Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 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: UF00027795:03169
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Hectic Second Primary Battle

For Governorship Nearing EndBoth

; Candidates Take Off Gloves For Final Round

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; Trying to obtain an unbiased opinion the
shaking the
.. > Primary race for the Governorship of Florida this campaign out of its humdrum routine. If tha-
:\ .' : .i I ILarge ant week bed.was like trying to find impartiality in the middle of an ceeded was beyond intent.his fondest there dreams.i is no denying Dan :McCarty that he, trying had >iu i -

maintain a semblance of
A campaign that started slowly and was described in the thodox but dignity in the face of these uno, -

y ; early! stages as the dullest in Florida's history had suddenly state with Odham apparently as a effective kind of political tactics, refused to tour"tl- ,
come alive. The co-stars of feature. '
-. r the show-both of them personable have desire
no to become
& a partner in Odham's
; young men with. wide appeal, but with vastly different act." :ilcCarty said-or words to that effect. vaude\l i--!'!

approaihrsm}; : -;(lugging it out on stump, radio and tt'It.-
Crowd Hears Brailey Odham speak here last Saturday Candidate Shakes hand after questioning.. \ i.sion.IJrailev: On the local front Odh in
Polaroid 1. I1nute Photos by the Telegraph- McCARTY RALLIES support blossomed notte.tb\! ,
( Odham talkathon.- were given the credit for F 1 the first
.--- following his. hil-!
SCHEDULED hour appearance here last San.

:: day morning Odham b.t'were -
(Charley E John.< of Starkf and :
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Single /nIl':(1111 G Fraser of Macclerny:I their candidate had the dran fact th.-t:-

lOcflFfnl speak at the following place biggest and most visibly ell t h .

Copy saturday in behalf of Dan Me"artv's I siaic crowd of the current '
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campaign for Governor i
County Publication Established In 1879 Hampton 10:30 paign. That. there was no d ':: ,
am., city hall. :j' ing (see photos at left L McCart _
Brooker-11:30: a. m. 1
. VOLUME SEVENTY-THREE STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 23, 19.53 NUMBER FORTY-FHE:: Lawtey: -2 p.m. that countered, howev.
I;,," .,- o __ Odham hit here Satuirti ,
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"Cp.m. bank ( rner. morning-

Kansas Firm Apparent Low Bidder Mayo7:30 Local Green candidates:Cove p.m.Springs-4:30 are invited: p m.tc j,: while crowd time for Dan's in a traditionally a speaker last county seat to the draw town be,\'

appt>aranrt' v', ,
.haie in the
program and evencr.t; on a \Vedesjaafternoon

On Railroad ".t k'-d to come nut and her the COUrse. neither side c">11101 i Jtlo\\t,>:'
Rebuilding Blanding ''he lo"t'rn"r"1'1': how many listener i-am' o-.t s. ,

urday motivated b} i r',\t.? ,

The Wm. A Smith Contracting I I I I The engineers office stated that .- "i utilities )in lune 17 I Green Will% Speak son curiosity after to meet Odium .- !' -

Co. Inc. of Kansas City, Kan. wa interest in the contract was great -' -ngmeers stated -ha' notice seeing and heirrti; i: '
,I on television.
apparent low bidder on approx- with 15 bids received one-third of I bidders on this project will be Only the ietmn-!

imately five miles of railroad spur them from out of state firms. i i, ert.i-.ed on May 28 I I p k Here the polls next Tuedav v. il 1 l''! _
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into Camp Blanding according tc j Several days will be required tc I III ,,e three r ojectoll1prts(' 2 j 1r oneMcCarty's

an announcement by the U. S r double check the bids investigatethe I II '). ) ') rehabilitation prograir I local fon'. ,,' ,',' ,

Army Engineers office in Jack I responsibility of the apparentlow I place Camp Blanding on :11 1 I \ (:rC'l'' \\ill/durn i to home I' eagerly this week on Oihu, e r

sonville yesterday.The bidders, and complete details basis reads f'r use in I .ml Saturda in hI- campaign announcement of a .137: 'ixi"' .,

Smith firm's bid wa of signing the contract, the en I Government's defense program ('ollgre=,- from the new Eighth network of four-lan> highw i\

27277475. It covers approx gineers said. There is a possi and if needed. I I I'i-.tnct' speaking; in Starke at 4 which, according to Odha in'< 'lit
imately five miles of railroad, on bility however that work might there for I t pill and at Lake Butler at 5:30: map (see second section i i.III"
present is no plan
existing roadbed running from start on the railroad spur earlyin Always a fluent speaker it is expected include important U. S Hit'

the end of the present Seaboard June. I personnel thert' other I that he will draw a large I way 301 which provides the Shr

line into the warehouse area of the j Bids were opened last Fridayon I a small "hou"ekeepmg"// -PoUr-iid 1'Mmu>e Phut by the Telegraph- I crowd of listeners at both placer I est route for travel coming In'

camp. I the telephone and telegraph : '..ent- !i BKAl'TlFl BULL: PE1TKK: rliLJ: ) at HnxiUr i.. pictured abcne to hear his final speech; of the I' Florida on U. S.. 1 and 17 and i-
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in !
I with grower Everett (iainel' (l left > and hu)er V. B. Hooks. Pepper isbecoming campaign his home counties. to th
I West
FFA Barbecue Set I an increasingly<< : |I.opular| crop, in Bradford ('ount .. In the first primary Green received -. maintained Coast. McCarty supporter
I I Baccalaureate Day 21.367'otes to 18.740() for such a road systet'
} would cost this '
the second high man D. R. Bill count> rnu-
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Set For Tonight Saturday Matthews.In : valuable tourist trade.

: Both Bradford County Farm Markets I On the State level
Begins Sunday For spite of his substantial lead I the <-aiui''

Over 100 FFA members and 1; May 21. everyone will I in the first primary, Green has I dates were throwing charges an'

their dads are expected to attend Readin'- writhi', and -'rithmeticwill ,, asked to wear the familiar : Await Rush not relaxed his efforts to return (counter charges too fast and
the organization's annual barbe- soon be over for the student ? red poppy on coat or dress Big Green Corn to Congress where he served the I furious for the average voter t

cua tonight! (Friday) at 8 o'clockat of Bradford High school.: The day will be Poppy Day when. old Second District for 18- vear.**..*. keep up with. Besides! anyon '
the home of Tyler Jones near seniors will finish their work for a year Americans pay tri I. Bradford Count' Farmer1-! Ma. He has waged one of the"most with, common sense .kn..u.th..... .. ...-" \..

Broker. the semester today and the rest by wearing their memona1! 1' ketreported: sales of more than i If Florida City and Joe Parker of| thorough and active campaigns of I neither candidate could be as:! bm' "

Featured speakers at the af of the students will have exams !:! ... the poppy, dedicated tr $40.000 from spring vegetabl./ i Hastings will arrive next week. j his political career and has expressed l I as his running mate pictured hin

fair will be Wm. Fifield, Director, from Tuesday through Thursday who gave their lives in servo crops this week, with the big push I' Good showers during thp pastweek confidence of his victory I or he'd be in jail instead of rur
on green coin yet to conifR. I ': at the I fling for public office. Man .'
University pt Florida Agriculture Next Friday everybody will get j to the country during World i have been most welcome by polls next Tuesday. ) "
Station State i N" Beville manager of the i thee horrific charges were dl.I .
and I
Experiment and
his report card and school will be corn growers and will do theirpan He has stated that he will have -
Representative Doyle Conner. over for another year. I ,; who buy poppies from Brooker market, reported sales of towards making a record I Camp Blanding made into a per |: counted for just what they wer
Several of the Future Farmers will I of the American 15,000 packages for the week May here : manent -campaign bmhwah. But now
Legion crop this fort within (
For 56 seniors it will be the end season. Acreage i? a year after
also address"the'group. of a long and sometimes hard road. and the Girl Scout 13-20, with gross revenue to grow- estimated at an all-time high of, his election: and will work for u that the slug-fest was started
On hand for the chicken supperas will distribute them the eis of $48,120.95.Beville 3.000 'I neither man could quit for fear
The motto of the HAior.. class is on I arre1Didn't- amendment of the old age pension
special guests will be State will be the wars' announced that Joe that the other might hive th
"We have crossed the bay the aiding and social; security laws, elimi !
E. Johns StateSupervisor I Hatten of Pahokee will install a I final word. Most voters. to '*'
Senator Charley victims by the contribution natmg needs
ocean lies before us. provisions
i prccooling machine the Br"ok- Even Try!! the truth were getting slight
of Vocational Agriculture The final formalities for the for the flower. Funds de-I restrictions, inspection service !,
H. E. Wood, members of the .graduates will be the Baccalaureate from the sale are used tr ) er platform this weekend and etc to make old age benefit weary of the whole thin,:: /iiI'

School Board and other county Sermon at the Methodist Church dependents servicemen and I start an f.o.b. market for corn ..; j( available to all who are 65 year would welcome May :2"i? Hit 1 taft'r
officials. veteran Mr A, Y. I C. F. Smith of Ft. Myer ha? of and
Of Starke on Sunday evening. May : age to include totally div May 27,
I is chairman of the sale installed; a cucumber and pepper tr.tf I abled persons without income

Guard Planning I Home EconomistTo I F 1, and machine started at the operating Brooker Saturday.market under b.) and to bring all recipients FFA Members
I j I up to maximum amounts
Motor Court tay 17. providing an fob,
Conduct Philco I marI I I Ht "intends that this can be done Will Stay Busy
I 1 I ket on cukes and pepper.

Open HouseVisitors Cooking Show Here II I Extension of the Brooker platform -I i Government.without additional expense to the During SummerThe

i I For I 1. was completed Thursday and
301I the overall. floor space is now" lOt( F local FFA chapter at Hr.

Night will be observes!' I ft. by 52 ft. Qi ; _; Full Line IH TractorsAt fflrd High plans a full -urn '

by the local National Guard unit !j : t I > for a new motor court or. i I I i Berr) Deal O\er I IIt Farm, Home, Auto 'program according to V. R Figuson -' ..

Monday night, May 26, when the : S 301 north of Starke were I I'' The last load of *traubeine--r / i,, supervisor of th.. In. ,
public is invited in for open house ( 1 : I vesterduy by Chester I for Plant City procnsorrollel: j For the fir-'t time the complete chapter.i .

beginning at S p.m. I : who recently purchased I I| from the Starke market Monday A lineof International Harvester

Visitors will be allowed tc Earl Edwards home and ptop- '! Only 353; 21-quajt crates and eight ; ?: : I laitms is bt'mgtarried and dis- j i'I I chapter has nine h'a.jI

browse around inspect equipment, i; I 16-quart crates were sold during t:It- pla\i! in Starke. Farmers and cattle 15 hogs, four aore.i
visit classes and see how the Na I Bagley and hN wife whc the pa'-t week bringing: grower >in 'th interested are invited tc,, sweet corn and a large plo'

tional Guard is preparing itself' : road'A'.. here from East Wilhston! $1,713, Berries this season bi ought 11I:11)1: >('t these tractors at the newdiplav I truck crops to be tended. 'Iii.-

to meet any emergency which may k'e'i: / Island are now occupying growers only $196,927,61111 room of the Farm, Home the summer.In .

confront the Stale and Nation. new home. He recently re- siderably below the quartet million & Auto Supply on N. Court St. i ,
addition to the work at -.
There will be drill contests anl from the aircraft business I dollars that is consigned"' opposite Baptist Church. i j ;

other interesting activities, and I which he had been engaged fair return in an average y- HI Denver U. Devrick dealer I I school farm all of the bo>s m '.*i

will be served during During the week 307 .' FFA chapter have their <
refreshments I 1927. I packagi' at.I I that he has capable me- own IJr

the evening. Capt. Hugh B. < <'y plan to start construction of spring vegetableWM- old H' ,hanu S who can service and rej j jects which they will "pd"1{ l '

Ingram. company commander, Issues motor court with around 10 j the Starke market. Tot.il I p\enu,< t I pa" ti I actors. and be also main- summer developing.

a cordial invitation to the 4. _.I ;, in the near future paid to gro'er"a.- $:-:21:: I ."7 a ,i supply of parts.
public to visit the armory Monday I II N'. Coleman of t thi! i .:..- "m"i'. i i.
Miss Eliza Clark home ,I r>'. and Mrs. and Recent BirthMr
nightDistrict. economist section brought in 5 s t d.ite> Joseph Avery
for the South for the Philce I Personnel corn Tuesday the first to ai : i i''. a daught, Joan, of Pheonix City,
and Mrs J L le j
Corporation > :
WinnersIn conduct a Cooking Attend Meeting at the Starke market It \\.t, u ie visiting their aunt. Mrs
: Show next Tuesday afternoon I (I bought by Bob Turner u $1 2., T V Hutchingn over the weekend Jr announce the birth of i i I.n.:!

Baseball Tourney in the Amer\an Legion Home, :: L. Currie. ( ountv Super II | per crate Mr Tinner II I'l\'ed i "'ri rnroute home from the Bap t(T, \Iarrha.tllI'I 'nn Mi. :

Will Go To StateThe starting( at 2 p.m. Miss Cook i? I i I and Pearle L. Schrop-hier I here Monday and set III'[ IIII' tfu n.. invention( in Miami. the Jacksoiiulia: II! 'm.tpi' >

sponwied locally by C. H. Nas- Office Clerk of the Brad season's operation.

Tornadoes played Green worthy General Supplies I unit. Farmers Home Admin :: Other corn bueimm' at the !. Top Men In Humphreys Tourney
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Cove Springs Thursday afternoonat Ii"s Cook has spent more than tion office will attend an Starke market are Floyd Denmark ., "

Jacksonville Beach in their dis 11 years in consumer educatiov. plicy meeting to be held or of Smith & Sponhojtz, Ja('ksonville _
trict tournament. Fletcher and work educating homemakers ir 22-23: at Caine-ville and David Browning also'.if !'I c -r :MI(, tp, < -. .', isimy \ I -

the art of cooking and preparation .l.iik- Uil! !'t- Nuvillo Brothers : tn t "t l !> h hit' k ba- !!I" ', i
Bolles are the two ether teams this meeting new pou! 'te.-- .
of foods for home freezing. Sh<> I irllmt;: I i"t -pei k* n, Lm kloos*
participating with the two Thurs I with farm and home plan
is a graduate of the PolytechnrcInstitute. last Fiuaaiui) look what haprHiii -
day winners playing Friday afternoon and year-end analysis of Clinic -
Auburn Crippled ><| The picture tells the
University an 1 story
at 3 p.m. for the champion and home business will Iw ;
before joining Philco I An 11-pound bass latched onto hif -
ship. the winner going to the State spent SiX ; :. Sotre of the IDa!' /
baseball tournament at Fort years with the University as Home j \' in working with famil_> "Eagle Paw" trolling bait and refused
Demonstration Agent and 1! Set For TodayTh. to let go Mr McCrardidnt
Pierce on June 10. 'I farmers are: I til Full u-e of !
months with i mind a bit rrf -I '
Bradford entered the district the Tennessee Valley! ,) and land resources .121 adding thir
Authority whopper to his fine
in consumer string
meet by eliminating Lake City money management. I annual clinic
food problems. I crippled !lpeckThis lucky fisherman
here. : production food. ft'e,1.
gl&t: Thursday night
children is
: htoingheld today( Friday who resides at 513 Walnut
C. H. Nasworthy. local Philcc fiber. (4) standard, St. IF
Delano Thomas let up 3 hits, struckout I ) Improve ) at the Bradford County I
14 and walked 6. Taylor of dealer. extends a cordial invita i employed as a mechanic at the:
Department Dr
j I' building. Green Cove Navy Base. I .
S hits, walked lion to the..public to attend the ,
Lake City gave up Farmers Home Administra- A. Y. Covington Director of the (
1, struck out 6. while Wood whc I Cooking Show. He announce i makes short-term operating I ,County Health Department stated 1 "

relieved him for two-third of an I that a Philco range will be given I and long-term estate loin I I that the clinic i i. free to all children \Vv1[ U MeetingThe I

inning, gave up 2 hits struck out away free to some lucky lady attending I farm families to carry. under 21. I-
the Show. Admissicn i is'' program and busin*'ss meeting '
2 and walked one. t thee objectives. Ii'
free. Only tho-e from Bradford County i of the Baptist WMU
Lake went into the lead, ) waheld
City I II .> I'i
; personnel from the Staff will be examined except for a in the educational buldrngTUfs';
4-0 in the upper half of the 3rd I : ,
far Office who will attend th.F small number of special cases. day afternoon at 3 0'( lock with
Inning They touched Thomas Armadillo Found : '
j t I'This is the first
time .
that this 30 presentThe
2 hits but managed 4 runs on a I I I g are: James A. Jones. Jr.,1'
i In Yard Here system has been used.; In Ida ,
, free pass to 1st and 3 miscues by : Field Representative. Area pastears Darby o.r' l I' r..ifl! :mr ce .,
i I y several adjoining counties of the program which u-a_ <,[>*n'c1| "
the Tornadoes.The
: William T. Shaddick. State ,
Another armadillo the little :hate held the clinic at the same by singing the hymn Fao trFace.

locals in their half of the i I hard-fhelled animal that "ain't" I,I tor: Marvis B. Roberts Chief. ,F 'time. The new system will give "'. Mr., Ira Wilson gave th .

:;rd scored 3 run on 3 hits and;I|: supposed to be in Florida, but is, : Operations; L. M Ho!. 1 the doctors more time with each devotional followed with prayer I

one error. The visitors scored 1 was captured here Tuesday night. ,: Product-en Loan Of :patient Mrs Dave Paulk < ir le program': ;

run again in the 4th but Bradford I This time the armadillo was found and Helen in"11. State !' The cliniC is sponsored; by theI chairman presented lK n\!\t.
went ahead in their 4th inning I right in town in the yard of Mrs. Management ]Florida Crippled Children's 'I titled "White Fenu-es of Thin* -P ...r. .4 1-Mlnute Photo by the Telegraph .
I I Jackie Sears who lives in the I' Super'I"r ]mission! the Those taking Mis Five
41 and American Legion part were A A memoers It 'Qe 'ournamenr wtnmug .. .
Humphn .
:5> c.t -b r-a.
by scoring more runs on ''' ;
Hemingway house on S. Thomas : Durden. Mrs..
Post 56 and Auxiliary. J A. Lewi-. Fay. are '..
I pu-turpo atx.Just ,
prior their
rei-ewng $50 ash ,
hits. I St Armadillos are usually foundin I|i Tags Net $188 Staff Paulk. Mrs. Wesley Andrews. :'IrsL. dwarj as>
members include Dr. John Thursday nigh'' First row i t. r. Ralph Begue Joe rl">. .
Teston got 2 hits for 3 trips tc. the Southwest, but in recent I P. Love D. Haines. Mrs. A. J. Thoma < Mem.
joy. Dr. James C Lanier truth, (second I ,
, I highly successful BHS Band row to r Alvin Howard Curtis Malon- .
been found at I Mrs. aptawall
years have intervals Ira Wilson
the plate while Jackson and Rowe t two: nurses and the staff of the and Mrs. Dave members of the Lab Team. Gerald
in Florida. One was found,I Saturday brought J13? Health Paulk. A number of Crawford highest average : wr,
2 of Rowe's Department.Lunch
for 4. hit
got one
ber of Glenn Wade
in the several! children'l; three-game total. Two aw-mber-
woods near SUrke ; band's uniform !!;Ilo The dressed to represent (
going for a triple. wiU b? served to the par- the Lab Team. Marion Manning and Alan Wood
>ears ago. is $1.500 the World", were also presented were not re.-n
i?r.tj..d children!
by Mrs Paulk photo was taken.

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Council would be invited to attend I of a toureen at the home of''but because of election :'
j day ha: ? at their home on Lake Santa Fe. 1 Mr. and Mrs
I Hugh Wilson of Ctal: of C. "-.
Telegraph the meeting, it was said. Miss Gladys Tillis last Jllurlt. 1)r'ie? a
County I on Fridayevening. been postponed until Wednesday Major:: Timmins is stationed at Lake City spent the weekend with '1'0LL nUlltltlU" t\l>
Councilman Tipping reportedthat About 21 members were I! May 23. It will be at the home of Columbus Ohio. CL.\BUT: !.:
I j Mrs. Wilson's .
Mr. and
parents, are hereby II.'
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR ,, he had arranged for Sheriff present. i Mrs: Eula Walker from 3 till fp.m. Mrs W. A. Browning has left Mrs. G. E. \\199111S. your claims and ai< ,, i II-
Hall to be present at the May 12 Dr and Mrs. Farrar have for the estate with the i' .' >
Published Every Friday and Entered ai Second | goneout i, an extended visit in St. Louis Mrs. Robert Jackson and chil KradforJ County. K.:... ,
rrrt> meeting to discuss the matter of to their cottage on the lake The Variety Show planned by Mo and Cedar -.tint hate h..11fuh'. .
X Rapids Iowa -tt
Matter at the Post :
Clans police 111 r.Rht tl..l.u: ,
but that '
protection due tc for a few weeks before starting the PTA has been postponed in i :1? :
pressing business the Sheriff wa i I north for the summer. Sunday:: ,I definitely. It may be revived Mr and MrS. E.lcKay leave with Mr and Mrs P. H HasktnM (1'It.-t .f,,-fr th..d.l.t-t i'ubl..tttit : : ?

Member I 7 11 1952 unable to be present and the status i I I May 25. will be the last Sunday of I next fall. Bons fir J "r 'tt tistt t(. Key *' ,iiiil MrSihtllms:: ruicm '- ,11\i t; ':Mi't-.., ."," IQ',, ': 1..' i

of this matter remains unchanged Dr. Farrar's pastorate in the Com I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Purdy of Wes: pained her. 1 It! S i1.!.I7" 1 ,.

Several bold burglaries have.I munity. After the first of June I the Park of the Palms have gone .

jubcrlption $2.73 Annually %t Jf ..imLimwuBmmjSBSeassaisaai.x! =K

recent weeks. At present the the work of the church. I dicks. They will return in the
1 I town has no night police protec Red
GOP In Demo Clothing Sew Club OfficersThe I fall.H. Week-End Specials
tion.Rev. I. Gage has gone norh i We are getting just a little-weary of a certain morning Fred Dodd asked; that the Woman's Club held it-1 the summer.

daily newspaper, located not more than 45 miles from here, ;: town provide a life guard at the regular business meeting on last :Mrs.: Eula Walker returned iron-

writing Republican editorials while presumably sailing under I I beach for the protection of swimmers Tuesday in the club house. Reg. i Georgia last Friday whenh. ." '" ,,'-
Democratic colors. This is not just a recent whim on this' He was advised that the ular business was transacted and was called by the death of! j ,:% ,

newspaper's part. It has been going on, in fact, in every I beach was under lease to Keystone I then the president turned the niece.

presidential election year since, and including Roosevelt's Beach, Inc. and that this meeting over to the new officers. Mrs. Wait is leaving this Tn'n-,.

administration. Maybe this particular newspaper was hap- I matter should be referred to them Mr- Sara D. McDonald was installed day for Wekboro Pa. when' shy ::::::s:::.
pier when Hoover was president.Now j for action. a. president; [rs.o'. M. will spend the summer with !hi'r ::::::::

don't get us wrong. We think anybody has a rightto D. E. Pangborn called attentionto Walrath Sr. as retiring president, son and daughter.Mr. :=:::
be a dark spot at the foot of the became first vice president: :Mrs.: and :Mrs.: F1.. Boyd of -=-- i
a Republican if he wants to be. Indeed, as the old say-
hill near Keystone Inn and suggested Horsfall installed Texas have beeniiting Mrs
was as secretary
ing goes, some of our best friends are Republicans. If a man :
that the street light which 1 father, :Mr.: Parker Mr
and Mrs. Weld, as treasurer.The : Boyd's c
comes out and says he's a Republican we may question his I has been out of service foj_ sometime
I had not seen his daughter<
next meeting will be the Parer ; ...sectQuantity
judgment, but we certainly admire his spunk. What we do ,i I be repaired and placed inservice. i Garden Party which closes the for 25 years.Major .
object to however, is the snide, insidious manner of the editorials The matter was referredo
I i I i work of the club until next October E. A. Timmins and fanuh
in question, which would have the reader believe they the Streets & Parks Committee Mrs
I I Tuesday Ma27 was the are visiting Tunminpar /I are being written by a Democrat, but which strongly infer The State Road Department ir. 'dale set for this closing meeting ent-. Mr. and Mrs T. A. William-

(between the lines, of course) that it would be better, much''' a letter dated April 2S denied the. Rights Kesened. Prices (,ood Thru II.. MaH

better perhaps if a Republican were elected president, ]I request of the town for a manually

after all. As we said before, this is not just a recent development controlled signal light at th.
school at Pecan St am'! A PERSONAL MESSAGE
-it has been going on for years.

This same newspaper is now busily engaged in telling Route 21.Council. LB. CAN
the South that it (the South) is going to vote Republican if : President Sipe 3 69c
.1 I the proposed change in the FROM LEX GREEN
the Democratic Party does not pick a candidate to its liking. signal light at Route 100 and

There are no "if, ands or buts"-we're simply going to pick ; Lawrence Blvd must have the approval .

up our marbles and vote Republican. Oh yeah! Who told ;; of the State Road Department .

them so, we wonder. Perhaps the best explanation for this I| and the clerk wa nibtuu. I -

arbitrary attitude would be to classify it under the heading i j t-d to secure: such approvalMr. I DEAR FRIENDS "Donald Duck" I "Donald Duck"

of wishful thinking. :I Sipe also reported that he ,I

An earlier editorial in this same newspaper was head. had attended the Public Utilities|I I earnestly ask tha'i: :

lined: "Can Democrats Change Spots Under Russell?!" The i; Commission hearing at Melrose or ofuu go bark to th. p..!M, SALAD; DRESSING SANDWICH SPREADPt.
thinking in this little GOP-gem was to the effect that al- May 13 and learned that the pro r, ", next Tuesday. May 27 ar tf II i
I vote for return t I"
though Senator Russell "is of sufficient stature to make a | posed changes in telephone service I my
Congress I have rejoi. .d!
competent chief executive" the Democratic Party is too far ;( did not affect Keystone A \\ Ilh'ou in our meeting Jor C I Pt. Jar C

gone for even a man of his ability to pull the country through' Height i iMr I I I \, during the recent c.in.-: 11 11

under its regime. Not only that, but the same goes for ;, Willis reported that U1tI '' paten and wish that IMiuld i
"National Building Code Abbu- have seen and talk-
Senator Kefauver this Thus having handily -
newspaper says. ,.i r I'd with each of yOu Your -
Edition" submitted 1m -
stated .
disposed of bqth leading candidates for the Democratic SRtllllp' t + courageous and unselfish "-----
did not
nomination, the implication is left with the reader that per study at the last meeting :' fffonj in my behalf are

haps a change in parties might be the best thing for the : meet the requirements of the an inspiration to me and! Tropical BrandTOMATOES
( town. After discussion he war |I t shall be forever gratefun .
after all. I
instructed to meet: with the \'anOUfI for your loyalty und
Voters "are seeking a clean sweep in the forthcoming I contractors doing businesh're fidelity. No. 303 Can

elections" the editorial insists. "They will cross party lines, i j for the purpose of drafting a suitable Let Green 10C

if necessary, to eliminate graft, waste, vacillation, and whole- !i j; code and to submit their finding I Many 01'OU are familial with lilY twenty years recordas

sale ineptness in Washington. j I I j! >- as: promptly as possible your representative in Congress and know of the result

Now we're ALL against sin, of course, but this newspaper ,i i Three new nozzles and six new obtained for you and for our old Second Congressional Dis-

seems to forget that "graft, waste, vacillation, and ; hoses for the Indian Fire Fighteis I tiiet :M\: record is an open book and wish it were possible O'Sage Dessert
for each of you to read it by before cast
page page you your
wholesale has existed in Washington since the the have been ordered
ineptness" 1011| first truck I ballot on May 27. It contains no hidder. pages and I believe

memory of man runneth not-even under certain Republican j from the firm ofV. S. Darley proudly that every page will meet with your high approvalThe NO. 22> Can

administrations-or did we just dream the things we've ,. & Co.. Chicago, 111. When they twenty years' experience which you gave me and the PEACHES 19C
heard and read about scandals in the past? It will take are applied this apparatus will b. contacts which I made will enable me to better represent our

more than a change of parties to bring sweetness and lightto I iu good working condition. new Eighth Congressional District. I know by their first
No reply has been received fion* names half of the members of the House of Representative-
Washington. There are, and probably always will be a
and Senate and of the heads -
most department and they al-">
Southern Bell Telephone O>. relative
certain number of crooks and a certain number of honest call me by my first name.

men in both parties. Who has the upper hand in any administration I i' to the Council's inquiry mil. The following letter from the House Democrat I lra,tet r Argo

might depend to some extent on the chief executive the feasibility of telephone hm.kup emphasizes! the strength and importance of this exponen..

but to represent to the voters that the GOP is "aginsin" with the fire alarm systemnor and of my standing with my fellow members of Congress: No. 303 .Con 1/2C
has any reply been received
any more than the Democratic Party is, in our opinion, I concerning application for telephone Honorable Lex Green. SUGAR PEAS 11

the purest demogoguery. ': Assistant Democratic Whip
service: in the Town Hall
As said before we have no objection to straightforward The clerk was Instructed to writethe House of RepresentativesWashington D. C.

Republican expressions of opinion-but please, no more of j company asking them to ex- I. : '
"between the lines" that seeks to DEAR LEX:
this writing accomplish an i, pedite the matter. Frey BentosCORNED
end which the writers, for reasons best known to themselves The leave coveting the use of: I take this opportunity in the closing days of this session '

have not the fortitude to espouse openly. well No.1 at the Airpark by the for your of Congress wholehearted to extend cooperation to you with my deep me appre for the('latio-t.-, Oz. Can

Alachua County Board of Public actment of legislation for the advancement of our nat:"t'' BEEf 12 I 37CBallards

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COLUMN Instruction was approved by the I and particularly for your support of our Government-
Town Solicitor and has been executed war effort.

by all interested parties and I Numerous war establishments' in vour state and east<
Bv :Mrs. Sara McDonald 1 is now.on file. I'!' expenditures of war funds in Florida stand as a lasting

Town Solicitor T. J. Jennings I monument to your achievements but beyond and abo\f Donald Duck
this- you have worked diligently and unselfishly with
Jr. that the Florida Sui
Important Matter Shaughness-y. representing the I reported your Administration for the general high achievemert-
i I preme Court has upheld the which nation has made in Q1 Jar
our war production and in act II .
tTp Before CouncilAdditional I Keystone Lions Club were present
: i Orange County (City of Orlando combat. You ave done your full part and your state MAYONNAISE 49C
and advised that as shun as necessary -
police protection fo]r i arrangements could be made I' ordinance levying utility tax on should be proud of this matchless record.
Keystone Heights was again dis sales of bottled gas and suggestedthat Your courage ability and! experience is recognized h\
cussed at the Town Council meeting for a meeting place the Lions and I the council file papers on the ,I vour assignment on eight regular standing' committee,
Rotary Clubs plan to hold an openmeeting which held .
including a chairmanship! is more than h-
on May 13, but so far n< protest of Fuilgas. Inc against
I other member. In addition to these rommitlt'I
to discuss means of any Plain Self Rising
providing or
of this tax in Keystone
definite conclusions have: beeT I i, payment assignments have made a record in the length of
reached. police protection fur the Heights.No time served and upon your actual accomplishments a.
Dr. William Muss-er anj Robert town. The Sherrit and TownLEE'S reply has been received a? Assistant Party Whip These capacities of rpspopsibiliU Lbs.
1 1vet, from Mi Jennings' inquine I and leadership did not come by accident but came as r.', FLOUR F 5 49C
-' directed to the C. A. A. relative tc suit of your ability character and actual merit You'-
devotion to duty rugged honesty and sincerity at a.:'
1 disposition of the airport.
times has won for you the confidence and the esteem "'
S TE THEATRE E Mr( Jenningsuggested that the the entire House membership. --
best method! of extending the town
; be the We have at all times been able to depend upon you r Wilsons Corn King Sliced Armour's Star or SunnylandBACON
limits would through
the enactment of legislation to preserve the sectirl"freedom
4 medium of an act of the Legislature and liberty of our people and nation You-
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS < giving authority to annex twenty years' service here has been during a periodour >I 4 I' r ,, I the territory in question. nation's greatest history and I dare say that no othe- PURE LARDPound

Fill., SAT. MAY: 23.: 2 1 j Concerning 1 street paving it wa Congressman can justlv point to achievements gr >ate-
than yours. Your excellent and constructive expenem e
decided to ascertain if tax pa'erFon
I presents to the people of Florida the opportunity of you
"TALK ABOUT A STRANGER"Murphy ; property fronting the proposed wise counsel and experienced leadership during the \ear- Pound Ctn.

George; Nancy Ia\K Lewis i Stone I project would place the amount of to romp 39CII II 15C

cost to them in escrow: togetherwith With kindest personal regards ,n>

SUN' TUES.11.11' ,:.i, 27 I the town's proportionateshare Sincerely, your fr.en i II
I of the cost thus eliminatingthe (Signed John W 1lcConnM r.
"WHEN IN ROME"With i necessity of a bond issue 01
Jack 4 7 Lb. SmokedPicNS39CIC
borrowing money to finance thf Congressman McCormick is still Democratic Leadeof or Sunnyland, to ,
Van Johnson and Paul Douglas
work Mi. Jennings suggested thadvis.ibtltt e House and is a friend of LEN GREEN'SNow .

% of securing the necessary my friends you may depend upon me in this t..
:MOX., MAY 26 SPECIAL: BENEFIT SHOW petition- and offered his assistance of great crisis of our nation to fight for even interest "
Sponsored By Keystone Heights Lions Club in drawing up proper our new district and for every individual in it. I shall fuht::
for: our full share of defense funds and the reactivation .-
"STARS IN MY CROWN" petitionMr our abandoned and unfinished federal establishments. n"
:\ Jennings advised that the amendment to the old age pension and security law to ;:n '
<11II use of water for flushing drain to all over 65 and above and those who ar disabled thoi.--
WEI. THUR. :MAY 2S, 29"MILLION and simihar work was not covered I younger the maximum old age pension and social s.un' '.
benefits regardless to their employment or unemplovm-
DOLLAR PURSUIT" < in the town's contract with th proper'( U. S. No. 1 White HastingPOTATOES Yellow Cooking
and that the <
water u
company ic i
give alike the full and maximum now pa:
E Penny Edwards, Grant Withers of water must bt' confined t by the government; Also I shall fight to cut out red tape ar 1
emergency use in fighting fire harassing and embarrassing questions: I shall fight for ctrl -
Use of water for fire departmen!t. ting off eighty-five percent of non-war, non-defense aid gl!' ONIONS S
...... which and thus
is now being sent to foreign countries to cu'
drill i- open to question and th(c
1 taxes, balance our budget and help stop inflatIon: I hat:
solicitor will advise thi,
further on ;
From where I sit... by Joe MarshAttention matter. fight their for dependents.the security I shall and aid ask of for our and veterans receive of assignment all wars ar.'i or. Lbs. .
1 0
59C 2Lbs. I 19CI
Several complaints relative ti- the House Armed Services Committee and be assigned agair
garbage collection failures wen e' as Assistant Democratic Whip and do all within my pow.'r '..
end the Korean War and bring peace on earth and good w:"
referred to the Sanitation
to men. I
Ladies for corrective action
\ I know that I can depend upon \ou to vote for me <1)f M t Superbrand Colored Ga. "A" Large ShippedEGGS
H. L. Morgan Jr., chairman o 27 and return me to Congress

-WIF I Finance Taxation. Laws, Ordin. of th. 15 ..- ..
'--" On May 6 you earned for me 14 out ro: -
.. ances &: Rules reported that th. Cateslined up -each with a 4 tb.b bvttrr.beating thoraocklr afl r..<-tt gave us a
lumber. Judges looking, breakingoff \ !..... Fill and fro>U 3inch.U ta..... occupational tax schedule ha
pieces, tasting. The winner From where I sit, we all have been revised but due to delay n Our Nation survived the crisis of the Revolutionary v.'*rand

Number 4-a rake\ with a wonderful different abilities and tastes. .. transcribing was not available a t the crisis of the war between the States and thee-('.)r, I

glossy chocolate frosting. and these differences are sometimes this meeting The committee wa struction period following it Now Communism within u .,- 4 AC Dozen ETC
surprising. Duke bakes asked to have it ready for dis country and abroad threatens our nation and (Chn-tiA"/
This was at the Women's Club throughout the world. This is civilization's and other rr-
last night. Then Duke Thomas prize-winninp cakes. My wife for lion's gravel crisis. Experience is needed in Congress I

stepped up-his cake was Number example, can beat most any man \l\> MarK June 9 I have kept faith with you Iill keep faith in .", -- -

4! Seems his missus was laid up, at checkers. Same when it comes future I know that you will give us victory on May 27ll ,

so Duke took over-and won! to bewerages-you may like coffee The Community Church wi' My dear friends my faith in you abide- Welches Frozen Concentratedr'l
or tea while! I prefer a refreshing: hold vacation Bible School Jun el
Here's Dukes prizewinningtrosting : glass of beer. But let's not have 9 through June 20. Further announcements 1

recipe: any "half-baked" ideas that people of thi will be mad e)!I; Sincerely your friend

Mrlt 3 assert luwrrlrntj c".I.t ia : are all the same-or should be.g" I later. The parsonage which wi' I I 11! GRAPE JUICE 5 CANS ggc
boiUr. Krnox fr..
double hut. add 1',
be vacant after the first of Jun el I
rap uftrt ronteclieoer'e uttr and *t, LEX GREEN
f/) will be used for sews
tin hot vatrr and k'cnd: Xdd 1 rte yolk. .. e (.f. ; rooms.

ere at a time, kratinf ntll after each. .\d i :heir regular mt'. t\r: ; ir. the :.>r': : : '..:. t.a :. ,-, M> "a:: IV

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I FRIDAY, MAY .'3, 1952 PXl.KI TIiRF

FARMI'NG i Rodda Completes I Quick and- -Easy- ; this week. She will leave there | \OT1CK OF I\TKNT10\ TO ".. thl; ni'T.i Hie, fu tit.i! ,
! : HK.IMKH: 'ITITI"t'IE :"n..wl.aJl .
I for Tocoma, Wash and Newport : '1'1.1H"II' nnJ r '
I CONSERVATION Insurance Course Notice is hereby! given that the undersigned 1w,. arttriK'.ir,i! m I-HMP.-" t-
Oregon and visit relatives there ,
GOES A LONG iiTtdrr the precisions of : III, 1..1, r.r 11.ighiFla.' .
Conservationist I! B. Ray Rodaa of the Harold C Jr01YI before she returns to her home at I'haptt-r ;o.i3 lairs of FIt.fJd.i.cta ThltraJ and Jan }HufIT -
I By George Brown, Wall Insurance Agency returnee? I :Mdi'.in.. Ga |I.i'f 1941, will register, with the ,.It rk -- III 1. wt. trove. Ki.i
i I of[ thtCinuit t'ourt in and f..r I I'.itrd II-) : :;mj ('.>? f \[ r,
in Starke last week after completing Th. H1: McRaes spent part of Bradford .'..unty. State of it S'.iikt. I'r.nlfi.ril t'- \ '
White Dutch Clover seed was from about an acre patch of:! i 1 of Fi/Irla.i.. '
a seven-week course at an t-' .tH-k :n the Heilbi-onn sectior upon receipt proof of
harvested for the first time by a White Dutch from which they I insurance school conducted at the '\. :11! and Mr>'. T. N. Xormar

Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- had removed their cows and allowed 'j I home office of the Aetna Insurance ::M l; .,nd! Mrs. Eldon Sapp. --

trict cooperator last week. Ona to seed out. Group in Hartford, Conn. a '+ rb '>\ !'.' tilad to report that MrsR

trial run, Lloyd Green and nephew The clover was first mowed! The special course dealt with -- I Tv: '''Ia.-. is much improvednt .WISH TO EXPRESS

Inman Green, harvested ap and allowed to dry in the swath j the fundamentals of fire, inland t illness
for a day. It was then windrowed; MY 1 CEnEAppreciation .
proximately 75 pounds of seed marine and casuality insurance
with side delivery rake and com-
-a < \KI) Or THANKS
(i and bonds. The information war
bined from the windrow with a|I II i ,
developed through group discussion 1. to thank our many
, attachment. They plan tel i iI' I I
I I of actual cases and problem their expressions of
j I'' harvest more seed as their other, under supervision of the school rid fOr, their many
se. fields become more mature. .'
staff. N "" the 'ime of our Q

,I Plans for conservation farming'', ,4. -' nemeni. aNo for the For the splendid vote
have been made for G. L. Sapp erators in solving this problems ,
, Ot "it il Life: ins The '
DEAD 1J s I and L. E. Harris. Both Mr. Sapp:'!: They consist of a pasture chopper I given me on May 6th by

and ,Mr. Harris plan to place most:': and a rotary mower. Both are u' t '
the voters of District 3:
LIVESTOCKfOI : of their land in improved pastures mounted on rubber and easily .- .. .. a
FREE REMOVAL OF DEAD I for beef production. transported from farm to farm -.l. :

I LIVESTOCK CALL 1 1Vith the coming of summer, The rental fee on both machines i is75 !
Phone Gainesville 3330 Collect You may want to make two of lined ?13: x 10>i x inrh ifllyoil\ Flash. I. I
weed and brush control on improved cents per user. If you desire u HQflJ wins'4
these, for they'll] surely ask foi pan m a moderate oven 3"5 F t : I earnestly solicit
becomes a pressing district please your
pasture use equipment for 12 .
more. And there's really no t'x'i >etiia>- and \
FLORIDA RENDERERS, Inc. problem. Bradford SCD has twc contact me at my office 119 Cal' ta trouble for you, since you ]I1 '| turn out on'n a i'v.ei' sp- :"">ea .- _. - ..,-,: continued vote and
I pieces of equipment to assist {:oop- St. be using your favorite brand of'' with confcitioiu-' : R< <, sup .
self-rising flour that's so quick and .\ax. d 1 pinr.'; [ pr.l1k'h. : c ,;
. .' 1. port in the Second E Primary r
... ea'y. and gets such tine results. fectioner.- sugar and roll! yulck'ywith I 1 : r:
You'll be delighted too, with towel inside the roll. C"I'1.' the time-saving self-rising flour, Unroll spread with Strawberry I : '\, \1Qae \\t-. : on May 27. :- "
for you will work the dough as Whipped Cream filling, and roll i :, \1\ nCV\ \.t no\\\1pb I: R
VOTE FOR AND ELECT needn'tlet again. Wrap with waxed
lightly: as possible you paper : \\tG \,
it stand, and you bake as soon and chill in refrigerator until \t G\\0t

as your preparations have been ready to serve. Yield: 10 to l 1J :: "\gStb :. H. A. (Buddy) BISHOP
completed. slices. Q. \\\ \ .
De B. [Dick] ThomasConstable STr.\\\1Ur.r.y ROLL SUPREME FII.MXO w\ \
1 4 egg yolks 2 teaspoons unflavored g.:,,: !n1'i \I Candidate For County Commissioner
cups whipping cream
>4 cup sugar _. ._ .. District No. Three
l 1 pint strawberries, d .
vanilla *::xl> i -..-' : : -
YOUR 2 teaspoon ';;'../ .
whites sweetened .-/ '", ,
4 egg '
'2 cup sugar '4 cup sugar ; ,", -. ,, "VOTE FOR EVERYBODY'S BUDDY"

Dist. OneYOUNG 34 cup sifted self-rising flour Measure water Into a ?n ,J } i
-t'' :
Beat egg yolks until thick and saucepan. Sprinkle gelatin 'h"< .: I (Paid Pol. AdsUn .)
lemon colored. Gradually beat in water and let stand 5 n muti- ,, '.0 .
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the '4 cup sugar and vanilla. Beat Place pan in a larger pan of bi> -- -
t i egg whites until almost stiff Add ing v." ter and let stand until gelatin -

1 r ] the H cup sugar, a tablespoonfulat is dissolved. Cool slightly. Whip
1 a time, beating well between the cream, adding the slightly -
: additions. Continue beating until cooled gelatin after cream startsto

..?,. ENERGETIC SOBER mixture is very stiff but not dry. stiffen. When stiff, add the J* Iii b9PJ1ie th
r I Fold yolks into whites. Sift flour cup sugar and the sweetened straw
s over egg mixture and fold it in berries, and spread on cake roll as
carefully. Bake in a waxed paper- directed above /i4/ I
I :sincerely promise to devote my time to

1 .t. the prevention of crime and particularly to !I, Marlon Brando Calvin Starling has returned tl J) :' In tit make womenbill

the prevention of drunken driving on our
Stars In 'Zapata' Clearwater His wife r mainei!
highways, and to protect our children from | here for a longer visit.

drunken and reckless drivers. j I Coming To Florida Mrs. Louie Dempsey i i.a pat lt'u'

I,' at Riverside Ho>pital, Jack II \'llh home A shop
w. I am married and have three children I A fiery page from the turbulent We wi>h her a speedy recovery. L &av #f

I and am an active member of the Baptist history of Mexico is brought to
the screen in "Viva Zapata!". A AAAAAAAA s
-V I Church. !I showing at the Florida Theatre I

,'' : I It i is my sincere desire to help make Brad Sunday and Monday. PINE LEVELBy iAVi HOME APPLIANCES

t ) I It is the saga of a semi-educated .
:Mrs.! II.1. McUae1yyyyyyyvlyyyyyTyyvyyyy
ford County a safe and cleaner place '. peasant who fought brilliantly as

d 1 which to I live and raise our children. !|, an ally of Pancho Villa to end thetyrannical
? 'II
i I. 34-year reign of the
I Rev. W E Hall filled his regular -

dictator-president, Diaz. The story appointment at Pine Leve!

I In The Interest Of>f Capable, Efficient, Enforcement :1 days follows as Zapata's an outlaw coreer through from his his Baptist in Sunday ehurch school Sunday and two with candi 218 i

violent battles for "land and liber- dates for baptism at the eveningservice.
; ty" to his triumphant meeting jORGE

Of The Law, Please VOTE For DB. (Dick) i j with Villa and his ultimate be. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were ( N1W

tiayal and death in 1919. !! visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bishop

I Marlon Brando, already enjoy-':, Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow -

THOMAS On Tuesday, May 27, 1 1952.Paid :i ing peak popularity as a result I Thomas: and families at Brook- 0
: of his performance in "Streetcar er Sunday. REFRIGERATOR
Named Desire", shows dramatic
I Mrs. E. A. Mitchell who has
form as Zapata, the .
Mexican revolutionary -
( Pol. Adv.) who spent several weeks here with heij pR
wrested his home
j: brother-in-law and :MSter. Rev. and
land from tryanny and ignorance
l' .: 1 1 Mrs W. E Hall, is visiting Rev
and instilled in the hearts of his I
I L- and Mrs!' J Murrhee at Hilliard
: people the love and respect for

freedom and education which
I be bred only by democracy. Jean o uu mu.I .
Coke follows
thirst Peters a.'. plays the role "f Zapata'sss 1. __

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everywhere AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGRAHAM 1 1Ir" 1n : FRIGIDAIREMade only by General i N C C C 4 [

y :\ Ilnnnip :McKlnnevAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I :Mctors Corp. All other L __J .4

Electric Refrigerators are _

made by other companiesand I

-. \'. Bobbie (Collins of t h.. Ar I cannot use the word '

w r ? Baptist!' churchvll: fill: tie Frigidaire.

1 .1 in !he absence of H"Sunday '\'
p .. .
< *
J Want -1 GenuineFRIGIDAIRE i
I' .
and IrsY. B. John-on of
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were overnight guestof ? ? ,
ex, I
ind Mrs. John McKinney Saty. .
Frid"hi: I
:; guests werev
k a : -II In --' Parrish an

'!kt. S.a ( y and children E. H. SMITH
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!1' .. k Hme an'.! Tenth and: Temple A\f. \L

'i c.ii-olina, haw
H? a a 4\ ii Starke. I Fla. I
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a --i -- + fi a _-
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7 n,
:V MS)ell.Mr 5
and Mrs. W. B. Johi.-! S ,

.ind Mrs. John McKn': :. I"

..J ? !ir-fn were dinner gu- '" 1
N\ \ and Mrs. V. L. MiK:: : 'j) ,

_...,.a :... ... .. K-i-ville! Sunday. 7! MORE SPACE. MORE (ON VENiENtdi'a
J. liver{
I '
nnie Hines and his: :l'
0'(1/4 .FOR LESS MONEY !
1.1; Lizzie Hines. were s'Ind'u" :

'< 'I: ::\1"t P' !1\1 I I lCt.. v v111Kn Irtlme l
nM c Cross-top Freezer plus Chill Tray-

Sp'' m-' (o PottL\lt\ ht gUllL EArf t space for 45 Ibs. of frozen foods!

1 ( 9S Room for a case of bottles!
.from a haunted forest t A

I toS81 gas. 1 J.t 7' Large Crisper keeps fruits, vegetables
; save it i on WESTVALE. A sprig of greens from crisp!
an enchanted forest-a queenly
band of gold-on Syracuse's new eat Satin-finish, rust-proofed shelves!
.. .. PAUL REVERE shape Jdeal in any aYmum
: setting-and passes the test of tree down P Seamless porcelain interior wit/i:
'.' \\ \ Vith its amazing economy of >:p ; china. Hold a plate to the light and inlet
eon r : 0. JO) mile- on a gallon: -your : see the shadow of your hand< after m 1RPOE'IGER OptORN stunning gold-tone trim!

\\\\4 : henry J can save you more than : I through it. \ Hermetically sealed
: 300 gallons of the :
\c hen drew'ulr; Items: to drive you, .: &aerasc car-evfry pas over year. That's ,: you 5 year Protection Plan!

real pennya-miie economy!
pause at the familiar red cooler. / R
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F9349 i 9 .
Complete refreshment follows a frosty Coke, : r

5 I See your Kaucr-Frazer dealer today : YOU WOM1INOW WHAT TOU'IE MISSING

"I get around a lot-and I know. i : : ROBERTS GAY'S HOME APPLIANCES If YOU bONl SU


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SOCIE1Tila : It

Muoty, Editor .


i. i Miss Katie Mitchell r y

.. .<<'.'," Weds Milo Smith c

rtt I In Tabernacle
Z f b '- .
1 ? {, _
\ "-\ I A wedding of beaut\ ,mil 'im _

4 .. I plicity was solemnized in the

I' Gospel Tabernacle Friday night

May 16 at 7:15: o'clockhen :Miss r, r

I Katie Mitchell daughter ''It :Mr

I and Mrs Dale Mitchell, became

e 'I the bride of Milo Richard Smith, :

formerly \Voo-ter.. Ohio, son of

Mrs. K R Thompson. Tht cere !"tCOXD'E.U IIOMKM4KKKS: : -

_, .. ;, '+44 k. I G mon HemmgaThe was performed. by RvI I I. BHS Homemakers 'e a. they model| | handmade ,.loiht ae*. in pi.turr.1aho annwFa >

I r altar of the church Model Own DressesIn >hion !ShowCleft( to right .lov-phm{ I t hattW.

I decorated \\a- Mary Al>ri Cro.hy. !Shirley M k Kar. .\l I't' 'KicUtisii.loann
with potted plants and Fashion Show
:Norman. I.uerne limits, Platen| ,'
:ut flo\vei > in pink and white arranged / 1,1I.lnn
.. ,, (.itTdldlllp ( rifll", 1.11t'11i. Hill vKllt' >| x ,. .
in tall baskets and low Tile stage in the I'SO : av ? ?
\ y.r KellI'eggj Hinsoii Mari .. .
bowl KTht torium watransformed i '< .a ktnPhut

j 1 Y. i :h., ulitional t wedding marches lovely outdoor gardt! >n 1 lit i-t K: :u". Hullinglon Audio r'i

( ) \\e .. used and wedding song night when the Future H..> 'm

Wdh MX prior to the ceremony.Tht makers Club and !'tudentiroded

brud.a titian blonde, wabei in Homemaking slag".r R..an ,

omuisly gowned in powder ford High School staged loin)

blue geol g..tte. ankle I length, over fashion show, mdt'hnsse i
blue taffeta and wore a half- they had made as c'la-- pt \e-\ "
'Sadie Hawkins' 1 I KEY: TO PHOTOGRAPHS ABOVE 'I' it own of white tulle with pink Potted plants and Mow arrangements "

I.I Top left: Seated at the head table were II to r> Mrs Lex Green, a paitI : rosebuds For her traveling; from tht )hrii, i iKnig ,
Is ThemeOf
Clever president; Mrs C, H Nasworthy, incoming president: Mrs W R. suit she wore shell pink gabardine flower garden weie i I-d; ( m 'mn I S

May Breakfast :'I Morse, immediate past president;; ; Mrs Wm E Dowling, president I with nan blue accessories. I ing the attractive -I't t nut, .?. m

Junior Woman's Club; standing past presidents MI s. A. Z. Ad- I After a sho'rt wedding trip the'thoIodt'ls entered l i ;ni
The May Breakfast a highlight', kins, Mrs. E. K Perryman Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs H. C. Hitch, Mrs couple will reside in Staike at through a picturesqueln: "'o < ;

of the Starke Woman's Club's 1 1I I \V E. Middleton Mrs. K. G Duncan, Mrs J. H. Ritch. I the Thornquest apart rn.iits. twined with rambling 1.' ->< a ct '

social season, and the installationof I Top right: One of the gaily decorated tables at which guests \\eie I The show was plrfiuu-d ono t:
officers, held Wednesday noon I I staged by members ot t tht .e. and v _::?
seated. Lower left: servers and ushers, dressed in eve-catching Sadie I Miss Louise Stern 1 :9S E
last week to close :
of brought a Homemaking la.s.sevnh
Hawkins costumes (kneeling, 1 to r) Lu Green Lucille Hall Doris
the regular meetings until Sep To Present Pupils the main committee composed 'It '
Parker. Standing ((1 to r) Marion Henderson Geraldine Carter, Flor- i
tember. Janice Dansbx. chairman, Alir
ence Brown, Margaret Rose Duncan, Louise Adkins. Thursday NightThe tIN
Reddish and Shirley MtRa> Tht
Hawkins theme
The Sadie
was Lower right: A group of "local yokeK" who supplied toe-tickling Homemaking Department at BHS

uniquely carried out in the cos- mountain tunes for the May Breakfast ((1 to r\\ Arlie McRae. guitar; piano pupils of Miss Louis of
is in charge Madge Whigham J
Stern will be in recital
Palmer Jolley, bass fiddle; Delano Thomas, piano: Bobby Cicws, presented McDonald. ---------------
Thursday night May 29. at 7:30
vocalist; Earl Norman, guitar; and Ed Parker bass tub. : o'clock in the USO auditorium.I]i Serving as usherettes during th GAKIIKN: SCENK "waitrevis ..... Barbara M<'( oml, :MAKING A rKTCHING: : PICTIKE under the

PARK I -PolaroId 1-Minute Photo by the Telegraph ____ I The public is cordially invited. i:I evening were Lucille Hall, Betty shown si-rung a cooling driii Ik to Janice Ian.hy, trellis are ,d to rt Peggy Hinson. La\0niu

f i iI Those on the :, Durbin Peggy Hinson, and Sylvia Judy ('a..t")', and Lucille Hall. Duncan and' Sjhia May.
w TARKE FLA. tumes of the ushers, waitresses H Hitch who was president: of appearing pro-

and those appearing on the program I I the club from 1921 to 1926, installed gram will be: Franklin Starling May. ,
Introductions and announce- Starke-Waldo OES Legion Mr- Bessie Green of Lit "
The U-shaped table, where the following officers: Jimmy Smith, Barbara Anne Auxiliary ,
Fri., Sat. May 23, 24 I I i meats were made by Laverne was a IUnt'heontlt'"t:: of M r' "
a delicious luncheon was served by president Mis C. H. Nasworthy Blanken: hip. Mary Ann Long, i Plan Joint Banquet Plans SaleThe
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE ', ] Hodges president of the Future L. Andrews Thursday.
the Methodist women, further I first \ice-president. Mrs. J. W.I Maikle>ann Johns, Stephen Simmons 'j I II, Homemakers Club.Background .
Along The second'icepreSldellt'' Anne Matthews Mary Lou Mrs Helen Then-. Worthy Giand!
carried out the theme with arrangements (j Kincaid I American Legion Auxiliary' { -
music was furnished
GREAT DIVIDEKirk of black-eyed susan: Mrs. R. F. Young; third vice. I Edwards, Harriet Powell Linda: Matron of Florida of the Order of nit'i Tuesday evening in the Legior

placed at intervals. At each place 'president, Mrs. T. Frank Landtum i I Hildebran. Kay Hart Jimmy by Julia Lawson pianist the Eastern Star will pay her official Hall for the regular monthly meeting ,IF. 0 R S-A-L-E II
Douglas, Virginia Mayo and the Glee Club Trio made up .
setting were Daisy :Mae dolls a? fourth \ice-piesident. MiJ, A. ,, Lawson, Ann Bunch. Frances: visit at the combined meetings with Mrs I. E. Clark, Pre
ANDRoom of Aliese Lawson, Patsy Benton, I
favors. Near the stage was a Griffin, secretary, Mrs F. J. Pel- !I i Landrum Bill Green. Betty Ann and Joan of Starke and Waldo Chapters ident. presiding Squares aluminum

beautiful live magnolia tree com lum treasurer Miss Dorothy Ross: Simmons, Gary Hildebran Caro- Tenly Monday evening, May 26, Poppy Day sales were discusser roofing.

For One plete with its large white blos- corresponding secretary, Mrs.( L. lyn Vickers Billy Alderman,I'i Janice Skit characters Dan-bj, buyers were: Hostess.Carolyr beginning with a banquet in the which will be held Saturday along; 2 shallow well pump

soms. Centering the mantel in F. Dinkins; .and librarian Mrs H I Linda Hackett. Bob Smith. Linda Methodist Educational Building Call street with he'.dquarters i ir

More the reception room was a lovely I I H. Young. Kay Sale. Eddie Hartmann, Barbara Edward Laverne Hodges Ruth at G:30: p,m. The Official Visit front of Ducky's Mrs A. Y 1 13-qt. Canner (pre. 'iUre )II
Lee: Phoebe Green and Marcia
I fan-shaped arrangement of gold the luncheon Sadie Sue Biggs David Canova, will be held in the Woman's, Clut Covington is chairman of 1 the cooker)
During ,
I I Kay Hazen.; maids Baibara Mct -
Gary Grant, Betsy Drake calendulas and of Mary Katherine Wainwright at 8 o'clock Any members wishing Poppy sale 1 Ironer I
| purple larkspur. : Hawkins cook books composed: (bulb, and Marion Henderson. | I :i
Plus Cartoon and Serial Seated at the head of the table I recipes contributed by members of Mitry Agnes Matthews Penny to attend the banquet please;; The auxiliary made plans t. {I

: I was Mrs. William R. Morse, retiring the club were sold and anyone not Hollmg-worth George Patten, t' make reservation with Mrs Louise send Carolyn! Kelly of Brooker tc 1 portable Washer

Sun., Mon. May 25, 26 i president of the club, Mrs receiving a copy may obtain on Shi Anne Smith Betty Jo Starling Woodman Circle Kite today attend Girls State in Tallaha.s-.et THrJiS11: Sizes

('. H, Nasworthy incoming pres. dress shop while they Vida Jean Gentry, Lu Green, Will Meet i i from June 27 !
at Leila's Tuesday to July 3.
Flame Or Araby ident Mrs.V.. E. Dowling pres- last. Eloise Dobbs Bexeily Jo Crosby,( PresbyterianVomen R.'fre"hnwnt'pre IAW.'TEn: TO WORK
| Jean served dm
Carol Ann Pickett,
ident of the Junior Woman's ,
Club Break I Members of the Supreme F)1"c.t
IN TECILVICOLOR and the past presidents of the Serving as ushers at the Margaret Mundy, T J, Alderman! Jr., Nancy Woodman Circle will hold tneir To Meet TuesdayThe log the shot t social' hour Whatnot StoreII

Maureen U'llara. Jeff Chandler club. I: fa-t were Lou Green. DuPj-e JoAnn Smith, Joyce : .
the W. 0.V.
Also Cartoon and News I Rose Duncan, and Florence Brown. Scholl Sandra Johns, Martha regular meeting in executive board of th Woman'sHub building
II During the luncheon a delightful Hall 27 at
I Tuesday night. May
,:.Waitresses were Marion Hender Landrum Gail Duke, Florenc': Women of the Presbyterian Church Membeis of t the suiior (huh Around the Corner on
| floor show the direction ; ai'! II
8 o'clock. All members urged
Ad ( are
: I Louise
Tues. I I Geraldine Carter will meet at o'clock Tuesday
May 27 ONLY i son Brown. 7:30: coidialh( Temple.
iiuittt! I. '
of Mrs. Ruth Parker was Don to attend for a Drill Team prac i !ittt mi
THE I kim Lucille Hall evening in the Sunday: Whllll'< <
presented. Mrs. Parker accom Lil Abner I tire for the District Convention .
r Parker. Appearing building The genital nuetingwill
Olivier, Leslie Howard panied at the piano.. Carol Anr.i'|'! and fishing off the stage wars Miss Houpt To Wed I This men ing will end a contest < reveryone follow at 8 o'cllI'k. i

1'lus Cartoon and News Pickett, who sang a lovely invocation -'I i is urged to be presentand I ,
h '
little Bill I Mr. Strickland Mrs. C CVvnn m
followed by the trio Joan i! social by I
Mrs J.V.. Kincaid, chairman M enjoy a party given charge of the Bible study Ind i \11' SAVE MONEY BUY GIANT SIZES
Wed., Thur. 28 29 -
May Tenly. soprano. Patsy Benton, In Daytona Sunday the side Mrs Mae ,
UK! DOUBLE FEATURE second soprano and Aliese Lawson i!I! the social committee, arranged thr i losing JaUdon.1 J. R. Kite in charge ot 111 !"u "
and assisted chairman. will have charge A film on ritillma'i t i"'I.> 1
I'i'delightful affair was (, I gram. At
alto who sang "I Got Plenty Ali--s Barbara Jean: Houpt! I
of the Executive legp will be shown .\ -1"" '( i I.d oi
In Arms of Nothing", Appearing next ori!I I by members daughter of Dr. and Mr-" Calvin party.IllasonsWIll. j DUCKY'SHALO
Up hoot)
hostesses.Kindergarten. fering for the Sunday -t t"\
the program was a hill-billy band Board as i Houpt. will become the bride of, tention and Stillman11',\ <' u .1 i :

IN TECHNICOLOR I composed of Palmer Jolley Delam Sgt. 1-c Vernice Whitney Strick Meet be taken. ?
Thomas. Bobby Crews, Edward Grads land. Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs V. '
Danny Kaje and !Dinah Shore I To Plan CeremonyA All women of thhinh' m
II Parker, Alley McRae and Ear' |'I \V. Strickland. Sr. of Daytonij > Shampoo, Giant Size 89c
-A\D- I urged to attend.
Norman who played the piano ,i (Graduation exercises for the ,j: Beach Sunday afternoon lay 2.1.: regular ('ol11l.unication ff : I ISH.I: ;llic; I t
Hunt The Man Down I bass fiddle, guitars and harmonicaand s.hool kiiid<'in.n.: ten will be hold l lat 3:30: o'clock in the afternoon I

Gig Young Carla Balenda a weird instrument made of \\" VulnfsdaM.: ->s, at Soilotk) j I I in the First Methodist Church,i Bradford.Lodgeo.. 35 F & A MJ, Jr. Club Plans VETO Spray Deodorant, Giant Size 5geS.'I
I will be held Monday, May 26. at
Plus Daytona
News a wash tub, rope and baseball bat The publii\ IS 11I111LIII( united tl( (: Tea For GraduatesThe ( : k) !1us Tax
A reception will immediatelyfollow h p m The Entered Apprentice
Following the luncheon Mrs J ..ilteiulfYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY I
the wedding -i oniony at Deg I iee v.'ill be conferred! Plan Junior Woman'tub! ,tt' Vaseline Hair Tonic Giant Size 79cl.

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&.A..A. & & & & A A . . .. for the groundbreaking picnic! nual tea honoring the HHt'n1I1: : ; .\ ,
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: be completed at that time Membois j inlainl] their n friends of the
couple are in
Suggestionsfor : \ .*.t il i" .ittt'nil. .IT* HIM: to att..nd :"Mi.t 7:J\ II Tl\II-day; aft moon, 'M IIY Cashmere Bouquet Talc, Giant Size 43c

.. \ "as .in i \\, 1, "'iho a'! !ion: unii ti' s\ i, dock ;.n !'in' (S\\E -1(') Him Tx

ROBBIN Of Mrs. Davis
Pupils -
.4 Colgate Brushless Shave Crm, Giant sz. 47c
Heard In Recital r
I rI (SA\K Me)
Graduates M ,
: :i :MiKllen" :M Davis pnen'ct! rU-r
SENTIMENT'S SAKE Colgate Lather Shave
?11I I FOR Crm., Giant sz. 53c
piann pupils! in a recital ThurI !' 1
III'' day \fiinR of lat week at th< r (SAVE 17r)
Ladies 100r X ylott SPEC I AL : : D<\t\"i1- home \
'4 Colgate Ammoniated Tooth
j I .\lti.iitiarrangements "f Pdr. G-sz. 47c

Ladies Queen \nn-- lace, tokes-a and. (Sty: il')
7 PANTIES 100ijhn, .i I,, calendula wue used in deeorati -t; 0 l(

Ci '. Cit III i: Th girl participating in Vaseline Wht. Petroleum Jelly, G-sz. 25c

BRASFormerly i the i te.Jul I wore evening dresses! iv (SAVE '
C4 )
/ c i .i I Thi.s.e caking part in the routal : 6 9.i.

tt Y 98 1.0** .4.4 were: Kathleen Conway ; JJenfu ? Colgate Dental Cream, Giant Size 6.5

.4, .ht1ll1oil'\ Darrell Edwards j (S\VK lie)

Now ., CliAilenHard! Barbara Jean

Y $1.00 M I N'orin.ui.\ Sylvia Paul Faye Lustre-Creme 4
o oz. jar, G-sz. $1ISn
Paulk Glenda Underhill
4 .4 Kathryr E[
*__v ... in IAATIt.HWEI. ; SOr)
j Kelh Hubert Kelly and Wayne

Just Received' Large Shipment ONE GROUP t : i I Kmnl'I .\'. __ Veto Cream Deodorant, Giant Size 59c

; ,! Refreshments were served after
; (SAW: I2r) Plus
j KAKIIIZON : the recital by the hostess. Those I
3I i assl..tmgher were Mrs. J, R. Kel- ELGIN has tile DarcPewer .
t5L. I OIly Maimpring.I161N Vaseline Cream Hair Tonic Giant 57c
5235 SI50 sz. -
lvIr': Dave Paulk and Mrs
.. SLIPS I ) "mlllt.. it will serer, mr break! ,
I I I John :Mi\on (SV\K.V) Plus Tac
it.i ,. $1.00MANY ""- I mt.InBubM I i
SIZES RANGE = i Andrews Palmolive Brushless Shave Cream G-sz. 47c

9-15 12.20 38-34 ..4. i i Tommy Complete Line ot Fine Elgins (SAVE He)

rf 22 ].2 24 ].2 OTHER GIFTS .. i Has Birthday PartyLittle

Y In Nylon & Crepe NOT LISTED j4,4 III Tommy Andrew* washp..t $33.75 to $300 Palmolive Lather Shave Cream, G-sz. 53c

-. (SAVE lie)
r at a party to his first grade .
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.WE GIFT WRAP' FREE OF CHARGE 3 I i class on thp anniversary of his Palmolive After-Shave Lotion
G-sz. 59c
I seventh birthday last Friday after.I OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM IN -

4 C.C' j noon. The party was held in theI Bulovas Hamilton and Wadsuorth .;' (S.\VEUr) Plu. Tax
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? I classroom during the last period.

.4 EXTRA ALLLadies .C4 I 1' The youngsters played games from $79.95 up I, Colgate Tooth Powder Giant sz. 43c

after which they were served birthday SAVE: 7c)
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HATS cake and ice cream They

SPECIAL C i M j were given multicolored balloonsas Only Authorized Distributor of Above {Watches f Cashmere Bouquet Lotion. Giant sz. 43c

J- q favors (SAVE 7r) Plus Tax

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j Assisting Tommy's mother. Mrs.
CLEARANCE .l\t\ $2-00 .4
Ci j Guy Andrews in caring for the .
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Mr. and Mrs. A F. Sauls are I Mrs. D. J. Clark returned to her!I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmonsare I Mrs. Shellie Hall and daughter Mr and Mrs \\'. R I i
spending this week with Mrs home in Tampa Wednesday after, spending this week in Miami Sharon Miss Elizabeth Crawford.Mrs. last Friday for Fancy : ;, MrHazel Cone of Ocala visited Mrs Carl Hunter and Mr :N

S uls' daughter Mrs Louise Wain- spending ten days with Mrs. attending the druggist convention Carolyn Redgrave, Mrs. M. to'l! lt the home they 1purchaed 1 'i' r er sister-in-law Mrs Susan Andrew :Dankel visited Mrs Dankei -

wright, in Hollywood, Fla. Henrietta Hunt. and visiting relatives. C. Wells and Mrs Charlie Parker there. Thev : s.on Sunday. trr. Mr>-. Julia Schles.nj;< '
J. Maxie Dell, Sr. of Gainesvillewas Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mann and Mrs. Effie Johns and Mrs Wes : were shopping in Jacksonville return to Starke today. I' 1 i| Mrv Ethel Newsome and daughters Daytona Beach TuesdayDr.

the weekend guest of Sen children of Jacksonville were Sun ley Andrews spent Monday n I Saturday.Mr. Miss Margaret Rose' I t, Mary and Joyce of Gainer and Mrs. M B. Heri<>ni; t'!.
and Mrs. Charley E. Johns. i day afternoon guests of Mr. and Gainesville. and Mrs. C. R. Moore and participated i 'ille were weekend guests of the their houseguest, Mrs. Man F.
iI in the recital ;Jesse Newsome
The granddaughter of Mr. and I I Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Mrs. K. W. Witt and son, Davey sons of Archer were Sunday guest evening at the ': ; wards of Jacksonville. arc -jvn.<
Friday [ ,1 Rev and Mrs. Neil
Mrs. Maxie Carter, little Martelle1 I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had have arrived from their home ir of Mrs.V.. D. Moore and Mrs. T. in Jacksonville : Armstrong ing several days thisv. ckLeesburg
at which ,, t and Rev and Mrs. Phil Nelson
Faulk of Jacksonville underwent as guests Sunday, Mrs. L. B. Dee': Columbia, Ohio for a month'svisit j ji I|I F. Brown of Hampton. Crosland of visiting relatives ai.d i r,
presented his 1 High Point. N C.
a tonsilectomy in St. Vincent's I I and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dees i; with Mrs Pate Gassett. Mr.j| Mrs. Josephine Thane returned were overnight tending the watermelon fe-tna!
high school
Hospital on Monday. I I and children of Mayo, Mrs. C. D Witt will join his family here later. Saturday to her home in Passaic, '' ing from pupils. Those I ,guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Mrs H. H. Adams left by pi.in! '
Starke were :\ Jim Ritch at the State Farm.
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Sewell and'I j'Williams and Mrs. D. J. Clark of Mrs. E. J. Nix, Jr. of Nashville, N. J. after spending several month,, Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs Frank Studtill of Thursday for Memphis Tenn! t
Lakeland. Ga
daughter, Pam Miss Johnnie Ben : Tampa and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt Tenn. was visiting her parents :: with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hart- ': Brown and ,who, spend a week visiting! her pa tentMr. t-
lof: Mr. and Mrs. daughter recently returned from Korea and Mrs. J II. MoseeVi! :
nett and Fate Brown drove tcl Starke. W. L. Andrews last mann. i ] I'Adams'
I i and Mrs. W. B. SewellMr !spent the weekend with his uncle
Tampa Monday where Mr. Sewell j j Mrs. Carl Wynn returned home 1 week. Mrs. Andrews' sister, Mrs i' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Co\\en ha<"! I, mother-in-law.; C.i,
and Mrs. i ind aimt. Mr and Mrs W J.
C. rie
fnten-d the Municipal hospital fora Friday after spending ten day:.j:' George Cottman of Orlando, spent i j as their weekend guests Mr. and'' j !Studstill. Adams of Jacksonvillecaring
leg operation. Mr. Sewell is expected I with her son who is a patient In.! the weekend with them. 1 1I I Mrs. G. H. Patterson and son, arepending this week <<: I'' for the Adams .hildt. '
the Veterans i I Mrs. Effie Johns from Friday I,, camp at Salt Springs.Mr. Mr Mrs Hamp Crawfordand during her absence.
to remain in the hospitalfor I Hospital Augusta spent Hubert of Weston Ga. ]
three eeks. i II I Ga. until Sunday as guest: of her I.!I Mrs. Henrietta Hunt had as din : and Mrs Robert j children of Tampa were Roy Turner was in Vahi">M.I! +r
<( Mr. and Mrs J. M Vickers and ; Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines hal son and daughter-in-law Mr. and;, ner guests Monday evening her and children Bobbie ; i :D. Reddish.Mrs. Thursday for a physical rh.n ku
daughters. Janice and Carolyn,I as guests last Saturday and Sun. Mrs. Freeman Johns in Lake j'! sisters Mrs C. D. Williams and >! Robbie, Jr. had a and also visiting her daiiKhtcr-
pent the weekend in Folkston. Ga. day. Dr. and Mrs. Leon M Latimerof Butler. Sunday she visited her I Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa, :\lr5:. Worthington Springs on !i M. C. Ford Jr. and children I Mrs. W. T. Brinson ail M-I
Visiting Mrs Vickers' mother, Mrs. Greenville S. C. and Rev. and sister Mrs. Carrie Smith in Bush- I I Irene Johns of Green Cove Spring ;i ij Mrs. W F. Godwin and j I i are spending several weeks James Reddish.
A. G. Gowen. Janice remained Mrs. Ollin J. Owens of Winn"boro. i 1 nell. I j and Mrs. L. D. Green of Starke. J. Chandler are visiting :\ : i at the Gray cottage on KingsleyLake. I Mrs. Calvin Ibnipt and! :M

with her grandmother for twc S. C. Dr. Latimer, president of I Mrs. T. C. Raines of Gainesville | Mrs. B. F. Haines of AltamontpSprings :, Mrs. H. Montgomery ;. \ : (I I11t" Barbara Houpt left Wedtu lt
weeks the South Carolina Baptist con- ,I and Mrs. Sam Anderson visited} arrived Thursday to spendten fin. Ga. for two weeks. Albert Lee and :Miss Eve-1! for Daytona Beach where tl',.
Merrill Edwards and children vention, preached at the Sunday j Mrs. Raines's sister, Mrs. J. L. days with her son, Rev. L. D. Mrs J. II. Fields and her : ;! lynn Newsome were in Jackson. i will stay in the ue-t hour. etItidgetvt' "I
the church on Anderson, Jr. in the Jacksonville; guests of last week, Mi volt shopping Thur- .IY ct la at
visited the Jacksonville; zoo on Sun' service Baptist Haines and family. : >d Hotel until! aitu 1 \1':
day. I Sunday. Naval Hospital on Saturday.fyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy hadas J. R. Powell of Newton. I week ,I bar- utddmg on Bandar

Sunday guests Mrs Hardy'? spent from Tuesday to | .,.
rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. parents, Mr. and, Mrs. O. W. Bar of last week in Cocoa "

. 4 ry of Brooker. I their sisters and brothers RE ELECT
DAY IN I DAY OUT/ Mr and Mrs Charlie Parker P. O Carpenter of Cocoa !
4 to Newton with the Po vcll
and Lyle Anderson visited Mrs. \

3 the Anderson Jacksonville and baby Naval daughter Hospitalon in visit::\Ir!-. A. C. Durden and! : ;

more good food for7your Sunday. \V. Kmcaid: are spending I
W. S. Merntt of Miami was the in Tampa with the C (' WILSON

mie-t of Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. F. D. Key spent SUllc1<1\ ; !
Johns last Thursday and Friday. ka visiting friends and ro
At tt.ndingthe: Armed FOrce! air and Mrs Joe : '
food I nay at Patrick Air Force Base irCocoa guests of Dr. and :Mi-r I

dollarl on Sunday were Pat Bower Brownlee at Kingsley Lake ''!: I (, !(O.oi: ..TTEthe Legislature required only that the

and Miss Miriam Hornsby in which day. (IS. AND: 100' County Commissioners provided pound and
Miss Hornsby's brother, PFC EdWin : Mr andlirs. J. L. A ud l i I OF HRAD- tran poriatipn
atA&P L. Hornsby took part. PFC Tullahoma Tenn are vi- ;

Hornfby: returned home with the Andrews' mother, Mrs Su He has provided better roads and parking:
couple for a five day leave.Mrs. drcws this i / his first term
1 meek and also facilities for Churches and has I
1 helped I.inevery
Dressed Drawn Frozen C. M. Turney of Jacksonville relatives further South and the respect
Quick Baking way.
I formerly of State Farm, state. he has earned

spent<< a few days this week withMr / Friend Mi-. Titu- ()!: !' HE GIVES HIS PERSONAL ATTENTION
I and Mrs J R. Kite. .. .. -
regret tc ht .irlie \ ,1-: TO ROAD
HENS lb.45c I Mr and Mrs. Donald 'onner Mounds. III'edn.. --da\ : [ TO GET; LIVES ON A COUNTY GRADED ROAD,
are returning today from Buffalo. week by the death 01 hei He is a long time resident of District i 3
N Y. where they spent a week Roy Wanura Sh expect-
and knows and will serve its needs.
Prices in this ad effective
visiting relatives. turn next week request for a

thru Saturday, -- :3 and it is HE STANDS FOR A CLEAN :MORAL
May 24th.Golden.

t Shore : impounding/ BOW AND SCRAPE TO EVIL INFLU

SHRIMPRight Ready to Fry 8 Oz. Pkg. 39C; I job and ENCES.

the hard first term, and has laid (groundwork
Dedicated To Community; Service -
-Moxies Are Better Than Eter" earning the respect of the Hoard with which he

Super Sat. ONE DAY ONLY Tues., ttecl. May a knowledge of county finances and county affairs.

Branded Lb. 15CI < DOUBLE FEATURE }\ there is a lot that needs doing ill this listrict
4 r 'r with your help he is better equipped to do it.

Firm Ripe Lb. a VOTE for IRA WILSON For


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"Kit Carson" SerialMRS.

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Ige pkg This \udreKainrnaUer" | district .
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: itj \''\ II00J.litJIJ. Delegation, all but I of whom ha.. hero
C Daily 4 ir 1'QU ri.M) AOIK X\ME: ro.Nn\Lii: : IN Tin: KL\ .. Air cas.and eleetted since Ialthoppclnf'nt lift t ""-
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> 4 BLANDING has seniority rights if his ''II.,,
i 4 thin us M"n'iC' is interrupted.
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4 Fri., Sat. May3:}. :! 1 I1HE 1A 1I Mon.. Tues Ma day
t > (He stated thh : rurlit on inflatJon.

.p. : '(. City, Coluni- Adequate defense measure
Pure jI ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S : ) 'Nnv industry for the 8th DlMrk-t.

t 1I. I i \."r 65 a (M-nsion Stronger laws against/ he CommuniMs
gal 33" BLEACH Strangers / Fair labor legislation.Tensions .
LARD 89C l I Mart Or rtI.GIRIANCN AUNCE I d(,.I.. (There are
AND A WJUINC Bvo*ncnwc J I 1 in the I*. ..,..) for the nerdy based on cost nht' '
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Cartoon "We're On'Our 11'ay t: : : TASKS. fishing, paper and other ola.tarn.
Plu. ( artoon "Pop IV
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28c 3E To Rio" ( ) nrui.VG; 'HIS hospital faci
,i Silverdust, Ige pkg Mode' : >;: lities.Disaliility,

:MRS.V.. I.. ANDREWS rf-nsionn for teterant .
4 .. of othfr Con
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Regular 4 MRS. E. A.l Telephones and electric power for our rural)
Octagon Ldry Soap, 3 bars 21c Dexo SHORTENING ,4 Sun., May 25 ONLY legislation BIT: 8rf'a1i.

E >' 6 I'uMio I>au". Development of portA, rivers! parks and
WeThur.! May ;! !
Rinso with Solium, 1ge pkg 27c '4 I 'ling one to pro- tJftrR'P canaN.Private' .
E enterprise and the Americanof kilt,
13c Ih. C 4 roll calls during Ufe.HE .
Dial Soap, reg 3 11 3-
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Soap 2 bars 23c 31 ; mpulorj- F. l:. I' C.
i : ; IN CO GnESS? C nsolidation, of power In Washington.

S i Bath BarsCashmere .- -\ 4p 4 4 liifflUMJOSTARKB i the remainder of Any attempt" to take away from the IIts .. S.

2 bars 23c sovereign power.
Bouquet, 1S I
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E Cracker Jack, 3 pkgs. 13c 11IfI Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. 4 4 Billy Matthews Man of IntegrityPaid

30c Entire Contents Copyrighted, 1950 4 Plus Cartoon "Who's -
Vel or Fab, 1 Ige pkg Cooking Plus Cartoon "Hold Lion ( Pol.Adv.)
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..TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYY'IHAMPTON rf 01- y as Joy's milk though).
painful fall at the Road.-id-: i .
L Lj. r and Sam decided he'd se-

.,-t'hpn we thought that could lean over the fer <. .
t had settled down, .
we saw dump corn into the trout-i :
By : \ mg to walk over one of our the bogs got there. H .1'

I Sam got tired of replacing too far. and fell headfirst ,.,.
-; .> k on her yoke so he rej;j trough. That is what .q
Al Troester visited friends here < .
} \ nth ,1 pi; 'cef'i- )I' -feet! call throwing \outselt .p.
:Monday night. He was enroute tc V 1 "I"J ,'1, v -k
his home in Delaware, after at- !' -4 dt'' v, 1 "

tending a convention in Miami I j.I ( a I

Mrs Dora Munson left Satur- 'I 4 k4 r

day for a two weeks vacation tf + Let Us Thoroughly

with relatives in New York State _._ .
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Mrs. Eva Runge of r '
spent Sunday here with her o..t.!' ? w 9 Pounds

: sister Little Mrs.Maribeth H. B. Wiggins.Singleton of :t", ,,:, .low 1 asl9 9'aYleek I I For 40c!

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this -
Ft. Myers, is spending FREE Bleach: If Desired:

with her grandmother, Mrs NitaJohnson. ..
; f : Temple wee :tAJ 1.:.
t i'.Y Jr, :
Miss Florence Gnann of Therespa .
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has been an overnight guest of .
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her cousin, :Miss Sylivia May. Both A \ ,""I' We Will
young ladies are members of Brads I_ r. ,t':, :" ,,:T. : \ I :
I Dry Your Clothes
frod High graduating class. -J-spe' :caF. gtrurr' '

Mr. and Mrs M. L. Wattersonand .' 1 3 For 20cIn
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..... Mr. and Mrs. D.V. McMa- I New Automatic Drtcrel

hone returned home Monday froma .
week's visit with relatives in Ft.
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Myers >W :
Martha Sue Brookins entertained Io- h u a: tM -
r t ,/ / 6 TheYasheteria\
her friend, Err.ojean Hall of .

Theressa last Friday night and r-IL- -: % t '. _j 1
they attended the 7th and 6th .
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saveS50 on( service I NEGRO SCHOOLS STAGE SUCCESSFUL FIELD DAYLower !"Y eAM r -- .-- ,,

The most successful Field Day ever staged by center: Th.- old (;ray Mai! ,nUII'le > ; I Ii .r

.. .. I the Negro Schools of Bradford County took place with bonnet, pulls anon- t'at ipt earl : H -h 'It.

when seven schools with a total] enrollmer.t of 647I laughing students. t._ e
, Your Henry J is designed with I I students participated in activities centering around x -
: fewer, less expensive parts for : f + f' r 'rt j jf
RJE. Highlight of the day was the colorful: parade Lower right: Beautifully decorated : ne
: quick and low-cosr service! : I
: Up to ISO less per yrar! No : which started at the courthouse about 1 p.m. and RJE Elementary School.
: wonder it has scores of : I proceeded down Call Street to Reno. The paradewas : }

: thousands of : led by the Band and Majorettes from Richardson Bottom, right: One of the many f1'1.I ,\mbits t tI

; satisfied =! ; High School in Lake City. entered by the various schools. This <>m. I u. from ,I I ; t

: F 1.1349Ste 1 1t Thurston Elementary and features such practical _
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: The story of the parade is told in the above student-made articles as: aprons, framed prints :
Kaiser Frazer dealer I Iwo'en 1Ls
today : W
pictures: baskets, wall placques. hooked i ug potholders
Top row (left) the Band swings down Call health broom, foot stools, and flow] 'i "'Ontainers. -

Street. f-

Top center: This float features school athletes s e ; ,

who are holding trophies. Arrangements for the day's events were under w

Top right: Officers of the RJE Student Coun- the direction of L. Anne Humes, Negro School & r .
cil and their float. Supervisor; Eddie Tompkins, principal of RJ1and .wdwa, t
Lower left: Visa: RJE" rides in the leading C. C. Anderson, president of the Negro Teache: s >

; float, seen as the parade lines up on Court St. County Association. .f'
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; VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFARMER'S ,!1 and put them in the freezer, and ': n''d' a ((110+ : '" I" n'arly( fi-- ri\mg nil! a natural pose!" "What life-like expression -

trt the non-laying hens were non-ear: r, wMI' :",f i I""L" ', .1.1 ..iil.l haft whit i ij n remind'-! t.( :'h- !" Such remarks
i. x;;:: ing and ready for Alice when sht pl'r'y 1 j>l "ni I hn'T.!: (i.' ;hc-\etttabltF; ]pin dust t in tilt hut
wanted to prepare a thicken din, 'l"i our l.oadlIklark't.. But and then added wat>'r 1'! show the difference
you true skill in posing
np-. i 11 the truth is that there is a great I took us an hour to clean it out
I / > DIARYHy e I II deal of work involved in making ;i again. lighting and toning can make. Come in today.
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.oyo ll So far WI' prefer the Whit" !a large number of small plantings S *

IIIANSuFfCIEN Sam :McGarveyThe i Holland breed of chickens to the1'!'I But it sure is a good way to learn, Still keeping our broccoli going I PORTRAITS 8x10 3.00

: ( CoVCRAtrE author \\ill be glad to rc- 4 4 X Hampshire: Reds. It seem I''as you have to change over the 1 by keeping it cut. Got to get somr SIX 3 x 5's 5.00Chris.
to us that they eat less, morel' tractor set-up frequently. the freezer.
COME forms of inadequate I relive items of Interest<< concerning lay i in
coverage can be seen in the : the actMtles of fanners in and are practically non-broody. ){ t S *

dark -others are less obvious \ Bradford County. :Suggestions may 4 whereas the Reds are quite inclined i Set out a row of eggplants and Bought a roll of plastic screen J. Newbern Studio

for example, those involving in : t be left at the Telegraph: office\ or 4 to be bioody. At the time of 1 pepper not long ago (and watered i for our new kitchen porch. Lake
mailed to Sam McGar\ey, Lautey, writing, we have about 20 broody, them by hand) We got a pretty 1|the plastic screening, because it SITTINGS

surance. t t hens out of a flock of 175. Maybe
To be really adequate, insurance 1 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGuess t this is normal for we certainly] 'putting a tablespoon: of fertilizer i ii not stain the building PHONE: 103: STAUKE, FLA.
on your house should cover I know little about chickens, but we'1 i around each plant and hoeing it S I

not only fire, but also damage we were jut about the right now we THINK that it will, 'Ida know that the broodiness i? in. Have to put out !some poison Alice has found a radish which -

from smoke,windstorm hail and I! last ones in the County to get field I work fine. For one thing we haw bred out of the White Holland i' bait as mole crickets are chewing she, thinks is fineScarlet Giant

other hazards. Adequate insurance corn planted. When we went t' to learn how to use it propt'ih.( I breed. Guess we'll go back to our', up t'.rythjng. Now we ell lots of radishes. CHOOSE THE

on personal property should I get seed corn, we couldn't find any original choice. i I i ,* .

cover luggage, fur coats, Jewels I flat Dixie IS. and could get only Picked our first beans of the ;i Fixed the tank sprayer again, Daisy has !settled flAwn I in h'r .

cameras, collections and other 15 Ibs. of round seed so we plantedour season recently a hamper of, We have successfully dried up (1 by replacing the plunger leather n< -urroundmps and M.ents tr

valuables. 7-acre right field with that, Surecrop Wax beans from a little our fine cow, Joy. and the old girl(, We have to keep the doggone thing' 1 1i like it here. We think that she i' ,

Fortunately there is and filled out the rest of the field row in the Kitchen Garden. Sold I j j is very busy now putting the fin II i ii in working order i awe use it for ;a fine: cow and are very pleat!
an easy wayto I with X(,rth Carolina 27 and Golden most of them Roadside
j I on our i ishing touches to her calf. We arc :so many different purpost- iSml": \\itn, her and her run milk (nut
certain your insurance |:|' Dent By waiting until last to get Market and almost hated to see feeding her but not merely ar'' AUTOMATIC

is complete and up-to-date. This I' planted we could not get the seed them go, as Sam sure loves a mess much as when she is milking Joy

agency is fully prepared to give I we wanted and we may be too late of wax beans conked with a little looks pretty good right now for n e ELECTRIC WATER HEATERWITH

expert advice concerning your in other ways to make a crop. It pork. But you have to sell something cow with a nail in her heart ir

vital insurance needs. ,Don't : seems that we are always late in you raise. or else you won't fact if she has. we're thinking t i End Canning Guesswork! MAGIC I

guess-consult us today 'getting everything done and that have a roof over your head. Sure : driving a few nails in our otln'' '

despite the fact that we do try tc crop is a new bean a medal win cows to improve th. iii.S DfAMWD-rrr, *

fl. C. Wall AgencyConstant be early. Anyhow we did get our ner, we believe. with positiveOnly
field corn planted.
Bad girt, oil i' (Comfort iIV, *- ( .,.d'her CONTROL
Had little ,
I II a celebration on most of the time (tsormtri: '
Service Over: j ji I I Net long after we had planted Alice's birthday in the form of a i! the call her names which are m '-' -I r

i 50 Years- i,! the field we wished that we had fine steak dinner at Phil and Garnet unflattering hen got out :a I;", I.,

used: fertilizer containing chlordane I Studer's Steak House. Enjoyed 'and this time we 1 think that: '-''> : : DOME ,

Please Phone 11G for the rows where we i. the evening very much, but a? got bred. If she did she d.d -,' ,j' 1

planted were badly riddled where I usual while we were away thinghaPIWtwd. ? 'then ripe old aje:; ot :23 nI'Hh-
Clarke, Fla.Television the pests had burrowed. Corn had This time it the ,
was an age at whit h malt a h< ::1 t i r /1': < \I
come up erratically and it looks a. i ii new calf. Petal, who slipped her already raised a falmly.'t dot. '
____, 1 11_____ I i though we'll have only a poor !j halter and wandered all over the know whose bull it waW< ;asks! i' G., BALL Jars < ,

"land. Put the rotary ho, mi the kitchen garden and front and be- Comfort, but she Anuldi' : t-11 corns with POME Lids
cutlivator frame and 11lbl.It :-> d! ''''Ir] IIl'ddingdown at the s-'t' J .
Tips"CHARLES" I half the f'ld .. 1'! the e Q'sue s co.'t
: i'i r 4 iii! '> barnyard. Cultna'ecl: the soit\ f' +it t i: :'

churns up the r.ua. .1, i.c l..... ,* f e beanse hay.in the: b) ;n\ ;k nand : : IT GIVES YOU:
Ii '! pmt :.ir-n'.t, : makes! \,.\:, lento Next 'n.: ciininir: pent "> l"t .. j I Vacation Setting
1 i I.' \ 'M: .', .' tile trying t.. tiume:: out huh thp(! hearts to see all the sk.I'' ,!n I'. -
for during
1 I' 1 I' gone: hiit.i r went back on th. I Held.! And not only th.i', bill absence.
any prolonged
''!! Petal !h t 1.\l twisted it '>
up cay "oine of the plan' look v.e.'k amt) Avoid inconvenient reheating -
; ; ', .. that Sam, d. Yankee that heouldn't : puny, and altogtthu<- utlot'k Is There Any of a tank of cold

i figure out how to put for our small) t rop ot 1 beans: i;, not water.
: '.,Il k on. Then he got the'
good. Selling
Security? Average to
t"ht:: idea of looking at the halt.I I give you plenty of hot water

Ifl BIG fj I E'Al5SOMETIMES I "'!! Daisy but found out that I I'e have not yet learnt to use t ,, for every normal need.Yourhotwaterrequirements.
I Mi+ :-\'. too, had lost hers. Like .
MEANSA disc hillers with our trat tur. ,
",.thor. like daughter as they are supplied automatically/'
SMALL MIND say.I we set them so that they just ,
Finally got the halter on Daisy, scratch up a little dirt then nothing : This is a questicn often'rcdsed end variv Extra Hot-forunuioally great
and was glad that we didn't have hotwaterrequirementiduringspring
happens. But if we set them
You rna dependon to go out and ask a neighbor how deep our plants get covered. Used! ously answered. Security largely rests in I cleaning, for example.

to do it. the disc hillers on a few rows of the mind and hands of the individual, I Temper this "extra hot"
every Lykes 4 I water with cold, and get
: t I tomatoes and did the job m in1 > But even then it is contingent upon the extra gallons of hot
food : Our berries are just about gone time at all, but then had to go all the
product... premise that each Individual be water from same
i now. We have some fruit a few over the rows and uncover a lot privilegedto die tank
11 Q1LA ashousewives Florida tti I blooms and lots and lot of grass of them by hand. Live and learn enjoy.as much security he Is willingto

J } I and wt't'd.'t pick from the field -well, we're learning, we guess. earn for himself through his own initic-
i have for ) and about 18'' '
of 10,000 plants get but sometimes we wonder if you d' tive.cnd
di nearly a half century!. quarts at a time and that is a lot I call it living industry.. ,
Yes roam fresh \\1 I I of work for the results. But se He must be free to save from those earnings ,
[i far this season we have taken in Have a long row of Crowder !
meats. smoked meats and to invest the savings as he
canned f i about $525 on our patch of berries, peas which are just sitting in the chooses. I S Hotpolnt Water Heaters give :-.ou
I s or meat i and while we know that that is row not doing a thing but looking I i n maing; Magic (.irclt:* Heat of presumed
\?,\ products you'll llI not good it is for us, and especially mad at the world. The plants I'I'I Cdlrod\ Units Fibregia>
We're ; always find in | in view of the weather, red' ;t'f I Insulation to keep water hot for three
awfully proud of our bu JBCM -I :,:.: tops seem stunted and we think the t, ; ,
bute not to have -* quality in I j spiders and other troubles. We trouble be root-knot. I ( 1 davj without reheating/ beautifulCalgloH
a bighead may
try >' tops taste berries going awhile A Government That Restricts the Earning: Power finish, remarkably easy to
I have to keep our
over it. Why not shop with i. goodness whenever I '
St you : yet, as we want to make I I end Income of Its Citizens Deprives the Individual keep shining new!
m! ; we big and mall items Lost another of Henrietta'
carry Ti: the label pig
see Lvkes !
_* t: i' some jam and put !some in the of Basic. God-Given Liberties! ./ Round or table models.
, to suit jour choice. I litter which leaves a total of sevenpigs

I ,: at all better dealers !i' freezer. j"I I to work on. The litter con $17 down

Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed \\ LYKES BROS., Inc Well our "old ladies" as we affectionately sists of all shapes, sizes, and Vse Your Bank Champion cf Your Liberties.
1i colors, to tell the truth we
*..It }. HorlJg ly flori/ilfll! I if I called our old White: I still like the Duroc hogs b. -t < f

l l'l Holland hens, are frozen stiff ir.:' all. Of course, what really: < i.un- ,( WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Y l' is the when /tKSC'1 f FLORIDA BANK
RADIO & TV i :''' ; tht freezer now. "Chicken Little, ,''will weight ; sold. iz at STARKEillfmosr
have to wait until we sell:
i "Aunt Vinie" and 27 others w'rEcartt'd

Sales and Sen'ice I : into Lawson's, where they!, them to see what happens. ) 7/oriJa I PHONE 166
I e e e 11aionagroup 222-221 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla.

Ph. 239 Starke I : \\eredressedanddrawn. Then al Planted a row of okra, and a 4eaat. fOR -
u IJ I > ; we had to do was wrap them uf I row of squash in the sedge grass;.lI I I j

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Godwin held high score at thi 4
STATE FARM meeting and her award was e 44
handkerchief. For bingo prize -
By Mrs. Bryan Whitfield Mrs. P. D. Fancher won a condiment .4 4

YYYYTY TTTYYTYTYTTTTTTT Mrs. set R. and P. Stubbing to her guest of Starke.player. i i Send Our National Guard Company 4

Conununity Club Meeting the hostess: presented a cover for 3

Tuesday of last week the regular hot rolls. I .. 4 4
meeting of the Community Club i Claude Johns Jr. and Kenneth ; 4
was held at the home of Mrs. P. D. !Johns, both of F. S. U.: Tallahassee I j 4 4
Fancher with Mrs. J. B. Godwin spent the weekend with their j 4
and Mrs. Dennis Fancher as cohost"es8es. -parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude i TO CAMP FULL STRENGTH 4 4 4
Specimen blossoms en Johns. Saturday supper guests of i
handed the beauty of the living the Johns were Misses Norma Jear j
room and adjoining sun-parlor. Kearney and Montie Hutchins and I j i ii
The brief business session: during. John Winslett, all of University j i
which matters pertaining to the of Florida, Gainesville I
organization's recessing for the Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North hadas I p.p. '
summer months were consummated their visitors froM Wednesday 1 ii
was directed by the President until Friday Mr. and Mrs H. G.
Mrs. H. J. Kucera. Im Davis Jr. and their son Greg of !I Recruiting Drive i
mediately thereafter the fluttering Tallahassee.Since I 4 4

of the proverbial Stork's wings early this mouth Mrs. w 4 4
was evidenced by the presentationof '. 4
Dave ( Gore and her youngdaughters
lovely gifts to Mrs. Lawrence Helen and Pam of n 4 4
Dugger. At the party hour toe Baker. La. have been visiting Mr i 4
there was an appropriate contest and Mrs. L.Y.. Murphy. Rel1ativrs I I Now Under 4 4
Marked by informality the courtesy from Ocala who recently I Way 4 4
like Coca-Cola I
was a party visited the Murphys> and the Gore 1-' 4
but refreshments were served froma 4
were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frei- \ 1 4
beautifully appointed tea tablein muth and their daughters Nancy i 4 4
the dining room. Covered witha Sharon and Janice. Mr. and MrsCurtis *. 1 :, 4
S 1 / 4
handsome lace cloth the table +
Murphy and th-ir sonsiCharles : 1 4
was centered with a low crystal {: 4
and David and Floy d ''

bowl dragons holding in interesting gladioli and shades snap ol f phy. lur'l' p.. 0 You Can Help Bring Our National Guard 4 4 4
and! Company To
pink Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs i Mi and Mrs J. G. Caldwdl / ., Up 4 4
Mrs. J. B. Caldwell were in Ocala j II
H. M. Uicharde were additional I!,' : 4
\ last Tuesday to attend the funeral ; :. 4
party hostesses! and guests in FULL STRENGTH. BOOST THE GUARD 4
eluded Club members and theii. services for their kinsman is extended'Nevir i "TALK ITUP" 4 4
Perkins. Sympathy
house guests. I i
IlrMg Club Meeting to them. i|'IMI' AMONG YOUR FRIENDS. EXPLAIN 4 4
of Mr. and Mrs. P. .S. Crews and p. ; MANY ADVANTAGES 4 4
Unique arrangements gladiol t
and Mrs. Spencer Crews and Q S' 4

and that Mrs artistry were Dennis outstanding Fancher graced when the in home she beautj entertained ol r f their visitors son of Mr.Dilly and, were Mrs.Sunday Ethan .,. \% .. ti TO YOUNG MEN WITH WHOM YOU COME IN 4 4 4

New River.
Sapp 4
the State Farm Uridg*f 4
Mrs. E. H. Simmons of Gains Y., M M a 4
Club last Thursday afternoon 'S.S CONTACT
.. vine has been visiting Mrs. 1.,11 1 t 4
Upon arrival the guests were sere R 4
Johnson since Friday. Additional! j 4
I luncheon guests:: of Mrs John-or E 4 4
I Saturday were Mrs.Henry Godwin i "tfC. .4 4
ELECT ''of Stark.- and her visitor. Mrs 4

Myrtle G. Brown 1 Eve Mr FI P... Manhattan McLendon and, Kansas her I DID YOU KNOW% THAT THE LOCAL NATIONAL GUARD 4 4 4 4

son Tampa Tommy where returned they had Thursdayfrom visited 'j COMPANY BRINGS A PAYROLL OF 4 4

''MI' and Mrs. Rudy McDonell. ,it KEEP YOUR GUARD UP FROM $$30,000 TO 4 4

They had< Sunday with Mr. and Mrs $35,000 ANNUALLY INTO 4
McDonell who with their son Jp, BRADFORD COUNTY? IT IS 4 4

Rudy Jr had joined other relatives !: From the days of the Minute Men, right up to today, the 4

.V McL ndon at the for home Mother's of Mr. and Day Mrs ir. \\t I p. National Guard has been a service for MEN only! "GOOD BUSINESS" TO GET BEHIND THE GUARD AND 3.4 44

et'y> honor of Mrs. J. T. Cogdill. mother : J: You'll be proud to wear the uniform-for today's National: 4

of Mr-l K W.McLendon.Cogdill of Guests Gainesville included '. I\Itt Guard is greater and more important than ever. And so are HELP BUILD IT UP TO FULL STRENGTH. 3 4

Mr and<<1 1Irs.. H. A. Cogdil 1 i I' i the Guard benefits to you! 4
0 and Mr and Mrs. J. L. Cogdill and:}: E
k- with own buddies, 4
their sons, of Jacksonville anc i You join alotItton'llunit-t'outrain your
Mrs Eddie Greenland and her twc''I your own neighbors. You're really among friends!
daughters of Orlando.Cf Ij if you are a MAN 17 35 3
interest to friends of Mr. and. \ You learn valuable skills-the/ kind of :skills that fill llg! pay
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Mrs It S. Rosier is the fact that i envelopes in the civilian world'! '
the Mrs Rebecca Rosier of Law- \ \ \
i and Air Force rales-extramoney [
tev who was pictured in last week's You gd good pay-regular Army your National Guard 4
can really use! .
issue of the Telegraphvith representatives you 4
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the Old Can '.. YOUNG; MEN Did) you know t that if you join ,. 4 4 4

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.. IS'2 years, you\ will be exempt from other military 4 4 4

Win New Car 4 4
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: service remain in the Guard. '.:.nrArmyanl! I
as long; as you Earn L/.J; l;, ?. Learn' ': Train' '. U. I ,;ll, 4 4
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p.. Thux you may remain at home -on the jol)...--or 4 4

,/."--- -20r E complete' your college! work without interruption LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NATIONAL GUARD COMPANY 4 4 4

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( E Attend OPEN HOUSE at Starke Armory, Mon, May 26, 8 P. M. 4 4

E Drill Competition Display Weapons & 4 4 4
Equipment Refreshments
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: to be given away in easy / C p.... PVRLIC CORDIALLY IM'ITED 4 4 4

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rYvYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyI are residing with :Mr. R ddish'sparents the W. F. Moore family Mrs I i ment in the C R Shuford home,i auditorium. Members invited
were few days lad week. .
V. R. Red Highsmith accompanied her sister j, which w.ll soon be underway. Preaching services at '
Mr. and Mrs. >are now residing m the newly remodeled to inspect the new curtain Mr. and Mrs Marklee Normanof
LAWTEY% dish, while having a house builton Mrs. Moore, when she and the i Kelley cottage on Pine I rods that have been installed for Hampton were Sunday Graduation exercises for the Rev. Jim Conway. Al:: ito -
the old Dr. Brown property new baby Edward Dean, came .Street.Mr. | the Heilbronn school will be held Monday attend.
new curtains
which his ,
to be Mr.
are parents and Mrs. Leroy -
L. II. Futch which they have recently purchased home from the hospital and she I and1:-s. G. L. Kersey, hung this week. Plans were com Norman They drove over the night l at ,;'dock : Gertie Faireloth's : ''
AAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAABaccalaureate for a home site. is visiting with them while Mrs formerly of Starke have moved for I'
; pleted picnic lunch which county and looked at the .
Moore regains her strength. | to Law it'\' and are pleasantly lo- most well. Mr. Faithe -- : .
Friends of Floyd Kemp will be will be held Thursday, May 29. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLONG
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Services for Carl
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Mrs. J.V. Thomas and small' cated< in the PUniini>r cottage on sick hat again. J:'"
Junior High School graduatingclass interested to know that he is at I All parents and: friends are invited is confined to the hospital m (X
son have returned to their home Lake Avenue "
: ha- been sick for i':
will be held in the School home with an honorable discharge in Hendersonville X. P. after'' to come and bring a well la. BRANCH se\r .!
Auditorium next Sunday morn- after four :years of servicein I'rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlHEILBRONN filled basket and enjoy the picnic Glad to Carml I \Vi are sorry an err-
visiting with her father W. F i see Granny hay:
ing, May 25. Dr. W. T. Walters Uncle Sam's army. During this Moore, and caring for the children I with the teachers and children. At able to be in church Sunday. Bj' :Mrs ,1, L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA In last week's paper .'
of the :Methodist time Floyd served on the battle the close of the meeting a social ,.
pastor during her mother's stay ir Quite a few from Heilbronn Com Elgin Padgett was su-: '
will the front in Korea where he was se- hour was enjoyed. This was the
bring at 11
message the hospital. Little Renee Moore i By :Marian NormanAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA munity attended Honirioming at a heart attack. She
o'clock. Everyone is invited to attend riously wounded. However, we last meE'tingof thp school ytarMr
went home with her sister and x. Evergreen Sunadv These .ll b. School '
are glad to see him getting around f and Mis H. M McRae of : w Sunday in high blood pressure A :
i now with scarcely a limp pects to spend some time visit.nthere. ;/ The P T A ni't Thursday pvening the Pine Level ,section wt'n''Ist.: Farmers in our s. ct'n!: ale getting the tent at K1-.T.: Padgett's Sunday in'i \\(>ak'I1' ,Ilntl:::
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish, .
formerly of Jacksonville are now+|I Mrs.! G. C. Highsmith of Jack \ at H .'ionic 1 ::11 the school lug frt''lids and relatIves here a piepm-d hu coin gatheniig morning at 9 o'clock, May 23 mintorme: : i.
sonville is spending some time withI Mrs Effie Miner spent Fvla\ ----
living in Lawtey At present they -
I of last week with r latixVestconnett. m

\Maxine Mrs. Frank and.Tommie Jone, and accompanied children I I I 't \V \ l\\ \\i! I'i' !Ii I Iii/ '1ck 'I/ 1/1 i1 // 71 f fI III//////'j" llir _'

I Mr Jones to Gainesville last Sat : I I .'// .
LaJK urday and spent the day with '
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AWIEEAUREGARDTOSSUPBALLOON Mr. and Mis II C. Kdh' and "<, 221.; /1./
sons. David and Wendell visited cu @
FREE WITH relatives in Jacksonville Sunday .r 1/'f
1Jr1cv. ( EVERY PURCHASE OF afternoon.Mrs.. .Morme Summerlin and .. ,'::/,I r

w TWO PINTS OFBORDEN'S son, Joe spent from Friday tr, \ /
( Sunday with her sister Mrs II 4
.; E Priest: and family. On Saturday
Mr-. Priest and daughter. Lorraine '
\ took their guests on an outing /
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to Fannin Springs.
Mr and Mrs GV Robert: .
I were visiting the I. B Cody f.innh
in Jacksonville Sunday
_' :Ng Mrs. J. J. Smith and dau liter. f

: Quinell together with Mr and
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Mrs G. L. Kersey, were in Iik'
: 'ity Sunday afternoon to \i-i' \ .
i I j with Mr Smith who i* a patient k PG
'm the Veteran Hospital thie
r''"'" ''The R. L. Bradley family \i-iti'1,!
Mr Smith on Sunday of last ,\'. ok)
4 ; Dinner guests of the 0..1. I'lr:! ti6
::73orden's "
\ : II.! family on Sunday we < M- r y, zf
and Mrs Charles Cox of Hmp': ,!rand
1! Mrs James Philhp of st.uk"
y I On Friday of last week Mi-;

I Joyce Futch and Mib', ,uv. .
.my1k ;
Y Mann took their school pupils on\ ,
I to the Fu tiT .
an outing Stephen ;. '\.'
Memorial near White Sin 11125 r.'
I.The trip was entertaining as well
I as instructive and a good t tine U
was had by all.
H. C. Kelley. J. E. Wall ,I- i O i ;) n1,
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J, Phillips. E. Priest awl! Ed ,....,"{
Durban attended a busme-s m"---ting ,,\ ;\
of the Santa Fe Telephone ('o
Enjoy cooling, delicious I in Melrose on Tuesday of last KM/A: I. \HK
Borden's Sherbet in a variety of thrilling eek.: .

fruit flavors-Lime. Pineapple, Orange, ,, Graduating exercises of the Law"
Tangerine Serve Borden's Sherbet for try Junior High school will be ht-W Tuesday May 27 2:00: P.M. American .Legion Home
Treat yourself to a in the school auditorium Thor ,
frosty freeze or float made with Gualaoledlr, w"' : day evening, May 29. at H o'dud
Borden Sherbet-at home or ( .as.lurKr'xr The public is invited to attend \VEST CALL ST. .-- STARKE FLA.
at your favorite fountain. 'I Mr[ and Mrs Sidney Shutord
who formerly occupied an ,ipirt:

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BY CLINT BON.HERftLi ___ i, Human Relations BAYLESS HIWAY\ 'hu-k late in the afternoon /; Fountain Pen with a pom' for

Kennfh: Tyu was elected Everyone is very thankful for every uv $2 complete Brat

I{,! Harmon Morgan addressed thei president of the Senior Methodist BY :\IN. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXIAAAAAAA the wonderful rain we received I I ford County Telegraph.
I Youth
,i I Starke Methodist Men's Fellowship Fellowship of the First Monday afternoon. It was worth
Monday evening on the subject Methodist Church of Starke at the lots to the I
Stand Up Stand Up For Jesus !I of "Human Relations in the I annual election held Sunday eve- attended Quite a few of our young folk YOUR BOOKKEEPJ'and all I ,

development of the family". The! ning. May IS. Other officers'elt'Ct.- the birthday party honi ST.i MAUK'S
men enjoyed a fried chicken sup I Jed are as follows: s"ring Carolyn Bloodworth at her1'J TAX RETURNS lo\E:

rA revivar. a corn-shelling machine e an accident. a hymn I per prepared by a committee composed I Vice-president. Judy Green: Sec. home near Raiford. Everybody 7 3rt For A Reasonable Rate
of Howell Nasworthy. John I r fetary. Tommy Smith: Trea.urer.Billy enjoyed this lovely affair with pre FrufayL' :3 < niInte'usi.ir. -All Types of Husine,
TL W.rk ./ God U PLiJ&.lpLlawhat mss tkouuadt to their koi "TU cia. to ttaad; lip fat ] : : -
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...." A. Torode Charley Parker and Weldon, Publicity Chairman, Carolyn P.t'.j) Sark.>
celled tU citprliU rtmtl of It It. Of the pirticij4 J. I II 1 Drop a Card to
Tko pkraM ao ImprtiMd Pritbftfriaa VCni Uf I i I John Anderson. I I Ann Johns: Worship Chairman. A large crowd of the Ba\It's3'' SnndaM u 2"t i >
in nuAuttri, powerful lk 2'.arold -
| soar wan mar
Ceors. Dtiffidd! Jr., that kit next Mrmoo was from President Nasworthy announced',Service : Highway folk attended Home- Sttrdit H h// 1)1): iChar P' W. J. IEItMOn'I
. Ipucoptlita Dudley! Tynj. Tjnf was I bon tko text, "Stand tktrcfor, baring jour loiai girt boat I I Roy 76 Lake
coming Cervices Genera,
that Cressler. at ., Haws
there would be Ladies ; Oak Grow I< ,
a I -
pniohtr u& kid bus litortd by U;( minister fatkcr. with stalk ." Thom DnffUld read i po.m h. bad Nightat )I -.r' : "
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ODe Sunday kt stood before ',ODD IIItO U J.,..'. Hill.Tk wrtta.! OB of kit members had tb. tnet printed the next meeting Monday June I Friendship Chairman TomI Baptist church Sunday. Dinnerwas
> k. concluded !ail Mrnea 2,000 hues win M for Attribution in tbt Sonday ScbooL. Ooi of the ltif 16. with the following committeeI I I m Slade; Recreation Chairman, served at the noon hour. < ..
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tit floor. lets foxed ill way to t baptist periodicaL Composer in charge: Carl Johns, A. H. Harley j Harry Green with Jimmy Weldon Mrs. Beulah Kelly is enjo.Mrc! I)I "': -

,. Tk fallowing W.dnt d.7 k. was it work In bin Cror,. Webb road the poem Mt it to mnaie.la W. S S.bley. H. C. Brown, and Co-Chairman; Methodist Youth visit with her brother and M.:- r I I II HEVR I P.1
.tacl,. For relaxation k* went to kii; hUll to watch the 1K4 the RtT. Doffuld hind soldiers In a Howell Xasworthy.: I I Fund Treasurer. Phoebe Green. in-law. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. C I I TOI1 BOB (,Runda \ ,
frttioa tf orm-iktUUi Tk dare ef Melon camp ting trti. lit bad writttn at a cotcladnif I I !
a ippiraini. I I I
were made for bof. Black Creek.
the > \ H
recep-I P.M.! .
> wU ttagkt IM 0 cof. His irs WM COra out of I his tzkortatioa to a wrmoa six yean earlier. :I Speak .n 1 tb,
I .1._!(].(. Dactara pod a icon of miniitcn fillifrtd it 'A revival t tors-sh.ilisg machine a fatal I Christian Church fiats honoring members of the I Dot and Barney Eggers I' I'I I
his kdd H. trUd t. ring "Rock of As.." bat k* accident a bfnn. "Tb Work of Cod, in Phila |j graduating class of Bradford High children of Jacksonville and M l' a': Mibjert'Accepted { :
w u too wuk. TK Rn. Sttptxa H. TT*| 1.IA.d ores 4elpL ." bai iti infloenct today every time a by tun it The friendly church in the School.1 their parents and the faculty and :Mrs II. M. McRae of f ",
U lent tk. lilt words of !ail MB, who kid kroektSttnJ II opeud totltnj- 'I town extends a welcome to heartof you to be held after the Bacca- ,( Level were dinner guests of M'I:

j s,. .tail up /r / T, toliUrt/ ., tbi cross Stud In Hit itrmgtb fltne; i May 25. Mr and Mrs. Gordon Jones ain\ !
Lift tlgb H/f .>.r *.'*. -, r". ors tf flash/ sill fill )tu, I services. |
/( t..if sot "/fir Ion.Irtm Tfl Jan net limit your ...... I Bible school begins at 10 a. mi! daughter. Carolyn WE'yeittng: SERMON
viefry unit viet'ry lid tn tbi Cuptl "'. there are classes for all age groups. ciinccii or rmuvrI friends in Hastings Sunday. lOPLLOT WANT TO MISS':
.,. Each tn u-itb prayer I GI1'1'I:;(. MKKTIXO: : Miss Joann Norman
HH tbtll Hi load, pufl put ; I Plan now to be present this Sunday j spent the
Till awry foi to vtnquittiJ Vim July talli or linger, with the entire Morn. .i Gospel Meetings will be held at weekend in Jacksonville with rd FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, HamptonBible
ail Ckrtit I, Lori Hdni. Si smile H'tntinf tten.StinJ family. I the Church of Christ. Starke atives. .

Stand up, tttnl up fir /<''', uP, lt.nj up far /"... Lord's ing worship Supper begins i is served at at 11.11:15 The ,from May 20. through 29th con- I I Saw Dolph and Trudie Crosby; School 10 A.M. B.T.l' 7 P.M.
Tin itrlfi sill not ti butt : duett d! by Evangelist! Tick "I Lake .
Tin trumpit call tbty. will An. City enjoying their vac.i Mid-wet'k
Morning be Prayer service
forth It tbi mighty roof lid, Tbii day tbi moist tf btttle/ I :at 11:30 a.message m.Evening broughtI dr.w"f, i :Miami The -"r\"k.,.-. t."n:' \i-it.np arr und! Sunday Wednesday S P.M.:
I. ebb, Hit x'ortoKi' .ty Tbt stet, tbi lift or"i ttnf.To | 'iwill) t h.l.; n t>,ii' h \ernnj.. it p mp.ti :Mr! and ales W.llie Jon'r s .f "TI1F: ( "IlI'Ill 1 II HERE EHYBOUY: FEU ...
his that at/trnmitb,
'TT, that tn rem now carve Him" services begin at 7 with ,
M.O ? ill|'! h, : I eat: : Fiol
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Afotnil unnumbered foe, A cross ef lift shall/ bt; Christian Endeavor. All youth ate uert \'I'lt1ll: at!r. ELlOME"'JOIN :
ttt to..,.,. ri,. uilb Jingtr, Ira with the King .f glory/ (i 'urged to be : ,i" ,'!:, i PI], i,'it.. .J.I .; .'" ,"\ : Mi- 1 IN: : ,,,: :: ;
Ail ,'r...'" t. itrmttb .f pose, Shell Tfign etcrually.ea present. Evangelisticsenices I i- ,i.\ '.. f r: ', I' ."o > .- i lI''n THE CROWDS:; l O II"TO Ol |It ->LRM F.a
begin at 8 p. m The i !
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;nibhc is invited to attend \1 i -t.1 1 i. '.,__ ':_'- ._=_- _'-n _----- -.t_ :_ : -_ ____ :- .:= -_" : :;: -:: /
'ois are always welcome I Pi Ir.r -- -- ,
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: The stiHh thuwe-k will b. tae!

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Baptist ChurchThere
Rev L. G Hemingwav !h c: ujhi:
will bt' no viutet the the message at the Gospel! T ibinacle "

e First e'elllngas Baptist with of the Starke the High church this School Sunday cooperates -- I[I "A that Christian children last Friday are Home"greatly on He th imluenr

and other local churches in a ed by the kind of home chef live

1 united service for the High School!I in and that character i is deter mined

Baccalaureate to be held at the 'by early environment Corner Call & Cherry Sts. Reserved

Church of God8th I 11AMPTO.YCHRISTIAN First Methodist Church of Stark i "Aboard Ship with Christ"tva- ,+ Starke, Fla.

St Clair CHURCH Sunday morning the by the them of the Youth :Mee>mg These Prices Good Fri. and Sat. May 23 and
k Sis. I message 24
the Pastor will be 'last Saturday. The program was _ ._,_ ,::., _.-. __
"What :
Sunday School 1C a.m. Bible School 10 a. m. Morning" Do You ;
I Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship 11 a. m. C. E. 7 p. m. Have" and will be preceded by>I:!':built entirely on nautical things I -
Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.m. i the singing of the Church Choir, The program this Saturday mght'will
Evangelistic services 8 p. m. Wednesday :' be directed by Pie and Mrs 5 LBS. WITH $5.00
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. i I under the direction of Mrs Mona ORDER
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m. night Bible Study 8 p. m Canova with Miss Julia Lawson I I i i Elmer Johns and another "'trip, |I

The public is invited. at the Hammond. The Care I I: of a different kind, is planned Alt ,

Church of Christ A weiner roast was given last t Choir will sing the offertory young people are invited
The Tuesday night Bible Study-
Corner' 10th and McMahon Thursday night for members ol f hymn. ;t
Hour was conducted b\ Pti.Presbyterian llmuw
the Bible School. This climaxed a Sunday School meets at 9:1.: SUGAR
Bible School-10 A. M.Prl'achlngll 38c
Fisherman's League Contest which: with One Wiggins. Assoc. Superintendent
A. M. and 7:30P.
M. the Intermediate Class won by one in charge and Miper- Church

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study point over the Adult Class.! Fifty rising the 80 officers and teacher-. Sunday School at 9:43: :

each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. one were present on this occasion, Training Unions will not meet Friendship Class 10. a m .

Everyone welcome. John Childress MinisterFIRST this week because of the Union 11 am. Morning service .-onI ,d __ jf.- __".::-_ __ ,*< : .. _..
Service J. T. Lawson is Director ducted by Rev. Win T Biker, _!_ :. _ ,_ =-: ..: ._-
:Mid-week service is held regularly I assistant pastor of Riverside Presbyterian PERSONAL

at 7:45: on Wednesday evening church. Jacksonville | STANDARD

I with the Pastor in charge Youth Fellowship Sunday eve

BAPTIST CHURCH Starker and bringing the message of the ning at 7 p.m. SOAP C I

hour. Tile Women of the Churh will 99 TOMATOES C

r III I'" I ., Annual Vacation Bible School meet Thesdafa. ,>' 'J" rt the ,
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor begins Monday. June 2, and will church at S p. m

& Court Streets In The Heart Of Town continue for two weeks. An i invitation Bars

PHONES: Office; 234 Pastorium 130 is extended to childreni St. Edward's CatholicRev. 8 PER CAN
IIIII ,,, I" ___ i ages 3 thru 16 to attend for Bible
Richard Lyons. pastor
Morning Service "What Do You Have?" Study. Sunday Mass: at t.15 a m. -- -- _
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Evening Service No Evening Service i\ Weekly Mass at 8: a m -- -- ._ ( ; ,
I : Methodist Church 1| Confessions SaturdlI(I to'

SERMONS[ 11 :00 AM.| ., 8:00 P.M. Sunda.; May: 25: will be observed 3:30: Children's P.M.: Catechisn. Usses! I Good Meaty Fresh

Sunday School 9:45 A.M.-Training Unions! 6:45: P.M' a> ('hurch Loyalty Sunday Wednesday 4:00: P.M p i BRISKET
MID: -1V'EEh SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:45 P.M. | in the First Methodist, Church of 'c

Starke This is the last Sunday i tn TIltIESS.C111J.TI.: .\:\ MATCHES

, VISIT TilE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTORs the Conference >ear and all of t hel,i {'IUICIIDon't : BEES STEW 8c

new members received into thcj i I fail to be present! for the j

church during the year will be.evangelistic service {every Thurs .( f lOc Pkgs. tJ

given special recognition at the,, lay evening. We have changed LB.
I Sunday morning service.. Fifty-1 I the time of service from 7'a": p m a
seven new members have been received S Make a spcI'al: ."Tort .
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preach on sub friends.
jest "God's! Call to the Church" Homer Sw indul M I. -. .' Maine Pure Black
Special mu>ic will be furnished

: i r, I .. by the Senior Choir ciirucii OF .iKsrs CIIKIST
Sunday e"etllngtht' First Methodist 01'Tn:!: IA\ SUM SARDINES lOc PEPPER 29C

ngi Church will be happy to welcome I. Masonic Temple, Call S I''e't
the graduating class. of Bradford S'mJaS<:hoo! calve Sunday 2 FOR

v High School, parents faculty morning 10 a m Sa. r.ini."it" Serv
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Can Each
:"t and friends to the Baccalaureati u'C.6 .0 pv A oniirt'' Cation ,

service to be held in this church 1, is extended to all. -- -- ".. .
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: sermon and th- p.t Fancy
i ford High School Glee P \ tPk b> Mrs Ruth Park u lit! LONG GRAIN r C 3

I! sing. Following the sera' !' n.-rep' I i

!i will be an informal recept. ;poi -
: cored by the Senior ;Mi-riudi( .rj 3 39CRICE

j Youth Fellowship honoring !mssberm u NEW ; LARD

J of the graduating cla-s their I .(I .I
;i parents and the faculty of Brad Lbs.

.c I j ford High School in the ;Methods Timing Cry.7M+v 51d.A. u.a Type 3 EACH
Recreation Hall. Instrument rlAa "at

UOODLAUN"ii.UTLvr Ml IOS.\H\ '- __
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"1 do hereby pledge myself as Sermons each Sunday 11 a m 1/2 C C
and ;::30 p. m. Sunday School 10(
n Hit it.Hin
, Governor of the State of Florida a. m. Song/; and Praise Service each guLTiSt gttfett f'Ntr STARCH OLEOQUART 18
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone ; :::Lp AID

welcome to attend. II"COO.Ar.. CA.
to exert every effort and IJGNTNa1G'ItL.
The Woodlawn BapUst: Church tf TtIS "41uc.on..
mil K ctrau .T"
has been org.viized: for the past LB.
ruxr.o 0&,00:11I To.eeutellR j
at command Governor /. S
means my as 11 years The membership hasgrown r..Gwwr.wily

a bit in the past tear tw Not axle[_. S 1. I1J .
quite ..... - -- .
twry I. 1' -
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of the State of Florida to I and we are contemplating buildings .h........T...-r..-. ./ ... COSTr" VOu .,,11"I' new church. Anyone wishing tr ,.Lrr", .... U. For Tr., :O"'OctcU
make available to all citizens I contribute to this cause may di% 'C SCENTWC SGVCc? VIENNA SCOTTS Or

I | by contacting the Church Tr.a*
access to all lakes owned by the I u rr. L. W Page: LawteT the flare your

I pastor. Rev. A G Flynn. 244 Bf! tel ,Watch{ Repaired SAUSAGE 13I TlssIE C

State, so long as such action is fort St Jacksonville Fla with Confidence E 3

Visiting the church a week ag
consistent icith lair:' I Whole Pieces
I was Miss Nellie Mae Bradley! .>; AT I For

JacKson\ille! 2
G. Flynn, Pastor1'EXTECOSTAL .

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HOLINESS t _h._ -_ ._ __n __ __ __ _. _.'h." .-__ .__ -. _o_ _,_

Sunday School 10 a.rr..
Morning Service 11 &m CARL ROBERTS And Save The Difference !
( Pol. .\d,'.
) I Evening Service 7:30: p m BUY YOUR ORDER FROM US

I Prayer Meetings \\>dnes dot Certified Watchmaker

night 7 45 p.m. Sa:urJay nigh

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rILttt. 'L 1 :::;S. I'
\ dence and address is :258;; Hast Hllth 'Court I I
: and
to Riverside cause and you are ,-e.-id.-n. i '
Johns and Ernest C. A. Futch was taken required iITS Doretta Street, flu-- ,
: Ruth
son. Street, Care Hummel, Bronx New to serve a of .. Case Xu 9155; f led and .
I Ir copy your answer t .r'al. \\ estwood, New Jt'rbtyYou : rniiirfd|" I. file ant i residence and
N.tIcp povt-oft
and Mrs. George Barthlow and; Hospital in Jacksonville Tues York. or pleading the Tonpenr. IJ ir, demand,
complaint are hereby notified whi< t h they may'alm"\"t!\ the claimant
i attended the and will remain several days I I Ii You are hereby notified that a on the I'laintiff's Attorney, T suit for divorce has that been a To Irene V. ( ''''I'l."r. whose rt' .I' I LCaimU. said Kvi i.. In .k. I ... ...- <0' and. .muI
daughter Julia day degitis: tJnkno\\ n. as
cult for Divorce has been filed i Frank nJrum. $ f th- .
I I i tark.Florida I riled against you in the C J> i'
Naval Charity Carnival in Jacksonville : I'i for observation. 'against you In the above named and file the original in the office ottht' i-d Court and cause and abonam you are y.u for are hereby notified that at :'" .... "'R. ... .,. ...."n.......- 'fllMK 10 Olt'vu" .
afternoon. r Court and cause and you are re- Clerk! of the Circuit Ci.urt on or julred to serve a copy of your ro'l suit Divorce has been filed it, M.irk.il )V I ,.1, .Itti,,, "g" Mil I law..'..c
Saturday r SUPPLIES I quired to serve a copy of your answer I before the 23rd: day of June, 1S52.otherwise ; .n\er or nleadin:' to the against you In the above namedCourt t'.ml HI .,' -t I i "
OFFICE! or I'lpalilneto the complaint and cause and you are reijuir- ,. I -
,, I I.
the "
Mr. and :Mrs. Russell McRae and faid 'nn" Plaintiff'ltorne)'. 1.tyel4efl. ed to ,
ALL KINDS on the Plaintiff's Attorney. T' Complaint will be taken as confessed SelJen PiiiMintr.! DaxtotiHrVach. I serve a copy of y.uranswer i I, ,.
daughter Linda Gale left Tuesday i i OF Frank La'idrum Starke, .Florida and by you. Florida. and file the or pleading! to the complaint \ .
to ten-day vacation visit ]I AT file the original in the office of the This notice shall\ be published il in the office of the Clerk Origin-I Joseph on K. Plaintiff Attorn v" ,
a Skipper, 121: iir.ib.i- '
i Clerk of th.
Circuit Court before
on or nnci" each week for four consecutive I Cinuit( Co-jrt on or before the 23rd:: Building
with their son and daughterinlaw I BRADFORD ('0. TELEGRAPH I the 23nl: day of June 1952.otherwise ; weeks In the Bradford County Tele i lay of June, 1952; otherwise the allegations and file the Jackson\iIIe original III the, offii Fb-i...1 1.,i> I I

:Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRaein I th'aII.gat ions i>f -a..1I'.mllainl graph. of said Complaint will betaken the Clerk of the Cir. nit < "oint' ..i' ,,'
I will I be taken as con- Dated this, :21t! day of May, li,2! :; !
I confessed before he :!!:Ird daof
as by ) 011. Ju Lt'. I I'.c I Iotllelllse
I. fe.ed
Wyoming by you. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J
TO .\P"F.RIn I Thomas the ill I.- ,
:&OTICK This notice shah oe publishedonce K.ttloltof i .1| |
This shall be
I Bradford County, notice published As Clerk of said Court. "ml.laintil1l.be '
Circuit Court. I I each week for 1'our consecutive tak. ii us ( '",.f. -
Adding Machines and Portable Florid: In Chanrrry. once each week for four consecutive I By Myrtle T. Deaver Denuty ClerkS ,weeks In the Bradford County Tele- ed byou, -'

1 J elia (JulI..)'. 1'laintiff v.. JcritphijuiKle weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph :24t! 6 1.1 I i i.toncn 'graph This. notice shall be published in> ,

sold on time.-Brad* )'. Paled luted th.- :!'o.lh d.n of May 1931; each week for four c.nse. III'' \ I ,
Typewriters L'"f"ndJ.nl.'a 91i' this 21-t I d.n of May, I1'-: TO ,\PI'I iui: I
t' No (Ol'l'lCIAL11..) J. weeks in the Bradford County Tele. I", .
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. In rirruit Court. llruillord ('..iintr A. Thomaa I r t1' "' I" I \'
ord Telegraph. I j :.Notice ToT Appear.I I Clerk of the Circuit Court. I h'lorjiln: In ('hanrrvIii11.fl'I j.' Clerk of the Circuit Court. graph. ,.' < ..':.j,( I:. I. '.' I .. ?,??' (h. i jiKt''I.. \Xa-hiiiKlon >'
County I ..: Joseph Quigley. whose rest- Ey: Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk llkkard. Plaintiffv.. .L.tn By Myrtle T. Dearer D-r'ity Clerk Mated this fist I day of M", I' '-

;5 23 it 613, :M Knk.ird Defendant 5,23:! 4t 6 13 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. TillisAs 10'''(. .\I.J.-lm"; I.ike f-, r
Clerk' of laid C: 'u"By -
l '.i-e X.i SI l') i i 1 Ki>isle> hake! ijt-t Jal; -
WONDERFUL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYIf OTln TO -\PI'l-aJt I '...1.... '1'" \penr. IT. i :\OTICITo APPEUl Myrtle T. Dea\er Deputy Ci| \* l .1 I : ''J"" I j',1 I.)'
In Circuit .. In Circuit Court, Bradford County, 5, r:: it e i I- "I i, ,h.. '
Court. Ilmdford County J'an1. lkh.II.1 t. wli.is, r'i- "" 1
hustler and want to make money with asmall Florida l In Chancery. I I dt"'"'-'' j I'nknown I IVon Klorl.ln In Chnneerr.Judson '1, f 1.- t It ,... 1.-I Itt SXI.K-: Ii'I- I 'oh.- I'i
are a > OTlI.l'l tl'POlU .
you l F> lUxley.: : Plaintiff. v=. TejIJ.r 1-I''J" iMI'I..tff, I:.
Theodore 'I" .i.l' .fill"
Kol.ert MarKTitliitl.1 Plaintiff i\ are h..hy 1I..llfi.,1 that a"'lIit .. In Circuit fourl, HrinlUr.l ('...nt,. 4Jis' I Ii. I'I
WRITEAttention ,, 1.1! Xit- .
investment CALL 283 or vs. (ilmia Ij-cii 3iarsent hal, I I'cfendant. : > for Divori-e ha- l len filed !i i < ) Defendant. I'loriilni In (hanrrrjr. .j ." I :- j I .1' 1'0I" I i.i.: : i-: \ r.; K
Case No. 9156; f against you in the above nam- Case XI). !9157Vntlre 1-: I i-: P. 0. BOX 184, STARKE, FLA. :.Notice Tn Appear. t-d Court and cause and you are required : To .Ippear.To ,
I j In' I
, ToClori.i: : l..i.sco Marienthal.uhose I' to serve a copy of your an- I : ,Es'.iittrot. Raxley who"t'r""ld"n. n. Defendant'a i I J. -.4 ..I f->','lfi 111 r AllKU
'iNo !9M7
resilience and address i ia ..wVr or nlfrtHine to the Cnrnnlnint .'.- .it.d adtliess is: Houto :3, I I litH. I I vaz.1.1 W lit,.,',!
nitTi' M
\ A
"|>enr. S S E <
IIt'lIl nI-P\.ay. Soulh ( 'Minima i I: I I' I 1.II"t..1 J hat I l-war'l
722:!* (Geeiiloi $ on Plaintiff's Attorney, Hay Seldeii. .
lrl."eI. Philadelphia To' I.nl.i < ;r. .n n ho-e ,. -Hii." ,
.". i You are hereby notified that r "i .lfll'1 'Irj'lli.K '..
:! Pennsylvania. Selden liii uldiiig. I Davtoii.i a ntijMi 01' AU. KINDS
' Tobacco Growers You are'hereby notified that a suit I I Itea.-h. Florida and file the ..riginlll'l|I suit for Divorce, has been filed l-' You 1'lIkn. a notifi-d that *..,ljl 1. l 11 J ,t'i- ii. 1', I lt.*
j are hereby a ,
for Divorce, restoration of maiden in the office of the Clerk against you in the above named ,-lilt for iMM.rie habeen fll..tS.t1t.n.1 301 .. fee I' ,i..i i. R E N 0 V A TEn I
name to defendant custody and control Circuit I'''iirt on nr before ii.ir.l: Court and cause and you are required the aboxe ------..
INSURE YOUR TOBACCO BARN AGAINST to serve a copy of : you in named I I. .1'1': ,.1' crit.vii.J ji.J it -
of minor ,'hildren to day of Junel! :;!; otherwise the'allegation your answer Court and cause and are w ar.l I .- J \
you required -
LOSS BY FIRE. defendant visitation rights awarded of said Complaint willbe > the or pleadin? to the complaint i to serve a copy of your answer .ell... ',. .h Cl.l'f ti.a'.t-'l 1 c., '
on Plaintii'f's :
plaintiff and plaritiff !, taken n'iife.-ed by 'nu Attorney Hon. T. I .It.|| ''"h continue > or pleart'np tn th. complaint -
ON TOBACCO CROPSIS 1 Frank Lamlrum Starke Florida and I ir..p lit I.. tlj. ,. .
HAIL INSURANCE to $10.00 This notice shall be publishedonce >-i< .l i't r ". -0".A
pay weekisfier support of I I on the Plaintiff's Attorney .
file the original in the office of the not fti.uki-'l j'/l <. :%1tID; !
children has each veek for four consecutive, | : i mark J ,
OUR been filed
AVAILABLE THROUGH against you I F: K Perryman. Starke Florida .
ALSO Clerk of the Circuit .
I Court be. A JM K., '
on or IhI _
> ?" i-.i
in the above named Court and weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph file the office II.
lanne and original in the
fore the ;2'rd!:! day of June, 19i2: ; :!; bam Hit Fen N ITrHE
AGENCY. and you are required to serve aiopy I I otherwise the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Hi'

how to to 20 cent of your answer or pleading to Dated tin21st, day of May. nr.2.; :! \I 'Complaint will allegations be taken of as con-said on or before the 25rd: day of June, I VOH 14A I.E H". k ( Keupholstervil and
uiidinic forn < Uoccupied
Let us show you save up per the complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney. (OFFICIAL SKAI. A..1. Thomas.Clerk fessed by 1952! : ; otherwise the allegation of .r
T Frank l.a nil I of the Circuit Court I said will be taken by ll.i'iirt Hr," Hiudioor KefinKhedII
ruin. Starke This notice shall be Complaint 11:0 confessed i "
Denniv ('I..rk publishedonce .- KM"t: / .tli juil '"h..rr-I ,. .
T.y Myrtle T. Deaver :-
insurance costs. Florida. :md file the original in theoffii I week by you. J
on your of :; i":: 4t .; n for four consecutive Delia HOOM. Cor Ea"l1.11": : |I "7, .\
e the Clerk of the Circuit weeks In the Bradford This notice shall be published; \TTRESS to
County Tele-
Court on or I.ffurtthl' 23rd: d.iy ot 'nTJ-I-m\l'I:: era nh once each week for four ...on..ecuI'j and Chur' >, Si :: Ii' s iKull
Insurance Buv :230
& \It 1'alatka
Conner Gay Agency ,1II III. II l!!.">:2.; Otherwise tile allegations) I 1..1. tin- :Jl-t ,|t..y ..f .' ti\-> weeks in the Bradford County FUF"P.
..f ) In ClreiiU ( ....r.. llniilftir.l ('lIun'h M.iy. I9.: > I hIT-r"IIIJJI..ldv:; fiirnihedtno
-an Complaint will l.t taken a- OFFICIAL Telepr.iphHated A AAAAA
116 N. Court St. Starke Phone 285 i .uifevsed, I byou.. I I'l.irlilni In Chnncrrv. | Clerk Thomas. thisl l 19th day of May 1932; > bedrooin 1.1..k 11.01.--, tile I
Dudley A Well-. Plai'ltlfl'I Kiil.v: the Circuit Court bath, larl;" ", ..-h buuse nlthelectrii
This notice .hall be published I IT Mvrtle T Deioer D (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, j jClerk : Ki\T: ro.in f .
IN I Defemlaiit < putv Clerk ,
I u.tMhei.
ParkWe isig.lfl< lo-ed .
Court .
one each week for four consecutive I II of the Circuit apartment comf.iiri1.eitiiii.
'M.V1N :! I 5 ::!:; 4t 61 : I i.ud ..
C.iN: \Viilnnt
oil S.-
i n..r\ .it .
| weeks In the Ilradford County Tele- '! By Myrtle T. Dca\'er. Dnnty ("J.rk. : I range 1'.111 >.JStark. '-
I graph. 'II 5 24t fl I.oun l.: t.tk.itft ':1..< Imiles
i \OlirK .
Park.VII-. wli.idence I "-.- | 'I II \IR\K f 'hllro'l! St
I Iited tin21t d..y of :\iIav. rt".2: : T.llul.y; In Circuit Court. Up IKl I to h"u.-e withc..; i
SERVICE OFFICIAL !'..- i-- 11<>:2! Oak :I'd. Atlanl.t. llrnilrnril Cuiintr. '\ : TO nnllllul(" 11.l".4I'1 \\ > nn, Bruoki.1-I \
\ WINKLER% ) A. J. Thomas. 1'liirlil.i In .
I 1 I I : Chiineerj1.Seine lit I'KXT-: .\ '. "'tin. nt, .'X''l't',1i :
Clerk! of the Circuit Court iuIgia.You I III; I',. ,. :\ II .iedi.i-, li t th.I.tat.: .t.l I'I ]
li" 1'1.
"| r "I't', "i i .
hereby notified that a .. .ily line nil e large hath
By Myrtle T. Deaver, Deputy Clerk suit for are Divorce has been filed I II.i .".. \' C.-"|1",.i |I.. |I. 11,1.1 lilt I I 1.1.: it-. d' ,i-eit\. .in I l..n.I.'I". a'lIl Pfltrafleer.'eied|ri\atix liAv.iliable
I Ioncr. por i.irr J. n OUOM. JHHtMiLi
:; 2.4t: fi; I II:!
I against you in the above named i June IT, ;.:!2O..rlh; : 101 u
I Court and cause and you are re- 'herrSt, 2tn '. :i' '.
1 \ : TO \ppr.tit j ( tVILlA:\II Ii 1)1. *
ZENITH In Circuit ('our.. H md tur.i luired to serve a PODV of your answer \ SILIS _
Florida In Clinnrrr.T. C..nntj, I or pleadings! to the complaint. I j \\ \ \T To JI'a: cottage home.innl. I.lse Oak t>arh Wrtlne..J.I'nlatln .
Fl'.iem., ..n the Plalnliff'lIo..n..' Nc.il D. i i Your .-in. $I.'.IIII to $:!.;rio. cibIHIIII rurh 1 dapp.tiTKi'T -
Aimoiir l Plaintiff Home NOW'
I: 11 vi i I .Kxans.: : Jr.. 103 l-vw F.M hanpe: ; P.inldinir. i Improve .1! llelKlllior- .linn h.--. III.III.
MI- i Aiii'i.iu.i I > 'ti-nil.uit I
RADIO i % I'a-. i I i .Ia.kssntiII.F'briilt.: and file.i.I ), 'I'I,1 1 "thtr i Minenii m ..' II.-,. ,-l.- YOI' it .mri: ,riFireproof
N. :M..S;
\.irr| TO .tpprnr. I tinoriginal I in the ifflitof theClei (,Ilk 4iI.! $pi-ice J A. Carter. Proteito Se. .
and T.. n..I'r'nll""r.' w liok., resi- |, .k of the Cirt nit C.nirt on or before 1 I"\ !1':1: ;. I..ike llutler: 10'':''. 'beautiful!I. l.irg.ft.,' 1\\ I iI
the :2.nt: da of ..Iuii.iithei''I" .'. 1 r.:':;.2; 2tp '. ::in
(l I. I IK. and address, j is, lit:'. Ko>f I| box $Irt 2.1 plus tax :
P ii Ho222:!:!:!. Pellnior., .. ." H..a"1 e the :alletfationv oi said Count Telegiaph'
Televisionalld }l.iiul. ;N.York.; ,'..iiihtrit \\ III be taken a- confessed j NO DOWN% PAYMENT 'i,1i.ITil. ,: CrSTOMKRS( : 0.1 I P
Sales \ Km.-it-: Fin-t.-lie St..ie. P.nni'-iit-
Yon, Ity ) ''11. i :
are hereby notified that a : u'c..iritma W A TE-IO') couples to i ii -
shall be publishedonce nil ; be made Mr1'oberts
This notice > -
-mi lor I Involve h.ibeen: ) filed I Mine FrI.l.Iand S.iiijrd.ij _
Service each week for four con-ecutive I at resid-nre. Sth St
,a."'ri-t > oii. in the alvtnanitd at the Triangle I II Iun. h.i' -
weeks! in the Bradford County Tele-I 36 Months To Pay across from armory at 4 j. m or ard oil ,i
Station on Kt I I"" !1. I
II II II I' 1 praph.Dated. :ill day Saturday UpM Lake Butler and St.trk.SI
: till- :21-t day flfIa '. l't-12; :!
Phone 166 W.C.T.U. OFF1CIAI. SiAh) A JClerk 'rn.mias, | : 1.\X WANTED to Work-Whatnot b) liraittoril Count) Pi I.. H n -
224 N.
Temple Ave. :itI) \
Cir.-nit Court Store. '
I of the around the corner on Temple -
CANADA :&; 2': It .; I 1" :, A ye. i 4.hgI
I Average Roof $6.39 Per Month FOR SAI.K-On. five r". .'. '
STARKE, FLORIDA TilE ONTARIO 1IIII\VAY'" NOTICI':-TO1'1'1': tit i I l'i'>Ti Ii'o, potato; plants forale i and one |lot near -. li" >"l I I.
j, Light water a..1! b.iili t U .
MINISTER MAS KF.rORTKI: In Circuit Court. llra.lfor.l ( Nit WilliamStai-'>p Itchg .
-j jf j-ppprssSp SflflsSssrSsfl.t ttSrSSSflSrerr ir ft I 'ount1'1 on time. Locution 4 ;r.lIid> ..t': M
Flnrldnt In ChnncerT.J.lllle :
Mli.Tt Ket. hell /l.i T--on. red nitn.-oat hood on I i'i:
c.XCEUXXU SUSPEND i' l'rro' ;': .K- t."I "'I t I"I, ,"it -treelUeard. Kcturn t.. :Mr-
Ci-, :\:.. JIM I, btIt IaXTb..dr"1II: apart melectrically -
.1 T,
INO DRIVING LH"EXnsT Noticenpeiir.. ': You Are Eligible Now Under F. II. A. Qiiigb'v Itchg equipped ,.r, Kmij-
THECongressional TilE RATE 1,000 I I I i Lake. See C. I! Nu.s .>rtSturke. >
OF .\ MONTh.AM T. F'I"h.;: I I.-- Toll) sAIErii.ense I C.ranite "
Fla. :t.hg _
A RESULT OF THAT. THERE: Trinler nplJlJlh' any morninc!
-' F.\\ P.anrllof..t.. \. .
WERE ItECEXTI.10.000 1'EO-I : ItchgK0 )0'1 Ht SALE-Five room h,I'M--. 2"

Record PLE IN ONTARIOVIIO: WOULD -- Asbestos Siding New Bath |; 1:11'"I': : for "."!.._?.n foot x I living room. Urge dod :.t. 1.1
porch large front .
:in font corrugated metal I w.ireboiie. porch < it) -a
NEYFJl BE ALLOWED: TO electric'il connectif-i. Cn- I I erage. electricity. Fir- !plus: A 1

The Truth Of DRI'EIt AGAIN. GRADUATIONGIFTS. 1' furnished Apply and! niormne KlItam I I street light in front. S5 ft x 4 ,<>
Speaks Porches AdditionsALL 'ho Motel. iteM ft. lot. Variety of fruit tre.-s p
ETIUOl'IAWHERE ed for gas. Reasonable 423:! W. .

'fomlE'E.HS AfiO I FIX XI. OTI(',: of nnnlir-ntior.. f..r mor..la"oJ.I .
: HOME REPAIRS enrollment in the 1952: fall semester -
LEX DRINKING WAS ALMOST UNKNOWN !; of the Tniversity of Miami I SINGER SEWING Mifhlri* i I'H'
THE EMPEROR ILULK I School of MedicineApplicants pany. Lake Cilv. FIa : Phone HJI j
WATCHES t"i-t l ln ., h:.<1 threw vonr-' ..,,1.l.I will repair your machine !u1, u
SEL.SSIEL.RmD: AT THE \ !I...,... \\ ..riind, must tin\'e re- top cumliuon. rpII.n."I.A. .
I All Work -;,1..1 .. ''tli |iir..ntKloriH.i f.r'fV.lI u".. only genuine '
RISING DRINKING HAHITS Fully Guaranteed SinKei !I" l' '
by Bulova & Elgin 'ears.. Legal I proof of c.iiintv Ourrt .uv ijr",. will pi. i i(1( JI i ii
Congressional Record Florida will be entitled to pension HAS APPEALED TO TUB GOOD i and state residence! requir") i deliveryter iie upon ri 4'j"' .

Reveals that House Bill 18079 TEMPLARS TO INTRODUCE ,I Tuition $- I New Singer ma.-hlnea 'traile a. i
if he 50
serves one day or
pllc'K'us close 1 ..ltpnc1.. 195;!. Ad- I on leasotiablr' t'-rot.
Introduced by Lex Green. enacted years, and if he pays into pension THEIR ORDER INTO ETHIOPIA : PEN & PENCIL i iI I dre1dical "h..ol'nh'.r"I,,' of
(NATIONAL PROHIBITIONIST GENERAL CONTRACTORSPHONE Miami <'oral< (:"1.1.- 4 into law C'stablishel'Veterans' fund. Lex Green is stiU! SETS iteMt -100 Ogravtd Wediliiig. Invi-, ,,
APRIL 19.)'.) I| lions! on fine .
Hospital at Bay against pensions for congressmen I rag-eont.-lir i", i|>' I II
i 3 4 iL, SMI t:-<\-t'\11i; j-.ncrete block" | onl$16 ->5 Bradford I',> i rj
Pines. House Bill 4707 intro- and senators.CONGRESSIONAL. I I IV pich Al, cement mortar mix I j Telegraph .

duced by Lex Green incorporated RECORD 1- BILL FOLDS : I P. 0. BOX 5:5: HAMPTON and steel windows. Bradford P.n.tn..rlnJr -. ;
FLA. ; Co. 4t 5 '16; SERVE: CiAS RKFRIiJKKATOP.ft: ;
in Committee. Bill passed page 6171 reveals Lex Green : cnsounE''GOSSIP*: : I R.-gularlv priced II' $2'i:! <>', t>.
authorized construction of barge APARTMKXT FOR TF.XTI| WM.idi.tun 1 ed to -ell at $t7'' ". y i-

canal across Florida. House voted to pass House Bill 17061, I IdentificationBRACELETS I 1 Or inquire at Farm Home & Auto Supply in Stark Inquire, at Chamber ofC..mnierpe beat thie on-' l'i.le.. O n ,

providing bonuses for World It 1
Bills 58-17. 5791 5801 5799 By"Shorty" RADIOS REPAIRED
War veterans and also reo'eal& 2fj-W
nut sxi.i': IY: C'VNEFl.)1)fl.rfl 1
and 5796 introduced by Lex til Make ill '1delslirasunable
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\ his vote to pass it over i ?- lot T T '''ml'I I Ill: I
Green brought postoffice build President's veto. I I'o47".. Sf.rlF1.1 V C.rrvst ) ', I <"n t... "-. llFpIIIu1)a

ings to Jasper, Lake City.Madi 1 4td'lt'! ; 5 ::', -._'t UI'.iI n. ,... k J'.. _'"__...L.. .Ek.. ._.....,.
Records reveal more federal For GIRLS --
and -
son. Monticello Perry I 1'.
monies were spent for war activities I I

and internal improvement Pearl 1 .... ._
House Bill 15031 introducedby I Compacts -
in Lex Green's congres I ? : *.. VOTE FOR
Lex Green Included in Riversand E.I .
sional district than in any tin- I .arrlngsUhinestonl'S I I
Harbors bill passed gave
trict in the South. Based upon I
surve) s of Suwanfcce River _
he and wilt: .,, .
Valley. this record can -- Manicure Sets BRAilEY
out his -: : Q :,
carry Program .t ,
House Bill 4843 introduced by Jewel IJoxesKirthstone

for re-activation of Military ..... I i (
Lex Green passed as incorporated --- Kings II !
bases and internal improvements -
in Appropriations Bill pro. "We like to LINE UP ruwbusiness" I;
if returned tr
vided grave monuments for .
Congress. His 20 years: service I For BOYS
Confederate Veterans. ,

will give him preference in i ---------------------- ,
House Bill 9681 introducedby ODHAMI
1 Jewelry by Anson I!
Lex Green passed and wa? I We believe that our excellent ,

enacted, into law deeded to Uv place him again as dean of I rest rooms add much to our Konsnn Lighters

City of Fernandina seventeen Florida delegation. This ir I gruwingli.t of .i accordance with House U.ilc? :
acres of beach front. I I tomersTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. Watch Hands
and Practice.
House Bill 10933 introducedby I

Lex Green enacted establiShed : .'OI THE ITTl'KK I Sunbeam Shave-

naval stores turpentine) If you return me to Congress LIBBY :Masters I FOR GOVERNOR

experiment station at Olu-=tt'o?. by your vote on May 2" ; ,

House Bill 9969 introducedby I shall utilize the training an'

Lex Green brought two million t'x rit.'nchich you haw- I Sales & Service ROBERTSJEWELRY I- I ON MAY 27

dollars addition to"e't. given me there through alm>,;t I

erans' Hospital in Lake City 20 years service and use rny LL I

House Bill 14711 and :2SU! contacts and strength' there I Kaiser Frazer
Lex Gr 'n incorporated for: The- reactivation and u ,i The Man
introduced I
DE.\LEHSIlIp. It:? West ( all St To Throw
in Committee Bill by their corps of our now Racketeers And Their
Temple Ave. l Ph 32
passed. restricted alien immigration abandoned facilities and bases Ca,,'! Be

.. comnellt'd, identification at Palatka. Lake City. Cros-<

City. Perry and Gaines\ule:! : : I Hough Bossed Hired Politicians Out Of Your

House Bill 3020 introduce* the redredging and further improvement : ,

by Lex Green provisions included of our harbors at :

in Committee Bill passed Cedar Key. Fernandina ardStemhatchee or Bluffed Government

and gave funds for tick and and for a new MCGRIFF MOTORSYour

screw worm control. harbor improvement at Horseshoe ,

House Bill 12596 introducedby : the release and immediate : I

Lex Green enacted refunded u-e of now impoundedfunds I II

tobacco tax to growers. of four million four I PONTIAC. Dealer BRAILEY ODHAM OFFERS HIGHWAY% BUILDING PLAN ON

Impeachment Resolution hundred thousand; dollars ;or I ,, '

sponsored by Lex Green im enlargement and improvements SOLICITS YOUR AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS.

peached by House vote Hslsted of the Veterans' Hospital I '

Ritter.Senate Federal and Judge.removed convictedby froir struction at Lake of City the and government for con I JlYDROI.\TIC SERVICE BASIS OF NEED AND SUBJECT

office. hospital owned site at Gainesville ( ON YOUR PONTIAC AND OTHER 1I 1

House Bill 10031 introducedby of a Veterans' facility am.' I MAKE OF AUTOMOBILE I

Lex Gren included In Navy for continuation at Camp To The Vote Of The PeopleDON'T

Committee bill passed established Blanding of rebuilding it and --

Naval Air Station at making it into a permanentfort ,

Jacksonville.Lex : for rewriting and amending I \\Ve hare the most modern and finest equipment

Green's record reveal the old age pension and I

eight years perfect attendance social security law to providethe I obtainable as well as a factory-trained BE MISLED BY THE POLITICIANSHAS

and voting record of Lex maximum amount now allowed ;' mechanic to serve you.

Green and that hll:0 :jear by the government for I
attendance and! voting record all persons 63 years of age or I
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and --eseece------ - --
was the best in Congress. Ht-- older and to eliminate I --

resigned from Congress in fal1 abolish red tape and inspectton OUR PRICES & OTHER TERMS: ARE REASONABLE DAN MCCARTY

of 94I to join United State and other existing hams-; .. ; ,
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N'avy.Record. sing questions and semces.; ;

reveals Lex Greer shall fight corruption and dishonesty -

voted against and helped tc ; government and if \ CALL 203 FOR INSTANT SERVICE OFFERED A PLAN ?

kill pension bill for Congressmen occasion demands again use _

and that legislation w& the! power of impeachment tc
I Temple Avenue and Pratt Street
passed for this purpose after bnng about honesty, integrityand

he left Congress. Any congressman faith of our people in our Starke. Fla.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
elected :May 27 in government i

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ST.liKE, FLORID; I'KIIlY7MY' 23,19V -- ----


Don't. Leave The Job Half Done Vote Again May 27

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I DEMOCRATIC What's Left To' Be Voted On?





I To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHTof the name A President

nf thp... r*>rs-on for whom .YOU desire to vote.
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I i CONGRESSIONAL PARTY OFFICE For Delegate Democratic National V'fii.ugh I Senator Dick Russ,'I'! a.

I w n, '..tit I
over Senator
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS Convention, State-at-Large Estt\s 1''
:I For Delegate National Democratic 4eI MU by more than SO,000.i'i,: ', 1

Eighth Congressional District WOMEN IP mida's!> "preferential prIma!

Convention, StateatLargeMEN on May 6-the real test rte,

(Vote for One) (Vote for Four) ba> 'i for convention dele>g- i.t>suu

I me at the polls on Ma2:
i-I (Vote for Four) ) S. J. D. ALDEIDIAI 1I1 1-I ..ai f M-. ,.al>l's popularity may ti.-1

LEX GREEN Itussell Candidate) III' t 1" be an actual handicap ;

i; PAUL IcHAE AVERITTEtl'ledged I MARY BERGMAN: -- w,. second Primary show do1': :
I-I 1-. II' "the'
D. R. (Billy) MATTHEWSSTATE fur uell; Pledged for Eisenhower) that he h.i- >

,-. pledged delegates on : 4IyI
C. )1. L'RITTFAIUUS I I, FRANCES G. BROWN 1( (nan he needs. Kef.iiA: \ t t'I < ,

Pledged fur Itussell) other hand has Ju-t "" '

: URYAXT !-I MRS. FRANK 1 X. CARROLQll I,. I ) t1 timber.: Because Kiiss: ,, '
FOR (Russell Candidate) I ,, ( Hul!>!ell Candidate) ,have such a wide cho" ,

( for One) DOYLE) Eo CARLTON II .I- MRS A.,G. CHAPPELL I II .':'.ult t" "in such them an extent"scatu-ir ttuttI' '_ !

Russell Candidate, (I'ledjf-il for y ;
Kefauver) J ''r .,"f s
I, :-f f with t n
DAN MCCARTYI CECIL B. CARltOLL ,- MRS. \ .W. (Peggy) EHRMANN I- -- ,h: :. ,.: tte.
(fledged fur Kd.tu\'t) I
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W. N.res( ) COLEMAN: MRS :M. B. FULLER Richard B. Russell
: 'I Estes i Kefatner
(Plt'llg..d fur u"111) (Ku.ssell:: Candidate)
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I Pledged fur Russell) I Ii I A Governor I IUraile


(Pledged for Kf-fauvt) i j (Pledged for Russell)

: District Three f_, .
H, L. [A TIllS I I ANN B. MILLER 4 ]In the First Primary f l r -

(Vote for One) (1'1'dg..d for lu"bdll t (Pledjjt for Kefatner) Han on May
I- polled 361.427 vote
I I I FRANCIS l\I. lcIlALE MIISTRUBY; McCHESXEYRussell -- t the biggest total ever cast for

(Pledged for General Douglas racArthur) \ ( Candidate) nndidate in a Florida 'It'dlnll t
H. A. (Buddy) BISHOP JR. !=I I
I J. EARL MYERS II I- MRS. AMMON McCLELLANPledged ha I I3ayk. w, Hi wa.s only I 1 06 per cent short v t

e fledged for Kefauver) I ( for Kefauver) SM -unprecedented First Pnmai> ,
IRA WILSON I I I '* .n over his three opponents yerl

-, EDWARD L. SEIPLE MRS. LOUIS E. NATT I Bailey: Odham the runner-up
CONSTABLE (Pledged for Kefauver) 'I_ 7* ,M*< eiied 1 232,565 '"otes--some 12H,

RAYMOND: SHELDON I EDNA PEARCE 00i)(( short of McCarty's impn-s.siv

District One (Pledged for Kt"fJun) I I (Pledged' for Russell) I ""t-tl At that, however, Odham i.
1 1- I t Cf ';cst finish was one of the

(Vote for One) FRANK O. TAYLOR. JP I r' JANET B. (:Mrs. Lucian) THOMAS I+1- a a 5 the election as he was stirpn.sti' vault!|

i I (Pledged' for Russell) I ISIRS. uudi- a
riled in the early
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j (itusrell I ( a ( I (Pledged for UusnelU Suii the First Primary ">h

I-" JAMES: T, VOCELLEfTtussrll \ I se ceibelieve that Odham na

D. B. THOMAS I I ftudldat..t I '(Ins inui'd to gain votes larg-'l bv

For Delegate National Democratic I hi:' radIO and television appeal
.L1 anJust how much he higrtin
('on\" tinn.
-- il will be learned on Mas 27

I Eighth Congressional; l District I Dan McCarty Odham

, Russell's Delegate Surplus Might Cause Confusion; MEN e w >

Voters Should Study List Before Going to Polls -PHILIP BARTON(Vote for One) I A Congressman I ILex

There has been, and still is, a1 Ministers Discuss I f I'l-"g..d for Kefauver)

lot of confusion among supporterrof RUSSELL Law Enforcement i -FRED-M. CONE Additional interest is III}' "'f'
the candidacy of Senator
( i 11.iell (candidate) I lilt" the Second Primary Richard B. Russell for Presidentdue With a e the I
CANDIDATESFollowing Officials -- --- fact that a local candidateLex zrt
to the fact that the Georgian I Green ,' ,,
i Ii is in the run-ott for
n apparently so popular that his The Starke Ministerial Association For Delegate National congress from _
I : is the list of delegates Democratic new Eighth
announcement started an avalanche -j met with Sheriff P. D. Reddish j District
that have been designatedby I with D R. (Billy i Matthews _
of delegates hopping on nigbandwagon Russell's State Campaign and Mayor J. R. Wainwright i Convention i of Gainesville.

asking for the privy : j recently in the interest of
Headquarters as having bt'enappro.t'd I good i i ij Green, who-represented I thi. >idsiiiiid
Eighth Congressional District
lee of attending the National and endorsed Russell 'j goxeinment and law enforcement 1 J I District
by j I in Congn'- ""
Convention as Russell-pledged del himself: J, The Association commended both | WOMEN 1' years, polled 21.367 vot' .. ir
eg rtes. I Mat at large the county and city officials for;| i 'I i. First Primary, being H .'KD f

Although\ this might be an indication (Glen) I the splendid way the election, ? (Vote for One) ', s ohort of a First I'i in'
of Russell's popularity in KARRIS BRYANT: Marion ', handled on May 6, and particularly M s.

Florida. actually it could work out County legislator and SpeakerDesignate for enforcing the state law pro -MRS.- -EDWIN----- It.-ANDREWS- H..t t i II i Green and Matthewrators < 5

to his detriment lcause the over | hibiting the sale of beer on elec- 'f i
of the House of Rep 1 I':'" .-' 11 (fin,.1 I i" and are cm >
plus of delegates might divide the resentatives. j tion day. The ministers discussed Ill. K the finishing tout i

Russell vote to such an extent that DOYLE:' E. CARLTOX: former with the sheriff and the mayor MYRTIE.: .G. .BROWN; ) 111 im, .. 16 ,', .S-.
Kefauvei's delesues methods of mutual cooperatIOn' I..1! I L I
I Senator Estes Governor of Florida I t< thiVacation

> ofshich there are just FRANK D. UPCHURCH: St | make for a better city and, com

the! right number, would poll\ the Augustine; attorney and member i, munitv Aaong:: the matters d:". I I'I

full Kefauver strength and thus of the State Democratic t cussed was the enforcement of _-La- I [I

b elected I Executive CommIttee i( State Law 859.06 concerning the Buy Stepladders/ At Your Own Risk : _
The Russell candidacy: has been JAMES T. VOCELLE: former i sale of cigarettes and wrappers Ui Ti green I) U Bill I Matthew'

t father confused by the periodic member of the Parole Commission i.minors which\ reads as follows: Says High Court In Sistrunk Case

announcement of this and that and former State Beverage "No person shall sell, barter .

person's' favored list of dt'leg'att's.L1kest' : Commission dnecior. furnish, or give away, or indirectly The nov t'" "- : ', i'n '
i' i ili-.i I'" I"r:; tt t j J".I| do no: Some Welfare Clients SchoolAt I Mitt'hell! will sona' .1 l :
some delegates. pre :Mate at Large! to any minor. any cigarette. lald.'r011',1: > b> 'I. >.;. i. I' ,r J *' ,
f: the school
and also
u--uii i :ii': d
,.,u u.M\ pledged t to HlI 8elhaw\ (Women) cigarette wrapper or any substi- 2 '.\ ,.f'"i.; ,. ::; tIme miffed by being left off MRS J. D. ALDERMAN 1 tote for either, or for. nut i
: procure or much use t to she th.> -ile-.nnr! ladder the '.' "
on other hunl. ppseni Grants In Start June 9 I 11.'IS1'J I : 1
one h-t or another and have even'I A of persuade advise, counsel because May .
I prominenttic worker or compe your judgement is &<' an equal I opportunity for iuspec.ttc I iI i I supenn1.l' ,. i J',
\01' far as tn switch tc I: Jacksonville and of I any child under said to smoke'' his I I
gone sister Mrs age good as > i\- ".r Ir >r. i hi .
> ? h iu-tomer and sales lit'p ":(!l"iit f'hildioi and needy. Th.! F :M.th" Kefauver 01 to declare themselves Iva T. Sprinkle Both cigarettes. Any '1 ,
are person violating: Supreme Court
n.. One can know as much :i't : blind will god inrreascd grant yo Starke m J 1.J I oiidiu tits annual! | wnght.siij.i r i,' t
unpledgedSo daughters of the late \V. the provision.of this The '' j .
C. : section shall i! court's opinion, filed:
i a salesman of I !I/o< <
I a stepladder simp'j ; many instances In Mar because Vacation Churl h School, Jun' Kindergarten ; in
i i
different lists of Townsend of Lake Butler. for the first offense, '
far upon con 125. upheld a Circuit Court< dismissal "
by looking it. the Theme of tti- \ '
at the JI.n'
I SupremeCourt I there are fewer! persons on ft-20. for children between the age I
Russell\ delegates have been publicized MRS. FRANK X CARROLL viction thereof, be fined net more; by Judge John A H Mur ''School .. .
opinion said. 'th.s I tJO'
: assistant) i- rolls now than there of 4 and 12, it way announced : \ 'i.
i JR., IVnsai-ola. than S50. nor less than $10; ant'? i, phree of suit for S25.00C( I "
a \ The Sistrunk Store was repre- I wore July 1. 1951 the start of this week by the pastor, the Rev. Bible. Th d \I" :'lent i:
t The list "personally selected MRS, M I. i*. FULLER i i for a second and subsequent ofi I damages brought by Mrs. Ahcf' rented in the case bv the local: i the fiscial year Rev S E. Spark Thomas G. Mitchell. Mrs. T. G.[ will be as follows: I. r der&'

ant endorsed". by Russell himself weekly newspaper publisherof 1 i tense, upon conviction thereof. Lambert of New York Stat> firm 'of Williams & Futchi l who 's District 5, Board Member. i "Stories about Je,>. 1', iI'?'

These are distinguished by Bunnell be fined' not 1: against Joe Sistrunk and C. A i ; said this week. "Child Life in Bib1. *--" i
more than $100 nor ,
the line (Russell\ Candidate) under ( MRS RUBY MoCHESNEY, less' than 1: Futch. partners doing business a; Marine CommissionsMay | Grants for flip aged have been cipate with the Stateshe wa earning to Kr, .'. the i;.,'

their name on the ballot. I Madison. S10, and to which may Sistrunk Feed &: Seed CoIn ;I continuously paid at the maximum receiving $50,40. or SO per cent of,I The school will '> h.-' '

:2 The list prepared and r'commended *lh rung. Hi't. be added imprisonment in the her bill of complaint Mrs Be Earned '! provided in Federal and State requirements '. the budgeted need. "Budgeted.week-day mom,(II,: Jut. 'I I _

by National Committeeman (Man) i county pail for any period not exceeding -,. Lambert alleged that: a ladder sh' This Summer need" is what is established by i, from 9 to 11 &.1' ttrk,'-
:FRED M. CONE: Gainesville
JerryV., Carter. business man and city :i, 60. days." bought from Sistrunk's broke will i I Revised laws and regulation the Welfare Department for; will participate ,r. i"as i,

3. The list picked by E. B. commissioner : I her causing her to break her forearm :?: gr Thomas E Beck of the I affected many persons receiving' minimum living: requirements after follows: KL i..urt-, V-

of the State 'Browning Plans and fracture her left shoulderShe local Haring Recruiting Office atIGainesville assistance The any income or other kind of resource -I
Donnell, chairman (\\'c'man) II i expanded Old Agr Ii J. R. Wainwrigh' r- i '. l'
ExecutiCommittt"e.. was visiting her brother in hi-' haannounced that and Survivor Insurance has been deducted from the i
Democratic .
Nth I >ng:; I>i>t. To Lease I home east of the I j total I Darby, Mrs. Le. Ui- M
Hampton at
i AirparkRoy tim as his personal preference. MRS EDWIN H. AND I area college graduatesand : (Social Security i probably re I .
of the accident. seniorwill have suited Grants in May are being in I Frow Strickland. .I' MM l li
Senator Kefauver's delegate REWS.: Alachua County State oppor- j in many no longer needing
situation is not so confusing a! Democratic Executive Committeewoman H Browning operator of Mrs. Lambert alleged that th r +ninitv to earn commissions in th. public assistance, and stricter creased to the maximum allowedby Jordan; Primary sir- K:

he will have on the ticket only Keystone> Airpark and Florida salesman represented that the ladder Marine Corps this summer.I I' regulations and legal requirement law. but still are short of actua' Matthews, Mrs. Olin Wh.i .--

Aviation was "strong", that it Wool I Married were responsible for others nc needs in many instances, Rev II i
the required number-ten delegates Academy, states that his e or single!:; college grad I Mrs A. G. Loudon Mr <
labeled Pledgedfor "last a lifetime", and that thf t; uates: between 20 and 27 old longer being on the rolls making Sparks said A widow, for in
: all clearly ( "I am profoundly grateful foi r retiring and that the Airpark years i IcComb, Mrs. M. R. Judd 'o''
customer; would "never break it"I additional stance, with no other income or
are eligible for the funds available for their
Kefauver(I. j i the effective support of so man y; will be available program.
for lease. I'
I I The Court however dismisses P Senior who will graduate at the meeting requirements, Rev living resource and with three, H. A. Stafford; Mm E. K P -
slate' fine candidates for delegate tithe r
,'ieof the conflicting ,
In I' Democratic National Cone' The park consists of approxi I these remarks as "obviou.ly tradiI end of the current semester alsc Spark said. young children obviously would I I man; JUnlOrtrs. T.I I'J MIchell.
of Russell delegates it would I i imatelv 2.SOO talk" and "not of such need more than 163 a month, although -
significant ei
acres, .
suitable fois '
tion. I wish that \se could to r I are eligible. Man grants for the blind anc'rhUdffn I Mrs Lela Garbett Mif I "
the Russell supporters'best i' as to send us a prolonged ev. that is the maximurr
seem that i them all to Chicago but, $since thi: grazing and farming. The area on ;?gt. Beck who visits Starke were'below actual f fL. Farber Miss Anne Crf'o4l'r
cursion into the law which can be granted through the
implied warranty"
hope of winning would be tc : i is impossible. I am confrontei j: is totally fenced and well drained I each Tuesday announced that "budgeted needs" during the most i
settle upon one set of delegates with the hard choice of choosin] Mr Browning has sold most of i. persons interested in this programt of the year. because it appeared/ I THANKS: TEtiCR\ni:
If Senator Russell among valued and trusted friends"So '. Mrs. Lamberts: lawyers argue d t I should: contact him as soon *? that appropriated fund* would no* Rev. Sparks said authority for
and stick to them. with the deepest appreciation :i aircraft retaining only a sea- that the decision handed down u j possible His office hours arI be enough; to meet minimum living, the change had been received from I Dear Mr. Matthews: Thank s .
has selected and approvedlist a plane for his personal use. H. Smith Incan. Sherwood Smith. State Welfare '
vs. Burdine's I'f" .
for the support of all a [ I p.m. to 5 p m. requirements within the limit: for YOUr interest and the pl1bl1r.I :)>
himself it would certainly{ 'only In Order to assure that division rid i- 1 I 1 has recently built a home on Lake Blanton vs. Cudahy Packing C o. fixed by law! and regulations. ', Director. The step was based on given to the Bradford County
ofigdom : I': involving lipstick and canne<1 Muss Elizabeth\ Lawson and Mrs action of the State Welfare Board I
seem the better part of our support will not d e. Brooklynn near Keystone Height? If a blind person' actually need Schools "Field Da ", whu:
I food should to stepladder' :F Marion Carrey of Atlanta Ga.J of which Emmet Safay is chair I Negro >
for his supporters to stick to thi? feat the will of the people I ask !; and plans to live there permanently : apply I ed $50 a month for his living needs
: I as well. J spent the weekend with Miss Law- : man sometime ago when the j went far in helping to make in
it. the people of Florida to sup he was being granted J47. or 9!
list elect i ,
and ly doing electronic '
try to : some research tons parent;*. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Board approved grants up to th- l affair a huge success L AIL
The Court held however, thathese
the Russell Approved CandidateI I per cent: and if a widowed mother
list I
In his selected in the field that he j Lawson Charles Lawson of Jack-
announcing was associated I biennuimas
maximum fo the
1 for delegate cases were not similar. a' with three children actually needed legal Humes, Supervisor Eddie Thorns
of Russell said: d': sonvalle was also: home for the
delegates Senator I with during the last war l.pst.tk a chemical compound, am .eeke.d $53 the' maximum In which the funds because available. kins Principal P.JE High stux '


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.NOTICi: TO APPEAR |lE W Haves !Sub PiVK.n. in !P.' <'- I II IN'2 of NWL of S\4 _

In Circuit Court. llradford County'i'| ti.n'J,tI'lorIda : and :: :. T"" tt n-t'p t : f; Snub I & 10:1" of \VL4 & \V i Original To.n 01 !!"lIrJ.e :s I ::

: In Chancery.' r>ang" 22 Ea:: ,t. .aid Pl.it 1':... ..".\\.01 ::o ft "f :sV'4: ofE14 The E :to ft of Lots
Alphen W I 1ark. Phil;in"ff, % !''in,, Plat Hook 2 p.-lt 4' puh''c: i j :' Ex'ol F. \Vig. I :. 4. "f Dlk 2!
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uiia ri.irk. I I' -( ui.int I' Leon DCandlo:
( 'a .. :Xo 'tr: i l.Hecords: of Bradfordinty: \ Flori- gins land on\: 15 E :0 1(06 P. 1. CkWfll .91 DO S n ft of the N 111

T.. Paula S Cl.ii k, wh--t I' 'I. da. WI. of'I, oj NEL. I rtf E 80 rt of B'lk

lien, .. I if. ; (I'llkn'lWIl. j| Tins May ::;th. 1 !>:.2 I & NE'- Cf NW'.. :3 Ii II f.O P. 1.. Sockwell 20 ,51 29 nil "xtt'nded OD

You are hereby notified that a i The Board of County Commissioners I En'er's Map AV .' > '
-lilt for Divorce has been filed of Bradford T."n 01 trw lUtes Sf'tU.D. :a:1 G C) Corn at SW Cor of 'n

I Against you In the above named ] County. Florida. I Madison .I: Bay StsIl

Burgess MrDOWCA. Court and cause and you are required Ily: M. O. HARRELL. Lots 4, 5. 6. Blk U Mason Thomas 12 :13 run S 231 ft for a
yj.ura to serve a copy of your answer I Chairman. Lot 4. Elk 32 JessIe Sewtl1E14 : 4 it pt of beg thence
= I or pleadine- the complaint on [ iN & E% of NW run W' t05 ft 8 U"
NEBRTiereln 5/9 4t
-' - the Plaintiff's Attorney Hay Scl-j I & NW% of SE% U 1 20 20 U. D. Johns 153.1;69 ft P. 1't5 ft N5h
tlt-n. Selden PuildinK. Daytona Beach. I It to of bee n I n .
\\ I think of far off> to cheer yourself up, is to cheer I Florida. and file the original Delia: W. l ....ltosLhlnJ"IOh. .
in the office of Clerk ::oricn TO .\I'Plan'n Ward City: S 7 .
the of the II TI'uten
SID ot ::NE: .,
places that will over stay young someone else. Circuit Court on or before the 16th: Clrrult Cvurt. Bradford County N1134 :s G ::2

heart. I make rani en. Mng. Ben Johnson-"No man is good day of June, 1SZ2! :; ; wtherwi..e, the | Florida! In Cki>rrr. Wtl I. Z. 10. 11 ClIIkI Lot 2 of Dlk 1J jty.
my | Lloyd H. 11(1fl ,
Christopher Lois
allegations of said Complaint will be: G.IIParkr I, 2 of Blk 15 "
dream and >ay a prajer. because his grandfather was. taken as confessed by you. Helen! Christopher, Defendant. L 8. t, 10, 11 of Ii :17ots W 6! ft of BIka

I can hear a song sparrow This notice shall be published I Case Xo. 9116titice j Elk 1 O. W. Dan7 4.:26ot 15. 16 It E 1/4 of
once each week for four consecutlv To Appear. 2 of Dlk 1! BIb 17 18
withered patriarchThis I\ B. D. Stotto hack
like ,
How a I.:11 \
II "
I its nesting Its song 1:1: D
singing song. weeks In the Bradford County TeUj I j To: Helen Christopher, whose res- I Lot 5 of Dlk 18 Earl G. Cook a.'f8 S" of Rlk :6 Jessie -

weary wrinkled antique has always made my heart light. graph. j I iiPateil id..I1@ i lot: Skyland, North Carolina Lots 5. 6. 7. 8 of Vlk 1 Lot 30 It N &: S bJ' t.rti n y i .
this 12th day of May ni: :2! | aOFFICIAT. nd whose address IsP.. 60 ft E
O. Box :3i: i. I 20 & W In SE
hi J.
ghost has back to ? W. Thomas
My wren come 4.1
( SKAL) A. J. ThomasClerk Skyland North Carolina. ..PI.1% of SE' 7 20 .1 : : (' 01 Lot 2 of Elk
covered Evelyn .
to of the Circuit Thomas !%.: 7r
That clings mossy It Court
of the
the side
nest on By Myrtle T. You are hereby notified tnat a All N\V of :-W14 N horn r A'f:
Deaver Deputy Clerk
banks- suit for divorce has been of P.d 15 'I n One Lot 45:; ft N & S
is early this year. Tomorrow is 5; 1C 4t 6/6 j I %I 1. Z. WIlliams 13:92
vanished host. filed against :you in the above namA ll P.1.2 jf NE'. of by 60 ftEI: W In

A passage for a mine and Don's wedding anni ed Court and cause and you are required NE'3 N of lId 16 7 :0 Z 1. Z. WIlilama 12 I$7 NFl 'or oC Lot I of

It crouches where the willows versary. It is our sixth. The 25th | to serve a copy of your an- All N\\' of SW Elk 7 A Tn.1..1 I .

.: TO AI'PIlll i swer or pleading to the complaint I ot P.d 21 'I !20! 12 N. G. Heath 2.!". Lot 2 & F. 2 It of Lot : II

bend- is my son's birthday. So many In Circuit (.....rf. Ilrndford (......,.., i on the Plaintiff's Attorney, Zach H.Douglas E'.4 of SEI jf NEtS 22 S 21 O Maude E, Leslie 16 :'7 30f B1k36 101 a T"!I".

An engineering age apart- happy things to think about and Florida < In Chancery.Rffie 505 Lynch Pliil.linp, Jacksonville !'E% of NW'4 of SE14 21 'I 22 :0 E. C. Green 16.:! Lots 3. 4. 0 f Blk 4 0 Ja'ksc'n ; :

drives L when car I &
And grumbles a the days fly swiftly. My irises are i \\ Johnson. 1/ Lots 2. 3. of Blk "r !Ie .,
alley Defendant. t in the office of the Clerk of the ;I rom 195 ftWofSE / U 8&Uie W11: .
through, I i in bloom. The tulips and soon the (';teN.. :9139:: t I Circuit Court on or before the 2nd I I Cor orWt.. of '.i.sI :

Complains to every horse drawn I I Xotlce To Appear. iday of June, 1952: otherwise the allegations I I !: & run N 3G Lhilnasfo,,. Trull" .t e.'. AJJttt.. t. Slar1..
.. :'J
T. : Frank Waller .lolin-on. "hll"
'l.MITIO 41
My e i
peonies and spirea hedge. of said ftE 765ftS 300 Lots :0
cart. I : residence u; (I'nknown. Complaint will betaken I 3. I A: S 8 ft of
"i as confessed Ly I ftV 165 It to pt Lot 4 of flit 14

But when a lad with berry pail strawberry patch is just full of i'suit You for are Divorce hej-eby has notifies been that filed a This notice shah oe yon.published I I of Leg :S 7 :1 n D. D. Dan :9J ', Lot.. 6. i. 8. 9 of Blk Floyd Gr.r .

Comes whistling down the dusty bloom. I want to make preserves: against you in the above named I I I one each week for four consecutive Lnts 41. 4%. In Wood- Ii "
Court and cause and, you are required weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I lawn 12 5 :'4w' 10 A. A.. Qtenten Ii.12 Lot 11. Rlk 21 Pntrnq ('arr

a lane, from the surplus ones. I may even to serve a copy of your answer graph. Is of Lot 14 In Nof Lot4&: all 'm Pal 11 '

Then scampers through the or pleading the complaint on the I Dated this :30th: day of April 1952.! :; j Woodlawn 18 Ii 22 3 CarltoD G. Williams 2 i 6 LOtS&SOfLl5t ,

freeze some. Plaintiff's \tturn..)'. Zai h 11. Doug (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas EI'o., of NW1.. of SEI 23 5 U 10 Elizabeth PriDe 4.i 74 6, Ex E 25 tt Elk

darkened bridge la''t. 50.1: LyiU'h litiildiiiK. Clerk of the Circuit Court BartellDlk )9 Tl'mple's Add to

It chuckles feeling young again. My heart sings an old song. ville, Florida.: ind file the Ja.k..n'I I By Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk 15. Ex Lot 1 Starke II

1 I in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 5/2:! 4t 5/23 I Town of LawteyW Lot 3 01 Elk U. I 22 roo E.L: :.' p
Dorothy H. Hughes Oh, the days of summer, glad Court on or before II... 16th dayof of ny. 23 5 22 :F. P. Moore :0.1 81 Pl'l'k'I Addition to ., ",

and and bright. June 1952 : otherwise the ..tlleKitticvis In Circuit Court, lhrad ford County, S of Ink 25, Town Starke 23

These days I have time to rest, pure i <>f said Compljinl will he taken Florida' In Chancery.Kzekiel I (If Lawtey W or P.y:3 i 22 Geo F Young 2.76stn E U Wm. J. ( "
Golden with the sunshine full as confessed by you. : La vind. Plaintiff. vs. ) 0
and think. I love to recall This Sin i tli also I eli, I'ar" Sfl) W. .t C's Add
dream notice shall l>e published I IP Lavind. known aSmitiiie f oll.n"f.. : fo StarT.e ::8
of RaiInar: Section. ::s.t ::; &. :4 41
in other states where I of sweet delight. once each week for four consecutiveweeks i : Tolit-n.. Defendant. :.: Lots 1. 2. 5. 6: 7; I: of

places in the Dradford County Tele- I t'a.-e :Xo. 9117 'tL ot( 1 SID of Ink 16 I Elk I
have lived. The above poem abouta of graph. ; Order tlf Publication And Notice I W :to It nl Lots 1. 2 Arnold! ,0;, '
I think of every one you. Hated this 14th .. !i Tot t 1 S'D of Dlk 16 Zi fj 12 Lucille <t1 2..45orn 'I.
lay ( M.i 1 lf'r.2 of Elk 2
covered bridge, reminds me of > \ |>|>eiir; "'a(. Of Floridn To! i p, At S'\' Con of
God bless you all, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomas. Sinithie l.avind. also known as I Lots i.2offllkIt Eric P: ;t. ,',
wooden bridges in I Clerk of the Lot 17 & run E li5 >
the old covered Circuit Court I Gallkln
I LOVE-LURA I'nlll hi. Tolien. whose residence is: I AddItIon
By :Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk ft N )00 Ct for pt of
Indiana. The one I recall scj! Opelika Alabama. I to Town of tarke 2)
: theses N C
Ig run U
I ::. i n; 4t >ii.i'li'n ; I 'Lot 5 FIn '
is across Sand creek and I You are required to appear on | 104 ft E 16 It S tal'I..1' Heights ) (; '1 ., _
vividly I I | June ;2.! li2! :;:!, in the above named I 104 ftV 126 fl to I Replat It 1 n ,

have never crossed it without a 1 I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ) pt of beg Corn at a pt on the N Roland f wart .
.. Itradford Oiunlj Mabel r
feeling of being in another age. i| In Circuit ( .rf. : TIc Circuit ( ..IinI or .1..he I'.iulitliJudicial : I seeks divor. Bradford County Iw 160 ft of the Nft Jfnklu 4..21 1'111.of the A S n & "
Florida! la Chanttry.Maudine c: It '
t'In/lilt Of Telegraph shall publish this Orderin where
Albert Florida. In \ ndFor 3i6 or Lot 17
I'lalntiff vs. Aaron
:I have crossed through it many Stewart.Defendant. I llrudford Coinilt. In ( liuncery. i next four weekly issues. I E '4nftheN35ft Jenkina 1.1 't'qmor..land itt."r"sses .

times in a horse and buggy. Once L Stewart. Case Xo. 9135 Witness my hand and official I'pall( rot Lot 31 the R'\\ oftlusASR&flRfl

brother. Order of Publication And 'SotItc ToAppear In 1't'.1.''iiteIhii'Ann Pi rker. Minor i at Starke. Florida this May< 1, 1952.IS' 165 tt of Lot 32 Isaac Felton 2.76 .
on a wagon with my 1 ('hi lei. Case :Nit.'i:M I :::6 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas V.ot U Alien Scott 3.11 .. "II the E side Of

Such a lovely old bridge. There Albert 1 j :.No'iitKTO: 'riitNIIHIOW: As Clerk of said Court I Lot 50 ttk In Will Lee ..a 8 said St I run N
of Florida To: 1..1
State P.v Myrtle T Heaver Peputy ClerkChas. parallel
i with i
c'I "I: NP. 'lOr (4 Lot 3fW
are several such bridges in southern teart.:' who e residence and address 1' The State: nf Florida, : to- J.lh..ll'ar-: U. Hess. 204-05; Guaranty Life I I 01 Kingsey I 'I'lmorpland tOO

Indiana. I hope they will is: Unknown. I|I ker whose resilience- I unknown, |i P.uildiiiK'I I Jacksonville: i I l Florida. I Itt Lake Rd ? ft for a pt of

You are required to appear on a-iil to the unknown father, "( Ji .\ > 1'. for Plf. 5 2 4t 5/23 i w 1 A or l.ot 43 Rnjamh1 Finn 2.36 I: h, Ir thence .'ti_

preserve and keep them. They June 16, 1S52\ In the above name.l, quelute Ann I'arker. minoi. child, ..IIH. | I' l...t 411 .II:: Lot 48 I:1E harry Kitties 3.07 J' 'nllp' :of parallel
If have Court and cause, vi herein plaintiff to all "ilh I
of history. you personhaving "l" Wutmor.-
are a part "'allllllll: S I :1 t & Ex S 1/3
ofInaitlt'1 (1'1 : IVIT.MIOV | J.
restoration W.
I seeks divori-e and any] right to noblnaoD i 1.,1
covered I or interest in -aid Jacqueline 2 7 6 St. 5(1( fItti. -
wooden J L"t 5. F.x I Lot In
never seen a : itr.Mvn.u: \ : l'UI"ITWI'iII:
I name.lradford Ann I'arker l II)'. tht--u h I 110. E at
I or rightatigi.
bridge, you have yet an experience I : County Telegraph j-hall under either and both said. Ktliel I I :Xoiice hereby given that the undersigned I :N W C"r & Lot 55 G. H. Puree 4.74 to said St

[>uoli-h this Order in next four |I I'arker and said iriknown father of i under I Ii- .provisions of | I I' 417 ft then..
ahead of you. weekly issues.! ,'a i.l child : I I Chapter ;!(U.C! ,:: I>:iwv of Florida, Act "lt's "/i) of l.nufev !:f'e.i.u 2.3, f. :::, :0 :; :: t':","I"w"l't.rly u

here putting in the Witness my hand and official seal You and each of you are hereby I of 1H41. will reuiMer with the Clerk I thi.- lit ..f beg b"inR'to
men are this May 14. Ui!. ft of N 120
at tarke.. Floria notified that a sworn petition" seeko f the C'in nit Cum t in and u.nrndfl E 48 ft in th" SEt
bricks in the south wall. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas in the of 5 of-I-:' 29 4 22
glass ( g adoption 'If Jaciiiieline I Lot ('
Ann II
I'ountv. State of Mattie
I i | Florida Emanuel ''III at ;IlW ('or of Unkn"'n .
As Clerk of said Court.ly I'arker minor (child was fileit W 60 ft (of N 110 ft 2. 6 .
The electricians and plumbers Clerk. "n'I i upon receipt of proof of publication 1111.-r" '-tionuit..rt'Ianl \\'p ,.
: T. Oeaver. Peputy :
Myrtle .May n.: 1H32!
in the :11,11nanlt'd I I t of Lot 6
been here also. Things are Alan Winter.. Jr.. 403 Smith Iluildin ('otirt .,f this notn-e. the fictitious name of AlenDder Tucker I St. & H\
have and cause; :and yon and each's 1 N\ ..r NW4 ofS't4 I..68V' &
n.\\ hall Supply hIiiytind.r which j run Northerly.hnng .
and I like to j C. Jacksonville, Florida. of you are hereby required to II. a .xl I' 25 I 22 10
slowly shaping 'w EHaa ."
up AllY: for I'lf. ii, 16. 4t appear\ in th,.. Circuit c,.urt of P.rad- tart engaged in business at P.ox y EC "f N Wt4 of J. Dlnklna Est f-.4 I W sI.Is
down once in awhile to see 6,6// ford County :3 1,1. Keystone Heights, Fla. I \t'"tnnreIand St.
go Florida. in Cliancery. on ; :::;W'4 25 i 2! !
June | Thomas J and Jane i 11111".. 20 John Allen 17 :; It tn fit of .
how they are'Bitting on. I ::>. UiI:!. anil to then and there. ownS]F.4' of XWl4 of SSE'j .5 3 I I-
[ show cause why said petition *--rs IJt. t. Melrosr. Fla. thence eon-
should! I
i 25 Ii U
This morning I did the weekend In..Circuit In Court Chnnrrrj-. llradford. ( "nllt" i iII" i i not I be granted otherwise the alleItfatlons I j!, Dated. this :Iil day ..r :May. ISr.2 A It NE'4 of NE4 ofSW'4 10 C C Freet :3.I.96 I untie' Northertyaliing : S

foodl.scake. !I I ; I'laintifr.11.. William of such petition will be at Slark.1uUI,' 4 ( '''unlFla F. t'f Ry 26 .5 2Z ; Wpsttmttrs-
uhopping and made an angel ; K Phillips. aken as confessed Fred Smith land St. fIR.I: ft
by you. Ii : 4t 5 2 1!.6
j SW1 3
Defendant. W 'it of > Et i of I
C. Phillip, 1IIPnrp
Thill.1: : Westerly
After dinner I dressed twc to
Appear and Show j
9137Ord..r & all of NE'4'if
Case Xo. XE'S
1 I' ( : 42i' ft
a use shall be thence SotII'rly ,
chickens to fry. One can l'ubll'u'I.nd .NolU-e TAppear published k-i the ] ;w'i4v Hf Ry :26 5 22 23 J. -
young of next! four T Prevatt
consecutive \\"(' issues :::\ oTln: or I IfTTW1.1: : 16.87 6.11 ft tht'n.
N I. of N\W". of SE'4 .
all and far into nf liradford 'oiinty 1IY Till : r.
hear tractors! day I Telegraph a'inly 4'if Easterly 4lS ft
:Mate of Florida To: William IY'. W of Ry &
( qualified newspaper published- "' % 'I"In: > ST\TIS: :MMIMIU, to pt ot bt>
the night. Farmers are planting!i Phillips whose residence is: 1206: I0th n said County. N tfl IIf NE'1 (of SWI g %9 I u
I Con, '
NOTICE IS HEHEI-Y tllVEX that : at !o\\ ( Mrs
2 :Street, ColUmbus ( "orgia. Witness I of IWI4 28 S 22 7 'ur of A J i\ hi Ino '
is "I.In,1 J. T. ,
[ Prevatt
corn. My garden coming up- my and official seal 1 Nwt
. this under.-iKiicd Cnlted States i of SEll
on 9.. run S
You are required to appear Sidy l It::. 1 II! :.:. at (:trhtl'IolLtid, MarA ll N'4 of SE'. fSV'1 I
nicely. Have tomatoes and cabbage I June 16, 195:, in the al.namt'.t (OFFICIAL SKALI .\.1.I Thomas. shal. for the Southern- District of I F. IIf fly 26 I 22 22: lola Little I 2lflftfnrptnfhpK
Court and pause wherein plaintiff : Florida, I.y'irlll" of writ of attach- 6. \\ ?III fl !IO ft Po
out and three eggplants. Clerk of (Circuit '"UI'I..i g't nf SE'4 of SW'42Oft 4
"..pkll divorce sole keep care cus- Itradford ment issued out of United States i' ... 1lft N :IOfttoPt
had nice shower last night that t and control of minor .children County. Florida.. I' nfSW'I ..f beg
a tody l IlollisV KniKht. Clarke: Fl'rija. District \Court for the Southern Dis- of WI4 F. I I 12 C II 1 Ifan"r'la'! "
and the alimony and support money, and de'Ifendant Attorney, for ." trict of Florida. Jacksonville Divi- -ries I .
settled the dust gave Petitioners Iii 4i 0''j i \trll. fturkpy :6 i 22 a
pay court costs. -ion. the lltli day of !March A. D. lola LIttle 11.1..1>1.. City fS% .f
garden a drink. Digger is fine Ifradford County Telegraph shall'publish That portion of NW'Of 17 JT ( ICU IV of Mj) $2 << 33James
XOTIfK TO I,i2.:! in that 1 1r '
this Order in next four AI'PKUl certain cause L S1'l4 lying W of .. Lot ? of Plk 7
these days.HELPFUL. weekly Issues. In Florida Circuit I Court. II rail lord ''onntir.r I lately pending wherein G. th..reln'l| State Rd 1"0. 200 Lot I of Blk Johr
I' Witness my hand and official seal Erhard ; Hichanl In ( Unnccrv.Xeubert i '''n"ra"i..lI. a corporation, was I lit f l (.r oM State 1141i Lott.. 7. of Elk 16 Llszie' I1, II. r rr, an -

HINTS: Put a pieceof at Starke.: Floria Ihis May 14. 1S52.! \'ti. Irma :' Plaintiff: ,, |plaintiff. and William E. Dowling., j i : &:: also that part Lot 1 ..f nik 3 Ex the Florenii' i j., ? I 4
Xi-ubert D..f..ntant.Calle also kn..wn as "'. K Dowling trading .,1 of !lrotl ft nf !t\Vt4 X
in the bottomof IOFJ.'H'IAL1.' .) A. J. Thomas j :I'iiO! ft J. M.
graveled roofing j As Clerk of said Court.I'By \ollce\ Tn Nt). 9124 and doing I business as Dowlins | ..f S\V'-. lyingS of .lohnv s/D: of NEVi

your boat. That will give ) I :Myrtle! T. Dearer. Deputy Clerk To: Irma tnnenr.Xeubert :;I Auto Sales was defendant in case.1 j I !State Rd 2(10 It End of XE'4i Ii C

footing and you will not slip and I ('harli-s It. Hess 2n4-0.( ;; Guaranty,; dence and address i is:, I'liknown.whose resi-1 I I l' :[Xo. 2210-J-Cjvil: in said Court. levied'said I I 1:1.: .t'X. a triangular i Lots ? 9, of Blk :S 22 1 G. R. wn, : :. .. 4'1'
Ir.uildinp. Jacksonville, Florida. You writ of attachment on the 13th I I 1,1. 45;;; fl p. &. W ,1 1eke Klnlr"I.\

falL Put olive oil in your opened; AU'II. fur I'lf :5/16 4t C/6 suit for are Divorce hereby hu notified i been that filed a day "fIlnh.: 1IO2! : :!, on that certain I". N end iv ':I 1t! ft f'.I&hI1l in :XF.1, of;

dill pickles to eliminate that whitemother against you in the above named :;: l lot. .piece parcel! or tract of land lyinir. I' :X&Son W side In NP.4: : I! SS IT.

formation. Run coarse Court and cause and you are required i lo'iiiganil siiuate in the Countyof t N F. Corner 211! 22: :2! .Thrt.u .\. (" :; r.. 7. (. NW.1, of sw1 '.6. 22: 40 Asa R. Mir,, ,

In rirrnlt Court, liradford Count.Floridai to serve a copy of your answer lriilfoi-d.. State of Florida panic- SWI.fSEli'.f, NE'1! 27 5 22 : o Mrs 1'i&o.e 1'1014.1111P ;I 144- X' : of :NC'i: Ex: 4 :5:.4 Hnt r :

sandpaper thru the washing machine In (.ban......... or \pleading to the complaint l lira I h' de"ciibed, :asfollows: \ 4 h' S1I I. flf :NV1Lof | A K of dirt ltd &

I( Zeb V. PanKle. Plaintiff' vs. Inez'jM. : on the Plaintiffs Attorney Hon. T 1 \vi ., of lUock 1 South of flange I: SW'. 21! 5 :!!2 S T.ichlrd 'w/ns: W df, liird: R.I 4 1 22: 75
Frank I.andrun F.I li, ..r F.I Of oWI 76 J.lrl. A.\ ..
ringer when the rollers have Itcfendant. Starke. Florida. i W' .f SII": : n !lam-
I Pangle, :2 We.-t .<1..1( I the E'S 4 of Block I I I I I.111" ofSE'i
I Case Xo !9133::: and file the original in the office r lf'' .-;.. of : fof :-:' 'I. S i :! F. Thomas P" j "SI: ..if SE'i of
become too smooth : the Clerk of the HinJ'e"t of Simon ers 27>
or gummy. Circuit Court y. 6 ;
Order nf Publication und Notice to I on or ot' 1 in 1'.t"\"IlIp u 5 5 22 17 lola SRI; "
Appear I before the !>th day of June. I9;>2: .1. Temple's. Subdivision: of lands I j All N :! '4 ..r N\V' Little 21 I 2I Com .it !SE (" 4 1 22 0 Dr. P.'of: .tf'r

Here are some good thoughts. I State'; of Florida T.: Inez M Pan- otherwise the allegations of said at Temple's Mills as recorded In.! ,..r,1) P. nf n v ::::5 Ii 22 2 Ida Little SW or XE'l'r of&

Disraeli said, \Ve are all born: Kle whose residem-e I l.s; lloute 2, Complaint by. will be taken as confessed Jl..k, c. page 424: Public Hecords; 1 .\ in NW ('or of 1.J"j! ,j' run' V 4i0; ft for a
Franklin Xorth Carolina :you. I.f I I'.i.tdford County, }Florida nf \\l ? 1 .
This | Slt. 11 5 22 WII1.\rd & ('rnwf"rd _i_ pt ".f l,. g thence
for love. It is the principal of our You are required to appear on notice shall be published containing 10 acres more or less. | N":t t.fSE'; i.fNW' :::.5 11 22 JO 1. I: Hamt.n :. Ilin.1)0; ; ft N tl'i
once each week for four
June 16. 195:!. in the al...".. named consei-itive i notice of the levy of the writ of 1":1:
attachment i flWl4 nfNE' 10 S; :!2 40 Ka\ & rt r. 500
weeks! in the lltadford! Telegraph. Mills ; I ft R 65
xistance and its only end. County it t2;
\ {ourt. vid cause, wherein plaintiff.' j' being on the same day \\"i of'I.. (.r SE", I 1 6 22:! Hi J. 'iI Lancaster ft to pt of beg 5 1 Nora .<: ,

Mark Twain said, "The best! way: I ,. ..k" divorce. Dated this 7th day of :May, 1': ::;.2. recorded In the Office of the Clei k 'j tW I 4 ,.r N'!: ifNW" 3 l.,4 '' 't.ttt : mo ft E nr NW 7 22 .t' -i]

I.Yadford County Telegraph "halll'III.II"h 1'' (OFFI'IAI..I .\.1 Thoni.. of the Circuit Court in and for Brad-I I ; of, Wtl 14 6 :2?:!! 15 Le r"nd Grffs: : 21 10 I 1 ('or of NW14 rf
this Order in next four fold County, Florida in Deed N I r.f<:\\ I pf55l j NE'
Clerk Hook
II of the Circuit <"o
I we.'kly Witness issues.hand and official seal By :Myrtle T Deaver Deputy Clerk ,.70 at page 112; that the undersigned I '! & W' ,.f SEt ',fSE'1 p 4O rt N ZIO ft

my ;;;,9!! 4t :5; "!:0 'United States Marshal pursuant t. I 15 C :2 O E I: Horn 42n rt to pt "f
Starke 2.WFFWIAI. .
al Florida this May 12. U 11 I 22
W'I. "f NFt
---- writ of execution issued 'f NWI4 beg
in the aho'et'ntltlt'd
SEAL) A. J. Thomas 5 :!
1 Sus-if. .
As Clerk of paid Court Minn: Tn \IMM\U cause after final judgment: i| Of NE'S 16 II 22:! 1 .np. f:1..n.y! 48,-. (''n :it "E 'or if Mr! -

ATTENTION Hv Myrtle T. Ti(>3\'pr. Deputy (Clerk In Circuit (Court llrmlfiinl Oontr. ,therein, dated April 11, 11G2! : and, N 4 A of WI:.. ff :11 .,r NW' it'tIn

'"harlen R. Hess 104-03; Guaranty: Florlilni In C'hnnecrv.: un April 12, 19:32; recorded in Jiulg- | NW' of F.I i 16 6 2:!! 4 Wifl: Jr Hun\f\ I.s..1 \ 2 If I R ins
Marpie: Si.mfill c.iinp'xMl. Plaintiff, s 1':1: of N I !! A ofW1 'I
Life lildp. Jacksonville, Florida. ment Lien Book 1. at Pages ; I E : 105 ft
Alt t > for I'lf 5/16 4t GIG vs.Villiaiu: Parker < '.impbell. 1)e- |of the Public Records 1-19'1 {, of XWI' (..rF.lj to }.. 10f

If You Hare fetitlant > \.ise :Xo. :'J122:I: (County, Florida, will i.f on liradford the: 2nd1 I 16 II 22:! 4 Eva }fI.'Cinn's 1 .15 1 A if S Cot) ft r.f 5 7 :?!! For! -r. r1 ( ':

Notice Topnrnr.. 5; 14 of !:F.lj (,f SWl'of that
day of June itS! :, the being a rlrllon E'4if
ToVilliant I'.irker 1 same > I l
PINE OR CYPRESS Wti 17 I 22 !5 .Mm e Gnc'd1\n: ( SW1 of '
NOTICE 10 APPKUt residence, iCnkiiown I I but legal sales day and between the' 2 A in NE 'or rf F.I 1: 95 w of 1iI :Jl

|I In Circuit (Court llradford County.riiirlilii whose last known address It: Ja, k. legal hours:' of sale, to-wit 11 ::00 a. nf"F.'. of 51 i !10 f SE'S' "I' XuL' 7 'I J. n. .Tnr' .1, ,

TIMBER TO SELL In Chancery. son. Tennessee.You m., and 2:00: p. m., before the front F'E&Whv. 410 : 1t 1 =!2 4f Belli.'al ,:. .
Jerald Anderson. Plaintiff vs. AnnieMue are notified that 'door of the liradfortl County Court Fl rf"\I. 10 '7 22 41' .
hereby a .
ft S I S H fI 22:! 2 Wm S\'it Cora L.. .
Large or Small Tracts i: Anderson Defendanti ; I suit for Divorce has been fil d i house in the City of Starke, ITad'd N ?! Of XW' nf Tyson' S' '. a I 36 If.. '; ''n\% i 1' 7 22:! 40 Pearl )1. n"
CUMXii: !M34ollre against( you in the above name'' ford K..lq.t
County Florida offer for sale
1ft n \fl.I
II 2% Alex
I \ To Appear. Court and cause and are : Cummr.s: 7 ;1)0
you rt 1' 1
j and sell af public outcry to the : Emma
I S 2'3 of jWI rtfNW'S T..r I "f M.X. '
T.mll.o' Ma.ndirson.. whose quired to Elk 1 t
serve a of
copy your answer 1 '
We Buy Ml highest and best bidder or biddersfor H II :: 2Z : of ? Oladvti i '. ,
residence I is l'-ikni'wn or pleading tn compHHt "n LeRoy Dell ': ;; :1' "EJ :1 l *. cf
You are hereby notified that a the Plaintiff's Attorney. Zai h 1 If. cash and interest of the cold W "A Ft of Elj 1 \ "r "WI 7 22 4/ ""rar i'r f'

PAY TOP PRICES! suit for Divorce has been filed )Douglas, :'A5 Lynch nulldinK. .la.-k-j i William J.:. Dowling in and to the | Wt f'I:! ,, : ; Ti" 1 "r'ion 01 X'1. 2! 1 .2 < 'J O." ;,r i;: iior
against you in the above named M.iuille. Florida and file the 01 i igti,- :' above described real property, the i "-'i or'tt'Ii nfsr' J II 22: 10 \'al'O Hank"r" n <14 o 4 .r Ill : TyIng F. rr

Court and cause and you are reQuired al in : he office of the Clerk ,.f the same ,$> be sold in accordance with J'I .', or :XEl 'of SEt -t-t.. Jd: )

,i i to serve a copy of your anHwer Circuit Court on or before the !9thday and to satisfy said execution. F.'( 2 in NE ('or 11 E 22!:! 18 Err;&>st Tech! :S; ;;.'. I'I I Id It/1 T\'r.Ev

or pleadins to the complaint of June. lft.12: ; othcrwh'the allegations IDATED I this 2hth day of April ;It | f'..m at SE Cnn of Ses ;, .10 < In flst-4

i on the )'Iaillllfr'sIt..rllPo' Joseph ,, of said Complaint will 1 betaken 2. lit rein W 105 rt for I', ,m
I ,
Write" Call
or K :221!:! irahum: J r Page :: :6 1
Skipper, lUiiMinc. I a t or hp thpn.frun > 22 V. -
as confessed by you. ]: LEO H. nnOOKR.I'nit..d P!; r Himptnn Park J"y
Jn kxonville% Jo "orid.t. and file the
lOti!; W
N rt 1t1:;
This notice shall tie published ; Slilt.Iallohll.: I in :XT:' nf PR
original In the offn e of the Clerk"f once earn week for four consecutiveweeks I Southern District ,.f Florida: I rt in ft F. 105 rt 1 P. < t.on. 1'I' ,;
the Circuit Court on or b'fore the in the Bradford to pt nf beg !O II :2! LEster .
Tele- % Prf1tt
B1THOMASLUMBER ISth; day of June l! r.i. otherwiseihe | :0; :! 4t :i i. 2uMI : -: 3 ; ; .f xwu ft Wt 4 nf
!; I rom at i:F. ("nr of S ss : vwi 1 of swu Str-
allegations said Complaintw Dated this 7th day of May. 19I;;:. '
ill be taken as confessed by '. net 'it I .t l'h'C "t I & run W ::115 It for I"n :::?
) 7
CO. This notice shall be published Clerk of the) A.Circuit J Thomas Court., | In Circuit (Court hhsil ford {'GUI.IT.I j tnt nf "e' thense P'. ..xwu r.f SF.:14 2 ** 20 Mr s.ir r l h, --.aigg. r

once each week for four consecu- I' i Fl,,rlila' | In Chancery.irt'iis run N 1t1S ft W 210ftSlOSftE2lOft I Geneva 1. v
Uy Myrtle T. Deaver Deputy Clerk l
live r-eeks In the Bradford !' : I Dabrowski Plaintiff. *".1'1.. .
PHONE 211JP. County .
5:9 4t 5; 30
Telepraph I'| j jOTHI I Stalll-law Ii. Dabrowski I. lI.. \.s.\\I to pt nf bf' 20 <1< :2 Lester Prn-att 34 40' Lot :: of Rlk D fal recorded la put nook -, J'acfU n 8

0. Box 735 Dated this Uth d.i> .f :May 1952OFFICIAL \ : OF l'UOnI"n: Eel ? Case Xo. Lot !S of P1k 2 Sunny Tract IB Susan I'T: :

STARKE, FLA. ( SEAL) A J. Thomas. Till: CLOSING UF. I'tlll flllNS tll'iC'KHTiiv I ,..'I"f'Tn( \pnenr. Acre P %1' 22 Alberta Ty"on 2 82: ,11 I 4 A In Cor nf.SKU Fred In d't; ;
Clerk of the Circuit Court STIMITS: ,; To: Stanislaw R. Dabrowskwhose 1, T itt :I of P-lk 3 Sunny : SF

p By Myrtle T Deaver, Deputy Clerki TO WHOM IT MAY COXCKIJX: residence i is,: 20S Washingtonh Acre S D :1. 22:? H. A. J.Janana %.5:Z' 32ft ft of SW1 4 X
!1'* 41 h 6 You will t.tke notice ih.it. t <. Street. Jersey City 2, New Jerfty. WI.I of 111k 1 S nf Ti2WElAInNTi I *"'I. Ex 2 to rf

P.oard' of County Comml>-M.i'i : suit for Divorce ('or & p. 1 lot InSE : Hj I 52 14
been filed ,
\ llradfoul "11111)'. Florida :upon I, I Fred ;' ; .
petition of qualifieil, land owners,1'i i against you in the above named ('or 1'S!; ft N I ;
r.h.lf Jm : 8
will at lion I AM 19! ...?. at its office Court and cause and you are required ShvlOftP'&W( Riki..fCovt1.t! : :
to serve a ('(jDV of your an.I &E'.ofRlkISnfTi ;
in the County Court Home 'in I SWf'r or pleadings to the ('omplainlonthe :t W Temple's IflkI rjovt Lot 3iV Edwt.. n
& tark.-. ISradford ('nUIII -
) Florida [ Plaintiffs Attorney, Zach n. sIn 21 8 I :: 1 of <*
consider and determine whether 22 I W. E. Dowllng' i1 ? \
I orn..t !; Douglas 505 Lynch Building Jacksonville N 15(1 ft of W14 g'ifTilkCSnfRW J.f Mrs
County will vacate, t O 7. J-
abandon : : '
di-continue i Florida and file the original : 1"f ofXE'iI t
and close the hereinafter
described in the office of the Clerk of the & N 10ft nft4 I A4 A in NW Cor
REASONABLEcharges portion" of Streets. I
and : I Circuit Court on or before the 2nd rfBhlcSSnfR3W&NW'cofTuk6 j: nfSEUofNEU ::4 2! 14
whether or not the County will I W 330 ft of the Fred R I ,;
day of June 195
: the al- r
renounce and disclaim
the Ciutnty and any right of legations of said Complaint will betaken ".1 R :S W Ex W 1 i! I2utt of SE*
attended with the finest of public in and to
land (Ir interested therein situatedin any as confessed by you. A In Temples S'D 21 :% t w. C. McCord Iurth 4 45. of 2 I V j 10 Fred T." !

sincere serving bring to us the friendship i 1I "d'.rd ".unl).. Florida, to.wit; : This notice shall be puullsted I jS I of XWU SEU rSW% S
once each week for four lIf'ne ub-dl. In St'et C14 ef A .f IC ef IS' 22 5
All of Pine Street consecutiveweeks 11.4 WJ4 IC'.4 lice .
except the W 5 'r' HJ 1
Easf i | % A of N 1/J I. Agt
of the great communities whichwe 4P feet : and the North 30 feet of in the Bradford County Tele- :1 ::: I of of SW .
graph. II
E' 1 t
L0 : John .
serve. Hickory Maple Street Street: and that all that portionof I|! Dated this 25th day (.f April, IPS! :. ot 7 of BUt 18 Marie Dukes 4.55: R% of S14 of 8W% I I) B. J. Tn'. .

lot 4 of Rlo.-k :3 t and all lie"t that of i j Dated this 31st day of }March 1952 I Lot 1 of Elk It Wilbert BuSbu 4.il Tracts 2 & I Pumpkin t 1
: '
I tion : Pt- OFFICIAL I SEAL) A J. Tnomas.es Lots 3 & 4 of R1k U Josephine Ban %.9:a Patch u 4"0
Magnolia Street that Ii Clerk of the Cirr-j't Court of D1k 2 0 Deed Book 13,
West Lots 6. 7. Willie Mae Powell ..5!
of lots 2 and :3 I of Block i
4. in Pace 155
5/2 4t
Lot 5 It Dlk 23 Saul IIankerBGn 4.5: 11 _
I 1 wt a. df'1 Deed W. L. vr (', a4 1

a DeWITT C. JONESPhone r.ahajlan' SlIb-dl. :1 I :2 Book 5!. Page C. &

7 Starke. Fla. I Deed 57 Page UI n. I I U
V.lr. \" Ua 4'Idl. '
:Lots 5 k 22 or DIk 1 '1'. C. foul! lUI* .. Aert
NotIce Is 1 Lot 2 of Vlk Z Ceo Griffin J.i n..1 3; 36 8
hereby gIven that the following described lands will be I : :
Lot 19 of Blk Z :
:MattIe Hut U
esan Fold at public auction tin the 311t day of May. nu at tarke the County I- :Lot 13 of Blk I SaDutoa White J.I; Lt Lt 11 U (. E. Cem

of Prlldford. State cf FloridA to pay the amount due for taxes herd a (Dne Lot as deae InDeed D U Iou

r Funeral Director Ambulance Service set opposite to the same together with .U costs of such sale and II.iTerUsinr : Book 52 Page Tndis.. nf..1 Felt No. 3 3S
/ 309 22 (11 :hI :
Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences W C om at W Cor of IloraceCalbert 1.1. I :

Description ". T. n.Cnr. O".r Tau" of SW14 & 25 Ex
services not otherwise sWM lit N 4O4%
avallahi'J run E 610 ft S 110
o A In SW ('or orWtt tt for a I't: of Rt ;', 8 of the N t C 'I.; t' ',1
S-trrfl srrrflr_ SSSSSSflSSflrJSW e4rSSSSSSrn cf Wtt 525 le t
thence run W 50 ttSlOOftE50ftN
ft N & S t.y 140 rtE f
f 3 W. '
We furniah the highest type service at lowest prices, and & W' 2 'I 11 11 Ira D. Odom 5.77 of 12 4 22 I An of Lot o E& Dls I O
100 ft to .pt hag .Taa Scott II: I Rd
of SE'S of my-
accept ANT life Insurance policy In fore- issued by ANY N'.5 fOr & SEL. ot SW m% of NEMs' :4 6 23 40 W O. Colllna 16.70 8 1 U tl Z. AmDn 6 .:

H ft of the tOS .
company as payment in part or In full on a funeral s or RIver f S It 10 XL 1'. I'ar1ttr 'I.n ft of E.i ot 'IWofSEI4ofNEt J. It. KELLT.
S E\t of NEk & 2 A
Consultation carries BO obllgs'ion.sps in SE Cor dE l. Ex j Tat Collector
I 22 1 := 1gene hunter 5 I\ 45 County,
W' n ft :
_. _ Ir4tod Florid
SSSSrtSrSSSSrStSflflSStsn SSSSSS pp ot 4E 14 1 :0 n ..1eufe Lu I4xnb7 :0.11 -'_ .:. .. 5re. U

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MAY 23. 1952; fewond Section I' \hi T11KF.J
I I '01'1-'(: TO API'IMH

Guard Receives Elementary School ... --. e. I In l"riila( rrui.. In(Chnn..r.'I iMirt. llradforil. I'ountT YOUR ISOOKKEEIMM,
>I + I
Certificate For : j > H.urr.ff.s= YeraU and all
.J. ';: l :: ;.
....- ', # .. Case \:: ,). 91'Jotlrr :; TAX RETURNS DONE: : 1i
Training EfficiencyThe 1 '\ .
A .. 0o lopnrnr. '
Has Library f'
I ( ,. .' \' J.' '\>-, chose residence: For A Reasonable: Rate
111<\ K ITJrd I'
local National Guard unit t"r t ,.nx. .\. ,s York., .- Street -\11 Types of Husine>s-
was of the three units in the y
one : a: h-rcby notified that
124th Infantry Regiment that received ''Oflt'sOwn"Where! '..' r .1 l \.i\i has been filed a I Drop a Card to I II I tYL
'+K' \ 'U in the above ,
the Army National Guard I '.' ', ,.'..d! 'aue and you are named re- I W. J. IERMOIY:

Award, For Efficiency In Training 'I are you going m; t 1 ',,:Vailing,'r\.c'to'''I')'the of r"tnpLti'I. your! an- Box 7(5(; Lake Geneva; Fla. 1 _ .,o i + r

during 1951 by the National .'I. 1 1' \.ntiffs, .Attonifv T4ntl
? '
Guard Bureau.. seven-year-old 4f i,! "i-n. Starke. FIord.l.:
"I'm going to the library Sir," j i I. -'jrinal' in the office off
The unit recently received the f 'he Circuit fou-t "n
she said. I 11 .1.' r-th day of June 1932:; ,
Efficiency Training Certificate ,,." .'...
That is a conversation that I allegations "f >.a':":
.. .
from Major General Raymond H. I w "i" ''1' u ::1 be taken as con- IiiWe
might take place any busy day IP I ter n im .
Fleming. Chief of the National I ..
-I: I'i' pH'd-: !' "
school -
Starke elementary .
the .
; ,
: r ,
Guard Bureau. I r"l .I'. 1lB
for at long last the lower grade? W"" t I' I I'"U' : ."
The General Order from the
have "their own" library, set up .
M I',
Adjutant Generals office nominating ., I\
I in a pleasant room in one ->f the I
the unit for the award a?. "
follows: Under the provisions of I elementary school buildings! '4cpr i ,,r A \ 1 1
Up until a few months ago the : l : ;, -
Section VII. NGR-44, dated f \ -
chool "library"ion-
September 1051. and in accordance I''
sisted of a number of pasteboard 1.a4 l
, with letter Commanding
with books. which rrar-
General Third Army, dated 15:: boxes, filled PHONE 218
would from room tc
February 1952, the following Unit btpasspd
for the students' use. Thi
'I' room
of the Florida National Guard ha COLOXIAIFLORIST
rather haphazard system left mucr.
been nominated for the award of
to be desired, however and it was
Guard Award for
the "National c '
Efficiency in Training", for haying long the dream of the elementary DO YOU

index of school teachers to have a library 1 v ii
.attained a training I
Year 1951 as room of their own, where student OWN PROPERTY?
2, 3 or 4 during the TANK
could learn to check out books in FLOWERS TYPEVACUUM
recorded in the Training 1 .j I,
NGB Form 115. an orderly manner have a greater
appreciation for books, and find a 'j'I I I Ii; FOR ALL OCCASIONS If so, you need Windstorm \ 1FUII

quiet haVen in which to enjoy their i
Commodities Valued reading. I 's. R. Insurance. Cost is low. We'll!

At $8,879 Given This dream became a reality at *1'/ I furnish estimate.

the beginning of the last semester ..._ I: (j) I

To County SchoolsFood I I with Mrs. Hazel fresher: a member ,r: I ,i I (ASH PRICE

I of the elementary school faculty
with a wholesale value of DISH GARDENS CLEANER
$8,879.15 was provided for children as part-time librarian.At I Charley E. Johns

in the schools of Bradford first only grades 3-6 used POTTERY j Agency

County during 1951 without any the library with the first and I .
direct cost to the county's school second grades continuing to be ; POTTED PLANTS Phone IS STAnK, FLA COMPLETE WITH

system Supt. Harmon P. Morgan served from boxes. :Now, however S49.9S
said this week. I the second grade also uses the FLOWERS WIRED ) VALUE c 8
I The commodities are sent to the library to check out books or read r.. ... ATTACHMENTS

t school system by the State Depart- in the library. The average numberof St Starke ............ FREE !
s J ment of Public Welfare for distribution books checked out weekly if 2 YEARGUARANTEE
ah presenting THE TRAVELERS, Hartford
as surplus through the 627. with the peak weekly checkout PAINT SPRAYER

I. Department of Agriculture's price reaching 725 volumrs } e I JI For Painting Rug !

support program. 1 All the detail work of conducting I Shcmpooing, Deodorizing

The food sent here Includingfresh the library is handled by one <, J and Many Other Uses

apples, dried beans cheese, I faculty member and 21 student STARKE GENERATORAND I

dried eggs, dried milk, peanut butter library assistants: two of whom

and pork shoulder picnics are in the sixth grade. The young, M I

went to 12 different schools with assistants each have special dutie'

un enrollment of 2,368 students. besides regular library routines.' STARTER WORKSAT 4 WITHIN 150 MILES
commodities made it possible -
These These duties which include the) - -
for Bradford County to serve I
use of a catologued vertical file, '
its school children a wellbalancedmeal help develop leadership and creative 1I I ACME VACUUM STORES !

for only 15 cents expression as well as other 210 So. Walnut Street

i: abilities in the student-helpers. : 10S' W. Forsyth! St.- Jacksonville! Fla.I .

I Bradford High Schhool, which FORMERLY ANDERSON'S GARAGE
BUY ESTERBROOK The i would like a free home demonstration of your full) I I
i has one of the finest high school I
Fountain Fen with a point for!i I : guaranteed Brand Xl'Cleanl'r
at I;
libraries in the State, also has I $14.95 at no obliya:.: ilion
;: Will Soon Open Electric :Motor
Brad Repair
every use' $2 complete KEY TO rilOTOTiR.U'IIS Dept. to me. |
cause to be proud of its elementarylibrary ,
I| .i I
facilities.ALVAREZ' I II Top: General scene of elementary. school library showing/ students I Name
OR EXCIIA -- -- -------- --------
{ -
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happily reading or browsing among the shelves. Colorful Grandma Address ____________-___________________ __ __ I
Moses prints add attractive decorathe note to rearall.. PHONE 22S STARKE FLA. I
I Men's ClothingEstablished City _________ State____________
Center: Fourteen of - ---- ---- |
II STORE tRI 1 I] the efficient library assistants (sealed 1 to r) Ed Hunt H. I). Koger

Fay Hudson Joyce Morgan, Betty Raborn Tat Bowers, Louis Adkins, I If K.F.I. A.l
Margie/ Strickland, and Connie JonesStanding: Ljrx-ll Dodd, Claln- - --------J
... I Douglas, Barbara Thomas, Patricia --
II Elaine Colson, Ina Stern, --- -
I Maxine i Andrews.Lower .

B. AL V AREZ & SON TRANSFER STORAGE AND CO. : : Sonia Hunter and Arthur Griffis, library patrons h..k out For '52 Ford Announces f

books, \\hilt" Claire Hondas) and Betty Kaborn handle the desk work.

,.. ,.. .'
1-. -.... --- -- II
NEWS ABOUT :Navy last August.

--.......J" '" .'ft"ft.-AN..L.l' tJOVING 5T"'KILA..n', t'SO'. "f. an&WelK'ratfl: j where long In distance U,local S.EXCELLENT .I I I SERVICE MEN Lester L. Gottbcrg.-- aviation or : TRUCK GAS SAVINGS UP TO 14 %

fil e"b lar4 al M rh -. Thomas Kerce. nephew (if Mr i i dam Gottberp'rman of 2-c.Kingsley son of Harry Lake .1 u's'r'ing I II .1i :s )

0 and Mrs. J. M. Kerce formerly ofi with Navy Patrol Squadron .'I

i Star kt', has been promoted to seaman 5, based at the Ja'kSOIl1111NAS. I

0 STORAGEFACILITIES at the Naval Air Station San He recently spent sever Ii!

Diego Calif. He is a member of weeks at submarine hunting ir
Atlantic Fleet) .
Composite Squadron 35, an aviator exercises.Clinton
Agents For I
unit which flies a number of .
different types of Naval Aircraft. Barton, Airman 2-c, SOl I
See us first! I of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Barton olStarke. \ .I
KI'r' from with
graduated BUS
I e I has reported to Castle A OVERHEAD: VALVES
the .-Ia-.s of ';,1 and joint'd the FBe"
California. For several weeks a for deeper, direct"breathing"
Y at ChanubFB. e \ r' : wna !
.\ 111. where he attended airplane

4 and engine mechanics school I 4I HIGH COMPRESSION

E Model 14-P 4 He graduated from BUS last yea .

MAGIC CHEF :and entered. Castle the Air AFB Force is locate shortljthereafter. ) ; + ,a e :' a, lr with regular gas!

E 4 in Calfoinia's; San Joaquin Valley '' 7f.. SHORT SfROKE

4 .- a 4 cuts piston travelup

to 20%! ,
s s HCASThis 4 4 lairian E. Andrews son of Sir. h --
and Mrs. R. R. Andrews of New : t 1 _
( ... .
'I; I eating
4 1 us power
Range ALL 4 ;I i Rixvr. has been accepted as a cadet t '
167 50 t + r KM'TION is reduced.More .
/ FOR in lily
"4 4 Advanced! Ojurse of the Aii,
o (IAS ,. "4 4 Force Reserve Officers' Trains / $ a power
< I Trade-in 4 I i Corps at the University of FloridaHe Now FIVE great Truck engines r c t i fl'loIDtShaulingpower( !
Installation 4 I in all. for low-cot
I.)own : is taking a two-year coursj r
4i..... I Speed Hauling1 Ford's new
:.w jU.jU 4 which will lead t
Payment 4 j to a reserve com Ii I- LOW-FRICTION Truck engines '"
100 LIIS.Pyrofax. 4 I | mission in the U. S. Air Firce. H I h
Gas 4 4 graduated from BUS in 1950. I CLIPPER Six 14s-h.p. t a E,f t''. 1 61 d,
CARGO KING V-8 (shown) *' ,".
4 -- i and the mighty 155- IIr

Completely 131.00Illstalled 4 4 4 Ph-. Robert C. Frazier, son of r I h.p. CARGO KING V-8. }

Net Bal. 4 1, Mr and Mrs C. J. Frazier of Gra. I y

4 4 I ham is among the more than LOCK) ) Ii i

:I hand-picked combat soldiers now..I
3 i participating the!
Army's con
4 44 i 1 tinuIng field l : Three / /
I tests of atomic war completely new high-compression I .
We Will Finance II i fare at Camp Desert Rock. Nevada

4 1 I Earlier this year he took part i u: overhead-valve, low-Friction engines ,q '.

For As LongS 4 Exercise Longhorn in Texas am j ., W ,
1 4 prior to the detonation commented I liberate "captive" ,.,, .-.. r
"I power -III :
I never thought I'd have an atom ,

i. "4 4 bomb dropped in front of me dui t1 K y /1F5:'
beautiful, specially priced Magic ing my Army career. But now M ll; I Now Ford helps you to still lower< truck running ,

18 MONTHS 3 have something to tell my grand- costs, with > all-new engines! Ordinarily engine y i
Chef range brings you top performance children" In friction steal *- t
addition towin?r can as as 30 v of developpd '

plue long-lasting dependability.It ar.d feeling an atomic explosion, power. But new ford Truck Low FRICTION
3 Frazier
1 and his buddies maneuveI rengines deliver: more of the power they develop! ,
has it'd] in the area of the burst,
so many exclusive features, I attack-
in? and You save up to one gallon of gas in everyAnd snen!
04 seeunng! a simulated mil

such as the Red Wheel oven heat 44 tary objective{ beyond it.Marvin 'i: for '52, Ford's world-famous 239 cu. in. V-8

regulator the one-piece top burner 4 -- I truck engine is upped to 106 h.p.! The Ford Truck

See this and other BIG Six engine is advanced to 112 h.p.! Now
units large fully insulated oven 4 H. Garner, con of Mr ar. 4 with FIVE great engines Ford Trucks offer orer .
Mrs K. C. Garner Low. priced than any other truck of comparable perfonnan>
Magic Chef Specials 4 of Brooker i is; 275 series power combinations choose a tn. nw Ford F oj Bio Joa! H5-h.p. CARGO ICING V B
Swing-Out Broiler plus I many: currently undergoing: recruit training -.1) you delivers
more horsepower per cubic inch than other
4 > at the U S. Naval Ford Truck tailored exactly to your needs!
Training; gaaoline-powered truck engine among the five sale leaden!
others. Today 4 Center San Diego Calif. He
tered en COME IN SEE US TODAY Araaanility cd HpJlr.mf'fl' .n.r.ariH: and trim u illuallaW
4 the Naval service last March. l' vd.yti. ror'bmaurialapt4Ytur.dtuunar
4 of After completing this 11-week

p.t tr inine period he will be assignto :j / ,. '

t+ CENTRAL FLORIDA 4 4 4 shore duty station.with the Fleet or at a N'avy' Ford Trucks for l .. cat still less to run


GAS & APPLIANCE CO 4 4 4,i Also taking -recruit- training

San CO.
4.| Diego is Edwin O. Howard. SOl
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ROUTE OF U. S. 301. 30 LE(5BUG 4-Lane Program Kl55IMME' U \' IIi .

17 JACKSOXVILLE-A long range "Thus," Odham said, "all Floru, & i
E four lane miles of,can have immediately the four-lane
T A pro ram to 2,250 ST.PETE
S. 301 IS recognized as being one of the most PP A I V E Florida's arterial highways" was a improvement that we so desperately
C/T Y ly need, and for the price of what \
Important-most heavily travelled highways in proposed here by Brailey Odham we have been paying for waste, BRADEWTOtJ .4 4
candidate for governor. and "
graft inefficiency.
Florida. It is the vital connecting link between The Sanford candidate estimated Odham further pledged that the /f'\
that the cost to the state would be, people of Florida would have the
t the Eastern Seaboard and Florida's Increasing- $168,750,000, as Federal matching right to vote on the project before NOSESO =
funds would be available to pay the; it would be started, and recom =
)'. ly Popular West Coast. Compare the maps remaining cost. Odham further es mended that a "watchdog" committee 9t PAlM
C l V v l 5 T 0 l timated that 25% of the first gasoline be set up by the 1 legislatureaboveOdham's FT k1YEI25
plan would channel tourists Y tax of 4c, or Ic of the tax, is to provide a double-check on the BtACY .4 4
wasted in kickbacks, featherbedding
progress of the project. 4
into Jacksonville "bottle neck." Tourists coming rigged contract letting, and Odham emphasized that his cost '.4
political boondoggling. figures and other technical data
down U. S. He! further estimated that the had been obtained by competent cA3tNEAOwN .
on 1 and U. S. 17 and desiring to reach the ..
state's share of the cost could be engineers some of whom were
West MIA M t retired with the proceeds from Ic formerly with the State Road Department 4
Coast of
Florida would be
influenced this
proposed of tax. or about $8,000,000 per year, and that he had checked ,4UAMl', ,
with the Federal Government put the matter of Federal Aid wiSi the I
Four Lane Super Highway to BYPASS ting up the other half as is usually Bureau of Public Roads in Wash r I
done on Federal Aid Projects. ington. 4,


They Are "OFF THE MAP" According To Brailey Odham :


Who%' Can Estimate How Many Thousands of Dollars Odham's Considered And Conceived Highway System Would Cost I

Bradford County In A Year's Time? Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Investments Along U. S. 301 Would Be Jeopar- 7 5

dized. Property Values Would Undoubtedly Be Threatened. Our Farm- to Market Road Building Program Might Be Greatly Curtailed.


Yes Mr. Odham has by-passed Bradford County inhis left for our vital farm-to-market road system? Well what Friends W\In'; 1'11I(1when you go to
FANTASTIC KOAD-BUILDINC PLAN, designed to get do you think? the polls on :May 27. Think of the people-your friends and
votes from the large cities and towns of Florida. His plan Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County, stop and consider what neighbors-perhaps eien 'ourself-who have jobs and depend -4
is to build two Four-Lane Highways on the East of us and Odham's proposed road program would do to Bradford Coun on :301 and 100 for a Ii\ing. These two roads mean more
two Four" -Lane Highways on the West of us, and leave U. S. ty. Our :Motor Courts Hotels. Restaurants Filling Stations to Bradford County than our biggest money crop-our straw-
301 that runs North and South through Bradford County Drug Stores, Ten Cent stores ClothingSton's, and all other berries. These two roads bring more money into the County
and State! Road 100 that runs East and West through Bradford businesses are benefiting the approximate amount of than the payrolls of all our industries combined. These are 4 4
County out of his Road Building Program. 530,000 per year from tourist trade brought to us by I' S. the things/ you must carefully consider before casting your 4
By Mr.Odham's statement he will spend $337.500,000: : :501 and State Road 100. Build Four-Lane Highways on each vote on :May 27. 4.4
C and NOT ONE DIME spent in Bradford County! This side of us and route the traffic OUT them like Mr. Odham is Mr. and :Mrs. Bradford 'ounty, we are fighting/ for our 4 4
tremendous amount; of money does not even include cost of proposing to do and our County will be a (Ghost; County! County and its people. Your interests are our interests, 4
E bridges: and rights: -of-way-"a little matter" that :Mr. Odham Dan) :McCarty has promised to widen I" S. :301 through and our interests are your interests We are all in the same 4 4
seems to have overlooked. Our gasoline: tax money might Starke and on to the South City Limits and keep the present boat together. Please consider all that we ha\e at stake and 4 4
l he tied up through our lives, the lives of our children, and route as it is. He will not bpass Bradford Count> as Mr. cast your ute un MaL'7 for !U \\ Md \HT' Ili t ., man who 4
the lives of our grandchildren. Would there be any money Odham proposes to do will not t bpass oui countt \ 4 4



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