 1. The Com- Thf next meeting of the Keystone Mr. Dennis plans to WIi\< '

,,,,,mnv/ 'hun'h'omen met foin11 PTA will be held Tuesday, Keystone as a permanent i '.t i' m! *
E. T (Marty) :Martin: business meeting Mi'> April 15, in the school house. It
( ,I.-guldi April as soon as the present school] 1..mi!
of the Clay Electr" devotional pnirtni;I will be a night meeting and there
manager ttntiled. the .
is over and housing can bi '" '.' 1 1OF WE
will be a hobby show in connec
Redtearn Ke: a
Cooperative w as elected presidentof and MrHuntly '( 113E.
the Keystone Rotary Club at review "' the lfth ,''haptl': III thl !timi with it. Prizes will be given K K M'l'I'LIES
the exhibits.
'11''I' best

-u The Woman's Club will hold a 01' ALL KINDS CALL
DELIVER
i ll'll) i budge and canasta! party

111 the club house on Tuesday. AT STREET

LEE'S DRIVEIHEATREI April I1): at 8p. .m, Admission will iutAiroiii co. TFJJGKAPI:

be .">0e.
nTln r. or ,,'i IN: 'i'ION 'l"UII.ISIIK These Prices Good Thru
4 4 Tuesday April 1, a group of :: : Fit'IItini"'I \vii: Wednesday. April 16
!' friends :: with .Notin;; I I- llM.l.v, I tarn 'b, 'i' I *
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ; 1 surprist'dIrs. Seipe mult-igned iiml. r ih'p. ',",v, ,t \\ h 1tE ER1 r THfc RK.IIT TO I.MIT (Jl .\\ ITII-s
] i birthday party. Guests broughtthe Chain l :-I' ',:, : I 1..i II' "I FI II'' i I
4 I ,.f 1'Ml will -I. 1'k, --- .. .' .- .. .. ... .
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W r.Neeeee.ee..n. .eeenerefeee eeeefe 1 birthday cake with th 'm. __ ,, _. -' -' -- '- ? '' _O
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4 There were two tables of canasta. I'.r.iil ril i "''nit t r' i'!I. Ita '
FKI. SAT.APRIL 11. 12 'n i. i' i' i in ,n
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4 Prizes were won by Mrs. Ewing of th- i n"i illELECT. f ,, I "litI Grade A Cudahy Sliced LB. Ballard's 5 LBS.
and Mrs. Frank Walrath Sr.

DETECTIVE STORY 4 4 Mrs P F. Holl of Pittsburgh, I

.. Pa. visiting Dr. and Mrs. HollMr I

Kirk Douglas, Eleanor Parker, Wm. Hendk? 4 4 :: and Mrs. Murphy, who have

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SUN., MON., TUES. APRIL 13: 14, 15 4 Keystone Lake have gone north GENE


Adventures Of Captain Fabain 4 Mrs Al Nelson was called last I

week to Greensboro :-.l. C. by the ..- ,
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Errol Flynn, Micheline Prelle, Vincent Price I illness of her father. He died on LONGzP -. -. -- .. -- ..- .-.-.-. --- -- -. .. _'--.' ;

..j Thursday! April 3.
< Mrs. Gaige who lived for a time
WED. T1IUR. APRIL 16, 17 = -
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I at the Inn, and later moved to a 1

I home on Lake Geneva, died Thursday PEACHES
THE SELLOUT 4 I :
of last week. : 29cGrade
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Mrs G. Wiggins has gone. tiGreer :

E Walter Pidceon, John Hodiak, Audrey Trotter S. C. to bring back her I

t I daughter, Anne, who has N.en

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visiting there.Keystone 00_ _-- -' '
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now has a Ju.stir. .1.1r i !

r the Peace.V.. P \Vil-on has Just Colored In 1-4's A Lge. Shipped

me. .. I be<'n notified of his appointment



# Sv. \. \,S- oonin VD time I X'incent'Hospital to Ith\\fill'district. L.an Reynolds unexpired of Clay, who in County.term JaeksonxilU was fur in thi St F '' Oleo Lb.,. 7 C E CC S 4 C



Q I for a few days is home now and

teio wring I II

.' I MIS Stitchberry, who has been

m .ii Ri\eisidc Hospital is expected I .. doz.
'ionic soon.' '- ...- .. -.: w : c- '_- .. ''' '' : < :t.---: : :,"-: ', -_ : __- .I' "-- -_ _- '="':'-::':_ :')

Thenhas been considerable

,ntHiU on Keystone Lake in the C

naM tfw days. Property owners'' Sno Tip

>n I the south side of the lake han
I.aily Borden Pistachio Alaska
nan! atul pumped in to make wide SALMON 4
Nut Ice Cream Lose at
.;and bt"aches.11 the occupied
first fight. Then the fpooning 'I' YOUR TAX 22's Can
property on the south and mucht
Marts. Get this taste delight
that on the: east has been done I

-to different-no creamy It I ihoped that when the ownerrj I ASSESSORaggressive ,". .- .... oI . ,..
rich in the round -
Burgundycolored .
.. ot the few vacant lots can be con. -. .. -. -- -- .. .. -- -- -- .. .- '' -
package r tatted that these also will be done Garden Sweet
Libby's
Lady Borden is always making a continuous' sand bl'a'h.1!

available in Vanilla, .- Ward Dredging ('0. is doing the '!
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Chocolate and Straubtrry.Bstachio.. work |'I' honest Weiners35c 303 7

"---::::: Mi and Mr*. P. H. Haskms whc |I qualifiedA PEAS

i recently moved to Ocala were backin M Can

KeyttomHeights for the weekend -
LADY BORDEN Taxpayer who is Tax-

: Conscious who will

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1 Robert Mitchum discharge the duties -- -. .. .. .. .. -.- .. -, -, - ., .. ..- __ _"0h -'.. .. '."_,
this office in a sincere

Brut Stars In 'Racket' and impartial marner.I Setzer's "Breakfast Cup"COFFEE


Will Show At ParkI'IIllItlllg will be at your service

at all times and take Drip orRegular

ICE CREAM' up the I'onnel'llon b. every opportunity to express -

twtiii rune: and piotettion. "ThrIal'k..t" my appreciation for
starting Hubert :\litl'hum. 61
confidence.
n. Bul.it. your
LiZdbeth Siott and Robert. Ryan LB.Borden's .
will 1>t> shown at the Park Theatre I will welcome and respect -

Sunday and Monday. your vote and sup

the of .. _..
Reversing type rules they -- --
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usually play, Mitchum port.d\t:
( Tol. adx. paid for 1 II>'

r We BecomeA5t a whereas crook-hating Ryan is police ca-t aa laptam big Gene Long) p "Oven Ready"Biscuits BAKERY SPECIALS

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time gangster Miss Scott I' s.n J


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l people the most responsive whenever andwherever irijI' Armour's Picnic EASTIIEIR"H'A'M m CAKES pkg. of 6 ? 0cDECOKATEI

.need, suffering and misfortune ) ( I Ii I1 *
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1 Experienced This is'"because S A&erica., 'we have for HAMS S Ik i: f" Cinnamon Rolls pkg. ? Qc

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development through individual and collective lb 35c ) / "ROZEN/III ion DELICIOUS .
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When :Government Becomei'Dispensei: of E. /
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Chari tYt rthe Citizen Loses His Freedom:Ability Shank Half or WholeHAMS (.II Et--

and Initiative to Help Those in Need1! fIt > 'r k1i BEANS C

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Use Your Bank Champion o/ Your Liberties. Sl'ftAR


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Butt Portions lb. LEAF
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MN. FLORIDA at STARKEIllemDtr I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA
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VAGE rUIDAY, APRIL IIiladys .l ,I'i ... .
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-- - i Neill-Andrew? \ lisjs Houpt To \Ved Wiggins-Neal 1{ .!t'hes for some hair tonic he 1 the past week that \\"-.- h..".. hl R.rhgs ftirtne"i I ii'; .

'''I'd'' a bottle lah->>--j T., "
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1 I I''r)' ;test Mr- Ca': : it '. + 1l' ,
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:Miss! McRae And Jr. Club Dinner p : .. 1'j ', -t :lIr' ": -' 4 \: '-, \ t ,r' t n 1vedne

For Members '"IM! !;.. ,,'hi I' ';.1.i '. ';'. : .Ir\ . Mr. Conner Are '1 :11(, 11! .. : ..... .
i't'l llnl.r ? hi"nii .lI 1:11: > M-t >h I i .,, 1'I
Held NightThe '., ,i HeJ T ::' '..' I
Honored At Party Monday I ; icklanh : j h :.'I.r .;. 111.I n i '" .1 t11. V (', '
.' ot -_ .-::. ;'r'' .. .' "hil!,. ,
: .1' r : : tnd. 'rile. :' >1'1! !i"-eij l h'lUiil }f' 'rL'

Miss Louise Stern entertained at regular monthly meeting: : .'i.tr 1 join! '. \ t ..r: sp[ t ::1: : i 'I' :: ., ,IS !, i ir
a delightful party at her ihome and fashion show of the Jump! \ .'ptl..n w !>' i 1.1.:: ,, j ,:. ilthn i\ !"I. : (;.ll 1, I".k ,,".1\: :: \:, ,treks 1 Issue; Hi lie M II,I'! ,'i'. Ill; .

Sunday evening honoring Miss Woman s Club was held Monda\ !ht .\i.( ,. '>na' ',\1'1 utd'i, Im tt; ., I ?; .', H bin'ii1! ;he "'ii -' :' ll" : 1 ,I .

Marian McRae and Glen Conner evening at the club house. .j' '1", ('hlb .::1 l iMVu.n.l !. .: the > 'rii.I\\dl.t 11\t'r :' "' 11\ .' i .." n_ h.i -' it r. iO t ; go ..\,f ." l..' \

whose marriage will be an event Preceding the meeting a dm 1 : ri.ht: :! \\ hr' i..v'tTe .',"' .. !? t .tit" b.' I' ((11'11.1 I.' a'IL t -

of Easter Sunday. Guests include ner was held honoring the following \ d, "I I the "''"pdt' 'u'r inWilkinsonBryan when! thep: :. t i\-ni.tn should i ha\. : oil '.' I',,,r 1 I.'nh i'! .: It, \I.!':" : :)"' '.

the Presbyterian Youth Fel new members: Mrs Mack I't, .d picked *! ."'ii] up but he sot drunk tome b> M t:!.'1'''! ., Co, \ i \ H. \, :\1:,:..

lowship and the party followed Futch, Mrs. Doyle Hazen, Mr Mr and M\" r D NeW .t nj| thiln t r think about rescuing chew she led' watch "in Hti.mijoreltes .- allll 1\\: I 'O\\ !::

their Sunday evening meeting.The Steve Simmons Mrs J. T. Moon Indepemlen \I), n, I" Mi and M'S! Ori' Uiggms ,11 them until Monday A M the\ : you to got a s-\! ..t! ::11 t1 ilk ;,, -t. I

group enjoyed a musical! and Mrs. Charley Cowen. The engagement' "D !I.' .g'. noiini the engagement of their were on a weekend fishing trip at the wolf falls dull \\nn.! wt- ''' .

quiz and group singing. Buffet tables were beautifully decorated Shirk \ t" .I I I LAd. .. -''.'I :Mi and Mis Arthur Wilkinson daughur. Peggy Ann. to Don Neel. the Andrews ramp on the river rightfully given ti the .1.! f ,,-._ ,\.- .

refreshments were served from an with spring flowers and the Easter airy. Susan:; c .Vidu-. s ,,:.,,1 i ;i:- oi Maxulle announce the marriage son of Mrs. Fred Mason of Keyof with Jacqueline Moorer and Mural little bathing beauties BettLoi 'ru '

attractively appointed table which motif was carried out with place late Scott V. Audi t'1,1 t Staikt their daughter. Margaret Mary. .tone Heights and the late A O Gardner and children Chief and Mary Kath..t1Jt''aIO\\ right long I h.

was centered with an arrangement cards and nests with Easter eggs Miss Neill is a graduate of to Sgt. Ralph P. Bryan Jr., son of Neel The wedding date will bl' Pickett reports two minm tuein Peggy Heinleisnn KI""n T>igu--: rl,

of roses and larkspur. MrsV. E. Dowling, president Graceland College and Mr. Andrews Mrs. Palmer Williams of Starke announced later.

Miss McRae was presented witha Presided over the business meeting is now employed III Padu- and Ralph P. Bryan Sr., al-o of

in which the following com kah Ky. Starke The marriage took plate \\ \ITJ I 19on
piece of her chosen crystal from Rally April
ner hostess as a memento of the mittees and chairmen for the ensuing The wedding will take pla-v in March 21 at Kingsland, Ga. Swift Premium, small size Smoked t .f

occasion. year .were announced: May. The WMU rally will be held a'

library committee. Patsy Silcox. Lioness Club Pine Grove Church; GameMiltFnda :
Miss Stern was assisted! in servo
and
Edith Biggs Jewell Xoegel 19 beginning at 1''
Circles Of WSCS \ Apr.
ing her guests by her mother,
Lillian Stump; membership, Elsie Members of the LionessClub ,\ \\ Luncheon will be served to' / \ /
Mrs.I W A. Stern. Hazfn; International relations Met Tuesday will meet in the Lion's Den at the hostess church MlVMl' ., hAMS VVV<3ZS -i'fa V*

Ernestine Denmark: finance: j..')0 I) link!. Thursllay'ellll1 II, g<'d| to attend. s fe1 '
Doris Knight Circle Jewell Noegel; social, Nookie Methodist W. S. C S. circle- Apt IT lui a ..O\'t'n.tl.hsh -upp 'tat
I Fowler: health Jane Trawick; have held their Apnl meetings tin MiT'ttis Olsoll11': Chi} !
-egiilai' monthly rusting
:
Met Tuesday publicity, Lillian Stump: hospi past twot'ks }H.sts-., I till the \ei.i, :\ ; ,II') 1 l''ikei ..lIdhs: O.ilS, \1]I LB. c i
tality, Xorma Jean Adams: house. The lovely new' h":1.: of Mir-: 55
The I puns' Knight circle of the .
'
Edith Biggs; religion Barbara W. E. Toiode un \\ Madis,!: -
Church met eve
Baptist Tuesday
Mitchell; American Home. Selet street was the nieeung place "

ning. Apr. 1 at the educational ta Thomas; music Louise Stern; Circle; 1 on Tuesday morning, Apr
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building with 21 members and
Parliamentarian Evelyn Stump. 1. Mrs. Pauline Toiode served a- rccU4cstAhLtdJrThe y
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reven visitors present. I'rin In this ad efh'dih'
The president introduced Miss cohostess Lovely sweet peas :sell! 1
Mrs T. K. McClane, presidedover Evelyn Stump, speaker of the evening gladioli were used in decoration thru Sal. \pi I 11:! y

the business meeting. Mrs. : who talked on "What It Mrs. Lloyd Faber gave the devotion ....- r

J. T. Lawson led the devotions. To Be A Junior ClubWoman' on Peace.
Means _
I the St. ,< I- I"hi' -
!las. t. ;
The program "Hawaiians Arc Mrs L. A. Davis circle deader Efistoi bimin! :is busy hiding Uailt + | .

Americans Too" was in charge of I Mrs. Del Colley served" ar I presided over the business session multicolor eggs foi aeries of ll1ellll.llal on Tuesday :'."

Mrs. One Wiggins, who was accompanied fashion coodinator for the style Plans were made for the lower: children S parties planned for the' to bear Lucy White had l '" '11'01.! Swifts Premium Ib.

by six members of the show which followed the regular for the church for Easter Sunday remainder of the week in fact he go an appendectomy n: S' .\, PEANUT ROll L 69C

circle. Crepe paper leis made of, meeting, while Miss Louise Stern and for the month of APril. Airs started hiding them last Sundaywht'u cent's hospital la..t'I.k !i Boneless

all colored paper were given to all I played incidental music duringthe Leslie Biggs was welcomed as anew the Baptist Story Hour Sara Williams is working! II'' 1'

present. at the meeting. Joan I show. Taking part as model: member. Mrs T. II. Slade invited group held an advanced Easter Jacksonville Western Tnioi !" <
,
Silcox Helen Hainea and the Lee during the WU strike -
afternoon
were: Elsie lIazf:>n. Xorma Jean the circle to spend the day party Tuesday the
sisters sang special music accompanied I Adams. Helen Kartsoms, Patsy in her. Kmgsley Lake home for City Park was the scene of the you noticed! tho-r '1\. < '

. by Ed Parker on the guitar.: Silcox. Nancy DuPre. Betty Dea.s: the May meeting Refreshmentsweie Baptist Primary. Easter egg hunt ornate screen dust, .; F/o./ Dressed and Drawn lb.

The hostesses, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard I,, Sara Torode, Garnita Parker served by the hostesses the Baptist Beginners group Magnolia Hotel .\, hul P FRYERS F E S 47C
"
Mrs. Riley Wasdin and Mrs : Margaret Coram. Martha Yancey had their Easter party at Martha with the'* big: yell.u.'ipeacocks \ < It 11)1) : .1
Denver Devrick served refre h.1 Katherine Carlisle Sandra John- Circle 2 met Monday April 7, at Yancey's Thursday afternoon and
I 3 o'clock at the home of Mis I. P Cont..ly! !tn all i uon1 n"- '
the
ments during the social hour II II Linda Johns JoAnn Slade Marcia Baptist Nursery department ---.'" _I 1IU _
I Shepherd with 20 members Rhoda Daiiipu) i w'ardl1- L. '
I I II Kay Hazen. Martha Wood and pre.ntand will!! have an egg hunt at 3 clock .
modelled two visitors Mrs. Ben Boon Saturday afternoon at Shirley arm in a cast se| s.t\s abut :.Id -
Masonic They
Landrum.
Lodge clothes Martha from Barksdale's LeUa's.Robtins' of Jackson. Tenn and Mrs. Hoff Point's Mrs (Curt Maloiip'- I ( ouldn t !lo< ate !h j' t d" Rival each

To Have BanquetBradford Smart Shop and Stump'sUDC meister. first graders are having an Easter to find out % nat that! uwe t DOGFO F 0 0 1 OC

f Spring flowers were u.sd a. party on the school groundtin:- '11 just haws; !T" t UM 1,". '

Lodge No. 35 F & I decorations. After a short business afternoon and so is 1ladge1)td1l' lor it 11.I I 'h.t'! : !' TNollmai .

A M will have a banquet at the I: Entertained session held by the chairman Mrs ton' class going to enjoy a pit'nil .'. ill! tlmilili' t61:"> > I' i ii ,' ,

American Legion Hall Friday By Mrs. BeasleyThe II. M Richarde. Mrs. T. G. lunch and Easter egg hunt toda\ lIn'III-! ,' i 1" i'1 '' !h, -- -

Apn1 1Mb at 7 p.m. All Mast*'I Mitchell led in prayer. the Presbyterian Sunda) tilt lilt I I .11111" .' \' .

Masons. and their wave* and monthly business and historical Mrs Titus Olson gave an inspiring school group had their Easter Nutley colored and quarters Ib.

Eastern Star members atiJ their I mel'Ungof the W T devotional and Mrs. E. K. patty and egg hunt:on the chun r OLE 0 19C

husbands are fo-dially invited Weeks chapter. U. D. C.. was held. Perryman gave an interesting grounds Thursday afternoon .UN'

Those planning on attending please I in the home of Mrs O. L. BeaslejWednesday ':reading on "A Crusade Scholai Saturday afternoon there will he DPEU
I afternoon of last \\'t'ek: : Had a dream". FL-: _
C. I i two egg hunts the MethodistSunday
notify A. Futch. Secretary by
with Mrs. L. G. Powell, chapter A dessert course was servedduring school group will meet at LSTARKE j

Apnl 15 president, presiding. the social hour. the church at 2:30: in the aftei Fri Sat. 11.1:
i In the absence of Mrs E K noon and all will go to the Nelson! Apr. Kim Evap. Skimmed Tall Cans
Perryman, Mrs. L. A. Davis acted Circle 3 met at the home ol Greens for an Easter egg hunt !nOrBlIFE.Tl) : UK MILK 3 11C
routine duties Mrh. A. F Sauls Monday after
After ,
as secretaiy and the Episcopal Sundaychic'! BLONDIE TAKESA
the observance noon. Api 7. Mrs L. D. Green
made for
DRESS-UP plans were group will have their egg hunt I Memorial SmceAplil presided in the absence of the VACATION
Day.
of
the grounds of the Parish House
26. the regular Sou herr. leader Mrs. A. Z. Adkint Mrs. C \rthm UiUind
starting at 2:30: IVnnMnjjMon A
Memorial date, comes on Saturdayand '" E. Hernwall gave a lovely devotion
I i would not allow the ptivilegc on Easter Meditations MIS. A On our birthday taleml.ii' I thi.- \ Florida Ib.I
; Wood article front the week we want to extend orchid THE NEVADAN bag
1 of the presence of the school pupilsit gave an ORANGES 8 3C
World Outlook. "N'eighboi ir. to Thomas Moore who ( eltbratedhis
was decided to have the program Wit Randolph Scott .
on Friday morning. Apri!! Japan". Mrs C. D. William gave 60th anniversary last Sundayand .1l-o Serial S'art.otnSun.
the sharing birthday honor were
School some interesting highlights on
25. at the Bradford High
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stadium. In the afternoon the recent conference held in Jacksonville his son. Nelson and daughter .. :Mon. Apr. I 13,11:
Edith. Edna Stone was a -ni-'
Mrs. Williams is a state
and
any
members of the chapter
Easter SpecialsCurlte friends wishing to go. will deco officer in the conference and was prised gal Sunday evening w her THE RACKET and I lb. cans
in the circle. her boss and his wife Steve and PORK BEANS 2 19c
rate the graves of all soldier a visitor
buried in Crosby! Cemetery with The hostess served sandwn'he- Ruth Simmons, and the Kodl t HuM Mitdiuni. Klizalwth: Scott

I flags and flowers. and coffee drug staff gave her 'i birthday \1.4) :\1'C UrtoonTus.
party she received so many love
I The headquarters building ir .. 1.) O\L\:\ .- -
& Sewell ly gifts and the -am grout Apr. -
Richmond, Va. which is to be ? Miss UnderhilliVedsi1r.
:
gave a birthday party Mar 2Stt-

SPRING SUITS !I South memorial was to discussed the Women and of donations the i KiteMiss for Mark Baggett Edna Sullivan MR DEEDSGOES lona Flour Jane ParkerSibs.

who celebrated her tilt th
for building the same planned TO TOWN
: Barbara Jean Vnderhil'and day Tuesday was entertain' <.1! at
II Mrs. Davis read an interesting
Perry Kite. .Ir exchangedvows : a family Inner party thate \\ ilh Jeanrlliui'
to letter in regard to the HOT CROSS
21.50 36.50 Wednesday evening, April 2,, ning by Lula Mae Mills N< ws %v ( ariuiiiifd. .
and
memorials to Robert E. Lee 35C
: at 7 o'clock in Folkston. Ga. Officiating
F D.
Key of the A A. Pis
Stonewall Jackson which are to bt mgr.
the double ring ceremony \\ .. Thur. .\pr. I li.t 'jnormE
I I at putting out a call for all lefthanded
erected in the Cathedral in Wasiiington I
I 1'E.1Ti'ItEGambling : 9
of
Cecil Conner.The
was Judge pkg.
men bowling enthu.siastto
D. C. 25C
Stetson & Etch'son Ii, During the social hour the bride is the daughter; ol join his team sorry to hear House Ibs. BUNS
Mrs. Mildred Latham of Philadelphia.
and Tom
I hostess served refreshments.! ol f Nancy Dally Smith art \' dur :Mature Tf'rQ'IIHlrl': 1 10 61C
Pa and Ted Underhill
STRAW HATS I L confined with the mumps set' AndSubmarine
selected for net -
Gainesville She
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young Steve Weldon is home onleave
St. Mark's Auxiliary wedding a white linen suit coin and Buddy Faxon i it BaseJohn Staley.

2-95 to 7.95 Plans Egg HuntThe plemented with a floral hat anc I home for the Easter holiday from Little andIan Baxter Ibs.I Waffle Syrup 12 oz. 20c
,
pink and white accessories. Lakeland and .
Avon Park hear Also l..att't S 1'\\c 25 $1.63
regular monthly meeting of i Mr. Kite is the son of Mr UK I Mrs. Paul Bndg- look her fourth:

I St. Mark's Auxiliary was held': Mrs. Perry Kite of Stark, Hi ,

I Monday afternoon in the parish: and his bride are making thenhome T---------' CORN TARCH. 15cMaleys

hou!'e. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan in Starke.Thomas .

opened the meeting with prayer. I n' at DUCKY'SOriginal j 50 Ibs. $152 I'aas LaterEGG

A short devotional was read by J.Moore

Miss Clara Leaman. t DYES 15c and 25
Honored On Birthday 1 a ,
During the business session it ,
I I .
was asked that all members btingold t I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLo
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t I 1 I Thomas J. Mooie was honoied! 'I hortening
clothes, shoe, school supplies,I II :
at a delightful family picnic t
etc. to the guest SNOWDRIFT 3 lbs. 89c
parish -
I quilt house scraps next Monday afternoon. Sunday home in afternoon Heilbronn at Spring the :Moon('<'..It'I :, Mighty MidgetPURSES :, Choy Chinese Foods _

These articles are to be sent
beating his SOth birthday annivcr'sary ,t r Toilet Snap KeL fee
through the church to the needyin i 1 i
Japan. Also sharing honor. were I 1 Chinese DINNERS 59c SWEETHEART, 3 for 25t
his son. Nelson, and daughtei. t 1
There will be: an Easter egg 1 1
: Edith, whose birthdays also fell As advertised in Life for the Kiddies 1
School Saturday

hunt for the Sunday
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Florsheim and I afternoon at 2:30 pm on the 6th and 7th respectively 1, BEAN SPROUTS 15c \jn
I A bountiful picnic dinner wa 12
CLEANSER
members asked tc can -
Crosby Square : Auxiliary are spread on the four tables set uf $1-00 upS i
bring one dozen colored eggs for -
CHOP SUEY 35c
1 in the yard. t -
this event. 1 - -
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Lots More Su SPORT SHOES Among the 150 guests were Mr 1 1i

i! Silver Plans Tea were to be completed held next for Thurs the Moore's seven children and 1* i John m's & Schraffb 4' Picture That XErEaster \, : TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFlagler SUDS, Ige. box 29c

grandchildren. : BOXED i
i day afternoon, Apnl 17, from \ t 4' :


9.95 to 1695ALVAREZ ,' to It 6 p.m.was decided to change th e : Beta Sigma Phi j Candies ;> Easter Frock j,1 Dried Beans Toilet SoapOCTAGON, 3 bars 21c

meeting day back to the first t: The Beta Sigma Phi -i>ront\ j1

Monday of the month, from th e will hold its bimonthly meeting at : : t Baby LIMAS, 12 oz. pkg. 12c Toilet 1egulag liar
Shall
second Monday. At the conclu Mural Gardner 135 to 4.00 3
the home of Mrs : We Have the Film ; Cashmere Bouquet 3 for 25c
sion of the business session an interesting Monday evening.Executive .4k. -
program on the United!I : i iOUCKY'Si Large LIMAS, 24 oz. pkg. 31 c


''Thanks I bv Mrs. Fred Offering Orr. was presente I Board A & P FOOD STORE

i Vel Marvelous SUDS 30c
STORE ': During the social hour refresh The executive meeting of t'.t:

meats were served by the hostes','' Woman's Missionary Union will b. The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea <

Established lS9i Mrs. Ben Rowland, assisted bMrs. y held at the Brooker Baptist church i Regular liarPalmolive Entire Contents Copyrighted.

Stanley Noegel and Mrs I.' Friday afternoon, Apr. 11 at 2 ,: GO TO CHLRCH SUMAY ,: SOAP, 3 for 25c 300 East Call St.

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Attending the {;. of F. symphony'' MrA C. Harden an I MrO! ETHEL REVIV.VL
o\.v! .-
THANKS Mr. Fraser ( R L Let
concert in Gainesville Wednesday L. IJea-ley returned to Ta".r.1 \\ .:'" ,
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even: :- .1 ( oldul.1.! u'i"
evening of last week were Charles their weekend guests:; t'i. (I' (C --er\u, will! beir:;: :, Slid;: .,, ,
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Kirkland. Mr-. R. S. Fernandezand Hoppts: fur a ftw day yap; 1 .." Bethel !r.\: 1.si

her house guests from Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. T. J. Gi.tfin: M! -> '.;" \.1. "" I' ;."t" -

Mr and Mrs. Emilio:' Annie Darby andtr (C,." i a \,IIIIIlt.u'hlh I
:: : :Se: : \ s "\
Calies. Dr. and :Mrs Warren Kauf- Ritch visited the Stephen }-' -' I\\H\ \\ ritirold II' ,
NEWSSenator !'.',_ :."pii t i''mt> til-. i i ,
THE .. 'I
C.IN mmn. Mrs. Frank Hoover Mr. and Memorial on Sunday. They -

sits;, G E. Miller and son, Jack, visited in Lloyd on Thur-dn: ,''I i ,.
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and Mrs. Ada Alexander and Miss ] last week. --

!li :M\, ''hews:; ot Alexander. Mrs. Kaufmann i MrBen and lh.I':1: r Two JIundred'ears Old/
: : '.. (Cul" 1'.n.wl ll! and Jack Miller members of Ben and Joyce, of Jackson. T 'nn 1. i rr.t mutual ,
1..3 mother, Mrs Annie Pet tit <.t! { "llota'i"! ': ; are < 1 insurant I nntan> was 'luiin.l. i \! '. .
Oii.'iiville; : to Tampa Saturday for of tark,-, ,<,n \iSiting) "5j.'t. Iatht'ws' the symphony, playing in the violin j I who are spending a munt'i: with a 4 .f :: I; iMatmn! ranklin. \Miimuiaimjj tini n I '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy section. Mrs. Boone's )11'n :
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.. check-up. parents parents mimlirr ul
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People to pay\ the losses 'I i 1.hr I.
Mr and Mrs. John Deas and Mathews in Palatka, and his Mrs. Wm. Phillips and daughter. Mrs. O. W. White, Sr., spini th.' t l bait rmiiplc established h l \ Kiant.h i ,, .
Sue and Martha, !spent trother-in-law: and sister. Mr. and Marsha, of Jacksonville spent the weekend with Mrs. Boone bintherinlaw "
daughters. h'
: "itr great mutual .ryaiii/.iti. \\,. ,
the weekend with the senior Deas Mrs.V.. E. Dowling while on fur- past week with Mrs.' M. C. Ford. and sister Mr. aHI11.: Ui I' .
at Jennings. lough.Mr.. Mrs. Phillips is the former Dolores C. W. Savage in Jacksonville! .: '. sane lit the ','.fitHI> Mutual Fire \ t a MMU! i. m,, .

Mr and Mrs. II. S. Hazen of and Mrs. W. II. Andrewsof Creekmore of Starke and whose Mr. and Mrs. Eric Arm-nun nt, atr \ r .i, .,nd tall pleasure' in |I'arllllll.ltllll' i| ,: m this "I"1(1.( t ;

Center Hill were Sunday guests of Jacksonville were Saturday husband, Pfe. Phillips is stationedin Orlando were overnight guests:; S..1: -* r ": :. ? i ,.n. .

the L. O. Hazens. visitors of Mr and Mrs. A. T. Australia. ': urday of Mrs. Laura Moseleuvl l : J. 0. (Jerry) Gay Insurance

}Ir. and Mrs. J. E. Hildebranand Andrews. Miss Ruth Edwards, R N. of St. also visited Mrs. Ruth John l1n. the ; Agency \

children and Mrs Kwell Law- Mr anu Mrs. Can w nue. Jr. of Luke's Hospital spent the weekend Charles Wades and other fi.,'n-ls! > : '"' N t hurl! 'l. Starki- IMiom -, ., ..

son and son, Jimmy, were shopping Coral Gables spent the weekend with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Guy here on Sunday. t

in Jacksonville Saturday. with Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Edwards.Mrs. Mrs. Wilbur Scott spent the i '
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Mrs. Addie Hardy and Mr. and and Don Ray Tilley. Emma Knight of Americus, weekend in Deland visiting her '

Mrs. W. H. Bryan and children of Mrs. James A. Griffin spent last Ga. was a recent visitor of her sister Jfrs. Walter Glatzau. I'I: :M ,'. I ,

Gainesville were visiting Mr. and week in Lakeland visiting friends sister-in-law, Mrs. W. J. Epperson I Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wimberh <>i THE: PAKK: .\Tll'ICTIO.N( (.t\DIITTt.t. "

! Mrs. Charles Hardy on Sunday.Mr. and relative1' Sr.Mr I Winter Haven and Miss Pat "'1111- Club views with pleasure some :200) fine n/i.:< t i, EASTER
and Mrs. Prescott Gill. and of D. C. will be
berly Washington.
and Mrs. Don Champion of Klorsheiin \ ('rll..lly Square nated to the club for this purpose by E't 1 \l.n I F1 i" '
Mrs J. D. Doyle took Mr! Fay the weekend guests of the Nelson
Ocala are visiting Mrs. Champion's :SKirt| Shoes, $! .95; to !ii Ifi.!!) at ,\IrlUZ States Nursery. Macclenny Mr. Fraser :.tl.so g.i'\, ", se1Yai
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gill to Charlotte M. C. over the Green family.Mr. I
parents \'.\ : STORF.: of peat to be used in setting the plants out Member "I: : ,.
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Hartmann this week. weekend to visit her daughter.Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Herlong of Iff JiIif
Mr and Mrs; R. A. Colson and :: J. F. Robb.Mr. Jacksonville spent the early partof tee in picture are Mrs. Gail Mathews Mrs. F. F Stump. M\!! \\ I: 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and i
daughter, Margaret, spent the ear :: and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and the week with Dr. and Mrs. M. Morse, club president. Mrs E. L. Matthews, and Mrs l.iiu- s \ i 1. i'
children visited Mrs.
Hardy's -
parents ly part of the week visiting their daughter, Nancy, were visiting B. Herlong. At left is Councilman I' L. Bridges who with the tt':t t\ !.t
O. W. in
Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Brooker cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Cortney relatives in Live Oak on Sunday. Friends of J. F. Jaudon will regret azaleas out Tuesday afternoon in the pat k on Chin ,-'i'\ Sti. :Mi
on Sunday.
Stewart in Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. Misses Carolyn Edwards. Pat to hear of the death of his Fraser also recently donated .shiubbeifm- the new Mit'i.and .-d! .' KOCH'SNationally
\\1ten you care t'nollJ'h.t'nlt: J. A Christmas and chil- Sieg, Ann Johns and Shirley brother Glen Jaudon. who died city Hall.
best Hallmark Eastercards.
tht+ very dren, Kay and Edward, and Mr. Shaw were shopping in Jacksonville Saturday in. Tampa. Mr and Mr-
Kullington: wlio A: Gift
and Mrs. C. T. McCrary were visit- Saturday. Jaudon were in Tampa from Si''
Shop (tf) ing in Brunswick, Ga. on Sunday Warrant Officer and Mrs. R J. urday to Monday. Regulations Changed F or Seasonal UnitsIn Advertised Cosmetics

Mrs! H. B Montgomery and Mrs. I while Mr Christmas was in At Andrews and daughter. Barbara Friends of Jesse Smith will regret Critical Defense Housing Areas

W J. Chandler left Sunday for the lanta. Ga. with the National Guard Jean, are in Ozark, Ala. this week to hear that he received a .

former's home in Griffin, Ga. where convoy.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. An- telephone call from his family in \ i, ) <''' tha' r- Max 1'.1,1(1'

Mrs. Chandler will visit for two and Mrs. Heibert Green drews. Perry Tuesday telling of the heart '' !; l ; ] !"' 'soil be i 161 mi,. "' I", I ..

weeks. visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selley in Mr and Mrs. Howard Douglasand attack and death of his father. for 1 ntiit-ly if it ii|.,." I I.t-nlhcti..

Mr and Mrs. L. A. Brown of' Fernandina on Sunday.} Mrs. J. two children of Brooker and Mrs C. W. Collimjwood of Baltimore oiulition- ,) -

Gainesville were Sunday afternoon H. Fields ompanied' them as far Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas were Md. is vIsiting her son-in- \' If :h. ;I''?'', ,II u ../ '. \ardlt.\

:nests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bal' as Baldwin where she visited her Sunday visitors of their parents. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs E came ; -t- is! i,..1! 't.i, hi,' I II .,

foot. sister, Mrs. R. E. Tanner. Mr and Mrs J. K. Douglas. T Kreiner They plan to spend the "" I II ,I 1'" '" : I"I',I II I::' o! rl r "r. 1rt Ehlahl'th \iii.n i ,: :,

Mr. and Mrs. James Deaver are MrMary Dally and Miss Thcl- Lowell Douglas! left :Monday for Raster weekend with Mr. and Mrs. <\ \ r rt',' \\0',1:, i i.. ,' 11 h, ;j Elmo

in Detroit Mich this week takinjr ma Green had as guests on Sun- San Antonio Tt'xas'h tt' he has Ira Barrow in New Smyrna. on the t base..' : : t I'd .f/ -:J.:

in a pharmaceutical tour sponsoredby I| Mr. and MrJoseph Marronof joined< i day. s KM (Olo IN! .1') fir il- ,10..i ''':,: ,t u .
A Ktcltisi.it: HatS -, '
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Parke-Davis Co. Mr. Dnaver, a Jacksonville.! Mr. and Mrs. Jos- guests la-t Friday and Saturday said. ri : previuii12 1 ir..nth- ",! .. --;'
'!'Jr! |In , Mrs T. J. Thomas of Valdosta Ga. .
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senior at U. of F., is studying eph Marron. Jr. and son. Jeff of tieal i .. 'ipplv( tip .!.: l Tabu
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pharmacy.Mr. South Carolina and Mrs Emma. and Mr>. Emily Faver of Miami. t fur a
Mr and Mr- Riley Wa.-din and Mrs. .1. Mitchell and Mrs. W. Hevlon
and Mrs. Harry Mooty and j Creech of St. Augustine daughter were in Jacksonville Saturday nand Under t t1., ;'t't.;t. ':1 i,! r :', ,?: lovelierhappier
II. Nollman entertained at a buffet -
daughter Gerry, spent Sunday Mr and :Mrs J. T. Kinchen and .
landl
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shopping. of last i-< r ;ng -ea-n'ul: :' 'i-ing\ Old Spin
wilh their cousins, the Milton St. family of Jacksonville., weekend supper Thursday evening during .
in emu',il ,
M; and Mrs. Jesse Newsome week for Mr and Mrs T. H. Mc- 'urns at i- gIi.\ .1 i
Peters at the Tatters cottage on guests 01 Mi tint :MrMIT: mand .
t"r th.- Easter Coly
.md daughter. Evelyn and son Neill. r 'gi- I property, I \ >! +?

Lake Geneva. rill Edwards i john were visiting in Jasper Dr. and Mrs R. P. Stubbing T. off- :; : local ii' a 1'1.n' (ottii' ,> h. '.''I'1, ,t

T-iiiisday of last week. T. Long and Mrs Guy Andrews ed at 16. .\ form| )is; /pio\id-i| '!'i\ ilwhi ::: -- -

The] Friendship Bible class of the motored to Live Oak Saturday to haps h allc\\s th.1:1 1 : <11",01, 1 ,. ...

!I': ,'byterian Church entertained ata hear Guy Andrews candidate for If just what 11.-:; rent + t''t ''I, 1 1) GIFTS FRMEN

BLANDING DRIVE-IN surprise farewell and covered Congress talk before a large such months !ruin! Sep' 1 :!" '!I 'I "'I. I )


Neill: last Friday evening at the The R. C Dampiers had a!* and the property. lor '' .T I. ei I a

Dedicated M\ies Arelietter McNeill home on W. Madison guests over the past weekend Mrs.J. :; a method I Is |1'1'0\1.1| | t,.. -' dd'1 l f Rod & Reels{ IWI'I I {'tif t

Community THEATRE street Mr. and Mrs. McNeill mov- W. Clapp and Misses Pat and the ing the legal lent ';" 1': .' 'I"" il I'arki-r & Schaeffer

Service Than K\er ed to New Smyrna Monday: Bobbie Clapn of Atlanta. Ga. andMr. in in the ca-e: ..f hotiments. -. ip,ut t Fountain IVn.s 1 <
A MARTIN TIIK.VTKK Telfair Long and Guy Andrews and Mrs P. A and The "
Dampier : may be s't Ity l the I i Li unl 1 ,
in Gainesville Tuesday evening Mrs. Yard Icy Old Spice and
were Parker Dampier and daughter was lord for the vacant monthmi _
Box Office Opens 6:30: P.M.: Show Starts 7:20 P.M. of last week to met with a of Jacksonville.Mr. gust < ;.1 Sfulorth setsVAPLI'C
basis of hu':
comparable routs \ i-:
OPEN EVERY NIGHT RAIN OR FAIR student body from U. of F. to organize : and Mrs. Harold Mills and -II'r
ter
subject to review b> (thf ana ,i-ni t
a "Guy Andrews for Congress" children the weekend
FrL Sat. 11 12 spent in office and the rent ad\i-oi\ b. 0 ml!
Apr. i Mon., Tues. Apr. 14, 15LADY Club. Green Cove Springs with Mr. Mills'parents. I
Hotels and rooming houses t t'.nl' !
LAW & \ Mrs. Mae Dickens of Sanford Mr and Mrs J. B. Mills. DRUGIItuvil
I er, trailer spas. mot Is unl!
few this week visiting -
!spent a days Senator Charley Johns was in
Tins "IHs Mouse Friday" Cartoon her cousins, Mrs. Ben Fryer in Tallahassee Monday attending to 1 Mr. other forms of hou-mg establishprincipals ,

ruuLE() CU Y116S Waldo and :Mrs. J. E. Wilson and county business. that differs in detullandlord's STORE
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Sun, Apr. 13 ONLY I ITS I I :Mrs J. :M Brounlee of Stal'k11' ('. Karl E. Houpt of Dayton Ohio 1" nesda may obtain -|1' i >it ti i>

r :\ and Mrs. J. C. Stone of At- their maximum rents by a similai I
was the
overnight Mondayof
I A [ IIiC8CDCI'S guest Mr. I'honi .iaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAuuu.u.u..a..AA.:\
j ; M-G-M i Sipnlot lanta. Ga. are spending several his brother and sister-in-law. sons. information about t the IIt'f'g;! >

presents weeks at Colonial Inn Dr. and Mrs Calvin Houpt. illation by contacting the area I

luscious Lana With Mr and :Mr. W E McNeil: of Maude Wainwright sold her CO I 1. Au rent office at ,Green Cove Spring .

I and the former I Nnsfgg LLOYD Ong UUGIt Rochester, Ind. are guests at Col- acre pecan grove in Heilbronn l Bank Building, liii-en l'ov, --

1 star of tlbg IAXTII binPUGR onial Inn. They had planned to Springs recently Mr and Mrs, Springs, Florida. I,
as
3 t "SQlltllPlICific" '" stay only over night but have be- John Fox of Maine. E. A. Strout RE-ELECT
OoigI6Y fi9150N(
coni'- so attached to Starke they Realty Agency handled the trans BAKE SALE :
cisfi IIYAE
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hastaYE'11 two weeks so far. action. i

Dirtctedh, ALFRED HITCHCOCK Mr and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanwie Mrs. Lettie Parker of Jacksonville their The ladies of the First Christian I.

Lt TuRNEREzIO Assouate Produce;, JACK B. SURBALL luncheon guests Saturday spent the weekend with hei. Church will hold a Bake Sale !hl'Satul.day
t'.\ : I) : front of L vt-tt'-
,ir t Mr and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- son and daughter-in-law Mr. am I in Doyle E. Conner
PIN7.J1'111'1 "Inferior Dei-oralor" Comedy kins in Jacksonville. Mrs. Charlie Parker. lint ) :!i : : grocery Featuieil l will be pies

Friends of Mrs. C. W. Picketl Mr. and \Irs. Homer Swindal I er\ cakes rookies, home made candies

Wed. Thur. Apr. 16 17 and son Anthony, the firs. and decorated iiioiolatiEast, i
l ? will be happy to hear she is ex- spent t t
) :.! J./"" pee ted home this weekend after of the week in Orlando Mrs. eggs with uiilnulual names i 01 r

s. undergoing an operation in the C.\ TtIC: IM.VNKK: K,->!'otonl r week them. Proceedof the sale i\ il' YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE

IMPERIVMTit M6M's 4, Daniel Unit in Jacksonville on Inn SlJio and $1.73.; or la rartiertcd e[ go to the building fund.

an Monday. thin 12 IHMMI to 8 j pin. '

( mat d. maiei ire with ,music) I : r fC l 4 I b ('\lrl't A ,'\\11 :Spring; !suils; T. N. Kendrick writes that h
COlOR BY iy Musc t tR S''l.50 to SSfiJSO( at AI.VAKKX. celebrated his 82nd birthday 01 i B. I'mmtain IVnilh a point for
TECHNICOLOR1'luI March 21 Expcrh red r.
': 4 STOKK. in Goldsboro N. C.. ship : '; : ,-\<-ruse.. Si complete.) Brad- l.'ncrgclic I
tYi ArttG
where he is making his home 1 h
Mrs. V. S. St. John and daugh- wit in M 7", .l' I mini I deiraph' .
life> I\4'gln sAndy Panda his daughters. "I am in very gtxn I DC 'mtnhlf.
I f.'r! Alice were in Archer :\Ionda1 ) ----- -- - IK < 'nnabli
Carton Plus "Fresh l.aitll'lan.. Cartoon health. Take
nice walk two
a
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visiting Mr. St. John who is ir l
nusiness there. three times a day when the wrath I

er permits" Mr. Kendm k says .TTTTTTTTTTYTYYT TTTTTTTTYTTTTTTT
.- .Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. had as /guest!,
Mr. and Mrs %V. S Johns h i\ '
dunn the week. \Irs. DeWitt ,,. HONEST
past
returned<<1 to their home in L.'\,-,:.. 1 SINCERELAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
< Jones and Mrs. C. W Chalker .
ton, Ky after thre.ek
THEATRESTARKE" a \ -
of (Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. .444.4444..4.4. '
I with their soninIaIlld! !., ..Rter
Roy Ward and children and Darby
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Rev. and Mrs. Hnmei Swimts !
Peek of Lake City.
Mr. and Mr- Fred H-> .c! \- __ I
Dedicated' To Community Service Enjoying a picnic lunch at Jacksonville ark. 1C J. have return i i t- vt I
Beach: on Sunday were Mr.
":\10\IMI Are Better Than E\er" visit with Charles Hess ..' i La" u HE IS OPPOSED TO
and Mrs' L. S. Hutto. Mr. and :Mrs Mr and Mrs. Ray < 'laT-K [I '
M. C.V'ells. Mrs. Carolyn Red
Sun., Mon. Apr. i 13,11;{ Aiken, S. C. were recent /% ,<-
Sat., Apr... ONLY! grave and son, Wayne', Mrs. Shellie .+ J The
1 1 Hall. Miss Sharon Hall and Brad of Mr. and Mrs. I. E Ciark /, 0 I Kuilding of a Stale Turnpike on Florida'

DOUBLE FEATURE Locke. They were joined by Mr. Mrs. Richard Ray and! hah II

and Mrs T. F Hutt. and children Ricky, and Mrs. S. E Reyes. .11'!, v r II I Kant CoaxtBECAUSE {
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01 Jacksonville. and baby. Steve of Jacksonville i f

A MAN : ati were visiting their parent Mi I, fI

jKtbNg and Mrs J. S. Sapp. recentl. I II I
OF IRONI! "GOSSIP"
said Lsdrs P cnsouriE Capt. Herbert E. V. Engel. captain -

(MlDIXWYATTDEKKER(gNrgt wt n of the Flying Dutchman which 1. It will rob Bradford County of $250,000 annualh

t .' ITS By "Shorty""That was anchored at Daytona Beach in Tourist Trade. -

visited his niece, Mrs. John D.
-tui WARNR 2. It will cast the
heI' Taxpayers of
florida
[ Anderson formerly of Germany, well met I i

t BROS.iTeaTerT'rouTle1' last weekend. This was the X 53.000,000.t .

1 I first relative Capt. Engel has seen A'i : ctN.d; Public Highways should
he
.\1.... Cartoon A. in 20() years. spread through.: ,. i
florida, rather than be
concentrated
'u.. &11'" Latest World :N t'IrcttUD \\. Mrs L. M. Gray and Mrs. Helen in one are,[.

I I I Davis of Gainesville entertainedat #
Tues., Wed. Apr. )15; 16 : a mullet supper recentlyat I

AND tv'C'i J :; the Gray cottage on King ,i I HE WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT
d 'o '.t l. Lake. the affair DAYS AHEADThe
r l, ;, y Enjoying BUSY i iI. I II.
,'. \( with the hostesses were their I. INCREASED ASSISTANCE
for old
-" '.._ age and H. i
;11 1r'fyyG houseguest., Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe pendent group
+ 'N old boy tra\els cheap. and Mr and Mrs. Jeff Davis Sr next timeou're. in the market for j i

c"Ll. no one collected the t money all of :New Jersey and Mr and 2. HONESTY in fiovernment.; i i I It

} hr la, from him !" Mr E J Flynn of Starke. Manifold Books Cash Pads : STOP WASTE of taxpayer's dollar.

ik M Js Lt. and Mr*. H. Perry Gaineyand i

hoppr -- son. :Mark of San Antonio, Caft Checks Blank Books 4. SOUND LEGISLATIVE program for guppmi' f i:
Also "Sentimental Romeo" and Our main i. that each '
leap Year JAM cwnetrn Texas are spending Lt Gainer's public' !schools.: '
Plus Tatrh** Cartoon and latest of our customers lea\cs thoroughlj leave with his mother. Mrs. H. P.
PHONE 29
"O\erland Kit Garcon XeStr 1Vorld Ne+t satlficd.TTTTTTTTTYYTTTTTTYYYYT. Gainey at Brooker. Lt. Gainey is' 5. MORE AND HETTER highways and farm to market. I

stationed at Lackland AFB as aS j i! We'll come right over with the most complete Roads.
'i instructor in the Air Force Of- '!
THURSDAY FRIDAY APRIL 17 IS custom-made business forms 6. SOUND AGRICL-LTURE and ForestrHE
LIBBY ficers Candidate School. He is a line of stock and Legislatihn.
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:WAIINt* Bltos. g.rwtrS graduate of West Point. I on the market. And we'll take care of all the i I
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. T Quigley accompanIed -
Sales & Service by several other mem- details to see that a first class job J
too
you get SEVER MISSED A ROLL CALL I
ii borof the i :ai WTCU attended II
uuA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtRaiser ;J the speech contest sponsored by, and get it promptly I
HE FACED THE ISSUES
Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP ;; the Penney FTms Union through SQUARELY !!
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Plus "Sioux Me" Cartoon and "Those Who Dance" Short i Bradford County TelegraphOFFICE (I'd. Pol. Ad'. h) ')<')I. 1':. C'onner)
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_" ,, 1 -, BHS Glee Club following in their' A full house turned out for the and send theirtaff. i ITJIIUY. .VPRIL I n.I |.,-, '
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I footsteps and glory with the bring initial start of this choral! unit o\.i s 0), that1,. n.u-rMurphive. Epic Of Marines I Spruce in caring for the guest Rt'and Mrs S, L. Watson

MUSIC NOTES ing home of more "bacon" congratulations. enjoy them too. in uu: DAhrt, :K Coming To Florida : weir. :Mrs Betty Saunders and I were weekend ltors in Jackson I at Riverside Hospital in .1 i '

., High honors again The Glen Music, everywhere Claudio yard, so-to-speak M:: Morris John ville. villeVe wish her a sf. ;

I II Club did a beautiful j job our Arau pianist left some: << of t Brad The Stephen Foster Sunday, Monday MmrNe Sen I Iocs 1'TA Plans Supper c o\'t"ry.
I Merroitl: : I
OF hats off to the Band and Glee Club ford Countyites enchanted recently another musical Rev S L. Watson pastor of the The Heilbronn PTA Wl1'I'\ Mr. and Mrs Lee Ypun K: ..
of %
/ :: IlIIUFORUCOUNTY[ I Wonderful experiences these when he played a concert over at was visited spot by several enchantmtnt. da-os.- I the"Retreat. Hell. the film epic .fl Heilbronn Baptist Church. announces II a chicken supper on April 15, be'. Wauchula "i.p vv-. thrinlaw _

i band and choral musicians are the University, Mrs. Perryman. es in Bradford County Schools : Marine m action in Korea a Sunrise Service at the ginning at 6 p m. and serving until and d ii.j 1 \lr. 3H\: i ,.

ii i having planning coopera who does not miss much in the Brooker. :Mrs: Cain and At last year will be shown at the Church Sunday morning. I 7:30 Come for vinir supper and? I John McKiniif.

I tion participation discrimination way of music, was one of his most Whitten enjoyed an enthusiasticday Mrs Florida Theatre Sunday and Mon Sue Chastain of Hampton spent hear the candidates speak after I Cpl. Ort:,.; M I I K.: py L, t.,'

By Ruth ('hastain Parker : artistry and enthusiastic listeners. Mr. and Mrs with their day. Friday night with Linda Norman wards. Pn.v 6V: including .'.me- business tr p :" ; c.tl\'iI.: l'I
boys
and girls I
w from BHS I I Starring Frank Lovejoy. Richard Mr. and :Mrs.: P. D. Reddish and dessert I returned ,..
success. Speaking of Glee Clubs. Scruggs were among These young people feel I Pnuee i* to be u>i-.l! to c : In Mi--
ar:1 the appreciative audience, also fortunateto Carlson and Anita Louise, tht and family were guests of Mr. and for sch/>x>l eauipnu n' 1 Thursday.:
Sounds like music week out at Heilbronn School the boys have this memorial
so close I
at !
Then the fine concert that Mr I story introduces a heroic land of ::\ Eldon Sapp Sunday. 1 1lr5.
I Willie ..
these parts .the BHS Band and girls in Mr. Futch's class came hand where they almost live the Leathernecks who with their Allies Horace Rosier of Gainesville Tm.nyyvvnrn.nyyyTGRAHAM Melton of Gau> s\ .
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Murphree gave to u< we are i .
that Eugene/; Melton of Waldo ,.,
songs were written j and M
' bringing home all the high honors I through with a fine spirited performance so fortunate to be near the U of Foster when by Stephen form the bulwark against Red spent the weekend with his parents !' Mann of Fairbanks wert'1" _

of the Band Festival and now the I i for the PTA, recently F that they ale so generou this folk music it is they sing oppression on Korea'mainland.. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosier. John McKinney Sunday
now a part Besides veterans of the Korean

of their own lives- _- _- m.-"...,. i.....I, conflict being cast in soldier roles. hear This of the community death of was Elisha sorry Rosier tc B>' :Mr". Bonnie! MehinneyAAAAAAsaaaaaAALAAALAALAA. :|I Little Pat and Jean \Vyn:

Stat ke. :Mrs.: Frazier and intern.! the latest type tanks! used by the of Jacksonville. I! been absent from s hoot! j'.1
:M: rs. Denton and interne. with Chinese Reds and other captured ;i !I mumps and flu.
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their classes also visited Those from our community attending :Mr. and M-s Rill .
the memorial -, military equipment were authorized Cone! spentSun.l I JohnIcKlJ1lh'Y: and LevN .
as part of the study of I I to be shown in thinalistu 1 I National Guard < IK amp ,!.tv \1.\, Mr !', x br.>r!',-, -I"; nt th., \tt'. kei.l:. r ''i ,
1i nient at Camp Blan hrig last \I > 'Kncl I I I I ,. .
Stephen Foster i to climax these film. i I t \ \1" :-: -\ ;.:. I" ; .
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of this folk music. i Smith. "' i
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t .; :Mrs.: Bridges and the boys and story of the fearless w.ne.' S <. .'

girls in her 4th grade class entertained drawl by the 1st Man J:.. > i

96.1 mcs. the parents with a mostunuual from North Korea ,
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education unit the otherday

as you walked in the door l last week:
:Mrs. SUP Myrick .-t I. U- < ,. .
INDIAN
swished back
you were to the "pioneer"
days of America. The whole: va attended churc'i] ht.!. s ..e.u t ,( --

and was a dinner g It'd: ,,
setting including log cabins, the 1\
old M. and J. W. l\I<'R'I'\ : >
open fire-place with kettle andirons
1 11:45 Rosemary 1 -30 Dr. Malone tors Mr. and Mis
Listen t Young i :spinning wheel l. the old were F. 1. <

l 12KX Wendy Warren & the News 1:45 Guiding Light o aken-bucket-in-the-well, costumed nod and son of Ja<'ks, i J
Mr. and Mrs. Rob'r1 .
boys and girls with bonnets \ LINCOLN.
andstowpipelids
12:30 Romance of Helen Trent 2t| 2:15 Perry Mason 1 implements and instruments daughter orFNNIfS .

wile 12:45 Our Gal Sunday # 2:30 This Is Nora Drake of the day all painteda 11rs. Fredrick \\'.tt'.

I piwork realistic picture. The boys and of Hampton was a rr i < .
100 Big Sister 2:45
;
j Brighter Day
girls shared much educational information of Mrs Robert TaylorThe

: Perkins i r 3.-00: Hilltop House with the parent and Wedding Bt.IN(! 'i"! ''n>: UK

1/ of course music played a big again. Wonder who' 11. i I. m' !

role in the lives of pioneer Ameri out soon.
HEARD ON THE
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when one think back on HEILBRONNRy "REDDY CASH" YOU NEED FORIIIPfO

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In YOUR Area Thai Meant WMBRBFIV1 tul education of today with those

experiences there is only one flPRlPII

conclusion w-e would like tc The Intermediatt cia-- o -n<

i get "re-educated" ? Training Union enjoyed i it'>

at the home of Mrs Hub i Ia; nor
Sharon Hall and Phoebe Gr'eJ1

ON THE AIR 24 HOURS A DAY :Methodist: Choir are studying evening Friday night.delicious At the refreshment dost III Th

voice watch that choir gI9/4/
.j I i were served by the hostess
five members are now doing individual 1

vocal study to help make Aundrea Spruce celebiateo

a better organization for your en seventh birthday annual. are
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joyment. Tuesday afternoon when her n.rn V

er entertained with an out woof 0p
Music penetrating all plan: 4
party and hunt Game- *"...
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in Bradford Easter Services i I t
played and prizes wen award
club Programs Spring con- I
!' Refreshments! of birthtaHK* ,
i ei ts Baccalaureate Services +
and ice cream were :.ei\i d y" nbout
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ul,ir appointment :at I'me Level! I
50c Per Lb.
Hriplisi: church Sunday morning; Yes, Reddy Kilowatt's pay is a "pennies"prop-

,uiii evening in the absence of the osition. No wonder folks in Florida buy more

0a pastor. Rev. \V. E. Hall. :Mrs.: Hall 1 Call At Office \'< !heard from Rev Hall Saturday. '
Its' cheap it's the (./>., way' to letter living1'!
U that time he was in Rome, Ita- BIG DADManufacturing I

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'!<' and Dr. Bob Engle and others I I'
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:Mrs. T. N. Norman and son and
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a bronn Springs visited the II. M.McRaes : ;;y.,,
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Robert Taylor of Munson ar- Lkdd"
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> home Saturday by Mrs

iylor and children. We are glad

:u> know that Mrs. Taylor is much

t our mpiored after her recent illness. )I I

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i ident of Elmer Lewis son of -

\l, and Mrs: J. L. Lewis. lie if! : ,

t i patient in the Glendale Hospital'!
5 111W. ,
n Palatka.
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\1r s. Herman Thomas Mrs. J, E.Ifailing I ''s Lowest priced in its field!

and :Mrs B. J. Sapp at-1! r '' ", i beautiful "t* CtirrreWI St"e'l li ee
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TTTTTTTTTTTVTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTVTTVTffVVTTTTTTTI I which we planted in disgust after'' and we are looking forward al f \\ .ir n. FOR ('fl.T'.flI1: T i.. .> f -.r :'.1'"' 'J'1,1.i i a v.
I am off. r.ng! an f'xn.n"nt ricnrd ni"Tim r ONF. 1 .1111 ncii-.I his, .,. .
failing in three previous ready to the first ripe tomatoesIn ii' '" : ::-
plantings of ea '."i'!" and eftii' lent performance: I 't. r.'hy .inn.nr, .. \ I"L.1 i, \ \\' dl.lI: >' M.irke. F!.r.du
FARMER'S have a wonderful deep green color a way we are sorry to see them of duty1 this position. for I'nnvlal.tf. I 'i't rict c-ne. om-I' I 11 C. Dampier owner :3..'.1 -
y7 # As >'our ('l.-rk the same degree of pri and the plants look strong and "o soon for we believe that we efficient X Starke .
and
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and Stark
y ability will be pur- I fee! that | Pdted this Jit!L day of M\r :I. WELDING
sturdy. But it is awful late for should have done a lot of dusting: sued in til* administration of the my experit! n. ,. .n )lau tnfouementWeil \.11.. 19-.;. i, ...irke> j-r. at '. i
E many vat i.4 and complex: affairs of !i ()itialifi.v" ?? fr,. tlns )lo. ltrOI1.I Cuuntv. Flor.d.
/ DIARYBy English peas, and the hot weather' and spraying before the blossom the office. our \'e mil '-'II'JI"n' | c.n M.tj Iiw.1t 3.:!, 4. t .

will probably finish them before: appeared. Going to be sure and I I will he ...n.-t'rt"\y grateful for b. ...j.pr.iau.. d I | ctiTh1.ir
I E 'II your vote uul -upportCHAKLES. -U B. (I.hm THOMAS i OTirn. TO irrcin
Sam McGarveyThe they But A
get with
going. we can see spray Copper compound I '
In Circuit ( .,
( I HARDY. ort. ItradUrd <(<:outs ) \
: from the plants that they can use!j this week to combat the early ron ro\sr\ntK iitiMnuT I .Florida In Cbanerrr.
author will be glad to ret a lot of fertilizer i' roii I'I.IItt: ( mi i IT ('(n UT ) OM: Harry 15 D.k' .", riain-iff "B M. : 4 (we used IOCIbs blight. 1 T am avkuiK for Re-eleitun for Def, '
owe Items of Interest concernIng This i IN tu announre to the people I Davis 'inlinf Live Xi .'
per 500 foot row). of Bradford C'ounty. Con-tall.] ,.f I liiadfc.id: County District I .Notice To .Ippear.
the activities of farmers! In My Candidacy .. .
X< I .
1' Mrs
for the .ffi. I Mar'iT:: Pavi. vhresiden.
S S SI tof the Clerk of the i( \ '
: Bradford County. Suggestions may Double cut right field draggingthe Circuit d.urt I believe that the I thank y..n f..r > "ur vote, and i I' ., .md address i is' "J i) so- '. .
i Henrietta is due to farrow board in back of the disc.I edut-atioii t ihit I -upport 1'l.iie Mmne.ipolK! Minnesota.
ha\c
office in had in thf ..
: be left at the Telegraph or '. \\e offer the .f -..,
T. IJ. ) wmiJ .1* -
I'tiltlu. Si }h..i.. ,,f i-rartford Count i --J. X. c.n:vi.iU! You are herehv notified that a s ." (
mailed to Sam McGarvey, La\\te1 I about a week or ten days, and we will let the field stand idle for a and the I 1'111\,'r..ily ,,f Florida is am-} for lii\ ''.rie i'ui !l\ ir.! "f aim, "xto -

.4 I think that we have her in fine while and then we'll double cut plt- to tak. cvu,. of th- affairs of this run rov!sT\ni.K defendai, : I, it 1'-- it til.d'iStatflt and vIcinity one of the m..u.
offli'I ,-.hall I ito inv best to ,. DKTKItT O\E you ..n'a'.i n 1m",!
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. . &ALkAAkAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAA 4 I condition for the event. She is in it again. and then we'll plant our on. nf MIII In-fore :\Ia)- te fltn T hereby. ;announ. ntv.i inddi.x Court art.1i i-' 41.1,. 1 v ...u .1' .> "'I'ur.
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but CHARLES eqiu1iied
good flesh but not too fat. and field corn. It is mighty late A. DARBY ... .
Countv i ,
-mpn-intr votincr\ pr.- or pleidmj; t imp] itit n theI
Somewhere in England a long home-grown cauliflower and like I -he has had enough green vegetables we still are going to try it. as we t in.'tv 1, :;: iIl1l1.: I will .1pP.-jate; I t'l.i.ntitt'V T FrinkLan-
most fresh out of the ron fit \ ..t.. anilupiiort' of th.. ]>' ..|.!1MIL Ii ,It iii,,. >t.ITK. 1.: ; .1 Ii. and ule the welding shops anywhrrtAI .
time ago, Robert Bruce. learnedan things garden -i corn minerals. and pro- need the feed for our stock. To the COITJnu.i; 'ri'N i. C\UTI: .'ricn.il:, ."! rh..f. (h- I'lerk

object lesson from a spider : it was delicious. It taster sc tein in the form of whole milk. S S friends in fi Voters: .idford and Counn III"': Kloiida ni.tn\ ..f ti,.' ',r..mt! i ," 'II "r to ''ire theh.1 ) York (;uarmtttdSlUTH'S
'I FOR ('O''T.J.I': : i t..t "i ,l' ,f .\1': I".rherwl'".
which has become a saying: If at good and it apparently grows se' We had Henrietta bred to an SPC After burning off our woodlot I herehy announ.'e that 1 will be a nivritUT O\K 1 a1 it -.iti.inv '' v.IJ C 'inplaintM

first you don't succeed, try, try ; well here that we are planning tc I I male. and we are wondering already -. we have a pretty good crop of candidate r)emo.for'rain I I.-.J..t' Primary) iun in to.the I he coming held- I hereby. annoum. e mv -and ,1.1 \ '! '! ik-n ai ..>IIC"ssed by you GARAGED
!' I if.CoriMahU" ) ..f the First ..liisti e This noti. f vhV.l!! he published)
We've taken it to heart grow more of it next season. '' what the will in May .f I :! ,_. and thatolr vote .
look wire .
again. pigs : young grass and our cow I and th Peait I IMVII i ,, I. < ompri-ttiK: tinnretmit n. e :-t.1 week f.f { .ur, "- rise, i' \ ->
this Spring, for we have yet tc : SAnd ::I like (Henrietta is a grade Duroc like it very much. Joy evidentlylikes suppoit; that I iv i if hereby)'I.-.I..d! earnestly the office requoted. I..f II ing( :N.. 1, Uivvttx. .N.: weeks in tI", I''.'. !f rd Co'iPtv .I U'e. :\1.CIIIE111)1': : )

get a stand of sweet corn, and then just when Sam had decided -:i with some SPC bbotdJ. it. for we notice that she iE'' will lie run f.i the interest of the 1! St.itki-.1 North. :St.rk.t: : .1 \n. ::. :South' r.lJh 11.11..1,1, .. i 'r M' i- >. i: T 'inpl.. \\e. Slar! !'
County and I the p' nnle of the t Count
three times. The that our asparagus was not Ii. :| I will appn. .it. the v ..!.> anrlul'I't.rt > \ 'FFI,1; i .\ .1 T' -i -iPv -
it
have planted : giving more milk. We think that as iv m the pa-t year sinc.3'ii .-! ... ,

first was washed out, the second : going to do anything some shoots Our red pullets are big oldthings joy is bred but one of our neigh I I leittil V-Mirs me, ('ollntJtitl.trulv. ... triit and of pr the..miv.' .II.Z',Ir ,n-]1'-,.r.f ti''il T ii.'ebf.rni J.p..>-r-- vv i : t. I I' ,'\ ,."' .rt.,

well or appeared. Alice cut them, served for the dlltH"s ,.f -.t'l, ,.f( I., Iii.; : : 4 : :
their H
either failed to germinate j age. They look ; bors. who knows more than we I K I'RUP.YM\y.: :
,
'Ii hen f.f mv abilitv
the larks pulled up most of it. Sc them in a cream sauce on toast, I Hike year" oW hens, although only do, thinks not. -.1. !S 1.1 ill.- i ITT I :- :i I Vr _______--_- ----

we planted again, put about 50 and that was really fine eating. ;' a little over 6 months old. So far ', To The ron (Citizens'O"TY, JFIG o.f "iViadfordCouinv .
'
lbs. of fertilizer per 500 ft. row I i i the most eggs we've gotten in a Went up to Mom and Rutlne's I .: I 1 \oTiri I"TIU: OF.'...'IlItJl'IMIin: 10Xtiie ,": TRANSFER: AM)

out on the flat, then bedded up Had a visit from Mr. and Mrs. : day is 115 from our 177 pullets home with Jay Eunice and got I Judge) am. of a 1-r.irtford candidate C.nint.v for County in the :: iv h'rd1'. '" .." t ..' : .. R1ALVAREZ&SONA STORAGE; ( j).

and planted over it. And this: i Opr (who live on the Highway between 1: and we: should do better than that Mom's cow and calf. Let the COW ':'May: Pt'mot.ratio Primary. .I have ,I,undi.f Chapi.t vipn.rt I' ,.'('.umli'i'i.: |1.., u tl'-" |I'''" l lAt J'01' \ .1! .

two Starke and Lawteyj asking Some i farmedvorke.4 as lahoret and' of 1'Ml v% ,ill ,. .
time we planted with corn i I : mysterious disease has hit Daisy out in the pasture with servtil our toiintiv in \\'.orlIV.tr ; I i. t L .
( (I'll' :1
plates. putting out seed every 6 us about culture of rhubarb and :. the flock and we lost 3 in the last Joy, Comfort and Butch, but kept : I II I am married and (Ii.. fjtliT, ift.o i for I > I'.radford of the I \1..1'i "i'nn' 'i >: ;! '--;> .

or 7 inches in hopes of getting atand. I asparagus. Alice told them all we 10 days so we decided that the the calf in the barnyard. Have I lwhn small, )hoi iliildnn' ..\.'. ',( ''lInl mm' .Floi id..1. upon it 'p- | t "J \\ rt IJI'rat.-| liH-iiJ
was inl ', .
n : raiv.il l "n .t Flm) pill.I, R8.AL\\RUf.'SO"
.iti. thi- "
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II knew (which most assuredly l did trouble was caused by dirty drink not decided: on a name for the I Ida. Farm, tr.I niml II'' "m' |I'lIloIl'I I lolls M nil. : f 1.., IIII'I,,,!, Id., : I.:; ...... ,TU"' \ lung distance
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not take and 'I | si lliuils and h. 1'nivrrvitv of Kl..ida -- wloh 1 ;.nn !,fr.iM; ii :ni I I. "it i- i -- t MOVING
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long) we were ing water (they insisted on getting calf yet. but it should have some- I ; : anv. \\ h.r* In U. s
I fmuliar .
am vvitli the) iuoii< m- .11kb( Ti I 'mpii' '\\ M.u U. 1 i' .d I ws1.ctI
IOCM.
Planted 20 rows of beans ((33C | flattered that anyone would come their big feet in the water thing to do with Daisy. of the people \v a lawvtr' I rfn, 1 ,> ,ll I .I..I.n- .."n.r '- ., ...
for advice. We do S SOur fnllv qualifud, for the povni.n, \ \\.1.1 i s.t ..1.1\.1-1"\ ] ,, d.| $.
had to us not by is
feet on land which any trough )I. Sam fixed it so that they I -
long) ;
i I Elet 11\\ and I will hum, I I'.Ut il Muv' _'1n ,1..% ..i j \j I i ss:: } IEILENT
been fertilized about a week or means pose as experts on any-1 I cannot soil the water and we hope berries are off again and lily and mat.' .fnllvlive \u in a I'1 '-'. ,n. tt.tk'; .. I:. .mi i \ J .. -- '
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fair. ruiiitious i Impartial' ;and efficient n"l I "I.l. -
ten days earlier. After planting!I thing. least of all on farming. Butit that checks the trouble. Got a at a time when they are bringingthe ,t m:inio r I needniir" v.'.. ,u tl. 3 I I fj #: t4 :-.ToHUa:

about 6 rows we made a discovery: !j was friendly of the Orrs to visit 'i few broody hen, so we have tc best price of the season. Hada : "siipp., "i'| iinl\ will appii.it. ,It. __ ;
I Sin.,, 'trelv I: OF IX-HA:
OTI.I. |0\ 10 ; I \1 Ii.tIll"iuI4.I.'I'iI
32 hole Valentine bean plate us. fix al! bad infestation of red spi.lets,, -
our up a broody coop. Selling --1' .\ Y \W V :, niTiriois \ ''"'

was not putting out enough seed. the eggs we get and could sell so we dusted with sulphur (Sam ... :Ni. .lit t i- In It |10 V c V l I. -' .-' -.
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So we borrowed another one froma One day while dragging a boardin more if we had them. was almost blind from getting sc rnn slI.n..vT :"t )1.'I.t"1 l -'tl: .'l |I..", !I' ,'" Rents or
used both back of the brush-and-bog barrow SOur much his and that has h,'r.'liv inn..1111 ,' tin ( .11,1..1:1., ] : .\' .\i I- i"I I H.!: wiM!I i.: L DELCIIEKBROS. .
and Ilateun in )
neighbor eyes for r.-.I'.n) ,,, Ih],o. ..ffi" .. of ( 'b 1 I 11 I. ..f. tin J Cu I See first!
(> the rest of the patch. \Ve had' over a field: wItch he was trying I neighbor Luell Tanner checked the damage. But it will !Sheriff.1,1,1, ,., t to tin. 1 >. nn"<", .,tI' 'i for lli.iiltonl: j ..1111" \ vda. un

heard about other growers around to le>d. Sam had a brainstorm.If heard: that Pop had trouble navi be a few weeks at least before wa:? Primarn lIa'jll'f.li'IoflI'MI May, ; '" di'-. trrr4 Hit) I,. I upon..1 th I.'" .-. lilt|lI..t. i'I i' .II i iMoil i : ;. __ _s_ .,_...______._.____._.__ _

here using two plates. but did not it was good idea to drag theboard gating around the house, so he will pick any quantity of berries. duties of 11,.. ..fti. .. I.. th.. l.evf ..f ;|

understand the reason why they over the land as a final brought Pop a cane. It certainly And in the meantime, the grass: i mv>ti>mise alulitv. if iliinnt rt.-.-leitid; n\\\ fir'to .-.i-oninii T"rn'; 1 1l ', AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA 4 AAAAAAAAA-- &AA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAA---

did it. We're living and learning operation, why not drag the board !i is fine the way folks around here and weeds keep right on growing..,| to condtii, .t the affair i.f th. ,.ffj. > : '--v _-<--r- -'
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every time he cut land. It should help out. in a fair and ill1llartial minntf f 'iI
The\ot. ind ,vimpnt oft!'** \ ..ti'I' ,,
We kept an eagle eye on the help to level-the land, knock down Have had a lot of trouble around in the fountwill I..' 1.1'1"I"' : l' E

bean patch and as soon as they weeds, and bieak up big clumpsof Well our new hired man just our home, and our Roadside Mar l pr.'r'ia it, .1 1'-: '-p. tfulH l1!' o.-,1 /f '

came up we went to work cultivating soil. And when tried on some i! up and disappeared. Shortly later. ket with flies so we sprayed with I P P r.Ki-iii-ii:' /ffljJ1a'

Positioned two 10" sweep land which had some high weeds : a young man asked for a job, but several preparations which did nt I ,% j

close the stunt woiked fine and the land! all. So got some r>C 1 FOHT. ..IIEflhI.I'
on the cultivating;: frame as he did not last long. a> he did not good at we .. th. v ..t..,iv .'t f rtradto'd c .n"" /

to the bean 1'0as we dared was fairly level. i like to pick berries. Can't say that per cent wettable DDT and !sprayS' I Tin) :11mb in t.f f. "';.nr TI \ !If .i a \ :
the ed with that and we leally!! got: iindldit.. for !-I.:| ,iff of T'Md'itd: : !' "' t
then cultivated as slowly as | we are crazy about doing a lot '. :
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tractor would run. Then we moved Planted a row of mack ye peasin |lof the things we have to do. butI the flies thus time. 1-rimitv M.if. I ;i....nr.. von' th itT 1 ) r
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will .deeplv:ipinniati\ \ \'" the sweeps out about 8" and went Right Field and the larks pullled I we can't do just the things Wl'llikt' I and a.liv.I i viipinit and if .1.,1. .. :

over the rows again, this time t up just about the whole row.Getting I j Decided to have a new root"am I' v\11! r. nit r 'I Ii'' ]p. .pit' .a .-1., r ind 1I t

much faster and throwing some ;i so that we detest the I I. SOur sidewall asbestos shingles put en I[ liont :Td'i, ,.Mistritioti' : ,'r..h't of tinn ..-I''' : Colonial Florist Cr E
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' soil up to the plants. Don't know j sight of the needle-nosed devils. row of broccoli was just our home. Had no choice aboul t 'I'1", ( ) iv' '''i 1 11 Ci ivv fi ".1 1 _:_ .S' .

what a good farmer would say They sure are "hateful" things. i! about chewed to pieces, so we cut the roof as every time the win 1 1r : Cut 1'1oer'L,4 : \\, '

about the result, but it seemed tc I'It back severly, and then dusted blows now. more of tha t ir rape! \ : ; *
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us to be a good job. Oidly enough just five row with rotenone. In so doing we blows off. and so we de.'i-leil! to d<(,. t... 11 l Itv ., "n"III'' ili.,:it 1 mi\ .;trindid.iti :'' ( \\ -, (\ '. :

S away we planted r a row of Alabama -,I learned why our hand duster had the whole job at once and l pay fo,r "i'"'''' ; nf. for|la'.IIff"Ii i.'' il',-ffi t..iifltv., of T.i\:' .11.t\ -t :: Dish Gardens and Zovdti't{ '._'_

One thing pleased us is that we Crowder pea and the larkdilln't not worked properly. The instruc I it 50c a week the resto' ()'ir lives'. to. tin. "ill.of tin \iteis. ,11, the. I..4 -J '- %) 'w.Ia4
i I lit'mm i :it I.' I't I In,.i'f Mav' 6 1 Blooming Potted Plants 'M-I
at last have a good stand of Irish bother it at all. We have a tions for operating it were inside II'
.1 ful that n.v, \k lI..wl..k. of and 1.,1 r '4 ;.
potatoes (even if they will be the good stand and the plants have a the barrel all the time and naturally That saying "a boys h -st fnem 1 evpi' .I.j..I1.... ;n 1 ind' !l11alf'r."I'. ll I .4
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last ones in the County>. The fairly god; color. But we see some' made it hard to work. Of is his Mother", is ceml I. I promivf. fiii and impini.il, ,-..! \n'. .4 'c ,

plants have a fine color and they, damage from chewing insects si i'mirstwhen we took the instructions Here is the proof: Sams dea r to nil if .1. .'ti.d Y..III "',,1.' 'indnp) '', 4 5., \\RI .
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are growing as fast as weeds. well have to dust with DDT. out. it worked. old Mom sold him a eaten:: u]n port w ,11 L.' >:-" itlv T: .1" Al appretiittd.ITI'.MV: ,, w

S S SWell T : cow named Daisy and! sail Ih e. : Whatever he Sl'li11ll'llYOlllrisTI to express at
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Kentucky Wonder pole beans uj not give a lot of milk. but it i is rfHl "1'1'1:1" I"nu I : Easier time, ice have Ihe right flowers to say E

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rtiulM! now have to get som< Very rich1. Tn the y..t..f| 1.1,1,1: < .un-x
Sam milked Daisy he had a ii't. I am a i.\ndidate f..r I h. .'t,ifi,I' i.f : ichat you're thinking :
poll' 'III and put in place. Ilaviti it Supprvivor of 1 Uefrtstt .itu, .n viiiij.tto
lira nn how< to drive the pole:. The big fat old cow gave jus the iM-mocratic T'limaiiiv I i MI :?iI.i i\' I
of milk. and Sat n I am perv.on.illfamiliar \\.th; tin :
D')' :\H.uth : hope it will work. about one quart duties r.f tin) off ut. ha\ 'IIIK d'.m' a::1 : E

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Write To-la ii M Commissioner from Di I
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ACME VACUUM STORES40S tievt ,if my alulity pledging courteous -- total
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\V. Jacksonville Fla. I \ < $
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: I Director i-1: ;I I'rt"dat'd" in electing a < rack r 'Ii.:' piece chrome dinette haltS free of
Ambulance farmer t... this important office rn :
P.. II. would like free home demonstration of fully ) tftr
a jour : Our local funeral home .enables us to otter convenIences andservices I f M hurry n for yours today I Weeks to Pay
guaranteed rebuilt Klectrolux at $11.93.: at no obliijatrntion I t : : :

to me. :, not otherwise available FOIL tOI'TllIl"T"\TY (nMMI Fi\ *1:IOFH; >i.N".ti.: ./.. i""' .,. :, ': .N"' _

I am a candidate to succeed my-
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highest type service at lowest prices. and

ddre _____ ________ ______________________ i accept AN ? We insurance policy in force, issued by ANYcorcpany Precincts I promise,of If Brooker elected and to continue New lilver to WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
I the test Interest of the
City State____________ II : as payment in part or in full on a funeral. work District for and of the County as a',:

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FRIDtI \PRIl. I II.! 19.::


7fYYYYYnYYYYYYYYTYmn I sonville. i,Dewey Thornton visited Mr and l I :Miss I\a Mac Lewis: -pent \Vedii'3 -t: : -r 1',1'i ..Ind.tn 1 and 1 ra- ,I I"I'r, ''l I It\p .'IP\ .\.J !!t..i. ; I I'l .1 t -;t--! '-.1'1 I v \I", : -, '

Mr and Mrs :Mrs Roy Thornton and Mrs. Virtu' day afternoon in Lake Butler 'j '. 'i\ ..f nnn.it I hilt has In a ft 1 .tKtm-t the abe named 1\I."t t.. 1.\\ h ,s|p, t1! i i tl..it ,111 t t"f .. -
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baby daughter i i Thornton in Jacksonville. Sunday O J Mott who is ir '! and the !I.'k tii'nl ,.
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STATE FARMBy i i nurt ,'au"and y >u ate' rt'11JII'.d 11 re ntMl P> Myrtle T Pea\.r. PepntCI. rk
their home in they attended a homecoming dm. Georgia visited his family acre t.i serve a copy uf your answer $ ..ono n" .111.\, ( ,t.. Irall..r.II."unl I 141 4OTIi'C Let Vs Thoroughly
pleading to the >' und. iltipter\ .". Florid I
<>r complaint
Sirs. Bryan 'IVIiltfleldAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA after having \' : ner given by :Mr and Mrv' Ja'ph over HIP weekend. III the Plaintiff Attorneys| Statutes All\ dulx iniiilifml ,.|b.,.iirs. i i|i :\ Wash
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G 1: Crews i| Brannen at their home in Lake Miss Iva Mae Lewis attended a Zaih H Douglas, Soy I.) nch P.uild-I! regardless of pn'x are qualm d tcote ,}! In (Irrott r.iir llra.U..nl He(- .. Clothes

Young Allan (' : Cty in honor of their son. HanldjBrannen. : birthday dinner at the home of Mr the ing,.original Jacksonville.the office Florida uf the and Clerk file ,i; 'this THE therein.;3 d RIUI,.v' if 11..rA.. 1 I'.'.>. i'I j I i riariJa Vin. nt.t I.In s,']ph('h.|, ,;..110..|.,.ln,.." I':,, ,,.uunt.i .. ttinleaua 9 Pound

Bridge-Luncheon with his parents U. S. N.: Mr. and Mrs and Mrs Jessie Dukes in Jackson of the Ciriim Court on or before the :I' OF Ctil'XTt'iiMMISSIUXEIh \ : I.I'I I H".m..r) J.. tend.tnt
-'Mil:! day of April. 19:.:2.!; otherwisethe OK Itlt.llFOItlt
Mrs Herbert Thomas served a for a longer'visit j Ralph Brannen brought th' | Mile Saturday allegations of said Complaint POtT FI.OUIDA I II i| Xotlre T" A pp.ar. Case No. ,o.r For 40c !
will I he taken confessed by !> :M o Hairell Chairman .
buffet luncheon when the State parents.Mr. !i Thorntons home and wee their Those from here attending the This notice a1"shall he publishedonce you. 443t -. ; 'I T. K.SIIU.IIX! :lane.'. nhostiresidttue
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Farm Bridge Club met at her and Mrs. I Sunday tea gue->ts. Union and Bradford singing convention each week for four consetu- 'nJrc TO.trrrnI I I You are i.s heulu: Milfnl/,.:.Delaware(,.
home last Thursday. For the occasion ;1 had as guests Mr and Mrs. G. E. Crew spent I j at New River Baptist I Telegraph mweeks in the Bradford County T I ,.: M .1 lI:1r..l1hlll.. g. o 10'.." 1..1'Ir..llw. I suit f..r dixort >..iv |b.'enI|i Tempi lye.
filed -I' 8t&1h
ig.uns tote Ibe | ,
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the dining room table was Sunday Mr. and Friday in Jacksonville. church were E. T. Stewart T. B. 19: -Kited.' this CMh: (1.iv' of Mii.b. trrn: .oga.! re T.Kinnitiir..nnr.ee i ..inp.inv, L'hat- I led Cuiiit and cans and \ ,ui x e n.I'e rr

covered with a lovely crocheted of Jacksonville. Mr and Mr*. Mitchell Bax'!"v of ; Pinholster Mrs. Eva Harrell Mr I TAKE NOTIPK. :)f. .T. TlirdenhiiiKh 'iquir-d, to ", n" a ci pv' o' \ o .- .ir."Ir ., -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas, .
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plra11lr'g
II that un :)1.lI'l'II.1 I. I'C..J. :N.I I IIl.i II. the ai.plarton | !
cloth and had as its centerpiece. Saturday : Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mis and Mrs J. \V Thomas. :Mrs. T Clerk of the 'mint Court : 'own Haideiiiinrtrh filed suit for tl.r! r'unfiff-i. AMtrnc-rs. rui

E. J. the weekend : \\'. Mark By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk divnr. JT. I:, ins ..i..l Neal; p 1'-.n.. .Ir .
pink and yellow snapdragons and : C. E. Crews and Yarborough during i ?> Miss Mary Clark Iat'l :against c. u in the t'lr"1I11 I We Will
I 3:: 2a! 4t 1 I IsI Court of the Fifth .11I,11"lal <'in uit of 10" 1..1\\I jhan; : re Riiildini! tuk-
larkspur arranged in an heirloorr Ian Crews were Little Rita B.Ixley.1:0! had tie Sowell Mrs Mary Green and Florida in and for, ITidford County | unx f',. Fl)..ri.la and file 'h.' npin- Dry Your Clothes

silver holder. variety of garden I 1 Mr. and Mrs. be'n.'jslt. :ng" h> r {:.t.tii, l'IF arena :Mr and :\Ir-::. G. E. Green J I :Non I.: 10 .U'IMMIl Floruit in chen, >'1'whh.h s.nd ,:''al in the office.. of the (C'.rk! of thei
I In Circuit Court llrmlford County, suit is entttUd N dl Brown Hard n- i I'i' '."t" I' nt "ti "I I I.I.-I th. :, I I.
flowers added to the charm of the Gainesville.Mr. perttor .1 'A. t-K : in!:t'.I" 1 1:oilKith Mrs Rosa Pinholster spent they!I Floridnt In Ilium-fry. hutgli I'I.tintdf. v'. "t. J. Haid.n- ,I'd.,>' ''f Max: : .'.. ,tl1I1\\I s.I For 20cIn
Lonme S. Karbee, Plaintiff.. Effie burgh 11.,f. ml. the alleKnin.i, "f s:, ',1 I "' '
nit th. 1111'1.,1'1'
Mrs. \\ l l h<'! > i t'n', weekend with Mr. n.'ur- oi I "
where the and and
guests were pr Mrs. M
living room
I i I I I Hi se Uarbee, Defendant whirti.atlsuit 1'.1 I,111! f,,,' IiI.i.] | ..eThese ; |drill he taken a."n', VMJ |hy \', :Newiit seated at two card tables. High spent the : Wtggms at New River and attended j Case Xo 9040 an Ihl"r..f..I'. toO i '\\.i'., <' ,rut This nntu-e shah pipiiMisht'd
I Notice In .\pf.rnr. .. one \'h I U .. .
to filean apl"ar.III. i .in .mxx.rin t : we > for f -u- crn ( ut \ I
and bingo prizes were won re-1 i Ga. as guests of TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTBROOKER the Singing Convention at To: Mrs Kffie Hose ParbeP, whoseresid. sii h pio.eedinus ,, I L 'I...' iin.l.r I week in the lradrl'rdlIn' \' T.:. .

Bpectively by Mrs J. R Kite and ; Walker. I the Baptist church there.Mr. I ..'rut' and address isl': nknunn sittned 11..rk of! II. -ml P. 'in iivvlio graph.
( You are hereby notified that ,.. 1>.it.il thi- : .-
a I iddr.'s- .- ="',11" FI..rdelon :'nl tat'I.I. tp'! The Washeteria
by Mrs. Dennis Fancher. Visitors of Mr and Mr. Harry Snapp of ult for Divorce has been filed or h..f..I.. tli.. _'ml d.1.1"f :MixI1 (OWI 'UI.1 VM. A .t -in,'" i-.
Miami against you in the above named !*-. .1.i ., th Clerk ..r .
are spending a few dayshere 1 > rneltetull: thiiifs ilI. the I ii n' t' :"
Mrs J. G Godwin went to Lakeland den during the Court and cause and you are required I.'''.'d i I": -.11,1, nil,\! ..t i '""ipl,,, .utit for P.v f\rtl. T P".I\'r. p'I''k
last Monday with Mrs Jame: :Mrs It. R. Gord Mrs. h_ J. I.\\i.. with her parents Mr. and to serve a copy of your answer iMxor r xx ill' I... t.tk. n .t.is ''III.,! --,.... 4 i I I
:Mrs Wilson Russ. I or pleading the complaint' a II....i. .. \l'i, o '.nii-r.. \\l1! I I.. nt,'red -
A. Griffin of Camp Ulandiug. During : Tenn. D. T. ,' IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA41)enx'nlrati'm ,./1 the Plailliff'torn..y., T. Frank igiin-t"; t \11 itid Iii. tu.-. will

her stay of several days Mrst; Don Jr., of Mrs. Ruby Allen and daughter Uindrum Starke. "Florida and file 111'11..1. ..x pit te ,
t Melting I II visited Mrs. Thelma Martin of the original in the office of the \\ ITNPsx: hind ml 'II. -lI..f: \ FOR SALE
Godwin visited Mr and Mrs De Mrs A. C. Members of the Hums'stratson Clerk. of the Circuit Court on or !1.- said i '..uit at St.irk>'. F'I..rala 1 ..n
Witt Sinclair. Carlton of \ i D"lnl'U' Hnlbronn Springs last week.Mr. I fon the 2lst! day of April. I1';:,:!, this the ;l day .of! \1.u. h. i:"'.:2.
I Club met at tV! Com and Mrs. otherwise the all. gallons of said HIFFIPI' \1. s.|I': VI.i \.f Th..rn.\.
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Mrs lumar. MI an.1Irs.: Tony Tetstone I I'lsited Complaint< will be taken as confessed Clerk uf the ''ll i in' >..utt for
Accompanied by Center Pure
munity Thur..day.pril 3 Florida
Cane
\ his sister Mrs. W. W. Futchof by ju Mradtoid < unit v PI ,L1.1 I Syrup
Green of Starkc. Mrs.V.. C. son letuined at 2:30: p.m. with Mu.< Doi ot'Iy Titusville last This notice shall he published V\ .ilton & \\'altonVi.il
weekend. I once each week for four consecutive \ Kate I, WiltonII
Stringfellow visited Mr and Mrs I ka. Mrs Buck had i RO.SS in charge. : Mrs. Alex Williams was guest ofher Leeks In the Bradford County' "i S'-uth Jv< und s> . \ Excellent
Cove atives there all 1)11' Telegraph I'alitka: Fl-iidt QualityREASONABLY
George Manassa in Green Miss Ross showed a movie .
husband who is I
serving in the .Ittolurl' fur I'l nil' '
: Hated this Itth d.y of :Io1.r'h. 133';;
Springs Thursday. hospitalization of ,,i I constructing a laundry and of t>"- U. S. Army at Jossiip Ga. last
WISH Peggy Caldwell spent sat. Buck and Billy : ranging furniture in 'iving room.Plan" I w eekendMi ,! Clerk of the Circuit Court.
fly' Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk "Nonce TO ..tr1'1(11In :
urday night with Miss Sue Biggs mittentl> Friends were made for the Political and Mrs. R. F Gano and I 3. 21 4t 4.11 rirrufl ('60r.. Rr df..nl ('..a.' ,
Lyle, Jr. is 29 be held here -- riwrlilx: In Chancery.Tin SANTA FE STOCK FARM
in Gainesville and attended the Rally, April to in Mrs E. J. Lewis were in Gaines I \ol'Ifll TuI'.lau I."\1"111" I'l.tIII,1, r- I.-ft '.i
following his recen .i the down town area. In irrliil Court, .
Kappa Sigma dance. yule last Monday afternoon. llrmlforilrioiiila County L t. -"1" 1 Ifretut.ul'I!
'I, : I. 4 liunrrriririmi. ., '. Marke: ;( Fla.fJ
Mr and Mr.s G. The next meeting will be held ? N .tu; .
been a \\V are glad to I'eport1'8.. C. I \- Hall
Having in Tampa on H.iai.n !Plaintiff \'.- Nollrr Tit lpnrar.I .
I training program Sgt. Jack as their dinner at the Community Center, April J. Johnson home from the Alachua ,, .I' lui .11.| pit lIaaII.|: |U.-fondant.i T.I >' I.I.I.'tta le\ -" it ,.,
2411 ladies welcome! to Case No. !9UeIre :,) d. nr iTaunt'.t' ll.

Bradley of Castle Field" Air Base Sunday Rev.o'l'e,1 are : attend County Hospital where she ha I i N 11'1':1: r. Tannton\i.ts.a. '

weekend with children of ')' : been for the last week I i 'In .Mr lohn .los..ph llfln, \.u ate h.-r. I I. "
Calif. the
spent past : a patient I wins, snb11le, '
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addr. ,
sv 1 tIrnnl i- : I u for IMVOT. 11i H'
his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. '' Mis Lola T. W Marke and \Vi-on Green Mrs. Carne Dukes of LaCrosse i!, \VeIIU., KlIRllVooil, I '..df"l111.1 ', -ontl'ol f \\I'

Bradley. Additional guests of Mr. L Williams spent enjoyed fishing at Oklawaha Fner' spent the weekend with Mrs. AlarY V..U ..i.. h.'h'by n..llfl.,1 tint Tsuit .Court.1) .tgti' -t il t 'i i ,\

and Mrs. Bradley during Sgt. Jacksonville. Saturday. i' Green and attended church servo I' : ,for J >m.r.... and r,'stoi',in.n( ,.I '1'1".1. .. ,
nit,nl n name has 1 br'. til.d I
and
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Mr and Mrs. J. Paler n -n. 1' "I' 1"
Bradley's visit were Mr ,and Mrs. Last weekend :' ices at New Hope.Little againstiii! in ii,,. alio\ nun .>n th.. I

Vance Geiger, Mr and Mrs. Hees Herbert Thomas, Min. Danny were busin:'visitor; Marcia Ann Green I ..d Cotut and aus. anil \ ..u al. i N..,ii n i I'"
TYTTYTTTYYY'i Gainesville Saturday. !i iEveryone Illiltd tn sPr\e" a ropy ",f \tn< .111.1, (,, I:" h.tulInttlb. ;.
and then suns Clinton visitors: Mrs. in daughter of Mr and Mrs. Wilson '
svvr
Bradley 01 pleading I. the < 11I101 ut.' || ||| 1 I. I
and Jack Wayne! Mr and Mrs Mrs. H. f'. Locks is invited to attend Green visited her grandparents I on tht Plaintiff .\lIhrr.y. T' Ki .ink' "1 in 'h.' ,' ,. Fci
l..uilrum ,
the Erooker Statke. Florid! an.I it I' I II II''! I Iil
Jimmie Bradley and their daughter :Mr and Mis B. J. the revival at UoptistChurch Mr. and Mrs. J. E. hardy of LaCrosse the original I in the offi'" of Hit I iv' ..1.f1"i i

Gloria Mr and Mrs. Seabi. dren of Valdosta. from April 7 to 15: conducted last weekend I: Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bt" ... Il.l; .!.I' I'I.
the :,'tb of I I. '
ilaj \in U'J n" IThis \
Kucker, Mrs. M )F Coker Sr. and Print Friday by the Rev. B.tl ney Andrew Mrs \\'. M Davis and children I' otluiuis,. the allegations of snd notice shill he I'I i '
of LaCrose.l Complinit will lie tik.n' as .n- I once earn, wont K f.. f 'ir i ,
Mrs. Audrey Siko". all of Jack and. Mrs Dave and Miss Fay Porter of Water 'fessed bvmi. 1'grapti
; w.'eks in M I"" P' ,1..1.i 1 '
I Mrs Everett Padgett nod chil- Valley Miss. visited Mr. and Mrs.G. I This nutii.hall bo ptililsb.d. ,,

dl'en of High Springs are spending once eat'h \\ ....k for f .in' i-..II;.. mix..
Davis last week.
W.
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I weeks in the Jr.llf"I.1: Cotintx\ Tel
PICTURES a few days with her fat lt'r, R. S. graph
The Davies iishing
Allen. enjoyed a 1 1 1'.I1.llhis :2nd? d.ty 1 "if \ptil, 1''7
trip on Santa Fe Lake Saturday. i i (o..lt.I.\I.. SI..U.i. .\.1 I Th"I ,-
:MI: and Mis T. \\'. M.:ik. y - Miss Hazel Crosby of Gainesille !| Py Myrtle T. I),:i\.r. I'.'.p'itM.' 1. I-

"TH A 1"S 01'R Ill 'sl.\' \' visited: Mi and Mrs. J. W "ttt ,, CIVE

0ITI11'( ; st'rri.iKS: Thomas and ,sons: last weekend. 'NOTH: TO .*rpiitIn : HONEST.EFFICIENT.
; (irruit fwnrl. Itra0f*rd round.
: Florida In Clianrrry +
With a j good photograph, people AT $"t"I"" lhunz: ,.I-), T'Itin'] ;, ff t- ,
NOIII: OP Ivn'"I'IU' I :M.'.11.\ :Mini/tills, 1't tul.iir AND 1 I
really J'U away. m u vnroijn ('0. IKI.K.KM'H: : Itl.l.lsll.lt: : l'It"'lIlul"U I Case NJ 90c.;: "' .
it off \ that the >< lirr To .\PP"Ar.
Don't longer h.I'\ KIM n
put any ''in I i- FAITHFULSERVICE
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'iil.rsiirn.il' I. uniUr the provisions of' : St. Hi 11:1 IIIZ.'His I vi 1 b re i-
picture taken I i.,1\.1.\ i .''I '.-" I..ixv- of Plonita.iis 11"11' i' and addrt's, Is.I' 'u' :. rou :Slvtil. /,
"' I 1'' II \x ill rrgi-I.-r kith. the "I"l'l.i \ n.lrerce..
,,' t'',.- t'n tilt\ Court in and Yon are hereby. of..1 l hat a -
I:i ,nil,,i .1 ....untv IIII: IIf Klorul\ i -iiit, I''.r divoi' .. i I.." fi,! "| 1)
"The Modern {Way"SO { PHONE 218 111.. "1 in." lilt III'I" ""I t "f t pubhtlo. .u.I .III.ll'I|s| \'''11 Ml' 'I I,. ,,u,,,,1 vI
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QUICK COLONIAL r "hi' h I nn 1i.II."I; in I 1011-111"- \ i ,,1t..IIII'1 1,. \pLun'n 4tJA -

SO EASY ., : :ut..1o| r:.ist fait M; ., si t.III., .. ., th.. Pl.imtilt t' '. T egg( ;
1 FI"IIb! i F'r.t,ink T.iiidrimi s I ii i 1'oriI.! ,
SO NATURALLY LOVELY) and file the 1 I'll--I'1 i ice .f SU CONCKESSIOHU DISlRlCt 1 I
I: i I >,ni'put oxvn.r ::.J" SI II IIl'Ign.1I ; t
FLORIST 'rhos I ,i,>ps..n si 't"r.. FI"r\.I.1\ the ci.>rk of the c r. .i, 'I' irt "nol
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You can count on our II I .\1' I"-.J. n St.O i .K. 1.lOlf..nl. oth> rv\-is.. the .ill.,/K.it i",i, f sell, |
i 'untv I F1..II.1.1.i I> i'<.mplaint; w ill\ II In.. t.I,. I4 ..I i if. FOR

Here's IdlY : FLOWERSFOR ? _"> I It! 4 I'1 -,....J bj' >'>.n.
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They are Beautiful ALL OCCASIONS ou \NI I'IIi'uCult: ill \I. 'I "i,'''I \\ -. .k. |III the P.iadti.t.i: t 'ouniv 'J'I..h ,,!., ELECTRICIce G
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At price beyond is:\ 1111\4: : HP in* ( ONIIMVN '- ', Clerk of the ('ir.'nit 1"\0I\ Cream Freezer t -
a compare ('i: IN i.IPI:. i I'I:" MM I I !tie T D.>aver. I'.'!>'itCb! :,
44414 Mae all Ik. i, .?'. ,m0th hint
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on ih<' 1'1.11": .f I 1,11: Mill. b.li.v.il IC.ISIPU: I iiriiniti"* \ \ >u: ...h Chu .,INI' (01It 01..... n' ..... '
PORTRAITS to I., d I. ...1. mil U' II ":1:1-\1': due f....., Moles 4 1.1,
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SIX3x5's Nome il' h. r. In Kiv.n that tlotiudiignrd
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DISH lioti. .I'"I .ippli, ilion was p11bIt.lu | : ..nd.,1.1 ..11 >ud ll l.trltl .
GARDENS II
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.d. iii'otnpban' .. with law. all,1WIIIII i und" the provis,, 'me "i t ..aii ij --4 ::Jo.... .., oil ......" I..,. r '1, .
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POTTERY off i. in Stark', I-lot Ida at in nil
Clerk| Hf the CM','uit Court in and Reg. Price 27.95 j jHere's
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foi Jrulforlllnt': 5ttt. .f FI..n- I
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Chris. J. Newbern I time ttstiinoliv VA.isI ..
POTTED PLANTS ill. receipt ..1 t nbih.t-\
I -i I n l 1' .: ,-hint th<. l<'Kal prrdr.tth upon |pl i AttENTION how to
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FLOWERS; WIRED hI\ It we ar. eimiu\ 01 I '1 i ititiss
SITTINGS "I 1" II", of I rn, ptsuu fill gnu. ate If You Have yours for only 1c :
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ANYWHERENona i. '1'1 i i il t. I" r anion thni < I
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NOT'It'K 10 Al'J"C.'H I II'! .
lit I in ml Court, llra.lfard imiiiK. nliilKC

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FOR 167.50 f.i TlI\'u1'l'e':\' h1 I .','n fi:. I Ifsfy LUMBER CO.
L. 'I- you in the at...ve n.\lI..1 1 'oOS 0i
and cause, and v'''ii ir' 1- I'HONK: Jll ,I II'
CD () CD (]) I (;AS n 'il TO ser\e a cop of your an-
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I Installation nOn '* :' or pleading to the i ,,nip! ui ti O. Km 7l'i: ) I
i 'i Plaintiffs Attorn -. Hv in
MihE.. Fl 1..1.They're .
i !: 1 I'a} meat> 30.50 T I I'\n- and Neal O 1\,111-.11'.1"3 1
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x hange BuiMinK J.IC'kl'.n-
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J. H rida. and file tt h'.l c:' il QUID O1A1LITf-SAM,WT Mull
t I Gas .. ..ffn'e of the Clerk <.f "u> "r'I"- 1
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137 This notice shall he plIt.lI-hrd! going -

Installed \et Lai.p. .4 I nee'H'ek"each In the week Bradford for fnnr County poise-nti\Tl'lt'' gong, going i reHA

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II 4 Clerk of the Circuit Cnurt Y.
I We Will Finance 4 Pv Myrtle T. Dea\er Deputy Clerk ,
4s era:!! 41 4 INMUICI BuyThisNew195211CuftFOOD

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For As Long : : in ,trriiu FREEZER
In Irruit t..urf. IIr..trord County,
Ploridn: In (hnnrrrj.

.\:\ I 1: l..i: ( hnlrne- i.\. ,,,1'lI..nahJ I Iu.Ware I.-I"'f\. .-s.i..f.| Plaintiff'ndaiu 1flA at the Regular Pru_ e. .

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18 MONTHS Irange T .,, i:. (D,,"ild I I.. p. \\,.... 7 td r
429 9 5
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brings top performance .. 75
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t I plue lotrr-1a+ting dependability. -- : ;Tne y Sfe1 V F i'M> .. Get the Electric/

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)It has so many exclusive features : C E <"< fr, ...r ...*.. ..f .'..*, ..?. t.n tflinI Ice Cream Freezer
; ,ur .. ,.,'. 1..01. M.p. I ... f*.t.r.] .

: such as the Red Wheel l oven heat : ? t,:.'.4t.)..311.....Ik,.:' .,:'.:;. '..",01 .3.'...*,,0.., .b...'i'l.... for only I

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regulator the one-piece top burner : llyperciii Th '" .:
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.Sec this and other .

unr"i: :'-i1 f'tl'v' insulated oven
SENSATIONAL DOUBLE
r Magic Chef Specials : ,. % ha 429 96

swing-Out P""iler plus main STOMACH I ,
ULCERS VALUE! Both for onFRANCHISD//- o

other:. Today 4 STOPS A' o J-Tv! r-i
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m ii jtj *ji -- -' DEALER
6" .na anti Rcvnd, with Mart de '
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eater / r TABLETS i lie Duril'.ocr Maiiuituanoiccd apr" i "
nt ELECTRIC
Sf! bteal Full fifrt dial u ta.n (r "ad-n Q75 GENERAL )
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E CENTRAL FLORIDA het leo.e: $322 rUIWn.1101ar/MJdf. f',.!.!,,t ti.,.l,h OO

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I I Koch Drug Store

119 11. I' .\U. ST. PHONE 301 STARKE, FLA. Seaboard Railway }Jratch1l.1pertor
Phone 229 Starke Fla

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 132 '-'Cot'I! \ ,
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Christian Church SeenIn .111,1: irny Beat in one at a Methodist: Church: here. \Visiting relafvc(: '.. .. : 'M.i ... -l'
Curbs ,., 1
Cancer tit i egK; yolks, add IIL. tsp. Mrs. J. P. \V\nck, Mrs. Joyce 1:1 Irt'R t,' :::'lIhlIY ,.1: _

Ti!, friendly church in the hear: 7 Danger Signs 'an:11a:!! sift before measuring 22.I Futch and :Miss Elizabeth Terry All' d Starling nf H.ir"Pt'lIdll1g .\\, i n T.t.- I IDencar

i''! :' ,wn extends a welcome to all. died ofcmcer :: nips cake flour. resift with :2 't'te i atu'ntliiij; to business: in the week with h,0 .. .._! !!

Easter is the time when all About I.t 21) 000 car-and persons more than tsp baking powder. 1-2 tsp. salt Jal onvillv Saturday. J kif' H 1t I il : K ; ,'.' : isgel! I' ,tstgt
pe >ple should turn out in masses : > Add the sifted ingredients to the Lieutenant and Mrs. F. Coffc: j'\
needless. ,.
0,000 nt t'ie! deaths were /:
to worship the Risen Lord. butter mixture in about 3 part ot Jacksonville were gnie-ts; otMr. \l! \\ II .
The lr.p< were forfeited to ignorance Flu !1' i" \ \ i and, .i.: iU'.i __ to-:-.
Bible School begins at 10 a m. or delay according to the alternately with thirds of 1 cup and Mrs H. \\aim\nghi on i iThursiidv r'I.j' M 11>- Adi K.Kvaui.- II. i :M i- t u
Methodist Church Everyone is urged to be in Bible American Cancer milk Beat the batter until it i issii'ooth of last week. Lt. Coffer 1 I{.exL enf: imiy t ) '
Church :1 a x ? 01 !
Baptist- school this day. Morning worship : Society. after each addition. Whip: i- luiLiiiandt ot the Naval Fuel 1 1IVpot hf Stephen! Foster '.tent'1, t. ,- ;af''i I

J The First Baptist Church of The First Methodist Church of,i service begins at 11 a.m. The Successlulmanagement until stiff but not dryI eggwhites. '\'hil,' Springs Sutuia% ,11'. : IV I'trim
invites to at Lord's Supper is served at 11:15: 1." t-p salt. Fold then Miss: J.ijie l'w'ollle of Games", Saturday
of Starke cordially you .
Stai ke joins the other churches r be- "tMl'"S; : guest at the :Mi--
the city in inviting you to the tend services of worship on Easter a.m. Morning message "The Re i American ot cancer with the lightly into the batter Add one \:1.t':l au t' !i.ded servicesat thiMethod.s' \ v RI ul .l.Ird home were h'ran ::: ., ,':' I

Easter Sunrise Service at Kings .Sunday. Church School begins at surection Gospel". Special music I Cancer grin, : out, the package Nestles Semisweetiwhich ; church: last Sunday'trs. ;- !I--:: [L.ltle Bohannon ... <'.t., I iy Sn': : \ I:
will be at this i p ( hay been ) H! and Pl..'.,'
record attendance of brought servicf. melted over Kitzpat'ick nigh : :N t' .
and
with
ley Lake 5:45: Sunday morning 9:45: a Society ACS SlVS: L !I ; '
with the message being broughtby 250 expected for this Easter Sun Evening service begins at 6:30) i ,in t. the disc double boiler < to batter Bake in Ur Doin and! \L: and :\It.. TIT. '' ;' ," U i :sh ot G\II1\ ..hM -

Pastor, p.m. with Christian Endeavor c II. i,t bet tube pan in numerate oven 3f}o degrees Fiizpaiiii.t UK: '
Rev L. D, Haines, t Ky T"r t I'I" "
titled "He Live?". Further announcements day.All three choirs will sing at the Evangelistic services at 7:30: p.m. ti 1 i t un i in an for about 4;) minute, or MM'.' Jai: '"k-onvihe! were gu "l", u: Mia., ,\- :\> .lle '\ t'1".;.-,,,: :,. ;1.,1'.,. ;" t 1.', '! '
of; this service are 11 o'clock church service with a real treat is in store for this ,M'K' .tage (for I don. 'Eii.( Miner on Thur -dar of last rev Suuda\ .

service, come and bring cff'-i':.\ .\ n. Mr. and .
found elsewhere' in this paper.At over 75 singers participating. The your tre.itmti: >p II I :Mi-! ; \\ 1 I' htlIacks..inillo !
the First Baptist; Church at Children's Choir composed of 40 friends. An import tnt 1 put! "t the ACS I Mi- ( .1 ,\nd. r-. :MiHiekj : u ,", \ t.-, i

odock both the Carol Choir children will wear new choir robes, Prayer meeting Wednesday at program toasts( of te.iduns the and M I IM: : Blmiut: : Ati shopping Icy "n Moiiil, ,r

and 11 the Church Choir will bring and will lead the processional. Thesubject 7:30 p.m. The study will be the public cancer's seven danger sig LAWTEYI \ | n '1.\ ", Fl\! : i ':1a-1; MIMuci'; iC.: vttn.s \ \.

l Easter music and Rev.'' of the Easter sermon to be 5th Chapter of n Corinthians nals. They are: .\t-ek. h, ti "t"'fl" ,iilg;; "H.:.. :. u .I
special I
, will be "Considerthe preached by Rev T. G. Mitchellwill Bring your Bible for this service. 1. Any sore thai does not (hra!. 1 II. lulih I '....11.!' II( !1. y ( i J.t. k-unvilk : in New River and T.' .
Raines' the
in
message 2. lumji thickening .
A
or .
Lilies". be "Christ the Lord is Risen." Homer Swindall, Minister breast or elsewhere. 1 l 'L n'"' \\ .' 11 I i ::1 I i..' I hoi-' ;last s;':

f. Sunday evening service will be Sunday evening:', the Senior 3. Unusual bleeding or discharge. I t. I' .. M \ rl I 1 II.{ i- '. :V I \ ..- Alts ,.,,,,, i I 1
"The 4. Any change in a wart or mole. i r, d,'. ,
I
devoted to the singing of the Choir will sing the Cantata At The Tabernacle dilli- I .b' ,'nI:: ,
o'clock 5. Persistent indigestion or I : \' ,
. choirs of the church with special Song of Triumph" at the 8 culty in sw allow ins- ,, I, \ 1 '! : l't.t.r S ." :
solos, duets, trios and special., church seivice. The public is cord- Commemoiatmg! the 19th Anniversary G. Persistent hoarseness or cough 1 : r -. ( n- ,'.
music by the individual choirs as i ially invited to attend. of the Mission Hall and 7. Anv change in normal bowel) I V: M-- i j .\ 1 1'.1 adl' said) In ( lHnlrrn., .

I' well as mass singing by the The Senior and Intermediate Tabernacle work a short program habits. ... ...... -
Carol Choir, the Chapel Choir and Methodist Youth Fellowships will will be presented tonight (Friday) The appeirance of am of t1'.< ,e :_ _. -_. .__ _g __ J'

the Church Choir. Following the I, met at 7 p.m. with Rev. Dale Suyder of the symptoms does not me.tn, ot UMUV,

"Evening of Music", directed by A study in the Book of Acts Children s Bible Mission, Lake that cancer invariabh is \pn-i, lit

Mrs. Mona Canoa there will bea I, will be started Wednesday Butler, as guest speaker. There But a doctor should be cotiMilt,< d I
untreated
baptizing service in the Bap evening. April 16, as a part of the will be special music by a trio of cer immt.di.llt.lSince always spreads, delais 1; vet.t misTins 1-1-' ARLINGGR

tlstry Beautiful as the church' study program of the W.S.C.S. boys, also of Lake Butler, and ear the ACS hope t r,1! "i. Quantity

ordinance of baptism i i" administered and the Wesleyan Service Guild.. other special features. every American lipme with :a t> !id-i!

to some 15 candidates. I.I The Book will be taught by Rev. Easter music will be featuredat saving information about c.IM T

Sunday. School with a goal of i IT. G. Mitchell. the services Saturday eveningand The funds that support tins puLl!.' .
-100 attendants meets at 9:45: with I Sunday.The education program are prm !< J 1 1 L,'- Rights

Orie Wiggins supervising the | TIltHt: : '.\ public is i cordially invitedto gifts to the Cancer Cms.\u!.. GROCER & MARKET j
'lIIa TI.\X riH'KCHEvery Remember! Canter it.k.:: -.e "<
of 80 officers and (
corps all services
tt'achprs'l
I I fi\e. Strike back. Cue t.t <. :
Unions at 6:15: :
gather
Training
at 7:30: .
I Thursday night canuTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTT "
directed by J. T. Lawson for group I II
training in church membership. p.m. is church night at the Theres- St. Mark's Episcopal Corner Reserved
Call &
Sis.
Cherry
held church. Bring your friend ? Starke Fla.
Midweek service will be a: sa ,
11 12 until
Friday April noun
usual 7.45: Wednesday evening in and let us pack tht house this :3{ p m Three hour Good Ki !idavMrviKM The Life And TimesOf These Prices Good Fri. and Sat., April 11 and 12I

the sanctuary. Thursday Young people ar" Bishop Hamilton \\'".,t. New River FolksBy _

A cordial invitation I extended urged to bt pi ',s'iit it T; p! r \\'e otficiating Jessie r..*- I..ueniijAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAA.AAAAAA.A \\J ;. -- ' -
to all\ to join in these worship!, cwnt n. ..HEHHI _. Ha ,: : N & -=
will bt- looking/ IOn\\.1! 1 :"i-eeins:: Sunday April 13 9:45: SundaySchool.
services and enjoy the spintua': Thut d.i\ ii.yht 11:00: Easter Services and The Smoked Tender
you tnd votes than Bl'O'lIIl1gowner w and Sweet .
fellowship of Christians ai! our) L.B.IBACON299
Holy Communion. Rev. Yeikts.ntficiating .
ship. Home SwiiKtall MunttBAPTIST \ ; and OI't'Iltll'i iing -
station at 1..011.: t;' '. '

"" :: '" : : >: River cross 2 Ilads a .
I St. Edward's Catholic dance room behind '11

The dimension: are :,"

FIRST C'8'UR.C"H' S't""a t""a--t""ar'k e'- Rev Sunday R-chard Mass at Lyons 9:15: pastor.a. m. room also can' be I.-

public ffl'1 : '! m 1
Weekly :Mass at 8: a. m. (
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Omfk iiiim' Saturdav!( T.'W: to
RI" ". Lewis I). Haines, Pastor ,
grounds u,1: l i : s a'
sn::; ) 1'1Chlldll'L:
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town i; ,'aterhtClasses!: viting tn" I j..i :" r.s "

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 \\Ydne.sday. Ii'W: .) I'.:M it scents "i. :Mi ::\ stop II TIIUffCOCA_ 'i: ... : M td
_______ II II 1111__ I _I ---- .. enjoy the t < i I t in '". 1-

Morning Senice.s "Consider the Lilies" Church of Christ the when bei.it\the .'!i ._ wIll.if! .t / < .
!
Evening Sen ices "An livening of MUMC: by the Choir" Corner 10th and McMahon "shake i 1 i lit t twon't t' < SLbtl.ctn."n.. ,, i 19C GRAPETTE 6bd. : 19C"|

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SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.: 7:30: P.M.: 1'r'! aching 11 A. :M and 7:30P : I! build i _; .c ,". n (pi '. I .
Sunday School 9:13) : : A.M.-: Training Unions 0:15: :) P.'I. :M i- n"\ in Indetnntt Tall Alaska, ca ;
SALMON 39C
IID.WEEISEUrlCE WEDNESDAY. 7:30:: P.M. Prayer :Meeting and Bible Stud 101'1! lit" MAYONNAISE 39C

eai''!Wednesday 7:30: P. M. to the "1I1', Th.! ,r ; '' I'hl, ,.

VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING: PASTOR Everyone welcome. are Bud I r: l-o ton :\.l!<" l'.

I the urine :\!I' !I1 owns: ., &
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Presbyterian ChurchSunday Mr. tr: :\i-: "1 1'I mm'?n ,

.. Raiford i.,' :> ,ndi i .
.... School at 9:45Knend.hip : ; |J" fELLO. < C
and Mrs. S.i K"lly B :
Class 10 a.m c
.
Mr. and M! I-hni. t k !
r'l'/ ll ///l 1'1'1' / .// 1 11 all :Morn.; service con
of Raifor.! \ I-I'' : :\11, ,
!tutd by f t'L.. A Shepherd ol .
B. Moniix 11d:; :: ( '
to : MiM: I He i II' i For
Y PEPPER
.uili Sunday evei.'i
attend all the services Sunday at the F'lliship was o\i-r r i' : Hirently 3
: at 7 pm.Church .
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH gl'ap" ,iii", "
Hampton of God8th
E"I'I \ ,,' y. .! For

St. Clair last :Ol1no1! \; 1\ I : 2
& Sta
I Sob) Cray, Pastor .
ChuttL 1'1.' _
Sunday School If a.m. ; ::1
Bible School 10 A.". H. T. I'. 7:00: )P.M.>> Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m fOr el e' l .' .1. ., ,

SERMON: TOPICS : Sunday! Evening Service 730; p.m dftt'rn. 'J1'
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Y. P E Service 7:30 crowded 1 : -
11:00.M.: "Tli.-M. Thrif" 8:00 p.m. "1'I1I1..u1I'I":' ; Tuesday p.m g';
Prayer :Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m I''a' .1 h. tltt B 2'rsm'ats r rtFS ee. .Sf j iih
"('once I5rin,; Your Family To Sunda> School. I 'le s. II II", ,.. -y j j

Nursery Open:' HAMl'IO.V toli I "1'I! ::y !.::. frP7 ly.lhJl

.- ., _._- -. .,--- {'IIIH" TI.\X {'Urlall RaY"I"1 : I ;. I
,-- . ... .-- .' '. .. .- List he : --f"':
I Mible: School 10 a.llIOI"l11n.; Ile III-I-I.r: "I t': I: A' Colored
\\ ship: 11 am.'r.; Y. F., 7 p n .
: 111m::.: < I
1! .II1 l'ISlU' Service S p.m. Wed ,'and! \Ih\ I:. r I liL'l.1t .OLFXJ QTRS.
t49! -,la night Bible Study S : i
ELEtTRICIlYltfhl > p.mI ; I u.-, .:zhLyhat ,'
I I'iptismal:, serviceseie h.'luurday
:-:. afternoon at 3 clock secklll I :. I tAnya LIJ.

Faster: Sunrise S,'rvi,'e> will b: 1\ I ; !on,!, .
:;r la promptly at 5:30 a m. a t hlt'le : '
.Lit:;:: 'itour
C. Mi'npton Lake. You ate inviter! ,. ... ..... .. .
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''II r \ nut : -;: _e'j..... .. ;1: .. .tf'.7 '. --
uirslup with Uh at all set vice8 leader -' I
John Cluldress :Minister i l.fIw..t S ,01!, 1', 1" hiI r 'Ih. ;jar Vets

Ia in public: ,IL'l: t ':\1'b \ 49C
f i'in iu: 'u ()J' JEM'S: : CIUI: >T I I la< she sang. SYRUP DOG FOOD 3/0r 15C

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Or LATTrJt DAV > \INTsM
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1 Felt"n1 .
( We hear that : t "

"iinl.u.is >ni.." Temple.School every Call Street.Sunda:V' !, be Seeber going Doyle up for Andrea indu.. I II tCharley .> "33" quart 121f2C' 'i' C

0"t I'.n;.: I'1) ,I m :Sacrament; Serv" I; an I Kloi-o ( ., BLEACH ICE CREAM 16
,
t; :5i l) 1 l' .r A cordial invitatioi!
'i < ,
I finally m tended to all. in Stark F ,.., is .u. .
1't\"nX'o"'T:: lUlLIXtXrurucu : ._
th.'T .
i \\i': '" -
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I ,'r"'Y: .;.,":" .. ...... ,
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C warmingThe -" - -- Yoc- f-j.o->. >
v .' i > ;S haul I 10 a T.
OG Earl :\: d\-
M :-'t .>._ Si vii-e i 11 am 6 Lb. Jar Plantation
spent the weekend 5 LBS
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i F\ 11,_ -' ytee" 7'30 p m.
uncle and aunt :--.
>'? I"; :MeetingsCednesda( 1 I ,L
nij; 'I' 'r Saturday nigh Beulah Mae Moody
s I ;p
I 1- 4S: p Mrs. Ada Kelly L! LARD 9ge MEAL 33e

ef)1 -H G"f>1irJ. PasterTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt r home after -pending -< '. 'K

::- with her pranddaught- .. .
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I Joie Moody I in Mi and Mrs Curtis Ci- n"

son Charles of Orlando '.<. ."'.' > -K
HAMPTONBy end guests of Mr I'-...,\ .'0 DREFT large 17C ORANGE JUICE No.2 81f2C

Mrs. :M. C. SweeneyIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWAAAAA brother-in-law and -ist-1 M! sad

MOOR N1TLC Mrs. McKmnley Brownni!


:Mr ind Mr>1. Eugene Hall an AA d phase Joe of Lazenby his S phase entered \ >w- nool 6th. ( RAISENS 1 5 or. t 19C 1 SAUER KRAUT No. 2 can 1 OC

sun,, of Dasher Ga. spent Satur'. Monday. He is assured ,.: v t ... Del Monte
'day he -e visiting relatives weeks of school in .1'i. ,nit .

NWNORGE"SELFSTARTER" Don Ousley of Perrine spen After the Sing ",' ,; -. .
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Sunday: through Tuesday at hammer i IE joyed a trip over to : ", ,' ". .: .." ._ : : n_"' .. _._.

camp on Bedford Lake. Memorial at Whitt- -

Palm Sunday visitors include,d Granville a!- ; I onh.' Factory Pack, Dixie CrystalSUGAR

GAS RANGEBanishes Mr: and Mrs. Percy Griffin an d Game: ': y-.

Mr and Mrs Emory Sparkmaand n rmgt.'i/ !.

--*-a" rui! >:jMer of Jack-ot I. He t ikOldtlV.i -
matches and ville .
'Wi
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pilot lights forever! The JV Horne family wit h Cak. site'" ,dy

Dick William of the Umvi-rsit Sherpa i

A Norjte exclude! Jut press the O A J A T of FI"flda'isited the Foster Men. S.tt 2 ..uj/a oiij; i 5Lbs.44c

button, turn on the /gas-and /iUHi I onal White Springs on SundayMi soft 1 cup butter T
presto, oven or top burners light '-' *'*' *-' ?- Vonule+ Kelly of Stark wa l sugar gradually. R.>". :

instantly, electrically. Safer ':'an' overnight guest la-t week r)lf gredient until they .i- ant
thriftier! Dozens of other features.Ste Miss Sylvia May.

Vmoursclf!! :Mrs Ola Perkins but Tu
i i HamptoI I Ii n is expected to vet
I School principal visited Mi.-. teiihing duties "hl'r\

Louise Raukrson 1st g.uiI 1 I.' :M -- Helen Jan I'",, > w .. -- .. .
GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES ; teacher at her home in YVaMo ''I! . .1U:' ", : :
I ."_ "ds in I'i.' if onr -;- ..... ; -'-----,. .. '; ."'\ hrA.r :Jlfi-
Court & Madison Sunday. Miss Raulerson ha ;b,', a':..:Uj,>. dui also \ :,. '! 'Jies' .

: Sts. Phone 10 quite .11 fur the past two w.'e k scenic beauty of Ra'.r. A ..:. g";; .: .' ... -. -- .. -" -:: _. -_..<. ; -',. "l;#fL : -'_ '.,.: .j'.i. _









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I'AflK: TK.V COUNTY TELEIJKAPH. --T'R P:. 'I.mUI'\ I1UII" .
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Truman Decision Meets Favor Here; i, Keystone Christian ColonyOn : .. ... r. M: : '. K. :''* t l' 'i'; !1.. ,." --


ry ?! ;.I'ln\. I IM 1 I \o... s, I'IIIIOUKI |II q .. .
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Spot Check Shows Russell Strength .i t \ : \
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Brooklyn LakeIs cf .

In a spot cheik 1 tin- week the that's t lit' be--t thuig Truman coulii,!

Telegraph found the proverbial have done. My candidate i is Senator I Give A Young Man A Chance

man-in-the-street ( at least in Russell"W. Growing Community I,

these parts! heartily in :accord ,, ..: -
E. Thornton. Chief of Police: '
with President Truman's decision .
II "I'm surp glad Truman retired. Wf ELECT
not to run for re-election. 'Th.-.\ i midi, !' I HI!' api' S
want Russell for our next Pres \
When it comes to picking a new I ttin: !h'i .ill.Hi' I
,, ident. Tht': n.iuhtArll!:: f). 'v i i : mi I I'I I
man folks interviewed at random 1 T. A.
Jerry Beaver refrigeratior of any 'oI -lIa! ob-ene. \. !. > .licp-

here favored Senator Russtll or mechanic: "I think Truman's de. ped b> toi a in ';! \'Ii't t..n." 1 h. I 7 Yawn
General F.1"l1ower.Oot a single 1\ ,
cision was good thing for the in .
a development HOW !profit' ; ';- < n .
nne expressed himself) as favoring -
South. I'm for RusselL"lrs. 'Lake Brooklyn bet .':Iwn St irkt
Senator Kefauver Senator Taft. .
or :\ William Etheridge. housewife and Keystone Heii'V-. ..". ......." ... .' YOUR
Carr insurance h I I
:
Colley, agent :i
"I was surprised at the President'FdecisIOn : "I think it's the best thii 1\ The Keystone ('h'-' -i .;. -!CII.y 'i.'f"' !

that could have happened. We is one of the proJect < ; istone
but it's good thing for
a need more Americanism and mop Christian Foundation In>- :a 1.0TI.Yt: : :\\ HOMK: 01 II. I.. ITSUKU .IN ,,m m i Hi. ....\/.r.11 .ittr.icux.-reM.len.c-! : # COUNTY
the Demoncratic Party. We can -
looking out for America." She Florida non-profit religi.ii- i orpo- r -entl.\ coniplfti-il at the Itt'S. 'ttrit' ( liristiait ( oloin on iIi) slion-n ..t iM-autiful 1..11 _
harmonize better now and compromise -
on the state's rights issue was undecided between Taft am1 ration recently lH'OpOIH.: -J\ under r.nnikl\n. 'l r. l'i..llt'r11" and opi-rates a chain ut I I'i telethon.-' hnn;.:..- in \ irg in ii :

I Eisenhower. the laws of Florida. and .North Carolina.Mr. JUDGE
which will get the South back intI'the S
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A_ C. Feieert.: executive nrinap-i ---
electrician "I'n-
fold." J. K Kite : n' f I
I the Demjocrats of the Foundation stat that 17 and Mrs Feigert are now Frank .\ T.nhir itf.Uai III :Mr Frise- i
Truman out so
Miss Frances Barr}, ecretary glad got
: could fighting lots have already: been soid n' the niemb: of the First BalI| :.,t Georgia.Housi's. than (K'i.' 'mi.-' :
stop among
said "I feel for Truman but
sorry '
he wouldn t have won anyway | themselves. Senator Russell is ? colony out of a total of :.tl ..vaii Church in Starke. He IS suj.*>r- ; to bt' eonstructed >;,|itt !' )I'i, 'he 111 [p1 .1,* ." t 1 iI I' t Vfit run K\-Parmer : : Lu! .. .

able. The attractive homeihrivn intendent of the adult SutdttYSchool : and in contract stage .TI.- I t. I h. P.ilitis: and KI'\-'HI-. | i -
Eisenhower would make a goodPresident bigger man than TrUman and lotr Cnurteoiut Honest r ,
1 smarter.'* her is one of five that hav! been there. and Mrs. Feigm i? occupn-d by Ben F. Gordon of Colony during t the I la -. i- S : : pohl/,
unless the Democratsput
i ii completed during the Col<>uV> a teacher( In the Sunday Scho.B. ..\. Grand Rapids.< Michigan. Fred R greater impro\ei: !i.: : MAKKIKI; HAS TWO SONS
a strong candidate i Rome J. Andreu haiber: "I
up first L. Fisher of Martinsville. Va. Sacher of Brooklyn New Y.ork tiled for 1952-5;: ,
W M. Carter druggist "I think predict Truman is going to re yeqr.Land. 11'.1.,1\\ ;paid tor l hr> 1 V Aa\un
for the colony project ''va built and occupies the home shown and Gerald! Culberson of Pin ii-! Gordon L. Purdy. direitoi <.

----- r .htained. from Park of th' }'ahm aboHe is vice president of Kentucky. .
r Park of The Palms is a dim MI t tI .
and lies immediately adjact-.it. tr ihe Foundation and a well kiv'.vn Other property IIWMTS :ir..> M I :\1 :t-. '-: .J ,! r5. _c'H_ _, '< -'_''__' <
-I 'I: Keystone Christian Found: t u..nr i '
administration building 01 0 Christian industrialist. Hevn- Rupp eXt'I'utlst''rl'tar (lit t

%WINKLER ELECTRIC SERJ"/CE the Park and extends all i':.<- ;\'ayi and operates a (chain of 12 telephone Brotherhood Mutual Life In-. I'1'1'' The two organ.zatui i < SPECIAL OFFER

Keystone Height- city I.1' t'I' exchanges in Virginia and ance Company of Ft. Wayne In operate in promoting: : the:

Mr Feigert built the fir.-i !hnneilteie. North Carolina. He is pat i resident diana: Dr. R. R Stoker ot It.,.l).. pioprrties! i. : I'I i ,

ZENITH I He comes t ln I )m Van \\ I't. of the National Indfpemk-.it line. Louisana: : .1. H. McEacIi ern and residi nee tentei : >: I -

Ohio where he has been ensipeiin ; Telephone Companies of Jacksonville; Roland and Ai vir Two nation! -..si.Chi! : l ,i- -

Ij1I: daily newspaper; ; ami, indusl i it' Other homs completed ai ti! Gander of Danville. Kontucliis ky iion.-i! have itt!.- tt\ 1. > I SI
RADIO
pulilieation .t.'tivities. He i* a colony are owned by Mr<. 10S -- \V. Borelasc of Toro:]ito fur conxen'ioi: diifin! '

I l'\inin: of national reputation: *nd Hippie who comes from :Morri ; Canada : Ole Jen-en of Phila: ,lei\ 'Aintet Thi.\ aie' :N i r. .! l:
and I -
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.: ivmg his eniiie! time to Chns.m town. New Jersey: Miss Mann.i phia I't-1111! and Mrs \\'. A S;tin ailii ("f>! 'e'li i- i I '

I work at tlupresen*. I time. Schick recently from Switzerland. day ui' Winona! : I_ilu-. Indiana Otle'ltal .Ml--1..I1 II.! ,- ,
Sales Televisionand I
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Service eii'-r" the race and be defeated. I jured in an automobile collision Easter CantataTo Belle WilliamsT I I' TRADEUIIUI

,,, havm't made mind yet but four miles north of Stark. on tr. S I
-" ------ ----- ---------- -- -- - --- up my .

F-: Ilhower is on my preferredlist 301 about 5:45: p.m. ]last Saturday I Be Sung By S WillMII, .- 'I .
221 N. Ave. Phone HiGSTARKE I IN
Fil
Temple Patrolman Q. A.
Highway '
Methodist Choir Munetta. S i C M M'-i' ; t i" : t .

M. L. Godfrey, building contrac- hngim, who investigated the ac1cidnnt. the funeral: o: hi -!-' M.: .. .
{ FLORIDA said that Martin was driv-1 "' \ 01 I: III I'
Belle \\lllIam.
"I surprised to heal Th.Senior Choir of the Kn-t who die.) Lit.sin; ___;
tor was
:
,, ,,, :i very ing north and apparently made a -' It '.. (<< ) .I'.:" '
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i that Truman wouldn't run again. Methodist Church of Starke will
left turn into a dirt road leading I five ('oluniln.i (nF (CONDITION(
make days; in a ho-p.- Ii!
would a
I think that Barkley
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----- in the sing Easter Cantata "Th
to his home directly patl"I
She 77 ,
I vviis" veart ut .1.:.
good President.: of a oar traveling south. He re' Song ot Triumph.' by Edward On New Gas In Our
Besides her bioth'v i > .1! Any Range
COLONIAL 42" PELLETS ceived a fractured pelvis, five fractured Norman on Sunday evening. Apri!
VI\'t'tl I by one sIster MM.n: I / 'I[,
Walter Martin lacerations head
ribs on 13. at 8 p.m in the First :Methodist \\'. Bomar of Neuaik, :X .1
Store That
and suffered from shock. lie war Costs Over $200
Seriously HurtIn I I Church. Mi.Williams &iidIt H.HI.II!
KILLS I- carried to Alachua General lbs -
The Choir will 'be have visited their broiler he "I.
directed
THEY KILL MEFEED \ Collision pital. I I by numerous oeca.Moiisrn
Mrs. Ruth Parker with Mrs. E. K
The southbound driven by
RATS ( Walter Edgar; i :)\J.IIIIt.r 59! y.-ai car. 1 1I Slade Gas co.
& MICE UTILOVE'9Contains W W. Kramer 30, of Silver I Ferryman as organist. Featured

old carpentei.' \* ,I' -i-iiously in- Springs, Md.. was damaged to the soloist will be Don Parker whc .% "' 'ro1'1'1: \It
11'Ir.."" ('..ur', Itrndfitnl < i.untt.
extent of $1.000. Kramer. hi? will sing "Hosaunah" by Granier. Florida !. Chancery.KI .

) wife and two small children re Choir members singing in the I: i-i i: \itin.ii-. i-i: I'hontI I J I :Stjirke; t 1:1:
Warfarin W.C.T.U. I Will! im XV .\I II"I" I | i I .
ceived only minor injuries. Cantata are as follows: ;i 'i-\! .
,, \otii-r T. tpprnr.T.I "// /'a!/.'' To Tradi II i/" Static"!
19.! )'!-.\ VKAIi: lKIl'ATU: ) Fillingim said that Kramer war i Sopranos Mrs. Nelson Green XX.II..HI, u VM",

SISTRUNK Mn. G. S. Ncwcomb. Mr I .'-i.i., ti. i,,| 1.1,1: |I
TO IFITNF; : :. IU T \\K: ION not driving at excessive speed. It Charley 1'i'! .i-ur.: I', mi-) !iI..ii.iY."I wtj __ !JI-IE

LdJp.4 TIM;: TO LICKNSK: : Tilt: believed that Martin had paused Parker Mrs. Victor Frees Mrs .fI. In i.-li* "111"\\ tt> r

and SEEDCO. 1U/.K: ItrsiNKSSIIICII:: Hon) Albert LeeIi, ,, Oleeta Green: fur i 1'\ ..!.. .If. ,,,,,1\| .11',"
,
for other cars tr in I ni 'riii'i'H J h < i It14 l I- <
l ut'sTHI' A ISH.I.IO.V MAN": waiting some I: Miss Judy Given. Miss PhOt'beI '1-1 X i'i ,Il' \
'. pass before making his left turn 1 I 4''i 1111! lilt: i I' .
.. II'I AXM'AI.LV.DOKS the I Green. iii|, i I. 'I| I.. >,1\i ELECGUY ANDREWSToCONGRESS
:nid then proceeded believing .
Starke Fla. THAT, :M\Ki: :SKNSK; ::: : ; : ? Altos Mrs Del ('tdley' Mrs. !t.t i .i )iii] .i,1 i n. 1'. .
highway iltatand failing to sec .n ,ill' 1'1.1.1\' ,r''I, I ,
(TIIK; NATIONAL \OICK:) John Olson MisSharon Hall, K. Skipper) 2-'l I O; 'I I i" I. 1/.1/
t the Kramer car for some reason Ja..k.\.IIIt.. ,, .
FI..I'oI' i .1 '"
Miss Pat Miss Johns;
Ann
Sieg.
No charges! were preferred against j original III th.th .- .t.': I I. I. J. I
TenorsG S Newcomb. J.V.. .- 1'iiuri on nr I.. im. 'I,. f lh d .
either driver. of May. I li.,2.! ..tl" n, .111o.t ,
:
; VOTE FOR) I Allen Wood! Jr. Don Park : timi."f .titl l r urn! i n-, ,i I I... t .1.1.t' I ,.
1i I ,iIr, ,'-l i I.,
Mini r. TH U'I'I\lt ; <'I', t "'ITh
F. C. (Freeman) In rirriiil; ('",ort. llrnilluril fountf, ,l- II"" I. i.. I i.. ,
BaseT T Lon .. .
I'liirtiln: In Chaiu'erv. | Konneth1,I''mi > M-I.-I! t' l U | d ,11, Ilx, 01',
U .,!lt. I n Ii I'l.iilillff. I.IM Tytis. John Olson. i W.-K-\ I r:: M 1. |t.ii..ri r I .'ii i iv '1'. '
/n' h i I PI r. nii.int | gr 'Iii"
,_.i'.. :N'; :''':'' I I I'.,t.,1 t t1' .' 11 il.H ..I \ |1" !'I| I IOFFICIM ; ON MAY 6
HODGES Nolii-r T.. \i>i>..n r. ( SKAt.i': A J Thomas.nrk ,
'I.. I.in I I'zn h ** lin- I-. -1.1. i.'i.1 Rites WednesdayFor of the Pircuit! Coon
\ i .,ti'i ..i.lili'--i- laiki'iait. YII>:"- 1.1 I lv: :M." n I. 'i.i-i.x |"t.mu| ? i'i 1.) "i
FOR I ,L, I E. W. Rosier 4 II It '. He stands for
V..', arf hereby notified that amt
JUSTICEOF 1..1' Ph'"..,'.- IIIIK lii-t-n nl-.l I \OTICK TO APFEAlt honesty
11;= IIIIt"n in th.- above naiin I ijW Ro-ier Sr 61. a resident i III rirt-oU Court. HrxlCarJ ('''lIIlIt,
I'...111"I''id cause .11..1 l you are r'-"I riorl.lat In Cfmnperr.William -e '
PEACE of Jacksonville tor 29 died s:nC'eritlilltegrity/
1I1I1't| !! II t" fr\f a t'.I'y of your answer ; years T 1f..w..lI. TMainliff \ -
I.J) > .li ailing t" thf complaint nnMM Krant-es L. HuWi-ll 1' f. .,.
) ir | I II. Sunday morning: following! an ill. -"oI.lItI .n
DISTRICT ONE n.iinnrr, s Atii.i' n..n. T i Case No. SuT.:.
l-'i.nik. (1..II.Ir'lIm. Stat k' 1-""i Ida. ami, ness of several months. He was.a X..tt.. T. ,\pttpav.T' ,
It will take )'uu r.ut e toCIet I 1,1., :ML ..l i"minal III I Ml.I ..frl".r I tin I nttlof Lawtey. I ,: Franr L. I-I..w-lI who.".- ,r, -I', '.- economy
IMr i
i-l, .j K "f th't ',.lIr' nil i or l I.. I I d.-ni-p and address i* Unknown -
me your servant on I..i. Mi. UMi .l.i* nf :\1.1\ I"'.::: I I Rosier was an employee ofi You are hereby nniifi.-fl that a in government

>Wj/'t.5S5*'*>.V>3 ,.'ii. i i\* -- : Ii'I; I t. gilt t'.t' 'III> I Milt for Divor.In..* |I.(..." fili-ii
a@ffi' imIrl IDiiw a- :May (6i I ', u', will I.! t.ik. n :i'I the Florida East Coast Railway.) .iK.iinht In fitahoe .
tg[; ( .11 |I" you named u..int'sslan: ( ,ivu' Leader County( Official .
I 1" '''.I Ii\ \ 'tit I I'niir' and cause .tOO
member of the yu an- required -
,. -.--_-. .- '-',>..- .-... .<-'4'h.. ,. _..' '1'...........;'": YES-I I AM: .\ 1)EMO'IAThumbly: T! ) iii.ii" shall ''*' .IHI'\Ii t.-I He was: a Baptist I to serve a <-opy nf your answer Veteran Worldar II ( ;iraduate Cniversity of Honda
-- -- -> .. : Li r nfl i.-i't.1 t'k f"r f.'iir (', "",' Temple and of the Brotherhood oq I or pleading: '" th.' complaint
: nra.H'.rtl rounty Agricultural S'houlhll' HontM |'rourevieYOUR
yours \* .UIT. the of "n th.riiiitff! | Attorney, H..M 'I'I ,
AI'AUTMKXT "', 'I i lt ItKXT : : .i ,- i.'.\:-;; : /CIMK.s\ : : K.I I-d.i in; CT I'*' 1'1'-1 Railroad Car Men America ..' *nL L.in.Ir'tn. ,, -Iuke.: Kli.nd.i
T. Freeman I I
.r..I1..1 $I'.h. "''rgiit.." >:1tIIU' .1'1\ t limn l ,c.i ,K.I i '"I i > ] (i.'i.1l | l ljI.tI C. ( ) Hodge* !P .1 I tin-i ''Mi 1 t.Lty".f .\1" Survivors include his widow ;u ,id file, the original in tli> oft II''. of VOTE AND
"1.10) ,t. 'u 1 tiirni-ln" ) 1 i Kli.'lllil:, i \ SEAL A. J Thomas. SUPPORT
|h. ; I H.i l .11 i (1'11. l'ul.lh. II .'.VI.I\t.I ) I!I'" "U-rk of the ('irruit Court on IIr Guy Andrews
1'011,',1 H'.M: I U M.tili-'ii It )I",". 'I' I II I ( ) I'I.'rk nf t"** Plrelllt <*.,lirtp. I Mrs Mary Frances Rosier: thi ec I.. (..r.. it. 'l-th day of :M.iv.: I'.i:.! WILL. BE APPRECIATED ]
'ballllt'r "f'I'.illlllUTi rKllll \ \! IM I I. I'IM-.y! I 1"1'1'( ''I.\ i iK J. M Rosier. Daytona Beach: ..' h.'h." all--: iti.iri-; of folt,1
sons.
4 II it : 4 iiipl.iint w .11 b.- ttk-h! ,is ci'nfe'Y- (POLITIC/L/ ADVERTISING'. PAID FOR BY GUV ANDREWS
UKTlli.i.: t I II* .. I '1 q.; I i'1 'I I. ;: i N-I t \1"I.i i. 'i i" .. d i 'n. r __ __ I E. S Rosier.: Dallas. Texas: andE ..'I l by y..u
n-em I"-..- m. d8D7il ....11 .101.. \1-.. ,ill lu-li., > .1 i n ., ,,i. i \\0'.' I II. Miriri: if> AITRAH !I '! Thi 11 .ti.-j i dt ,:: !t--. iiul.i) !,hedI
: | ioii.ii-' : \fll.ly1: l.in'ii I I. I'll I> .' I..I I i ..,?P. I, .:: i d| I YO'l"OTE In 4 ir.-tii ('011 rt, llr..lf*ra C...nlTt W. Rosier Jr. Jacksonville.] .. 'e ai'h w.-ek fur f >ur ,. ?,,., nth.-
.-tI PI.-'h''E :Mr or :Mi- \..I' "oIkll'.t I I -t I .I 11, 1.> v 't l \ ri.iriiln : In rhanrerjr.M ; three dau ht"ls. Mrs. C L. Phillips i \\.k '. q I I. d I t 'PI" ,1..1I.h igi i- -
n\\n. 'JUI W t.o1l""'i "'=. . t.. S. [1'1| ::11 q.| ,p. ,.,11, \\ [ i, x I i-:. ii I'l.im'.i KII.I: i 1.1\\ ; SPEAKING DATES
1'.1.' FOR '..IN": I'.t,4, and Mrs H. M Pierson. Jacksonville ..
lll.lKl- -1' I. |1'1 j I'. d.| |It,1. I .t ii Ii\ ii I? ,1 I \1'i :
ATTltACTIVK newly done over fur- :If' I '\"I,.,. .i.lI \"I''';'' and MrV W. :Nicker H'FFI'I\! <1'\1\ i \ I '; ., ., ,.
nUhed apartment for rent iir.nly' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T.1 Kll.i: "I'-H. ** ti".. .--,1..1\, .-. I- 1 ". f'n: "f '',i. l II r '"II' .
Aj arlments on Clark Street $4i l : i 1"1"| liri.iu'.i; : .unl\ ** 1t'i: i- son. Miami: three sisterMrs! itt :.M.tri.tn I. ',t-','. 1 I' t''t'l.-' tiI Hampton- Wed., April 16 10:30 A.M.

per 11\0nth.\ J. Thomas. Jr. :MATT 1 H E SSE S d'| ,, I'.. !i> .ll \I'" ll-l ISlei'l.ori":" Gene Gaskins. Starke. and Mrs. II II :
ALEXLBARNES
Agent tf !! OF ALL KINDS ". i.l.", I.n-t h.-r. V.v notified that a Laura Chesscr and MrSain i I :\OTln: OK I>TK>TIO%, TOI Graham. Wed. April 16 11:15 A.M.

VAXTKHVotes: for I'.iUy M.tth<-won < K E: X 0 \ \ TEn I -n""" f..r Pinrif, ha. been fl1dtgtd Griff, Raiford; and a brother. JU (:)"lIU t'II'TnIOJ \\It \'II:
Mav: B l'd.. I'.d .\.h' : -t > toll I" the above named ,I Notice hereli* )ri\eii that thm..
I i'.in'! and ,':UI ." and you are rein James Rosier. Lawtey. 'l VOIl IU-ST-.Two S-room furnished FOR Mil TI'r* C a copy of your an- I| Funeral were held at I'hapter -".'1."." \I..m- ..f Flond.i. \. : ,
jipurtments. comfortable b.-'\lNorRC -. ,.}11.Y'I -\*-, p .'r pl"ad'T,sr fit the cotnplain services of KMI. will 1 it'Bisler uitli the i'i.) -I!i.
': spaco: hciter.: fleetric\ rinK': ; ; .1.1.\::. JUSTICEOF .... Mi. I't.ntlfrtt..rn.: .- '. II..n T I I 14 o'cIo Wednesday afternoon ir.I..f th'iriuit I I'onii u anil for I'.I.KI-: Lawtey. Wed. April 16 4:00 P.M.
larRc (x.rch.. ami lawn: Jltf-flli .\.t i L...: "1' lj !I'" ink i l I I...1101 rll 111. St ark.-. Florida. ait'li. '. the Temple with Rev f..rd i'.unt> Stat.f Florida opt'' ,
call SI bridge. K: Stark.i.ik.\ .- I \i. T Mi.- iifiKinal ill tin- ,iffnve i'f th' Bapti-t I r.-i-eipl nf proof of piil.ln a'on; .1
left Kr.iil.-.l ro.id I I1, mile- to 1U U X I T U It E i'i. rk "f th. Circuit Court on or he. Robert Witty pastor. officiating tliK, tioticithe fn utioii.o name ofKI
house, with siun at K.I'.' :Mr-! PEACE ... I MI. 1 I''th: da\ .>f :May 19".2! : ; I : I Itaticho M"tel undei v hi., h >\ >
Carl \Vvnn. |tr..ok'< tfiUJS'GEK l rlll'h"It"rl.1| and ..th.-ri-e the allegations of said Burial was in Greenlawn Cemeterywith ''jar- .-"KoII\.-.t in l"us ii.--- mi I S
r..nplaint: will be taken as con- airanKenieiit- tharge of(\1:: north of StarkKla
: : SEWISnladln.! : .> IiefliIihed DISTRICT ONE f.,--'..d by you. I. S.boll} and) I ;'Ia.I'iv- I..W.Ii;
*y. UiKe City. "'Ia... 1'hini.-c.m.\\ This notice shnll b* published Nauple Mortuary 1 S. holl |toHUH) ;S'rk.Fi: ; .
II'a<..:!! repair: )'.\ur ,ma.-hin 1:1: tip 1I.\STl(;, VTTKF.ss: CO.Talatka. WILL HE: (JKEAT1.Y: .PI r rih; week for four consecutivein I Mdl'd thi,> llth, il.n ,.f \1.1'1',, \ ,M ---
.. 1''r.2.:;: at StarkKradfoid: \ : ''ii.t
riaMIfl.4t'Iust. W* i Bradford County Tele-
I'.iiulitliin. w.--k- the "
tup n", 2lt: t! ha.AA&4AAAAAAAAAaAAjAAAAAA. '
unly Ken"1': SinK>'i t>.trt> APPRECIATED I 1 1 I : i) era vh. GIRL SCOUT Florida. '. STERLING FLATWKAK!
Oar ..rrvn'' .. ,'.Lrs will l I... t k ip -i"'ldllvt"v l 1'.II.d i 'j ii- '-Mi.
...-rVI't' upon r..ui.tXw I tit'.iii.., ()[>|Hirtiinilie> ;It ( IM. r..i. \ih.i I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas NEWSA : '
'OT." :
'
.nl Circuit Court
S.i'K! r nia.-liin.1- a.ail. I'lerk .f the
.:\ Notice i I Iheredj BIV-ll that I Ii. hl.lGorham
lf i-n i e.>i.'' iiM. ttrni- \i' \ : :\ ::.; .KOI: 'ii\r: : i..i-t i .* I':* :Min I ; I. i'-I.* 1"'I'nl'I'r I llowilIK Clerks and I ln -eetor.-.-
,.rn.h.1. Kr.i/t.-- I h> ."-. !1.1|,., | I.; 4114t-. :. "tOrt of Honor was held lasl t i have l It..n ai'i| ilnt.-il for the Firil t I
FOR TIIK m"J(1:1'- IIIl'n; : 111..1.! Itipti-t\ 'hiat. h. s:". iti" A .1 ,! Primary Kle.-ti.m t.. Ihld Tu.'-- / ()LLtt
I
afternoon wn 'n five Gir1-
tall lngravedVtd.)- ti :: 111\ It.1 Thom- Ailmini-tr.iT.ir' 'I I Friday i day Hay; rt. Alt 1W2 in the various ,
fii,, raKiil.,.tt 1'.11'| '-in No. I advanced I I II I
cions >n Scouts of Troop were I'rei-mctH "f Bradford I 'otinty. Flori Heirloom Jnler'ntii', ',;
Jlfi 5. I'.raJf.ea \ ,'unhT"tI'ltr"ph Givel Man A Chance To Inject 1 I ;i
> XOUilK: : CoTTACiKS-; : : the II. w Younger to the rank of Second da.
model at KeMoiic ti.ifn.i I '. //1' I PHWIMT: I. I.\%\TFT
I..'*> io>I. build it ..ur- I' U v \eii- Blood Into Tlu' Hoard of County I I Class. Those receiving their!I I J K: \\'.ilI. .Ir. Cr-rk.| Charley; c 9Butoua
SKUV1-M. HKl-'KUll'.UATOr. ": ', '. Truman
!stone Heights. : : :.1 I t 11' I Shuford. F.onniJ'r-- .tt
st $:39 Si rrrfA I badges were Marilyn Cox Pat ,
llriculArljr pnoett Norman and Jam-> Karl: Teston, In-
III SHU at llT'STi: YI'I: .'.in'1!, \XXTKI One t" t"n acr.-- uiprove Commissioners I Hobbs. Mary Henderson.Ginger .-ptor.PHMIMT- ( and l.lqinWATCHES! I II
brat this .>n>- !Slade Ja.i''< l.ind within ;: n> I. : >fl. :. MIHTII STAHKH I
St.trke on hard r..a.1.'r::. (i \ VOTE FOR Jones and Elissa Stefanelli. MyrtleLee Jar !tllift
RADIOS REPAIRKDll :::;:". I'omona Park. Fla: was advanced to the Tender H L Norman Cl-rk, Hi>m TSwindall I
I Mrs. Fl(>ren< cKlynn..
\ ,..10.,.. All 14eIsflra. t', If: IlKXT-Furnished J-l--.t I: w foot rank. and Pat Hobbs and Mr Ada I.awMon. K. I' <;re...n. R. '
...nnlile. rh.r..e. cnnrnnlrei hotigas.. stoxe, electric t. ft Kat'H R. H. (RUSSELL) Elis.a Stefanelli received profi- II.. Morgan and T S William-. Inpctor. e .
riir.. HIIKPIIKKOW. : I'hone "6-J. 1J >..ihnXTF.I '- > .- I
:
':"3 ('.U M. Murke lh. :::111!I .4 cienty Badges which they hadarn.d :Ukt Shift I
H I. N'orman.ik.! .tr- \itn Rust ( ran
de-
",".T I I' 'Is' M h.i-i.tl.- .1' \\ \ '- -"'uib Birl.. TII. k I' After the meeting I obhs. Mrs Mmni-' .. T> 'i-. H .\ ,'
In Apply after 1noon r.treshnientof. punch and"kts 1'1"n l.ai-v Cunwax and. Jain-s'
I" \V. Stl.. !I.I* .' >.k e.i.-h \\.1!.1II" Green .1 Km- GREETING CARDS
i R.Chaftecn.. InspectrirtcI
i..v <* .1. I'.il.uW.i; Ii Tliii'-" 1
.t.\\ !I'< ,!: :-\I.1---Jo'.rul.1: ) iTiani I' i ; were !ser'edRecent I I'JE, NTT .0.3. "01 'Iii HTARKK
,l--r .mil lied C.i\-nn.-"' ,f I' I K: W HayClik.I J I-: :'\i.-" .
pl.uu. MarKlol.au.l I K"-u: I., \I.r '-I t I ;rffi't't .i.. Col-\
>. I r. 1 r.KN'TFumtsheil: : ..1.'r' j." 'n.ito plants 1 I'ml.. < SStark. BirthsMr and I. F r'. (n.-p..1 tors
u, \ery nu ". Al-o I luil1 > .f'' turn I.ft off ir : JR. i rsr.i Ml I'I.. liltlltM' Fine
-. 'i.-d hou.s. with Lire. 't.1V
J A .1 M. KinnCJrk.. 'a'
S K:
Road
1"I>; 'r
K t. I n"..ltn.;. St .;.37 \\ t--I I. and Ms: J N Elder of Jon". J-nniti, tr Staring ami f-a'
.... th.' 'tr'...' f"I'\
S! .vr" FOR the birth ofa Mu'rhiii"- '" t'.r
;
FO1 S.\l.I-SlIppli. for j -- Clark Street announce WATCH REPAIRI\
,
..I I !.erlon I'b.'n' 11 ::1It'h. Frrz.rs- -I... k'r I rnr.ri\rr so :'..
.it. t'ags. anti ",'nl'llt'r: 1"1", 411" daughter. Sandra LotlLse. on i j l: I J. lr wn {'I.! ,. < ; "

.' II Cri..ra",'" :-:U''h', .. :::: i :- \\ ., \ COUNTYCOMMISSIONER Apt! 4 at the Doctors Clinic Hospital ;J T 'r"), -' r 1f"tM'O'f I i.i i f All(1 1! /.- 1.:1,1':: : 1'1'ltd
,
)to :- V! K- -ri' Wood biKH 'in' nUl. I IJ i I Ii> ,V-; -
.J !K.irm Home and Auto StarkeMr I i ,..It.II'\1: i % sI. i..
It. )hl t.: LOSTiri| .' $ ..1 '. :- : \.\ !" i t. I
ii. I
found 'h* lu>n. -' !Pm.. i'!. i-- LittH : and Mr J. D. Sumner of I
...:.i l 'i. \ \\ 'I..RtV 1'L.'Ii1'"r,1:' i ii turn I.' Bradford '.. T.g % I : t FDIItLTSJ
i" niKiiiii t l.. plant X"'i\.r! ii and receive $..') r.-uard_1" District Five Starke announce the birth of i I'HI I-I IMM ''. .I',.No :7 M VIII \ 1 H I

'? ,Uiiwl.frry plants anY daughter. Tier! .s>i Charfene bon
w i r. Missionary $10.35 l'i" <'r .'tlI. SALK-Mallard: Dut-kii'itr-' _
i i. TO per &UO. Uet Sfim.. fr.ip. 'n i fresh ejro for Kastei XI April 10 at the Do.norClir. .- TbRelinvMiunjof CWELRTn ? I II
) \ N r.rown Exi>*riment $ta MSover't flutsn Ii /.i. lie ill gibe courteous Starke.Mr. 5 '

i-i.int City and try a bundrr ti 14 I service and impartial : t'I"I I
i. ''i .f th# folloWiBR! 114 (>"P PAilXKEKTS FOR .1.F.-P." :auir' I \ I u ( ill/ ST.Il.DFORD
J
i..i T'nn4IIlItt" 8hlvper at 11 ; vellaw bird" Finge'! t.tii.- Meal consideration at all and Mrs R L Hayes of Oxford \ I

I". U\0 Mjr jvrlo** include i'r.''- eift for ":ast..r.Ir": Simps.I ."- N. 'tT. announce the birth < >:" t'I"i i
I..li.t parcel poat. Right now Oem JeVelry._tip -k Times ,
M HIT M h.*lp you make mon!!;: a son Robert Clyde. on March I"BefOt't' c; L666 '- I
t." I..- Uter we will both ma".. I'AP.T L.\MP.S FOR \LK-Wanted (IM. Pol. Adv I her marriage Mrs Hay II
i \rthur 1bummtt SJ1 S I: someone >nth unrkine kn.\wledp. I
.i', \ .- l llra* l.cach. Fig (If bees Latterman'Uoute wa- Miss i Caroler: ('...!- : >fStar.-: ,
IAtFAST51UU
:!I' i : ::!:1I'k. FU Itp UQUIB Ot -