Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03165
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03165
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t Official County Publication Established In 1879VOLUME Copy

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: ... i... STARKE. FLORIDA.FRIDVY APRIL 2.), t9.Vi -

t :M UJFJl FORTto..

$ : : Free Fish Fry -

'Campaign Down

::4 yN At Brooker For Stretch


, : .,. .; ; I Market Opening 1200 Turn Out

4: Farmers of the Bro-n'r i section
To Hear
will be hosts at a fish fry Saturday SpeakersAt

May 3. at 5 p.m.. celebratingthe

p completion of a new State

1 Farmers Market in that com Attend The Rallies Lawtey

Polaroid l. [jnute Photo by the Telegraph munity.

STARKE MASONS added more thar. $1,700 to their building fund at Mayor Hewlett S. Anderson of Lavvtej c
Brooker stated yesterday that featured population' i't.jdoubled : '.- '
a pledge dinner held in the American Legion Home last Friday night. L .t
i speakers! on this occasion Tuesday night Wien
pictured above (first row left to right) are Laver Outlaw. Financial I I estimated 1.200 i:
will be Commissioner personcrow
I of Agricul I ;I.' :
Chairman; Gilbert Brown, Worshipful Master of the local lodge; and L II I around the market
ture Nathan Mayo. Senator Charley plat Corn, t
C. A. Futch, long time Masonic secretary. Second row, 1. to r. : Chaplain I E. Johns, and RepresentativeDoyle hear 1952's crop of .' indidatc-t t. i

S. Jo:. Sparks, who served as master of ceremonies at the dinner;; E. Conner. There will be I why they should be elected t.i, :

Ben Rowland, Senior Warden; and P. M. Barefoot, Tyler, and member no "political speeches", Anderson various offices sought t.

of th e buildirg committee. Brown and Futch are holding some of the said. The chill that rm-i-d d's,.ot:u "

building fund checks contributed last Friday. The Masons plan' to be All farmers and their familie' at Heilbronn last \\ -i-k hit\ s> ,' ,

gin construction of their new home at an early date. It will be are invited to attend -especially !from the night i.r did hilt >, p

located l on West Call Street and will cost approximately 17000. The those in the Graham, Lake Butler crowd and !the!1 indd.it-> \-. '

principal address at the banquet last Friday wa made hy Judge A. LaCrosse, and Worthington area ,, I obiviotKly irji.MP": !lel1lo'lcam",11 \ '

Z. Adkins. Anderson said. He estimated that I ; um" p:1t'r.: :.r"\.ld.| i -

around! 1.200 persons will at tent' I, scene in >',' .r 'he hi, ._ t

the event Keystone Rally li ghil i' :, "u1 i .' I"re II h I i.
FINAL RALLIES Russell Begins dispen l ... j ,- iind
Judgments Totaling $$53,943 Rendered | The market is now in opeiMtioi.: t '.: l.j ;, 'v Mkih. ,- -
with R. N Beville of Pomp
To Draw Wit 1 hi i I .
Crowd ;r" ,,
assigned the dutie as manage "
Tour h., list 1 "- .
Saturday ,
Plaintiffs In Suits Against Dowling lush potatoes and beans aie cmlentlv 'It '!1.I 1.\
Brooker I'ticial I ra ,
being handled through th. -- Tues., Apr. 29 -- Pilau Supper k'I'\ '
ni-w facility Kit; .doing*; .tlo'i .11:i store! for Key lid May 6. : e-d te

Judgments and costs totaling that Shi"!'iffof Clay County% At a meeting held Monday night *ton.. Heights this Satuidav whena C < rod w iwhere on I :,
$53,943.81 have been rendeied Florida and Duval Count\ Florid the following Advisory Committee mammoth politital rally, fea: Starke -- Thur., May 1 -- BHS Stadium m .;. 'ak; \::..

against: E: i Billy t Dowling a- are herebv directed to --II forthwith to help guide the operation of tht tUI'mgstah' and countv (candidates ken pilau w n soiil .

a result of suits following tht' unilei, I the execution heiem market was named: Clyde Cone will be held during the atter Music by BHS Band grand tin: l l I... "

closiiY of his: huge auto saley property ot defendant, W. EDowling. : c chairman. Z W. Hamilton. L. LDyal. noon i i' ''-day i' night BII-I:;

business here several weeks ago. !b-vKxl upon by these ( M O Han-ell, and A, L The program will lead off WI' h field'nethiiig

In an instrument filed here Wednesday I Sheriffs" I I rI Green a concert by Clay County High -; new I 10" ,

Judge John A. H. Murphee A dismissal. was granted in the It was stated that the fish fry School Band from 2 till 3pm.. I the entertai t 01! I" .

granted Florida Bank at Starke a I.suit against E. J. Dowling Jr will be "1J''e ..t I .'hare"uzid the after which Clay County candidates Andrews Will Speak Here : her next d,1\ \ I
Saturday ,
:1 wiU begin sr.'a -i.- 'f tig I list Fr th.
$17,802.50 judgment against j who maintained that he was employed publu i is iiu.tt/ : 'ilMotorcade speaking in the Ji*: I'n
Dowling plus $133 interest, plus* i by his brother and was not reverse order in which they appear ,iixratii' KxctI : C Coin''ices '
who has teen ,'I I New' Rit'eiand : I '.1 I
$436 costs, total: 1837150. I a partner in the firm. Will on the ballot. : conducting graduated ti I "m .r j to hire th i itrV t
an intensive speaking the I'mvcrsity of u
Florida j'i
: School
1 .
with Ban ,
The bank's suit against Dowling H. C. Wall last Friday filed ar Among the several state candidates -, tojir throughout fie! new a I nIt ]
I Eighth device ir agriculture After' I in !hand .
before answer to Welcome Home who have will plaitheruig \ l trf. r:, i -
was argued Judge Murphree I garnishment proceed i, accepted a bid tc : Dfetrirt in the inteiest of his can in
discharged .
from the .
in Gainesville Tuesday In its j'ings l brought by the Florida Bank i lie affair are Richard S. Mack, d dldac\ for Congress: will be heard the end of World Navy and .'
I Rev. W. E. Hall War II he ,' .
action the bink alleged that it as ancillary to itsuit against i' I incumbent' railroad commissioner. i in Starke for the first time Sat- tered business in Starke .s Will be use ir I PI.in :". ,
paid Dowling $17,802.50 on certain DowJing. Wall stated that ht md two of his opponents. Tom S 'urday aftt'rr.oonpril 26. at 1 :30 later elected tax assessor. Hi.u t, -"U '.."- of additionai !"': -I,Mh -

checks and drafts during I! held and has had in his possession }KITSMSI! ">n and Dan Dansby. owner and i rAlthough';
p.m.The operator of the Stnk ,
March of this that Dowling a promissory note for dated the cal), .i\ .' tit ,
year, $2.200 Met:; ::M'ling at; .V30: p.m. the Key young Starke businessman Motor Court. '.
endorsed the check and drafts,j| Aug. 30, 1951, made payable ti I sM... Cotaiians. will states that Andrews is attended, there 18 bl'l'll ,'
serve a he will discuss the president of t t'i'"
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but failed to reimburse the bank: himself and wife, :Martha D. Walnd ,i''i' ;.s.n baibtdic ill $l.2:? fsues Bradford County Development way of "firew rk' t tthea > .
of the Ft: .
when the makers of same refused |: a signed by A H. Harley J 1'a', f 1I! pei pei son' Piofits will bo used manner campaign and in a straightforward terprises Inc.. a local nonpromcorporation ': routine sptfcheTt
Richard n '
invites the .11..11 I i. e for Representative r to
to honor them when presented for |land wife, Helen Harley and tni the puichase of recreation public to remain after his organized for the put. State .t. _

payment The bank stated that certain real estate mortgage securing ( tai ilitirs for the Keystone school! for a period of informal discus-speech pose of erecting a factory building bi I iii! 1 1'' i bi ,,' .1!.1S.'nator to Legislature: comes th. i lo.
when the defendant endorsed the of the note. He for lease to being a platform slug (."-'
; and sion a clothing
community during which he will be gladto inar.u.facturer. Richard: B. Russell\ for.. with incumbent
checks and drafts he assumed allj stated however that the note anc? i j r1 ( '...I.I John McDowall and K T answer: questions concerning He is president of the President will join thousands of 'I and his Doyle K. Com;.-

of the obligations of the makers: mortgage were thereafter assigned Martin will share the duties ot; his platform. Staike Rotan' Club and a past L others from all points in this section I I Jake P.opponent and ex Icgislat

\ thereof. to W. E. Dowling, but retained in | master ceremonies.. Don Pang- Andrewsas .secictau of the'Ioritla Tax As.se.s.sois of Florida to Roberta dt'votlJ11I11>
1 j horn on a farm converge on tune to differences of
In" his an/wet Dowling stated, his (Wall's) possession at the ie- > born is ,emng as: general chairman --, Association. Gainesville Saturday. Il opinion '

that the bank had in Its possession quest of Dowling. He said that j of the event. The popular and able junior I swat e preaeit Utyu ot'oM 81.:- ;1" i

"to the account of W. E. Dowlingthe Dowluig actually put up the I j'rl' The public is cordially invited t<- senator from
.. Even BIS. Gets The Georgia will inaugurate i I!i The race for Sheriff betw.cn II
approximate sum of $27,000 i money loaned to Harley but since I' attend this event which will be Political Bug his whirlwind campaign for cumbent P. D Reddish and\ I hopponent

which said account should be Harley was an employee of Dowl- : held !in the Keystone playground the Florida preferential
primary: T. C Crawford. ,
hi- '
with the herein sued I i Dowling wanted it to i
charged sums ing. appear park with
'- b speech at the courthousein the
for and deducted from said ac as IfS'all w ere lending the money X'ltini.: hot ei ral'itin.I .t.hiin/ 1'lpcloiisdv'; ) and Gene Shaw earmarks of sizzling I ort t U'
UI .Id 10ltl High Si'hod. bidding for this Gainesville at 1:30: p.m. Apt ri' record t, but ha- been n.uk.d: I h

count Wall said that he is not now |! ,; Alvarez Remains Campaigning for Student Cmm Candidates top-ranking post 26. His speech there will be preceded rttnttc.it d.or.ini: ,.It% th.- plat *. ., .
In argument of the case before nor ever has been the actual owner : .n / I'll for Vice President
'' po.its has reached the fever ''an' by a luncheon at 12 noon
Judge Murphree Tuesday the bank of said'note and mortgage. heat Edwin Prevail and Frederick The Russell
stag. this week. itinerary include
ballot ?
pointed out that the $27.000 on : He further stated that he owed I Top League IIR set to take place on Tuesday Conway. The Secretary's post i:. more than 30 public, radio and Memorial ServicesSet

deposit by Dowling would be needed I Dowhng $-11.45, representing tht Bought by :Mary Sue Epperson and television
ReW.. K.: HallA to apply on certain automobile I difference between $958 that I ht La-I Thursday.plll' 17 Alvarez rratuPriuia y loAnii Smith from Pensacola to Miami For TodayAnnual

contracts, handled by the bank for (Wall) owed Dowling on contracts motorcade of Bradford County I- int-ieased theIr lead In the The Th- campaign i is complete with Following his in Games
iaie for piesident of I tht ,
Dowling, and whose: status I is unsettled I and $916.55 that Dowling fnens111! welcome Rev W softball league to three games' Student; (Count ,po teirallies, banneis and slo- yule he will deliver the dedicator: 1 SOUlhprn11'111
) :
pending clarification fol ; owed him. : K:. Hall pastor of the Pine Level 1 without a defeat by beating Slade a thieewavaltaii gall Voting on May 6 will be by address on a 1 l > ,
i with at the opening of the exercises will
t Kt'llIlt'th new be
f t l'onwa\ held at HI) .
"/'I'I. \11> Ui
b.illotI1 ;
lowing the closing of Wall stated that since the ser v i Baptist Church when he arrives Ga.t to 1. BUI Epps, Alvarez : four-lane
highway at Ocala 2.
business here The Dowling'I r ice of the writ of gaini-hment ] by plane in Jacksonville Sunday valuable pitcher. was the deciding p.m. Saturday.. ,Itie stadium.morning (Friday I in the t'.H}

that the $17.802.50 sued for should I Dowling had assigned the mort I afternoon from a several week Tornadoes
factor. allowing only two hits and
Lake also be heard Mr .
tour of Play Butler may in thi? > L G Powell, .
not be paul out of this $27,000 gage to the bank, and that he I is Europe. Sheriff P, D. Reddish I- hitting a home run with one man Tonight; vicinity at Olustee Park near LaI Ice local IICJC pr'sld"n'the

fund (Wall ) had endorsed the note st'r'ingas chairman of the i I on base. PI chapter will [I'-
: I Tournament ('It\ on Thursday May 1, at 4 ), side Greeting
welt'ominnhltorcadl"!\ Begins Here On will be bnm' htChas '
On April 12 a judgement war i secured by the mortgage to the with Highway In the first game between Bland May 7 and in Jacksonville (Hemming 9 Partin
I Patrolman principal of ',
Q. A. ; nand -
rendered in U. S. District Courtagainst I bank, and has delivered into ('ourt Fillmgim as ing and Humphreys Gold the score Park the 8
same day. music
co-chairman Ed p.m. | will be
favor of GKC the said note and mortgagt'"aJ1'' TeMon pitched the Tmti.i., l K Y"'ii. '.. furnishe"Ithigh )It v '
/ Doling in was tied up in top of the seventh} does ;: l Kit Itia The Senator will speak in the School Band.
All to The .
General Finance Corporation an said also that he tendered am'I persons who wish to join I in by a home run by Ralph Degut t'Virto les hiring th.pa't coil liradtonl! Palatka band in un
shell at 1 ::30 dress
I the week) p I m i will be delivered it
Illinois corporation. in the amount I paid into the court the amount of motorcade will meet at Cook of Humphrey Gold to make the \ getting H 6-1 1 win ovetVilliston The Tornadoes mad. pioti<< f e on Saturday. May 3 A. by
I Store Shepherd
of 34606.21 966.1O cost $11.45 his indebtedness between 1 and 1 ::30 Sunday on Friday' night a itilTuesday hits to scoie '
plus $ representing 6-6. 6
afternoon ScOre However the first mal innagainst: 1 \\ 11liston A torrid fight is shaping up be Members of the cha.
Rev. ; ter
Hall night m t
is beating Mac lennv i I'
total $35.572.31. to Dowling and asked dismissal ; to expected up tor Blanding in the last of thesevetith Randall Martin belted a tween Senator Russell and Senator others interested .
arrive .
131. "I
in Jacksonville Teston w .r) to ( 'f
The bank's stated of the writ of about 3 was ill command I tuple, with r
judgment garnishment singles hit
f" m. Sonny Strickland, coun by Rivers, Kefauver for the nod from Florid? Cemetery at 2 .
throughout each game 1 p.lh. :o dm "
tered with a home the pitching Thomas Rowe. Teston and Cole '.
run to win voters
the 6
: in May preferentia1 the
The hit of all .
local pastor ha- ball to Williston. while striking graves soldier-t, .t i '
ins: the mission fields bt't'I''isit- game for Blanding 7 to 6. This out 14 batsman and Don Crane of Fletcher hurled p primar This "popularity con there Donations of flo\\ I'r I

Berry Deal Switches To Cold Pack with a group of Baptist in ministers Europe win gained second place for Bland- allowing 4 hit*,against two of them Macclenny. his 4-hit ball at the Tornadoes, while i I test" i is not binding on convention the orra-uon will be apprei I ut I i '

JUg The standings of the team infield team mates banged': out C! i delegates, who will be elected in the chapter
scratch hits
to date are as follows: striking against Delano Thomas. I the Second Primary. but is beine,.

As Other States Rush In \With Fruit Bowling Tourney Von 1.o..t out pitches: 11 men.Teston Except would have for wild had barrage Sidney on Jackson Macclenny led the getting 11-hit 2 <}carefully ation as watched the first-throughout direct test the of Witt Heard Here

Nearing FinaleAs Alvarez 3 0LManding 2 shutout The victories. singles for 3 official times at bat Fletcher
1 1
A flood of trawb"'rnfrom weather conditions Total mini captured and scoring 3 runs. Larry Van ]i Kefauver[

Xorth Carolina and Ixnusian.iexpected w ber ot crates shipped this seasor Humphreys Gold Bowling Humphreys Gold 1 2 a 10-2 victory Saturday afternoon Alstme got 2 hits for 3 at bat. | Alton P Wltf. Lake Ot- M.\
Tournament Slade Gas 0 2 from the Tornadoes at the beach
to throw Bradford ('lIlIO'ty's i:> barely over the O.OIlO> mark down the while singles were credited: tc J 1 Melrose Auxiliary I service operator spoke h>T. .--
home -tretch this Tonight i Friday i Lake Butler
deal from the fresh market tc and still week the Lab Thomas Rowe Cole, Teuton. urday '" .
I receipts are this side of 1 Team On Wednesday, April 30. at 7:3C will be the 1 morning m l inter '
remained opposition for the
the $200,000 Growers safely in the lead Winkler and Rivers j Plans Annual his candidacy < '
the processor during coming,I at Plant City with an average p.m Slade Gas will play Bland Tornadoes and P. K:. Yonge or.Tuesdsv {rl"h
week. grossed close to a million. score of 7S7 te Five regular players are hitting < i the Eighth District.
'1 date. Zircon Mill is ing in what will be their first meeting night with Kelterhnuf .Silver Tea EventThe !I

Movements out of Louisiana II I Record of sales price rangt'o and I,I runner-up spot with now in the This is a postponed game following on next Friday night. above the 300 mark through Tuesday I! Mr Witt said that any in in .

have doubled in volume and reach an average :I which could not be before Women's Trin-', tried to bribe him had better i" ,
I|! played Auxiliary of
daily average during the weekending of .606. May 2. Th.- nothern half of the: night's game Jackson is on
ed a high of 4rt, cars on Monday I Best individual So if you want to see a good Conference Tournament I i ty Church Melrose. will hold it? out. "I haven't decided will"' '
April :23: I' standings starts top with .585, Rowe .410 Thomas
Tabor City. Wallace and Chad ae a; I'd get a stick and beat him '
softball come on out next innual Silver Tea on Saturday
follow game
: here Wednesday May 7. Nc .390 Winkler 333. Rivers .322 and j I IIftprnoon |'!
bourn. X. C. expect from 5,000 tc Datt" and 26 death or take the hoe and < )
Cr1', I.ant' .tg. : Best Wednesday night watch these drawings have bf>en made yet but Teston not too far behind with April from 4 until

fi.OOO crates by today (Friday) I I Apr 17 5 ti1.01.17.30 5.12 : Malone, 1.41 individual best average. C J two teams battle it outLast tramat the northern half are 241 per tent 7' p.m. and on Sunday from 2 unti! his head off" the candidate.<\

Passings through the Starke 1 Apr. IS 3i9 4.4,0-9,00 6.12Apr. Joe McGee. ;2.09 individual game. night (Thursday) anothei p.m, in Trinity Parish House. t' He stated that early in -.'II.

market April 17-23 held their own I I 19 40i 4.00-9.50 7.5 : best three-game double-header was idjaeent to the church on the train he was taught that "turn ab II'

over the previous week showing Apr, 21 502 3.60-7.40 13.121i I average total. Glen number Wade. 5.27: highest Slade Gas against Humphreys played pitting GoK1 Lions Trounce Brooker Rally Will e treet of Melrose fair play" and that he think, "

2.487 crates. Quality has 22 521 of strikes. R. J. An interesting it has come time for his 1
beer.j$i Apr. 4.00-6.50 5.221 I Shannon. 2.61 in the first game and Blanding Feature Pilau display suggesting
good though small to medium in Apr 23 152 4QO.iiO 5.94 : highest average VersuAlvarez in the second Th Rotarians 28-10/ i a trip around the world, will! the district to have t* r.n/ "-
of *par K, J. L. for while.Witt .
I Chitty a
a feature of the Exhibits
outcome of program. -
size.The So far 3.51. these games was not A hi<'ken pilau supp<'r. co-
crop here this season never this season growers nave known will include articles collected ;said that he was n' ,
at timeLegion
press Jiminx the Brooker PTA and
/ Hobbs pitched< reached full)) production being setback shipped 20.843 crates: for a gross by residents of Melrose and 'ing a lot of promises hei.i i \
Youth hitting (Lion Club softball team HOIIK. ix-moMration Club will beheld
continually by ad\ersc I of $179,98062. Revival travellers in far countries -China, i keep, but promising onl' '
'IVlVIU I loa 2 -lo
To Resume win the
over Rotary
At Church at the political rally in Japan India Indonesia the Near,, thing' that, by the help "
Of God nine at the BHS athletic field Wednesday -
Saturday Dances BrookeTuesday night April 29 East. Africa. Europe, all three he could
Musicale 1 To Aid \ Rally Held 1 night Harmon Morganand
Americas and the Caribbean
The Church ot God. Youth Jack Trawick In addition to pilau.salad coffer Is

\Vith Band ConcertThe ;At Pine GroveThe "i'al.'hH'h was previous!) Re announced Jniii-s-Laiigiord-White Post 56. honors for the Rotarians.divided pitching and pip will beervert Supper l lands 1 Rites ThursdayFor

i I 1 the American: LegIOn.111 Refreshments will bf served
Waldo has been reopent Gate' receipts. which were divided may be eaten before <.r during thrtpealungs J. J.
tarke* Mu-icale met Tues M V Association changed to Starke and : weekly! Saturday Night Round both afternoons

afternoon the Club House Rally was held in the Pine Grove is being & equally between the two clubs .
d.iy at held at the local Church of God Square Dances next Saturday )fri!. R H. Kelley wife of a
Plans made attending this church on April 18 for an all '. totaled $49 50. Plates Jea* > James ,
were tor day each evening at S p.m.11! night the Starke Armory according will be 50 cents each and former commander of Camp < Harm >

, State convention of Florida Fed meeting Mrs J. \\'. Thomas of people between the ages of 13 young and to an announcement by W S. (Billy, Graves an employee proceeds will bf divided between Blanding is president of the Auxiliary Tuesday at his home ti< .

eration of Music Clubs in White Brooker. president presided over 35 are invited to attend Ray Stone. Legion Dance Chairman of the Florida Power &: : the PTA and Home Demonstration Mrs Claremont Tolles u Cove Springs following a I I..r, _

Springs to be held on Thursday.It ..j I the program. The theme of the : ness He was a native an !
Light Co. won the lawnmower Club. is welcome chairman of the tea committee.
was decided for the club to help j program was "God's Portions. : Hampton Club Stone stated that the new ,.ene? power Everyone long resident of ('lay vSurvivors

the Band Parents Organization ir. I 1( God's Provt>ion. God's Purpose of dances will begin promply at which was given away by include three br'>t n

selling tickets for the Band Concert i Gods Plan". Sponsors MinstrelThe 8:30: each Saturday night and will! the Lions Club a. a feature of the On Minesweeper -''L. E. Harris. Lake Geneva f:

in May during Music week. The next rally will be held at feature the music: of the Bradford game. First clan Petty officer Bob Marshall R Mott. harris Raiford.: and C. C Ha--
!seaman, USN.
lay 411. the Bajless Highway church on Home Demonstration Green Cove: three water.M -
of Club Playboys, a local group which has Outstanding player on the Rotary -_ Beers was over night guest Fridayof son of Mr and Mrs. N. C Mott of
3.Mr. W.
E Webb
July Hampton
is Green Cove Mrf f
sponsoring twc appeared '
on a number of Jacksonville

aide was W H. Bill Graham Hi* brcthr-in-law and sister Brooker. is serving aboard the E. Jones
I negro minstrel "Dancing Moon Radio Stations and Mrs. A J Gr,- '
latelyThe I
Mr and Mrs. Merrill Struth and and Mrs.. Charlie Cancon of beams'' and "Kink and Kiz2ie who came through unscathed in : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold. Bob iron USS Endicott. a Navy mime sweep both of Starke.
general public is cordially
and Mrs. Roberts
children George (
Deland Sunday visiting lrMoultn?. Ga. were weekend visiI Wedding" on Friday evening.. May invited to attend these dances anda right field He didn't stop any duty with the destroyer escort er operating in Far Eastern ,I Funeral services were h.-j l

were in I I tors of Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. Shep- :2, at S o'clock at the full balls. but he did 3 o'clock Thursday afternoo!'
Hampton to stationed at
lelatnes. evening's entertainment Irpronsed maroage keep present at Charleston, IVaie/s. He entered the Naval
herd school. The publu. is Eeulah Baptist Church with
cordially invited to :all them from knocking him down S C, sen-ice in May 1951. !tr'
I to attend ment in the Church: :--Te'ery


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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA t'rl U... ..... .." 'IIL.... .;2.._) .1M..- .'
of Wildwood were guests of their 57th Ave. Miami. Fla I-
aunt, h.-
Mary Green, after-
Sunday: James O Sewell, :;7ll; Pern St. '

WILL YOU MARK AN "X" FOR IT? noon.Mrs.. H. P. Gainey visiting her Jacksonville, Fla. i i Spring Housecleaning SaleQuantity

son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Walter M. Jackson. Rt. 1. Box
1S2X. South Jacksonville, Fla :
\ Mrs. Perry Gainey of San Antonio, I
\ XIIon an air man's map shows wrier to bomb.NVVy Texas. Lee Schmiedel. 215-03' B. Hillside j .... ,
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dukes and Ave., Queens Village 27, N. Y j "" If'

j children spent Sunday with his I Foster F. Reynolds ENL USX, !
stands for the unknown quantity. :
in algebra i! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williami USS Botetourt, APA136. .
I II or'l
i I Dukes in Lake Butler. folk, Va.Thomas.
Mrs. E. E. Stokes visited | ::::::.
Mr. SA42S-40-97. VC
marks where Free- Kerce. :::::
certain piece of a spot I I :::
on a paper and Mrs. Harry Bleasdale of 35, Box 3, Naval Air Station, San| ==

.X'I dom rings, for that's the "X" we mark on an Election I I Gainesville Thursday and Friday.ADDRESSES I Diego, Calif. i I --

Mrs. Al H. Harley. :210 Roosevelt -,
Day ballot. Rd, Jacksonville, N. C. i i

1 I OF INTEREST I Rev. Raymond J. Gomez, 260 :::::

Let this burn in: So long as every one of us has the right to vote, to vote t Wra C Doe. 367 XorthneldRoad. I Manford Ave., Asheville, N. C.Mrs. 1

exactly the way he wants to vote and to have that vote count, so long shallwe West Orange N J I w. S. Gibson. 401 Mulberry //////I/;' h -
1 St' Goldsboro. N C.Mrs .
lose that right might just as well knuckle I Talmadge C Kelly. Box 706. Rights Reserved
have Freedom. we ever i I Tallahassee Fla. J. Kirchner, 408 Lincoln I'nce.s ( ,ood Thru vl t.. \pr 1hp5,000

(45 million qualified votersdidn't j Vincent Ferrara, _.. ,. .
dictatorship that 1200 S -
under to the first comes w. Wayne, Xebr. ," _- .- ..._ _
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the last Presidential election.) I "
show up at the polls at x
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Voting costs nothing. Not voting can cost your liberty. I t rF +. Free Prizes

men-and women-fighting now-for Freedom. I if--- v-
There are I II & 2

Can we do less than keep the Big Muscle of Freedom strong by exercisingit I Loveft's Will Give Away Absolutely Free

at the polls Election Day? I 159
I I Snow White 795 Food Orders'orth

I Washing Machines.
These Marks are Legal These Spoil Your Ballot I I $10.00 Each.
1 Yrs. Supply of Magic 3;

@: [g] 0 [!j [?J JEB I I I .a Action gent. "ALL" Deter159,000 4t;\ Comic Books"SnowVhite"

J& [3] )J WIn < I : s;.. _i t Nothing. to Buy.' o Winners in Every Store!

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each case a cross has been Top 3 ballots are invalid because '
used and the intersection of the crosses were not used. I Chase and Sanborn Pressure PackedCOFF'EE
lines of the cross is inside the Bottom 3 ballots are void because -
circle or square. the lines of the cross do not I I Grandma's
intersect within the square. I,

Most Prized Possession LB. CAN 83C

BE SURE TO VOTE ON MAY 6 Now :.she can see what they're really like .., ._ __
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here '
and how n -- -
much For --
they're };ro\> n. lie mom.

have mastered the art of producing true-to- StokelyCITRUS

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER life photos that have warmth and per:..onal- O'Sage Dessert

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED ity. Make an :appointment today.

8x10 3.00 JUICES PEACHESOrange

SIX 3x5's5.00
nthli..ht'tl Et cry t nuoy anti Entered: as St.t '"dL1a..s J Grapefruit or Citrusip

Matter at the Post jgK s.' Oflico at Starke. I"Ia. Junior G i. A. :Mining, /:

The luiiioi i (Ii lrl| Is Autu.uui\ '! Chris. J. Newbern Studio 46 oz. can 161f2C Big No. 2'2 Can 13CIio
at the hOI1of then new coim

Member gMI 1952 selor, Miss Iva Mae Lewis. Tue- SITTINGSWed. ;

day Maiy afternoon.Lois Willis 3:30:, president o'doek.11: was--' 6 P31S:31)I :: ) Ir11-fiat.I 9 AM SaO: P II I .__ ..

Jub.t'riJltiu1 $2.75 Annually ggXP1' $1."><> For hU I Month ill charge of the program. Titopitsent -" PHONE( 1 10.5( : STAKKE; FLA. You Can't Bake Wrong WithBAKEIRITE

Russell the Presidential were Misses Glenda P.nk
TOO LATE in campaign
er secretaryIary: Lois \\"1111 -
TO CLASSIFY Both anable and energetic president: Linda Gayle (It... '
campaigners and fighter

liy Russell. Kay with state. active Russell organizations appears to in be the the Green program Joan chairman Green Beverly; Mary GI.hJl.i..-n;. t t t j a, r 'v,; t tI 3 :'N69C

(Itch a.ed b)' Florida Nett s I Virginia Parrish, Jean Fudi ,"
favorite and H i expected to give I
$ 'nkeVith ) I Annie Howard
Kefauver a run for his money.
Junior Girls Auxihai .
I n.
\ election day less than two Senator Spessard Holland
is a
each Tuesday afternoon at ,30 1
weeks away, candidates swung Into sure winner his opponent is giv
o'clock. All Junior Girlarc welcome Armour's
the home stretch in a mad gal
ing him no trouble and it appearsa 1
While tallies still to attend and enj s n
lop. are being first
primary walk-away in his
counted in the final Abram's Polio shiping with them.

tical Poll and will not be officially case.The same is true with regard tc Home Urmoiisiration t ('lul> t 1202.

released until the last of the week, Supreme Court Justice 1;. K The Brooker Home Driiiim-', TREE 39CDixie
conversation tion Club met Thursdiy: ;:ti -i! "> n I
in a phone Abram Roberts, who seems to be well ) CAN
advised that with the bulk of the out ahead of his opposition.It April 17. at the Comminnu! < II
ter Plans discussed t t-n the
ballots that were t
expected in it appears
is generally conceded that Political Calls which will h.. !11t'J; e
still witha
Dan McCarty is! high man
Tom Bailey: will be high man when
in the downtown area of B'IIIIi<
commanding lead in most counties
I I the final count comes in in the on April 29 The following; \\ Darling EnrichedBREAD

race for State Superintendent of' appointed as ;:o-::hali1n; II I.> \\
J. Brailey Odham has coming -
the of hUtaiKdinons Public Instruction, although Ray' with: the ITA: Dinner. Mi-( t
up fast since start
and has moved from Van Dusan is making headwayand Bigham: dining room Mrs /. FAMILY

has :upport in many areas. Hazpn; cake, Mrs Ernest Edt I'M 1 12C.cia.
third to second place. ,
are he has cut into both McCartyand Richard Mack appears to be N'o.. candy and peanuts Miss 1 I">' LOAF

Adams and it depends on what 1 boy in the race for Raihoad and! Ross and 4-H Club Girl I ,
Public Utilities Commissioner although A'i ,". p-bers wt'ire't.
happens during the last few day
of the campaign he can indications are that Tom S attend the County Coiu-i! .'i ir :iil7ID! 1 I .cia.

into run-off with Mc Ferguson of Miami is cloe on his "r. at Hampton on April 1: Colored Ballard's
squeeze a ....
,,. ,
I heels and Mrs. Knifstine Edward :
Carty. I may gain enough in thE
next two weeks to runoffIt sota and Malcolm Lewi- "I i I I' 1
Adams, while apparently in : get in a
third place, is not out of the race is difficult to tell very much; rich visited his parents Mi .n' < i IL\ 1 1i 1r MARGARINE BISCUITS

and his supporters: throughout the about the races for National Dent. Mrs. E. J. Lewis, last weekend!

tate are working feverishly. All! otratic Comnuiteeman and Com, Mis .luanita Hood of Mn-
mitteewoman. For Committee'. visited her mother, Mrs s.ii; ,\
candidates have stepped up their Cleans Your Rugs / $4.00 Pkg. 4 AC
pace with increased newspaper and man. J. B Hodges seeios to hav Dukes, and aunt, Florenn \ na > Sibs.

radio ad\ei Using and house-to- the edge with PatVhitaker adoe, last week Cleans Walls 1

house solicitation in many areas.While strong contender, Mr. and Mrs.V.. C. Howanl ml,\ and Blinds \ sI

Hendrix' Mrs. Louise Alford seems to bf children of Winter Havenisinc1 ------
of Bill -- ---
the names Cleans I Floors k I ------ -- ---
Mr and Mrs W. L. Howard .mil.
and Dale E. Spencer will appear orsthe in a knock-down-drag-out tus el and Linoleum '
ballot in the gubernatorial wIth Polly Rose Balfe for the Committeewoman children Sunday. Superbrand Sherbet or Choc., Van. and Strawberry
Our State Farmers Market,I' Cleans
rate neither has shown any evidence post; both are cam t Ii/
of strength so far and are paigning feverishly and it looks completed last week. Mr B-\ -l' Automobiles
like finish at this of Pompano is here .to ant ;a. Sprays Paint '
expected to draw only a smattering a photo writingIf
of votes favorable weather prevails on manager. Waxes Floors ICE CREAMPTS
Mr. and Mrs. Benton of Sant i
The political spotlight swing? lection day the heaviest vote in
Fe visited Mr. and Mrs Bill ..101Sundy. \ fumigatesClosets
the state's
momentarily from the governor history is expected. .
melee to the battle royal betweenKstes Numerous organizations spark.plug
l'd the Florida State I'ham Mr and Mrs Russell Green anI'
Kefauver Richard BOn by
and be: lit Commerce are working ti children Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wit; soRRr.III.. E 5 D:
4 N
Mrs. Rosa Pinholstt-r M1 I! wa .tR.real M E Halt
Get! Out the Vote Their efforts G o tlDw M
and Mrs W. M. Lowhorn and I Land fam. araad Rm. 6 $1 69C
to bring about increased registration to the Drutit h'x t AReductrons
Mau 6 Vote for .%'<.1''' most successful with Mrs. Lee Green were dims' as ajreed Prnth GallonKraft's
counties. guests of Doc Andrews of Lik- Manufachr.r
recurdsmashed m many
GUY ANDREWS 1 Every effort will be made tcg City on his S9th birthday SundatMr.

andrs.. Charlie Kelly
voters to the
Congressman: ; _8th Dist.Vol. ; polls'-i these on May qualified 6. Service clubs, the \'isitedIr.. and Mrs Fred \\.ildon 2-YEAR FULL CASH PRICE

Chambers of Com and Mr and Mrs Cliff K'IN'! Philadelphia
Farm Bureojj!, SERVICE
( adv paid by Guy Andrews) Wildwood Friday
and other are providing
merce groups and from Mrs[ C. S. Kelly and -..n I Pkgs.
; transportation to GUARANTEE !
the polls and will welcome an opportunity and Steven attended the. I P.,' .' $1695 CREAM CHEESE 2 25C
Palatka afterr.o
WAIT to cooperate fully with Sunday nMr. a.rClVENI, _
and Mrs. Tom Ed-1. i -
ballot .
to cast
citizen* who want a with Kara Micius.r
Worthington Springs \isiteii! nw SPRAYER
daughter Mrs. Eva Har--! ''as t) .
.... .r Me" h.efr.dan
k r or <
If you l r a rot* r REG.
weekend.Mr. / .M.a, SweetSLICED
Dun Arab a *ho>rl and Mart Hickory
OFFICE; st"I'pl.n
dig and Mra. C. L. AtU >i t

OF ALL KI\Uo-: Starke have bought the itr \ :u Grade 'A' Lb.
Florida RenderersKrrr 1I
I just completed from G B >n BACON 39Cu.
Prompt Ilrmotal of Dead AT \\"' welcome them bain T.
l'rii.lU ..r \\orUI.... t.l.rat.rlPh. I
Mrs Mary Green v., .
Gainesville 3330 Collect ... HANDY COUPON
sister Mrs Oscar Bro "
Worthington Springs last ".V1 Ke-, I M"\IL oU TON" S. "Choice"SHOULDE

Mr and Mrs o. J, Mot ,'n! .i '

b. Would Your Fire Insurattce Rebuild dren visited Mr. and Mrs ,1 \\' 1 ACME VACUUM STORES!I LAMB Square Cut Lb. 59CSmall

ti Ht wl m Jacksonville Sunday
Your Home At Today's Prices:? + I Mi and Mrs. Dew.tt Pi :?, :': J 40, W. For> th Sf: Jacksonville, Fla.

."Ii', two daughters of Tenn.isi.ng .F.c I
t- If the amount of )our insurance ha.not rxvnadjusted. < ..:e \'! frien-ls and rcl.'tit ,". ( | would like\ a free home demonstration: at no obliya-;:
latch ham-en are jou're dangerous!) uniifnnouriHl.h II
) | tion
p. N for a week. I tome. lId I
.. \\ ) ? Ibn-aus the \alue of \\hi.h owe rot $':,:>00 i. worth S1"; ,1NX) and up Mr: and Mrs ILirrv Ble &iale ota :f.) NKW t'ANXISTEK CLEANER", S16.93l

p. t..t'.1).. hAl U. show )ou how )OU (' I.t't'p." jour 4 ..1'5vll1e'lsitt'.1 relative! : her l If.' I II Lb.
I wt'ekend.tes. -- -- -- ------ -------------- -- --- ---
home run if you lose it b) fire. list FRESH PICNICS .11C
r I Address _
p. Coleman Padgett visits[ -------- ------------------------- ----

t J. 0. (Jerry) Gay Insurance Agency 3 3t her mother. Mrs. Lonnie Mann oii 1 1j f City __-__ ______-_____________ State____________ I

116 X. Court St. Starke Phone 75 3 i j Dundee last weekend. fll I If IU'.n.ddr Please x-nd :>j>ecific Direction. BCT t
oiI\\. Mr and Mrs. Hale Scarboi'.ugh 1------------- -.. .

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VTTTTVTTTTTTVVTTVTTYTTTTTTTVTVTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTfTTTKEYSTONE I I first prize, Mrs. H. L. Morgan; I l: ]Russell Meixell of Ridgefield Park.!'i I.This will be '
by laying i rlt'.s Store ways work for if last ,
everyone they guest week her
son (Ct
2nd prize, Roger Pangborn and :N..J. I II .-
jsew r pipe to .
the Mi-
tarr excess Bird has requested that look for it. Starling.Mr. .
HEIGHTS COLUMNBy family. Mr and Mrs E. E. Rinehart of watt'r It was learned that the all! the park \bench Nye
Best formerly locatedat are looking forward to the and MrGillard ant! i i I.' ,
Around Children's Display !Pittsburgh Penn spent the weeK- !I complained of at the last the northwest corner of Cardinal return of Rev. W. E. Hall next of Palmetto spent the w-' :

( Mrs. John C. Detweiler in theAbsence of )Ir... Sara McDonald.) ; first prize Frances Reaves; j I end with Mrs. Marge Tracy. i
2nd. Bob Morgan; 3rd, Bobby Red- New residents of KeystoneHeights i fuel trucks
.I.u aA. a u..llLf111111a1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pumping sludge from was not replaced after having beta to Europe. Everyone is invited tc Wynn.
-- fern. are Mr and Mrs. John J. 1 the truck: after unloading dieseloil taken for attend
away renovating, be returned Sunday night I I I Mr. and Mrs i. 1. Yoinu' ,
FeMi\al Largest Collection: first prize.' Camp who have moved into the : -
May PlannedPlans IT.V Elects Officers the < at REA plant. Mr Louden The Parks & Street Committees Youth nWt'tingat 7 p.m ('hurd't'I'I
returned to tin u ht'J \Vaj.lafter
are underway for the annual Mrs. F D. Gant was elected Sheila Caldwell; 2nd. Agnes Watson James house. Mr Camp i is an em- twill I l see to it that this practice is wt-it ordered to replace e.s S n'd,,,k. I II I II n ",

May Festival to be held in president of the Keystone Heights: ; 3rd. Ray and Fay Maxwell. 1, ]ployee of the new Keystone State 'i '' with relativeMr
the Park, Saturday May 3rd at Parent-Teacher Association for the Most Unusual Collection: first ]Bank to be opened on May 2. 'dynamite< magazine, Mr. Louden TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT i
; prize :Milton: Starnes 2nd I II i Mr iI and Mrs: !I. "I. t-,1! M.Kattended .:" .
2:00 P.M. Voting for the May coming year. Other newly elected I ; Bobby j I and :Mrs.: Sam Johnston of !stated that they had been constructed NATCH I

Queen will! be conducted at the I members of the executive board are Redfern;. 3rd, Emma Kay For '| Niagara Falls New York spent according to State -pecfi nH; :>:oil't K;
office of S. E. McKay on May 2nd., Miss Emma Kate Mansfield, vice- | sythe; 1 two days ]last week at the home, i cations, but it appears that the 0Kt'STOt: afternoon

Any high school girl who is a resident President; Mrs. G." Raymond I Most Unusual Scrap Book; first I!' of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allport.The ]permission of municipal authentic NEXT \\':::HKKiHTS".\: Bj Mr*, Bonnie McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAA.uuAAAAAALA. I Mrs. Ethel 1'." }''-.y hi- ,

of Keystone Heights is eligible Starnes, secretary; and Mrs John I prize, Dick Siprelle; 2nd. Bobby I Johnston; are returning tc !has not been secured. The Com ,turned home frmst:: Lum "

: Powers treasurer. Bastedo. i their home in the north after i ij mittee was instructed to ascertainif petal in JacksomilU
to become May Queen and all I
town 1 Hobby Show Enjoyed Entertains Circle I j j spending the winter in St. Peters-i the magazine comply fully with rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlPINE :Mi and Mrs Leonard McKinney Those who at'eiuftd I chut,1'! '
people are urged to partici-
1 burg.A. !the regulations of the State Fir* no staying with Mrs. John Mi Sunday school at the tdhl.;,:
pate in the voting. The committeehas :Many: interesting and unusual Mrs John Ellis entertained theNightingales. C. Feigert of the Park of the Marshall with regard to location LEVELBy Kiii<'v for a few' weeks until they Baptist Church had the pi ,.1of -' .
hobbies were displayed at the hob-- I'
planned a surprise element for / Thursday evening Palms has returned to his home i construction content, and warn tend a house .in Gainesville wh'rt hearing Rev Rift hit. SIUMK .'
by show at the schcol house, Tues- !! April 29th in her lovely new home Mrs II. MRt' McRae11AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1 Leonard has
the fete this year which will add:1 in Ohio. JIg Mgns. been transteml b\ I Mrs Ritchie singKervone
day April 15th. Awards in ths I on Lake Geneva. Mrs. E. A. Ru h-II I Dr. B. F. Weld is the Bell TeUphnne t'o" ,
to the I 11r.'IIlis i i is buy ki"
interest of the occasion for various categories were as follows: ton reported that outbuilding p"; ? :"
devotional of
I presented a mu- nicely from the operation performed permit had beep issued '. Mis Kate Stalling had a* ht'l i :and digging: liivh/ ju>'.it,..
spectators as well as participants Best All Around Adult Display: sic. which included group singingof on his eyes The operation Mrs. Amelia tc \ Alton Dobbs of Stark
Fowler] to cover con tilled his
favorite sacred songs and quotations :j I I was highly successful, though it struction of a cement block dwelling Level appointment at Pine

: from the Bible relative toI will be six weeks before he can b i house Baptist Church Sunday
I at Academy Way and[ \
music. Miss Linda morning and evening with 203
worship through fitted with glasses.] ir
Jasmine Ave, to cost diHerentIf
'N'alker. herself i approximately Sunday School. f.)
accotnpaying ,
I i; Little Keystone Lake has been SU.CGO.Th Mrs Edna
g. at the piano, sang "Lullaby" and Chance of Jackson so
beautiful with
many dazzling .- clerk was instructed tc rifle is visiting Mrs. :
At the Bend of the River". I i ', E. Hall
white beaches. The sand has been
write and her :
Mrs \V. H. Redfearn at Southern Bell requestingthat :sister AIrs. Vera Mitchell so
: pumped in from the bottom of the ; refreshing'
; the Mr. and !
present telephone the Mrs. A. J.
a short business meeting. The final at Fender ar,'! ..
.y i lake by J. P. Ward of the Ward home
of fanulv
meeting!, of the Nightingales!, for I lDredging former City Clerk D. O were dinner guests of M I:
| and Construction Company
Stewart be and Mrs.
removed and Earl
the season will be a tureen supper that a Goodman Sun.lt'
i at the home of Miss Gladys Tilli?, i two-party line be assigned the and the whole party visited

on May 19th. ; IIEHlI": 1II, ('('SSI:,.. Town one phone to be installed in, Jacksonville in the afternoon

\ / ../ )1.\TTtlslTIl ror.vciL the Town Hail and the other i in, Rev and Mrs. O. J. Rani....,,oi!
\ 11 I Hostess\ I
r. Kennedy the residence of the Town Clerk Jacksonville werr u- < '
\ .; Sheriff John P. Hall was / Er t
--'f ,
E The day Circle of the Kevstor.eHeights D. E M. and J. W M I, I l.: 1101 ,
'I Paiigborn !
\ i at the Town Council meeting o suggested that t l
Church met nthe ,. '
Community night. We ar :1.
a I April 15 and stated that the new signal light at Lawrence Blvd :: i : 'lad; |
with Mrs Seth Kennedy on April. and Route 100 be McRae able to h. ,, ,
radio equipment will be installed equipped with a r
21st at 3 p.m Mrs \V L. Reynoldshad time clock a recent illne-s-
in all cars assigned to his office and that :same be ar
charge of the devotional which Cpl. a- \(It.,.: n s:'
I i within the next two or three weeks ranged to change the signal] to a
\ : she based on two scriptural admonitions caution signal between hours ling o-: ",. i -1'1.111'1.',1., \ ,! -n,, ,
and, when this has been accomplished at
i ,
overlooked chit!
frequently ( i -Suiui:\
P. he night to b.- designated by th i t:
plan.to have a DeputySheriff
r ''i.> eraThou shalt not enet. -, ,
present \ .,
Count \ L: 1 1. of u '' Ith,
i A motion \\'amade tc
stationed in :
of the Lord, th i Keystone a :Mi'T, _
I.4l I. tk.the name this efft-ct : i -- ailni_ \1"Cl
ylgreat and carried.
t j deal of the time. He stated
od in vain, and Remember th > l Ltd! :,, ', ,' lll h\ jj rt,3
i I that if the town will cooperate itthe t It wasuggestrd that the fur
s.ihiMth, Day to keep it holy.
Hnl .
truck bc' driven "n |II"- I:
; matter of expense involved he, as a test run at
I.ions ";c'rp "-<1111>( will endeavor to have a deputy re1 least once each week, and that t saying he was I. t\ ,_ i I n A grand flare a
The Lions Club of Keyston.! side in the town. Sheriff Hall said l the hoses be toted by fluhingdrains Peail Harbor ;Lj I 'tt h:, .. 'k' ice cream thrill- -Borden's Chocolate Chip Mint

Heights served over 200 guest: at:| that unless the bond of William, and pipes when this work the States H.- -h.i.l' i ;, ,I' .. Just os cream Bordcn flows creamy-smooth from the freezer mint, pieces flavored of choco icy
the Fish Fry held on the Lawn of'j I]i Lee has been renewed. he cannot 'I II is indicated. This matter ware- San Francis i 'oi"< t: nt'\' :i- :.r.'t4 \ tote candy ore poured right into it Chocolate candy

the Woman's Club. Friday Apri], function as a deputy: also that the feried to the Public Safety Com month. \!... naO.Dt.' is mixed all through this delicious mint
from the are tc: I 1 T. N. Norman ,:; flavored ice cream! You'll really love i it'! Try
Funds card I
World's first l Sth. supper i( carried by Richard Cunning mittee for investigation and report. oi II- boom some today! Ask for Borden's Chocolate Chip

be used for equipment for our I ham as a deputy sheriff has been:I'! The Street Committee was i in- i Spring and Leon Conner of Rising Mint Ice Cream. Remember7ilrhn.fU -

:1 .hool. !i iMiss j picked up and is' now in the pos- '' sti ucted to install rubbish containtis I! section visited II. M McRae Sat it's Borden's it's got to be good'

: ''I'session of the Sheriff. He will l I ui'day afteuwon.Folks .
: \\alker In OmlcM j at each of the following|
I' continue to have a deputy at Keystone out heif art \itx I bu--\

ANTI-RUST GASOLINE Miss Linda Walker participate I frequently: as demands of locations I Post 0lflue I Haivex1'Drug I gatheimgtiawbciiics: rind! pl-ui: !:* ICE CREAM

,11 the Susvannee County Music]I his office will permit, in an effort Stun- and Miiiia\s, :. :Mint! mjj! lnhdttu. of'iouisi theie, I ,.1 I -

t-Uvalin I Gainesville, Saturday I to further curb fast and reek .v

\II, il 19. She was one of 15 stuit less driving through the town.
Prolong car' life, save repair bills by [
your ,j it nts who received a rating
using new SUPERPOWER Anti-Rust ofI fj I State Comptroller C. M Ga\.
< for her selections! out
Sinclair Gasoline. It contains RD-119, y 'y|? i I'\ur through J. V. Chapman, bank !1"1'
Sinclair's miracle rust inhibitor. RD-119 i '..ial] of 130 entries. Her beautiMI i I I' port analyst, reported that tin G. J. McGRIFF.

stops gas-tank rust-protects you against : \oice has brought much plea
t the stilling, skipping and costly damage n.' tn Keystone Heights on many(Keystone State Bank would be a your
and corrosion in fuel s 1 repository for municipal
caused by rust your OL t ,.. proper
, ,'''IOnS, and her friends arc
system. See jour Sinclair Dealer today. I, 1 funds if the council drslrt'ltn\
CONTAIN RD U9 pound of the honor she received1'EKsON'ALS
''avail itself of this facility.

NEW. ANTI.RUST ALSO SINCIAII CONTAIN FUEl 10-119 OILS : :' I The clerk reported a non-disa-

ANTI ItUSTSINCLAIR Mrs. William Beam and her twc i bung accident to town employee

i..children vi-ited last week at the Louis Rogers, caused by the bottom -i GENERAL.; ELECTRIC

j home of her patents, Mr. and Mrs 1. of a garbage can breaking

,' Jas. C. Glenn, in Delray Beach.I:| due to corrosion a piece of metal
Mrs: Larkin Weeks, Mrs. C. W. striking Rogers in the face cans-I
Dishinger, and Miss Taylor have ing a small laceration over his

returned from St. Petersburg' right eye. The matter was repoit- A PPLIANCE DEAL ER

where they attended the Hotel ed to the insurance carrier.
Service Center Station
Convention.Mrs. I The Committee reported that asa !

I M Hundervadt and son result of its contact with A. G.

SEEKER n, GOODMAN Robert, of Miami, spent the weekend i I Louden of the REA a plan hay Announces
been worked out in connection with fl I 0
U. S. :lOt at South City Limits with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc ;j the paving program which will

Kay. The McKays also received a I correct the drainage problem at
Phone 206
surprise visit from :Mr.: and Mr s.I!, Citrus Ave. and the REA plant

a". a Dlii Price Cut

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p I I! BP\V Election PresbyterianVomen LLL Class Meets i 'ral hospital and is getting alongas seriously hurtno reason could begiven the Cancer Fund see t is: "

'II well as can be expected for the ,
strange shop is this
Held Met moving
Monday TuesdayThe At Hazen Home -
1 Mathel Green relief operator, i* action end into the Brown buildi:

t Mrs Mildred Sapp was elected Women of the Pre-bvtenan The LLL. class of the Baptist taking her place in the telephone i On our birthday book this to George Patten's offs e
office temporarily the E. D
president of the Stake Busmen Church met Tuesday April 22 at church held a delightful party week we extend orchids to Mrs Vergie Flynn hopes to hat, .

and Profe! sional'om'n's Club at 3:30: p.m. in the church for the 1 Thursday evening of last week at home Tenlys after are glad to have Sonny. J. W. White who is! celebratingher thing moved hAs the first

the April meeting held Monday monthly general meeting Mrs. the home of Mrs. M. F. Hazen.i an emergency appendectomy 90th anniversary todayhear I wav .I" down I L.1. ,
in the Alachua !
evening in St. Edward's Recreation Ellery Davis, president, presided. 'The party was also in honor of :Mrs.' hospitallast she received 90 greeting cards St last a t-. "- r.,. 1 peeked ,

Gladys Moody Hall. Officers who will serve Mrs Carl Wynn had charge of the F. B. Beard, teacher, and Mrs. R. week seems to be more from well-wishers and Havana window ...J; F'', rot and < ,, '

I Phone 35 with her are Vive-President program and after the devotionalshe F Young who are celebrating there mumps is going Patsy around Benton this week Johns celebrated her 54th birth Alvarez, In,< spied On:

,,___ Mrs. Mildred Doyle; 2nd Vice ': introduced Miss Clara Leaman, their birthdays this month Kathy day last Sunday PFC Steve Johns 1 Il..aura t nuking
___ _____. ___1 II I I 4 Struth and Mrs. Merrill Edward
------------ President, Miss Pat Lambe; He returned :Missionary: from India. The Hazen home was attractively Weldon returned to his base at watching; J' euston .m i r (

Men I Miss Barbara Houpt cording Secretary Mrs. Desta Miss Leaman gave an interesting decorated for the occasion and children. Mary Lou and Fort Devon-,, Mass last Thursdayafter gift to her from Grand.la ?
Methodist Jerome, down with them .
Dyal; Corresponding Secretary, account of the marriage ceremony with numerous arrangements of 10 days' leave hear Paul Virginiand her husband K

Give Supper Event : Honoree At Shower Miss Madge Middleton and Treasurer in India, showing the different pink and lavender asters. The refreshment Sure feel sorry for Thelma and Keleher ATC ( Aviation Technician Joe and Mabel ReddIsh Hand <

ConferenceThe In Daytona BeachI :i Mrs. Ma/yon Arnold. They kinds of trinkets, and illus table was centered with Monk Dinkins who just recently Chief) i- being detached from sister Myrtle, visited >, ,

Preceding i will be installed at the meeting trated with dolls the kind of a pink and lavender birthday cake moved into their lovely new homeon Carrier Air Group 17 NAS. Jacksonville Thursday on way home f rot-1:

Methodist :Men's Fellowship j j I Barbara Jean Houpt, whose ; on May 19. clothes worn during the five-day surrounded with pink and lavender |i Church street and what happens on April 2.1id to report to Miami The Reddish .
was host at a covered dish ,, marriage to Sgt. 1-c Vernice Whitney I i The local group voted to sel! wedding ceremony. Miss Leaman sweet peas. but their stove "blew up" :May 1st at Naval Air Technical are old Starke resident and

for the entire church Monday -I Strickland, Jr., will be an I coffee, Cokes, hamburgers, hot closed her talk with a Missionary's Two contests were played during -Wednesday afternoon of last week Training Center. MemphiTenn.. 'much delighted to set t-

supper night, April 21, at 7 o'clock in'''I event of May 25th, was honored at I dogs and cake in front of To rod e.', Prayer. the evening, a Bible quiz with'i and blew every gadget off the for instructor duty probablyfor I building up "o .

the recreation building. Following I,, a linen, crystal and china shower I Chevrolet Company on election Following the progJ am a short prizes going to Mrs. R. F. Young j' store and did other considerable a 2 or 3 year assignment Hear that Joe : imas ,

the supper the Fourth Quarterly|. Thursday evening of last week in day. Tuesday. May 6. Mrs. Thelma business meeting was held at and Mrs. Sidney Strickland and a i: damage throughout the house wife Kay and son Terry will Call-streeter '" \' been

Conference was held, conducted i! Daytona Beach. Hostesses were Dinkins will serve as chairman of which time it was voted that the balloon blowing content, with MrsJ. .'. was just lucky MrA. O Andreu join him after Terry graduates Mayor of Cregratulation : ," ty

by Dr. R. E. Rutland District Superintendent Mrs. Harold S. Lee and Mrs. E. S. the sale with Mrs. Elizabeth circle members would return to A. Griffin as winner. Mrs. J. W Hagan and Miss Hannah ( from BUS May 30th I -!

of the Strickland. Noegel as co-chairman. their original circle. Circle One. Mrs. Beard received a lovely Swindell who were in the house Punt torgct! the dam at the Seems ti be
Gainesville all for
n h'>
wen'n't the kit I
in floral I President Mrs K. G Duncan chairman, pair of figurines and Mrs. Younga in h< nvhtn .t IVluan i uh! Saturday
District. Church officials for the; Pastel colors were used June Brownlev an night : :' long Seer toil ,II l; '11"'
new year were elected and an decorations and refreshments. The nounced that the Starke club won mE'etinglhe st'condlonday night; pair of beautiful earrings from blew up '''r! they: "Hd l1aoe'I' 'pi,'>n- "d i h\ Rest Si'i ,t I'hi tut ,' .

nual reports were made by all;; serving table was centered with I a $5 prize at the District meetuii Circle Two, Mrs Chas Shepherd the class. T.TT/TLT.TT.Tnyyyyn.TT.nyyyyySPECIALSI
organizations of the church at this spring flowers, fern and lighted I held in Jacksonville on Match 30th the second Thursday night, and Enjoying the affair with th >> TTT..TTT..TT..T..T..n.m.T.1mC
the general meeting the fourth hostess were Mrs Beard, Mrs
time. I tapers with streamers strung from', for the highest average attendanceat
Tuesday night of each month. A Young Mrs. Strickland, Mrs C
The following men served as, the ceiling to the corners of the the four annual meetings for'
the committee in charge of tables|table. this club year. She also announcedthat covered dish luncheon will be held J. l'owt'll.Irs: L. E. Clark. Mrs
May 8, at which time Presbytery Griffin, Mrs T. B Haiding and!
and drinks for the supper: C. H./ The 35 guests included the guestof Mrs Pauline Torode was
Nasworthy, E. T. Shull, L. honor and her mother, Mrs.i: elected at the same meeting to be will meet at the church. The Miss Wilma Alexander

Vining A. F. Sauls, and W. D'I Calvin Houpt, and Mrs. V.V.. I District Vice Chairman for the meeting begins at 9:30: ti ela'k.

Nollman. Strickland, Sr., mother of the coming year.Following The congregation is urged to at Mr. and Mrs. Conner

bridegroom. the business meeting tend.The 4
next general meeting will Honored Friday 4
Garden Club OfficialTo delicious refreshments were served 4
be held May 27. S p.m. in the Sunday : Galore/ Throughout The Store 4
McRae ReunionSet by the hostesses, Mrs Edna Stone
Hold Meet HereThe School building. Mrs. J. R Mr and Mrs. Frazier Shaw 4
and Mrs Ruth Simmons. 4
I Kite will have the 'and :Mr. and :Mrs Lucian Conner 4
chaige ot -
District Director. Mrs. HI I For May 4thThe program 'were hostesses Friday night honoring E Visit A & P Today and Save! Save 4 4

A. Bredow of the Federation of I! McRae family will hold a St. Mark's Auxiliary i }Ir. and Mrs. Glenn Connei .. 4
will be in Starke tc I with a surprise housewarming and
Garden 4
reunion at Dade Memorial Park Gives Silver TeaThe Birthday Party ]
organize a Garden Club on April! old fashioned serenade After tht TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 4
near Bushnell on Sunday, May 4 For Martha )don serenade the met at tht TTTITI 4
29, 7:30 p.m. in the courthouse. J Parish House on Church Cr guests 4
There must be at least 15 active All relatives are urged to come street the of home of Mr and Mrs Shaw on tht Allgood 1 Cured 4 4
was scene a delight. Sugar Thin S/i./ lb.
members to organize. I I early and bring a picnic dinnerThey're ful Silver! Tea Thursday afternoon Martha Weldon was hostess tc new Blanding IIi-way for a toy, I h BACON 39C 4 4
17 of her little friends Thursday i buffet supper. >
of last week from four to six 4
afternoon of last week when she The spacious living and lining 4
o'clock given by the St. :\lalk'sWoman's 4
I IRi celebrated her tenth birthday an room opened t-nsutV. wa biaut': 4

going, going, going Pedestal Auxiliary.baskets of magnolia niversary.The fully decorated with l lovely sprang Quick Frozen Stewing 4 4
Weldon home on N. Walnut flowers The table was t ujvei't'! 4

boughs and spring flowers were street was attractively decorated with an Irish linen cloth Tht 4 4

used throughout the receptionroom with bouquet! of sweet peas, larkspur color motiff of yellow and while Dressed & Drawn Grade A lb. 4 4

in decorating. The tea table and Queen's Anne lace for was carried out with a table arrangement C HENS 49C 4
i I was overlaid with a beautiful imported 4
the occasion. A pink and white of yellow spring lost! 4
cutwork cloth with inset birthday cake centered the dining C 4
\-1i'ltit of Point de Venice lace. An artistic table where ers.The 4
room refreshments1were hostesses pro't: tin! 4
arrangement oi sweet peas served.Games t Super Right Smoked 4
honor guests with a lovely 1'1"\ < t '0: Sugar Cured 4
itS\\\ in silver1! epergnettes and five were played in the yard their chosen china About tw ':it\ 4
pink burning tapers formed thecenterpiece. 4
and prizes were awarded to the people enjoyed) thK mtainnCowens Any Size Piece 4
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All appointments on winner-. After refreshments the BACON 4 4
the table were silver with silver 33C
guests wei.e; given favors tiom a HonoredAt 4
S ,oftt e services at each end. Pre 4
grab bag. 4
as low as Aiding at the services were Mrs HousewarmingMrs..1 4

ua.yLd 1'c., Durden Mrs Wm. S. Ethe 4
Azalea Pure 4
ridge Mrs Elva Stewart and Mrs Adams-Johnson O Gay and Mr.A h: C 4

s Lemuel Colson. Futch entertained ,tt! 4 ,
MiO.. J. Deavers of Norfolk .I 4
riud Greeting guests at the door was housewarming honoring Mi .r,I'i lb. 4
\\ Va announce the marriage of her PORK 4
Mrs G. E. Miller and holding the :Mr*. Charles Cowen in then n, ". SAUSAGE E 29C 4
daughter Louise Johnson, 4
silver! trays were Kay Rowland home on West Madison :Stutt 4
"l'is\\ to Howard Alex Adams of Free-
and Gail Duke. The receiving Hue, Guests were greeted at the tI.1 4
burg Ill The wedding took placeat 4
| composed of Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, by Mrs. Reddish Andrews ati.l rceived < 4
Edenton, N C. 5.
on April
af 'l. I Mis Stanley Noegel, Mr- H. C. I by Mr. and MrC'vvt> '1 C Large Golden 4 4
The bride ithe Ripe
i I Brown and :Mrs Frank Hoover, granddaughter who invited them to look I hrllll)!!": BANANAS l'bs. 4
; of MrIra Lester of Hampton. 13C 4
stood before the fireplace which their new homl'll'S: Louist 4
Mr- Adams is stationed at thea.al 4
was banked with magnolia bough Johns and Miss Jonnu <'itw.
Round,m&heart design ndjnecaend i 1 ,
i Elgin and onl EJ Jjlln, hat $4750 Air Station in Norfolk. ,- -- .. 4
lie Dun!'over Mainspring maUtinfei niwn bracelet.. I ana on the mantel was a graceful served punch and cake 11'011a\ 4
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yuaranlecJ! lo never l>ck. Iuda6ndwmrmalt tan to read on to O75 tan-shaped arrangement of white lovely table on the breezeway Mr 4
hgikmtlrap. OO : larkspur. Beta Sigma Phi and Mrs. Cowen the .! Fresh Tender lb. 4
Dainty tau has full figure dial gladioli pink snap- were re ipien' POLE 1 BEANS 4
end Aljh',; lfrulaL: Onb. $3375 I dragons and calendulas. of many lovely gifts. About fifty C : 19C 4
l The Beta Sigma Phi sorority 4
I Mrs. Lloyd Green and Mrs. J. guests called during the e\rniPir: 4
I' with the cooperation of the BPW j -- 4
Ed W. Kmcaid played lovely pianc ,.
Simpson GEM JEWELRYSeaboard club is sponsoring a dance Satur- ClassThe 4
I selections during ,the tea hours. day evening at the Pelican clue Friendship C Fray Bentos 4 4
I Other assisting in lanng for the 4
1 starting at 9 o'clock. Proceed Friendship Bible! n.i- 4

Hallway Watch Inspector guests Mrs Cnra were firs Quattlebaum Herbert Thomas, Mise: will go toward the cancer fund. the Pre-btenan: Chur h has !JM,-' Oz. Con 4

Claire Ll'amoll11'8. Edward Tickets for SI 2": per niup'e' BUY poiuil its rt'jrula < o\ir.l, ,\ d.ilIl'r'r r. CORNED BEEF 12 39C
TilE ONLY AUTHORIZED ELGIN AND KULOYA |I BurnMis. Billy oegellI's.. be ,pur 'had .tt the dtr c i 1.1 lion.in ; lor this twining \i'T: :.': t.: xii C

I \ nt: '!'nbei. "I the t\\" ''iih- !ciith" iuf 'nip! .
DEALER IN BRADFORD COUNTY Gene Noegel, Mrs. James Stl'wan. 4

Mrs :Mack Futch, Mrs. Chalk' > 4 4

STARKE, FLA. Futch, Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, Mi- -- I Niblets Whole Kernel) or Del Maiz Cream Style 4 4

George Kopelousos, Mrs. O L 4

Bcaslev, and Airs A. A. Kailm- Ifc1E42aLfrUld aC CORN 1 No. 303 Cons 33C 4 4 4 4

WSCS Officers C 4 4

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Elected For Year p. 4
The Junior d! !sit! ,,1 t ;ill-
\ yowl MI' thi I tilling! i at 11 MI IMIUIU' \ 4

I Baptist Chuff sine had l :n gl i.iii'i: Green Giant 4
The Methodist WSCS held their liiiniiu)) MIlining< di uiind io\\n nil 4
:one' at their Ta k\ party Thuts 4
I monthly business and program day List week the weir 4
) looking/
lay vening of last \\itk t thir, : No 303 Cans 4
the church Monday
meeting at
Andrews afternoon. fOr Pat Lambe and sistir.s Audiev getups were terrific: H.iZ' C PEAS 1 33C 4 4

I Grew and Wrna .1[)hns. who were Hitch superintendent oi the jiiou-, ; 4
The following. officers were born in Canada and haw 4
I never said there Wt're To ymng-ti i? 4
elected: president, Mrs. Titus taken out citizenship 4
papers present to enjoy the fun m )lining:
I forgot to sign and sendin bubble gum blowing contest .d r 4
SPEAK INSTARKESATURDAY :Matthews; recording secretary, their citizenship raids on th kinds of kid end 4

Mrs J. C. Hobbs; promotion secretaiy first nt January, thus the Bureauwas singing see gatnits the S G; grout I>en PALMOLIVE, 2 bath bars 23c Prices in this ad effective- thin 4 4

Mr, C,. E. Hernwall: treasurer Saturdapril 26. 4
I out checking up on them! marks have moved into their 101'ly j2BiTlln1I'. 4
Mrs G. L. Faver; secretaryof if you see a lot of activity these new home on the new Blanding : 4
1 Christian Social Relations and days in the : CASHMERE BOUQUET 23c 4
Hogan Smith yard iff highway and the Harry Lappe 4
: local church activities :Mrs. J. L. 4
Joann Smith giving baton lesson have moved into the Denmark 4
I Anderson; sec Missionary: Education to school youngsters for next fallV home at 200 Bay strut hear E FAB .. for fabulous suds, 1 Ige 30c Nutley Oleo 4

I Mrs. H. C. Hitch: sec football 4
games saw some of Maude Lappe is going to b, making 4
Student Work, Mrs. Robert Green; the subdeb set Linda John, Gail some of her delicious taker j 6 1-2 0'/. Lilt 2 FOR 4
11\ Youth Work Mrs T H. Slade 4
\ sec. ; Duke Jackie Hobbs and Jackie for order from now on fmr1 FOZZ APPLE JELLY
13c Lb.
sec. Children's Work. Mrs! J. R. Colley -
on a bicycle trip out trKingley Lula fal'Iills cashiering at IC

\ Wainwright, sec. Spiritual Life, lake last Saturday for a Koch's while Lillian Pearson hap: 24 07., I'hG, I9c4C
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd; sec. of Supply picnic lunch ----ear Darrell changed jobs from Robbins ttKoch's 4

i work, Mrs. L. D Vimug; sec. Edwards, age 12, was a surprisedand I too was sure sorrytc DIXIE LILY GRITS l6c 4

i Literature and Publications: happy fellow last week when i hear that Alfiel Mooney, telephone ,, 4 4
L. D. Green; sec. Status of Women, his parents, S UK. 4
Guy and Elva Le r operator, fell and broke her hip 4
APR. 26 Mr!*. E. K. Perryman Circle Edwards. PI't"IlTt'fhIm\ with a i Thursday of last week at her' C CRISCO SHORTENING 85c a---- 4
: Mrs. L Davi- 4
Leaders: -0 1. A piano home she is in the Alachua Gen lona Plain or Sclf-R. 4
I No. 2, Mrs. J. H. Ritch No 3. Mt- 4

I A, Wood, No. 4, Mra. O W Whit CAMAY SOAP, 3 reg. bars 23c 4 4

1:30: P.M. Jr. Give A Young Man A Chance MTdlKN ('IIKMWAXED FLOUR 4 4

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright ptr-ente.l: 4

Hear him discuss the i issues of this campaign ina :' a lovely program of songs BibU C PAPER, 23c Lbs. .63 4 4

straightforward, sincere manner. stories and scripture reading bv '. 2S 9 4 4

the children of the church. ELECT : UK. ItKWOODBURYS 4
DB F"" Hear him tell what he hopes to accomplish for 4
Mrs. Titus Olson
gave a re--; 4
the District if send him to I SOAP 4 for 26c
Eighth, you Congress. of the annual conference ht1! : 1 1 u: 4
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Hear him she, the facts concerning the present Jacksonville April 1-3. ItH: (c --- -'-- 4
2 lb
Pitch reported on the bi>,,* -'j':. T. A. Yaw pkg. 32c 4
status of Camp landing "Book of Acts", the WSCS ".. ,, Ann Page 4 4

bers and Wesleyan! Service *".,::.1': '! : BORAXO, 8 oz. can 18c 4
are taking Wednesday tveiir-.i. "'' MAYONNAISEQuart 4
under the direction of Rer ,; YOUR CUBE STARCH, Staley 7c 4

Honesty Sincerity Integrity Economy Mitchell. 4 4

In Government COUNTY SWAN SOAP, Ige. bar, 2 for 25c JflC 4 4

Rotarians Plan 4 4

HEAR ANDREWS APRIL 26 Ladies Night r C'. LUX SOAP 3 reg. bars 23c 4 4

JUDGEVeteran 4

Members of the St.! "' H :., !: LIFEBUOY reg. bars 23c 4
(Club will be hosts to th. '; R tai ', 4

aims at a Ladies Niglt e\ "lit _____ LUX FLAKES, Ige. box 27c A & P FOOD STORE 4

be held in the Methodist it,i' >-at Ex-Farmer : : Lawyer

CONGRESS -- 8TH DISTRICTPaid building :Monday night. April! :is ,, Courteous Honest : : Capable OCTAGON SOAP, 3 bars 21c Th > Great Atlantic and P urine T>a ( <". ;

A dinner will be served by the : Entire Content Copyrighted, l
( I'ol. Adv.) ladies of the Methodist Cfcurch t \RRIEI' ) -- HAS TWO SONS A-JAX CLEANSER, can 12c 300 East Call St. 4 4

,. be followed by a novelty enter (IVI. .\11pai,1 for b> T. A. faun) >>. 4 4
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FRIDAY. APRIL 25, 1852 I',1 t Ii

- i :Mr.: and Mrs. Louis Sol"hee ofj! Friends of :Mrs.: Ben Blackwell. Mr and Mrs Ernest He>worth Mr anti Mrs Robert S. Bird ofJaiksonulle Mrs Wilma Dockstader and son. Mrs. R. E. Mundorf and

Charleston West Va. were :Monday : -I 30 of Archer who lived in Starkc and daughterSuan and Claire, and Hollis Knight Jr Billy spent the weekend in Pom. Ronnie, spent the weekei.,:

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer I from 1917 to 1951 will regret ti left for their home in Cheshire spent the weekend at the Knight p.in.i. Brach \i-it.ng I!; frh'nI1: r" Little Santa Fe lake

Swindall. hear she died Tuesday morning in Conn Thursday after a visit with cottage on Giandm Lake Mr- \ V :New'iKMi! turned: wth Mr- Mr and Mrs J. C. Fogg x '

cJna Lt. Barney McRae left Tuesdayby Ocala. Funeral !services were held Rev and Mrs T. G Mitchell Bird ithe former Nancy' Let I l'k..I'< .d!t-t! : .., i -n, 't \i-u i, w hl'l :Mr and Mrs. LOUIS Denn .

plane from Jacksonville for in Archer at 3 p.m. Thursday' Mr and Mrs. Gene Carneli oi Knight- :,!"'I!, :\'': ''' Graham on SundayNEW

S San Antonio, Texas after spending :Mrs: Blackwell)) will be rememberedas Daytona Beach visited their grandfather

2E !! THE NEWS 20 days l leave with his parents first aid nurse at Army Camp F A. Scott and other relatives

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. McRae. i Wrecking at Camp Blanding for here last week. Gene is in
Mr. and Mrs. S. Warren Clark of'' several years. the Naval Reserve and has beer FORD
Mrs. Comer Long of Fort Mr and Mrs Harry Mooty an Northampton. Ma=s. were recent''' Mrs. Sam Anderson entertainedat called for active duty. He left

Lauderdale is spending this week expecting as guests this wtek..nd"Mrs. ,!' guests; of their sister-in-law, Mrs. luncheon Wednesday honoringher Sunday for Bainbridge:: : .
mother. ::\Ir-. John ]
with Mrs. F. H. Long. 1 Carl C. Wynn. sister :Mrs.: W. J. Johnson of Among those attending the Billy i
. Mrs. B. F. Boone and children, L. Udell of Highland Park 111 : :Mrs.: I. D. Wills of Atlanta Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Enjoying the affair Graham revival in Jacksonville
will leave Saturday I and :Misses: Mabel and Esther MILEAGE MAKER S SIX"A"
Benny and Joyce !spent the weekend with Mr- and were Mrs. T. G. Mitchell)) and guest Sunday were Wilbur Scott. Olir
for their home in Jackson' Benson of Berwyn. 111. The Ben :Mrs.: B. E. McRae. Mrs. Will Mr<. Ernest Heyworth of Cheshire White. Sr.. Carol White and I!,
Tenn. after a month's visit with son's will travel through the South I Charles Field-
came to bid Barney goodbye. Conn., Mr!. G. P. Wadsworth of
Mrs. Boone's parents Mr. and' for a week while Mrs. Udell re 1, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Futch had a? Hampton Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr.. "There i is a Maiden Form by**

:Mrs. O. \V. White. I mains here with her family.Mr. Smith. and their guests Monday evening, Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs Brassiere for every t type of I WINS CLASS
:: and Mrs. Hogan '
Friends of the N. O. Maxwel' ( children visited the Jacksonville Futch's brother and sister-in-law,1':,1 J. I.. Anderson Jr. Figure"select" .ours at :
will regret to hear that Mr. Maxwell ;, Lt. and :Mrs.: George West and Patients in the Doctor'- Clinic Stumps

received word Tuesday that zoo Sunday.Mr. son, Walt of Grass Valley, Calif ''I Hospital thi week weretrs.: :: Mr and :MrJ: E. Hardy had t*

his sister, Mr*. Marjorie Bond.)' and Mrs. Victor Hartmann Lt. West will leave Jacksonville:: Morns (Carter Rt. 2. medical: Saturday ue"tII.rs.:: Ruth Hardy : IN THE 1952

drowned while swimming at Sara :''of Rockford. 111.. who are visitingthe Thursday for overseas duty in :]: Cheryl Ruvolo, Starke Surgery; of Lake City. Hugh Hardy of Winj i j

sota. The Bonds were planning, Albert Hartmanns. are occupy Alaska.Mr. Mrs. Vera McCord, 122 S. CherrySt. ter Haven and Tom Hardy of, MOBILGAS ECONOMY RUN'Yes !

to spend the weekend with the, ing the Mitchell cottage on Kings and Mrs. J. O Gay entertained ., medical; Betty Lou Hagan. Miami. '
Lake for a few days thi week.
Maxwells. : ley Miss June Copeland, Mis :Rt. 2, medical: : Mrs. C. C. Clark :Mrs: Minnie Hazen' of Brooker':,

Sven you care enough, send :Mr.:. and Mrs. Nate Dyal Mr. and and Betty Bernt. Henry Copeland, and i New York City medical; E. E. is spending this week with the V :-ir Ford \\ in-; again For thr third consecutiveyear

the very he-.t-Hallmark Greeting sons. Tommy and Davd.: John Dillworth Norfolk, Va. on I Houpt. Daytona Beach. medical: V. Hazen and M F. Hazen families > a Ford ;stock model car. }jxwered this time by the

card Bullington( Studio & Gift Mrs. Ber\l I Casey and Miss Judy Saturday. They enjoyed a trip tf Mildred Davis. Starke. medical. Senator and Mrs. Charley Johnr all-new 101-hol' t'plwt'rIILEAGE: :MAKER SIX Engine -
Shop. (tf) Casey were sightseeing They around visited the Stephen Foster Memorial. Holeproof) Proportioned Nylons were in Miami over the weekend'' and equipped with Overdrive (optional at extra

Mrs H. F. Darby of Lake City, Augu-line Sunday.of Youth oldest Mr and Mrs. Charles Devlin at Stump's. attending the State FEA and state cost), led every automobile in its price class. in the 1952

spent part of Sunday and Monday' the schoolhouse.Fountain Font San :Marco: and enjoyed a vacation tour of Cuba Lt. Com. and :Mrs.: Win Well Young Democratic meetings Mobilgas Economy Hun Over a tough 1415-mile course

with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. during the past week. and daughters of Camp LeJeune. Mr and :\Ir-. Jesse Newsonu from Los Angeles to Sun Valley including dense city
Mrs. D. Christiano and son. Iiellers Red Mrs. Ruby Blew of Waterloo. N, C. were Sunday guests of :Mr and son. John and daughter. Eve traffic below-sea-level) ) ert heat reaching over 100
Peter, returned to their home in Connie-Lo- Iowa i< the guest of Mr and Mrs und Mrs.! Guy Sale. lynn will attend the wedding of
( Navy and White atStump's. e I degrees, and rugged mountain passes up to 8,000 feet
after reen. H. C Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yancey of
Darien Conn. Wednesday Richard Cooper, Jr. to Charlotte I
below zero temperatures the Ford SIX averaged
spending several weeks with Mrs. i Poll Parrot and Star Brand Jacksonville andIrs.. Carol Redd in Jacksonville this evening. '
Mr. 8ud11'11.:: homer Swiuddl! 5 .855 ton-miles per gallon and 25.463 actual miles per
Christiano's parents. Mr. and, Shoes for Children Howdv Chandler of Valdosta Ga were Sat. Rev. J. E. DuPre of Live Oak K
I and Anthony were dinner guest gallon. IfOIMV<< really tH-onomy-mimU'd!, this i i is further
Mrs. V. S. St. John. :Miss AliceSt. Doody Rings free with each urday guests of the Ned Yanceys.Mr. spending this week with Mr anc1 ;
': of Mrs. Bessie Cochran Thursday r\ idt'iict <"t 1 Ford leadershipTONMILES : !,,.
John accompanied her sisterto pair at Slump's.Mr. and Mrs H C. Brown and Mrs. J. H DuPre.

Darien and plans to remain evening at Theressa. and Mrs. George Schaeffer Linda Johns were in Tallahassee Mr, and Mrs. Bill Epp- were in '
the :Mrs.: Nate Dyal. :Mrs: T. L, have recently moved into the Paul last Friday.
there through summer. Atlanta Ga. over the weekend at ,j'I
and Miss Judy Casey WPU Knight bungalow on Laura street. 53.8SS 15.463
Jayson Sport Shirts for Casey Sally Ann Epperson spent from'' tending to business and visiting
Jacksonville Mr Schaeffer is the
buiness'Isiturs in employed at Wednesday to Saturday in Jack- friends.
Men at Stump's.Rev.
Saturday Humphre\s Gold Corp and MrSchaeffrr -, .OIl'jJI'Ith her grandparents,
and Mrs. Hugh H. Walters Mr and Mis Robert S Bird attended MILES PERGALLON
of last Mrs Lowell Douglas: ol Haw is a teacher in the Lake Mr. and :Mrs: R. L. Richard.
of LaBelle spent Thursday the wedding of Mr- Bird'rbrother :
the weekend Wit F, Butler school. those attending the Dill)' PER GALLON
week with Mr and Mrs E D. thorne spent Among Charles E. Knight and
K Douglas :Mrs Henry Schneider and tons.Nirkv Graham services in Jacksonville
Tenly. :Mr: and :Mrs: J Miss Sarah MeCann in St Petersburg
: and Henry. Jr., and J. H. :, Sunday afternoon were Mrs S. L I, *'1 he .1.1.1 I'ouiest Board determines the winner bj a "lon-milr
on April 11th.
Hooten of Eustis were weekend Peek, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. S. L. PeekJr. per gallon" formula to injure. njual ihiuiee for all car in fjuhliss

guests of Mrs T. :M.: Hutchings. .. Mrs W. B. Mundy. )oIl'!-. W. L.. The Masters Family of Ashville. (. regardless of .i/e and weight. Ton-mile |HT gallon equal)

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkin left Blair. Mrs, E. F.tilf's.:: Miss Am;[". Tennpent( Friday visiting Mr the car weight (im hiding jiawngirs) in Ions. iiuili( |>Iie.M>j> number -
THEATRESTARKE and MI i sAlton Dnbhs while envroute
for Miami to attend thJudges' ,
Thursday Coburn. Mrs A. A. Durden. Mr '
of miles I raI'IIt.t!, divided I II j numlx'r of gallons of 1.l&n"t'on"lIl1t"tl.
& to Tampa to make theit
Conference for week
a and Mrs John Anderson and Bobby h .
Vitending the Catholic Pilgrim Biggs.I home.

.ige to Nombre de Dios at the I' ,. Mr and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and
:Mrs. W. J, Johnson and chug
Dedicated To Community Service Americas' oldest Catholic Mission :Mr. and Mrs Bill Plaster of Jack
Test Drive" the Winner !
Mo\le Are Better Than Ever" tees, Carol and Sheryl, of AtlanU I. I 18Om.me Economy Today
St Mrs friends and
in Augustine Sunday were wt're'isiting
\ Ga. have been visiting :Mrs. Johri
27 2* '
Sat.. Apr. 26 ONLY i Sun., Mon. Apr. Anna Jamison. Mrs Henry Stefnielli. i I ston's sister .Mrs. Sam Anderso,? relatives in Norfolk. Va. a Ill'

DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Paul Kpleh(>r. Mrs :Madison N. C. last week.
1 j
The battle| and family and brother. C. Andrews Motor Co.for
I s Harry Plotts and Mrs Peggy Burton and Mrs. Burton for th ic F. D Key was visiting friend .

pr+e ',;,1t kIr of Texas.., Shaller. past two weeks. and relatives in Palatka on Sun
and thebattle :Mr and Mrs T. J. Griffin. :Mrs: I david Over 30 rf'CII'Pluml'llR
:i Dr. and :Mrs. W. E. Middleto In'
t .. ( I
Carrie Ritch and Miss AnnUhaibv '
,:. : and Mrs. E. L. Matthews an DIanne and Maigaiet 1..1-<1'\\- 1 19911.1IIlISIN!>!> :STARKK; : 1'1.-\.
( the weekend in Oviedo
rid, wereiiting their granclp.lll'il-!
daughters :Mary Agnes Anne a
MUCH I of theE '! \'I"ltingtheir brotherinlawuid Betsy spent the weekend at ('ed ir Mr, and Mrs. G. B Col- 11 "i

sexes! sister Mr and Mrs. L. E' Key. Brooker from Thill sda\ ,, ::' ,' ,
moor I Jordan, ,
GABLE 1 of last week. -" -"- -- ;
day -
..R.ti Lt. Com and Mrs:: rr ---- 7 -- "
I S I Mrs: Lillie Cone of Brooker wa.<' Well and children of IVilliaL ***
I SHELDON the guest Thursday of last wee k;: Jenny, X C were Sunday M.sitoiof !i-- folk Va arrived Tue.sda\ ':

ADAMS I GARDNER of Mrs M. F. Hazen. :Mr: and Mr- G E. Miller the leiirnnder of the '.M .

Sen. and Mrs. Charley John;.. Mr. and Mrs J M Viikeis anchildren ,III,| I PI' ,iinl bl Ir'a! 1\ III HOIIJ.te HEAR YE HEAR YE !

AND '- I CRAWFORD had as Monday guest Bill Sim. spent last week in ( hopi :MlO P. !)>>al It .J I Ik "

"NOT SINCE 'THE THIRD MAN' HAS mons of Miami and on Tuesda,, visiting Mi and Mis W M Littl t'i i the \\t."k"d ', 'i M' II

THE SCREEN OFFERED US SUCH Art I Mr and :Mrs.: A. J. Williams II f field. :Mrs A L A'al"zREELECT !

EXCI1INGCHASEI.-N.Y.Da.JtN...tlhl KG Ms lilE SIB A'arhua.' -- CARPENTERSr

4 IN A ,.I.alld Mr and Mrs H. V. Knight and

JEEP"' U Altilt..'.<**) I LION E l BARRYMORE. BfUlAH BONDI the son.wedding Holhs of Knight Charles Jr.Knight attended and! HI:\ I \\.r\I.LST. STARKK FLA. ,,.' ,j'9"

Also Latest Xeand "Stupii 1 Miss Sara McCann in St. Petersburg

1 Cupid" Cartoon which took place in the Pinel presents -- E ALTESr"
flu "D uck Doctor Cartoon and
las Park Church on April 11. the
"rla.l"OH'rland Kit Carson" :MRS. H. K. TYIS Rev Charles Allen officiating Doyle E. Conner

:MiMontie:: Hutching (m
F. J. I'ELLl'M: Thur., Fri. May 1. 2 ;alllt'S\'i1le spent the weekendih

net p1l!'E'nls.1 r. an,1Irs.. R H
Ice Cream Carnival
Tues., Wed. Apr. 2.9!), ;30 l() s wN1ERS 1 t I HII'I(/' hingsJantcn Sim Suits Shorts YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE

-- :. Kathinjr Caps and Tee Shirtsat
HU&O 6a MER II 1 1 B hncrgrlitDependable .

/ a IIICtIAELSJ BEVERLY HAAS I Stump's.M ,and Mfrs: George C U'hm Experienced/ if IM ( apablt TWO BIG DAYS\ -- FRI- SAT. -- APR. 25, 26

M1 ad RENNiE 11r 01( !r dl.lhass.111 be the Kiuj-t'

w I (II' MiGeorge, Alderman ;and' !
Ke WYNN tt :Mrv r I I. \\ White Saturday ,i m.',
"Ns-- -ti L.r w.,- SuniiiivMr .

HIM Cartoon -Bird Tuner," Short olw *"**L ,im." ? ? sc nd. r ? John l' low. Miv i ,i.- Double: Dip Cone 9c
hard| and their house MI:
Subject "So You Want To Be .\ BettB DAVIS NUN AllY J JOHNSON guests
c S McCornack Land Mrs.: R TBell
1'lus "TM" :-MouseUeteers" Carioon!
llajidynian" and latest News *
were dinner guests last Thut--

daof Mr. and Mrs: R. L :Mi '

IF 1().U nxu'on NAME CONCEALED: : iTHK; WINDING Dowel! in Jacksonville.Paul .

})In,,).: IN OR I..FLOKll THRATKK ADS ct'T1) OITM> VKK- Knight, son of Col! ar-d
SENT IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FKKK TICKETS :Mrs D. E. Knight, who has be a
,n :Munich Germany for the pat T DOUBLE DOUBLEDIP

fight months as production din'c'ot AND HEAR .,; .

for Radio Free Europe, write
his parents that he was retetitlv I "
transferred to London England;: '

Dedicated To :\u\i... ..lreConununity where he will hold the same post r I J .)

THEATRE It..tlt'r tion he will for return several to weeks Germany after \\ ho-!' FROM THE RECORD AND PROVE "ft.7 S SundaeONLY d Soda i

Sen' Than K\er:
A :MARTIN T1IK.XTKK :Mr and Mrs R A. CoK"tt\ and ;'

daughter, Dianna. Mi and Mrs .1 THAT HE VOTED FOR ONLY
Box Office Opens 6:30 P.M. Show Starts 7:20 P.M. K Dougla and :Mrs.: Lowell \'

OPEN EVEUY NIGHT RAIN OR FAIR Douglas of Hawthorne heard IJill\\ INCREASED OLD AGE \1"

Graham, Evangelist at the' Gator \\ /

Fri, Sat. Apr. 25, 26 I MonTu Apr2S., 29 Bowl noon. in Jacksonville Sunday after ASSISTANCE 14c 13c Y

-. plnerutf Mrs Edward Charbonnean returned I Y

r t Thursday from a business His Record Is To The Public
of theTOWN trip to Canada. Mr fharbonneauwa Open

i guest of Mr !' low and Mrs

Ward while she was away And Shows That He Fought For

Alter a pleasant visit here with DOUBLE DIP

CLAIRE Ilomn 9 ALBERT tt ".nds :Mrs: R T. Bell and Mrs

TREVOR DEKKER C .-> McCornack left Tuesday for The Best Interests Of The People SEA L T EST DOUBLEDIP

,ant their! homes in Skokie and tCharles BANANA SPLIT
t >> *TO > ;'luc "<<.nij'. On" CartoonMRS. Of Bradford CountyHE
Mr and :Mrs: Robert Turn*'r of
(tarring S. _\. WELDON: Columbia. S. C. were home for the

ItlDIE MANA BURL DEAN we.'kend'isiting their parents MILKSHAKE I
MURPHY HENDRIX JVES JAG6ER N\vd.Thur.- .\pr. :W. May 1 :\1 rand Mrs Sam Anderson ami WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT Half I 'I .

Roy Turner.
v'COa 'e
ir.v1 s.uLTV'.'\AIJt NF cWRl CI v :Miss Dons Stewart and Mrs 1. 1 1NTKE.VSEI) ASSISTANCE: for old ae and dr
lMu "Dippy Diplaiiut" Cartoon Q1.r 1p4 P.uth Johnson visited \\'
:. ... Mrs :il pendent groups:
';am Draper in Jacksonville Saturday ,
MRS. J. C. rOTTKELL a.. the, afternoon. 2. HONESTY in Government Gallon 'lip

Sun., Apr. 27 ONLY i Wdbr s I Miss Dolor> McKmght fm!,: <- 3. STOP WASTE of taxpayer's dollar. I
Florida-Southern! University.Aa 1 15c
"rind rmu'all pmg'D I. 1 Ot home for the weekend to see her 4. SOl'XD LEGISLATIVE program for support of Bulk I

LOU '(u \\' baby brother. David 1... r iyMcKmght public schools.

born Wednesday of list Made With
"ABBOTT JIll COSrEUO we.'ktrt:: Eustis :McKnight: ,ind 5. MORE AND BETTER highways and farm to market
"\ j baby returned home from the Roads 93c tl1 SEALTESTICE

h MEET 1ht KIL1ER \ 'J Q ;WA\\ hospital on Monday. 6. SOUND: AGRKT'LTURE; and Forestry Legation.HE I C
j Mrs: Paul Keleher atten d a ICE CREAM

\.tl L \tt c"ft ;Deling of Jacksonville a'.ir.n: : : SErER MISSED A ROLL CALL

BORIS( mm' Iterg M alliance of Delta Delta Delta

Clll Mironty Wednesday evening of
l last week at the home of Mr Delicious SEALTEST ICE CREAM
Tlus "0n('e I'pon .\ Uh'JDI" 1) Featuring
Olin Watts Joy Reese Colemanof
(Cartoon < the Jacksonville Journal i Till. .\dpaid fur h> I>o\le t:. Conner)
Plus "Chump Champ" Cartoon spokon .. -" "- ,. .. -' -" -- -- - ":
the need for more intelLg-\ : _- 'WI-- _" ___ -- -_-_ --- ___ -- ,-- .-- "0-- -- .- .-- ---- ----:-<--."':
voting and interest in politics. II

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rRIm .\y. APKIL .'5 I I4

LAKE GENEVABy i!, Guardsmen Fire NATIONAL GUARDSMEN RECEIVE AWARDS myvvvvvvvvvvvvvnvmv R. M. Hersey I jville. and Mrs--Gladys----\\ ..

On Blanding RangeLocal
| son. Starke; two soni i :
HEILBRONNL. R Ma-tin! H-rsey, 81, died MonR.. Martin Heivev .) -
Blanche CunninghamLittle National Guardsmen spent Jay April 11. in "" r
a local hospital b" r1 p MT,", '

.' their first weekend on the rifle II. I'ntihTYTYYYYTYYYTYYYYYTYTTTYY toll.wing! a brief illness. He \\ .i-- \ .: .- : .. It 1I1k

Shirlene Hamm, daughter range at Camp Blandin; this year' a native of Columbia County and Kui.rm, ".t.".. .,,1' .,",

of Mr. and Mrs Leonard on April 56. They will:) :spend one tlr'I.I.. Watson'pert; the had lived at Theresa for the pit! -i.u utemoon at 3 1'1. ;L", I.
Hamm, celebrated her fourth more weekend firing on May 10- 35; years, where h.> er.Raaed :i. \1: Lint
t H-k.ntl .11 Jacksonville ',\ .th h.-r !: Hiptmt r' ':.
birthday Monday, April 14, witha 11. iildren taiming until In- le'ii-Mnent I .
I Illtel'Mrs.
party given by her mother. Each Guardsman mil: fire for t He is SUIMIIn,! !-, A I, | : ('i.t

Those enjoying the celebrationwere record with the weapon He u arm Mr and Mrs. Fred Johnson and MUaiMir! tl. -,'t h'..,' '. 'k l'i'.ttei\! u;

Tykie Waits, Johnny and edith and will fire other w-aprn J .... Mnuly of Waldo were visiting Mr daughters. :MIX: ': '1".1"I ,. i\\ M' c.b, >
and :Mrs Ancel
Ann Cox, Linda, Carolyn and Raymond for familiarization. Weapon used Norman Saturday and :MiH. !F', aIH
I II night
Forsythe, Jackie Fox, Bob ,, by the unit in firing are th" Car .\
by and Bessie Ridenour, Marion bine and M-l rifles, pistols and 50 :Mrs Ruby Gaynoe Grady .in.'

Beasley, Linda Lee Anthony, and calibre machine gun. Glenda Vamps, Marion and %Wand! <

:Martha Sue Finley. Shirlene re : Norman were Sunday afteni"
I Seventeen members of the unit 4 I Motors to Jacksonville.
ceived lovely gifts
many qualified with the M-1 rifle and t 4tj \r
Mrs. Delma Glisson spent the Mrs Sue Sapp of Gaine I'
110 with the Carbine on the last
weekend in Tampa, where she was relatives
visiting this
I. ll \t m:
weekend !
( spent at Blaiid'ng. High
visited her father, E. Gnann, vhc' mumty Sunday.
that has fired
for the
scorer group
home there. His ('0L. T. K. )le'L.1NE..llt.: : ., ,., ,,
is in a rest many minting; .fin- :
I for record was Pfc Marklee: J. aimon Sgt. 1st Class O P Hutto. Others in this Sympathy is extended to th,

friends will be glad to know that I I Norman, who maJe "expert" by the 2nd Bn 124th Int i Is pu-turt-d above a.he pinned picture receiving awards are Pfc. Connie M Clark. relatives of }Blackwelder: \\ h..

his condition is greatly improved.and I'I firing a score of 175 out of a a Five-Year Service Ribbon on Capt. H. B. and Pfc. Lynn D. Hamilton, ribbons for one year died at the home of Cecil Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. E. Howerton
possible 290.Qualifying. perfect drill attendance: Warrant Officer JG AlbertL. Sunday morning.
:Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter Ingram, commander of the local Guard company, at
as sharpshooters Crosby Jr. bronze clu"ter for two Mr. and Mrs David Plunkett m i
Lillian, attended the Billy Graham the armory Monday night M. Sgt. Robert W. Drake years perfect I
services at the Gator Bowl in the Carbinp rifle were Van Priest attendance; and Pfc. John C. Griffis ribbon for Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and:
Vernon L. Connie Clark, also received the Five-Year Service Ribbon. At extreme one Mrs Ancel Norman Thursday
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Starling, )ear perfect attendant Capt. I ram and S;:t. 111
Ray Griffis and Clifton Grit fis. right Col.! Mt-Clane is seen pinning a Bronze Drake also
They also attended services in the received the luster! rill two \ears perfect tI
Snyder Memorial Methodist church Qualifying as sharpshooters with Cluster denoting two years of perfect drill attend- attendance Recent BirthMr I I

its 82nd anniver the U. S, Rifle, calibre ,3.). M-l
which celebrated
Dr. were Cleo Thornton, Haroid Norman TYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYY \'isitingwith Alvie's parents. and Mrs F.)1) L i
Guest speaker was F'r./I' Red Cross
George sary. E. Farrar, pastor of the Vernie Thornton, Wiley C 'ley.: The Life And Times weekend.me and Ella Moody, over Quota ;coons I K bl'h! "t t ,jail '

Church. He Joseph N. Warren and Richard: I Opal I I v ?, i \i'. i Ii I 1 1I 1I
Keystone Community of the church Underhill. ; Of New River FolksBy We heal the Peg and :Minnie Still Short $21 I >(,, !I"" '. M' Mil' < ,' "
was former pastor
Johns' have
an addition to their
from 1930 to 1937 which was the His condition remains about the family. Son Charlie
married Lillie! .
| IHU i Il1t but inn : to the! RodCio
longest pastorate in its history same. He is a Navy veteran of Ann Knight of Lake Butler Thurs
.1 .
-h rn'l''l'rl' reedy d thisweek.
delivered the sermon,
Dr. Farrar I World War II. day night. The newlyweds will
from "Acts"which Cpl.Yllbul' returned l Jt.H\'IIlJ; the County campaign -
based on was the used same for his first ser.1 Palatka visitors Saturday were Tuesday a in from Camp Cook, live in Lake Butler. Lillie Ann still] SIM: 13 short of .ts S23&0 .

Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe, Mrs.V. Calif. He I ii discharged! from the will graduate from high school goal i it
in 1930
the church
mon at
Carlson, E. O'Nell, B. Cunningham regular Army but is in the active this term. Charley is an employeeat Inn Robbins. County drHt .
Ternll W. Cunningham has beena Spires >store 'I --
reserves. Wilbur and three bud *-
Lake Veterans and sons, Richard and War. chairman, pointed out Tuesdaythat )
patient in the City dies drove thru in three days. At Felton Moody was accepted in the ) I
original goal of 2280 had Fresh sliced I
hospital for the past four weeks ren. this writing Wilbur isn't feeling the U. S. Army and is now stationed bppn reached However the County a : t \ I' '__

'" -- too well but hopes to be O. K. in Ft. Bragg N.C. i i" still $21.13 short of an additional IIickorsmoked .. .". :' \ I. / ( ., -_ 1l
I .-.. shortly. A large crowd enjoyed the dance $100 which added ., : : .
: was t >
Saturday night at Browning's filling 'nuf said!
Sgt. John Dukes also is discharged following tornadoes in Arkansas : ,
., I from station. and other states. \ f )
Army, but is in Yes of
Production Our Nearly everyone eating new : num course
: the active
Robbins expressed the hope that
Irish potatoes and string beans. L\kcs bacon is better

; George and Ahi> \\Vtre and I We hear that Dukes baby is late contributions would send the .'. by golly it shouldbe l '
Real children of Columbia, Ga. final total above the $2350 figure TIME !
Security were : MONEY!
after his YOUR
... ." getting along nicely ac- The drive officially ended March For it is all fresh I CLOTHES !

/:.,.,..,-..#- "'."'". II: still cadent and pitalization.; He is 31-. lthough contributions may sliced from selected :M.i\t.iU-: r.,".'.., :M.\tnir is built '".. Oi.U :llstt.,c I i\; I'
.J. with his Mr. ,'
I r' \:. ti'-- '". For I grandparents still be mailed to the American stock all 10o squire ; n?nuniur! ':: ;. !Iq t You'll:1/: [ uvhK', ?, ',. / -
Distinguished and :Mrs. Kirby Crews. The community tub holds 11,1,1, ". .
-LIIH: \ \tia \ us i but ? 'nil- N.. ., ,
!I Red Cross. Starke Robbiiia said. smoked in the ,1
When ask ar..security' from hickory
a people ". joins in wishing a complete Si'tt,7, tsi' ''t Unii'lehct !I"'1'' i Models priced from
'their government and'ot\thV-scane! time Service I speedy recovery.Joe In thanking the campaign workers slow careful old- : : 'iI """' $000.00 to $000.00

.Shorter I Lazenby was home again and the people of Bradford f.1hioncJ.1y..
:. working !
stress curtailed production -
: for the
County making a
'''''' l last weekend, proudly strutting Creek
hours and unearned benefits from their
I I t his 3rd green stripe. Seems success. Robbins emphasized that THE MAYTAG F"1 COME IN NOW

employers?: a' nation' is 'on'. 'dangerous, quite) proud that he'd passed all it way< the first time since 1945 Southland fOR
ground,-II! "d \ '. "" \ his subjects which enabled him tc that th.' county had reached its Palm Ki\cr AUTOMATIC -*- FREE

: 1datioi In! come airman (equivalent to a goal! at all better dealers (">\rafoam washing .,ition -- DEMONSTRATION'LIBERAL !
The:f u of f .security l eli'in the pi i it t gets clothes re.il.y

rindiVid 1'8 right and, opportunity- toeatereain'trtgs t Otlu.s and Billy Brown of Jack '' Sgt. Billy DansbyAt LYRES BROS Inc I :...iti-ty.an.automalll'y Lid Need :no: TRADE-IN

his' own efforts "'milk- \\'t're'isiting their mother
t A through', \ Ft. Benning c 'r aiijuns ':sting down $000,00
plus thex right to keep for, himself and t I'niby Hodges lat EASY TERMSGAY'S
f / Albeit and Eunice Moody are
dispose of as he..wishes,.:the fruits of f his A reallv bragging around us all this! Fgt BIID! Dan-by l lft for
Fort Bl'nningApril 15. to attend
labor.: S .' .t.Re week They have watermelon
9 n ( the Radio Maintenance Course HOME
4. ...>"; blooms The point that concerns APPLIANCES
.A offered to members of the National
( :- ': nn aunt! t ihow long does it take .
r .. ,'. ) Guard. Sgt Dansby wil1!
'hat b'tmiii;' to go "plunkplunk"her Court AL Madison till I'homo
'U Our Nation Is to Develop. Its Highest Weil- complete the course early in Sop
k. *' \im thump it?
Being Every IndividualMust Be Free to -Elect Justice tember. -
We had a'l'rY pleasant visit
1 Develop His Skill. and?Attain His Ambitions s> cousin-Mrs. JohnF Other members of the local unit
Horn a
t Through the Exettise"r of His Own Abilities I .tSj B.K.ROBERTSTO Crews of :'olontl<:elll). She, her who are attending the course arc
Sgt. 1st Class Rodney P. Hall and
'V two children, her mother-in-laV,
Cpl. George Winkler.
THE FLORIDA :Mrs. G. E. Crews of the State I
Use Your Bank Champion o/ Your liberties. Members of the unit will spend '
.. SUPREME COURT Fauns and aunt, :Mrs. M. S. Hayes
their second weekend on the Camp \
of Gainesville. Mrs. John F. '

II "He brings to Florida's Crews K better known to all of u: Blanding rifle range on May 10-11

FLORIDA BANK at STARKE highest court the simple as "Joe"a nickname she acquired All personnel who did not complete
the firing on the previous
Mr..w range Y
: dignity of a friendlyman. : in her native land, France. Jot'hadn't GOOD
outing April 5611 do so thif
visited a long time
Editorial us in
( )
I weekend They will fire such
Illemocr Istoriila ffalionat ( j and it wa: a nice meeting. She
jroun B. K ROBERTS. B. K. ROBERTS weapons as the M-l rifle, carbine
I Campaign Manager Campaign Treasurer was almost in a stage of ecstasy,
fyOE II' (Paid Political Adv.) I over the expectancy of the arrival machine guns: and pistols. GOING

( of her parents from France. They : The local unit with other unit n tb

: leave France Thursday: April 24, I of the 48th Infantry Division will y .,, 9pA'
New York the 29th
and arrive in
attend summer field training from
'aboard the Queen Mary. They ,
/ July 27 to Aug 10 at Fort Me
PIll I plan to live with Joe and John I'

until they can learn to speakI Clellan Ala.

I I English and become adjusted. Wtj n /

j are all happy for them and will be
( glad to meet them. S

Well, I didn't get to go to the 1 i

I Gulf fishing--but had a glorious Return

r time in Jacksonville during tin

'I weekend. Richard (Dick) Mack :

Fernie Moody and Aubrey \\'1'1111tre i .;wp raR. w e F

still setting tobacco r-m- : .

r James Ostt-tn is vi-itmg! >1.- .bt'

Florida I parents, Peggy and R*'t-na Os4 <.r. u t'

He has completed hi- basic ti 1.1111

.- lug: at Foil ll..t't'den'a and .- xaESL... ti

't( is a "pennies" proposition : assigned: to \\V-ttin ouista-! + dt'tTelevision i: 1'a i',. i

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'<::;:' 1i TipsCHflRES when your car is powered with

-/ i

Sure folks m Florida buy mere electiiciry than l1y CROWN EXTRA i

almost anywhere else. It's modern .it's iktap gasolineFUR

Look how little it costs a family of four in a ,

I t'pical"Sunshlnc Service" home to add... PERFORMAM F that makes you proud ,_i'-

: r< of your car, fill up with Crown fxtra-
I ,fm ? 1?jM ?
C the popular premium motor-fuel designed .I

: :\\0\lt\ MAY BE A FRAME for today's high compression engines. 7 -

BUT A THE GAL OF MIND FRAME IS GENERALLY To The Crown Extra is constantly improved to //fl tr

give you best combination of extra: power, r ti4 I
extra smooth acceleration, and extra

r / / protection against engine-ping! See for ,. I
I yourself why it's the %-

Operating a new "automatic" ends Biggest Selling Premium '
r .
Joie clothes...without rinse ruts [Dick] Mock has ,
that "turkish bath" chore and dish.

pan hands for lea/& ,.fA"]a 1fII4l or wringing! A new automatic operas worked hard as a memberof Fuel in Area Served by i I

for 20c a month or Ids ..about a fraJ this vital state commission '

ftrfmn for th uwi', iuuhit' t to bring you better Standard Oil Dealers ; NR.
k service from gas, electric, 9
An end to hanging up and tiling t;
train, bus, truck, telephone
don n .to w orry about\fo'indnin, and CLOTHES IRONER-
There's and telegraph companies.
no joke about our dt-Mn
broken lines..fot; a family
I Sit-down comfort replaces a e torte >ou and hate at .our Uij -. Florida born, he is a World

of a penny or two a day. "bacVimLmg" iron for 6c to r' j |>osal tt hat you need.i War II veteran, Universityof

16c a ne\...in average of less Florida graduate, success-

than a halfpenny a diy per person. W Chas. C. Shepherd ful business man. For better it
government, vote for . ,
atilt, eOt met*... You'll It avaztd at hew littlt it cuts to add ether Guaranteed _

ul.s.ril1g;, ttme-Uiitig S.nskne Stnica. Sit jcur dealer today! RICHARD [DICK] MACK


tl o FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Sales and Sen ice Political id. Paid btDick ( KENTUCKY )
I ; Mack for te fr. t mmn n C Ph. 239 Starke O. Bolger. Campaign TRUe


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Children's Group I Nine Men CalledIn Vets May Receive FOR SHERIFF 'I FOR CONSTABLE I at the same polling places! and with Court and
I candidacyfor cause and
hereby announce my DISTRICT O>K the same and you are required ntlre Tn
managers clerks 4-PPUr
re-election to the office of I I am asking for as II to serve a copy ,of ,
for the first your an To
Hears Talk OnRehabilitation April-May Direct Loans Sheriff subject in to the Democratic i Constable trict :No: I.of Bradford County DIs- hereafter regular in said Democratic County, Primary up-- swer on the or pleading Plaintiffs the complaint residence: Rosemary is: Milford Gal..n'h, eU\vai! <-. -
Primaries May Attorney.
on the question of the I You
For Armed ForcesNames For Homes Soon Having faithfully discharged best the of 'I support I thank you for your vote and acquisition or construction establishment, opera I Neal Exchange D. Evans Building Jr 103 Jacksonsonvllle. Law I suit are for hereby divorce notified has that be,'*/u
office to the -
duties of the tion and maintenance of a public filed against In
my ability during my first term Ipromise -J. L. SILCOX. Constable hospital In Pradford County Flori- P! al Florida and file the origin- j ed Court and cause you the above nan
The Bradford County Children'! of nine men who com- Bradford county veterans will! if re-elected, to continue da. under Chapter 2741S, Acts of the Circuit in the Court office of the Clerk of the !, to serve a and of you are required
office FOR CONST. I on or before the 6th copy your ar.-
Committee met in regular session 'prise the April and May induction ; be able to receive direct federal In to a cenduct fair and the impartial affairs of manner.the DISTRICT ONK ini.R I ment Legislature to said of hospital 19i l. by of the that pay-partof I allegation day uf May. 195!: otherwise the on swer the or Plaintiff's pleading to the complaint: ,

April 14 at Thomas Restaurant.Mrs. groups from Local Draft Board 18 loans for building or buying new The vote and support! of the voters for I Constable hereby announce my candidacy I the race track funds in excess of be taken as of confessed said Complaint by will T. Evans and Neal Attorney D Evan. ,Evan Jr.
released this week by Mrs. homes within mouth In the County will be greatly ap- ford of District One, rrad- $' OOOOOO allocated to Bradford .. This notice shall be you 10J Law Exchange Building Jackfontllle.
Lex Green chairman presided -. were probably a preciated. County comprising voting precincts County under Chapter 550. Florida published I I .
once each Florida and
week file
for four
over the business session at Rhoda Dampier. c erk. I said A J. Thomas Jr., county service Respectfully submitted the vote 1. and 2 and 3. I will appreciate'!: Statutes. All duly qualified electors weeks" in the Bradford County consecutive Tele- in the office of the Clerk original of the
support of the IMILTON I regardless of
REDDISH. people
i P D. party are qualified
to. Circuit
I Court
to Jacksonville for induction i officer. gra ph on or before the I 1'
which time a new member, Mrs. Reporting D.: CARTER I vote therein
I I Dated this 3rd day of April 195!. I': day of May 1932! : ; oth.i-w.a.ethe
This 3 .
Martha Snellln. County Health on April 15 were.Var' I The government's direct loan FOR ShERIFF FOR ('O'i.TAflI.EII"TRICT day of March 19i:!. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. -Thomas I allegations: of said Complain
To the will be
Nurse, was introduced by Dr. A. ren L. Boatwright and Raymond program which provides up tc I am again offering myself as a I hereby ONF \ BRADFORD I i Py Myrtle Clerk T. Deaver of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk : This notice taken as shah confessed oe published by you
Bradford announce COfNTY I
Prevatt. Lawtey and Robert F $10,000 to approved veterans for candidate for Sheriff of my candidacy FLORIDA i i! one each week for
Y. four
Covington. subject to the Democrati"o or Constable of the First Justice By! M (). Harrtll. Chairman 4.4 4t 4 Jr. consecutive!
: and Chailes Tomlinson. housing had been County f the Peace District. .! i I weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. -
Jack Trawick tc Moody suspended Primary May 6. I assure you comprising the I i 4'4t5 !.

represent the Children's was appointed committeeon I Lake Butler. The four had passed. temporarily when its fundi ran I and will active deeply support appreciate and your If elected vote voting:2. North precincts Starke: :No:I and I.:No.:I Iawtey 3, South; No- /' :\onn: TO -..trreiRTo .' !. Circuit OTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR("...at,. Hated this 3rd day of \pn' : ." '

the physical and mental examinations out. will render the people a sober and Starke. i : M J Hardenburg, co Fowler I Florida I. (",.""'IT. OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Th.mias..
the Citizenship Committee at i honest administration of this most I will appreciate the'ote and Brothers Furniture Company Chattanooga '[ Vincent Joseph Galeano. Plaintiff vs Clerk of the Circuit C >u"
Bradford High School. I previously and were sworn I Thomas said that a bill providing -, important office Sincerelv. support of the citizens of the District Tennessee I Rosemary Galeano Defendant By Myrtle T Deaver Deputy Clerk
in Tuesday. i $125,000,000 to -T. C. (Clayton) Crawford and promise If elected to per TAKE :"OTICE.)1. J. Harden- I, Case No 9061 4. 4 4t 4 ,
continue these
Judge E. K. Ferryman said he call will be I form the duties of said office to the burgh that on March 31. 1952. :Nell:I .
would The May induction l loans has been passe I by Con FOR T1X ,%SF.S*>OU I[' best of my ability. Brown Hardenburgh" filed suit for I
make his Juvenile court report for five men who will leave here and I hereby announce that I am a -J. S. (Jule) EUNICE.:: Sr divorce against you in the Circuit
gress now needs only the: i of Tax \.I __ ( Court of the Fifth Judicial Men's Clothing
at the next meeting candidate.for for the office | i M H Circuit of
i May 13. In the group are Lawrence President's signature to put it in1to I sesor of Bradford ("ounl'UbjPI'I | \OTH'Iof' IMFATION Florida in and for LYadford" County ,!jllt II ALVAREZ'STORE EstablishedlS9l II
TO ,
Mrs. W, .R. Morse received a Dobbs, Lawtey Mallory effect. The proposed lav \\ill to the will of the voter of May in <. th"Demol'ratic 1 HKdVTKH: FiriiriOl S N\>IK Florida is entitled in chancery Nell Brown which Harden-saidsuit I

copy of the State Welfare Board' Thomas Jr., Starke James C. Melvin j, allot $25,000,000 in !loans every feel that my Primary knowledge of and lone Notice ishereby. under. ,given the that the undersijriied. hl1r h. Plaintiff T. M J. Harden .
of !
Standards for Child Caring Institutions Fla and Samuel experience in land matters well" provisions!! >i burgh. Defendant; the nature of
Dundee, ; four months. | Chapt r :2ftH'ii= ;; Laws of FIlrllta.l.tll
for this position, andI suit Is a Bill for Divorce
I qualifies me opromise f 1941. will register with .
from Mrs. Wil
and i
Downing Knight David Hughes Brooklyn t-ervice These are therefore to require
fair and Impartial you
Bradford of the Circuit Court '
I County veteran have in and for Irad-
and turned it over to the secretaryto lard DeSue Starke both colored. to all if elected Your vote and supf County. State of Florida, upon to file an appearance or an answer FOR SALE -
i iI such
received proceedings the undersigned -
approximately $100/XW be greatly appreciated
port receipt of proof of
be filed. The that 15 I I publication of Clerk of
secretary war Mrs. Dampier reported -T. J. ALDEKMNFOR I this the said Court
asked to write a letter of appreciation -I 13 from the local board and from the loans in the 1 last year. El Ilancho notice :Motel the" fictitious under which name were of (whose address is Starke, Florida '
'men, II III Thomas said. He noted that M"PF.IlVtMtRHF.rJISTll on or before the 2nd day of May, Pure Florida Cane
nine a engaged in business on P. S. 19i; :!!. Syrup
I the
to Mrs. Knight. I two transfers from other boards $10,000 houses ITIO> I 301 north of Starke Fla matters and things alleged .!
were constructed In said Bill of Complaint *furIivorce
for) i To the Voters of Bradford CoiintvI : C. I. Scholl and Gladys 1..w..11
Mrs. Morse also went to Jacksonville yesterday will be taken
reported of as
a office confessed
under the candidate :
program. and several am a Scholl, Box 1001 Starke, Fla. I
local boy in question has receivedan I pre-induction physical examina- j Supervisor of Registration subject I Dated this I llth day of April A D..1 j a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered Excellent QualityREASONABLY
homes > against and the
were willproceed
purch I J to the Democratic Primaries In )Iay.I 1932.: at St..rke, Bradford you cause
offer of a foster home anc" I tions. None of the 15 will be called I am personally familiar with the I Florida. County I I I4t II fparte.
The veteranbuilding the new done a WITNESS: my hand and the seal of i
duties of the office, havIng : PRICED
schooling in the north. in May however. I {Ill 5/!
homes wereV. H. Graham. Bil! large tart of the work in setting 111'1| I said Court at b'tarke: Florida on I

Don Parker. Reading Specialistat McRae. \V H. Halt, II. A. Bishop, is the considered new system one now of the In use.most which modern oTH'I' 10 .\"I'laUIn this(OFFICIAL the .11 day SEAL of March) A. ,J.1952.Thomas:= ,

is Bradford Elementary School, RonnieDonnieWill Jr., S. G. Denmark Curtis J. I \in the to State keep so it in T am excellent adequatelyounlified condition I I I I,I Kluriilii llrruil: In tutu<.hninrrrVirginia Ft. IIrnllr..rllInC. Clerk Bradford of the County Circuit, Florida Court fur SANTA FE STOCK FARM

now attending a Mental Health Malone. Charlie Coven, Frnest ', II.ill llaaien. Plaintiffs. Walton & Walton
Clinic in Miami and will be asked Move Soon i If elected, I will give! the ditties John Joseph laar| :M, Defendant. And Kate: L. Walton Starke. Fla.
Phillips and A. J.
Thomas Jr. attentionind Case No. 905SNotlee 11":; South Second street
on his return to speak on this at I of the office. my personal 'I'it \|it|,,,"r.Ti. I'alatka. Florida
and .. all times
infant will I. available at
The Ronnie Donnie --tated that 1 I .
any veteran :Mr
the next meeting. I I The vote and support of all mYriend' : John Joseph Haarenw [ .tt'.rio-y for Pla.ntiff.:
children's wear store is moving tc interested in these loan! could' f are earnestly solicited. hoslesirleiue and address i*: ,!:2C {/< 4t 4. ->:,
Harmon P. Morgan introduced -\I.-\mA': i.. cp.nsnv, 1 1 win Avenue, ElIgl.d., Califori -
i its new location near the Post Office I contact him and he would i.elp' i i it .

the speaker Don Hay District. within the next few weeks them write their letter of applica. I You are heieliv notified that a In Circuit Norici: 10 \ITKUI Give A Younger Man A Chance To Inject I
\111'01111 suit for Court. Bradford County
10 TIII: \orKii: or JIlt Divone and testurat" of
Supervisor of Vocational Rehabilitation Flynn, tion. Since the i maiden rinrldni\ In ('haneery.Ulric .
according to Mrs. Vergie are hairilfd'on : rorvrvI i name has been filedagainst 1
who spoke on the services of the store. a first come first served CJis.I, am a candidate for the office of you in the above named I' Lcvtsqiie, Plaintiff vs, Loret! \ew Blood Into The Board of County I
i owner C..urt Levesque Defendant
in ,
of Re i"tralion theorthcoming and
his Supervisor cause and you are required I
department renders to physically -' Mrs. Flynn says she hopes the Thomas recommended that these f electionAs I to serve a copy of your answer 1 Case No. ," Commissioners \
handicapped people. The I have been in the public service or pleading to the Complaint \.cI"f'! 1o _.tppcnr.To .
1, new store will be open for business letter be sent off at oor'&!. feel Lorctta whose
several years in the past I on the I'l.iintlff's Attorney, T. Flank : Levesque. r."l-
speaker said that "Vocational rehabilitation -. by the first of the month. The | He added that these loans '. uld :Mint I am fully qualified for this 1 I l.andrum. Starke Florida. and fill deuce is' Taunton State Jlosji tTausitrin I 1 VOTE FORLr' J
is a service to preserve office.If the original in the ..(fi,'" of tlu' MassachusettsYou .
I store is being remodeled at pres not be made to remodel or repair elected I can and will serve you Clerk of the ir"1111& Court on or he- 'I are hettbv notified that a s I
develop. or restore the ability ent. An asphalt tile floor is being to finish i in an effi< lent manner as the law fore the 5th day of Mav. I': ::!. for Divoni ..,01 iai .u't"n\\- .1 i i R. H. ( RUSSELL ) i
or construction homealready
t on u '
of disabled of provides. othl'rwith.. allegations of ld." control! of iii'i'''ii 1 hild! his l I..n !
people employableage !- <
laid. and the walls are being owned by the veteran. I want to thank von for your vote { Complaint will be taktn as wn- "I against \ < .1 i i n (11.I .. ah, ,>\ ., n i .. ,
to work for pay. Services and support", on May 6th \\hich I will I eased by you.
rendered are medical, counselingand :I I,, painted.The The loans are payable on a 20- preatlv appreciate and promise! a 1! This n'.tue shall be ito' Ililtcd .
new store's building wand business and commons ndinini.tration i once each week for four <'ons" ("utiveweeks VOTE FOR I
year basis with interest I[ iGreen
guidance, training and jot and and blue an of bur j of this office ill the Bradford Countv' Tt t.graph. >-
blue walls pink per cent.grants j -W. :M. (Mit< h) Kil. wards! I .
F. C. Freeman)
I (
fluorescent lightning. It will have Dated this 2nd day of Apt il. I P'K': :?
It foot longer FOR C'OI"'I"f.fHI'II..IO'In:
I approximately
Ian ;
Clerk of the Cir<'nit ('Ott! t
selling room than the present store ill"TItU'T TIIIIII: By Myrtle T Deaver, II.'T.! i \I. JR.
j I candidacyfor 1-
I hereby announce mv ', i
I was lower than in any from Distiut ,1 4.4 4t 4 : HODGES
provides. County Commissioner I, .'
month since 1949. South Starke). subject 1 I
Thiee (
The store's building was! MM K I C 01' IN'II'.N: ION 10 FOR: I
I |
In the 1
to the will >f the voter IUr.I"ll:1t: : I'iciiiioi N\MI: -
ATTENTION prevously occupied by a draprrY'I I There are several reasons for Democratic Primal of :!Ila6.' If i :Nitiiis:I hereby given t that the FOR It t
I i the lower number of recipients and j elected. I will render the verY best 1! unders-igmd, under the |pi'>\ lloll of COUNTY
shop. service of which I am capable to C'hapf -'iI.t!, :! Laws i.f FIoi ida,1 JUSTICEOF I
the lower total grants Rev. Sparkr : district and the at large, I
If Yon Have mv county Acts of I 1941 will legist I"r with theClerk
said. One is the broadening ofI! 1'111''utl' and support will be appreciated of t the Circuit Court in andfor H I PEACE COMMISSIONERDistrict I
Assistance I I P.railford: Countv 'tnt'f Florida -
PINE OR CYPRESS i thp Old Age and Survivors In- -J. )L.l"P.ICJF.DIW JPv. upon receipt (If Ir"o( of publication : -H i DISTRICT) { ONEIt -

I Lower In February surance ( Social Security ) program of tins notice, the fictitious : Five I
TIMBER TO SELL which TOR oivir' ( OMMI<<"")'\ lIlt I name of Triangle-R Lum h un'l'''twhiili : will take your vote to ,-- -.
now covers
person 111' I111t'I' 'initir.: v\e are engaged III biisin'*" 4 -
Assistance grants made by the and has increased its payment I heieby announce my candidacy i| at Ht 2. flux 156-A, I. ike PutlerMoKmlev elect me your servant on : rM'
Large or Small Tracts I for Commissioner front Dis- : and I-:\-Plyn I'.rowninc I Invi1r" He will *i\e courteous
i State Department of Public Welfare in many instances Another is in- I Icrtased tiirt County Three (South Staike), subject I 1 Iti 2. n"x6; -.\, Lake Bur.'I..r ? : I May 6 }

to the needy aged blind, and,I other to the LlemoiiatK Primaries In May. Fla senice and impartial
We Buy All payments in pension I If .eleittd I will Mi\e my district : (lal..11 !1111' lilt ,1."r l .\pi; I. .\ |I' YES-I AM:\ A DEMOCRAT:\ consideration
dependent children were lower in I programs. Revisions in the Federal and county to the best of my ability, r'"ij:!. u :0' i 111"] | i'i i: .i.if"|"ii c ""! 11"FI"l"IoI.1 \ I at all

February than in any month since and State Welfare Laws and always keeping the voters' best Interests _'.. Humbly your, Times
PRICES 44t'4
first Your vote and acth'eslIppurt
March 1949 Rev S. E Spark regulations ('oupledith limited. will be greatly appreciated F. C. ( Freeman) hodges < Pd Pol. AdTAK.ES \'. ,

O who is District 5 Board Member, funds also have ought about' Tout fn..nd.It. NOIKT or. "1'1. :.(. I \I. .II.IC..O: \ (IM. 1'01.d,.. >
A. ( Buddy; P-ISHOP -V M"' il I ,1.! i u n i- .ill- il I.> lie
said yesterday. some change licld 'MI I 1st: .tilt 1 ill I i ".iiintv! '. Kloi ida: on I

Write or Call I I In Bradford County. the grant!!! Over the whole state assitanc'grants I I i FOR corvrtDIolRUT' ('(,TIIRKHI 'ltI5sIOIIt :Mtv: .1. I I'1"-:' .it tli. 0111"" 'II' ind .. -

amounted to 3037209. This totalled $3.537.567 in Feb had planned not to ask for this
for 508 office al\"ain. but so many of m'
B.UHOMASLUMBER provided some assistance riiaiy Of that total. $2.2P6.9J7'came ; friends have pievalled on ni">- to run

j : needy aged: 20 needy blind; and 1 from Federal sources, anc1 again to the extent that I cannot

489 dependant children. The $1,210610 from the State's genera1 refuse.I I therefore a candidate ti.

CO. ;i, amounts respectively were $20- revenue fund The total of .!<92persons siiefeed ,mvkelf ai Countv i mumisiomr -
Disfict. Three, ami sin, > >1 lv
PHONE 211-J 497.:50. $787.39. and 908720. who I iecei\ed the grants s..lidt theote and suppoii' of th
said that he had I voters in said distiict FORD WINS AGAIN
Rev Sparks !
P. 0. Bex 735 was 1,181 lower than in Januaryof If re-elected I promise! I 11.I '.in\'

STARKE FLA. received word from Sherwood this year They included 67.S6! I. -.-Ivice.as I have ..n.Ie.I\"I..j i

Smith State Welfare! Dirertoi in aged; 42,792 children in 17,897 i tender in the pastSmceielv. .

p Jacksonville. that the number of families,; and 3.226 blind persons. -1IIAILSON:

The assistance to .
Program helpmeet I., TOR ('C1t'\T\" ( .uIlI..W":1tIII :
minimum living requirements \i'I'1t 11' KI\r.

of the needy is the major I hereby announce mv ,'au.lllla: ,',
for County Commissioner from Ditru ,---
part of the Welfare Department'. I .t Five Ifrooker and :New Kivei i
activity. Rev. subject to the will of the voters in
Sparks said however
I the Democratic Primary of May 6If
that many other services>i are I elected I will devote the necessary :

REASONABLEcharges provided through the department tune of my and district effort to and serve county the to people the fiRST PLACE IN CLASS "A"IN

such as hild welfare services. I best of my ability, pledging courteous -
attended with the finest of adoption studies. service and impartial consideration -
distributIOn offood at all times;. Your vote
sincere serving bring to us the friend- commodities to schools and and support will he deeply allI..iatttd. -
in electing a cracker
ship of the great communities whichwe charitable institutions and other farmer to this important office.
-U. II. (Russell\!) CiUnUN.; :: JR THE 1952
serve. : .._. _., _- .
7>:'" .' >17 -
Political t ?. '. .: :" S .-
FOR ('CH-Vn" (OMMIssIOM'.Il : : i"

1)11 HUT FI\K 1 _____ : ;
Announcements I am a candidate to I'u.d mv 1 ,
,I11 'self as County Commissioner l II is-

DeWITT C. JONES .\ matter in this column is political .-I:,;, rid Precincts}Five of comprising Brooker and the New- Voting I ii.ipromise : J. _

I if elected, to continue\ I, Mobilgas 1 1L
ad\ertNing paid for the
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. by I. vork for the best interest of tli" 'l
candidate undersigned. I I i i District and of the Countv aI i 4 _
I I whole, Your vote and suppmtbe \\

d-spsstsp _--a-p._ rou ( 1.1:111ot.:: 'i"in: ciuiiir i iroi appreciated-M. O. IUHi'1: I I

r Funeral 1 Director Ambulance ServiceOur ) j jt .flfl."lle.-ffl''flt, Is nT herewith" tn.ide I{ .. _
Mill r : I :.im :a .'a"III.latp f or the offii'e FOR CONST,VIII.i: L __C 4j
local funeral home enables nj to offer conveniences and t ti "f I'lerk ,,(. the Circuit Court, in th. uisiiiiCT OM:
t \\I..m''rat.i< PnmarieR" In Slay I hereby announce my ('andllla'fnr v y.
i services not otherwise available. t I Since Jim.. 1140! T have been em-" Constable. District One comprising Economy ___
!.I!I'.Vd ainir School Finance Off Voting Precincts of La wt.\ .
i iI'.r. with the exception of 2i-I 1| :N. Starke and S. Starke 1 fe-i 1 tint;t
SSS4-a-Ss=S rJSSflS4SS.tSSPS Sr4srrsrrflssrssrsr ,
4 my experience in law enfrc.rn.sitveIl _
months '
niilitarv !-.n.i. in \\ urb i j .
qualifies me for Ihh position
We furnish the_ highest type service at lowest prices, and j I War I II offering ]I y"ur'ote and support oil ;Mav. twill
:: an excellent record
accept ANT life insurance policy in force issued by ANY nf capable and efficient performance ,; be appreciated
of -D. B. Dick ) 1 MoM: 45
l company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. As duty your in Clerk this position.the same decree of Run 0 ford's th. C/ou "A"' Winner

Consultation carries ao obligation. efficiency and ability will be pursued L1I1- for 3rd Con..tof/V. r*.ori
j in the administration of the
ee PrSSSSS SSSS Irests DSSS4 .SSSSSeS.SSSS t.ree many varied and complex affair ..f'' --_. _. __ .. -b..2
the office.

I \\ ,,1hI'\ sincerely grateful f..1

CHARLES \ 'ir Note and-\'IIAII.ESP.IY.,npport It" New Ford Mileage Maker SIX Thriftiest in its Field !

Foil < i.KHK: < net-i ir ('CH.ltTl'h' ...

'N i* to announce to the peopl' ..
'f Hi nifiinl Countv. Mv I &'aniliJ.oT ',\ ..
.. ,, ..
HARDY T office ( the Clerk of thi >
'" u I Court I -llf\e tll.it Iht" \

1'.loh.1'h"nl di., at on: that* 'I.f havp ITa.lfor.l had r"-"i im the. i ::... Again this y.ar as in the past: two years Ford waw first in HERE'S THE CERTIFIED (&y) PROOF

uuJh i I'niversitv of Florida .!- .im- ...... .. ". Raw economy over all other cars in its price class in the MobilgajKronomy _ _ _ _
!>'I. i.. take care of the affairs ,>f rhi--I : Run. In this toughest test, a stock model Ford Six equippedwith

,if'ii-H, I" hAll lo..mv I-oe.t to -tai'l)) iII Overdrive (optional at extra cost) averaged 53.855 ton-mile* per
nie .>\'1h..f.r. Mav the Oi', !

for CHARLES A. DARBY .a e a a a S.. gallon! and 25.463 actual miles per gallon. NEW FORD

---. This was a very special triumph for Ford' All-Xrw Mileage Maker
row < oi'NTI" Ji nr.K I lugh-cooipresaion Six. For now with its new design providing 101.

CLERK friend"To the in Ptadford Voters and ount'Iorlda.m>' many. horiepower and free-turning overhead valves Ford u definitely horsepower 1

: I hereby announce that I will, be a pound-for-pound the most economical low-priced car to run! Yen .

1 "log nndidate Democratic for re-election in th. -om I HAS Ford's thrift waa clearly proved by the 1,415-mile grind from Ixw' MILEAGE MAKER SIX
Primary to b. held h in ;
: ; your \t grown
Sun And factor contributing to
in May of 1952, and that tour vote Angeles to Valley. a very important

OF THE and support i... hereby earnPsty tfiIustd value? Has it I this victory is Ford's Automatic Power Pilot which squeezes the last with Overdrive
\ ; that if re-elected" the office outgrown your I
of out of drop
ounce every
will be run fur the interest of the power
Countv. and th. people" of the Coun- I Fire insurance? Let us check I I TON MILES*

*t\'..u as rlt it cted has me in the County pat Judre ears sin('r L! .n.. AAA Cs.euv .uavd t.rPi'.a Sui wsv'ibyi '' ... p5 -'e S3 855 PER GALLON

? CIRCUIT 1'1' tryl- your needs. to Iftlur* *4uectaic. hf oM ...... M ocfc .... r.( ,'i... .( ... OM .
E. K PEr.nnUl:: I ,*..-..,.. pf galh .qvv'It "*. II .br M>.-iMr .' -.... ..."..':lW ":., ron ( OI'%Tnor.F. .... -. II I 2 5 .4 63 PER GALLON

COURTYour T T."am'i"unt The a>.:candidate Citizens of fur Bradford County:, '.'" ......'- I! "Test Drive" the Economy Winner Today!

L .ludee of Iraflford" County in the ,: \
)Pemarratic Primary. 1 hare

served Carin..d.our worked country as In laborer World! War and': Charley E. Johns : '

Vote ,11 two I small am married children.and As the a mount father man of For Economy plus Quality. Choose the 52 Ford !

txho was born and raised on a Florida Agency ,
And Farm, trained In our public I
SupportWill schools and the University of Flori- Phone 15 STARK, FL'E. \.
da. I am familiar with the problem
I of the people As a lawyer I am

Be Sincerely : fully Fleet qualified me and for I the will position hum- ....' .. ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

i lv and gratefully serve you In a ..
flir courteous. Impartial and efficient .
I Appreciated manner I need your vote and -., ....

I (Paid Pol. Adv.) -upport. and Sincerely..will appreciate !it |i iT I,\ presenting. THE TRAVELERS Hartford Madison & Adams Sts. STARKE FLORIDA Phone 118f"

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'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY ADDRESSES her unknown heirs deVbees'j Miry T. Trimm Plaintiff vs. Harold I Complaint will be taken as confessed I .Notice: To Appear.To .
legatees and other Traratn fenaant !I
I by you. : Franci.-. Howell wh "
her. Case No. J052: : This notice shall be
I OF INTEREST You will take notice that Sallie >""I'f' T. lppear I j published dt-nce and address is; Unknown
once each week for four consecutiveweeks You notified that
are hereby
M. P. B. Hall Hall. I To
Hall Angus : liiroU Tramm whose resi .
In the Bradford
County Teie- suit! for Divorce has been : *
Cecile Hall Walker. and Audrey dence is. Unknown |
Sgt Donald Hardenbrook, US- Hall Geiger, owners of the fee simple You are hereby notified that a graph. against you in the above nai. \JlJat..d
this 9th day of April 195:!!. Court and and
taust you are
By Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA title to the property hereinafter suit far Divorce
26th been filedagainst I
Hdq. AAA
Btry. set out in this Notice as the sole : you in the above named ]I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, quired to serve a copy of your i

AW care PM, APO 2-1. Bn. (SP) heirs at law of B. E. Hall. deceased, Court and cause and I ClerK of the Circuit Courtly swer or pleading to the compla
you are required I Marian L. Crosby: Deputy Clerk on the Plaintiff Attorney II I
filed their sworn Bill of Complaint
have: I I
San Francisco. Calif. of to serve a CODV of your answer 4, II 4t 5, Frank Landrum Starke Kim "'
and each
against ,
Mrs. Gladys Nesbit of Linbrook you you or pleadings to the complaint .
and file the original In the ofthe
Cpl. Leon W. Carter-53003202 wherein they are hereby seeking to the I
gifrqesstfoftrPONCA.NEBR N. Y. from until''Thursday \ described on I'I.1intitC'iltornp)'. Joseph -OTICn TO APPKUl Clerk of the Circuit Court "I p
Lura spent Tuesday their title to the following -
70th Engr. Bn., Co. A, APO 541, I quiet property In Bradford County | K Skipper.! :2 1 Graham Building. In flrrnlt {'..srt Bradford (".a.tT.1 before the 12th day of Mas :.
of last week her Jacksonville( :2. Florida and file the .. .'
visiting Florida: In Chanrrry.Ueba otherwise the" allegation .t PM N. Y. N. Y. Florida to-wit:
: care in
original the office
of the Clerkof
U A1thou l'lailltitt.5.. Complaint\; will be taken as c uf>
father, Albert F. Brown. The South half of the South
I Pfc. Elvin D. Casey, Co. H. I west Quarter. Section 25, Township the Circuit Court on or before William W. Althouse Defendant \I ed by you. .
Wherein the swiftly flying: days Charley Johns your Senator. How : Mrs. Loca Whitten and sister Seven (7) Range Twenty- j the 5th day of \1.1r. 1352.: ; ; otherwise Case No. SOT: This notice shall be pUIIn .-
102nd Inf., 43rd Div., APO 112 the allegations of ..
I said Complaint
also N trr Topprar.. once each week for four con' II'
to have him represent Miss Dora Johnson of Lake But One (%1) East and begin- i
do not seem quite long enough forth lucky you are care PM: N. Y., N. Y. ning at the South West corner will be taken as confessed' ToAViUiam! W Althou'f. whose I weeks in the ITadford Count r.'
folks. There is nc ler visiting relatives in Law- by you. residence and address Toint I graph.
things I'haveto you good were of the Northeast Quarter of the is
many delightful (I Mrs. C. N. Christy 103; Azalj This notice\ shall be publishedonce .Pleasant Pennbylvania. I Pat.d thi !th .lav' of _\i|
of Section 'c.
Southwest Quarter
do, along with my duites. finer man than Charley. I do hope tey last Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Road, Augusta Ga. twenty-five (23); Township each week for four consecutive I You are hereby notified that a suit OFFICIU. ST.:"\I. A I TClerk '

some day you run him for Gover. ] G. W. Roberts spent the Seven (7) Range Twenty-One .weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I for Divorce care custody and control I of the. t'n u". .. ..
H. G. Davis Jr., 929 Hawthorne, North I graph. of minor child has been filed H% Mn 1 : < I r I- C. <,-\ ; Pupil"I
East running
So long ago it seems a dream; nor. He is honest and fearless and weekend with relatives in Deland. Tallahassee Fla. hundred In) ((100) yard, Thence one I Dated this :Slat rti\: of March 1J32 against you in the above Named 4 11 41

Two fragile hands, fleshless intelligent-a man you can be : Billie Anders returned home last one hundred ninety (110)! ) [ (01'l'II.'r.nI..) A. J Thomas. Court and cause:!; : and you are required _ _ _ _
I Clerk
N. Sternberg. 331 S. AtlanticAve. yard, Thence South one hun. of the Circuit Court. to serve a copy: of your answer
.blue\'eined. proud of in Florida. Nice letter Sunday afternoon after a visit of dred (100) yard Thence Westone I By M.vr'I: T. Dearer Deputy Clerk or pleading to the oomplaintn
Daily I watched and daUy from dear Mrs. Wm. Mahler. She I II several days with his brother Daytona Beach I hundred ninety (130) yardsto 4/4 4t 4,':?:. the riaintiffs Attorney. Joseph WATER WELL
K. .
I Grannville W. Jones 625 E a place of beginning also beginning Skipper :221 Graham UuildineJacksonville. .
feignedNot I always translates my German i James and wife in Palatka. I I at the Southeast corner -I Florida and file the !
University Ave, Gainesville Fla :NOIICK TO .II'PKIK
original In the off< E' of the Clerk of ,
what they plainly letters for She writes and Mrs. H. H. Harper and daugh. of the Northwest Quarterof 1. Circuit '
seeing me. Pearl Conway. 4603 Ulmer Ave., I the Southwest Quarter Section | ( uurj' Hmilforil County ., the Court on or before' the !ahiegaDRILLING I I
told- speaks both German and English. ter, Kathleen of Daytona visited twenty-fue (25):!:i Township Florida; In ( hanrerjr. of May 195;;:; otherwise the
| Jacksonville, Fla.NOTICI l'.1trlcl3."t'nzt'l., I'Ulntiff. vs George tions of said Complaint! w ill be taken '
That Mother's hands were growing Such a dear couple. God bless her mother Mrs. J.V.. Schultz I Seven(21) East(j) Range running Twenty-One North one i J. L. Wenzel. Defendant.Case ; as confessed by you. I i
I 9O5eIe. : I 50c PER FOOT
No. This shall "f' ut lNhed
old.Today them. I hear beautiful Margarette from Tuesday to Thursday of last hundred (100) yards thence '\ T. .\PP"IUI nee eath noti'-o week foi four ... | > I WATER
West sixty-five (65) yards.
there's that which does Wilkinson married. She is the week. i thence Scuth one hundred yards To: George J. L. Wenz.1, whose i week in the Pradford .n".l.uti\.1 .
: ; TO APPEAR residence IS l'nknown. I graph. (.t..\R.\'TEt'I)
not seem; I daughter of Arthur and Susie I Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright. In flrrult Court. Bradford (...tT. lAd) Thence East Sixty-five of I. You are hereby notified that a snit I I Dated thiv Sth day of April. 1S5I:;
(65) yards place beginning
to a -
Two fragile hands so near akin Wilkinson. All their children were of Fort Lauderdale were weekend | Florida In Chanrrry.James for Pivor.v and care custody and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
:Monroe oKlas: Plaintiff. vsKlhtl control of minor children has been" 'I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
To those I watched time worn beautiful and good students when guests of relatives in the Lawteyand ( race Hal)' ouirlas! efnd- Containing les*. 85: acres more or filed against you in the above nam- ,j I'.y M.iu.in L. Crosby, Deputy rierk

and thin; II they went to school to me. I loved Heilbronn areas. ;., ant. Cas-e :No.'; 9068otlrr And in the P IH of Complaint. it isalleged 1'1l1ir..d led Court and cause and of you are re- 4:11 4t :;, : John Magyari Jr.
> To Apiirnr.To residence to serve a copy your answer ,
They tell me what such hands them so.HELPFUL. Mrs. Jewell Roberts accompanied I II : Kthel Crai; I'aty Douglas and address that your are name unknown., and or pleading to the complaint ..NOTICI 10 APPIK Kt. 2. no\. 51'v' Starkc

can say, I I Mrs. Charlotte Weaver of Gainesville i whos-e roUlrncf and ad HINTS: Warm furniture i, known. in the State of Florida the d..n..I.J"n: Building. DaylonaJ1t'a..h. Clfiriiln: In {'''an..ry.
That youth's too lovely. long tc I on a shopping trip to JackSsonville : You are hereby notified that a service of upon whom I Florida: and file the originalin William T II.." .-Il.: riainMf': \ I
polish by standing it in hot for Divorce has been filed proce the office of the Clerk of the ', ,
I 1 last week. putt would. personally bind Fl.i ; H v -1!. I p.r. .1 I. '
of you
stay. I Thursday ,,
npaln you in the above named Circuit Court on or before the 5.h C.f' ;\ '
water a few minutes before usingIt y.U are, therefore notified to file
These aging hands today are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey of ,,Court and cause and you are required your written appearance at the office d.y of May 19:':!; otherwise th.-
I does a better job. Put a pinchof to serve a copy of your answeror of the Clerk of the Circuit allegations of said Complaint \\ ,; Let Us Thoroughly
mine! Jacksonville
Sunday guests
were pleading to the complaint on the be taken as confessed by you
Court of lYadford Counl Florida
I watch them but dare not, baking powder in your of the Fred Moore family. ;. I'Uintiffs Attorney, T. Frank Friday. May 23, 1952:; and you are This notice, shall be pul>li-h>.d

gravy or any fowl gravy and the tandrum tarke. Florida and file thereafter required to serve a copy once ea h week for four consecut: Wash Your Clothes
I and children
repine. Mrs.. R. W. Mosley Jr. ,, tbe original in the office of the of your answer or other defenses on weeks in the Bradford County 1'.1.-
will not to the I
-Alma Ellis Hoernecke grease come top spent the weekend with relatives -:: Plerk ..f the Circuit Court nn or..t ,'rllggl. Carmichael Hate and graph.
i and separate. Use old coat hangers i I.efonth..- 1lth! daY c.f MaI1!95: *: I lLo\\rj whose address is Florida Piled this 1st day of April. 1 1''I-,.' llyoeI'clll 9 Poundj

in Orlando. I 1 ..thI-rwlsa th. allegation-: saidr.impliiint !! Hank; 1'uildintr. (Gainesville\ Florida, (OFFICIAL !H .\J.) A J Thor, i-, !
Useful hands that do the work to make a trellis for your vine. Clerk of the Circuit Court'
Mae Wells and son, Ernest \< ilbe\ taken as con- I attorney for Plaintiffs, a. pro'idIl'.l -
Irs. For 40c !
of the world show age before the Pull into squares and attach the fi. ..--d bj- > l.u. I by law, and to Immediately\ file Bv. Myrtle. T D.y..r. Pentltv Cb" I k" ,
spent the weekend with the Jack This notice shall t.e published .. original of said answer or other 4.4 4t 4 r

face. As I look at my hands, I can I top hook to post or wall stick Bales family in Oilando. onre each week for four consecutive defences with the Clerk of the Ciri FREE Bleach If Desired!

see my Mother's hands as I first' other end in the ground. Run cake'sugar weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -I. i... Court in and for P.radford :\nricr. TO _%PI" : \It I STOMACH ULCERS
Guests in the A. M. Blanchard County, Florida. Avr. SUukt
In Circuit Cnnrt. llraillont ('uunl,. Temple,
her. There were six children thru the food chopper.It : 5th .f 1J32OFFICIAL : STOPS AID
recall the weekend included IViti-il this 1t day < April, Herein fail not. or a Decree Pro I'liirlilni In ('hnneerr.'altrr .
of and altho we all did some : is and home during ( SEAL) A J Thomas Oonft-sf.1. will be entered against: you \% rzip-h., PUmtiff. vs I.ncx' PAINS: conuoli:
us, cloudy chilly. Digger Blauchard and Clerk of flit L sri ind IfCreac.
I Miss Arthurine the Circuit Court. for failure to your appearanceor Uzi.'h.: Defendant 9NYe
work. there was still the many T. Dea\er Penn'y Clerk fur failure to serve a of I ins c --a No
likes to sleep. I love my dog. If I of Jacksonville fiy Myrtle copy Cu -e :No; '0.7.
Nell Housley
Mrs. I 1 4 IS 4t 5,9 your answer other defenses to thePlaintiffs' fa.sc WI, r 11J.
NowI T. lnl
household. etlrg \
cares of a large ever live on the first floor I in. and Mr. and Mrs J. B. Dye of Fort Hill of Complaint. and timmediately <> I.ilfV l'oear.To I'ricli who-- resid. nand I SAFl I'OID re Will

can recall vividly my Indiana tend to have two dogs. Whoopee! I i ,ulln: in \IMT.UI thereafter file your original addre I,,: I.ukoi.in Yugo-l ti., Lno"DI
Lauderdale. T'<' T>..nal \Vh\t" MiuiisimI11 copy of your answer or dffflles Dry Your Clothes
home and the happy carefree daysof I It is Easter and here is a poem: I Mrs. H. C. Kelly. Miss Dorothy ; :! !* O'Karrfll\ Street with the CIo'rk of the 'ir- VMV..u ai* h-'.eby nOtified that a

childhood when Mama put the love by John Luckey McCreery.There 1 Sin Francis>, California. i uit 'ourt in and for Bradford !suit for Divorce; has been fil-d
For 20c
and baskets I I Swambom and MrsJoyce !'utch.togethel' I YMU are herfliv notified. that there County Florida lagaln"t y.,u in the above n.i"-'t
colored eggs in our nests with Bentnn and Miss hi' !h..n filed aeI in.t ''11 lv' Marion The Ifradford Countv Telegraph.a Court and cause and you are r.quired ." On Sale \t In New \uttlmati.. Orten :
at Easter time. What a thrill i is no death! The stars gc : : rvnz Morrison in the Circuit I newspaper of general circulation. to serve a copy of your answer
I down j Mary Julia Futch, attended the Cnurt. ISranford Coiintv Florida. In J I in Rradford County Florida. is or plead-ng; to the comnlaint "'
to find them in the morning. Mama ,I Association : Chain'(',,'. her Complaint and the hereby designated a* the newspaper the Plaintiffs Attorney, Hon n'

had colored them herself-when. I To rise upon a fairer shore Florida Education '!relief prava-.1 for therein l- a nit ion i- in which this notice will he published Frank Landrum Starke, Florida ni, .1 I Koch Drug Store
| which convened in Miami Thurs- t > '''. t nstodv of children) and confirmation I once each week for four "onVITNK8S file the original in the nffire of 1 ih<
haven't the slightest idea. Easter|I And bright in heaven's jewel last of propprtv e-lft a "" ,'IIIIVl< w" k... Clerk' of th> t Cir.'int, Court on i>r I.. The \Yasheteria"I1arh
all to church. We crown day. Friday, and Saturday of This I" tiaar.f.ra', t" <...mmandvou \ roy hand and seal of fore the l-'th iLty oi Mv. 1": ". '
takes .
always I week. to file \onr written appearance: tin- said enurt'this 1'Uh day of otherwise the all.! 'Ii'f -i.d ( Fla.
put on our new clothes in honor of: They hme forever more. 1'ill said Cause on or bafrathe 19th! April. A.D, l:>52.:! I 1'TtlI.hint111 I lJ' 'niu I as "11'

that occasion. It is a happy time! There is no death! The dust we Mrs. W. Walters !spent from day of "Ia11! ;;:! and thereafter. (OFFICIAL SEAT.i A. J. Thomas feed by you _
until Saturday of last within :20 da) ". thereof you shalla.rvp \ Clerk of Said Cm ml Court I This flItU'e shill tie 'p'ihhih"i1on
the dead tread Tuesday! J1\- Myrtle T. Oeaver. Deputy Clerk _...._ _
for Jesus! has risen from a copof vour defenses if ,-" ea"h week, f>r four Con5Ccuuticweeks : : u _
life. Shall change beneath the summer week visiting relatives in variour ..,"'. upon, P Ti. friilRXf, Box )!li. i;, rIlKt*. 'armicliael. Hates and I in the BI'lM.'d CountY Tel.-
and assured us of a future ,...tv Atti.rnev t for the Plaintiffs i
) Florida. for ry
I This morning I feel more than at showersTo parts of South Florida.Mr. .Ih.. Plaintiff and immediately' filelb. I P o a. I l\: 1'tT! i .a IIH.-n ill.-I Florida I P.itd; this (4th day of April. !1'-'.-' t TRANSFER AND
I mellow fruit and Mrs. A. A. Cook and ,I .- original of said defenses in mv 4 'IS 4t ::; 9I I I (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J ThomnI ALVAREZ & SON STORAGE; CO.
that golden __ .
any other moment great grain or in I office. Upon failure to do s>o, a deerec I I (i">i I-riv i.' 01.tf 'erie\. t""p ii .-.in.h i *C.-"m i .
thought.The I Or rainbow-tmled flowers son, ('haIles'isitl'1l relatives : pro confeso wilt be entered '(JIlt I: OP. wa.lH'\'IIn'i poit ltv Mar'in L Cr.. hy. p. i>,utv. ''I.| .rk

I Georgia and Louisiana during the ;. .tin"t you.I I i \ \ 111:1:11: i ill i 4. 11 11oTlrr. &
old Missouri River is ou a The granite rocks disorganize ,, I Yt"itnes" HIV hand ami Iho sen! of I ..n>e ISiIln.. 'vNOTICK ;= .
weekend.Mr. i :, ; ; : ; IS IIKKKBY (5IVKV.; that : -
: To feed the hungry moss they our chi'Mt Ci.iirt this l"p day of .
rampage. It does not affect us as I and Mrs. L. H. Futch were April nr.2'iiFFU'l :;:!. John Tuplin the holder of the followIIIK '\ To>> APPHMlIn e \Ve ()1M"raIP| local
too far and a mountainous bear; I.\ I. Si:.M.l( .\. .T Thomas I. i">-i'titicates ha- (,I..d said C.T-I I Circuit Court Ilradford County.In ? R. S. AL'IAREZ 1'SONtTCPIIE.FIA.
we are business! visitors to Lakeland last cj.il. of the Cin" 'MI' "c.int. Hrad- tifia'at.for, a tax d.-ed to be isupdIh 1'1".101.. ('hllni'pry. av.. I &: long dl" Unce
The forest leaves drink daily .
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hill is between us an the river. We t I'"n,\ Violent il' r i.n. Th,' .ertifiiatiniliuliers Alex': Reli Plaintiff vs. Ella I1-:. II.1 0) MOVING an "ht'rflln L S
the of the hill in I lifeFrom Thursday.Mrs. I \ :\l\rtle i T I l" '.ivi, I '. |".I\.I'I..rk. and yea rof issuance the d<--<'iiption Defendant. Case :No.; '",,'74 toCM. O.,4.4
to ,
drove top
over out the viewless air. A. H. Harley is spendingsome :S. i. :Siiuep-. : P n rtoi!97 of the ,property and the names i{ >,,(h'.. T.. .\ppear 5qJ
the State Park. We .look<\l downon Mis. i.;.I,nut'M ill?. FloridaMi..in. Ill Which It was assessed Sr.a' To Ella Pell, vvliose rf:-tdt lH""' IRueboro I- i
flood tide rolling I And ever near us, though unseen time with her daughter. ..v f..r I'l.-iii.nff 4 I nd v )II4W e :t.I- EELLENTSTOIMOK:

the great Nelson Blocker, and family at Certificate No "7. Year of ISNU- di,'"', I'I;.-ui.- ll I 1 fl. \Ml.'iv, Ij.-.I...! ,,. .;:
across the fertile farming land. i in: 'io trri\it ame. May ;li t. ISortDescription ; Ueorgia

I The dear immortal spirits tread; Atlantic Beach The Blockers: areannouncing In I I mm Court, D ra,ii r..rI County. of Property: S':. of Y'HI j'* h"etnotified! tto.' 'I :
Many towns and cities are flood ,.. :NW'; of SK'4 of :XK14'; 'Se.'tion 4. .. .
the birth of a baby son l'l..rld I.i ( "n. qr'. suit fir D'r. lit- l h..n fI,. 'I
ed along the river and looking for For all the boundless universe .\..-.-,..l1in.1.lah..n.:: : Plaintiff vs.I. Township South: Range ::2: Kast. against via in the above natn. d I. VlLniESee >
Jacksonville.Mr. 'tI
'I Is Life-There is no dead.I in St. Lukes hospital I',.!.-r M.ihon.. Pif. nda nt. (containing 5 acre more or less C.turt j't'l iau*'' and you are required -
more. Case :No.'; !\093 :Name'; in which assessed Lydia .
Smart form- a. serve a of .IMswer -
: and Mrs. Ralph I ) copy your
I have failed to get my back Nolle* T.. tpnenr.To Collins. '! or n1a4"r> < he coon I > :\gents; I. or
I I I So many dear ones to read this erly of Lawtey but now residing in : Peter M.i'hon. whose residence I (If more than one certificate, f..lI..w I the Plaintiffs \ttorney ""II T
bedroom painted this week. Had II i i-- Unknown.Y I i above order for each additional : ,, DELC'JlEH ,
and address ..
I I i and I am thinking of you all every Jacksonville are announcing the Frank Land rum Starke. Floi>il! i oil
too funerals. However I do. I air ht'r..hnotlnl'd that a | certificate.) i iI file tl,.- origin 'I i th' .'fft" .1'! BROS. !%n.ff.iM us first'EE'S
many i where and sending love. Flori- : All of said propertv 'being in the
I my birth of a baby daughter. -int for Pivoroe has been filed I C-rU! .,f 'ii"I( ,,' -
have in a sunbean yellow for i i '. named ,'Coiintv' of Pradfurd. SI:.I.- of Klond.i !' .
paint da, Indiana Wyoming. Nevada announce etiutou in t ii.ahove- forM f. > .'- ::1.1. 1 i. : M n '
Mr and Mis. Floyd Fugate I I I'nless smh certificate -
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Court and Volt -
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the walls. I have ordered bleached I n"i!I "A : a'.I-! i; l'J..r -i I II
Calif. Penna. and the world is sc j eaten shall l hE' redeemed according .
daughter -
i of baby of
the biith a ed I t.> epva copy your answer
ruffle and to law the property described in .... .. .
dust cur
muslin for the comnlalnt -
<"ii1inr t.th' ontho
I full of love and "r pl
beautyfor St.
gladness. 12th in '1111I I Il
Mary Lee. on April J. i sii.hrtifirate or certificates \\ --

tains. I have the sunporch clean all of you and me. I Lukes Hospital. Mrs. Fugate and Thomas! riaintiff.Attorney.Ir P < a I Drawer. A. 941:I. l be,,, .o,|l'I| to the highest bidder at the DRIVE
'" int' houie door on the ffr-t M I"n- I
I made more rags to have a :StarkFI.'rida.. lind file the original -
now. made the God Bless you all. baby came home Friday of last I in th. offii-i- of the Clerk of the 1 day III month of June. rrh:? ,. his : PHONE 218 S THEATREI E
couple more rugs for .
LOVE-LURA week I Cm; mt Court on 01 before the lth'Tl.ix IN
I Ih. 2 dav of June Il"i2Dated ;:
sunporch. I nf Mav l'i"! .:2? : ntherivise the > '
this 15:; dav of April, I" :;.
alletration'-) ; said Complaint will betaken : COLONIAL ..
Clay Hill! and Fla; So many nice I i iiOFKH'IXI.1 \ SKXI.) .\ J. Th'.nn' .
I M. Sgt. J. D. Smith confessed by you Clerk of Circuit Court ..f ISrailt: 'I ,
letters. I wrote to Lela Mae Carter. This flatlee shall he publishedi ( Count. Florida. i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Information and Education s>cctlon. each week for four consecutive I

Had not heard from her for some Is Honor Graduate I i weeks in the Pradford County Tele. 4 I 41 :. .1MHUI i FLORISTF"OWERS ...... .... .. .. .. ...
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time. Such a nice letter from my gr"nh
!I Sgt. Smith. an Army veteran: Pated tin- Ifith dar of April, 11! ">'- : : op \rpiiinonut I
good friend Daisy Lang with whomI II j M. Sgt. Jackson D. Smith of serice.I (OFFIC1AT. JJ..) A. J. Thomas i I T\\ IMII: : { : Kid.. S.\T. MAY :2, :'I
lived I did enjoy with 18 years I Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 U..u"to HIM 'l.. isit-i ii >p
so many years. Stark of honor
was one three is first sergeant of the U. S. Aimy fly "".'1'11. T. Dearer, Demitv Clerk i XOTICR:'; is HIRIRY: C.IVKX. that i >
the pictures of the new church at 'I' 4lq 4tOl'II :r.; '!> Adolph <>ay the holder of the follow > "THE BIG TREES"Kirk
graduates of a 40-hour discussion Stewart.He .
i Hospital at Camp i IIIB certificates has filed said .
Rev. Strick certificates -
Highland and seeing FOP. ALL OCCASION
i] leaders course conducted at Camp is married to the former Mi, '\ : 10 .trriMit I' for a tax deed to be issued'thereon .
land and Carson Griffis picture. I The certificate numbersi
'.. : )Douglas.) Eva :Miller Patrice Wymore
In Clretilt llrnilford ( '
Wonderful letter from Ted and Stewart Ga. recently by the Troop Julia Tison 01 Statkf. ,, Court .IIII'r."I..rld i I' and years of issuance the descnpItiou ; -
: In ChnnrerT.
of the property and the name- : IN TKCHNIC'OLOKsrx. () ()
I... \. "I"nra. Plaintiff., v. TlllieS 1 in which it was assessed are a-

('a'e No 904I Certificate, :; SI. Year of Issuiance Ci) : ., :MON.. Ti'LS. :MAY I. ;3, 6
I Not lee Topnenr.. I May :31. 1950. |I
I 1 To Tlllie I'gnra. whose .re1--! Description of Property N% of
fl.n. taii'l addir,. i1J01; E llth Lots :r.; & 4 of Clk :.1 i Gaskins AtM Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick"Ian
Model 14-P
MAGIC CHEF I :-1. "1'iifblo, Colorado. j ti> Town of Starke. Section 29'1 i I DISH GARDENS
You are hereby notified that a Township 6 South. Range :8! East I

: .,nit for Divorce has been filed !I, :Name in which assessed; L'n- POTTERY \ oung. Dinah Short1. :%dele JergenIN -.. 4
,I :against you In the above named Known. ..Cdiut and cause and you are re- I ( If m.-re than one certificate follow I TKCHMCOLOItWKD. (
': (iui'-d to serve a copy of your an- above order for each additional\ POrTED PLANTSFLOWERS 4

| wer or pleading to the complaint certificate) -I

44 !ion the Plaintiff': Attorney T. Frank ::. All of said property being In the .. Tiitu. :MAY :, s
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i l..indrmn, Starke }Florida and file County of Rradford. State of Florida WIRED
GAS I. I ih.. oiiein.il in the office of the I Unless such certificate or certificate ,-
> ...4 I i ( It 'k <.f the Circuit Court on or he- I shall be redeemed according ANYWHERENOILI "CAUSE FOR ALARM"Harrv :

> ALL .i PI.I.I th.. l'!.th day of May 195 i to law the property described '1-1: ...
Range I.,' h..rwithE' allegationof Bald sushi .'ertifi.'ate or certifu ;ares u ,ii 11be :it Starke
> FOR 167.50 !. { '1111,1:1]:lilt will bE' taken as con- sold t.. th- highest bidder' at tli. sullh an Hruct ( 'owhnv I :. Murualo: (iillmon 4

f. t.-..,l by >'..u court h'JU"e.nr on the fir-t I..r 4
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j. :- I Payment .44 1 1'.di'.1 thiliith day of .April 1952.OFFICIAL ;; Ciiuntv, Florida I
100 LBS.Pyrofax. ( SEAL) A J. Thomas. i 4 lit' 1 .>
4 Clerk of the Circuit Court

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and the unknown heirs
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''anTund..r Sarah J. Temple if de- ,
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: .heirs. dexiseefe, legatees or othel'ilaimants
I i Court and cause" wherein plaintiff
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I against his unknown heirs devisee.
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II I him A Hall, also known as Angii'1 1 weekly issues i

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I t'knrwn h.-ir' devisees, legatee 01I !. seal at Starke. Florida. this April '
I I I olh..r claimants under him; Avii I ifi it-i! ? I
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f Magic Chef Specials i*.n-t and cause and you are re-

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and vicinity one of the most and file' the original the office of ,
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').. r Keystone Heights Mrs M S Hayes returned to her 'VYYYY Y TYYYY YTYYY YTYYYYY1 I Brooker. Pine Level and Heilbronn Colo.

iA'HBmn 3s :uorn/-i 0' t Baptist ChurchThe homo m Gainesville Wedne.-dal'. i Hampton friends extend sytnpathy i Archie Eiland and Don M V: .

1 From Frida> until Sunday Mr HAMPTONBy to the bereaved family of! hone are home "vacationing', .i"
BONNER J and Mrs. Enoch Stafford visited Martin I Hersey. Siof Theressa.1Mr I
BY third annual Homecoming : being on Merchant Marine 1.\
7 # vill be held at the Church SundayApril :Mr. and Mr*.. Roy Thornton Mr Mrs )1, ('. SweeneyMivionary Hersey passed away in a, On Monday, Mr. and Mrs. I. .
)- and Mrs. '
27. A good program is being Revis Young and Mrs l.................uVw Jacksonville hospital on Monday' EUand and Mr. and Mrs. Au,

r arranged with guest:: speakers, Virtie Thornton in Jacksonville, I I! April 14, after a brief illness :< Eiland left for a sight-seeiuu \ ._

the Cross ? : including Rev John W. Pearce of Mr. and Mr. Seabie Rucker of Society j i i I Frank and Dorothy Williams of' to Key west
Must Bear Alone Jacksonville Sixteen Baptist W. M. '
Jesus Starke.A were visitors of Mr U. :jDunnellon, formerly of Hampton,! Mrs. Walter Meyers, of J.t.;K'
I and Mrs. women met at the home of Mrs. J
chronological outline of the J. M. Bradley Saturday ,: announce the birth of a son, Daniel]] vile spent last week here with i
A / that/ older than the United StatesA.1 : and W. Horne, Thursday '
is evening
hymn record of important events of the Sunday.W Lafayette: on Monday, April 11. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Bum

seven years before he could raise enough money to j Church since its organization in % S. Brannen of Lake Butlerwas April 17. "Hawaii" was the topic,.The proud grandparents are Mrs.'! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of I-
of the I
Must Jesus bear the cross alone, build a chapel for his congregation. And so. "Must 1919 will be given, telling an interesting the supper guest of :Mr. and mission study led by Mrs. [ Ida Williams and )lr. and bits Lauderdale and Mr. and Mr' i ; -
And all the world go free? Jesus Bear the Cross Alone" made its debut in a ', story of growth and ex Mrs: Dave Thornton Tuesday Frank Thomas. Members votedto I D. W. Johnson. I McIntosh of Cocoa wereeeX;
No. there's a cross for ev'ry one. barn in England and it is sung today in the finest I Dr. and Mrs. begin two circ'es-one day i II visitors here.
mahogany-walled chapels ef the world. pansion. H. J. Kucera and Mr and Mrs Robert C. Barks-:'
for me.
And there's a cross */ time and one
._ rd's original lines "ShallShnTn" has been arrangedfor Patsy and Brian Kucera meeting.: dale and children of I I Dr. A. Paul Daugherty of .1 ,
*_ fa- J;'::';',;(> Thomas ?.bepl1 began Special music were Mr*. Don Johnson !I Starke were
When grandfat_ er hitched his team to ; bear"the Cross alone. And other Saints bj the day. Dinner will be served guestof Mr. and Mrs. Guy and Mrs Frank,I Easter Sunday dinner guests of sonville waa a Hampton M i '
your great- free? ." but as John Wesley would have put it, ; Saunders Thomas will be hostesses for May
in Lantana Tuesday of last week.
road on the ground, at noon. Come I from Mrs. Barksdale's Mr.
the surrey and ground over the backYioo.d s to "hymn tinkerers" have made minor changes to give: Friday Hampton Club Hot I parents and
until Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hill and N''
and friends and help I Mrs.! J. W. HOrne Mrs.
of his bring your is
the meeting house that was one us the present day wordage. But basically, the I The Hampton Home Demonstration
When his father's father swung his musket verses remain as Shepherd wrote them two and a us make this a day to be rtmem-I and Mrs. J. G. Godwin had spending several days this week I. V. lIipe of Pomona Park wr
over his shoulder and walked thn,'Ig the thicket half centuries ago. The tune to which the word I bered. as their overnight guests Mr. and Club was host to other County with relatives in ReevesrtUe, S. C. weekend visitors at the ham >
to the brush arbor before the Colonies became a are sung today, however is comparatively modern I Mrs. Director I Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair of Lakeland. cliAs on Tuesday at the Community I, D. E. 11111.I .
Gant Young Peoples
nation, he, too was singing those words. American Composer George N. Allen wrote the mu- I' Mrs C Hubbard Hall. A covered dish H. V. Saxon and Virgil Green of 1 Mrs. Lonuie Melton is a
That old hymn was a favorite in England before sc: about the time Abraham Lincoln was riding !the announces there were 21 boys who had Davis of Miami luncheon was served at high noonto : Pompano have been recent guestsfo this pi'
been in week in Alachua Ccu;
John Wesley was old enough to even think about circuits of Illinois I and girls present", last Thursday, I Jacksonville a!s a from :Mr. and Mrs B. V. Saxon.
organizing his Methodist Church. In fact. Wesley So this old hymn is to church singing what April 17, for the organizational delegate to the Woman s Club guests Lawtey. Starke, Easter guests were Mr and Mrs Hospital where -he uudcr \e'i .

hadn't been born when the Rev. Thomas Shepherd, sterling is to silver. It just never gets old. Your j Band and Convention ",\ ,.tithe ..n n T'liiu' .
meeting of the Sunbeam oii. h"I' hi i d!t i- tIP :r :-z'''I.I\: \ i.sitnrMrs S (1 r) 'umark and family ot
of the Church of England wrote the hymn in 1693. great-great-grandfather sang it with a musket at his Theseare hi other ,rd: -.st't" ,II,, ))1A /H, 1 ,, KM.. 1\\\I- \\ :>li h. .i ju.:, '. : ,
Shepherd wrote it. as was the custom for use at side and quite likely, your: great-great-grandchil : the Jr. Girl's Auxiliary. and x I H'n.i r i h't r .n (;irn St.likeRirhar.l

the conclusion of one of his sermons. But the following dren will be singing "Must Jesus Bear the Cross ,' auxiliaries of the W. M. S Mi !i. A shepiifi.i. '1'1'-, 'J M'' A' (I'V,.11' cud, he> < ni, i k M.iv '".. t:>. Adding Machines and r<>rtaW*'
year the Rev. Shepherd went over to the Alone" when they take a week-end cruise to the The Leola Brothers circle fosters d)+ aid !I-- 11:1.: ? n ,VKMt d.' ,' ,.',, I..K. Bn .
'I' Vmv: At i F in '-nved heir* S.r Typewriters old on time -Bra
non-conformists where he preached in a barn for moon. the Sunbeams and the Horton code dimi! 's Dit.. !fhi. ,i 10': .
\jJ.cta trout Camii L-we'\' I It'fI+ -i ford vouiity Telegraph.

Must Jesus bear the cross alone, Upon the crystal pavement, down i the G. A.'s. I u.
And all the world go free? At Jesus' pierced feet. : The Counselors )Irs. C. T

No, there's o cross for every one, Joyful I'll cast my golden crown I Parker, Mrs. Anna Howerton Mrs.

And there's o cross for me. And His dear name repeat. Bud Anthony and Mrs F.' D. ... -- = = ;; .
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0 precious cross! 0 glorious cross! Gant are planning diligently for -
The consecrated cross I'll bear
free 0 resurrection day! I these meetings each mouth and TAR
Till death shall set me L I IN G
And then go home my crown to wear, Ye angels, from the oars come down; will need and appreciate the ,up- Quantify

For there's a crown for me. And bear my saul! owaDlitrlbutfd > port and cooperation ot every

parent and member of the Chun-h

Watch for the announcement-

lUll the next meeting date, ami bt

site to send or bring yum l1ld! U GROCER & MARKET 0 Rights

Transportation will be ILL! n:: 'Ii, ':

r i or those who, need it. i it 1.1. ;. )u I!
I a !wIK
>e waiting at the school e 1\ :1 .1"

I.o 'millchool is out Suiib", t...' Reserved

by: Illustrated Features!. ,Synuicite._Birmingham.! Ala. boys and girls I i. 4 tai :' I L: Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Starke Fla.,

'iiIs; Auxiliary, 9 to n These Prices
Quarterly ConferenceHeld Good Fri. and Sat., April 25, 26

By Methodists Presbyterian ChurchSunday ,:: ,J *--, ---tt"----. n -l1'N'" '_ _ ; _......tu.:"'_.' "" .
School at 9:45 -
Monday Night LB.
Friendship Class 10a, :' 3

The Fourth Quarterly Conference 11 a.m. Morning SH All You Want'

lit the First Methodist ducted by Rev. L.A.. Sh ;i.. ,'; If CAN

i hutch, of Starke was conducted State Farm.

1..ltday'enin April 21. by Dr : Youth Fellowship Su:: ': .

Baptist Church Methodist ChurchThe I I' E Rutland of Gainesville, Dis I ping at 7 p m. C

i net Superintendent of the Gainesville : I
Rev. Lewis Haines, pastor at Fiat Methodist Church of District. The Conference wa.c St. Edward's CatholicRev. CRISC I9
Starke cordially invites to attend
the First Baptist of Staike, will you held following a covered dish sup .
services of worship on Sunday R.ch.-ird Lyons p t- I
return Sunday from a two weeks April 27. Church School begins per sponsored by the Starke Sunday Mas.at 9:15: a 'h
Revival held at Calvary Baptist, :\IthodistIen's Fellowship. Dr Weekly Mass at 8: a ir"
Hollywood, Fla.. and will bring at 9:15: every Sunday morn nut land was introduced CH .. .
by '
Confessions Saturday : 'to : ;t. --' --- - ..,.,' ..
the morning message, "Satanic ing.The Nasworthy, president of the men'? 8:30: P.MChildren's. ,. -. --- ----- -, -. - -- '"- -
ReT.. G. Mitchell will

Torment"following ,"Heaven's the second Comfort"in a' series. The preach Service on at the the subject 11 o'clock, "The Church Christian group.Conference Reports were to made the by Quarterly the following Wednesday 4-00 Catechism. P.M. t sus RAISINS S Del Monte, pkg 19C LARD Pure, 6 lb. jar 99C

Church choir will sing the morning : Pastor in Charge Rev
will Cure for Doubt". The Senior
anthem and the carol choir T. G. Mitchell; Charge Lay Leader
Choir will providepfcidl music Church of Christ
sing the offeratory message. Miss -- 1. D. Vining; W. B. Sewell.
Julia Lawson will be at the organ for the service.. Church School Superintendent; C Corner 10th and .Me.Mah..ii Heinz

and Mrs. Mona Canova will direct Sunday'en1l1 at 8 p.m. the E. Hernwall, Church Treasurer Bible School- A. 1f'reachingll COCA COLA Per ctn- 19C BABY FOOD 3 25C
Youth Choir, directed by Mrs. T. : -
the choirs. Mrs. Titus Olson President, W. S : A .M an': 7 3u
G. Mitchell with Mrs. L. G. Greenas ,,? ??', ii
Sunday evening, during the Hap C. S.; W. H. Nollman for the Boardof P. M. -

py Hour, the message by the pastor organist, will present a pro Trustees; Miss Pat Sieg. President i Prayer Meeting and Bi'ilStud) | -- --- -- .. ____ _u
of sacred mu- c. The Youth .. .. -,
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will be "Faith! and How ? gram Methodist Youth Fellowship. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M - -- -- --

this'message follows the message Choir has been preparing for this_ and Mrs. L. A. Davis Chairman of Everyone welcome.

"Repentance How" of last week. musical program for some time. the Building Committee

The evening service of song begins: The public is cordially invited tc Church officials for the new ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL C !

at 8 with the Chapel Choir leadingthe attend. year were elected as follows' Rice 1 1Pure
Wednesday evening, April 150; ,
singing and bringing special 'T. H. Slade to the Board of Friday. 7:30: p.m. Lit,un and
Mr. Mitchell will conclude the
ruu-ic.: I Trustees for a three year term i Intercessions, Rev Fred'rues PEPPER
the Book of Acts.:;
study course on
Sunday School meets at 9:45: tinder Stewards: P. L. Bridges H. C Sunday 9:15 a.m. Sun
the supervision of One Wig. The study has been sponsored Brown. W. W. Caines Jr. Mrs i 11:00: a.m. Chug h ;erv

gins with departments and classesfor jointly by the Woman's Societyof M. W. Cressler, L. A. Davis, C. E. ices, Dr. J M. Kaufman "''ibjtvi)

all Training Unions Christian Service and the E "Proofs of the Ressurei'U"'
ages. Hernwall A. N. Holliday. C.
gather at 6:45: directed by J. T. Wesleyan Service Guild.! I! James, Carl Johns Albert Lee,I! Black 2
Lawson. for training in church Ovid Lewis, A. D. Martin. E. L : 1IAM1TOXCHRISTIAN: = Lily

membership with Unions for each At The TabernacleA I Matthews C. H. Nasworthy. W. E : :: UiriU'H Long Grain Box

age group.Midweek. i N'ollman, Mrs. Titus Olson C. S
service Wednesday feature of the Youth Meeting Partin. E. K. Perryman. H. C Bible School begins a- n' The large size
Morning Worship at 11 < *F
7 15 with the by the pastor Saturday night at the Tabernaclewas
message Pitch, W. B. Sewell E. T. Shull, .

"Revival Results and their the reading of Sermonettes W. S. Sibley T. H. Slade. John A., p Everyone m. Evangelistic U urged ser'h'I'to purl!: 'Hi n> _.",'.. __ .- -.. - _'->_, ..-- ,- _:--- _. _' ""_

Blessing. entitled "What Are Christians Torode. L. D. Vining O. W. WhiteSr. I t'n
: i
Wednesday night Bible -PL!1. \\ ..-- ", ---
A cordial invitation is extendedto --- -
Like"? The Program was con- are now in the fifth chap.. n __ ..- ;;
all to join in these worship services
ducted by a youthful member of W. H. Xollman was elected lay, Acts and have a nice disiu.-
and make the First Baptist ,
member of the Annual Conference
-John Childress M 'I\
,'hur.h. "church home" when away the group and was well done.
which meets in Lakeland. June

ironi home. The Senior Bible Class omitted 5-9 with E. K. Perryman as reserve PENTKCOSTAL; 1IOLIN: _>>

their lesson Sunday afternoon at lay member. C. H. Mas, CHURCH
,' Clll'llCHWe '1 the 3 o'clock Bible School Hourso worthy was elected as District Sunday School 10 a.n I LB.
Graham' Stewart with T. H. Slade as re 1! Morning Service 11 a : .
invite you to attend the they might hear Billy .
i serve district Stewart. W. B Evening Service 7:30: j p>
Evangelistic services every Thursday by radio set up in the Tabernacle.
1 Sewell was elected as ChurchSchool Prayer Meetings W"> nia
night at 7:30: p.m. at the The young people had their classesas Superintendent and C. E night 7.45: p.m. Saturn mgn
church. Tel l i
Theresba usual. Hernwall as Church Treasurer 7:45: p m. -- -- -- ..,- .
our friends and make a special I I ; __ ___ .. ---- -
Plans are under way to bring -H Gor.-.r: t i': .stol T'r __ __ __ _. :< ,, f
effort to bring someone with youAll

the young people are urged t some musical talent to the Conc Christian ChurchThe I I No. 5 jar
CHURCH OF arc CIIIUST Plantation
be present for we have a very'gregation hi the near future 49C
friendh church in the heartof OF LATTFJi DAY SAINTS MEAL Sibs 33C
special announcement for you Watch for dateCHURCH I
welcome'IK Call Stre'jS'lnday
town extends to you a Masonic Temple,
Homer Swindall, Mimstei
worship with them at all theirs I School every Sunday

Cervices. Bible school begins at ,, morning 10 a m. Sacramem Services )
0 10 a.m. there are classes for all 6:30: p m. A "ordi!.i': ."atior' J6oz
ages and qualified teachers. Morn I is extended: to all. 11C

at 11 a.m COLORED
FIRST BAPTIST Starke inj) : Worship begins .

_______ I I ,_,,____ II 1"> a.m. and the morning roes
Kev. Lewis I 1). Haines Pastor vise at 11.30: a m. FARM

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town Evening services at 7 p.m. with By )Ir", Brjan Whitfield
Christian Endeavor. The
P110XES: Offices I Pastorium 130
I """" _, I J services at S p.m. Come and .AAAAAA&A A....AAAAAA.... Duz, Oxydol\

Services "Satanic Torment" bring your friends.
Morning On separate occasionduring

Prayer meeting begins at S p m the past week Mr and Mrs \\ N
Evening Sen ices "Faith! and How? I Flakes 27CIvory
Wednesday. Orin Whitton
North had as guests Mr and MrsL
41" I 1 """'" II -- the Tabernacle Christian Church
J North of Longwood sod :Mr
SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M., 7:30: P.. t. Orlando will be present to bringus and Mrs. J. P. Warren of Jackson Lux Flakes

Sunday School 9:43 A.M.--Training! Unions 6:1.:>> P.M. a message and show slides of ville.

MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.)I. the work being done at our Christian
Mr. and Mrs Charles Thorutoi 3 FOR
Service camp in Lake Wales '
of Dade rl'cent'tSUUI"-
City were
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR All parents and young people are ;
of Mr. and Mrs Dave Thorni
urged to be present for this sere ;I
Mr. and Mrs. P S. Crew Let the house
!jl us pack April

n Homer Swindall Minister i Mrs.Billy,Spencer visited Mr.Crews and and MiF! !ne.on' GRITS or Meal small pkg'16C I SOAP Octagon 3 for 25C

HEIR PASTOR HOB GRAY Sapp In New River We In "J"Mr.

Church of God and Mrs. R. M G..11' \ un

Sunda '. S ",)1. Tell About their two children of Ji k'i, I\I

8th & St. Ctair Sla were guests of Mr and MBrannen K vv No. 2 Can Harvest Time

Sunday School If a m. Saturday night >'. i.f- JUICE 8C SALMON 38C
"A SensationalJail
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m the Gaineys and Mr a1 ; v; (.KAI'EFKl: IT
Sunday Evening Service .:30 pm Plant t' : .
Brannen to
f P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 -- --- '-- ,-'- - --- _J __ .. __ __ __ __ J __,_ __
Break"FIRST p.m !j tend the reunion of tht i- "! c __ ___ __ __ __ ."" .r ___ '\..
Prayer Meeting 7:30
Thursday :
p.rcIIOPK i ants of Mrs. Brannen i"
tt father the late H. C. Ga. *-n1 y FRESH
resided in Bradford Co.nr !r'l C


The Homecoming at Baptist Gainey was the scene ot th ..cutDelyne 1R0AS T PORK

Church, Theressa. has been changed ,. .
'' Crews of Law t iueni
School 10 A.M. B. T. I. ; ::00 P.M. irom
the second Sunday in May the weekend with Mr j : MS

Nursery Open Mothers Day). It will be held Marion 1... Crews Jr LB.
the first I _
in June.
Sunday Thishange
"Join the crowds coming to Our Services"I ; has been Patricia Willard visiv.ivia!,,, I c -' .. - '. _. ._ __,
made so that lives in Auburndale last '" no -- - _- -_ __T'_ _.. __ -
.'r more of the former pastors: and After having'islted M!. im- ,
-. members will be able to attend. Mrs G E Crews for !l'.. er -.. ''I i -' -' -' ---- .'. -- .. -.- -- .. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- ---. -----,--_. -_.-. _-.;

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Waldo Methodist Church on April! 15, in the Legion Hall. | Andreu Sheriff Reddish and SOTICI'ro .t. \It i 1 I...ui1V.ttr! -n. Pluntiff, is ('.'n'th.Cr.n f Ca-r X" -:-IliaMetier -
Sub-District 'n-e week f r f'n-
In Tirruit r'inr'. Itrndfnnl Cono1RFlorida \\ I'ef-ndan' To "JIt'.r.T. :
111. Plans were made to ;:end a BUS their many predecessors help'JYOU .. w erk.h; tine Cradf'rdgiph :
"I II : In Chnnoerr.Fr.ink Caso N. lOTXotiee Xl.niUn IVltiiMzk whose
Elects OfficersThe Those elected\ were: President. | junior girl to Girls State in Talla- keep this county fit to live PI'rac'IIII. Plaintiff \- To tppmr.To >! r."II'I\'.. inrl address '- l.'tfo NV\\ .,
.,, 1'1t..1 :1. : I I.
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I i 1'iri.ucini. Defendant T Connie Warren. itht.residence Y. tk: \ !
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I II'resiMnt. In. "klllNViV YIII'I.'U Itt'l'FI''I\i.
will be chosenby Yet
'Clyde Brannen Lake Butler; Vice ha see in June. She every one of them- Cast'.i. I ?"'<:3 i is; 411 Person Str"-t Kii \ .in. In telinotifi.tl "'..1 .. Miit ,, ..
annual election of officers i. Anne Cressler, Starke; I the BUS faculty at the next mg campaign yearssuffered from ,.--t-r To tnprnr. 1 etteville, North Carolina. f"r JlI\"I.| .... a.'I..h' anil r" |tr.'l| | (ifiiiiu.r T..: Vienna You hereby notified th.u! a Ill' "rt' T l'.i\er. I I.
Pieraccini. whosertsuleme are ihil.lirii warded .
was held at the meeting of the '!Secretary Ann Johns Starke; ,II meeting. Poppy Day and the : whispered stories of misconduct is. 72 Patton Street suit for Divorce, full care ru.todyand ft-ndant and (il.iintiff! tuntmcie to the
Garfield Evans Sub-district of the I Trea urer. Judy Green. Starke; Crippled Childrens Clinic he 'J in You know the facts are that Springfield.:{ Massachusetts.Vnu i control of the minor children t" i iI to lontrilnite the sum of $:: 1.(111 perweek
I ar- hereby nolltied that a I Plaintiff and other relief has been for Mipp.nt of minor htldn-n
Methodist Youth Fellowship in the Publicity Chairman Billy Weldon May were also discussed. BRADFORD COUNTY IS ACLEAN suit for Divorce has been filed 'filed against you in the ahoy named IH'.n( filed againoti t in tinaliow W. C.:
I I against the above named ''urt and .JII>e and are required '' named T. U.
Starke: Recreation Chairman. Eddie [ After the nVetintr was adjourneda COUNTY with no gangsters j you in .. you Court and "oi tee and.
r..urt and to .ra of answer you are
: cause and you are required copy your required to sure a copy of
1 Dekle. Lake Butler; Worship short social hour was enjoyed. and no organized crime to serve a copy of youranswer or pleading to the complaint you! answer or pleading to the '.m- "TO .
:, True, none of us all the or pladin to the complaint 1 on the Plaintiffs Attorney. ;< Plaint on the IMamtlffs! Ath.rur\ 'rTI.nmOI f\ I.n
PIES & CAKES Chairman, Evelyn Norwood.Val- Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Tillman of on the Plaintiff. Attorney. ''Zach U MoUKlas. 505 Lynch Building :, T. Prank Lamlruin. Starke. )Florida. IInLnon\' is i IM- PI .
do Community Service Chairman II I criminals, but each of us tried. Joseph K. Skipper, 21 C.raham Jacksonville. Florida. and file and file the .original in th.' offie'if
; Adel Ga. visited their son and I Sheriff Reddish Building Jacksonville }Florida the original in the office of the Clerki the Clerk. ..( the ,'II', mi 1'''nrt "n TINGMAMMN: : THE IW sit "
:MADE TO ORDER I Ramona Robert. Lake Butler; I family. Mr and Mrs. Carlton Till-1 I started in this: and file the original in the office of I i lor the Circuit Court on or before the ..r hrf.ir.. tli-! .:-Jtth; ) dn ..I' Mh> I l--: :. Or AN: E\t: l\: }:".
office three years ago without experience 1 ithC| Circuit Court on or before the | 2tith day of May 1952; otherwisethe ,, therms, th. .11. Kati"iis ,.'f s.,1'
{ CakesA World Friendship Chairman Phoebe man Jr. over the weekend. I and 26th day of M.\y. 1J52: otherwise allegations of I'aido"'Ilallll I I! l'-mpl i I-, \\.11 i I... laJ..n .,- l..n. TIHHI.t) 1/1... .
Wedding soon found it necessary -,1 1 1 he allegations of said Complaintwill will I be taken as confessed by you e.s.-i'il t t\! ju
Green Starke. to secure a deputy highly be taken as confessed by youTh This notice shall he published'once This noun shall! 10. published I (HLOKIIJA C.OOlt NMVAXXOUXCIXG -
Specialty notice shall be each week for four consecu-
'' published once
I recommended by law enforcement each week for four consecutive IIIV i weeks in the Bradford County I
-- authorities and with special train weeks in the Bradford County Telegrnnh i Telegraph
,, Legion Auxiliary j Dated this! :nth day of April. 19! ;.1:! TIlE OPEIGOF
ing for the job. This deputy, his: Dated this ISth day of April. 1952. 1 (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas
Mrs. Harry Lappe Plans Poppy DayThe fine wife and child are at home (OFFICIAL, SKAL A J. Thomas > Clerk' of the Circuit Court (
As Clerk of said Court. By Myrtle T, Deaver, D"nutv rierkI
200 Bay St. regular monthly meeting of FACTS ? :i here. People like them and they n>- Myrtle T Dt'a\.r. Dcnnfv Cork] I 44t1';

i like our people. He is doing you 4 25;; U 5'16NOTICI STARKE
I I".!
Phone 257-J the American Legion Auxiliarywas II I a good job. Sheriff Reddish aims \oTiru TO .\ppnuI GENERATORAND
: : TnI'I'I'lC I I In Circuit Court, Bradford CountyFlorida
evening. April There is nothing wrong with for have the best. Your '.. .
held Tuesday you to In Circuit ( urt. llradfonii ('ounty. : In ("baneery.Irvini
Bradford County: it is a good fcheriff's office ha been .so conducted i riorlila I : In (hancrry .: 1t'lb.rzky. Plaintiff: \s tlr STARTER
u. .. ..A... AAAA I hI t it! 1'.It7.I..a":! \ \I" f.'ndaii'.! WORKS
clean county and has the best that with YOUR HELP
---- -- ->
YOU MAKE NO MISTAKEWITH people on earth It-:: Sheriffs have law enforcement in this county I--------I rIT. I XT

has won the praises of the Governor E E
stood for clean
government I .
law I 201 So. Walnut
and high enforcement of Ii St.
Sheriff Epperson.
ficials. I i

3 P. D. Reddish need* the job tc I 1 FORMERLY ANDERSON'S GARAGE; :

JAKE b. finish educating his seven fmc i
J. Alderman Will
MATTHEWS sons. He can only give them, with Soon Open Electric Motor RewindingRepairing

SEND our help, an education and leave .
i and
i : Maintenance
Will clrENONESI them a good name. Yet there an I

JAKE P. dark whispers of misconduct which YOURI I I'HOXE 22S STARKE FI.Ed ...

..A nu OIIH will openly charge These P Hunt II. 1 1). h....,

(f fI CIE lIT people would rob a man of his

ROBERTSTO it. AND kjnod: name and steal his character I TAX

'>-lmid his back. HELP SHERIFF-


3 THE ir ;OOD :NAME: HE WILL JUSTI- I ... xd ASSESSOR 1 Sterling Flatware

lYOl'R CONFIDENCE.: : Heluliivf.s

STATELEGISLATURE t C : 11thl' good people of i -
!Hi.-idtonl: I t'uuuty. where he wa.- I I. N LIFE LON<; KKSIMFATOF Ii I- lye

'tt horn. anil where he has spent hinine ...,iJ
2 (0 IC 9s i )
life If there was any '
eAS Stb CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT truth in these charges hi' wouldnot I -" GorhamToweInternationalHeirloom! .

havt' run for re-election
YOUHRepresentative VOTE
It is a good Democratic tradi 1 I 11\l) OWNER: MI: T\\
second term
nun to give a man a


VOTE :OF: EVERY CITIZENKVFN :: \1 ill see that all )- Select Your Favorite
He Did A Good Job For You Before i pro Pattern of
1: : THAT OF HIS OPPON: eru both (Real Estate! I

Hell Do A Good Job For You Again KNT: ,, ,. and Personal i is i Fine Sterling

l P." APaid| for b> I' I II I K.: 1i I Io ,.
> i Equally Asso-sed.

3 ON MAY 6 VOTE 'RIGHT' 'Pol ad oo 4n 1)1. t' M: i .hiI I ( a I I

.xClli- ..r (:. U. II.-,,..... Ilrernrd.'I0 Honest ELGIN and HULOV
1 Faithful Qualified A
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Paid Pol. Adv. \ .if I IWIh"otil'l,1 1 l \\i< !Id.! I 1
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'i I laht:,/: i.ilciiilat) mouth. fsau ili> 11AAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI 1 -
.1 1 tl. "I! fir-t t inililii-ation ..I' thii
SERVICE i 1. .i ii.- ni the '-a nl i l.iiin will In- Gar

( ELECTRIC $ i --- i I' .1 Apiil! lit :Sl.lllllfV:.'".I h. i''S llf 2 I.unrtanuns. C Just for Fun <

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y ; ZENITHRADIO W1 [ \11'1'111 in rri\it
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f f ra In (Iri-nil Court llrnilfuril ('..u"O,I/
I'li.riili In <'....n,-rrTi.irl Beach l.astin (;
!s Play Dept. :;:
; Nidilf.. :, 1'l.iintiff' t. h.IY Kolil. ; j I
\ -. 1'i-fi-nilaiit. C'a-.i.. !911SoIhe'In \ II :
tnprnF. $29.75 to $125.00 Special 10
.44/ ----- Discount
ToKav F. Noliles. whose r.i.I -ri --------------- :I

andTelevision liMn i- !is: Bout.I.: I. Klix.alirthti.u: n'
.J 1 North Carolina. I.I Gaby Sun Tan Oil
ton air 1I..It'fn011fied' that a I o 1 COSTUME JEWELRY BY COROrompacts
Sales 1 suit for Divorce has been (ileag.iln.l
: 25c.
---------------------- J 49c 98c
you in the above named -
and Service court and cause and you are re-. \ / -
'1 the last five miles I \ PinT..
came qnirt-d to serve a copy of your an- "
II ," ##,####NNNtN i on lighter fluid !" .lvrr or i>l.a 1 : the Plaintiff.Att '. Zd'h IIIxmnlas Pearls f
.'>\1 l."i; I.ynrh Building. .l.n k'sonxilli -. o Don't lie A Paleface r
224 X. Temple Ave Phone 166 I --- -,,N-.NIN ; -. Florida, and fi...- the original Just Arrived ..
in the of f ii f of the Cli-rk of th* 'I -
: Come hj regularly for a (' >m- I'iri'iiit Court on or before th" 2fitli E ; :
STARKE, FLORIDA j 1.1t'11' rlu'kii|> of all jour auto 'ilay of :Mav. IJirii.: :!; ntherwiMtht- ill-. o Factory Shipment COIT.ERTOXESun :
fationof said c'omplaint will 1 In of See Our Mcc
I I nerd, twprexem mot..rillOr- I Selection of ')/olher'sJail Cards
" I #" taken a- cuiifieil liy you i Tan Oil Cream
ries.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, This notice ! I i once e3'h'I'ek for four consecutive 1 BY RUSTCRAFT
1 weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph -. 'I $1.00 .4
J See TheBudget :
1 Paled I tin-' :4111 tat '"I' \piil. I'i'.J i Po! Tax of
O LIBBY (OFFICIAL! SKAL) A J Thomas Box Fine Watch Repairing Fulfil (Guaranteed
Clerk of the Circuit CourtPy :
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Myrtle T Deaver. D"T>H,T rl"r k: i of
4 '. 41 '. I'', WIDE; ,NELKCTIOX: : :
I I1IH1ISI.Wu I ( ion( Sheets) :
Sales & Service
your Transparent fluor' I I MATTRESSES ELECT E White or ColorsI NOTESTHANKYOr : JEWELRY

man at Farm uu/u..w uAuuAA4
could give Kaiser Frazer IlenryJ1)EALERSIIII' i $1 00 F PARTY 1 INVITATIONS : I 113: Nest ( all street

ANN. I I 1

FOR ItKXT-.\ .. .r'J Temple Ave. Ph. 32 GENE N. \ ': --. -'. -. ,- --- -- -- .' ::-- :.- =:-:-'...-:- --:' '/
menu, close: / -
at Our!.)'". or I e
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WA.VTKIi on Mav-6 Votes j FURNITUREItruph4I C LON ii j ;

SINTiKR Jo Refinished tercel and DA BI l. PRICES CUT

pany Lake STARKE FLA.Fri. .
will repair ) IIASTIXGS MATTRESS CO. .

top condition, i iu Box 230: Palatka Fla ,, : _n_ ._ ._ !_ __ __:
>e only I ., Sat.t Apr 25, 20DOUBLE ( 1
Our service i .. 11W111 1
delivery "' ,! FEAirHK Jacksonville'seic Authorized i oxHENRY

New Singer ;
alile on """,' \ :(.' U'.\-.iTBH--\\'allr"'II"! :-.i. 4. Operation Pacific
KinB.-.lf H..adllotl one v.II'! a Gibson Guitar Dealer is offering you ,
FOR TILE: IIUnl man, room and I board Ciis ln 1'. 1
With John \Va.noAmi
-100 Kntrav: : King.lry lieavh Starke. FU a
tions on fin ] :! -
only $l9i : ; J's
Telegraph II i '(II: \LK-1. :2! or :3 acres \\ IIhg".1 Fighting Bill Carson With Your Pt'RCHASK 4
-1 d..pell., about I III!. south 4
SKUVKJ. OAS : : of Starke on Hiway inn toward b oo
Iti-giilarlx pru. : :!:\ Ke>.itone. Half tt nal...,. half With1 (Fiuzj) St. John OF A GIBBON; GUITAR 4
fd Inlvrll 1 )! nt i timber Dale Mitchell. Kt. I. HoxIS. ANo Cartoon and Serial '
beat thi one i Starke: ':.tp\ : :-j! < WE WILL GIVE YOU ,. FRO JtE 1

RADIOS '('I: SAUK--linod K.IS rringrrator Sun., Mon. Apr. 2;. 2S ,1t 1 4
.stove and water heater All *
.\\\ M.kM .-e only $111.; or will .sell "epar- His Kind Of Woman #A< E 1
1lra...nnhlr rim atel) r.. J Mc,;5nff. your 4i(i K: ... ABSOLUTELY FREE $100 TO $150 ,
l enler PhuiK :"u"_. If'On 4
( II \'i. ( R..IoNtIitf'lmlll.: lane Ku ell fI =
?03V.. ('.n "'i 1'' 4
taST--.hl''r.u, : furni-h.-.i... ANo Cartoon and New o 4
i i house .ill modern %n\rnien- -
I Inquire William .. 4
Silcox." 1'
:;onc'm ( .\ : nu 52
model at Key' l ,,1 out on MM P.Unding road Tues.. Apr. 29) ONLYLULLABY WEEKS 4. .. 4 4
!>tp 4 ;; i.
Ijtiw cost __ t 4
htone heights Reward.'t' t1"STED.oaiI I l: ; Lowest Priced 4
of Henry-J .4
1 the
FOP; SALE- : : O>.: IIK\\K i\OICIl: I'OI most SIMPLEand a 4
lights water I MFFT'rin: KM.. ..KitITH \ll- I
Agnes Thomas. EASY SELF-
: III."H IIHl\t:-"\ sl >'t\\ i; .

FOIL SALK- *' MUSIC $1348.55
I FOP. lfoXTt'drut.'m block hi.UMcompletely -,
frigerator Day Gene XeNonPLUS YOUR TAX !
:Mrs Ancil ) furnished l large I>ICMKwa ,= ii
110A >li house with an electric wa.lier COURSE EVERCONCEIVED
l.arltt' enclosed yard See '
FOR SAI.K- 1 Coney Island: Apt :I.! :
fort ga j 10th and Church Sts It I''l'nXlSlmII "T"TEXASTYLER I ASSESSORaggressive *
} APARTMENT for rent
I modern Cor Church and Madison : This is your chance to learn t.i
: Sts. Key at !:!I3 T..mpl."t' FOUR MODELS
play America'mO'tt F.1S'INAT'IN FROM
II \'".) ___1 if : I 3

C\TTL.- !: Jo'ont.Jo3 kitchen cabinets, I IN PERSON honest I ((; and POPl'LARlu..icaJ: Instrument I WIDE

l.lte Oak .: roll-away hid A-l mmiition Martm'.s Hawaiian Steel orSpanish SELECTION OF COLORS
Pulatka Curb :'o11HI..t.i Tt'1II.lt'p AND HIS pp.
tip qualifiedA
.\1',\aT'on-.iTi: : WESTERN i .
front apt :! Jo'ORI.J.:-"I..d..l.\ pickupUeasonable ,
Don Martin Kt: 1 I. .
It: i.' MI \ Taxpayer who is Tax-
bath, '' .. Box 10;;, Starke or Cit> l.'glit MUSICALREVUE
-todt'l'. Plant 1' Conscious who will KIDS! Bring Mom or Dad to our Studio

mall Madison. InI.. "T1TFS : discharge the duties of with this ad and receive your harmonica with I VISIT OUR SHOW% ROOM

"mm..n.C.TIOX.... tLF:+ l\N this office in a sincereand
Y"'ir oppurtiinitv t.i he > .\ '1.'rmanager ON THE STAGE instruction book. IT'S FREE: And See This 3 3t
\. un 1 r,'",mull,It\t>f National a branch advertising offi.'e. :.M "' bya .11 impartial manner. o Practical, Low Priced Car 3
Pinnacle .

C derland 4000 ft.of UP I'I I this national opportunity orirani ation to increase Investiff.it y.nvrarnlni Wed.. Thur. Apr. :30 I will be at your eTHIS OFFER EXPIRES MAY 5 1952- That Is The Talk Of America 4J;
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lina. where !' during 1? >: F T d" ; ttl.write :May 1 at all times and take o 1
comfort fine WESTS11F.XCY IXC. A. 1
,ICs "'..u ,' Hammer. 141! N Orange! St New DOUHLE FEATURE every opportunity to ex 4]
tog if you I I myrna IVach. FU Phone. :S25-M: press my appreciation for ( her :'o \ ears Teaching And Expert Repairing Today! 4J
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prefer as lawn>port I ,West Point StoryJames your confidence. pp. 4]

tennis, FAR P.F.XTr..om furnishedapartment. Cagney, Ifciris Day

course near I electric range. comfortable Call St bride beds l: AndCATILE I w ill welcome and respect AMERICAN STUDIO of MUSIC .. 4

Stark, take left erad-d road It. ; p..
Lost near miles to house! with sign at gate QUEEN your vote and sup pp..
Westmoreland I Mrs Carl Wynn. IJrookside LIBBY SALES & ,
Shantung AI'tH Starring Maria Hart Queenie 403 Main St. (Corner DuvaJ ) Entire 2nd Floor i

Pol. ads Phone 4-8133: : Jacksonville Fla. p.
Hart ( paid for by I
turn to Mrs 'I FOR SALK<\ each Also cement mortar mix Also Latest News phone J
\\ :Madison j and steel windows Bradford Kn-; Gene Long) ..'. .. _. o ;
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