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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03215
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I.I Johns Takes Oath As Senate Chief .t J I Two Lives Lost !


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r ".,. ..<' ". ) {1.C.t! A th\ 193: : Florida Senate T.- -4d In 301 CrashH

,. 't'I at' 11*". ing a goal that has been uppt'rm' '. r'

.. i n..t: -i i"ir more than :!O -ear.-an ambition ,1' -
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: : : d t flt responsibilIty that was to have r .
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Tf ": -r\ but was by wr ,- .. .. .- _

lr E h: t'rett :Markely Johns, the present :-.1': l.. 4.1.!,- --- '' 1=1 """' _
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the 1931: SenuV f f: t 'l 1'!
:, 'r; was designated by : ?j .. .

: !r "i serving as president in the next "'I-- :: -- _

I : <. died before the 1933; Senate conyenetl.! ; I

1 ... ,jiie-ent Senator told reporters in lall.i'! .:",.., r Y
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v -l ',pitahzed with aeere gall bladder! attar: .

./. !. .nl! think for a while that the offiuf: \' \.--

.'I. :' the Senate was a jinx to my famP\-

i :nator reminded newspapermen that iuhu'l'

".!. ,'i." "very narrow escapes" since hi> K-itr.l.\-

a :senate {president. lIe barely escape.! ti'i'> J.-

'. ral months ago when his speed| boat -.. .

1f ." ,l'r off shore in Crystal Lake.

r i t :. i > >1 peech of acceptance: Tuesday ilr :.,' ;--.1' ; tb

<,,. 'i'. who represents Bradford and Unit.t t aZ

e /u-k a blow at the State Welfare Hoard .... .' '. P @M

,frequently criticized in the past ; ur t'd' -' :. 1 ,

i'it.>' raises for state employees and tt.;at-: tc s_

'1'" n :nl for a senate investigation commute '

v "I"i all phases of state government a< \\ t' i ij .. t ,

!: and rackets in Florida.
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i !1 tiled/ on fellow senators to defeat a !lull,: that:; !

'. '_' to lie sponsored| by the State \\illai-! THREE DEATHS IN TVOlEEKS .n.1, I...,. "
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f '> !+' put a lien on the homestead of citi/eiis; ot : ; : .I'L i t'I I.III\i .* 1 l.,'' ',\ I I.I : .
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) It .i la; who/ driw old age assistance." The bill re- ntu:1.: -:.. "." < i t'.- Ihrii. 11\ e. h.II"'n lost on Kratllnrtl ('uiinti highway in (less ,It l"lI1h..h..I U.m l' 1.1I : : \

--j ;1B -1 1T I"i: to would require the estate of the persons "semI"southw lymorning than two ui-i-ks. tune 'thus. I I'M',''* guml rerun'. \\iun IIlIh. onehixlmav on. i 'u! "':1.1 I .:: .
hours
juunu.i.> AI an .
: lIl'lth1" nti1iil fur the entire has already.. alt"'I. I'.1"1.1.., '
'\ : ." i rimed old age assistance to return to the irate .
rate officers hew '
investigating say a': .:. .
.. .. !stuttered.> n.ttnttll| to
.r' ;"i the amount of that the deceased had '
money is over on the side of th'
wrong f'2: : .. .
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Hceued. road when the truck collided headon the Ira;.:" turf tif :Miuulai's diiulile fatalitv is told by above al1..1t .' IJur.1
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U' UicliiMve |photograph[ taken lor tlu Td I.'graph| li> B. I.. ( lied) Herte, The Senator's proposed investigating committee with a northbound 1950 Font )pfwtiigrapn. darage: attendant ilevribed the wreckage of he "h".1! U, i. ; ;

'I a.i.iliaisi-' nevtsiiun photographer| s" ".1'lIr .'"hll.. (rijjht: ) is reunited h.v the v.Mild report hack at the next session of the senate Instantly killed in the tangled parigger car as the most mmnlete the>'il ever kern. pavement! :::1.. \ ,u! ..t,: :

i inn i' iliiiini; Hit at..lual s\\ .mill; III ercnioiurs, l'iiimster.-il-d t>\ uJlr"III"I t 'iia'tt i- pi'taming i ,' to the administration of "our wreckage of the passenger en ( Photo Iij C't't'iI :-\\t'JI) trol

( fort .liislKf It K Ruined I. t. Crews, 45. and his nephew. Rex the spring term of urtJit court CO Jlldl'lamull'. Ov.' the impact. ln.
-t ite institution and agencies % p' w 'I'" t II. j n "
i Oliver Crews 24. both of Tampa here. wait a total 'loss The front end u.s ,: MkII'.1;:
Inch dll,1IU\ ttht
are ever increasing: in power t' : t i i
As is often the case, no one will The accident oo'ure-1 about 6:15; lit the truck was badly damaged .
the '
:Id I bureaucratic trends. rear. en.l! e,til!:'.t ,
ever know just how the smash- m.. but there w.i:+ n > taih m"I'IIand the iif'h wheel' connecting (trial ,, ,
:senator Johns first came to the 81"1',1) ( : \ .',11'

: ,'isl.ttiue In 1935 as a member up OI''urro'l1 Shipton seemed at a :ing fog and'Islbillty was good the truck with trailer was broken Ih It was. ua.c..iu.:'" I I'" ,1 .

}1. s* to \pi.un it when questioned! '! otfu.-rs saThe v.tucl! '>- lollidel Tin- two vntimwere taken to rtl ,,.,.,t up.n p"m.: .:

i I I Hi'ilfrxd ottitti- Hi. w"i<; MU on I l' S 3111 ]just south .ot the Tampa for buiiil (h'I/I.1/ lMa,.. ,It, h Alt ,

Senator To Get iso.t 1I'dt':' i <;",tltI. h.ina in* "\ -. laadful'd-Cite: l"'>I.n\ !title !1'. th Toe Monda\ ",{m\ rtm.il.n .d..ut II"I Th,' ,,: ,

ee .li; II"! I *11"I, Ill IP oLaw'lev' Mi'iiiissli the il! ,
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1 b-rui: ; :n5 tyro !11\:1 tat Halph} .\1: '. !"
Trophy Saturday _.t t. t.1 I tilt ,1:1\'n .It 'flit' lull\ w'hi,, li .1 1 !
.tl -.1 I I : i s. : \'I- 'i 1: "M hsr'm.u; trap-ttdl: :\-n 1'1'.1" :

4 From Home Folks
fr t r,

V silver Irojiliv still Ix. |>rrntfil I
Hercules To Move
I I s" to riulor .John* l 11I \ ShoD Here1'1i.

1 lira Ifonl anti 'r.iull ("ountt.H'ni. :\

I .* in .1 brief ,Tfiiitm) here

4 I t f In-, .lturll.'_\. altrrii'ii'ii' at I / '. Mill} t'u1t'- '.1\\110,1' ( 'lIm! any through( :t t.. \\11'1.1 1jI''n;; 'I". ( '. II. (<:iiv.iv. .t/IllIlIlJn.d -

,l'<.1... k.The' this vvfk} that thi- U'IMMI- lh! Ial[: .l mrllt'l l principal nrainttn -h l01 at \\'ayl'.IIoo.: ;. ( ;la. will n '".' 'Ii"' u 'I. :

", I lit- !Int'art'I| Ma'ki- I, fiom 12 .1'" "Hp'":.; .'. II. -' I
presentationill lake! Nell i PI! !'illJlIlJ! to )lo additional+ fanulit-s I to this; community!
l plan at the east tl'mr > :s'aih"; ; .''!111' n" ..d.I,' "
." V of thei uhere tnitf. > .lit'InH" !m.li-s-i-m-ilnyes 1 ah" 1h'! hate homt.
: iiiirthoiisf and mil lie ni.iile h\ ploVt'ei 1'.1,1 I 1 /lw t"I'I.: ,j
r"\'II" i nt 01 l ,.,Uiiug-s and
I M.iM.r .). K. Ujiimngiit./ : It tllr near niUft
1 equip lent from the present Uav
: nil lie 'cileil. an :nl'res! I.la'h n,, ,,
)jirci In > sr ." gal i, ',\I!' l.<.Kin in Cllrnear / ? '

: oftloine. li\ dm .\mln'\\". -- shops ntlt) 'i I, ., the \', .
-.l Ji.tun' Tinstmp 1 buildings I
I 'the Ih::h >hiiol Banltill "I ,_ I>".t.pattint "p.'r.\'l'i ; 11.\, 'Io.
r.\ r/ / offi' vJI f'of'! up in the :
f I |) apreiediii!; the it reiumn.Hie .L. 4/ II.t' 1 atin+1r r r .n'i I lei i' ; ': f..t
.. ,, ? .trest ci.inei "f the Citon
\ hand will form at the ""' ., \, : '4 'r. ire <'I'! "' ;along'Iton'} time. and 1"1'1' I'" '!Vs "! 1 II|, .
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fir of (all and 7'hnnlpwnat t*. iii'..' n'- -,. ..L.. !.1, h \A :is rt-ientlv put< eRoadd. rltlt'. Pnwol '".., .". i\._ ... 'j.

:t uf J I 3:30 )I.m. ;ullltill esmrtseiiainr ,1 :' l :, J .Nf Kdwards; Th. nt... \Ir.-j ''ll'I'rt'' '101" '", i ru tli. i

; Johns to the fourth..use i '- .. ." ; ,; 1'1' tend I') ,, I luau, ,
," : t I 1'I h.1' teen cleared
g r iuniN.ll ooC yt \ 'Iri jtJ I f' lr"pII.I- \. Ii. /.1't ... .',' .
I '''" .m 'i"
I ? n to phi'' m" '''"nd''n' l'I, I I
.\ nf senator Johns' iiin,lit- I .t .
""IIt.. of l Imth. ronnlii-s are mrI I'I' blll.I! g" whl'h Will > 'I.: 'tRet ':

I II I ally muted to attend the riteilo.ny. AM.Il ,", a ._.:; 't": ,'.1.ht fti ,r tV'avcrns, "', t 1'! 'I'. rmplrt, ,' .t I.., '
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i 'iy' ,. I j'.r.- a ...._ 'f.. 4 1, //.d AI t \a u nu'ri' ur Uu. ...,J. I 11.11', I. ,

...-. .--..*\ .. .--:::,- --_ :#; : t'l,II an ,t jllIl'mf'nl} IS f't .'. ,.,..., fl '.
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:he House of Representatives $ t: .tiJ( :'.... "ie'a 'mi-,:'
I. was elected to the Senate ui! .i .. : '5i'.t'ii: $..,. ; l.ij Th. fl.n, 'I"n "f the mWIf'I. 1:., b : ,"n' : I I. ,

:.7 and has served in that body UI}[ irvistirv. |Iwr..llllild I "I the \\ ".Nl, H"I.lft| ni.nt tit t II'n'lies ship is I.. s llflplrel'Jal :: fi rot .."/ ,'.' .11. .'
puts and map. e< .i.'i .. '. .
rr i :nnce.th the exception ot I'ou,..'1 ( o. are 1'\1'lured aiM\' u is they 111..114',1 t ;t' n.M site r : .
pairs a> reijuned I on pnluf ., . .
.n sj./: I f. .... .
1911-43 session. ,, mused
the ,,mpans .namlenante "h"p, w Illdl111! MM he .
'u ui pm.nt I!;','u. the II'e.. _- .,.!. b I 4! !' : _I' .*.,.
Present; with him for Tuesda\'s to xurke fromac.r.. ..,,. (.a. ('. II. 'ink" ut Marke. general Powder "I
Cl ,
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rpan lei its pjne ration is ( ,
Ion In |'i' '* In .II.' s in .1 Ill"nll' h .apil' IMsin., with 11 monies were members of his ,supervisor ,,f the seven lleirules \\'nNl, imps in" (,HriU anJ I.L''I, I I" : I
I stump harvesting operations in op.ralon, aftt: ., ..
.'I'. Ii .11' 'min.. ii 1t1.1 i 'n ... n Ali'-, nis : tiiiily. his> wife Thelma Bnnson : ... is standing filth from left in group. The !upprviiry, Southeast Georgia and Florida !' I'11oritl.
of .
its "II/.I': ;1"?, ,.1.'i! .1 ;
---- -- -- ---- .hns; son. Jero.ve; and daughter i four was hrnlast Mttinla> fur one of their tiarUrl.v| ionferThe, survey and held operations wood .
anti i- I i r. ." 1rmes ,
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RiteS' :Markley Ann Also present and heal for the of a thiee-months.... office of the Woods ,
TuesdayFor I purinisp! planning Department, manenl maint'i. .
edge; Asked To Transfer Dowling "storted to the rostrum for the i' 111"1'| I' !
I Irog rant. I'r"c.t'llln.hl'ir/ mspeftion 1 of IIIn"\\ shod site they now located on 10th" Conlej office location for \\ ooilin.tived 1. |I'. ,I' '

N. 0. Maxwell/ r lunation of the ceremonies were a steak dinner at the Iron Iperiq l restaurant. Street in Stark. will be moved! ment field operation ,1'.1 i iI ,

his mother Mrs A. M (Petit and to the new loc :ifion>> Ail emplovees f
; 'nHeeabl.future
To I ; :
Jai! Veterans
From Hospital -.-ter. Mrs. A Williams and


I' a .e"i"ent: to Judge! J.hn' :IllS daughter! niece Johns.of Miss the Gloria late Semtoi Johns Five Inch Rain Brings Heavy Loss -Softball Meeting Called Monday

Markley
\ !' M .iM'hieo ThuiiHlav thea 1.'('t.s: I: is IIH uniitMstaiui'thit !:;;: A:. .."I/1r" l I' '. .\ .III'.l -f'ha"": .11111' llac'hng;
it 1'- impossible to be on ":epropel A large number of friends .1:1,1 1 tp .
'P: df'
< : t "mtj t'omim.ssioneih Of Berries Volume Slim ;isIH'1 r.i me'! at tt.r .
Ripening All other trans, flat t, "'t! i .;
from Brad' rl ant i ,
J .: "1.\ had no objectionshi iliethile in jail due ti -upporters ; .sot. ball fielil .'J'Ir:' d\ lack of facilities T'lu'ii C'.'mnties helped!| f.:. fie 5.30 0 taI; $ k' t., enter the league ar.. ;s,0.1 1 ,
K Dow
M! iiistei ofV ling
Hi condition has Senate sailen: f"1" the mprl's\'e: The '' il tn" softball
improved un- first s'ht'b. field! h'i 1 1 1.1.
;amp h.tt..t'n
in' l iv toimty jail to th.'et.- FI.n. hio: ra.p.tai! Ira terrific ;
der treatment for the past t\\ ? t "t'tome;; and harvesting! vuU cegrn the fist duled for next and
r tin' b" ,1(Jt\1 in Lake City as rejufs' I downpour Monday' night h'ednneslay mght'art.'rmJ n. all r1anagrr tile'
weeks I'm that the n1r.1 of next week at 7
sure : .1' o'cloCk
bftwwn
Alvarez
>, .\ bv Shenff P D Red- dealt Bradford County's ill-fated! and urged to be preient
Mon and injections will, need t.. ... Monday s rain mused a heavy
1h : 1933 strawberry crop whit is like-
be continued for six to eight Tuesday Thefts blow. fertilizer loss to growers in Rrad- -
final
ly a taggering

.,her m. '";"r't:1"1111:11'1"11"1 letter to Judge wl! f Mur.nrtl The-. weeks longer in order to prefer!:: j County Agent G. T Huggina,: ford Florida County and elsewhere from ttr&in Two Starke Men Cited

1t,. umieitands that Dowlinga his condition Yours very from truU getting', wos<> Puzzle Police estimated that probably 90 per cent soil Farmers through where leaching rainfall *X- Bv U of F

ot npe berries on tie bush were
\e re'! tn with a medical du- ceeded two inches In a 49hourperiod
H H. Adams M D
ruined by the scalding effect of the 'FA.i >;' tti'n p'/.r.! < ,.' ..
'n.irK .ul': therefore Bradforu were advised to apply & i r't' denary (t\-tr J-;
l': \ an 5 .ouit.j I 1'w enforce- followed( hot sun.
by
heavy rain .
unto \\ ,mUt: not have to assume Sheriff Reddish said that ;< side-dressing of fertilizer: containing J' hr.i in'i a !'J'n.f'f' .>;(/*- men: i"rs
are beginning to.v.i'iier 1 Only 101 crates of fruit were
"'101 the medical expenses neces- transfer of Dowling to thet'- nitrogen and potash as soon werang the mare than lv prominent Floridian to re"., ',1'
ju-t why Tuesday ngt1t 13 1 bronght to the market Tuesday
Mf' '"- treatment while at the"fhenc evens hospital was an "ecoromeasure" as possible Centennial Awards from the *
Umver*: of Flo ida for
I i'opalar foi bn axing ana en whereas 300 had been expected : : HITr

hospd M! since the count> i.sspnnstble : <' I 'r' .!nj Ci'.i! Street business nouses .( pnor to the n1The damaging Aside from the fertilizer loss IOUS service to the University and to th" State. I
L I
KeiJisi's tot for the health of : r I
t
request
po
i F,ir tour consecutive Tuesdiyi effect on quality of fruit was also the rain will probably prove bene- Tae: citations were presented at the Centennial C6nv.''4t:on
ailed rvoei'n of the following letter sons In jail and was bavin ; :
; ,, .. : :tfhs one or more local stores'nw reflected in prices which dropped ficial to the county's large acreageof : in Florid Gymnasium Gainesville, on J.'nJay, Much 20. In miring
........... fro1I1' U II Adams dated pay for Dowlmg's dash tnj cti,'n> \ M.\V.\ Ui -.1 pepper sweet corn cucumbers,
.. ., ,, ; been broken into. There haven from a $739average on Monday the presentation Dr J. Hulls Miller the Umver
r6 April 6 Judge Murpnree did not recelr : : ; 't : 5- \ l':".: and beans. president of

the boards letter until Thursday H :-:'::.,: .' \. ".... : .. t' i-: 11 ISa1" ,-n ten or more instances of tilt to J549 by WednescuvDuimg sity. said: 'It IB my great pleasure to be able to be present 're'\
.n recent weeks, and but two the week 551 crates
!Year SVnttM Reddish: all past behalf of the .
afternoon and hio decision was I Fi.dtN Ap-I., He had University of Florida Citations of lent and ('rn
\\' .' Dow ling who is now : cases hive been on Tuesday mgnts.Quiglex were old at the market here for Vice ChairmanOf fJ
not known at press time. He been :11 tor s< \eral months but tenmal Award Medals to these distinguished citizen who by their
I return of $5,252.SI _
the o-intv tail has acute & Davis and Central a to growers
ar-
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sentenced to beta* steadily worse dunng the 1 Health OfficersDr outstanding contributions have
Dowtmg six monthsin
immeasurably enriched the I.-1
!teas ot the )lower spine Gas have both been entered twice Up to date only lO.od crates of i!
last three.da\'s his of all "
jail ror"contempt of mint when preceding 1 us
The first time the marauders made bemes hive been marketed here
' ''''7 Mi rv.vimg was treated by a the former Starke automobile death A Y C j';.!1g'fn director oftr.e ;A.
wn away with $1905 from QuIgley & for an estimated return of The citations of the two Starke men read twr""c;
ipn'It1stlId: spent 16 day tnHe dealer cashed a federal income. tax Mr Maxwell was born January Bradford-Cia\-l"mon! Tn-Coun-
Davis while {69.091.46
h' |sttal! with this condition refund 'c&eck which the court had .'o. 1902. the son of the late Gilbert this Tuesday nightthey ty Health Unit was named vir }:u ene S.

.;;;, about tour months ago He was decreed should be applied towardeaISfvtng and Olivia Maxwell of Rich took an aluminum painted The week's report at the market: chairman of Florida Health Officers Matthew Charley K. Johns I

fvi!'e.< I.' sat on a strict diet bicycle They netted $15 on one here is as followsi : lucent conference held
. at .
:. a Former
__L*_ an Jl .OOO judgmentagainst mood Maine His grandfiifcei' of their tnps to Central ion da I' owner and editor President of the Florida :> *'>- ;;

ie.st anti to take medicine Dowlng: in tavor of the amassed a fortune in the clipper' Gas. i Date (?t. f:1nf'1:. in Jacksonville "The Telegraph". Starke, Fla Senate. In the progressive dry

Since bemc in jail for the pattnr Florida Bank at Stfkf ship era Mr Maxwell was an 1 2nd 103 675-590 8. As a newspaper man slate the velopment of your commun.", IIrZ:
Other
L.1 months ht.irthritlc condion places tear nave been entered -
< e OJBig
r heir of his father and two' aunts 3rd 315 5.50-9.00 7. Turnip Grown age of ten as a commanding the State and the Umwr-" ';
mlude
has be It ha the Swtft Shop.
: ome w orse *
Doctors Clinic Twins Mrs Mattie Maxwell of Southern Fillyaws 4th 136 5.00-800 6 t officer in the Spanish-American of Florida, you have given .L*- is
for the Plumbing Shop, Ed Pre&tt's -
Devn ntressar two
9
past Calif and 6th ng 61930( 7 39 Young Bu'rh Eider; son of Mr War. as a
.r Miss Ora Reed olRichmond \' Garage legislator, and Us a tinguished leadership and! .r
the T.vmr8
,: weeks t.. Iblm dally injections and Mrs M D Eid-r of
?4 A-ht'f: mI\:: .. was prided at Maine home. and the school house for the 7th 1M 00-1.90 61btD 4 KingsleyLake State Railroad Commissioner recognition of your, abili'. "."
? .ti,1 eriMve medication- to
; con-
is a gardener and
Dtroe's Chnu Hospital last weekwhen 105 5.5.740 6 t9 qu.te for twenty-two have Senate has elected
=a '! tl"",. .ii'hritic Mr Maxwell spent most of hii i suenth" time years you you it.i }>f-
pains i has a four and three-quarter pound
the first twins to b>* born childhood with, the 0 L Duntor i Police are working on tne devoted your life to your country siding officer. For the <, I- .- :-:\ ip.mon that his con- there arrived tneol'Ythat M- R. Judd manager of the turnip to prove it The turnip ..
on April 3 The proud family of North Adams. Mass and your state For your standing service you L ".
1lor.' A .1,1! 1 quicker i itt youngsters are responsioiefor : Starke market announced that a was volunteer plant and Butch
improve
Mr
parents are and Mrs fruitful .
DavidYarbroush : He attended school long, public service rendered to Florida and ti) '-"
'w '. : >, .n a hospital or some, of Starke prep and toil the oftenses, alt so tar tae:: potato grading machine will be doesn't know how tc account for, ,
The
and
twingirls school and many accomplishments the University, the Universit.! :
,ijti e he could be placed on I nave been tarv was a graduateof r fingerprints they have ootaindon't i placed in operation Monday. The its oversize except to say that he
linN SheilaHw .
Dartmouth : University of Florida presents Florida bestows on yrI>. : -
College match up \\ ith anth y acreage of potatoes is unusually! took extra special tare of it ash I
M t P.e.Ka'1! : :: uiul .'.- and Jan., Di-Vn: .' F2"; '', vu this Centf=r.r.al Awardcr.ge ( .l'l'1t..n.\! .)
tearfr 1 axweJ.! arCintiLea : '. !! ,'. : "r: :.. : :arg.r.tr S".i:KC -: -i ".:-.-" :: c.i'" .- .j.h -.\ .::-. a.: ',: -...- garter: .-x-_ I

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COUNTY: v/y VICWPOFLOHID Eorsoq JUST LOOK AT THESE
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OLDEST wtrctv PUBLISHED c,>NT Y\.OlHl' t..DN"" THE SAME MASTHEAD a L
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MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ;, t+

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It Will Never Be Easier Than Now / A- 1 It + t


\\>' ntJtc' from n+-w ...paMT| t-xciiantfrs that hojHthat the (City Council!, once the ei'.i'.l? !, '

othrr towns, like St &rkl>. are currently enduring l-K'i.slation is: pa.vsed. will act prompt t !) .111.1 ,

rowll1g> 1 pain Among them are the huldly to get the Ilut'stlon settled.i "

thriving town of Milton in West: Florida l \\ Ihlllf.. Orritrr I. John-, lit! 1".1" < ( ulIl'r: lUlit .u*
served notice hll'ck that it would !It is interesting to note that other t 1.\, II
which : *' III r."tl IsINry. kMlll ( .
P| tilllllt ( oitillllsHlolli r II \ lll Keek to have legislation i>a&uil this : il iii.ill| In ih l>.iiiii< t .niiinl.."ii.n |pr"gr.t.lt t" u Quantity Rights Rosrvd "t" .It I .,..Ii I h II.
referendum on the extension of now troubling Starke and that they Ilk! .. .
to ix-rmit a |1'"I..ht'I. | iilll.ii| K-OlM I'lrtl. III IIH4H Ilu Tr II ll.l" IHN-II shot. .ill
limits.Commenting. our town are taking steps to meet them .
Milton's I h. iiiall uir iruMin| ""1\11I1'| s .oi.l uiIn r !".'. r>*Itd lr .It'.r tin

editorially on the proposed nut dodge! them. j , and rrlriii-i| III flrl.U ttlirrr IhrI -V I...> fid l.....l and ,l..-11I..ul ."i 152 Call StreetrJ.iI !-
mei.'ur', the Milton 1'rvAs-Gazvtte say: : Change in any form i is often disturbing t ; \| I.Vl urnrrlruoiN.1 .Iurllll I rbnt.iry. ollirr l lot vixr\lvir| fir

"The arguments for extending the city limits: and is: likely to be resisted by some \er\ Ihl" \\ iMlifiiirta.. Slarke Florida
l been .
the extension have
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sincere and well-intentioned! {people, llou
aired many, many font The arguments 'UTU..TT.TU.TTTTTT..n BUS Band To
} than ever, in this instance: we do 1 nut think I that Play tT .--w'" -_
mach compelling ""
for extension are more 'T r
those :agamxt extension.: Very few i people i e\en those who opposv the extension of t tii. LAKE GENEVA AlNASCar"ival PURE VEGETABLE SOKTEANIN! ;

would suffer economic disadvantages city limits would want to see Starke iioiiiidi
any Tun of the !rOl' ,limit ,n :\.t't!
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from the extension and a great many citizens and strapped within its: pn'st'nt'Clnfillc':; for :|' It) "I.UII h. ('IIIIIIIII.h.UII, I'1 I I.ui.11 will fur in.Il inn in' 1"1 lie S SPRY 3ttc 79C

would! Benefit. The pun*)se oMhe p"oplIc'c1'c'r i and! a day. It will never be any t'I-IIC'I'\: \ IU...................... tint!,it Annu.tl N.ivv <'h.llllt, < 'itntvitl
!legislation i is merely to make .it {possible! to to extend the city limits than it is :
: Mi aid stew .1 Ctirllt and Mian.I I at IIP Jrcrii ('utr Sinus. : .
have (rleition: on the subject. Surely there present time. As the old advertising slogan! : Naval S tut ----- -
/Ion Mn\ lilt' .in.I 1 ;:'mlTli VELVO {Fresh
MIH J McMillan.MlM Roasted
can I Iw no great opposition to that. Let us tisnl to say. K\entually why not now ;? AliliiKloil of lllEl M 'thud It,unit fi.iinSt.tlUr .
arrk Irvrttllwith
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Mr Ciittii.' felt!,, K; I' ( ltr I Give. 'cm A Chance To See All Florida : lt. fishliij was the order Klvr lotirrrtH and ui IHIIJ-I-IIII-III: > COFFEE F 69C
urn a..n" nudr I" 1/11111'10- 11 li.mitxtndj
art it\> win plenty of tin filmHA
I Discussion of the projM :sed! toll road down limit., Tor our tiling. Mr luti our ne" Illkh- I I they wrlr I lucky to stet II|pnl\ from two other it ir.. I'n.: h
I x.f'7, iilMiul to In llnsr .. Knl' W I ;: II bare lArrtitKtoit ticind will beer many h"lIlI'I -'- .
wuy rrady OH-II rauxlit it ) an< :
the center of till't"tc' continue-- to rage in I ", ..".., : ---c '- 1-"'''
.. a"PIIt.rlrra} | who Will odd' In I !'h.Cm I,. # ol'7' _.,__._.-'" ___., '"
the editorial columns: of the I Florida pressand : tton.hlli- It IIHH Hot Eu I" Iii "Usotulllo.It I WujjIU u i H> oneMm .nival M|>lrll, I
that ad\er- comment il'H-s! run tutu Ml,mil fnuu lirir. mill .1 nettand 1 AnitiiWi' 'nfi of Coiitirll ,
it heartening to see ; ,, FAB-U-LOUS
is IJMtritv tt J l.iiK'4 iiiiiiiln I i iNullmiul ALL BRANDS
the natteredetlduretnrltt si rluaral| roulo hi uiltlllloii' In -.; xxouMwin i Ilh' 1'.\ tar IMITII Illr karat of EV AP.I .
up till now far outweighs and tins!! ( '/h.'iiili.: ,: 11 I
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:Mr 111111 Mm Hhiitttl I
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by a few big city dailies ustlosH al first thought.Our Wrll na I hi' (" _11I1"1'\ .of t'oii.in.. n ii
her late tiiiMi'niul It & O
notably in Jacksonville and' Miami.I first "'111'11.IIIIM IKIn *"II I:rs( a In 1'.1'11 1111I iiiidiiiK s uiiiiuiiuiiiMllrflllrd '! "
1(11111'011,1 i inihlrtir llv< il I near
Some pretty !sensible) observations1 it seemsto roiuirt lion of *? \\111% .l.u .kxMulllf unit IlioMidinine I siuikc all: vi'im "K" Mm Wagner from tin- r hind l in r.| "i' I FAR MILKTall
of the ri'itli li four I.UH-S Iliroiiglioiit the Carnlvnl. I
News
Ih are made by the L&kc'ull will !!loin to her lionir in t'u'"- ____. _
shah comments editorially as follows: lilt M.t'e | *. nrlUillc Monday ,i Ihr xvintci In11Mi .

NV lll.lt Jil.UlH for Uldellillg I'. S.a: I \\ share\ the News' interest in Highway t Mi! "'ulhrruntailed of "1'llts K I. ";.ct''-i I i I.,' i.r I MI.Vlll h Tall

alum: I the nkst n.it li.ixtIHTII il 'timtrl aniiiiun "_7 for this splendid new roail! affording a'' hUI,. l'" I la upending' a .liorl tote HJM-Ill, VVl'.Ill '. t 1,1\ V ,nl, 'L. I I Box 3 Cans

'il It upiM-ars the !Idea of u lull rn.t
.Town I tIi. t route Mill! |I.e al>..uiil"u.l.. with I'. S. :iU( through Starko. andmany' I, l.nri.s Mix (kit tell c''lnl'duwn tllllrin ill "',.1,11-.0. --
"IH'C'III.III.ntll.lt tourists have already to ,hl\'.. her niolliri rod lirolhrr.Mis iirdny wcrr Mm It "Koi ivth. \r'! '" .
Insteadc Inuring expressed
arc HUM prefjerenee ; .
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mid IrfMiin
hark ti V A CailMoll and !Mi I H < 'in '9'7.
rush u loll i-o.il ulll )lie constrmt sl dolls for this route over t the hunl wurk''ll 1,
Ihlnxrnlitty! 11"1'1! :\ \\li. hoer !,pent nurth mi.hJHUttJgfeiKM
through the n-ntr.tl |M>rtioit of Its' .t.itr. 'Ihrnnltr and hazardous U. S.'o.1.. DONALD DUCKSALAD

iitntl, ,'d Mould out of J.trksonlllr .
iii suing We still think that most tourists come to [- >>'
., Orl.liul, an.I thru i i Ksxiip"1, L ''''-- -
Joan .bw.
through !
\ tonic Florida to see the tate ALL l FLORIDA( [ '
on lain Ml.mil.latest that is -- and not traxerse a monotonous I Ii I II DRESSING 35C
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fcp-tul.tt Inn <>ii .IIC h .i n tl nicutinns stretch of superhighway to Miami. Miamians.)1l: (

that it uoiild IM tin 1I1t"'II hivat.| .' tnriors like New Yorkers are often so bedn/zlod by -- - --- -
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\ rattier Hun the st.ilr.l' their own glamorous environment that they I VAN CAMplSP
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fsiiiully \\r ued it lot more inform.itItm are apt to forget there other 'r pr
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",'...r..lIIl'ol.'n |If It I.. hlllll.I'J t1 ln\.III' Let's let the tourists see them all. Garage I'I 1 { 15CJ 1 '

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I Could This Be 'Retrenchment'? .1nl''idl'S .'' ',. 1Jt' .a-': .


Congressional approval of the Pr,':idc'nrs this $1..000 special assistant the 12-oz

r.jal. for reorganization of the Federal SeiT two new assistant secretaries will draw K-B{ LUNCH MEAT 33C

\ ,\ Agency now makes it (Missible for the S15H)< each and the new under-secretary

rihower:; administration to reshape the 17500. Of course: there will be an automatic C

..irtment; along) Republican (and more exjf increase: in salary for )Irs. Hobby her Vaccaum' Packed

; i'I.. > lines.Uemember self from $17.500 to $22,500 when she step t .* f r i

all those: high-flown Republican up to cabinet rank. J 1....,....".t ASTOR!' COFFE Lb Can
t' a.( ron "bureaucracy" during the cam- All this additional overhead in the department 79C

aiK"!. i ja: st fall and summer? Weil, (in the will not, in the words: of Senator From where I sit / Joe
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.t> ." ?M: of the street) "get a load of thi> : Smathers (who can hardly be termed an -ob. -= : = -=----r: >-.r __

I in, new plan permits the augmenting of Administration critic) add one iota to It- Fla. d Ga. Dressed Gr. "A", Dressed & DrawnVltole
". .- i articular "bureaucracy" by the addition service to the people. r

"f .in under-secretary. and two assistant The main purpose behind all this accordingto FRYERS E S Lb /IOC

S.M.,!t.iries. Also added will IK a $l,;.000-a- one Washington correspondent, is to enable ? Chip Pulls a "Pip"Chip

v.-ai! s I't.'c.'ial assistant, selected from "recog- .Mrs. Hobby to get around the civil service rl ,

iii-ed\ leaders in the medical field. with wide "freeze" and replace Democrats holding:: CUT-UP fRYERS
Hanson( l is a clever commercial From where' I sit what hap Lb 53c
sin "government! experience" to advise the puliC ving-making jobs with Republican'

administrator on health and medical matters. talent. There may be some who think such Loon artist. beside doing carpined! to Chip could happen to ....A.... -.:' .."'O'O... "';""........".,., 'k:--.7- ,_. ,. ....,
on our paper, he picks! up anonp. He was just too l u-\ informing vr ,.- .
l lose this sound like "retrenchment"fll. :? taticsare ,
> worth the additional ('o= t'e I 'free lance" drawing jo..1 i l ;. everyone else about _
\\ hardly. don't.. ,
night now )hhipping up safety not realirinirir safely
-- -- -- --- posters for the Safety Campaign. was threatened. Like those who Swift's Premium Rolled U. S. Govt. Graded Beef

I Advertising Commission Deserves 'A Raise'The They all have headlines like fret about their neighbors ,
"rtAY IT SAFE!". "A whether
or LIVE they can afford a new "

newly reorgani/ed State AdvertisingCommission :'o he seemed to think) it must be just that VTIRE CAN START FIRE!" house, whether they should hate VEAL ROAST ] RIB ROAST

has' asked the Ili3'l! ; t Legislature much hotter in proportion in the .summer. Chip looked a bit sheepish yes coffee or a class of beer with
to ,double its terday. Didn't want to tell me lunch Chip, simple forgot to
appropriation from $300,000; toltHUI.HOO The final breaking down of this
erroneous why. Finally he blurted out, "I "draw" ohtious
some
conclusionsabout
$ ( and to advance $100.000 of this idea at
long last must be credited largely to feel
like a dope. Here I am on himself! Lb
ami'imt in order to avoid a summer slump in the efforts of the State Advertising Com- this safety program and the fire 49C Lb

advertising.We i mission. Uy constant repetition of attractive l] inspectors tell me my own sfr(- Q 111 ii I 49C

hope that the Legislature complies words and pictures in northern news-:1 iio't a firf trap. I've been !stor- orl..tU I? I

in both instances __ both in regard to increasing papers' and ma a7.ines.'acatinnt..s in that ng paint there for years ."

the appropriation and in advancing part of the country were finally persuadedto ,
Loi>)nght. 1'>J3, 1 TIlUdao') Breutn fuurrdolll.1Carrying '" >a jyyjI.., ..
? he ;amount needed for the summer advert give Florida a trial in the summertime as1' lYlUK1""' :.Ir'IIn: _.

,n1'1'(1)1'1., ): well as winter. After they once came they

The great value of the work being done were sold and went hack home to tell their LbSVVANSON'S

by I the Advertising Commission under its friends about the pleasures and comforts ...1'Flo..ichl S SLICED BACON 59C

present director Heverly Jrizzard. is un- in the summer.

diM'iited., and one has onlv to witness the in- This advertising: program has repaid a

irea.-evl summer tourist business in Floridato hundred fold every dollar that ha been spt-nt; ,vwI Gr. "A"
Quick Frozen
"kiio\v that (if you'll 1 pardon a trite expres- bv the Advertising Commission but it must I

s.on, ) it pays to advertise. be continued and. if possible. expanded Theffectiveness <' Lb Box c

Tune wa and not so many years: ago constant of advertising depends .1 IM.H.! !: lfoo much FRYER BACKS 39

that could repetition. It is not a 1I1"i: }:- ,' t.
you nlnwl't' persuade a proposition.|
northerner to come to Florida for e -- -

\'. thanou, could convince a mm summer.uation black essentials Even if in it other means places.trimming the a fl''I.! 1cash IS > / :. ; !.- -' '. : -"" -: :: :. '- .. >L"" :::: .:t; .i}
Legislatare i
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\vas \t hltc', ltIi l '.tusi' I Monda was so much

warmer in he \\ :n1. r! :'t ,toinl l to reason ((01 as the a.retutests matter of of the good Advertising business should Commission w nt risky f : y Pure Vegetable ShorteningNUCOA Calif Iceberg

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< due
to lutes bet Ing; attend! The Club is giving a ,.iN
broken bv tree limbs during thonol,1 > ; party on Fn--lay \pr.l 10 tiv! mebers. -.,- businesS LETTUCE2Lbs
Keystone HeightsMrs I Some of the men .
were out:: their families and !rer: .isInvitations
'il.:: !r.:ght repairing breaks. r.
rtm.
were sera
out this
to, 5r., :MI),>n.iiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The nt'wlI"gamzod Lioness., week.

club will soon be ready to Mrs
Johanna
begints !i Brocksohmidt aM,1frs.

I A t"h:"s; :>''r'.y ::"I'\ here re. !the first eyesight major of project.children testing in th!'1, Clara Seuel of Chicago who Lb 15C

.s'! f "i'in C.'
.+-+ ies.Uof :..istHtuiuN \\">eivvi'.h; 600 i Dr H S Xewins of the Forest. back in Keystone Heights
NO HEAD
( ,'f RU' F er The :lucky r>' School at the University: of the last, of this week before going Vhy invite holdups? Smart folks put their cast:1. OVE R15c j

!.shri I fn were A F Hamby FI"r.Ja.is guest speaker at the back :o their home, in ChicagoCopeUnd the bank and pay their: bills by check." ---' -- -_iII-i-1r-----r: .. ', --, -'--' -- ,- --- --: :.: : -:" :;: E
Jan es son of Mr
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r.mRborn. Leslie BeasleyKyle Rotary' Club last Friday. Dr. New-
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AnnaJanuvi.! kin the state.;: Fresh Tender [g
- HoibVilhams McMurtryiurn ins has a home here and no.spends \\' .OME IN AND OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT FIE f.trft' Sweet
> .iiul Kyle. Jr and on h, wa home e\pevt '

Th fish are being kept on cold stone. most of his time in Ke- arrive some tune ttu wrm His CORN ON COB Ears fi
serving in the Navy 4 29C
'Li storage art Mill be used soon by The regular meeting of the I
; :;F. Miss Mary Towne : C-.t
tit Irons Club for a fish fry. I City Council u : : -
. will be held next and Prof. and Mrs _,
ri.i.-is: tor this event were to have Tuesday night Thortu.T FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
.+ tens of the ... .
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b< "i made at the meeting Monday i The Keyv.or.- University o: :\.t > Circus VVholesun Brands Frozen
;=ht"n"t:4 iI i \\' weekend guests o c \' .
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;;M t hut the session got "nm1 -; j-
-- Club '
-- i will hold ..:t'.: reAJ: meet-. last week.'Tats I :
"I 1 i>t.' by the torrential down- I Iwrr 1 Cans
i lag on Tuesday, April 14. i,II I We hear th' 11l.natil' 'jl ( ORANGE
;H<\i.r several members of the.t I wilt be | : .', :n Pa: '-- :: jrto'idaati3nat jroun JUICE 10 99Ce
: .t! I., mg employed bv Clay :'ficers, a program meeting. Of.i I.the Geneva .v: ent,; w i- .] .' tweea
will be nominated for the ill last area anava..- :.;.'-. .:. .
!*o had
to :roubleiuI
gout on n.\: : yea!' al embt'rs' tt!.. :J' g"J : 1:.rev-.tt li "i..i.

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nmHI'lm.. ]0. 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARE FLORIDA
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Martin And Lewis V- . .. I i i : .
tar.performers ,. : VT \ N : vf F'I: : : t' 1)(bVT Ott fountain ('t'n-S \\
:n K be'ween: the sung ana I .. .
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Star In "The Stooge" i 1 That's : 1'TERBCIOh. \ ptdnt for r\.r,
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Coming To Florida Intrpers. throughout th fi"f-. 1 I.J ,:: : -N H. .. .. : -, ,. purpo.,'. S.M7 rornplcl- HK \l>.
placed story is a cavalcade tyesterday ...., ': '
," i. t.) L H Hitch v ',\e', :. :.. ,' t1lm ( lit' n TH.rI.1'11
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Th Hi'Kiplitsl bean Mar- h t tunes. Highiig. i
., iris Uiu mixture of mirth an 2 The .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/.
lei :.v Lewis comedy team ;
I i'melody is 'Le",.' side splitting \
*" I. o' < ups the screen at the Jerry Mr t-d Mrs H H JoVr. of j jSar
',-r lsi. :i "Louise'I shop bec!
"mi* The plot cuts Dean and I II' : singing limit!, : Jr r.: s t Petersburg Dr ,
<1.> ,1 n show business act with;I I l Supporting Dean and Jerry in I and Mrs F P Wood and Miss

FI j'l"r. por*.raying Use stooge -*If f,I this funfest are a group of Wmi He:en Walters; of Jacksonville
tIt' 'u'''IfI unapprecUted, memiin -,i i dom'. most refreshing personalities -I I 'vt-ro guests of their parents. Dr
Err +II f .:.r who is forced to;'r -- Eddie Mayehoff, a bnltanteomt I 01UKNM and Mrs W T Walters duringhe Coke
jalC ,f. ',r fluted glor.; ''f !.:s '. In hs'n right !In ill II I : Easter season when ou{& pahseftJr J
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'. It' ( II..... ...t> h. ; ,' :. .,: .. ',1,f, 1'.,1 1M .; E..:.!,':. : :' N Mrs Frank Wells and daugh-
r:. ., .. M fMII .' i ) f-s MarAnn and Nina spent
when 111 'npa ::1. .npol' .rl.rtta + ,
.. sir fr"in Thursday to Monday wither
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.1t h' mother Mrs Effie Miner MrWeh "

.. !j" toned': his family,here SatI I There's a reason for these familiar
ry ,
.1:Li\' night::: staving until Mon- red coolers in food stores. A pause: cl I r
STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY 1 r; '.\hen theall returned to I1'
I 'rr.r home in New Smyrna Beach for a Coke lifts the spirit-makes #I i

,iI V::. .1.j Mrs Howard Miner and
IT'S TIME TO shopping ea lcr. .
SAYS
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iI I r :' Ef: of Jacksonville were <
: T1Ftr'x : .' >d.i r.eguests of hu mother; I ) \ \ \ : \

'. Fvr Sjndav ii i iM R E Eid' <
ready : i
And they are
; !> .tr.1! Mrs. George Roberts

with T: (,:f s! Augustine spent the ; -
supply
to 'cLNi'
you
',vt?keI! with his parents. ).{r. : :
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all your needs : r and Mrs G W. Roberts. Sr.

-I IV I 11'"t NIK nf Mai h ha>s it a iu >. dry .. < ai u in all\' Mr and Mrs Paul Dink ins, Jr I II

mans. languaK': .. and thai) ab.nut Uur tin at..\. siring totaN. Ih e "f Anthony were weekend guests I,

The Best 1.1rI.t; tisliM illicit! aiiiuiul' iun pi uniN and tin ,..< oml larg',i atuuils4n. ff relatixes here.Members +: _

( tiari "> .1'.Id N i> UK ""lIlIn., 'hh'rllI.1n.. maili' tin Product at the llaiiiit"n I.akt rt 1111.\ from out of town were dmne--':
guests of their mother. Mrs J S''

Best Prices To Head fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTT? :,hufor<1, fr on Easter Sunday I
Kelly Mrs A If Harley, Sr.. i is Vistmg \ !'

8AYLESS HMAYh \ her daughter, bits.Blnckrr \M\"'I;
Market Group I
)D)ai i k New Flat (/4 and family at J u kar-
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\.lie Bich
( AM)) (MXKS; :;:; I > :Mrs (l. I ( ro'bs'! !
SL.MI-M.OSS) I I: tic.. '\I., elrttil i/1: Mr and :Mrs. D. B !Li::, \ t' i iihildreii ,

(Odorless) I :,(Jt'L' ..t th' ne'.s :\cl\l'IIr! :. IJniidi : II AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAItttlr. A : Elaine and Tommy.

?. I th., Stake State Fanue-s! ss ( hush New, spent the weekend with relative-

,, here, He. It K GWIn tilled his appointnunt in Orlando.
Mark! t at a meeting held I
ENAMELSIn
at Ba>U"*<; Ili way Bap- Glenn Crews who is n..;A e11!)
v.. ,-.ntlEd. Durban was eleited
I list chunh Sunday morning and I played at the Indian I kmk \ ,'
Matched( Colors ntil'I'Flt !' v:. president and County Agent e\enmg,; A large crowd attended sery near Largo, spe-::t the Co ;'

b i 'r Huggms, secretary. I ooth services Don't forget midw end with his parents. qtr\\ ,'. ; I L
I tit!>itr members of the new i e"'k prayer services at Bayless Mrs C. R. Crews ; ? \

I to" nil ate T r Crawford Rufus; Hiway at 8 p m Everyone is welcome ,.,. .t..
BSP PAINTIn Mr. and Mrs. Edwa-.l! I I. M
\!', n7 V H Ferguson !11'.. Wi'-' : and invited to attend all Sf'y. who have rec,'mU! 1..y'i ,. Ix ( ,

Matched Colors' \ K E M TON E I I t 11.\': Leon 'onm-r ai.d K: L Mat- 'i.semces Ulster; KCR: Hunt siding to Laxitey in Ft Mver and he. h I',i\v- 11".1"ted -:u'r: '

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I The younger; set of Bayless IIi- ins; apprentice training ,Ait'. !: :'" 1
I I : enjoyed an Easter hunt Seaboard here i
,I WlY egg Agency 0 t 1 Y
GALVANIZED ROOFING --. PIPE LET US FILE YOUR SAWon i
tt the church Sunday afternoon at Mrs. (; \\' Roberts ..1'I I ,
FITTINGSShallow :t t.lock! Around 200 eggs were ,
AND PIPE I I our New Foley Merrill Stnith of StuKf: '
1 idden bthe ladies and all but .
business visitors to lulr] J 1 '. ,'
AUTOMATIC SAW FILERi ?two were found by the youngsters. ,
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;and Deepell) f +I Friday returning : ,1'
Lawn Boys Mowers i' t 'Y"UI h \\'I'k'n'd/ day afternoon.

WATER PUMPS I I They'll 1 cut eI (Unless away church plans to Mrs L H Hill of the! F'' M 1 .
Made 15) Johnson Motor I lit.'W i whinlilni ,arr'I :. <>bseru Youth Week beginning at
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I area spent the Easter \11"I'I.\\ '
: on our -I-- -, U a m. Sunday April 1:. Paul I her home here

FENCE WIRE -- BARBED WIRE : I I I III recision ne. In ma-a ft:'.'I It+ 'J I II I I Downey. will Coy bring Alvarez the 11 will o'clockrressage con- of Mr Ft. and Lauderdale Mrs James \\.1.'::1' .\F.F': _',' l
I spent <
I few minutes r !lu"t the Young People's Sunday
I er weekend with relar 1 sLawtey .:. rir
>' o u J 11 1 have !? 1

saws faster.that I'm cut; cleaner, truer in, have school charge class. of La the von intermediates Crosby will, Mrs Jack area Brassell of .1 jk->." !
ng your aws
rhirle.s Newman the Juniors and .
tlIlay-pu'U like cur speedy ville spent the weekend-!hi i.i '

STARKE HARDWARE CO. I+ service.i Jimmy hool class Crosby the Adult Sunday: wright parents.and Mr and her Mrs small T duh'tt I. \:\'.u"


I We enjoyed seeing film stripson Peggy Le"'. who is 'sp,'>\<\.m.: . "... ,
J i, ( filch I'hone S CALVIN JOHNSon e : f. i .nt iy "f T' fer< rr\iA rnuraNr Se
Hitlgei rest. X C. Sundaym some time with her grandpuentsMr
Starko Ha.! STAKKi: C0('.\ COLA HOTTLINC(; COMPANY( (
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(! E. MadiM.n: St. >; at Training Union They and Mrs Frank Swtat .r.:

Ph. Il-J Starke, Fla i tare shown by Uev. Cwin.i I II |.Tacksonville were weekend guests' C'ke 5 a reu. I*ro tiurtiT 'k r C' '", A t .."....
i I 11..t.nal" 'of her patents Mr. and Mrs (' F
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'giI;, in nass l Hiwav Monday when Ernest Wells a stud. nt of .. -.- -< -- 'C' ., ; '. .
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she rtMtixed a cablegram for Florida Southern College! Lak. --

Available : Fist.r: fii.ni: hubby Sgt Earl Kir- land spent the Easter hihdi 1 1 '
'bAh i I is stationed in Germany, with his mother Mrs Mae: \\-i: GROCERIES
too Ht, says he is doing fine, only Mrs Mildred Cox and Mis Ad '

I misses! the ,,<>od ole USA. Pope of Jacksonville wei- 'II: .., Earl COOK'S MEATS

Mi and Mis W T. Crosby and guests of their parf'nb11: 1 ,iiul
I Mrs Paul Dinkins, 01 n E.i-'."
Mis) FI ink Norman and children I
In onlt.0 be of maximum sen-ice to our advcri.scrs : Sunday. FEED
.1111111': uul :Mrs Fred Haislop

i I were among those who attendedthe The operetta given bthf pie Phone 339-J 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
mary department of the loral
strive Singing Convention at th
/ ice to place the Telegraph conveniently 'I '
: First: Baptist Church in Lake Butler school on Tuesday night of last''I'i' (quantity Rights Hesencd

Sunday afternoon week was quite a success Those I TTTTTTTTTTT.T.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTT TTTTTTTTTYTTT
id thin reach of readers in this trade who for various reasons did not'I I
ana i Hid a trace visit with Eddie and 1-1.\.
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attend, missed a real treat in !I I
Daisy: Norman Wiersdale Satndix '
not onli/ our regular subscribers, but also the : Fdd.e: says he is workinhard iiThe the way of good entertainment! ) I Ii
outcome of the lal rlrrtion ;
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ir: '! D usx is fishing She TOMATOES 10C I
in town Tuesdaof th:, i
I mtis all her friends to come STEAKI.OILb
hnndnds who Iniy it on neicslands each iccck. {We doi\ ,and 1 help her catch some bigunt's week ga'-e Ralph Oarl1110' > 39C
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: They were up to spend. '.:' : '. I __ _
Eater with their children FA'\ ;,i .
are constantly increasing our newsstand outlets in HU i E i HOSEOLEO
tnd I J. tit'tt*> Jones and f II.! :: (O( TIIKHN: \11) :

Pail I'owne\. Shermar ('n'-h'.
older to improve our service to readers and advertisers md 1 "I'n. It> Hen Rowe went :.''' 'Ii .j. i Lb 13C
RICE Sibs
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i last: Thursday at Xooni" LjKtTi

alike. I n hii 1 real: good link Shfimm '

: 'A,is tukled! pink bei I'..'. l.; 111thIcat t Order of S..0;{ ( or More{
I auLh'' : 'h.! n.ast fish I iur-'. -

]loI"U+ ,! :::+ ; a big one for --\upiM's "''> '
III hOH\ SMOkKI) 101 NTR\ U.I.O\\I HOSE)

The Telegraph Is Now On Sale At )r! :,'" s Sunday R Clark with had all her are u''n..\- Lb
Ihs 4.89
drfn :tnd 1 grandchildren homo foEater + BACON 39C fLOUR 15
I Mrs Dons Hall: l and Mrs
IN STARKEKoch's ) orT OF TOWNValker's Belle Brown of Hetlbronn also vis. -
.!,>d he-! ::;Sunday afternoon I

Store Mr J R Kelly and Rev and OaD TKNDLIJ ( IIn K MK\K: (OH I IROAST
Drug Service Station
Mr O\.n; : attended the Vacation J' ,
R h', S, !h.-l 1 Clinic in Starke last l.b

Ducky's Harvey's DrugsMurray's Thursday Mr ml,!and Mrs Friday.Otis Crvvford i 39C M AL 5'bs' 34C I I

Dahmcr's Gift ShopCanovo's Sundries and i h.:!.Iren of Jacksonville spent ,j
Fi-tr':' S':nd.+v with Mrs, Craw BEST Lit \1): \\ IIITEFRL iI i
ford'! folks, the C. C. Crosbys I
RE\STONE I I
Drug Store HEIGHTSShuford's M'! B" .ttnio DothnngI's! Lb (I'l 1 RK !
Gluhs Lambert and daughter: MODEl 791 B ACON 29C 'I

Mitchell's Drug Store Mrs;; Krn es; Dee Giro of Miami. Enjoy modern cooking at its best I

Service Station were called to the bedside of Mrs. the new feature-packed 1953 3lbiar39C i m
T.irht'-x brother Horace B m
Cook's Magic Chef
Grocery LAPTEVMann Sthofe'd: : who was a patient i In gas range. >JI (,ROt?'. ) '"

m AliiMii? County hospital last it a
Nick's week Mr Schofield died SaturCirn j[ ,t Lb


r I West f n d GroceryEdward's Walgreen AgencyTomlinsonMaines afternoon f heir about Mrs D,'..\'_ V' t, 'I' HAMBURGER 29C : I

nn getting: her hand mashed :'-. POTATOES JO/bs/
i) i wit!hrag:: machine Monday \l-\lT li 30CF
Grocery Drugs :* ":.- ",) bt'! .<; were brok*" Total PriceTradeIn 308.05 L \. I) & I) RF I)

I..\KE 1JITLERKFM herind was pa.nfulh brUlst'J 30.05 Ib

FRYERS F 49CFYESii! t

. : ) in, MOKF: 'IHh.ouo; l I'E.LsF Vl II \\ EEKr $278.00 I I fi.\ :

- WILL PAY CASH

\DLRRII5: ) \M: ) mUSKET I CCS, dozen A 1C
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Young Performer '''Beta Sigma Phi .* t. : .t.--' H, '- ,,' .
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rr. Mae Ha'.r.Mtltxi: A\ia! .\it \aruier! ,
\\ ill Give Tea celebrated on theVee
Papar:: ,
Greer. 1-:1-: v .1 i> : '
F'rlt'y Manly: :: I2h ..:.a Kva: Gentrx
1 on the j ath Luke .- hipr.a; \\e,' '
Forew Rushees Roberts S..n;a A::< o'"St':1.: Martha hear that
1 : Curt
>; Roberts ,
s last
Lk J Home: :r audit":. to the regularmember ..i h.inie this wee* :" > ITMexpeott -:.. .
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\ .. weekend from
'.', .-: the Starke treat Tent .
1 ihapterPhi. ? boot
tramng .n Sa:. DIego. Calit n ,
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: c. entertamed at ahamburger On Sunday afternoon from31):\ ht' "'- ,.', .
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Gladys Mooty : #s.3ar aa .-.gof last week fry Thurst 3o ociiKk the Beta :. ;r..a lazge 1'.ret Brl\\\ n revrts we- : .: :.., ,.1! '.

Phone 35 ; '' at the Ph n.tmbers.i:! tnterta.n with :hat she -.e Ned Yanceys on West i
their 'a..d t t the '.
............." ..." ,-,-,----,._--------------- ',' .. :s: honoring rushees of a tea hwnor.ng' the r..shee.s a! theWoman's Sake .htther rv> i,':: See '.
m.\ ..
rng n,
: t 'n !hear: :h.tt It1aJo'
Club!
Nt-w; Members: I Open House }Held :v Li'e; ; ." ,::: .r.-i ;., hill .
k t :\ was held on the lo'eThe. regular bi-Tonthlx: n.eetingwill r

Of f Junior Club I In New Pastorium tand the refreshment be held Monday Apr:! 13 at

I lonored At Supper I! Easter SundayThe __ Yb 'I '.'. Centered,>f spring with flowers an aTS pm at the Sam Anderson r< >' W r iciah to thank our customers in llradfoni/

as r t J .. :-.' evening panes ar.dt : ider.von Cherry St with J.i".et and adjoining counties for their patronagt and
Th. members (,f the JuniorW'tfii new Baptist pastor .
.::.f f were enjove-J i Turner and Leone Lee .is piu.tti > .
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.:;, fiji\ng the .HV J.'.' tr our
I n,' A members Monday evening scene of a delightful "open r

: .' 'h A lovely covered dun supper! held Easter Suadiy af.". ELGIN SPRINGTIME

.<' m, < lub house. from three to five-Wirty o SAVINGS

Th. Easter motif jva carried I' Artistic arrangnienta ',: (Tour E1.I'lt'd(;
you monl'hen
tonal Doers used tr you bought it
< .n attractive decorations were 1'I Tour
EUI"ill(;
..n ,pnng flowers placed atP lout the lovely home in de. "' ae \'(lU money while you use II..l)

.n;' flf interest. At the tables; | for the party Mrs }1. L !'. IA WE.YOn! ELGIN: W.\T4.'III'Hl'-m \

her.. ',, ,.te favors of cosmeticsmil j If'e greeted guests at the
j peril-!shaped baskets of mints I I the receiving line, compos.i ': ()( '..tl.J l' r HAS0 t S[ 'J:S T7'l' T f.:

!"... members officers and i Rev and Mrs L D. Haint-.s : ,
ni-A: 1.1. i I..kt' ike c.i.: j \ tol! .t'.i J -.ii i he w ,is r.i.i
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M' 1Z Adktus, senior club>> j:Canova, F. K Heard Mr. ; p n >ir" ,,.nil! the:. tpitol I | --ii ju.st hail to ui.l: :: some of the
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:Green and II. L. Enwmit-! ,
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: .t.re presented tiny rose ,, .'. illaha.-5ste Tuesday. home'ulka and last Frui.ix APRIL IS DIAMOND

i ,r ijs; at the door and each]I'II'[ formed in the living room, .t x ._ :'t. :r. the crowd that went Ann's son. Seaman Robert Stet MONTHSAVE
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t..r: ,ore a name-card pinned I jwia highlighted with 4 Ii .i;' !nom here to see Charley ''anelli, \\ 1)" h.nl Jut do.tked at

j irffl| li blossoms .' take President Norfolk 1-4 TO 1-3 OFF
I a over as 0: \.1. ialfd! her (roar:
In the dining room the : < i ,
; .t delightful fried thicken I ..' n-.3 Senate Twas quite laboar,} -.h.p to wish the family a On Our I
f
was overlaid with an ;arm-:: :Selection of
Mr! *. Joe McDonald pre Imi'; 1:. i i a"ion. I understand wittrv h Happy Ea-tri and also on I5KXI: 1111[ !I. .\
Rrussela lace cloth and cm'"iwith : ffF f.R. lnrHtp.IEHlt': > : \ \ HI \l\ I IM ,
.1 :.1'1 Home Making f'1 being presented with jjKiilav
evening Doii J< iMtincrteti: ; .
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a grireful arranpenn. ) 1)1) \ \10mc) ,
,,:iiN; in a fashion show. The: -r h.;.e: floral horseshoe by fnendsand I'ndeihill received a Ulophone!
pink stock, white chrysanth i '. Priced
i "deled outfits nuuIn h t tyt admirers from back home call! from her husband A ho is at 24.50 t to $1000.00
and yellow iris in a low !.s::' :
ill, w'howl. Adele Scholl Hbowl I t Flanking the centerp.' .. y After the Governors speech, stationed in Germany.
'.,. < mmntator and lIar, the Senator was host to everyonemembers Virgie See Our Window Din plan
were two three-brani ned : r Flynn was hosts; to herd '
Mine Duncan played salon I candt-libra ., of the House an 1 I
holding burning; ; Intermediate Class of the Chun hot
tapers A matching fl+rr.tr ,: Senate plus friends --- at a reception
Christ Ed
at
an Easter
I I'iii'.g' the business meeting rangement was pi iced on th. t L.' ; in the Tallahassee country t'gghllnl Simpson Gem Jewelry
at her
home
j'.i'; Arre announced by Marilyn I fet. balanced by ailvt r caniiei.itii; i i club. where music was fume Thursday atteinonn

It'.fwi'' ,. finance chairman, to .| holding pink tapers. Presiding a* I'1 U "k 1' f. :\1 lHaioia: C. Wall Of St. !> i.-hd by the Dixie Lily Hi Points of last week 14 voungsler "Tlu' //uuSt of Fint Ijiarnondt..

'e> ..ina coffee Urn. Elizabeth the two coffee and tea servn s .\ ,. '. ; ;'" i .t.! ,. i ::.. ;;'i, "i .t variety snow billed as! ers Orange juice supplied by enjoyed the party Ruth ai..i!:.! ...

*.'. .. !' dunng the ..., the Orlando C of C. was served Paul :Meng: entertained 'M giie-1 St.tncv' Leaden y Jewele1'HEATREKeystone!'
?i Thrift Shop Chairman. party wenMrs: L. (> -tui > i I" : "! : It! : !n. Mttt.'izti I'h'atitm St. Augustine re- ;

"i.'i';, '.rvd I that this Saturday would I'a''ell.1: rs. Frank Be 1 rd air,. ( i.nti':. Ju ,i-\n-Aing tut' "n'IA !tlt'-;! Augustine Kcoid said that. ':with a variety of delicious hors at a wiener roast Saturday .

I 'hiThrift/ II A. lawson and ;Mrs R B Alvarez .d'oeuvers ning at their hore .
Shop at the Bill shed anti .
open j.'.i.>e ability' In his idle of em-cee: In addition tobt'mg "
.. ,. l t'.iinrrlv Serving punch to the Among those from here glimpsedrm thought it right cute that; 1 1..
occupied by Green master of ceremonies Bill executed a fist tap dance number
0'f] Members asked guests on the sun porch were MM. and around the big doin's were Caldwell gave a separate K.i-1.
are to wearing a military type suit of white satin with :
hi, its ilothes! to the Fowler home.tinit Calvin Houpt. Mrs Guy Sale and'Mrs gold embellishments : P. D. Reddish. Charles Partin. egg hunt at the City Park Id i .
The Walls are fomiei 1 residents of Starkn and are residents '''five children .
: Vernon Slkox. summer of the Neil J\ '
\\ "; stieet, or call and they'll ( Hugh Ingram. Jack Trau ick, A .
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The WMU circle of Kingsley Lake Y Covington. Frazier and Buddy Crawford !families ,-
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i* 'jti" ked up Wednesday Sarah 11rman. Mr -- Shaw. '
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T,.rah presented the books Shirley Pollet, Mrs H A. I."wsun, I Muriel and like Gilhool y. Pearl 1 had chicken pox and! ,11..1.I :'

.ill r n, embers present.year Mrs.: F. R Heard. Mrs taXlt' Beatrice Edwards I UDC Plans Program Burnham. Charles and Garnita join the regular Presbxteiiai.! > .'.

Thi' following girls were honor- |I Carter and Mrs U R Alvarez Weds Lt. HildrethIn I For Memorial DayThe Parker Kenneth Tyus. Carleen 'day School children who were '

,.,1 served as hostesses during the L andrum. Guy and Bette An joying their part at I the it!t1:,.' Heights]
1-1 nt'memLt'n: Martha .
Ilofii." Theda j afternoon :Olr:!. }1. L Hough! presided Home Ceremony W. T Week s chapter. U. D Idre I ++s. Bill and Alyce Graham. ,
Montgomery<< '
Sonj.indetson
-\ Dons over the guest book and C. met at the home ol Mrs L.... i iL. H Lewis. Ralph Alvarez. Ovid If you ever want a hl'Ii'> s1.: : .

Stewait. Opal :Mrs. Jesse Xcwsomv was in charge Mesa Bfitrue Edwards was married Dink ins on atternoon' and Davev Lewis. R B Alvarez of merchandise while Chopping .1,* 1 1-1'1.. "
M. Alile Sara Becker, and Deli :n a quiet ceremony at hl'f'molhel's Wednesday sat \pr/ in !11! sun, \11111.- \pi.U I I Ii ,
of refreshments. under the direction ot last week for their April meeting i Ruth and Steve! Simmons. ElizI Stumps, just get Eva Stump t i. :
res Fugp.F I I i I .. 'T
home. Sund y. March 2'J, r "I&
of Mrs. Sex Green MMV.. H. with Mrs. J. K. Kelly as co- abeth and Bill Noegel. E'frett1lcKinney. wait on you the other d.n '
I 'to Lt. Herbert If AN JIfFRlY( (ONSUNC1PETERSHUNTERSMITH
K Hildreth from
10' Hazen. president an- ]I :\Iuntly, Jr. :Mis L. F Umkins, hostess I Dc>le and Lucian 'June Brownlee bought; se\.l. l

mi, ,1| [.tans for the convention Mrs. One Wiggins; and Mrs. T. F IVnsac-ola. Mrs. Hiidreth us the Plan rinner, Johnnie Bennett Pauline '''yards of net from airs SInn,p!' .1-::': T "
'. M iiiiu 19-21 There daughter of Mrs Leona c. ":d- were announced by tne| I I : LURE :
April will I) andrum
OF
guided the THEWILDERNESS
guests wards and the late T. C. J Edwards historian Mrs L U Powell for and Hollis Knight. Hazel. Jim and I she not only wrapped the S -M'r r I I t

ne a Stuike delegation attending1rs through the new pastonum. :Mrs. 'o' Lawtey. the Memorial Day services program -j'I Franklin Ritch Jerome Johns. yards of net but the whole l h. .l'! I

L. A. CanoxM. in charge of the ''Louise which June proceeded t.> t.ik<.
whith will be given at the Kite. Clair Jean 1Iund '. iL
music, directed the carol choir in The bride chose a gown of I I t/ TECHNICOLOR .i
!\ home and didn't discover it : .
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ThoriHjiiest IHIS stadium on Friday. April Y t. L.-lia Mundy. Mrs J. B Sapp.
singing "ISless This Hou-e" and white printed organdy with a
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Participating in the program will 1 Guy. Dot and Linda Kay Sale. sometime later wm > to I'IM- : fJ'
1 lonored At LuncheonHniuiimK I s.-rrral other delightful numbers. (finger tip. veil and carried a bouquet -' bt the BUS band. Glee Club and, Elizabeth Nasworthy. Nell Gnffm. that Carrie Ingran's Snot Sh, ,"' I j'b Utl \

About 400 guests called during of white carnations. Her C S. Partin as spt'akt"r.o'olJow-1;| Boots Pe .ton, John B Sapp. was robbed again for the 3rd! "i' \i
l the of the the
birthday appointed hours. i room-mate and attendant. Miss ,
'
ing the services a group will go to George Kopelousos, Harmon Mar 4th time over the pasteckmd .
lili-st im-niber of the Tabernacle ,I Katherine Dantzler wore a yellow the cemeteries to decorate the,)gan. Carl Johns George Patten 'I'- the the \'es pot tire:[\ with i! ., I (JJ/( .# : r.
111111' Mrs Jennie Thornquest, with hat I Grs+t .
organdy gown matching graves of Confederate. Union and Rill Kronenberger and Lucian, about $50 worth "f men, h.m: i \\'d OO'iOR.Mt
in- ladies (If the Auxiliary enteriiiil << Hi-Y 1lernbersrc and carried blue carnations. World( War soldIers.. Hazen know there were lots5more 'dice I \ KIJed t- ,
.. .it a delightful luncheon I I
HiitMi.1. March i Most On May Ride As best man was Louie L. Wam- During the program a paper but just .couldn't get all i I Orchids to Myrtle and! Albert -- -
26 at Aver ( .
wright, Sr brother-in-law of the read on the Origin of )temortalDay their names. Anderson who are felebiating:

Inn I The Uradft.rd iii V Club gave 'bride. by Mrs L. A. Davu.Delicious Ann Stefanelli got two sur- 'I!! their 35th wedding 11\'I'r.al Y \\ ,. Thur. \pr.( 1.1. Id

Thi- lung table was decorateduith a hay ride and at Ctricki refreshments were calls the today rilna Stone iclebiated!
picnic Ftev. L. A. Shepherd of State prise telephone past I i|
low bowls of multi-coloi?. land's; landing on Kingsley lake ]Farm performed the double ring served by the hostesses dunng tnesocial !week her favorite nephew, j: her birthday on Tuesdav nh I I SUS ihePRESlDEHTS
-pei .pas and Easter favors.A '. hour. : born Easter Sund.iI'and \ I AN HAYWABDCHARLTOH
ThursiLiy night April 2. Honor (ceremony before a flanked magnolia I Billy Murrhee. petty officer j. was on an I 11 i i1C
niuhday cake with 16 candle The1: guests on this occasion were memi I i corner with close relatives called her from Hong Kong. China : some II HESTOH lADY

pie.senti-d. by Mrs.I Tliornquesfn.istf hers of the girls and boys basketball and friends present Mrs. L G. Powell and Mrs MattieGahagan I he's been overseas for two :,.;I her that her birthday won't fall ,
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Mrs Gertrude! Garland, I
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teams and their dates. j
hrated; the center of the table. I It The bride graduated from Bradford ,
; crowd of 50 young pl'ople'gsUt'rt'l I High School and rat red I
T.'n quests: were present to obMrw AssociationalVMU I II
at the armory and pack- I nurses' training at the Alachua I
the !lh of the!
\ anniversary tti l ink two trucks filled with General Hospital School for Xursing Sets Rally Date

hunmi-e,I hay. Drivers for the trucks were I She is
presently employedas "
h,1111 the honor with her was Dr C. J Houpt and Coach Harold I a registered nurse for Dr. Baptist Women's Missionary (r/o my eyebrows need re's taping.?

her meie. Mrs. Helen Ui Hrettet Hazelwood. jCh.iperones j :Henry S. Blank, physician ofGainesvil1l' Society members and officers,
the ride -pastors and all in the can't 1 chartreuse?"
Mu'higan. who is visiting her for hay Fla. persons "u/ty wear
were Dr. and Mrs. Houpt tr.l) The New River Association are in- JessicaL
Groom
I' this hnu.Mr'i t '. received a B. S.
and Mrs G S. Newcomb. Coach in Journalism on February 13.1 ivited to attend a regular quarterly "how should apply ?"

; Thornque.st -n-ived! many and Irs Hazelwood Mrs K: ETannt'r 1953: at the University of Florida'i I meeting at the Lawtey Baptist rouge

!b rit! and useful! g; its and Mrs I R F. ILtznAAUIlalllahuuuaAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaau.aaaa.a.a.!: I J.and Church on April 18.

I I was in commissioned the U. S Air 2nd Force Lieutenant the- The executive meeting will begin "can I wear eye make-up Ifit!'outlooking 'stabey'.r f 13 vI

game at 9:30: a. in. The
.. day. Awaiting active duty. regular 0 e 0 11
s session convenes at 10:15 and will
he
is employed in Gainesville

Held Over Demand !' !' i I| vv here they will make their home close at 2:30: p. m. Theme of the

4 4 By Popular i I after a short wedding trip. meeting will be: "Community
> :\lissions-the Heart of Our

3 1 e>,--The re>pon'e to our featured \alues lastl''k war >> I The home was beautiful with Work". 1

4 so ).rntif\in :i of banket white magnolia gladioli! larkspur arrangements and Mrs Roy Lassiter. State W. M. > : says .

> U. 'president will be the guest .
4 for another week. Shop at DKNMAKK'S.: I IMentParkins > : sweet peas. .
speaker
4 4 Space. I An informal reception immed- I a-- 3'

4 4 | ti i lately followed the wedding Sis- !: J r 'It's I high time you learned

4 4 I i I'-' ers of the bride :Mrs L L \Vain- +ltlili/i y .1

4 1. u rtght. Sr of State Farm and | "

4 4 ': ,- :.'a ,. :'I. > | Mrs BV. Tucker of Fernan.i-\:: : how pretty you really can be!
1 l
.4. : 1 > I Beach cut the three tieredir!! C .

4 >> .and presided at the punch b.I< ': 1i 4rv
4 I
E > those
4 Among attendinguftown :
> Let this famous cosmetic I
4 4 ...:'.- were Dr. ar vH.nry f at authority
U.' I 11_ K
4 S. Blank Misses N t .
4 h... > t' / solve beauty problems with
4 '\ \ "'"' ;;1: >* n.1! Mary Blank Mrs Je r your

4 4 '{ .... rims, Mrs Dons Duncan iM.xs ': i *

4. tt.. 1't Helen Crenshaw. M.Webb. .-, I J a complimentary "Beaut)' IVrionaljgi1

.4 Mr and Mrs Ca: T I.ir !h t
t v I IQ at KOCH DRUG STORE
.cta > \\ rds all of Gainesville M-! 1
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4 'lies McGill of \\Wth-- .
Page ::
4 4 "';yrtngs. Miss Dorothy \\.tb : If yo-'vo hxn ha. '..-ring f r anew j ..fAE April 14th Through April 17th

4 :LOak. Harry How:: ," str. an*: '! <. .r.a cr I
4 > photo. .t, r.di
e-iaipn: ju'rchance
4 ,
+ Tinpa: and Mr and Mrs BV
4 .
R *: T. Wer and family of Fernaiuhna!:: *
4 1' I1 i., ... h. Florida! Bring us your cI: ca-ncia: fortopdo'.lar S
learn all about the of
I
4 4 I allow! ace: en any of ; (,n.t" in nov art

4 4 Vctual Photograph (runt our Floor Stock ) > cur new photo,! eq.-,pmcnt. Comein AE- tt. : :: rrt:tke-up-howtochooseithowtouse: ; i' '
> NOW while trade-ins still .
4 4 4 Modern Blonde Dresser :s xl.k !1'"K E >>. ynn-Morgnn have highyalue. E !i. !' ica sketch your important feat:ii. ,

g 4 .* Mrs Nettle Mae Morgan and look these specials over chart, for you, a personal make-up j.Ln, :

4 4 \\ lIb -t>\ \ui Plate 1.1."" Ma row I 1 outlook
i 4 44.95 > i';'o Wynn were married Tuesday to gibe; your looks an entirely new
;
.. 4 Hl'[,'. ?tint t;) \ al >*; t':erraon. April 7. atI o'clock at Polaroid; "Picture in aMinute" .'! on life. LH this famous beauty expert from

44 'ue home of Mr Wyim j jI Camera S60.0a 0
I Re\Ion's famed Fifth Avenue Salon show
3 I Rev S. E. Sparks was offici 1! 1 Ka-tman; : N icilant 620: Sl .OO I
5 Matching Panel Beds : vine minister, and the only at-i I you how to correct your facial faults with
4 25-00 \ Arjru C-2 35mm with
w 4 : v:'.lints were Mr and Mrs Jack ,, : male And' learn how the shape of
4 Ue-:. S.Ual.:t Sale Trice j Wvr.n of Starke. Ca>e S2J.OOArsfUs : KOCH DRUG STORE -up. your

x ; face far lovelier by the
1 KH'KTMl. l'lI.\I1: S \I.E !PUKE 9.lTE };:) + Mrs Morgan wore a navy blue : C-3 Ca"l": S: can appear way you

- '4 ... ,fires with antique pink acces- !! Kla-h: S 19.50Hrownie r I arch your eyebrows shape your lip-line

\ : T \HlI': 17.9:1); l.AMT 9..)3 .
:DriesMrs
Reflex 5 7.50 I ; apply your rouge. Learn how proper

4 Morgan has been assoca-
4 4 4 :ea with Dr C. J Houpt for the Man\! more to l'hll"t' I from make-up choice lets you wear any costume

i .4 DENMARK :4 4 iseght years in the P..ijr" color beautifully! It's a priceless beauty

I-4 4 A ,,-d Ho: plta1. Daytona Bt. opportunity yours at no charge, with

t:. i Doctors Clinic Hasp.t.ilSurke : .'
-- 4 4 since July of last year Region's compliments. Whatever you do,
4
3 FURNITURE 'COMPANY .4 The couple left iirmed.atr'::. don't ml"" it!

- 4 4 Other Bargains Too \umerous To Mention : after the ceremony for a Shi-rt t 1 t t'
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4 weddjtg trip and will be at hoV11'IITRTT1n ere
4
..n.nn'T..m..m..VYVYm. here after April 10. PHONE 265 ST.VBKE.: FLA,,,


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BEDFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST.VRKE, FLORIDA FVGF FTVE
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to 1, t1' :. .., 4r.,: .. -:. ::i." F'a! :-': .' 1.': .!" L.- .

..-.j i Mr' () f L'':; a. .-. Js'sundae Ibl.O'to:: .ar.i '. .s.ng: r- .
." Mr and Mrs U. W. \\mte, Sr '\'I-l.\t. :ot-\l i .'r-.i t 11'1 11! ALVAREZ' STORE I I
I voiiri. ; 10 .\rri\it Clerk f the i'r .Llhl--ht.rll."t: I .!:
p I Mrs Lion Mourer Mrs Lost t tad as weekend guests. Mr. ana: la Clreule l..ru Bradford Ce..IF, By Ma'.in L t"r..t-% 1". ,I

Mrs John Black of Atlanta Ga. .. FUrtdai I. CaanrrrrM 1
na i Mxirir.I i Mrs J W Andrew I .t. hrl! Jdan W..hb. Plaintiff \ -- ,, .. ,
Acre in Jack..onvllie last Thurs- and Mrs C W. Savage and chilUrea -. Fran. rK VVejb, DefenitantCa onrc TO \rvr \it .'-: III.; -_'__ _!III '. '" Mr' '''''''' : ::.-- --._-:;.
of Jacksonville. >r X,), ,:5. ,. rirmli fart. lira 4 ford t .>untri .. p '

E C-- l gar Mrs Al Manassa and family ana i let 1.ppcar.. .rt.al. In Cliiarrrr.Fl '. '4
INTHE'I Mrs Fred and children.I II To Frames 1-: Webb .\ :'..-. re-.- late'h .1-trt N "rP'ST
Guy Mrs J. M Reddish of JacJtson11lejwere den' and address .- F.zgrra1d.ir.rga. : '! !' ". \. H t' ..1! \ x .. STARKE
I Ian- and Jimmy of G.mesvUle I ( : IViJan- ,' ,., \
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Sunday guests of M::. and; \*.lee T. .
You notified that tpprar
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M' in-' Mrs Ai'-.r. Iv,bbfnn A"f' 'aj,..... 'r i M I: M f: M.x.jn were I I spent the weekend with Judge and I II I Mrs Robert Green. I suit for are hereby T Her ..! .\ u -. 4
Mrs A. Z. AdJcins Mr. and T-ll't- ';. e and add t: --, ? RADIOS
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Guy SERVICE 4
Divorce
TV
.. .'. M andIrs : I,
.[IH on buo.nt'uI'ednei' st.t.'i'' 1 :. ? : 1 I Jr Mr and :Mrs T. A. Yawn Jr. .' ha been filed against you in the Y 'u are hereby not.fi:rd '...-a 4
Mr and Mrs A. Z. Adkins.
'i. and Thur/i Bruce L of Arcadia is visiting : wined the family on Sunday.I and Mrs 2. R. Jone I you are retju.red to serve a copy ot'Y"l.Ir and.. rest 4
,nil H-<. Tilted Mr and Mrs Davis I Friday. Mr the p ad.: r.i .f
answer or pleading to complaint -' E
I i Mr and Mrs E L. Middleton ; anal' has been f Vd: ... > Reasonable Guaranteed Service :
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I "",.tlt{ Kelly Mr and Mrs E U Davis and sons of DonaiCtsonvilie. Ga. on the Plaintiff Attorney a .1.5t v' .u :: : e
!'and MnV Q. of Jacksonville : lath H DnUlrlas.c)5 Lynch above nan: <,! >'".,.rt and :''t'-, .> :iiyou \ '
Mr and Mrs Charles Reids Mr and Mrs John Deax. Jr DowlIng I Mrs W. T. Moncnef of the State I Building. Jacksonville "Florida are re i'. r-.I : '. Me a ; \ ,. On 4 a
were Sunday guests of : i your a"rr ad:i, tbcomplaint All Makes Radios TV 4
\J' awl Mrs Herbert Green andM and daughter Sue and Martha Jo. i Farm. .and file the original In the office ,,', g . or 4
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'Dr and MrsV. E. Middleton of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on : !'e T't
". I H Fields visited Silverspunks pent the weekend with the senior i i Mrs Hogan Smith is m Miami! '.r brfre tie 11 da) of Mav. K j3. VUrnrT F..t.k I. 4 4

,., : on Sunday. Deal in Jennings I| Miss Dorothy Your.g of Mishawaka this week visiting her mother Mrs.,,otherwise tbe allegations of said and :;file hr.the "org'I": .1.! >d n"' : 'aII'! IF \t)1 H H.\IHO OK r\ sii: i IS '
Ind. is her sister I Complaint will be taken as confrsrtd .
h n.> White of Thomasville Mr G S Brown. Mrs J E. visiting R. C. Weaver and brother Lewis i I II by you. the Clerk of the -:: ta : ; 4

L.a 1 ,<< *a1l the Sunday visitor of Brown and Mina Dorothy Prescott ,Mrs C V Inglenght this week I IJ Weaver : This notice shi'i be published or before 11 drat the t v: : i .t NOT (;IMN0l; 4
1 Mr. and Mrs Charles Darby and :I Newcomo 'n e eai h week' for four consecutiveweeks f r TISFfTION! 4
Jacksonville Pat Sieg and Bert otherwise > : Jgi
Mr and Mrs Alton DofcbsMs spent last Thursday in in the Bradford County: Telegraph ?? 4
,
i Mrs. S L Peek. Sr. had as Easter spent the weekend in Winter Park. Complaint u kr.. ?- 4
and l Mrs f'hares Mixon and | ed by
Sunday guests. Mr and Mrs i Winter Haven and Orlando visitI -' Dated this .> day of .\ju.I I'tiS This you not tIt' i'
Mr and Mrs Ralph Crail and .[ (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby each j' t oc Call 198-W At Once
once
> f "
DeWitt Jones and daughter Elise friends and relatIves. .r i. b
family: of :2phyrhiUs were SAt'Irl I I tog i Clerk of the Circuit Court 've rtt'' 'adf "-.j .
of Mr and and Mrs. Emma Chalker of !!! Mrs W. W Page and son. Martin By Marian L Crosby Deputy. Clerk To>'+tranh -- -- I
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\ evening guests 41: 4',1 i -- -- -- -- -
I ,
MiX I S Duke! Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs Roy ;|. and daughter Merrill Lynn, ot I, (M'FFICUI listed; II ar t.:. t '. : ::::::\ t .ill ....11'ft'! \yt: l11"t! it'.t,,".)ttht .. 4

Ward and children and Darby Lake City spent Sunday with Miss \irllt:1u \1'1'1\1' 'I..rh .. ..i. r''r .
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and Mrs. J H Surrenry.ri'i ,
\r Peek of Lake City Kate Struth and Mra. \\'. 11 In Irruit ('.url, llra lf.rd ('uunt>, -
Ann. of Hudson Falls 1'1..1.. Iii Thane..',
mere
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Alvarez Struth. : Th.t.t- 4' >u..pp| |i. I'laut.t':
\: Y were guests of Mr and Mrs. I' >.,. !I'..f".I.tI!
n\ ti'l1'
and Mr. and Mrs Paul Raymond Mrs. Wilbur Scott. Mrs OV.J JI \ ..... ---. """"
!j' M Barefoot last Thursday I II < aNvlWr -- -
had as weekend guests Mr. and White. Sr. and Mrs. wave Kent 1. VppeirtT
n"I j'llIt''' lark of I I M. I' Sden. "
Kenneth a in*
Mrs R. Alvarez of Fort Myers: Were in Jacksonville on Wedrftsday. '.
,o .' -; i', Ea-ter with t and .iiiilttV Eys f yi S
Mrs W. T Shiver and daughter. irg:nia.
.1 i parents Mr and Mrs I. E. You are f.. :. I
of Ga. and Miss
Linda Waycross.
K! Mr. and Mrs Hogan Smith ana suit for
1.//{ B tty Shiver of Jacksonville daughter Joann and Judy Green Divot t.

M! ', mil Mrs Kenneth Kand Mrs. Luciau Spiels and frs were m Jacksonville on Business has been nanl1 i .1 1tr.e '

Kt-n, JI. -
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:sumln.\ : jUf--< '.1! Mi and guestof Mr. and Mrs Al
),fro gnu Mrs Martin Land will .ompldir 1'Aft
't |I' M BatHo.tM HartT last wt-ek The Hart- '-
an Gun
to attend the
leave Sunday l.l\v 1::\ _
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Mrs Spie.ss and Mrs. Anderson in Hotel Delano. Miawi Belch. Mrs and flit tht L. x
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the <'Ierk if- v
"!:..- "J..3- : Rockford whom they hadn't seen Frances Land ot Mayo will stay "r 1(fore th'. .
11 daotheru \ \: -
; ARE in 20 years. with Rotert and Edward while tn .
ise tl a"' -
s Mrs Pate Gassett and Mrs Er- Lands ate :m Miami .'oinplai u.d: 1 I.i ." ;aed '

Headquartersrou rol Alvarez were shopping in This 1-v you notice tl.u.i LL \\1, i'I I ,, Super Right Ready To Eat

Make All Your Trips Gainesville Friday i Recent Birthi ,once e-i n week for four Counts c'weeks .:." 1.
the Bradford
Capt and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan and in

by GREYHOUND! I. laughters Katt:teen and Margaret i i Mr and Mrs M D. Gassett announn. graph Dated ihi- 'i day of \p'! '. h!' y1 1
I (OFFIIALSEALI Charles A.I'attt 4 61b f Ib
Ann arrived in California avg
on
the bIrth of a daughter. '
TOBACCOHAIL lerK of the 11 u PICNICS
NO DRIVING J7JM/W NO i 3QCItlgNUj
CAR mount v, TO >,-, rut April 1 after spending a year in ; Fawn Denise. on March 22 in Doc- l"y Marian L. ('rust.y UrP: .'' .

con 01 OrilATISC YOUR C4t Chitose. Japan They will visit i tor's Clime Hosp.tal

One HUll II\. relatives here this week. \uIIti'lu: irri.ut:
In (Irruil <'vurt. llriullHril ('fount
lay' Trig Mrs \V S Colson and children I
NOIIC r. or i\IIMHIN: 111 \i'ri.\ Florida: In ( han ','r). .
MUiid 7.;.". I I.HM: : of Gainesville spent the first of I I'OH I.IK' \l. l.l.lsl.VIKl: \ tiiai; ,. :\1.1 %' grair-. PI..I'i
Th pulilu i- n..tlf..d that the .in Harold ThomaCiat; -. I'-f-i. 1
St. I'.tt'.hllr" i.ixi ;.!l the week visiting Dr. and Mrs 'Urr'-iKiird intends t., apply\ tll th.- Ca-t N

Hc'aI.. 1.10 .:.: Lemuel Colson and Col. and Mrs I KrKi-laturr IIf the State ot "'Iur..la. \.>tlee T.. Iphea r. I ;: \\ilxm) licod Breakfast
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session hi ISiT.; and at To: Harold Thomarav. '- o'
M. .tUKflltliD I 1.:0 :.!t INSURANCECONNER D. K Knight. Mr Colson flew t 0''I at it Mm.-it- regular noire than 30 days{ after tH- resident and address i> -'... 1 I. Jane Ib
of this i.otice. for fir coin Koad Itrooklyn New 1
Denver. Coin on Sunday where pulilnation BACON SSC
Nru lurk ('lty :O.IICI 3 he is employed with the Eberli 'suit forDivone.
New .' aiix-iuSinK the {'hait r of the ('It\ .
Orleans. la. II.KO 212.Hli and ..'.: ,
that ru'tody >
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Miarmaceutical (0. His family t>t Starkr Florida In provide .
\ ) .-\llle. N. ('. !'..bn.1I: in rash election of Oty Countilmen i I and support fur iniiioi \ 1 I. 01'i
will join him there in several):, there be! as many groups as ther.. has been tiled against you m t !..
([)linn I'. S. tat) BROS. \seeks are t'ouniilmen to lie eleited. and I above named Court and <'..uin..i
"e\\ 11'1 I'nnuum11 Meat Skinless
thatne City roui,'ilman be eleitrd you are required to serve a cu'your i \ <":
(;itivuoiJM: ()( n iirs' I '
:Mr and l Mrs: .
Don
Champion and! from ea h group. answer or pleading t' tb :: '
2N.\' : 1 lift Omrt St. the Plaintiff 1t'.i' Ib cello
STATION Phone .ih\l of Vala spent the weekend Jlollis V. Knight plaint on ;
1t41 Fvan T FV.UI1": L..lI I 1a: FRANKS 49C
Phone 117JStarke. oath their parents. Mr and Mrs: i han:< HUlhllll J.I.I.- .

I'la.GREYHOUND. Gen. Insurance M Hartmann and Mr and. Mrs | \ 'i: TO U'I'Ilti Fba'It. .
i, In Irruit (',,"r'. llrnilford ('""n',, and file tin i nii I'al in flu' i ff r r
I... .. Champion. i Kliirlilni In t hnnrrrv. the i'I. i II.. .if. this! ('..1 u l t > .
Florida : Marion I:. JI..---. I'U-ntiff! \.- Man "i !I., I.i! "'!.. I 11 I .t.I n f \l li I
Star r, Mi r and Mrs M C Ford. Sr. ... .
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I'. Mo".. I). frndant .tla"\\1'I tti.' I.I..z': ; 01 Suifl I'rtmmmll heat
..I! .11.'ksotuille spent Sunday with |I Cd-r No: I'?"iT ,r'4u.d i ,,r1'! \\ .. I I.. '..k'I.! 1t. i 1- I GOLDEN !

,....................... :MiDot r i it hv Ford and children pUrr\t.>i\ Tpprnr.I' M.". .who-' r. Mil- t.'I. I't .- I. Ib

Iand.tddi.i . '. BOLOGNA 39C
Mi- Johnnie Bennett and Mrs ;1- 'tkiioun' : :
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... !' notified that
UiM: ., itnnson and son. Ronnie of 'i suit You for are hereby a CAKE 25cI

b. Muimna were visiting Mr and j Divorce
'vi-.tits: or 1\I'1'RIFN1: : : : i has been filed against you In the
:MIS (Veil Sewell from Thurs-

i1P Ir Sa' ., .J KN.MU.IiS: IS 10 (,IMVOr :, il.t\ t.i Sunday I, above,o'u are named required Court to serve and aus-e a copy and..f! 'Jr!,.,,;"'" <<- ___________________._____ (lulrh 1' ro/en

(1 IIE'ITEU l SKKMCrAUTO :Mr and :Mr.s G. your answer or pleading to tho 1
r McGnff., Jr
| complaint: on the Plaintiff GIZZARDS I Ib
2\ ON YtU() uer' in Kusti.s over the weekend Attorney AI L. Schneider. :" E'1'TO Jane CHICKEN 25C
\ 1 I. Lynch ItuiMuiK. Jatk on\ !11.!' MON r
j
IUN. -, visiting :Mr and Mrs D. A. Mon- Florida Pakerf >r
tLJ.'a, .L.a-- i tit>!h. .1 land tile the original In the office oiI
I jthe Clerk of the Circuit Court on LOAN
2 Muss June Patel \'islte(111'5.: or tiffnre the r
\\ hllek
R A Barkley in Jacksonville on 11 day of ...ial'' '5/;: k
FURNITURE otherwise the allegations of said
Suniliv and Monday. 'nmplalnt will be taken as conftus 'Ibs
Mrs j U Kite and Clair Jean ed by you. POTATOES 10 37CSTRAWBERRY
This notice shall be publishedonce
UPHOLSTERING Muruh were guests of Judge and I each week bur four con-e lit 1\. ) I
Mrs! Hen Tfrrell and Dr. and I weeks in the! Bradford County T..le.gr""h .

:Mrs P. p Stubbins in Tallahassee I at..l thiJ d.iof Apr;1 1. I 1":. ''. UPTO t

i 'E.ii atReasonable I the first part of the week 'I OFFH'IL SEAL) Charles A. Darby $$300 ? Fresh ears
Clerk of the Circuit Court CORN 4 13C'PIE
7'riVrx Mrs Florence Lyons arrived in I fly Marian L. Cru .by. Deputy 4104151 rwv

Starke last Friday from Rush

You Must Be Satisfied or Your ('11\ :Minn and is visiting :Mrind I \OTII: 10 .trrKutIn O PRIVATE jnc
: Mrs J. C Fogg Mr: and Mrs (Irruit uurt.. Bradford ('onntf.I '

Money Refunded i|. and Barry relatives.Tucker and other friend;,i :I I UK!LilanV Florida hard .H;llmkle In'hanrrry.lMnklePlaintiff.>'. Defendant.. \". PROMPT : ONIONS YCOWCHEESE // 21bs 11C


Urrs TALK IT (OVEK YOl AUK I NDKU) NO j Mr and Mrs Foster Shi Smith. I \ To %pnrar. Case Xo. ''7"i,9otlce

1 To I.ilan \\'. Iinklewhose 8.. FRIENDLY
OHLK.AT10N( dumhter. Shi Ann and :MarjKnes r.dr'tie '>i-
and address is' Unknown --
:\ :Matthews spent Saturdai I You are hereby notified that a


N. & S. UPHOLSTERY in :lAs Daytona j u Deach Drennen returned tc I( I i I uit has Divorce for been filed against you In the SERVICESTARKE Fresh Colored Ib 45CButter;::;;;:: IVainit I .I 1 I'! or ;.::

her home in Columbia! S C 01!I above named Court and cause and
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you are required to serte a copy of
UYdieslaafter.)! a montb's'isil .
your answer or pleading to the
Phone 1 IM:;: Court St. Onnoxite! Court HOUM .Aiih her son-in-law and daughter, complaint on the Plaintiffs1th.rnry' ('rMku
H V Knight Staik .
M I tL'l Mrs Claude Crowson. i; Florida Pillsbury Yellow, Choc. orVhite Jacks 3 pkgs 13c

,-. Mis Dill Plaster an . \i! ,1
'
: of the Clerk of Circuit Court 1 U
i I the! on ozpkg ) 21 or 'pkg
> ,. ksonville were Sun-
i t' i i or before the 33C
I itJ'
MIXES
1 11 day of Ma>. 1i.1. CAKE
: i'. :... .eat 1..
THEATRE.STARKE h I I '.t.:.I- 1 I Complaint wilt be taken as con'Ifeasrd
l'alnM K"J;utar' Har-
:Mrs James Mathew! i i by you.
M i-:.1)
i This nvtue shall h" publihfdn PHONE{ 160
i '! ..n. Larry of Palatka spen t i ( e ea h )\ e,,K (,.or f'lIr r.ns'.u- Iona Soap, 3 for 23cItattiH
.. ., In Cano\a Drug Store
1fathet'I .. 11\ w..k :n Ur Hr.IlIf.r.J t '' tr %
.. weekend with Mr: i
I h

Dedicated To Community Service ..': :Mrs l%'. E. Dow ling an,d TeliRnihI',1, ,1\ .\in \ ,- . ,.. No 303 can, for tint
"FFl'' I 1\1 V! ," t : \ -. '" -,-- PEAS 2 15C Meat,12 oz can 43c
'Mutlea An truer Than Eter'If t imily :

Mr and Mrs. henry Stffanel Ii VYYmYYYYYYYYYn.nYYnVYYnnVYYmYYYYYYYYYYYh. lialh% IQr.. .da++

> ou find > our name concealed in the Florida Theatre .\d I ;std family spent Sundawit -
: Dried Beef 35c
cut ad out and present it to Ho\ Office for 1'UKK: Tlt'KKT > Mr and Mrs Leslie Adams 7-Piccc .. Sugar Rose .". 1 '*11111111

Lake CityMi 1 I LIMED OAK ,: ; Ilatlui ".-nna 6 O.in
Saturd.i \pnl 11 -- ONI 1.TUt's.., 11'ctl. Vpnl II. li;'I .
No 303
not HI .r.: KI \Ti HE i; f '"JAMES JANET S:mdafor: Mattie Bluffton.Gahagan S 1It'ann C ;:h, DINING ROOM .! TOMA TOES can 1 DC Sausage, ; for 33c

STEWARTLEIGHR08 Deodorant *M", Miull, liu
r -.jienil! two weeks with her 'nn ai,""i

LI1.y: :Mr and :Mrs Emrr.f tt : Dial 2 for 25c
THE ROBERT RALPH OktJ ,

f RYAN-MEEKER t.thagan Was -SUITEX315,95 : WESSON OIL quart 61c lilu! .Whit.. |I. \l1.
1 Mi ad Mrs J. E. Hardy vi!'i t

LAW w. \ ca ..- <,d I Mrs Charles Hardy Sr ar: E NOW 26995 : hlnan: ; -, Flakes, 4 pkg 29c

xv Mr and Mrs W II Bryan ink. .Swathe l Ie ,.\l.t.
\
COMES TUC, ; rii.resA.lle on Sunday. t Phone SO Starke, Fla, : VIENNA SAUSAGE 4 oz can 15c
J >_. n----n--- YOU SAVE $46.00 : Soap 4 for 24c
Mr and! Mrs John Anders)n ,

1 1 \S were :n Jacksonville on Saturda .4 Swant-e ColoredTOWELS I -' 7TT Handout '11I1.|.

Miss Sylvia Paulk was the ..\'t roll 15c
: Vel 1 Ige pkg 28c
A s -A :.s ni-h: guest Tuesday of Miss catlk ,
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VND I'lus "Wang It'llIn'.r.n'"l la 1 !lyn Creat the State Farm <('ott( ToiletTISSUE ". 53 fl SUJWr

The \'. S St John home was tCOna
2 rolls 21c Suds, ]Ige pkg' 27c
11'.1,1'1 LFR: of a family' rt>un..n t..e j.:i .

UNKNOWN __ weekend; Mr and Mrs KuhaSt (Ktan: Toilet |I. s\.K

f 1'hur Fri. \p il. 1 U>...174ory John were hftv fruit O,.I1.1 i; SAVE AT A & P WITH FAMOUS Soap, 4 for 20c ,

WORLD 1 Mrs. Ruth Constlano and chlldrof
of 3funster SU-Ho
Lynn. and Peter of Dan

HHIogg; and \\.a.1 and 3 Conn,. are home for a wt'ek. M f. .4 Starch qt 21c
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I 1'1u. ">hut Cie Top >:>r" t.114'.,." youngster1Sun. ; Edwin St. John from Hawthi-r I Heinz Food Values I ('JI'O

: ; and ('hapteru.. 11 w'ruilJ. and \'. S St John from Ann r.r .1 i I 4

tot were rnme> for the wetktnil a n1 1 Nucoa, lb 27r

y3 W .'n' :ex pa me-. who has been n: tJ:he t r t ,
1 Duncan llin' ( ( ake
\v. .\\nEI\\ O Jlt{ /k- 1.tr.r. < Hospital in August 1 .. 4 >

. ;.1 : .- : ie past sex month tr P'a' ----- Similar To Aboers cans Mixes, pkg> 35 i
- TOMATO SOUP 3 35C
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'i '' j : i': :r..t.A>ed and also has join e1
., Alon.1 \pril: 12. 1 I.; R' A Good Clean Used .4 reenn eenen es n.
DUN OtAX, r H_- ini.at the St Joins re me Slightly --
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{; t\-:..' n Ritch and son, John of ,, thru tur&iprtl' lltli

ItS ; L\: .'!'V! attended the B v. Tm,\- ; 6
J! K Al WALLIS'.. 3 TOMATO CUCUMBER -- ----#- # # - # -#
COME -
t.: >..:-.se Services on East:ern.i WAS $139.95

(. > ." : .\" They also visited tht C1' -

tGR Rji: K reps Gardens and Silver IN : KETCHUP PICKLES i
.,..::., 'I Ih1\ COSSm E :. } t. ana :Mrs. Dave: Paul Spr.r.j a: s. NOW 99.95 _

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Ia h..t norM New*
3 goo r. Ran St.
1lu:1, lluurof TrogrvW Sh,sit' iOvvr.ee. Ga.. on Sunday. Slarkenun F1td

;-=: .. Y I Mrs Merrill stmtn and MOtorge rs. : THIS FURNITURE IS NOT DAMAGED .
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In e 'i. I-oN of Mrs: Faber Mynck. Mrs Wayne Mrs O R A'\: are of ., .' .
I t .lctitityOur Rt".J.:.J !rs W F. Harft:: : '*.t P:, Mrs J W. McRae and Vanr- P:resc.': l ; \ keg f! .
4 f+ t community is cera.n:> a i 11..rddar.rn''' r. for TV.lahaswr.ere : Mrs A R McRae. bt: \:..:edhe H M Mt Rae. I ItTuesday FTArMrs' : P M Li .1, ,
bu. ; r!: >:::.::. ,... .
y place these da>'s. A ton- se.- Rt'Hal! wil: : : M I! ; \\'t'''" TIt :> :-: \' ,
serve as Mrs H H.
Lewis
and MrW
Boot ruction crew is working away :!chaplain for the Senate dur.ngthe i C Conner and daughter .ted
t r.-arging our far.-ner's market. : Legislative session .

.-i telephone crews are busyjrr.g ; Mr and Mrs A. F Hall 'urda relatives'. in Jacksonville last Sat
t f )\ cables, putting up poles 'I family of Jacksonville and Something! New Has Been Added
*:.i. wires. 'j spent the Mr and Mrs. Grady Nettle
Camp S weekend with Mrs Hall's parents and
Horn Demonstration children and V L Starl::;_
\ netting i the II M. McRaes. ;and son Joseph Earl. all of Ja k.
The Brooker Home D To The
monstra-
1 Remington Line
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'. .-. Club met Thursday afternoon, O J. Anderson of Moniac, Ga. sonville. were weekend gue. ts ,.f
2. and his nephew. Clyde Raulerson their mother, Mrs Alma Sap;
the
Afro at Community Center!
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'and sons of Bolter. Fla.
with: he president Mrs. Lawrence spent There was quite a famitx:
I the] weekend with Mrs. Alma -
Wiggins: presiding. i gathering; for Sunday dinner at
!!I Starling also Jacquelin Mater's of
the home of Mr. and Mrs Russell
A motion was made that thee :
1.] .< > may look dili-M-n-! A.::i tn -ir new Morin r r.'u .''<; but the three young n:-'n ab<)ve art {Jacksonville. Thomas. They spread a lone FOR
club donate $1 to the Cancer I i
r* ;.Ht" ,t or not !'vt h
01 MrNellie Swindeii, i&n'I"\ .: Veil: (i Crawiorour.j ,"!. : \Lt.1 Mis! Paul C'riwforJ. Tn.tnree The 'r of Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRea oak trees. Those who enjoyed the VALUE !
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next regular will
; meeting
,- ,' n.en were lasumate.- at liiaaturd Hgn s<-no,1 i .n.t n.emr...r.s o:f th,- Nitional l uanl. They en- be devoted to cleaning the center. !were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Courtney day were Mrs. Thomas's mother

)jII" : ,n the Mann Curjis! on Mattn: J ant a.no v. t.nj..r..ng Mat me b K>t training at t'arn Island i,The members will meet at the regular -|'!and children of Gainesville, Mrs Mrs Alma Starling. Vonn.e:
Jacquelin Meteno and
i 'Sue Mynck of Lake Geneva, Mr nephewDavy.
NF.W.Q A ROT IT FR VIPF. MFN hour and all members are Mr and Mrs. Nettles a
Grady
... : i land Mrs A. F. Hall of Jackson'-
- -- --- --- --- urged to come out and help. *
:--r' fiorge W. Ititks, son of Mruj H. M. McRae of Starke and husband is serving aboard the DestroyerUSS j j The following committees were i\'lIle. Miss Patricia Alvarez. Baylies and chIldren. V L Starlit;=
"i Mrs James Riclu. Route 1. i.f Ins C McRae of Jacksonville Compton which Is operating : Highway Mass June Conner and son. Joseph all of Jat ka>r
j appointed to serve at the County
j
:-u k.- :Is returning home from is serving aboard the USS with the N'aVal force of the U. Sand Council which :land the II" M McRaes. Afternoon yule Mr and Mrs Joe S Starling -
will beheld
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; meeting
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Japan under the Army's rotation LST lost in the Far West. This other cJcn)ne?> in a train guests were Mr. and Mrs :. and children. Mr and Mr
in Brooker at the Community pFEATURES
program. lie has teen serving asa type of landing ship U used to exercise that win ormg together:j Center on Tuesday, April 20th: j'A. R. McRae and son and Mr. Jack Spencer and Leonard Monteof

flerk at the Sasebo Replacement transport supplies, cargo and land and air forces of the North Hospitality, Mrs. Howard Wait and Mrs Robert Myrick and chil- i i: Starke. Afternoon visitors weXlr. :'
Del'". one of the large American prisoners of war between Korean Atlantic Treaty Organization in' ; dren. The small children enjoyed" Thomas's parents, Mr and!
Flowers and table
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mBtallarlrns for the processing of seaports and the neighboring addition to forces at sea. ]I arrangements Mrs Herman Thomas of Bavle...:
personnel on the Japanese main Islands. McRae attended the University Mrs Tom Markey and Mrs. Lot- girls had a wondeful time hunting Highway, and Mr and Mrs J.ime! >

land. Pgt. Pucks entered the Army of Florida before entering Ovid D. Bennett, radarrrt!n, 3-c,'tie Edwards; Drinks and bread, the eggs with all their little. Waynwnght of Melbourne In the

In March 1950 and was sent to the, the Navy In October 1942. USN. wn of Mr. and Mrs. H. 1\'I Mrs. Bill Bigham. All memberswere relatives-must say there were ),'afternoon an Easter egg hunt \\.i-

Far East the following Septemberirx'n Bennett: of Lawtey and husband of I asked to bnng a covered 'quite a few of them too! enjoyed by the children as wvll a>
Willian.! Blackburn,, ship's scrv- the former Geraldme Shaw ofFtarke : dish and table service for four. ,the
\\ M f'.a' t... ,.I JI'aln 11 '"oar ".. :!/1. t'SN:, iiiuband of is serving ward! the hign l I The demonstration for the aftrrnoon Lester Pee( Wee) Hardee, the I I grown-ups.
| Dinner of the 'M
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... kid brother from Jacksonville guests
not I 1 I. unM" 1 rt'd( Mi" he" I' *:;'Ti jrn i Bu'itt :2.: Stirke. Speed transport USS Weiss in the' was a basic oatmeal re- I
: stopped by for dinner last night McRaes Sunday were Mr and FOR NEEDED !
Far East. The Weiss is well'
'jcipe made for the members
--r 't I by I He was enroute to Wilcox to Mrs Eston Brown of Samsonand !
kn'tby the Amphibious Forcer .Miss Dorothy Ross, County HomeI .meet a few friends for a fishing Mr. and Mrs. J. C Sapp ant l
her support of the Navy Under: I DemonstratIon Agent. lspree j jISirlliday Wish it had! been possible'for son' Heilbronn
vater Demolition Teams I Frogmen
MUNTZ TVIS I I'artv* Ril! and nn t in j.'t1: ,UI< r.** feeli ] :\!:, t "'ti'i Irid,l ;,'! t''t" t' '.::, THE NEWREMINGTON\
Bennett
entered
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Mrs Howard Wait .,. ,' .
entertained i h I: tr r 1 .1 ILI"'l":" : .1 '. .' : ,,", :
in May 1950. I .. .,. ,. .
her .
twin daughters Jeanne ant 1:1"1 : t t. : E'I"" : : I t': :' ;" ; t' ..

NOW /N STARKE Sgt. James L. Wilkerson, son of Joanne, with a party on !::1t..t .-

Mr and Mra. Andrew Wilkersonof ''twelfth birthday, at their .>,..:. t. --. 7' __ ._ __ _. n ,_ .__ _
Lawtey, is returning to th'last' Friday afternoon.
I l. S. from Korea: under the'I .FACTORY FACTORY
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Outdoor
Q o DOWN DELIVERS j games were tr.jc.piedIwith _
rotation He
Army's
program. arrived -
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| Mary Ella Gret-n \\ lOn IllI ;;:" -
,i in Korea in June 1951 and 1 APPROVED ENGINEERED
the prize. e
wits, assigned to the GISth Mefllcal: I Oe
PHONE 78 Delicious refreshments were
Clearing Co He r'ntt-red the servii SERVICE V PARTS 0
served buffet style by the hostess.
January i
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i' Bigham.Those attending were: Joan, .!! ": ; ,ip;;;;;;, : Repairing:-ReconditioningHKAKE Just right for the small bujneis or 10 3 10 in. writing line!

professional office! This compact, Handles 11.;inch !
Beverly. Mary Ella Green BarbaraSue poper
Our Sanitone H
eeeeneNIefee feeeee.eeeeeeeefl eeeeneeeeI
Why Dry Cleaning full featured beauty handles
your
|I Davis, Judy Kelley, Sandra HojMiroceTob, |
TIKES IGNITION J ;
i .l.trkie J Mott. Linda Gayle Green correspondence and reports, and
I TESTI\: (; 34 Other Featuresl
Patty Mary Jane Bigham. Mamie AND STAKTEIliwivr { ; laves you money, tool Check and


wards. Helen Kelly. Edna Mae and : : :
Is 5 Better for Your SALES KATTEKIESKEI'AIUS
Ways lUtllie Ann Russ Susie and Polly

\W ait.I Axn1.1.. ELECTRICAL Only 113.50 Pius:

I I I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. BOny WORK SERVICE SERVICE; Tax

and Mrs. Wm. Lawhon were Mr.

I 1 i I :and Mrs. Fred Green and son, I V-NeeeeMNae a feeeeeeeeeeeef Ne---I--IIIS !1(1.ill The Feature You Would Expect:

SUMMER CLOTHES Harold, of Jacksonville. I Complete Lubrication Service

Among those present for Easter In A t SlamanE' Machine'
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'Sunday dinner at the Shal'eyl I

I l Fowler home were Mr. and airs DODfiE) ) : JOB-RATEI) TRUCKS

i i Jim Williams Mr. and Mrs. Rasty ;I NOW ON DISPLAY
Mann and family, Mrs. J. H. Kelley ; Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

ALL THE DIRT all of Brooker. and Mr. and' We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs

:Mrs L.. D. Polk and daughter, .\T

GONE. Audrey Mr. and and Mrs.family G. of E. Trenton.Green and HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

SPOTS TOO! y daughters, and Gene Edwards. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
; (juere Sunday dinner guests of Mr .
k 600 Ave. .
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\ Temple \ / Phone 69v
;;) and Mrs. 1)1.. Vickery. Jr. ir. .
,zt I I Gainesville. We hear that the \ FLINi( CAIIIXETS OFFICE (HAIRS DESKS)

I I children really had a wonderful YOl'R 1)01)GE PIJrJIOl'TllJEAIJER IS:! W. rail St. Starke. Fla.

UI time hunting eggs in the Vukeiy -- i
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and sons Allen and Douglas, of I|

Jacksonville, were overnight guestsof
r CLEANING
DRY I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green Sunday -


ODOR! William night. Fowler left this morn- and for your safety

\ \ ing to report for active duty with

III the Armed Forces. Wife, Alva

.H present is staying with her

parents, the Jim Williams.

Last week while writing up I

"LIKE-NEW"OOK BETTER PRESS the Lawhon birthday party we'omitted t
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i her family, the J McCormacks I I
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fINISH -
AND lASTS of Jacksonville who were

.tU<> present. Sorry'! !
RESTORED LONGER 1 Mrs Norman Wagner and with easier action too !

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daughter Tessie, of Game.o\ llt'. -- -
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ross. Ga.. were luncheon guest -,. .
''of' the A. Millers last Wednesday ..
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!. festivities and egg hunt at the E. I j! ; y' -: :: .:T. ",:

( COLORS AND PATTERNS W Hodge home on Sunday wvreMr : ', j

and Mrs. Curtiss Chambers I

RESTORED TO ORIGINAL .1't Jacksonville. Rev. and Mrs Or- II I .

fmBRlGANCf ". .:le Brookins of Hampton Mr. :

th! Mrs Everett Padgett and .,.- .
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,i BEAUTY AND K:loren.::::.Sr.
) aTy I BUviLsilale of Gainesville. Mr. and MI
P M- ; Wilson! Green and daughters.
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Mr and Mrs. Carl Edwards ofa.tesille.
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< ;, : Mrs Alex Williams _

Mr! and Mrs GV Parrish and

hldrt'n: of Lake Butler; Mr. and -'

You'll be amazed at the way our miracle SanitoneSen I \ Mrs: T W Markey. Mrs MattieAvAvll. Ik"r .

Mr and Mrs ---
A. Z. Pad-
-ice restores the "like-new" look and feel to Summer \ :
\ Celt and family: Mr and Mrs I- _
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Clothes the way they are returned to you crisp aod '\ Elmer Stokes and: family; Mir The/ inking; new del' Air Sport Coup, on,
and Mrs. Hermit Sikes family
and of 14 beautiful modtU in J great new uritt.
fresh as a daisy always! What's more, it costs t of Alachua and Mr. and :Mrs. ---.
Hubert Parrish and family.

ij you no more than ordinary dry cleaning. Try it today '-11I Mrs R. K. Wagner and daughters Chevrolet's improved Velvet-Pressure Jumbo-Drum Brakes give


and see the difference! end Mary Willa Lee Lou.Miller Jennie, were, Bigham vial maximum stopping power with maximum ease of application ,

SANITONE tang: friends in Archer Sunday '
on Chevrolet] owners have long been con- shield and all window; of sedans and
We are happy to report winced that they have the safest as well coupes, extra-easy Power Steering' and. two'
hat Mrs Wagner is much betterfrom the largest brakes on lo*
any -priced many other important safety factors, and
Let Us Sanitone/ Clean Your Clothes For Storage her recent operation, and And that is even more true in 1953. you'll understand why owners rate the
hopes to return to her home i in rf' This year you will find much smoother new Chevrolet tops. _

= he near future. .. ,_ y "" i _, e responsive brake action up to Come in; see and drive this thrillingly

ON CASH AND CARRY DRY CLEANING Our hospital list this week includes .. __ t 23 Cc less pedal preossure:and a softer, advanced car and we believeyou'llPlace;
1 000
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OFF l ion
I Mrs. II S. (Suzy> Anderson. I more v ety your order now! 'Optional a extra cost. ""
= ORDER OF $5.00 OR MORE : who underwent" surgery Tues- Realize too, that here is the only low- Pour 5etrng a.culable on oil models. Continuation
EnI/ / Ihrollanrll'reut // priced:: car with sturdy F hcr Lahleel: '
-- i, day. and J. V. Edwards. who NEW I+ standard equipment and trim itlui-
we -- 1 Con tra.uon. Set: Piat &1.." in windIrani u dependent on a-iUUbiiil/ marria.
J hear is still on the critical l lust

I Mr and Mrs A. Miller were MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR r.r
:-- among those from Brooker" attending r
STARKE
-.. Phone DRY CLEANERS Starke, the Legislative ceremoniesin
- Tallahassee Tuesday.We. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.Phone

28-J AND LAUNDRY Fla. the Junior Bighams. spent .

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Promoted -.t w.:.-. h:m. : RiIL:: .Iv.rnte Snik.trI: .\< ':
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I p10UR :To Hear Discussion STATE FARMJA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA 1 MCe.! .::! M, Rae and children:: ...' "
L: Mvlrt-! '..vereis.tors o: Farm i i\- ,\ ,., -. : t is L:. .: Ili; I" .
Of NegroVork :' -: \ \
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..r.par..ed: home by Mrs McRae s ,. _... : \
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! .. '. .: s M I:' .ari MK I : J Yar- ::.or.er Mrs J. A. Bouvier. .-.
:.-' i'h.r h of the Flrj'} : -
:' : >revea: -\h';\> l.S their Virginia: Erwin has chicken
-1 :n ('!,-.',ren will oe ni F : pox.
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: :aught-r it-!> Miss KtiBal. and what a case: She Las the:
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:-i.fAt at 7 30 o'clock A .- -: .
.->, ughter of Mr ant everyplace.. SAVE WITH SAFETY !
Church Methodist Church >r.'l spaghetti supper ... > : .1 i $
Baptist
v Mitcr.ell Bailey of Lake City ,; Mrs J. A. Bouvier of Miaau
;. I Ifc. '
the Women of the Char r. :
.. ,. <" c.J Dy M: ..ildfrs Albert J. Yartrougl Spnngs and a former resident of
'he 1'.1.11' Ii't' cr T! r.- M : *i : >r1 ; F Montgomery, pasts : "i: .rlY .
Subdav morning thiK .. rr.t-l' Vd.'k: I'r'Lay; .r\l!gea! >ou to I First Presbyterian C'hur n Lm J hildren of Gainesville spent the State Farm was renewing old brandnew

tty the Pastor will be "The attend senuts of worship on 4 4Suncbr. City, will peak to the :: -. -:tr with the Yarbroughs. acquaintances here and spent TIRES s

It.sen Christ at Emmaus", the i I If April 12 Church School "The Southern J'r.lhurch ..,!)\ :" : .' 1'. .:' settleu new omers. the MedSiiealyj -' Thursday nght'lth the J. C. Wal- GOODYEAR I
: had as guests fori !laces.Wells.
at 9'45 on Sunday morning \\"Jr" : :. .
'. r..t In a series of 'Teachings of begins I and its Negro
.... i i- Mr and Mrs II C and daughtekskJ M k
I for ,, .s.-'f Sunday.
tin Chrat" The Church with a class every age talk should be verytin.ey:
and three cnilaren Mr ana: raster guess of Mr and Mrs 1 1
morning ) 'rix I I '
and the Carol ;:group The Sunday :Southern Presbyterian Chur n ,
o.-.r will Mug ,.church service is held at 11 o'clock :baa simultaneous campa: -i! '.-. Mr Wilson Taylor and two Ch11.1 -,, J C Wallace were Mr and Mr.- i. \
f n'.11 will sing the offeratory d n. Mrs. Cleo Trice, mother of R A. Wells and daughter Mary { 1 1 1 1 '
Rev Thomas G. Mitchell will all its churches from May 17.41r: : 111
L. A. Canova Famous t
with Mm
inn Mrs MARATHONAs
'1IIUbJe father Isabelle Kdward
Mrs Mr. Shealy's
Shealy, KogeWell : rl
on the the of J20OJCIC ?
preach Sunday morning purpose raising
"i rv< tor of music Sunday eveningA : '. ..:.-i mother }Ir. and Mrs L. F, ?. tSSt'dn\' ana Joan Low as t i
<'t. "The Spirit of Christian for negro work, Halt of this :I1'f.- "
H the Chapel Choir of youth :. dy! and three children all of Mxmrun ai! i>!i J II ,,:;,'n\ Iitan,1 } tl
will for endowment for tn. 1 ,
'| { go
.. lead the ong service of re- W'oratup"I I' Church college Stillma1, .tt.rt'5\ilie, Mrs. Frank Katbbunr Mi:; Anr..e: p. a m .>v o: \\'.lJit'Y Ga t

y.'II'. tt-.1 hymns and choruses with :, The Senior and Intermediate' negro ..>... of Mrs. Shealy, and three 15 hire
College, located at Tuscaloosa AI'!
,.' j.iano-orpan-duo Rev (Maine M thodist Youth Fellowships meet .... Ft. Ga
:ren from Benning Easter Seal Funds
The other half of the fu.1d.saIS' :
I !> .",;ij*.. on the Happy Hour will at 6:30: on Sunday evenings, and I T ,\' and Mrs FarneU Edt.ntiet; I.. ..d
I will go to help build negro church' ,.e de .a
'*' 'he first In a genes on "Old the Methodist Youth Choir provides l lI throughout the South. \' Edenfield's mother, Mrs Lon Are Used To Aid e00t4aAIATM01
the'
numnt Miracles' and will be : the special music for ..
of Lake
all CIty
Eienfield.
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W of the \\ I :
T Jackson. president \ Crippled ChildrenIn
1 ,,.."Walking to Heaven I evening chur*'h service at 7:20. \\ hat an Easter hunt aU o T! J'urdyes are :,
group will preside over the business M:: ,:, :\1: .1 ., \\ 1.[; egg eke
meets at 9:45 :The subject of the sermon for ,II them hid'! Every time they tin the :low pr.c O held bto ., .:
-niiday' School : session The men are urgedto \flKt'lt ,,: 1.1. :'" !.t.. rJ" :. pr pra t-tlly e\er county of
.'h I* T Nolm superintendent.Ti I I Sunday night is The Burning ibhed one hunt, more people and the give you many extra mcl es
''Heart" Ji i iI make a special effort to be, muted to"lee president ot thei nine embraced in the North dependable femes. Dor t 1 '
Himng Unions gather at 6:15A present at this meetingPresbyterian I Atlanta Federal Savings & Loan I eggs came and the hunt started I.Central Florida Society for Crippled risk driving on worn tires Z ,

.Ti Lavern Outlaw, director. i I All children between the ages Association. The announcement all over again.. (' Children Easter Seal letters TRADE NOW for dependat.: ,
of C and 12 are invited to attend j I Mr and Mrs M J. Collins had. Marathons by Goodyear.
M1d-Week servIce of testimony ChurchCorner was made recently by W. 0. with Easter Seals enclosed have
the Children's Hour conducted I as their guest this weekend from
1\1..1. praise with the message by Sts. DuVall. president of the institu- been mailed and the Seals are being -
7th and
Cherrj
Miss Rita Robertson
each Wednesday afternoon at Gainesville
the Pastor each Wednesday 7:30A the Methodist Educational I'I | tion. I daughter of Mrs. Collins. seen on much of the outgoing Service Center Station
3:15: in Friday. Apnl 10- 7.20 p m. -ThMen Mr Wainwright has been with : j mail The annual financial cam-
> urdial invitation La extended The Children's Hour is Mr and Mis \\ F. Atwood of .
UutldaiR of the Church monthly meeting Atlanta Federal since 1915 when I paign ends Easter Sundav April
t all to worship at the services'I under the direction of Mrs J. R.'Wainwright I Jacksonville spent Sunday with SFFHEK: 1) (CJOODM; 1 \\
Supper will be served by the he returned from more than four 5th.
h.-i.i f at the First Baptist of Starke the P. S Crewses Mrs. P. SCrews L S. '{01 at South ( its 1 imitsnt
Women of the Church. Rev. E. F.' of service. He
years military Less than
I and Mrs Spencer Crews ten per cent of the
I Midweek Prayer Service. and Montgomery, pastor of the First holds a B. S. degree in Business i
funds raised
I and Billy spent Friday through go to national: heid:
St. Mark's Episcopal !! Bible Stud is held each Wednesday Presbyterian Church Lake City Administration from the University I, Sunday visiting relatives in Au- :quarters. The remainder .-. devoted

IS- '. K.; MSl'MUYS 1"dUalu"I..lul. will be guest speaker. of Florida and an LLB :
Kajmond evening at 7:30 burndale. to various programs .m:'1 tied SALES *

.. IIr :.rr.k-rra i I II Saturday April 11 -.- Dlatnc degree from the Atlanta Law Guests of :!T. anti Mrs L. R.' and carried out by the 1"., ,i: Vr

Church of God Spring rally of the Youth Fellow I! School He is also a member of i Thomas on Sunday were Mr; societies In this conne. n,.p th.! t

J.'i am. Chunh School 11 I I ship at First Presbyterian Chiirc the Georgia Bar Association. : Thomas son Mr and Mrs. T. W. North Central Society mndu' :- i
J Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Lake Registration will be lieutenant I I
City. Mr .
Wainwright is a
Morning Prayer & Sermon; II Hill and two children of Gainesville : summer camp at Crystal I-tk. ,':
i Worship 11 am. Evening! j I gin at 9:30: a.m. colonel the reserves, I .
a ''.""i p m Young: People's Serv- in Army i: MT Thomas' son, Lt. \Vif- cooperation with Alaihua ('.>tmt\
Service 7'20 m. YPE Service '
:
league p Sunday School -- 9:15: a.m.-I commanding the 507th Airborne ham Thomas stationed at Ft. Ben- Here not only handicapped <'h'i::
Tuesday, 7:30: P.m. Prayer Meeting ,' Ralph Yarbra)'. Supt. Come and Field Artillery Battalion lie par- : ,
IIOI.V (OMMI'.MOV I ning, G I. scent Saturday night dren of this section of Ihl'.I! !
7:30: p.m. Thursday. | brIDe a visitor with you. ticipated in five major campaigns'in and Sundaywith the family. are given expert attentmn brroom ; 1
: t Sunda11 am. 3rd Sun. UMtey I : $
Morning Worship Service 1 the European theatre during' Enroute to Monroe Ga. and moving has been found for others
da.. 7 :il) a m. !
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
a.m. "The Protestant and Confession and holds the :
World War II. from Orlando. Mr. and Mrs.
from counties outside of the listrict
i iI I : < -
I IIIIIXYT >> 11 YPE
Worship a m.
mg Serv-j Youth Fellow
Sins"
of bronze star. lie is an alumni G. L. Cox and Cookie were Sundayspendthenight .
::41 pm Ltt.im &; Meditation ,I, tug Saturday 7 30 p mi I II ships and Junior Choir--7 p.m. advisor of the Georgia Tech chap- i guests of Mr. and
1\ III. Choir Rdiearsal.III i i A new- program Is in the n;;ak;
;j' Evening Worship Service-!8 m fraternity
p ter of Lambda Chi Alpha Mrs J M. Bradley.
Church of Christ I "The Message of Ezekiel." a Mason a member of Friends of L. R Dean were sor- ing whereby expert care and gu.:
( 'K(II CII' ,u"S; ( IIKIsI) dance will be available thr..ugh-
Corner 10th and .Mr.Mahou: Tuesday, Apnl 11 --!ij p.m. -", Delta Suma: Pi professional ry to hear of the death of his
or LvriKi: : I IY s\ivis The ircles of the Women of the. out the year.
!ratemit\ and an elder <>f Trinity : mother. Mrs. Cary Dean of NewYork. Buy
Bible School! 10 A. SI.
In broadening its activities the
Church will meet as follows: Cir "I
'niies each l1nllay in oM l Miin and 7 3l I'reshutrian. Ch'ir in Atlanta. .
Pr..ltl'hln11/: A M : i, :
Hall on 1'. fitll; St Sunday ''P.M rte! 1 wIth Mrs W. J. EpJ>t'l'son. Jr I I'I I Mr and Mrs E. C. Long Martha North Central Society feels thatit twice
('in'le 2 with MM. \\'. T Jackson 'I R. L. Dell Easter merits public support as never _
and Mrs. spent
li nl Id Sat Bible Stud
;' a in inifiH Si\ Prayer Meeting and ) Funeral Monday
Wednesday. April 15 S i Fe a before It hopes that most of much for
: C tO( pin hvet: \ .i inwt'l'oini* each Wednesday 7 30 P. M. pm. !! panicking on Lake Santa as QS
1'i.tyer, nvetins and Bible Study., For H. B. Schofield !I party to the family gettogetherof : the 'etters which have been mailed!

------ :'JO p m Choir pr, ctlceWe i the G. B. Colsons of Brookor will occasion a return much greater only one cent more !

issue a special invitation t o, Horace B Schofield 63, a resident Miss Ida Luffman of Ocala visited than has been the case in past

any who would like to worshl;p> of New River died Satur- her aunt. Mrs. J. B. Caldwell on years. .y

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke with u> day. April 4, in Alachua General Friday of list week

Hospital following an illness of Sunday Miss France t Caldweli'I St. Edward's Church

At The Tabernacle three weeks He operated a gro- with Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yaw l r

r/III------,-------,,--------,,-----, ,. ,N I I and little sons spent the d Iy m St Sunday Mass at 9 15 a. m.

!KiUV1S: : I \IXis.: Pastor : A Fellowship Hour of musi
Jefferson! and (Court Streets In The Heart of Town and message will be the progran L he moved to New River Station i Mrs. Enice liradshaw and chit.i, Children's Class Siiturday 11
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I'hones Offici 2:11-: : I I'astorium ISO: ) at' the Gospel Tabernacle tonigh t l' where he built a home. dren of Ml Dora arrived FndajI r a. m.

._----------- --,-----------,--,----------,-- I i (tl-'ridan) at 7-30: o'clock The mu.j! Mr Schofield was born In-Alabama I to spend the Ester weekend ai t t Kcstone HeightsWomen's : DRUG STORE

Morning: Serf ice "Teaching of the Ili!'.en ('hri.l"LeningSertiee"OkI'l'eslament ;sic will include numbers by trom Oct. 10, 18S9 He was a the home of :Mi- i I'.ia: -!haw: ( ("ub'I ,

:) : Miracles"Sunday ; bone, trumpet, harpaphone, piano'j veteran of World War I and a paren'M: I- i" MK! : 11 e' \ :-. .' I :Mi I' s I'IIO\ E: tit( .;T\HhF.: I 111.I

; M1 B' '- \ i ..... ,, I., V! ,
and youth choir This servic I member of the American LegIOn i : ii' :
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St'rmllns: t 11:00 I : \1. 7 ::w 1'1. I marks the 20th anniversary of th Surviving are his widow. Anni-' ..... ..
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: of the Mission Hall I I Kendrkk Schofield New! RI% M t' ; ; -
Sunday School !9:15) : !: A.M. Training: t'ni.m lilt: P.M. foumhng an

Miilueek Sen \\ednesday! 7:3O::!() P.M. I Tabernacle work on April 7. 1933.1 a stepdaughter, Mrs Bernice Pol.I 1-

--------------------------------------------- :Members and friends of Christiai ijlard. California; two sisters anti
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I'Oll) rilKKTU: : \NSPOKT\TIO.N: : { : W"! k are: invited Refreshment!s[.several half-brothers and sister!

--Phone -(1l;r;-J un Sunday W: Funeral services were held :\1"1 i ii .

;! day afternoon at 4 o'clock M 1:0'
"" --" the i in :
',- '. i' i \ following program. VTI1AS'THIS
'C'\- ", _,, !:- ,: )i41;.( : w" ; '
\ <,landing part of th. :New River Baptist Church Pij ,:

'. bearers were members of Am.,T
.h i I" --r1.'ire at the Tabernacl > j -
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w A t' the t harmonious singing o f can' Legion Post :56 An.mt-! ; ',

,he \'mine people in the choir an J menu w,'ie in ihtree:: "f 1.i'\ .. '

Sermon Sond11.: ., S p.m. ,"..I.!,. numbers Flower gifts fron, (' Junei"JTYTYYYTYTTYTYYTYTTYTYTl


{ _! 1, 1 thoughtful friends were used it n. 'I""
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decorating and were much ap .

J. Almost Persuaded1Hear predated garden The scene Resurrection formed a morning background : LONG BRANCH 2 or 3 BEDROOM


l for the messages of th e,
i I II)' :\Ir... J. I.. 'tridlandI.
1 } This Mes"lge h\ the \Pa-tor sponsor

The Youth Meeting Saturda+' I........................ ISHA1
.. -. I night was in charge of Mr an II
The first t : held J ] HOME
senuevsre :::1
Mrs: Milo Smith The meetin g H
First Baptist Church, Hampton this Saturday night will be con_ the new' tr.iriti: 1- ,l.t"r Sarvlu 1
even th'>ugh tae tloor i-.n : ,ul i II.'J
d'uted bv Mr and Mrs W. IMi ,
lloli ( PatorIJihle and we have unly a
temper
.rix. :-
Kinnev Young people of al..1 1 ;
hook up for lights. Sunday :Si him. ;
:dwul l 10) a.m. Don Hill :Superintendent ag.art' ordally, invited rated 100 per rent the first tsar:: FROM
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this has been recorded for I
l B. T. I'. 7 p.m. Frankilliam' *. Director) Christian Church a hlr. Yifsnl'

time.Mr. m. And In
"\\ed p.m, Hour of Power Ira\ l'r Meetinu""The 'or. Call and Christian :sjs. and Mrs. Kosco Wainwngn'and Easy

Mr: and Mrs Carl Pe.v o::

ihunb \\here Ier11Ni111 1 I U Somehndv". !I' :h believed that the ne\r I Green Cove Springs were .nr.on.; GET 4 PaymentsCHOICE

,, h building will be complet Ii .
I' the Msitors at these first ;Pries
I
'>M"i,: three weeks. Service:S ,
: : -. : The Pews have given us then pI.ln
::.rue in the American Le_ for the church and we appie a'.' Down\
'IIIr!:! I
'. \ until that time
: me I this gift very much. The Bi.i' f

I I1: ., School 9.45 a. m Morn1c. Creek Association donated the

''-hip! and Communion 1:L 'seats we have been using :n in 100 WITH APPLICATION

NOTICETOBACCO -. -iimn.: "Cost to the Faith- tent also $15. We also have 1'X'

song books that were donated tn'j
$100 STARTS CONSTRUCTION
C'-.an! : Endeavor 6:30: p. m:. t a nice new pulpit has been pr.tn.- *

!H "f film on "Our Bible'' ised when we get the du.d: ::j LARGE LOTS

i J" > ei."j: ; message "Shut thi e finished so it can be installed! 1\ BALANCE ON POSSESSION

1 I'7 30 p. m.pr.iitice will need some seats and *"J:1";: *
BEFORE YOU BUY FROM ANYONESee
.' Monday 7:30: p. tables" before we can do the ',t .> K STILL AVAILABLE AND

i" W Colson home we are determined to dot in :::.-

M! !\\eek Prayer Service a new bu dlng.

Us For Prices On Curers .' ; tr'tage.' Wednesday 7:3i: (1"e have our Intermediate T:a.r. Pick Yours Out Before Approved ONLY
... $ Per Month
.
ing Union sarted now with a '::,

A v:..iitv welcome awaits you a tj all to ourselves, so we will be 1 img '.r:. It's Too Late ,16.00

"' 'et u> provide you with thermo-taticall controlled I. : -e services "where a rut. i for all of you intermedia : By VA Includes Insurance

hurn'r tor nnll'l.ETEI.FE: : tobacco Vunns.Ihee ::. : : "- -e\er a :;t ranger '. Ii!i come and be with usVe need, j...

-- : '> ''.\,1:01't: i ; >'.,I,,!r. M.nste r.You., Juniors and Adults also

pio\ed advantage- (CASTOKAC; to curing 'pellmore I G.'rtie Faircloth spent the ,lay 9 Large Lots a Sliding Closet Doors g.

- clear profit for jou. ,.:;.' ', ::, :. : ,- .,. ;:::' i II, :Sunday. and Jim with Godwin the Westberry families Grrs She: 6 Engineered Drainage Forced Air Furnace F


HEAR BETTEROR -.t' S tr.ese folks are getting a.,..r.w g e Hardwood Floors
1. (. ure- out better ijuaht& > and weight of tobacco. O Landscaped
> : > 11!l though they have a.m ..
111 :1.! \ulomatic Temperature control .Noatchinu.:!. PAY NOTHING! >. on the sick list Aluminum Windows Plastered Throughout :
1

i :.t. i lean odorle.... heat. No Smoke No Fume II IN nlEY lit! CIIHITEE!! 9 Tile Baths Youngstown Kitchens
1I00.tI'Tl"'T fllfRCH

I. PoituelSafe. State .PP roved. Tlltra: ... 1

9 :';:1.lY J School 10 a m.: Prea,h- ABOUT TO CLEAR APPLICATION
sa? .t. I ower .\\ ,'rag e l wring Time.
= .:.j: :Senice 11 a. rr: Training 3 WEEKS YOUR a

-, (I. 1 1.11\\ Maintenance. Minimum part replacement.! t';:...!: -; pm : Evening Ser\e E

= 7. No lines to 1\ d. No Klectricity needed HEARING AIDS "r. P.: b:;
A church earnestly conteni.n

:- :>;. No I'lui'No: StackNo: : tent pipe-. :.ia ..itAT iii ':'C',5 :i 'or the Faith which was one JeAered CONTACT I

.a:. -- tans eu... *: r-v.-n : unlp;! the Saints" J.ne
--..'. 1 CM; $75 a ....:.... .........1 ,
i A 'AeKon! awaits you

- 1 See Us Now: CANOVAPHARMACY 1 Merle Packman p..-i r A. J. THOMAS, Jr., County Service Officer e


:- I'K-NTECOMAL HOLINESSCHfKCIl '
.-sir. SLIt TH! rOl'nI STREET


SLADE GAS CO.T Sunday Morning School Service 10 11 a.m.&.m.I ALLIED HOMES. INC. FOR I INFORM'-VTIO.N( L\JJ. ,\\ .'::71t; {>

I Evening Service 7:30: p.ra.
(Phono let; Starke." FlA.A.AU..u. ::I.
Pra\t-r Meetings! Nr.U: ;

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PAHK EIGHT BRADFORD rol TELEGRAPH.. STARKE FLORID

HtlUA\', AFKIL 10.I 1933th
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Democrats Thrift Shop Open Hraoffer" ('.onllarkr .. 1Iich '.,,_1. : : .. ,, ,, -
Young I \ .I" !" 'r ,, ., :,.. d .
Rain I'UrU e S '
6HS ;
Rites Tuesday Upsets Baseball Schedule .i. the ." ., ray : .i.-ot' -
a h. .
d. .
Krkkilliaii .. I-.t': ,
To Meet April 17 This Saturday .l lanir B vl;, Iwrlda.Toll ".. tanlrvrhv ". '.. :sgJ'n th-, .I "." ..-101 n,, r'ltht f n f.1'.d* '" '-,. .

HrkjibiliiaiU.B "I< 1I1'.I..r .- K i :ea .. "
th
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Tullrtv Kru kfr Mrkwl "- ri.I w "; n
of Th Junior WoTan Club Hi .. llr.*krr. ..l.rld... I ;. Virga-tt; I'e-e dfveas-. al,'rg said: '-t o'T\' r::sht "' "
The Y',ung Democratic Club For N. Maxwell s w Tni eaher ha.-placed: nay, HI,: Ja ksohit safely anl p.\- t. .< rff t 1. l'xrr. drrasrd andr ,
\: x \ -r' -i i'r: ,, *;<. 1'. >; gtF: Pa. f. di i'ne > f State I. jtA .'i11 t1' tt.
r& Bradford County will hold its April open a Thnft Shop" in the biald- with Coach Hobbs baseball! pr ai ers and Kopelousos each hfit '-t 1',1 .i ttr w .. : :'. '- IH--><>">. h.., "Ie ,.r v vU.n-ing eased. and li> ail!!. 1"'II..n with, the Jvn.'h 1 niVnter '
jin) in- .
busings mooring a*, the Amtt in the f'>iio"' in( d..rih..d'nd. Street 'A' n '. e"" ".I
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A h d MMr thenrun '
Continued from > pije! t or In ae.trrlg al.SK:
one group tuate I'
..., Legion Hall! Friday night. Apru 17. page ) Green attys on Court Street on' The Tornadoes were rained out of struck out and 6 received free ?f pr,'Jr.t, rs:ust b* .>.<....pan.d: !b' !' U t -" :t : Bradford Court* :' Uh hl1r' ''''"I"r M-,
( ; a ot-rtifi ,'h..1. ..r 1..1 t thnd f,'r 4 .t"I.\" f, '
I than.'unt t
in >
at 8 clock ed as manager of various hotelsin Saturday. April 11 from Sam I their game with the Green Cox e | bases. ..f f.\r i>." tent .>f the l<..-.. F: "I'. she. 5..'ithiM.t c.rn..r of Iint .'f 1 II. k 1 t .i:
number of routine business to 5 m. Springs Blue Devils last bid as gu.r r.t.-r that the ruddf- .1 S. uh. y.art.r/ r X"rth.1u sjdY.
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A New York, Ohio and Florida; p Friday Sidney Jackson center fielder i !,/ awarded the X\\'I.\ (
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ntrd..t 1111.1 \
v with "
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t. ,
matters will be d 'cussed and resolution hU first venture being the ownership | Clean clothing for all membersof night and again out of a practice ;i has played in 3 games been at ten toni-ei: !jl\r. ..alrrdal daaf'rr K Iii:. n :!s Township a S Range. Ii: n,.>tif,-...!a that'.d ej., I'a "'".'
rat' S jth *
I r-
s
di"trre
for presentation to theIrglsta'ure : of the Maxwell Inn at Ben- i the family will be sold very !session Monday afternoon, but bat S times, and collected bits award written! r-"nt.ter :r.ts'1ng a written given n.of>nfi\h'h.- u'vXXfst, and sing th.:1 Jx m,j: j,, ... n'.". ,. .. ..

I I nlnlton.'t.. At the time of his reasonably from :5c up. which : the squad traveled to Gainesville [ for an even 500 per cent. with thf it.Mrd lit Fubh.- tn.'. ,;, ,!lill"i-t. i r >.t'J S\X. i. of XX\ :. f..: .i \ \ "I \ : .
10\11100 acted on. >rti' ?; i fry .
I 'death he operated a large chicken will enable families of small income Tuesday afternoon and thumped ,' Bucky Buck second baseman.the thou airordan<>{ Uradf with>rrt l'\'ie: ,.Fr.t.1. : ..: :: ti :\ rgh- if w..v -t!.m 'he..f wt-s.t ,.', ., h .( :
a -pt d I..j i ifiti ..
All: registered voter of StarKi I ranch southeast of Starke on to purchase good. clean previously unbeaten Gameshas played in 4 games. has 14 at < gi. .- a v ..:.' '. t .'. :\ ', ,',,1 -.1. I I.. ,.HI 1 ."". ia> :" w \\ ,.it-::rd 1. '. t&it !
i i.fartr. '.. >! : 'Id : '.:ht f wax > i.
i .1 i then
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) to st a',1 i ,'
and Ijri'lf'ird Count v are cord.aliyi vtlle a1' ":- .ti- .,
High A ay 10). used clothIng. High team 5-1. ( bats and 6 hits for a big .429! equal ti> one h::n.l'-t ,1 ;...f lie run >. ash. 1" drgrrrs T r !Inu'-.- .
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i vj ..".-fii: tow min*- The game was originally sche- cent. the ,'.'ntra.' i'l i r. X\-t al! nf: the westerw t : '. ,
Mr }tax..ell"AI a devoted The local Red Cross office has per I ;. a* ln.i" f :xt.(i. :. ,. .
duled X h'dilf .iv x* -lultu .
to be played here Tuesday'The h s 1 I.t J 1'a ,
: ; I'
member of the First Baptist been handling the distribution of Tornadoes leave liF'I ,
Il1111a1aaalast Friday f .r a i'.r.j i ( -h ,!-tv .t.ix err! .'. ; i\\1\: : ;; '. :1 '
'hurch of Starke and took a very : used clothing. but in the future night but due to a wet field was : morning for Leesburg for an aft- '! the date,. -. : ,' 'hr- 'I'.nr| : :,.:: th.'rl .- ;" g '.r.i "It' ..* '! lI'' :
} All\ w K '. III! 1-. J"ii" .i -.j \ .
a r' 'h
played in Gainesville and will > ilt-jrr. .
ita affairs prior to 'the Thrift Shop will handle the i beernoon, and an overnight .
tpart in game an. e m I" I'lar. -i>t.' ? .'.\lI- '. : .. ,' -1.ii: '
doath.H. 'clothing except in time of disast- ': returned here May 1. I trip as guests of the Leesburg r 'ntra.t, J I., ui' tit rflttiv t' V 'h'-.I i, v r- .
whuh r.ag f.r ri.tt:; 1..1 a* tt. el. ,
Ed Teston. right hander. ; i I Ir ,
was on .
.- 11 survived by his widow,,, er. teaext Tuesday afternoon f i. r "f the ."II'-l"t< r.ilf i>f !I' .-: .: .'
w the mound for the Tornadoes lit lnsirnt.i .. ,
andthe travel Lake insgate Stark' K:"Mil., \
to
U.irtha Curtis Maxwell. one Ar.Yllnt' des:img to contribute | locals City J' tht- 'tfLr "( Snf .r.t XX. i t

"i mer. Cynthia Maxwell of clf'hlnl max rail Mrs R T. Fowler up just three hits for his tent on avenging the 19-5 defeat Ar, !'n't-. n.IlI.! .x .;.. Ki.,,i .1.. '. ,. i h.... \ .
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second win against no losses -r' ; '..h plan- .1 .
: > .tI.I! t d .
of weeks -
It'll lulu, and one stepdaughterHit at 17-\V] .I: sre allY Junior from Lake City a couple i I'..-i' t. .tr il f rnis f ,r ,'.,.rid) IIB11.itt Ii.i .

," Anne Steidley of 11'lnat'n- Cl-ib TJtn.h"r, Teston so far in the young sea- !ago here. -. '.T'.,i xtltlKtlt 't'"I\ '.\ ft:: .!.. t \ t h
son shows very good control and!' lI..r r,'nt'lal < '.,.ni t i-! f'."' 11 .,
P.UT ill N C Ttston will be on the mmmdwalked .' h. : sa:tl oft. es t :* "
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only 4 Gainesville >.1.at i. taaits "
High ,IIid: -
1 ''i ral services were held in -ul.uly fur the Tornadoes u n- -. 'IIIa1f| !: i- t'. ,st 1. [ t" '"mh.'li C1 :ll.'tis 1"-. I h
YOUR PROBLEMS batters and struck "tit 11 men'e -.dti 't t. 'h i. .sir! 1'1 i ': >' \ ,!
Monl.umoon Red Cross Drive Ins' .', i M.it. I: 'a'i
FIrat Baptist Church I. : .f U' ,.1!i. ",' ,I i \
his : i n It. '
-1 Thi-i.! get p.hmgaimfr : _
The Toir.idoe : ... 0. t.
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rapf.e.l.iK:"n- r 1 I.i TI.N ,_
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at 2 o'clock with It -\ dj 11 1 : N I* I .
HANDS .
IN OUR ; or < ;.i.rifsx.lle: ::: fn-: 1 t./:.- I T: i 1- A .r. s1-1 Ii'; "' t" help'! i'u' '" .t itr.ulf"| 4 t ., h' e' t .. ?, I I' f, ,
Burial J I 11 i tl 1:0. .
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I. II I Haines officiating. i iath' \\ i > '. "
i: i; !. .tll, I II.j : f 1
i in Crosby Lake Cemetery U-: Given A Boost I : .\t1 ald' .1' i I iu :
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Local To Ask For : : '. .. .. \\ I
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ChangeIn !
Attorney : A
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.. i the direction of DeWitt ( t 1 V: ',1.1: ..f Till!:.. hi-trn., ? I'l'.l! Land-" ar t 11:011'0: ( I I .1.| '.: to ._ .

I ur\ T uo around tvorrying '..-I Th ng, WCM' '! ,king up a little J-'j"ld.n:t .,tIts .' !.: ulfu: .1 I' HI. -. :1'..1"i I i ? \iir.lf.id! I : f', ; \
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Aitiv.pallbearers were Ewell on thi Iiil I (.r.! ,...,.. f! lint this weekias Method Of Electing CouncilmenIn i M I' )1..rK", .. "
al out those of :'. 1":11 .. \\ \i---
problems '
> pro- J F Jaudon Jim Lawson -
I 1,1'\4.n.! the fund hixe tntal sroart'd0 | .
4 !1" H I.
tt'ttiiMi. 1.(t us handle them. O L. Lin-sm. Ernest Phillips. above $2000 for the: first time a legal! allvertl".m"nt, ippi-ai-( that in ea> n ti'Mion! ot City Counir In The I irmit :- >. the u. r> .
tart Itlr > .l.lll
;md Eilmonil Ten!)'. :' Intensified solicitation and several -. In this hive of the T.-legi-apn, i.lmen uiebe: .i* many groups as < .>...) l'lur'da: In 4'U IX..r ftra4fnl r> t, ",! .- .lint. .n f --, !. .., ... .. ..\ ,' ..\

After all (that our business.: large contributions accounted ,I Pills V Knight, 1 local attorney. there ate Coumilm. to he elect- .\. I. X.v; ir. z, I1: !' :' .1-. .X.: ,J, ...;.., '\\,. .: I : ., l' ..." ;. ". I" ,, d ,
Councilman be
for the substantial gain over announced his intention to apply ed and that one I'll hit -. ..t ;ll i. l >rt.nd.u.-t inn -

\\e will \\w glad to give you VV. C. T. U. last week's $1,500 mark I I to the 1W53 Legislature! for the en- elected' This would from each mean group that instead ot -millilt 11t11t1:711 or :rtntuviioN\II'IiltI \". -'- ,'- ----- ----- -- --

Total actment of a local or special law hrlate or riurlJa. 1'..:
contributions now stand "free for all has been J.111." !I'M
experienced advice without Ol1Illlx the Charter of the City nnmS as hit1Lucv't ,r, : I .
our "1111-: .KK\Tr.sT: : .SET: I amending ,\iin I.. r.t
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at approximately 66 r. limn i i. .
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the each dol t. i
:\ \'110I.: ..; IM VMIOOU: of Starke in regard to the method the case in post aspirantof .t X J'lh'-1 J..n| :,.. 1 f' .I I .
and per cent of the $3.000 quota as- Council would qualify to .J'n. .11.1 i i i l'i 1.
obligation: pro- city' to the f \I: .
\M: UOM\MK': .1\111.1:" signed this county. j electing councIlmen. I run m one specific group. .I.I:'" '. ,. ,,, ., '! \ Now Save !

title with the bestin ({I 'OK i III:.1 HO\'S IUn II. L"ndt'r the present system all
you .ery Eddie Thorrplcms principal of | It would also largely eliminatecouncimen !
f 1'1,01:11): (dull 11:111.: .I! I.
run m one With
K.JE negro school. gave the drive' group the praCtice -Slngie sftottmg In

insurance fUl'r.tJ.l". .i boost when he brought in $ i.53 -lhe three highest or two highest which the voter votes for one c in4 .

olleeted in the Reno community. t (las the case may be. depending on dldate only. no matter how man: l

( all (on us today FILL DIRT He received thanks for a job well the number of vacancies to be fill- prtf runmng. to give his man Chit -_!.._ ... ---. prices reducedon

done ed I being eltoch' JlUlh better chance ot I ilnang .,?


(;.001) UK II \\. M Beam turned in $SI collected The proposed act woiiirt pruxuio 1 top! rPii all models. up to 520180


H. C. WALL TOP SOILSee [>hre\s Gold from Corp.employees of Hum- Rain Cut Attendance Mon. So Prison L- STARKE !


Other sizeable contributions in- '

AGENCYPhone eluded $."0 from Andrews Motor Pageant Will i Be Presented Next Tues. rri*Sat. -11 1 ell lo. 11

Co $25 each from Carl Johns?i 1)01) ( '
IJU: !KTl: ( UKScaramouche :

llli BILL JACKSONJackson A & P Store Barksdale's Hogan Railuid State Ii .,-on mnutei 1t to the general: puOiic hetoie its

200() I E.) (Call Street Smith and Stumps; and $20 from will give a repeat peitormamv ot disbari'Ua To date this year s All New

Starke11111111111AiALAAAAAAAA : Transfer: CompanyPhone l'nestStore( their religious extravaganza version ot the Kesuireitum story IN: Tn: 11.101.0"h'art

165 Alma. G Moffett, teacher in ;, Tuesday evening April 14, at 7.4o: has been presented only four tunt'''. Granger/: and I.UMiiurParker \

t h. Hrookei negro school reportedI: in the prison auditorium. Writtenby including three showing to van-

<'> ".IIt'1! !fed in that /' I j one of their number and titled'' ous groups of inmates! ,

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.._ _.: r 'r.I' JJI4/ '""' = ---- Dateline: Golgotha, the Passion The most interesting pertniinai.ce -

Joint Conference I; Play was selected for the prison-I in the story is that of a young Kids From Las Vegas _

INKIER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE ers' annual Easter celebration under -: man portraying the personality ot A

Of Legion And the direction of Prison Chip Jesus. A beautiful setting fur the .111111'nt \nn and Daxiil III in'flsn

Ii' i lain Leslie A. Shepherd. i f' "Sermon on the Mount" an'l the ,\ ( '.irliMin and si-rial ... ,,, "' .' ) I '
Auxiliary Sunday I I Ii
'Httatir commissioning of the "Twelve' is
I j i The Easter: Pageant was enthusiastically -

/5f/ l .:,. ''jr',: ,. d )p o, nt Constitution!,I seen by an audience, created in a tre.ih ana convm. Sun. Mr n. April J 1',13:! j :{ C crs! Compare See How Much More You Get !

I i.i' .nt. -.r, o Kututh, iMilrut: Anierf -,.diminu-hed by torrential rains m inner Copper Canyon

|I, I L'I 1"11 mil: Legion Auxiliary,' which flooded the area last Monday: The public is cordially invitedto l>:i\ ililatiii: MORE ROOM extra head leg and elbovt room.
the final of "Ditt line' anti Idilt Lt'
ct RADIO v !M It" hi'Id in Gainesville Sunday. evening.Because. : showing -larr
E- '' Golgotha" on April It Admission ( artixui ani :NrTtu \\ MORE COMFORT restful rhtir-high; "Comfort Con-
\pril! I 1.: A large delegation from j of the large number s

\M '".-,-I l Pst> 50 and Auxiliary is ex-I i> fioe, and the offering receivedill tour" seats.Onflow": ride. MORE VISIBILITY. .
i who had indicdti-1 thdl' intentionto ->. April 1 II I
', \\ j;,) to help defray a portion oT ( ONLYLes
1 I" .1 to" attend.
curved "Pilot'it'W" windshield
,itU'nl L K wrap-around rear
uprtln'endent[ the
expanse "f u'stuiiiO' and piod : -
With.
-TELEVISION loRLstration tartingat MiserablesMa

'j'in tin a joint session will beheld ('Iwir': .in! s',t'.J! V\i ..t I Ilk. tosiii>\\' .ic. tt111: slip;':.1 s \ I Itronir window. MORE DRIVING EASE "snugs down"on

...--......-. 1 .it 10 clock in the Legion a/l'l m-nra 1'tgt ctMs curse. parks where others pass by. MORE DEPEND-
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBRADFORD 'i (.irionii and :NriisVtd.
Salt',,, H.I'' I.iimheon'wUl be served bv Scouts At Rotary
c ABILIIY unchallenged for ;3 J W years.
t the (Gilnesxille; !
Auxiliary during \
and Bemire .. 'Ihur. \pril i 15. i Ifi
wh !h i t'ti<> principal address of the Show/ Progress

___...._..__..______.., I' '" ,_" I .. ni! 'I n. f will be given by Il'I'lnT I IIIH( I'.I.K: 1'1 1: \1l i its; :

I 2L1::: I \. 'Temploe.. I'HOXl.I: l Ilil;li starke.. Honda I'n of Pass-a-Gnlle presi-I 4J HIGHLIGHTS Tell Objectives Deadline -- USA "ft; ;M- Come In.' Or Call

: ":' tin' Nitional Service Of- IIl1mII\( Itiig.irt.: ,
f. 'I,1 : ttll": I I"rn- (
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: s n iation. and Florida r
i 1le't'l en.beri, oi Boy Si oat inoranil him Iliinli-r
: a'"IIt'officer.I /s
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70, for ,uli': ."- .\Mf
\ I Ti'iop came up >
ij iID. Xr i ii\ Ltgionnaires and Auxiliary'
ll I Brenda and merit! ( 'HII HARDY
I i i':i.ii.'s plan to attend the LeKoirth i By Bradford 'i emit badges :al I Carbine

--- ."... .-' .-. -- ..-.i::::I _A'C.. ..:.,p.r.-"i ,-,. '- !. : District Conterence'i oi Rex t'ht.I.1 at the i 'puu Williams
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1 to.- t ',, luncheon meeting of the Uotux \ irtN
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in Gainesville
SundiyI. i I'HONL( ) : 10'1 ST.\HKI1.: I'I.\ .
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h"',; : .i,: :at 9:30: a m. A motor-.1 Thi ?emoi' gnN, taking the Club Wednesday The\ \i' :'- \ Lt.r! \. ii-- I

,.!', ',\ ::11 iiiriu at the ("ourthouseI' .ioninierii.il: rOil I a''. iii leqmredI Charles Kirkland. Lnnzo Kuk'\ I' : -.....- "" -
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I !I ?, l"'k! .un.lamllrnm an'l I I to spend 211) bows u-ceixing firsthand Douglas Nohn Freddie S':. .' "

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I. I !n..'r. :11"rr.1" I t? th- Cun-st'iIIC; ; Gerry Gibson, Robert Kelly. \\ : ,
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I1:1' J. Ii OIMIM. Jit :secretarialxperienee Cooperating

I."lfI.II..1.. ,, : .. -. U' -t1: II VMM: \,11t .\.1'1": i n ii: I.-.n:: hill I Mundorff Jan Mundorft 'I! .
,1'! i 1 ii ii.rMI: HIM. with Miss
Rosenberg.'instmctor .
i' .soli "'I" I- Mills, Robert Cooper and K
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I ? N nI I lie II.I.. I:.t-b \\ rdne.dat are the offices of the Mille..
-'I I. I'" Homes For One Week
I <..Ur.ttlliI'n.b: I'rl.lm Veterans I i [IEI OnlyAPRIL

0"I 111' j I clerk-of-court, the tax collector. I The boys were questlllr.E. ..'h!! ,
-- I II' K''i: KI'NT: : 1 i' 'ill i i." ,1'r f : .h".1 I Irt Will Be Discussed
I I. t I.i \. .adder |1..1'111"'UI.t ,.11 I'I'Io'I. W 'll .l'i' ': ,jthe judge, the sheriff the super- T. Shu 11. institutional i<'I'r.' -, !.

,.. -arid I. ti m, >'l .1 1 i till h'1 Nt' i :-1!,"> i ting At 1! tative and the and b "d.i_:.' ,
Legion Meeting mten.dent of pins
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.. schools and the
I' n : "hh' 1 I'"h l flout .tinl rear.tit ,IvI : 11TH THRU 17TH
:. ., ,, l I""' l'II..n.' l 1".1.I l.i,f ii> .\|'pU' tin >,'u His Coca Cola were made by Scoutmastei,,,, :
: I Itrhgtt \ > ,.I at T'ICk'a .\ut.i ,'.ttf If. litfFui Mi r'iI: H Tui'ow' ,. president ollifd | Company. .Green.
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I .\ !, Homes mixill > bet J
; \I.I--UIlIR" t'ini.it. Ippt ar --- '- -
i'. I I .1 t It I. girl i plJi'prI Lat 1 The Scoutmaster thanke.iRotary -- J" -
II I : ..u ..id. 1"I. t': 'h"'hand.1.>i>... .111 \\" 'M- Jmes-l. iniiord-\Amte Toslf 1 t Thursday evening the Hi "i
l.Uocs di .itt. t*> par thi u-iii.l I K. Club for its interest '
I I. I lip'I.11'xa :16. Th American Legion at it 1 Boys Club entertained the boys 350 OF
F Flum .s'arkt1. ItpI ;i ,sponsoring the Troop and out !I.: d' SQUARES

,. t.II.rd re.,ultir meeting nt Tuesda;v: girls who earned their letters .
i I.fl ItKNT-Furni'hul tw ., l.t>,Ji, ....PI land objectives for the year ll< ,, ;
t'tndll, ii" ,'tu sit Jti. night at 8 oilock in the LegioiHill r
h"\1'r. 1'.I..ral..1 ''''III. Iliawrrk .
..II.' SJ: .. XV .1.l t.K': .n ,.>! : \,playing basketball this year that negotiations are now W1 i t
modfrM
> \lult-
f 'II\'IIo'
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to discuss the Veterans lious
_, ., '". tip l ..nl) I'hnnr ix:-wt r- .\. Ftiili -I,Some 35 attended the two-hour way for a permanent ramp i '--' Galv. 5 V CrimpROOFING
... hI ; M.'M.ih''n st tf ing Project which his firm has undertaken
Furnish.il > 'ttdgtalt iri 'jhaxnde I climaxed by a h<>t dog located between Roxvell and ,I.j'! ;
i I''l' l.: II'X1" to construct Starkt'a'ordm '
,\ ... IU r-. l.tli'I .1. .I..-<. III F4 i'K nfSTIr ,tl'If t tm nee* I t roast at Kmgsley Lake. The son Lakes and that if this is h.
lu ill ...>iii 4i 4i' units soil furni-hi-d unrtnifiit: N'fW Du to W II Graham. Pas
two '
.1.1\' ,,hed iluplrx VH ;Noll; r,.ihfim h".ttO' rit.tru: kit.-hen Comm mder I boys club organized last faD. by tamed it will be developed .:, 1'

_"t \\ Madison Marke. r T ,k. !if-ft grab| i ,:T.| at i'all St I Dr Houpt. has been doing a won- the near futureScoutmaster
Mr
Turbow has finish!
recently -
I." .dKf I till.o tugt.n .n Iffilf

\1.-| .'.> (I liitslr-i .\'ill I I. \ I 1. ..f 1'.1 Mr-. I'.HI! \\'> 'inXjifMnt ed similar projects in Jacksonville> .derful: job Green said :nt'
I 1 i. ; 'lit Kt 1 1.: .\ :-,. tf will have full chargethe ,>:
70
i >! .iu.t at Kiln-! > t.S."I I.' Fernamlma LId Lake City ana wil ll: Troop Per Sp
6 FT. THRU 12 FT.
i t I. t < I .etm.lltlw' 'reLiu I IUDIOS KF.1MIRKU I outline i The Home Econorrics classes next Court of Honor t" bei ; $11.75 ,
the
K ..ik. Ili'ti! lot 11I1"! iu..'im various features of th !
Jt|> I I'I'I.itltl" lit ,..1.... ill Modrl* homes to be built m Starke and 11 n displayed their sewing projectslp i held in the Gamesville Boa riur

.|r....ni>l>lr rlmrcr lrrd before the
.. ..indI cu>r jdvlition answer questions concerning Junior Woman's Club. on Thursday. April 23. He urg.1
\\ \ \ I 1 tall ttnu ('ii *v C'. "iiriMiKiti: ;I
(" i 1.11I", tl! .' in.lut d.i I','uuIi !ICe vv. full *l. smrkr 1'10. :"1. these homes. |last Monday, and the Senior all members of the Rotary Our
I Alt'I Ii > 111 Iho'iiisU
M'l'l | '
<' -t?,t'uxnt.i >Ultima* :3 \XTF.ratllal"
.. hc'en.ed. pruotit'il for nur-e general or I Starke and Bradford County ar,e1:girls participated in the pros capable manner in which the 1 h* >:

1 ?r \ "I "h.dlll"- .. -wJtkt I.rll.e. t V'r.nlallllll FrA't.tt.i.attvu dut) P.'.'I'r'I'i"l.'110' hospital oorvtially invited to attend grams Scouts are expected to put on 1:1 GALVANIZED LEAD HEADNAILS

I'" .'.H"'". Fla tf meeting program.It .
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,I'i,..' --'.11.1a.... a nut'ij) Kvxsnr Thomas Rrataur-HiIMt bl" (.rBuiiir India r..rm.>. I] This week the Seniors of B.H.Sl was also announced tha:

I isr iftuin l.?\trol J,t.n I'.lrh.ik. \l\ll\+ I l were given a chance to show what Troop 70 will have three exhIbIt
It.."fd. luhnE A Nur"rriiVa
-i"iullriKlus \ piantbsn, htt and well they had learned during their past at the Scout Festival to be hec: RIDGE ROLL S
rusted I U: Irish l-1 Sr a 'I teach 1-ir 'H
}'"K: 1:1-\1'--1'\: :: 1'dr''om unfur- i 12 years. They took the placement in the reserve armory at Gam.o'ilIe
n.-h..1 h.'U-r.. \I'PI) :jet S"IIt"1 en pUnt !Jt r 1' -Tio and }1 rasa .
\\1 I M itpF' nrleirtlere ltalea Garden.Pauline L.3 test required of all Seniors i \ on Saturday Apnl 2".
F.1'1." t'olti'i.
iii.: 11\1': : T\\ ., 1..tr..11fUlnl.h.. .-4d Box !' *. arl..t.'n. F.i. throughout the state of Florida. These booths will feature fingerprinting

.t i-<. .'.'111.1.. i'r.ix ln I .iftv.'te J>t .iflrt t phi.tp: < IN PROTECT YOl'R riX Cli1TlE5 chology. Math English Social I I Per Ft. Per Lb.
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Fireproof I'rot"l.'to Swurlty Box.beautiful ] .
M \: i'K \\ I'M \N I" .\,-.trtliult' Slats large. heavy duty steel Studies and Science) and took; RfiF. '...\I.t

.k 11' :\tl.' All I'rtni- run. NI5 plus Ui] Bradford If You Want to an entire day to complete. Th. The Junior Department ..t! n'.
., -1..1.II'h..d.I'II..r" in
.r. u. i- t.' County Telegraph tfKOH
i >' .,rl.,' "'all..r putt tiintr Kar- 'exam is also the college entrance. Methodist Sunday Sch. ,. .< .I.
F
uiiliinitrti :s.. tar "i >lhrr Your Home- .
11'1- S.'L1i"" x S \ It'n- Keep test used by Florida schools have a bake sale Saturday : ." r-
cgstr4 .'..r-trlrut '''', rssats 1 will help lUot' .. ,
r.-tf k lo .h. Tlfn'v >!
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. ljtitfd \\lit Mr. t% It ing beginning at 10 ocii. k .1
t. i get M.>rTAM.t and < .m..nl Hradrd FREE DELIVERY On
Amount Within W Miles
x4 J 11'xtt Any
V ':i Th 11 -
: Upl ,
r 5s l Lt' ..' ? Mrniph.Trim' : ltl f."I- Eneitierrin Compan) Phort tf have reliable automobile I' Plans are being trade for th front of the Starke Hardwdrr Ct

x:;: election of next year's studen!t t Proceeds will go to help PJ- : :

III NM':.... tll'l'tI It I Mlll'oI : '1.17.; MOW-\V,-rid' ?.".-st 1.1W"1II..r \ insurance. A serious accident council officers chairs for the Junior Departn' 01 Starke I
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llmr
.CUl M uikl:> spare for rent bv the h.,:: X.Hnit .
=>.& \1'1' >\.\1. tl' .:\11 1X1rrk." rrtlAt.l- hin for >.tl.a., Farm lira:1n1tuts
.- .. .u.J ,, 'rr.uI., of result in the loss (' \l I, KOK HIUetlre "
1'.01 I' I.' \\ I. 1'- for 10th s".i <'hirSt \ may At an assembly Wednesday E
\.iutr\K nia. h.I""-, Th:" is not -. it.'!' 4 .* program T. ( nlrirtar -
.-IIariIIII trquired. $3t* ,...f g the .rk.. 1.,101.
: It ut-: :No <- ll'isn of home.Charley entire student bod]' tes
!, tiny full I'm: your S..tlyd: t.4w. :!: t tor '- '
= ?nth '1.1.\i part FOIl SAUK-Ij. Ooppf-.n -a.. .hosrby secret ballot then r l.. !r./'I1. t"1 : i
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,. > i iiiii.l $*00 's..11 r"'luII..1. .ard "f I'ulih.!
__ ii it potato pUlit-. $i p.-r M :N IM>1' .. "
' whuh. I i-- -. urt-d .J."I'n cheerleaders for the 1953-54 schoo I f .ril C untFi >r:ila. a' B. T. Thomas Lumber Co.
:.:.! Tin- will stand. trut m\e-tiira- Ahipments Start .hipp.r.g firs of E. Johns nf the Sup.'rini! .ti!.l.'ii' ttf i '
-= I. '" Far intri I"" in your ten M April U t' 1' ;tntan,1'ht"i! \ear The following 8 girls wen! stru:, t : .r. ':-1-, FI..r.J .
Madison. FU.! lp! 4 I"" ',' \'
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\Iih f.. i-vry represt-ntittut'- Agency elected: from some 25 contestantsAnn K
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: \UnitMittn; <> and adJrs in appli- \pn. 4
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rt5 ..u..n IMPERIAhFri- ACKN FOR SALE-1& a r- -of ojft.l wrh Phone IS STARKE. VIA. Crosby. Barbara Prevail. San- |I'!Ui all t.ld, r..,'eit.d u II .
; i'Y. t II'; UotIf.UuSt Lout, U.M : .' barb wire fans. lurtjf h..a(f 'in >!-i Strickland. Sandra Johns I. !.' !h' <.prn.--l and, read ..1'1' ili'g BUILDERS SUPPLIES
J2S3 .. 11;,''t flnl"hJ'd-.ll.: or. next heat offrrS r.:.- ail nat"nalar.<\ ,
*.- Ii L hers1st.. :. SiarkrFU ,"" ", Joann Slade. Frances Douglas., Jim- i-r.-Tru. ling *r y .r ail: ".f'1! ,

-. ?? I-"I U > \1.K-4 n>..m house Ihrf- or write E M ..tndtn., ;:1' ......... rv.e Cole and Martha LandrumI ln.g ..1.r :.: i'tl t :Let r';'.'.
- : .. r. rh h land just outsidf city AA. t>.vtt'na Beafh. Fit lip' : ;' ... .. rt- Starke Fla. Phone 211-J
...' remain: your high school KrnlrU .aof ItrlUkliae: Rruokfrh ,
== I :!-. Small t) tun paym..nt. ba!- '., ... cor-
with low. intcrr-t FI..Onn'Slra! berrv I'antf': _t. HriMtLrr. I'Urlda
1 1.W rent r..sp"nd..nt .
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Y. U !' \ I- t.I..' I' .01. $I .M. L f MI: ctr.:- : 'Vr$entin3 THE TRAVELERS, Hjrtfon llruirlBE mmd Itrliuktiac. I.....-' -__ c ..'_ ._ : : ;; :- > -.,;;' :. : '_ : .- '
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Spring Finds Bradford County Youth Second Section




I.I.Busy I At Work And Play Bradford County Telegraph



",ntr. .r.ng there', "r;",;. "'T\lt KF Its+ ;lntlt'- --_ ll 1 hi

I II,1 ;;r. ,ili! > uth groups ",r.d! 'Meet Arizona'IsHitAtUSO -

spring m no exception S',1 : !-
trwho don't mind puttir.g .r 'emut 4-H Rally Day

\ >!.K hour of toil when it's II<,n.f--

,1 "..iig they're genuinely interest Provides Fun i4

d! 10, work arduously makingontumes i ) 1 1N' i.!
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jI ( and stage settings foromerts -j'; it i s.w+aa And Instruction
play and musicals Meet An/ 1i I.d {..lehentBUS : '

Ho> h' (,utA. eager to take to the (lee Club was enj.
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. large and a.-: \
'!1-1 after a winter of indoormeeting appreciative
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in the L'SO March 27. 2*
on
for
begin preparations ..
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\ With the action taking '.
r.kier: fast overnight hike Field\ r' .
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r.g: e ettr.t
.J.!.i events are planned by 4-H a western dude ranch th-
JJ I'lub; Week
/.n: girls and the school athtH | provided plenty of opportur. d .
.. and Mexican vept by Mao Hen-! j
cowboy
tong
enjoy having the green grass ij i| T
dances which were capabl ,.' 1 t Fr 1 1' ? :
the baseball diamond under t tb ti t-
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after week" of hard .j I by the large cast. .1 t' '. --
It again
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,.,r basketball Altogether t : The attractive stage set ;,' .\ \ t := k

,;;--ing's a wonderfully busy lime, j,, ing the exterior of a ram h 'lN' r
.' hfre youth U concerned as the against a desert and rr i.- 4: L

; lures on this page will Ihow.I background, was done by st .'. .'.l j e1 ,\
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with Carolyn Crews serv.1'chairman .' ,': I
Hut there are some serious.I
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h l ,nght in the springtime also. of the rommittet- .. e .': -- r'-i\

t' I.H proved! b\ Marcia Miller To Mrs Robert Davis .. 1 r 3r '1 v. H- '

",rhrx I I. young 1 lillS 7th /grade credit for the rompetent .-' e I' -: r : 1m" Inin. +1 ., 11 'II.U.. ,,' U ,

,' ident '.\h.. won a Sit prize ini direction, and to Mrs Kalpi.! Uvnt.! -- v "'1.\ I "' 1' t+ 01'' jl' (1.11 II I, r"'I'' iikra '
natloll'\ ..l Western Union birthday Silva for music direction M:> l):rltd' h 1.:'

greeting < ontf tPrize Julia Futch provided pian. ,. t t t. n. Ina t'IIc ..: "

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of hard work goes in'' 1 > 11.\ T! : : rr.s of Ceremonies
production like "Meet ArJ7.. .r: i |iiad! h\ Kenneth 'I.> us anll11...?. l.axvsiin >hirleKIISHT.. as Indian girl ; Kicnard llcn.iers.inus Earlene
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PAGE TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA ..... ., ... -
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required to serve a of at ';'an- K: r.4.i -r :-M.: -. -
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:> < -.r answer Clr plead in c to the 2 7 : :: t: tl '. ....ghlal..n.... Ia.--. .
:: plaint on the Plaintiff IOFFI"l.-\L-EAL\;.-? A. Par! :r time or the lust. ...... ", \ \ \- :
Attorney Williams eV Fut h, ]'. As "j-rk f >a d I'.U > OTI i: TM trriitK r.ottcC. Each claim H !.:, :: .' api... _
Box ii. Starke. Florida i By Marian L. <'r-.sy De ; cin .. .! .
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!a S irc-Bli (>.M. Hr..df.r..a..']",. t.e in wnr.n. and > .. ,' C. : '
i-d file the original In the office 'harirIt H.-.S. :;" 4 t-\ i_ ," plaie Ot t :. : .'
honda: I. ( lIa.rrry. ( rriidence and : \: .
r : .k.e Clerk of the Circuit Court on Jf-.d '.jl; Ja. "- -. ..'-. F: r.Ja.A'tj ;
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f-.r I'.! J., !":> H : :. }I'.a.r.nff. v-. Mar addresu .f th" :..: :tAnt. a...! -r.. .. -. '" ,' '
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." day of April 1S53 ; tir.-n it .tt. 1'eft-r.danl. b* swrn to by the cJalreant. i'- .. .: ., : p..' ( .
h-rwie the allecratton of Aid "ITICt: 'In U'lor.Ut Case No *. :"' i*. "-r.t. .or ?!ils, at:.-rne. and any sucharn "... i-T -... iV.iJf IT"ra r. -. It

a* r.plamt will be taken as cuctd <. i la Cirrutf 4 ml. llradford C..ty'. Not!*. To Ippear: r tl"-.anj n t ,,v filed anal ; !i s.V.r: : p ; t.h: th': ,- .
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i 'Cyluro CurQCSS Aohr'OH Tha notice shall b* published jHar..d I : W H.-l': ira: ... .ff. \ l>r,!.i drr.ir and .address EIler.v'ir- lv\\t .' J..r.r A" aJn.n..tralnr Wn.-s ;- > i Ii and .>.ftl."a'AI ,. .iat't .
-.' .: ea h week for four cunnecu 1 VIoII.n Holt. ginia.Y < thrF ..'a-.r ,.: Evi: A. Orant. A: : .tr ,, -. >'. ri.ij ;h \.r : 1. .,! ,1 .
jiee.g'a (*u are h--rrtD"tlff4 that ;a d""iI. ..d lI3UFFICI :
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TcraphItd: Nolle* T. Appear.To ". -j.: f-T z :; 4t 417 \l. SKAT. l'.1.: :.. \ l'.4r vAS ,\, ,\
1'rd'. custody and control of 'let k d.. ,'. .- -. 1'-
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th.- i : day 'Jt M.ir-h. lii: Isola Duncan Ifol'. \\ hose reden.e -! .' ; .
\\ h.ln th<- April showers turn II U4.n'WJUn hid! !
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fJ"'I. SKALharie" A Darb and addrci.< I31J Maarhuffetts .. 'OTICI: TO tiTEMK \I'f ;' I
the brown of winter Into the loeh : CAKE FOR EASTER: Clerk of the Circuit Court AHIIUt'\ W""hoil'g ha" bn filed against you in the IB Circuit ( ..r.. itradrd r....t), I'.t. :i-" I tt- "4 : .4 H" \ : .. \\ "\ -v
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By Marian U Crosby Depu-y Clerk ton. : la ( ka.t.-ty. \ '
I fTn-n of SjirliiRtlinr. Ue ('f.I- 1-2 cup soft butter. 1 1cups 3. :o 4t 4. it'lwrlda You are hereby notified that .1 are required to serve a copy lIr. Laura T K.Kr i: > l'lallaH \ \VrsIry t:: :..: I'uf i i. i .i ....> t" ,. :.
2 suit forLnvrce your anSwer IT pleading to the complain A. KUr> rtatfant \t h \ t. : -
trat.- raster.: sugar: cake flour 2
1-jJ cups : on the Plaintiffs Attorn :
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the silver rain pelted up. baking powder. 1-% Lloyd Ba.-!>. 302:! CUrk Building.Jackonvi1le Clrrvlt ('_rl. Bra4t.. .
All day Up. Iajt :, I. tirruli ( .url. Bradford ('uualy., has been filed against yuu in tlaoove .tI ..r r4 tomtit

the town.The II cup cold water and t whites : la Cbanrerr.Dvnald named Court and cau.e an(: Florida, T" TWtsUx, A K'l'.fv.!! whose rdenee .',.. Florida: !. t knurr. rDenver < ,
egg [ and file the .riginul In the office c I X It: 'M I'.t. -.ff .
you are required to serve a c< 01 a-.d addrtEn"r..., \'Irglna. \
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drops of myriadfootednatal Cream butter and augar until B/unitle. answer or pleading to ttH the < I Irk of the ( irk ut Court on o r : Mrga. K i; M 'd. I.. '
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liked Xo. To; complaint on the Plaintiff I V ur are hereby notified that 'c :
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i_ < dance I, whipped cream Add vanilla | .t Attorney T. Frank Landrum ;: otherwise the allegations of &a:< SUII for Ntlr To tpp.arT.
\9\\rr lu \pp..r. ( Complaint will be taken as confej.e ... .. V :: ., .
4 whilea .Sift flour b. and salt Starke. Florida >r tt.tr. : I" -
On flagstones
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jet-Lright p together T. Margery Kuth Brurnliie. whosre ,
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clown I and add to first .'iden< .. and address ik c o MrtPeter and file the original in the office 01'F has teen tied against : .inj .1\.j' ; '\ "
treetop mixture alternately the Clerk of the Circuit Curt 'I This notice snail be punlisneion you lxthe ..r .. e hr-:.., : ; ., "i ti. : a -
Hell!, k. k Winter Street. l'eabody. 011 I e ..a, h week for four conmumiweeks at.Q4uut'd Court aad cause and u.t -
with before the
U'tth brush and palette Jaub- waterFold In beaten Massachusetts. or you are required to serve a. of ,
27 day of April. 19:3; I in the Bradford County Telegraph copy I p .e
l..gg whites Bake You are hereby notified that a ; your answer or pleading to the .
250 complaint to.i' .
rtl gay variance degrees in Otherwise the u r.1! .taa C \ '
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I uit for { allegation. aid I I on the Plaintiffs .'Itrn.Uu'd .. .... ATTENTION
I two S-inch This Complaint will lie taken as confessed l-at.-d thi- 24 day .f Mar.-h. m: \ a: \ I. .! : .., i e :
pans is supposed Divorceha H'FFICIAL SEAL: ) Ch.trieA.. Part Ita..c. 3ft; Clark Buiidiiin"i : \ 'u ..t't .' ,, ., :
The tniisic of the downpour apt- to be a different texture from ih'! .. been filed against you in the This by you notice Ulan ee publlihe 'lrk of the ,':r"Ult.urt I i Jacks,>nve.:! Florida, yur .1'r, IIr :.....t.- t t. : 'It'" \, "

jv caught I jabo>e named uurt and cause and i; once each week for tour consecutive By: Marian: L. 'n--by, 1.epaty cirri. and filr the ongiaal In the office of ;ua.rr .. 'he l I"1' .,. If You Have
milk cake I bake. I will Seven- are required to serve a copy ot :: the Clerk of the Circuit: Court
put you weeks In the Bradford County Telesrsph j 4t 4 rMHICK on I T Kiat.k! tl--.l-- S.i-.e. F:. -
l& elfin drumbeats purling Minute Icing t your answer or pleading to the complaint tr t.ef..re the :: day of April: :Ida.

and gllSRS'les on this cake. on the Plaintiff Attornei Dat-d thi2:;; day ..f :Mar.-h! 195i : H) < IUIII1'\U" 1953. otherwise the allegation ol n.l f.'j!,. f.. org: ., : -. 'L.! :t" .. ,>f PINE: OR C'YPKKSSTIMHEK :
Everett \V. mil wrote; '.*. h H. Douglan. ;50; ;; Lynch ( OFFICIAL! SKAL: ) 'hei 1.-- A Dart. If'.Tt: I'rohalel.. ..r -... I Id.In 1>1 said Complaint will be taken as Ct'Qf..55..d K- 'Irrk! of th.r.r: 'I'! ctrr .-M

An obbitgato formed wherein a You will find Building. Jak",oii\ille. Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court the Court tit the Count) Judie.Itradlord by you. ,.r l-f r, the 4 ,1..> ,< >I.x TO SELL
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happiness co.'JiI'Sfrom 'and file the In the office '. This notice shall be published
original ( .unt) Florida. la l'r
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KTf.t By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy fieri otherwise the a':: Kat..ns ofad
...within and that to have of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on hut.. once each week for four consecutive Con-.fiaint! :1'. he I
3 : takras
Of drrama men aang cf loveto friends I .,r before the 20 day of April. 1903;; :4t41 : In r.- K-i.t: :. if Kieni H ';."k. [\,-. weeks" In the Bradford County TtJe- j; by ) *'U. c.n'essed Large or Small Tracts
you must be
friendly. To- .. graphDated
of sale
willing maids. I otherwise the allegations MiTICK 10 IPPKUI i t-.t day b your day. Make every day Complaint: will te taken as con- In ('Irrult Court llradfurd Count,. til t rrdllor' and I..r..n. llatiujj this :4 day I.t !Marh. 193..OFFICI.aL ,nee. each -rk for f.. .:.-. ,\ ireek
Tin' there sadness too an liiiniK .. ( SEAL) Charles A. Darby .. HV All
wna Ruy
I count. The I fei-s-ed by you. Florida; In Chanrerr.l.ei r Demandcainit1 5 in the Hia Teifrlih -
to Wfl answer U found in This notirshi..:: be published l M... h.inl.i'"l t.1 *. \ tier; 'aid IX: .... Clerk of the circuit! Court. ,t[ )

urgK pT i yourself.I : I c-n> e r:&, h Week fur four Ci.n.iet Ull.we..ks 1 V" M iide Me. haiio I'.-:, i ,1.11.'. Y..U and each ,.f you are hereby Py Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk Dated this I la> ..f .AI! .J.! !:>:,*

', :-ee above the world a somber -:I hear the children '. tn the Bradford County Telefcrapb. I'.,-.. S"'. :C 6 notified and r"'lulr..d't... Present any 3,7 tt 4,17NOTH ,11I1.-t'h'I.\I.E\L ) Ch.ii s A. Dat.x PAY TOP PRICES:

i coming \ollre To .\ I.p..ar. |i' l and demands which you, <>r 1l.'rk of the C r.-uit t'.t.i 1
pall. 'home from school Digger: is in Dated Ihn day of M.in-h. 1'1.', To Jertrude Me.-haim- w h.r'I ( either of you. may have against thMle I, 10 U'I'I\lC I fy Uarian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk O

The rain a lullaby for narrow i the bark bedroom (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ilence and addr..-!. is JO-SI AustnStreet. > *- of Kreedl H. Clark. de- In (Irrult ('uur.. UradUril ('.ststy 4 :3 4t4 .4
looking out th,- cjerk of the Circuit Court I..a..d. late of said County, to the
Kew la..l..II'. l..ng Island Kliirldn: In I kanrrrVillia ;.
aleepIn ; window. I had word my dear By Marian L "rololly. Deputy Clerk New York. I County Judge of Bradford County,. \ -" K. Owms Plaintiff.s.. I I. The 4 irmit C....r. Of UmilfodIttHBO. Write or Call

mlence ch.-ckered plot ,, friend Dora :3.: :;u 4t 4'H You are hereby, notified that a i Florida at his office n the court Nina Owen.- 1'-f' mUnt I'lurUa. Iba.crrs
Wright has passed : I house of said County at Starke..Florida .
suit for C.t .t X"'. 94ottc =N" 'MiLU. -
where dead leaves fall. I lit H4> 1'l'mU withinitht oalend.tr II ] .
away at ButlervUle, Ind. She was Divorce 1. pprar \ .lohnson ri.ji-uiff( vs i;
Kugene: ySullivan. I. Irruit C .yrt. Itrailford. i'ounly. ,I has been filed against you in the | month from the time of the firstIutilliuatu..n T. Sh\\ ..n' \\ h->..- "d/'nl.e i II. J..hi.sou.i Defendant B. THOMAS
I an old school teacher and a very Clorltlal In ( h.urer .. above named Court and cause and of this notice. K-ichi an.1 ...lUr.." i> 41J lWrlElni.ra. tre.-t. > OTITK or .. .nrI'
lovely Her last alone Hernaid '. Pufahl Plaintiff v.- you are required to serve a copy of! claim or demand shall be in writingand ; New York .. State of ..e."a-Tel
Ail long the rain bas comeAII person. years Defendant .I I Miall state the of . ..,, ', ,
ilay Helen M. 1'iifahi. y ur answer" or pleading, to the place residenceand : Your are h.,i .ty notified that a H. II j.-hn- \ i. 1. LUMBER CO.
., m a soft drizzle. The where so lonely. Case Xo &70UN complaint on the Plaintiffs P..M office address of the claim suit for ll....-.e H J..JIP
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Robert ..,Ire To .\p peart Attorney. T. Frank Landrum. ant. and shall be sworn to bI' h.. I 'uvorce v ..Vi. .. V; -p \ \ I II It
Browning in PhONE
"'''I "IKluts at the roofs r-dge wrote song To Helen ),. Pufahl whose resl- SI ark... Florida. claimant agent or his attorney.and has been filed againi-t you in il \IK, l'., il! > 211 J

and pit It is growing from "I'ippa Passes": ..I.n.and addreati ... : 423 N. Bruun't and file the original In the officeof any tn-h claim or demand not above named r.mr! un.l .,\1" andy I-'l! Tot ,. Sant.iiuia Cli( 1'. 0. Box 735STARKE :
llrKle : Wilmington. Deleware.You the Clerk of the Circuit Court -o filed shall be void. f ..u are required torve \ '"* .i" h.r.i i \ n t'.4 ,
The a u
at the copy
early I meant to clean II II'lark year's spring are hereby notified that a on or before the :\1 a III I.. I.e Clark. your answer or pleading t' tkt complaint '... i .1- l I. .1\ .. ;, FLA. :,

k. but It has raineCeiv The day's' at the morn; suit for ;iT; day of April. I'i3! I .AilmniMiatrix\. of the Estate on the Plaintiff* 4tt., n..\ I lie .11.! M l ... I
this .
house we< Divorce and other relief I otherwise the allegations of said o! Freedl B. f'la, k. tleca9.vd. Ray Seldrn. Seldrn Building 'I .. Ii. ,1 : '. -- _. "
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However I The hillside's) dew pearled>> ; above named Court and cause and by you. and file the original In the office of
Thursd.i.v' eveninjr. Ii IidllJ you are required to serve a copy of This notice shall b. published Ill AITKtll I the Clerk of the Circuit C.-ut "H

K--t .\ lot done. Rugs wash- : The lark's onthe wing; > our answer or pleading to the once each week fur four consecutive In rirruit' ('.u'urt llradfonl. 'ountj or hefure the 20 day r.f April. 19i3.

: I The snail's on the thorn; complaint on the Plaintiff's weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Florida; In Chnnrrrr. i iI otherwise the ailfgatmi ,.t aid.

.-11) ttnl the sun porch cleaned. I Attorney William D. Morgan. graph 'haile. 1.d'II. kVatt *. Plaintiff. complaint will be tn afe conf,.-,..-d
house plants out there.It I God's in His Heaven- 507 Clark. Dult.JllIg. Jacksonville. Dated this ":; day ..f Mar-. r.!'"> \ Ii. tt> ( CHajrrVatt>. Defendant.Case by t you. CROSS COUNTRY CHATTERwith %

ujov.-d HIV All's right with the world. !-'Jor Ida, (OFFICIAL SKAL: ) Ch.n IiA.. Harb i No. S71SNotice Thi notice !'hail! be publ\ -ht-a

A-ill nver tJ(' too cold for them I and file the original In the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court To tppenr.To once each week f"r (ton c..r.<-..< .it.\e
love thl kind I The world is great and beautiful. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on (try Marian L. Crosby Dentitv Clerk ivtty irilayer' Watts, whosereMdeni e-ks in the Bradford County Trr-!
,1111 there now. I ls It Is the people who rr.ake or before the 3 L'T; 4t 4 'iOTICK ;; uand itddicis I'nknown.You graph.

if a Uy I always get more rest. 20 day of April. 1953; are hereby notified that a Datrd this 11 day of Marrh. 1,1. _
mistakes and bring wars and otherwise the allegations of saidJnmplaint :\ TO APPEAR suit for ((OFFICIAL SKAL Charh-s. A. :'aibClerk >
Just last week, it was so lovely will- be taken confessed (' Annulmenthas
as Bradford
In Circuit Court ueuty of \ "
the Circuit! t'.u't
I planted an early patch of garden. hate.Cod by you. Florida In Chancery. been filed against you In the By Marian L. L'rost.y. I'.I.un' t'lnk (} Mac WhiteIt
and Bless you all. This iutlce shall be publishedonce Koalas Tsai'elu'. Plaintiff, v". Mar- : above named Court and cause and 3 .'0 I 41 4 10.IIn .I {
J'otatoes. p 'as, onions lettuce eacn week for four consecutive kela apela.Defendiiiit.. !. you a-e required to serve a copy of

radUshes. That was all in March. IX3VE-LURA weeks graph \ To Appear. complaint on the PlaintiffAttorney. .
Florida .
That is unusual for this part of Dated Hit 19 day of March, 1953. To Markela: Tsapela wh.. .' resilience Evan T. Evans. 103 ; In < hanrrry.niti was pretty late and I
(OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby and aildre j is: (,,01,1 Agiou l..awx..hanK" Building. Jacksonxille \ \\.dll.II"' Plaintiff: : \ < was lulling along over Iloutc was '1 jammed un n\\
;S'i'rman K.; \\ ,.,'u1h.t T>. iViulantC.ife
the !county.Uun of the Circuit Court Florida ii.
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So Tambour-
Arous and Dogani< No. 19 with a cargo of assorted brakes and just in tiir.t
has gone to the city lIel YOU'LL LOVK the new F...ter- I") Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk la. Piraeus, <;reece. and file the original in the office of Xo :'j741Irdrr canned bound from
3/20 H 4/10 You are hereby notified that the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1 ( Of Pultllraliound our, To goods. brother. By inches I nms'ii l
tm.k the funeral car to have it rook purse-size fountain print In suit for or before the Appear; Mate or Florida To: Ponsacola to (eali The tourist nitroglycerine truck which h.* :

.necked and adjusted to start lu Count) Judice'N ( uurtlmilord Ainulmentlas 27 day April. 1S53 ; !I Norman K.: W..ill.i ::.. w h. '. i "-i-! traffic ?.ad Un thick and stopped to change a tin' '
llradOKI
hhadcH. at .
$2.37
tcl Only .
;ia t lorlua.UK otherwise the of said
> (000fl. In the allegations !
been filed against you I was way behind schedule.! The blonde's spatU d
...allHe also took the rough Estate of Albert 5.-lilnkez. also and and Complaint will be taken as conftsbed 1 I eyes
above named Court cause .
) roi'NTY Tl1.E(11t1'Il.IIit A few miles of I "
out Perry. "It be
to the architect with khiun a. Albert. Cmke Decea.-ed. you are required to serve a copy of. by yon. must exciting.: sh.
nlans down I I II Notice IS hereby given that 1 hate your answer or pleading to the I This notice shal1 ...e publishedonce began seeing shadows where said. "driving those b i h

:'hanJ: 'B. s<> as to have a blueprint i I filed my Final Account and Petition complaint on the Plaintiff" i each week for four consecutive FRIGIDAIRE there weren't any shadows so trucks."

made Things: are lowly shapingup i; TOriT.K for Discharge and Di>tri ution as Attorney. Evan T. Evans. 103 weeks in the Ltadford County Trie- I said to mysi'lf. "Mac -you "Well." I said "the glam..r
of the estate graphOFFICIAL
In ClrrulC < uur*. Bradford County A'IcUdory.dlllilll.lratrix Law Exchange Building. Jack-
,
HuiUmg such a large building I lorlilai !. ( ....n..r). of Albert Sclnnkez, also known sonvllliFlorida ( SEAL) (Charles I 'any I'II/Wf/ pull onto the shoulder wears off. But we feeln : .

of business takes time Kail: c SliuiT'Pl.iiniiff.. v< Helen kk Albert Ciukei; deceased and that and file the oriRtnat in tne orfice of I:' Clerk of the Circuit Court THERE'S JUST ONE and sleep for fifteen minutes doing a pretty big job for ni:I

"n.llt place Virginia Shaip: "-. !'.-(..nn'v f'J..rk or :ou hit a coffee stop." I dl'lions of people including
I-aM Friday 1 went lo a wedding i No t'bSSNnllrr 1 will apply to the Honoiable T. A. before the I :3,27: : 4t 4 17 FRIGIDAIREMade ("Id.'donthelatterandstopped and fnemi

and To Ippear.. I Yawn. Jr.. County Judge ,.t Bradford :27 11.1) of API ii. i' "ir ; !I i you your boy
"t 7 'to It was by candlelight: I Florida, for approval of I lit Perry. Almost everything you sec u.
T..- Helen VirKinia Sharpe. wh'iixi County. otherwise the allegations, of Bald MITH i: in U'I'I\U only by General
a.s so lovely. Sunday I went to i .".iJene aid ailJrir-t i> said final report and for final dmiharge omplamt will be tak..n as confessd In Circuit Court. llradfurd. Count?. There were four other cusht're came by truck."
'nl."uwlI'l ".An. illary AdmmiMraliix I'lorlila. In' hanrery. Motors Corp. All other tomers in this
communion You ire liervoy nolitlra by yeu.This : greasy spoon. The blonde looked at In '
to
tiureh I plan to go:: .ult for ,.{ the aboxe captioned estate.A. notice shall be published I !1:111.H.d! < I'IIIn'tf., \ X.t\\ Electric Refrigerators are Two other truck drivers and her coffee her bread
titmnrniw evening! at 8 at my Dlvurc Jeane Popma. once each week for four consecutivee.ks ;: Itu l ks. I'. f. t.datit, eggs ,
baa tveii filed against you In the I .\ J. Thomas. Jr. "'* in the Bradford County TeU- ,'.I-P N '74'otl..e made by other companiesand a teen-ager and his blonde and then at the stainless M"I' '

i hurch hte in to\\n. Then Sun- tl>..ve named Court and cause and Attorie) for Petitioner. 3. JO: 4t 4,10 era ph \ Tppe.r' word d.ite. The truck drivers were refrigerators and stoves
thi ::3!::; day of :Mar h. 1953.! : : wh .- cannot ue the .
ilav V. are to have company af- you tire required to serve a cupy of Dated T. Xarvt-s N. Ki ks. r sid talking. "Why he's right Jm.; : M"

whole! your answer or pfeaJliK to the Miner or ivir.viiov TOItlM.ISI (OFFICIAL SKAL Charles A. Darby in e and address rnknoun.Y Frigidaire. "So I jammed on my cinchsaid to her friend.! 'I
tel .-hur,'h I hive bought complaint on the Plaintiff's : Kit: KIC'IIIIOIS \ \11: Clerk of the Circuit Court. I ;U!' are htrioy notified that a boy "

nan I will bake part of it for Attorney Xarh II. DttUKlaa. SOS Ni.-tice Is hereby given that the fly Marian L.. CI oby. Deputy Clerk I suit for i iI ers this one truck driver said never thought of that.

Lynch liuiliiing Jack onville. undersigned under the provisions 3/:.'; 4t 4,17NO I Divorce I II "and just in time brother. By I finished my cotf(.... flod.lil l !:

Ulster Want to bake a big white 'lorld. of Chapter 0.953 Laws of Florida has been filed against you in the H'aiA GenuineFRIGIDAIRE inches I missed a broom wagon to her and then said to tu-i

and file tne original In the office of Ads of 19U. will register with the I above named Court and cause and "
ake ,'., and IK F. 'llIMT.VU which had dropped a lug. boy friend. "When you hit th,
L'ierk! of the Circuit urt in '* required to serve a c"i>y f.f ?
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ; ;;;; are ; ?
llrundford Count* .
HKI.l'Kn I HINTS: : Before filling l.r before th. : for I.tadford i'ounty. State of Flori- In Circuit Court I ;. MIT answer or phading to the coin- |!; The blonde raised her 'eroad., don't be a starga/ : .
h.iiii-er
In <
vour fountain pen with ink. it is : :20! day uf April, 1953 ; ia. upmi receipt of proof of publication Viha Florldnt TI. ... Plaintiff. )\ Julio Tice, :I plaint on the Plaintiffs Attonuv1Zach THEN SEE brows and her date looked bepal ?"
of this notice the fictitiousname II. D.mgla :. f.05 Lynch "
'otht'rwl
>>. the allegations of said Cave No. 97i wildered.I "Huh ? he said.
defendant. I
K""I| once in awhile to fill with a Complaint will be taken as of Starke I...an & Finance Co.. Building Jacksonville, Florida "
Police 'luppeari chuckled and spoke to "Stargazer. I said. "truck
under which I am engaged in business I the office of
tad file tile ungnal in
ntt uvintgar.; sevural times and I ed This by you.nolle* shall b. 'contus-I at Canova's nrug Store. Starke. and ToJulio address is i Tii: ..1 e. Ka.-t whose 106th residence Street.New .I :!:* Clerk of the Cirnnt -"o'lrt on E. H. SMITHTenth them over my left shouhlc'r.Or's lingo for guys who d
< lean before filling with ink. It once each week for four cou ecutlveweeks Fla.L. York City. N. Y. or t-efore the 4 day of May If.:: : all right" I said. "\\'e dim their lights to oncomii /

all lu the Itratlford County Tele- A. Canova. Canova's Drug otherwise the allegations of said! truck drivers haa of "
ill 11"1I'b\ then He sure You are hereby notified that a lingo traffic
graph. I Store. ..Starke Fla. I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
null's when ironing are dry herc Dated this 13th day of March suit for sad Temple Ave.
; atd this IS day of March. 1 *53. Divorce. custody and control of by you.
,, A.D l .53. at Starke, Bradford County I I This notice shall be published
putting away They may |j.OI-'I-'I"I.\I. SII.CharI >! A. D.irLyClerk minor children Starke Fla. I
uf the Circuit Oouri I II Florida. in theatve : 'nce each week for four consecutive Ij ( Advrniieinrnt)
I has been filed against you ,
ntlilew Sprinkle the brush of Hy Marlan L. Crosby, Ix-puty Clerk S'U 4t 4/3 named Court and cause and j weeks in the Bradford County Tele- : j

\ .'ur carpet sweeper with ammon- I 3 '.'0 4t 4 10 i ou are required to serve a copy of ,graph. ''I .
"u..I.1 Dated thi" 2 day of Atirul.1q53
hradford ( the complaint -'
I. Cln-ull Court your answer or pleading to
;i mi. c n week before using It I .. i (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby I II
\ o rut: 'IU U'I'IU'I. Florida ; In tbaiirery.Edith on the l'laintitf.u..rn. ) I Clerk ot he Circuit Court
lint better and H.-ard. Plaintiff. vs.itenr Bass, 3H2! Clark Building
v ill pn-k up brighten rtrrult ourl. llradford ttugi.i'hrI.Ia Jane Lloyd Clerk I
Marian L. Crosby. Deputy
By
....... ) H. Heard. Defendant.Case Jacksonville Florida 'I I
I tne rugs or rarpet WhenH ''I. In ( .r' 43 4t 4.24OTKT. II
T Murphy. Plaintiff vs. Flor- Xo. 97'Jit; und file the original in the .ftice of II

( a. hllan egg try using hot eiue .-;. :Muii'li) ) 1 f.-iulant Order. (II I'ulillrntlon ansi Noli.-e 'I utpprnn the Clerk of the Cir uit Court on ..r \ : TO \1'1'1ltI I I
the 27 of A Ilnl. 1! 53otherwise :
before day
Case No 96S2! Stale of Florida Krodfitrd Count; ,
In ( irrult Court.
ilk lib!"IIJ of water. >mIre. Tu tppear.To .. To: Henry II. Heard whose resideine the allegation" ofau..I Florida : In I hanrrr
Florence S Murphy whoserisidiiu and address i is t'nknoun Complaint will be taken as confesstO '
have quit drinking coffee. I [ Donald Frederick Harrington.
<' and addre u. :100 Ited- i You are required to appear on by you 'I[ riaintiff. vi&vis Aemlia Harrington -

'i.tw found I sleep better my fonl Park Xotilevard. Itronx. New April 27.; 19J.I. in the above named This notice shall be published I Defendant. ,'aof'0.. :SI41nllrp 1
'\",'rk(1)'. New York. Court and ....u..... wherein plaintiflks once each week for four consevutiMeki I \ TII \pprar -rL

-.' "'11.&, h does not get sn sour. and I You are hereby notified that a .. <- diViTie and .,.re-toration \\ in th. Ut.idfi.id: I '"uIIIT.I.. .". Plaintiff "I<. AAm \la Itirrtngwhose -
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Mit; for n-id: .-n nan .' lit nlf..rd ', -. '.itT.. !t- graph I residence and address is. El- I I. :
'.>ri letter withi>ut it I .I nih :,, I 11\: ..r..... -. i.h| .t!. t 1 1 1.1.' 'I. I .! .!. r" I I-- .1! ,1-, :1M: .1 J ,1 -.f M.r. h. I'. .l New York

t..i" ..I : t'- ". n.. .\ I l 11 I \i. \ : ." \ i '.11!11.5 I ..1 nura. notified that a uit I
\l. :lih..>t nulk !'"! bn-il. t \\ :' II I pi. I t. ., .\ 1\ I '. .ur!" I Y..u are hereby
l for Divorce I

has been filed against you In the

above named Court and cause and

you are required t" serve a copy of


PRICES i your Carlos answer on the E.or Plaintiffs Harper.pleading 204 to Attorney the W. complaint t'ni- _


DODGE LOWERS TRUCK Florida verity Avenue Gainesville


and file the ortgnat In the officeof .
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"1' 'jrral'h.: I Iiai.il !this! ; day of April. 1953. "I \ \ \\lavtO \

PLUS ALL THESE FEATURES TOO nFKI'"IAL! SEAL Charles A DarTij i Re t Voil\\
32% Cl.-rk of the circuit Cour? o '

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
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V e e r rf.T.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtFARMER'S'I, .'. ble.I' t: d.'t'-. and ticks. and irr '- Recent BirthK .
I race each peek ','r f.i ." ..
SOIL CONSERVATION :.t:.";: houseflies that attack) re ...* !II tr the tarad' .. \ .
: We re going to try to get our ::.... : anm.1s. !- .,1.1 MrA B Muggins of rrletCr.nn:

i tomatoes through without t'Igit 1 I H Tiil.es .usua: are tound ontr.t Starts annour.ie :h., birth of a 'F'F'tl'i'. Ito\ "\ : 'VV -KI>!L>, ...>,:..- \:- \

DIARY | try alternating apraytg: WIth Copper N E \V Sl. vu'.ners and bask or In rainy)! daughter Penr.Eimda.:- on Fndty *..r: K, .,'f the t'..- .
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nr v* i- t. >t .> t' .
-A compound and dusting with I weather under the belly line, heel April 3. in the N'\S hospital Jack- .

i / Hy Sam McGarveyThe < Dittane, We think that the Pan l. By Bill Haas fhes ( parents of ox warbles 01 r saville. Mrs Hucgins and mfar.:

American tomato is wilt immune. -rubsi I attack ant their daughter returned to Starke Wednesday TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV
.. U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION : lay eggs
author will br glad to rf'nhf' '
: 4 on the hind legs near the hoofs They reside in the X,'II-
Itrms of lntr.st ('ODN'm.Inr man WIIKItK:} : TH.IXItn;
4 Everybody we've mt in tte SEHrICEI ticks attach themselves M any pan apartments Mr Huggir.: i> '
i thr actlvltlfs of farmers In 4 4 County woo ban temes is asking;I of the body, tail lice are found i stationed" with :he Navy at vYiii I EXrKlUENVE 101 N'[
I Bradford County. SoggrtloiM may 4 f Field!
,- th- same question: What happecei the bush of the tail blue If .
I offlr or 4 ''j only in : >ou need a tru" or .un.aJ
bf Mi at the Telegraph '
= 4 to my berry plants' We asked M:. Leon Conner. Chairman of the lice are found about the face an 1 rpt'rtU cannot afford
La4tt'1.A to
Sam McGarvey 4
t malVd to 4 brownie and he said that adverse'Bradford Soil 'Conservation District "the nitrate w .11:I g:\e the grass a neck:: red lice attack the withers take
'on/ te TO rretn a chantwith %our health.h .
4 4 weather conditions and too much i Board of Supervisors, announced 'boost and the potash A'ill: help the and bark long and short nose lice In MmU last. Bradford ('.... ,
KI. ) being &lI\r"'rI fittol\
1 . . . a AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA* fertilizer was the cause. It seems> that the board will hold clover put on a good seed crop" are found on brisket neck, and under \ J.'r..tl rU I': r.I.: ./'laarrs.... Pia:" +, Hrrr
t
at I
-- the advise that almost all plantings are affected its regular monthly meeting Monday An advar. 'ed soil and wateconservation r the belly line and mosquitoes n. ;tt hi > l'"I..<:,. \ : anuta PnMnpUoatVnt
As -n.eri.r-r
Wt"H Sam Mom writ boo k t :i. -nt we ,'. ( wp tut, trained tt.h
s and that tee plans do not farm '' X :,':
it was to start dustingor April 13 at 7:30 p m. in the plan was prepared -< attack any part of the animal s \qkP T. ',..-ar.
n..m*> '. her ity life .!n'! we sure given look anything like they did a few agricultural Starke. for Eston Brown on his i body. To ."Ct"'ld'.. I:. ,. .. ., nk-ians. booth nulc and Icntah
; for the budxonn on a building in r.
i<< mia* her. Mom has alwaysved spraying months ago. Our patch is affectedr place in the Sampson d.-n. ar..t adi ...> : .. '.,j-on to aeries ou.
City section "Inspect
animals
7-day cycle, and then when th Plans are being made to invite a your frequent- \H'nu. Jfrookixnf,\ y. ;k
." farm life and we think that; silks dust or spray every same way. We have some representative of the Florida 'Eston plans to plant Pensacola ly." Dr. Swanson advises cattlemen You are l .rro '. .:,1..1 -tit a Kemcnihi-r jour h""rhn..'

m had a good tim- hre, even ifno : 72 hours.appear And it waj suggested( plants that show signs of gpnnggro'A"th Forest Service to discuss the different Bahia in some of his fields. "and treat the whole, nerd suit Divorce for: conduit depend on l' ,....rlCUtin

was busy all the time She and are big and bushy but Malcolm Harrell has l-en filrd .
of Breaker when find all of thesepests '
: that 2 quarts of 25: per cent DUTin types of forestr* services you am or aa. i ; i.'u in tit ):
ab.nam..d .
>M no
vigor, no 1 made a request for a soil and on one or more cattle' .j.-f and
emulsion 100 gallons o available to of the wa- you are requirrd ,
per cooperators t- -r*
reAni<'h she u going to makentI' bloom, and no fruit at all. Only a ter conservation farm lie recommends of these ycur answer ..r :>.ij, A n-py of
plan. The i'
; to
water be used as a spray, or :5 pe district Farmers and others interested any ng thr CANOVA
a Mmp (miniature) trt"e. 1 Iftn short time complaint t>n 'hr
ago we were land FUintf:
DIJT dust We Qidn'get t worrying lines of his place habeen i spray or dip formulas tor pest con Atturner. T !
cent soil Fra
as a in and water conservation k tiidruib
btdun<- Mom will do it, for about how pnE
< we t'mPTIOtTTFt
.
were going to fell Stwrkr. Fi. '
located r d. ,
on aenal anda I "
trot
out of the talk on photographs :
much
invited attend this
pre- are to |land lilt ,. .
his thumbs. the '
"icrten all i .I
"i.er.amly our berries K -v.
cooling of corn, other than the fact and now we are meeting. request for sd:} survey has beenmade. i 'lit Eight pounds: of DDT wettablt i i, the rifrk of the .'.. : "' fft.co urt on vl PIIOXE: :?():'
practically scrapping the field, to or before the
iix big fat red sausages with that corn loses about 50 per cent get enough to sell on our roadside The Board of Supervisors of the power and four pounds BIIC (6 !O d.. ,.f AI'll!, ( Near Hospital:: ) )

of its sugar in 21 hours, unless kept market Bradford Soil Conservation D-! percent gamma Isomer In 100 gal ,otherwi'r: the ailega: f ad; (;nine;\ ilIt' FL.
ears tn nub They are the huskiest near a freezing temperature. : tnct placed photographs of dIf- Cattlemen AdvisedTo Ions of water. (t'd liy. )',.u. onfrra i
ferent of i2i Ten pounds toxaphene i wet-- This notice shall l># puhtlehrd AAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMark
conservation
types
UIKo; >.i the moat uniform litt-r We have beard it said that ahelfer's prat Begin MeasuresFor
4 rwt.ver had. We wish SQi Although we've forgotten to do> ; first calf will never amountto tices in the office of the Starke table 40 percent in 100 gallon .

< u' n i i ml the pit did not have, it yf't, We must report to the barnyard anything, but we find it hard to 'Chamber of Commerce Mrs Marian Insect ControlThe of water '
that the tests for disease Howe for the ((3i One gallon toxaphene:! ,
II' Tuuiiiwith prlapsu, for we, Bangs believt- when we look at Slugger, Secretary
on our rows is negative i Comfort's (Chamber of Commerce states wiSt> ittler.ian will begin percent and iindane J.1 percent
"n well pleased with her first lit- first calf. The rascal is On
pest control measures in his ; emulsion in 100 gallon of watt i Your Calendar
There's been certain amount of that almost she rang
a not
jUt Ae know that the t.vst; two months old yet, and he is every day gets

>.est thing w- cm do is tell her at gosaip about Comfort, stalled by practically a monster. His daddyis inquires on the suitability of the herd in spring and repeat them It is important to get oomplt'-.
Daisy and her daughter Petal soils in Bradford when necessary on through the coverage of the animal win Spl .. .
ic maikH And we -will not save, ; a pure-bred Brahma, and that in" County for '
fall. according to Dr. Leonard dip While HIKTIIDX\ S
or high
u K'tux from her Utter mainly about the time she ran ;part would account for his rapid growing pastures The Board also pressure sprite

away and was gone overnight but j growth. Anyhow, he's really aome- placed in the Brooker Post Swanson parasitologist with th ere are more efficient knap.M, .n \ NMIUSHIKS:
the official should the I Office University of Florida Agriculture, and low air pressure sprayers t
The hens have decided that report put i thing (H pictures of the destruction r' And
riky : Experiment Stations.. be used with good etfect if f
cat-
quietus on that. old Grandmother
'i y h..v.. laid about enough eggs was above Only Planted caused by wind erosIOn. and pictures "Carrying out an effective pest; taken to get complete. coverage I r 4 ,.,e. 0'IIIEU i SPECIAL I nou .\ \ '"
Joy suspicion a couple of rows of of strip cropping, a conservation
our i hineison.. apparently fo '
rand control program not only is hui A dipping vat may be used, 1 b.' 1 Should RcmrmU'r
1 rightly: so, for she is such a :sweet corn on a schedule that sally practice, which is considered -
:1''' pr."lu'tlon rate is droppingi
refined old cd i i mane, but also will result m high- before it i< charged with any ":.' i With l1o\\rrs
lady. < for
VW lost on chit'kens planting every two weeks. one of the best ways of cutting -
money I i! er beef production than if no efforts ot the pt control mixtures 1 r:
rtSt vrar and the more we thInk'i ;Hut; what happened? The larks 1 1i down crop damage by controlling \\ tlt'n )ou end fl< uers. ..it .
were made to control the should be thoroughly t leaned o! '
about it i the more firmly convince- The watermelon seed I we planted 'ompletely ruined the rows; in fact. I wind erosion rt-imiiibranc, jour gift
hornflies. lice, and other residut'n tit aisemcals! 01! otnei 111,.
parasites l
is coming up fd.it. In tact, the 'now one single corn shoot was left. r la'.ptak. sour KIMH jutlll'
>A Ir' .line that wv will have to donmething supervisor V. R. Ferguson that bedevil tenalsTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT '
larks are helping it and We planted again and hope that cattle during the warm i incut is u< ll as >tniruish good
dnutir about our chickn up just used the district's seeder culti- montns of the year." Dr Swanson i :. -.. CmiMilt u. "tlttut ant

n ,prise We dcint mind about ruining the stand. We put we'll do better. this. .time. packer to plant 10 acres of Pen- ot.t.t..i"l1
K irking. but when after a year of, two pounds of fertilizer to the bill, sacola Bahia grass seed on his says.While no effective h I'IIIN1:211: rnnwurnt.
','ndmg rhxkena all have and is just about killed our Scotch When we first came to Bradford sprays ivebeen 11111" T.\Y :MOKK v\hen KSTJ.K-:
a a
: you place north of Starke. ,
developed for control of horseflies
''Hb I.. thitw for the work, that hearts to use that much fertilizer. ''ounty we knew what okra was ItKOOK dfers the In..t foimtain
District Cooperator c. C. Wynn and deer flies, two bad l pestsof 1 COLONIAL FLORIST
"ar'., !the .1.1| | brain buzZIng. The i; until Sam figured out that the cost 'but had never even seen it growing livestock (ten at only' S'J.371lde varietv
1 used the district's fertilizer spreader there are materials;
is that had too was only about 4c per hill and that before. Weil, we raised some, of colors and points at BllH100m -
"mlOJlrobably
we J liked to put out 200 Ibs. per acre of and methods which will contiol 1 1 :NON.1) ST. Starko. Kla.J .
it
A hens. and we did not take the would not be much to pay for a fine, and now we look forward rOl.NTY TtI.FGR.II'11.ll1LLLLLLLLLLLL1111LLLLL: ; .
of Mr Wynn said, bloodsucking hornflies,
nitrate potash mosquitoes
j,,-'|11t.r i are of th.*rn.We melon Hut as we say, the larkj to the crop very much. We t

just about wrecked our hopes. I planted a long row of it, and plan ---

to plant another row in a little
joined the Farm Bureau this ,
while. .r 1.J' ) : ',s .
week Ilul It because we believe The four rows of Southland tomanes -' ;':\ 'jr" 1. t 1 .t_.iLv- ; -:
that ''m union there IS strength"nd and the threw rows of Pan- ./'
Guess were about the last ones _rYt
tint a of farinrrs acting Amrican tomatoes looked mighty -
group in the to ':'- .
County get butterbeans j (
for thi-ir common good can help 'bid so we divided to give each -,. 1'1
'' "
'cucumbers, and Crowder peas'planted
nwnseivrii by helping! others. Or i plant an extra dose of fertilizer (

put .it another way. w.* believe (with the hand porn planter) and We were delayed by the!

quite strongly in farmers co-op- .'t helping of nitrate of soda.V..weather and also by our berries; i
l I which In case some people don't 1110i.e.
"' HT mfc WH also joined b viuse hoed the soil up around the plants Itl1 ; d
know it. take a lot of time. Planter why
o
mi have money by belonging 'and already some of them look almost did not cover the seeds very
it1Ce like tomato plants. The few .
well, so we gut a hoe and coveredthem
Pan American plants we set out
1 that
'on March 5 look way. y I
attended another me'ptlng' very good; they '
are stocky and a deep; green. I
neiil
to help farmers around heie
!l The row of green beans and wax 4r l1 1
if wits a regular meeting of the I
: I IAft..r beans
fling we planted on Feb. 14 was::
.rm Itureau. with speakers from thinking about it for a 1
L
blossoming, but the plants lookt'is Jeff i'
n. Kxti-nsinn Servue .'Ilto..t.: l time, we finally started fft' tt
I if they didn't care if they made'
tiv i'mint AH nl <;i'i'iK'' hug0 'k' |I' i arni, .t of planting d.lte.s : .
an> beans or not, so wv side dressed ........ .
The liipn tit i i1-); .i 11'0".I' I\r' IT-. :gIt I we Matted! n. I"! \ .' + y ft
a couple of rows with nitrate of -
A. II .J t'' : .1' ill \ 1 I "". ill a .i i hfi k tiai K :nil I I1 ,.sett' -,' .- oC;.<'

'... pin .''.1111).1.! .n, '\ I .h l' \ t : >\ :'i.'t\ tto ,. jiUlrtfii I "',t. h v..*-'; soda.tnd see and whit here o.rurs."e'U again we'll watch have -.... 0 L.

.... I II to>> get busy this coming week and ---- ,', .. -; (:. % '

I I -\pray against the bud worm. 5.q 11.a .

FARM FOR SALE BY UNITED STATES a, e y k, (1

Joy's calf Happy is a real problem !9 \S <' I k j

child If we let him loose, I 0' : c ., f r4r.L /

GOVERNMENT hell go back to nursing (and also 1 ,,c. ,*..1.',. P .v. : ?:) : .t
:
f bust into the kitchen garden again w-. -'.-_ _... .. : e.j,
so we keep him tied up. But it's a -

THIRTY-E1GHT AC IE TRUCK FARM real pain in the neck to have to

Keep moving him all the time, and
WITH THIRTY ACRES IN CULTIVATION tote water to him.

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LOCATED 0 1E MILE SOUTHEAST Last yeir we had good rutabagas II I.i There's an old saying that a thins is worth !

OF STARKE AND ONE-FOURTH but this year we're a sorry what someone is willing to pay for it. Well, if

lot Aphids just about ruined the, you could tour the wholesale and retail used ur -
MILE FROM FLORIDA HIGHWAY NO. tops and the roots aren't much' ; -.,,

good either. We're going to have, auctions around the country, if you could sutra' ',

100 ON GRADED D.RT ROAD. RURAL to learn what to do to kill aphids.' hundreds of used car lots you would discover that used ,
.

MAIL ROUTE, PHONE, POWER LINE, Planted a row of early squash in j Fords bring higher prices than any competitive

SCHOOL BUS SERViCE AND MARKETSFOR ., the kitchen garden, and hope thatit'll I' male-and Ly substantial] amounts.THAT'S ?
'
have better luck with it thank:

FARM PRODJCE AVAILABLE. we've had before this. That doggone -I

melon worm or pickle worm'
FARM CONTAINS FRAME DWELLING i.-> our enemy. WHY we feel our '53 cars should offer is called lonlonutic. It i. the nlO..ter"kltile so good. both in durability and apptran ,' 'hat

i! compared with cars in the same price on the market it the most
AND THREE FARM BUILDINGS IN represents profound you probably could not Jell the difference. \'*i

i i A car from Tennessee drove up i ot because our competitors don't do consideration of engiue-to-wheel j power transfer might even prefer it, l because of its better design

FAIR CONDITION. GOOD WELL WITH ,11<> our Roadside Market and Mrs. a jyxnl:; job-ubuoubly I they do-but because we and that it docs the best job for our engines isn't and more pleasing appearance.
1
Walker and Mrs Wells got out and feel! Ford Cars hate more in common with the even open to question. It "shifts" better than
ELECTRIC PUMP. PROPERTY WILL told ua that they are regular readj -; you
j ers of the Telegraph. We've( highest priced automobiles. The similarities are could shift by hand. Then there's the question of sheet metal. If you

BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER I heard from them again: for it far greater than the differences. were to measure and analyze the sheet metal

FOR CASH OR 20 DOWN PAYMENT i i seems that Mrs Walker lost her, If lint )ou ran see it oho i/n/,< rfanf. Here structure in the most expensive car, you most

tiillfold. and is anxious to get itt I II Fur etamjile. Today, the most expensive cars in again Ford Cars lead not only in their price: field likely would find it identical in thickness to the

WITH BALANCE PAYABLE IN FIVE i back I I IWe''e this coun'ry hate V-tjpe, S-olinder encines. Ford but in the medium and upper brackets as wtll. corresponding panels in Ford.

Cars hate had this of for Ford is Full Cirde This
exact same type engine visibility Visibility. means
ANNUAL I STALLMENTS AT read often thlt
EQUAL quite ,
as-
paragus will not do well here in1 I over 20 )cars.What's )huge, curved unobstructed glass area, front and After all, then, irhat la the difference

5 INTEREST ON U PAID PRINCIPAL. : 'Florida, but this week we had a:, rear, plus side windows that allow all passengers bftueen a Ford and the costliest can?
i I
more astounding. the current Strato-Star
pretty good yield from the three, what the hotels call "room with a view."
SEALED BIDS ON GOVERNMENT BID V-S sells for hundreds of dollars
less than &e\eral
1 dozen In the difference
: plants we set out four years' our opinion, Is largely a matter

FORMS \VILL BE RECEIVED ON PROPERTY j I-\g. It is a real. treat.. ji j I other maters charge for a six-o Under car. Nowthere's s1j>}H>aranre? A higher price, of course, does not of dimensions, weight} (and the poser required

nothing: wrong with a Six but they do cost make a car more beautiful. Conversely, beauty in a to move it) plus the distinction of owning a car
UNTIL 10:00 A.M. APRIL 20 | Have to hurry and less
up get our to male. Ford males Six-the
a most modern "
Ford "for free. Ford has found that other
i field! corn comes that it not so many people own. The desire
planted as we know that
1953 AT THE STATd OFFICE OF THE .a I lot of weevils will be disappoint- overhead \al\e Six in the industry. And if it's a costs no more to develop a beautiful ar than one for thee things is understandable and probably

HOME ADMINISTRATION I I ...1 :f we don't. Seems that we're six<)Under car you want. Ford has it and for less that is less pleasing! in appearance. You can drive justified for people who are willing to pay the
FARMERS
i .ilways late doing everything. Bat'tvtter money than the5, which is as it should be. up to the most exclusive doorways in the world price to satisfy it.

ROOM 304 CHEOPJ OFFICE BUILDING late than never. and feel
perfectly at home in your Ford. Fords .
lOinf about ride? Here's another Ford similarity As f> comparing Ford with other its
35 NORTH MAIN STREET "belong" in exactly: the same social category cars In
In t want to put the "wham- with high-priced cars Riding One of all do if wish
Comfort. as the fine,t. one-of-kmd creations. After all, a price range, by means so you But,

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, AT \VHICH r.sjht;yu: on at our this time Irish they potatoes look ,pret-but: the misconceptions for many years has been that Ford is a custom! creation multiplied. as we said before, you'll get a better picture; "-f ,,

TIME A PUBLIC OPENING OF THE t\ to us. They are the best crop' ,cight-sheer seight-is what it tales to make a Ford value by comparing with cars that art n'C

""'bot >,t potatoes we've ever had before.I' ar ride well. Ford has found that \ou can make a What niton ninnins costs? Here's one place like Fords-those that are priced up to ln,. ,

15 BIDS WILL BE MADE. THE PROPERTY A ru-.chbor told us he was satisf t 000-pound car ride softer and hold the road that Ford's advantages are obvious. For oil and gas much. In fact, we think you'll quick; I.t ; :'. -

:,,'. :f he got 25 bushels of pota-! otter by far than manv cars that full the other with Ford be .
MAY BE IN iPECTED AT ANYTIME weigh a 1000 economy Ford has the big cars wlnpjcd. Ford paring cars < .m-< ': ; > >

Jd :,x,>< from a bag planted, so we'll,, sands more. In the '53: Ford, for example, front parts cost less. Ford service charges are less. Ford Ford has really established the New St.i.da; .: ,'

BY PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS -t w:.at we get. I' id road shock has been reduced up to M>%. We tire mileage is thousands of miles greater. And..lnatriearr Iload.

AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONAND p ,L old farmer's got to keep: }' it compares most favorably with the heaviest Ford depreciation L the lowest of any car on the a %
sold toJa '
rs ,
: V bud worm and earworm out of market-bar none. a rs

BID FORMS MAY BE OBTAINED !..s sweet corn (and it costs some- 5 3 l-1 OR D

=: FROM MR. CLIFFORD L. CURRIE :h.r.g to dol : now they're talking 7iaf about automatic transmissions? It Ifhat are Forth made of? Some people have.

.... ..iN'Uooung the corn in the field. iUld take the fingers of both hands to count the the idea that the costliest cars are made of '1.dhruious

COUNTY SUPERVISOR, FARRIERSHOME \". i that would cost us more. kinds of aut. r.atic::: and *en '.!t"IH.HK stuff" !l':", [fiie that! come hi-.h-r, ,':< c.d i r"jr< ha.ctf 11",:::. lIorl v5t'i! t'4 b''.". i it! ./

:: ADMINISTRATION 102 S. '.i-o Looks to us the next thing 1ancmts5jirib un LUC I4.1lic: 'tx- 1... .A.1. ,. : coswu'j .'[ > jful. f't-!' > \1. ?: 1 .'_ ;,_- .t 11 't:1.: 't. ,doC.} '-<_,. it[ .
? .ve know the farmer will be ex-

- ;.v-i-.e.i j to furnish butter and sea- r

: : THOMPSON STREET, STARKE FLO nn.wh; every bag of com i

--- RIDA. THE GOVERNMENT RESERVES

Tilt: Klf.HT POINT for the ,: ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

= THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR oat you w rite. Come in and *e-1 1

lent sour favorite K>TEKBKOOKj
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ALL BIDS. fountain Pen. Only $t.3 i at I

BRADFORD COUNTY PHONE 115
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FRIDAY, APKII H> 19Zl 1
Good Looks Alone
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Don't Determine .i. k- F'. r.&*. T T\i"I.I\ H I' 'uiL.. : .
da> .f April!. U:: "
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r 1.- : >>3. l>et+ rr.i the legal ..thersse I'uilJ .- t.
".r> .! Jlt. th.. fnlinaing d- the Utations of mid amt fil* tr.'ie .- a t-,: .,
Value Of Oomptant At!! .
PasturesS r P4 real property s.t'iate. lnf: and I* taken as coaestrd : I':"r;. .
n BILLY ( 1>V ,
MATTHEWS'WASHINGTON ". 'JC .n Itridf .rl c-u-t J '1: r hefer .=',. .
Florid t
ar : .. ". :t } This n.'"1.-* hU be ruMisihed "- .-.. .
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S :"l: tn'\ '
good yo? one Path week f.>r t'ar
t' "'"n'o'ro.nc! > fJnyli lltilrseeks ti': ,. .
:fh
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of
.- 'rr !ujot by Iooklf'ga' ? S ".. X": '= ..t :\\\s f st' .n 1\' graph .n the! Bradford Count\ Tt'le. I P11n ty t..'U '

< .r.t.sth and cattlenierx T'w., sh:p T > :'h }tang.Ea.i.. Paced th.- H day 'f :\I..c'h 1 ,J5 ':.htcn i' .
g NEWS ail. run x-I a.y-: < the Ara FFt'lVL! :;t: \l.1 Charles 'n. fah w c r.
LETTER A liar
;,". ; AI for a long time tna- e tgaof s*:d :NE 4 ,'f N;:;%\'l, a d:!I' Clerk the fircnJt (Court? Akin, ,: : .:: 'l .
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>'.. .1. -; grass does not in its.7.ei.i *-;*. 1I t p 11:i.t r .f.f 4i brKntnn: trf :t. t thrnP slake! f.T ran a Py itar.ao I... Cro>>by, Deputy Clerk g':",t'A 1", i ", .1!

tr.it: the cattle have ar.rrinare -.r:{T..!.4 rAand paralVl! uh t'... :'\.r.t- 3 :L' 4t 4 lit'OTIcE 1 ,''''F.r 11 r \
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lose .'f .:: .d S*, 1''n l Irt a .I-t..". rI'f .5... ,1
TO
Il Owl T Iluitltlnl of feed. 1'.0 I : : ': ot.t : p:>a.-e let me know :f they .*151; '.f '.> the W...: edge .>' c. Chests Bra4f irrctnimirl. ('_ P-f Mvr.40 L : .: 1'....
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Dr George K. Davis head of thvt.mal > Lke of ta.! fs: :it f uav of 5-ate HtghAar ...........: I. muBrrry .e t I 1
( ounlg -nt Nutrition Laboratory: f'.f: at one these check lists .X: :".1 char: .' run ,'uh. \ ".. -* W H.f.II',. I":., '.' f x sMadt'a 1
t \\':.v : 1.-:::> At shall tr)' to fat promptly art the ed. :? ,,: .n" ttie'i..1 \\-t edge : : .::e lierng! :. I.e'.. .ions >r
1 '. \pri< ultural F.tnn S- Wire :he Florida Agncultural ExpfniM"it ..' '"* I H.Kt11* .t J .
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which
ei: t:1.e r.t": :" i .terta.r..ng I receive 7' f -tt ti
StatIons. has some pOIntersor .i jv nt uher thr N.llr. Tffrmw..

Two (,,,cHI Ibrtingrx !.,,'A' r.iry ). .-" ': : "... program! the members of Congress. :. The House is having ar. Easter "..t.In,1 d.. ,.t \\f- :..n.n the S.u'h T< :\1..1.1.i H. ': W, .. FOR OFFICEOR
the : The N
raise :
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I ] determining o pastures I : N.1'01 XE p f -i-,d.t0 e an aIdr': i' I 1 Fk....
n... ', >.. g '. : \ d A Pe'iC V.V asked for the meeting to bed 1 t President was very gracious i for ten days but I am ;::0\\ :Int..r... -.a.l I huthua? Strut. ::-.t. bl.u.t.\: y. k.

x '. ). .' ', the Farm in Starke again next year. and after our meal he I I }. here in Washington to do then e run 1'v- : frt.t t-> a1"II.t Y J are htrrb oot.f.rj tJ.:t a HOME
"I" t lie says total digestible nutn- 11.-t. 'e 'III Eat aid We*: ,suck, for

Cur .i i A ima ,.f."- f ir kw.st yet With the speakers such as we enta, or TDN are of primary importance conducted us on tour of the 'I very important Committee .I..ad:1 ne :.m .'r:e, s. .''h N,.,'e ,.f XL. of I'.t'r. r .
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House I was which will be t vrNr 'IN{ Ntth has drm L.t: again" v "n the
particularly n
V.MI A"V ,:.'! t-' "'a.'i about had present for this type meeting m any consideration of helpful to all I I the X.rth, ..nI 1 South '.ne. in theWeN ah,Itr r.1T- I Cruet and a. -. a'.'

) and: 1 L.t-v tIt 1f.I".Ht was shown any pecan grower who stayed I pasture quality. The term TDN ested m the Lincoln people of our District. .,-.,.. :\1-, ,f, ,iuj. NKthe -,(. ,'f S\\- >ou are tri ::red t"> serve .. p)' 8dtrtlcck
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tv lw number of questions asked I away surely muued some good information in ludes protein and carbohydrates the large bed made Congressman Charles Bennett >.f ,,,.1E'. t ai.,,;f1y rif: th'(t a lees t,;f tan!line(''' > ,':If an: utr .n.:'r p'.etd.iit.the p.ai' titftt th.oonpli't '.-'

MxrkiManager Judd proved bu I Did you know that 5 j starches sugars and fiber. Lincoln and in the room formerly represented the I. 1' 'i, 1.. 1 1 t.> the p rot .if !.,'!CII. \ v r Far': L. tram. fOUNTAIN PEN
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KI
ittritt in getting more corn in-ii south' astt-m states produce 83.: These are the tissue-building and the President keeps all his part of our District so ab- :NS .'f N..1,1'E: : : ,>f :-\\1.'; ,.f seta! and f.'f:: t'! < rig'nl )in t",' "r.e ,.' DISK SIT

<.ration by treating the visiting','I ]percent of all pecans in the United i i t nergy-making parts of the grass. al l trophies The President is getting married next week. I. :Ji.th..r"-:e, t. ,r. T.:,II A-Vr,-h:(p tf"e'7er-N and !la- r'he .
<(>- ,ikr t" coffee and cherry' :States" That is just one reason i Pasture quality so depends on of the fighting spirit I is marrying a Florida girl who entN .r'.1| appurtrntni.... .t. : \1"\ > 'JCOM1UTI n
South Korean allies and } '''s in West Palm Beach. I know th-na' hrt'na< .,is Nan Htghuet ,.th.'rw .'.. t',., all: .
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[p1 after thmeeting It waa only : why we need a strong pecan marketing the amount of ( .nt. phosphorus, I MII I..r.< ..r..' -h.. '.,,,," and idt-n- .... : Ii' u.i11e i! Kan: : .atnit /11 h. !Itra
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natural' that I be with the group program magnesium, COD .n sail, potas- gic it was that their of us wish for "Oiarlie", as he t'. tl v.atr J I.I': j j.,n'rh'' nun: 'd tr >. :i ..1II

Production i not get enough to eat 'afft>etionately called great hap 1"1',1 t, al: ". .r ,..Lt.. :n 111',11',1 This notur >ha':! t'. p ...,: -.h.,1 ;
dlrecI and element ,
*nil rir.ldie Watteraon. a I'rpprr j jI slum sulphur trace :'jy. .'j. : : "
'1.- 'n..l's..h werk f ': f.r -, ,.:: v halt.nBradford '
t.ii in I the Farm Bureau was h.-tate to mention anything I found in the grass know we are using more I 'r.Ya" n. JrPreal weeks in the Hrtdf id t' jv T.r

that he furnished the ,| that extra cost to soldiers to replace our Smcerly. ; : 1t.'r graph
luikv mean produce
in j The most critical of these plant Dated this" 1- dav : \' h .
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20
41 4 10MUiri
transportation > ia crop but after these recent +i i'floods contents in Florida are protein the front fighting zones. Billy Matthews I ,' (OFF1CIU. :KALi 'harles A in. .

The speakers. said that it took(!'' you surely will want to !}( fiber with common salt playing 'of the problems we have is the Ciriult Court Of llraJUrJliiiniO. In : iu \iMT.tu- By Marian Clerk L. Uro.by of the. l'lr'ult Deputy
.u nit lent fertilizer to grow sweet give some thinking to the fertilization i Ian important role: along The coast these soldiers supplied with .' I'l..rida. In Ihanrrrj. riort.U ClreulfuurL: In I'hanrrrt.TL HradUrd. t'eu..(,. S :-> 45 4 "1

irn You cannot produce sweet of your pepper. We have anew and in some of the peat areas. I 1r |food and ammunition. I : .It"I.!.K, -'.Id'pt.'n. ..f vie Elzah.11!' .iv ,- I'.nd MtHI"i. : :ntiff,

r of Along with the other .... lf I'uhliratlonnir v- .\n<:.t i.; \1,11. ;. I'd. nits t. orn K TO irrcin CountyTelegraph
the ollre
in case young
fertilization Pepper Production Guide that Except .
r.irn with a fil"d corn j' from tobacco producing T.. 11..brt Kir'-: !I.rlurest an.1 '.11.... t'i-i :S'". 9704' lu ('...... ...... 1lradlrrd .....,, .
program He suggested 10 to 12 will give you a good program to'!I l grasses pasture will not supply men : :. .-! 1'rr.utre'. H..ul.i\li T. .1.I'llrar: rlerWa, I. c'.a rears.taii .
follow card I enough protein for young animals I protested to the House ; ,:Mh < 'et tlln.1. \u: .t N i :M.uide" white r,'81d' Luidga'd I. I'Uintlff' t : 1 j' i
Drop us a or by .
> stop I < .till! iiiil i' I K: J. ,.
hundred acre. A \\ l ,
pound per grover last \nu are h.Tl>': n.-hL til that 1,1.I 1 ".1. 1.111.1".1 l'dl'.I.
Committee
Means .
animals not be ableto and A-.hvile! :New Y'.ri.. i iTou
Younger .
thn office and pick one. may '
up V I'nnore-t and \.rIl4 J. Dm+"- i \ '
that had not used that much
eat enough to about a proposed House 't have bird their sA "rn are hereby. notified: that 8' \otire To tpprar
pasture grass prtitinii
('.w"ridin.h In ('hid{,, sut: for I):v.r. r has Lien filedaKainxt -
the f 1' E"i1": 1,1 I 1':1.t ; u' -
wu urged to apply more now adoption <> one Ehzah..th i
their needs for growth. A IS intended to level l a you in the ahlnam..d
supply .
Many folks started a few chicks -in,,rt 1'.h.) .- abate 1''UrI. a 11,1 Co' rtNuiin> .n.\ add'u
Ins'-,.t control was emphasized 300-pound beef (calf growing tax' on tobacco. The bill -u.'h ititi ti mill l,r- pr"."nt..1 rt and ran** and > ..u are required You are Wart) :,. tn: d ih.tl ..
during the last few weeks. Coc- to erve
a ropy i.f jour answer t..rI'
rtirmiKly One quart of 25 percent cidiosi.s is the mam disease you I normally. would have beat 64 levy less taxes on cheap the.. ..f Hon said John t'uurt.A.at H hi>Jlurphrr..ffi> r rfi. or pleading to: the complaint -u.t xia ,,' let I's Thoroughly
the
I11'T to 100 gallons water and pounds of very young wiregriss,, rettes This would mean ."-\illr, t'l..nd."II Aiir'i J. i: 11'\ Plaintiff- Attornrv ( I I. ., ., d IK.tiN" \ 'n tt..
will want to watch for while T. Krtt.K l.andrun.Starke.. .r .
a j jthe I .1.t le tl 1 I .r.d 1 .'
I 1 :: at 4 o rlo k I :I.t aeonI
uHfl from,0 to 75 gallon per ('hi<'ks are from two to 121 to supply its protein requirements.!manufacturers!I of cigarettes ThiOrder shall< 1'11I.lie published 1 in ,''FI-M.li. a->.1 tlo,| the rtK'n.tl; in the' X '' .. .Il. '' ".d I .. \ ,. ,,\ ,.; Wash Your Clothes
20 to 25 of "i sl I .... .. 'fti e of the i li-rk of the Tiriii ;ti X. I.. i '. ,, r "r .,Ii ,.
a if or pounds print | This amount would be 176 pours' ; buy cheap tobacco. and our neat four w klv'i >! ,, |.i. t tl
weeks old Chicks will become weak ,1 I .. :i ''nit .n lof'IP ti.> : > drys\ of :: I 1'. .. ,. I I" r.1 _
I IIDT dust for budwonns The and Their I it the grass were old. The same h,i ers would get less for their I'.itt-d' this C.unty M.ir.'Telegraph hit. 1.1',.. I \I.r.l. ]1"':? ..'1'n .>.. .t'.;,' :tli! ;.t- V \.1: \ .! I: i-- '.tr l- 9 Poumla
droopy feathers be-1 ,
,in.tli'nal must gel into the bud t calf would need 54 pours :.s of't ry'co. I am against this bill '.. .'1'.1.\1. SK\M: + I'hAili-' 1Iarl.CI..k .\' I 1"1, i 'In, ',,1 w .ll|j be I .1 i" I i"N "," j dry.
come ruffled and I II I I --.t i.v \ ".I,.II .l' d I t .t.. .
they present uf the Cm oft! 1'"u3a14t41 rt' cif. t :11. .11. o" uf
l-ur corn oar worms you ""ed 2 young Pangola per day to meet itsneeds. do all I can to defeat it. !; j 0'I I'I ThN noli e shall 'r plI.II-h..d' '', i : .t. I 'I: .. .1 i ..1 Ullr For 40c !
a "peaked"appearanre.. The wings I nre each Week for four "i-n-,"t'ut.\ .. \ i' .
qn.il'-> of the :sam spray mnteritI I I I1y I \\int our farmers Weeks In the Bradford< Vunt T..lt. .'. ,. .
> .
often I Ikr (Irniil .1 ll.: : <
drop some and the birds I mirt III Tlwrlda
< [IH'r 100 gallons of water Some appear P.l ture plants undergo changes good prices for the j ,klh Jndlrial. ( irrail In cud 1'.r graph ,.rhOl". -. alt! K I' I.- sa I FREE Bleach If Desired) !
sleep I i licked th 1 v div' "! :Shinh 1'.,1. '', .. ,
the that affect (.nl I !' t w lie t..Io. I. a- !h'l-N
K' sell.! .
'FFI"I I 1 \l..i:11.1: i ):.,ru. \ hrb 'X Ate.
These are two : .i. I'+J"1! li.tinn; .r.,1 ant i: K ) i t. l. ftmple !<\\IAJ lieWeWil1
types of co< cidio.s-! mature'they ,' ..
.
quality As the plants for the called 10.1'1. f the firt'in' c .irt TII1s'"i .' -lnV: de ',t'i. '.
111.,1.| |. use 3 quarts per 100 gal- 'l, I voted so nd I. h. ,! /.11'1..1 I Pl.ii'itifl-i i p :
is. but the I I"v :Marian 1. t"r.-b, ', Deputy i'::erk .. ..
one most frequentlyseen J.KIK > orue rat h w..k f. r 1".1' > ii- > j
less i I. .
contain urotein and i-: 'ii ih
merry rii.uip- rhii
bill" this week
'IIM Off water lands
Spraying must bed past I ;. :0it11 10 'iv- the .
v\hN l.ralf
M id t'
., ".nunTelt e
i9 the type that produces !>" 1.\\ l-ai.i! J )iri11 i ui Ii. __ _
( .n.- tin schedule every 72 hours ture and more crude> fiber. The: bill would give state -' .I,,hn-.a,. hr liu .lifil. 1"/11.1. graph .
bloody droppings. Watch them ';' I 'nTH'.: '1'0l'r... Ut I't'd' dn ..f :M.u. hi' "
11'.in" the tinittht* :silk begins to sharp drop in protein values as the': to the submerged lands -- I. ( Irrult ('t....'. Krniif.rrf l'..>fr (FFU'IAI.M I\I.1:: ) t'lI.rlo'1A.. iMrtey
closely and if see of I I f,I .iii( r. nr SIMM ti. )ttsltliuTI'I : > I'lorida In '
you a drop I aAa
boa If it rains right after yon plants age is a good indication ot i respective states and \\i: : blood in the dropping, start treatment I \ .I! !' I 1'.UIIIff.! : v Stir' **) Mai..,n 1. Tro-dix Liipiiti"erk ,
roots( :shirt over ngam fo'Ivper their nutritional quality. Di Ilvir lsfithem ownership of I \ \: IN, h-i-ln' (ti\ "n i to whom I V .ir.. >,'!,'in1.nil l\i-e ;N.>. 1I1I1 n :3 J '111 41n'tll'E '}
immediately. Everhou [ m.t.MII. 1'11; tint rind'r and l I.F.tlte Dry Your Clothe.
"nl l linT dust may also be used ,I points out. but this doesn't tell the under the water to the Jr nf that leitain, final I ili.m- I .. Marv Tppr' I'var1..r.T. : wh, .. '
counts when I >- rradenc-> 10 PPF.tn
this
"s\Aivt corn production is good bloody type is whole story. The dry matter can[nuts of their historical foie.' I li.NtiiH aid ..tl.- "-nt >- 1'i 1: lilt t'miit of th. Eighth Ju ...
i present Sulmet or a simihar Ilr .Ki> !i. ;.N. v\ York litrida: IH .
produrt I tent also reflects the available nu fcnncrrj.rihu
oiisiiif sa for the insecticide peo- In the case of Florida this Ml < -iiiuit ..r Kloridi ..11 th. l.'th: I You hereby '' .\ .
are notified Ruth la New
that
a rii.i.tiff. to- 1..11: AutonmtlDrier 1
| will stop it if you start in trients. Low total fiber > IJf Marth: r:'51 in .1 .uir tl\i-r *
means \ r- for
pie 10 1-2 land miles out in !suit ;: lUitUr I'< ftiiliut! 4't5r: :\.;". :9b7fke : 7
I pending whcifin :MAK: liil.i]: : ,
time. > lM\.r. n-h dv' and To
Directions control
Thr was mighty are on the bot- I better digestibility. This bill the House .\ IIIIXII and H. K 11.\\IIII\11: : I 0 ,, Apprar..
pecan meeting passed II mi'\ioi' held : "Ii wild! -upii.irt of T. I.tlhe Hilt\. vvd."- : id+.n.ld <'
J'HIII| also. Do you remember how|I tie It ifl used in the dnnking water Too little phosphorus in the. overwhelming majority husband ar. planitiftN .unl''j rtiildrinIha :> .idilnN i 1- : ', 1 I' ix- .1.1! ; MI 6)
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: PHILLIPS: isKn.vii: | been f'I.f| i-.t I! '. X,11;: "|.
from aci.ntou In tin'abnyr --'t
"it t i tined MoncUy n! TtT In Mortalitj Coccidiosiscan plants may limit growth of the!llie\'mg as I do in state's now iiri: :\ \ II .1' 'II"\ : lined I'.un and iau-e andrvon \ nil" .C .. hi i i l,:. ii .' .L! .I 1 li.it! a
be high in young chicks cattle them. Old N and iiKtUtiiK: ) .is >H\.N: < ':X. ]h. i are ruiuired+ ti.erve .'. -nil f 'I'
ipiti> of that downpour there : grazing grasses II am glad I had the .' ]. ditiiiilintN. a '.po'
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These ; to thiitiint
wet 1J men presmt I'll not tell sulfa-drug treatments can l I contain much less phosphorus than voting for it. .% .Ir. IN :xp," .|I.d1"1'| : ]n ::' on Hi. l'I.IIIllff h i i I I.. 01. I. :. .'! i" i \ i 11 tli!" TheVasheteria\
be purchased from : ".-n \vill .nf. t-.r N.tl| ml! I ,. '. .
local feedjstot.s the \ttoi in'v T 1 F'.wl' I L.udlutr 01.\ ,
1'111 )HI\S 111,111w..re :andANNW.VIXt 1 your I young grasses -- youngi During the past few .. : : I n"II..j 1 .tilt! wit I i a4'
glowers N n at >!iMi. .
| ut'ry t. i t --'.I'k. Fl I .1 1 ,
v i u :tn n ', i r. -i v
Flies are among the main 1 i 1 grasses usually contain more than i, have been sending letters .--t and 1..,-' (udder, \ f.'r! i-li. r, I'd f'tO' the "1'.101 I ll in, I !h.' office .'ll |.;. .: I. ''<'11|I'i t.u o|11\! l lv

I ai i'let i of <'ori'idif e. I II I enough for good cattle growth. As i of our people who haw I,I of th."t dl.-.r of th.! r' '" I k III. I I '. t f''||M I ; 1.. I I' ,, .. ',, I -

: : ( ){ : (; If Mm lire raising huh fur grasses mature there is a drop inL 1 star route mail boxes ----

TilE: 01'11OF:: < ; .\ !oroilei., or pullets \oii mlJht L I I i i their phosphorus content. j I have post office boxes I I 1 ,. y

\\ ant one of our helpful bulletins i Trace elements are important -I towns and rules Included .
,UKi.( .\1-\\( ; :: rOil very <<

on' i.using; thicken in the pasture picture. They: i this letter is a check list of : 4"ors f

( inn liisinn must be supplied to the cattle( farmers' bulletins which are ..- ".'o) 'f 1Ii I
I ) "rot
I urn writing this at about 11 either through the soil or in the able. and which I believe 1' '. 'ems

01' Kick Monday night. As I unte.Hid mineral both Here ,..' } ""'", S a K iha
box or m ways I helpful and interesting I oi'y'' 1

listen to the rain still falling a-ain. good looking plant growth farmers gardeners and I /r'ft('< ,-"" ,. ;f a

I I think III't t'.ill from L A Davis may not oe a guarantee of nut n-has been impossible for ItI .. .
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SANITATIONSYSTEMS the other d.iv Mr. Davis called tional quality. I( send one of these check f. : 1
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and! said that his Irish potatoes Dr. Davis explains that the final I every person in the '

were just glowing out the sides of test o( the nutritive value of pas II want to take this Fla.'o "-

Home It-anin;;: llquipnu-nt the Uvl.s and said he was considering turns is the wain which livestock to tell our people that .,, ./

Welcomeoui '\irliv llanJ.1'It h tilling a few loads of poorer grazing the pastures: per you I who did not receive t ,1. ". < .

SIKMKKMarke "' oil in to slow down this growth I form. However good manaxhat / e-I these check lusts may .: f' ;,; '. .. S.o'Is4
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; lorid.i I am waiting now to hear t merit of the pastures will go a long j b> writing to me. I did .. fj-( :...d. .1. :,
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foi mance. 'larger towns so I aTi 'asking w.: ..: .. I

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