Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03166
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03166
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Pp- I East Florida Baseball Tournament t Heavy Vote Predicted Here


Begins Here Wednesday Afternoon

-.e. I The Tornadoes face Ketterlinu control. but he weakened in the As Campaign Nears End
I lof St. Augustine tonight (Friday final, walking three men, coupled ,,

: here in a return game. Bradfordwon with an error an.l two wild ;!

I t '.c from Ketterlinus 6-1 in St : pitches, allowing the Union Tiger3 j

k'l' : ? 4 Augustine j to score their three run.;. Thomas |

i : ; Starting Wednesday May 7 at |. probably set a high school record ; Close Races : Three Leading Contenders In Race For CongressIA'

r 1 p.m is the first game of the in striking out 19 batters. Ed

.; i _ _, northern half of the E. F. C. I. Teon: led the 19-hit parade getting << :,

''Tournament play. The second.I four singles tnd a d.uble in'six Are Shaping UpOn

'game is: scheduled for 8:30 p.m., official times at bat. Thoma

The two winners of Wednesday's ;( and VanAlstine: tie-i with four I

: games meet Thursday night at i i I hits each in five times at bat. > All Levels

o'clock with the winner playing ,1 David Anderson hUrd! 5-hit''

the southern half winner in Dej j ball at the Toi nadoea Tu"day

land for the Conference championship night to set them down 6Tes; With the echo of the last

Teams playing here will ,ton let up 10 hits t.} PKY uhn speaker's voice at the last

be Palatka Ketterlinu3, P. K.,,I led thre Tornadoes 4-2 up to the political rally fading: into the

.. Yonge and Bradford. The strengthof I J; fifth inning. With two out in the distance, Bradford Countianswere
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the teams playing h"re appear, fifth. the Tornadoes jumped on pausing to "think things

Pictured hbove are scenes of the motorcade of Bradford Countains even and the outlook is for a (I Anderson for three runs and a | over" this weekend before Green tiny \inlrev\H Klll> Matthew- .

that drove to Jacksonville airport Sunday afternoon to welcome Rev. good tournament with no out- \ 5-4 edge.: PKY managed to put flocking to the polls in whatis l I'x < :in i ,. .,. ,s.neJ! tiup.tijt.er ;'. I d" \flit re\\ Stark. busmen 1>. R I iBliGamesvill' : \ I \1.." "
W. E. Hall of the Pine Level Baptist Church, back from a tour standing team. across two more runs in their half ,
pastor expected to be record breaking -;; i- hninit: t A i los. tni- \\<-ek mlill 1 is this wtk putting i the fininuihtN ha... Iit'dl ,
of European mission fields. Top scene shows a part of the cars in In games played during the pat of the sixth inning rn thrc.single numbers next Tuesday. his l..lol'jull'lmnl[ ii [tot retiiin to ishii;.: ; ')1a campaign for speaker at politual I : 4",

the motorcade. Center, left to right: Rep. Doyle E. Conner, (next per- week the Tornadoes broke even,'i i, and a couple of wild: pitches.! The.I II Hotly contested races on every Congress wheie ho -el red the old Congress: ; from the new Eighth Dis Bradford County and ha I a1Ii.e> ,
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son unidentified). sheriff P. D. Reddish who served as motorcade ( blasting Lake Butler 32-3 and| Tornadoes loaded the: base3 ir. the level -county district. state, and 1|I Second District for 20 years. trict. He has based his campaign a thorough campaign ihioughni'

chairman: Rev. Hall :Mra. Hall, and Highway Patrolman Fillingim. | losing:: to P. K. Yonge 6-5 in a i sixth but couldn get a man. national-will find few qualified]Though getting under way late. tactics on meeting and talking the Eighth District in his ,'ami.i

Lower view shows a portion of crowd that awaited tht arrival of Rev. 1 cl' se game. I honuIn the last lronmgnl'ith'r voters able to resist the urge tc I he has brought one of the most intensive with aa many people as possible cy for Congress.
i De .\i1) Thorn: pitched: a 10 hit: and active campaigns of throughout the
Hall and two* other Baptist ministers who made the tour. Rev. HaIrs threatened rThe 1 get in the act by casting a ballot district, and has Matthews, who is a liti-i.m/., :: r.
team to
gameagainst Lake Butler Up tc -c : his career to a fast finish. In his been making the rounds without dent of Alachua
members of his I i I on May 6. County, h.> ,
expenses on the tour were paid by congregation.New the last inning Thomas had great Tornadoes now ha\ .1 1 14: rocn.d Keen interest in the forthcom speeches he has reviewed his long letup since his announcement last ised in his talks to fight i u pi" I

record of achievements while in November. duce the tax burden b .
ing primary is indicated > pra 1.1
by the
: fact that OS ; Congress stressing hi; experience, Having been reared on a typical! economy in government M i I'
Brooker Market Will Be Scene Baseball BUS Band Concert applications absentee ar.d his acquaintances in Washing small Florida farm advocated
Midget 1 I ballots, an unusually high number ton. and knowing pensions for <.M! ( < ,
have already been filed. need for balancing; agricultural Zeus, based on the COM "I i i v
I Green has stated that he will income in this section with industrial and their need. He hah .

Of Big Fish Fry Saturday Afternoon Slates PracticeDr Set For May 8 ;:jMered I Bradford voters County divided has 4.636; reg. I work for tax reduction "through payrolls. Andrews has cooperation with fa rill pi.'! -.m.sfull I'

as follows i cutting off S5 per cent of foreign beer. stressing the importance of labor legislation that is i I.m '
II I gift-aid money" and by eliminatir.g bringing small industries into thiS labor capital and the genera! pu

Mayor Hewlett S. Anderson of L. Wilson, director of State Farmers A Y Covington.: commander The BHS Band will present itfi I 4.100 DemocratsUlnte I unnecessary govemment expenditures section of Florida. lIe is president lie. He has promised to work i,,
i i Colored 500 I and departments. He has of the non-profit corporation that fair rights Of the veteran anti '. .
Brooker announced yesterday that Markets. These two officiah'I of Jones-Langford-White Post 56, annual spring Concert during
everything is in readiness for the I will speak briefly, as will Senator : The American Legion announced : White stated that he will work for an was organized by citizens of Starketo the extension of clectrii! i t.i. ..
| Music Week. Thursday. May 8 65 Colored 8 I amendment the old construct to the niral
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to a
: age pension factory building for areas
big fish fry which will officially\ Charley E. John., RepresentativeI this week that the Legion's Midget Fourteen
; at 8 p.m. in the U. S. O. building electors are registered I and -ocial security laws eliminating lease to a manufacturer of work Matthews has -.
Political (
mark the opening of the nff I Doyle E. Conner. Baseball League will start practice 11' as members pronuSt'j
State Farmers Market at Brook;: : speeches will be banned, the Mayoi I next Monday afternoon with The program will include both I For the of "minor" parties I r.eeds pi oVisions, property restrictions clothes. This factory is successfully champion legislation \\hirh wouu-
Ir | first time, inspector* etc. and to make old I operating today and Andrews
I strengthen
er this Saturday afternoon. i stated. games soon to follow. classical and popular nuiiber and I our fight against th
I I ;] clerks in the believes that what
I populous Nortiii I age pensions available to all who has been done Communists and has
Mayor Anderson states that the The first beans appt-ared I: The Starke Post organized the [ presented the I expressed
green: I by entire band and! i i Starke precinct where close t"- I are 65 years of age and to include here can be done by other small his opposition to socialism, socIal
fish is being served free of Baseball .
Midget League two I
supper on the Brooker market Tuesday, year i! several solo artists. All proceeds' 2.000 electors are registered, wIJ): I totally disabled persons without: towns in the district. ized medicine, and the FEPT Hi
charge and that more than a thou. : and was at that time materially .
sand visitors are expected to en- and a few squash and potatoes are aided by the donation of uni 1 will go into the uniform fund in I will work in shifts. The firui>

Joy this event with the Brooker also being handled there. A new forms for the 90 boys playing on. an effort to increase band member to 7 man the polls:: from 7 a.m. up to the maximumamounts. auto supply and farm implc-I allies in the defense program bUt
p.m. voting time), I has insisted that
growers who,wl11 be hosts on this bean grader ha3 been placed or the six teams by the followingI ship from the present 45 to 60( while the !> meat business in Starke Andrews' : our allies assunu
members. second shift will takeo'r Green states that he will fight I their full share of the defers bu
occasion. Farmers and theit the platform: by L. R. Morris &i I business men: B. T. Thomas.( 1 for the tedious job of tabulating I ran for county tax assessor and 1 den.
for benefits for veterans and
families are especially j invited, Sheriff P. D. The band icceived I war
Reddish. recently
Co. of Columbia, S. C.. and a cucumber George the vote. In the 1918 elec was elected.<< He is now complet- Before .
'y he aaI& The supper will be served Kwpdouaos. W. H. & Stanley, "superior" ratings in all phases of: I to knock government regulationsand : resigning last Jam
tion clerks his
ing first term it that office.
I washer and waxer ha. I were on duty 32 hour restrictions from small businesses i : Matthews was a longtime. ,MIt.ployee
at 5 p.m. Noegel. Ed Torode and W. H. as participation in the Southeastern '
| in the North Starke precinct.! I Communism, and use. He has served as president of" of the Flor,
: Guests of honor on this occasion I I been set up by V. B. Hook & Co., Graham, who acted as sponsors of Regional Band Contest fight i University ol
Supervisor of Registration Albert I the power of impeachment to drive j the Starke Chamber of Commerce s! da. He served for one term In n
will be Commissioner of Agricul also of Columbia. Both of thesffacilities the original teams. Tickets, which are priced at 75c I... !' I' I
\ Crosby and is incumbent of the State
I I Jr. will hold a i' dishonesty and corruption from! president Legislature from Ala. -
:1 ture. Nathan Mayo and William i are available for public I In the first year tne i,,cal teams for adults and iOc for otudents. school of instruction Monday night t I high places in Washington. Starke Rotary Club. County.in .
will be sold 'the
by Baud Patent
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1 played regularly scheduled garnerboth 1 :3,0 o'clock in the courthouse'I
at home and and the Organization and the Starke I to brief clerks and I
Processors Take Strawberry Output away Musicale and will be available i inspectors on: contest" between Senator Richard this county. D It i Bill-)
program was so well received that procedure in handling voters at CANDIDATESNOTICE
the teams will be : at Canova's Pharmacx after May: I. the polls. B. Russell and Senator Estes Ke. Matthews of Gainesvill->und.m
rrorgjiized; 1st. fauver. now battling it out in this closely contested rat I'
I along practically the line I
Strawberries continued to dominate day) the processors bought191 ;I with same I Voting will be complicated thi I Florida in the interest of their On the county level ii-\-i i .
Herb Thomas
t the sales at the Starke Slate 21-quart crates at 20c p.-r q.urt supervising for time by the fact that a special I ij: campaigns for the Democratic Candidate.-, are reminded by is
I: the American Legion assisted Scouts AdvanceAt I "ho being generated by the vgo
Farmers Market this week, even and 61 36-pint crates at !$-\ per byCoaches -pital ballot will be issued I I' Party nomination as President Clerk of the Court A. J. Thoma

though the deal switched from( crate. Total revenue from I the James Hobbs: and Harold I[ to every elector in addition to the r.1 I This first primary vote for President not to forget the regular "fir '. latin race where incumbent R>

the fresh market to the processors two-day sales to piocfs.-.crS': School Hazelwood Staff of Bradford High Rotary Meet I regular Democratic and Republican I is merely "complimentary" Monday" filing of reports that 1 presentative: Doyle E Connei >!

of frozen foods. I $2,612.80. j ji primary ballots. The Republican and is not binding on delegates tr arf dtn in his office on May 5. opposed by ex-Representativ.-' .

A this time, the Breyer Ice I Total receipts for the season i The teams this year will besponsoied : It wa,. advancement day for Boy ,j ballot will be printed or!i I the National Convention who will "I know that all candidates will P. Roberts. The Sheriff race ,

Cream Co. of Philadelphia. Pa. and (which some growers have described -'I I by the following loca!:|; Scout Troop 70 at the Rotary Club blue paper and contains only three? i be picked in the second primary always a big drawing card at th
entire businessmen and businesses: names--the be very busy on the day before polls, also, and this .
Plant City is staking the in when Republican candidate May 27. .t'ar'111) N
as the worst Wednesday Court of Review
a long a Ion "
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Alvarez Store Slade Gas election, Clerk Thomas said "butI
other, SheriffP. for Governor. no exception Incumbent. PI'
here. However, I
berry output
time) now :stand at $186.499.60. was held and the Scout i The threecornred race forGovernor
D. Reddish. Guidon Grill, Koch'fDrug urge each and every one not t'1
are expected to begin of Ii i Reddish il opposed by T C I ii'ia\
processors Samples the Democratic
This represents sales of 21.67C3pint : coming up for promotion were bal
Store, Denmark Furniture : featuring Dan McCarty forget the regular monthly re
buying by May 5. A few 36rintI crates and 491 24-quart guests of Rotary at luncheon. I lot and the special hospital ballo i i ton) Crawford Reddish am
('I).. Noegel Bros.. and Thomar: ;: iI I Alto Adams, and Brailey Odham. ports that are due on Monday." Crawford
crates are still being sold for crates. I j( | Advancement to First Clas are reproduced elsewhere in thi! i running mates fOUl
local consumption. The frozen) I I I Lumber Co.Practice I were: Jan Mundorff, Charle! issue. Electors are advised tc. I Others in this campaign are not : years ago, with the decision goingto
During the week 27 crate ,
food processors buy in 21-quart past ., games will be held I study these ballots generally considered in the runS Bradfordites have a double stake Reddish by a narrow margin
of Tender Green Beans wete sold I daily during the Summer month\ Kirkland, Jerry Gibson ant'I :? carefully sc:'I
crates and the grower gets hi | Wayne Mundorff. that they will be familiar with) ning. Each of the contenders i i., in the Congressional race with eight votes.
1"I! at the market at $3 per crate. and one game a week will be
crates and cups back. A small amount of Red Bliss Potatoes played from home Advancing to Second Clas3 wen them before entering the voting;;. saying harsh things about his run- two Starke men seeking electionas Several other interesting can-
During the week ending AprilSO away against tS booth I mates, and fast finUh irt
Archie Freddie Stevens ning a
I Green
and Yellow Crookneck from the new
Squash other midget teams. Only boy? Representative are on tap (see sample balloij
the fresh market tok 763 I Lonzo Kirkland, Glenn McCord Among the spirited races thai t t: ] predicted for this race which got !
Were also handled. between the ages of 8 to 15 are Eighth District. Guy Andrew? j Section Three) and will contribute
crates at an average of $5.10. Roddy Struth, and Jimmy Hazen.: will 3PUr the voters on to the poll:r.! off to a sluggish startOther I
$3OO6.11.I' Bradford County's bumper crop; I j eligible for the midget teams, and Lex Green are the local candi to the big vote expected .
bringing attracting'little ,1
growers E. T. Shull new institutional 1. next Tuesday are: I state ra(-es are ,
In the first two days of their of green corn is still several week there being three teams from P .1 datt's both with following?
The large
to 12 representative for the troop from. hard-fought "popularit:: interest on thc part of votersIn county.
: two teams from 13 to 15 ,
here an-l Theain the
!operation (Monday offing. I the RotarY. had charge of the
and the local Legion Baseball --

Program will include its Junior program. Former Resident Mrs. Blackwelder
I Brooker 4-H Girls Give PTA Program Legion Team which will represent I BHS Politicians Get SloganHappyAs

Starke in Tournament play in i Died At Bay Pines Buried At Ft. Call
: Nears
Thursday night April 21. tr.c! Receiving; recognition for outstanding District and Area competition and Bowling Tourney t Student Council Voting

4-H Club girls presented a program WOl k in the county were: William A. Dryden Sr, 59. a FlInf'ralI'rvkes fort I" Sx >
:I quite possibly in the State Tournament Still
for the Brooker PTA at its Annette Green in gardening: MJ- to be held ir. Starke beginning Led By Lab I: former resident of Starke. died what student body presicknt cooperation betweffi fadiltv and Blackwelder. 79. wenrondur:*

regular meeting. Fifty-five )parents mie Clark in sewing: and j ath.'- I August 5.Memorial. Sunday. April 27. in the Veteran' Arley McRae termed "the hottest students' on Monday, April 21, at t '> I'IC(

teachers, and friends were rins Harrell in canning. Awards With an average score of 833: Hospital at Bay Pines, near St. political race BUS has ever seen" j Gene Shaw rrA. Student by Rev. Fort of the Harmon K-

present. The girls said their 1-H were gold medals and certificates the Lab Team remained at the Petersburg. He had been in i1 even candidates for student body Council delegate to District Will Baptist Church. <>f "*-h

pledge, sang the National song I awarded by Miss Dorothy Ross, Day lop of Humphrey- Gold Botvlirg health for ome time. offices enter their final week of Student Council Meet. "Quote incas she was a member. She iiH Au,
and had dress in hich Hoiie Demonstration 20 at the home of her 11. '
revue Agent. League this week Mr. I i.
j I I Dryden and his wife whc campaigning today being for more school spirit
they modeled the dresses, skirt, The girls served cookie and Program Held Individual ratings were a?,I died here in May. 1919. lived on Posters carrying "The Right and closer relationship; between Mrs. Cecil Crawford

aprons and accessories they madein fruit punch which they had made follows: the old Heenan Williams pecar ( Way is Conway". "Get Ahead with students and teachers", said Gene. Her husband W A ); ..

club work the past three months. themselves i The annual Southern Memorial __ Best individual average to da" .I grove place east of Starke until Honest Ed". "Don't be Mean Vote Vice President: Edwin Prevatt; welder preceded her in >Ii'' *>' 'I

I -j: Day exercisesere held last Fri Bob Shannon. 111. I June 1949! when he moved tf'1 for Gene". and "Be Happy. Vote Football, Track. I stand for help 32 years. She is survib! ',
NEVER A DULL MOMENTl Best individual to dat". sisters, Mra. Eulela Shavi mid M
ii.iv at the BHS stadium game Apopka. ;1 Kappy" flood the school halls. ing the students to get what they
reremonit're opened with a Joe McGee 209. I He was born July 20. 1S92: ir want from the faculty," he said. Josie Williams, both
,band selection which was followed Beet three-game total to date. Callahan the son of W. J. and Promises impromptu speeches! Fredrick Conway; Class President five daughters. Mrs. ]Ia.- Ui ,e
L the invocation Glen Wade. 527. Havana handshaking are part of the: Lake City, Mrs. Crea.iu Mat
Dy given by C. S Nancy Knight Dryden Freshman and Sophmoreyears.
T- I P lrtin. Principal of BHS. Highest average number of and was the oldest of three childr'n. battle for popular approval. J Vice-Pres. Junior Class. Hudaon Mrs. Dora dawn'"i
strikes to date. Bob Shannon. In McRae's language, "besides Lawtey Mrs. Flonri I' I fiX'
A short speech of welcome tc He has a number of fnendfand Beta Club Student Council. Said
266. having a B average, the candidates -\ : Gainesville, and Mrs KII-TI B:
the United Daughters of the Coniederacy relative: in this areaMr Fred. "I'm for a democrat
Highest have to be all 'round. They ler. Tampa; and cm- son, A*
average number .
and to the guests war sparjrto Dryden was educated: in thepublic student government".
given by Tom McClane. Mrs. L. date. Gerald Crawford, 3.60.I I' schools of Callahan and have to be good.:' V. Blackwelder. Wau 'hu'' i _

G. Powell president of the local I! served in the Navy in World War A school interview disclosed tht Secretary Mary Sue Epperson: grandchildren and 11 gt-at g>'-i'
Student Council to Dis-
I delegate
UDC Chapter spoke in response Bishop Will Retire I in London. He married Mi ? following qualifications: children.
trict Student Council Meet, past
to.the welcome. !Mary Dan McQuage in 1922 and For President of the Student Pallbearers wire W H '>"'
From summer President of Teen Town
Rev L. A. Shepherd presentedthe City Council lived briefly in Charlotte. N. C Body: Kenneth Conway, Beta Annual Staff. A J. Crawford L. M MH'leHa:

main address and benedictionThe At End Of Term I and Jacksonville before making Club Student Council, delegate JoAnn Smith: Secretary of Stanley Crawford Fisher (,ask

exercises were concluded I his permanent home in Washing to State and District Student' Freshman class. Student Council,, and David Shaw

with another band selection.In H A. Bishop Jr. chairman of ton. D. C., where he was associated Council Meets. "Students .should delegate to State and District Interment waa in the F'.r < a-

the afternoon members of the the City Council. ha.? again announced I I' with the Western Union. have more voice in student govern Student 'ouncil Meet Cemetery in Union Counts *..->

UDC Chapter went to Crosby his intention to retire.!j Survivors include two son!'. William ment". says Ken. A political rally is set for the I DeWitt C Jones In c harg'rangementi. <"f

Cemetery to decorate the gravesof from the Council at the end of A., Jr. of Tappahannock Va. lousor candidates 1 .
Johnny Kop > Student morning of May 6, when the I
all soldiers buried there. his present term next Oct. 1. and James H. of Falls Church
I I Council. Speech Club. Band President will make their final speeches -
Bi stated \'a. brothers. Frank W. of
hop that his retirement two
I' delegate to State and Dis before the student body Voting!
from the Council will take : Keystone Heights and A. J. of
Recent ''
trict Student Council Meets. Annual by secret ballot will take platt.in
place whether or not he is elected Route 2, Starke; and three grar.d- YOUR FAILURE TO
1 the
Editor stand for better the USO following rally
and Mrs. Arch J Thomas to the Board of County Com- '' children. Mark. Marty and Marlene ,

I Jr announce the birth of a son misiioners from District 3. Since Dryden of Tappahannock.Services .

1-MInute Photo by the Teltpraph Arch J Thomas, III. on Sundayin he has established residence: out- ;: were held Wednesday Presbyterian MeetingIs Election Day Booth VOTEMIGHT

Riverside Hospital. Jacksonville side the city limits of Starke. he'feels April 30. at 2 p.m. in the Geo. C.
The vicinity of TempleAvenu "' q Mjrably enlivened last Fri that he hould not be a'L '1: Peeler Funeral Home SalisburyN Set For May 8 'To Aid Band Fund

day night when fU tf et took a notion candidate for re-election to the C. Interment was in Chestnut BE
to o Mr and Mrs. Charles Meyers, Members of the Presbytery! of The newly formed Band Parer-u!
put ptu affair Council. Bishop aid ) Hill Cemetery there ;I THE END OF
Suwannee invited meet
at of Jacksonville announce th? I are I Organization will m&intam a refreshment -
r"S with the of North
birth of a daughter, Sandra Joan 1: stand in from ofjTorode's
., Saturday in St. Vincent's boa Council Not To Meet Singing Convention Florida on Thursday, May 8. at Pi'eedoiiiiliizez'ica[

Mrs. Meyers is the fornt r On Election Day : The Union-Bradford Singing 1:30: p.m to disctus matters pertaining I Chevrolet Garage all]

-"\ Carpenter of Stark Convention will meet at Bayless to the progress of the, ,1' day election day May 6, for the

: The regular City Council meet Highway Bapt'ut Church (former Presbyterian Church in Starke. | purpose of raising money: foi in

Mrs. George Kaufmanr ing will not be held Tue3day night: ly Corinth) for an all-day sing All Presbyterian people 01 band uniforms. I
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he birth of a daugh May 6. which is Election Day.I on May 4. Don't forget to bring : Starke and the community and: The patronage of the public !

pn Sunday. April 1 The m'etingill be held Tuesday; .i that well-filled basket along for all others who are interested in i

neral Hospi,,,i. night. May 13 at 7:30: p.m I dinner on the grounds.Raymond the local Church are urged to at. I will be greatly appreciate1.I !

Brown President. tend I

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Bradford County Telegraph The farmers & .. -' .---
HAMPTONBy BAYLESS HMAY\ are rl'aliy busy -
now :Mrs Clark and kids are
Crosby Mammoth
Mrs. M. C. SweeneyVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ digging Irish potatoes. The Ruby, Store-Wide Sale
Crosbys and all others anputting''
rubllshed Every tnaaj rtjfft and Entered as Second ReJ E. Ladd filled his regular out nitrate of soda to the iotn .
UteM Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. Woman's! Council '| appointment at Bayless Highway The crops really look good. Notice j .

The April meeting of the Wo ( Baptist Church Sunday morn ,I some of the corn is beginning tc """"" ,r ,
Member BMB 1952 I man's Council of the Christian I ting and evening and was dinner, tassel.. Sure will be glad to begin I j
Church was held on Thursday I guest of Mr. and Mrs T. N. Nor : getting some corn and peas to eat.
!afternoon of last week at the. man. j i i :Mrs. H. B. Kelly added 100 new! :::s

Subscription 12.75 Annually fjgf $1.30 For Six Months home of Mrs. Jessie R. Chastain Time of Training Union has: !! chicks to her flock this week I :;::::::::::::.
Visitors were Mrs. Wesley An ;been changed from 7 p.m. until: She is smart to get them now and
ON ENDORSING CANDIDATESEvery drews and Mrs. Ara Moitt of: 7: 15 p.m. every Sunday evening.: not have to use so much heat tc' ----

Starke. 'Preaching will begin at 8:30: pm., keep ,them. warm. j jK
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Mrs. Verna D. Young and son on the second and fourth Sundays.1Everyone ''
now and then someone asks if the Telegraph is go-
is invited :::
Howard are spending several! to attend the 'CaCf' of G. W. Hagen U..d.
ing to endorse such and such a candidate for office or if we weeks in Tampa where Howard is I' services. TO A Ll. OIKIJITOH AMICLUMV.NTSl ::;

intend to single anyone man out of a race and recommendhim undergoing medical treatment ira I The Union County Singing Con YnU are herehy :notified t nli- .

to the voters as being the best qualified for the position Tampa hospital. Friends are, vention will meet with the Bayle? the your estate claims with and the areouii'Count*Judg against- .f,} 11/IIIItN_
glad to hear he is convalescingnicely Highway Church for an all-day: Bradford County. Florida after I.
sought. same have been duly sworn"' aith- Quantity Rights Keserved.
after a serious head opera event Sunday. Everyone io) invited ]:j In Eight calendar nonthfr ', 'he Prices (good Thru Sat. May 3
We have usually taken the position that if any great issue tion last week. I ( to attend and bring a basket date of first publication 4 'his ,
involved where the line between right and wrong lunch null"' > ; .j :' -:-- -, '. -- -- --'-
was Waldon Wadvvorth of the red t>v Statutes: Lmiit.i < --- --- : :_ = :::::--
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was clearly defined, we would not hesitate to advise our readers Merchant Marine Service is spending I I Hubert: Kelly of South Florida i I April J'.th.H S l''+j.Hjz-n. Ex.r -
which, in our opinion, was the best choice. We have never some time .at his home here.,' was visiting relatives here Sunday)t, 4l.ia 4' t6,|\ i
and will never, however, make a recommendation to voters On his most recent trip he visited' afternoon. I I $75lJlJfJ Free PrizesLovett's

based on purely personal likes and dislikes.To Rome Italy, and had an interest '!: Had a nice visit with Mr. and >> MACK BACK
recommend one man above others seeking the same I ing tour of the famous ruins there Mrs. A. C. Ellis Sunday evening

office, we would have to know his background and this Mr. and Mrs Will Hunt and I I I They have finished gathering their Will Give
little daughter, Renee, of Sanford, in Away Free
knowledge would have to be based on something more substantial -) spring crops Miami and art Return Absolutely
have been recent overnight guest now devoting full time to the cow
in his campaign
material contained
than the blurb I
of Mr. and :Mrs. M. L. WaUer-on and pasture here. 159 Bendix Snow White ;:
literature. We would have to be convinced beyond the shadowof Baby Valerie Gray has returned: I Mr. and Mrs. Buck Woods IIi Richard (Dick) Mack 795, Food Orders Worth
doubt of his personal honesty and integrity, and above i Washing Machines. <
a home after fc
: a tenday'isit with Jacksonville and Mrs. H B :{pily NV ': $10.00 Each
all be sincerely convinced that he could and would do a better I her grandparents in Tampa. were visitingtheir brother-in !law yLp. 1 Yrs. Supply of Magic ;

job in the office sought than others seeking the same posi- Mrs Mattie McAlhaney, of Raiford Rowe, in Bay Pines Htmpi' Action "ALL" Deter- 5J> 159,000 "SnowVhite"
tion. Ueevesville, S C. arrived Friday tal during the weekend. Mr R.'\\'-
We believe that every voter should) make it a point tot I i night for a visit with her daughter was! critically injured in an gut > gent. It Comic Books
find out all he can about every man in any particular race I Mrs. J. W. Home and family. mobile accident a few day, M-:: 4 *
and should delay making his final choice until he has enough Fred Whiddon another Merchant but is improving a little Nothing to Buy! Winners in Every Store!
himself that he has found the Had the surprise of my life I UM! ;p. .
information at hand to satisfy Marine man is home for a .r- '
man best fitted for the job. This should be done, even if visit with his family. Last \vrek week when we received an an ,, .l: :_ -=- :. _: _. .:: _-:

the decision is not reached until the final hour that the voter end :Mrs. Whiddon's mother. Mr*. ; nouncement from our dall l.h': "ASTOR" Vacuum

goes to the polls. Of course, this is not usually the way it their Earle Van Alstine of Cocoa, was; '' Doris,, Jimmy telling us Johnson she and, wentl.r her husband PackedCOFFEE I

IS done. Too many voters base their decision on personalities, guest.
m rhlllht.'rPhdh
proud patents i
and other whims. Mr. and Mis Charlie OnsloPerrine \ IIf t
heresay recommendations, MHrga-.t bu' +n+ April 11
We are frank to say that we would not presume to tell Thursday were night supper of :Mr.guests and Mr-ii.!. Thev li'u lN'H\ -_n 6.tid; St LB. CAN 79CCOCA

you what man would make the best Governor of Florida. If Claude May. "Butch" Dudley of ,
we had the sixth sense to look into the future and tell you the Jacksonville Naval Air Station (''' 7'u"

that, we would be glad to do so. We do feel, however, that if was a weekend guest of the .' ,
enough voters take the time and trouble to find out all they :Mays. ; ( -

can about the candidates, and then go to the polls on May 6 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Branren I J -

and vote their honest convictions, the best man for the office spent Saturday and Sunday m ,, COLA ORANGE E JUICE
will get the job! Tampa and were accompaniedhome
by Mrs. Nora Layfield. who
had spent the past week with her t\:. You-all should To The Carton of 6 46-oz. Can

Would Your Fire Insurance Rebuild daughter there. t\ try this top i FLORIDA RAILROADand ; 11C 15C
I Mr. and Mrs Leactor. Wynn Plus Deposit I
Your Home At Today's Prices? Mrs. T. C. Chastain and Mrs. May I t.{j taste treat DONALD DUCK'Swift's
Sweeney attended the Political I!
It the amount of Insurance has not ben adjusted PUBLIC UTILITIES I .
jour Rally and Barbecue Chicken Supper by;\ Yes indeed thisis
lately, chanceare jou're dangerously underinminnl. Famous ShorteningJEWEL
at Keystone Height* on Sat i
Why? Because the value of everything has gone up. A the old-fashioned COMMISSIONRichard
urday. \
house which once cost $7.500 Is! worth $15,000 and up i iI !"
; kind of Brunswick stew
tOIIa)'. Let us !how you how you can "keep" your I Lb.
home even if you lose it by fire. they used to serve! [Dick] Mack has 3
OFF1CK SUPPLIES worked hard as a memberof N65C
J. 0. ( ) Insurance ) Talk about good to ,,'
Jerry Gay Agency OF ALL KINDS !'. this vital state commission
116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 785: AT cat! Your family will to bring you better

/WAOrOKD CO. TKLKGKAPH ; ':. rave over this one A service from gas, electric,

i ;i" and so will Easy train, bus, truck, telephoneand Tropical Brand
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I! :...:/i to serve mightyeconomical (. telegraph companies. ,
I Florida born he is World
; too! \ War II veteran, University TOMATOES 1
; at all better dealers No.303
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of Florida graduate, successful iOI

iIrst; in LYKES BROS., Inc. I I ) business man. For better

tlIJJ IIIlo,,;' by ffodJII government, vote for . I i I!

Cherry Ho Red Pie ji j!

Political *.1. Paid by
Crown and Crown + Dick Mack for R.R. Commiuio/i Committee
YEAR AFTER YEAR, I James O. ioljer, Campaign Tnu. CHERRIES No.2
Extra gasolines are the largest-selling 19WNo

motor fuels in the area served by Stand ---- ._ -
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Re-Elect Justice -
This continued outstanding public preference -
2'/2 Argo Bartlett No. 303 Can Minot -
is due to their dependable, all- Cranberry

round prJrmance( in every kind o!: B. K. ROBERTSTo Can Can

weather, | tray kind of road to the I PEARS 19C SAUCE 16h2CI

fact that Crown and Crown Extra are
constantly improved to meet changing )
motor needs. They gi>e the best balanced the Florida : I No. 303 Cannon Asparagus No. 303 Can Val. Prime Grad.

combination of smooth power, lively acceleration Supreme CourtHe Can Con

and protection against engine- I SPEARS 33C PEAS 1 ll12CNo |

ping and vapor-lock. measures up to the high
Today, stop in at the familiar rcd.\\hite4 I competence and standardof
integrity Floridians de- 2 Cans Blended
O'Sage Donald Duck Pints
and-blue Standard Oil sign for a tankful mand of Justices of their *'

"of Crown or Crown Extra. Discover for Supreme Court. Can
yourself why they are the South's most (Editorial) "jt' JUICE J I E 7C MAYONNAISE 19C

popular gasolines. B. K. ROBERTS. B. K ROBERTS
Campaign Manager Campaign Treasurer -- -- - ---
fill with Crown
Anytime you up or
Crown Extra you can be sure of the most r (Paid Polittcal Adr Vita Foods 2-Lb. Jar Apple 8-Oz. Kline's Pie Crust

dependable industry has motor to offer.fuels--.: the petroleum ...... I, JELLY Jar 25C M I X 7 Pkgs.19C

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r .............................. Infantry Regiment. He is assigned had supper with her and Mr 1 I ter, Mrs. Green of Middleburg TTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTT : Y'"unghlood! celebrate his 76th birthday Thur ua\", April .::Mj ,

rKEYSTONE as S-2 (Intelligence) Officer Thornton. ;i were visiting Mr. Mae Wells last huthday! anniversary. j cake and candles.Mrs .

HEIGHTS COLUMNBy I in Headquarters First Bat Mr. and Mrs. L.V.. Murphy i: week. GRAHAMBy Little Rosa Lee McKmnov George R.\t !I' \i I I' [.ui i ....r

: talion. Capt Eby is a graduateof were in Ocala Sunday to visit Lt. I Mr and Mrs. Doc Wamwright daughter nt' Mr and Mrs ..lohrMiKinm daughter Mix S. 0 "-'ilmin ::'

Mrs. Sara :McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA Yale University and before returning -I and Mrs. Charles A. Ford. Their I and children of Jacksonville spent :\Iri. Bonnie :McKlnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA \ > I'lebiated her hi'h Sta-'ki Sundt:.'
to the service
I operated visit occasioned .
was by critical !- Sunday with relative in Lawtey. ---
I a nursery here. illness of little Unda Ford |

which the presidential race. ,i The center of interest in KeyStone who i<= a patient in an Ocala hos- j Frank Wells of Okeechobee Mrs. Charles :Miller, daughterof CHARLES ;
Tfor he May hosj I 1 1
The barbecued chicken dinner this weekend is the opening pital. Friends hope for continued i|I spent the weekend in Lawtey Mr and Mi>. Raeder. has returned .

I several years been presented I.served by the Rotary Club will!!j of the new State Bank today improvement and a speedy recovery. -: Mrs. Wells and daughter Nina to her home in Now y'rk i
School of the Com
by munity the Sunday Church, will this year b'! I'I long be remembered as a culinary I] (Friday). Complete details of ,; returned home with her husbandon State She spent two and a halt HARDY
this event will be found in '
sponsored by the PTA. It will triumph even though a relatively !! a special Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and Sunday after a stay of twc months with her parents and 1-1.
small number enjoyed it. Threaten section of this week's Tele daughters of Live Oak dinner :I weeks
start at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon I! were with her mother Mrs. Effie joyed fishing and vi-iting friends

May 3, in the park. Admission ing weather sent some of the I I graph. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I I Miner. Other guests of Mrs. Mrs. Alice Starling and biotht-i
will be 50c. The usual) crowd home before dinner and Cox Sunday at noon. I Miner on Sunday were the Howard
dances and pantomimes will be only about 350 to 400 were served. : Mrs. A. P. Moore of Miami spent : Miners of Jacksonville. for
:' I Wynn and children vi-ted :Mi ,
interest I The Woman's Club held its ; | the week-end with Mr. and Mrs G. 1 Mr.
presented and of course I I! I and Mrs. G. B. Colvm and Starling's brother Fiank Hull .
last Tuesday ;
centers around the crowning of regular meeting I: 'E Crews. I j i daughterEdith and Dorothy, of in Micanopy Sunday atternoon
the May Queen. She will be : April 22. The members departed 1 Mrs. L. F. Chapman returned Lennox, Ga., were weekend guest? CLERK

elected from a group of eleven i(! from their usual custom of havinga By Marian NormanTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT i I' Saturday from Quantico, Va. where 1 1I .1 of her sISter Mrs J. R. DeVore, Mrand: Mrs. John McKinn. \
tea and had instead a toureen she had visited Col. and Mrs. and Mr--! Leonard MtKinnevvisited : r '
i Maids: Carol Bleha, Nancy Hearst,' and family. 'st I
luncheon. Dr. Harold Newins. rev 1 1i I Mrs. Ottis McKinney n I
Donna Pang Fielding Chapman and their eons
Dorothy Ownsby, ;i I A number of Lawteyites attended
born Jessie Rowland Marilyn l| tired director of the Department j 1 i Estelle Green spent the weekend I Ii for several weeks. Toward the the 1 Dukes !Wednesday afternoonMr. OF TilE I
Doris Siprelle Susie)I I of Forrestry at the University of]i i in South Carolina. I end of her stay Mrs. Chapman Denmark-Shuford wed and Mrs. O. I. Graves at

Rushton Ann'Vance, Linda Walker,I I I Florida, spoke on the subject "By:j 1 i PFC. James Gaskins of was joined in Quantico by Mr. ding in Jacksonville Friday eve : Daytona Beach'isit..d friend in
Siprelle, I Tampa ning.
j I
I II 'I Graham and Waldo Sundav V
and Bobbin Weichel. Ballots will i: Their Fruits Ye Shall Know j]! was home over the. weekend. Chapman and they made the trip I! Our community was saddened Mrs. Millie of Staikt A CIRCUIT
Them". His address was concerned [ home together by automobile. 1 FORK: / i
office of the McKay
be cast In the I
by the death of Mrs. Eliza Groves
chiefly with the varieties The community regrets to near I. visited her sifter, Mrs: C B ? ,
Realty Co. There is no charge.Go in this vicinity. : of the accident in which Leroy who passed away in a Jackson Roberts hfie last weekMi .L

down on Friday and cast a I of The native next pines meeting of the club I II Carmichael, was injured. Complete l'TT'1 1 vile hospital Sunday night. Sympathy and Mrs lohn M I Kumv 1i-'i
vote for your favorite young lady. I 1V1nLAYTEY extended to the bereaved a.
13 when the new details are not known.P. \\fff 111'aldo Sundav to h.-l 1;
will be on May % COURT
The Political Rally sponsored by
last I officers will be installed for next T. Meeting: family. Mi- :\1(0,"mney' untI.A I A :
the Rotary Club Saturdaywas I'I The Heilbronn P.T.A. met in
well attended although the year. i''the school auditorium Thursday) L. II. FutthAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 ( 'harles Hard has trot bawd i his:
campaignipon ,
crowd fell short of the 2,000 ex I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allen of 'I 1I I i i ;
night, April 24. The Primary'Rhythm | '' TRANSFER AND \\mpathetu- appeal hut upon the important duties
and :
the It was Atlanta Ga. have been visitingthe R B ALVAREZ I
pected by eponsors. direction & SON
Band, under the of the office and his
the first of Its kind ever put on Southerlands. j'of. Mrs. L. H. Futch. had charge I M-s Frank Jones entertained I!I t STORAGE CO. ability and qualifications 1- I
broken for the with a dinner to serve itS your Clerk. He has not t'mpha.izl'd I
in this vicinity and the Rotary Ground has been : busines... party, sponsored by .
Club Is to be commended for their new home of Mr. and Mrs. Werner', of the followed program. The Mr. Robbins of Gainesville who i* !I kJ : his personal needs to influence your vote and supi'ort. I
at ,
efforts. The High School Band of I'I on the other side of Lake Geneva.I'I'I !(1 1I 'which!i meeting time Mrs. the Futch program gave a !I a representative of cooking ware. '1 "r-: ." .."'.\.t'e local because Charles Hardy knows that in the final analystthe !

Green Cove Springs put on an excellent I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson are in on Monday evening. Those present ( fcSON \ operate( voters of this county will not consider an appeal to. ,
I I report of the amount made at the I I I i .'.... I. & long distance I
concert before the speak Greensboro. N. C. About $100 to enjoy the evening with Mr I MOVING their sympathies in electing their public official. H.-

ing. A great number of candi i Mrs. Pat Fraher and Misj I| was political made rally and supper.this money will be I I! and Mrs. Jones were Mrs. Winton "0"\'___ anhc'rtoln 1T. S. knows that you want a person to serve as your clerk "

dates for local, county and state Gladys Tillis made a trip to Miami used for a stage curtain in the :I Parrish and children. Mf!:. Joyce J'fl who has the necessary training, ability and experience td I
the weekend. Futch, Mrs. G. W. Roberts MrI 1y' F.X( ":LLE\T do the that will
offices presented their cases tc over I auditorium and a new set ofj job you require to be done.
McDonald last I and Mrs. Ed Durban. Mr. and Mr :
the voters and the highlight of Mrs. Sara :spent both of which
the afternoon session was the ad. week in Miami and Veto Beach j reference nteded. ('L. H. Futch, Mr and Mrs W T _, STOR.\( t: For your own information and advisement Charles hardy I

dress of Representative Charles! visiting her brother D. U. Donald : are badly : I II J(I Walters, and Mr. and Mrs H C F \( ILITIKS requests that you read without delay from the Hook

Bennett. He said that he never I son. It was cold down there. I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE Kelly. 4 ._, ,.. of Truth, Matthew:\ 251130. Therein recorded i is t th,- I i

before campaigned for any candi ] Friends will be interested tc i Mr. and Mrs. Glenn William- Agents For wisdom of the ages for your guidance. In those passages 1

date while he was in office but know that Capt. Harry J. Eby, Jr. :r FARM Jacksonville were weekend guests DEUHEUBROS. you will find the decision of the greatest and wisest .,,1'i iall i

that he was now presenting recently arrived m Salzburg, of her parents Mr. and Mrs[ Troy See us first! men of all time in a similar circumstance.Paid I

Senator Russell as his choice in Austria for duty with the 350th Mrs WhitfieldTTTTTYYTYTTTTTTTTTTTYTTT Bennett. w
i 15y Bryan ( J'ul..1lv.)
Mrs Ruth Barthlow and laugh -
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?.. j Weinrr Roast

'.-. .';{ \. i At the home of Mr and Mr

,..R.t"1. };l.-: : '; 1'I Albert Stafford Friday evening The Truth

I :t j !I. their Blume son gave, Kenneth aviiner and roast Jam : Livcs-

: : \ Among those participating in the I
.4 r fun were Bobbie and Patsy Sweat

4t'b1 \.J.0 Jewel I j! and Treva Lee Dobbs. Patricia READ! TilE Tlriril tROil TUE t +FFU taw. (RtiuRl OF <'Uu( < E r >OlNoh '10 1'. 1, ,- > .!o Hit'Mill! I .- r.\]1 KS: t
Sellers, Eugene Johns. Bob a

j by Howard, Iris and Donald I

i'd ITI Stafford, Johnny Mattox, Richard :

\b' Addison, Ellery Griffis, Robert 1 h ) 1
Cason, DeWight Williams and t 1
\ x..J' Linda Alvarez
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l\. J lr Bridge Club Meeting
) I Mrs Lyle H. Buck entertainedthe
\. State Farm Bridge Club at 1 LEX GREEN Introduced l legislation worked fo and voted for old Worked and voted 'or farm n-lief; Farm Credit Act of 1933;
,1{$' :\' : her home Thursday afternoon of age tlenslolIe will now introduce legislation ,
,./ ;. ( and work for its (f i-aeral Land Bank Extension Mortgage Act of 1933- Bills and
.I .. ,1oI..,.. ,.,. last week. Seasonal flowers inartistic I nassave 5 to eliminate useless inspection and other sHmim-trarivr I'oot" appropriations for screw worm control: tick eradication! ; refund flf
..,'{;.t. \ ... rr \ arrangements enhancedthe in this! field, and to make nil eligible whether employed or tobacco tax lie will work for realization of the Florida Farm
_" -"' .'- .\t... charm of the party rooms. Be. unemployed who are CS rears! of IIor! / older and those!" who are Bureau program: including protection of pro/inMion rredit
I ermanent1v disabled! thonp-n vonneer association, crop conservation benefits soil ,Tvation henefiU. -
fore the games Mrs. Buck serveda pasture development) }>,,Ti,.fts; and other provisions including farmtn .
A Portrait That's You dessert course to the two tablesof
Truly production
live stork and timber
LEX GREEN introduced legislation!" for pe.ct". t<> pi\\ *.* vefi>raiw "
nlayers. Mrs. P. D. Fancher a. their depend1Worked 'n.. ..."<... *TA voted ',,. nIIS'P!" !< of
Let us take the kind of photo you really won high score prize and Mrs. H. DATUM over Presidents veto. lie obtained annronriaHon! for He voted in the Congress for le115Iation. to curb and oatlaw

want. Our superb, modern camera will record J. Kucera the bingo prize on this *Tp an"ion? and devel meri* of U S. VpfeT..n. TT T.1.. Tifr Communists and their activities. lie will continue to fieht
n. Communism and everywhere. He voted for all defense and
occasion.Mr. Tie will continue his full efforts for all veteran!' and t>>*iLEX .. t1't\"nllent.! any_
your charms accurately and revealthe war measures. lie will now do all in his power to end the Korean
true radiance of your personality. : and Mrs. Jack Nelson of war. He answered his roll rails attended house sessions and

You'll never regret the moderate cost .. in Jacksonville announce the birthof GREEN appeared alono Before the TWpnc/i !Site el'rtln" answered all mail hat he refivW promptly
their son, Benjamin Wayne, on Board and persuaded the establishment of Tamp RIandm f afer hr.ronpht '
fact -- when you see the results you'll be April 24. in St. Vincent's Hos ) ahotit the establishment of air fields nt ('''fte'' City PilaH-i. .
quick to call us for more prints. Come in Before Perm and Gainesville IT<> introduced the hill and fr>Ti<'U for t fin f- 'CExperience*-- ?
for your sitting, soon. pital. her marriage Mrs. pet..> lt'hmt'nt off she !.,'av31 Air Station at J,. 0r op""l,, n*" '." Is Needed In Congress
Nelson :
was Pauline Bran- I smilis'. ee ;inelndng; the one p* Tf>ke Citv lie viii ..-"vV r ,
8x10 3.00 nen. sn-estinn \1 tJp'PT'l"" monies. for the reactivation and ufli7-iT i of jI
PORTRAITS Mrs Seabie of Rucker of Jacksonville .n"l e. now idle f."tti:':tps. '

SIX 3 x 5's 5.00 spent the weekend with I
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. lie passed legislation for the surveys for the development of nnnii
Of Control and rower production on the Suwpnnee River: al::n roht"'nrl Ouration: Our Government .,\nd OurCivilization
Bradley. interest to friends i?
Chris. J. Newbern StudioSITTINGS appropriation for clearing to navigation! the lower Kuwann l Ilivor:
the fact that Airman Rucker has also for dredsrin snd'warVinp channel and! tnrnin" V! en and wharves )Now Face Their "?calc<*t
reported to San Diego, Calif for and docks for f feda hey; also obtained anironrhMnr for AreA", n"
duty. Their plans for Mrs.Rucker's fhannel., turnip" Win. enlargement and Jetties -"a--inn lit Crisis.
Experienced Tried Faithful
Wed. 6 PM 8:30 PM ,
Sat. 9 AM 8:30 PM place of residence are T'prrsndina- also oMa'ned! appropriation 4'.. development of existing'
'PHONE 103 STAUKE. FLA. indefinite channel },,,,IIOT and turning hllei" fanliti" at Rtpinhatrhre. Hewo
at this time And 1 1 Worthy Leadership /? 1 Needed
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wl'll >V\ for improvement'*, of harbor at Fernipdina. !'I""ot. Vi
L. L. Thornton and daughtersof CpA.. 1p'It'ld for Ip development! of harbor facilities at Ilorepshop.
High Springs were guests! of J.FV fprr\r :,,t,?,}.,"?-! lAoicUt'on; fnr r".tftP-' aid to roads and LEX GREEN IS QUALIFIED FOR THIS SERVICE. HE WILL
Thornton last ti".sortpd all federal aid for road appropriations.He AND TO
Sterling Flatware week-end. Additional Sunday PROTECT OUR AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE. HE HAS BEEN

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, voted for aril oM'n< d *efor"] fcnndinf for Take City, P<>rrr.Starlce. TRIED AND FOUND NOT WANTING.
Sr. ,Tamer ,,pd MsJison: also for federal contributiops for thp'I'
were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bran- [ ,..' Congressman:\ LEX; GREEN worked diligently, efficiently and
Yinrr federal rid riiiH; ;in!? pronram rea hin** irn all ronn"ne the
by nen and son, Glen, and Mrs. ("sfriinflndinn'; nm'Minf IIi" ""n"5". fn. *".. University! of Florida 'nithfully for the people he represented in Congress. He answered
Andrew Crews and daughters of Tie Trill work for additional federal 1 buildinf( for tVf district.! mail and telegrams: promntly regardless to the form of the letter or
Lake Butler. she needs of the writer. His office and his home were ever open to his

GorhamTowle International Tuesday of last week Mr. and He wa instrntripntnl; in oMa'n'nsr! pttere'ons RTE in all <> untiV friends and his constituents.! No political! passport or null was ever
Mrs. W. G. Stringfcllow had as 'In present Eighth Congressional! H' ;tri't. He will continue efforts for .ceded to see or to hear from him. Service above self was his nerd
dinner RFA e-rtensions!' wherever i*> "'''d, and also for the installation of and service he rendered. This he will do now if you return hm tn
Mrs. Manassa
guests George rural telephone systems with REV Congress. You can judge the future by the past. The leopard does
HeirloomSelect and little daughter Christine, rot change his spots. LEX GREEN will give you service and work
of Green Cove Springs. In 1929 ho introduced, and helped to enact into law bill for the for the things which you need and desire. Many things are worthy

Your Favorite Pattern of Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R A. establishment of turpentine experiment station at Olustee this. of mention in his long record in the congress of outstanding achieve
Wells, Mrs. Isabelle Edwards and station has led the way for the development of our turpentine pine cnt for district state and nation.

Fine SterlingUSE Misses Mary Wells and Nancy jniw! Voted Pine for tree guarantee and reforestation and insurance program of bank thrnnehont deposits. the AD rountrv deposits You may judge a tree V v the fruit it bears. "By their

Mynihan of Jacksonville were din safe. works ye shall know them."
in banks are now
OUR Convenient LAY-AWAY PLAN ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

Wallace. -

Corp. Jimmie Godwin and Corp.I Before You Vote 0 :
ELGIN and< AWATCHES Jimmie Hicks of Pope Air Base, I-' ...
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North Carolina visited the former' Yourself these Questions: .; s 1
parents Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin -

from Friday until Sunday. A\ )4)

With their division Corp. Godwin In the May Primaries yon will, by your vote employ a man
and Corp. Hicks recently completed of two years. Please give this matter the same consideration as if you were going to employ a man In s r 'I }

I f cI- maneuvers in Texas. your business for a period of two years- a vote for LEX GREEN is a vote fur you, ye ur ( h.-i-:! < 11 ,,,,,, l .J '

With her young son. Ronald and grand-.:hildren ,- b r
Mrs. Troy Eason of Rocky Mount, .tHERE' IS NO SUBSTITUTE. fOR'XpEJiIEN. .'- --- -

N. C. visited her parents, Mr. and

returning home Thursday.
"The Lasting Gift" Mrand Mrs. R. W. Brannen II

the week-end in Jackson I
29.75 to $125.00 Special 10'; Discount spent
ville with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson

and infant son Ben.

COSTUME JEWELRY BY CORO. wood Mr of and Jacksonville Mrs. William were F.guest At. Let's Return

ftrtl of Mr and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and

of Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crews Saturday I

Pearls f' CompactsSee and Sunday.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. r

I W. G. Stringfellow at noon Sun

day were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bark-

Our Nice Selection of Mother's Day Cards ley and their children of Jackson
ville. K. W. Parks of Lake Worth j

BY RUSTCRAFTFine also visited Mr. and Mrs. String-

fellow Sunday.

{Watch Thursday Mr. and Mrs P S.
Repairing -- Fully Guaranteed
Crews and Mrs. Spencer CreWE

and her son, Billy, visited Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Shaw in LaCrosse.
Mrs. Dave Thornton visited Mrs.I

Elmer Brannen in Lake City last
Tuesday. Mrs. Thornton was accompanied THAN EVER BEFORE LEX GREEN'S 20 YEARS -ONGRESSIOXAL EXPERIENCE IS Jfgfififfflf&jft%
143 West Call Street
i home by Mr. and Mrs.

j, Elson Branr.tn of Lake City whc 'r' f,.__' .. _, _. _=,"

(PaW Pol. Adv.)

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Mrs. Glenn ConnerIs Masons To Plan I yard Lloyd Green
District ConventionOf is also gave a lecture on the ABC's of was general chairman ot arras
WCTU Held Shower Honoree Building Details I down with virus flu matrimony Wonder if he was ments for this enjoyable event :;
Hear the Rotarians and their trying this out before introducingit Seems to be all for nowSee -
WeekThe : I Rotary Anns into curriculum at BHS? .
Here Last : I cut quite a caper long you .it thtp."::-
marriage, with their Ladies Night In the The Rotary Ann received lovely\ Ell'! ti annual District Conventionof I Methodist recreation building Monday corsages as favors Tom Slade r
was the honored guest at a lovely l'arloy
the WCTU was held here Thurs- at I I evening After a bountiful
miscellaneous shower given
day, April 24, In the First Methodist the F.-F Stump home on N. j j turkey dinner a novel entertainment -
Church. Represented were I i i iI I program was presented with
Walnut street Thursday afternoon
Unions In Archer,, Gainesville, Lake four I ', I District Governor Jim Spencerand STARKE GENERATORAND
of last week from tc I I :
j I wife of Palatka
City and Starke. s affair being honored
six o'clock. Hostesses for the .
The meeting was presided over were Mrs. Ellery M. Davis"j! I i ii i 'i guests Arch Thomas, Sr. made
Miss Anderson, District I I II i I an able master of ceremonies. STARTER WORKSAT
Mayme !
by Mrs. T. Frank Landrum. Mrs i i iI I i
President of Archer. Several I Herbert A. Green and Miss Eve I 1 I I Ii I i i i while Harmon Morgan engineered
State officers attended, IncludingMrs. lyn Stump. 1! :|, : !j:, the program One of the features -
D. J. Mason, president; Mrs. i was "Hats from Hollywood",
Decorating the home for the I( ,; II j'I
W L. Berst, corresponding secre I occasion were numerous arrange i 'I i,' staged by Tom Mitchell with 201 So. Walnut St.
tary; and Mrs. Kate J. Alonzo ments of Spring flowers in variegated I l James Lewis winning the prize I
director legislation all of Orlando colors. The refreshment II I I Bill Graham conducted a quiz FORMERLY ANDERSON'S GARAGE
Mrs. Nellie H. Doig, direc- 1 called "I. Q. Cuties", and Gil ,
; table was overlaid with a lovely; i
law, of |I Newcomb led in Psychometrytrick
tor of parliamentary '
imported cutwork cloth and centered j | (
Gainesville; and Mrs. E. B. Harrison :. ( questions) Barbara I
with graceful bouquet ot ; )
scientfic temperance instruction Mitchell won the prize in this and Will Soon Open Electric :Motor Repair Dept. i
yellow and white snapdragons and i ;' ,
of Jacksonville. received a ribbon with "PER. VOLTAGE REGULATORS ADJUSTED i
larkspur attractively arranged in I :
12:30 I II i FECT" on one side: & "L. I. A. R."
Luncheon was served at a low silver bowl. Flanking the i '!
. i on the other Homer and PHONE 228 STARKE, FLA. !
recreation room. 1 I'
In the Methodist centerpiece were silver candleholders : J I
Rev. T. G. Mitchell, Methodist holding white taper.! j Betty Swindall led the spiritedsinging Ed Hunt H. D. Roger
pastor, opened the afternoon ses- Cake and punch carried out the j t ,I : Prof. Larry Gibso.
lion with a devotiona' period and yellow and white color scherre. I : i! '

also brought a fine temperance The guest of honor was presented I I ,ern.mm..Vt..m..Vn.nm yrrr..vvyyyy.r..n..nyym.nm.n.Yi
message. A vote of thanks was with a corsage of carnations : '!
given the hostess Union; Rev. and a platter from her i Jane Parkers
Mitchell for the use of the church; chosen china pattern from her //

and the Methodist ladies who sere :hostesses. ,I I F. ,

ed the luncheon. Delightful recordings were play Ij j I I

The local W. C. T. U. held their ed during the tea hours. I ,
regular April meeting in the Gospel -! hostesses in entertaining j "
Assisting the I .
Tabernacle Chapel. Friday were Mrs. F. M. Craw !!
afternoon. After a season of Prayer fOrd Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., Mrs..
I i
reading a few
and Scripture !
Lucian Conner. Mrs. T. K: Me-
items of important business were Mrs. W..I! t I
Clane. Mrs. J. H. Fields. i
t transacted. A. Stern Mrs. V S. St. John,|I j'I
Mrs. W. T. Jackson Mrs. \V. E.1 I \
Selita Thomas Dowling Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs,,I } I t

Has Birthday PartyMrs. James Bunch Mrs. John Mixon,'''i( i I I r lLL ''T I Made Fresh
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Mrs. Robert Paterson, Miss Idel]!: I -
1 .
D. L. Thomas entertained Landrum Miss Martha Landrum I I Daily
Miss Lucile McRae and Miss June :
delightful birthday party
at a I
Saturday afternoon for her son. Conner. ,! (, ,
Leslie who was two years old on I Invited to call at the appointed!I I'i!i : 1 I c

Friday and her daughter Selita I. hours were 100 guests. ,!'

who was five years old on Sunday. -- (

The refreshment table was ShufordDenmarkWedding I
overlaid with a white linen cutwork Solemnized J
cloth and centered with a '
pink and blue birthdiy cake surrounded I I! Mrs Lois Carter of L3\\tey announces I
with favors of circu i! the marriage of her I
animals which were given to the daughter. Valaria Cary Denmark,,I j

oungstcrs. I I to George Shuford, son of Mr,, I'
Games were played during the : : I II I f
and Mrs. John S. Shuford of Law- i
afternoon in the yard. I event of Friiay: !!
Icy which was an I I
Assisting Mrs. Thomas in caring!( evening May 25. The: wedding I
for her 25 little guests were Mrs. took place in the home ot the i
Vernon Silcox and Mrs. \v. E. bride's brother-in-law and sister
Dowling. Mr. and Mrs Leon Starling ii|I :

Jacksonville before a small group. v ,i
of relatives and friends. Rev. Watson '! I

TO THE VOTERS of the Heilbronn Spring Baptist ,

IN BRADFORD COUNTY church performed the cere, ( ( i ,
After a short wedding trip tc' :
tn the Interest of my brother (
Orlando, the young couple
S. a candidate for
D. Dansby
make their home in Lawfy. !!
Florid* Railroad and Public Mrs. Shuford employed with, ; 8 inch. each .,.
Utilities Coo1ml.!"l.onl'f. I take Co. in' I ,.....
the Gulf Life Insurance -
this method of soliciting ;your Shuford is. './ .
Jacksonville and Mr.
vote and support on May 6. 0(
My brother has 25 years of a mechanic at Torode's Chevrolet I ...

Hound business experience and Garage. 1 E I Swift Premium Smoked :

he Mill fight for lower utility 1I .
rates better services from the Birthday Party I

utilities people ,and and the\\ill utilities represent fairly.the For Buster HughesBuster II'I I : HAM S Half or Whole Lb. SSC ,tt

will be and
Your vote and support Hughes son of Mr. I 5 .
greatly appreciate by me. Mrs. L. B. Hughes celebrated his I ...
-R. O. Dansby eight birthday anniversary Monday I 'E I .
(I'd. )'01. Adv authorized by by entertaining his classmates I I I 1. Fla. Dressed & Drawn '
I). S. Dansby, Trva-s.) the class of Mrs Anna Bell I I t
Devlin at an afternoon party ir
t Grade A Lb. 4
the classroom. i '' 3 i FRYERS 4SC 4 4
Following games and refreshments 4
the second graders were 4 4
favors.Someone .
given assorted 4

TARKE FL-:. : E I t 4 4
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4.I : Sliced
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Fri., Sat. May 2, 3 : I .4

ON MOONLIGHTBAY i Thk, l tl I I I !' I BREAKFAST BACON 39C 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

I Golden Lbs. 4 4
-In TechnicolorAnd : BANANAS Ripe 2 2SC 4 4

Doris Da 1. Gonlon .tcr',8c _;J I 4 4

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Man From SonoraWith '4. I 4
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Also Johnny Serial Mack& Cartoon Brown maybe YOU !! I DOG F FOOD Daily 3 Cans 2SC 4 4 4 4

Sun., Mon. May 4, 5 . must Pay! ': :, 4 4 4

QUEBECIn WHEN two cars collide the 'i' 4

TechnicolorJohn financial headaches can landon : I Kitchen Charm Roll 4 4
though you're not 4
Barrymore, Corlnne Cal- you even WAX PAPER 19C 4
nn in the wrong! 4 4

Also Cartoon .t New 4
That's the hard way to find 4 4

Tues., May 6. ONLY out that accidents cost a lot Bentos 4 4
LIVES OF A more than auto insurance.

BENGAL LANCERGary Take Route 1 to security. See j. : leD R NED BEE F Can 39CI 4 4 t

Cooper, Franchot Tone this Agency for strong insur-; 4 4

Also Cartoon & News ance protection now!
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Wed. Thur. May 7, 8 : I

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE MALL AgencyPHONE i i i Cheer large pkg. 30c Ivory Soap Flakes, Ige pkg 27c 4 4,
The Silk NooseCarole i \ 4 4

Land, Joseph Callela 146 ,I, I Woodbury, 2 bath bar 23c Lava Soap, 2 reg bar 19c 4 4

-And- I I 4
Dixie Lily Grits 24 oz. 16c 4
-Constant Service Over 4
CASA M .ANAN j Oxydol I Powder, J ge. 27cLinit 4

Featuring the Rio Bros. 50. Years- i I Wesson Oil, qt. 57c 4

Also Latest News I Dreft, Ige. pkg. 30c 4 4
,i 11 Starch, pkg. 15c 4

Spic N' Span pkg. 24c 4
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WANTED I Argo Starch, 8 oz. pkg. 7c 4 4 4

Lb. Jar Prices in this ad effective thru Saturday 4
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Peter Pan PW Butter 35c May 3rd.A&PFOOD.

I Peter Pan Salted PVuts jar 31c 4 4 4

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Lipton's STORE 4 4

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Tomato Soup, 3 pkgs. 37c
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. 4

Phone 7 Ivory Soap, 2 ]ge. bars 25c Entire Content: Copyrighted, 1950 4

I '. 300 East Call St.r" .
:J Ivory, 4 per. bars 23c (
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i i Little Tommy Ritdh of Jackson. !: Mrs. Rose Marie Snellgrove and Mrs. George Cone of Pine Level! Mr and Mrs Cecil Sewell hail! Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christmasand Attending the Flonda Fed!'-

ville stayed with his grandparents,{i Mrs. C. L. Street of Miami arc, spent Saturday with Mrs. Susan as weekend guests their parents family were visiting Mr. and tion of Music Club's conventm
I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown from: guests of their brother, Steve I,,. Andrews.Mr. I Mrs B. E. Bennett of Marianna! Mrs E. E. Gunter in Brunswick in White Springs Wednesday w. '
d7edOna I Saturday to Wednesday while hi? Simmons, and family.F. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger of and Mr and Mrs1 G. F. Sewell and Ga. over the weekend. Mrs. L. A. Canova. Mrs E K(

i parents Dr. and :Mrs. T. G. Ritch I I'I D Key was in Palatka Sun Green Cove Springs were weekend I| daughter Ann, and son, Murf. !! One good term de enes another. Perryman. Mrs. I. N. Breazeai

j''I attended the Medical convention I day visiting friends and relatives. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D i iI Dr. W. E. Middleton attendee: Vote P. D. REDDIMI for Mrs F. F. Stump and Mrs I... -
N THE NEWS [, in Hollywood. j i iI \ Mrs. J. E. Shepherd of GrOVE 1 I Doyle.Mr. the funeral of his nephew. Gordor SIIF.RIFF. (Pd. pot adv.) Green.

I, \Wien. you care enough, send land and Mr. and Mrs. Foster. and :Mrs.: Harry Lappe entertained Middleton in Gainesville and Hawthorne Mrs. H. C. Broadway and houseguest Miss Johnny Bennett of Mana:,
the ,.t'rIH- Hallmark Greeting;I. Shepherd and son Foster Jr. of at a family dinner party Thursday of last week. Mrs Ruby Belew of Water na arrived Tuesday for an r.\:

XIrs. L S. Hutto and grandson Attending the all day DistrictMeeting i iI I]i cards Bullington Studio & Gift. Jasper were Sunday guests of Mr. Saturday evening for their grandson I Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter wer-' low. Ia. are spending this week definite visit with her brotnei"i

Wayne Kenney, attended the birth. of Woman's Auxiliaries|j I I Shop. (tf) I' and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Robert Wayne Lappe. son of in Jacksonville Sunday visiting in St Petersburg iting fnena law and sister Mr and Mr i <-i
I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Blitch of Mrs. Charles Overstreet of Tif- Mr. and Mrs. Robert of
Lappe ::
party of Mrs. Hutto's grandson: of the Episcopal church at Federal!]j I. Mr and Mrs Sumter Harley. and relatives. Sewell.
Frankie Hutto in Jacksonvillelast Point on Thursday were Mrs. Fred, Bell were Sunday guests of Mr.I ton, Ga.. formerly of Starke, is Jacksonville who was celebratinghis -
and Mrs. H L. Brownlee. < -' ...
Saturday afternoon. : Orr. Mrs. Al K. Carlisle :Mrs. O.J i I spending several weeks with first birthday anniversary: I -n ---___ .,-r -_ _
L. Beasley Miss Clara Leaman I Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hester and,f Mrs. D. E Johnson and Mrs. Ruth: Attending the funeral of Mrs.I
Comer Perryman of Jacksonville''Mrs.i I Mrs. Edward granddaughter: Betsy Wilson, ofj! Johnson. Mrs. Overstreet would Ben Blackwell in Archer Thurs
was home for the weekend with Cora Burns.Quattlebaum Mrs. Herbert, Thomas Florence, Ala. are guests of Mr. like all her old friends here to day afternoon of last week wereMrs. To Throw The Racketeers And Their Hired

his parents, Judge and Mrs. E..i and Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, Mn. and_ Mrs. R. F. Young. I call on her at the Johnson's 215 J. D. Doyle Mrs. M. F I
K. Perryman. I Lemuel Colson and Mrs. Ben Row-;i'. Bill Smith of Jacksonville war; N. Walnut Street. Hazen. Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Sr..
Senator and Mrs. Charley John land. a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs C. D. Williams of Tampa i? Mrs. Gene Long and Joe McDonaldMrs. I
were in Ocala last Friday and Sat I Denver Devrick Tuesday night! visiting her sister, Mrs. L. D.1 Maxie Carter and Mr anc" Politicians Out of your Government
Sfc and Mrs. 'I
urday to attend the opening ceremony after which he was the principal Green, who suffered' a broken arm Mrs Ed Gross of Jacksonville at.
of the new four-lane high and son. Stephen have ieturneJto speaker at the regular weekly I when she fell in the yard. '1 tended the funeral of their cousinF. i
Va. after spending,,
way dedicated to Truaten P. Drakeon Fort Lee sales meeting for the employee I Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Heath of W Webb in Hawthorne or
Saturday. On Monday and Tues-j I ten days here with Mrs. Vanchoff' of the Farm. Home & Auto Sup |I Fort Lauderdale was the over Monday afternoon. They were i iI I ELECT
day Sen. Johns was touring South I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ply. night guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. S accompanied by Mrs Effie Johns.
Florida on business. 'Gainey. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and son.j Sapp. The Sapps returned to Fort j Col. and Mrs D E. Knight I

Gary were shopping in Jacksonville Lauderdale with the Heaths fora spent Thursday and Friday ir iicH:::

Saturday.P. week's visit ,. Jacksonville shopping and visitingMr. BRAilEYODHAM
Give A Young Man A Chance D. REDDISH: will treat all!I Mrs. Charles Hardy and children and Mrs Robert S Bird.

alike Vote REDDISH for visited Mrs. Hardy's mother i f Bradford County is free of

SHERIFF. (Pd. pol. adv.) I I Mrs. G. E. McGauley, in Palatka organized crime. Vote I' D.

: ELECT i;. D. Wells and nephew Bobby;, on Sunday. REDDISH for SHERIFF (Pd. _

Well*, were guests of Mr. and MrsB. | Lester Slade of Hampton sold pol. adv.) I
i; v E. McRae last week. to Mr. *and Mrs. Wm. Hansen Sgt. Billy Dansby of Fort Ben

f- Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley arrived seven acres and home on the ning, Ga. spent the weekend with

home Wednesday from Camp I e- I i Gainesville highway, across from his parents, Mr. and Mrs R 0
? T.A. yawn I
.t I 1 ]!une. X. C. for a visit with their, the B. T. Thomas Lumber Co E'A Dansby. The Dansbys also had a;
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Ha- Strout Agency handled the guests last .Thursday and FridayD. YOURGovernor

i ley and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mc transaction. S. Dansby of Orlando
I > 9 .z YOUR Rae. Al made the highest honor !I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Friends of Mrs. Altn-1 I :Mn. \
,. in hi., class and as the result war : daughters Janet and Jane and will be glad to learn that st!.
made part of the permanent personnel Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fiensley visited getting along as well ai .'11 ht x
at Caivp LeJeune ar.dI, the Stephen Foster Memorial oni petted in the Alachua Centra"; "
!I given 20-day leave before n-sii'Ti !I I i Sunday. Hospital where -he. is mule, n;':
'ng his duties there. j!| Mr. and Mrs. Homer Swindall) treatment for a broken h |I'>

JUDGE Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith of and son. Anthony were dinner Mrand Mrs. Chail. Pi1rhh.tI'
( j i Tampa former re>idents of Starkc.j I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie. as Sunday guests. Mrs .1 I: \\ 'I> Is Any Man "Too Honest" To be Your Governor?

i j; weekend guest: of Mr. a1.'! I| Stapleton Sunday at Thressa. I wright and children. :Mrs > L
i 1 I :Mrs. Ben Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp had as Peek. Sr.. Darby Perk IOf Lake
Veteran Ex-Farmer : : Lawyer 1', I). UEDDISH: 1.1U1hnw to I I Sunday guests, Mr. and :Mrs. I:I City and Mr!'. DeWItt rand 111\t'>

Courteous Honest : : Capable :|! clu! the job. Vote REDDISH forSIIIRII'I' Richard Ray and baby and Mr '. Mrs. Emma Chalk "' ;tlfI'' SI SEE AND HEAR BRAILEY ODHAM
: (I'll. pol. adv.) and Mrs. Pete Reyes and son of ville.

MARRIED HAS TWO SONS Mrs: L. L. Brooker and rh'ldren' Jacksonville.Mrs. !I

(Pol. Atlv. paid for by T. .\. Yawn) fVbbv and Sarahlyn, of Akron I). W. Moore had as guesty YOUR BOOKKEEPING( Friday Night May 2 -- WMBR Radio & TV
Ohio were guests of Mrs. Brooker's Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moon and all

brother. G. S. Newcomb and fami- and sons, Larry and David of TAX RETURNS DONE
'!1y from Friday to Tuesday. The i iI Archer Mr. and Mrs. Charier
Reasonable Hate
For A
and of Wild wood. Mrs 10:00 10:30 P. M.
NVwcombs also: had as guests last Moore baby -
THEATRE I Friday, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. New- ,.T. F. Brown: and sons Emery -\11 Types of Business -
1 : comb of Orlando. and Frank of Hampton anti Mis- Drop a Card toW
( Paid Pol. Vd\)
STARKE of Earlton Beach
1 Mrs S. T. Dell and Mr. Addi- Van Parish J. I DE1t11OI)1':
I' I). REDDISH: has pro\en

Dedicated To Community Service Tuesday'tn i Pound.guests;:Sr. of Gainesville of Mr;.! J.were M. (hat he will operate the Sheriff Box 7i() Lake (Geneva; Fla. __: ".__, :_' -t'i: : : = >_= _:-- = -_ _'-
"Movies Are Better Than E\er" nfriox-4-niiomicallv. and efficiently -.rarsitF
Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. I ; _' :. .> _,-:. -, -_ : __:. _> :'. <.... ,,-:: : .: .'. _-,.. ...# "' ,:
Vote REDDISH: for MIEHIIT' _" :;::' ;- < -. ,-- ::-_:.>':--:':'::- _:::: .-; _' :- ;: : '/ : :- -- -:- r > -kA .. _: ""' ;:-.><- :: -\
Sat., May 3 ONLY I Sun., Mon May -l,5:> Sonny Tenly is visiting his i! (Pd. pol. adv.
C. H. Walters inJacksonville
I A GREAT BOCK BECOMES A GREATER NCTURi '_j *r '->v dS 4 : grandfather for two weeks. The B. E. McRae fjmuh! /0'. >II '
I ceived a letter from theiron.
I DICK POWELL iiS 7 :1'1 I,i Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. Sr. of Tal- I Barney saying that on his ways I II y M Read the Record
r lahas"ee is visiting her son and to his base in San Antonio he

::7EVElYN K to ofq LQR/ daughter-in-law.. and Mrs. R. i greeted at the Atlanta airport by
ANN P. Stubbins. his uncle aunt and family. Mr

MRS. MIKEAnd Unlled.Artilh rk. I Mrs. Ruby Johns had as weekend and Mrs. I. D. Wells, Gus Brown k"1i "
and Mrs. P. :M: ,. Mae Wells
guests Mr. Bobby Wells and Ira
Letter From of State PROVES Who
Griffin of Tampa and Mr. and I II His classes in San Antonio. Texas
:Mrs. W. W. Underhill of St. Peters began on Monday and will continue -

Plus ton &"Papa's Latest News IJttle Helper" Car burg. 'j', for nine week! Voted FOR The Best Interest of the Old People
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and

Tues., Wed. May 6,7 TO TilE VOTERS son of Tallahassee spent the weekend 4
BRADFORD COUNTY with Mrs. Pass's parents Mr.
and Mr.-L. D. Green.Attending ,
1191Jl'til6ne"c of Sam
i wedding
i the W o lli .
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of brother, :: ; 'J: --
In the
.., my i! Felos to Margie Pappas Sunday
i). S. Dansby, a candidate for : evening jn Jacksonville were Senator S'CCl'C.t't1:1t.j'1 : : or $1J
and I'uhlle I a -
Ilorida Railroad and Mrs. Charley Johns. Mr ij .

w SHIRLEY YAMAGUCH1- TAYLOR Utilities Commissioner, I take I: :I I and Mrs. Steve Simmons. Dr and s 111.. *IIINHAIO MODUCTIOHPlus : thK method of "soliciting your Mrs. A. A. KlIrs ni.<, Di P-te G. .ti.. r r
.lnMM./, -lOtto-'-J.-- I cute and support( on Slay 6. I Felos Mrs. Frances Thorpe and
Cartoon "('a pf'r Take* A Ibrnlht'r has 25 )ears of i i Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ennson Dr
f Bow Now" Cartoon & Sews !sound business experience; and while April 29, 1952
Karsonis served as best man R A GRAY
he will fight= for lower utility i I Dr. Felos was one of the ushers xt.u.n a STAT. .
t rates, better ser\ices from the Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams had

Thru.. Fri. May 8.9 utilith-, and will represent theteople I as Saturday evening gue-ts Dr Mr. J. 0. (Jerry) Cay
.......-.......- ( and the utilities fairly I and Mrs Burt Watson of Map 116 North Court Street
pt / -I." :sai MINGS Your tote and .support will. begreatly clenny and On Sunday Pr and (: Starke, Florida .
appreciated by mo.R. Mrs. W. H. Chapman and -ons.
Dear Mr.
", nA I O. Dansby Bill and John of Jacksonville Cay:

t E (Pd 1'01.th'. authorized by were visiting the Adamse- As
Time I requested, I have prepared a certificate
A4 I D. S. Dansby, Treas.) | Miss Elizabeth Joiner of Allan- RECORD under the Great Seal of the State of Florida showing

I ta, Ga. is visiting her broth-'i-m- Proves That He that the Journal of the House of Representatives,
Plus Cartoon hound for Trouble" law and sister, Mr. and Mrs L 1951 Session, (on pages 596 and 597)) shows that
GILBERT I ROLAND I VOTED Representative Doyle E. Conner of
FOR Bradford
& Short Subject "Hoppalonj; in j D. Vining this week. Mrs Vmmg County,
Plus Cartoon "lloua for BoneKit /' I Florida, voted for the amendments to House Bill
with her
1 Atlanta
will return
A: Carson" Serial Happyland"IF ELECT Sunday to spend the Increased Old AgeAssistance 7.Jf': "' No. 753 (the Appropriations Bill) which proposed
i sister on to increase
i the amount of the appropriation for
YQU FIND YOUR NAME CONCEALED IN THE BLINDINGDRIYN i I week and Mother's Day with her Old /.ge Assistance as shown by the records of this
Mr. and Mrs. W L
: office.

I fJ' 1'. D. REDDISH i is experienced.Vote Also, I have prepared a certificate under
; REDDISH for SHERIFF. the Great Seal of the State of Florida showing that
1 I His Opponent'sRecord the Journal of the House of Representatives 1949
: | (Pd. pol. adv.) II | Regular
I Session, (on page 1484)) shows that
BLANDING DRIVE-IN I! Dr. and Mrs. M B Herlong are Shows That
rMARIAN 1 J. P. Roberts: of Eradford County, Florida, voted "Nay"
pending ten days at their campat He Voted AGAINST n.r- when the vote was taken on the final passage of Senate
Lake Delancey.Mr. Bill Ke. 942, as amended which was the Appropriations
Dedk-ated To THEATRE )Ioif''ire I II and Mrs. Milton St. Peter! $41,903,818 Appropriation Bill; and that said House Journal (on page 1479)) shows
Community Better I and Misa Beryl Holland of GainesVille acid Senate Bill No. 942, as amended included'an
Sen'ice A MARTIN THEATRE Than titer; j i were visiting their cousins for appropriation of $41,903,818.00 to the STATE WELFARE
I, the Harry Mooty's: and guests, Old Age Assistance BOARD for the biennium of which amount 25414546.00
L. i Mrs. John Udell of Highland Park, was set up for OLD ASSISTANCE for the biennium, as
Box Office Opens 6:30 P.M. Show Starts 7:20 P.M.1.I & State Welfare shown. by the records of this office.
111. and the Misses Esther and
Mabel Benson of Berwyn Ill, on
Fri., Sat. May 2, 3 Mon; Tues. May 5, 6 CROSBYMrs. Monday evening. Vlth kind regards, I am

W. \\'. Caines Jr. is: leaving C yo' s.
fie Hem UU! IOHN ix'lORD'S ( Ardell Crosby) today for Atlanta, Ga. to get his The Record Speaks for Itself. 1t/.l

Don HIs boas wife and children who have been Do not be misled by Statements
relatives for the past "
Ultd HIs Betnpl SUPERVISOROF week.visiting Mr. Caines will be accompanied Not Based on Fact. ?cretary of state

Was goofed! MEE by Mrs. Daisy perrymanwho

't will stop off in Blackshear,
\tom '* o d'T..s w ici.i
ill Ga. to visit her daughter Mrs.
( I REGISTRATIONNow A. M. Moore for the weekend.
t Plus Cartoon "Farmer and Belle" Mrs. D. L. Thomas. Mrs. W. E. DOYLE CONNER WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT
Dowling and Mrs. T. C. Hazen
1 I MRS. H. L. HOUGH Sening As I I visited Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Jr and

new baby son, in Riverside Hospital 1. INCREASED I. SOUND LEGISLATIVE program for support of
1 CHIEF DEPUTY I for age
Wed. Thur. 7 8IRMA'S public schools.
May on Tuesday.
I REGISTRATIONOFFICER Bradford County has no unsolved dependent groups.
% REDDISH 5.. MORE AND BETTER highways and farm to
major crimto Vote
2. HONESTY in Government
market Roads.
r E uIm i i I NEWiuMa.ciivn.iyim for SHERIFF. (PIt pol. adv.. !

Plug Cartoon "Boo Hoo N NItII i e Mrs. E. E. Houpt of DaytonaBeach 3. STOP WASTE of taxpayer's dollar. 6. SOUND AGRICULTURE; and Forestry Legislation. -
r spent a few days this week .
1 MRS. W. E. I \ r 1tT Experienced with Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt.

I Mrs. E. C. Priest Mrs. Pauline Re Elect
Sun., May 4 IJroopy"I I Qualified Francis Mrs L B. Alvarez and -

i: M6MS NEW SCREAM LW Honest Mrs. Kate Sheppard attended the Doyle E. Conner

i I : .0 a d N" r funeral of their brother-in-law and
? SHE HAS THE uncle, W. G. Priest in High
and t ,.dl...tlut+l
1; ;Jf .-: ..- ABILITY AND TIME I Springs on Sunday.
/ JrFdcd ':. I TO DO THE JOB Attending the open house Sunday
., His Record Shows He For The Best
v r 'So.nOhOrtfIA :rr..GoosI of Keystone Home sponsoredby i+ Fought Interests Of The
I St John Episcopal Cathedralnear

1ItJ( S I. .... .... COIMII llAMA RIGHTPaid Jacksonville were Mrs. Mattie People Of Bradford CountyPaid
Gahagan, Mrs. O. L. Beasley,

I;;,!. l atfh+t+/ "fM/Mtitll Plus Cartoon "Chew, Chew Baby ( Pol. Ad'-.) Miss Madge Middleton Mrs. Cora ( Political Advertising) .
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ment seemed to work sorry stuff we have
so well, that grow over $8 a head, and we have i.-
home for themseh-es. Frances'mother I
FARMER'SI I! he next tried it on a row of field i We thought all along that Joy But sorry to hear that ing and was polite enough not to: more than that in them in f> ,'
I Mrs. Locke has built many
peas, and then still pleased, usedit a
laugh in our faces. He made
II was bred but did not start to dry a .
I i on 20 rows of snap beans. In I new home near us. and so hast berry growers including Leon I I s
Y5 ; i her because we couple of suggestions which we
D I A R up were not sure. t I
i this case it worked well, but oc But when Paul Bennett. OUt little settlement Norman Dan Starling and others really\ appreciated. A customer at our Road- ,:,-
I casionally it rips out a bean plant I milking, Sam noticed a around here is really grow have ploughed up their berries.It I "
By Sam McGarvey 31 I and that really hUrts.'e are not i thumping bumping, kicking going ing. has been I. Market suggested soberly that reway
a rough season for j Our Red I
on inside Joy and he pigs are doing fine,
that to
thought .
sure yet that the rotary hoe will S keep mustard from
the c
The author will be glad to rewive i large growers. but e'eftime I
we market
II Joy was bred so he asked get a
work well on other crops but an old! is and around to seed was to
E Items of Interest eoD Pop up again andit report we just about feel like cut off the trr, ;
mj dairy farmer who happened to be
lag the activities of farmer think it will .on corn.. visiting, and this man not sure is good to see him feeling Had a lot of fun when Charlie giving up raising hogs. At the root. We don't know that heJ Jkidding' only
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe I s 1! said that she was bred but had better. We knew that our fine I Shuford ted us recently, He I price they are bringing now oui IK;;, but: wture are ',.-
left at the Telegraph office ormailed climate and sunshine would get went around with us looked
Our place is humming with activity Sam feel the calf. So, we are very ana fine 60 Ib pips are worth a lit tlf pu':ions"
to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, this week as we are puttinga --- -
I pleased that the old gal is bred,
new roof on, sidewall i I
shingles[ and we have started to her
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AAAAAAAAA ......... AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj and a new kitchen porch. We decided "
I j i up by cutting down on her feed
Henrietta waited until feeding eight more pigs to feed and worry on the asbestos shingles awe ? I and skipping milking for longerintervals. I $
j have been told that paint will .
time one night this week to have about. I .
not hold up and furthermore there, S'S I
her pigs. Sam carried feed downto S a eAt : would have been the 'expense of NEW 52 HENRYJ NOW 1349tW"er.d.

the hogs, and almost fell over last we have started tc.I repairing the wooden siding, which} I Little Petal our new calf if

when he saw a couple of black plant field corn, and as usual i was .badly in need of fixing up. proving to be a tough little heiferto

and white pigs, the first of that we're having a time doing it. The We may be buying a fast ticket tc I manage. We put one weaning
fertilizer iE the poorhouse but at least we're device on her. and she promptly .. llL
color that we've had on our farm. distributor we use ?Rww r..eI T.wpJ
I He tooted up to the Roadside busted (Sam opened it up so that going to have a nicer looking 1 j I[' tried to lose it, by hiding it in the i i
Market as fast as his two it would put out more fertilizer) home until that time. woods. We got another one, put i i
broomstick legs would carry him and it cannot be regulated. We it the on her and turned her loose ir !> Hundreds of dollars lower than any) other lull u size car and It's' engineered to save you many hundreds of dollars more !

to tell Alice the news and in a are planting rows about 750 feet We just can't seem to get any pasture with her mammy,
short time Henrietta had a coupleof long and one bag of fertilizer goer Daisy. Next morning Daisy was'

mid-wives attending her. As it only for two rows, and we have set volume out from 10,000 our plants berry patch.and that We,I dry as could to be, so little Petal ..''........................................:.........................................t...........................................?......................................
turned out, it was well that we 70 long rows. and 15 short ones. managed nurse once again. Sc .. ..
were there for one pig was born it looks it would be cheaper for should have supplied us with alP!I we have her now tied up in the i .
dead, and in minute to buy a fertilizer and the berries could sell on our| orchard and we're wondering whatto s 1 s
apparently a us company we I 81 I toil Don '
do to .1 you save up t to on gas : I you sate tires !! to 5 Don I Don
we had it outside the pen and: make our own fertilizer. But after Roadside Market. But we have not |l keep the little cuss from up 1 you save up service you save up to 0 fees .

gave it artificial respiration by doing a lot of figuring (especially yet this year picked enough berries nursing. With its amazing economy of up : Tires can cost you plenty-but Your Henry J i is designed with Federal state and local taxes, :
gently squeezing its ribs and releasing by going over what we spend for to 30 miles on a gallon-your : not with the new Henry J! : fewer, less exrnne parts for plus interest charges and
and also cleaning the mu- feed), we've decided to go ahead and on some days we get ar' i After about giving up on OUr : Henry J can save you more than : You save $8 on the price of your : quick and low-cost sence! :: insurance roMs, play a big : .
cuous from its mouth. In a minuteor and put out the fertilizer and see few as 20 or 30 quarts from the j'i asparagus bed we now feel dif 300 gallons of gas over the : Henry J tire-a 5:90: TS. a 6:70: : l'p to $50 less per year! No : in the price of every new car part :
two it gave a cough and struggled if we can get a real field of corn. whole patch. Of course there art I ferent about it, for we are gathering average' car-every year. That'sreal : And because your Henry J is wonder it has scores: of the first year-lut you'll find :
a bit, and in a short whileit a many reasons why this has hap- enough every few days tc : penny-a-mile economy ueifht-tngintered r to ghe l OU up thousands of satisfied o"'lIeul! : there' far less to pay the :
and the : to 20,
was alive and kicking. Hen With a great deal of misgiving pened, including the weather, but I save so that we have a mess of it : sparkling Supersonic : another c more tire J12 mileage )ou F.S. A'0 need to buy stat Henry J way! Another good ;
performance is save early!
enjoy just :
rietta had ten pigs seven of them I I Sam finally tried the new rotary I even so we should not complain a?I about once a week. There is not outstanding,too you! ) covers-Henry J's interior it : reason why 80,000 new Henry J :;
black and white, and three red hoe which we have on trial on the 'we have made a little money or much of it, but what we get I is '' :.. washable vinyl f! : owners are mighty satisfied! :.

with two of black the spots.smallest Next day pigs found very 8 right rows field.of beaten-up The rotary sweet; hoe corn churn in I our and[ berries weeds are this eating year. But up the the patch grasr! ;: wonderful eating.* :............................................''....................................................................................:.............................,.....L... ...

weak so he carried them up to the right over the row crop and all, J now t Planted a couple of rows of : .
house turned them tc and from the it look 212 Fordhooks in right field. We : "
and over I tractor seat I S : \\\\d\\
Doctor Alice. She did her best to as though there will be nothing I Apparently we have checkedthe i i have in had trouble stand up of to this time :: low as 9. 49 a week I! :: lte.rylrr.z.aa.kin..trs.q dtlurrtd at I"dIod.... :: M11 y k wl\\ItS\ \\ Edo\aoml\ \\\1 \\1111\\\
getting a Lima beans, \
save them but took a bad left in the row. But examining 1 \ \ \
suggestion upon infection in our flock of Red< Little than > low Ftdfral rasa paul. That u ae.uar., I ash t, 'M ob I\\lJd .alto 1\\\\\\
because $1! 2
from Sam that we give the row closely, Sam discovered i pullets, which we think was caused our planter plate would : more a day- local lax f if mar'} .<&&f* AW. : \ Ii \\c \\0)'oJ Q Co m\\11\ .rj\ b
$9.49 week if
them a dose of Sulpha and that that although the corn is disturbed ] ,I by impure drinking water. The I not borrowed put them close enough, so we I :: as trade-in car a is an-average your; Oihtr HTV '52 Utnn J mmJ.Zii :: \m\\\\ a t w.Ill 1, ,O'oJ
another .
apparently was too much for them, in many cases it is still .pullets soiled the water, and then!! plate and set postwar model I i in good 'lJa.II....,J lormi $1419 :
died. have the soil all around it I our planter so that both plate : the Henry J J..,afoTld /) Ju : .
for they Anyhow, we rooted and 'upon drinking it got an infection : : conditionour! kaiser-Frazrr %'$1494Ttt 4 .,
'' put out seed. We got enougr-' : Henry J toruuDti .., $IS94See ... ,, ,;
I and before we knew what wa : dealer is ready to offer you an"extraspecial" id .
seed out, but the planter did not .,.
]happening we had lost two or : generous :
ALVAREZ' STORE Men'sEstablished 1 Clothing 1'1' three bird; We fixed the water ;\ cover the seed properly so we had trade-in, too! So see jour : 1,
I 1S94 ; to cover it by hand with
I ?r so they could not get their a hoe. J\ai er-Frazf'r dealer about )our :
Anyhow, we know the seed is out : new Henry J now! : "'
it iy
it, and now .
.dirty! old feet in -vyc
this time. I
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\Vthave, little Irish potatoes on

our plant, despite the fact that your KaiserFrazer
tie planted late then had to replant '
Why Is He Running on the 13th of March when dealer for equally generous '. '

the sign incidentally, were in the
bowels. Since we have been here trade-in savings, fOOtLIBBY
| we have never seen anything grow
:1 as fast as those potatoes, and we

j i certainly are glad that we went
ahead and replanted. SALES & SERVICETemple


and a Katie pleasant Wilkerson visit from and Walter Ave. and Pratt St. Starke, Fla. Phone 32Who

very glad to see Walter looking were sc I u____ _______ _u ___ __ ___ __._ ____ ___ ____ _____
good after his recent illness. We

complimented Walter on his good

Is ExperiencedHe sense in giving up farming when
he did, particularly after this
Spring !;season and he replied that I

Knows How To Do The Job. he gave up raising berries when FOR Clerk ?
'the Yankees moved in. You can I
use sulphur or nicotine to contra! '
plant pests but what II
Four Years Ago You Gave Him A Chance. can you use
ou the d. Yankees And what are

With The Help of The Good People of we laughing at! I
Bradford County liE HAS ?MADE GOOD. Our tomato vines have small! I I

t tomatoes on them but han':
There Are No :Major: Crimes Unsolved In t, we
our finger crossed: about our

Our County. ',' small tomato crop for we"I just i I J I Chas0 A. Darby
about know that we are going tc !
be hit with blight, as we did not

dust or spray against it. We still I
have some of the new Pan Ameri

CAPABLE jj can tomato plants which we raised,, I
but haven't had the time to set '
them out in the field. And when
we do have time, the soil is toe

HONEST dry He has served you well and COURTEOUSLY in his small
II i a *

SINCERE 'P. D. REDDISH S II i, thing We and raise not a little much bit of of ev rY'1 grocery store. He Is a NATIVE son of the best county in thee

I This time it is a few plants o
1 Brussels sprouts and now that wet I best state in the best country in the world and he truly likes

Solicits The Vote And Support t have sprouts on our Brussel

COURTEOUS I i sprouts we feel pretty good. We and appreciates every one of you. He was educated in them
of Every CitizenIn I i might try to raise a row of the

j i next Fall. s public schools of Bradford County and at the University of

I The Amaryllis bulbs which we
1951 the Sheriff's Office, for the first time in 26 years, was run bought from Tim Blackburn are Florida. He has the education to do the job. lie needs the

really a delight to Alice. We have

without ONE CENT of tax levy for its support. SHERIFF I'j' many people to comment on them job. He had funds for only] ONE ad this is it. This has
and Alice has sold quite a fewfor

REDDISH HAS SAVED YOU MONEY. He will be ever mindful I future delivery been a clean race and he will keep it that way.

of interests. .
your f I Glad to see that Joy and France?

AIV11VALLl&...V A 1111 A

Help Charlie Darby To His First Job In The 1
P. D. -Reddish is YOUR Sheriff; he Come In And Let Me Courthouse


,1 friendship.appreciates lIe your is confidence a Native son and who your is t I TEST YOUR He Will Make Good He Will Be There Helping You When

doing a good Job. Give him I
a second

term in YOUR Sheriff's Office. \WATCH, FREE You Want Him

Would the people whispering last minute campaign rumors repeat them before P. D. II I

Reddish You KNOW that he was a good Sheriff before this campaign. DON'T BE I All watches are tested repaired on the here I CHARLES A. DARBY

MISLED BY DARK POLITICAL STORIES. Help Sheriff Reddish clear his name !

and restore clean politics to our good County. WATCH MASTER i,i



tells us immediatelywhat The Help And SupportYou

is wrong when you

bring your watch in. It Are Giving Him

proves to you that it's right,

, "hen you take it out. Keep Up The Good Work And This Man That Needs And Ap-

Your SHERIFFPaid I Williams Jewelry preciates The Job Will Be \Where He Can Help YouPaid


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Christian ChurchThe I ST. MARK'S: EPISCOPALFriday CHRISTIAN{ THERESSA Uln.CIIWhen Mrs. Rastus Mann, Mrs. Francis I I i iGroover I i wish her a speedy recover\
Kelly, and Mr. and Mrs '!
Eustace and Cert have
Curtis and Madeline Duk ..
friendly church in the 7:30: p.m.-Litany and J 1 E. B. Crosby of Brooker. i I I -
I' was the last time you just heard from their son, Joe home with their convalos,, .
heart of town extends a welcometo Intercessions-Rev. Fred Yerks : Russell Green is about through''! mnt
have been ;
to church
? The
evan I'I
Kelly enlisted the Air We are all be -
all to with them at all I m overjoyed \ \its*' One
worship Sunday, May 4, 9:45: a.m. Sun gelistic service which is held each j digging Irish potatoes. He dug:
little fellow
I had such
their services Force April 2: He is stationed :a nutow
I day School. 11:00 a.m. Holy Thursday at 7:30: p.m. is you about 12 acres last week and hat escape with a tractor.
Bible School begins at 10 a.m. j at Lackland A. F. San Antonio.
opportunity to hear and know I
Rev. A. L. Fender- -
Communion, about
-- I I j I 4 acres yet to dig. They
Every church family should be in what God teaches about the planof i I. Texas and writes that he likes It
Methodist Church I son officiating. !; really produced well and the Adding whines and Portable
Baptist Church i Bible School with their families. Salvation and boy t> live a fine
prices are good. He is cutting 1
Christian life. Let us count i .
en Typewriters sold timeBrad.I
The First Baptist Church of I i, Sunday May 4, is Childhood Morning worship begins at 11 a.m.! Church of God your .rea.nee| thi Thursday and f; cabbage now -had 129 bags last j,! Zella Rouse is in the Navy 1|I on

Starke along with other Southern!I i[i Sunday and the beginning of Na- The Lord's Supper is served at i every Thursday from n.w on.1 week and the patch is still beauti Hospital in JacksonvilleVe County Telegraph.
tional I Family Week, May 4-11. 8th &; St Clalr Sta. I
Baptist Churches, will observe i 11:15 a.m. Morning message will If Tell your friends ant bring your
j School a.m.
I Childhood Sunday will be observed I
be brought at 11:30 a.m. 11 neighbors.
Week a.m.
Christian Home beginning, Sunday Morning Worship
in the First Methodist Church
this Sunday and continuing I,,I of Starke at the 11 o'clock church Evening services begin at 7 p.m..1, Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. I I: -Homer Swindall, Minister;

I, through Mother's Day Each' service. A special program will with Christian Endeavor All. Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 7:30 p.m :I I: CHURCH OF; JESUS CHRIST ; A MESSAGE TO You
night will have a special significance Children's j Prayer Meeting Thursday p.m
I be presented by the youth are urged to be present.. !: OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
and members of the church Choir, directed by Mrs. J. R. Wainwright I
I II I Evangelistic service at 8 p.m. i Masonic Temple, Call Street
will cooperate in establishing :; Presbyterian
accompanied by Miss Anne ,: Prayer meeting each Wednesday I Sunday School every Sunday
Christian Homes and family altar Cressler. Rev. T. G. Mitchell: at 8 This week's will 1 I Sunday School at 9:43.:
I p.m. study i morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Services
In any home opened by invitation. will preach on the Childhood Sunday I I' be the 7th chapter of II Corin. Friendship Class! 10 a.m. j 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitation; 7wm GUY ANDREWS
The Pastor will Dedicate '
new i I Theme, "Brotherhood Begins thians. .1 t 11 a.m. Morning service con- 1 is extended to all.
homes to the Lord on Thursday, !
at Home. Holy Communion will
Homer Swindall, Ministei ,, ducted by Rev. Carl Dobbins of ,
Friday and Saturday nights. Wed j be administered at the close of I I
I High Springs.

nesday to night the Youth service who will will be lead devoted !,,, the In service.keeping with National Family I At The TabernacleCommunion 1 I 1I Youth Fellowship Sunday evening The Life And Times !I As you read this, only a few days remain order to make a well-balanced economy I

In the evening theme, ":"Making'. Week, the new motion picture, I I at 7 p.m. |II Of New River FolksBy until the First Primary Election on May G am proud to serve as president of a non-profu
will be observed at i During the past several months I have made corporation organized by forward-looking
Marriage Permanent"Messages I, produced by the Protestant Film\ the I I 1 Jessie! Lee Lazenby effort to contact personally as citizens of Starke to
i Sunday morning at the St Edward's Catholic | I II an untiring construct a factory for
by the Pastor includefor Commission, "Honor Thy Family",I I II' j' Gospel Tabernacle and special I I many of our people in the Eighth District a* lease to a manufacturer of work clothes This

Sunday morning "Building a I' will be shown on Sunday eveniDg,:'music will be rendered. The Ser: Rev. Richard Lyons, pastor. |II Frank L. and Emma Lou Tom- possible Some of you, for one reason or annew industry is in operation today, bringing
.Christian Home", and Sunday invitation Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. have been unable to
eve I to Stark
May 4, at 8 p.m. A special '' ether a nice payroll to
mon Topic will be "THE TABER linson were dinner guests of Mr
ning at eight "The Home in Today's is extended to families tu I Weekly Mass at 8: a. m. reach. The purpose of this supplement its farming and
i NACLE AND TIlE SHEW and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson. !
World". The church choirof attend this service together.I I Confessions Saturday 7:30 to I message, therefore, is,0; l livestock, .ndustry.
25 voices will sing Sunday Special music will be furnished by: BREAD. 8:30: P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thomas of have one last talk with you 1 an.: ready Willing and
morning directed by Mrs. Mona 1 the Methodist Youth Choir. j' Much interest is being mon]- Children's Catechism Classes. Rochester. N. Y. visited their, before you go to the polls on a",,, ti hung to the Eighth:
Canova and accompanied by Miss 1 "" fest (and attendance growing work) I. Wednesday 4:00: ; P.M. cousins the M. I). Brownings Monday ', May 6, in order that you :nay L-istrul the same high type
Julia Lawson at the organ. TheCarol i Wiggins superintendent. Training I[ in the new graded memory while enroute to St. Peters | know something more ahum of hen ire and unselfish leadership .
bping offered to the peopleof Guy Andrews, what he that 1 have brought
Unions gather at 6:45: Sunday I young I burg.
Choir will sing the offera- Church of ChristI ,II
; and what '1* ,
the Tabernacle. Certificate i I stands for a to m my t. vsn and county 1St" -
hymn. Sunday evening the evening for "training" in church [ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mooreland of
torr 1
will be awarded at the conclusion 10th and :McMahon I hopes to accomplish: for 11I11 limitless possibilities in Hunch
Chapel Choir will sing directed by membership'' directed by J. T. I Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.iI j jMooreland's Eighth District as your Con and varied resouu.s ,,'
I each grade perfectly recited A. M.
j Bible School-10
Miss Lawson. A cordial invitation if --
Aliese Lawson with Mis I brothers Chester and : gressman. our gnat now Eighth Pia
and references and another A.: M. and 7:30: '
Julia Lawson at the Hammond. extended to all to join in these given Preaching I Reddish Andrews and familiesover I was born October 30 tart If given the opportmlU. '
Sunday School with its more worship and study services as and larger award for the com P.M. I the weekend. >II 1908 on a typical small fare I will serve on a tistr, '
than 300 students meets regularlyat well as the Christian Home Serv- I pletion of the entire eight grades,, Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I at New River in the wester, wide ba ls with the s.trn1
Anderson Reunion
9:45 Sunday morning with Orie ices thru out the week. IOf the course. I II I each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Sunday, at New River Baptist part of Bradford County ate fklenC), honesty and int.! '
I : Everyone welcome. ; forbears were pioneer settlers nty that has rharai tenzl.1f
I Church, Mrs. \\'. M. Lawhorn of
.. IIAMITO.Vt : I | of this section of Flor. my efforts in behalf of im
\iir : '
-<' Brooker and met with .
CIirKCII family
HUISTIAN ClU'Rt HOPE da. I attended the little on own community. I am *sk
, i REVIVAL TO BEGIN j other relatives from over the room school at New River ing you people of the K:, -it1.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Bible school 10 a.m. Morning I State and enjoyed church, basket through the eighth graae CONGRESS District for a fair trial:
Worship 11, C. Y. F. 7 p.m. | A revival will begin at Hope I dinner and fellowship with friend? later graduating from Bradford and I am confident that smi

,,,_ i! Evangelistic services 8 p.m. Wednesday i Baptist Church at Theressa I and relatives. ,II High School in Starke are going to give nk u- >'
I I I # worked through Eighth Districtm trial.
evening Bible Study 8 p.m.[ night May 5. Rev. R Several had lapsed my way
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor I years I the University of Florida, I will always count .<.>
Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town ,, Mr. Sibley our superintendent is V. Hogarth of Palatka will con the family had been together and graduating in 1935 with a de- one of my most jiru.<.
doing a fine job with the Bible services I It decided I of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture At less possessions the many new friendships I
PHONES Office 23 4 Pastorium 130 duct the sen-ices. Song it was a great day. was gree
: : School. He is planning an interesting I the tim of volunteering for service in the U have made throughout the Eighth District dur
will begin at 7:30: Everyoneis
to make this reunion an annual i
Morning : program for Mothers Dayso 8. Navy in Hit 3, I held a responsible position mg this campaign. My only regret is that the
A Christian Home"Evening I invited to attend.
Services "Building
won't you come and study withus. affair. All of Mrs. Law- :( with this Department of Agriculture in Wash limitations of time have made it impossible

Services -"The Home in Today's World" I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS horns children enjoyed the occasion -; ington, D. C.Following for me to meet each and every one of you I
j >V visitation; program was stra;- with the exception of Mrs separation from the service at hope some day to have that privilege Whei: ,
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** **#***** *** r* ;;j.j-* the end of the war. I returned to Starke and you go to the polls next Tuesday! I will ask
1'SUNDA Y SERMONS 11 :00 A.M., 7:30 P.M. i I ed last Sunday evening with sever] Sunday School 10 a.m. IJ. M. Hendry, (Ozena Green) ptl successfully! operated a small hardware and oily that you weigh the qualifications, the

I Sunday School 9:45 A.M.: -Training Unions 6:15 P.M. teams taking part. We hope there Morning Service 11 a.m. Jacksonville and Joe Green of, auto accessory business for four years. In 194S abilities and the past records of the four men
MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. I I| will be others as time goes on. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Starke and Mrs. Roy Boyed I ran for the office of County Tax Assessor who are asking you to place them in this position -
An invitation is extended to ail 1 Prayer Meetings Wednesday (Lorena Green) of New Orleans.I and was elected by a large majority.. .*t rres- of grave responsibility-Representative to

VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR who would come and worship with night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nigh Other relatives were Mrs. Georgia i iI ent I am owner of the Starke Motor Court Congress: from the new Eighth District In
us. 7:45: p.m. Mills Anderson and daughters, Having been reared on a small Florida farm. all sincerity, I believe that you will decide to
-John Childress, Ministei -H. Gorsira Pastoi t r I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mills and family I know the importance of supplementing our cast your ballot for GUY ANDREWS I
, i of Tampa, Mr- and Mrs. Brown agricultural income with industrial payrolls thank you.

of Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. L. It
1 Green, of Milton, Miss Lydia Anderson (Paid Political Advertising)
Mr. and
St. Petersburg
Sunday 8 P.M. I ,)
I Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Jacksonville
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ALTO ADAMS is a mature leader 1ENNSYIYANIA '

who knows the democratic OllEveryone 3

fundamentals He has a definite of and government.construe Y ,' Maurice EdwardsJr.

called it'c WHIZZ 1.
r tive program for the benefit of

oil citizens. Alto Adams de. ::1 3

mands honesty and integrity at IE

ALTO ADAMS h a candidate because all levels of government and a / E
he Is against the creeping return to a government of the "' 'rr ; V COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 3 S. STARK I

socialism which robs your pay people, by the people and for "' iENNSYIYANIAou ,

check through every increasing the people, under the cowtitu I II II I i; > j
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taxes to f feed the corrupt so* .
daiisric! machine which is I
AltO ADAMS I until
wants and needs I e e t

destroying the freedoms we your vote and support to halt He IS A CATTLEMAN FARMER TAX PAYER

cherish and undermining the deadly menace of socialism ; Sinclair made it a WOW ,

the democratic ideals of constitvticnal to stop the unbridled waste I

government that Is breaking the back of an- I As most every motorist knows, Pennjylrania oil has long been

ALTO already over-taxed people today famous Sinclair for its remarkable, natural lubHating.qualities. But That His District Gets Its Share Of Farm To I Ii

tntffiMt ADAMS saturated sm with a state political sow end to take the hands of politico Motor Oil-refined improves 100%from on Nature the costliest! Sinclair Pennsylvania Pennsylvania crudeIs E He %Will See

profiteers out t of Jour t now made bttttr than trtr by the addition of modem

racketeers, set on a policy of f pockets. '-_.( chemicals that clean out carbon and other harmful deposits in Market Roads

robblng"tht people! As Chief your motor. Get bttt
Justice of the Supreme Court, VOTE AGAINST the deadly men Bet ter-than-ever IE

Alto Adams was powerless to ace of this creeping socialism.

the do anything officially to halt Vote for a s!support Alto Adams I I SINCLAIR i I : He Is Married And The Father Of One Child.

corruption end graft that for governor so that you and If Ii
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honey-combs government tJ your family may enjoy liberty i PENNSYLVANIAt !:>*

day.CAN AND AS Will YOUR STOP GOVERNOR IT, HE and al government.freedom under constitution. I t OIL 'i He Has Been President Of The Bradford County Cattlej j

-oft ALTO ADAMS Cleans as It Lubricates j man's Association For Two Years, And Is A Member 3 11 1 1I

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FRIDAY MAY 2. l'i3'

I Car InspectionTo 23, Patrolman Q. A. Filliiigiml;I I has been called to convene at 724 I(''are eligible to attend or vote at saidconvention i swer or pleading to the complaint I .
announced ,!Southeast Second Avenue, on the above matters.A : on the Plaintiff's AttornEZa..h H In o'I'IC. TO rn\tt !i Douglas. 505 I.ynch"nville Ulldm"
yesterday. Several I Circuit ('Dort.
Start 28 y ule, County of .Alachua Ga.lne-I W. SCHULTE Douglas 505 Lynch Puilding Jacksonville i i| I'lorlilai In Chancery.Irene Ilradford. Count!. .- Florida and file' 11.' c t
Television TipsCURIES' April j dealers in Starke will be allowedto Florida on May iTth, 1952, at the f the nrk .

: inspect cars. Their report. will hour of two-thirty o'clock In the afternoon Republican Committee in the office of the Clerk of the ( Stani-hiu J:. l'tbr"w"ki.", Defendant.Case !'Circuit I Court on or before tii-:
The annual inspection, conducted of that day for the 1 Circuit Court I lay of June 195! '
car | be turned over to the highway purpose Eighth Congressional District. on or before the 2nd Nu J114tlre !! otherw. lh
.Choosing and electing delegate day of June, 1952 legations of .
-- .B by the Florida Highway one ; otherwise the allegations >D Tn Appear sad Complaint'.
i i patrol who will then issue wind- and his or her respective alternate WESLEY E GARRISON of said Complaint will betaken ToPtamslaw: i taken as confessed by you
Patrol will be held in this area'shield' to the National Convention Grass as confessed R. Dabrowski.
stickers if the car passes Chairman. Roots by )011 I whose residence i>: Washington: This notice shall be published
. for one month beginning April' inspection. of the Republican Party Republican Committee of This notice shal. oe published! street, Jersey: City 2, New Jersey. [ once each week for four eonsecut. .
B-To elect one delegate and his Florida once each week for four consecutive | !| weeks in the Bradford County 'iv
1 Fillingim states that four daysj 1 or her alternate to represent the Dated: April :29th. 1932.: : I weeks in the Bradford County Tele suit You for are Divorce hereby has notified been that filed A graph.Dated.
Eighth Congressional District in theState 5:2 It graph. I this :25th day: of Apr '
during the first two weeks >:f the against you In the above named'Court
GASOLinE 1 1 Convention of the Republicanvoters Dated this 10th day of Apt ii.1'i! ",.' andlI'e liated llu
1l I and you are re- t 21st d.iy "r Mir 1
/' t1M ? : ,n inspection the patrol will be woi king I of Florida called to be held :NOTICE TO AIIn PF..IR ( Clerk of the Circuit Court. .11Ilr..d) ti> sear a PIIUV itf your ui- "!1'1'1" \T. 51:11! i \ T '
in Bradford County and will May 24th. 1952: in the city of Orlandoat Circuit Court I)rail ford County By Myrtle T. Deaver. Der-my Clerk -\\'t' ,.r lfid'nif' '11 the o .mi,'R'nt I' .. ?
-B 'IShorly"- j the Sun Juan Hotel at 11 o'clock Florida In Chunrerr. .' 5 .' 4t i !" ?t. -hi/ PI.IMI i I'1..i. .i, v /: ,. ". 1 C! .!
i inspect cars on the highway. The Lloyd R. Christopher. Plaintiff \- Ir
JIH A.M. of said day, for the purpose of
rt7 iw wwxs DOWN
inspection is not compulsory he !: choosing and electing four delegates Helen Christopher, DefendantCase .

ITS TIME TO GET YOU* said, but most car owners are ''at! large and their respective alternates Notice Tn :No 9116 I

SERVICE I glad to have danger feature, ;, to the Republican Party's :National To: Helen "II"lIr.Christopher w host'
!!! Convention; tll nominate r..s-j
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about their automobiles pointel National Committeeman and Na- and idence whose is. Sky address land.I IP North" I Box. ,(5Skyland j mm YOUR OLD APPLIANCE WORTH

.r. out to them. 'i i tional such Committeewoman other business and a.m.iv ttransact North Carolina I

+ a properly come before the ..?.nO'n'I \I You are hereby notified that a
in Circuit ('.,urt. Ilrnilfuril County. suit for divorce has been I
tion You are further notified that
} Florida In Chnnrerj. I I''only filed against you in the above nam
ctrl Lavind, Plaintiff, v. registered Republican voter* athe I
Ezekiel ed Court and cause and you are required 1
Smithie Lavind. also know n a* Eighth Congressional' Dtstru" to serve a copy of your anWORDS I $31.17. ? $83.74. .?

t Smithie Toben, Defendant. |I .

I Iei Iu I 4 Case No 9117 I ? $55. ? $100.00 ? :
;M 9ili Order Of Publication Andullee: TAppear .. .

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Smithie I. .vlnd. also known a* f 1.'. : $97.39 ? : 3117. ? g
Smithie Toben whose residence i>; .
1 have clean rest room ,, f. .
Opelika Alabama.You n : 3117. ? i $100.00 .?
facilities for all"WeMN are required to appear fin'' o
June :2, 19:;%. in the above named f t ({) t" ;1 1b 1i
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_.. ... Court and cause, wherein plamtill f'C 100.00 $55. .
seeks divorce Bradford Counts ip 00
That's right you can be Telegraph shall publish this Order z> : -
I In next: four weekly issues. i iWltnPss ; $31.17 ? .. /> 97.39 ?
) l X sure our rest rooms are ahvay mv hand and Afficial; .soil i (i VOTE !) 4tif t .

clean, and our M'rill-a is cour I at Starke, Florida this May I. 1952.; C.-' $97.39 ? C'-. $83.74 .?
U'e never let you down. That's I As Clerk of said Court i iTy I
Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk ,' II
Ml to th undertaker. I Chas.. R. (Hess. 204-03: Guaranty Life A million words cannot alter the ; II I I
Building Jacksonville, Floridaj fit
I LIBBY j Attys. for I If. 5 2 4t 3 ._'". .: truth Lies alter the record. !
i cannot

Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed IIKKIVTKK'riri:: OF 111'1'1101"11 IIIvnvI'W' -: Dan McCarty has given us the II I LET'S TRADE

Sales & Service
;Notice is hereby given that the undersigned '
record. .the
under the provisions "f strength of his fine .

.Chapter :20.H33! : : Laws of Florida Act-! I
RADIO & TV IAAAAAAAAAAAA.A&AAAAAAAi :nf 1941! will register with the t'l.-ik wisdom of his experience, and the
. I Ir 'of the Circuit Court in and f.r' I

r Sales and Service Kaiser Frazerhenry-J Rradford County, State of Florid.. great integrity of character that has Any Old Appliance Will Be
DEALERSHIPTemple upon receipt of proof of |iul>li<'iiti 1"n I

I'h.239 Starke Ave. Ph. 32 ,. of Snowball this notice Supply the House fictitious under! name whu i>h f successfully fought off the deceitful Worth Cash To You On Any

| w. are engaged in business at l.nil. l\
| Keystone rights Fla. tactics desperate opposition. All-

I Thomas J. and Jane Hutsun ottiir. -
Florida has examined the real I
11. 1. Melrose Fla. I ,
SERVICE Dated this god: day of M.iv. 1 1u 1'<"..' Hotpoint

INKIER ELECTRIC Si.uk.'. ii.idforil <'oiint> Fl.i issues. All- Florida has found :3 'v !
5 2 4t :, :.:

solid man worthy of your vote. i
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.,...SRa ZENITHRADIO NOTICE tMni: IS!vr\Tis in JlEJll'UI'lX Tin: :'I UtSIl\!that. I I I ,b : : REFRIGERATOR RANGE

the undersigned United States Mar- .. .. i HOME FREEZER- WASHER
thai for the Southern District ..r'' I-
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Florida by virtue of writ of attai h- i IRONER DRYER DISHWASHER
ment issued -
I out of United State
.i andTelevision I District Court fur the Southern District 1 1.I 1. ; ?fit DISPOSAL
4 i of Florida. Jacksonville Divifcion ::: i; ro r a : HOT
the lit h day of March A. D 1. : L WATER
I. 1952: in that certain cause therein' 1.l I
lately! pending wherein G. F. C.
and Service re t'0'ri.
|Corporation a corporation, was> : a.n, .

,." ,., .. ... plaintiff and William E. Dowling, :;- T 15r;;
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also known ka DOWN .
as \\ E. Dowling, trad-' \ ; BAL. Ii\ MONTHS

\ 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Auto ing and Sales doing, was business defendant as Dovvling in case : ilie6: ,*::;ovckosuat..';;.:...3 -

Xo. 2210-J-Civil in said Court leviedsaid

STARKE, FLORIDA day of writ March of attachment In:!. on that on the certain 13th H I P From $ .95

fl_U_ 11"1" ,'_." -" ,.. Ilt. piece, parcel or tract of land 1 lying 2O9 WINKLER ELEcrRIC SERVICE
being and situate In the Ci.univ; >ro ktZ

of Bradford State of Florida IJal"":., '

uiurly,,, dt-.soribed as follu\\ 222.221 Temple Ave Starke, Fla. Ph. 166
I" of Hlock 1 South of Rang-:
'-' West and the E'-.. of Ulwk I
D D 0r South; of Range 3 West of Simon

.1 I Temple's Subdivision oi land..it .- i

Temple's Mills as re-orll., H....
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ANN night1 It was Plastl-Kote ,YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY Bradford County Florida 'OL. (

Transparent Finish that save my I MATTRESSES containing 1" acres IIIUI'.. ",' lensnutter ;
linoleum that clear, brilliant look. of the levy of J
the writ ?il 1 a'-' f THE Picture how Happy she'll be
) got It at Farm Home & Auto OF ALL KIXDS tachment being on the same this I

VIRGINIA.FOR apply Why. not try It yourself RENOVATEDFURNITURE .recorded.f the Circuit in the Court Office in and of the fur llrad-clerk! ,' 1 that YOU remembered! I

i ford County, Florida in Deed llook: t I
nI'-\T-Attruflth'e. clean apart 70. at page 112. that the 1
nivntx. close inFniall d pursuant to
Mrs. Kln.sia
cottrK Apply writ
oexecution issued in the '. f
at Ducky'R, or Mr. or Mrn. Noll- entitled cause: after final \ ft*PebtKll MviftJtiMntTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTT. / f fI
man J01 \\'. )1,,<1i>...n. SUrk If judgment
therein dated April 11, 1932: : and. x
\VAXTKD-Voles for Rllly Matthewson !on April 12 1!I:52.:! recorded in Judtrm '
Pd. Pol. Adv. m<- Lien liook 1. I t : i
May ( ( Reupholstered and at Pages 137-13:>, .A"'"

FINGER SEWING Machine Com. Refinished of County the ,Public Florida 1"j'unIII..f:, will un Bradford the 2nd For MOTHER'S DAY May Uf/i/ j I

pan). Lake City. Fla., Phone 880 day of June, lt.! :,2, the sunuIt. -.ing .. i-I
will repair your machine In tiptop HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. legal sales! day, anti between -

condition, reasonable. Weue Box 230 Yalatka, Fla. legal hours ot sale, to-wit. U on chi a I z Z. !
Singer parti.
only genuine I
in., and 2:00 Jj
Our service cars will pick up and A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHELP ;; dour of the Bradford p. in., before the '(runt I N I
service request Count < oun -
delivery upon
New Singer machine are avail- I house in the City of StarkLiad f I

able on it>a> tnnl>lc trrma. WANTED-Waitresses, New i ford County, Florida offer tot ale I Lovely Gifts for Mothers Day
Kingsley Beach. Also one yardman I and sell at public outer> io the ( y !
FOR THE nrnOET-MINDED Bride room and board Gus I"'iris",, highest and best bidder ,.c' .iddcr a
-100 rayedYrdding Invita- King.-ley Leach Starke. FU. i for cash and interest of the anti t
tions on fine rag-content paper 2tchg William E. Dowling
only US.,.. Bradford County I above described real in properix and to the he I MAY WFt SUGGEST; /2. :

Telegraph. FOR S.VLE-1. 2 or 3 acres with same to be sold in accordant null
I good d..t9J) well about 1 mi. southof and to satisfy said execution I e6ii
SERVEL. GASFRlOFaTORS Starke on III way 100 toward I DATED I 7t t
I :2sth .
I t day .i \i '"11 .
Keystone. Halt Electric Clocks
tenable, half Deltah Pearls
ed to nell at $17995. You I timber. Dale Mitchell Rt. 1. l Box I! I I
Slade Oa* Co. LEO .
beat one. 15. Starke. BROOKER. I
3tp 5/2: ykb
I {'nit..dtat..s; Mat.di.uSuuthrrn ( I Mixmaster Waffle Iron Large Assortment I
RADIOS I FOR SALE-Oood gas refrigerator, I District ot Fit'" ids I I
All Make All Model. store and water heater. All i J 41 ;23; .

IleHnwniible .....rlt.. guaranteed three only $150, or will nell separ j 'j NOW ON DISPLAY i
rn\s. r. !'MiiKrtiF.iti ately. U. J. McOrlff. your U. K. I.IIit.: orui: I| I Toastmaster Steak Knives :
1113 W. 'all II. Clarke m. 2.18 Ucalrr. Phone. 203. tf 1'i The llel\lereil: Itrpiil.lifnn tot.
ere of the Mate "f Florida: (

\ FOR RENT-3-ninm furnished COMPLIANCE: with .. .an .- I Betty Crocker Irons
l"On 1.-\I.I--II'lu" cm Brand st apartment comfortable kUed January 1I,
beds IMh, 1932, b'n I 4 C. I DAYSTATIONARY i
bath K. tbl"Knt'li i' electric
lights, water abun< range 'all St. bridge. E. publican :National Coniinitt.-t I :
Thomas Slurke, Fla. tarkt', dn t1 *
\ take left graded road 1', ing that
a National
3tp !S/t! I I miles to hitiiMwith sign at gate delegated Couten'tor> ,t I Electric Deep Fryer 29,95
r* pi" -e.-entatl\es \
MN.: ('art1'\ nn. lirooksid. Aj>ts. I III I i
(1. electric publican i'aitv be held in t'hn
KOK SAUK-I'hfd E. refriRtrator. tf I ago
<< (loud condition. $60. 'I Illinois at lu o'clock AM I <.n Mon rl I2 I
Mr. Ancel Norman Rt. 2, Box FOU SAI.K''\(xI6 ronrrete 1I1'\l'k.1 d ay. July 7th, I'.i! fur tin. purpotof > Q i I Perculators 4.95 up I

iio\ HP Ibc each. Also cement mortar mix nominating ea niHJales'r/ -s 4 rteRds $1.00
and steel window P.radford 1-n-1 (dent and Cicr President I.. l 10. \.,ted 9
ginoerlng Cu. for at the t 14.95 LAMPS NOW
_-It :516iu I Presidential Ele: i "i, >n 8 I $5.95 nnn.u.UElectric
I.IT: J. n OIIOM. JIl.1I"It.OIU 1 Tuesday November 4th. I" > pui'
': iM>iriM: )i\r: suant to law and the rub I
> n<
('..tTTFP HO herein Grill
g 'n sS & Waffle Combination $9.95
SU.s-. owning your own business. Therel.s to the
registered Republn! ,
I.Ur Oak .em-h:>......ThursdayFOB' \\ rdnr%il1'nlatka .., a Southern Auto Asxoi-iate ..f 'he Eighth Congression.i! 1 Oicif I IJ II I
Store Kraiulu.-r open in your coy the State of
also several openings in near bytowns. Nome is heteby, given Shaeffer And Parker P en & Pencil Sets I
> ''n 'h.t I
: SALEFive room house, ii: ft. Small Capital and am I Congressional. District M IHIB: J 1.1r

living. large rout front UTK parch Wed.city In IsuKlutrrh. ewrairo. ;'- !i:' bition fet-urit will. No put experience you on the road neededa.t t..I ,the Bald registered District "Repuhlican"lIIprIMngldl'lUlt v..t.- ,.r,. I Ii IIw VIII, I We Carry The Best Lines of Perfume & Perfume SetsMOTHER'S f I

.. elwlrU-ity. Fire plus anilitrcet ue uill Irain you. Full line I Raker. Bradford. Columbia DISI J I .
auto supplie.sporting bicycles. Clli'hnst: fc '
goods i' .
light in front R5 ft. x 420 Hamilton La Fay"'!; t t eeeeeeeeeeel eeeeeeeeeeel el See eeelI eeeeel-----eee eeeeee-a eeeeeeeee M.
ft. lot. Lntll of fruit trees 1'11'.1f..r toys, and honir .supplies, at Levy. Madison Nassau. Putnam Sn 1i W
gas. Reasonable: 412 \Vestmorelantl. prices. A that makes. the <'iiMinirrbuy. I \\aiuiee. Taylor and Union Cinintu-I Fully Guaranteed with! Outstanding value at I I Whitman's HollingsworthsHEAtTIFl'LLY Nunnally's 1| FOUIS i
representative will be in
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Up your territory the. week of May I LIFETIME Ruby Jewels i BOXED CANDIES t t STIR '(
5th I>r L::Ih.1 rilr The Southern ,
.\ut.. Storff ln-., I'. O. l\: x "flii.Savannah. W. C. T. U. \ $ 75 1,
.M'AUTMKXT:: KOlt W'lT-Ul:: AVMadioon : ia for an mtrriewFOR A mognifictnl gift I
Inquiry at 'lMinlier ofCommerce. I :;TA-:
If'i RENT: -rnfurnlfhed two bedroom DKl.NK IS UA TEFl'I. IN for a Bvoutiful Bide i SPECIAL
A for only
EVEKVV.. glowing gift : ,
house, TIICKK; I*
autom.ituhut waterhravr $ ( Girl; Crod..... I '
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uirrd for electric sn.vcMr WASTE OF FOOD IX L\K1NG ; Fat..
}'OHI.J.: HY oW-iI-n-l1l\xIlO.: | A tribute '
J. II Seymour :North: Water I IT. thrilling iMG \ I I : Stainless Steel
corner lot. T. CO. l'empi rr, lit. 1. II TIIKICE IS WASTE OFi' whet f 'I cue3
ft lo o lurks lady :
J'n X 4;S. Stark FU. !(. ritArrvSt :TIP I I IX 1I
'i 5f3'' I MONEY BUYING IT, THERE; I I .*or the gift xcationl I

4tchc Fun RENT-I'nfurnished a coon 15; WASTF. OF :MEN IX ('ON- ,< 1 flgrtor Ktr with odiem.nd.t.dd.dFsll 'ts 1 ,
I'>I house! and hath. Hot ant c.litwater sr.Mixr IT. / Onlr I $1. weekly I 'r I KITCHEN SET

i -r VACATION: tin top ..f :North Carolina on Kant 10th Mreet SeeNick gvoran("d' ".lItr...
| 'i at Pmnacl* Inn, Banner Elk N. at the Fruit Stand next dogE LORD RYDER Shell Itvt (., itl _
yes I
t*. 4000 ft. up In the scenic wonderland E'i to the hou(1' (UNION SIGNAL r
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of western North Caro- i r i ( 11 J Carver & Slicer
, Una. where find leisurely "'0 ItLP.\ -Small. unfurnUhedhouse I I
comfort, fine yourw reasonable I and one acre land, ::21* miles i THIS SPECIAL GOOD t .i ;j I Cleaver
rates can di> aul of nothne from limits. TO THE VOTERS: 1 I
You city Price $500.( I Carving Fork
\ If choose or you way Quigley & Pa ; IN BRADFORD MAY 1ST THRl' 11TII I
vis. :
itch COUNTY ,
prefer snorts and recreation suchA I t t /. !: 1 Utility Knife
lawn hiking fishing I AND TillS ti
trimly, swimmlnc and cood golt SECURITIES J 1 Paring Knife
.-.>iiraw* neartfNKIOI'S bv. 4t Fireproof Protecto Security Box. I .
61'I beautiful large, heavy duty steel the interest of my brother, 15'; OFF OX ALL COSTUME JEWELRY I \ 4 I

REWARD for Information i I box County no.Telegraph:;) plus tax. Bradford t .D. S. Danoby, a candidate fort I! 25' ( OFF ON ALL DIAMOND RINGS i w $7.95 VALUE I
Florida Railroad I II
leading to the recovery of and Public 10'% OFF ON ALL WATCH BANDS t

five lung haired Chihauhau gold REWARD for return of cobalt Clue Utilities Commissioner.! I take i :
25'c OFF ON
den A.K.C. rug taken from porch Parakeet. Finger-tra'ntd I this method ALL BILL FOLDS I Complete
pet of Matched Set
. ,.f l)r. J. A. 1.' Clere, Kingsley bird. Ed. Simpson, Cern Jewelry. IIt. | Mite and soliciting jour I f I Come in and Visit Our $1 Counter
Lake between 1:30 a.m. and ':30 h R '' support on May 6 I II
\ Tuesday May %). Any: one' My brother has 25 of I i
.m. I scarf
having Information notify Itrputy .'onLFl'lpd gas refrigerator .. I For the Gifts you'll give with pleasure, let your
i oound bu .inev and
I Sheriff Cecil Jewell. Itch Also CoUspot refrigerator $i5 e\perK'nc I I BIG VALUES -- And Lois of Fun Only $2.95
each G. J. McGrlff year C.Dealer E he> will tight for lower utility Jeweler be your guide. I

Itch g I rates, better er\lce, from th! I If
FOR .\I.r.-SO White Hock and Barred f ... --- eI -"' _m ---
Rock broiler chickens.: < wks.old. utilities and nil represent the : .
4Ac/ each if taken this week- FOR SALE-One General Electriclarge I people and the utilities fairly I
W R. Devine Rt. 1. Uox '3. Law- Rotary Ironer price S".'-'. :
tey. Fla. Itp Original price $119.55. One GeneralElectric I Your vote and support \\ill be i I SANDERS WATCH SHOP I 1 KOCH

Original Clothes price Dryer$274., prl'eUU.'S. You greatly appreciated- O.b}Dansby" me. ii i iIt. i 1I 1I I DRUGSTOP I

}'HH SALE-Small house and lot, may see these at G. J. Mi-Griffs ; I

close in. $:.000. Also buslnesyruPerty s: General Electric Appliances, (Pd. Pol. .\authorized by 213 E. Call St. Starke Fla. .
on highway In to,", nand Starke.! Fla. Phones SJJ or 203. ,
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/E THE OPENING OF I In Keystone Heights"Oi i t

Keystone State Bank Beautiful Lake Genera i
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. Keystone Heights On Beautiful Lake Geneva ComP- Gay, Treas Larson

I Is Amone Florida's Fastest Growing Towns Among Honored Guests

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r Building Permits RefreshmentsAnd

Give Evidence Favors For

Of Expansion n0

All Visitors
(0)n. !hl-1 nail
w.rn! k1 .. i IJ yi-It KexstoHH : : :
uhts: On ,
t >I II B.'iutitul Lake
I, "'\.1' t,i :f:ml out ;
shy en : > \\'h'n the loots .if.n\ iIt \., .
'? i I i-In llt'z<>n!; are for-vei -' .' Bank
I open to the i i I'i"
>-i': :?' its praises. and also 1'.
wi1It t .IIY! May 2, it will be '
rh:;:'it at the '
top among Flolldfatt 'ii of a dream that

I ,. ,,:.. ----.-"- .,-, .,.,.---wI '- growing comiiiiiint I I a>b? 1 "ost two year \> 'hi"' k

.it .' .r. "C .-. the unlei-250pclassifu at, "r \e. \ 1950 to hxr > .. .
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.. -> ., ... -\ The official' report hn', .' -
I '. :' -....: : permits shows that K. _': .rl'.t: ..r.t .I rnt." ..! ,. ,
A View of Business District!' :
Heights'a,; .
second' m t'i.: 1 r mlin.U : ,
'i 'n th. number of new ,, ". '
l'rJ'' h. II i IS ,
community situated on the }u 111"; "
Keystone Heights is a delightful friendly I
fl '11th.
smaller towns ,.j H .
?; k\)11jU1L :' r ,',
the intersection of Highways No. 100 1:1:
crest of the Florida Ridge, at
Ini :nsr 11,4)! That rapid:,i iT'outh ,I',,. ,,' ': its ''
and No. 21. The ridge is:: formed by a rolling and wellwooded terrain -: his
continual t t'.r'!! ''I is:' These thii.v ,
the Atlantic Ocean the East ar.d the Gulf of 'W! \ 't. ; ;
rising gently from on ''I l i'nt! the first n'hs"
font mi i" r Hon. ( :M. Gay' lion Fxhun !anon \ logins; and Alt \lsop .
:Mexico on the West, and attaining a heig!>f of little over 200 feet abo"vesea s ''- M"''ie, than a hUlldl"I ttl > .;'1"
A'ru n : cent citizens of .,
level in the Keystone Heights area. There are 60 sand bottom, Homes have been built in Key S. I i', I I'1 rdw t i ii' L .t ,,1\ State Keys ton ( :

clear water lakes within a ten mile radius and flights made from near- -'tone Heights and >-Uiroundiii_ il;.1\I h
by Keystone Heights Airpark, 'reveal these beautiful bodies of water lak. .+rra during the past year or ill hi'!IpiUf; ]j", ,i, : ',1'ldi- ,unk on'\!: ,".. ,': h tux i I'r[ Ktwom home and calls has Keystone a very warm H.! iilr: n'

spread over the ridge. Waters from these lakes flow both into the t. I ill the many di t,uls in tonnection Heights He has ..ilbe''n honoredby terest in its welfare although >i

Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexlcc. Th.- :area surrounding Keystone with the opening of the new Keystone
being elected as Chairman of necessarily spends most .it t !'i
Heights is unsurpassed! for freshwater State Dank ComptrollerGay
.qA time in Tallahassee atteini ., '
the Board of Directors of the new ; i "
fishing and adequate facilities has announced that he will be duties 01 his office.
die available to all on hand fur the of the hank. He will be on hand for the
who en L ...L opening .. .. .L L.. _. .... The Original application f i"( ,
boy this sport. Large mouth black ua IIs. "IH'nIn 01 me name rna bass hank at Keystone was P 1'..paii
perch (
crappiei I
/ 4 and bream in September 19:'O. It Wh submitted

Boats bait fishing and information are unparalleled Permanent Attendance To Be jointly to the Federil 1 In-

A r ,yh 'a. tj; ; available at nearby camps. In ad are Trophy posits Insurance Corporation n
,dition Washington and to the S(,it-
!s to the 60
lakes The
i vWasbo. Horseshoe, Stemhatihee To Comptroller in Tallahassee
Awarded Kevstone Rotarv Friday
} f 'and St. Johns River; Cedar Key* Then followed the long/ walllllIt'riod

t.. 't Typical Catch lad other well-known places on 01 01 01 i ( that usually aCt-II\P\lII;
projects! of this kind I the untangling ,
the Gulf, as well as Jacksonville KiulavIi,\ J will be a d<'ublleillttUi > This heantiful dip n''w' come?

I St Augustine and Daytona Beaehn tit!\ in the' history of into the permanent possession of of yards and yards 'I'
I ,
red tape and the trims "
) the Atlantic, provide salt water th.. Keystone }I. ijjhtRotarv Club t the Kev>.tone Club by virture oi
Here one fir.ds pure, palatable sparkling drinking tedious paper work But al lung
'i hiig; of all tvpes Any of these Dining the iimininr members of the fart that they have for the
water and the invigorating air j ifree from depressing last, after a great amount 01 turn
>lace may be reached in a short the club will join in the festivities third consecutive year had the
humidity, dust and smoke. The dry and effort on the part of tvi"-.> wh-
; i Inve and rarely is there a disappointed in connection with the opening of, best attendance record of any
atmosphere is a boon to those afflicted with respiratory were determined to see this ,iln'.in
quest.Keystone the new Keystone State Bank i, Rotary Club in District 212. l
rheumatic disorders. There become a reality, final appruva
and are no
Heights has Com Then at noon the dub will be :
a The Keystone Rotary Club ha!
was handed down by F I>. I. C
44 stagnant pools in this well drained, fertile area 'nunity Church, a Baptist Church honored! h\ haying Stati Comp taken a leading part in the prog--I in December 1931. Charter fr, the
ar.d no unpleasant: odors caused by rise and fall of tad Catholic Services It has a I roll'j"\ 1'11'' t. M < ;tu presentin ress of the community since its bank
was actually issued hy tn.-
-.7 tides. The combining influence of lakes, elevation, Hotary Club a Lions Club Worn pi in\ '< prpseiu I t t' KI'\ -ti mRotai organization several years ago,;
Comptroller and signed bv ''h<'
}y'eThe the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, give m's Club P. T. A.. Little Theati.Iroup. v' 'n' ot: ',, 'I', Governor 2". 19: >
on February > >
Keystone Heights a moderate, dependable climate Town Planning Comm i I I''' 'lltlH', !r 'I.tl i continued to page four) .
I Officials! of the bank ire p, .n.lof !
: and make it a haven for those who seek comfort ;ion anil other cultural attraction,- ,
the faet that stock in the .1stitutmn !
tranquility ar.d a sense of well-being either for a It has a modern out-dnoi. mot!I 1/1 out '"'
is spread amIcInckholders :: >
Popular Beach Pavilion permanent hoar or temporary residence 'ncturo theatre a ne\\ n,01111"11 .. -! indicating; v. d'plead |,
hathing beach, picnu ,,1 ,.' nut! .
< interest and a desii liP>I'
ir.int': pavilion, tennis i i I''" an(' 1
of ho'
he citizens to
I part '
lit .
; groan t (dI \ ,
hue in making this prujres.vtip ;"
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.t I possible! Capital Sto k i-
!K.: v-i.ne' i Heights 1)1> at $r>0MM( ) with 115,000( I" si .

.. t;, # i i 11.,1.,,! : n lean shoPI'll!": ': i I SIOtlCO i ) undivided Prot\ .

r r 4 ,1? 1 I i '. her.- ",very necessity 11'1\' iI '. 1! .n: ,\' hank ,is t i-I i: l

',' !11..1 I ,t resiflent phxsn' ,"p 1 ,: I toOIbNP10N -'c quarters (.1 I-i', '>

iy ae try, N 'el'I-t!! i i All other spen.il: s\1\t tI '.d''' i m the bui'' lin,.: ,IIIp",1

,.: yb r ,'. 'I' av.nldbli'. such as li\ rliiit : 1 h\ the war n' .

;. hirbei: hap bl',1Utyh.: :j' i1' V\ I i-ii:;:'ii-. owner of ':M! .

x 'Aash.'teiu! There i is .I i u1s fr ,;, ,n\ moved hia on!:I I' < i
,'liool( and "' .
tiansportatilushed : d aI,1! h'n given 'i t.ii

,. to a coisululri: ,' : :. :. tse rent tree, to UI' tt'I:

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Modern Tourist Courts Provide Atcommoilations! A Modern Home In Restful S(.tting 11\1'I hrmnh:: swat,. "i',hon \llIn;* IJt. 21 Taclng North (continued toTTTT page )',

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Clay Klectric: Co-operative serves RfA; m..t rid '.S

Clay Electric Cooperative Inc
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pictured above, serves 9,500: Rural! .
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: Electrification customers in eleven I P
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Florida counties, It has continued II
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establishment in the 1930at I t Modern 40-Room Hotel

I which time it served only a few

STATE BANK hundred customers. It is an im 't. Serving Three Meals Dally

portant factor in the growth of .

Keystone Heights, since it now t BEST OF FOODS-
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t employs So persons and ha a .

I of $23.000 REA
monthly payroll

I II wonders in bringing .
has performed -4--
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I i iI I rural electricity communities to: the making farm it pos and The Popular KevstonInn. I I

I CLAY ELECTRIC Ii sible for people living in these KEYSTONE, BEACH, he.

) areas to enjoy the same modern J

conveniences and electrical appliances ;. Bathing Dancing

: as: art used in 'he

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Catering Especially
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I We Believe That The Opening of The Keystone State j I I

Bank Fulfils A Great Need In Our Community And j 1

Marks The Beginning of A New Era of Growth And i

Prosperity In Keystone Heights "On Beautiful Lake i I j

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G. E. WIGGINS President ALBERT NELSON-Vice President DAVE FOLSOM Cashier '3.


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Pictured above are interior view of the attractive new Keystone At right above I is another view of the bank interior showing/
State Bank. In picture at left are seen John J. Camp,new mf'mhere customers will be sened. The inlaid tile floor and the
ber of the bank staff;Albert Nelson\ice president;Date Folsom, natural-finish cabinet woodwork combine to make a most pleasing
cashier; and G. E. Wiggins, president, as they stand in newly interior. The bank vault and board room are at the rear of
finished! bank fo)er. the building.

The Public Is Cordially Invited To 'Open House' On Opening Day Friday, May 2

Best Wishes To Keystone State Bonk Congratulations



General Insurance Auto
FLORIDA Complete Repairing
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA ElectricAcetylene Welding


Welcome/ I Best Wishes
Congratulations Compliments
FROM Our Beautiful Town OF t

STORE Town and Lake Property COMPANY FROM

RENTALS Thompson Dinette


Phone Res. 2501 Office 2331 PLUMBING & HEATING TRY OUR FINE FOOD

Best Wishes For Compliments To Our New Best Wishes To Best WishesKEYSTONE




LAWRENCE. of Roads 21 and 100

3 Sheriff -- Clay County AT TRAFFIC LIGHT
DEVELOPMENT CORP. Home Cooking .. Regular Dinners


j I Among The Lakes,! and Hills) of The I I Specializing in Southern Fried Chicken PRESIDENT OF THE BANK Office Phone 2331Residence
Beautiful Ridge District '
Clear, Sand-Bottom Lakes ., Rzeellht Drinking }IRS. ALDERMAN, Manager I OF GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2441
:Water Delightful" Yt:ear TOtind i Climate I.._ _


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I I. We Wish To Emphasize That This Is A Community I II : E E
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' I I Banking Institution, Made Possible By The Faith and :I..
TATE B A N K I:. I '.
I Confidence of The People of This Community And I II I '

I Devoted To The Welfare of Keystone Heights I I E,.

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INVITED __-d! .:"t I I i 9:00: A.M. TILL 1:30 P.M. Ii II 'CIt .

rr-4: .x : r SATURDAYS ;II 1 .f.
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS t. II 9:00: A.M. TILL 1:00 P.M. Ii Ii t

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G. E. Wiggins N ro F. M. Walrath, Jr. E

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Albert Nelson < r A. G. Loudon
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Dave Folsom x' Lindsay Walker .E

Dr. S. Clarkson C. I I. Tolles .


J. Edwin Larson, Chm. Of Board


Keystone Service Station
4 eas ey s Service StationKEYSTONE _






To The New Keystone State Bank For Every Success


Expert Watch Repairing E.M.BLEIIA A.H.RUSCHER{ *

Good Wishes for Every Success CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS Two Signs of Progress E



PHONE 3462
Ererything for The'Fisherman BUR 0 N' S GARAGE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. I C 1



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I 11tf11.ti M\Y *, 19'Y1

_r New State Bank Will Be EmployedIn

f Opening Friday I New State Bank

cyr ?c ontmued from
page onelKx'insive ,

Worm FarmIt .-.arof: t: course remodelling, and the was building n\ceA.1 I ,...

:... nance.presents a most pleasing ap- I ...

\ i Officers of the new institutior 't

all began with a few forgotten ;t u. G. E. Wiggins president, x

wigglers. Now it's a flourishing _______ David Albert S.Nelson Folsom.vice cashier-mana president.

young industry. son pei Directors chairman are of ,the J. Edwin board: Lat A! a

be>- Nelson G E. Wiggins FrankM :. !

: Walrath Jr., A. G. Loudon p ,1;, I ,

It just goes to show what you can do with a couple of cans S Folsom, R. L. Walker, Judge ':: _I.>> r r

of leftover worms plus a little imagination plus a lot Cl. ;, 'Hinont Tolles of Melrose andS John J .
Clarkson of Jacksonville Camp! aruved in K f
of hard work.A .
rne bank is the outgrowth of : stone Heights on April U" tll h .
year or so ago a North Caro his duties
I a member
> > than two years of effort on o':
before we get things the
lina the of just way
fisherman by name staff of the
we want them," he quickly adds. 'It i part of a number of local! Keystone state I' \
O'Brien stopped for a weekend Mr Camp ha had
/ and several
us business Yl'al'
with the Tracy W. Baker family Eventually the Bakers plan tc v men. banking experience, and cat< t'
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plant a large portion of their 115-
combinationstore :
who then operated a Keystone from Fitzgerald rj h: !
and fishing at the little I acre place in Improved pasture t' ,
camp i i t uX, Gay To Present was originally from N<-\\ u I., < ,
of Pensacola: Bahia and hairy in
Lake Geneva Key t '.
of near
village Mr. ,
; .. Camp RJ;; his: wn
A after digo and raise registered Angu' ... __ Attendance
stone Heights. day or so Trophy making their h ': ? at :'
cattle. 'iW4t'i
Mr. O'Brien departed. Baker dis : \ "I. house at Ke\st'
But right at present they've got 1 ___
covered that the visitor had left 'Ilr IIHIt'tl from pipe on '

behind a couple of cans containing their hands full, thank you with .
200 unfamiliar-looking more than a million hungry worm? + HI ''point with prt.w't. and cnmmuniiN[
reddish-purple worms. demanding their attention, to say ... jL4. W lL \, sin tessful project-- d\" signed.immunity S E M.K.u tcm.tdent !> : '

Always interested in new and nothing of several thousand ..."Jt betterment Last I i of the ,dub "Id \\ '

improved fish bait. Mr. Baker i''"shiners" to look out for in those ;.< ,; _,- 'II day the. club. staged a highly ceeded III Jul! l I.> E. T MThe I ,-
I .' r. : i il] idly and b.ir .
artificial pond pi.s 'i- ,' t t
decided to do a little experimenting I I Howard Bissland. U S Soil t f' ''I"' : ". .....tIof which'i11 'Trophy l 1,1, !b *
and f "I y ''t- .1 i
with the forgotten worms I ... >i T-, P en +
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transplanted them into boxes. Tc Conservation Service biologist of !;, .rchasing recrea !!lar luncheon "' Ig I' \t.
11 I l' i nt for the srho II! Inn !i. "
thrived and multi Orlando has described the Baker at noon .y
his delight they ,
plied at such a brisk rite that he operation as "the most thoroughand 1r &f .. ,'

began to visualize for the first I scientific approach to raising J : ; ;L' I COMPLIMENTSOF

the real potentialities of worms I've ever seen". After a
time I .. .. _
commercial! tour of the Baker homesite it i>
worm-growing on a I 1 \1 a ,r. 1'n r>i 'h, Telegraph
scale I doubtful if even the most analytical

How right he was! Today those I observer would care to di* TO PHOTOGRAPHS; ABOVE

two cans full of worms have been ]pute Mr. Blissland on that score.

parlayed by Baker and his Indus And most of their "wormology'had I II : : fC"1hle and! LOUKIi: 1J:1'T: Baker and sons arc shown with once tiC the McMurtry Construction Co.

trious sons into a thriving In'I I 1 to be worked out by the I : ht hand man" neat cardboard cartons in which they |package their worms for

dustry. So rapidly did their bait Bakers the hard way-throng! : edge of one the market. The younger Baker helpers are (kneeling) JA'X and.

business expand that last fall. 'trial and error. "There just I ))arlin All Types of Kuildiiig i iI\

Baker & Sons reached the fateful;j'weren't any authorities in thir I I ng difference ('tX1'JoJmazin; : : three-point worm which the Bakers fin decision to go at It "whole hog."| field to whom we could turn for I ..:. fertilizer KYLE McMl'UTKY I i irifOXE ,
They sold their popular roadside i advice," the elder Baker explains al frr- in about one out of e\ery S00 worm*. This photographwas ; iI I

business on Route 100 In order i'1 "We were told uiat you couldn't liberal appli- made by C. \V. Coates of the New York Zoological Society I I I : 33S1:> KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. H.\. :

to devote full time and energies I ji grow worms successfully in pits ( .. hand cam* who obtained some of the thm-tail specimens for study The I II
to their flourishing worm farm !that they had to be grown in I
I fertilizer. Bakers are not sure whether these
op the southern shore of Lake I boxes Well, we've proved that triple-threat worms are f \

Geneva. I wrong and we're pioneering in producing its freaks of nature or the result of growing an extra tail{ due to i I i II

"It's taken a lot of hard work.". lots of other respects" he added. I .". earthworm possible Injury in the pit... COMPLIMENTS II I I IOF
When it comes to worms, the" as long as
Baker says as he surveys with I Bakers don't take anybody's say i iso. < sell a part of LOWER RIGHT: Lengthy worm barn is shown, while in foreground I! I I

pardonable pride his two huge They believe in finding out ,1,i purpose, is portion of man-made pond in which the Bakers are I II i I i
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worm "barns" and the man-made for themselves. So far their experimental I i growing: minnows for bait. I

ponds in which he and his sons work has paid off I I

grow minnows for bait as an adjunct handsomely worms, that is I
to their I j as long under In placing a new pit into opci a- '! "Fish fight for ) 1
worm industry- When it comes to dollar profits. worms that ) I
"And its to take lion the Bakers fill it with a mixture squirm," he added. M-W-TB-PiUK I\ \
going a lot more the Bakers admit they're little be !
but the fishert t of peat moss, leaves: grass Baker admits l I
that his
4'I I are frisky but so far he hasn't
buys a Baker' 1 ter They are continually experimenting !,
I I any of them jumping out
They have an with different combine-
of the can to fight back at the
through-: I tions in the how! of someday discovering -
1 ( j fish. Even his: thr '-taile"special" '' 1i
and several : the ideal habitat for their
: (see picture above) r'-
They visit (carefully nurtured worms. Intr
(better behaved than that. But in
and pick!, each pit are placed from 2.000 tt'l, other respects, Baker will match
have been kept ;3,000 worms for breeding i i
TO TilE NEW purposes. j his worms against the best that
them with Worms bi-sexual
are and each
anyone, anywhere has to offer .,
the listless So the next time you hear ar
where they capsules per week if temperature"
KEYSTONE STATE BANK I liveliness in the j and moisture conditions are rightThese angry person shout "you worm!"
-just stop to think that it might
capsules hatch out in three" KEYSTONE
i I not be such an insult after all. If
I leally hit i weeks and each produces ar I
you need convincing just visit thr i I
summer, the ;average of 10 worms. When they |
south shore of Lake Geneva I
FROM around 30,000 months old the
e ;ate I six new worm ]
see what the Bakers have built Central Florida Bible
A little quick c start reproducing so it is easy tc Conference I II
that this would ;see that a Comptometer would be up-all from a couple of cans of i I
E half-dead
EE of $416.V) per, i needed to figure how many worms worms! -- .

However, would be produced in a year'
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SCALES per cent dis time by the two o" three thousam1started -

I \ -o the Bakers' in each pi'.
II ) 30,000 weekly Best Wishes To The Keystone State Bank
Th. se.-li ro'
I t I pits are t t" r i "11'
j : $250. Not
Red & White Market | i but like ? inoistme, feed and hr.'s,'! .. .,,'f
worms will not feed 01 t ;"i .01'1"'! i
t' I *-, "it ain't al'
at temperature below f o "!,,err! ..-:. r r
II feed bill alone
A t tl (.i niopioter} kept in i ,u I' '):.. l:... '. : r: 0 t
I maintain that the fisherman gt'tFmore is no onsiderable item with .:. .: "
Keystone! Heights, Fla. j worm for his money wher !, around 200 pounds per week being pit The pits: are rO\'I'I't'I\- ( out J'\III.: which would 1 di'i'.n. thr = t.
because consumed at present. But a little
j |
he buys the Baker product worms and have sidings: whirr
.&&&&&&&& &&&&&&&&& & 1 I' and will later; on when most of those mil ( : )
1AAAAALA/111114fif_u_A u_.A. their,__H_ worms are larger can be closed in eliemelold I < 'h EXTRA COST
-&&& lion ot more worms reach full-
&- I downire.. the Bakers estimate

0 I.. \ 11 b. using from :500 to GO(' Baker Il't'a bIg kn k "nt "' r This now Formica Extension-Top

pound's' per week. : recent news story announrmgthat

CONGRATULATIONS Then> there the matter of those' a junior high school t It'adlt'r Ct3ROME DINETTE 1I l'

s"It'lItlfwally; constructed pits in Boulder. Colo. has developed! r _

At present the Bakers have their hybrid worm that "turns squirms

original I worm-barn an 1S.\76 foot 'writhes, and occasionally leap Handsome, modern extension-top chrome dinette

shritet containing 16 eight-by I out of the bait can to fight back set has a genuine Formica table top matching 1 you get It FREE with

KEYSTONE STATE BANK eight foot pits, and a newer at the fish from the end of P chairs have lovely Duran spring seats and backs.

18xl0.ttrul'ture containing 12eightb hook. The teacher a gentleman Complete set includes table and four chairs as purchase 0 f this

e \'.16 foot pits. These last by the name of R Forrest Davis pictured. You'd expect to pay $110 for this beautiyour

built pits were made double the described his super wriggler as t I ful set alone but, for a limited time only

size ot the older ones and the" "red hybrid"a cross between the" I

Bakers insider them an improve hardy brandling and the large I: Deluxe

We Are Proud To Have Done The Work Of meat dpep-burrowing orchard worm tItiiiit 8.1 Cu. Ft Refrigerator f

Remodelling And Redecorating The New Vacation Bible Keystone Growing

Bank BuildingS School By KeYi Planned* At Rapid Rate : at the Regular Retail Price of the Refrigerator alone!

.one Baptists i continued from page most r

alreadx Vacation Bible School plans are I school nearby while those whc II|i I II

under way at the First
seek higher education attend r
may j
1 Bapti-t Church of $ ( e''jt. Tall Bortlt Zant .room for
KeystoneHeight. I the University of Florida at ;' ,
f 12 tall beverage bottle.
Th dates will be June Gainesville, a half-hour drive. z and
even large cane pitchers -
LET US BID ON YOUR NEXT JOB 9-20 I Keystone Heights is incorporated. ', tatn. of fruit juice.
Preparation I A
Day will be Saturday It has bonded ,
no indebtedness
j .. .
June T. 5114..0'" M. h" pa
ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION'HOMES from 9:30: till 11:30: i There is no state income tax andI I e -. meats ready to cook without .
a.m This period will be given ,I IJ5.000 of assessed valuation ofi t thawing Corrosion resisting

: over to practicing the joint wor- 'i i homesteads is tax exempt The g': 'I eaay-clean shelve
i including the proces- !j I Community is served by the Clay I I ......I4Jty..1IM DN..... ..

sional and recessional with flags : Electric Co-ope: rat iv<>. Inc Key 4 ,, ; glaas-covered. Keep fruiU
the salutes songs and other essential. I stone Water Works Inc Western >21 vegetables crisp. 20-Qt. car

COURTS .-. registration of pupils, etc. I Union Telegraph Co. Greyhound w 'a pacity. Of acidrwieUntporcelain
Luncheon will be served at the 1 ; $ i
Bu Lines, Southern Railway. andI -I
church at noon after which decorated .., ::L Inz9
Railway Express; It has a'olun
FREE ESTIMATES automobiles will be wait J I teer Fire Department and a small ( 'Y-,Y,,. .

ing to take the children on an I but adequate D. P W which : Foturln9{ IU gioitt-Wt rfourleud Both are Yours

'bl'extensive parade. The parade will j I keeps the community clean! an.neat. :' |f"( SPEED FREEZER. .holdi 24Ibi. (for i 0,11,
I' supervised by the principal, ,I .frozen foods end 4 hors totaling
with the superintendent, teachers i, 60 i iCe cvbti1! What a terrificmoncytaving 95
and volunteers assisting. I ......, valu* with *. 5- t 274

M. M. & The. F faculty D Gant is:as Principal.follows: Pastor Mrs- I, kips. Mrs. Stella Stanley Mrs chrome in cord lot dinette! limited roan>uite today quantitiei free I of, "*/J Weeds tfl Pay

Sargent SonPHONE F D Gant Ada Louden Mrs Irma Altman I, ".1 i L "

:\ur"ery. Mrs E. T. Davis. Mrs Gladys Hill. L a.1fII' .... .-

Superintendent; Mrs Betty Milli- j Junior Dept.: Mrs. Marie Parker

can Mr- Doris Buck. 'Superintendent; Mrs Anna Hower SEE THIS GREAT VALUE ATREDFEARN'S

3761 ton. Mrs. Tiny Hill. Mrs. Mattie
Beginner Dept.: Mrs E. Ride. .
Lawson, Mrs. Mae Matthews
Superintendent; Mrs. Edna
Beasley, Mrs Annabel Anthony. Intermediates: Mrs Bede :Mann,

KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS, FLA. I Mrs Tommy Dasher Mrs. C. P. Superintendent; Mrs. I B T>re. ,
I KmchenPrimai Mrs. Mac McCrary.

y- MiFred Dodd Music Director MrMamie Next Door To The Bank Keystone Heights, Fla.PAGE .

Superintendent Mrs Alice Wat Griffm

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4 j y >u hTARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 195'

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Vote TuesdayIn

STUB NO. 1 ___ ___ _

Signature of Elector

---=- - - - - - KXO.OOO, registered v j't i-
DEMOCRATIC INITIALS: OF ''IU Florida the First Den'lll'ra'
Primary next Tuesday is
ISSUING I expect 1 1I
to set new records for attendan,
No. at the polls.

6 !! In Bradford County alone I

: total of 4.656 men and women .trr'
y roi STUBNO.j2 t registered 25
per cent Ii;
- - - B
- - -
over the 3,725 who were qn.il! .

p 1 Every precinct in the CO', J'"

PRIMARY BALLOTMAY i has shown a gain in regUr,, .
j over 1950 with the Lawte, N,., .
S Starke and South .
6,1952BHADFOHD I Starke p.cmrts "
: being the heaviest gam M ,
COUNTYPRECINCT 1 The table below shows the 1 r.i:+

and 1952 registration in each ;'I i
1 NO. i cmct and 'l
0 percentage of! i

L To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name l'ct. lSUO I9JJ Law

._ :er of the person for whom you desire to vote. No. 1 560 709 :!

No 3
815 1051 :.!'vNo.4
OF THE UNITED STATES ( for eve) District ThreeOn 81 86 :,
ballot only in Precinct N'o. :3 I (South StarUe) No :5' 278 339 :!
(Vote for one)
If everybody who's eligible will vote next Tuesday, it'll be i No 6 103 157 :.
TOM D. BAILEYRAY (Vote for one) No. 7
the second American Revolution! \\'e\'e been letting our 91 sNo.

country be run by about half the people for years and years. CHARLES E. COMPTON VAN DUSEN 1:3: H. A. (BUDDY) BISHOP. JR. ,j I f-'I II | Precincts. S 257 300 17
The other half just "didn't choose to be bothered" to go to the I \ are numbered as tot t i
ESTES KEFAUVER lows: No.1 Lawtey; No. 2 :North:
polls.What MAURICE EDWARDS JR. I I Starke; No. 3 South Starke, N..
would happen if everybody who SHOULD and RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES
4 Graham; No. 5 Hampton:: 6
COULD actually voted? Nobody knows. Nobody even daresto
COMMISSIONER IRA WILSON I I II Theressa; No. 7 New River; No -
guess. But there isn't a citizen worth the name who :-I 1 Brooker.It .
wouldn't like to find out who doesn't believe it would be CARROLL S. SHAW (Vote for one) is predicted that at least t

about the greatest thing that's happened to our country -- COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3,600 (tor about 75 per cent of the

since 1776. REMEMBER: CONGRESSIONALUNITED D. S. (DAN) DANSBY I District Five total number registered) will actually
ONE VOTE elected John Quincy Adams President. On ballot only In Pn-rincb.7 and 8 (New River go to the polls: next Tues

ONE VOTE elected Thomas Jefferson President. THOMAS S. (TOM) FERGUSON and Brooker) day. In the 1950 election a total!
ONE VOTE passed military conscription in 1921. STATES SENATORVote I of 3.157 voted out of a possible

ONE VOTE made France a Republic in 1875. ( for one) RICHARD (DICK) MACK ) I (Vote for one) :3725.: That was an off-year cli
ONE VOTE has decided many a fateful issue since the -' Lion with no major county"
R. H. (RUSSELL) GREEN JR. I ices except Representative, .",
beginning of man. YOUR VOTE may be the one that decides PEASLEE STREETS I Ii
the next Governor of Florida or the next President of the WILLIAM A. GASTON 1= i- the ticket.
United States.Be M. 0. HARIIELL i 1 I Several closely contested county

sure to cast YOUR ONE VOTE on Tuesday, May 6. SPESSARD L. HOLLANDREPRESENTATIVE L STATEHOUSE r..I' races, together with the state
campaign for Governor, the di"
"T TTTT""TTTT'TTTTTTTTTTOTTTTTTTT"'T"iT ; \ CONSTABLE trict contest for Congress, and

IN CONGRESS ( for one) : District One the Presidential "popularity poll'

Eighth Congressional District On ballot only In Precincts 1,2, and 3 (Iawtey, between Senators Russell and
I- Kefauver will all combine to at
The VotersOf N. Starke and S. StarUe) ,
[ 0 (Vote (or one) DOYLE E. CONNEI: tract voters to the polls next Tu''

] (Vote fer on) day.In
JAKE P. ROBERTS addition to the regular b.ti
GUY ANDREWS ; ---I lot Bradford Countians will al 1.1'

[ MILTON D. CARTER I I I b" handed special_ ballot on which
Bradford County LEX GREEN COUNTY they will register approval or di>

J. S. (JULE) EUNICE I I I I approval of using a portion of thr

D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWS -, ounty's rare track funds for the
E COUNTY JUDGE J. L. SILCOX I i construction and maintenance ot

ALTON C. WITI' a public hospital. This is ue1'\
(Vote for one)
E D. B. (DICK) THOMAS \ likewise contributing to the un

--- ---' usual interest the part of voter
i I JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE Voters are advised to study

closely the sample ballots on this
> page so they will be familiar
On ballot only' in Precincts No. 1,2 and 3 (Lan-
(Foil Tern 6 Yean) with them when they enter the
\ Starke and S. Starke
tey )
I Group No.2' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT booth and will not have to los
any time in last-minute studying
(Vote for one)
(Vote for oae) (Vote for one) of the ticket.

\ No "write-in" votes are permitted
ALEX L. BARNES. I I, in the primary. The nameof
cahdidates without
t 'd F. C. HODGES I I oppositiordo
not the ballot.
appear on An
B. K. ROBERTS CHARLES HARDY I -' exception to this is the case of

I Nathan Mayo Commissioner ,>(
I SHERIFF Agriculture, whose opponent John
STATE Kennedy qualified but later requested
(Vote for one) NATIONAL COMMITTEEMANVote that nil! name not be
placed on the ballot. Under the
GOVERNORVote ( for one) law the name of llr. Mayo had t h
T. C. (CLAYTON) CRAWFORD j I remain on the ticket.
( for one) I
RICHARD D. BARKER |1--\\ For the first time in history .:>
With a sincere desire to render a better service to the peopleof P. D. REDDISH i Florida elections voters may u'

of Bradford I take this to solicit vote and -' dicate direct rlt
County means your ALTO ADAMS a preference r
J. B. HODGES I ...
> support next Tuesday for your Shenff. My qualifications are .I It T ASSESSOR 'I' President of the United Stat ,
founded upon good character, honesty, integrity and an abiding BILL HENDRIX S. TRAVIS PHILLIPS i I As seen at left the name! < '
i faith in the people of our County. You voters are fully aware (Vote fr oae) ----I II four men appear for President

t of the fad I do not Indorse nor condone shady dealings in any DAN McCARTY WALDRON (Wally) SWENTZEL "' : Senators Russell and Kt-fauvrr
both well known, and now C.H
manner whether it be in private or public life or in a political I "
T. J. ALDERMAN I t ducting intensive campaign n
campaign. BRAILEY ODHAY '
\ I -, I Florida. No one seems to know
I It
GENE LONG I much about Compton and Shaw
A public: office is a public trust and every official in government DALE E. SPENCER I ..I, outside of the fact that they are
t should surround himself with honesty fairness and theability
COMMITTEEWOMAN Flondians. The Russell-Kefauvtr
to discharge the duties imposed upon him. No citizen
t SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION outcome will have no effect except
.: should use the assets of the county, state or nation to further 3'I COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE (Vote fir one) to Indicate the preference ,of
his (V.tt fir one) I
: own private gain or political advancement.His Florida voters Delegates to the

(rete for we) I '-! convention, who will be electedin
E His conduct at aU times should be above reproach and in MARIAN L. CROSBY '-1 i MRS. LOUISE ALFORD ;' the Second Primary, are not

> keeping with the best traditions. Your Sheriff is the Executive bound by this vote and both

Officer of the county and upon him depends the safety of our NATHAN MAYO l-\\ W.M. (MITCH) EDWARDS ; MRS. POLIiY ROSE BALFE I.J I 1 Russell and Kefauver will have a
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> citizens. Law enforcement is his business and while I shall never \ ------ I set of delegates on the Second

t resort to STRONG ARM methods if chosen your Sheriff, I i Primary ballot

pledge you never shall I countenance crookedness and corruption.Good I II 1 The law provides a run-off pr

common sense, fair and square dealings with everyone I == N :: "E i .5"E I mary to be held three weeks after
> wUl govern me at all times and I pledge you I shall keep faith :00 I I H I ;:J o. I (c'0"I" -::-. i| the First Primary in all race

t with the good people of Bradford County as I have In the past. < Z I d r" Z LE"'O nib II: '(;"Im !' where there is no majority vote
A ::: :: 0 =:.c held
will be
My deputies and office personnel will be only those of high za. ..J L : I Z ..J L I Z -N ...,. L c- ",:r M ..r c:..M .... .c("I :,i The Second 27 Primary
moral standing honest and faithful to the duties and obligations o 4 r 00::: 4 r 00 r C x -' on May
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyBROOKER swer or pleading to the complainton St., Pueblo Clolora o. law the FUlIYM.ty 2. ,.
the Plaintiffs Attorney Zach H. You are. hereb) notified that a such certificate property described in NL= of '\'I. or SW. -
Douglas 505 Lynch Building. Jacksonville for or certificates will I & of _
suit Divorce Orleinal
has been filed be sold to the highest bidder II WI & wI I 'I'mn of Markr 2S
Florida, and file the original against you In the above named court house door at the I : ft lt of f ::
the 8\1. The
on first E 30 '
Mon of
in the office of the Clerk of the Lots
Court and 5EL Ex .
I M.
cause and you are required day in month of June Wig- II
1952;;: which 2. 4. of Dlk 2!
Circuit Court before the
By Mrs. E. J. Lewis on or to serve a copy of your answer is the 2 day of June 1952. I gins land onN 15;; 6 :0 591 ft of o '_- Y'__ "" '
day of May 195:!; otherwise the allegations 106 p the X 171 _
\s i 0.00
or pleading to the 1.4 of "IV
complaint Dated this 15 day of 1952: ,. of EI. L ockwel ft of E XO
of .aid Complaint betaken Apri. ft of
-.IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAmong on the Plaintiffs Attorney, T. Frank L SEAL) A. & NE'4 of W Ilk
confessed by CFIo'lCI !'. I 2: 6 ZO 29 as
as you. 50 r. L.
Landrum tarkt'. Florida and file Circuit Court of Bradford Skwel ZO.51 'f'xtendl on
those from here attend This notice uhall be published the original in the office of the I County, Florida.
I once each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before I To" 01 f'" Rlrr Sr.tul. e :0 Com at SW Cor of A,1.I. I' ,, '
ing the evangelist meeting in week in the Bradford County Tel.greph. .- the 19th day of May. 1952;; 4/l 4 59NOTICE I : :4 Madison & Ray Sis

Jacksonville last Sunday were T. otherwise the allegations of said I Lots 4. 5, 6. Bk 15 Mason Thomas 15.33 & run s 2.16 ft for a
Dated this 24th day of April. 1952. OF APPLIC.TIO'tI 4, BUc 3%
Complaint will be taken as confessed I FOR Lt Pt beg thence
B. Pinholster and Lubedia. Mrs. (OKK1C1AL HEAL) A. J. 1'buman. by you !I T.IttU I r:\ & E of NW; Jtslie Sewel ..4 run W ins ft S 52u

Tyler Jones and daughter, Sandra, Clerk of the Circuit Court. This notice shall be publishedonce I loao o. lfi J2 I & N\V t ot SE'4 %9 C :0 r. D. Jobs HU' ft K: 105 ft X 52
Ejr Myrtle T. Deavcr Deputy Clerk HEREBY \
each week for four consecu. Gl'E that ft t.. pt of
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willis and 4/25 4t 5/16 tive T.-eeks in the Bradford County Adolph Gay the holder follow beg 28 f I! Delia W. H.-ito; .
Telegraph. ing certificates has filed said certificates Wad CUr S 7 :0 Lit
children and J. W. 1
Thomas. NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this. 16th day of April 1952.:; for a tax deed to be i issued l'III..o. ruby A. CV. fIt .f >1 ., : 4 n

We are glad to welcome B. T. !. Clrc.lt C..rt. Bradford C...tf, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thuiiiae. thereon. The certificate numbersand Lots 1. 2. 10. 11 of Lt 2 of Blk 12 \ :

Stewart back after tc Fl."' ..I !. Chaaeerr. Clerk of the Circuit Court I years of issuance the description Elk 1 G. IL Parker Lt I. 2 of Rik ;J. W Robin-I '. .
moving Frank Pieraccini Plaintiff, vs. By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk j I of the property and the names 8. 9, 10, 1 of 17 W 62 ft of 1*

Gainesville for a few weeks. Vienna J'ieracclni, Defendant.Case Xo. SOS9V 4/1S 4t 5/9 ;I follows in which: it was assessed are a!I P.1k 7 O. W. Barry 4.:1 15. 16 f. P 1 4 of
Lot 2 of mk 1%
Miss Vivian and Jeanette Pin. ..(lr. oro 'Jlpar. Certificate No Year of Issu- H. n stokes J.U IMks 17. Mack
.NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION' 1 Lot 5 ot 16 rolrnin _
holster, of Jacksonville visited To: Vienna Pieraccini whose A special election IK called to be ,I I nee May 31. 1950. Lot. 5, 6.Dk, 8 of Earl Cook a.1 S>* of Pk 26 Jessie Green '
residence Is: 72 Patton Street, held In Bradford County, Florida. on I I Description of Property: XTJ of I 20 Elk 1 Lot X & S by F

their grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Springfield, Massachusetts. May 6, 1952.:; at the same time. and I ILotft; 3 & 4 of Blk. 3 Gaskin Add SE of ..7.V.. Thomas 4.69 60 ft Eiv in SKC

Pinholster Friday afternoon.Mr. You are hereby notified that a at the fame polling places and with I 1: to Town of Starke Section 29, I BEl. 9 : 4 Evelyn P. Thomas :: r of Lot 2 of Blk
All NtVA of .3
suit for Divorce has been filed the same and clerks I I Township 6 South Range 2:! East NW'S =
managers a 11
% Homer ,
I Adkml
and Mrs. J. 9. Crotty and against you In the above named the first regular Democratic Primary -i' Name in which aHe""e t'n- ot Rd 1 : z L. Z. Wimams un Lt 45 ft X 6 S
I known. All E'
12 of NEt. of
Court and cause you are required
hereafter In said County by ft
.i j E &
up- in
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon, of Jackson. to serve a copy of your on the question of the establishment i 1 (If more than one certificate foli EI N ot Rd 16 :0 3 L. Z. Williams i XE Cor of Lot\of

vIDe were Sunday guests of answer or pleading to' the complaint acquisition or construction operation I Ii i loatO'e order for each additional I I All NWL4 of SIVof %.5 I Rlk 27

on the Plaintiff Attorney and maintenance of a public i certificate Rd U 20 U G. heath A. T. Paul l' ,
i U' Lot 2 ft E 2 ft of 1't
Lubedia and Truby Pinholster. | Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Graham hospital In tTadford County Florlda -:i All of said property being In the of E' ot NEt4 22: 6 21 Mautie E. Leslie 11.27 ,1 3 of BUt 36 .

Mrs. Eva and Reginia Harrellare I Building Jacksonville Florida. under Chapter 27411. Acts of the County of Ifradford. State of Florida. lEt. of NV'.4 ot \ 21 22 % E. C. Green 16.27 Lots 3 lola LlttU : !
4, of Blk
and file the original in the office of I Unless such 40 Jackton
Legislature of 1951, by the pay- cE'rttcat. or certifi- ;, SI of siv; &
confined to the Alachua coun. the Circuit fonrt on or before the ment to said hospital of that part : catf'1 shall be according ,I corn ft W of SE .i unit &LonaU .
ty Hospital, Gainesville. Jean! 26th day of May 1952: otherwisethe of the race track funds in excess of to law the property described In I ('or 15 SW t of b Lots 2. 3. of Blk 4* Sallte Wi .

allegations of paid Complaintwill $$80.000 allocated to Bradford such certificate or certificates will iSP I
& S
Endicott is confined to her home !i be taken a!* confessed by you. County under Chapter 550, Florida I be sold to the highest bidder at the ft WI E run tt. S 300 I.UInKMon. TraNy A CV. \tdll". fo !..rl. : .
This notice shall be published once Statutes. All duly qualified electors court house door on the first Monday '- 75 1 :
with flu. We hope them all a ftV to pt I I II Lot 3. 12 & S 9 ft of
each week for four consecutive regardless of party, arc qualified to in month of June, 1952, whichis I I 1 .
speedy recovery. weeks In the Bradford County Tele. vote therein. the 2 day of Jun1 2. I' of beg 25 :1 U V. E. Hal I Lt 4 of Elk I Floyd (1r..n I'' ,

graph. This 3 day of March. 1952.:; : Dated thin 15 ) 4pri. U:2. Lou 41, 4!. In Wt'od- :101! 6. i. 8. 9 CUt

Guests of the W. E. Bigham's, Dated this ISth day of April. 1952. THE BOAUD OF COUNTY COMMIS8IOXEHS i (OFFICIAL I'E.A.. ". I lawn U 5 :2 20 A. A. Quuten 21Lot Primul (' r ; .

Jr. last Sunday were her (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Thomas.A OF BKADFOUDiCOUNTY I I I Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty. W ot Lot I In j S, 11, BUt 26 Wro Balm: : '
parents, Clerk of said Court. FLORIDA Florida. ";oodla\n 5 3 C'ulton G. > NH of Lot 4 & allLot5&'S4ofLot

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee of By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk By M. 0. Harrell. Chairman. I 41 4t 5/9 E (.f Nof SEMI 1 5 10 Elizabeth W1Uam .2,76 I
Jacksonville.Mrs. 4/25 4t 3/1C j jJ 45t 5NOTICE /! Z .i:! 6. Ex E 25
Circuit Court. Hradfonl Count,, 15. Ex Lot 1 ren I I 19 Temple's f Bt
J I .Florida In C'hanrer.r. Ilk I I
R B. Crosby had as guest NOTICE TO APPEAR I Kuth T Gibhi, Plaintiff ,.s. Arthur of I4Lwteyv Starke 2 6 P. E M.Ri.:
i II. Circuit (,,urt. Bradford County, I I IJ J. (iibbv. Defendant \ of H)'. Z i U P. P. Moore :': I.ot 3 of Rlk 33,
last Sunday her sister, Mrs. H. H. Notice is hereby given that the un- i ZO.SI/
of 111k 25. Town I i Peeks Addition
J Florida! I. Chancery. I -rsigned, under the provisions ofj I ('a1 Xo. 9012 S'.4 I Iof totark.
Blount and son, Wilbur of Talla. 1 Louise Warren. Plaintiff is Connie .I Chapter 20.953; Laws of 1o'lorida..tA ,I 'Order of Publication and Notice
hassee. I Warren, Defendant. ,I jof 1941. will register with the Clerk Appear : 27'I
They were accompaniedhome j Case No. 9107 |i of the Circuit Court in and for Brad I II I State Of Florida to Arthur J. i iOilib 'i'unii 01 l.a"t"1 Ea'.t of Ialna, Sf'tHoa. :U A :2 I I j ('ItT ..rL S/ll W. A C*. i.T.1 fe HarUeLots 2S 6 :

by Mrs. Crosby's mother,[ >atlee To \pp.ar. I! ford County State of Florida upmil' hose residence is: "nknrwn. !I : :. 2t : I. 2, 5, 6: 7. *; of :
Warren whose .
t To Connie
Mrs. G. L. Pritchard of Greensboro : To receipt of proof of publication ofthis ) nu are required t< appear on'May Lot 1 SID ot Blk 1
i L residence II: 411 rerson Street Fay'etteville 19. 1952: in the Dk 1 I II Arno.\ & Ih!! .1,
I notice, the fictitious name of above named
) sir or 16 W
Z2 90
Kitties ft of Lots 2
i % 1. .
who had North Carolina. |i 'I 'Court and wherein Hk % I I.ule .4 \\v\
spent some time El Rancho :Motel: under whit x\e | caue. plaintiff !i at of '
| You are hereby notified that a s eek sole keep, care, .' C.m 8\ of Blk 2 En.- P I II I .:.
are engaged l in business un U. S dl\.f' custody -
here with Mrs. Crosby. Miss Bet. I suit for Divorce full care. custody 301 north of Starke, Fla. i and control of minor children ] Lot 17 run E 175ft I.HI 1. 2 of Rlk 12Gaskins :!

ty Jo Crosby, student at the U i I and control of the minor children to C. L. Scholl and Gladys Lowell |' Bradford Coiintv Telegraph shall N 100 ft for pt of I I Additionto
i I
Plaintiff and other relief has been Scholl, Box 1001 Starke, Fla. I''I publish this Order in next four Peg thence run : Town of Stark.. 2'i 6 22 Kloxd t; 'I
of F spent the weekend with her I filed against you In the above nam- Dated this tilt day of April A D., xn-ekly l ISuf' (I 10ft J 126 1 Lot. 5 Stnrke Heights

mother. Wright Crosby of Greens. .ted I Court and cause and you are required I 195:!, at Stark*. Bradford County.1 I II Witness my hand and offu-ial 101 I 126 !to i 1. Replat ;'I $ 22 Roland M s ,
| to serve a copy of your answer Florida. I s eal at Starke Florida this April Pt lo beg Jenkins 4.Z6 Com at .i pt on the NSldC'tuheASlik "at
boro, student of Chipola Junior.'I or pleading to the complaint I 4/11 4t :5.2; :! I 6. l9 r.2. W' 160 ft of the : Malt'I I

College, Marianna spent the I I.I Zach H.on Douglas the Plaintiffs, 505 Lynch Attorney Building -, .I j' (OFf'IJU. !F.\U f1.rk of A. .ud J Thoma CourtP.V ; E 376 I. r the of Lt 335 17 Aaron Jenkins '6.6S 1 n\ il: I wh'I.Y"II"rt'lano St.'

tfll: TO .tPPKUt ,
>pnng vacation with the Crosbys. Jacksonville Florida. and file T Deax-or Deputy Clerk. j !
IHt. itt 31 I .
the original In the office of the Clerk :. C .. He.20405 Guaranty1Life i Lt Isaac Feiton 2.76 th. I \
W. 5L U. 1 I ,.f the Circuit Court on or before the I To Simon J. Temple dei-ea ,'d. P.ldg ..IatksonvilluFliriila.. > ; 165 I ot Lot n Alhen-&ott a 66 ,I th.S. R .1 I l hI

26th day of May, 1952: ; otherwisethe Sarah J. Temple his xvife if alive, for Plf 4 18 5'9 Lot 4 I on ll I". E side <.f
The Woman's Missionary Union allegations of said Complaint and against the unknown h..irs.\) At 4 I Sit I Sq. inNV. Wi L s.ss !,.,11 s>- I run Np.n.ill.
I devisees' legatees or other I : Cur Lot 34v
will be taken confessed
as by you 1. I u it
met at the Baptist church, Wednesday This notue. shall )>e publishedonce ants under Sarah J. Temple, if deceased ': of KlngI.y "', '.tu.reiaiud .M"tin I

afternoon, April 23 at 2 each week for four cons.eculive and against the unknown '0111: TO .tpi'itu I Lake Rd Benjamin } ft t t t.ir pt "ft"'j
weeks heirs devisees! legatees or other i I In ( Court. Itrnilford ounth I 3.36 :
i in the lradford County I I A 43 ,
o'clock. I! Telegraph I claimants under Simon J. TenipleBlrn ; I ft.r.lal II ClinnrrrT.TV I.\. 45 o Iot. 46 Hal KittIes S 0; 11"'ln'V i unlinn. C
Ex p.ir.ill.
1 Dated this 23th: day of April. 191:!. llrtll. If alixe. and if dead. alter i" .ic-h. Plaintiffs.. Lucy I '
N J 3 x S 1/3
A very interesting program wa (OFFIcIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, against his unknown heirs, d.\'i.1 r-iu-h, Deft'odant. 54 I J 1 Lot In J. W. Robin".n 276 \nitVestmoi. .'-
I legatees or other Case Xo. 9076 Ict .i Ii nil .-'. .1.n ft r rth
rendered, sponsored by Mrs. Malcolm Clerk of the Circuit Court i
i I Dy Myrtle T. Dea\er, Dr>" v Clerk him; A, Hall also known as Angus I \,,tl.-e To Appenr I I ITo W f'.r & Lot 55 C. H. Pearce 474II. n. t' at right

Harrell program chairman. 4/25 4t 5/16 Hall if alive and if dead his UII- I : Lucy (1'zich whose residence !i a inul. s to said M

The meeting opened with a hymn I I Known heirs dexisees legaUes or i and address I is: Lukoran Yugosla- !' '/1) c.r I.ali'y !f're"." :3 25, 2, 2fJ 1 117 (I tlieni-e
Vlt' : .. .
I other claimants under him: \ >\ ".. .'Arh.... '.
titled. "He Lives On High", prayerby > OT1CK TO APPIUll Hall, wife of A. ILill. also known as YI IU are hereby notified that a E 48 ft of N 120 f ;,1.- ,:; .( hgh.irig

Mrs. R. F. Gano. A thoughtful i In Circuit Conrt. Bradford CountyI'I.ridat I Angus Hall if alive, and if dead !wit for Divorce habeen filed i' of Lot 5 Mattie in ,. 51i1. "rSE'' : .) 22 .
I In Chancery. her unknown heirs. deMsees a igamt you in the above namtd i Emanuel 2 71 I I. .I < ('nln."
W 60 of I'
It X 110 ft ( .1? .f
and useful Scripture was read Irving \Vilelzky. Plaintiff. Maiil I legatee and other lUunanl: under C"onrt and cause and you are f'luir..d of Lot 6 '1'it.u'.n,r :\ ii"--.
: l lyn 1'eltz Wiletzky, Defendant. her. 1 i to serve a copy of your anwer Alexander Tucker s.esSW'i
by the president Mrs. Eugene X.f W'f !tulle-' St & 1\: '
Case No. 9109 You will take notice that Pallie sM. "r pleading to the complaint on 1"1.1

Crosby, after which "My Faith \iitlrr To .Appear. Hall F. 1.:. Hall. Angus! Hall I I the Ilaintirf'tO'nI'Y, Hon. T 8\1. 25 5 22 10 Eliza J. Dinkinl Est. e I & I.n Nsrttutriv.i1'uii ,
To Marilyn I'tltzVlletzky, whoseresidrnce I Cecile Hall Walker, and Audrey ]I E r'ralk Iandrum. Starkt Florida, and Sl uf NW j utsw's a i" slul

Looks Up To Thee" was sung and and addres-s ill: 1360 New Hall Geiger, owners of the fee sunt I t file[ the 1'lglal in the office of the :S 5 2: 10 John 'ii.I ii'''i.' 'lanol t.

prayer by Mrs. Earl Willis. :, Turk Avenue lrooklyn, Xew York. pie title to the property hereinafter i'leik, of the Circuit Court on or before :11, ..r 61V,1 ot Allen 5.5;;::1: i 1.7 -. 1 to 11 fr

| You are hereby notified that a suit set out in this Notice, as the sole j f: the 12th day of Slay, 1932; SE'1 25 5 2 10 e. C. 1"1 li.) n.1 "litltinmu' -
Those participating on the pro I fur Divorce custody and control of I heirs at law of B. E. Hall deceased. 'I.therui the allegations of said ''Al N.,. of NE' uf Freet 3.9I i ( Sort''I '

were Mrs. Earl Willis, Mrs. I minor children awarded to the defendant have filed their sworn Bill of Corn- ,I 'oinpl.itnt: will be taken 3! con- swil ot Ry 26 5 8 Fred :d.lC'III"r. -
gram F Smith
I I and plaintiff to continue I plaint against you. and each of you I f t fred bv >'ou. \V'. nf E14 of SWI. 12.61: : !Sf 11
Wilson Green, Mrs. R. F. Gano, to contribute the sum of J30 00 per wherein they are hereby set-king to This notlo.shall lt' |i'ub1ished & all :E)4 of NE' lnl 61 f
week for support of minor children quiet their title to the following described ince each week for four consecutive 11"1" \f'"t.I'h'
Mrs Ernest!: Edwards, Mrs. James .r W' W of ny 26 5 22 :3 J. T. r"\'att 4?" II I t u.u-
I has been filed against you In the property In Bradfoid Coun-1 weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 16.61; l.n(1
W. Thomas, and Miss Lubedia above named Court and cau.se and ty Florida, to-wit: I g r raph N'= or N\V% of SE'S 1h.rh' 62.6 ft th'nC' -

you are required to serve a copy of The -vmth half of the Southxest D.ited thi !9th day o.April, 19T.2 n;\1. 'iiof Ry & ; Easterly 4lt fl

Pinholster. At the close of the your answer or pleading to the com- Quarter. Section 2,">. Township (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, NL2 nt Nti4 ot StV'of In lot of tieg iith I 22:! )trs i I w '

meeting Miss Lubedia Pinholster,i iilalnt on the Plaintiff's Attorney, Seven (7) lUng Twenty- Clerk of the Circuit Court |I S:6 i 2! 7 J. T. 9.2&, ("." ;tt :\ (',ir lr 1"1
T. Frank Landrum. Siarke KluncU. One (21) East and also bectn-I lv Murun;: L. Crol.v.. D"IIIt. Clerk' All % RElj ct Irent lf REI run RI

pianiht played "Rock Of Ages". I and file the original in the office fling at the I'outh't corner 4/1 4t 5,2 SW.4 E or ny 26 lola Little X\I for It nt bee

The Woman's Missionary Union of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on of the Northeast Quarter of. thSouthxvest' -- Si. or 11' or sw's I % 1 6.70 I I \VlAftStOftE I

or before the 26th day of May 1952;;: ; Quarter of Se, tioiitwentyfive To \.PPEtitn I I i & S 421 ft ot SW'/'; N ft tut pt
wishes to welcome all ladies tc otherwise the allegations of (25) Township 'TIC' 21f I (
I I said I '. Bradford Count Cur Fox 2 A to .
Ilr'u ( ? S\I. nr beg 3% 1 5! 1 Man.rl., H. .
Complaint will be taken Seven ((7) lange Twenty-One
with them. The as confessed '
and In : :
join Worship -I.rllnl Chancery.le' tlkey 26 2!
by 121) East Xorth M\O' I 33.
i 5 ou. running P.ell. Plaintiff, 'Os. Ella 1..1. That portboul of N'V'ut Iol Little Ii.Ii; nt" ."% .f .1 ) 32 C :
Social meeting will be held at the This notice thai) be published hundred (100) yards. Theme. I I ( .1. 5C JT :
l ht-fendant. Case Xo ).
I once each week for four consecutive East one hundred ninety ((1'ifii! !\ ; ? IW lying W ottlie
Ernest Edwards .\ I I.of S ot 7 n
home of Mrs. weeks in the Bradford County Tele yard, Thence South one hundred .1..1'. PP"IP. | Hcl Xo. 200 Pk james! ..1.- ,
To Hlla whose residence\ Lot I of R Llni" .
: Pell u u '\
; & H of old Slate fl(1 I.
7 at (100) yards Thence'est t
Wednesday afternoon, May I graph. I 1..ts ':. nt 'II .
liiceboro, GeorRia. and whose 4. 111k Fluureni ( I
Dated this :23rd day of April. 192.:; one hundred ninety (ISO' ) x'lIrdsto U & also that t'artor 'Ia\
liess Is.General 1. Lot 1 Blk 3 Es
3 o'clock. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas a place of h..glnnlnab" be- J1 I;Jeorgia. lJII\'rr. a'l-1 1 N f f et SW' lt theN
200 tt J. 'ii.Iohns
Mr. and Mrs. Charles' L. Wig. Clerk of the ClrCMIt Court ginning at the Southeast erHer You are hereby notified that atIlt i fIt 1\14 lyingV r SID
By Myrtle T. Denntv Clerk of the Northwest Quarters I 2M & N1
gins arrived Saturday from San. 4/25 4t 5/16 of the Southwest Quarter S"o'- for Di'or"t has" been filed I I itl!U t'x a triangular l NFL !.1 I 22 1 q. D Wil' .
,tion twenty-five ((25):!;; Township "_igam.-t you the _above namedt'turt ot Rlk I
j I '
Diego, Calif. to spend ten days'leave I Seven ") Ilange Tent.one. alt cause ana you are required ole 465 tt F: & WI ruts kp !

with their parents, Mr. and NOTICE TO 4PPE4II 121)! Hast miming hone to serve a copy of your answer :' ni X end I"' 71 t HI-Ihts in Klnl.I NI.1' \fNE'I
Circuit Court. Bradford C...tr., hundred or pleartinsr to the complaint I I Ion 's; & s on W I ,
(100) ,
II" yards th..nt'eW"lot H. B
Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins of Brook: In Chancery. the Plaintiffs Attorney, lion T Corner :! i S; 22 I ( :2 \i.
sixty-five (65);; yards, :J I :2 James A. Collins i :1, 'i i 4fl ABa hun'" '
James! Monroe Douglas. Plaintiff vs. Frank l.aiidrtim Starke, Floi ida an'l :I Xff S\'l
er, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. War l them-e South one hundred yards W'I If SELL nf NE'.4 n 5 22 Flosit Durham 4.B
t .1
Ethel Orace Baty Douglas Defend1 the in the office of the ) {
IflU' ) Thence 1'ast Sixt\-fi\e'. rill nf "r
of Gainesville. Mr. Wiggins wil 1}: Case No. 906S I I (K"l yards to"a place of l.gin- Clerk of orgm:1 th. l'i"llt( Court on or hp- :i| \ff- SF, :W' :2!8 5 22 I, \ E "f dirt nl &
:Notice To Appear. the 19i2.:; S\I 5 Wiggins w.r hard t 22 : j Mr" i \' 1m"W"
report to Washington D. C. on: ning.i fore of Mav. ; E' .r .t WI Rkhar 2.i6 Ro '
i i To: Ethel (!race 1'31Douglas... Containing 85: a res more or otherwise the allegations of said Fl'l : : i'f( 51:1 I: '. ":' ,
May 8 to enter the Naval whose residence and addre- is,: L'n- less. I Complaint will be taken con I If \\1. 21 S 22 5 Thomas Powers 2..6 .t !I:' t SF.li '.fsFuI
| a 1 .
known. 1 J..t il 35 5 22 11 I Th "' \
feared by you. P..tlvlf lola Little t 22 Or I II: 'r
ing School of Dental Repair. He And in the Bill of Complaint it isalleged All X 3'l :O.211 '
You '
I are hereby notified that a j This notice be publishedonce ( .ti ShI I ("n .r
has recently been detached fromthe : suit for Divorce has been filed I and addresses that your names, residences each week "hal four consecutive I I If XWI, ot Hy :35 5 2! 2 lola Little :I 'I ,.( : &
I against you in the above named are unknown andthere I I .\ in \ ('or ot 159 S\ XE' .
L Land weeks In the Bradford Tele. ,\
I i' County 1' '" ,
USS Menard]'., that i is no known or'pel I I Iln" a
troop transport
Icourt and f'r."n I "fWlj 35 5
you are reoulr- I 1 ,
: grnph.i J'I Crawford '
the 2 WUard %. ; .1 1. th..n.
: sons in State of Florida the & I
on which he served as dentaltechnician ed to serve a copy of jour answer servlte of process i I Dated this 9th day of Apri US%. I: j':'. ..fSFl nrWlj :5 5 10 .. Iampton 12.31:7 1'SW.,4 '' ;u'i' II' ',"r ft N I;:; ,
'or pleading to the complaint the IIHI'h"l. ,I t'fNE'., to I'
on I
) A. Keys I
for 18 months. Prior would personally I bind I vou. i Thoma 10.6:! ft 1: :;iw S
Plaintiffs! Attorney T.o'rank I Clerk of he Court : WI, ', ot 5Ei 6 I 15tt .
\111 are thereforn.'tiftul to fileyour (ir.ul I .r\ I Z2 10 J. M. Lancaster 3. I h. pI nt beg '; 'ora 1ift I
aboard the Landrum. Starke'; Florida and file I W 4 '
to his assignment xviitten appearame at't the .|-- By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk : ff X1 tr I '" E or X""
II the original In the office of the fire of the Clerk of 5/2 I "r % H' 22 15 Leonard
the nrcmt \ Griffis
Menard, he I served as dental Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Court of 4/1 { XI fl.01 I for fr NWi r.f

technician at the Naval Amphibious before the l!>lth day of :May: 1952! :!; Friday. :May: 1"ulrCI'd 23. l",2 t'otititv.and 1'1"111.r '. S 0 IK'i10 .triMMiiIn 1. X\I t\flW'j, of ntAF'j I! '.E'frlnSllft,
i otherwise T 4' N
the ft
allegations of said 210
i' thereafter required to serve a Irvnit Court, llrntUord (Count. SI''i 15 2! I f
Calif. 30
Base at Coronado E. E. Horn
Complaint "
will be taken as confessed I ( ] :!:! ; 4:1": ft t. pI .f
jour answer or other defen," on Morliln : In CImanuery.Jt.l.t W'. nfNEL4 of NVi4'if 1 I
by : St 1
you. beg
Crll gs. Carmichael. P.ates and II Althouse, Plaintiff r>. NE'I 16 C 2! 5 I :; 22 'UJI.
F. ,
This .
F notice shall be publishedonce Jai Stanley ex; ( sit 1 .fNE'S
Low .m
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYlYlLONG whose
addressis "F
Florida \\illiaiu \\ Althou e, jb.fidtut.I N 4 A ot W of
each week for four consecutheweeks Balk lui.lng, lall"I\I", Florida, Case Xo. :;o:2iitite NWt4 nf 0 C U f I of XW' 1.I.
In the Bradford For Wilbur hunter '
Tele 1/
.S "
att' rne) for a provided \ Tn \ppenr. ; pun 210 sft
llalnlifs. S / of N A of'ivu .
BRANCHBy graph. by law .. I : I. E; q 1" fl
)' filethe To: iVilliamV., Alt hitue. \\h.. I.I :1": ft
I>..itd this 16th day of April 1952;;: oiigtaial of said answer, or other residence and add..s is: Point, of NWj1 ofSE'i to hog 5 22 ,irl.rei,.. .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) .-\. J. Thomas defenses with the 16 6 22 4 Eva 5.1;; I:
CU-ik of t the (Cucuit Pleasant Pennsylvania. lclnnis N I A ( ( : ft OfI
J. L. I 1 COl
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Court in and for Bradford You are hereby notifitd that a Milt SJ .f S1'. uf S. h.o I.'., "f
By Myrtle T. Deaxer Deputy ('!f.rk I County. nt I 22 5 I.o Flo
fur Divorce and 1 Annie Goodwin f.f ,
Jo'iorioa.H'rf'il care. (cuMody ioii- 129:;; S\ f.f EIIi
4/1S 4t 5. 9 2 A in 'or of EI :
lut. or a D.'rt'e Pi"Confesso trol of minor child has been filed XF i 'it.of TI: ? 1 J. I ,
Mrs. Callie Moser from Kingsley's I -: will be entered against vu against you in the above Named ( FI i (if SE'4 210 I I J'I:' ..r "t''j 1') '' 2:2 4" r J. 1
for failure Ft & W "
NOTICE TO IPPF.tnII to file your Court and cause and you are required 1 by 410 ltl
Lake called her uncle 3m To Donald for al'.allnc' i I SFI; f.f \ ]1.1 ? 4'. ora I.. -
on i : Whxte Morrison or failure to serve I to serve a copy of your answer tt N S C Z2 2 Wm :
:279 O'Farrell Street your answer or other defends thy V3 Tyson Jr. a 3' IW', .'.1 Nt': Ir 4" Pearl I''. .
Strickland a few days ago. This tn I or pleading to the complaint : ff XWI of 1 1I K. hI. :
Plaintiffs' I" 1"
San Francisco California. Bill of ( and the Plaintiffs 1..1
'IIlal'I. toimmediately on Joseph NW'4 I 27 I '
was the first time Callie had beento I You are hereby notified that there I I thereafter file your original K. Skipper 221 Atorney.Building.Jacksonville S 2'3 ot of 1 2 Alex: Cummings ';0 I I" .' :? J Imrra \ ,
I has been filed of W' T..I I II ,( 1 II I"t .flal'..
against copy your ansxver de Florida r
you by :'olari nr and the flk '
Ill C
see us for years, in fact it was i |j jorjl Pn Morrison. In the "circuit rlIS"Sih the Clerk of the rll- original in the office of the (fie of W XW1! Ft XE1 ot 21 LeRoy Dell 'f, sb:' i..' "I'li I : 4' ')pear I "

the first time she had been heresince .1 j Court. Branford County. Florida In in and for Bradford the'uurton_ or .bdorl' the 12th davoi f ., I St.II f "WI; II 2 4. ')\car s ; .
1 I I e 7 Dnrthv
I. U. e -"
I Chancery her CountxFlorida.. ,
Complaint and the May i 5z: othl'r\se me allegations I ..1 Th..1 I i (.f N'I .
she was a email girl shejsays | relief prayed for therein Is", a Di- The irradford C.'unv T.I"ITq.h. of said Complaint will be taken I I IE'-W', or XW'4 ofSE" 1 6 22 10 V'ascoHankerson 444B51: : I ,.( <1"1"1 1" I Ilnll..rI :

and that was before Mr Jxorce.I custody of children and con. a newspaper, of generalm'illation confessed by you. of NRL4 of SE'i 1 Mat. 1:0: lot K\

firmation of property gifts In Rradforl (''unt) Florida is Thi-s i notice shall I I 11 publishedonie Ex 2 A In XE CntIS C IS Ernest Dell :! 1 ..1 1 -.1,i J.| to Tvr.-
Strickland and I were married j This is, therefore, to command I hereby designated the newspaper PR.h week for f..r c..n-e"-utieweeks Com at SE Cor of See | .11 d- ..
you to file : in which this & run W 105 ft fora .i1- In DefrtRook
your written appearance notice he puhlished. in the Piadford County Telegraph
has now sc wil
Callie son
a .
grown '. In said Cause on or before the 19th once each xveek tuir conse pt of beg thence 1 Page 31RIK I 2' :" '1...' \. '

it must have been several year day of :May: 1952 and thereafter. <'ntlve week Dated thi 8th day of 195%. run N 1115 ft W 105 I Hampton Park

she within 20 days thereof you shall i ITXESS HIT hand and Ce-il of''II (OFFICIAL SH\L A Apri.. ft S InS ft 105 ft in XKli of BKV,
but not as F
ago many say i i serve A copy of your defenses!. If I the "4i -50 she isn't that any upon S L. April A D. 1 ;;: Peat 3035;i ytvv #
years ago, Snu J!'". BOT 197. I By Marian L. Ciosby. Deputy Clerk Com W4 of
I I Gainesville. Florida Attorney for (OFFICML SEAL> .\. J Thomas 4t 5/2 at SE Cor of Sec I ''< of SW'i Section -
old 1\0 we are making our own]| the Plaintiff, and Immediately file I Clerk of Said Circuit 4/1 & run W 315 ft for 32

estimate as to time. Mr. and 1 the original of said defense* in my By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk 1''Ur .N01ICK TO 'PPF.\R apt of beg thencerun !\ of XW', of f : E'{ 2 .6 2 U! !A Genua Mrs :, I ,, ',, I get

I off ice. I'pon failure to do so. a de- I Scruggs (Carmirhael. Bates and In Circuit Court. Itradford County N 105 ft W 210 I. "

Mrs. Jim Hornsby from Starkeand cree pro confesso will be entered! Loxxry.ttorney for the Plaintiffs >I I'liirlilni In C'linncrry. ft S 105 ft E 210 f 1! Ml. I'J a"alt 8/1) as rArd {. Fiat Hook

Mr. and Mrs. George Bern! I' against you.Witness ,,1'. O. 1.1: It;, talll..il. Floruit. William T. Howell 1 Plaintiff, vs to pt of beg % 6 2! Lester 3440)I : Lot 5 of Blk 2. J'age '1' Itt: :
, my hand and the seal of I 18 4t 5 Frances L. Howell, Defendant. Lot 9 of Rlk i Sunny Irt Tract IB J Susan i (:r.
and son, Stanley, from Green our Circuit Court this 15 day of Case o. 90T5Notice ArreST) J'red 11-i -
: 2' Alberta Tyson 2.82 t 11.4 A in SE Cor'of
Cove Springs spent the afternoon April. US:!. I ::(ITI( I: OF UMM.1C tiP)' Poll Lot 1 3% of Rlk 3 Sunny
I SEAL) A. J. Thomas TDEEI1 To Appear. S '1) ,
with StrickUnds Sunday. I Clerk of the Circuit A"rf 21 6 22 n. M Msa %.12 I t 320 ft of XE >.f
I Court, Brad !!oue Hill No. 1MI2NOTICE To: Frances L. How ell. whose rest. Wl, of Rtk i s of n A -4

Mrs. Gertie Faircloth's daugh ford County Florida. IS 1Jn.Hcn..::\. that, dence and address is: Unknown.You 2 W Ex 1 A In XE SW'4 Ex 2 Lots tlo
I By Myrtle T Deaxer' Deputv Clerk. John Toplin ,! are hereby notified that a Robt J. Dodd I' I 22 ;
ter, Kate spent some time with S. 1.. Scrugg P. 0 Box 197 ing cert if nates has filed ,.all
lalnesxllle. Florida. tlficatev for a tax deed to be issued against you in the above named F: Coy 105 ft X & La&ti5d./D : : S :
Gertie other relatives | ::
and at Clay: S 210 ft :
I Attorney for & W I
4/1S 4t 51!9 I thereon The certificate numbers Court and cau e and > ou are required h Blk 6 tf f f.ovt Lo' jBlk

Hill last week. i! %OTln-O.\PPF.'R: and years of issuance the desi\rip-i to ferve a copy of your answer A H E1. of W Rlk 1 Sot of (Ji.it Lot : I ,, : .'
of the and the or pleading to the complaint
names !j Tt'mplt1
much needed rain Friday I. ton 11"lwrt. Blk 1 of
We 'I. I
got Circuit ( S G'-tt
Bradford County which assess'd are a< on the Plalntr's A tornf')', Hon T J 21 I 22 9 W. E.
and Saturday of last week. i! Florldm In Cknnrerr. follows i i Frank l.ndrum. Florida I X 1 ql ft of WU iSfB1k6SfRW D.lnc S120" Lt 3 "r ii f r.
| Josephine Mc.Mahon Plaintiff, vs. Certificate Xo <7. Year of l su-!i I and file the original in the office of of RW\ ofJK J
Land was so dry the CrOp | Peter McMahon, Defendant ani-e May 31, 1950I the Cltrk of the Circuit Court on or I & N ISO ft of E'i I 4 A in NW Cor

couldn't grow. Ground still isn't Case Xo 90931ntttf I I Description of Property: SH of before the 12th day of May 1952' of Rlk 6.offl2 W of 8E% (.f N2% I: I I 2: 1 I j red
\ Te .4ppr''r. I WI. of SE'i of XE'. Section 4.i i 1 otherwise the allegations of said j *.- NWunfB1k4SofTt3WEx W 30 ft of the E : I.7

wet, but crops are looking better.We .j 1 To Peter McMahon whose reel Township 7 South. 1anl. 2S East. Complaint will be taken as confess. WI I HE% of

have 24 enrolled in Sunday i, dence You and are address hereby is notified Vnknow that a I containing Xame in;5; acres which assessed( less Lydia I j ed This by you.notice ..ha1t' published A In Temples S D 5! 6 22 4 W. C. McCord 1445. I i S 1"cf% SE'o. 21 .I 2. : J red 8 I

School and had 23 present Sunda V, suit for Divorce has been filed I Collins i once each week consecutive I of otW1

oven if the weather was cool and J j Court against' and vou In the above named I (If more than: one certificate, follow Weeks in the rradford County Tele-: North Reno ub-dh Jn '' .f F of sr: ; &WH of JEW .f W 5 N'ot N 1/3 1 j I 22 ; tae P. -j" t
cause and you are required above order for each: additional graph. 6 .
disagreable. We think that i r ;*: to serve a copy of your answer certificate) Dated this 9th day of April. 19:2 :1 : of NE14 Qt 8W' 4 I r.hn I.;,

pleading tn the" complaint on I All of said propertxbeing In thl'Count. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.Clerk Lot 7 of Rlk IS 'DukesWilbert S% of SEl % 2 8 ZZ :. J A ;".
pretty good attendance for a small I Il'r Plaintiffs Attorney. A. J. of l"adf.r1 State of Florida. of the Circuit Court Lot 1 of Blk 19 Marie ..5 I Tracts 2 A 3 Pump- -

group considering some have tc I Thomas. Jr., P 0 Drawer 94J.j I'I !uCh certlrkat/ or certificates By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk Lots 3 & 4 of Iflk Hughe kin Patch a. dt's"

'i j; tarkl'. Florida, and file the (lrl ln31 shall be redeemed according 4/1 4 5/2 I I Lots 6. 7, of Blk 1 Josephine Das 242 Jed Bk 13,

ride in the back of an open ca rand in the office of the Clerk of the Ii i Lot 5 of Blk :23 Willie Mae Powel 46* Page 15 27 I ',"-. L I' .
some have to walk than I Circuit Court on or before the 19th Saul 455 I Lot del
more r & De
day of May. 1952; otherwise the
Book 52. ,
a mile. The tent we are to occupyisn't : I Allegations of said Complaint will betaken NOTICE GahaKan' Snb-dlr 21 I : need 5i Pace I&
"U"rt ,
as confessed by you. 43 S 2 :
furnished yet so we can use I This notice shall Lots S & 22 of Blk 1 .1
be publishedonce Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be T. C. IXeed 11.70 indlaa heath
I Lot 2 of Elk 2 3.7,34 6it :
It.Ve still each week for four consecutive
get along very nicely sold at public the Stat day of :: 1952 Geo Griffin 2.52
on May
weeks in the Bradford County Tel.. aut'ton at Starke, the County 19 of Blk 2 U _
here In our home. graph. of tradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes hereinset Lt. 13 ot Elk S Mattie Hunt 2.52 Lot 'I. E rH'!

Dated this 16th day of April. 195%. oPl01llti to the same, together with all costs of such tale and adver One Lot as due In Samsontthite :.1 Z ;:. H. re

HOTICE TO APPEAR OFFICIAL SAL) A J. Thomas Deed Book 52 Page Indian Ilrarh Cult \.3 3-7, 3
la Circuit C..rt. Bradford C... Clerk of the Circuit Court 309. 22 e 22 I ,
PUrldat I. CksBcerT' t7'I By Myrtle T Dearer. De'"ifT Clerk : Description S. T. R. ttflES Owner T.u Com at XW ('t\f of Herace CaltortJ 5.15 :

Earl Nobles. PalntUt.8 Kay r. 4/1S Ct 5/9 SW* of SW1 & Lot Z: Ex N 4bni
.Noble*. Defendant. Cue'No.. ,ui 10 A in SW Cor ofSW run E 610 .ft Chaa

X tlre To Ap, tr. \ of WI 525: ft for a Ft of Bel S 100 ft of N t B. Wolf 2f"->.
To: Kay Jo'. ISOTICE 10 APPE4R ft N & S by 840 ft tb
Xobles. *ho.. resi .. Circuit thence run W ft cf

North dence Is: Route 1, Ellrabtthtown. Florida: I..Conrt.("....J'f'rF.Bradford CoBBty, E & W 2 I 1C Ira D. OJcra 5.71N.5 SlOOftESOft N 40:f Lot I-t t of 2 Eds W. lUlerts S -B

Carolina. Joe A. Se Of SE 4 S of River 100 to of 1
ft 22
\ cult You for ar Divorce! hereby has notified been that a Segura Defendant.ura. Plaintiff, vs. Tillle "SE>4 of SW; E' f XEVi beg 24 J 6 Z1 22 <* jag W. Scot 16.7 442-*1 D I 1 9 r 24 B. J. Alderman 5 =>

filed Case No. 9094 S River U 5 20 40 I T. Tart.fr 7.41 90 ft of the N 105 Cn .
J against you In the above named J. R. KELLY
. Court and Notice T.. \p_.P. SEt XE1* 4 2 AIn ft of E 4 of XWK ,
cause and .
to you are required To: Tillie Segura. whose resi SE Cor of NEVi of SEt, of NEK Ex Tar Collector
sene '
a copy of your a- dence and address is: 1901 E. 11th of NE!. 1 C :0 1! Jtss!* Lee Lai aby 20.SI W 4 t 2S c 22 Eugene halter S.45 Bradford Coinuty, Florida
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i land for many miles. There was duties of the office; to the best of t-lect--i1. I will render the very bestsenor 1 Fun roiATt' ('(\11"10\\Eft1I1""Hll"I' for Constable of the F.rM, .1 .' .
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much sorrow and Political my ability: during my first term I of whuh I am capable tom FI\K of
moving from the Peace
if District ctimpri--.ni; ti! >
promise re-elected to continue ) distrut and the
county at largeTour
homes. The Missouri is a mighty to conduct the affairs of the office vote and support will be I ,, I am candidate to succeed my- voting precincts No 1. Li.utfN'=
L AnnouncementsAll :.n a fair and impartial manner. appreciated elf as muddy river and at flood stage is \.t Fete, comprising the Voting Starke
The vote and support of the votersin -J. MAURICE EDWARDS JR.
very dangerous. I felt so safe and' the County will be greatly apprec'ated. Precincts of Drunker and New River 1 will appreciate tbe"otf' and!
is I ,
matter in this column polit- promise if elected, to continue towork
lucky. FUll nU"T'OlII" IO\iU: for the best interest of the support of the citizens of the I\--
ical advertising paid for by the Respectfully submitted! HIM HUT 'IIIKIIKI District l and of the County as a trict and promise if elected to pt r-

For three days now we have candidate undersigned.FOR -p D. REDDISH. fur County hereby Commissioner announce my from candidacy DH'tri..t 1 whole Your tote and support willlie form the duties of said offix to the

been having April showers. The FOR OHF.RIFF ',i, Three South Starke). subject appreciated.-M. O. HARftEU best of my ability.J. .
Lura gurqessAfohrPONCA. { flowers are peeping through and CI.P.tlK OF Till: CIRCUIT To the enters of Bradford County: :ito i the Democratic Primaries in MayIf S. JuU) EI'MiT:. sr
!I COVRTAnnouncement I am again offering myself as a''[' elected, I will serve my district
== NEBRF= I my early vegetables are comingup. Is herewith made candidate! for Sheriff of Bradford I and county to the best uf my ability, FOR ( O STABLE t-
The grass in the yard is sc that I am a candidate for the office County subject to the Democratic! I always keeping: the voters' best interests UI..-rillfT o\t;
Wherein the floods by u? Daydream and dream I see you I ,if-f Clerk of the ('ir'ultlurt.. in the Primary. May 6 I assure you that fir. Your vote and active i I hI'i.by announce my candida. VOTE FOR
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pretty and green. It is some cooler Democratic Primaries in May. I will deeply appreciate your roteand support will be greatly appreciated.Your for I Constable, District One comprising
in a mighty roar while we are everywhere. today, but still not cold. I have Since June, 1940 1 have ln employed ; active support and if elected friend, I I11. Voting Precincts of Iawtey. F. C. (Freeman
and )
sober .
will render the people a .
School Finance A. ( Puddyl BISHOP. \ Starke and S Starke. I feel that
atc and and Nowhere I break a? Of-i i
dry. I clean house you go, or three large .rooms cleaned. I:i ricH; with your the exception of ]I honest administration of thi moM 'I,my experience in law enforcementwell
am thankful. Thinking of. you. us apart, painted the walls of the back bedroom 1 i months military tctvice in World ., important office Sincerely CrawfordFOR FOR tltl'M-1 DISTItlCT- cOn1H+Vo\lat I qualifies me for this position
-T. C. (Clayton) TIIIIF.KI \"r vote and
support on May twill
War 11.I
Perpetual lodger locked a sunbeam yellow. I want: recordof had planned not tu ask for this be appreciatedD. HODGES
Thinking of you, I find I can't heart :, am offering an excellent: T\X \ "E""on office again, but so many uf mfriends >' U. remember my to paint the kitchen walls next'and capable and efficient performance I hereby announce that I am a ,, hnpre.til..d on me to run -
I Dan G. Hoffman the cabinets. Don is of duty In this position. i' candidate the office of Tax As-i again: to the extent that I cannot I
bringingup As your Clerk the tame degree of FOR rONSTAIU.R FOR
Anything the world thinks dear: Cf'I''OI' of T'raJford County luhject refuse. ,
my new refrigerator. Whoopee! efficiency and ability will be pursued It' the will of the enters In the | 1 am therefore a candidate to DISTRICT O\K
wise. who read this column :; administration of the 1'' I am asking fur He-election for JUSTICEOF
or Many Ii in the Democratic Primary of May 6. : succeed myself a* County Commb4
We have the big garden plowed, !t many varied and complex affairs of | feel that knowledge of and longexperience stoner District Three, and sincerely 4 Constable of Bradford County District -
My mind's aloft, ballooning, have not seen for years, yet within j my I t No. 1.
; and will plant it about the first ::; the office. in land matter! welli;; solicit the vote and support of thevoters I PEACE
wile my eyes my heart each of you hold of We i I I: I will be sincerely grateful fort.j, qualifies me fnr this position, and I in said district I FU. thank. you for your vote, and
I May. have been busy with:. and support.CHAULES. fair and impartial service If re-elected I promi the same 'port
In retrospection roam the landscape ; your place. A saying I love is, I[ your Yule -J. L. i ILCOX, DISTRICT ONEIt
funerals, and so many things have ,, HAKDT. to all If elected Your vote and sup : service as I haI'nd..an.rt'd to Constable
over, I "We are a part of all we have,! ---- port will I l.e greatly appreciated i t rendrriii the past I will take your vote to
happened since I last wrote. For !' FOR
And everywhere I look it's you met. So how can I forget each of j I elect
people'of -IP.A Wll. (lX. me
the senant
i I I some time our mail was not com This is to announce I ONE on
I see: 1 you? This week another of my Bradford County, My Candidacy'for ctFFitVI MR I
ing, and later uncertain and still I I hereby announce my candidacy 6
the office of the Clerk of the RF.r.ISTHTIOTo > May
I see in snow you standing slim dear neighbors moved to Calif or-j is. i Circuit Court. I believe that the ,' the Voter nf Mradf. rd County: FOIL UII"T.UU'II..IIIIn: !I for Constable of District One, Pradfurd :
I washed
few Monday [: ,
and fair; I nia. Partings are sad, yet each of, a things I .-ducat ion that I have had in thePublic I am a candidate for the office ofSupervisor IMSTHHT KM I: i : County t, and comprising 3. I will voting precincts YES-I AM A DEMOCRAT
thinking I could hang the School of I'Vadfi.rd County i I { of l-fri"tratl n, subjectto I hereby announce my candidacy i''I lheoe appreciate
All gowned in green (spring you are locked within my heart, towels and sheets [ and the University of Florida is am- ', the Democratic Primaries in Mav for County Commissioner from Dis- j and support of the people Humbly yours
outside, but MILTON D.
violets in your hair) I to be there forever. So life flows! I pie to take care of the affairs of this I I am personally familiar with the trict Five Ifrooker and New River) CARTER. F. C. ( Freeman
weather man says rain even on I office. 1 shall do my best to see each duties of the office, having done a subject to the will of the voters In I FOR ) Hodges
You courUy, smile and prome- on, and know that wherever you I Wednesday I washed this | one of you before :May the 6th I large part of the work in setting upj I the Democratic Primary of May *. CONSTABLEIJISTHICT (I'd. Pol. Ad\)
so after ONK
nade with me; when read this I am with 1, -CHARLES A. DARBY j the new system now in use. which If elected I will devote the necessary I heieby
are you noon. Have the starched thing i ____ I II I; i is considered one of the most modem ]I time and effort to ...rthe people i announce my candidacy 1
I watch you sleep; you wake you. God bless you. The'mighty!; COIATY Jtnr.KTo in the State, so I am adequatelynualified of my district and county to the .
then stir how :Mo lashed at ironed. I have to dry them all in j FOR man I i to keep it in excellent ,'nn-1 I I bes-t of mv. ability! )pledKHiK n-tll- I
; see flood of the Muddy side. the'otns and my ) ditionU ,i I tfi.u ...1'\ ".a and ;'ap.lrud: .',n-
Your limbs make luminous the the shores just over the hill from friends in Tlradford County Florida be elected I will give the dunesof .'i SldT.ttl' "; .It ., ::1 t '!,i- Y'"ir,; \olr
will a
| We have been fried'I hereby announce that attention.and 'I..111.1! -upn.| u.'l 1 1.I .. d.l p'V'! ,l|1' Give A Younger Man A Chance
chill night air; our town. Over to the east and i I: having i candidate for re-election\ in the coming the will office be available mv personal at all tim-s I I 11'1 ....Lit'I .' ', .',B .i I .1, h- To Inject
Your touch remembered overwhelms north of us about ten miles the '|I Spring chicken on Sunday' and Democratic Primary that to be vote held The vote and support of all m\ f.r; 1 I I" ," ,Il.i. Mil* iltt "' Yew Blood Into The Board of
I and your
me now- I I water covered the rich farming1e.n1.anana.1e.oOOe'te pure hog lard and a hunk of but. !: and in May support of 1952.is hereby earnestly requested friends are earnestly) !lolirlt.l.I.P..LS I. ,'lnSBYi I K: II. Cusv: M i.KKI.N.: :: Jit I: County

:'ter: to fry them in. Gives thema ; that if r.-elt.c-t..d the officewill Commissioners
...L_._ __ __.._- be run fnr the interest of theCounty i ----
- v- -' flavor when fried in an iron the County
and the people of iTO[ TillUnnloi or 1111 \nronnror.vrv
LE-CT I I nkillet.:. Made Don a thick yellow a- it has in the paM years sinoevou VOTE FORR.
eleitxl me County Judge. I am a candidate for the off. "> of
Ii I 'butter cake with lemon filling Yours trulv.n Supervisor of Registration in the

i and white seven-minute icing. I K PERfVM.4N. forthcoming election j ATTENTION H. (RUSSELL)
iI ; As I have been in the public STV-
iI I love to bake.HELPFUL. Fun f orvr jt'nnnTo : ice several years in the past I feel m
The Citizens of Bradford :hnt I am fully qualified for this If You Have

T. J. Alderman i I : walls and found HINTS if :you I wet washed the I County am a :candidate f<>r County i office.If elected. I can and will eerve you I PINE OR CYPRESS G

( lower part first the wall will Judge May Democratic of Praflford Primary.County I in have the in an efficient. manner a' the lawprovlffen. i. r ee n I i

I want to thank viol for voter vote
not streak when you wash the farmed, worked as laborer and I l TIMBER TO SELL T"T
-rved our country inVnrld WarII. .'and i support on May a ftth which T willigreatly
YOUR I upper and work down. Equal I am married and the father of appreciate and promise a
parts of ammonia and turpentinewill two small children. As a younman ; huvine-.1! and cnmtfous administra- Large or Small Tracts 'i, JR. I
linn of this officei .
a. who was born and raised on a Florida i
take paint out of clothing. i M Mitch Td\iard
Farm, trained in our publics
[ t TAX I Wet spot two or three times then ,hools and the University of Florida we nuy All FOR I
L I am familiar with the problems FOR coiviv ( O>IMIMOMHIIIVIHICT : I
wash in soapy water. I boughta r'f the people A'- a lawyer I am TllllKi: : PAY TOP PRICES
e4Yr couple of sponges to help me 'ully qualified for the position T }1.\. .r'nn I ";. .- "i'I:I'MtVll, 'I' \ COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
Elect me and 1 will hum- fur ,Ci'iinn ..' 'i "iM'i' r fi.; tn I"''-
ASSESSOR i with my washing and found thema Mv! and gratefully serve you In a III"i Th" "ih: S>.1'\\! I -nl, i' 9
big help.I i fair courteous Impartial and efficient to till V 'i: i ,111' \ ,1.I.1 ;" d
f I 1 'I manner. I need .r<.ur v..11' and Di 'i:. > I la i n x f :M.iv i, \ Write Call
I or I
Mipport, and will appreciate :.t
put Digger down in the back Fincrlv, District Five

A LIFE LONG RESI yard for a time. He is barkingat -T. A. 'To\\\\: '.-\- =. --- ,-. _:=. ----.- j; -.:: tC CK; 1 9

DENT OF BRADFORD squirrels. He does seem tc B. THOMAS '
run !SIIFItiri'i
j i have such fun. It is about time h .,' ;.tI.., I'." ,, \ PHONE 218 F lie will hive courteous.service
; :; COUNTY ,, j.i."r "
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w to start the evening meal. I planto "to. .ff I.,. t' .I,1..r\ LUMBER CO. > impartial I
steak and .' COLONIALFLORIST consideration at all
have round whipped I'r n'1:
r'I .1\II OWS:1tSU TAX ji take ',, \ fa..tlf .' I... ,! '1 PHONE 211-J
potatoes, a salad peaches Times
r t'A rim P. 0. Box 735
: and cofffe. About four in th 1M Pot Adv >

i I evening I always feel so happyI STARKE, FLA. i I

He will see that all property i I have done a good day's work. Let Us Thoroughly .
t both Real Estate I Don will soon be home for the Wash Your Clothes FLOWERSFOR -;;, : -_ : -, _'!' : .'!i. :;

and Personal, is j evening and then sweet rest in
Equally Assessed. the nice clean bed. I awaken witha 9 Pounds ALL OCCASIONS DRIVE I

I,i the glad world surprise H beautiful I am still in alive the For 40c! MATTHEWS I LEE'S IN T H EAT R E EKEYSTONE 4 4 4

Honest Faithful Qualified I springtime. I can hear the robins FREE Bleach If Desired I .
( singing in early dawn I can hardly I|,I Temple Ave Stub:* :,, (j) i: 5 5I

(Paid Pol. Adv.) i wait to get up and put on the I ,, HEIGHTS
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song and a great thankfulness. Will DISH GARDENS I E FlU SAT.
-- AND T MAY 2. 3
i iI I hope each of you out there Dry Your Clothes !, 3

I I catches this spirit and love thif For 20cIn 1 1 POTTERY I FAITHFULSERVICE I liTHE BIG TREES"Kirk 4

springtime. ..
New Automat Drien! .4.
}!I HAPPINESS IS A PERFUMEYOU I d Douglas, Eva Miller, Patrice '\)'morl'IX 4

:! I II I i FEW DROPS ON YOURSELF The Washeteria SUN. MON. 4
I the Emerson. Nona St Starke TI'E5 MAY 4,5,6 4 4
I I. So bye now, I shall be thinkingof Sth CONCRESSIOXAl DISTRiCt .j 'Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick" 3

you all. VOTE 4

God bless and keep you. FOR Alan Young. Dinah Shore, Adele Jerjrens 4 4


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.i i We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and I >. 100 LIIS. PaymentI. ....

j NEW MOTOR Temple Ave Starke accept ANY life insurance policy In force, !issued by ANY I .
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(Chef range brings you top performance -

UTTONHOLER ROBERTS ftft- pIne long-lasting dependability. 4 4 4

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WITHIN ISO MILES WE FITFire STATELEGISLATURE C ftft ftft regulator the one-piece top burner 4 4.
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.- I II ftft units large fully insulated 4
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li lili I Charley E. Johns j ,
I would like a free home demonstration at no obligation ,! C

I to me. f I li liI Agency 1 He Did A Good Job For You' Before . CENTRAL FLORIDA I

I RECONDITIONED SINGER (n S26.5( Phone IS STARK, FLA.S. I 3 He'll Do A Good Job For You Again E EON I .

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When You Go To The Polls On May 6 You Will Help Decide

One Of The Most Important Issues That Has Ever Faced Bradford County


For Who% Can Say How Many Lives Would Actually Be Saved RIGHT HERE Within The Next 12 Months IT. Bradford County

Had A Public Hospital Of Its Own -- PERHAPS YOUR UFE Or The Life Of Some Beloved Relative, Friend or NeighborHow

many times have you been thankful that you could reach The 1931 Legislature passed a Special Act providing that

Here Is The Way The
a hospital dust in time" perhaps a loved one was ill, and all Race Track Funds received by Bradford County in Excess

Question Will Appear On f
a few seconds might mean the difference between life and of $80,000 annually shall t I be placed} in a special!:{ Hospital i 1 Funudeath.

perhaps the miracle of birth was ready to take The May 6 Ballot to be used by Bradford County at some future date for the

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construction of a Public Hospital. This Act will not be effective
place 1 and a new life to be brought forth upon the earth .
however until approved} by the voters of Bradford
perhaps a tragic accident had taken place and a mile or more PUBLIC HOSPITAL
County at the polls on May 6. This county has already received
in the distance to the nearest hospital might decide whether SAMPLE BALLOT
in 1932 around $90,000 in Race Track Funds, so$10.000
the victim lived or died. If you have never had an experi BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
:MAY 6, 1932: of this amount has been placed in escrow for the Hospital
ence like that, you are fortunate but life being made up
PRECINCT. pending the outcome of the :May 6 ballot. It is our belief
as it is, the chances are that you, like most other average
For the establishment acquisition or con- that this surplus over $80,000 can be used for the purposes
persons, have had occasion to be thankful at one time or struction equipping, operating and main-
tenance of a public hospital i in Bradford ,
of a hospital without straining the economy of our county
another for the services of a hospital. We hope you always County by the payment to said hospital
of that part of the race track funds in
and we know of no more humanitarian or beneficial 1 way it
excess of $80,000 allocated to Bradford
the in time and that there
managed to get to hospital was under
County the provisions of Chapter
550, Florida Statutes 19:>1. could be spent. At the present time Bradford County is
room for you when you arrived there. But did you ever
paying around $5000 annually to out-of-town hospitals for
stop to think what might have happened if a flat tire, or X
YES --- :NO -- the treatment of its indigents. This is money that could very

motor trouble, or a traffic accident had delayed you in
Mark a cross (X) after your choice easily be kept at home and would go much farther in caring

route that ? Some and - - -
to out-of-town hospital one very near
for the needy if we had a }hospital t of our own. A hospital I
Study the above carefully so
dear to you perhaps even YOU yourself- might not be you can vote intelligently on here would mean a nice payroll for the county and would

this all-important matter when
living today. have many other benefits.
you go to the polls



\We feel that it is shortsighted and lacking in good faith to say that "Bradford County cannot afford a hospital". Bradford County, in the management

of its finances need bow to no County in theState of Florida. Bradford County CAN AFFORD to do whatever is required TO TAKE ,

CARE OF ITS OWN. Bradford County does not fall short in any other aspect of progress -- why should it fall short in providing hospital

facilities for its own? The allocation of Race Track Funds, as outlined above, will make a public hospital possible for Bradford County.

Put Your 'X' After 'Yes' When You Go To The Polls


Charley E. Johns, Agency Ben Suslow (Ole Sarge) Ducky's New Method Cleaners

Koch Drug Store A. J. Thomas, Sr.
Houston's Service Station E. T Shull, Plumbing & HeatingThe

Guidon Grill (George Kopelousos) Ed & Becky Simpson (Gem Jewelry)
Earl's Garage Washeteria
Denmark. Furniture Co. Harold C. Wall, Agency

Lawson's Cold Storage & Market Sunoco Service Station
Dr. P. G. Felos I Fred F. StumpStefanelli's

Dr. A. A. Kartsonis Grocery & Market Barksdale's Dept. Store Union Bus Station & Conway-Libby ;

J. W. Andrews Western Auto Associate Store Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. Flying Service

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