Bradford County telegraph
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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 24, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03217
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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UNDER SAME IASTIIEAD[ 10 PAGES TillS WEEK Official County Publication Established In ISi9 SINGLE ropy lOc CI.\ lilt:!. ECIIOES i I

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Property Active Here Bumper Crops Seen Despite Bad Weather .

Johns Buys Out Partner In Ice Co.;

Suslow Adds To List Of Holdings r I .. ,. Hail Misses

Senator Charley E.; John: 1J.amt. t'lt "..is. ..tur.r! 1,1 S tir Tobacco Fields

Starke Ic! Company( this w.-k. Iu..m'n; 'II'.half III t 0' s :
of his partnt'r, J. laun('(' Ed\\rd-: i 1,1', :':1'.1100.
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n- name fll Iu'n 1.1'a; r JI:" 4I Beans Suffer

Su. low also figured prominent ',

's: 'tit' de..tJ bockr during the pa" $$32,000 Lease s f q, I t _
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week mdwatlDg that the fanlll. < : t .t i 'IIi wt'.ttt't! :: t I ,

111'aU Street figure had ad,1. .1 .\t \ !fl l1',1 tll tilt: 1+11'hli.: '
On Timber Land T-
another $20.0jl or 50 to his already : -. ) \ 4 : ,1\ Matt' r.1I ::11' n\, :

extensive real estate hold \ .
'\ (is at t..rkt' mill I :, "
InI here A J:fZ:! INN, lIrwr: il'a" fr ., I. \f ,I 'rl' humming with ;"., i ,

largest transaction In whit IiSUxluw i F'and f.lfla'l...: ms o2rw! : .. ilt1 : 111:0:; week" making h.l: !

frgurrd Wall the purchase ; laver I", 1Lti .1I..r me of F"nan -- : ,.,r r.diun-i It- h'I :, LIIr' !i' ,
of 1+.O toot (runt-
approximately ,
:ma was plan rd! In rt'I"rd .n : tt"cJurthousl 41f \t' It.d'! ,
age including small bulldl1lg, on
h..I't' ednt',11
+} t
Avenue (IU S 3011 from I'I'Tt'mple I m.1
Terms of the lease give I: 'i-i mIre sF 1 I"t "
J T and Minnie Quigley for I the right to cut ('PI tam tUllbt., .i.l \ 'h' I.. \ '

$12OOQ. This property is a pore on 4scree,5 of 11'tggtns' land, ." :aq t.

lion 0' he 10' A. Scott homeaite the western part of Drdll' l1 I, ,.t .,1 1"-

pun hawed by the Qulgleys! some County The timber to bf' 1 'I r rdeacrtled .' q 1s ; a ..iII II. ".: "
true agogusluw all All pine tti. "" S"" ,
and A J Thomas were with tine or more turpentine fa rc .. it;
tinted ai, purchasers of IOmf 220 and all black plOP timber only ,1{ I t ,';

fee rr.rntage on Feast Call Sl.fr.f1 when It otcomf'8 and while II 1 1-0 .:... :II.l .,

.Junius M and Virginia Over 1 inches In diameter at I th,. I ir'i t,I ,

tree balle" Such timber can tr.I ..
8/1 II fur UfJO: Thill property,

wlln 8 ,I"pth of g.37 feet lies be-I I i rut only until the expiration oil! I!., "

tWt't' \\ .11.'r and !'it.' Cbir Streets of the I lease which IS set at J.1i. .. I :" .

and I), i h., site of the old Bland I 30, 135(3.( ;? 1 1 k> '.
I The lease further '
a:, 'rru'' r huilJlnl which burned i \
RayonJer will take .
.r r.I .II'S IKO I precautlll'I' I.t I ,I
protect young limber from II t I'i
"Id" purch8Aed from A. J. \ \ ',1z
i during cutting operation,, at'
"tics I I. "onf'-balf inter'at in I' I..
owner will t ike precautIOns I '. .
ftICWI( : .wd 1 hf Gaskins Addj 'j I"
: fire out of the tract.
'II 'I'n! of Slarke, for f I!}()(' I '
HayoOlf'r was represen'the :
1'01' I I""q..uty. recently pur.'hawd r ,
I ti.tn-t. T''n t I" 1.,1"1 .J Inn'i'i: j
1" from Mr. Amy tiIn
n Prt i.t.i .1\\,. '
"I. f on Neat M..dl""n A I 1
rontp t \t 't .'. \
'\. de Road 141411 and r.its..ndrd Rites Thursday 1 4' I IC, o'
on the W"Nt by Alton t '
r i \1 ,. 1\1'\ wtr ,
I daouihrt. ,

recent purchase hWa \' For F. A. Scott its t;I' .I II I I It ,

... "..Il !! approximately! f.itlI" \ I 1"" .
{ fronting I 011 r..llhl )1)1) ju.t, t tb
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the west hnut 1'111:1 Fred A. ., 11111 I.
y"I ml city Slillt '''. r .. '11
K. bought from "frs. Pate Gas Starke's most belon..1 t'J' e t v I II .
$1.1t for 11,5(4) died at his home here \\'edn. ,u. 1
Other recent I14le.ll included : night following a heart attack t
Marro and Hattfe Jarago to Mr. Scott a :
was born on Sep.ber I t ;-
'" ken where damage t. ,
Slltnll"anti Julia Thomas, 3. 181-1 at North Brall.rhhlgan ,
: )
a. raves would
have b.'p
fruit) stand and property on U. S. and moved to St.irk.! I ,1st""lIS., d

30' near intersection with Brooke at the age or S with hIs r 41' hU""il I'll,.t.) rt.c. 't.) .. ..t'L:
read, $6,500.econdo Johns Expresses Potatoes Beans The downpour came ahead ,'r I I"uhf
lat. Dr
Aaron r. Scoll and! ,
:, and! Anna 'ampant'lla Louisa Uogerg Scott. lie spent Thanks To People Brooker Market Ready For Rush As Season Opens down front to that lent the hlt'r'u" ,
IBeain Movina around 40
\" It..bt and Sybil M Coleman oNorth f aU or his liCe here and operated : degrees Min

35 acres at Graham a store until several years aio Tn The l'llIZt'n" of Dladi.ld, Bloukcl 1., bllu"Wiln activity this week as growers In Bradford County's "hog ,10'- hllnllny" ser I wi -.I' day and Tuead.1) mornings i a img

$4,000.Allen I I: when ht" became associated with and l'nwlI Counties: t"r. prepare to 1I..I\.st the largest acreage of spring vegetable crops ever planted m thtt area Berries Dwindle I DradfordJtes to drab; our
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L and Wlnlfrt'o! Statlin g the Quigley- 8: Davis building I can not find words enough'' At top left IS the newly enlarged Brooker State Farmers Market whose platform has been almost already stored .m !iv
to It L and Margaret C. 1tPt.- I supply ; with which to express rr.y deep I tre led in length I Interest Oil the The cuM snap dId the fal ntPII
clmpany. l11 anticipation of the bumper 1953 harvest. Toe platform IS now 210 feet long and :)2 ag-ncultural I' favor
dish 5.\ acres in Sec. 19 Tp. 5, I.I Mr. Scott was an elder in theIPrt'.b.tt'rian appreciation for the beautiful feet wide. Its original length of 72 feet was found to be Inadequate last season front an Bradford County Wa.gl t,scaM however, by pre\'enllllj!
So Range 22 F., 56,004. Church floral arrangement, consisting of changing thIs wel'k from i the heavy- rains
I and an hone Top center Brooker rapidly
: :Market Manager It N. Beville IS seen trying out the new pay statIon telephonelocated
Rome J and! Jt"wt'll An.rt'ws! tJuh's member of the WCTU.Surviving individual corsages for the Senators' strawberries to spring vegetables I Just what the rains have door
Iorary on the market platfonn. Adequate facilities will be this
I phone provided season by the Santa to the
and Isabelle chillt'r residea.e
wives, mounted on a horseshoe I county' sweet
I are a son Wilbur A Fe Telephone Co There was talk of another bf'rry ft
on Laura St.. $IM10. Scott, 8tnrkt', and two grandsons: that you sent to Tallahassee crop coming on, and IIhlpmtnts : mains to be seen, u tits crop hasa
Top right: Installation ot a huge potato grading and washing machine was completed and the first I: lot of
\\ S and Virginia Slblt'y to ('1/1 bin Scott 'arnt'Il OronxviUe, to mt' when I was sworn in ; would likely- continue for fle\'tra I growing yet to dll b..fllr.
Hiram A and Sallie F. Sharp as President of the St'nate E\'ery" I potatoes run through late Wednesday afternoon The machine-a slightly used ne-.as bought "at ''It is readyfor market
\ Y., and Gents Stanley Carne11. weeks yet. but volume was expected M"lInrJ'
Jltc'k1'on\'IIIt', IOal'e\) (Howard) U. R Navy. I l i one was high In their praise of a bargain" by a group of Brooker growers who expect It to pay for Itself from grading fees. New It to rex'.n In the low ,r'June 1

fern at Orooker, l.Ocft i this would have cost around $17,000 The Brooker market win
f'unf'ral'st'n'kt's were heM In unique floral tribute.I also operate a bean belt and two cucunber-: brackets.In .

Archie G and Dorothy Eilanto .1 also, deeply appreciate pepper belts.
the my
First Presbyterian Church I the week April 16-22 only
Leo and 1I1I.la Savage, rt'sllI'nr. I- I Thursifay afternoon at 3 o'clock many. friends who were able to :i Lower n&)1t: A pretty picture 15 made ai pike s harvest string beans in Aubrey Hazen's fine field 220 crates were sold at the Stark Dowling Released

.. In lIampton{ $3Ol'lttJ with the pastlr. ntW, S. :McsAltley attend the opening dayof the near Brooker Building at right 1S tobacco barn. Note large negress in center who refused to face market. Average price paid w a.4

\1: and Lucille C Edward i and De I. Russ Lynn of session.Also.. 'I camera because of SUperstition some colored people have about having their "picture made." $1,61 per crate, bringing grower A

'" IIl"r\IIt"1' Powder Cu. of WII.nlnltoll. I Tallahat't' ft'ctat.n. Intt'rI I want to say "thankyou' i Center: Everybody works around the big Russell Green farm on the Brooker--ew Paver road. TheGreen's Sl.6'\'US.' So far this flf'aSHn To Hospital

1\1. tract on Alton I men( was in ('m..b Lakeo Ceme for the wonderful "home- ; 12'earolo1 daughter, Beverly, demonstrates her ability at handling a tractor hauling a trader growers have sold some 11.220
Road.. SZl"1t' ,
the direction of DeWitt comlti.g"and beautiful trophy loaded
ton under with Irish potat's crates for a return or $13,519.31 '
: 1. Pitttt'n u aJministrator ('. Jones Funeral }come.t0 i that you gave to me I will Cherish : Left : Green believes through the market here. I \\ F. I Dilly I Dowling ..ne
digging had to wash
potatoes early so and his
grade before
'I estate of l-n'lna RrnnoldsRichert lit and protect it for the rest ot i own : time Starke automobile drdlw
Pall bearers were Guy Andrews.F ; grader was mstalled. Photo shows Other ('ropw5f. I
helpers operating a OUtfIt that does
and Agnes Ranl'e. Gird life. a very good Job of left the
: 5f Dt\'is. 11' T Jackson O.W my washing and He R. Judd, manager ot the county jail here y't'Hlt'ntay
gratm finished
nut Tourist homt' S Walnut S t I hope that of harvesting hIS large crop Wednt'sday.Softball .
\\'hlt" Clar"nl't' It"\tn.\ and n'orE' you can Starke market, reports 630 hampE'rS : under an order of temponu \ r I"
$.oo 'fmd time to attend the SessIOn oC
\\' II and F..111I1 Smith 1.1 Auin s" S R JthnsBowling the Legislature before we adjourn Games f Funeral Monday ot potatoes sold during thE' lease ISSued by Circuit Jt.dgrJohn
I City Favors i: past week at a range oC trot A. H 5furphree.
C mlth. former frnie Poin To ,
Begin April 21 ; For O. L. BrownOlinI' S 1.25 to $1.75. Fort-thrt'e hampers -
Jr home on Pratt St 1923. Again, let me and my entire I Dowlmg's physician, Dr If If

_I Heirs If G W lIut'n to lrsJ"Uyf' : To Be Presented : family express to you. my friends" Five Teams Signed Home Delivery 1. Brown, j5. died Monday -. at from of squash$2 ;to have$1 been Bold here I for Adams, had requested Pf'rnW4/iJlln

lIazt'n. west 60 ft. of frac our heartfelt thanks and appre- him t(1 leave jail and enter a
afternoon at hiS home on I Some 2.000
hampers ot fitring
Five teams have signed up to hospital where .
block 17. Wart Ctty (Orn.ktrl By Humphreys da hon I he might r.. "'IV.
Route 2. Starke after '
i ian.t play in the County Softball i a lingering beans I most of them from thE' .
other $6,6i\ propt'r treatment and diet for
property I Sincerely '
I yours illness
I All members of the Trail RlJgt'i League this sea.on League Presi- Acting Postmaster S R. Johnssaid Hawthorn area hue betn ,,spinal arthritis.
\\'UUe- and Birdie Warnock to
jSacial i And 1t.'crt'atlOn Club arinvited Ch.ult'Y E Johng and Family : dent Ray Stone announced Tues- that a recent survey conducted 'I I 11r. 'Brown was a native ot graded: since the belt started runf !

\Jath Dorothy Hhtly. 10 acre I) to attend the prf'sf'ntatJonI en ee II I!I. day following a meeting of team by the Starke post office :Ocala, and moved to this county ping here last week and were Deputy Sheriff Cecil S"w..l1
farm north of lawtey. $3:00, 'said at
I I awards to winners In thIlumphrevs George Patten, Jr. I managers. showed a large majority of residents i jO years ago, here he famed : sold at a range from $2 to $3. I II noon yesterday that It
R l' and Ali1't' H. Stubbing to I had not been decided whether
ThE favorable to home delivery'of until his retirement. I Judd stated that the Stark
League l'nFriot.y teams
Bowling that have entered
1Am.) II and Eunice ton'flt'f, Hurt On Bicycle !i Dowling) would enter the veterans
reattlenc'. 1V Call St t 59a10. night, May 1. at Stuckland's 1L'1J the1r managers are as follows I mail. Delivery service was ale Surviving are his wife, Mrs. market hopes to have a potato ,
landing LakeThe so favored fOr the business dis- Sarah A. Brown: four daughters. grader in operation .IQOn. hlspltal'' in Lake City or a hluipilal
on Kingsley
George Patten, son of :
S. J and AJa F Grady to JackF trio dir. Johns said. 'I''I'IJrollJ..U in Jacksonville
and Virginia Dempsey. resl- event will begin at 7 p m.. dir. and Irs. G. 1. Patttn, received -I I Alvarez nJiStone: Camp Mrs. Jeanette Tyler. Mrs. Freda I Report .
Park St $3.500.) and refreshments will bt' st'r't'd.s compound fractures of his Blanding Sonny Strickland: Mad delivery l service has been Drantle). :\trs. Beulah Scarboro R. N. De\ille, manager. report'' The judge'a order states that
trent t\n
( l'f April 19 the taintt'nancE'I right arm in a c'cle-automobile I II 'I Sladt' Gas Tom'.y Slade: HI-Y under consideration for Starke and Mrs. Dons Moore. aU of that in spite oC bad weather. the ;upon his release from the hospital
I I for SOme lirpe and the final de- Starke: three sons, Anell Dro--n.1 Brookf'r market has moved around :?i he shall return to the county Jail
Birth team was in top league position accident here about 12:15: p.m. 1- Gene Shaw; Lawtey W. KI
Recent I with a score oC O.tH I. Zircon Tuesda). I II 'I I Haller. ,' vision \\ ill depend on large number Vicksburg, Miss.: Olbert Brown 1,200 bags of Red Bliss pfJtatoes, i here to finish serving a six months

Mr and Mrs. J W P.llmes arts Mill was runnt'r-up wUn 0 6tH. I The accident occurred when The first doublt--header of the of factors. If it is finally approved. -,Starke; and Carl Brown, U. S :00 hampers of string brans, and i(I term for contempt ot court With
announl'mg the birth of :1 son, I and Wet :Mill Maintenance was i in George riding south on TemplE''f'nuE' ,I season will ht' played Wednesday a complete system ot I: Army Korea; 21 grandchildren, 25Q hamperS of squash! In the last.1 I time off for good tJ.havlOur,

James Chase, born April 16 in third place with 0 St;l ,\\ collided wlth a northbound : night, Apr, 29, at the high school will numbering have to all be carried houses out.Cattlemen's in. town'I and seven great grandchildren. few days. Due to poor quality, ,! [)QwUng his fins 62 days remaining

5t Yinctnl'.s hospital. )Irs, Amos Crowley led in four divisions I!i field beginning at 7:30: o'clock. Funeral services were held at the price was off he said i. on sentence.

Plllmt"s 1:1 the ftrmt"r Eleanor St. for individual honors: besndividual t :, car ot tourists near Pratt i Admission IOc.I 3 o'clock Wednesday- afternoon at "It weather stays good fro m ,I I Doweling was sentenced on the

John. ; game, :01 ; best thceiarre St. intersection The serious in- I Later in the season games will NoticeThere the graveside in Kl11gsley Lake now on the deal should be going f Icontt'mpt charge when he cashed'

Mr and Mrs. K..1 C3mt's of total, 515; best indinJual jurIes to fits arm near the wrist be' scheduled tWice weekly, on will Cemetery with Re\ L S wu- well by the last of this week:' ;'fa federal income tax refund check ,
I Tuesday and not be a m etingof Be\1l1e reported "The yield of ,which the court had decreed I
Lake Geneva announce the birth average, 151; and highest averag e'resulted from his hand getting I I Friday nights. the Bradford County Cattleman's hams officiating. ,
of twin daughters, Jo>ct' Ann and number "f .pares 4 33 Gerald caught in the car's door handle.tie 1 At the meeting Tuesday after- I I i Pall bearers were L L' Morgan'i string beans and cucumbers v.iUbe shlJUld be applied toward sates

Terri unn. on Tuesday. Apr Htn c: ''tWfurd! bd :ht' highest .wrage was camt'J to St. Vincent'sHospital noon Ray Stone was elected presI- Assn tonight I Fnday I A special Donald CQnnf'r Lace)' cut some due trl heavy rain, tying an U8IJO judgementIs ii:

AI\I'hua Genial H.,sp.:"' 'r mitre I r .k... to datt' 250. dent anj C L Currie se retar program has been arranged for D. Beck. Budd Harris, and N D Potato digging will start th svainst Dowltng In favor of the 5

Jadson\'il! treasurer of the league the next me" :.ng .n Ma:; 29 Bumey i week in heavy volume"'the Flf1nda Bank at Starke


Ii i,.. -- Four Year Legal Battle Settled In Supreme Court ;


'-!-- Flur years lIt" haN.-f ught cnets now have around $500) in particular ('omrrumty"Throughout there so I would never have to amount they now claim was The full amount of HaJ1's cheirgl'

- ;, rr 1"g: : ion came to an end last the property, making It probably the lengthy case bother It any more so far as putting the contract price was $3.37600, representing 3A)

=% {vr I c 11 "nth when the Florida Supreme the most expensive residential the Ioncriefs had maintained that fill dirt in there is concerned The Supreme Court concluded, loads Of flll dIrt at a9 per load plUJS126

r \ 0ltrt upheld a decision of the"wer plot in' Starke.In : Hall.agreed to fill in tile lots for and if I didn't have tile money to that: "We think there was abundant for eleanng the land This

.- 7 court that J H. Ioncritf upholding the decision of :: "approximatelys0Y"Hall. However pay 1m I would get it and pay testimony to support the cone left a balance of $1.916, which ill

;! and his \\'Ife. Eunice B. must the lower court, the Supreme II said there was no such agreement tin:' elusIon that the amount adJU1iated later revised to $1,816 due to a
:2. pal Ben F. Hall local contractor Court JustiCes WIth only one that Moncrief the $100 error
-- ; simply em- The Supreme Court said: "That to be owning by appellants'to
C- for the: 3-1' loads of fill dirt dissenting I said: "It is clear to I plOyed hL-n to clear and fill ttei ill our opiruon, is i ccnsister.t with appellee was a reasonable charge! On June 20, 1919 Hall fuel a lien

-..!.. r. Hall maintains he placed on the us that there was sound reason i land and that there was no men the position that a fixed price was for the work done and mater nal3 i for the unpaid balance against: the

-=- -- .. MOnL'rlf' lots on West ad1son to hold that there was no arrangement I lion of terms or price. -agreed upon and in harmony with supplied ns;rig as a criterion the I Property.I

-.,., Street m al effort to nuke the for a definite price I In siding with Hall the Su- the: construction tl'.at appellants values obtaining in the locality a.t I After reviewing the ease, Judge

- low-Iyir.g laud suitable for building for the whole job and that the preme Court referred to Mona (the ncnet31 were to pay for the time"' I A. Z Adki1u, acting a5 chancellor

".!! a pUtpot's.: amount due was properly ,to be criefs I testimony before the lower the amount ot work and services The suit began back in 19..9 after revised HaIrs price ot S9 per load

ras With the payment of the full determined on the ba..i ot court that Hall, on one occasion eventually required The high the 1foncrlef.s )tad already paid for fill dirt to U per load. Due

amount due Hall t$2:!.0i: ), plus quantum meruit that is, the told tim (tMoncrief J thAt "It 15 court further noted that evidently Hall $1,400, but then notified him I to a small error in the contractor'sfIgures

tnteNSt. attorneys fees court reasonable worth ot the ieI'\ices taking a lots of dirt to fill these Uris conversation hid taken place they considered his bill excessive I the total number of toads

costs, and the original U\\\( ) at the tune measured by the rite wts." Moncnef then said: "I told after the oncriets had already and dId not intend to make any I I was revISed to 347 m+tearj of mI

price of the two lots, the Mo- for like work prevailing ID the him: to go ahead and put it Ul paid Hall considerably more than ftrther payment I Gontmued on page: tell'Yonge '


fAGE TWO llan\\ \rin "t IR4T
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EDITOR i I 1' "ii cagBB-rr BT-B aaa oB aBK E SSSEEEa :BsBBSsI:: : : .j -

COUNTY cw 01 MT PUBLISHER I II Coming To Florida By Mr. LacXormaa Sizzlin'

TEI.ECKAI'H; I "Ivar.hoe." the spectacular Tei h- Super Specials !
mcolor production of Sir Walter
OLDEST FLORIDA. WEEKLY._PUBLISHED- -- ---- -- .- --- Scott's classic novel, is the big- Highland B.1pti.it Chun r. S .:' .-
----- at SUrke, Florida. under day school 9t5: a m fi :'. S .-,' .. -
every Friday and entemi as trend Ja.4 mailer at the Pot Office gest motion picture in scope and \''''''''''-''-- '. .
day Worship services U a .
the At of March 3, 1879. 1 :cost ever to be filmed in Britain ;
Prayer Meeting each Wedr.eav .,
It will be shown at the s e
Florida ,
7:30 Teachers
Theatre this Sunday and Monday. Saturday 7.30; p. m Pastor E r t

Robert Harvey Sunday school Sup \\
Taylor wto scored one
. Code Of Ethics For Public Officials of his greatest hits as Marcus E. Hardee>e Come out adith v\ :>.-.:

Viniciug in "Quo Vadis." has another \\ us The baptism .vas p..,.:- 1
!If evidence was needed to prove the contention help in preventing corruption as well as serving -! brilliant dramatic opportunity I. paned >until Sunday. April! :2<6 a*

: that virtue id i not the exclusive property a warning to government officials. He I as Wilfred of Ivanhoe, who attempts 3 o'clock at CrosbyLake..

of any political party, it was amply listx the following five "don'ts" for membersof to restore to Richard the I Basket dinner will be setvedr

provided by the recent ca.,e of G. Wesley Congress and all public officials: Lion-Hearted the throne stolen ,the Church Sunday welcoming:

ltthcrtformer Republican National Chairman 1. Don't accept costly gifts or entTtainiii from him by his brother Prince;I James Wilkinson who has tver.
John. in the armed forces In Korea t': -
who somehow managed to sell a privately ::. Uon't decide caws Involving! remit rtii- i i -
two lie the
years. son 01 Mr Quantity Rights Reserved
nitrated ho.-qital to the Kansas state plO)t'..... Also starring in the cast of, and Mrs. Andrew IS Wilk::.- n 1'riies I liHXI Thl"o ... \11'' Ii _

government for a fee of $11,000. The most 3l>"n't use a (public job/ to promote jour thousands are Elizabeth Taylor as 'j:, Law tey.. :
the Rebecca. Joan Fontaine as Row-
of this transaction was
fantastic part
private busine j ena George Sanders as Sir Brian Jame Mae Strickland. W..bur 152 Call Street
fact that the hospital building, though inde- I. Don't use jour job to get future ttiipluriHnt. )- II de Bois-Guilbert and E :lyn Williams Mobela, Barbara Gene and Am.in
IK-ndently operated was actually in the process .
as Wamba. da Wilkinson of Jacksonville it-
of reverting to the state free of cost! 3. Don't cash in on influence \\twn you leave I One of the biggest problems involved tended church here Sunday pecfols tool Slarke Florida

Wru-n news of the matter first became public .'mpl )'mt'nt. in this colorful costume I Janie Marr of Jacksonville v tilted !-
known in Washin ton, President Eisenhower i drama the her mother, Mrs Ruth Marr: I .. ...
was making by hand of
expressed his "complete confidence" in his Senator Douglas believes that the recent I hundreds of chain-metal costumes Saturday.

GOP chairman just as he did last fall in his "shocking" exposures reflect a moral break I worn by the warring Norman and I Percy Lee of Jacksonville united The New Wesson Oil ShorteningSNOWDRIFT

vice-presidential running mate. When the down like that following other great wars, !I Saxon knights. They were made Joe Marr Saturday and his
I Can
facts came to light in the Kansas l legislative l but that "the vast majority of government I lof a multitude of tiny key-rings''aunt Ollie Mare in Stark who I S 3 83C

investigation: however, the President was employees are honest and hardworking." I:i of heavy wire each ring wired individually i j,has been in ill health for \'nw.I''

forced to call for the resignation of his GOP The adoption of this code by all officials, however ; to the next one. And time.

rhief. would go far toward eliminating such j they had to be shaped to the lE.'gs,1 Evelyn Norman, Mr and Mrs

Prompted by this: incident. Senator Paul cases as that of Mr. Roberts, which have : arms head and body of the wearer. -!' Earl Padgett and children and ASTOR VacPacCOFFEE (Limit 2 Please)
II. Douglas (1)(I ) of Illinois has expressed his been embarassing and disconcerting to both Charles Mostly enjoyed a fl-h fry

belief that a cude of ethical conduct can be a parties. As Ivanhoe. Robert Taylor sings at Strickland's Landing \\-ir.. -,- F Lb Can t TC
for the first time on the screen

I Afric'ans MaHav There since his appearance in a musical i I dayMr.. and Mrs L G Warrenold, \ a
Those Something several years ago. The plot re- ;,the Lee Green place due to .i:'
quires him to disguise himself asia I health. They left atu.tI,1f"1
Some of us might have shuddered just a ().If course, if the idea caught on. there i is I troubadour and sing a number!Georgia. The people who h" ig'It: -

little uhen we read not long ago of a trilw always the danger that we in this country of 13th century ballads as he are McGees.
if Afric..nihl) apparently hit upon| the might get into the French habit of changingour I travel/ through Europe in search :, Those sick among Us are !.ttli I.> NO RINSESURF ASTOR Orange Pekeo

novel idea of eating their senator. Naturally, lawmakers too often. An unpopular bill of King i David Padgett. Tim llarvev ,imp.
\\ ,' don't| condone such cannibalistic practice, voted through Congress might be all that Geraldine GriffIs Thtv.se nn!
hilt on the other hand I we cannot help was needed to set the mob a-crying: "Eat ........................ Evergreen are Devert Gritu- and! TEA

hut! wonder if these t wild men. in their ignor- the rascals up!" Kenny Griffis.
HElL BRONN.h :Mr and Mrs Floyd Rosier a n.1 ,
uwe, have not hit upon an effective solution Now, to be sure, Congressmen wouldn't daughter Ann and Mr and MTM <

'if t the age-old problem : what to do with un- like this idea at all. It i in entirely possible L Thompson of JaikiuuilUvere *
uJta"h' 1K1iticiuls.: \ Marian: : Norman LaP Box 8-oz
that as successive Congresses were swallowedup 0LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA \ visiting Mr and '-II": L u" t-\ 21C
think of the the 39C
The more you idea more *iRev :Norman Sund.ueiunj
intriguing it becomes. Certainly we have it would become more and more difficult '
Ham' WiN.-i. i 1'f' Fr.di\' Huwai i Th"!ii[>M''t: i 1- : t i k-
all roasted Congress enough, but does thi3 to get anyone to run for public office ex- ', afternoon fll'flam! '" enter .son\"!illi-! }HO-IH'' -:: !\ M.,:, i .Idl'-!
solve the problem ? It does not. Now, if we cept tough old geezers who felt they would' for observation W'lIt11i J 'I\ \\ ,. -V. i
Mercy Hospital
had a great big barbecue and served up (Coiigres be relatively safe from cannibalistic constituents. :land. trt'at'l"'nt. Mrs Wilson\ ac- I'-pecd\! rt" \ ,,, .. Y< JnV

> on toast, think how it would simplify I But we could worry about that I him. '
companied I -- -
t things. We would I then simply elect another when the time came. In the meantime, think I i I Mr and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and 'I ?, :__::=;_ : :' DONALD DUCK

Congress and the chances are that (with the what a novel switch it would be for us to familv spent the weekend with

'tate of their predecessors ever in mind) eat off Congress while instead of Congress relatives at White Springs 'l"A0"EY MAYONNAISE I S E Quart 39C,
c'atingoff of Gaines-
Ibm)!:" would dit'lYivnt much different.Men us Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of
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I vine visited overthe

Versus Robots Age And Leadership ,i I Rev.weekend Jack Siemer of Starke'' L AT RATH'S Blackhawk

filled the puinit hero Sunday in \ !
Automation in industry: is: constantly being III spite of all the stress being placed on the absence of the pastor. |: 72-oz
decried by gloomy prophets who see "youth" by business firms today, it evident j i Mr and Mrs B J Kggers and, ) LUNCH l MEAT 39C

mankind eventually enslaved by robots that most positions of leadership both in : children of Jacksonville \
I .
s'ervmechanisms! : and computing machines. business and l political circles are being relatives here last weekend.'isitC'I I --

A IJI'IJ'htt'r'it: ,\\, is taken by at least one filled by men over 40. I ITA :Meeting I TROPICAL Brand
industrialist who maintains that control devices Leaders of industry and business average 1 The Heilbronn PTA held its'' $$300

function by taking the muscle and the CO) to 89 years, while college presidents average regular monthly meeting Thurs-'I TOMATOES S No 303 1 1OC

monotony out of jobs freeing the human 50 to 51. Ambassadors are GO to G4, and day night. Apr. 16. The BUS Glee

worker for more rewarding and pleasant Supreme Court Justices range from 70 to 7.1. Club presented a musical program.
| after which a business session was PRIVATE
tasks. Presidents of the United States have averaged -
Automatic control has a history, he de- from 55 to 59 years of age prior to I
I Birthday SupperMrs. ( 9 PROMPT
dares of expanding each worker's output President Truman although President Eisenhower -1 Leroy Norman entertained I II ,

hence his command of goods and services is slightly over this figure, being 62 in honor of '-r. Norman with a i 9 FRIENDLY B RE E A 0 Family Style Loaf 12C

rather than replacing him. 1'einforcing: his this year. I surprise birthday supper Thursday -

thesis that man is here to stay he remindsus Science and other occupations which require night. Apr. 1c). Those attendIng
that all the robots together can't come individual creative ability depend for were Mr and Mrs Felix Sapp, | SERVICESTARKE : 1

up with one basic id"a! for making something their best work on men in their thirties. But Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr.. j Armour's STAR or SUNNYLAND, Whole or Half SmokedHAM
useful. They have to ln told and man older men can take heart in the fact that and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman 1 i

thank gotnlnexs: ) will be around a long time they are still providing the bulk of theNation's I of Hampton. I 0 10 to 141bs Average Lb
Intermediate ori.il l 1!
in all
leadership divisions.
to tell thorn.Students. 59C
I The Sunday School and Tarin-j 0
Loan & Finance
Get Chance : for a r 3-day educational tour of Musical Comedy i ing Union leaders of the Intermediate i I I While They Last
four countries. It will be a I Class. Mrs. Jimmie I
To Compete For I personally escorted trip through Coming SundayTo mons and Mrs. Ancil !' slm-1. I CO.1'IIOXE. I -- -

European Trip !France England Italy, and Park Theatre entertained their class with a | .- ,.'T.'._-..... -_ 1i'_ -., _<. _.".. _. ij"""
Switzerland with expert guidesto social at Mrs. Norman's home' 160 I I

Student,, U-t\\een the ages of handle all details of accommodations "Has Anybody Seen My Gal", After enjoying outdoor games, the In Canova Drug) Store I Tender Sliced BeefLIVER Swift's Prem. Rolled Veal
meals, travel etc. young folks had a wiener roast
I II and 21 sire edible" to competein the Technicolor musical coming I
The 75 next test" entries in the About 20 were pie" nt
an all-expef*a paid trip totut ito I I the Park Theatre this Sunday
World Peace Contest will be
"I't'! this summer tn a contest and Monday, reaches back to I ItP ROASTLb
.!awarded valuable Wyler Incaflex ,
II III : -- the era of racoon coats,
and the W\ter Watrhgtnc), I!I I Watches.The letter must be written in rah-rah boys and the Charleston Why accept less ? Get all these

Inc 200 words less and be --for its background Lb
or post-
The student who writes the best i I I. narked b.oremiJnght! on May Starring Piper Laurie. Hock 39C 49C
Hudson and Charles
letter on "World Travel Promotes iO. 1953.:: Complete rules on the it I

World Peace" will sail from :New : contest may be obtained at i j relates the amusing; problems: I Dodge Extras ....- .
York via luxury liner this July : Roberts Jewelry j faced b) members of a small' ,..__ ,-" ,<1;" _- ..1OIoiM1'' -- >-__ t ;. ; i
I i town family when an unknown

(I benefactor turns $100.000 over to I

1.them. i i at new low prices MORRELL'S YORKSHIRE

.- ... '.. 1 : The family first socially.ascends ignoring to the j jstratosphere j I SLICED S BACON Lb 59CLean

real 'values: and then, when the I i.
stock market bursts their bubble. Two-speed electric wipers

My husbdfl'1 i they come back to earth with a Safety-Rim wheels

thud that restores their senses Uniformly curved one-piece windshieldOil Freshly Ground "EatRiteHAMBURGER "
and provides a happy climax.
bath air cleaner
sayIIfl The delightful story is enhancedby Lb
.Q Oilite fuel filter E 39C
popular song numbers of the
r Anti-rattle door latches
192S ,era including such favoritesas rotary
*t goo d "Five Foot Two" and "Tiger Weatherproof ignition system SHEHBBHIBSE ,
\ : tI Hi --= !> .
Longer-lasting baked enamel finish
Resistor spark plugs Juicy

lL; money Man Sentenced Exhaust valve seat inserts Lb Bag

i : For Manslaughter j t j Onflow shock absorbers ORANCES[ E S 5 15C

= manager A sentence "f 14 years in the j
\ j, :st.tte PIISOR at Raiford was im- 'i Save Up To $201.80 P

"- "'II,H I on Virgil! F Thompson in 'tt..

_ ", ..fo Ouval County Clccuit Court re- across-the-board price reductions --- FREE! FREE! i
:entl:> after he had pleaded guilty NEW
--s mark big sales gain .
'f manslaughter.;!:

Thompson had been indicted Y-IIGHT OR SIX 1 Reg. 39c Can
'-? .., "It's really easy to: keep trod of mcney with T first degree rrurder in connection I

the help of a checking: c count. Saves me al: with the shotgun slaying of Come in i Compare STAWIPWith NUCOA
Johns m a Maxville tavern

i sS( t those long tiresome trips to pay bills, too." m February H The judge per- 4 Pkgs. RUSO Frozen
Ltd him to plead guilty to the

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HAMPTON PINE I LEV E L BAYLESS HMAYb \ .";lad to see Rev. Karnes able to th.. show cf garments modeled .pita! thi> week but the sn.dHer:! ,, ',.," ,:: luI.gv" -A.-.V. rtl.,:;\ FILL DIRT
r be at church again Sunday by the makers. there will be a I of the Iiule! girls will! b
right He has been parade of brides under the direction i the hospital for a time M rI aid: Mrs C L ; ) '
:Mr. \\rn. \\'. IUrunion.] h> Mrs. II M M IU* f>> Mrv O t.. f rn.by not feeling [ Sipe sp..n: Mitt UK 11
well l latf'l of Mrs W L Reynolds I j Miss Emma OtteratrauT of '\'t'ralPark date last week m O-
1/a/uuu////uAAALAA// LAA/1/11AAALLAAA////A ALALAAALAAAAAAALAAAAAAAA--------------- Mr In to the modern bride TOP SOILSec
and Mn Charlie Morris of contrast f-the-Palms has gone to lando nd Winter Haven

S Mr trod Mrs--4- ; Bark ThA !':.. .. _-'id Hufiii M ( hurt 11 X.", I Houston Texas were visiting Mr will be some costumes of the Ne' York. She will!l sr-e.d tt'R.: .

....' ..f 1I1 K/I Springs Hlllt.d hi!' Alvarez \<\h', *>> \ -rmk in :iJailuonviil P.e. B b fi A in filled his reg- i and Mrs; W. C. Ward Monday nineteenth century, There will also -.summer at Camp-of-the-WooL. \ Berjai Weld left o-:'

parents Mr and Mm W. H '! ,. h'<=p.!al. !Sunday af. ',:'a'app: -.,n'"-ert: at na '.ess Hi- i They were a little disappointed be a section for the display of I j Mr and Mrs Dale Siprelle are JIoIoDda3; for Jacksonville where he

i' rr \\"J'\ k !Sunday !:tern'wr were I. I. ("'mner. \\' KIlaihlop .AaBap'ist (i .rch Sunday morn- 'With I the cold weather they found handcraft of various kinds, from i.,..,..1':;. in.., y: [ Ew".gs, house entered Riverside Haspit.il !.'rMrs BILL JACKSON
Mr ? Pearxall and w n. and'I evening A large! crowd in Florida earrings to rugs. Anyone with *
Itrtij.h < H H Lewis, II M M ing Mrs PuS: o". .,v' Kerrigin! lrsenlef "'t'ld all.l': p.ln."j Jackson' Transfer
FvrHt are somewhat improved j jnftfr Rae. and R R Crosby : attended these senurs Two I Mr and Mrs. Fred Haislop and any unusual handwork she would h rmp.m
Vv.! : -.1
t\ : >:r a two month s 1 a:: will !';.IY : : J.it k' '::
i members forward Sunday .W R. Haislop visited Roman 'like to enter even at this late Phone 165
having: Intestinal Flu. I Mrs Robert Lamb of Green I came trp: t.> S '; .':.!i" S-e: sa.:x on t"e .:-:!;l he ,It>'., :. :11., h. _
Mr and Mrs Herbert Spauld- CoveSprings spent part of last evening Baptism will be held at i, Alvarez Monday I date see Mrs McDonald chairman -

t, ing and daughter of Jacksonville week with her brother-in-law and I the church next Sunday night immediately -j Mrs Inez Kelly of Starke is [i of this division The next

vtHitwl the lieu and "tra. 0 I sister Mr and Mrs II !!. Lewis after service. All are!,staying with her family the W P. I regular meeting of the club will

IS china Sunday Also Mr and Mrs Cecil Bennett 1: invited to attend Haislops. while her mother Is sick ,be Tuesday April 2S The speak- For home refreshment

Mr and Mn Troy Norman, and daughter Debbie, of Aiken. Rev. Gwin has offered his services -i Mr and Mrs Lawrence La I ler for the aftE'moon111 be Mrs

*.m, Earl and daughter Rariena, S. C spent Saturday night with as counselor to the folks of 'I Roach of Crescent. Ga. spent the! H. L. Morgan who will give a
f :isitMl Mm M P. Tomlliuon and the LewisesMr I Bavlesa Hiway and surrounding I weekend with Mrs La Roach's I paper on some of the modern
Mr and Mr at Lake parents' }Ir. and Mrs W. C. Ward .authors of Florida Special muse I
Hilly Byrd lie will be at the
and Mrs J. E Hamilton of j community I' i
Butler Sunday 7:30 till 5.30 each Mr and Mrs Freddie Watter- has been arranged. Hostt'6Sesill I Coke the
Jacksonville were recent visitorsof church from : i bug by
Mr and Mrs Lynn Hall visited the 11. M McRaes I'Monday and Friday evening to I| son and FrOOdi 's foUts were after-vis-"be Mrs E. H Cooper and Mrs.V. ease
ltir.g at LaCrosse Sunday
J <; A(I kins at the Alachua discuss and help anyone with any J. Siprelle
Bruce Iwissiter of the University I
IIi fipi' il Sunday evening weekend guest problem which they have. He jnoonI j Mr and Mrs M M Sargent
of Florida a
was I I transacting I
Mrs Lucille Lovell was -
Mm W (' toper and daugh- especially invites the people ,have
of Arle' McRaeTro&e young just returned from a visit to .
business in Jacksonville Fri- -......
f.'r Mr Herbert Cloversettle, enjoying a fish fry at : to come out and talk over their dayv1.r..nnn.n..T..n I Fort Jackson. S. C with their I /r "" Four pener.iturns t.f Americans
were in town Monday problems with him. Everyone
Lake last Saturday wert'i11r ; '-
Sampson !son Lt Wayne E. Sargent whois \
Mrs J G Atlkins rT1 that and Mrs J W McRae and'Sons. : should take advantage of this of- I i ( .- / ...;;: have enjoyed the quick refreshmentand
hu.shan not too wellat feel Rev Gin (! stationed there.
ner I u doing McRae fer because I carguide
Mr and Mra B :M
the Alai hUi& Hospital! where he our young people on the Mr! Geraldine Glockner and (
T N Norman .1\t
and children Mrs FARM -, unmatched flavor
unnrittri,] t<, an eve operation and son, Mr and Mrs E S. Sapp'' right way and provide them with STATE her neither Mrs Sutton of Ocala I
Mr and Mrs W. W Williamson some helpful ideas in their life's : h the tone Washington! D C \
Mr and Mrs B E. of iccMold Coca-Cola. For
and sons. .. family and f'rknll,
of Hampton and Mr and Mrs. Kggers and children of Jackson work and career I AAAAA AAA LA ALA ALAL A LA AAA !. r .'r.:t': ':--..>--.V
J. Williamson of Therwisa were church will observe M-! ,: : tt K .\ (C.ones '
Bayless lliway Club' : .tiea
ville. Mr and Mrs \\ T Gill The State Farm Bridge it's the choice
', '. .._ . > evenwhere.UNUl .
in Ijvc Oak Sunday its Annual Homecoming ': t'. \
and son Shy Smith, and Charles Dirt with Mrs P D. Fanther Sr I ': \ !! : :: ,
Mr and Mrs Carlton Chastain. Schmitt of Starke. the II. M. '' Sunday, May 3. There will be a Thursday afternoon. Apnl 9, with Erie ', r' V 1 .o.: Aimort .' -\I\. : -

nildrei. Sue and Tommy, and MiRaes. Mr and Mrs Ralph full program, all day of singingand I all members present but "iir

Mrs! Jennie Chastain were in Gainey and children, and Mr and a message at 11.30: by the 1 I Mrs I.. F. Chapman won hurh t t 7 -

Jti'kNonvlll* Sunday Mrs Robert My nek and chHdre-n.1| pastor All neighboring churchesand prize and Mrs P. D. Faneher Jr' J

Many of the school children are H 11 I.eAisspent from Wednesday ; friends are invited to join us won 'bingo prize. The home8$1 women cook on \ J
entertaining the chicken pox We especially invite the singer 1 and ,
to Saturday with his aunt beautiful with white gladiolus
Bonnie Nazworth has been real Lake from other communities to come mixed colored spikes of Snap Chef I
Mrs Klam GHsson long I Magic ,
kirk with them Geneva I I IWI' help with the singing Dinner will dragons.Mr. A _' ills
F.arl.nf'azworth spent the be served at 12:45.: Everyone hadas | : \
are sorry to jeport the Illness and Mrs T. J. Norman
JDOQ on other
weekend with her sister Mrs of Mrs. Russell Thomas who I bring a basket and come out for guests Sunday and the weekend 0ny range ;

Charles Alvarez and family of has been in the hospital twoweeks a wonderful day. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Underhill 'I I Is

Starke. Also Mrs J K. Stalling i The planning committee of the of Lake City and Mrs N'r- I -- \ '
attended I church met recently and made" GriffIS of 1<"_ 4 11 t 1.-
Fourteen from Hampton who is ill at her home with man's brother, Mames + ti
the Raster Pageant at the pneumonia I I plans for a Vacation Bible School Lawtey. i LtI
State Prison on Tuesday eveningof New Arrhal program to be held in the church Visiting the W. A. Knights recently f>00 t IW1 ol Qm

laM week. I Mr. and Mrs Robert Stalling I I this summer All children betweenthe were Mr. Knight's children I
Mrs Petty May is a patient at I are the proud parents of a daughter ages of three and 16 are urgedto Mr and Mrs. Leeman Knight and 0
the Doctors' Clinic in Starke I born last Friday night In i attend the summer Bible" three children of Live Oak and

where *he underwent! a major Glendale Hospital Palatka:: I I I school. Mr and Mrs. Paul J. Dobbs and

operation on Monday. The last HirthiUy Celebration I Personal) Items children from Ocala.

reports are "doing fine" A surprise birthday supper was I II. We are glad to see Mr and Mrs Mrs Velma Johnson of Starke I
Mr and Mra Le.tr fillerthe given on Thursday night Apr. 16, i Randolph Crosby of Lake City at spent from Friday through Sun- j
musical Millers) of Greenville I.at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .!!!church Sunday. They were dinner day visiting Mr and Mrs. R E I J I
S C called on the C L. Mays' Robert Starling in honor of I i, guests of Mr. and Mrs H B Kel- Williams. I

Friday afternoon Robert's mother Mrs Alma :. ly. Sunday spend-the-day guests at I MOOa 791

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling Mrs. Stalling receivedsome Mr and Mrs C. C Crosby and the R E. Williams hone were Enjoy modern cooking at its best

II. WlloU of Vallejo. Calif nice gifts from her family II sons. Bule. and Bobby and uncle Mrs Williams' parents Mr and : the new feature-packed 1953 \
will be interested to know of the and friends. Those present were ,John and Aunt Sally Kelly of Mrs C. H Dmkina of Macclenny, ; Magic Chef \ \
arrival of their son. Robert Mr and Mrs R. A. Carlton, lr.1 Johnstown were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Combs and gas range.Total i

i Marion on March 26 Mrs on t Mrs. Warren Starling Mr Mr and Mrs Otis Crawford in son. Bobby Combs, his wife and cs
1 Klllott 11 the former Shirley Marie and Mrs A. R McRae. Mr. and I II II I Jacksonville Sunday. children, Mr Williams' sister, Mr.- $ .\
Hall daughter of Mr and Mrs I Mrs J J Sptncei. Mr an.! Mrs I We are sorry to report the ser- Maude Edna Allen and three \
V.'ilhert Hall of Tampa, formerly Oilfll Green and familv Mrs R :' ious illness of Roman Alvarez in grandchildren all of Jacksonville ,, i

of Hampton C Cheshier. and :Mr and :Mrs in i a Jacksonville hospital. Sure Sunday supper guests were Mrs I I i't
Mr and Mrs .P I) Adkins of III i M :McRaeSvdnev hope he Iq felling better now E. W. Dinkins and two childrenof
iHindee spent Sunday with the I Aunt Ella Haislop is also confined Starke. Price 308.05 t

Adkins: families I j Allen and sister Ruthof to her home. She has been Visiting the M D Youngs on Trade-In 30.05 a
I Mr and 1 Mis< Hob Mulhns and Paa'ika'isitt'd: their uncle real sick but she is feeling some Sunday were Mrs Young's nit'ce.
.Mrs. Maude Adams! left for their I Vrrnun Pl!< i h p
home* in Mulligan: Munii.tv afii'rt Mr Allen went I h n>!iiiru-d from Mi ,md Mi<; Flov.l Cr
>pending so-retune in Hampton 1 KII, eallI' M-siting; her hr..thmIa! and daughter, Linda SueaU from
Mrs O [' Wad-worth is sjvtul' i im and MiF V. H.ill
the week with herwin Tliomm- 11::mil rtr:!! \ ,-,' ,'i\\ diP \'"filII" -.,..t Surnlai afternoon Mr-: I Mr and Mrs. Pete Sapp and 30 Months at $11.10 MMi

and wife\ at liunnell ,lath,'> Sund.n i 'rishaid *he\ half! not had son Mike, of Palatka were visit- I

---- -' -, .. .. :nj the P. S. Crewses Sunday. I I i
r BH L HHEHEIHIHH HIIIB Him H H HIH V JTiii TjV US jFfT B L i g s...LV LwC M B HRI M I ,, : Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs 1 l tuna,
Central FloridaGas
P S Crews and grandson, Billy.

John Crews in Lake Butler. & Appliance Co. COCA COLA IJOTTLING COMPANY

l Earl COOK'S MEATS Dr and Mrs A. M Riley from .
Zephvrhills spent Friday afternoon ..r Phone 301 Starke Fla. Coke" a registered trade moil e I 1913 TH| CdCA-COIA COMPANYIn
visiting! Mr and Mrs. L. W. Pace

FEED and son. I __-=--- __ __
Mrs J. M Bradley and grandchildren -
Phone 339-J }.2 Mile From Starke City Limits North Johnnie and Melanie, attended every_ State of the 48. .

Quantity! Nights Keened Sl'KCIALS I FOR I'M. & SAT., APRIL 21!, 2:: I the WMU Rally in Law-

,fifth': tttttttattatttttttntttttfV.nnm.my i t.'v Saturday.Mr .
and Mrs R J. Yarbroughhad TRUCK USERS BUY MORE
SWIFTS .1u.111LtT:
Box Sunday
Large as spend-the-day guests -
VEL 29C their daughter-in-law, Mrs.

BOLOGNA Lb 29C' ,I children Aldreth from Yarbrough Gainesville and three CHEVROLET TRUCKS

EKLItKCK I Mrs C. M Turney of Dallas, .
l I Texas and Mrs Dora Linton were than any other make !
('III'IK KOAST OU Lbs Thursday dinner guests of Mr

GRITS 5 S8C 'and Mrs J. G Caldwell.
Lb Mrs J. B. Caldwell was happily
STEAK 3 9C !surprised Saturday, when two ofher

i' sisters Mrs Annie Perkins ,'. ;. ,
and Mrs Ola Luff man of Ocala ,.. ..
; .
} \ .:
I'KNIIKlt: : : : come to spend the day. They
111'S .. y,
were accompanied by Mrs
34C .$.,
Lb Perkins daughter-in-law, Mrs <

LIVER 4 9C children.Eloise Perkins and her three

l'IitE: '
State Farmites got a thrill and
lookmg at television
surprise :
I I ; BllIsLbr LbJar Monday night when Supt. L. F.

IsfYW 29c.LARD ] 37C Oh.ippian'.! appeared as guest onhe

i E show: Nose for News" television I

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FriJinight was much enjo\e'! -. \ u'< : : !

tn those who attended. The Co.r- ,,.. :
'""!t ":u::.itv Church Women ./
were r '"
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arrangements and nfw' ...... : .. I ,-
EINERS Lb 33C Lbs S4.89 ':1.t'nbt'rs especially were madeAeKorr.e \) I
FLOUR 15 Circle one met on Monday -I
I at the home of Mrs. J, AV.'UTS No
\ :; : and Circle two at the I matter the size or type of truck you need -what better proof --.
ICKI11UMH.KSS: home of Mrs. Reeves. I could there be that a Chevrolet truck is your best buy !
Lb FL.\. XO. :.103: CAN Tie Keystone Heights Woman's ,

! BACON 39C iC C:.:b met Tuesday. April 14 Officers ': r- -.i Recently published official! registration enjoy solid advantages over other truck

TOMATOES were elected for next year / figures for the last full jear show that truck Such preference must rest on a firm founders i
as : President Mrs Bert 0
\T\SP\KK: ". .. Carson: : Secretary.Treasurer. Mia MrsvtU :- Chevrolet than any other make! course, it does-as owners of Chevrolet "_'Z!!

. , Lb According to the by-law MOil CHEVROLET nuCKS IN US! proof of Chevrolet's superiority for such before }'u bUY an Y wok' see bow
nIB TIPS 13C TEAHuu /1I12/ Lb .t' retiring president Mrs Sara Soh more Cheuoet! tacks offer you I
It clear-cut and .
: 49C i Punald. becomes first \ireDresidem I THAN ANT OTHU MAUI overwhelms: preference can Stop in and see us *Conilnuation of
and Mrs. F M Waili'h ;, ]lead to but one concision 1 : '
I arandard ftiuipmenl tv'.d mm llhu"aJtd b dpaut.
FI \ (.lt I: HF .VF I i 1 Sr. second vnce-president j i Cheuolet trucks must be better, must tm on a..Lhu l ot maltT.aL
Uvtns I : were completed for the'' a
11 I: HV\K I ri.ENTOF
Lb :, Fashion Show to be on Saturda \
'FRYERS F 49C Apr.l! 25, in the club house at
Mullet & Speckled Perch \. .. P. m. Mrs. W. J. Siprelle isl i i I TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.

l i\ c f r.t ral chairman in charge of
..,.. the project Tickets have \ Phone 111
- i been on
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r : s r r r srssrssssssSSSSsr ,1 Quarterly Rally Miss Horne To Wed LDC To Observe i I Two Weddings Garden Club- Plans h .\ .,;' 1..1:."i' .". J .::.e >: >

1 1 Held By V MLAAt T R. C. Williams lemorial Day !Of Interest Here Covered Dish Supper :i:i'niber: of ,\t the Mortar t adt'nt Boan1nien tVviVjsStviatum "

! 1 Lawtey ChurchThe ',\' T Weeks chapter U D I! T-A I : <\n,1ioU e.e. 'i*:
1 \\ t"oldr.is.3t ill be of : The Garden Cub: meT: brs \\111ha't" .
Who Who _
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: -
e annual South interest to friends here ovcurredrecent "
a covered dish
Ii I Quarterly RaihWoman's supper at
,, Missionary Un. n ,'t- M-! '.*. Day program this ; 1) in Washington D C and I then April meeting Mondat'W- and UniversitiesMr

Friday) at 2 o'clock Ft. Lauderdale The McXUst'-r i---nvi<>ii :Ti '
:-:ePJ"u Association bndrs in I rung 01: 6 30 oilix-k at the Parish
: 'S in the BUS stadium both heeds arul r.. .<;\i i his j; \
i the Lawtey Baptist Chy '. ".* A-" : instances are: defendants off! house on Church street
Gladys MootyI'hutle r. v 1. Day falls on April 25 old Starke families. gree fro-i the Fuverr't:
Saturday with a large nun rwomen rte The executive board meetingwill ...
35 I -. -<)o1 l and U. D. C. chap- I In Florida whir x N 4'15T11.< : .
Washington on April IS.
i -1 and several ; -- be held during the and
: past r- ;iJ supper
i of ATOierav .
_____, __ I .. t r. :d their s mces on the I Miss Sue Darby Heev.x.
Maguire. will
______I----__a_ __ Neeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeee see ent, representing the 4i":- < daughter be followed by a program the
r .
army World W
< I luring; ir l L':
I II churches in the association of Mr and Mrs Philip F. I flower arrangements given by and was a t\ iated withInc r.... \
Stork Showers i i BPW Elects Officers .:= Fartm will deliver the adr Maguire. became the bnde of John I Mrs II L Higginaon of Jacksonville :
I I Mrs Roy Lassiter, stag f p.- in T'l'1.pA before en:
!! \ *. :indIrs.. L. G. Powell. Keely Clifford, son of the late I Beach Each member
I New Year .' is re-
For Mrs. Borden i iFor ; dent. was the guest speaks! 10\ n Columbia Theological 11l:1.1'; ,
.. tj Mpter historian, has charge of Dr. and Mrs John Clifford ofi i quested to bring flowers from her '
I Rev Bob Gray giving the < .pr. Decatur, Ga After rece.:: :
And ;Mrs. Rowe Initiates'lembers :rf program. Charlotte. !C. C. and Rochester graden and a container. Also to
ink devotional and Mrs H B Bachelor of Divinity ..h!q;' iJune ,
I I Following the program. U. D. C. N. Y. I bring a covered dish plus a little .
.. ,
' Miriam Borden was the Mrs. Dorothy Patterson of StAugustine. Stidham and Mrs. Earl Hi: will continue t-:
Mr I I I members The I extra for the invited who
and anyoneelse who desires ceremony was performedby guests
at lovely stork District 3-4 Director of ducting the afternoon de\ >' -n.1'' I work at Columbia Sirr: : > ,
honored jfuwt a I will go to the cemeteries to the ReF.. Raymond Cahill'at will be Mrs Suemtra alien and !II
shower Sunday evening by Florida BusIness and Professional "Co.T.munity Missions ne i least I For one summer he sere '
given decorate the graves of all soldiers 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon I of the musical "Flying j
Mra Ray Stone and Mrs George Women's Clubs!: was guest speaker Heart of Our Work" was thu '> I i supply pastor at the Fin : Pn '
3 BPW a+ ''if all wars Anyone wishing to in the Church of the Blessed High j
Simpson at the home of Mrs Monday evening at the gram topic and a special feature' I terian Church in Starke
donate flowers for this :Sacrament in Washington. Sunday being Memorial '
Stone. monthly meeting in St. Edwards was given by members !-rn purpose Day. The weddmg will take pi., <
nnItave) them at the school for i The bride was given in marriageby members and friends are asked to
Pink and blue spring J flowers Brooker and Pine Grove .n ms June 19 at the Druid lull Pre-
Hall.Mrs \ Mrs L A. Davis who is chair her father and had among her bring Peace Rose blossoms to the
Mere placed at points of interestin Patterson conducted an m- subject A brief history a' 'hI' .t I terian Chuuh. Atlanta!
"> .in of cemetery arrangements.The j attendants her sister Miss Shelia Chamber of Commerce office on ,
the home for the occajiion.Mrs. members
jtiatlon service for new WMU was also given. !
Borden was presented with during the past year and gave an community is cordially in- I Darby Maguire Saturda;' which will be placed in

many lovely and useful gifts in a Impressive explanation of the symbols : vied to attend the services. I She is the granddaughter of ;II I:local ch'irrhes on Sunday }Irs' THE: KHilIT POIXT for the

basket covered In pink crepe piper on the BPW emblem New WSCS Elects i the' late Mr and Mrs A. M Darby J. A. Griffin will be in charge of waj loll trite ('(IIut' in and I>elect -

members present were Pearl Col- Slate Of OfficersAt Ft I !Miss lone FortneyTo and a niece of Chas. A. Darby and arrangements )our favorilf TKJIUK OOh ?-

Mrs Lucille Howe entertained! son Gladys Green, Loyree Hart- I ;, Mrs S L. Peek of Starke. She Plans angoing ahead for Fountain Pen. Only $'.'.31 at

at a delightful tork shower Tuesday -|, mann. Kite Sheppard Klva Stewart the general meeting of the Wed Mr. Haile I attended the University of Geneva. beautifying the Episcopal Parish UKAIIUUI COl'.NTY TKIK-

evening at the home of Mrs i j I ant Helen Harley. They were Methodist \\'. S. C. S. Monday ,I Pierce Amencan College in house grounds and anyone having (,i\rn.

Hill Brown in Heilbronn Springs, presented corsages cf >ell- mums. morning at the church, the following !! Ji. !I Mr and Mrs J. L Fortney of Athens. Greece, and Smith College Day Lily and Stokesia plants for

honoring Mrs. Carl Brown. ,J;; I Winston-Salem, :-:. C. announcethe this Mrs TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTWIIKKK
purpose please contact
President Mildred Sapp conducted officers were elected: i iMr. and is a graduate of George
Appropriate games were played during I engagement and approaching O L Beasley. : TKAINIM; AND!
a brief business session President. Mrs. E. K. Perry- and Mrs James Wagner Washington University I IMr.
curing the evening and prizes thanks was read I marriage of their daughter lone, I Hostesses tor the EXPERIENCL'OF: 'NT
letter of ; Monday evening
which a V.p.Irs.. H. H. Adams; r Home of Hampton announce the i Clifford graduated from
were awarded to Mr>>. i-;. C. Clirk.Mrs. club for a recent of Miami to Jack Wyatley Haile. meeting will be Mrs A E
from the Macilenny I of their i Yale and the :
Rec. Secy. Mrs. L. K. Whitehead; II engagement daughter University Georgetown If lair n H\l a truss or surgical
Doris Martin and Mrs. Thei-! their club I Miss received her S.
contribution to I Fortney B. Haigh chairman Mrs J. D Doyle
Miss Martha Pearl Home to Law School
Mrs. Farber Sec. j
Treas Lloyd : cannot
support afford (ntake
ma Martin. and plans were made for attending I II degree" from Georgia State College Mrs F F Flume, Mrs C. A Par- lou
house Clair Williams, of I After
Promotion, Mrs. J. L. Anderson; I Richard son a wedding trip to Bermuda -
The chance with
honored health.
guest received many Meeting Sun- I I for Women her ham and Miss a lour
the District and master'sdegree Clara Leaman.
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Williams | the will reside
,Sec. Missionary Education, Mrs. couple in
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and useful
lovely the
gifts from >> bing ilJlpl'\'I"'rl| fitttxl.
morning in the Mayflower from the Boston University -
20 day !T. H. Slade; Sec. of Christian I j of Tampa. I Washington.In .
ruetts.Mrs. Jacksonville. Members i Here at ('ano\a Pn-scription
Hotel in School of Social Work. She Atlanta
To Wed
9J Relations Mrs. Titus Olson The will take ,
Howe was assisted in serving at Social ; I wedding place on
will] meet at the postoffice I is supervisor of the Children" i Ctnt v, ate h.i\r (rained technicians
refreshments by Mrs. Doris I Sec. of Local Church Activities, June 21 at' 4:30: p.m. in the First I Ft Lauderdale on April ISI j
am. I I Service Bureau of Dade County. George !McMaster faith male and fenuUe.
Hall. j Mrs. Bertha Pearce; Sec. of I Baptist Church Hampton. Miss Mary Louise" Turner, daughter :I
June Brownlee. acting chairman I Mr Haile the of Mr. and' i to serge jou.liemenilHr .
is son
of Mr and airsDavid Turner '
Student Work Mrs C. L. Scholl: I Miss Horne is a graduate of I I Dr and Mrs Patrick: Dwight
Committee presented
of the Nommiting Mrs. W. G Haile of Starke. Ht"I jour health and
became the bride of Lt. Thomas '
Sec. Youth Work Mrs. H. M.
Chicken Supper the following slate of of- Bradford High School and the Miller of Atlanta. Ga. have announced comfort
Richarde; Sec. Children's Work graduated from Bradford High I! David Dobbs. son of Mr. and the I depend on expert
f'cera'! for 1953-M. which was un- University of Florida. She is now School and attended Benjamin I engagement of their fitting
Ladles of the First Christian elected: President Dee Mrs. M R. Judd; Sec.: Spiritual Mrs. Herman Dobbs of Odessa. daughter" Miss Belle Neel" Miller I

Church will serve a chicken sup- animously 1st V.I" Margaret Miller; Life Mrs. I. P. Shepherd; Sec. teaching in the Hampton elementary : Franklin University Washington I I:Texas. to George Riley McMaster. son of !i
ta Dyal; D. C. He is credit for I CANOVA
per in the American Legion Hall 2nd V.P., Loyre Hartmann; Treas. Literature & Publication, Mrs. school. Mr. Williams is attending manager I I The Rev. John Howard Hanger Dr. and Mrs. Elvis O Manaker of j
the Sherwin-Williams Co.
on Thursday. Apr. 30, from 5:30: Mildred Doyle; Rec. Secy. Pearle W. G. Haile; Sec. Supply Work. law school at the University Miami. in 'officiated at the afternoon" ceremony Tampa and grandson of Mrs ,I PHKSCKIITION: CEXTEI1'IIONK

to 8 p.m. Profits will go toward Colson; Corr. Secy, Helen Harley Mrs. J. C. Hobbs; Sec. Status of of Florida. in the Park Temple Methodist Jessie Livingston, also of Tampa. i i 1202
the Mrs. L. A. Davis. The wedding will take place in Miss Miller
furnishing Bible School rooms. Ruth Simmons. Women Mrs. No Church. graduated from |
and Auditor are being sent, (Near hospital' ( )
Everyone welcome. Adults SI, Patterson was asked to install Circle leaders elected" were: the Chapel of the Central Baptist The bride was given in marriage high school in San Antonio Texa.'
but all friends of the I
couple are I
children 75c. these officers at the May meeting [Morning circle Mrs. L. D. Vining; Church in Miami on Friday evening by her father. and u now attending Agnes Scoff Gainesville] FJa.

the acceptedIfaryon (invited to attend the wedding and May \. aS o'clock It wffl1:I College. Decatur I.iathere she
o! the club and I Evening} circle Mrs. Henry Co-, She is the granddaughter of the 111&LLLlll llkLLll1U1J1EATREKeystolleHeights
I reception which will follow be affair, with only members -I ,
immediately ji quiet I I
was appointed circles Mrs L D. II
Arnold win; Afternoon j I\late Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent

obtain theatre tickets for the children -/Green and Mrs. Arthur Wood.Mrs. | after the ceremony at I of the immediate families in ,'and a niece of Misses Minnie and I

Yes who took part in the recent Henry Godwin was elected ,: the home of the bnde'sparents (attendanceLike I Juanita Bessent" and W A. Bes- I I

there js! a way I Fashion Show. delegate to the annual conference ( i sent Jr. of Starke I

Guests at this meeting were Mrs. to be held in Miami April 28-301, ) I The bride is an alumna uf'I Ii
I Swindell of St. Augustine and Mrs. W. G. Haile was elected',|
to let her know Myrtle i Florida State University" where
of Keystone
Egan alternate.An" .
Mra. Helen i her Zeta Tau
., of j sorority was Alpha
II Heights, Mrs. Pansy Quigley interesting" program on I Lt. Dobbs graduated from Ba\ .

i Green Cove Springs and Miss Dory Africa by the prfcnary and junior'department '| C | lor University Waco. Texas and I
Stewart. unlf'r! the direction:' | received his commission in the

Following; the business session of Mrs. J. R Wainwright was i' Air Force at Laredo Air Base .

I a frozen salad coutse with coffee 'presented after which punch and all bad! puin.e.i acv always \\1'1 teniXid hum Brad Locke :1 Lt. and Mrs Dobbs are now.' -- -- -
the hostesses, Loyree "'n Sat.- \pril 21, 25Clcopalnx ; Tues.pril :2s!
a WAS served by "African Pie" was served : turn up ",;,un: >taiil : that he I la on the Sixth Fleet USS siding at Las Vegas. Nevada;
IVarlc CoLson, Mildred I II I ONE 1):11 )
1 i I Hartmann. home last week and nursed chicken !. Men uiy in Turkey j I where he is stationed with Iii'I
f ; Doyle and Desta Dyal. Beverly Lappe pox and by the looks of the I II I i Little Billy Brown son of the I IG. Air Force." i I THUNDER t IN i
I many youngsters around town S. Browns celebrated his :2nd j I'I I II 'I II V. I
PTA Officers Has Birthday Party 1;;, with pock marks on their little birthday on April 16th with aI Kindergarten 'I II Claudette Colbert1RIHKI'
I TuesdayThe I faces there certainly has been a small neighborhood party !I "
Elected I! Beverly Lappe was hostess to Present 'Cinderella'Irs. amA .
of it that surely was Gladys Edwards entertained" at a .
siege I Ilenrt > nun r \\ iltill.in I.Klil. l Ih M>ra hart
25 of her friends Saturday afternoon ;, : .
Bradford High School some storm we had last Sunday ![.birthday dinner party at Thomas 0. .m h.trlfi". llot'-r
C. G. kinder
par-I at a birthday party ( I Priest's ,K.ut.'iipupils : !
t'nt.Tt'acht"rssociatlOn" f'lebra-I morning--did you see the size of :, Restaurant on Sunday for her
cafeteria ting her twelfth anniversary.The I will present version of Sun, Mon.pril 26, 27
meeting in the school diameter husband Jack Edwards and mother (I 29 :,10()
April decoratedfor that hail?--about an inch in | "Cinderella" Friday night at K sr \\i-d., Thurs.- \pr l
I. home was '
Tuesdiy evening. appe -didn't do much damage Mrs Margie Underbill-it was !'i
o'clock in the American
with numerous" Legion
Thei1tinating Committee" Report j the occasion around town luckily, just a few I also in celebration of her own hall. The will also in. V
of roses The refreshment i
was received and all officers I,arrangements table was centered" j broken limbs the top blew off birthday and her sister Hazel" I i ii ''elude numbers by the I Rhythm'

were eksted for the 1153-54 school one of Lacy Conway's cabins and I|i Paulk's birthday which also fall t
Band. The is invitid l and r
the exception" of the I II with a birthday cake embossed in Joanne Slade I I 1' 6
year. with blue. the roof off of a small cabin out I lin I April was i'!admission is free. There" will bereserved R
11.il1aft President. Those elected were I Ii pink I of hostess at a delightful slumber 0
I aoul I I outdoors I 3.01. seemed" to be the extent t seats for all first gnule ? I
i Mrs fttwaid: l A. Hall Vice Presi-j, Game' were played' the damage. party last Saturday evening following -:, teachers.I .

dint, Mrs Wilntt Dockstader. and prizes" were" awarded to Hear that Scootie Duke has II. the play at the USO .
for Mother's and Mrs C. L. Scholl Jeanne Pollet and Charleen Den- I Ii I
Day Secretary 'I been made an assistant deputy enjoying i the affair were Jackie ; !

Treasurer. I nix followed with delightful refreshments sheriff see Alice Conner is Hobbs, Margaret Ann Slappey I UIIV PAY MORE \\hl.n E.sTF.R i

(,nt.l1a till !gift, tl'lIll1'r A one act play, "The Man in the !'!, served indoors.. { now working in the Farm Home [Margaret Rose Duncan Sue Dun l BROOK offers the host fountain

lae.tingly I uf all die Bowler" Hat" was evicted" by mem- I I i i Mrs. Harry Lappe was assisted & Auto Supply wholesale house can. Jackie Colley. Sandra Johns : pen at only $t37? Wade \arletof > t Xrrou Rcuw
meant r
hvrs of the Speech Club. This was in serving( and caring for her I replacing Edna Johns glad to\Sandra Strickland. Joan and colors and point. at HltAIFOKII )- rF c ac

to >UU. 1'itk" up j our the first theatre-m-the round presentation daughter's" guests by Mrs. Robert I i see" Sue Miles back on the job at Joyce Scholl Jane Richarde and rorxrv TELEGRAPH.: v

phone make > our upI to a P.T.A. group in I Lappe, Mrs. Donald Weldon and I Leila's and elad: to hear that (Nancy Bates ,I. . . . . . . . . .. .. ..... .. .11111111111111
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|K>intiiunt I I I no*. Starke. I I Mrs. Leona English. I II I Maude Lappe is up and around \ Hear that Florence Brown was: :i; i

i I again after her recent illness one of the 21 girls at FSU who I I :

I I Woodman Circlei I find Peggy Ann Neel l steno-ing in.1 were tapped by Alpha Lambda :. :

I WSCS Notice I i i Charley Johns office replacing Delta national honorary for freshmen -

i regular pionthly meeting" of I Sue Albntton who has returned to I women for making a B-plus ] Educational I

I t'n'cle I of the MethodistV S the WiHximan f'1rdl'111 be held ,. her home in Alabama Leone'I j:average or above during the first E Ei

1 11''Swill irivt Thu' ;;;d.ty evening. Tue-Ml.n, nisjht! April 2s. it 7:311: Hazelwood is the new beauty I I semester Also note a nice 'i

I 1 1 1' \fi' :10 .1' S oMoek at the !home .. 'I.'k, "t !the I'tlholu CVntir fort I writeup about Jeannette MrLendon .
at Ruby Johns on Fridayand
.. .1' Mr! F....;;ter Shi Siip'Ti!!' with -.!I'lft i lij-i'uv.: ; :leetms: Ml operator i!, the Orlando school
1'lIn.t: : :6.ST \HIil:. ...\ Saturdays and Mae Gonzalez in high paper .
AI'arnt..;< ,iho. tess .rnher..ur, tired; h> ttteml I .
Mrs Krrol n 1 Seems she must lead a very Tour of
; Barksdales. Europ
;I'; ( t'rkingin pinch-

hittnis: for Mrs B. C. Holtzen- I busy life there, being active i in' : I : ? I

dorf \vriu' is home nursing MrH".tz I Tri Hi Y, publicity chairman' forj I :: ; .

3 PC. BEDROOM SUITES -- AT DENMARK'S d! : !ltd )rf who has been quite i(the advertising I forthcoming solicitor Thespian"for the play an- ;' ': 53-Day Trip i to England, France, I

nual, of Children : ;-' / Italy or Holland All Expenses Peace"t
vice-president ; :
\\ .i *.ny! to hear that Mrs ;i, I
,of the Confederacy, and secretary ti'M / $1000 Cash for the best letter
P M Barefoot" suffered a broken l li]1 1I : or
I light wrist: last week when she I' of the Sub-Junior Sorosia i i': "World Travel Promotes World t tt

(iolel1/! 0" -Mmhled! on a broken sidewalk II I. Quite a busy schedule. I'd 4 4 t

and hear that Mrs. Jeff Lewis I(I say Another "success story" "r _
to fe/d/ I !3 .il>" it'll!! and broke her arm I I from Emory at Oxford where J5 Win the trip of your pp.

r.hn n Anderson underwent a hilly Cressler was named to the I
4 the thrill of foreign
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: ., ;; \ ,'.iXr h..>i p':!'al l on Wednesday and son. I quarter < travel faraway cities continental t t ;

.. ""' "r ''' ." j..I]:: -s gnat getting over a seri '! April seems to be an important 4 4 folklore Diamond gold i t

,- : ".. .m;; .i.-e of chicken pox !month around the Ed Lawson 4 customs and charming 1.! ,

:' .,..;. ..i e poi,I t" hear that Coach Harold I household Seems that Ed and | 4 4 breathtaking scenery of famous re- L
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t v 1 Mildred 'and their three sons.
returned home Tues- '
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: that .
I\ 1.;' \,: d .i ,\ ater undergoing surgery in : Anthon '. Jimmy and Sonny, ell: 4 4 sorts. A thrilling trip you pp.pp.

ftr" t.i"" Alit "U.l hospital last week I I have birthdays this month and 4 4 will remember the rest of your life. I E
I t-.. gad:;; to hear that George cap the climax mom and pop'swedding 4

i ,, I anniversary is Apnl 25 4 pp.
I .:-- > Ai:: :, M returned home Monday

I I / ;r t. I: f h., .' 12. oft'..< "&.-,",,...1\""j.! fjI tru", .S' Luke's where he under- I. Hear that Don Page is curj I j 4 4 4 Sponsored by the Makers of .

"t .. ',c,'r.t .i 11v operation Others j I rently leading the Trail R.dgeRec : 4 pp.pp..
"-, i w Similar TO Picture with a'' 4 I
LLllt ; irreitly hospitalized are Blanche ;; Club fishing contest 4 *

U 41 Edwards ''Mrs. Earl) in St. Vta- ,black 'bass weighing 8 pounds. 10 4 +

..: 1 I Joe Gray is runner-1! 4 Wyler
i ev'* is.t h spinal arthritis and ,ounces 4
Jh' Regular 95.95 ValueL while Dan Fogg is still bringing ,; <4
K-r.e :;;t-'Ih also in St. Vincent's :up 4 1

::,.r ,ht"\'k-up and observation .1 in his usual run of "fish i iheads' 4 4 pp.

: r-rats; to Mr and Mrs. .A.I Here's wishing succes.r 4 flex ;
: 1l I ; to Herb and Peggy Thomas I 4 i infra
Save 16.00 W who celebrated their j
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v)th'rdhng: anniversary on ]i I in their new business venture I 4

You Can Use Our Budge Plan A: n: l"h they celebrated with !I Ia' running the restaurant at Thomas l 4 WATCHES *, ia t: !

"'.: reunion of children. i iC' I Truck Terminal i
: t \ I I
On This Purchase 79.95 a'.i! h..dren: and greatgrand-I Surely sorry to hear that Les .4 4 AND = i
:"..Idrt-r.: : heard' via the grapee -,and Eva Shepherd will be leaving !j 4
h \ .-.. :hat Martha and Earl Futch I us soon seems that Les has J I 4 4 *

asaat former residents. have accepted a call to the Baptist 4 j
t" !
" Venetian Mind Linoleum Hues Emerson Fan* Church at Chattahoochee after 4 ROBERTS JEWELRY > I
aagnajS1 BARGAINS ALI. t t.-y daughter see: that j 4
1 1 CHAIRS -- 4.95 K.-. J .:hn.-on and family have being chaplain at the State Prison -j 4 4

rrs ".. '. : :r m the Maude Crews for all these years Don't, 4 4 *
tKrA. r.c .-., Walnut to the J. MR know of anyone \1ho'U be missed II | 4

4 t. : :.i-, !h use on X Cherry street I more in these parts and hope they i 4 Your Friendly Jeweler"Come *>. -

FURNITURE COMPANYPhone back to often i -44
'.t5( a big weekend for Judy get see us *
Grrrr. Mary Frances Hazen andfan Well seems to be all for now 4
121 Starke. Fla. 4 in for complete information and contest' rules. E
c ", Hearst when they were So lass See you in the 4

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I }r rw S Colson and ,-hndren Mr and Mrs J S Sapp; hav' j Guard To Begin I* Ikr 1..1' Jailer. curl 1lad > ,,' '
MrS E Fur Hr.d'.r4 I oar< J'lund4I. w'n
brother Hollis Knight Jrwill had AS guests Mr and
and r.er .
Weekend PrubalrI .. -: : ." .. :t.ra '. ;" ,A.., ," .:.... s ..t
by plane for Reyes of Jacksonville on Saturday TrainingAt :-' t'1.|. XI% ,I' : .. .
leave today j % "np.I' : A. U take) as v -U-* .id: t', :"I.I.tnt: a:1: Pe tall. "
Ariz. where they will : and Mr and Mrs Richard Ray of I'' "drd'URIC ed I., j .4 :rasrd M t'U.
I t: or riionvti This .
Blanding ,
notice ,."
I roan i> oubt'phedapes Th.- ; h' ts.
II join Mr Colson and make theirhone. ; Jacksonville on Sunday T. \11..1*rr..a. l.frrr.iril I. Tbr each week for four rcn. iutirweeks ''{ .(, P- .- .. I'. ," !I

I The Meal! National Guard I.a. Utaid tterrdr.rt in the Bradford County T.I.-I 1 '" t. .' .t. I;:.,,\! .,1 ., '
company r.j; .i.- hrrrl\ -i"s:f.d that a C1'atth I
i| Mr and Mrs. C. E. Reid of Atlanta will begin its weekend train. wrtL n m"t-um..nl plrp.rtnC: t" '.. I>;a'.dh. ."'. : d.\ ..f \. C.. IN THE NEWS s I thr :lat will! and --tammi f ..110..1< .1.1.'iL' ,
weekend of ? 4irdrit t'harle > ,
Ga were guests l a i\ I'F'I.\( t ::0\1'' t : t "
Mrs T. C. Stallirgs accompa- ; ling I at Can-p BlanAxg this weekd.:, ha l
i -- I med three members of the Episcopal -!\ Mr and Mrs. Hogan Smith. j jMr I e nd. along with other units of the j hair\' thi "ur'.. r.. a-r h.rrlij By Mar, :ar 1.. Crosby. Drp'JtT CUrk !'y I.I'' .,., 1. ,'. ': \ t'" 11
II .
I itmnivnd i .th n \ ....ndar I 44 It ;. : I 'j I .
Mr and Mrs! T C Stallings I Young Peoples Service !Second Battalion. 124th:! Infantry. months from thr datr ..( ihr tintUbhiattun i!
Mr and Mrs J. D. Doyle were and Mrs Lex Green left I
|) of thin >lu to I i
in Own Cove Springs on Sunday have moved from the Stock houseon I. League. Melissa Staling, Kay I Wednea lay for a ten day tnp to r The urjt will leave Saturday i iI thl, 'pour! and "h.." .ioU,., aprarn If .n) I.la. flrertl (...rt.tlfer" ('"....,. _.
street to the D. L.SJcox Rowland and Jack Miller. to the morning for the billeting area i \.u ,'an.h> thr a. nun of ihi ...Id.. I. C-\... F7,
Mr and Mrs C A Lafayette I
visiting Pi. to visit their son ,
Lar.ghom. adii.Uting Juan ta ;.
I ,
I I where curt tit -.td will! t. pro' uttr 1'latnttff La I' -
Geiger and Mrt. Annie Doyle. I home on Tenth btreet. Diocese of Florida Touth meeting Michael, and other relatives in the men will be housed and I j ba'.rh.i.iii netland unrr\uk. le> K. ilunter; IVfrndantCa. P

in pensacola from Friday to .i I served lunch.Immediately. j ji j Thfrt.n .\. Satin. '\.. 07 L\!
New York. I II !
"\'Unf\: Jedgrlt'df! -d ,\i'unt\. FU \.1140. T. %p"*arTo
Mrs. J. W. KIncaid i 15 in Tampa. Mrs.. L. B. Moorer and daughter. Sunday Members of the Young !i I after lunch they I tH nte.> K tluniA! -r r. ': STAR Kt..E
will begin firing out on !. Ifce (....1' Ju.lcr'o < .url 1. ''den- and ddrrv. 1s i :. ,,
weapons K .u"
a week in Peoples Service League will also ,
C. Lee spending
\'WUnglr and Mrs C. Hoppe.Dr are I of
Mrs Frank Martin '. i
Jacksonj I j lad Fur ItradUrd ( ual>. PUrlJ j I\ our are hereby nuui.rd: mat
I Galveston. Texas visiting Mri attend the Youth rally next Sun- villa Belch was the guest of Mr.l I I the various ranges. Some of tht'weapot'.s !. I'robatr 1 I f,>r a Fn.. Sat.- \pnl Lrl. 2.

and Mra R P Stubbins ot i Moorer who Is with the Merchant day at the Church of the Good J they will fire are theM In| Kf K-Utr ,.f :N..br: H :Mavwrll. !' Divorce
i l i and Mrs. L. :;. Pickering the latter -i IM'ty srd has been filed against you In thei 1)01 111 .K: FfcTt: ( KL

Tallahassee were weekend guesU | Marine. Shepherd in Jacksonville. :1 part of last month. -1 rifle, carbine rifle pistol i iI Minn: ro tiiioit" I ab.nalll..d Court and cu>r and
II I I machine cal 50 and cal. 30. All trvditiTf thr ..,.tat..r 3 3XuMv )ou are required to serve a, cup of Ladies of the Chorus

of Mr, and Mrs. J, R Kite. I I i, I I O 11.:1.: \\..11. detra.-rd are (.i your ai.-uer or pleading to tile \111' \h'lt' ,
i i Mrs. Denver Devrick was in Mr. and Mrs. Warren Howell j }Ir. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson returned -I The unit ill'spend Saturday brrbnotlflrd and required to filr .! plaint on the Plaintiff Atton.eti rrRrn
( i night at an>' Ulm> or d..III"'ldhl'b i J. -'';'h K Sk.pprr. ::1 5raha.-: '
and they .AndWAR
I Elanding return to J .
I i Gainesville shopping last Thursday of Clewiston spent a few days I to their home ia Macomb, haajainM hid estate j in the ofi j i Hml.I.np Ja ksSville. Fh'rdt\ -

| ; last week with Mr. and Mrs. Les-i HI on Sunday after two weeks home station Sunday afternoon. I fit r of the fount Judge of hradj j j and file the or.ic.: .al rn the offu of PATHIn

FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I I lie Biggs. i visit with }tr. and Mrs Larry Git>-1 j "This is a very important part I ford hour,"ount at >Stark. Florida, Florida. in the ivurl within'!,' VVYYYt ...... ;- gtr1..11.T1 Ttxnicolor

I I Mr and Mrs. Charlie Morris of son. I II i of our training program" said right lalmdar month from the date '
II I lI of' the first CLASS 1PUBLIC 1 l \\ 'tb ituiund II Itnrn
Houston. Texas were weekend I Capt. Hugh B. Ingram Jr. company pulilixatii.il .f thlrUcr. no
JUST ONEFRIGIDAIRE Mr. and Mrs I. E. Clark were iI j Each claim ur demand mull t i VM! ('artiHta and Trial|
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. in Jacksonville shopping on Sat-j I Mrs. J H. Fields and Miss MinI '! commander. "It is required b. in writing and must ,.tat the
I II Ii I !! Thurs- that all members of the unit fire plan] of re.Mdrmr and puM-uffur !
Wart I returned
nie Bessent come
II urday. I;i'i I i ddrr"s ..f the ilainiant and must Sun.. M.'n.-April :'Jti.!t, :21
I I clay: after a week's visit in Cocoa the weapon with which he is i>r sworn tn liv the ,Claimant h-

Made only by General I! Mr and Mrs. H K. Davis and i i j II I '!1'.II!and Ft. Lauderdale While in Ft. i' armed for record and the others agt-m] ,,T his attornt-i ..r it nil: LIABILITY HAS ANYBODY
Motors Corp. All other i' Ht. l>rid GA\tnid: plants Hatter: l> -( onir void at <'rdng to la.pI'I1 N.
!sort!, Randal visited! their son. I| ; i I Lauderdale they attended the wedding 1 for famIliarization. ColT! K. .\ J.. 115JM ; SEEN MY GAL
Electric Refrigerators are Iillie/ Afruan'Uoletv K. f.ounf ,
;.1: +;Ignrdi Martha INSURANCE
I of Mi&i Bessent's mete Miss : ] McClane battalion commander \1.t1".1I.
made other companies '- (lirislian) st. ..:\.., tin i\. l'trc'r 1.aunr' und Km .k mis.HI
by Mary Louise Turner daughter ofMr. 1 has requested that all units in .\ J. Th 'iiu-. JrIt ,

and cannot use the word and Mrs. David Turner, to Lt. 1 the Second Battalion have a 100 A > f."I KvnUIII*. $29.50 Zhu ( rtUt'n and 't'TUt'S. \\\
t Mr and Mrs J. '! 4 :::1 ". ,
FrigidaIre. R Chasteen. ___ 4t I IMIIK 1'
1 Thomas David Dobbs son of Mr cent attendance. We sincere-
Mrs Charles Shepherd ]per
I Mr. and 'Sr. .I .. April :lv! ON !I.\
of the State Farm and Mr -
j i: OK i>
end Mrs. Herman Dobbs of Odessa It:\ IVol lu
of spent the i ]ly urge all employers to release Keprexentatue for
and children Tampa ]
/I and Mrs Jim Chasteen the 1I:11.1III: : .KlfllllOl \ IHP:
spent Operation Secret
\\Yant A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I, P. | Texas. i ij men for this training j i Nit'ce is. hrrrliy gtvrn that tho

;I j weekend at the Brownlee cottage I I j I Men who are interested in join- undersigned. under the proMMon-- SOUTHERN STATESOld \\ it h ('orn. I\MUI.-..-
1 ? Shepherd.I at St. Augustine Beach. j of; i'haptrr 20 Sit:>> Iowa of Kloiida
I I i I- .i I t ing the Guard and who plan to Actof tail{ will r..tI.t..r with th, ( Line Company) \1"0 C'arl< n andt*\\sUtL
I : .. : Ck! of the Ori-uu
Ford and daughter. the Spring m join in the near future are urged t'ourt. in all.1ur
THEN SEE Dorothy I' r iTadford: Cnunltat.. of Fl.n 1I0SPIT.Lsn I.IFK
Suzanne left Friday for a ten- Petersburg spent the first of the Tuesday at the Southside Estates ti.n of this null.the fi.. .titi..u> INSURANCE CO.
visit with friend in Sumter S. C. the weekend training periods if ) : I'E .VTl'KK
E. H. SMITHTenth [ I name> u( Starke{ 1 I. r I''u under wh;, .haie
week with her sister Mrs. P. M Jacksonville.
i in
Presbyterian Nr' .
I 1 possible They receive much "'Igag. ] 111 l.j-irn- .,'
I Mrs W. L. ;, Barefoot who suffered a broken At this meeting Rev Mc- .tark... Kla DREAM BOAT

Mrs Ara Moltt and I I..rist recently I II II IMr's. Aliley was examined and received1:I valuable training with weapons ItuMness That the partiex 1IIIt'r.-I..J ln ,..101, | ('(tiftonrliti and tingrr K<'g<*rs
aad Temple Ate. Andrews were shopping in Gaines-' that is offered only once a sear { arrThvlnld I: Johns .,., ,1 I CONNER
I as a minister into this Presbytery.He | 1'hatlry ":. Johns, sole own. r' BROS -.\ndLure -
Starke, Fla. I II I I I' during these weekends Young s tar",: Fla I
villa Thursday. R n.h'arez.. Miss Sylvia will be installed as Pastor of ;
men are urged to visit the local Hu..d th!> !:!4th day ..f April|. 19.] Of
Alvarez! and Mr and Mrs the First Presbyterian Church of I Starke; Kradford <"ountFlornl.ij !Phone 2S5 116 Court St.
'Paul! Raymond were called to Starke on Sunday evening. May 17. I armory for full details. i j 4 21 4t ;. '" i / TheVilderness
The Guard units will also be at i: !
Miami last Friday to visit their : at 8 o'clock. MM( I: OK IM trioin: Gen. Insurance i Jean IVtent and t'on..Ianl't'
Blanding on the weekends of May ;, lu.a.: nnII'nol': \ HU
APRIL IS DIAMOND sister. Mrs M I!. Lang who has Notice Is hereto Smith
I that
2.3 1617. given the I I
and May I II
'I been ill and was being taken to Maurice G. Lingford of Lake 1 j 'undersigned under the |iro\i',u.ns i i ii,I Also I.atet t NewsSTARKE
i-f. Chapter :1I.9.3! law ,,f i,
Florida I
SAVE 1-4 TO 1-3 I the Duke Clinic N. C. over the: I Butler visited Col. and Mrs. D. 1 E I II Act of 194J will r..gl t..r with the':'', uu..u.-----_____"_" . &. &. &. &. &. 4" ,: .

weekend Knight Monday afternoon. I Recent Births |. : Court in and .
1'radfurdtuunut .
i 'for State of "}'lo'r l !. .'r : .. _
On Our Large: Selection of I da. upon receipt of proof of puloll..a. ;i, ,.-. --. -.- ,,--. .- ..,.. -
Mr. and Mrs J. G. Alvarez! of
I lion of tbie notn- '. :
Mrs Lemuel Colson went tRiverside o Mr and Mrs. Cecil Sewell anddaughter. the fu'lltb'uruantr |
NEAUTIFUI: AKTCAKVEI), AMERICAN BEAUTYAND : Ft. Lauderdale announce the birth J| .r Herb Thoina, II.: .st.iui.inl j i
Hospital on Wednesday r Pam. were in Jacksonville 'inder whuh we ale tiiK.iK"! in !liii* frj I
BOND DIAMOND RINGS I of James Gideon Alvarez ....
a son,
I for her regular iheckup. on Thursday. iJr s i nule south i.-i I I' s. |III.h"\| !
:301.\ Stark,. Kla >
1 That thr |>arti..- ::11:. r..td! ,,n s ,:,1| ''r

Priced at 24.50 to 1000.00 Rev and Mrs. R 1:. lacB1ainespt'nt I Mrs Guy Andrews and son, j jr announce Pvt and the Mrs birth Reed of a daughter F.. Lewis I I liiism*.KRV'ss H are Th.Il.rlx-it i-. -..\b Tli.nn-nw n. i I '. ,i,''H',.1 :'ri1 RADIO I TV SERVICE

from Monday to Friday of r Tommy are m Wytheville Va this afa\ettr >t s.tu. |?.. Fla '
See Our Window Display I Reeda Ilean. 13 Glendale r
on April in I.tttd
this ,
t.i\ Xjinl \i''
last week at Whiting Filed near week to attend the funeral of Mrs. .
I[ Hospital Palat ka. Mrs at' :Sl.uk.! BrI\H"l\t t "'-i.nt\ h'I..i I'd t t
: Milton visiting their son-in-law Andrews' aunt. I 4 :4 4' '. : E Reasonable Guaranteed Service
II.Lewis the former Ilean Atkin-j J :
Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry I and daughter Mr and Mrs. I I, son of is Erooker and is at NOTH t: To .II'I'KIII I i i ,
I George Fortunas. Wallace Thigpen is serious]y ill In Clrruil Court, llratilunl ('..a.';,]'! On All Makes Radios or TV
'staying with her parents while 'Klorldns Inanr.r...
in Glendale Hospital Palatka i June I'n". s. I'laintiff( vs i ,, .., ICi -
"The Home of Fine Iianwnds'rSlarke'y'Leading Mr and Mrs J K Hardy and 1 where he suffered a heart attack Pvt Lewis is stationed with the: \OaK.. ,, fendjntNwlirr h.

', '., .. ,. IF YOUR RADIO OR IS
faimlvisited' Mr and Mrs O Army in Japan. :\ ;
Jeweler .iVCednesday.i ; 'In tpprnr.To r IIIas.1ttri;: :
W Barry in Brooker on Sunday. !i iW lune <).4K.s! \sh.,",. t r"'III. I NOT (,I1 1\(; YOI'
I daughters and
Frances Jackie
1 .ind, address is |1\7 |I\\; 6 1'1.\ \
M U. members attending f''i attended the funeral of Mrs. M r.u'useVw VorU r fTfJI S.VTISI'ACTIONCall ;
Mis Minnie E. Hazen of Brook- You are hereby n.tifi.d, 1
I the few River Association meeting that ,
Barry's aunt. Mrs Frances
i! folk suit for

1'1'i is visiting the M F Hazen andV in Lawte Saturday were Mrs. in High Springs, on Monday 11i1.'Itr! I III. "/I'| ", It I Ill: ,,d'bl., I Ei ;jL. 198-W At Once

YKAUS OF EXPERIENCEENAHLES \' Ilazen' families for two 1 'S. E Sparks. }trs. \\'. L. Andrews I Mrs Rita Brown and son. W A above has hero named filed Court aftaiiist jn in th( !

US TOll'E; weeks JMrs(i Thelma Dnkms.: Mrs L. D I' Jr., of Dunnellon. were weekend you are required to s and r\H tailor A < "I'[ \and, (1 '-- --- -- -

YOU HETTER SERVICEON j J' Haines and Mrs Lex Green i iI j guests of Mr and Mrs L. .\. your complaint an-wrr on or pleading the IMai I"rhff's, It. 22.S:! ( all Street Nest )Door To \.I m orlh) ''
Mr and Mrs M C. Wells Mr I r 3 3MTH
YOUR I I I Attorney. Evan T
i E'anI"; |
-li Mott last week I
ta |I II and Mrs L S. Law Exchange -' '
AUTO Hutto. Mrs caro-I Mr. and Mis W G. Haile had Miss Myrtle Lou Ratio of Rai- Florida Ru.IUti.g.+ ksonville ,. :, :: _: .-: : ._ : ::--1f; :- J
)yn Redgrave: and I
r1-A son and file
tlp the ,
1 as guests last weekend their son ford ongtnat in nie ortt'r'n'
was visiting and
O, P Hutto. Mrs. Brad f '- the Clerk of the Ci' tilt ,'.art 01sr
$ or I Jack Haile and his fiancee Miss Jackie Mott on Sunday before the
,a Mn Shellie Hall visited Mr. and .
i : r- dayISayey Stey. i I. .
s I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERING I Mis Charley Parker at Holly Hill I j{, lone Fortney of Miami. I Pvt. Allen J. Lewis, son of Mr ntherw' all.'gatuns ,,f ,,.p',

i I and Mrs. Ed Lewis, who left Complaint. will be tal-n as ?,'itf *-
on Sunday II i ii 1 .d by '
i I II I IMr Sgt. Earl L. McGruder return- Tampa on January 26 for training This you.notice shall r.e ,,iit'n'' Free Tank

,, and Mrs And Brown and j Jed!'i last Friday to Ft Jackson j with a U. S. Army medical once we.ks each in the week Bradford for four('.ii.n--.unl\" T.'I" I'trrahh \ .

P. C after spending a ten-day; detachment
expects to
daughter of Vicksburg. Miss are completehis .
I leave with his grandmother Mrs. : r> i.i tin- J I.1 n t tl,I" i
atlicasonable here this week to attend thefuneral'of basic training at Camp Mr. Brown's father, 0 1| HattM Jones and aunt Mrs |,: pickett.: Va. on June 13. At that Clerk of the Clr. mi ''uri
Prices I Freda Mamre. j jI fl y Marian L {'t"Iohy. U. "rI: i'i/i. rv
L Brown. I time, he hopes to come home onI 1.1.1i I

I i iIll his first furlough I I

You Must Be Satisfied or Your Alvin B Howard was a visitor I iid iloxinia plants; Faster'I I'I'Imi. i' Thursday afternoon Apr. 16. In ( irriiit\I1111I'I/1. 1'ourl: llniilford u'iM\it......n". \ PURCHASE OF

.. .\erlc-an iolets. It."n?. loriiln In f hnnrrrT.InaiiiM .
i in Jacksonville Monday. || : was clean-up day at the Community \ _
'amplnll. 1't '
Money Refunded II I (hristian t. i( Center. It really looks '."111" ,'Campli. 1 I', ., i,,:o'
i i t ... \ ANY NEW% GAS RANGE
Mrs T. J Griffin returned home iI j j I nicp now with its new paint job, ollre
I Topneiir
LETS: TALK IT OVER YOU ARE! l NDER NOOBLKiATION :Mrs Robert J. Bethea left Sun-'1
Monday after two.t ks visit and clean blind and drapes T', Louis! fampli.I! nh" .
) (. I I day to join her husband. Warrant: den. is. Clinto-i .- s, .,' ,d( \ .
with Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza' I j i Officer (JG) Robert Bethea i in i Thanks to the following for their mailing address ]w ,, ,h', .I' |I., % '

in Jacksonville. (, part in the cleanup drive: Mrs You are hereby ..L"tf.1, tl.,it a
;:Japan where he has been transferred '! suit for
: Howard Wait. Mrs Rosa Pm- ni\.r...
N. & S. UPHOLSTERY after serving in Korea
:Margaret Ann Slappey of Atlanta holster. Miss Lubedia innholster has been filed aga'n! t.t" "i !l I'. Slade Gas Co.
,, .
since December 1951. Mrs Bathe ai o\e named ( urt and ,. i ,.:
Ga. spent the weekend with |j '. Mrs. Lawrence: Wiggins. Mrs R. you are required i" -.. n 't ', > .
was met in New York by her son ,
Phone I.VI:;: ( ourt SI. Onnoxite Court Hou.eTHEATRE her cousin, Jackie Hobbs. j i iKuth Alfred Bethea, who is stationed j X Seville. Mrs Bill Coram. Mrs romplainl your! answer rot or) j.l.II),.ail. I.K i I.. t", ..',

ii Bill Bigham and Miss Dorothy .\U..rn..)' .To"J.I; ", "
i iwnth the Quartermaster Corps in .:r,,",..., I:'1 ,I ;
Simmons. Elsie Hazen and Washington. D C i Ross. !iI F', r "! i I'lIOM.: 1 1.:1::1 STXRhE. FI. 1.

.. '. Sarah Torode attended the state |I Mr and Mrs Gerald Wait. of ar". f, ..1.. .1tho. |,.. (, .. ,..:. '

JunIOr Woman's Club convention Cassadaga :>;. Y. who have been ....
........................ 1111 .-. .-. ..._... -
.n Miami I from Sunday to Tues- visiting in Florida for the pis- j '. ,- -., -" --..:< ->..-;._-., .:, vvvvw

d..y six weeks returned to th,'ir b"m

STARKE BROOKERGrace last Tut>sday. Mr and! M'I I

Mi: and Mrs. T. H. Slade were i i Howard Wait accompanied: 'leutaa

/PI Jessup. Ga. on Sunday and G. Bigham ', far as Clarksville T. nn and{ VETERANS
I -- Dedicated To Community Service -
Monday on business.d I:'returned to their home Thu'dav
"1lolity Are letter Than E\er" .AAAi iiALAAALAAAAAlLLa&. on / : --

find concealed in the Florida Theatre A d :\ and Mrs W. M Hazen and \u\iliarj Meeting ,,
If you ) our name t t I Mrs Howard Wait entr' i.' ''i 1I \
The Ladies Fire Auxiliary met
rut ad out and present it to Itox Office for FREE TICKETS children of Gainesville and Mr her daughter. Susan nn h..releventh

1 and Mrs. Alph Hazen and Mr. and :Monday night at the home of/I birthday with a 'x' In''r YOU ARE INVITED TO SEE

Sat.. April :23-ONLY!: :Mrs Wilson Leonard of Orlando Mrs Howard Wait The party '
; roast in their backard laI !
lue., \\ed.-\pnl is 29
DOUHLE: .1 Tlla: \t ere guests of the M F. Hazen : rooms were decorated with yellow Friday afternoon Outdoor pi" p-

end \'. V Hazen families Sun- glads and seasonal flowers I|
[ and horseback riding! teat '
/ Mrs L. C. Nicholson. auxiliary''
r ;// joyed by the 19 young e. H Model HomeIN
> .i'I
ROGERS ROT 1L 1 1 I I.; official of this distnct. and Mrs. Out-of-town guests at'' : .!.-ig

Mr J F Jau.ii-n Mrs T. C. Dupnest.. the incoming State pres- .
Mtl MIW| 1 were: Miss Carol Cox of r....'!. -
TRIGGER I I t '*,,i,.tam and Mr W 1.. Andrews Ident.: of Gainesville were guests
ville and Creig Wood of Padut I "
twa.aa.r '.\.1! attend the \'\). <.lmt'n Circle of the evening They explainedto
tRUCOlOR Ky. Mrs Wait was a,,_,.--. 'i ..- LAKE CITY
n. Ii} A REPUBLIC :*'.tto C-n\int.on! at the New the group the benefits of joining t ..
rosouoatto PRODUCTION caring for the guests by her -t:
11 I1,.r:'I.tn! H Vl .n Lake.tnd! April the state organization ,
-\nd. daughter, Pollvann. ar. i Si.e .--
I'lus "'II'L! lime Ma(ir" and l.itst -'<>.:::> at wv., i Tin.e Mr Andrews The birthday of Mrs Ralph Katheryn Harrell

Illtw1 u tier Sdre9. 11.crt if Africa'' \U!1 be 5'ate: Attt-nd.ir.t! danng Hazen was celebrated and shreceived
Tom Steele of Vero B.M :: .* Sun. 26-1-6
World \ P.M.N
t. 1'4 t' Ihr.'t".I.i'S: .. ., a Monday visitor at the *i", '
refreshments consisting :
1 rN"1 .'*,.,It.. ."'.: 1./ Delicious ,
sir.M.it, :e 1'I'\.ltl at J.h'kson- of parfait pies and coffee Mrs Earl Green and I'E- '

t I MRS. IDA SWEAT: \";::" :.. '!" :r.i., ",: a f.\ dell this!; were served to the group by Mrs Edwards. ...

".r I 1 I I I fww .\ .ti '.\ :: : \I! ,. .T H F.J: Wait. Mr and Mrs J Ell.,-'! : IJHETIO : Take Route 100 to Lake r'itr. South on Jl to Robert Arnold's Restaurant dw;

The next meeting is scheduledfor family of Starke ucr'S .- ;.,'. from VA two
across Hospital, Right/: !locks! to Subdivision! then left to
Thur.. Fri_.\pnl ::10.{ May: 1 V': > F T \'.'--a: .,:' J.uks-on- April 27 at the home of Mrs. dinner guests of Mr ii.1 M-- ''IW. MODEL) HOME. 1-

I'lus "*:->IUI'I' :snap :shotV' Cartoon \ .:::1'.1:; a weekend jrae.of her Bill Coram. At that time the .'Barry "..

.uid ('(tsp. 1 ( 'iptain \ ted,nt V t :': ,,:"hiT-m! law and s.:ter Mr and birthdays of Mrs. Charlie Robeson rtair.. and Mrs E\ere" I r r. .

.1 \ 7 I'hoto of ISoy K,'ger> will N' r Sl! T L. it
:- Casey.
and Mrs. Inez Green will,, be and family and Mrs H P rlt.-."%
I lr\c to the tint.S 0 thildrrnL ..
pn 1 _. SIMILAR
celebrated. attended the Game> fa'r. ; -- HOMES
Mr?. David Montgomery, Mrs R ,
I! Weekend houseguests at the i union at Plant City last ?'.r: : >
\ ALVAREZ P Stubbins and Mrs. W. S- McA- i'

--=.'<.:">.",-,"" Sun., 'I on.-,-\prt.1 26 t 27 r .::,::e\eeung attended at the First the Presbyterian Presbyterian i Junior Mrs. L.Bighams C. Wood were and: Mr son and of '' birthday Among dinner those attendirz celebrai,:,,""...: tat':I'''> TO BE BUILT! IN STARKENEWMODERN !

,r v hunh: in Jacksonville on ilonday. Paducah. Ky.. Mr and Mrs R. A. Andrews at Lake City ;la.-. "ir- I

1/ r L IG1.1G ;Guest and daughters. Mr. and day were Mrs Rosa PIn! '.'r ,

IyjBOI : Mrs B. L. Guest and daughter.'Linda ==
Mr and Mrs Wigtrrn-
Sheriff and Mrs P D. Reddish
.r : ; all of Nashnlle!! Ga Joining
TECHNICOLOR ar.d sons. Vernon and John Arthur. Russell Greens and Frazffr :: :-. ,t FEATURES
....... them for Jinn
Y / TECHN OLOR >(lRl' .iVLSA\ ( L\TSfZ Wednesday for a w k's'llt : on Sunday !.fl'. and Mrs. Chas I, \Y.--. : : \
were Mr. and Mrs L. L. Harde
... aOOMl'.VLBERCflrm'MElCHJORlii.st with another son Dolph, who is in | and baby daughter r-f: :" I y Ii
TAYLOR TAYI R Fo i L E the Air Force. : "PeeWee" Hardee. and Mr and' .
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Shepherd Air Force .
a.-- 1\aa ct have spent the past 'arrf.; -.1 c,; FOR l INFORMATION
+ .. Base Wichita Falls Texas Mrs J. L. Whittle. Jr. and son ofI (ALL
5 ,: their respective parefr.e m
Ww.Ys i I Jacksonville. Lawrence Wiggmses of Br drr

_:Uo l'lu" .. and urloui.*" amnion 1'1 us Comedy Rev.. W. S McAliley went to the j i Misses Jeanne, Joev. and Susan ;, and the John H. Wards of G<-..i..:-- A. J. THOMAS, JR. County Service Officer

Reddick Presbytenan church onThurs.1.ly i Wait attended: Helen Kelly's
i ; viDe. Mr *:
:;.:. and latent UorKf News i A TEN: SPECIAL Wiggins 13 preen ::
to speak at tte amity birthday party at her home iaNew
I! Eervinj, as dental repairmanash SOUTH COURT STREET
-- n:;ht sapper. He was AetomI River on Sunday. PHONE 211 I
the dental division at Camp Le-
parried by Mrs ic.\liey! and S !1.SsJ:1. Mr. and Mra.: Lloyd Barry and ,.. : ., ,: ', :. .. .
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}' Sam McGarvey; i 4 'I II Hy Hill Haas ,. \
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The author will t-f [\tad to r.4 !+ U S. SOIL CONSERVATION t .a
\ d vlie Item of lnter.it concernIng 4 i
th.. atthitlefl of farmer In 4 I .1" _
F Bradford County. Suggestion: may j I I r JJL -,: 1 1 1 1 1 ? > '

\#, Ml at the Telegraph office or Ii I n
The Board of of the erators J. .
Supervisors B. White
mailed to Sam McGariey, Lav'try, j I II I of Hr :
41 I I Bradford Soil Conservation DiS- and J. R. Wainwright of St >?*. -

4W trict held their regular monthly These farm plans give re(( IT:1.t" A & P Continues To Give Lower Prices On Fine Quality .

..". u Ai.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAA..AAAA i meeting m the Bradford :'gncul- lotions for the best use and trea'- -
. t Grocery Items I
."' .. ,[)fli' ev>r> ku.'t ("f and steals some milk Comfort ture Building. Monday night mer.t of their lands. Both are pr.- t" .

'It" u an :/again..ii? ht ,I[ !n".At" hase her, but as soon as April 13. Those attending> the I manly pasture plans and .::tA.: The More You .
Chairman Leon Buy -- The More You Save
,rf'r: ,' n this st.mon anti it Slugger starts to nurse again meeting were la I map of the farm, showing; the

.....k) ,'JI if thnp would! find."h there is that big fat Petal stealIng Conner Supervisors Lloyd Green j location and size of the :..eKi! \..', '\_ I are E. i m

.n. )<.b Rut we decided to do ;:: most of the milk. The weaning V. R. Ferguson, J. R. Wamwright where different pasture grasses SI (, \H KOSHTOMATOES -' ..
and Clyde Cone. G T. Huggins will be planted. Instructions rte
devices we've tried do not and \
about it and went
nunting v.m' 'nnig nom nicotine dust. We'I work. We'll have to fence off Secretary: John Butz, Mange- suggestions for planting, fertilizing No 303 Con g TOMATOES T

were", told though, that folks use I' SOT... land and keep Petal and ment Assistant and George Rem- and managing the past an- S 1 OC ,;:.
for the Florida
ert, Farm Forester are also included.A .
I there until
they get over
per i i-r.t DDT and sulphur, so -:; /
State Forest Service; Jim Basic Soil:! Lb
we 1Md j that applied itl.ith nursing. and r '
Shuford'i dust ) in Sargent and Bill Haas.. SCS. servation Farm Plan wo.-, d.! .!, ..- RIM.AXS: 19C
reorge gun
'he middle of hot and we Daisy, the big Jersey cow, is i Mr Butz discussed .he agree ed to A. J Thomas, Sr ,i i-;:: :
a day
between the Bradford Soil ; Lb Can
did Kf' rid f't some of the peaky due to freshen in a very short I Conservation District and the I II ford Soil Conservation I'>.-' : CHILE WITH BEANS 13C

Kime we.'ve hada |,Cooperator. whose place 'is .-,' : Pascal I'ri
ning* dusting time and she Li almost! big as an I Florida State Forest Service and 1 pCELERY
lot of bloom corre out, and what |I three miles out on the L.i\-- t'V.
elephant. Hope she has a heifer, ,explained the services availableto Stalk
Road Mr. Thomas is u '
the look
with all the rain
plant as if there is one thing we don't I; cooperators of the District.A ,. IO.NA: Plain or SelfKLsingFLOUR eal SC
pretty goBut! how the weeds farm for timber and na -: ; r' a.stl t. pelll
are growing! need right now ia another bull Basic Soil and Water Con- duction. By managing his p: i .' Lbs

calf And we very badly nerd toget ,servation Farm Plan was prepared for timber and keeping f-: F t 25 $4.55
for C. E. Andrews on his
mighty few berries now. fires out he is usng his land. .:'. HUD BLI sPOTATOES6'bs
another milk cow growing. the New River District.
place in .
First we have to discard the fine in its capability and treat.p: .
He Is using I'angola and Pensacola ,
big ripe berries which the birds Apparently we have more watermelons according to its needs .\ < r. sr.NSWEKT: 15C
Bahia for permanent pas .
have eaten, then the fruit the than we thought at acre wildlife planting i,: al-! -
up ture grasses; sweet lupine, oats
cutworm have damaged, then we for although we planted six tablished on his farm. Qt
and r>e for winter grazing. Also P RUN E JUICE J 31C -_ -
tons away the rotten berries, and seeds in each hill, the larks pulledup planned is blue lupine for a land Lloyd Bryan a Distrn t ; Florida "i t II) haORANGES
It there anythingleft and the two they" used the District's .,
by this time about four builder on the cropland. Chester (erator <' '!

we put In on the cup If the left La all we need. But the stopped hoeing sweet potatoes and chopper on his place nUl:1: .,.:

two of us try very hard and pick midget variety we planted did not looked over to a field of oats that Starke. Lloyd puts it this \v.i\ APAIE( PHEPAHEnSPAGHETTI 27C

all morning we get about 8 or 10 come ua aa well was greening up and remarked, I by using a weld chopper ...nlr( \ '
quarts and we really have to "I put a heavy application of fertilizer pastures you not only cut d.1\\ II 2'S1'C 13C

cover a lot of plantsto! do that. Last week after many delayswe on that oats, and it sure the weeds, but loosen the soil( I Maine I S. One \\-Kite

In fact, we have to walk so far finally planted okra. butterbean makes it show up" well which helps the grass

nits hunt so long to find a berry cukes and crowder peas. While discussing a soil conservation Supervisor Lloyd Green state POTATOES0LbBag

tha'v the time we finally find. Came the heavy rain and now we farm plan Jennings Starling that his cows came through the
one wtres5mo' t too tired to pickIt. can scarcely see where we planted who farms in the Graham winter fine on clover. "I fertilized

I' It either takes a lot of courage to section stated that he turned un- heavy last fall, which helped m>
farm for a living or else a man all winter Your Best
cows -
support Meat
der a crop of blue lupine that was pasture my Buys 35cI
The papers tell us wahad fiveInched must be crazy in the head. At about waist-high. "Our land needs ." says Lloyd. He has taken :

of rain last Monday,eve' I that, it probably helps if he is organic matter," says the cattle off the clover and is i
ning We hate to question tfiel* slightly "touched". to combine the '
: "That lupine will help getting ready pas- Swanson Quick Frozen
accuracy, but we think it was \ build it up". tures for seed.Cooperator Fryer t .,

nearer to five feet. The lower \\Vye planted sweet corn three It. E Van ArsdallSCS Manage I. N. G. Haves of Lb

end of left field was a great big times so far this season, and .ment Agronomist from Lake City, Brooker states that his watermelons CHICKEN WINGS 29C 1K. a

pond and the other fields were have only two..beaten up rows! to 'discussed the advantages of irrigating came through the windstorm

Just one big soupy mt.!". The show for our work! Latest plant- tobacco with Cooperators we had the past few weeks'' .
driving rain tore down the b vls Ing was washed ourso badly that left the middles
Howard Wait and N. G. In good shape. "I Swanson Quick Frozen Fryer -.
and washed needs and fertilizer, we doubt If the larks ill ever Hayes of Brooker. in weeds, which prevented the ):- .\

and what it did to our tomato find it. But our neighborXTroy... Soil Conservation Farm Plans wind from damaging the vines LbPkg I.
planted corn the sam CHICKEN BACKS 2 39C k
crime. However Bennett
plants was a were received by District Coop- states N. G.Experiment. Pt27CQt49C
there's no use crying about it, day we did. and his is up ana

because WP sure don't need any growing fine. Notice that he then jest before the field is ready Station t.riti5v.
more moisture. really planted his thick. we getNmother downpour. We SMOKED: "--'"
. Livestock Field Day I
know that ail you can do is "let

Customers have been asking for Our small planting of tomatoes it rain" but in lh meantime we're Early In May BACON Lb Happy KidSYRUP
new Irish potatoes, anil although looks as if they had been plantedin going nuts. l1C
No 5 Jar
.Airs were planted only 57 days a drain furrow. We gave each f Farmers and cattlenurAH'\ 49C

ago we finally dug some. They plant a separate dose of fertilizer, Keep your big 'at old e'l'. open, ,ha\v the opportunity to get firsthand -

are fctlll only Number Two's but and then a helping of "soda" ana Sam. and you'll learn as! you rn; I knowledge of animal liusandry (Quick! Frozen (;trade A Dressed & Drawn

'that is the size (and even smaller then hood each plant. And now along. That's what he said to research and confer with

that folks! like when they are! we have it to do all over again. himself not So long ago, and sure ape i1.lisL'I about their pmblei: DUCKS S Lb 49c \unt Jemima

freshly dug.. Some of the potatoes It's certainly no great disasterto enough he learned how to avoid t tat the third annual Livestock

were watermarked" but we thinkIt I have to hoe those 2.00ft tomato I dumping berries all over the berry Producers Field Day at the University CORN MEAL 33C

was caused by water standingat plants again, but then it'll be no patch. Ho used to pick into a I of orida. Agricultural HERMANS

that end of the field.Sometimes picnic. i box that was the top of a stack I Experiment Sta nn on May 7th. OKANE, HAND

I of six or eight. But about the I according to Dr. T J Tunha ]/2 /Ib pgP r Jim Dandy)
the hogs are a pain foils of berries chewed by time the box wag nearly full it !'head of the Experim nt Station COCKTAil WIENERS

in the neck and the cows, too, bits at the upper end of our berry became top heavy, and over it animal husbandry deparu\nu. $ Lbs

can cause trouble, but Sam's pet patch, so one night we took the would go. Well, when we had I The field day program- wi! begin Both For GRITS 5 43CHEINZ
l-eve is against: the chickens.! Me light and gun: and went after the
some pickers in the field we at 7:30: Tuesday morn, Vlb pkg
doeR not like thickens and it pests.! Saw only one cottontail BRAUNECHWEIGHER 49C
noticed that they pick in one box May 7. with inspection seems! that they are always doing: and he was too smart to look at i and throw the empties ahead of station's purebred cattlf and

suntt-thing: to make him blow a the light so we didn't even get a !them. Of course any guy: with a swine farms and the animal nutrition FANCY FRESH

fuse l.Itl'lIt'f'nt was when he shot at him. L. big brain would figure that one and meats laboratories and TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T

was gathering: eggs: and 1 a hen I out but not Sam.Visited I will close with inspection of thr Grand A & P Savers
leached right into the pail and So far we've. never been able to beef research unit and talks on Money CUCUMBERPICKLES
ate before he could! stand of hairy indigo, but
an egg: : stop get a
Wade his the unit station
Gaskins at the purpose of by
her Only reason! that hen didn't we're sure enough going to tryagain. berry patch and saw him setting workers in the afternoon. I, A&P Garden Sweet | NBC
end up In a pot was Sam hates to We" planted rye in theSt'llhhra.11
and that aa we out some "bush" sweet potato A special feature will be an ad-I
kill -hicken field
> I understand' it takes a lot from the draws which are supposed to be dress by Allan C. Atlason Chicago P EH :
sweet potatoes that have a bush Illinois, for SALTINES
on "Requirements
to indigo j
Took some "burned oil" down I I soil. So we plan plant like Irish potatoes). Wade had to Beef''
Developing an
?" the hog pen and 1 oiled\ Henr there for a summer cover crop.
cut up some of his berry patchfor Cattle herd Mr. Atlason is j
ietta and Higgle the PilJ'it".1: II We intend to graze it, and perhaps No. 303 Cans2For
planting. lie showed us
of the American
j ecutive secretary i II
Couldn't get any on the cut some hlty.I .
I I Lb
: his Florida 90's and they looked I Shorthorn Breeder's Association Pkg 16-oz Jar
very good to us Think we'll set and is recognized as a leader in 37C ,
of 25
the devil was: after them | Whatever the cause, the two
out next
some season.
Thought; that they'd get some oil |us are just about run down, and the livestock industry. | r

rubbed off on tht'n"hrn they practically have: to beat ourselves Attending livestock producers
Alice had never corned beef before YTYYYYY
mi'Hod. but it didn't work out over the head to do anything. It'sa i also will hear an address bDr TTTTYTYY
but she took meat out B
that tv ta. for they seem to have: terrible feeling, for you to go to some J. Hilhs Miller, president ot the Fresh 2 303 cans Gold; Medal Pecan
of the freezer and followed directions -
all the lice that were on the big! bed at night tired and wake up University of Florida. Peas 25c Wheaties Keebler 10-oz .
I It was a little too Blackeyed I! 8-oz pkg 15c pkg 39c
hogsVixh. \\e had: a small sprayM the next day the same way swt"f't'l Other speakers will im( hide Dr
but the next time she says
hat \ve could spray hogs with. 'Guess, when Sam milks the next I J. Wayne Reitz. provost for agriculture Aged Wise. Talco 23; MH For Hither Suds
use more salt. Anyhow, it was |
,time he'd better take a couple of I at the University. Dnei-
good with new Irish potatoes and Cheese Ib . 59c Scratch Feed Trend giant pkg 49c
$1.19 -
IVt.i'.! !L.1 pretty yearling" heifer !licks of salt block, or maybe he tor Willard M. Fifield of the Agricultural -

sin- !I'hLlf Brahma and half just needs same 1TZ. nice green cabbage. I Experiment Stations I
Soft-as-Silk Talco 2.;) Ih. large Bar
!Ii. :>f\ and right: nobe U Just''1, Ben Hill Griffin. Fro.trl'"r'fof

''Unit ,IN t.u as a tick The" rea- 1 If this rainy spell doesn't! let The Easter bunny brought Alice '(i president the Florida State: Cake Flour, 44-oz pkg 39c | Laying Mash, $1.29 Dial Soap, 2 for - 35c

'.111' \\ ell ...hih.ta .i ,svstciiiVu'ii' liP w,'1wl"'l1 be m :a bat fix a camellia and she was delighted Cattlemen's Association. Cai I! 7.\-,:II \

\ \ i"u --'i1- .i'ii'K-1" ,11i! Wi s..t! t"t' i r ,,j, i-\ t." .ov..> We planted it in our new lawn i,man Earlton, president f the Eel beck

,ursuti .shi' Ml! ...ih-- "p' ,". h.t u k w rut! : r the It\1' :, d'\' r.' :111.h'jft' .\ ind hope that it is only the beginning I I Florida State Swine Bn-e l 'rs' A-- Corn Meal, 24-oz pkg 21c
of an attempt to beautifyour .
j social ion, and members <": t:

place. (Agricultural Experiment St.tt.v.n.stafr. .- Angel Soft White

Lihbys Fancy Libbys Fancy Facial Tissue pkg 25c
i F! FARMERS \\Vve both noticed that no matter J -
Breeding, feeding, pastures; ir-
what alley you are picking in.

"ti Il .1 1;, .' SAVE THOSK CROPS! the berries look better> in the next :production rigation dwarfism costs, and in other cattle matters beef- CORNED BEEFHASH GARDEN SWEET : Scoco shortening, 3 IBs 73c

-,\, L-- I they But of course, when you
,,' ( of interest of livestock pr"-'
3 lbs
1y ", sot In the next alley they're, not 89c
( w ducers will be discussed by speak::
.1. il ;; NOW'S THE TIME '!ht>re. but in the next one to It.

e:. :.- '!. 0l No wonder the cows always leaning ers.Two outstanding livestock -: en Wesson Oil, qt - 65c

J. To Spray & Dust over the fence. I PEAS
) will be awarded honorary n.tm- Large BarCashmere
.bership in the Block and Bridle!
TilE roLi.owixc: (; CROPS Or: idea of a hazardous job''Club. University of Florida an- Bouquet, 2 for 23c

: _t(;.tINST would be" for a salesman to try '
:mal husbandry students'organzt; J7-oz Con
to sell something related to strawberries Uon I' Mb/ Can 19C 19C Large: IJar .

to growers around this I Palmolive Soap, 2 for 23c
INSECTS AND DISEASES County right now. We hear this I

one and that one say that he is I Ii fan
.thro HIs; : CORN PEPPERS TOHACCOPOTXTOES A-Jax Cleanser 2 for 25c
: -
last berry plant". And after i Fatter, Cleaner, Easier I Q
the way things have gone this
era S.'>lJnU couldn't blame anyone You'll save; time and effjrt' I | Fab, 1 Ige pkg 27c giant pkg 67c

We Have DUSTS and SPRAYSTO for quitting. when sharpened your on saws our have prec.machine. .been.-, -. I 0TA0.\; .artje:: Bar

All:: teer. art mace I Libbys Corned, Libby Fancy Sliced Laundry Soap, 2 for 15c

uniform and accurate ,
CONTROL: THE FOLUMYIXGDowny ; WILL PAY CASH just l l.ke: new.You'll Bag of S Lars

TIMBER be .f', i Wrisley Soap 49c
l'ouder' MildewBust t. ale Im;ht.1
pleased w i t R
lieu Thrip.phul; ... l Potato i leetlo.? Corn Ear and For Saw Logs our speedyservice t ;![' t ti BEEF BEETS12oz

\\ orm..tnd mans othenln.trts AND: PULPWOOD a r. d" l ..- Prices in this ad effective thru Sat.,

I I! with your easy April 25th.
I Sm'co.)

7 The KILGORE .\ Post Card To See Will You.Bring :Me r, cutting saw. .I' I2-oz Con 49C J6-oz Jar Y

'' 202 N: W. 1st A\c. (;aint' ,'ilIl" Fla. D. B. 'Dick' Thomas CALVIN JOHNS 4 rMR

I.av ter, Fla. 40< E. Madivm St. .. .
4ii r Ph. 41-J Starke. Fla L -. ._ 300 E. Call St Starke, Ha.BRADFORD .
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i begins with the bu1"*'orm. For! I. Tht tlmlt r.urt Of Bradford ibove niM,d Court and cause and Tour are hereby notifies: that a. 1 1C
Co.Br. FUrU. I a Ck..r r7 you are re.;,,:red to serve a copy of suit for C I
earworra control. application I S). HU >our answer or pleading to tie Divorce custody and c-.'. nt- ''. >;
before silks I Irene A J .hns(,n. Pla.-nff: % a. RJS- Complaint on the Plaintiff and support for is.nor ch.:.Jlrehs -
begin just appear coe H. Joh'.sun Def rndnt. Attjrr. y.-\1! U S'h=telder. 74L bun filed against y.:u in t1- .
and every other dar there- .NOntK OF SlIT I >'r.ch B-.d.-c Ja.<..kca.He; above named Court and ci-..,,' i- Wa o'a
: Tke Male .f 'I..rltl.-To'' Florida: you: are required to serve a v ,.v "
after In case of rain if ir-ore U Ko*.ue: II. J.-hnsun. Axn. Oi.a! and file the orlg.nal in the office of > ,'ur answer or peadr.jt: :.e. :.':'
possible another application must i:".fcc.je H. J'JhD.n I II the Clerk of the Circuit Court on plamt on the r.iln-: : v .
Air Force Xo >EVEP.'X.= : I i cr before the Evan T Evan 1i Law t\ .
made I I i'MF. Pac. :MCAS.El 11 day cf jiay. 1S5; change: Bu.ldmg J. n- .. .' .
eecti\'t'' T..ro. Santa Anna. Call.rn'a otherwise the allegations of said Florida
:-j:4y: is al-jp/ays more You are hereby njtified that a Complaint will be taken aa confess- !' and file the orfintl In the "-". e ..f
for edrAorm control and it must aut has, beea fslrd! against you in: ed by you the (lerk of the' Ciru:: t' :: : I '.
I the above entttlrd cause and >oa This notce: shall b. publishedonce i: or before the 11 day uf Ma\ : -:. '. -
oe.ed if infestation LS ccnsUer- arc hereby required to 8rr>'e upon each week for four consecutive ,,, otherwise the all.at-: of >:i j -

a heavy Two quarts of 25 per.n plaintiff attorneys whose names weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph i compaint: will- be taken a.. >. rfttJ ;

and address appear herein your j II by you .,,, "'iids. ..,
: DDT emulsion 100 gains Dated th.3 I shall be "' ,-i
T IlugglniCounty per wrltt'n defenses if any. to the Bill day of Aprl.;! 1J3S. This notice puhej:
By G*o. of.water is usually enough. it Complaint in said suit copy of (OFFICIAL SEAL, Charles A. Darby once each week! f.>r four cnsev.. ;j'iveweeks ; !
Agent I' huh U delivered to you herewithon Clerk of the Circuit Court I in the Bradford County Telegraph '
:;J tn the Ft. Pierce area some growers or before the t day of May A. D. By MariaL.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
Agricultural Kitcnshm: ScnlceMraulTrT 1.9S3. :,> 4.104t51 Dated th.1I S day of April. H.3 |
;;Q have used three quarts without Herein fail not or decree pro C:1-: I! OFFICIAL E\L) Charles A. Darb '

ious difficulties! fe. w.ll be entered against you Clerk .'f the Circu-t Court
any ot> so ollt i: 10I'I"UI 1
Trouble ObitctINo | IItth.ng to work( on during used 5 for the rdltl pra)ed In the Bill of, IB (Irrllil ('.."'. fl.a4f.rd (,'.up If only dust can be 10 ItS
another We want to assure v-mpaint. The nature of said suit .Florida la 4
year. I i r&tmrrryMitchell
definite answer yet but the that effort will be made I percent DDT has given satisfactory Is toacate.. set asiae and declare J lan W.t.! Plai'lt'.ff. 50 I I awning problem \Vith Flo-Breeze and at
problems! of the stravberry grower you every I MUST be null and void the Decree of Divorce Frances E: \\ ebb efndant \OTIl: 1O r"UtI.
to revive the strawberry Industryin I results Dust entered by the above entitled Court Case N\. '73 I !. Clrrult C'.urt. llra..furd (" no extra cost, you can get exactly the awning I-
are being checked by experi'l on the silk at all times on November 2'. A. D. U a!, and NolUTo \ .Florida In Ckaarrrr. .untr'l i
rnent atatlon workers I our county. The growers with I kept tl'<:..rded in Chancery Order Book Stat )" Fra '. e p..arTO s K Wel.l. whove rest 1 Elisabeth Astrid Nelson style needed for your home. Solid colors, _
,: whom we have worked have cooperated I Again In the Ft. Pierce area. page (0 of the public records o! dence and address U Fitzgerald P'.itHtiff.s.! Harold A. Townsend.'
Dr Nathan Gammon has checked where infestation has been exceptionally -I Dradford County. Florida. i' Georgia.You Defendant C..e :>0. 9? ''Jollce stripes, and contrasting borders.
100 percent. George W. I WITNESS my hand and the seal are hereby notified that a I > Ttt tppear. I ITo _
some on our soils and fertili- i Roberts at Lawtey su.T.3 up the heavy. some growers ','of said Court at Starke. Bradford suit for Harold A Townsend. whose!
rer conditions. Dr. Phares Decker I I have used 10 percent There is t..Unt), Florida this the 31 day 01- Divorce I residence and address 15. I'nkno.'n.1: <
I interest i of the growers when he March A. D. 1S51 I hall been filed against in the I Tou are hereby notified that a'
a rias observed the dying conditionIn I j remarked!, "tell us what to do I no data available to indicate: the \ (OFFICIAL SHAD Charles A Darby above named Court and you cause and:suit Divorce for I Call F. R. BUTTRICK
I Clerk Circuit Court and restoration omaiden
our plants and! found definite 19 percent is better than 5: per- you are required to serve a copy of
,I and we will do It. I I By Marian L Crosby. >'epuiy Clerk. i your answer or pleading to the complaint name
disease causing their trouble Dr cent. Timing and coverage isi : Frank Thotnps and E, C. Mitchell, on the Plaintiffs Attorney< has been filed against you in the _
H C Kuitert has found evidence i Corn \\orni ('onWl.J I much important. I Atturne s for (I'Uintiff: 112 Atlantic I Zaoh H Douglas. 505 Lynch ahiHe named Court and cause and PhONE 9101 I STAKKK. 1-1.\
i I' more Natinidl< Bank UaiM.ng. Jackson Buildi you are required to serve! a copy of
>. ng, Jai'kt-onv ille. Florida.
{.f insect damage. I There seems Kte some con- I The above is for your informa- I ville. t'!
-The combination of all these troversy over the corn dusting I tion and guide to give you the I NOTICK TO %l'l>Ktlt .1 lor of the before Clerk the of 11 the day Circuit of May.Court 1'5 on,' I. complaint AMornev on T Fra the:ik Plaintiffs Landrum ,

findings was observe! in the field ; and spraying program. I want to most economical results. Certs inly !. rinull Court. Bradford (tountr, otherwise the allegations of said j'k.: Florida.
and file the' original In the office of
by Dr. A. N lirooks. who his give you the facts that have been I now we must practice economyin .tlurld Frederick In ( basr7.Donal.1 : HarringtQn.I .(Complaint' fe.sed by you.will be taken as con- the Clerk of the Circuit: C.urt on CROSS COUNTRY CHATTERwith

more than 20 years in research established by the Agricultural working towards the most I'laintiff. Vi! A\ Aemlia. Harring' This nuti.-- shill be published! or before 11 day the of May. 153.! ;
I I ton. Defendant Case No. !S7HNollir .once each week for four consecutive,'
with straw berries. Dr. Brooks I is fxperiment Station. This work profitable goals lu .tIIpfati I'(weeks in the Bradford County Tele- otherwise the allegations of sa.JComplaint % _

utatloned 1 at the I'lant City Straw- has been done at the station and II .>m<* (i<,"d. Most Had I Plaintiff"II" A\i Amelia IVrrinsuhose graph. by you.will be taken as confessed I-
residence and addreba I". Kl-: Dated this 6 .lA}' of April. 1953.
out in sections of the State. II This notice shall Tie publishedonce :
berry-Lab The rombmed opinion I Richard Crosby, down at Brooker i I,I n.ira. New York. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby each week for four consecutive _

(,' these workers will Rive us ;i Corn eaiviorm control actuallyREFINEMENT has the best looking sweet |I You are hereby notified that a suit Clerk of the Circuit Court 'I I. r-eeks in the Kradford County Mac White
I for Divorcehas By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk T'l.'grar.hI
corn I have seen and the recent I been filed against you In thab. <> 4 :o' it j 1 | I'l'Ml. \ .': : ." I
I it at ..>ve named Court and cause and ,. ..
rains have not damaged I [ I IliFF'I: I \ : \ I I' : !I'
'. ... of ,i
> >!! are required to .fa Cop !
MIIK IJ 10 U riUt i"lfK f 'Me 'rut.t' i.r
all. This 12 acre field' of corn your an-wer or pleading to the '., .. I .
the Plaintiff C.'j'; In Inult ( uurt llradford ttuntf, \ 1 1. : \1. List night was kind of hurt just frightened& I
at 4 1-2:! ft. average ; plaint on riorldai In ( hnnrr 4 4
htandj a near
( Carlos E. Harp. 2n4 W. tiiver.Ity Thppiuas (I :'!1l.iJlJl, Pl.ni' : v >- M I ru;: i'd I \\'<1.. bobtaihng back rapped her in a blanket ,im1,
now (Monday). Clyde Cone and (I Avenue. Gauies\ill'., n) .' P. Mi.ipp. Dtfi-ndaii' L4ilkRIiII1s from Miami uhich moans I laid her on the seat ol im

E. B Crosby both claim to be and Florida file th. original tn the officeof CaaS ?7jti' was dm ing m) tractor with- tractor Then I Mugged dllII

1 good farmers and know when the ,: th- Clerk of thCircuit Court on :Notice' Mrmve T IppennT" P Miapp vI I h' .> redem -... out a traih'r. I d left the trailer a motorist with m) ftashh h'
or before the 4 day of May. Il'i3.othervtive ; and tour automobiles at and told him to highball
moon is right for planting but e and ad
  • --s 1 i- UUiie =>1 lt<1 ng '. ATTENTION new v
    the allegations of said; Virginia. I II Miami for another truck driver ahead and call an ambulan
    in t.\ t'I">' necessary detail in a S Tice they take their hats off to Pach- ,; Complaint ed by you.will be taken as c..nr"8"1 I You arthereby notified that a to haul to Key West. and the law I couldn I....

    ) available! !locally and widely known ard's corn which is near their This notice shall be published suit Divorce for I If You Have Half vvd' between Oak Hill much about the couple's injuries '
    I once: each week fur four consecutive: and first aid ti
    fields.I has been filed against you in the and New Smyrna my right eye my nlll
    for its modest cost, its \\ }holeiomoy all weeks in the Bradford County Tel-I above named Court and cause and PINE OR CYPKESS flash the ing warned me "When in
    know that I have; not seen egraph. I caught a quick in
    you are required to serve a copy of ,
    "lIlIrtt. and( always tactful! Mm-: the sweet corn but if another : Dated this day of April 19:>3. I IO..ICI.L I your answer or pleading to the|II cast drainage ditch. If itweren't doubt don't move 'em. Hut?
    ( SEAL Charles A. Darby I I got scrip blankets around
    I complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney i I TIMBER 10 SELL for my periodical$
    i field produces corn to eat ahead'of Clerk of the rirc'iit Court Evan '1'. Evans 103 ual I them and applied pressure (III
    it will be the first H>' Mai ian L. Cru hy. Deputv Clerk Law Kxchunge Building Jacksonville : -,, Small Tracts acuity tests. probablywouldn't the guv's left arm which WH..
    Pochard's 4,3 4t 4 :24 Florida j I Large or have seen it. I pulled
    few days in May I 4. ,I and file the original In the office of I onto the shoulder lighted. some bleeding badly at the wrist 1
    lu ( Irruit < .url. llradfurd 4'ouiilT, the Clerk of the Circuit Court Then I managed to applv a
    DeWITT I on
    C. JONES Several corn growers who ha'eI I Klurldn In 4 han.r"I I I I I or liefor th. I I''I We Buy All flares and walked back. makeshift tourniquet

    Phone 7 Starke Fla. planted on heavier lands have .\II I.t n \\',ioilii.tn. >. I'laintff! "S.IIII.UI 11 day of May, 1953; |I I A New< York car was lying A little later I filed re'-
    :\' ') E. \\ .ixdham UtfendantCae otherwise. the allegation of said !Ii side Its front like my
    suffered loss in potential i iI PAY TOP PRICES on its was
    heavy No 9741 Complaint will be taken confessed port with the State Highw.tv
    as- -
    I accordion where it had
    r-. agape I production as a result of heavy : Order Of rulillrnliiiii t.ab N nefl sass viale of Kliirld.1 'loPlin.in i smacked a utility pole. The
    IIIJrsII O
    I This notice shall be published | An intern said to"Macthat's m..
    I sains jfnd wind. Some growers \" E. poplhain. v\h..e >. ,iI i- 'once i each week for four consecutiveweeks driver was wedged in betweenthe
    Funeral Director Ambulance Service cent less -II'1,1 l a.i.lit-- iAFhN :24-! the Bradford Telegraph a might K.XH!
    50 in County
    estimate n.aybe per wheel I and the
    .. .!i 'H'ri/e' Call steering
    I-:" >::11 A 1' >pjdn N \B. APt I or emergency job you performed
    Our local funeral home enablea nj to otter conveniences aM ': yield! now and if additional rain _::'i. 4' o I'M. S..lll Fiancisp.: p. California Da'd this S day of April. 1303: I II seat. lIe was hvsterical. A on that arm. You may h.t\l"

    .services not otherwise available. I comes by the time this goes to I! (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby, woman sitting next to him saved his life."
    You are re<|tnr<-d to apueir on < 10'1'1'It the Circuit Court was out cold There was a
    press the corn harvest prospectswould May 4. 1'tJo. In th-> above named Py Mir.an I.. Crosb)", Deputy Oerk !I I B. T. THOMAS little her and 'That's all part of a p. o
    baby in arms
    neaseeppsspss ps.rssss 55 ssessarssspsa-ss-saasp t ourt and eau.<>. wherein plaintiff I' 4104t5t fessional truck driver's job
    be about gone. .t-ek divorce and of the baby was crying. I turned "
    I re>.tppration Doc I told him. "But not
    We furnish! the highest type service at lowest prices, and Four 11 Hubs Marled i I maiden name Bradford County I MUM i: 10 XIM'IMU: I LUMBER CO. my flashlight on the speed many people know I I."

    &cctpt ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY I Four-H Club work for boys Ui Telegraph.hall next four ueekly\ publish i"sue this>.. : Orderin lu \ In-nil: In( iturl.(thancrr llradliird. 4aoisiyP'I.rialn I PHONE 211 .J ometer. It was jammed at 90 But you know ,- I still keep

    company aa payment In part or In full on a funeral. the county has suffered during Witness mv' ha-id and offi< i.ii sealat Gra.- Mat ;iava-, Pt.untiff, Xs. miles an hour.I thinking about the speedometer
    Starke. FI'.i ibi. this Ai.nl 1. Harold Th" D .(.'ndan' I P. 0. Box 735
    few months. Clubs are mas> uiaves < took the baby out of the jammed at 90. Why du
    Consultation carries tht> past .
    no obligation. 19j3:> I
    I Case No 9o7
    i STAKKE FLA.1.i car. Apparently she wasn'tdu'rtiM people do it ?
    4 SSSS era pspsrsrp-.s-srrsssa--pp ssssssa-rrsss rs S sa 4 partially organized at Hampton (OFFICIU. SHU." nraries .\. Darby :\olliTII \"I.r. ,
    As Clerk of saul i '">urt.By I To: Har.pld Thomas Oi.i\t.". whof*
    Lawtev. P.rooker and Heilbronn Marian L Ciosiiy. D.-nu'... OU'rk. 1 rt'-ld"Il'e and a.ln jm -'
    Springs. Boys in club work and Charles It Ile>-. :2al> Life I. coin: load, ').. :i, S.'I k. : :t. 'P' ) (.\ incut)
    k-onville, Flor.da I Itt
    attending Starke School will havean .\ >.s fur Plf 4,3:: 4t 4.:4 -

    opportunity to attend A club I
    "Whee! Dresses Look :\nTlnI'I'Ilt
    My meeting right soon. In Irrull ('..urt. ISradfurd ('ouulfM

    As of last week, club of- ..rnt In ( h.iurerj.Denver -.
    I N Brn-ker. Plantiff, \s Sllll "
    I rer.s have been elected only at Margaret U Uriiker: Defendant !

    Like New !" Heilbionn Springs. I .oilr,* In \pprnr Case Nu. 374! up /# the op downers'delight

    Again \ Officer to lead this club are i ToMargaret B. Brlcker." whose
    residence: and address Unknown.: .
    President Rudolph
    Bud Harvey ;
    I V. Vice President, and Gerald suit for
    Sapp. Divorce dashboard control and the Sonlmer'i top is Next, let ford' go.pocked V-8 whisk you off

    ,! Norman Secretary. All the boys I, haS, ueeu filed against you In the out of sight in seconds. Then roll down the side smoothly, effortlessly. Even the bumps won'tand
    : exhibit good interest and looks' ai.named Court and cause an<1
    I you are required to serve a copy of quarter windows. They too, disappear from bother you thanks to Ford'i Wonder Ridel
    i like there is a good club in the '''ur answer or pleading to the complaint -

    I' on th*. Plaintiffs Attorney .... .
    Heilbronn Springs. I ,.
    making --- -
    THEM T Frank Landrum Starke Flor -. ;. ..-- --.t.,. ....-"'" \r:7.. i
    JUST HAD : Sthool officials have shown the Id.I \. u J
    I'VE I I to ,
    i i finest interest possible in our 4- and file the original In the office of ..\ T' : />
    th- Clerk of the Onult Court on .
    CLEANED H Club program. Interest that is I or before the 4 day of Mav..1 ft'to

    SANITONE DRY for to do some good 1953 otherwise the allegations of C
    :i challenge us
    aid Complaint will be taken a& in bitt -' .
    p lub work. I fe"'ed by you. : .,...
    This notice shall be i- .. m.:::
    I'ruesLa.st P'II'I"h"I flL .
    \\II) l l"wer Beef p.nct' each week for four '''u-.m'ivi( -* -... -.--

    .!M!! r month. prices of cattle of I graph\\.... in the Bradford r.jni). .1.1.I I I.ks II ,i iI : w .

    -.- } :til classes were running about a I Dated this J day of Apri! 1-j' _- pI

    third lower than prices a year I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darl.y
    ) .
    iTk p>f the iriut C'irt; i
    ago. according to the USDA ICy :Marian: U Crosby Deputy Clerk ,

    Economists. This reason brieflyI 4.3 it 4. :4
    I :

    r; J1'S i ; that from 1950 through the I MI i ict: 10 tri'Kiu: I I-
    '""-- middle of last year cattlemen I In (Irruit Court.. llradf..ri] Count?. Ii II
    I'torl.ln: In ( banrrrf.P.I .
    ; .1..1J. / i
    : : of their -
    -- I were expanding the size : I' hard H nmklo'. )'. Plaintiff. vs.
    I.il.inY. Binkie Defendant I
    > I
    -' .. i I herds fast In doing so. cows
    : I Case No.< J75JNotirr
    r! young stock were held from the I T. l pe.r. I .
    To: LilinV. Hl klfOv. whose rest
    demand for
    market. strong
    .f \ de-ice and address it: Unknown I

    { b' >f meant higher prices. I You are hereby notified that a ,1
    suit '"r 1t
    f1r Bthe middle of 1952 more t 4
    | Divorce 1I
    ,: / \ cattle were going to market as has been filed against you In the I
    I above named Court and caue and
    a result of such things as less you are required to se. ve a COD of

    / / feed. and over-stocked pastures youannver:: or pleadlig to" theconplamt
    jt.//i. I I : on the Plaintiffs! :
    The economists expect about 15pO'r Attorney H. V. Knight, Stalk 1 '. Sun

    i cent more cattle and calf Florida doWll.slop
    \ and file the original In the office is weather light
    .. I. <. -.laughter: ILLS: year as comparedto I. f.f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
    :/ ) 1952. The' point out that thei or b..f.ir* th.
    ; 11 day of May. mi ;
    output of pork will be down about otherwise the allegations of said '
    / i Complaint will be taken: i First hint of rain or chilly evening breezes press and it zips, out m o P.avK These ?'e b,' 'JI
    C aa confessed
    a much as beef will be up. If I I
    ; by you. tne button and presto the top is in few cf the Worth Mot, ovooj ..+i/ hid 'J
    / : cattle slaughter turns out about I This notice shall bf publishedonce
    1! each week for four consecutive -I piece! letting you drive in indoors comfort. The America largest i ng cofi* ftibie C j"i'' n
    estimate -
    'as the economists
    I weeks in the Bradford County rear .window: panel is entra big for easy driving take a Test Drive and pj: '()J' el' I."' '-. '>mSUNLIXER ;
    level I
    prices probably will i Telegraph.
    Dated this 8 day of April l jt
    'out and be fairly stable the rest i _
    I All dirt (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A rarby I I -- S'I

    removedI1lcffr ,'f this year .Anything causing I I Clerk of the Circuitourt I .- 3i _
    By ;Marian L. Crosby Dep-i' eli-rh ---
    fred will step marketing e ,. .
    shortage up lj \: ? 1'UTlCI
    S Spots vanishPerspiration
    si..::=. : TO .\I'I>". Ill .
    sweet Ioatoe.iFrom In Cirruit ('urt. llridforii ('punt,,

    500 to SOO of KIorMai In (1ianrrv.
    I Man.pn K: M..s.. p.ain: If. v- M! 4-.
    d. Better 3-S-8 or 5-10-10 equivalent depending P. M '. Difenda-..

    3 lasts longerAt press on what was on the lan-J \.llr. Tn Ippmr.Miv d< :N i : ,

    \\.1. previously in the way of cover I' M\ -- xv !I. -. r ) i
    ) and d-J I t"r.r. Ae !: ;
    of the soil.
    <1/1I : crop and fertility .. .
    \ ': !t. : t i L : : -d ttH a '
    should be applied a week or 10 .: f r aI

    last days before setting potatoes Properly : :1 ..., ,,' 'e'as ., j ,- .':.,' % :T, t' -
    a scmc that really makes clothes
    sparlle fertilized land for sweet
    it's San tone, the different '
    dry cleaning thai re- potatoes will greatly increase -

    siuris origioat. colors, pattern and textures: so your theield of number one potatoes OFFICEOR

    r"'uy1rcsC's are returned like DCSec! for \ourxlf. FOR

    1-: : call todav! You'll be glad vou did! In Circuit>oti r..-Bfl.r TO HraJford\ I't'n leoaf.KrMt HOME

    la rknarerT.T. .
    I ...\ Ki 1. K-. Tlaint! !. vs Xi"s
    '''' I: .k*. I'efendant .

    Lit I l'S Sanitom Clean Your ll'i/i/tr Clothes '.'tI.-. T. lppar Case No 9N.. ,

    T.1 X*r\e* X Rl.-k... ,'hi..> res: &fr'twai7

    d-nr And address is' Unknown I I . . . . .
    I ,
    :s ; -- For Storage, \ :;r are hereky nutfed ti..n a I FOUNTAIN PEN i ... . ... fittl.' )lars Forward es the Amiruam /o.J
    -1 f*!' ..
    Di>orce DISK SITBradford I '.
    :' been fl..d gainst y-: ;: 1 i" '!<. "'
    : \ n.mcd Court and cause an.: ;
    :Ii 1 fl On lash and l arr. Dry l:l'anin ..-t reqa.red: to serve a ">t t'. $3.00 hiit' III1iiiciiI .1 1ii'iisl'eirfiANDREWS
    0 OFF ,irr or fVadint to tht- > COMPlETE .. Jt
    : JLVr urdcrxif 55.00 or More i> i-.t on the Plaintiff Af .-r\" Fevoiits'I. : : : .. .'
    ZAd U. Dvu 1u. SOS 1.\ r."t. t ..
    i!! PUll ... JIIIlt> .
    i J.d.Ii'nvln.
    .tme.fil* the oricinal In Fi the'r pH>1id .,'* c'"Vrk I .. . .. .. .. to/Ii't r o A"

    nf the CirJu.t? >"". :-ir' .., r Is A'I1 :'
    - "before, the I day of iUv. 19'< "
    "W is* the allegations if -..'J
    : rUint mil be taken as n-ss-' /

    : '. n,'tic.. iihall be pab'i! < MOTOR CO0 I IPhONE
    -. each: week for f ur cn'.ec'r:
    - ...
    - AND LAUNDRY *- 'hDta< in the Bradford: Coun> Te.e-!

    this J day of April. 1"'S County j
    'FIo'll'LLL! > Thi'les! .\. Pi-l.y I
    t'r! ,' r .-;
    - PHONE 2S-J STARKE FL.t.S :MA: .a:. L ,f. s' \ l'cl' .'v '..i--W;; Telegraph j US STARKE, FLA.nUDA' .
    4. i UI. '



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    nunI'lm .4 I is.lwrfin .'t

    will oe fun to take a walk with I: : this .. .. ---
    I I r.n.'g cj irTt> d run p. .: *:. '. Kerr .t. Said! ,-m: ,, or (! has been fired against In I
    DiggerWe X"rth "d..gr.<> t. minutes West dn[...' t- I nan. the iegi, addressof .. you .I''
    I .. &bonair J Court and ,-1.-" ;, |
    r a e of 9. t feet, thencerun 'h- : :
    .t..rn' and tIt. -.
    have not had funeral Xxrth !i t7 s"IIL r toail loU ae r.1.r.\1 to serve a copy 'fl i i ;
    a now
    .l West for a dis'an of J7 Hi minutes feet !I preen be cd A afo'rMi:d. or "'aneaII your an'wer 'r ptrad.DK to :!.eI ItJopa'r ] :1 I ALVAREZ' STORE .ien'sl'hlthintr :
    Sec S..n .
    ; '
    Gives time toet .
    'Jr some da's. ne t,. the ? ;: )n the Plai: 'f sI 1 //1'
    : East '
    i line of Bay streecice Fi 1 >rids! >-alutes. I ,Vif\' W : .anp' M 're.I' ; E:..tahlished I '"
    < my work done to find release -I t run North 17 degrees i ated April S. 1953 !I ,'lark'::.I.lj ng, Jacks .:" .
    from sorrow and skip lght- minutia East alo.Jl\g the Eat lane Annie P M-bofield. as Ex..cutr:\ of .i Flor.da'a
    s of Bay Street
    for a distanceof the List Will and Testament tf .
    - .y through each line of Center Street \ J. Thomas Jr Atty for Executrix I the Clerk of the C.: : : '...u:; .,nor

    I l iura Curqess Af o rDONC' ieaths seem to always come in thence run easterly along the F.rs: p, t!"i'u on AprIl 17 1s1: I before the That's! Our ttutincss;
    groups of three and four. South line i?' Cen'-r Street (tastfbw 4 17 4! 5'3 1S dy of 11.\r 1) '
    .HEBR extended32 7 feet to Its otherwise the allega'K! of s..1 GLASS ..
    --- Bye now and God bless you all. intersection with the westerly ",nTlfi: TOPPER Complaint w.ij be taken a: cinfo-- It H\ .dlixs \\e \1I.t\i' 1II |1- '
    line of said State Road 200, !. rirralt ed by yon. -" :7 ,
    Court .
    LURAl .
    LOVE Bradford
    \\ the .\jiril( da> i r..uh ifdfff.: sVnpa'! !;.' WIh the thence run southerly along the I'lorida: la thaaretr.P ( .1' ', This notice shal'! ve pnM'-k.\ : / Z rILL I \\1JIIK: ')r MSI1

    out to Maj and 1 grasp the hand poet I <>a> Dear Lord reach outland I westerly line of said State Road -'.." \\r.-hJ- I': :!.: .if. t \r1/.l once each week' tor four ('OB"f'\.' '. -
    %eo to the : of I:. Li ,, weeks in the rradford Count Tr.-
    point beginning :ash--. 1'-f ::.j.lnt i'L
    of hprlniftifni- ,1 lan( to the i comfort them I hate found C' \ .I. Pull Hillselrr EXCEPTING tb..re1r'lI1 the portion I 'A,.e N ,.9710 :, graph hated th.I" .t.u\ ?.ofI'r..: cdh ; Joe Peters Glass Co.
    r .. To conveyed to gulf Oil '. 1... < .
    bong. of the Mrd. and "Itid. I the heart at evening aches: with i > ('Cntrart.n"tarlr Corporation To kipe r. \\.IFF1"\t.1 ; -E.\1.1 i < 'l 1'artrs A I'..
    Florida by deeds of recd n the To .\\I.I I h \iM-hu-! whose,
    rm-dltal. on thoMwho ha\r tried ; dread and fear often of the things s.-al.-<] bids mil be rrv.rixd by the current public ret>.rds of Brad- ., e and addr.-, ikniwn: rrsiir Clerk of the C'.rcuU' ijri"r'l J I KOKe .111 ttl.1( S 1EEil
    By Msr.an L v''?.t b\: l>*t>un <
    'all.,1. I to come With the morning light I' beard of Public Instruction of Bradford '' ford County. Florida and which You are hereby notifIed that a 4 r 4 ( \\ Ut'sit"n 1otlt! 'rn Store FlillI" .
    &nIl ounty.. Fl"nda. at the office'of excepted lands are together de- suit for [ ;jE'-J
    : the flame of hope leaps high and the Super .,ndrnt of Public In 'i scriped as: I i I I Lit "r e ,I 1 & Jut Mai! r.x .\ 1 I'atlt"rn III I

    To those who have tried and '!one has to on. So Mruiti. in $Mark- Florida up to Beginning at a ncrete monu-),;[:has been filed against you in the MITICI. TO \rrmu :
    courage carry
    10 ? !1... k AM. E$ T.. Monday. went set at the intersection of,above named Court and cause and IB Circuit ( art. Bradford ( ....DI'. TeI p'
    Beamingly have fail 'i, j tonight: as you read this if your May 4. lij';;::. at which time and the South line of Center Street1',you are required to eerie a copy o' .Florida IB (k..<-.rT. .
    Reach out dear Lord, and com- is at ebb take hope dear plae ill 1.1<1- rrelsra! will be pub- with the westerly line of Lake, your answer or pleading to "thi I Max Skein!. k. l'.r: i x : I' \ 11. l (th M. ( ,.aint'silk Ha. Phoru I ,, :
    courage I It'|! !1y "I"; 1..01 and read al"ud for fur- Street thence run westerly along: : :rorr.Dlaini on the Plaintiff'sAttorney bkrrnuk l>rft'iJi t
    fort them today; one with the morning light. and r.I.-hjC .t::1! have !' I I "I.-'r''. tig: anx ..r..l1..t thtffllow- for a distance of 7: feet thencerun Starke, Flor.da !. tpprariT
    whose j
    For those hopes things will be solved TUne solvesso ,., .. South 1 degree 34 minutes and file .. .TTTTTTTTTT.T.T+ ..... T..T
    !OK r tIo.i aI: $ 1 t :i--i rt-pa'r pruj- the original in the office ? Fax Sk-ris: : k \eh I -f r.an.I .TTTTTT.TT..T'
    dimmed whose faith has paled : many problems if we will but ft" West for a distance of 1:0.1 feet.thence >f the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,' : .\dr.- t'kn,\ a it 4
    i 1I..lrlolO ttud 1I..1I"a., ; Ilruukrr run South Hi degrees 7 "Q or before the You are hereby notified that: H E PLUMBING AT IT'S 4
    ;hoW fast and pray. Yes let us 1 %........1. ItrouLrr. Ili.rlda. minutes East to the westerly H day ..f May I*;;;: : I suit for D!vorce has been f.., ,1 i BEST 1 r

    lift up some lighted heavenly take courage to live and try again i 1 KrilrinK; and lirllKhtlBK I.tffrbu right of way line of said State 'berwloe the allegations of said against you !in the above na.1: 4
    : ..l. I.."I..,. Klurlda.HrllKBllBK > IU.ad 200. thence ran northerly VmpUint will be taken as confessed Corer and cause and you are required -
    torch. I pray. All of U3 make mistakes, and: with and *oiur 1I."lrl.II-: along said westerly! right of way by you 'I II. to serve a copy of your answer 11 l' (,uaranteo Our Worknd

    They are so frightened, Lord; God's help too can walk llradfurd ('ouuljr HUh !Sthuul I. line of State Road !00 to Its Intersection This notice shall be publishedonce or pleading to the compla.nton :
    you HlarLr lurlda. I II with the South line of each week for four consecutive the Plaintiffs Attorney .\ \o Work P1

    reach out a hand. proudly once again.I I' Krhalillllallon Tollrl*. !.*.. trrkool Center Street (as njw extended) i weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I T. Frank Landrum. tirke ( "
    BO hurt and helpless, : ..<. I...ite>. Florida. thence run westerly alone the 1 graph. Florida and file the original ,n the f :het
    They are have had: a busy happy weekI i Krbabilllaliuu uf Tulle h. HruuLrrs South line of said Center Street I! Hated this 16 day of \pril 1< 53 office of tfte Clerk of the Circuit; J t "'

    be their friend. went to the city Monday and <.limit. HrouLrr, Florida. I for a distance of 541 feet to" i OFFICIAL SHAD Charles A. Pirby I I Court .)n..r before the IS iltx ?' i Consult I s When t:
    and blind, they do not I j Any hid i''-i -Hnl after the Point of Beginning last aforesaid -r Clerk of the Circuit Court. Mav. 1"5 :. otherwise the all..K.> '' !
    name got a dregs for the wedding Sat- fled tiiip and dale will not be 5Pl'cl'l ; I Cy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. tits'[. (.f said I'omplaint vx.ll betaken I IX NEE[ OF ANY '

    understand-- I urday night. It la a Copenhagen ''a.ld..r..d. You and each nf v.iu are hereby I '_ 4 17 It 5:SOTICI !I a- confessed by >'ou. TM'K PII I MHINi.0 4

    think: this dark and tangled I Each bid for any project or group!I I notified that a Bill of. Complaint has This notice shall !>e publishedonce _- -- __
    blue all silk shantung and! has a of prp.is must be n.mpanied lJy'' been filed in the ..lr'lIlt Court of \ : 10 .4ii>itn once reek for four Consecutive \ foil TOO SMALL '
    road the crd. I i: Bradford County Florid, in Chancery -I II. Circuit Court. Ilrndfurci CountyI'luridat I weeks In the Bradford County TeU. 4
    critifit-d heck < bid bond in the
    white design i all over Has' a jacket a : >r .
    lu ( hanrrrr.tieorg 4
    their hope ''amount of five cent of the base by A. L. Alvarez a* plaintiff graph i
    Oh. touch to flame per and ; -- II ulemar. Ilamtiff xsKarline I Dated this 16 day f April : .' .YO JOB TOO L '
    to the dress. I have a navy bid guarantee that the bidder if [ against you and each of you. ? 1 iA'f;
    burned tow. : I'. (dlcnap! \ Hefendant .. !
    which has awarded the contracts will withinten and also against R A. Green and FKli'HI. < : \1.1 Charles .t. P.ti vClerk
    straw hat. navy suede slippers, Lucile II Green. his wife, as defendantsi Case \ faith'sashes ruiisrcutixe calendar days after I
    And strike with fire I that the sal:! I \ To IppearTo Px. 1f.lr..ln I. t'- -t-x. lop .-x rvrki :
    of j
    white nylon gloves. I am havingmy written notice being given of such nature Earline '. .... E
    .I..lI1an.'h FILLYAW
    that are dead award enter into a written contract suit i I" to quiet and confirm title of .. o-.edence i BROS. 3
    hair set Friday eve It is a plaintiff to the above described l and addrr.-s 1- Clthbeitleorgia I
    walk proudly once with the Hoard of Public Instruction ( .
    Let them church wedding! some miles from of Bradford County Florida In land! as a fee simple title and to I i
    again, and go accordance with the accepted bid I cancel the right title Interest claim!. Your for are hereby notified that a Licensed 1'lumbvr With li \ears I i\pern-nn: i
    (here I do hope Don and I both and Hen of you and each of you and suit
    and bond
    give a contract surety sat. I \ Court
    St t.
    steadfast Divorcehas
    Seeking the sure and get to go. Junior is to be married.Thf'Y I h.fa/.t..r to Laid Board In an amount of said R. A. Green and Lucile II. betn filed Sarke| -'L. =
    against you in tiat. I. '
    light ahead I I equal to one hundred per cent of Green his wife defendants! in and I ..>xe named Court and cause and Let Us Thoroughly rnoxi: 290 3
    are going to California on th. contract price. to said lands and every part thereof -
    Help them to move among their as clouds on plaintiffs title and, you are required to serve a copy oft 111111111111111111111111U1111/111///11111/1111A

    I their honeymoon. I No bidder may withdraw his l lad | tn nttrnettiAllxeniofn_ _____. --- snch defendants -t your answer or pleading to the '"I i Wash Your Clothes
    fellow man for a 1'11..11 of thirty days aft..rlth. | from no Intere I plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
    asserting claim. -
    With courage to live, and i HELPFUL HLNTS: I know ofa .. date '-t for the opening theieof !' -' title or lien any in or to said! :Xa h H. Douglas 5'5;; I.xn.hI I -
    All work shall be done in accordant Building Jacksonville. Florid..
    who the I
    lady keeps change in land AND YOU ARK REQL'IREDIto !
    courage to try again. I e with plans specificatIOns and\ and to serve a COpY of' and file the original In the orflee "f 9 PoundsFor
    glove compartment of the rar.- contract documents .relative thereto the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court
    Crowell. plain- on
    -Grare Noel answer or pleading on
    I dimes and nickles for the parking which may be exainfied at the office -,I your lift s attorney Hollis V. Knight''',, or before the 1 < day of Max 14511otherwise ,, I (j) Mark On Your Calendar
    of the Superintendent of Public whore address is staike: Florida,!!| the allegations of nd 40c !
    There u a time in ail of our !i i meters Paint the old lamp shades : Instruction Starke Florida, or.land to file the original of jour answer complaint will be taken as Confessed i I

    !lives when wv feel l we have rf'3'h-'; and use them for hat stands on I at. the office. of Sanford W. tioin.lrchite.t or pleading !In the office of the by you. FKEKIileach If Desired ,
    \ CaincHville, Florida I notice shall be
    Onj 1'undersigned I Clerk of Circuit Court published .
    nl Ihl'n,1 of everthing For !i the closet shelf. I used the paperliner s.a of such plans and contract doruntrot' i Ion May 25. 1952; ; otherwise the all:' )nee 'ach week for four consecutive (ft"mllf't'>l St&tk1 IIKTIISNMKUS! : !
    alf".m" for besecured in the Bra kord
    bidding County 're\I"!
    who make mistakes and I may gatlons of said Complaint will betaken .
    flow in the bushel basket for without deposit l.X Kleitri-'I i ran'> .\ : .\IMLs:

    have to 011I1'> back the long road pattern to make a liner of oilcloth. !' sal I or General "IIradors from I IT IS as FURTHER confessed by ORDERED you that 1' luted this 14 d.t\ ..f .trl] 1. 1 1"-, '.
    either of said office (OFFICIAL S":.\I.i i 'hirltlurhy And
    to > lability. I have stub Make laiyidn baskets ( this Order of Publication and Notice .. .
    rip t ,j good or Kldders qualifuatio-is must tesatisfactory Clerk f th' i'r 'lit Cnutt I
    ,, lie forthwith published once Marian: ,' OTIIKK: SIMH'IAI. 1 n \ >
    ''other t. the Board of Public : By L Crony Ueim'v lark 4i \
    storage four weeksBradford ,
    : eaih week for uccp-Mxe .. y
    ln>.tru. tion of Bradford County' in ('"untr Telegraph, a 4t-4t ; WeWiU! i You :Should\ Kemcmlit-r
    j We had a snow night before Florida The Board of Public Inolnll'Uun -
    duly qualified publishedin
    of Bradford County, Florida newspaper 'OTI('.. 10 \ri'i\i With Flowers
    i last The gtound .was white It re.serxethe right U waive Inf"r-I said County.WITNESS my. hand and official I In (Irriiit <'''ur<, llrnilfonl ''ountj Dry Your Clothes I Ii i

    m.tlities! bid and to I'Inrltvttl? ( f M>"r" \\hen ml fliiMi-rs ...
    did not hurt my red tulips in any seal at Starke. IIr..tf..n County I...ona Colixx I'Mint'f t- Strrrettt'ase 'JrR 4 >Oil M 1\
    all bids
    but lastnight or 'j Florida, this April 9: lr-.l' 1 A rrntenihrann'l sinlMti
    Mourn It soon melted The Board of Public Instruction (OFFICIAL SEALi: Charles \ Darby J I': f .law. I ef.-tula-.t: For 20c ? jour

    was fleeting.Cc have had of Bradford Count\,:I, Court of No !6771.; { tea ha'ah'c jour good! jml!:i'
    v Clerk of Circuit I \l.,I.>.. In 4np..jr In Nevi .\utomattUriera1'
    t t Florida F .. Ma, I t mint as urll an )our K.<, xluUlif
    I a chilly wind all day today I P.x H P Morgan H..adf"ld County > i T. Street' I it! i""I.I\\.\ ". wi ,>-.. re"' -s.
    : 4 17 4t 5'S lit t in J ,. and nitti'--.! i ]Ids \ .J.II\lI"\. f fished up all the soiled clothes Secretary. :I ---- I St I "it. I:.dtlll"! : I.'nla"i! ( fir an) t\l-.i".1\ .If
    t 10 4t 5tlu
    : '
    in.i have them ironed. Thought 1,i lu luriclnl. ( In nil In uurl.( hnncert.I1rll(tf"rd ( 'imnlt.!i I Y nt r i are hirers. noi'f'xl: I that a PHOM( ) E: 2i:! I" rdna"I1It'I1t.
    ,i lilt r
    .11- want his clothes if he 'I far ( Irriiit (.u.1 Of llriulfurdMIII L .' :f .
    might Ulegati. laul.l. : I s- 1.\ ., : ., d! ht I' !l.f
    < |, In ( hnurrry. Jii.iiiilt MI-OII 1 ITin: .t I''. t. ud.n! t tt
    I u going on a trip. I like to keeplimes Case X" 7', i I' -.. :N;.. "" COLONIAL FLORIST
    .1. I. \lv tr-z. 1'l.u'\ITf. \ .J I imtrj YOr'I.1. 1.0\1'; the nc\ Ester'
    : washed up too as I mean tinder (It Piililicutlon aniluUre To Washeteria\
    I'll k 1. -. t.t t .tl I. 1"'f..I"I- .
    brook finmtiiii in
    \IM,><'iir; fate of I lurlilaTo |pur.w.ize | >
    to si.lit. cleaning house in earn imnrii or I't in.K' iiioNM I Iblll II
    .IU.I''I1.t > 1I."n I Kill: !. wtn.a I NONA() ST. Starke. Fla.
    i: 10 \rrixit p.i-trl slia<1<>.. Only .vj.37 at Brail-
    1 r1 ''st next week resilience and| adde'n: I il.mrrtl : i
    t Ike Mule of lurlil.i.. lu: I I IJaims Kc ha\.z Snrrl, edt c ',tx. Philip ('O(' 'T nuGI\I'II.: __-------J"S.. '" ._ ...a
    I'ieklrMargorte' K IHum
    I'.K'VAnna (
    Here is a poem by William |I'n.i '
    I't.e. I >
    r inrx J".I| l -
    Y"u are required to appear onI.tr
    \\onlsworth that I love. I have \ Jones Janie.s
    sr LI Jones, AllyJ.'nes
    I >. 1451; : in the above named:
    i{'iVvn it since a small child. It Jacob Johns, Mary C. A.J..hn" \ -
    plaintiffeeks # : :
    If 1111alld the unknown' I' jsf ?
    was in my third reader: Spouse of rash of them if alive and. egraph shall publish this Order tnn.t ,
    if any of them be dead to the u"l.1| four.kl} issues. "'

    Mv heart leaps up when I behold known spouse, heir, devisees grantee \\nness nix hand and official sealat I t t r

    ". legatees, aoolgn..t's.'r..dIt ors Starke.: Fbuida, this April 14,
    t a rainbow in the sky; and "th..rI.umants by through under I'-.:\ r .. : 3 !!

    !S., was. it when my life began: c.r against .a..h and every ofthe (OFFICIAL Sn.\L) Charles A. Parby :'
    A ahoy named persons who Is de> As Clerk of said Court; t. \ It "must for
    Policy to So be it now I am a man; teamed. ; ty the unknown heirs, de-i! Ux Marian: L. Crosby Deputy Clerk sa
    \"I. as, granters creditors and lIth..rdalma every
    I! So be it when I shall grow old 'It In. through under or.: Alto iilg..la' ,'ksonxille Writer. ,Jr.Florida. Graham Build-

    Or let me die!' against each Margaret Pace, dfceas-l, Attx- for I'lf. 4:17 4t 5/1 LJ ; :
    fit ..d. George L. I'ace. deceased anil) _. :
    yourPersonal The Child is father of the man: .
    I George U. Pace deceased; and to all In 1 be Count) Jud".'. (ourt In tad

    And I could wish my days to be persons having or claiming any in-| For llrmlfurd ('uuntt Florida
    Needs t..r..t.ln the following described) III ( banter).
    Hound each to each: : by natural lands situate In Bradford County, In. Re Estate of 11 U Schof'eld Deceased 9ay..r ,>K
    Florida, to-wit: '! .
    piety. From the Southeast Corner of, NOTK. 10 ('Kr.lMIOHs:

    Charley E. Johns Southwest Quarter of Northwest' To All Creditors and All Person La tom.. FLORIDA visitors
    The robins sing, the doves coo. guarter (S\\'i, of X\Vi4) of Section having Claims or Deinand- F

    and the cardinal tails I think it :23! Township 6 S.. Mange :2-1!:! I 1 Against !Said E-tate W
    Agency I! :: K '=tr 0r .
    minutes'est 'j You and each of you are hereby sIT aoC.ts t; ,
    Phooe. IS ST.lU"L\ 1 notified and required to present
    line of Said SVTt of NVx t for a' any claims and demands' which you,
    i Tilt Kir.llT PORT for the clistan-e of 77.S feet to the west.' or either of you. may have again*)

    ,'" h, \\aJOH \\ ritt'. ('om.in and r..>. .llr l right of way line of State the estate of H n S,'h..fi!<.ld. d"'*>n>.
    'ttRfaZsprus.nttnp Koad !00 (as now uleneJ by i'd. late of Bradford CountxFlori-
    t : I'd tour fat OrIt \ KVTKKHUOOK: ...Idlll.nal right of wax i, thence da. to the Hon T. A. Yawn CountyJ'IdRe y ,.
    ... ... run South; 17 degrees 7 m'nutesest '! If Itr-idforci: County and file al
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    155 STARKE, FLA.PAGE .



    AI'KIL %1. 1953 WfiE MNF

    -- I '
    I, -- Baptist Church TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY I TTTTTTTTT'TTTTT"TTTTTTT' Crops SubjectedTo !I!I II increases the more rap.1'i: : "

    : I the quality of the eri: ,1., : < ,-
    lit OVR BRADFORD Heavy Rains I
    vVr.en Seeing Is Not Belie"":ng- \ he says He make, these : "

    ... br the Sunday morning s.-rr. Need Side !emendation on pivt-M.ng "-.. ; ,

    D e '- by Rev L. D. Hames Pas- b> III.. mtrhAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4J HIGHLIGHTS I1ty of eggs:
    -r of the First Baptist af Stark I Fters: w nose ,'orr. .
    j i Gather from ?><> '* thee
    This is the third in a series ot p were recently ,
    jt four time a ,! '
    Messages from the Risen Christ. The Lawtey P T A. is announc- -t>,xy rains should apply i tM ..
    ... .
    .r In cool .ice: is t !'
    Fhe Carol Choir will sing the of- ;,ir.g a chicken supper at the school iiresn: containing
    Methodist ChurchThe At The TabernacleA feratory hymn and the Church Cafeteria on Saturday evening, 1 By Brenda BradforduAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA > ta:-n to their fields \ i possible A' ; ;: kfreeze u .

    :ed Choir will sing the morning anthem AprIl 25th Meals will be senedfrom [ have not al-eady done so. :I at .'3 .te.: : ih.r'I't..ey ,
    H.Th.n i\ <; Mi'! ":.1t! A deugntful "ndJIex n Dr Gaylord M ..
    : to
    6:30 5:30 Adult plates i
    to :
    : sh.l: : : 1't: '
    was enj y - pastor ",f the Firat Methodist the will be 'served for 50 cents Plates University of Florida ,
    nacle grOUt Fruityh,; at the :, Sunday evening Happ> a i v th I' :
    f'hun-h of Starke will return to I regular service hou; The Miller Hour begins at 8 with the song for children under 10 will be 30 I on tr.e tmeact Experiment Stations they sh>n::,i :NX; ,; >

    25. afr evangel- service led by the piaso-organ- cents. Come and enjoy the evening J pli1Ys l the> presented last Fnday The soils chemist points ; : .
    .itarkt? m Saturday, April Music Makers, travelling degrees :ti ;>.'" t : r >"
    for an evening duo. The Chapel Choir of youth and get a good meal for 50 i and Saturda The Dramatic Club. two inches or more of n '
    preaching in the Unite uU. were present : ; :eggs i'n .1 -lu : : :< -
    and Many; will bring the special music and cents A western movie will be of B H S. under the direction 45-hour period will ,. '.
    IxKiavil'.e.! of melody message. I or on the p.TV t ti : r r :
    t angdt! tic Mission m different musical instruments I the Pastor's message will be from ;;i sho'1m the auditorium begm.I of Mr. and Mrs. R. O Davison, !I soluble fertilizer from eggs are to be ko. i- K+r.t:; i'
    < ,a Apul 19.21. Mr. Mitchell I the series "Old Testament Mira'mug at S.OO: o'clock has put four this 'especially in sandy soil,
    I all electrified! were used to on plays year week, tf.t: their ,-; site ..1 1 j' "
    .ill pi each at !tie 11 o'clock serve -I:bring beautiful and inspiring musIIc cles", and will be "The Bush That Mr. and Mrs John Koch and three comedies and one mystery ,will be set back by the tions each day to keep !the \

    ,, Sun
    I Sunday School meets at 9:15 : Ill. and Mr and Mrs. \\'. Williams I and other crops in ,
    MKhodut Church on the subject ; The Saturday youth meetings ; not store eggs where t i'ii \ i ih
    I I Icontmue with P. T. Nolan, :of South Wilmington, Ill. have have received such heavy ., .
    Launch Out Into the Deep. j people superintendent. I I \ > the
    to attract young 'II will be smaller than
    flay evening at 7:30: Mr. Mitchell I Training Unions gather at 6:45': returned to their respective homes I don't know exactly what to I e. ; : other sitont: sientts fix>ti>
    and last week an interestingprogram I at least of the
    ill preach on "The Mission of with Lavern Outlaw, director. ,after a visit here with the HughB. blame for the new fad at school. :less some
    r-hrist Mrs IJoyd J Green will was presented by i Beginning Monday at 7:15: there Ingram family, Mr and Mrs. ;:Could be Spring fever or the wa 'is replaced
    : :
    and Mrs 1P.. Lee Miss I'hjhs I : .\1.l. F.lnIEHS1)
    be the organist for both sen'icesand will) be a week of Christain Experience I Koch are the parents of Mrs. In- ter at Kingsley Lake bui Rains totalling more '
    Mitchell is to be the youthful ( OWXKKS
    Gorge T. lupins will It'aJ', "Forward Together with I gram. something is turning everyone'shair ,inches InIS hours fell
    leader for this Saturday. : '
    ne congregational singing for the! I i Christ", under the direction ot 1, A. S. Perser of Oklahoma City, blonde. The recent fad for !northern and central : .. Markt, lloriJo N not in an-

    evening sen-ice. The Youth Choir I the Training Union. Discussions>> I II Okla. was a recent overnight II red hair has subsided somewhat ties during the first dealership| chain ,,r treetur

    will provide special music for the St. Mark's Episcopal I will be held beginning at 7:3i: guest: of the H. C. Wainwright and now the blondes have gaineu month, and, according to > and jurt. an Mx-uml dirt"'ti%

    evening service. I I He,'. Raymond E. MadiUin I with a message nightly fror. family. popularity I don't think I wouldbe leached thousands of \n) \\arilu"".

    The First Methodist Church of ,, Schedule of Sen ices (I Youth Lay speakers-Freenuui Mrs. A. H. Harley has returnedto wrong in saying that at least I soluble fertilizer that was ; '' : :< .\' \\ill\ ,.ht' jou (X.HKKCT pries

    Starke will join with the other' SUNDAYS I Register Jr. H. C. Martin, Jack her home here after a visit I 25: percent of the brunette! ,before or at the time of ; ., or latxtr b:'r.inse thl buMiii...s

    Method Churches cf Florida fora I I 0.45: a.m., Church School 11 ''Siemer, and Earl Norman Lavern with her daughter and family, Mr. brownettes. red heads have taken I J I of some crops. {I I : : and you IKIJ n
    United Evangelistic Mission theweek a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; [Outlaw will be in charge of the and Mrs. Nelson Blocker at At-. on a lighter shade. What will be He recommends a ,' ':, ;; or |percentage in any Irae'tur.
    of 38. The Kev Ver-I II Serv- i services.A I next' ture such as 10-0-10 for !i
    May 6:30: p.m.. Young People's lantic Beach. I I '; \ : i .\t'TO1'1'1.: .\'.
    nard Ilobertson. pastor of the lice League. I cordial invitation is extended of inp crops in fields
    i Dr. W T Walters pastor I ; : ('(.\TF.I:
    Swainsboro Ga. Methodist Church HOLY COMMl'MON I to all to attend and worship Jthe I.. wtey Methodist Church, is ,I Last Wednesday afternoon the I cessive rainfall the

    will prrarh during the revival in 1st Sunday 11 aim 3rd. Sun I'tat all these services weekly in Stapleton. Ga. this week assisting I Gideon took charge of our weekly I fertilizer ranging from ..trTO Sll'I'LY

    rftarke Services will he held at day 7 30 am. !I. with a revival meeting in 1: assembly program They presented I.pounds per acre ; : : :Marke, 11\. I'h"me :ti1 tl

    11 l
    t daMay :3 t. and dail May I\! 7 :'JO p m Litany & Meditation \ of the South Georgia Con- 'I students. |i
    part .
    af 7 JO a m and 7 30/ p m 8 pm. Choir Hci earsal. Services U-mg held III the' ference Methodist United Evangelistic ; Farm Forester

    _.\ ,- .' ....... 'i,.,' 'l'J.; : ; ..- :, Fir American;t services Legion will!Hall be held this in week.the i Mission. I'I'I : Council The Glee shared Club the and Assembly the Studen hou Is DiscussedAt \
    I Last Sunday was laymen's Day I :
    'n(>.\ church on Sunday, May 3. I I the Methodist Church here, this week. A wonderful programof SCS Meeting ;

    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morn I in with Hugh B. Ingram Jr. and L. popular music was presenter
    I by the High School Glee Club A farm forestry CAN
    mWorship;: and Communion 11 H. Futch in charge of the sen-
    The remainder of the period open great benefit
    Starke .. m.. sermon: "The Bible". Chris ices. The Junior Choir rendered FlORID"I
    led officially the 1953-54; campaigi the opinion of John
    ---------------------------------- I it ian Endeavor 6:30: p. m., study- I special services in song at this !
    George Remart who
    for officers of the Student Coun- are
    KKV. LEWIS: 1IAINES.: Pastor j I ing film. "Guide for Giving". Evening ,meeting.The .
    ; fil. The students running for of- with the Florida Forest
    ; message, "Wisdom", 7:30 Methodist Church I YOUR CAR
    Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I II Lawtey i five made speeches and everyone On invitations of '

    Phones (Office 2:11: t Pastorium 1.50: 1 p. m will begin a revival meeting on j began to think about who to vote tTiairman of the
    .--------------------------------------- Choir practice Monday 8 p. m. Sunday. May 3. Rev. Fred Carter -
    'for when election comes up the Conservation Service
    Morning Sort ice "Teachings of the Kincn Christ" at the home of C. W. Colson. I of Donaldson. Ga. will be the 'I first of themonth Butz, and Reinart met

    Evening Sort ice "Old Testament Miracle Mid-Week Prayer Service and guest speaker during this meeting. .
    Apr. 13 with the SCS
    (able I This is part of the Florida Conference I
    -------------------'---------'-- ---- Study at the parsonage The Juniors have alreadseni to outline such a
    Sunday Sermons: I II 100 A.>1. -7 liXbC.Sunday : \ Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I Methodist United Evangelistic I out invitations for the Junior-

    School !9:13 t; A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. I, A warm welcome awaits you Mission Everyone is invited Senior Banquet and Prom. The A farm forester,
    Midweek Sen ire Wednesday 7:30 P.M. j:> at all these services: "Where avisitor I to attend the revival during the banquet will be held in the cafeteria -counties I two or three
    offers such
    i :
    ---------------------------------------- !j week. .
    LS never a stranger." on May 9th and the Prom
    FOU FKKK TKAXSI'OKTATIOX Mrs. W. T. Walters went to :the following:
    I will be in the U S. O. on May
    Phone( 2fifi-J: f; on Sunday 30(5( on Weekdays- It I I Ii Jacksonville last Wednesday for I 16th. The committees are hard at 1. Help the landowner :
    .. i Presbyterian Church '
    I the
    visit with relatives. volume of a stand
    \ tlf .;..'! : .:. < several days
    lit" ..-'i \ -.... -.1' f'w. .. ";. I work preparing for the biggest
    i I Mr. and Mrs. W T. Coram andfamily 2. Help the landowner
    Sunday School 9:15: a morn- events of the School year Program
    I the guests I buyer.
    of Brooker were
    :ny: Worship 11 a. m. topic. Chairmen for the Banquetare
    Iof I the Ingram family last Satur- 3. Assist in drawing
    : Decorations Pauline Gay: EXTRA
    Tiiistluii Friendship. Youth ii
    Fellowships and Junior Choir 1 Food Nancy DuPre: Program 4. Assist in selecting

    I I i p m Evening Worship 8 p. m Janice Dansby. Nancy DuPre is
    (IIP \linn nmir(I \ / "The :Message of Hosea." I I General Chairman for the Prom 5. Advise whether or
    : i I Tuesday, Apr. _8. S p. m the LONG BRANCHby the and Program Fay Paulk Committee.is chairman. farming would be ( ,II UTYMaroq

    Women of the Church will meet II you. j

    w ill he the topic of the pastor's! sermon at the: in the Sunday School building. Mrs. J. I.. StricklandIUAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Until Next Brenda Week. I 6 Advise on thinning i

    Wednesday, Apr. :::9, 7:30: p. m. and, actual assistance m

    First Baptist Church, Hampton Piaxer Meeting Choir practiceS I [ tlt>(>.-- to be thinned I

    BOB (ae\Y. Pastor p m1We I The Clay Hill PTA has a membership N These are > n\! pan of I ii ait

    issue a special invitation to i of about 15 and is doing i f F i

    School l 10 A.M. 9Hiblt' -JI all who will worship and serve: a very good work. ij j i

    I Don Hill Superintendent '. .. '' with usChurch .I We that were the sorry granddaughter to learn Saturday of- !I O ,Tlpy.I a E

    H. T. I'. 7 P.M. it. of God I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang, little W I LOWEST I

    FranlWilliams., Director"Hour j I Pattie Parrish, had the misfortune FINEST !
    oJ' Sunday School 10 a.mlorn.
    ( of Power" Wed. S P.M. It '. I ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening I to break her heel last Friday I A r No Extra \
    h. ... i : at school.I S :
    10:{ present last week, come and see <- Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service For In Or '
    I \\ understand that a truck hit I I Setting .
    :3:\ Tuesday: 7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting ,
    Saviour"; j: the school bus that Geneva Smith j I
    .1 I (Suing Church For Coining : 7:30: p.m. Thursday. i I
    I.awtey I drives, but no one was hurt. II | An ag meeting was held Thursday -I
    'U1 all'' 9, which the IJJ
    Sunday School 10 a.m. Mornng -I Attendance was good at night April at
    .. 'h. -- "'.. ,: Worship ill a.m. YPE Servo I services Sunday, considering the following officers were elected for I
    .. ."It.c"" _" _,1" t.'tV._ ,, MK Saturday, 7:30: p.m. rainy weather. We got a little i the coming year: rrl eep '

    cool Sunday night as we don't j I President Zack Crawford: Vice

    FOR have any heat, but it wouldn't do i iI j President, Hockey Garner; Secretary GUARANTEE
    Church of ChristI
    CHRIST AMERICA much good to put up the stove Roman Alvarez: Reporter Write For Free
    i I 10th and McMahon: I i Julian Wasdin Treasurer. Catfish
    when all the floor isn't down yet. ; I
    R'.hle S-hool-.10 A. M. ;i The doors are hung and all of the' Gaskins; Sentinel, Stephen 1 KellyThe I I ESTABLISHED 1930(
    Preaching A. M and 7:3l windows are in but quite a bit'' members feel that they!
    srONSOKKI: ) I'
    'P M. : of the floor still has to be laid. III j couldn't have chosen a better slate I 715IACKSONVII.U FOREST ST (dOU) ", \.

    Prayer Meeting and Bible/ Stud, Rev. Sheetz was visiting different -i j of officers if they had been hand :{ TH CITY LIMITS
    ach Wednesday 7:30: P. M II ones in the communitylast picked.Mr. .

    REVIVALLONG Sunday-at least he tried to. I Haas of the Soi'' Conservation > -- .
    PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS ,but said he didn't find many at District, was our speakerand < -<-: '---7-: '., .' .., _, _" _ .. : ;- 7= ,-
    CHURCHSunday 1
    I home. He enjoyed looking over we enjoyed his talk very
    School 10 a.m. I 1" j
    Uh much. "
    church building.
    I f ,
    j Morning Service 11 a.m. FOY'S
    1: We understand there weren'tmany The Chapter's sweet corn it> I

    BRIDGE CHURCHAPRIL Evening Praypr Sen-ice MeetingWednesday( 7:30 p.m. I at services at Long Branch I doing fine except it is a little too I j I f &

    1! Sunday In fact, there has been wet at the time. We haven't been ;
    night 7-45 : E
    : pm. Saturday nigh- I !
    7M5 miSt.iEdward's. so much rain it is hard to get able to plow it so far and the 1 fE
    26 thru MAY 37i p .
    over the dirt roads. The one to I grass is getting bad. !! E DRIVEINNRESTAURANT

    Long Branch is almost impassable I We have decided that the an- ,
    : t::; NKJHTLYSl'F.n.M. ; Church C '
    !I we are told. We do hope this I nual banquet will be held at the ,

    )1t' H' EVERY SERVICE Sunday Mas at 9'15 a. m is improved in the near future Tyler Jones place on the Brooke.

    Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m. ., I: road, Friday night May 15 Ali / f ,
    E"' .\ (aLlST: Children'Cl ss Saturday 11a CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST i FFA members and their fathersare C -, 1

    m OF UVTTEi: DAY SAINTS j; invited >

    JOHN ZOELER }it')..tont' Heights Services ea.-h Sunday tn oU "11- -Julian Wasdin. Reporter t 1' TEMPLE A\E. AND! PRATT ST 3iktfx

    t\\'mien 3 flub -J1\1\ Hall -n. E fail St Sunday:' -1

    : 'if.1I.tlaa., !- S -i fa ""'rn"oi In a tti, St: ntment Sn- HOPE \ITIsT; CHURCHTHF.RESS.V V

    t .---,. .. .._ ""'-. ..-. -..._...... -... "' ':ue..v'iis before all Masses. 6 W o TI Every me welcome : 1 i r 1' ) NOW- /'
    Sunday School 10 a. m ; Preach- 1

    :n g Service 11 a. IT.: Training ; 4N 329 BRIN- I
    .t P\\ottE
    T-'n "::1 7 pm : Evening Service \\ r:' YOU

    "f' rr 5 ,

    A :hurch earnestly contending : C '{'t.IFree i ,

    .! '!1P Faith which was once de-

    .-i unto the Saints. -Jude I l

    j. A""; ..:tic awaits you :

    Mt-rle: Pitkman, pastor Deliveryl

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    I Young Democrats Want More Stress Four-Year Battle Tornadoes Meet Williston Tonight; Lester Ze ler' f Ruscher Rites ,'us Funeral N' J Stn'lces111 !S' n.-

    On Party Loyalty In Next Election Win Over Macclenny And Green CoveThe Set For Saturday .r. the. Keystone Heights t'mumt .

    .. Settled In Court Body FoundThe > Church Saturd.st

    ; The Young Democratic: Club of I floe In Florida had during th Tornadoes face Wilhston a triple Twelve bats-iien reached Arthur Htnn. Ruscher 45. i noon at 2 o'clock with Ko iO *
    co-i, .
    -1 Bradford County met at the last election given support tt) the i Continued from page oneii i iI tonight 4 Friday at Bradford first base on balls and 11 struck owner of the \Whit Feather Motor Hall officiating. Inlenr.on: w

    American Legion Hall last Friday Republican candidate for Presi- Park in a return engagement. At out The Tornadoes banged out !bciy; : o f Lester Zeigler. Court at Keystone Heights died I be in the Keystone Height Tern

    night and passed a number of dent. I i These two rev'islons placed the I Ii their first meeting. the locals 16 hits. of 2746 N W Ffith St. Miami. .suddenly, Wednesday night as be !I ttr)? under the direction o( l I"

    resolutions mostly concerning Resolutions were also notched a 10.ctory with" Ed was found Saturday) morning Witt C. Jones Funeral IKw
    passed balance due Hall from Moncrief at I Padgett of Green Cove Springs was about to be admitted to a ,

    legislation pending before the opposing a bill introduced by the 11502. Added to this was inter- .Teston on the mound. had a good-breaking curve ball about two miles south of the Jacksonville hospital He suffered I

    Florida Legislature innellaa ( Republican I delegation! :jest from Mar 4. 1949 totaling I Next Tuesday night P. K. that the Tornadoes just couldn't} point on Seven Mile Bridge where a heart attack at his home in ,,

    The Club passed a resolution asking for further penalties of $19227 Yonge. the only conference team I! he jumped into the sea in the Flo- --
    $35071 and Court cos:* I touch. Up until 4 1-3 innings Keystone Heights late Wednesday I-1r.
    f;. schl"tJuIed.ill be here I rids: Keys last Friday night lie 1 ...- .. -
    omrrn(1lnr Senator Charley against Supervisors of Registration Other miscellaneous cost broughtthe 1I 1 for a Padgett showed good control. but afternoon _. .
    Johns for his record of achievement should advise be I game. The locals will enter ',, was a son of the late Mr. and I : :\ f -
    they registrants tot amount to paid byjMoncnef the. was relieved by Jerry Carswell Mr Rust'her' was born in Jersey J
    :Mrs: J.
    In the Honda State Senate as to which political party th-> to S2.158.2S in addition: I conference tournament. though, after the bases were" loaded with ',I J. Zeigler who lived atTheresa <'1h'. N J onie29. 1907 and (

    , and went on record favoring a should affiliate with, the thought to the 1.400 be had already paid slated to begin May 6 in Palatka.In just one out. Carswell retired the!i i A Florida: for many years. has been a resident of Keystone .: ----

    - bill m-ently Introduced which ot the Club being that there were 1 After much prolonged litigation their two games played last next two batters to set the Tornadoes said Highway Trooper Heights for the past five
    : the found years
    would require all candidates run. sufficient penalty provisions contained ''Judge Adkins entered a final de- week the Tornadoes emerged vic- body was on a sand
    down" without a score. lie was employed as a ,
    bank near the bndge compositor Small Crash
    by a
    ning in the Democratic Primariesto in the present law covering .'cree on June 13. 1952. confirming tonous. outlasting and outhitung pass- .
    I the
    The same situation happened ing fisherman at 8.30: a. FrI- by Pepper Printing Co
    take an oath that they had this matter. I the findings of the special master.j. Macclenny 15-12: and coming from m.

    voted for aU Democratic nominees It was announced at the meeting ''and ordering the sale of th 11onI I behind in the last of the 6th inn- before in the Tornadoes' half of day ZeIgler was identified by a in Galnes'I11ewas a member of big bill!

    crief unless the amount the 4th inning and the'ert". ,, photograph found in the wallethe the Moose Lodge of Gainesville
    the 1 Ust general: election and that several registered Democrats property ing to down Green Cove Springs I!i
    in their due Hall was paid by June 25.1!4-3 unable to score then. Bradford'sbig left on the bridge when he a former cit%' councilman of Keystone -

    f.. plrdg? their support to Demo- had recently: changed Adkins' decree was issued inning came in the bottom jumped. Heights. and a member of
    Judge I'VEN: :: minor collision
    I ofI a mean-
    I party affiliation due .to the fact The Tornadoes upped their bat- I
    I rat< nominees m the election to aft- reviewing the 1S2 piges of the 6th when the locals scored 3I Seven motoring sailors fromIt' the Reform Church of Secancus. bill' .
    that they had applied .for one of I ting averages considerably in the a major garage now.id.tv- .
    romt* This last resolution was conflicting testimony gathered1' runs on no hits when Williams. ) West and a fisherman saw N.J. :

    I the three post office positions. now dunng the special master's hearing Macclenny game. each man getting nterfielder for Green Cove. I Z igler jump off the bridge at Surviving arehis wife." Dorothy ; That's one of the mum ira
    by the fact that at least hit and the
    prompt many In Bradford Count one team
    t open 1 presided over by George L. dropped 3 fly balls which aided 5:15: pm. Friday lie was swept Cook Ruscher. and on,> son. Arthur M>n* why more and more t'\it
    lJf'm i< rut* now holding high of' voted to suspend getting a total of 16 hits off
    The Club about
    a of mile
    Patten. the Tornado cause. i ii quarter a from the Martin Ruscher. both of Keystone owners are ('arQ'in'nlh'Jun
    meeting through the suimer and |:! JluncnefS attorneys then appealed Rhoden. Delano Thomas led the Green Cove i jump-off point before he disappeared a daughter. Mrs. Barbara In
    vicious attack with 3 hits while Springs scored one -ur.lnrr.
    to meet" again on the first Tuesday : to the Supreme Court in in the i McCellan of Gainesville; and a

    W. C. T. U. night in Oct ber. t I II effect preventing the propertyfrom Benton Futch banged out a tnple 2nd.run and their first.last another run in the in 5th.the !I Zeigler was secretary of the sister. :Mrs.: Helen Pap of Socan- He ready for trouble. Make

    going on the auction block and a double. j jEd I AFL bu drivers union in Miami sure that ou hate t olli
    Tilt KtXil'MU: : ; MKKTIVi OF Delano Thomas was the winning > >iun
    Teston started on the mound for 10 but
    Exhibit last June 25. years was succeeded
    I Wildlife pitcher giving 4 hits : Insurance to help > ou I IKO
    Tilt: I nt.'OTT: I'XIOX. The property which figured in for the Tornadoes but was re-I up issuing last year by another man. A member -
    \v. C. T. 1'.. \\ 11.1. UK: I'OST- Here 7 passes striking out 11. There GOOD NEWS thoM after-the-accidenl repair
    I To Be Shown what IS one of the longest litigations j :lieved by Paul Rivers after working i I of the family said that he had

    HMi: IX OKDKIC: Til.XT ASMAXV on record here is described : ::: t innings. The Tornadoes was only one earned run in the'game I been dnving busses since that bilN on your car !

    AS ('.tN. M\V rftsui: I A uiMhfe exhibit sponsored! as lots 5 and 6 of Gaskins addition I built up a' 11-12 lead with a 9- and one RBI both goingto time and tb it he had been in poor Bt'ntlJ1IUluillum Axtningt.Are .

    Tilt IHVIKHT MKKTI.NO IX .. by the State O:tnw & 10'1 f'sh'a.- lo Town of Starke. It his frontage :run outburst in th 4th inning but the visitors. I health for several months.

    OA1.NKSVI1.1.K.: : I1tmI'ltH.. : trr Fish f'on.rnn-1'iM; / .\ 111 b.- i>nlupliv of 135 feet on West Madison ;saw their lead slowly cut when Bradford collected! only 3 hits !,, His wallet contained $2 85 in A\aial Again. I Hoauti-

    IOMI A.M.. IX Tilt 1 T .<. S' ttofl4Ttrh. I.it I. cash H. C. WALLAGENCY
    2ITII : > .d! < ; ,:\ n.> south and the and some identification cards
    : its boundary. I both Bradford pitchers had difficulty a triple by Futch. a double by fad ("Ii"'l, '.S-lwni O l '
    l'mn.TtJtl.(11: ( IU'11. .' S; at! M.I., .\01; :-M!I ThfJ, dame on West Call St. its north I IOvundary. finding th,. plate Mac- Buck. and a single by Thomas. I Also left on the bridge were his rv

    1 I' Ihi.. I' :'.'. ,1y The west boundary is ,,clt'nny toiuhed the 10 als for 6 Five men struck out. and five watch and a note wntten on a ..ri.-.... .\oJ fl Iwr.

    Myrtle St.There j 1 hits :{ of tht'mbt.t': hits: and were walked! to first paper napkin from a near by res
    was" much conhlitingtcstlmony taurant. P. L. BENTONI Phone 11(1(;

    PLANNING TO MOVE r ? both as before to the the amount special of master fill- ;,I 'Flying/ HighTo Rites MondayFor dine Besides Zeigler his, he wife.is surveyed Mr.- by Berna-four I 1.I.fI..n. t it t i\t'11. :200 I K.; (all St t n'l.t

    dirt now in place on the lots a- J. R. Howe !i daughters. Mary Lou. 13. Beth 9. : .\ Vuith <>" n. Kt I MM) StarkeAAAAAALALLAAAAAAAAAAAAL t

    r- -J ,1 1 Let us do t the j jllh for you com shown by tests made during thu- Be PresentedBy land, twins" Teressa and Kat; hlt't'1.

    t h -1' 1)Iett'C operate local and longdistance Retired Machinist ,3., : : three brothers. Rupert C Z'. .
    .R.8.AO.\Hfl (,' litigatIon. and also as to the "go- ):- -------

    t p 'r."uu r. an\- \\herc in t'. S. ing pure' paid in this luealit 1.1' Garden Club t' .- Th t 1.1".1: Howe. M. ler. Gaines'iIle'alt.'r; Z'ti't: i => .,,- ...I"__ '"::2'f"J.I.! --"-..,. ---.d!.I'UUiI.-!

    4 MOVING, .. *_ such materi-il. I I "K\:1! !: ', H.L:::!: i 'hiec-ut t on>-- died Fiul.u ;t ..!'mJgIn Riverside Oakland., Jacksonville Calif : and W T Ze.irler : -
    Phone 311 1 250-J HeniW DeSauiS/ire of Oran: : and two ><-t tr- G. J. McGRIFF E MOTORS

    or 1'aik .t Avil engine T and surveyur.t.tIit(1 ',"v:11: be 1'-\.1' at the I'SO Hi hjntal. J.tt ksonville. where hews Mrs. R C. Dimpior., Staike ri J

    Thutsdav and Friday nights. April tnken after suffering a heart Mrs. J D. Gnffus Theie.ssi TI'"I'I.IE.: : i: .
    t 1 : that arrording to suuml'i IMIOM( : j.1I
    I Facilities : 1. under the attack at his home here the pre-
    -. Lxcellenl: Storage I .! made by him he estn.at- 30 and May sponsor- Funeral services were h. i :Monday .
    4it ship of the Starke Garden Club. vious Wednesday. afternoon at :2 .l I" *
    u K
    that Hall had plat-e.1 1472.19 < ;: ::1.' Has Several Brand New
    $ ; i tibity/! ird.s of loose dirt on the lot. The dub's share of the profits Mr. Howe had resided in Starkefor 'l'racFuncial Home: M I .IM.I' Hmnl : /

    4 R. B. ALVAREZ i At approximately 5 ('ubicards wsll be used for its beautifica- ; about 22 years. living alone in i \ w I'; :111 K! u :..! :M-:. ': < -, .i.. .

    tion his home on Eighth Street Ho I't'ry
    would have meant program. ;
    for Dclcher Hros.Perryman I'l'r action takes placein was a retired machinist and! fora
    The 1
    _otin.1 :00 lo ids of dirt I lie later I play 11953 Pontiacs
    number of after c.t i ins::
    hotel."Purdy's years
    small ,
    I Bids;. S. Court St. testified! however, th.it due tohllnkagt. the lobby of a

    -! ." caused by wind, ram I Last Resort", owned and here, operated a farm near Lav.- Dr. Brooks Issues'

    9S1.4t .operated by a lovable old rascal. .
    .&TL _, ...::QII_._ ,,,., Ja -- i'.I packing only some tey.Mr.. Howe was born in Dr HI.- FOR SALE
    .ids of fill remaind on the los at Jeb Purdy who is also the town

    constable. Guests at the hotel include water. Mass. on August 1. ls6.;>. Fla. 80 g
    '!.t' [ii'-.,ent time. Data
    WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE Van Sneer- j and attended school as a young
    !I. i .j 1 I 11001 l 1 I. local contractor Mrs Augusta
    man in Lawrence unlocking
    :. -' .: ,t. .l'ti.tt. he examined the lots ington and her son Robert and I>r .\ N'1z.: ..i k-
    I forward to returning there !plan; !p.th; !i iologi.t
    .: ::1 t i I.MIM.I ui estimated 971 cubic Prof. Boomer K. Barnsmeller on ;
    uith the
    Kliiti.it 1 1 Kteimn :: [ /:-
    .or! u.ilut. there On cross ex- I a government mission so secret. next month to attend a Centennial 'tl''u. rfI! .", ,__" .._ __"-- .__< ._ '" _
    i1. lepoit- on1: .;:'t!,'") ,-i'iterest
    .. ..mi'.i.n he d'-med that he hade.i.liei that even he hasn't learned what : Celebration. the
    m new -,1.1\1 h-t 11' '.1'i
    tol.111': Hall n the preseiii it is all about. ;i Surviving are his wife Mrs. nety. Florida
    .. l> Williams that heI'.i'l \1 Eva F. Howe of Massachusetts; a 90. e.-.pe< i.i\: in, M-
    e .I t \\ Other characters Include Beu- ,
    gard to the
    RADIO imind' an estimated 1,350 yards lah Potts, an outspoken colored I I son. Allan R Howe of Fairhaven Mrs to set out this availability spnng t-i u ot l r rnnii--plant-' ATTENTION MR. FARMERDON'T

    Di till when he examined the lots. maid, and Gabby Hopkins a no- I Mass.; and two daughters. next fall. ,

    AND J) MrIt. P Stubbms, who with ,j '[ Flora Clark of Connecticut and
    neighbor who knows everything -
    sey I
    her husband. Dr. Stubbins hid that goes on and tells it. 1' Mrs. :Morjorie: :Morris: of Fairhaven, I To answer these question-, Dr LOSE YOUR CROPS

    TELEVISIONSales i.rtgmally dold the lots to the :Moninets. : Jeb's ''Mass. |Brooks has issued the following
    Love interest is supplied by
    testified that she came into granddaughter Mary Lou Milford I Mr. Howe was a member of the bulletin: TO INSECTS AND DISEASESSEE
    ----- Indian Head At the
    het husband's office where Mrs. Masonic Lodge in present time lhl'rare
    while Titus I
    I and Ted Sterling ,
    :Monrnef: and Hall hid been discussing cheat Md. no runner plants or nursery plants
    I Pinchem. who is trying to
    the work before it started I Funeral services were held at available. The grower desiring
    and Service Jeb and Mary Lou is the villain. I I
    and that Mrs Moncnef told her the graveside in Kingsley Lake plants will have to follow the
    ,. I Betty Green is Mary Lou's bree- I
    _, I Hall had agreed to do the job for Cemetery Monday afternoon at 2 same procedure that has been followed -
    IMIOXK 166 Starke Florida wise-cracking friend. : H. L. BROWNLEE
    221! N. Temple Ate. approximately ,OO. This was zy I o'clock with J. T. Quigley sponsor during the past three yearsIf

    tented in testimony by Hall. The performance opens with a of the Gospel Tabernacle in he has plants of his own m the

    Attorneys for Hall were A. J. youthful salute to the arme I charge. Interment was: in the field now he will have to select -; AND JIM CHASTEEN
    and other features include I
    -r ? ; I Thomas Jr Joe Hill Williams forces church cemetery under the direc- the best plants, take them up

    and Mack S. Futch.Representing the Kiddie Circus featuring local tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral carefully. and prune each plant '

    I the Monrriefs were youngsters. The "Country &hool"skit Home. back to one bud. and the roots i For Your

    T A Yawn, Jr., Hal Y. Mames. between Acts I and II Involves I
    ---- I to a six-inch lenh'h before setting II

    ion i.iN r K i ii ,1.1 'K i t '1. \ I' I and A L, Dnggers/: Jr. an old maid school teacher :' McLendon them out in the nursery beds. I II
    I.,,!, i. .'ii ..' K .. <"01' .t. -S t. I .' .1 I. I.I F trying to handle a class of"youngsters" Dr. H. B.
    I Preparation for thus should be I
    . 1
    A.HI. t IW l> 'll .M l .11'i Mi l ni" i ''I I 1'
    .. W II :-.1''' who have their own Gets Honor DegreeAt
    Ull.lll'l'' % ll" l 'IUil.'X| Graham Elected | done preferably between the first
    H- .'"'I 1 \\ XUJl- :'t.ti I" t I 1:1'11.1'1': !1..1.! > i'l!: AI.K: "II ideas about school. The Television ,
    --- 1:1: iii.lni>; UiKln, .iv II ,'Ih -.d.! .. t t'- MeetDr. anJ fifteenth of April.
    Kt'K .' ui l i: .''in u.ui., i .,',ni, 1.: \ i. I I A '! If I" II li| '.1!&...> It Chef de Gare Tr'outsill offer specialtyand Dentistry If I
    I..IK.' M >i.l I i 11"\ 'ill 'I t I 1,1)1:1.: : : <- for enter- a grower want< to grow (
    .1.! AII il knii-lt ) novelty acts your
    KII in i ..i -i'pal; .iii'tt. :-.., ,, 1"1 I." II- Iou I'.t'" i I1-. '-' lit Of 40 & 8 Group H. B. McLendon. a former plants for next Fall and he has !, fiDBEARBRAND /,
    t'l iiil.-i II4 K".nl Ut I !' \ .' i' "-.u k' Kl.l: tainment. ____.._.__
    .. r M.titvv I resident of Starke now dCLWL1Ldentistry ;; no plants at the present time. he !
    Stp t, : I t' hu Rehearsals are now underwayfor / I
    W H Graham. local buisnessman I received the
    in Orlando. will have to contact some
    H"-T-T";:; .. b..ctrolllU furnished I.KT J. II BOOM. Jit. the production under the supervision degree l glower l
    b. 'U and Legion Commander. was Honorable Fellowship
    71!* II \ \111.1101 U coveted who has field plants and then
    11"-"- < "uI.hl "nl$) Inquire ; of Suemma Grimes Yel- '' (
    i.tM'lly Si afu-r I |ii in.jtp'_ 4 J 4 (' \ 1II.KMI IW(., elected! Chef de Gare of Voiture at the 70th; annual meeting follow the above procedure In'' iiINSECTICIDES
    dramatic coach i }
    1 !> \LIs: ton. professional
    Local 13"S.10 & 8. at its Florida State Dental Socie- the
    for the
    : llol'SK (..r r.ntI' lltrOuk rmhrdnr: r promenade of the preparing plants nursery -
    hi'I "'i.:-I l.KI.AKK: who arrived here this week to i
    "' .. i- i utt.itjr. t ill nlahrtl: Ul"j.-rn 1..1..111. KurilFt .'rld. held at the American Legion I ty held in St. Petersburg Sunday .
    the Garden Club in presenting -
    t' II assist
    1 >vr
    II At.tii.diicU. .-r i. 'hur.>h St Starkf. .he.l Hall in Starke on Thursday night. this rollicking comedy. and Monday I Many home gardeners have

    J.,. .....n\ Ilk 'n:' 4 :4 :uhKtilt ;I ai-fniferati'r>.irtm iii i-and"iiiplrie h..t \with\ "t..r elotno Slfep | April 16. The 40 & S is commonly The conferring of the degree I shown a great interest in this new AND FUNGICIDE

    inn porth front and rear strictly\ recognized as the honorary and marks Dr. McLendon's entry into variety Some have been able to
    potatolip1- I
    -i \(.I-4't.p.rrktn 1" 1\"I.-. iln-e MI .\i'ply 4. Si uth I
    |.' I..M' Hi.uxa na. K "' 1I.tIt..Io. Kl.. **' -T MI Tu.k .\lIt.. Tif. lf.hKOK < fun-making society of the American Juvenile Talent the exclusive group of dentists II obtain plants during the past DUSTS FOR TRUCK CROPS
    ::'I I. M. SlAlkr. III' < I I
    their profes-
    Legion composed of those who have practiced year and have had an opportunity

    \\ iMKXV: :. \:NTKIJ.U. .".. ant I' 10.."It...:.XT r..I.| KurilJi..l.. .tt..I I"it...,,\f I.eJroomi tht: i| Legionnaires who have rendered J Sought By Lions sion in Florida continuously for to give the plants a good test Manufactured by SWIFT & COMPANY
    mail I''- th. M4k- > \IM li'trk |. w,.I.. "ii..l.-rn| ...lu-iu.iii-f- ..t.ltaItil'h.n. their' Presentation of the certificate have become
    service to interested
    outstanding Others in
    l.Kl years.
    iiriul SI f r instru.-tion:* ,.nl\ .- 1W Mr-I A. F I' ..
    U .tiiTtown. :\1.-. Jtl i It .i...t.. *f. M. \1.,11'11 St If organization.Other I For May 8 Event of honor was made before this variety after seeing the displays I I -

    toll \I.K: I Ii I i It \Il0S KK.r.VlRKD: :' officers elected are as the convention by Dr. Edward H at the State Fair and else- "YYYYYTYYYYTvYYYYYYYYYYYVTYYYYYYYYYVVyyyyyyyyyyy14tr.

    .k'i't.:\> Kl: > 2 r.>.m fume ,' Ma\or J R Wainwnght will Clarkson of Jacksonville chair- where. Hence. several inquiries !
    .... ifin til Make. III "" follows: W. T Coram Jr. Starke. -
    I'U "nt. m' <
    .1" 11111' It Ma 8. Sight ,
    .., 1\"..i ini- nutiI mi t: St.uk. >- II....."."' ..... ,.... cnnraBlrrdrn Chef de Train: Ray Stone. Starke deolaie Fnday, > man of this traditional ceremony.Dr. have been received asking. how '
    T-i ii.- I'. t' H.K *b!. Si*rk.- ItHYUKII' **. MiKiMiKimT0.1 [.Conservation Day for the city ot McLendon, who is a member plants can be obtained For nest 9 PIECE
    \\ rat.. st.rkr r'n Lampiste.: Arthur Hardee.
    : .a.I\I; : I.\ I'l.VNTS: I'ut Lake Butler. Guard de U Porte. Starke in support of the Lion's of the State Board of Dental home gardeners. it would not pas i ito :

    ti .. IntluiiuiK Ka-lrr I I'.llir- A'AXTED .. nurbt01 .Club Juvenile Talent Show whichwill Examiners made the response at.., attempt raising plants dunng
    ln..,.si It.. Ih.tted |'l.iinh.trl.oil ll.-i.nfj pra.f..il: r..r ijfneralduty Earnest Foster. Gainesville. Coti- .1 in the to :
    be held evening convention :
    \'h! It t'.un... ,'hll"lIliil p..ot.r' ,'t1U! !l.i>pital. mis Vovapeur: Dr. A. Y. Coving-j, the opening of the the summer for setting next Fail

    it lhh" 101 W. Tall St. Stark! Fla tf ton. Starke. Medicin: Dwieht football stadium Williani Kronen- the mayor's address of welcome. I In October there will be a plen; .. I BED ROOM J

    l'\'" > Vl.K--\..B..b.'nJ h'ui- traIl (,r.ulnr India KorZ ..<... Sullivan. Newberry. Aumonier: I jberger.: Lion's Club chairman fort Mrs MrLendon. the former ful supply of plants and the home

    rl .t\ K>lldlttol I'HiulIr At \ "I .: \.. r the event states that it is Florence Matthews of Starke. and gardener can secure the amount I
    .. block t't .'I Jess G Davis. Gainesville. Si sIt I
    J 1 r 1'1.\(1. ofte S. Nir 'Ttalia manner were
    EuI I tr..Jr "i hool bUIlding "I.! \ ,''."nh ro&n'h..1 and wrllr Gainesville. and shaping up in a.promismg their daughter. Jeannette, he wants at that time
    \\ ..,.hll.ltl..n .\>r_itt r,...tf.l liirh 114. -nt!< .....h tMH >#> Prince I'Juvenile. talent has been obtained present for the ceremony nM Cultural Mrthod L GROUP
    tor ;'t mis !:i, 'i.TJo and 11 eaon.Paulina Charles Partin. ?tarke Cheminot: i the
    .. ..,. ,. from Starke and Lawtey in The Fall setting of plants is I
    .'b'U t-Vl.K-Six rv> ra b.'UC. l iIeIe.r-dere .1.. Gard,.. Gainesville.! Con- Phone 80 Stark ha.
    i .....1 i. .>|>AI tnirnlmail "h.r.- ,u..i Karl r.ilmUox Jim Forbes. first week and it is expected that Office Explains best made about October S to' = _,
    11.n applications to participate earlier fruit Plants set in
    i ...1 nr.n v h< "l. light "at'ia I secure
    i. &-.h lrii.rvr) reauat.icI .. "lTE'T t..n SECt'R1T1F. Grand Cheminot: with Ar- roll in during the next week. Why Pecan Tree [:September will produce large 1-BED Was 95
    1. H..d.II."uth. 1I..IIII.t..n ... Fllt-pr.f I'r'I..t,> Security Box. thur Hardee. Joe Crawford. 169 11
    jtpK 5 I I Prizes have been donated in avery Down bushes but will be late in fruiting CHEST
    beautiful larK heavy duty IIt..1I Gainesville. \\'. H. Graham andT Was Taken :
    I box $IO IS rlui tat Bradford free fashion. and there will and will! put on an enormous crop IVANITYiVtNITYBENCJI
    ,'K S \1..: -<0 are: farm in tra,, M Finj} >\'. Lake Geneva being : If.
    r..iint Te'.eirraph! tt be for all entrants S R Johns of March Plants
    -.. bo'II > h'b."n" trud.I"IIII' prizes Acting Postmaster the first part I !
    - ii Ko.tu.li i-n biKhwa NV ofM. named Delegates to the Grand The Cisco Kid will" begin audi to receive a that set too late do 'not make 95
    FOU SAI.K: < x S x 1' ionircte thinks he is sure are 1 MATTRESS .
    ,;.3; .>' li.Mtrrn t rtu'tu h..u" Promenade in Orlando on May
    ; l!: l<"Ih.'I.tlall blllld: ririt Bl.-K : sc fa.-h Tlent >fi tions at a date to be announced number of inQuiries and pro- enough of a bush. and consequently 1 I-fOIL SPRINGS; NOW 139
    M<>rtar Mn and iVmtnt Bradford 21 and A J Thomas Jr SIJtSbeePnn..f' large I I'
    :;;::: : '0dl. -i fruit ''iu1 nut tic' Engineering Tompany Phone in order to screen talent. and he concerning the rerroval of do not produce a:, well.
    ., l-. tests 1 BED SPREAD I
    o. and Earnest Foster being : --
    1 _tf has stated that if outstanding trees fromin I The of fruit produced
    _: 1..11\.11..11. > *-n t>r u i .i- \ hw' one of the two pecan quality PILLOWS

    ::2i >'rll.. \.t. 11I"". K-'Uif : liox.ti>u.e.. v.. !, itZMOVV.rld' f:nest lawnmower narred Alternates ''talent is discovered it will" be of- front of the post office building depends upon the fertilizer pro- .:
    ma.'hme fr t.r rrnt sale by at t th-Farm IhHlr..or'. Home: fereJ an opportunity to appear on For this reason. he would gram followed. It is best to use ,. '_-:'-_, -----_- _' -_--.'_; '_-' _----" .. _7___ ._.,.-'-._ '4I 4 PJio1-

    'i'_ ''' .".'H S.\I.t-1 wal-.ut, .bo11r..Hu and .\..\ '. r 'r 1'lth and >"hetrt > OOQ' Obedience 'television Lions Club President like for the Telegraph to explain applications of 200 to 400 pounds C11; --=
    -a.- :: 1I..to hili.; l.t is 'o; r.itss # -. 4t.hg 4 ..4d.i B
    _ I I.r.\\ ii wool rue. and Oplnrl Training Class J. A. Torode and Chairman why the tree was removed Tuesday -;commercial fertilizer per acre r __
    -. ." Uri-. IIdll.! KN. -
    *t-t \
    = . \VA\TFl>-VWM.T > and n f<:: Kronenberger urge the young by the city's crew 'leach month The first applicationcan
    ''I.an < Sla>tr tia> Cu. ::tl' 3 I .. .
    ) !avi. > m.t.t th -
    .. high I'1'1'| :' l_" rs. l.t "Kh : Te Doe ObevJii'noe Training people of this community to enter Mr. Johns said that the tree be 4-7-5. but all subsequent .
    _ ..
    $ lAT, 1.I.r' .1,1 tli anil -hjin
    g 1it :' p I Krp: .r 11.1'n ilirmhull ;I the show in large numbers since showed some signs of rot and was applications should be 3-5-8 The
    : J.I <1 it irunntd to Mr K K t. cas< nducted by Dan Waters
    lC :.z.-i ;1- \to II.: .1 1'1" rig- :1.110: :' : there will be prizes for all en- leaning: noticeably toward the post ratio of Potash to Nitrogen should; I it4 I -. :: F\1 --
    and :
    Hatcher. Jr will hold
    Harry :
    >.\l.K:- TV ., in.IK K.'at.tnd For this reason.. In *- m
    Wll.l. 1'.\KK OAUE OF HAl.n trants The proceeds from this office building be at least two to one ""n.
    :: kid.Kl .' l: .\. nd. Starke. It.. its graduation exercises April 26 ttt:
    _ llih.'l"!.. lv thr ..rrk. l'b.II\ program will be placed in a the department recommended that cases. if the Nitrate Nitrogen ..-. mi/j '
    special ,
    :; __> \\ ;\1'_ FKMAI.E li.-u.-r HiL!' WAXTB1:.. Ucnrral: at the home of Major H1:: Hatcher. fund which will" be used to the tree be removed. Mr Johns ,the soil is high it will be ne cjsary -- I.I. f!
    | i.rk .11 nMder
    ? < par
    :::: 111-:11': \\ \MiuMAS' : I Tile ,'..rt.I Mrs :,.hl: at E.I :. Jr at Camp Blinding Maj defray the costs of the Lions I I to use a straight Po'.dM.fertilizer ;, -
    :- I 'iZ \\ !llI.\S tu ,1t'.trttt. said.The \. : .
    .&.: ;., \\ ..tLin. S.ith.nall.h..n..>rJ :i n'h.' M.tIrolt 1 t: Ibtl'hernli be the judge Club Sight Conservation program. pecan trees which graciously preferably Sulphate : -

    :: : 1'1 ,'llu..t" I" r-t.U>li.-hi'J ,'u.t"m..r.. HEXT-Two t.11..m turn:-h. I Those youngsters desinng to shed their nuts each fall on Potash at the rate of one hundred
    ____ in >urkr Full t.r url tiro. 1 .
    .d block hou ,
    newly redr. -
    I .rat enter the show the sidewalK'and street in frontof pounds Too much :-0.
    F'trn.gs unlimited X. 1 are urged per acre. :
    d .car or ed m \\ alnut St See tieorge ai Farming VeteransThe to con- ; Similar To
    .-; ulhrr n\*:linnt n*<-...-ar> I will ('on..,. Ulaad. Apt :C. at 10th ... .1 tact Charles S. Partin. Supervising the post office are very popular trogen will" cause the first fruit I ,
    f h < >u itlartedX rite Mr I
    < i >> gel Church
    :: C It Ruble lo 1>t. A-4 The J. R Sisi'AslIlR _ItP Farming Veterans of Brad- i Principal of Bradford High with tourists who get a kick out ,to crack andf: be soft, whereas .e above pictureEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAQ '

    -_ \VmWin. t'. Memphis. TVnn liplAtST WANTED School of picking the flavorful pecans with the amount of potash '
    Experimor ford County will hold their monthly in crier to register. The up i! proper : "

    mi NV". ljk# n.'a4 Surf IIOB not required Must I...High Willtnr sohool t > edu.-a-w.rk meeting at the American Cisco Kid will" plan his audition* for free. With the removal of ,the fruit will" not crack. but will I ;7j ,

    - t>. ari! \\ th ropr- l'I.--- r'u"i' :1:: an.h.:1 .\pplv I. w- Legion on the strength of the !lone tree however. the tourists. be firm. a bright red color. and of
    t. 1 11.i mi. i'-aJj.\t:;. I'h"! : r 4. ; f .. Hall or. Monday May 4 at S registra- '
    !Lg S p m :.u..s : ext week free sample! nut supply ha3 been ,.excellent: : flavor .

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