Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1954
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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Rallyiet I Home Ruined- In Sunday Fire, !Negro School i I!i Court Owners Registration Soars

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Patrons Deplore Solid Against
For April 27\ _

Bad Conditions :Toll TurnpikeSolid To New High Mark

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A delegation of 14 Negroes from I opposition to a Jackson North Starke

County's one and only K.ystone Heights Lawtey, St .rke, ville-Miami toll road was voiced at r ,;

pre-primary political rally will be Hampton and Water Oak appeared a meeting of the Bradford Count _

Jield at the high school stadium in before the School Board Mon- Motor Court Association held in

Starke on 'Tuesday night. April aa. in support of L. Ann Humes, the Dixie Motor Court Restaurantat __ ft 1 Precinct Tops

27. beginning at 8 o'clock supervisor' of colored schools in noon Monday. IJ J

The announcement was made dIAtltOrd County, who came be- The meeting was addressed bv

yesterday by G. P. Wadsworth, ronthe body to protest her dismiss L. V. Harper of Jacksonville a I Two Thousand

chairman of the Bradford County I ..1 effective at the end of the district director of the Florida

Democratic Executive Committee .w r.-nl school year. I Motor Court Association who _

under whose auspices the rally ---- The colored school supervisor:said that opposition to the turn- With heavy registration the

will be ''held The date of Friday. J EXCITEMKXT: WAS ADDED to an otherwise quiet Sunday afternoon made the statement that she I pike has been spearheaded so far last two days before the deadline

April 30, had been tentatively set 'when fire threatened the home of L. F. filUson on new Blanding Road understood that she was being by the motor courts. He sai.i it 5 pm. April 3. Mrs. Marian L.

for the rally but was cancelled :about p.m. Assistant Fire Chief ('. \\'. Picket uith one fire truck, discharged because she did not however that other businesses Crosby supervisor of registration

when it was found to conflict with ,('.omhattPd'the bla/e and kept the house from being; a total 10..... Origin cooperate with her fellow work- I jwill! be vitally affected also by the announced that the total numberof

a home baseball with Bolles. i ers and that she had onstruction of a toll road and qualified voters in Bradford
game 1 of the blaze i is unknown. The family had been away all day anif made every !
Mr. Wadsworth said that the effort in that direction. should; join in waging the fight t.> County has reached
a new
the fire wa.. spotted by neighbors! passing t>>'. Damage, totalling I I. prevent its construction. GaF- 4_ 5.219 This highof
Tuesday night date seemed the' School supt. Morgan stated that peak is a net m-
S800 to the and SlOt) to furniture covered b insurance. line dealers ,
building was
> and retailers, restau- 'rease of
only suitable time during the final I t' her dismissal was occasioned by voters over the

pre-election week for such! a the fact that the rant operators and garages are total of 4.859 on the books
-1'.1.I1""j! 1-)1,11.11. I'li-i. I.\ th T.l! ,'r'Jlh-| colored schools as of
among those who should besm! Ian 1. 1954.
gathering. : m the county were to be consol-
I Mr.
County candidates will be given j id.:ted; that whereas there are Harper said. ;, In spite of talk of Florida b-

the opportunity to speak first and 'I Holy \\Veek Services To Start Monday i I even colored schools now, there. that The each gist and of the discussion business wa coaling. a two-party state. the

will be followed by any district | ''will be only two in the future every 01- L.\ST TO GET I XDKR Tilt; HOPES at deadline tor registering last naum-hy Democratic flavor of
,ganization ,
and state candidates who wish to < :'and there will not be need for a along the highway SatiinU afternoon Hen- :MrBeatrice Ootlwin (vntiT) and Mr!*. Bradford County seemed in no
address the gathering. I Sepcial Holy Week Services, I music will be given by the Bradford | benefits from tourist trade, as well i!I danger of being diluted.
supervisor. 'lark Marke. Broken
as motor courts, and It to Eve130 Robinson (rihtl.; > both ot St. KegiNtration;
is held Mr. have been Ministerial I I f r High School Glee Club is up i I down by parties,
Only one rally being I planned by the un- Members of the delegation the entire group to join in the iIjwri'r :Marian L. Crosby pauses for breath at her opt-writer the 5.219 regi
Wadsworth said, due to the fact Association beginning IonI ! fight or face eventual loss )f after a busy two da).. signing i up last minute registrant I :
that there are so few contested I.I day, April 12. All services will'I'! J night.[ The High School Band. 'American. Legion Post No. 314, trade resulting from construction Democrats 5,121

local) offices in this off-year elec- be held in the First Methodist 1 1i under the direction of Gay Rimert '. negro parents and ministers from L of a toll road. 1 Republicans go'

tion that it was not deemed prac i Church and will last 20 minutes, 1 1I will!l accompany the congregational colored churches spoke in I Independents 18.
tical to hold rallies in each precinctas beginning at 12 noon. i s singing The public is cordially I port of the supervisor's efforts ( .. .A spokesman said following for the the court meet-association Rites Wednesday H. L. BrownleeOne I Among the Democrats there

is the custom in the big elec- I Following is the schedule: i invited to attend. I to improve conditions in the were 2.419 white men
| ling that he sees the fight as one : 2.045 white
tion years.A 1 Monday, Apr. 12 Day of Au- |, schools. women; 388 negro men 269
for the order of thority. ReW.. i a county level: that if every interested of the best known residents the First Baptist Church anj gave women. ; negro
time table S. McAliley One group. consisting of Henry I .
NEW PASTOR party makes his feelings of the county. Hugh L. Brownlee. !it of faithful service I
announced later &ker" manyears
be Music
will Republicans
speakers sp by Christian Brown, Willie Pittman and Sol ;known to his state scored 30
II white
Mr Wadsworth said. Church Choir. i, Hankerson. Advisory Board of l senator. chances representativeend are the legislature 70 dieu Sunday. April 4. in a : both as a deacon and as a trustee.He men, 23 white women. 14

Tuesday Apr. 13 Day of Con- the RJE High: School. told the I will not ad- Washington. D. C. hospital afteran is survived by his widow. men. and 13 negro women. negro
approve any The
troversy. Rev. J. E. Sherwood illness of several months. : Mrs. Etta Blitch Ero'wnlee end his; number .
board in general terms of deplorable ditional toll roads. of registered Republicans
Talent ShowIs speaker. Music by A prominent seedsman mer- mother both of Starke: three in the
Episcopal conduct
on the part of Rep. Doyle E. Conner I county actually showed
was aI chant and Mr daughters. Mrs. M. C. Stith Wash- a
Church Choir.Wednesday some teachers. 'i I produce buyer : decline of from
Supt. Morgan guest at the meeting and reported 90 to 80
i Brownlee with al- ington, D. C.. Miss Mary Urown-
Apr. 14. Day of Se- -. the group to gather actual to the group on the efforts now !|, was acquanited Precinct NO.2. North Starke,
Shaping UpMuch clusion and Retirement. Rev. L facts and present them to the under way to bring about the con- most: every phase of farming ac- lee, Baltimore, Md.. and Mrs. J. continued to far outrank all other
D. Haines >tivities in the county. |IR. Chasteen. Starke; and one son precincts i Lt.
speaker. Music by School Trustees, as that body struction of a golf course near the number of qual-
Born in Sparta Miss.. Oct. 12, |Hugh L. Brownlee Jr. of New ified
Presbyterian Church voters
Choir. would if it deemed it necessary, Starke. with a total of
interest has been shownIn Thursday. Apr. 15, Day of Fel- upon hearing actual evidence. I :.1883, Mr. Brownlee came toi .Orleans: a sister, Mrs. A. Vj f Long, 2222. f

Bradford schools in the Second lowship And Farewells. Rev. R. I make recommendations to the i Starke at the age of two with his I Gainesville: eight grandchildren Precinct No.3, South '

Annual Talent Show, Friday night E. McBlain speaker. Music by School Board.Motorcade. ,Mining Company father, the late James L. Brownlee I land two great grandchildren.j \ranked second with 1,207. Starke,

May 7. at the BHS stadium, to be First Methodist Choir. and his mother, Mrs. Sarah I Funeral services were held,Wed I Precinct No. l, Lawtey is
I Given PermitTo Logan Brownlee, who survives nesdgv afternoon at 4 o'clock i in third
the Starke Lions Club I with
staged by FridavjApr. 16, Day of Suffer a total of 771.
Rimert chair- I :, him. Early in his business career'he :the First Baptist Church with the
to Gay A. Goes Others
according ing. Rev. R. D. Sommer speaker stacked as follows
man of the talent committee. Music by First Baptist Church I II Drill On Roads was employed by PeninsularNaval |pastor Rev. Lewis D. Haines offij I.. No. 5, Ham ton, 353. :
ofthe I Stores as a salesman for j dating. Burial was in Crosby
chairman *
Clifford L. Currie Choit. I o. 8, Brooker, 297.
that Prof. Ed- ji 114 years. Later he establishedthe I i Lake Ci'meteryith DeWHt C. );
event To j 6
reports Johns ,
die Tompkins, RJE (colored) The will annual be held Easter Sunrise 5 Service > 1 I Rally tA t\ Permission for the Bear Creek: firm of Brownlee Bros. herewith 'Jones' Funeral Home in charge oii No. 4, Graham Theressa, 90.185.
a-m April 'arrangements.i'
Mining to conduct f .
has to furnisha I Company exploratory -: his brother. the late J. Milton i
School agreed No.7
High '* New River
18 lawn '
the of the
few acts of colored talent. There Shipman drillings along the right-Brownlee. and the business has ', Active pall bearers were O. A
lengthy motorcade of 35
awardedfor I residence adjacent to the Kings. cars of-way held hy Pradford County continued in operation for more i!Wigeirts. S L. Peek Jr.. T. B
will be separate prizes ley Lake Baptist Church. Rev IMcAlile | left Staike at 7 p.m. Wednesday Wis granted by the I Hardin W. New School
the colored acts. Currie also for' Gainesville County Com- than a quarter of a centurvMr B. Sewell. .V L Bus
madeto ). pastor of the First Acting n>!?sioners Mon-i morning in a Brownlee was a member of r Duncan and BV Peal
says that efforts are being Governor Charley E. Johns ad-
Presbyterian Church will bring
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meeting nt the courthouse. To Be
obtain a well-known personality the sermon on the subject. "The dressed a huge crowd on the court- Tii firm is in the 'j Bought
aag1 study
to MC the show. |Fact of the Resurrection" Special house square at 8 o'clock in be- of heavy mineral! I
deposits in Poor Cuts Price Of Berries For
Acts will come from schools Rev Robert> D Somme new half of his campaign for Governor. Florida.In Quality $2,863After

throughout the county and prizes j Two Juveniles Governor Johns was introduced ,
nastoi I' the First Methodis' a letter t > the commissioners ,
will be awarded on the basis of| to the Gainesville crowd by A. Z.
Chinch mines tu Staike from St I it':e company wrote in : |I i Poor quality of strawberries resulted -''ed that the season will not be a : ; inspecting two school
three : under 9 years: Adkins and Senator Dell his Ala- part
age groups shown
With Stolen Car Peteisburg where he was as'stant I "We in in i profitable one. by competitors, the
from 10 to 13: and from 14 up. I ; I chua County campaign managers. are certain the berefits to a sharp drop prices i Bradford
County School
i pastor of the First thi of production so far Board
will from of !i and received enthusiastic County. arising from a new'at the Starke Farmer's Market
Judges come .out response -
Methodist Church there. I ''this year of 7,763 crates is appreciably Monday morning selected the bidf
town. !Are Caught HereAlert Mi Sommer was born in th*> I from the crowd. A re- mineral deposit: of the type sought" i.this week according to market behind the 10.702 crates of ) Rivers Body Works. Jackson-

Those desiring to enter the con- '' Belgian Congo Africa, where hi J :ception was held at the Johns i ae clearly recognizable manager.. M. R. Judd. With some i,1953 at this time. Prices havr Tile, at a cost of $1,350, and the
should contact the principal work I campaign headquarters following The companv has conducted 'offerings graded 10 to 12 per cent been hassis bid
test police by Deputy "a rents. Rev. and Mrs. E. A. better year. though than I of $1,513.12 made by
01 their school. \Sheriff Fate Brown near midnight Rommer (now retired and livinj'n 'i the speech with Gov. and Mrs ,so'ne drillings in the county and ''unsuitable berries, prices dropped i,they were in '53. I he Andrews Motor Company of

Proceeds of the affair will be2;|(Monday resulted in the captureof lakeland) were missionaries s I I Johns in attendance. I permission from the cotimission- to a low of $3 a crate on Tuesday. The day-by-day figures follows: Starke, contingent upon approval

used for carrying on the Lions : two juvenile automobile thieve''ifor: : 17 After the rally Johns flew to ers will enable them !o continue Volume, too was way off, but Thursday: 43 crates; high $11.50. if the State Board of Education.
who had stolen years. i Miami to fill engagements. Hj i f-.r a limited tiaic. prospects are good for a big upswing ,low $8.10 total 39315. Total
sight conservation program. i I I a cat at Leesburg After graduating from Asbun," I. and ; cost of the bus. $2.863.12.
Ourne states that plans are ||two hours earlier. 'Theologjical Seminary. Wilmore. will return by plane Saturday and "INmeeting of the commissioners -,time for in Easter.volume quality in :; Friday: 54 crates: high :11.70.. wu agreeably surprising to School

under way to proclaim May 3 to I Brown out on a case earlier in 1 I J{,... Mr. Sommer spent two year: carry out the following schedule was op-owl with a prayer. :low $9.70: total $529.05. j Supt. H. P. Morgan.The .
the for Anril 10: by Reverend 8. F. Bear-1 During the week a total of 351 1 Saturday: 120 crates; $9.3O"
Ma\ 7 as Sight Conservation Week evening. was on his way home in the Illinois Conference befon e I of Brook- hi1fh county now has 23 school
in Bradford County. I when he noticed a youth attempting transferring to the Florida Con" I Green Cove Springs speaking rr The board acte.1 on oth"ruters :crates were sold bringing growers i low $7; total $883.55. ? \ t busses in operation. Morgan

i to get gasoline from a pumpat ferenre five :years aso: His firs it |at 10 a.m. .r: :I as i'>:h\\ t! a total of $2.682.80"t i, Monday: 39 crates; higr, $11.70, states that the nek one will replace -

Lacv Conwav's Service Station assignment in Florida was a i lt I I Palatka. speaking at 11:45 a.m. Appointed clark and inspectors!: ( With other berry producing flow.: $8.30; total $376.45. one now in use.

Minor Storm which was closed. He pulled<1!I Cttra. where he had charge tf Bunnell, speaking at 2 p.m. 1 for the First Primary Election. to. areas in production: notably Hammond I| Tuesday: 46 crates: hifth S5"9{).

II up in back of the car, and got out five small churches and hi i ls'!' Davtona Beach, speaking at .be held Tuesday. May 4. La., where they are ship--low| $3: total $198.90. Electric Barbecue fI

Knocks Out to question the boY. but the youthful ,,4 pm I Voted the ping seven cars a day. the squeeze j! | Wednesday: 49 crate: high I
poond charge> was Crystal! Rivei'vherv sjra )f $J 0 a* a donation .
bandit into the and I I j."' is on local berries and it is fear $7.50. low $4.60; total S3Ot.>$0. Now At El RanchoThe
hopped car he was pastor of twi; St. Augustine speaking at 8 .. to the Cancer Fund. upon

Utility Lines drove off. Brown in pursuit. churches 'pm I I the petition of \rr3. W. E Torode.
The stolen car was drivento I chairman, and 2,552 Apply/ El Rancho Restaurant announces
Dorothy Alvarez.
ward to.1but turned off at thirst Tax Collections I the installation of anlectrically

Disrupting telephone service I f dirt road to the right. whict 1 I Transferred the sum of $ioj into ,' For Exemption operated hickory
Tornado Nine Takes Three In Row the I
lines in to smokeo
and knocking out power i i proved to be a dead-end street ; I" I barbecue machine now in
sections of the city a thunderstorm At Lacy Conway's house the Cal r emergenciJ3. This operation.
struck this area early \I skidded to a halt. and Brown cap, i.money is to be administered:; byI Top $$167,000 On Homesteads I Herb Thomas. manager, states

Tuesday evening accompanied by I j lured the driver and anothei; Begins Home Stand Next TuesdayThe I. the State Wl'lfarrBoud.. tI I that all types of barbecue are

heavy rain. high winds. and hail. I'youth. Agreed to pay the expenses of The highest total ever collected. With a word of thanks for the I'I I now available including turkey,
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Trees were uprooted limbs blown i|I The two were placed in inc $::15 asked by Ja..k Trawick, county $167.03590. is reported by J R. fine spirit of cooperation he hasrecei'ed beef, pork. ham. or choice ribs.ilasARecord .
off and debris scattered over theo 1 iail. Brown then called Tornado baseball nine madeit f j county Kelly, Bradford County Tax Collector from property in
I three last week hit. sacrifice and two walks. j i
wins in a row a '
city streets !three-day meeting of Slate :
j Gainesville by radio and learned Mosl 1954 taxes as
l for county the county Gene Long, tax as-
beating Lake City 13-3: Gainesville At Palatka Tuesday night the i
quito Control i 1
Most serious was the damagedone :i that the car had been stolen at C--n-.nuSMon at Na- {of this week.Prepament. .
to the lo<<'&l telephone system :'Lcesburg. High 6-5. and Ketterlinus : Tornadoes ran into a strong PHS pies. Aprl 25i7McAliley. season reports that of the 2.756 i

Service was disrupted beI i i The owner. James R. Pad ett.Lesburg. here Saturday by a 9-8 score. i,team and went down 92. The of taxes saved tax- >|homesteads in the county a total | ..
The locals lost to Palatka 9-2 ,locals picked their two payers the sum of 5505.74, making .
'ween Starke and Kingsley Lake. who had notified police up only Heads ; credited to [of 2.552 have signed up for home- j "-
: the total taxpayers ,
Tuesday over there. runs in the first and :
'amp Blanding and the Trail got
,ot the theft at 10:10 that evening. ;;stead exemption. :
Ridge Mine. Lights in sections of A large home town crowd saw only two hits. the entire game. $172,541.84.Kelly !
,wrs sitting in the office of the \
:Pitcher :Children's \ that taxes are! Of the 204 homesteads st'!1 not -
Stark were out for about an ''sheriff at eesburg shortly after,the Tornadoes whip visiting Ket- I Johns and Dewayne Elder Group reports i ,' .
bow 'midnjffht. when h.- received the I|;terlinus in the first home game got the only hits. Johns started 96 per cent paid at this time, approximately -i I signed up. Long feels that In-many '

Hail heavily damaged a 10- 'ws that his car had been found. I l last Saturday night. Paul Rivers !]on the mound but had to be re- i Rev. W. S. McAliley. pastor of the same as last year.A J cases the owner may have ioved

ai-re planting of pepper and cu- ,He picked it up in Starke on Tues- broke up a tie game in the bottom:'lieved after three and one-third lithe First Presbyterian Church. total of about 159465.08 had ,: or died or that some may be own-

,umbers owned by Maurice Ed- daThi' youths were held for of the 7th when he slammed a :!i: innings because of a sore arm ':was elected- chairman of the Brad-;been collected at this time last ed by widows or those who! claim ;

wxrds Jr. but fortunately did the sheriff at Leesburg. ;home run down the right field suffered from pitching,:: last Thursday -I ford County Children's Committee ,year. Kelly says. and attributesthe r
lot fall in other fanning sectionsot line to end the game. !! night in Gainesville when it: i at the regular luncheon meeting: increase of $7.570.82 largely!I i exemptions. II
I was so cold. Palatka i to the increased assessments Last year at this time, 'Long .1
the \'Cunt yCareys Rivers started the game as picked un> in the Methodist recreational

:Group Formed I pitcher and his mates gave him a 'n'np hits off Johns. W. Rivers :building Monday. E. L. Matthews against railroad property. At the 'estimates. there were only ap- ,

comfortable 5-0 working margin ind Akridge. :was elected vice chairman and i\present time the railroads are!proximately 500 homestead exemptions '

Occupy To Back Patten in the bottom of the second inning Stflrtin Tuesday ni ht. April!I Mrs. E. A. Hall was re-elected contesting these assessments in listed on the books. He C
Home Purchased but he weakened in the 3rd and 13. the Tornadoes begin a three [secretary. the courts. urges the few who have flct yeti '; \ .

From Mrs. MirandaMr :For Judgship ave: up three runs. His brother i' Tame home stand when they meet I r Mr. McAliley will succeed Rev. i complied with the law. to visit L 6 : -

'Wallace.. relieved him and gave T/>ke City. Bolles, and P. K. ''T. G. Mitchell who served as Red Cross Total ,his office at their earliest cppor-
The thief now in the county 1
four more in the 4th Yonge. ':chairman : tunity.
up to transferred
and Mr*. T. H. Carey and I An organization of "home folks"to prior jail who attempted to steal an
inning to give the visitors a 7-5 : to Jacksonville recently.Staff .
n; -ee children. formerly of Key- work in the interest of the Stands At $1,782Bradford automobile from Mrs. E. J.
I ,lead. Masons To Meet members of the District Telegraph Errs-
stnne Heights. rwrty! imwed to' candidacy of Judge George L. ; (Vergfe) Flynn last week ;

iejnew hom east of Lawtey Patten for re-election as Circuit;:j Edgar Akridge went in to 'pitch On April 12th Welfare office in Green Cove New Postmaster John D. Kellum, 24, ia.i a long :
(in the 4th and the Tornadoes I I Springs were present and there County's Red Cross
% Carey is mployc>! reUtiansvtor I Court Judge of the Eighth Judicial gave police record according to Information -
,him three" in the was a general discussion of total now stands at $1,782.08. still. I* RepublicanI
H 1i:. for H.i""phieys Gold I Circuit was perfected at a L more runs Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. andA.M. given Sheriff P. D.
and an S-7 lead. Ketterlinus tied (methods for mere effective cooperation far short of the assigned quota.
< .i Deration. I of 50 citizens held 1 will
I meeting some hold its regular bimonthly Reddish by the Federal Bureauof
;the 8-all in the of the between the welfare Funds reported in this week included I The Telegraph erred last week
The property W'\S purchasedbv here morning. I score top
I1 Tuesday I meeting April 12 at Investigation at Washington.
the Careys froo Mrs. K'tty Officers elected at the initial I 6th. Rivers was the first man UP' '7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple 1 agency and the juvenile court I : Brooker $4813; Reno,, in stating that the new acting According to the record.

Miranda wife of the late'rizii. meeting were: E. L. Matthews, ,In the bottom of the 7th when 1 !comer of Orange and Call Streets'j I counselor in working on particular;i wE s
Ian i-onsul. The property con chairman: A. J. Thomas. Sr.. vice jihe: hit his home run. Worshipful Master Robert t j!cases. $121.36: State Maintenance Shop; I first post office appointment of a five cases of larceny of automobiles

MM.of a large twr story house chairman; Mrs. J. M. Smith. ': Edwin Johns a left-hander set: i Barksdale will preside in conferring .,.1! It was decided that a more Camp Blanding by Capt. Harry Democrat in Bradford County and has been in trouble -

H vi farm bud iinjs;:: !located>> on L chairman woman's division: and the Gainesville High nine down 11 the Master Mason Degree ej!definite course of procedure would 1 M. Hatcher Jr., $20.05. ;since the Republican administration ; uith authorities ever since

.'* : t 00 acres of land.AI (Carl Johns secretary. last Thursday night to gain a 6-5 i ,upon Lacy Frederick Conway wh o'be:' worked out at a meeting toe took over in Washington. 1943, when at the age of 13 heMas
one tim th's place belonged II| A meeting of officers and committee ,victory. In his five innings he I jis home on furlough from th i be held later. 1 BASK HOLIDAYThe Mr. McGriff registered as a Republican I arrested for juvenile de

1" > A A. Anni;, a building coni chairmen is called for 10 I eave up four hits and three runs 'Army. He will leave on April l!9 : Mrs. G. W. Roberts of LawteyiMrs. t Florida Rink at Stark*> on January 4, 1954 making -! nauency. A companion of

rt '. 1\', V'\ \ enlarg aid I :o'dock this morning (Friday) to. ,Edgar Akridge pitched the last tfor:, Alaska. I Cora Quattlebaum, and Rev. it unanimous for Republican Helium' states that Krilum

.. Klermzed the attractive homt'ore complete plans for advancinge two innings and gave up one hit All Master Masons are invitee d Robert Sommer of the First! will not be open for business! oFniday. 1 appointments to postal positions 'i iI has! not been out of confInement -

that is >vas known as the e Patten's candidacy throughout pnd two more runs. The Torna to attend. Light refreshment:s Methodist Church were welcomed I April 16. Good Friday, a in this county during the past two' for more than six month

!lei Jim Moore farm the six-county district does picked up five runs in th e ";iIl be served. as new members of the commttee: legal hol.dav in Fionda. years at a time since then.



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LONG BRANCHby visited in Tampa over the weekend I


I Jimmy LangfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA II Buddy Padgett's home Thursday )I _.
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Published Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under! The CJay Hill PTA will meet I!I duty in Green Cove this week. i I)
every Long Branch Church has 94 enrolled -
next Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock. i
March 3, 1879.
the Aet of 1
and 57 were present last ,
!All members are urged to be pre
ent. Visitors invited. Sunday. The pastor was away ,
MEMBER helping at the Biltmore Mission.
I Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard are
J. W. Winn brought the mes- ? f c
here spending their vacation in -_ ,
I Johns Has Support Of Many Weekly NewspapersTo their little cabin at Clay HilL sage.father He and says grandmother that his attended grand- I .;..-:::

Three of children
read the editorial pages of the big Bradford County man will have more interestin !i I to attend our mothers funeral-came ago.Long Probably Branch Church some of 50 the years old i i ..".... NN a'lasslfv

daily newspapers of the state might give Alachua County than would a man from Eugene and wife and son Lacy I settlers remember them-Jim and j i I
Leon Seminole Counties." :and family, and Joan Lang and
the impression that the press generally has I two children. ;(Daisy Padgett Autmann. j iI //////":=- ,

been unfavorable to the candidacy of Acting PLANT CITY (COURIER: "Charley Marion Wilkinson end family I Ebenezer Church has 35 enroll-I
ed in Sunday School and Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat April 10
Johns is the only candidate who has said:spent the weekend with relativesat
Governor Charley E. Johns for the unex-; I Training Union. They had 38 in
pired term of the late Governor Dan Mc- publicly that he will not seek a fouryearterm i: Clay Hill. Saturday they decided Sunday School and 38 in T. U. ...
Carty. It is true that several of the state'slargest in 1956 if elected to the interim term. II to have a Toddlers partyin I last Sunday. i I
In the short time he has served as governor order to get all of the rela-
daily have endorsed There will be a baptizing at j jI I
Johns has been in his actions and I tives and neighbors to gather in
another candidate but to jump to the con- .and visit since Marion's wife I Long Branch Bridge Sunday afternoon i, U. S. "GOOD EAT RITE BEEF
that Florida will
has given assurance move \
clusion that Governor Johns is without Audrey, hadn't met many of the at 2:30: o'clock, members of. I I II
forward under his administration.
friends among the press is to get a wrong folks in this neck of the woods.Ladies 'the Ebenezer Church announce I

impression.It ALACHUA COUNTY JOURNAL: "Char-

has long been the practice of weeklynewspapers ley Johns is a people's man, in our opinionWe H. C.
; to "exchange" with one another. believe this because two months or so Si'EK

and to our desk each week come some of ago he couldn't get the right time of day DISTRICT ONE LAWTEY j

the most influential weeklies in Florida. It from anyone in the state. Today he is regarded Born and reared in Bradford County. Experienced I

is quite evident that Governor Johns hasa among many thousands of voters as in School matters Has sened
strong appeal to the editors of these the top candidate in the three-man race for
as School Trustee. Presently serving' asCity I
small town papers, just as he has for the governor. We also believe-that even thoughthe Councilman at Late)' where he has ROUND
voters in the small towns and' rural areas of late Governor Dan McCarty's appoint- owned and operated his grocery store' for ,
the ments to various state offices excellent
state. were
Believes fair
12 year in honesty and playin 1 1j
Excerpts from a few of these Johns- Charley Johns has in many cases improvedon public office. j
favorable editorials follow: these appointments. The appointments. SIRLOINLB C
Your Vote and Support Will Appreciated j (
for instance of M. Johnny Walker as a mem-
SUWAXNEE COUNTY DEMOCRAT: ber of the Road Commission, and J. Milton (Pol. adv. Pd. for by II. C. Kelly)
"We feel that Acting Governor Johns' decision Brownlee as a member of the Turnpike i iI

to tell the people of Florida that he Authority were made on the basis of busi- _. JivertutmtHt I I
desired( only to serve the remainder of the ness ability." !I

McCarty term is the greatest single factorin From where I sit ..by Joe Marsh I U. S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite Beef
his favor. In the few short months he has BROOKSVILLE JOURNAL: In listingits ;

served as governor, Johns has been positivein reasons for endorsing the Johns' candi T Lb
his actions and has given assurance that dacy concluded with "Last. but not leastis H BON STEAKS E \ 19C 1
Florida would move forward under his ad- his championship on questions in which

ministration. Given two more years to the 'little man' and the little counties of this Easy Does It-Again! t I
serve as chief executive of this state, we be- state are vitally interested. -,,'A Ii i
lieve Johns can and will leave the office in THE WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS : ; U. S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite Beef

1957!> with a record of accomplishments that praised Johns for his ability to "select outstanding Aid Society had their it and hurry down to buy that Lb i
will benefit every section of the state." sale the other night- jacket back.This is the third time
aid rummage
assistants and to attract the 1" RIB ROAST S9C i
I've done it!" H
and as soon as the doors opened
BAKER COUNTY PRESS: "The Johns' and advice of some of the most able men in iI
"Easy" Roberts was inside. From where I sit everyone's entitled
candidacy has been particularly well received the state. I
Without a word, he headed to his own likeswhetherit's j
in Baker County. Being the Acting Governor This is just a sampling of opinion from straight for the coat counter, a sports jacket, a baseball
of Florida. Johns is in an enviable posi- that have team, or the beverage he likes for U. S. "GOOD" Eat.Rite
the smaller papers of the state picked out a shabby old tweed
tion in fact, no other man in the historyof come to our attention. Undoubtedly, there jacket, and paid for it. "Easy" dinner. For example the wife SIRLOINLb
the state has ever been in such a position are many others supporting the Johns' candidacy -, told me a little later that buying likes coffee along with Saturday I'' : TIP ROAST 69C ::1:1j
and he seems to be using all of the breaksof I his jacket back was getting to night spaghetti while I like a H

the campaign to the best advantage." Some observers believe that the small- i I, be a regular habit. glass each of beer.other We never personal try to"sell" I
on our
HIGH SPRING HERALD: "We've read town weekly newspapers are closer to the "That's been my favorite j

and listened to the early part of the race for "grass roots" and more in tune with the smoking jacket for years" he preferences '( :':.,.",,- :':; ; ;";;...s.- .':;:-:" ::--t"' "- -_ ;:.::---O:;: .--;:>!"%-- :?-,,-___ ;.;; ::-. ":'=;:.;._. ::,-:; ':::_; -c: ,., _
governor and come up with the conclusion pulse of the people than the mammoth dailiesof said."And my wife talks me into tJtf..u :
it Then I
giving regularly. 80e
that well do well to keep Governor Johnsin the big cities. If this is true, then Governor -I get to thinking away how much I like ( Delicious O'Sage
the office. If we wanted to be Johns would seem (contrary to popular I, No V/2 Can

strictly selfish about the thing we could say misconception) to have the edge on his op- Coprighr,1951,United States Brewers Foundation PEACHES 21C
that Mr. Johns is in a position to be more ponents in editorial support where it counts I
interested in High Springs and in our county most at the level of the small town and ,

than either of the other* two men. Surely a rural area voter. ARGO N

73ordenfAJff I No 303 Cans
I Now That One Vote Counts More Than Everin ,' E S 1 -- 25C

Several candidates have reported coming are three men in the race and I don't know I i iI
across Voters in the county who are still unaware one of them so I'm not going to vote." I MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
that candidates for the School Board Although it is hard to follow this voter's ICE CREAM

and the Board of County Commissioners are reasoning, he probably meant that now. with I N F Lb Bag
voted on-now county-at-large, rather than by countywide election of all officials, each Crisp almond meats 93C
districts. voter should know the qualifications of all ; ', and crunchy toffee

Of course. this has been in effect for candidates if he is to make an intelligent : candy are woven all .
School Board members ever since passage of choice. Perhaps he's right. but any voter i through Borden's smooth _.z---"" : "" ,,;.i'U-_ IIJ-- --- -_-----------..

the :Minimum Foundation Law several years who's worth his salt would try to find out I I r vanilla creamy ice cream''
ago. This election however is the first timeat something about that third man. rather than Enjoy Borden's
( least in Bradford County) that Commissioners withhold his vote entirely. I' A'mond' Toffee ice Lbs
have been picked by countywide vote. The privilege of voting can be used or cream now' POTATOES 1 0 25C
A recent Supreme Court ruling made this abused. A lazy voter who does not take the I 1

effective throughout Florida. trouble to investigate those running, has ,
On the May 4 ballot, every qualified voter only himself to blame if county affairs do .
will be entitled to express a choice for Coun- not go to suit him. I o..dkijr Fancy BantamCORN '
ty Commissioner from District Two and Dis- of ,
We have a good system government
Four. Likewise, voter express I I.Ears
trict may
every :
but it can be made better if each voter remembers ) 4 19CI
a choice for the three School Board I I. JCI
places to 'be filled. that every vote counts. This year I ,
Another candidate reported meeting a with the privilege of voting in ALL county .

voter who made this illogical remark: "There races, it counts more than ever. .b ,

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I No Armistice In Sight In War On Cancer !ICE CREAM A Gucider\ Cans
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Signing of an armistice last July ending their lives. ,es
hostilities in Korea gas an occasion for re The nationwide campaign to conquer this:
joicing throughout the country. During three country's second most deadly killer is being,, .'

years of warfare with Communist armies spearheaded by the American Cancer Society JEWEL Frozen Chicken
American forces had lost more than '5.000men I with a comprehensive, three-fold progran t

killed on a foreign battle field. of public and professional education. service, Lb
Today we are still engaged in a grin I to patients and scientific research into th< LEGS THIGHS BREASTS 89C

fight on the home front with an enemy mort:, causes and most effective methods of curing: 11 f
deadly than all the armies which the Communists or arresting the disease. I
put in the field in Korea. And or I i Everyone cannot engage directly thii
front there is armistice ir i campaign being fought by scientists, famil; .,' ,, ,,, ,
battle no
this _
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sight This current conflict is taking a year doctors. nurses and hundreds of thousand: OUR GOVERNOR -, -

I K toll of lives nine times greater than those<; of volunteer workers to eradicate cancer BARGE Alaska .
suffered by our armed forces during three t f But we all can join indirectly in the struggl ,
:years of war jn Rol ea. by contributing generously the causi t! Florida Can't Afford to Change SALMONDONALD S L Tall Can 33C
The foe responsible for this daily threa t: through our local American Cancer Societ;' ; Administrations Three Times in Four YearsI -

to the lives of Americans is cancer. unit. I
During 1953. a total of 227,000 person,:i We hope when a volunteer calls for :you: I Every change of administration
in the United States died from the drea<:1 donation you will not miss this chance tit [) brings a period of waiting DUCK SaladDRESSING :

disease which it is estimated, will strike a t t strike back at cancer man's crueles t delay stagnation. Each
NEW Governor finds adjustments Quart16oz
one out of every five Americans at some tim e enemy. personally desirable. But FloridaI 39C

...... .. .. cannot afford three changes of
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administration in four years.
Johns Acting
Charley as

z GEORGE OF STARKE L PATTER Governor rolling progress ,let's rolling has not gotten again.have the Keep another State's it PICKLJSPUFFIN E S 2 Jcfrs 19C:1If

period of delay and uncertainty.
CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED HIMSELF AS Charley Johns has started a _
great ALL.FLORIDA program. <: -, =-lC::c :.-"" -:= __<_ .__ __ ..,. :.
j CIRCUIT JUDGE Keep Charley Johns as our Gov-

ernor. Give him a chance tot SUPERBRAND
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT finish the great program he has Ballard or PillsburyBISCUITS

Judge Patten. a graduate of the University of Flori- started.

da College of Law, is 44 years of ageHe is married to MARGARINE I E

r the former Mary Canoga of Starke and they have ona 55 lerMa. J..e. ("']< W. Dea4ti.h i iti"t I
'I't MVayx S'I't' G+.x to Trtwir
son He is a Baptist. Mason and Rotarian. ) .p
Judge Patten i is filling the unexpired term of the late Lbs

Judge .\. Z. Adkins and is now seeking a full term as "Irr, 'fj" (II ldrreneaaii Cans 1 4C 2 39CI"
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your Circuit Judge !

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I Come To Lawtey For Bigger Bargains

understanding that delivery -would I plus $1.68 per mile from the Lawi i i for the purpose by the city. MAYOR SHUFORD

! Lawtey's 1 1st Quarter Finances ToldThe i'Telephone Service Seen For Lawtey !I i|take((4))from Supply six to the eight City months.of Law j'I tey this city extra limits.charge On would a 2-party be line 84c!I i I, Bishop installing gave a the telephone figures on system costsof ., GIVES ADVICE

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mile while for line
I per 4-party
tey with service at a fixed base I in Lawtey. The 100-line board
Lawtey City Council met I; Telephone service for Lawtey ((2)) a plot of land about 50 rate, which, he said, would be i the extra cost would be 42c per .i After fining Dorothy Perkins.
Hall ]Lawtey Youths and the surrounding area took a X 100 on which to erect a tele- { I he said, would cost $11,600.ith
Monday night at the City only slightly higher than that now mile.The colored, East Lavrtey. $15 for
and approved the financial report I Ask FacilitiesFor 'ang stride forward at a meeting phone building.If I charged in the City of Starke. : council acted promptly on I Ii an additional cost of about $1,243to : fighting at Schoolboy Kelly's::

submitted by Mrs. Ethel I i': Monday night of this week of the these two steps were taken' Service outside of Lawtey wouldbe i the proposal, by instructing Bishop -I install it. An average installa-, j j Drive-in last Saturday night.

Reddish, city clerk. The report RecreationIn Sty Council with H.A.BishopJr.., by the council, Bishop promised: I',I furnished with an extra charge I I'I to draw up the necessary papers tion in the city, he reported, Charles Shuford offered
I of the Mayor
the first three monthsof manager Starke Telephone (1)) To take the the involved
covers over existing 'depending on mileage would cost his about
the Councila I and setting a meeting for company I
letter to City I
Company. this adviceat
a 'I the defendent quaint
1954, as follows: I phones operated by the Southern and the type of service. ( .
JANUARY INCOME group of young people of LaW- Bishop said he had two requestso Bell Telephone Company; there Bishop indicated that the base !Wednesday at which time the $250.A 'I police court held Monday nightat

Cigarette Tax $337.61 tey requested that some provi make of the council as a prerequisite are eight now in operation. :rate for Lawtey for a private line I council and Bishop would select note or humor was introduced the Lawtey City Hall:
into the
Fines, forfeit. 768.00 :sion be made for recreational >, service to inauguraaig to the ; telephone (2)) To install ten phones, or in would be about $4, per month a suitable site for the proposed j'!I after Bishop, declaring meeting his, when sin- I "If you want to fight, be sure
Sale of jugs 16.00 facilities. The letter, in part, follows area: other words, take over the eight and a private business phone building. The council said that if cerity, stated have
positively that he do it at home. You a
Occ. Licenses 80.00 : : ((1) A franchise for operationor now existing and supply two additional about $5. A 4-party line in Law- city land could not be deeded to would show up at the next meet I you

Road Main. Tax 343.17 the generation ofLawtey I fl one year, to be extended at within 30 days. tey would cost about $2.50. .the Starke Telephone Company, ing dead or alive. Mayor Charlie husband and you can fight with
City Taxes 13.74 We young t he close of that time, if suitable (3) To immediately order a Service out of Lawtey for a with provisions, that the land Shuford said wryly: i him all you want, but just be
feel it is your duty as II I I. t
JANUARY EXPENSES councilmen of Lawtey to see that service had been furnished, 100-line switchboard and other private line would cost each sub- might be used on a longtermlease I "Well, don't bother to show up !,I sure you do it at home from now
Street Work $307.12 we have some kind of recreation.As t o a 30-year franchise, and necessary equipment, with the scriber the regular base rate, or another plot purchased I cif you're dead!" on!''

Garb. Collec. 63.50 you know, there is nothing to -

Clerk, Salary do and many of the small boys :
&; fees 54.00 have got into trouble during the

Truck tag 2.50A. year and still are doing so.
J. Thomas, Jr. We would accept anything you

retain. fee 50.00 have in mind, or that you think .
Feed Prisoners 7.99 the City of Lawtey can afford. Wehad"
Street lightsCouncil 54.43 in mind a skating rink or
attend. 14.00 teen town such as they have in

Marshall sal. Starke : .
& fees, less We know you will help us with
w. h. taxMayor t430.40 I! ,
this problem

Income salary TOTALS 8.00$1,558.52 Young People Signed,of Lawtey Another New

Out-go 991.94 (Ola Mae Phillips Sammie Gault, .
Connie Harley, Gayle :Moore, Helen
Hicks, Monroe Gaskins, Mary Ann
Cigarette Tax $346.55 :Motes, Junior Carter, Cecil Smart.)
Fines, forfeit. 487,50Occ. ,
I| The council discussed the pro-
Licenses blem sympathetically, and finally
City taxes 44.20{[decided to turn it over to the PTA ,
FEBRUARY EXPENSES i 1' for recommendations, inasmuchas

Street Work $520.46 the body felt that the PTA was Service Station
Garb. Collec. 56.00 the proper group to study the

Clerk Salary request of the young people and I
& fees 49.00 work with them. I'
Truck &; grader
Misc. expense 32.17 The C uiilr JudRC'n Covet !. and
F Bradford County, Florida
Street lights 54.43'Council lu*r Pro......
attend. 6.00 IX RE: The Estate of LURLINE
GRANT, Deceased.otlrc ..,
Marshall sal. :\ of FHUc Petition For Flaal111arbarge '. .. ... ., .
& tees, less w. h. 335.40 of 'dmIDh..r..louTO ..'..,\, H7.. .. "" _
8.00 ALL WHOM: IT MAT CONCERN: -. .. !:;t": I' -
Mayor salary Notice is hereby given! that I have '" ;r :
TOTALS filed final returns as Adminis- '
my .. I
Income $968.25Outgo trator of the Estate of Lurline ) ,...
(Grant that I have filed my Petition ,
$1,075.46INCOME for Final Discharge and thatI "
MARCH will apply to the Honorable T. A.
Yawn County Judge of Bradford j. arI ,
Cigarette tax *$438.70Fines County, Florida, on the 30th day of i.la ,
forfeit. 502.00 April A.D.. 1954 for approval of the I
same and for Final Discharge as the I
Bus line' 25.00 Administrator of the Estate i.f Lur- I
Occ. licenses 25.00 line Grant deceased.
This the S6th day of March, A.D.,
City taxes 68.00 1 1954. -- .
MARCH EXPENSES: (s) Harry H. WheatleyAdmin-
istrator of the Estate uf Lur !Cl
Street Work 1033.56 line Grant, deceased l
Garb collec. 56.00 Williams & FutcbT. luYtl -......
O. IM: 188 ow wwrL .
Clerk salary .xri
Starke, Florida t.
& fees 50.00 Attys. for Administrators
4,2 4t 4.3
'rucki&; grader '4 \ .
misc. exp. 171.67 I I
Street lights 54.29 Ju The Count? Jmdx.r'x Court Of *
Bradford C u.ty. Florid \
Council attend. 8.00 IRE: EBtate of EUV1XA A. REX- rs ,i
Marshall salary NOLDS, Deceased. ,!

& fees, less w. h. 374.00 1 TUB STATE TITATIOX OF FLORIDA to all
Mayor Salary 8.00 persons whose names and respective ,
TOTALS places of residence are unknown,
and who have claims against or interest -
Income $1,056.70 in, the estate of Ervina A.
Out-go 1.755.52 Itennolds as next of kin. distribu
tees heirs legatees or beneficiaries -

Total months Out-Go 1954 for three $3,82292' You: are hereby notified that a NOW OPEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
petition has bren filed in said Court
Total Income for three praying for determination of heirsof
months 1954$3.583.47 Ervina A. Rennolds, deceased
and you are hereby required to file ,
your written defenses thereto within -
T R trw | forty days after the first publi-
5 ,jcation. Should you fail therein decree -

I/Unyb'-Jr I I of upon WITNESS said will said fourt be petition.my entered at hand Bradford in and due the County course seal ON U. S. 301 AT LAWITh1Y

Florida. this 26th day of March A.
D., 1954 \
!./! (OFFN IAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn
I County Judge. ('I i
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Aunt Jemina Flour, 5 Ibs. 45c

Maypole Flour 25 Ibs.
Present This Advertisement And Receive !
Large Lima Beans, 24-oz can. 28c : {

Hersey Sugar, 5 Ibs. 45c

Red & White. Reg. Grind Coffee, Ib $1.10 I These Offers \ FREE FRE.E,. .

Cheer, large pkg. 29c i Good For LUBRICATION WASH JOB

Cabin Home Meal 5 Ibs 28c

Thrifty Rice, 3 Ibs. '. 35c 60 DAYS
Lubrication 69c F' Wash & Polish Job 5.95

Cheese, 1 Ib. 49c I, .

Swift Premium Fryers, lb. 45c : Only._ Free Balloons and Lolly Pops For The KiUdies

Swift Premium Bologna, lb. 39c i,

Choice Round Steak, lb. 69c
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WSCS Circles Mrs. Senie Prevatt Fashion ShowSponsored suit for I' ficates shall be redeemed accordingto I the 3 day of May 1354. ;
Divorcehas law the property described in Dated this J day of April. 1954. I
J Met This WeekThe been filed against you in .he'> such certificate or certificates will (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby
And GranddaughterMrs. By BSP above named Court and cause And be sold to the highest bidder tt the I Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
you are required to serve a cot/ of. ""rt hou1do.ir on the first Monday ford County. Florida I
three circles of the Methodist Next ThursdayThe your answer or pleading tr the < in month of May 1954. wh i-h is 4 9 4t 4 .18
complaint on the Plai itifreAttorney i
W. S. C. S. met the first of Joseph K. Skipper. 221 ....-
the week at the following homes: ,, juvenile fashion show featuring Graham Building, JaikaonwllrFlorida
local talent, sponsored by
Circle 1 met with Mrs. C. A.I I and rile tue original In the office ol
r I the Beta Sigma Phi sorority, will I
Darby and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright '[ I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I be an event of Thursday, April or before the
Gladys Mooty\ at the home of the former Tues-'' t 10 day of May, 1954; II
15 at 8 o'clock in the Legion Hall
otherwise the allegations of said
Phone 35 day morning at ten o'clockith
W. Call street. Complaint will be taken as confessed
Mrs. L. D. Vining, leader, conducting Ion r by I
_______ I I ..I"..'" .. .1 I 4y Practice sessions will be held you.This notice shall be publishedonce
--- the business session
Tuesday and Wednesday after- each week for four consecutive
Baptist Circles : Mrs. E. K. Perryman, president weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Stork Shower noons at 3:30 o'clock in the Legion
of the society was a visitor and I graph.
Hold \ ,Hall. There will be no practiceon Dated this 7 day of April. 1954.
For Mrs. HatcherAt MeetingsThe opened the meeting with prayer OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i i
i Saturday as adver-
,Mrs. introduced Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Vining I
Camp BlandingThe Daisy Fowler Circle of the I tised. I II '. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk FUMOL
I Robert Sommer, wife of the new 4/9 4t 4.30In
First Baptist Church met in the I Proceeds from the show will go
Club at Camp ,minister, and extended her a cordial -
home of Mrs. Edna Hutchinson The Circuit 'ourt Of Florida.
Blanding was the scene of a delightful I invitation to attend the society Y organization Eighth; Judicial Circuit. In And
:Monday afternoon with ten mem- MOTH
stork shower I meetings. For Bradford County; In Cham-err:
surprise bers and one visitor present. The Those appeanng in the show. I|I i Ruth Kmmons last Friday evening honoring Mrs. : Following the business meeting, I Paul Vincent Grant. Defendant.
meeting was presided over by Mrs.
contact Mrs. Ned
i please Yancey OTIfE: TO APPKtU
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Spiritual
Harry Hatcher IL Hostesses for Maxie Carter, leader, and Mrs. by Saturday, and not later than I To: Paul Vincent ( rant, whose Protection I
the affair were Mrs. J. A. Griffin, i Life Chairman, gave the devo- I residence and address I is: 2 Cheney I
Charles Darby gave the devotionaland Monday and give her a written
Mrs. Katherine Stephenson. Mrs. tion, using as her subject the I Street Springdale, Maine. AT NO
brought an interesting mes- (description of the costume your Ton are hereby notified that a
Ned Yancey Mrs. Bob Patterson. parable i of the sower. Mrs. Merrill I suit for divorce has been filed I ,
sage on "The Carver School". i child will model at the show.
Struth I against in above named
Mrs Ira Harris, Mrs. Mike Shep- had charge of the program I _. you the EXTRACOST 0Protects
The hostesses Mrs. Dankel and Court and cause and you are required -
pard and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs. Furlong served refreshments. and gave an interestingarUde Mr. and Mrs. Ben :Mizell of to serve a copy of your Answer -
from the Methodist Woman Senie Prevatt and grand- or pleadings to the Bill of !
The Easter motif was attrac- Jacksonville spent the weekend
Lorena Epperion Circle, Mrs.R. daughter, Alice Faye the daughter Comp'iint on the Plaintiffs attorney Your
carried out in the elaborate entitled "Two Vital Needs- Mrs. Mizell's Mr. ,
tively B. Alvarez, leader, met in the I with parents, Carlos E. Harper 204 West
decorations. The refreshment table Faith and Discipline" by Nellie of Rev. and Mrs. George Fon- 'and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez.II. University Avenue Gainesville, Clothes from
home of Mrs. E. Lawson with Mrs. II zo Prevatt of Lawtey. Mrs. Pre- Florida, and file the, original in the
Dyer. Mrs. Struth I
was overlaid with a pink cloth, G. V. conducted her I office of the Clerk of the Circuit
centered with an artistic arrangement Lee as co-hostess. After a I program by reading one of James vatt is 85 years old, the motherof Circuit Court Bradford County Court on or before the 10 day of I < X
devotional by Mrs. D. L. Thomas. I Metcalfe's 11 children and 35 grand- I| Florid I. Chancery. May. 1954: otherwise the allegaJ J' eY Moths
of spring flowers in a low Mrs. Lee I poems on prayer and Theresa Maria Correnti, Plaintiff, tion. of said Pill of ('
bowl flanked by burning pink presented a program on faith. children. Alice Faye is the vs. Anthony Correnti, Defendant. be taken as confessed by you. I
"The Carver School" with Mrs. Case No. 10439Order 1HFC SANER
'I youngest-one old. This Notice shall be published i
The 16 members year
in four-branch candelabra. present were Silverfish
tapers E. Lawson assisting.The Ot rubllcatlon And Notice once each week for four consecutive '
Mrs. Stephenson presided at -the served tempting refreshments To Appears State of Florida Tot weeks in the Bradford County \
hostesses assisted by Mrs.D. Anthony Correnti, whose residenceand I Telegraph Starke, Florida. 403 W. Call St.
silver service where Russian tea I prior to the meeting.Mrs. Garden Club !
L. Thomas, served refresh- : address is: Unknown.You Dated this 2 day: of April, A.D. Cockroaches
was served. are required to appear on ,, 1954. Starke, Fla.
ments to the 11 members and one I J. C. Hobbs entertained Plans WorkshopMembers May 10, 1954, in the above named I (OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A. Darby
The many lovely and useful Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court Carpet Beetle
visitor, Mrs. R. A. Green, pres- I members of Circle 2 Monday afternoon I
gifts were presented to Mrs. Hat- I seeks divorce, custody and controlof Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
of the
Starke Garden
ident of the WMU. I at 3 o'clock in the Men's minor child.Bradford 4/9 4t 4/30
cher in a pink and blue decorated Mrs. Garl Club will meet Saturday after- County Telegraph shall -
Ida Darby Circle, Fellowship Room in the educa-

bassinet Mathews leader, met in the homeof II tional building with 11 members noon at the Parish House on publish weekly issues.this Order in next four \OTJ(FOR''': OF TDKF.I tPPl.IClTIOV :/::-. ::=-. = .": : ;: ': -:;;' '_._' : ---::-: ::- ._ :,

During the evening baby char- Mrs. W. L. Andrews with Mrs. present. Mrs. L. D. Green, leader, Church street from one to five Witness my hand and officialat Rouse Bill '0. 1M12 % I I'T
ades and baby story games were Floyd. Green as co-hostess. The I o'clock for a flower arranging Starke, Florida, this April 'S, Notice is hereby given that Kilit-1( I ETO
presided over the business ses- .OFFICIAL SEAri Charles A. 194'j Tidwell the holder* of the following ELECT STAFFORD L. CREWS
played and prizes were awardedto devotion was given by Mrs. I sion. workshop.Mrs. As Clerk of said r certificates has filed said certifiratff -

Mrs. Jerry Gay and Mrs. Tom- Ronald Andrews with Mrs. F. Mrs. J. L. Price of Jackson- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy ., for a tax deed to be issued 4
J. H. Ritch had of
charge 505 Building
I Zach It. Douglas. Lynch thereon. The certificate numbers
my Gill. Register Sr., Mrs. Mathews, and the program and gave interestingtalks ville, District 3 Director, will]] con- Jacksonville, Florida. sad years of issuance, the description THE
Thirty-five guests enjoyed the Mrs. Andrews taking part. One on two subjects "Discoveryof duct the workshop. Members are Attys. for Plf. 4:9 4t 4. 30HOTICt of the property, and the nam 4 t

occasion. new member was enrolled. the World in 1953" and "Faith asked to bring' containers and 1 :: TO APPEAR in which: it was assessed are a>- follows 4 SCHOOL BOARD -- DIST.

The hostesses served refresh and flowers to work with. In Circuit Court Bradford County> Certificate No. 71. Year of Issuance, THREE IHE I
Discipline" Florida In Chancery.Floyd i 1952.: 4
Kindergarten ments to the ten members pres- The devotion "Methods of Sow- Hostesses for the afternoon will B. Hefner Plaintiff. Eliza Description of Property: SW4 of 4
ent. be Mrs. C. A. Parham, Mrs. C. beth Hefner, Defendant.Case. XK'i.1 i't'('. 16. T. 7 S. R. :22 E.
ing Seeds" was led by Mrs. J. F. :>;0. 104J7Xallce 4 IS
'Name in which
Program Is Set and assessed: Pearl DeesAll
Mrs. E. Lennon
Business Circle K. ,
McComb Life Fuqua To Appear I of said
Spiritual Secretary. 1.' .. property being in the
The Business Women's Circle. the business session Mrs. E. Lawson. To: Elizabeth Hefner, whose residence ,l. 'innt> of Bradford State of Fli.nda. BY PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
Mrs. C. J. Priest's kindergartengroup During plans*I and address, I is I'nknown.You \
will the will meet Monday night at 7:30 were made for closing the year's are hereby notified that a I'nlt---- such cfrtifn itt" or ivrti- Two Terms as School Board
present playlet.
o'clock with Mrs. E. D. Tenly, work. Altar Society j 4 0'I
Cinderella", Saturday night ,at :Member
B o'clock in the American Mrs. Lacy Silcox, and Mrs. J. W. Refreshments were served by -I tr I II '
Legion Hostesses C. J. To Install Officers \ Progressive C
Abell and Mrs. Farmer Veteran
the hostess during the fellowshiphour.
Hall. There will be no admission:
Houpt program leader. 4 ,- of World War I Graduate of
charge and the publc; is anvitl'd.All St. Edward's Altar Society met I' ."
of F
in the Catholic : 9 years business ad-
Circle 3 met Monday afternoonat Tuesday evening
Woman's Club I 4 ministration
recreation hall for installation of as manager; Starke
the home of Mrs. Daisy Ferryman -
NITH/ 4& Builders
l/ To Hear ReportsThe on Walnut street. new officers. I 5 % Supplies 1

The meeting was opened with Those taking office were Mrs. As l.

Starke Woman's Club will prayer by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, I Joe Wallace, State Farm, president School Board Members are Elected By All The .\

meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 president of the society.A : Mrs. Mike Gilhooly, vice- RADIO .4 People of the County. I regret that it will be impossible E

o'clock in the club house. Annual timely business session was president: Mrs. Louis Dean, State j I lor me to get around and see each and every voter in

I reports from committees, from conducted by the leader, Mrs. A. Farm, treasurer; and Mrs. Mary I AND person. I am sure you will understand however, that

,.all officers and their respective \Vood. She also welcomed the new Humphries, secretary. 'I : my farming activities at this time of the year will not

i chairmen will be submitted at pastor's wife, Mrs. Robert Som- After a short business meeting I A.. TELEVISIONSales I permit me to do this, and I will appreciate it if you will
a this .
meeting. t mer, who told how much she and Mrs. Henry Stefanelii served : accept this message from me as a personal request for E

U Miss Aubrey Newman, Library her family appreciated all the I freshments during the social re'l "'I'.......... your vote and support in the May 4 Primary.
'chairman, will have 3
I Department work that had been done at the : C
Style 203fl charge of the program and will parsonage and how much they Phi w
|present Rev. R. D. Sommer, the are enjoying their new home. Sigma I and Service 4 Your's Sincerely Stafford L. Crews

Methodist minister, who will Sets InitiationThe .,
new Miss Kate Struth a time- I I I I I I
gave I 3 (P4. Pol. Adv.) .
Easter Flattery give an Easter message. Ed Alt-I Iv devotional "What Kind of Sight 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida E
Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill e .
man will sing an appropriate ,' ._ I
Easter and Miss Margaret (Have We? hold initiation ceremonies atj II --- ;: :::= :" __": :.-:-. :-:, J =-- :-:-_ =-': :::- -. :-: -
song Mrs. J. W. Andrews gave an ac- .
Almost No ShoeDo I the home of Norma Currie Mon- J
Rose Duncan will give a piano count of the work of William day night at 7:30: o'clock. Those ;. _- -_'_ ___ _. :: ___ _.: -: _'_ _.._ ': U_ "=:.'=-ii'-: :_ -:- :-.- ::: -'' ._: = -',._ '_'..:: ::_: -:: :::-_ ==_ __ :.- :: '
solo. I I Duncan, layman missionary to II IIto
be initiated at this time are
your foot a favor with Hostesses for the afternoon will i I Indians. Johnny Sue Urquhart, Minnie Lou
Miss Newman Mrs. G. L. Far- i
be with
lovely high-stepping occa- The meeting was closed Patray, Lucille Payne, Betty May ;,
ber, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. Fra- by the leader.
prayer and Johnnie Conner.
sion sandals that are almost zier Shaw, Mrs. L. N. Pickeringand AnniversaryA
Delicious refreshments were A dinner for the new pledgeswill
no shoe, just all flat- Mrs. Harmon Morgan. I
I served by the hostess to the 15 )) be held at Barry's following

tery. Curving bands of members present. the initiation.
BPW Notice
supple white leather clasp
over the vamp anchor the The Starke BPW will meet I -. I

slim II Monday night April 19, at the ,
T-strap. Open at the
home of Mr?. C. J. Houpt on N.

toe and heel to welcome Walnut St. A special program: .

each cool breeze: perchedon will be presented by Mrs. Ali:e &CWtB4hLtLfrJ I

McPherson of Ocala on the Florida I 11X
the stiletto-sharpness ofa Industrial School there. II I Ii

spike heel. Only All members are urged to attend i "
this meeting as officers will 1 'Twas bad enough there beinga I II anellis from San Diego, Calif "I

be elected for the 1955-54: club I shortage of news on the social I last. evening for just a chat Week Onlyl'
year. and gossip side this week but have you spotted Eloise Cowen :

4.95Bobbie's the pay-off was when 25 to 50 and sister, Louise Johns, with .

I phones were put out of order their new-look hairdos 'twas : '
Study Course 'Tuesday night and Wednesday quite an honor for Sharon Locke / .
For RA's And GA's.The I by that terrific wind, rain and who has been in Norfolk, Va.

i hail storm we had Tuesday evening with husband Brad for only about .

Study Course for RA's and so I couldn't contact folks two months to be among the I -.r"- :

GA's taught by Mrs. H. A. Law-' before deadline. Spotted the City final five in the drawing for the

BooteryIn son and Mrs. F. B. Beard Monday linesmen chasing all over town I election of queen on the Armed I

night, was well attended. Re' 1 during the night and the next Forces Day program on May 15. I Your Gifts for .

Ducky'sStarke freshments were served by Mrs,. [morning fixing torn down wires I. Myrtle Anderson received a ,I Buy .

J. E. Hildebran Young People's i 1''':' over in the Northeast section I delightful birthday present onI I

Fla. Director, to the 39 members pres. of town they were still working on Monday when son, A. W. and wife

ent. i the lines all Wednesday morning'I Mary Jo arrived from Ventura

-. |with that section without electricity Calif. for a visit here with their EASTER *

j Sara Lawson had to families.

!take one of her hair driers over (For your "must-see" calenderfor
--- P
to Lawson's house so her
j' Mary the week: the kindergarten's
"wash and set" clients could
i their hair dried-such running playlet "Cinderella" at Legion

OR NOMEiOONTAIN : back and forth. Hall Saturday evening at 8; the I ,

i I See Donnis Epps has returned Methodist Youth Choir Easter
:to her job at Farm Home Auto program at the Sunday evening MOTHER'S DAY :
service and the Beta Sigma Phi
supply after six weeks absence
&te Z+ i due to illness and hear that Denver juvenile fashion show Thursday I @

MM I Devrick has wo.n another Air- evening at 8 at the Legion Hall''
!. Cottrell i q
Claire postcards
i. DISK SIT : Conditioner for the 2nd time I .
running, for selling his quota of :]I I that her new address is 1660 ,
!i Pinehurst Drive S. W. Atlanta
.3-00 Your tractors in the So. Ga. and Fla.i j I 1
t it will still be
j. Says many OFD'frWATCHES
COMrlm territory hear that Herb I
favorite Thomas has added a new restaurant I weeks before she'll be able to ,I *
Point after her fall several
: to h;<= increasing chain-the(I walk ( )

l II Ayoi1l1btl :former Foy Restaurant on Tem- i months oga) Here's wishing I

her well t
':p3e avenue going to miss i

the Dolvin Foreman and Bill Steve Brodip took a chance ,
Colsen families who are moving to :.when he jumped off the Brooklyn

Callahan around the 15thtakingover :I Bridge, and so did Jimmy Cannon. i r-.

the Sunoco station run by local barber when he bought an '

them is W. J. Dodd, Jr. and son ,Irish Hospital Sweepstakes ticket i DIAMONDS .fif]

Bill. I for his girl friend A letter

Orchids to the R. F. Youngsand I from Ireland recently notified

Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3.00 Jesse Sherwoods who distributed I the astonished girl that she had 1 :( CHINA

I. about 75 bunches of flowers drawn a prize The amount I

Maroon Green Walnut BlackIn to in the VA in didn't into four five
Cray vets hospital run or figures I CRYSTAL '

,Lake City last Sunday see but never-the-less the thrill "
Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings !I the F. D. Bennetts have moved I was just as great One hundred -

from the Tucker apartment to I pounds (or some $231)) is : JEWELRY AND GIFTSRoberts

- the L. D. Vining cottage the ,the tidy sum involved .

;iH. K. Holleys have moved from I Friends will be glad to know

'the Cermenars apartments to that Marian (C of C) Howe is

Avery Inn and the George Tay- getting along so well after under-

lors of Jacksonville have rented going an operation in St. Vin-

the Kincaid cottage on N. Wal- !cent's Hospital last Sunday Jewelry

nut. I She should be home by now, I

Alice and Sam Anderson received 'believe Hear that all the
word that son, DK-2:! Lyle |nurses at St. Vincent's vouch for

; Anderson, will dock in Mayport II(the fact that Marian made some Your Jeweler
FILING CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS over the Easter weekend and will I potent speeches for Charley Johns

be home for a short visit i I while confined to her hospital
128 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Fireman Billy Murrhee made a I room PHONE 260 143 CALL ST. STARKE FLA.

:surprise telephone call to his I See you in the nextCarolyn

uncle and aunt, the Henry Stef-



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FRIDAY, APRIL 9, -1954
.... PARK FIV16Pth&natit !
Ii i

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson,I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deloney of .Mis.: Lex Green, Mrs. Maxie which we are engaged in business I 1

Jr. of Ventura, Calif. are here on I Ozark, Ala. were guests over the I tat: ct.' lrs. Cu;; Sale: 9nl..M-s at the TE'mple'e.parties interested., Starke in said Fla. business That- I __ = ::' _=- -: :,:. --i: t<--''': :I =-'= :'= :::.::- _=,___ ,_ ,

a six weeks vacation visiting their 'weekend of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Charey E. Jnatlnde.J the are: .

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. An- :Dansby. laitisVMTJ S.E.e u:'rrtion Herb Thomas, Box 225, Starke

derson, Sr. of Starke and Mr. andMrs. Miss Dolores McKnight and n l'./ ona J3.'&(" i Tuesday: i-vl Fla.Charles Krochalis, Gen. Del SALE I

J. G. Caldwell at State Farm :Paul Hutchins attended the exhibition -I \Wd.I'sday.Connie Starke. Fla. I
Dated this 9th day of April A.D
THE NEWS and also traveling through the I: baseball game in Jacksonville White Pumps at 1954; "at Starke, Bradford Counts. 'L I
Northeast. Saturday afternoon. Stump's. Florida. I 38-Pc.Kitchen .
I 4/5 4t 4, 30In
Unlined Suits $11, Weekend:] Mjr. H. H. Adams of Camp \. and Mrs Ju.ijus Smith spent I
I at LEILA'S. j,Gordon Circuit fart, Bradford County.
Special Ga. is home on a week's ,
Mrs. Bert Newcomb will spend' :Mrs. Ed Hicks left Tuesdayfor the .eekend .n:3t. Augustine as Florida la Chaaeery. I
Mrs. David Scott and Mrs. :leave of absence. i Betty WeathE'r..poon'lIker..on.. v-..1
the weekend with her husband, | Quonsette Point, R. L to |the ; ests of ::o'! and Mrs K. t
.Nwrman Lee Wilkerson, Defendant I
Ceorge Stevenson of Decatur, Ga. When you care enough to send I .
Pvt. Bert Newcomb, at. Camp :spend a month with her husband .Vail They'r. >led the! .tateArm Case No. 10-438
are spending this week with Dr. the very Best HALLMARK I Order of Publication and Notice To ONLY I
Gordan, Ga. and then leave Mon- i who is stationed at the Naval Air \ ) Officers Ju'n"! at the
Easter Cards Appear State of Florida Tot --
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. at Bullington Studio !
I' ('e 1e Leo i hotel Satiday Norman LeeWilkerson, whose
for Ill. Station there.
day Chicago to spend a Phone 80
Starke Fla.
Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. David |and Gift Shop, Phone 265, Starke"flL residence and address is: Unknown 1
week with her father, L. D. Vern- 1 en'fg. .
I TERRIFICLtES, too gO'd'to Montgomery, Mrs. Gibson: You are required to appear on I
Larry I
etti of Fairbanks, Alaska, who Pvt Hollis v' Knight Jt of May 10. 1954, in the above named $89.95 i
mffor your medicine chest; I and Mrs. W. T. Jackson spent Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs andi. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff i
,r rt Jackson, C. the
will be in Chicago on business. I Aspirin, Mineral Oil, Rubbing Thursday of last week in Jack- Joe Andrews attended the theatre i spent seeks divorce, custody and controlof '
I t. 'ki nd with !hi-i father in StaikeM : minor C'hlld.Bradford :, I I
Mrs. R. M. Griffin of Tampawas Alcohol, Mi-Si, Milk of Magnesia !\sonville. production "Harvey" in St Augustine County Telegraph shall '
and Mr,*. noo".t< Alvarez 5 $9.00 DOWN is
land Mr. last Friday evening in which publish this Order in next four
j and Mrs. Elvin of
the weekend guest of Mrs. many others at Mitchell's 1- ? Casey I .01 11 y Turner spent the Q'eekI weekly Issues. i
Ocala spent the weekend with Mr. :Miss Sue Biggs was a member of Witness hand and official Plus Tax ;
Ruby Johns. (cent Sale, April 78910. d I i i" ValdcsCl.i: with M*. my
.1 l I and Mrs. T. L. Casey. 1 the cast. seal at Starke. Florida this April
7, 1954.
3Ts. Jams ReJdish and Mr.
One Rack of Better Dresses I Mrs. Eustace Mcknight and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs I

VOTE FOR AND ELECT reduced for Clearance at LEILA'S. ,daughter, !)Dolores, visited Sunday I and Mrs. Bill Brnnon. By Marian L. Crosby.Clerk of Deputy said Court.Clerk !,

Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters with Mr. McKnight who has_been Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build- ) M f fra !

visited Mrs. Hardy's mother, Mrs. in the Jacksonville Convalescent had as Monday luncheon guests, ing Jacksonville, Florida
TRUMAN NORMAN Attys for Plf. 4/9 4t 4'30 iI
O. W., Barry, in Brooker on. Sun- I Hospital for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Van Rentsler Brook- ii

I Mr. McKnight expects to return I ins of Newfane, N. Y .NOTICE OF .PPMCTIO\ i i iI

SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT day.Mrs.. Eric Moore of Broxton, Ga. home some time this week.. {I I Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins and FOR TAX DEED I
One Rack of Better DresSf'S'''children visited the USS Coral Sea House Bill 111006% t
spent the latter part of last week Notice is hereby given, that A. T. : J
ONE (LAWTEY) with her daughter, Mrs. I. reduced for Clearance at LEILA'S.Mrs. 'I at Mayport on Sunday. Paul the holder of the following a Y I
G'I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Smith of certificates has filed said certificates : I
J. L. Gentry left Sundayfor
F FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SCHOOL WORK. Harris and family. I for a tax deed to be issued f
KNOWS THE SCHOOLS OF THIS COUNTY. INTERESTED Mrs. E. M. Hazen of Brooker Tampa to attend the Nuggets I Sebring and Mrs. Pearl Smith and thereon. The certificate numbers ,.
IN THE SCHOOLS. FATHER OF TWO I I 0' Memories session of the Grand son. Bob. of Hawthorne were Sat- and years of issuance the descrip- I
and Miss Susan Hazen of Gainesville tion of the property, and the names
Sh" BOYS. 14 AND 3 YEARS OF AGE. WILL WORK I were Tuesday guests of Mr". ,Chapter of the Eastern Star of urday evening guests of Mr. and in which it was assessed are as follows c ,
rzL and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. I Florida She will spend Friday Certificate No. 55. Year of Issuance I II
COUNTY. Sarong Girdles at Stump's. I I and Saturday with her sister. Mrs. Mrs. Edward Smoak of Tampawas 1952. Ir r

Your Vote and Support on May 4 Will Be Appreciated Mr. and Mrs. Pete Borras and II Marie McMillin in St. Petersburg.Mr. the overnight guest of Mrs. Description N.&Sby60 of Property ft. E.&W.: 1 Lot in 30 SE ft.

children of Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. Pierre L. La- M. F. Brown. Mrs. Brown and 'or. of Lot 2 of Elk. 27; Livingston t
(Pd. Pal Adv. I
i Boarde Mrs. G.V.. Brown also had Trubv & Companv's S'D "fNEV
of Columbia, S. C. were as
I are staying at the S. R. Johns of NE ., Sec. 28, T. 6 S. R. I
Lake. recent guests of Mrs. Zena Brown Sunday guests Dr. Edward Smoak 22 E. .
cottage on Kingsley
and family at the Biscayne Tourist, and Robert Smoak of Tampa. Name in which assessed: Homer Ad-I \
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt is spend-j' Mrs. Eddie kins.
Court. I Hartmann is travel- All of said property being in the
4 i i ing this week in Tampa with her I Ii SPRING SAVINGS in First ing throughout South Florida on County of Bradford, State of Flor .
[sister. MrsrD.: J. Clark. She was I ida.
i 'Aid business for week.OTI'E .
supplies Toiletries, a
i i accompanied by her niece Miss Goods, Baby ,ficates Unless shall such be certificate redeemed or (
Brushes and other 'erti-\\ FREE FREE
everyday .
Suzanne Beckner, who has been to law the property .
needs. One Cent Sale at > INTENTION TORKCltTKK 1
such certificate or certificates .
t spending a month with :Mrs. Hunt I FUTITlOtS: VAMKNotice
I MitcheU's RevaU Drug Store. be sold to the highest bidder at the
!and Mrs. C. D. Williams. is hereby given that the court house dom on the first Monday 9 x 12LINOLEUM
I Bill Cowert. a junior at Bow- I undersigned, under the provisions ofChapt.r in month of May 1954 which i .
Henry Stefanelli and Clarence j 20.953 taws of Florida.
I man Gray School of Medicine is the 3rd day of May 1954.
I of
Arts 1941 will register with the RUG
attended the Braves- Dated this 1 day of April 1954.
Scoggin, i i Winston Salem N. C., was a re- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and (OFFICIAL PEAL) Charles A. Darby ;
(Dodgers baseball game in Jack- for Bradford County, State of Flori- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -
rent guest of his uncle and aunt.
WOMENBETWEEN sonville Wednesday of last week. da, upon receipt of proof of publica- County. Florida. i {With Each Kitchen
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McKnight. tion of this notice, the fictitious 4'9 4t 4/3 Group
j i Miss WilheMhina Weiboldt of I Mrs. W. H. Nollman is in I I name of Temple Drive-ln, under -T 1sd
!!Sanford a Missionary to India the I. 1

AGES OF 18 AND 35 'past four years was a recent i I Sebring Miss Vida this Jean week Gentry on business.returned I ELECT I Ii ";: --,'': -=_:_ =- = :::: ::.:Jf ir==-= -:!-: :: = : :.=" -: :-. :-:_- :-

I guest of Mrs. F. J. Pellum. Miss I Sunday after spending several ETHAN A. SAPPTO

I Weiboldt was also entertained by days in St. Petersburg with her I II I

Sewing Machine OperatorsAPPLY t Miss Clara Leaman and Mrs. (aunt, Mrs. Marie McMillin. i THESCHOOL I II II I

|Frank Hoover while here. Those
attending the Florida

j: Mr. and Mrs. C. Arthur Fisher{Education Assn. annual meeting I 1" BOARD the best buy
AT OUR OFFICE |of Central Beach Bradford, R. I.Iln Miami, April 8-10, are H. P.

i were weekend guests of Mr. and Morgan, C. S. Partin P. T. Nolin.
District Three (BrooUr, New River)
10th AND CHURCH STS. Mrs. Arthur McRae. |I Bill Deitz, Hugh Ingram, Miss I *J JIJ

SAVE jour pennies for the 1- Della Rosenberg Miss Audrey .-- COUNTYwiDE VOTE.t. of the

,I Cent Sale at Mitchell's Rexall :j Newman I and Mrs. R. F. Demo- I 1. Lifelong Citizen and Farmer Bradford year
? ,
Big Dad Manufacturing Co. Drug Store April 7-8-9-10. .'rest.I County ,

Mr and Mrs. Beryl Twining of i I Mrs. R. E. Tanner of Baldwin '
I Endicott, N. Y. are visiting Mr. i iTining's '}spent!I the weekend with Mrs. J. H. "iIJJ 2. World War I Veteran IN THE 5* MAGIC CHEF

3. Former New River School
Starke, Florida father. Howe Twining. Fields. Your Vote Trustee
Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Sewell are Mr. and Mrs. Carlson of Moline. ; 4. Member Christian Church and Gideons

I attending the State BankersAn- I Ill. spent last week with Mr. and I. and Support 5. Business Experience in Auto Field since Because
nual Convention in St. Petersburg Mrs. Ed Prevatt. .
|i Thursday to Saturday. i ii Mr. and Mrs. Rockie Gentryand Greatly 1937. IT'S LUSTROUS BEAUTY

PERMANENT POSITION OPEN j i Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Young visited daughter, Janice of Balti- Appreciated' *6. School Bus Driver since 1927

| the Orchid Farm in Mandarinon more, Md. spent last Friday with (Pd. Pol. Adv.) IT'S LASTING EFFICIENCYIT'S
FOR COLORED MAN Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry.

Mrs. i '
i David h'
Kelly and --
I Mrs. C. D. Williams is spendingI I daughter I :-_ p ,_, : .-. __ '_ _.. .__'_ ._ : : :" =:.: _":: :_ =,
Between 30 and 40 Years of Age from Wednesday to Saturday with I:Mamie of Tampa visited friends a

II I:Mrs. Harry Macon in St. Petersburg and relatives here last weekend. .. !
I Mrs. Effie Jo'ins and brother.M Gives you l j
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j Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pellum had D. Carter 3:1j Mrs: freemanlobns I ,:

as a recent guest Miss Pauline I i spent !af'I"d\=; : in l adiCt ': STARLING'SGROCERY CAREFREE, !
\ visiting T'S Johns' sister.
Federick who is enroute to Pales-
tine as a Medical Missionary.Mr. i Mr. Came S'Dltt! wu: is a -
and Mrs. Comer Long and i patient in the hospital
10th and Church Sts Starke. Fla. { .
daughter. Louise, of Clewistonj j Jantzen Swim Suits at COOKING

are spending a month with Mrs, I Stump's. AND MARKET J JI
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as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs
Cash and
1 Richard Thede and son. Ricky, of i riijnPTNEATat I Carry I \\\tl< ;\\I'\
Gainesville and Mrs. Bryant S.I|
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Carroll of Jacksonville. i \ .o. yQd

Maiden Form Brassieres atStump's. Ij I Maxwell HouseCOFFEE Limit One

Dedicated To Community Service !' STARKE FLFri. I
:Mrs. B. F. 'Haines of Altamont
"Movie Are Better Than | Lb
Enr"I I Springs and Lewis Haines, a I F 85CI

student at Stetson, will arrive ., Sat. April 9, 10

If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Friday to spend a week's vacation DOUBLE FEATURE -- ,

cut you ad out and your present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS II with Wayne Rev. Edwards and Mrs. spen L. D. Haines.Sunday The Fatal HourWith I (With $5.00 Order or More)

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in Gainesville with Joe Ralph at Marjorie Reynolds and

Fri., Sat. April 9, 10 ''Sun., Mon. April 11 12 I I the University. of Florida. Grant Withers

DOUBLE FEATURE \I. r HOW MIAMI i Jimmy Hoppe of Tampa is making -AND- I SIRLOIN, T-BONE, or CLUB

I i an indefinite visit with his
,SMASHED i if1JO aunts Mrs. O. L. Beasley and The Marshal's Tender Lb

iI I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.Mr DaughterWith STEAK'I I

and Mrs. Prescott Gill, Mr

and Mrs. W. T. Gill. Mr. and Mrs.J. Laurie Anders, Hoot Gibson I
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III I D. Doyle: and Mrs. Fav Gill And Ken Murray

\ :: were in Orlando Sunday due to Plus Serial Jungle Raiders Chap. Lean Fresh ,
ttnaraara the death of W. K. Wilder who 2 and Cartoon

was buried on Monday. Mrs. 1

Doyle and Mrs. Faye Gill remained 1 Lb
I yI in Orlando with the family Sun., Mon and Tues. ,

lAM I until Thursday. April 11. 12, 13
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New shipment of Ladies DOUBLE FEATURE ---
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I, Hats at Stump's.E. JACK SLADE Tender All MeatSTEW
1 M Davis spent the weekend I i '
Plus "Blind Date" Cartoon and with his brother Bruce L. Davisin Starring Mark Stevens
100 GAS
Latent World Ne\\s Arcadia. ANDINVASION Lb
j Mrs. Mary Kelley and daugh-
I U. S. A.
== L F. SMITH ,ter. Mamie of Tampa were Sunday ,
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Plus Color Cartoon for Kids I
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SHOCK HIT! Tues. Wed. and Thurs. Dobbs. ,
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Unlined Suits SH, Weekend I i i CHUCK Range Only $10.81 Per MonthUSE
THE 14. 15 Special at 1FILA'S.Mrs. | Wed.. Thur. April 14. 15 i I I IS


: JifB : spent the weekend with her parents HOT Lb i
'I' I i E:1 { NEWS STEAK S 3S
1 i Mr and Mrs. Jerry Bolden > With Stanley Clement- { 30 MONTHSTO

in Opalocka while Mr. Smith and j !

son. Barry. and his parents, :Mr. -AND- ------ i BALANCE'
-... and Mrs. H. XI. Smith of LyonsGa.
-- t Beat The DevilWith Cullison ;
b111fIUi '. '" THAlL I spent the weekend at Salt ,

.dIEI Springs. I Humphrey Bogart

: I RUBBER PRODUCTS. Kant- Plus Color Cartoon for Kids Lb
Diet". d 7 I\ HEPUBUC ,leek in rubber is like Sterling on I BOLOGNA 23C Exclusive FeaturesThat

Plus "Door Cartoon Lat sil\'er. Mitchell's 1-Cont Sale. I I
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Chapter Serial.JESSE I I i I makes Magic Chef the Range that
I Plus "North Hounded Police" and n I

NEWSOME |Latent World News VOTE For And ELECT Old Fashion Round II I most Women Want to Buy


A. *,. Red Wheel Oven Heat Concealed Flue Vents

SUNDAY and MONDAY a + L. GREEN CHEESEGolden E Lb 39C I I Regulator And Many Others.

--- Magic Oven Eye
THREE (BrooL,,. >.., Hirer)
A. L. Grrra U a lift-long
the way it happened under Police Protection I\ ; f Comfy. IN 4T years of age irftitlrot lie U married of Bradford aad RipeBANANAS i MAGIC FLAME

I \ has four rhtrdmi 3 .hTOl .?. .%.,elti>. Swing Out Broiler UNIT BURNERS'CENTRAL
Stanley. Jobs and Joe prrMhoel.Hia i
II intrrr IB the Bradford County School
TRUTH ABOUT THE WAY MIAMI PUT THE BIG *S">fct"n a *"has.001 beta Tranee("O%TI"t'O.s.since He bas kerved S 1 DC
WW3. .
Dorlne tbiii
HEAT ON THE MOB : time' our ...001. have made p..I1;........ l uf ,
-< pro.m.at. hate bera made IB *'err Hrhool la ,
,II the fouat Oar leaphem sad other Krkool prrHonarl are qualifiedworker I Ii
with high (deals.II FLORIDA GAS -

SEN. GEORGE A. SMATHERS SAYS: U hoaeht. dependable ...pahl,.. He i. eiperlenred la M-ho i Large Firm HeadsLETTUCE .
\ liai.ine>ii aad he will work for the roaliaaed improtrurnt of the I
Bradford County School S>*tem. .
"The Miami Story ably shows what a few courageous He ,. a farmer and thin Is hU bay Keaxon. If he U not able Each & APPLIANCE CO.
I to pay >ou a penoaal visit REMEMBER that E 10C !j
citizens, honest politicians and tough alert police agencies i I ,
can do to rid their cities of gangland influence." Your Vote and Support on May 4 will be Appreciated.Pd. 149 W. Call St. I Starke, Fla.

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of feed in 10 weeks; one pullet others were on hand at the annual I -
I will eat 25 to 30 pounds of feedin Bar-B-Q in St. Johns County at I W ,. ,:,,, "' .. !',' ciety Adults.for Crippled'Children and II lace. I.
24 weeks, and one layer will Wolfs Rant. Angus. Hereford. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Edwardsof
eat 85 to 100.pounds of feed in Brahma, and Brangus catt:.: graze. All persons receiving Easter,, Gainesville and Mrs. f. C. Ed-F FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
dnd 52 weeks. How much should a some 2,000, acres of clover and Seals through the mail are asked i i|wards of Lawtey visited the L. L.
I dozen eggs cost in feed? How can grass pastures. As interesting asi: :.GTMWY; to return their remittances as!;;Wainwrights Sunday afternoon.

I you figure approximate cost of the cattle and pasture is, I be- soon as possible. I Newcomers to the State Farm JUST ONE

producing broilers or pullets. lieve the beef and pork barbecue ,, ,. 'are the N. W. Dowdys. They occupy FRIGIDAIREMade
Read next week. was the main attraction for most ...': .,." rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE ; the home recently occupied ,
Eggs And Warm WeatherAn of the several thousand people I I' i by the Mac mlians.I only by General
i infertile egg keeps better there. A report on the behaviour I I II' Ii i FARM l I Mrs. J. c. Caldwell and Frances Motors Corp. All other
than fertile ones so it is advisableto of some of our men would be interesting II l i and Mrs. June Edwards spent Fri- Electric Refrigerators are
67 Geo. T. Huggins keep roosters out of the flock but dangerous to write. I II I WLL&Mr. I|day in Ocala visiting relatives made by other companiesand

County Agent that is laying eggs for market All I will say is that they like to''I I and Mrs. A. W. Anderson.I).i and were accompanied home by cannot use the word
I only. No rooster is needed unless eat and when Gene Long made a I i Mrs. J. B. Caldwell.Mrs. i Frigidaire.
Agricultural Extension Servfc II !Jr. of Ventura, Calif. arrived Mon
I I you need hatching eggs. If you break for the second trip through, :;I ,I day night for a visit with their R. A. Cox left Saturdayfor !
Thinking About Chickens? use in your operations on your keep a rooster just because you he had several right behind him. !! II II II I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell -! Monroe. Ga. where she will Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
like to see one around, it is cost- Farm Bureau Meeting I' I visit relatives and attend clinic
plans. He says you can expect a II a
You may be in the chicken (I I and Mrs. A. W. Anderson of I
business, planning to get in it, or 100 pound sack of good feed to ing you about $5 or more per Monday night 8 o'clock in the I Starke. I I there for treatment. ? ?.

may have a home flock or raising supply 10 to 11 broilers, 4 pulletsto year for his feed. courthouse is special Farm Bureau Saturday guests of the M. W. 1 FISH FRY THEN SEE
some fryers Prof. Norman Mehr- laying age or one layer for one Figs And Nematodes meeting. A special Pecan Meeting : i Shealys were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I The pistol clubs' old fashion fish
hof head of the poultry depart Why are most fig trees growing will be held also. Any person fASlfASrus ,Roper and two children of Lake I I fry Saturday night was a big success -
ment of the University of Florida year.Figuring feed use another way, close beside a building? Seems owning or interested in pecans ; City. I and what superb food. :Many i E. H. SMITH
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offers tome good arithmetic for one broiler will eat 9 to 10 pounds I that they just do better, is us- "invited to this meeting. 1i!i Il l'ZQ I I residents of Starke and Lawtey I
i Mrs. J. H. Dunn and niece,Miss
I ually the answer. They do, be- i iI I I enjoyed the outing along with
1 MBHHMMHBB B i Tenth asd
Temple Are.
cause the roots grow under the v rww-xrvwS) / iI Onie Dunn of St. Louis, Mo. ar j.State Farmites. Another such occasion -
house where they are shaded and I I rived Saturday for a two weeks is being planed for the ,
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MOVING cool. Root-knot, an enemy of the visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wal- very near future.
I fig does not like shaded cool
I I ef
'places. Keeping a heavy mulch on WOOL RUGS AND CARPETS i iI i

LQCAL Safe PHONEOR the ground a fig tree will help Clothes moths and carpet bee- I I f'
Dependable keep down root-knot damage to tles can do a lot of damage to 'r Size Up the New '54 Dodge On Every Point of Value
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LONGDISTANCE a Economical 311 the trees. wool rugs and carpets, especially :I,
Periodical applications of fertilizer in spring and summer, entomol- j
R. B. Alvarez OR and providing adequate wa- ogists of the U. S. Department I I iI iI; .
ter will help trees withstand root- of Agriculture remind housewives. iI I .Cttppf
Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J I knot nematodes.Get Careful thorough cleaning and I! I Dodge locks Up
Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO" I
I Fence Pouts the right spraying are the way hildrei !
Spring is a good time to cut to protect them. i Promise With Prool(1
STORAGEPerryman I and peel trees to be used for' Frequent cleaning, especially ,! ?tiny" il AM! toys The Record ( ( };
fence The wood dries out
posts. with a vacuum cleaner, prevents \ t On the lint Retard-BrNkinl Red Run v.a fIIn.Autunalicfllle engirt Juqurt FiHrwPrtmouly :
more quickly than in other sia- dust, lint and hair from accumulating -i t6AS Right Proved lilt most tfficunt tnfin Merest vi octhul most powerful aced w only I It*
A must be iI i in my Amman ur. Of (glilMtK pa.umsaos, nedds if tile most costly CIlIa.I
sons. post thoroughlydry
Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida and offering extra food iI;I tl I
before treating with a pre for these insects. It also may remove -I t i I .
.. servative. the insects themselves and iI
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More than 15 cattlemen and rotate rugs and carpets occasion- I The annual Easter Seal appealnow I (/t!!. 'N .
ally because insects usually feed in in Florida is the Foin tublxr nskiovs. boot
April Showers Bring May Flowers ; under heavy furniture where it is largest. progress ever undertaken, Mrs. _- : @)' .=rtr.tank M Rtsttul filer.FJedriC *. AlI!
j ilhis 7o I difficult to clean rather than in Ruby Johns, Bradford County j r HKJjhwM/ wpts.
I'' the open where they are exposed treasurer, said this week. l j --- Carpet, front and re .
jto and i Air deinec and oil filter.I .
LEAKY TROUBLES o regular cleaning light
and ROOF I.movement.As More than a halt-million: letters j,, Tops All Eights in Economy Shatters 196 Records NM Full-_ .Power StecrinfTikes Helming sled grind foist
bearing sheets of Easter Seals\ In the Mobilgis Economy Run Greatest performance ever recorded rno't of lilt work out-
i I t I Dodge outperformed ill eights in official AAA tests. leaves ill the pleisurt in. FeitHits ipply to Royal VIline.I' .
for use 5-per-
ii spraying a have been mailed by volunteer
Il tj-; i ii Am ;cent DDT oil solution on rugs and societies to raise funds for the l :
I i carpets every 12 to 18 months, the several crippled children's treat-

r I j entomologists advise. You will need I ment-training centers, camping See what" gel '
1 1-2 to 2 quarts of spray for a program, clinics and rehabilitation you
19 by 12 rug of average weight if II services maintained and supported -

i you spray the whole rug. Give I in Florida by the Easter for what OU I
iI f l pay
\ (!special attention to parts of the Seal program. ,
I I rug that will be under a piano, Goal of the Florida Society and

sofa, bookcase or other heavy the affiliated county chapters is .5 .
furniture, or parts under radiators to ,- -
provide the best therapy and 1 1i'
: or around heat registers. Un- rehabilitation facilities in the nation I, \ .

The Lightweight treated pads under rugs if they : for crippled children and the i! :. \ J_ t { .
wool I ...L-
I contain animal hair or aged. Of the funds raised, 91.2per L r
t Champion. i I will need spraying on both sides.In cent remain in Florida Mrs.
spraying wall-to-wall carpeting Ruby Johns said. The balance
1 special attention to the
helps in the research and education
McCULLOCH'SModel ,edges all the way around, the I, program of the National SoCHARLEY THaoYd
I entomologists advise.

_' 33 | If you have expensive broad- I j,
i looms or oriental rugs and fear
that inexperience i in spraying may j
Here it is, folks, the light. the I
cause you to mar appearance j I Four-Door SalaDependable'S4
Heavy Spring Showers Will Give A weight champion of the worlda it is advisable to call on a reliable |, I IIn
saw with every markcf
pest-control or |
Defective Roof A Knock-Out Blow ml and o
a lasting chtnrugsfdiitts .,'- firm, experienced in this work.GRAHAM .
the new '54 Dodge you will! find solid, substantial
BETTER CHECK. YOURS TODAY IF YOU DON'TTHE ing; power-dependability quick to start, stay.and rrTTTVTTTTVTVVVTTTTTTTTT. qualities that mean more car for the money. ,
.ready You'll find record-breaking performance matched by 0 0 0 G E
to *o on and on .
COST OF REPAIRINGCracked prize-winning economy. Superbly engineered power fea-
"\ This ari.aging Model 33 ... tures. Interiors that rival the most costly cars.

Plaster, Ruined Wallpaper Rotted Sheathing Saws full power in any by Mrs. Bonnie McKinney Here is value that makes every mile more satisfying. FowtrFliti and Fewer Steering optional ol
portion; without adjust Prices start below many models in the lowest price field. moderate otro cost mend will worth it
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I Dodge Dales of America present:Danny Thomas,ABC-TV Bert Parks I."areal the 81 ""ABC TV .Hof Roger.NBC RadIo -
Cuts through 1-foot log :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wright and

Fey Asphalt SHINGLES $12.50 \ .V in Cuts 15 within seconds 1 !inch of the '. Mrs.children John of Starke Moody visited Monday Mr.after-and,I 'e i iI I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

(Average size house) per month i ground! i I
36 Months I I
noon.Mr. '' E. JOHNS & SON
,t' Is perfectly balanced and and Mrs. John McKinney I
weighs only 20 pounds! and children spent the weekend about 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE. FLA. PHONE 69
Phone 45 Today. Our representative will gladly call with relatives in Tampa. question
and explain what goes into the building of a DURABLE The Model 33 it wonderful Mrs. Henry Reynolds visited i
roof. He'll recommend f.r small jobs, end can take i "Fiye Homeless As Fire Destroys
a good roofer and arrange Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Abernathy -
en tin big cnei. Only 1228.75 :
financing."I.. _AI. .:.. .A... .. ,. 4.fi.ercd Friday. Home." One hears I.
Mrs. Flake Watson spent a few
Free Estimates Free Planning Free Parking SarJ! parts and service oaNcCulloch days here with her husband. She every day on the radio or in. .
Chair Saws, Earth works at the Farm Colony in the newspaper about tragic noun

D.'iUi! and fire ;/ ps.FLORIDA Gainesville.Mr. fire losses. Why are people
and Mrs. John McKinney I
without fire insurance on
SAW CO. i visited Mr. and Mrs. Elijah
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone 2727 N.11'. 6th Street Youngblood in Waldo recently.We I their homes when they can

GAINESVILLE, FLA. II are sorry to report that get $1000 of insurance for 3 I

45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot And Mrs. Gladys Abernathy is in a years for only about $5?
I I I Starke hospital, and wish her a NEW'CROWN GiSOLINEeee
Starke, Fla. 1927 X. Marion Street ,speedy recovery. i
\ Phone 1675 LAKE CITY FLA. Those or the sick list are Mrs.
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Frank Abernathy. All are ;some
..'. .. "I better at this writing.I .
JJ wish that those who have (9 MlJlr P/Jllltl'Ul
Mow avcf Save /7
pct i\\ i news and want it i in the paper
would drop it in the post officeon I
F X Monday morning as I have to
r .send it off on Tuesday. Sorely; ; Phone 13 Starke, Fla.
\\i. I would be glad to get all ,!

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f f g ior SaY'AJO'llNlI1 l / \ .1 iP nte J X $19.95 P1YS TAX SIZE 6.70x15 Officers are devoted to a policy of helping the 1avizi IA;

I This new low-level price and our top dollar trade-in I
A'f)A lie() ; II r /V n 1'1 I deal makes it easy for you to get smart new Good)ear ; citizens of this community keep a well balanced 5SJJ'5
; /1'11lOU g'.f.W ,. White Sidewalk Stop in for yours nowl i !I 55 ;; ; '
financial condition.
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Small down payment-$1.25 a week ;W.. .
I P. 5- buys a pair .

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FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1954 ,

:ja that I River). If elected I will do every. FOR SCHOOL BOARD fairs we will not need tax increases !as I have in the past, welcome the
solid field of oats
was just and
I mumps. thing in my power to prove my sin DISTRICT ONE and you may defend upon advice and counsel of my friends in
| as green as could be and putting Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain, cere desire to serve you honestly I hereby announce my candidacyfor me to so handle our affairs and to ,the county and shall do air withinmy
SOIL CONSERVATION rj4 seed in lake faithfully, and with a strong determination School Board, District One prevent additional or increased power to carry out their wishes
I''on a good crop. Sue and Tommy were to improve our schools.I (Lawtey), subject to the Democratic taxes on our people. My efforts for I for the best interest of all the people -
He then remarked, "if you want City Saturday. earnestly solicit your vote and Primaries in May. I am a property improving and enlarging our road I of our county.
NEWSBy good crops you must use good Johnnie Knight is seriously ill support In the coming election. owner and taxpayer and, if elected, system will again go forth. I shall The election this time is county-
-Howard C. Douglas. will district and work for
serve my countyto additional road funds from wide and I hereby urge and requestall
seed" at his home here. I the best of my ability, always state and federal sources and complete of my friends in all parts of
Bill Haas Mrs. Minnie Lee Silcox of HeU- FOR SCHOOL BOARD .f keeping the 'peoples' best interest our county's paving programto the county to actively help and ,
DISTRICT THREEI I first. Your vote and active support carry hard surfaced r,' fTVTTTTTVTVTTTTVTTTTTTTIMYLESS bronn visited her sister, Mrs. Joe hereby announce my candidacy will be greatly appreciated.H. parts of our (county and tr- thus give one and all that my services on the
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Forsyth and niece, Mrs. Johnnie for member of the School C. Kelly. !actual and definitely farm to mark- board will be for your interest and
District Three (Prooker, Board'i I let hard roads in our eour.ty. meet. your approval.E. ..
SERVICE _. Z ti H1WAY Knight the first of the week. River) subject to the will FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER : 1
at all times in the future. .
Lawton Crawford
voters In L. ( )
? Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Harris May primaries. If DIST. TWO (X. STAHKK) ,! I
: elected I promise to faithfully discharge -
I am a candidate for election asa
and children returned Tuesday the duties of the office for ;
member of the Board of County
Sirs. O. E.
The Board of Supervisors for about how each field on the farm I by CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I from several days visit with Mrs. the benefit and the of county the people at large.of my Your district I Commissioners County.My for. District Two

the Bradford Soil Conservation should be managed and what it'' Harris's parents, Mr. and Mrs. vote and support will be deeply ap I Bradford record as a board member is For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write :

: Walter Lott of Adel Ga. preciated. well known to the people of the entire -
should be used for in order to ,
District met at Lloyd Green'shouse get Rev. Martin filled his appoint / Stafford L. Crews. I of
county. My experienceon
and prepared an inventoryof proper crop production and at the | ment at Bavless Hiwav Sunday Miss Joyce Beale spent the I the board will valuable in administering FLORIDA PEST CONTROL

the water problems in Brad- same time protect and keep the weekend with Miss Connie Swee- FOR SCHOOL BOARD the business affairs of ; ;
'morning. Jimmy Crosby brought DISTRICT ONE
inventory contains soil productive. 'they of Gainesville. I I am a Candidate for School Board lour county. My record is an open AND CHEMICAL CO. ;
ford County. The : I the evening message as the churchis book to all the people in the coun-
I Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hammond District One (Lawtey). I am a ty, and it will reveal my efforts on 2220 X.
past and future problems observing Youth Week. Jimmywill I W. 6th SI Phone 6035
Lex Green used the District's I home owner of this county and have all occasions for strict business'' Gainesville, Fla. !
from the use or misuseof of Crystal Lake, Mr. and Mrs. been a resident of Bradford County '
resulting seeder cultipacker and fertilizer bring morning mes- II economy in our county's financial affairs R. SAPP OwnerS !
be I Wm. Hammond and daughter, for 40 years.I and faithful
water. This inventory will next Sunday which concludes just and honest ;
distributor on his place which is sage am interested in the development administration. I
sent to the State Association of Youth Week. Three new members I j Willow Ruth spent Saturday and and improvement of better '' MOSS CONTROL [
located miles south of townon If ebKt Lard'of
four schools for our boys and girls, havIng you me again to the T
Soil Conservation Districts with the Keystone Road. He used were added to the church Sunday Sunday at Cedar Keys. several grandchildren that I County CoRiinis.-ioiirrs. >ou can > PECAN TREES SHADE TREES ETC. !
which the Soil Conservation Serv- I night by baptism. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and expect to be educated in the schoolsof ,'depend upon me to see that our wel- 1
the cultipacker to plant Argentine fare funds and hospital funds
this county. They, being the men are i Contact Us Now For Estimates I
ice is cooperating to compile an j daughter of Starke and Mrs. justly honestly and properly bandied ,
Bahia and Hairy Indigo. Mrs. Pat McNobb and son, Mike, and women of tomorrow need -
inventory of the water problemsin 1 I I.spent part of last week with her U. D. Dyal and son Jimmy, were schools with proper training and 'wise and administered. Through' '' Termite Control I
i the best advantages possible.If ( handling of our 'ount.\ 5 af-I|
Florida. Q. T. Lyons who is farming C. !sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and in Mayport Sunday to attend elected a member of the School i'I Household

!I A. Shelley's place, located on the Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Open House on the U. S. S. Coral I Board, I promise to serve you sincerely BUCK HILLSPASSION & Commercial I f
honestly, giving the best of
George Brown, area soil scientist -!'Keystone Road, used the District Mrs. Freddie Watterson and Sea.Mr. my ability and service\ at all times.I PLAYLake Exterminating E

witn the SCS, prepared land I'I fertilizer spreader and seeder cul- Mrs. W. C. Ward were transact- and Mrs. Ray Cox of Keystone earnestly solicit your vote and Wain AmphitheatreJAX. Rodent

capability maps on the farms of' tipacker to plant a variety of ing business in Gainesville Mon- Heights and Mr. and Mrs. support on -Dan May 4th.W. Starling. l\tra Prrf.. 31--S APRIL p M.. Apr.18 IT Control r

which is located I'(I seeds which he Woodrow Cox of Lake Geneva _
P. D. Reddish, grass brought Every *un. Tue. Th 8 p.m. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL
three miles north of Starke on down with him from Indiana.I day.Mr. were Sunday guests of their parents Pot It For Hr. & Inf. Write Box 71 i
and Mrs. Futch and
Clyde Phoneor.II
Lake Wale. Kla.
Highway 301 and for M. L. Law- I I I the Cleve Cox's. I hereby announce my candidacyfor f
children of Jacksonville visited
County ('ommi sionpr. District
son whose place is located on the I stopped by J. L. Orr's place Mrs. S. R. Clark Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale Four (Theressa. Hampton. Graham). -
Brownlee Road This soil conser- i to look at the Thumbergii Les- !land children of Starke attended If elected. I promise to give faithful v -- I -

vat'}n survey or land inventoryis pedeza he has planted for quail I :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews and :|church here Sunday a m. and service, energetic to this important and conscientious office. 1 VOTE FOR AND ELECT

Lade on each farm for the use food and cover. While lookingover Mrs. Floyd Crosby and children i were dinner guests of the J. W. will at all times be ready to confer -
fine stand of Mr. attended Carl Smith's show in and advise with my constituentsand
and a lespedeza
of the soil conservationist Homes.
farmer in making a basic soil Orr' took his pipe out, filled it, \Jacksonville last Tuesday night. i i my district work for and the the best county interest as of a WILBUR F. ANDERSONYOUR

conservation farm plan. This land ; fired up and said "Come over Mrs. Mary Brown is spending I whole. Your vote and support in I

inventory tells the relative cap- I here and I will show why it paysto !ja' few days with her daughter I YOU'LL LOVE me new Ester appreciated.the May primaries will be deeply

ability of each kind of land or use good seed He showed me Mrs. S. R. Clark. ': brook pur e-size fountain pens lai -lI..nr B. Hinson. I

I' .,!j Everyone is very busy setting i pastel shades Only $2.37 at BradFORD I ,
tobacco and peppers and plowing COUNTY TELEGRAPH.( CIRCUIT JUDGE

, corn etc., this week. Notice R. COLONIALFLORIST

R. Crosby has a lovely bean field


toes are very pretty. Looks as if :
Wilbur F. Anderson, is a native of Levy County, is 45 yeArsof
he will be digging soon. I
) i age. He is married to the former Marguerite Partm of
Mrs. Doris Johnson and daughter :
Wash. i I Kissimmee and they have two daughters. He is a MethodIst
of Seattle
Phyllis are:, NOTICKi I FLOWERSFor
I' visiting relatives here for awhile: i 1 hear there are rumors over the 4 Mason (Past D.D.G.M.) and Past Patron, Order of EasL rn 's
i j county that I am a blind man. not t
Mrs. Willie Mae Judd, Bonnie I of the duties All Occasions
capable of tasting care Star.He
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET Clark, Jesse Combs and Richard i jof c'ounty Commissioner. I want to I has actively practiced< since 1931 and is serving ;air

SEA TROUT RED BASS and Arthur Clark and the Floyd I tell the I did people have of serious Bradford eye Countythat trouble PHONE 218 third term as County Judge of Levy Oounty, being reelectedin

,Crosbys and many other Bayless{I.last year but with the help of our 1952 without opposition. He has served for approximat-ly
SHEEPSHEADRED [,good Lord and doctors 1 can seeagain. i
Hiway folks attended the Sing :
] i seven years as Attorney for Board of County Commission- l
FISH CHOWDER i at Pine Level Sunday afternoon. I am fully qualified to take care
j Mrs. Doris Johnson and daughter -I>'of the and duties will of County forth Commissioner effort- (j) and Prosecuting Attorney of Levy County. Judge Anderson (
put every
Carla, and Mrs. (X E. Crosby :for the good of the people and taxpayers was assigned by the late Governor Dan McCarty and A'ot-

STARKE SEAFOOD MARKET i were dinner guests of Mr. and I' times. Your of Bradford vote and County support at will all ing Governor Charley E. Johns as County Judge of Alachua

J Mrs. Sherman Crosby Sunday. be deeply appreciated. DISH GARDEN'SPOTTERY County during the illness of Judge H. H. McDonald.,

Phone 392 Beverly Jo Crosby attended the Sincerely, Judge Anderson is
Gerald Adkins. qualified by education, temperament and

Walnut St. Starke, Fla.NOTICE 'I F. H. A. Convention at Daytona legal experience to serve you faithfully, fairly and impartially
Beach the weekend. She had 1
over I "'OR1I00I, BOARD POTTED PLANTS as Circuit Judge and he pledges you such an administra-
a lovely time.Thought STRICT FIRE
I I hereby announce candidacyfor tion of the duties of this high office.
for the week -- With- i iI Flowers ''ViredAnyu'here .
I member o( the Bradford County i
!out Christ we are lost. Life has no i School Board, District Five (North
'Starke), subject to the Democratir''
meaning. Primaries in May. Your Vote And Active Suport Will Be AppreciatedPol.

I|' 1 am a native son; property owner Nona St. Starke
: '.vmvyVyYVVTmm..Y1 and parent; member of the American ( Adv. Paid for by Wilbur F. Anderson)
Legion Rotary, P.T.A.; president -, --,
i '- "' ->- --
of the Band Parent's Association !!!!Ii __ -
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It has repeatedly been brought to our attention by I HAMPTON County: and High a graduate School. of Bradford I -

Indhiduals who are under the impression that UHF i* Will support: fetter School Buildings -
Safe Transportation Qualified
unsatisfactory in this area, that Channel 36 isn't on i: by I". \Vm.V.. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU ..Teachers. Playground Equipment,
full power. These!' assertions are incorrect. Channel I Care and Repair of Buildings, Mort
Education ner :pollar of Cost.
36, WJHP-TV on full power and is being; receivetlsathfactority'by I | Your vote and support will i><
'deeply appreciated.
dozens of our customers.Unfortunately Mrs. James A. Williams is a -T. T. .Long.

patient at the Dr. Houpt Clinic I -
-, it cannot be receded beneficiallywith ,
Hospital. FOR SCHOOL no tim
an installation of the louest cost.Ve can, however Uncle Walt Griffin has been I I hereby announce my cal1 ida, \
for School Board from '
>tI I
with a modE'ratE'pi1t.J antenna system using pretty sick with mumps. His son !I Three (Brooker and New River, }

only finest materials and superior( techniques, guarantee Percy and wife have been caring ; subject voters to in the the will May of the primaries Democratic -i i ii1:

worthwhile reception.Ve offer a free demonstration |for him. Tuesday he was able ,feel that I am well qualified fur thi- I
position and. if elected will ....n.
I to them home to Jack-
with no obligation.CHAS. accompany ; the people of my district and if"i !
i !coonville. anyone wishing to send i I county at large to the best of 11,\
i intJu
i tprn a card address. H. Griffin. ability.
C. SHEPHERD RADIO TV '129 Drysdale St., Jacksonville, Fla.!

Radio TV Upholstering Seat CoversA Mrs. Louise Manier spent the I ('0. rniMi....ioMiimxTiiicTForn :
j first" of the week in Jacksonville. I I r 4j 74 I It
I hereby announce mcanl.iHi t
YEAR'S EXPERIENCE IN UHF Tommy Chastain has the .
for County Commissioner, ill"i tjpH 1
mumps. 'Four I' (Theressa, Hampton (;rah..ii i t
the will of tk r'e',
subject to the Dn > )t a
Hershel Parker of Flint. :Mich. 1
cratic voters in the May primal *
"''sited! his father, J. H. Parker I, If elected. I promise to render th.
I Fame faithful service to the i>fiui.
"uT'lia. i of my district and the count .I' .1
,' Frvin Young and Ler-stnn For- whole that I have done in th<- pi-'
I II will appreciate your C"nt'ui.c' ;
1 svth were in Live Oak :Monday.Mr i cooperation and support.
.nd'Mrs. W. H. Freeman Jessie: R. Chafta.nI .

Mr and' Mrs. Cubb and son of ,
1 I hereby announce my candid} i \
T-ipksonviile\ were weekend guests! for member of the Board of I'm*.
i details are managed and economic- 1 Instruction, District No. 1, I.iw-\,
->f the Orien Jones's. and Bradford County. I have it .":ik-l

ally attended that only a trained and Miss Perlev Davis daughter! of ed in the school system for f'\.- r r- {i R _a K t f _
careful ''years as a bus driver and with thj U
organization attend when
can Mr and Mrs. Oscar Davis' and"arold I j maintenance department. I f",

the urgent need+ for serving ,is at Rhoden. son of Mrs. John '' that I know most of the pr..hlo, l n- .
facing the schools in this .UII'}
hand. Rlarkman and Levi Rhoden wereunitf'd | I am a home owner of thi ci>utit\
in marriasre Saturday and have been a resident all ..f "p S k 7
j IUfe. I am 35 years old and hai \< .'
inight.; Aoril 3. at Folkston. Ga. i I'orkE'd with the boys and RirK ''f t,
DeWITT I C. JONESPhone I unite--
They were accompanied by Mr. the county and feel
stand them and their needs I aishave
7 Starke, Fla. sand' Mrs. Oscar Davis dausfhters. I two boys whom I expei-t 1" i"e
-e-- educated in this school system It
Mary and Jackie son James. : elected. I promise to work with the

Funeral Director Ambulance Service Miss Florrie Gnann and grandfather '''!other Board Bradford members County s''h,oe-r-:
Went of the
i Erin Rhoden.

Our local funeral home enables 03 to offer convenience and They will 'ive in Hampton in system Your vote and support on )fax

services not otherwise available. (!the T. J. Alderman house nearjI the 4th appreciated.rruroan Norman

--n..f.,.,M..,rrStSSSSSSrSSSSSSSSsrSsssSSpWe I Adkins filling station. :i COMMLCCIONER
,, Mr and Mrs. James A. Williams ] FOR COr>TV

j turnisu the highest type cervica at lowest prices and 1 ontertained I the pastor the Evan-I hereby DISTRICT announce TWOI my canm-n, .. \. :
Conntv Commissioner.
eopt AN Y life insurance j policy to force, issued by ANY 1 srelist and their! families at Two for (North Starke) sublert t. tli-.

company as payment In pan or In full on a funeral. VIP- F"'damght will of the voters in the Pern" n"primaries. ,
If elected to this ,r*'-i I 1''''" -
Consultation carries no obligation. I 1." :lie T.vkson has: the measles.! : ihle office I promise to *ive "''x ___

I II I I nftt'r a s'egv' of whooping cough best efforts toward a propre.i\r of fft' .
and impartial
.--...n..m.v..nm..m..mm...n.vmm .... ..TTTTTTT affairs tv as a of whole.mr district Your vote and the and,-.,',';i--

port will be appreciated.Ewell R 3rr


i nereoy annonnce my canamary ;

E ,' NOW AVAILABLE 3 tor itsrooicer.scnooi mew boars niver uistrict suoject inree tome Top 54 '

win or tne voters in me uemo- Hit of the season
crane primaries 01 May. i am a
50% Premium Reduction / j me long residence 01 ttraamra
i3 county, a veteran ot worm war 1
> 4 ana a memoer 01 tne county uem-

for Female 3E J eiectea ocratic i executive win aevote committee tne necessary II Take a look America's new heqrt throb, the new charming manner. What's more, there's restful

*> time ana errort to serve tne people I'ird: Sk>liner! It's the "hardtop"that gives you comfort beneath the smart upholstery in the 1
01 my district ana county to the
t + 4 oest ot my acuity pieaging courteous -, that wonderful outdoor feeling. And its new tinted foam rubber seat cushion and deep pillow seat backs.
Drivers Under 25 3 3Any 3t sel vice ana impartial cnfisia-
"' eration at an times. our vote ana I transparent roof section is another Ford "first" in
'4 support win oe aeepiy appreciated the low-price automobile field. And as in all 1951; Fords, you choose from the

female auto.4 ana your commence win not oe modern in the the 115-
> operator of an mispiacea. emcereiy: most engines industry; new

mobile under the age of 25 years Ethan A. Sapp. There's pace-setting style in the clean, honest hp. I-block Six or the new, 130-h.p. Y-b1JekV-8. ;.

>> iIi1 no longer necessitates rating underclass 4 roll COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT lines of its Crestmark Body. And the colorbarmoanother reason why you j jan pay more but you can't

> .r, 2. Risk may be rated under 4 TWO nized interior matches exterior beauty in a most buy better than Ford. f
class 1 rates which i I am; a candidate for County Commissioner ;
are approxi of District Two (Precinct I
h '. I mately 50 per cent less than class 4 Two North Starke) subject to the lfItI!
of the people in the Democratic I
t 2 rates. Primaries in May. The knowledge
1 54.ord
of county affairs gained in my first !
term should help me to better Come in and lose your heart to a
Save On All Lines of serve you and I pledge my diligent
effort to work for the good of our

E Insurance 3 3CONNER County.tion given, I appreciate our District the recogni by my

selection as Chairman of the Board
4 of County Commissioners, and I : Andrews Motor Co.

*V 4 and solicit support and will appreciate your vote i

> BROTHERS Respectfully

285 PHONE 118
>> I hereby announce my candidacy
> for member of the Board of Public You're Interested in an A-I USED CAR Be Sure To See Your Ford Dealer
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WVVVYTVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVVYYYYVYYYVVVVYYYTYYYYVYY(didn't drag the harrow like a business at 106 Washington St"l|Elsie Llchtenstem, Plaintiff. Myron Florida, must accompany each bid i Ii i r The City reserves the right to Improvements a>> well as the bid
dog with its rear end out of kilter Starke, Fla. Lichtenstein. Defendant. i as a guarantee that in the event !!(waive informalities in any bid; to reject prices will be used in evaluating
FARMER'SDIARY F. W. Graudon general delivery, Case No. 10-405 the contract is awarded\ to the bid any or all bids in whole or in the bids.
/--L and then cut up some more landin Starke, Fla., sole owner. Notice To Appear der he will promptly enter into contract part, with or without cause; or to CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY
left field to Dated this 19th day of March. To Myron Lichtenstein, whose furnish the required bond and accept any bid to w hole or in part OF STARKE. FLORIDA
plant more snap A.D., 1954: at Starke, Bradford residence and address is: 369 will start actual construction within that, in its judgment will be for By James A. L"wil"", Ctsitnan.
31 31The beans, peanuts, and corn. Cou.ty. Florida. ten (10) days after receding the best interests of the City of ATTEST:
I S S J'19 4t 4/91 86th Street, Brooklyn; New York. I lice to start work. nO-I Starke. The working d.\>s necessary Carl Julius Clerk.
You are hereby notified that a As a considerable portion of the for the completion of the proposed" :326314.9That's i :
Went to church at La..tey Sun- ROTICE 10 APPEAR' I suit for work consists in the laying of sewers i -
: author will be glad te receive I day evening and enjoyed it I. Circuit Court. Bradford Ceaaty Divorce and restoration of in paved streets which are tobe '
Items of Interest concern very I Florida IB tkancery. maiden name re-built by the State Road Department -
much. Now for the first time we Doris Oltourke. Plaintiff.5.. James I filed in the it may be necessary to delay -
has been against you
: ing the activities of farmers In
feel that it is not enough to mere- O'Hourke. Defendant above named Court and cause and I i the start of work until the Road : (Our Business
Bradford Case :So. 19418Notice Department is ready to start workin
County. Suggestions may required to serve a of
are copy
: be left at the Telegraph office or ly try to lead a good Christianlife : James T. Appear.To O'I'.ourke. I you your answer or pleading to the complaint -\ order to avoid the necessity of %'w If It.s Class We Have It!
whose residence leaking
temporary pavement repan-
we feel also that we must go on the Plain tift's Attorney
: mailed to, Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, and address |is: 437; Franklin I, Joseph K. Skipper :!!1 Graham 'All bidders are therefore advised CALL WRITE or VISIT
and worship regularly because we Avenue, iloj-brouk Heights, \ew 'i Building Jacksonville, Florida that there may be a delay or baiting
By Sam McGarvey want to. Jersey. I I I and file the original In the offloe of,' period between the signing .>f
3 You are hereby notified that a'', the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or the contract and the issuance of Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
1 S S 4I suit for divorce, custody and before the 19 day of April, 1954; orders to start work. Should the .
A LAAALAAAAAAALAAAAAAALLLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA. We fixed a bed to plant control of minor children I otherwise the allegations of said waiting period be longer than
---- up
--- I Has been filed against you in the Complaint will be taken as confessed i Intilety (90) days, however the Contract ANY GLASS NEED

Got quite a kick out of it this j most part on berries.. As if, wedidn't some of the Irish potatoes left above named Court and cause and by you !I max be cancelled with no loa W. Design Modern Store Fronts
i.'i from our 'Fall crop. We don't you are required to serve a copy o' i This notice shall be published tbilitv- on the part of the City or the
week when Mrs. Edna Stone, who know that! your answer or pleading to thc'| once each week for four consecutive I Bidder. Just Mail Us A Pattern for
works in Koch's Drug Store ask- S S S know if they'll do anything.: but omplaint on the Plaintiff I weeks in the Bradford County Tele i All bids shall be addressed to tin'Icity
we figure we'll give them Attorney T. Frank Landrum I graph. | Clerk, City of Starke. Florida Table Tops
ed Sam if the line drawing at the Heard Titus Olson talking to Starke Florida marked as instructed in SECTION _'
chance. And i Dated this .1* day of March. 1954. of the and delivered.through 1313 N. %' PI Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353
top of this column was a photo- Sheriff Reddish this week about file the original in the officeof (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Specifications 4th ,
*. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton the mail or otherwise. to the
graph of him. Any faint and fad- his success in raising hairy indigo or before the Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit CouqtBy Clerk office of the City Clerk.

ing hopes that he might have had and the value of it for grazing. Alice is putting some broccoliin 26 day of April 1954, ; I I, 3/19 4t 4/9

about his appearance were dealta I Titus said that his hairy indigo the freezer these days, and it Complaint otherwise the wi'l allegations be taken is of confessed said- I %sErIcll TO BIDDP.ns i!

terrible blow by that Innocent I is coming up already! We checked certainly will taste good in the by you. I Settion I I II [

in hot summer days ahead. This notice shall be publishedonce I SEALED PnOPOSAIJS: will be re'CiVCd -I
our right field where had it
question. And contrary opinions we I
I U.S each week foi four consecutive ( bv the City Council of Starke. i
notwithstanding, he still does not I last year and it is not up yet. But 1 weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Bradford fount, Florida until 7:"0 i i

think he has a nose like an ant- we think it will when we cut up 1I I Sam picks berries on his old I P. M ( Eastern Standard Time), on |
Dated this 24 d.n of :Manh. 1954 Tuesdav. the Twentieth day of i,
eater! I the field. creaking knees. He puts the partially I (OFFICIAL SEAL, Charles A. Darby April AD 1954. at which time they I

S S S SOur I filled cup ahead of him. and Clerk of the Circuit Court. I will be publicly opened at the City I

patch of berries is white then when he moves ahead crab- I' By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Hall I ./1:0: iWE8TT]}
II 36:! 4t 4, 16 The work contemplated IS improvements 1 '
The poor old larks and blackbirds with bloom this week, but so far wise. he often as not kicks the I I and extensions to the : <

were wandering all over i this season has been a great dis quart of berries half way up the !NOTICE 'JO APPE4R 'Cit All> sewer material system.furnished and all I 11// ', / ./-

left field this week looking for appointment. Last year we had row. Such things as this often 'I fa Florida Circuit) In Court.Cliancery.Kstelle Bradford. County, i work performed shall be in accord- / -' '- ::::.--

something to eat, so we planted taken in almost $500 at this date. make him wonder why he ever I (Chesbrough, Plaintiff, \'s.I 'dine with and contract the plans documents and specifications -- !

eight more long rows of corn. and we know that we'll never went into farming. I illaiold i' Howaid Chesluouph CasC Defendant thereto which mav be pertaining l'X-\\
Used a big corn plate, and plantedit I '' X0. 104li''I amined at the office ofrRobert ;
:mak it up. The last time we picked I'I To Appear.To A n gap and Associates, ConsultingCivil MOR COOKING
as thick as we could; the five : Harold Howard f'hesbreugh,
| the field we got 14 quarts of ; In (ireuil (Court Bradford ('ounty.I :I hose residente and Engineers and Surveyors, Room
pounds of seed just about finishedthe berries from 14,000 plants. "I Florida; In thaneery. Military Road, Buffalo address Sew is York.: 178 ] 420:! Hildebrandt Puilding, Jacksonville -
i \ Florida at the office of the
John H Jones Plaintiff. Pauline t You ; or
We did not treat the ( are hereby
rows. notified
that a
U SAnd
''L JuneDefendant.. City Clerk, City Uall, Starke. Florida
suit for =
seed at all. What's the use-for, ,! Case XH 10-41'i: | divorce custody and .
then, after walking ourselves | Order Of Publi'atlonnd Notice Topp..arJ support of minor children Bidders may obtain complete set : -
after the birds pull it what ; been filed against
up in the
you _
just about bowlegged to I .\ Mate Of Florida lo: I above named Court and of plans and specifications, including -
difference does it make if they cause and Proposal Forms to be submittedin
whose residenceand
Pauline L. Jones,
get that few berries, the first car you are required to serve a ol '
192:! l'ka.antStrtt triplicate; form of Bid Bond reuuirrd \
I address is:
eat it or not? your answer or pleading I
I to the
I that stopped at our Roadside t, Richmond Virginia complaint on the Plalntiffn i ; form of Contract and form [ f :
M \
Lig )
I i iI II1. ;
of Contract Bond required: by mak- ,
S U .:Market: asked how much the berries -I You are required to appear 09May I Attorney T. Frank Landrum, '
3, l'4.; in the above named Starke Florida ing a $1500 payment at the Engine- ; CASSEROLE

Got some very interesting books :': were. We said, 50c a quart, Court and cause, wheieri plaintiff ''I and file the original in the officeof '''I''S office M. (Angus Engineer and being\'il.tt'the said'Robert '') .- ![xu tki ikg pit! .: : j ELECTRIC

and said, "Whew! That's"high .seeks divorce. the, of the ...
on Florida history flowers, and they Clerk Circuit Court fur .al'h complete set Extra sped- / .
isn't it1"! We now paying Bradford County Telegraph shall Ion or before the. I f n'ations. at $5.00 and I wk flve.,14!J I7. I-
birds this week and learned something are publish this Order in next four I 26 day of Aprjl. 19-i4; : .dO per ropy be / '::: :'i
I plans at $10 per set, may
$1.11 for of because weekly issues. otherwise 1 ( .
about our new home and a pound coffee ( the allegations of said obtained All documents shall be .
hand and official ,
Witness .
my Complaint will be ,
t the wildlife But sn reading about there was a frost), so we 1 seal at Starke Florida, this :March by you. taken as confessed returned to the Engineer prior t... -. 1 _. ....
'-. .... 4IEDD5IILOWATT'
(II' within ten (10)) days after, bid -- :
the robins we wert not astonishedto might as well charge $1.11 for 31. 1954. This notice shall T>e published ..,
(OFFICIAL SEAl) Charles A. DarbyAs once e3ch week for four consecutive opening. submitting onatide : : ELECTRIC GRILL
read that they subsist for the berries. Clerk of said Court weeks in the Bradford CountyTele-\ bids and returning the documents ._ :
S S S I By Marian L. Crosbv Deputy Clerk graph. m good condition, will be refunded ." .. :
I 505 Bldg., Dated this 24 liar of 1954 i the abon.t for as many s
Zach II. Douglas Lynch ( March ;
i11: : .:", : [fl= Uk: But hope springs eternal in the i Jacksonville. Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby as two complete sets of plans and -
Attvs. fur Plf. 44t:! t.'23 Clerk of the Circuit Court spetifieation*. ;I
I human breast, according to the By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. A bid bond properly executed bythe :IYflIENEW

Wash Your Clothes : poets, so we look at all the bloomin NOTICE TS APPEAR :3:/:26 4t 416NOTICK bidder and bv a qualified surety -
I or a certificate or cashier's check
In flrrnlt 1'oprt. llradford County.
the field and the nice Spring l National > j WAFFLE IRON
Florida! I. C.aa..t'rT.'Jlaruld on any Bank or on a Starke ELECTRIC

9 Pounds growth the plants are putting on. ', O; Bateman. Plaintiffs, I In Circuit Court.TOP"E.R Bradford County, i Pank(::" per in lent a sum of not the lese amount than five bid.made : : ELECTRIC ; -' ;
I Ida F. Defendant
Florida: In (Cbancer. .
and hope that we'll get some- Case No. 10-426 pavable i to I the Citv of Starke.EL .

For 40c! thing out of all our wwk. If wedon't Notice To \pJH'arl "\s
To: Ida F. Bateman. whose residence ..
we'll probably fuss and cuss
I and address is: I'nknown. 1 :' 0
FREE Bleach If Desired! about the foolishness of raising You are hereby notified that a RANCHO i Nf PA M"
: suit for
berries and then set out more

9 I next year. has Divorce been filed against you in the I Pt I ELECTRIC ROASTER

above named Court and cause and i RESTAURANT
a. 9
We Will you are required to serve a copy ol
I Spring is really here now. The your answer or pleading to the complaint with AutomaticCONTROLLED
on the Plaintiff's Attorney' U. S. 301 at X. City Limits ;
Your Clothes daubentonia shrubs across the
Dry j T Frank Landrum. Stark Fla
highway are blooming the wax i and file the original in the office ol Starke Fla. HEAT !
For 20cIn I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
bushes out delicate '
myrtle are in before the :3: day of May. 1953; Special Sunday DinnersSANDWICHES '
green foliage, and the press and i otherwise the allegations of said .
Complaint will be taken as confessed ELECTRIC TOASTER
out in beautiful i : .
New Automatic Driers pecans are new by you

green Those who say that there This notice shall be published BAR-B

are no seasons in' Florida miss I once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele I -QUE < '
a great deal. Although they are graph. WONDflFUll J ,.
I Dated this :31: day of Manh. 1934 00.
I not as pronounced or violent as I (OFFICIAL SEALS: fharles A. Darby i Curb Service 3-12 P M. And wonderfully wnpl*' ,

TheVasheteria\ I they are elsewhere in the country. i Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Check the table furnished c.

i, Spring here is every bit as delightful -I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Open 6 AM 12 P.M. El Rancho Steaks for ideal heat (or bacoa
4 :2 4t 4, 2O1lIl .
pancakes .
lotnoge -
Temple Are. Starke as anywhere. I or eggs olher frying oper. -. 4 .:I ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKING .
j OP\P"I.IC\'J'IO'\: any -- ,
I I S S I' FOIt TUKKII HERB THOMAS olio*.Then sat the control -.. "ti _/

'U (House Bill :\ 1S 6:) I to that exact heat.and .
Fixed Kathrmka so that she o. Steaks
I' N'otue is hereby given that C, A. RESTAURANT yoiaImd.dbeoQlicd .. : ,

-- Knight the holder of the following to delicioui perlectio -..::. WATER SEALED .I
--- Chops and
certificates has filed said certifiates IS.. 301 at S. City Limits every tuaelSee demeol for eatwcnhmgl
I for a tax deed to be issued I *
I Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced thereon The certificate numbers I Starke, Fla. SeafoodOPEN I

and years of the of property issuance and, the the description nam..sIn -! Specializing In Your Dealer Today ; ELECTRIC ROTISSERIE

. SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR which it was assessed are as 24 HOURS DAILY

follows: Weekday & Sunday
Certificate No 45. Year of Issuance OWNED. OPERATED AND ..
llo-: Description of Propel I) N STAFFED DINNERS POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY
ISO ft of U-Vat Illk G ". of It 2 W. ( }
All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates &. N ISO ft. of K\t of Plk. C :S: of RJ : 1!
:i W & SWI4 of Blk.: fi S. of R :' \\' -,,,
--- ---
exceptV I acre in Temple's S/D -
se, 21 T. 6 S. J:. 2J: K 4 a.ie-
:\ .- in which assessed: \\'. C :Mc-
Red Seal Electric & Machine Shop Cord,
,\ll I I of said piopeitv heingIn i I the I -ji
i '''ulity of Bradford, State of 1-1.-1 i
F W. GRAVDON Owner Manager i.l.i ,
t nless such certificate or < > i' If -
tales shall be redeemed at "i 111.11>> 'f':
106 Washington St Phone 397 Starke Fla. i ;; : : ,
In law the property described in i i iititifuate /I l .,
j or certificates uih I i i. ;- :r va ,, c ',..7f \
}"".,. _" .A 4_'_ __ ,...ld to the highest bidder ,it t ,

-- JI'-o' =?_ _au ,__ ,{' ._ 4_ ,_ i milt house door.on the fust M"'I'i :, : _
day in month of' May, 194.111;; i Ii, I
I.tht' trd day of Mav 1114
Dated this i day of April 1S54fr ;; .
.U f'lc I i.*i. >K,M.I nanes ,\ 1',1,1'\ "

? DID YOU KNOW\ ? Ci'untv lerk of NOTICE 1o'11.nda.Circuit TOPI'.an Court of 4, :J P.r.dt"r 4t: 4 _',::: C k \1..


When you need service on you Auto- Florida>'hoU,;. In Anthony Chanrerr.Ni Caiazza.. Plaintiff. the key tll Pnnllal'i 's /..rejl tli-lim'lion, an price cirri* I'ontiai lor reliahihtxV I'onliai prmidi- I nal-laii> { fMdlu. lltIta- 'h for trafli. ami paving. I.ig.ur| i .

\''''. Lorraine I'I'aiazza Defendant : superlative lomfort and remarkable >u i an dnvi it a- iiatii anil .I- l I'III
mobile, Truck or Vehicle of any make or .Notice To Appears Case Xo 10-4H I ; rnadabilitv. It- j>-[>rnetl ('ar-! 4ou like! tutu |p..rI.'dnl"I"1(1! t.. 1.iinifort-l( onirol 2it at extra cost. : uutthit: : performance UirilU.r .

model complete services can be had at >'dence To: Lorraine Caiazza. whose resi.
and address is: 31S JewellAvenue
Staten Island. Sew York
THOMAS TRUCK TERMINAL You are hereby notified tnat i
suit for

I AND GARAGEDid i I i, children Divorce and custody of minoi All Fine Advantages at a

I has been filed against you In th
above named Court and cause an
.: you are required to serve a copy o
you know they are equipped to your answer or pleading to tin
complaint on the Plaintiff,
handle job large or small ? Attorneys Williams & Futch P
any 'i
O Pox 183 Starke, Florida
i and file the original In the office o 1'elllendol16 Savingr

Did you know the best in front end or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court 01

2, day of April 19)4.: ;
alignment and wheel balancing can be otherwise" the allegations! of ea.lt
I j Complaint will be taken as confeaed
secured atTHOMAS by you -
This notice shall be publishe; .
once e..cn week for four consecutiv, .
TRUCK TERMINAL weeks m the Bradford County Telegraph :' Ss. : S How about it-WouIJn't you rather travel in r' ",

Dat.d th's ;j day of March. 1954. I : fine-car luxury? Wouldn't jou prefer the
I Clerk of the Circuit C.urPy t | fl1J \vontlerful, restful comfort of Lig-car riding :
Marian L. Crosby Deputy CTerti -
;3; .'Ii tt i II : \ ease? Wouldn't lile'to pilot America'sgreatest .
---- -
know the best :: .
you tune-up service I i I' : ----
NOTICE 1'(1.11 \"
.I '
all-around ?
in town is atTHOMAS IB rirrult Court. Bradford Count). performer ,

Florida In ChaoreryCtro ,
Puzio Plaintiff vs. Th" ,. .
re : -
l'U71'l..f..ndant Case Xo l't-4'J'' ': : -. There's not a thing to stop you. Pontiac gives
TRU TERMINAL \... ... To ,tpprar: '
To Theresa Puzio. whose ie-iden. 1- c ::: '_ J. 4'r-\ \ou all fine-car advantages, adds matchless
AND GARAGn .... and ,addre i,.' r>5 \\'..,.t '.'n i' *

Mrtet X....iire, New York hereby, :X notified Y. that i: i U ; ) y reliability-and wraps everything up for,.a

suit for divorce tSS4 .' tx," ,. I
: price near the lowest! Come in for thee
Did you know the latest in testing has been filed against you in th :,- __,

above named Court and cause an, It's the value glory of the \ear! .......
von are required to serve a ". -
equipment for engine under actual .P> o
your operating your answer or pleading to the com .
plai..tn the Plantiff'Atton-'
condition is used when
tuning IVm D Morgan 507 Clark Bui'ilins. .
Jacksonville. FI.rid.1Ind
Your Engine.. file the original In the offic, _
of the Clerk ofthe, Circuit Court 01 : --. -:: : lAX'TBEATA ; -?
"r before the :JS dayf Aprtl l .T-L:_
19! ,,4: otherwit-e the allegations ol r -t---
Did you know that Thomas Truck : s.nd complaint will be taken as con, r-

Terminal & Garage will appreciate the fes once This
chance to that their services are the weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .
prove I
S 5X ( I
best. Dated thi :20! day of March P14 I ; j r Ii t .

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, DarD ,
Clerk of the Circuit Cour! .
V By Marian L. -- ; '",-, ,. J
Crosby Deputy Clerk. .- ; c ,;> :' ;- '/, ." ,
a 3 J* 4' 4 ItNOTICKOF -

Thomas Truck Terminal & GaragePhone .und Notice HEISIER-r'igr.ed.Is hereby under FICTITIOtS' 1MKNTION given the provisionsjt that X.TO\MR the: i Simpson Urquhart PontiacCOR.

Chapter. :20.95'! ;; Laws of Florida .
\c- )f 1941. will register with the
-mi.South U.S 301 Cltrk r)f the itirctut durt in and
for ETadford Tuiintv' state of Flori-
ti,i :'p''r rO'. ..ipt >.f p'f (.f p'jHicat -
<,"i .)f t1'R n.-\t .. th" f', nT', us COURT & JEFFERSON STS PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX 248 STARKE FLAJ .
rn'- r ritj: .sil I 1:1'1:i : ,, '. r.,
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I TTT.T.TTT.YTTTT..T dra Johns, Gail Duke, Linda Johns !
Presbyterian Church Christian ChurchBible
and Margaret Rose Duncan all of

3:30 School 9:45 a. m. Worship Starke and Shirley Green and EtedT.
Friday April 9. : p. m. i Keystone Heights!:
.Junior Choir practice. Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ,,Katherine Harrell of Brooker. \

R Sunday. April 11-Sunday School .m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday by Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and : T.
'9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, "The 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood I daughter Martha and granddaughter Long
Claim of Jesus Upon You", 11 Minister. Patricia of Raiford ViSited '! x s

a. m. Youth Fellowship 6 p. m., Mrs. C. E. Mitchell went' this. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson Sunday j; ja TOSCHOOL
I Adult Advisers hosts. Evening WOODLAWN MISSIONARY week to Tampa to attend the afternoon.Mr. I BOARDDISTRICT
Methodist Church ''Church of ChristCorner I Worship, "A Rescue from Dis BAPTIST CHURCH meeting of the Grand Chapter of I and Mrs. Donald Crews and -

10th and McMnhoa tress", 7:30: p. m. LAWTEY, FLA. the OES. (Donna Jean visited Mr. C. J FMEortfc StaRe)

Sunday. Apr. 11--Church School Monday, Apr. 12 Monthly meet- 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Miss Crews Thursday.Ray ; NATIVE SON B. H. S. GRADCATE
:Miss Olive
Gladys Titus
Preaching-11 A. M. and ROTART.P ,
6:15 BTU, 6:45: prayer MEMBER .4oHERIC.LEGIO
9:45 a. m. Morning Worship 11 :P. M. ing elders of the church. 8 p. m. preaching. services, Gornto, and Mrs. Brantley visited Gano of Lake Swan spent T A. PRESIDE BIND:' PARENTSASSOCHT10X
7 o'clock
service, song
a. m. Forty-seven Church School Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Tuesday. Apr. 13-Circles of Mrs. Brantley's sister in Tampa the weekend with his grandparents -
pupils who have had perfect at-I I each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. the Women of the Church will' 7:30 evening services. this week. Mr. and Mrs. R.! F. Gano. WILL STPPORT Better 9rh...l B.lUlB<. Stttr Tm_>.r -
meet at 8 p. m. as follows: Circle Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton has beenisick tI.. QnlKIrd Toirkm PUrKT*.a4 E.mt.. mt Care
tendance for the past six months I I Fulwood Cir- HEILBRONN Mrs. Huntley is in the Gainesville A-d Repair .f B.lUia.. Mere E4ae.tioB Per D.Umr .f C*.t.
1 with Mrs. Lonnie ; recently
and to
I was
Babies will be Church of God BAPTIST CHURCH hospital this week for obser-
will be recognized. cle 2 with Mrs. John Mixon.
the Alachua General ..
Hosp'tal.Mr. Don't
i I Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach- vation. Vote Short VOTE 'X' LONG
baptized and those children who Wed.. Apr. 14-Prayer Meetingand I and Mrs. James Hamilton
1 Sunday School 10 a.m. Mora- Adult ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: Mr. and Mrs. John Denmark
have been in the pastor's mem- Bible Study 7:30 p. m. spent Saturday afternoon with
ling Worship 11 a.m. Evening 7:30 p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer have returned from New Orleans, '
bership class will join the churchat Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service Choir practice : p. m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. where they spent several days at Mrs.Yvonne.Eva Harrell and t daughter. I i ::=:_= ::: :- : :': _:'. ::>: _;::' '__ :' = = _. .i. -.--_ ._'"

this service. MYF 6:30: p. m. Rev. J. E. LIngerfelt, pastor. the clinic. i.
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer MeetIng At The Tabernaclei Mrs. F. M. Sullivan and son I
Evening Worship 7:30 m. The
p. Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Francioces of
Youth Choir, under the directionof 7:30 p.m. Thursday. i I the usual Bible School p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor. Naples, Italy are visiting Mr. and Douglas Starke. spent the weekend in :.
Mrs. Lloyd Green will have Lawtey I AIRPARK BAPTIST Mrs.
Baxter this week. They have -4 Cook'sSTORE
School 10 a.m. Morn [Sunday afternoon a period of in- Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Cano and
charge of the entire service Sunday Sunday Scnool 9:45: a.m. Spe- been in Massachussets and will !
11 a.m. YPE Serv strumental music was brought in .1'I of St Augustine spent the
Wednesday evening Prayer Serv- ing Mrs. cial service by Rev. R. C. Crosbyat go from here to St. Augustineand
7:30 [unison by Miss Wallace and wt'ekendith Mr. and Mrs. R. F
Saturday p.m. L. G.
ice : p m. ing I This afternoon serviceis 11 a.m. Public invited. then back to their home in I
Hippie. ''Gano.
-_ _,_ :-_ __' -, _.. '-_._ ''._ '_.. '. -_,,,,", \I one of the.. ..important. phases L. of: Hemingway pastor. I Italv.Mrs. I Carol Cox of Gainesville was I..
church activity, SeeKing 10 call SEVENTH: DAY Doying, who recently j the weekend guest of Joyce. Suggs
together the people for a profit-\ ADVENTIST CHURCH I moved from Keystone Heights to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Piersonof 1

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke able time of spiritual instructionThe I Services each Sabbath in old!Cocoa. was in town last wt'ekend' Cassadaga, N. Y. visited the .
on business.Mr. 1
Bible is used exclusively for
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath Waits Wednesday. They were en-
Operated By Starling's Grocery Management
a textbook. \ School 2 p.m. Preaching and Mrs. Grayson left on ;route to their home in Cassadagaafter I
,i Interest this week centers in the 'each second and fourth Sabbaths\Sunday for a short visit in St. a tour of the state. Jacksonville Highway Plenty Parking Space
.. I which i '
n-- I II I 21st Anniversary meeting 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor.!Louis. The Thursday dinner guests of Starke Fla. Friday and Saturday
:the church observes Friday night Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m.I i Mrs. W. B. Fredriksson of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr

REV LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor i in the form of a fellowship dinner. welcome. Heights and James Price of and family were Mr. and Mrs 1"V:: :>'_- '_" _" '- '_ : .:-,.:: ;"-, .- .. ,- -'-' -- .-.'; ,
I I Everyone I ) ""; .:. .. ,_. ... .
Melrose married <------ --- -- -- -- --- -- -- '-"-'-
I were on Tuesday. George Pinder of Clearwater. Mr
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. CHURCH OF JESUS: CHRIST March 30, in Orlando. The ceremony :i.and Mrs. Marvin Pitman of Largo Maxwell House or Your Brand Lb:

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 MacBlain LATTER DAY SAINT was performed by Rev. i i:and Mrs. Maurey Blalock of Madi-
Raymond Services each Sunday in old Ma- David Thomas, former pastor of

-------.-,--- Schedule SUNDAYS of Services sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday the First Baptist Chunh Key-,|Ison.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and COFFEE 8Se
School 10 a.m., Sacrament Service stone Heights. The couple will reside -], family were visiting in Palatka
11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Church School 11 .
Sunday Sermons: I 9:45: a.m., 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. in Keystone Heights. .!:Sunday.
& Sermon
a.m. Morning Prayer ;
Mr. and Mrs. Oather of1jDestin. i
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. I Queen
6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv- PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS .
Fla. the
are parents of a The Miami Story' With $5.00 Ordef More
CHURCH ( or )
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. ice League. r 1 I daughter. Catherine Delores born .
.. . '. ., HOLY COMMUNION1st. Sunday Morning Scnool Service 10 11 a.m. j March 31. Mrs. Queen is the Shows Gangland: ,{ :::::: :-.t.::: '-::-"_---=-':!.- :- ."::_ :.::.. -.: -rTTT -' .'
3rd. Sun- a.m.
.... .-. .- ,__ .-. --. ,__ __ ..-- -_-. -_ ..J-< Sunday 11 a.m. Evening Service 7:30 :tighter of Mr. and-Mrs. Edward ;!At Florida TheatreLuther

.. .. .,, '. '. day 7:30 a.m.FRIDAY : : p.m. 'Bleha of Keystone Heights. i My-T-Good pkg
'_..' _" __ .... 0', ._ ._ .. .. _- -- _,w 7:45 Wednesday \ The Woman's Club will meet Adler's screen villain MEAL ; Sib 21C
7:30: p.m. Litany & Meditation. night p.m. Saturday rug! !!t Tuesday April 13. at 1 p. m. This reaches a new high with his I

8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. I will be a business meeting. S .. ,
O'clock nrrYYTYTTTTTT.YTTTTTTTTT1HEILBRONN role of underworld --- -- - --
Sunday Night at 8 I ;,starring an

Hear this Sermon by Pastor Bob Gray St. Edward's Church First The Baptist regular Church monthly businessand 'crime czar in "The Miami Storv". Holy Oak for
{playing at the Florida Theatrethis TISSUE 2 13C
program meeting of the W.
i Sundav and Monday. Barry
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. ,M. S. held I
was Tuesday April
"The Greatest Mistake i Sullivan:: Adele Jergens': and John .,.
r i -- --
Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m. By Mrs. Ancel NormanauuLAuuuu.uuu 10:30: a. m. at the church followed -t
Anyone Can Make" I Children's Class Saturday 11 by a covered dish luncheon.It .!iBaer also share starring: honors
trend to'
33 I AA The current Hollvwood
a. m. was reported that 13 membersand PRINCE ALBERT c1Oc 1
I I iniect as much realism as possiblei
What Is It? ;I Keystone Heights Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt filled his eight visitors attended the i onto the screen is in evidence in I

4j \ Have You Ever Made It? I (Women's nub) regular appointment Sunday Annie Armstrong Home Mission I I this daring expose of (crime and :
I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. night. He and Mrs. Lingerfeltwere program and study of "The New "
Bring Your Bibles and Hear i corruption on the Gold Coast I II
Confessions before all Masses. dinner guests of Mr. and Orleans Story at the home of
the Answer I I Much of the picture was actually j I II I FABr SURF or Large Box
Mrs. J. M. Rosier.
I Mrs. I. B. Tyre last week. Those
in Miami
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Lanier taking part on the program were police protection with the result I

Church I LAWTEY, FLA. and family visited relatives in ''Mesdames Altman, Camp, Hower- that the film has rare authenticy.
First HamptonBible i TIDE
Baptist Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Lake City Sunday.Mr. ton, James Oglesby. Parker and Senator George A. Smathers Df I 23cCOCA

11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek and Mrs. Sidney Emanueland Wolfe. A delicious luncheon was Florida has endorsed the film and

School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 7:00 P.M. service Wednesday 7:3p p. m. family of Enterprise visited served. I in the opening: narration saYs that

I A. E. Massey, pastor relatives here Sunday. I"The Miami Story" shows what a I .- i ____ "
NOTICE: A new course of Bible Instruction for Adults ,i Bible School-10 A. M. Miss Deloris Newmans of Bay- The W. M. S. is now also havinga :few courageous citizens honest I :: :::-=- .. :==)i;> C : ,-: ="'_" ._-_ _" :___' _':_ .- : .
night meeting for those who '
Begins Tonight in B.T.U. with the Pastor as Teacher. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE less Hiway visited Miss Linda work, or for other reasons findit ,politicians and tough alert police'
Norman Sunday. agencies can do to rid their cities 6 Bot Ctn
Lession No. 1 : "What Baptists Believe about the Bible" SOCIE1'1"Orange inconvenient to attend during I ; influence." I COLA lic
of gangland
the day. The night met
Park Fla.
.. .., CARD OF THANKSOur Tuesday I Miss Jereens is seen as the gun- !
at the
,, .. -- -.-- '- '.- ,.. ,-" ... .. -- P' ._ .' Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- heartfelt thanks to all who E. home of Mrs. A. I moll of Adler. bossman of the --

. '. 'day School 11 a.m. i extended comforting sympathy and Anthony. I vast underground empire with I Loaf
,- . -- .. '. ----'-- -- -- '.. .' ", Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday help in our recent sorrow. For All new residents- and any oth- headquarters in :Miami. I II BREAD Any 15C
each month, 8 p.m. the beautiful service, floral offer ers in this area without a church I I
Public cordially invited. Nur- and other kindnesses,
ings. we
1 home
are cordially invited to at-
i sery maintained for all services. f are deeply grateful.The I -
REVIVALJOHNSTOWN tend any or all of the regular :
Center H S Table
Community Building. Eunice Family : ) pkgs
Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. I services of the church (Sunday : "..., -_. NAPKINS 19C
School. 9:45 a. m.: Morning Worship J'oe' !

f 11:00 a. m.; Training Union By .
BAPTIST CHURCH 1 I 6:45 p. m.: Evening Worship. 3:00: I II -' -..-- --.--. -. ..- .-"---
FILL DIRTGOOD I p. m., and Prayer :Meeting Wednesday :-::-- = _--. ----, ::.:-, ::--.:-:- :- ---:- =":.--'.- ..-----: .. .:,--- '-,;

7:45 p. m.) The Sunday ,
3 Miles from Lake Butler on Macclenny Highway RICH I School Can
I provides departments forI I i

.. For Tall I ages and a sanitary nursery
.gym- 'I TOP SOILSee I with K
an experienced attendant.
::'t I I'i' I (for children up to seven years Toniatoes IOe
"; i Gainesville Production ,(Of age are provided during the
morning i worship service for the I II
I Credit Association I
j, Transfer Compan( i!convenience of mothers with small II : .
1 I II" I 620 N. Main St. .children.BROOKER. I

Phone 165ALVAREZ' : Gainesville, Florida P
f r 25.
.jNt "That reminds me-my car needs OCTAGON.; : SWAN or LIFEBUOY

II ST(JRE Men's Clothing II l: some Accessories For

\ Established 1894 By Polly Wait Jr. j ji $SOAP 3 14C

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiMrs. | We have a brand new line of

accessories for your car'
V j
Tomato and Pepper Plants Howard Wait entertained I Ii i
d few friends in honor II I
of her
Fruit Trees Azaleas & Camelias ,two daughters. Jeanne and Jo- };I IRISH 10 Lbs.

I anne's thirteenth birthday. Those!|WarrensSuper

"-cJiI'i4a/ I who attended were Mary Jane

Flower Seed land Patty Bigham, Jackie and j
'i Sandy Mott, Billie and EJna Mae Shell Potatoes 17e I
I Russ, Linda Gail Green and Glen- I

Gro-Tone Magic Bloom By Gro da Parker. Tires
Polly Wait entertained a few
Plant Foods I I friends at a slumber party Fri-I BatteriesWashing

day night. Those who attended

: I PLANTS: Larkspur, Petunias, Carnations were Bobbie Bastedo of Keystone Lubrication

:Heights. Joan and Joyce Scholl Phone 385 Madison & :Monroe Lb

LJ 74c1 j SEED: AU Kinds Garden and Field !i Jane Richarde. Joann Slade San-- .- HAMBURGER- 39c


.4 Xatiomcide Evangelist Preaching The Phone 39 Starke. Fla. TOBACCO GROWERSLet -- -- -- -, .

Old Time Gospel Us Write Your BOLOGNA Lb 19C


Revival Begins I HAIL INSURANCE -. -. ---- ,-- .
I <=- .. ::. :::: : : ti"_= =". '-'::':'.''.:'__ -'__'-:-.--'_'_ '_ "
The LISTENChurches I NOl Before You Need It

Services Begin Each Evening at 8 O'clock I I
HERALD :! Hail and Wind

0 Salute You OF TRUTH i i Live Stock BACON 53COLEO'

WJHP 8 A.M. I Fire Lightning
Rev. Amil Brown, Song Director .
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ROMANS 16:16


Special Singing and Playing by In Starke ;- West of Bus Station Lb



Don't Fail To Hear This Great :Man of God Sermon "Relation Of Members To The Church" I Lb 37C


J J Everyone Welcome to the Family Church i I Ii Sermon "Ten Bible Questions" I I II Phone 146 CHEESE! S E Lb 49C

)c Reverend D.. A. Greek, Pastor Bible Study Wed. Night 7:30 P.M. i Constant Service Orer 50 Years .

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BHS Wins First Dual Track Meet; r PARRIS ISLAND, HERE WE ARE Cattlemen Make I Council OK/ i at said,5 for per such cent things interest as feed, CUrrie seed

Hot Weather Plans I
fertilizer, livestock equipment

Ferguson Individual High ScorerThe For Care Of Herd I i Another Plat I fencing etc.. on a chattel or crop

mortgage. The
mortgage ir.arun \

Tornadoes won their first first place. With: winter behind them, now I For HousingStill i from one to seven years, he

dual track meet last Friday 81-37 .1 Bobby Ferguson was individual the time for Florida cattlemen !s'aid.Details

when they swamped Lake City. high scorer of the meet with 11 jlS make plans and preparations i iI, another plat was approved of this type loa-i, __r.<>

Thursday they were in a tri-meet 1-4 points. Ferguson scored a first --IL handling their herds during I by the City Council Tuesday''' 'others may be obtained from Cur

with Palatka and Gainesville Highat place In the 100-yard dash and the rCsf ,. ,night to add the wave of building i rie at his office which is direct!)

the University track course, 220-yard dash, and was on the Fs the coming season of high temperatures j developments und r way in behind Mitchell's Drug Store anv

and next Thursday, April 15, the. winning half mile relay team. according to James E. j i Starke. This one. Great Oaks. a.. Friday morting firm S ti 12

Tornadoes will enter the Fletcher Richard Henderson was second Pace animal husbandman with!I six-lot plat owned by Steve Simmons -
held at I with 11 winning the .
meet annually
Invitational high points
'the University of Florida Agricultural | is located on Westmoreland TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
the Jacksonville Beach school. hurdles, coming in second on the
Street across the street write. Come in and select
I low hurdles and the 220-yard dash. Extension Service. : way you
Coach Hobbs' cinder men excelled from the Simmons' home. i favorite ESTERBROOK
Townsend Strickland got 9 1-4 Tj1 'Grass and other grazing crops I your
in the races while Lake ( Arch.Thomas Jr. informed the
i,Fountain Pen. Only $i7 at
Clark 8 14.
points and Stanley in and !iI
are more abundant spring '
strongest in the field council that )
City was i emetree Builders.
Lake City picked up their first j1 1
events. Lake City picked up four I (summer than during other seasons Jacksonville within theweek pur-
place points in the shot put. the _
first place events and the Torna- of the year but careful man- chased the land on white they expect -:
broad jump one mile run, and NOTICE TO APPEAK
does came in first in 10 events. agement of pastures is necessary'to to erect minimum of 25
440-yard dash.Competition. a j I. Circuit Curt, Bradford C...tr.
The Tornado relay teams outclassed will increase for obtain maximum beef production 'homes, and that they have received Florida Currin IB Chaarrrj.Louise .. ,
ii BUn-k\frll. aunnis.
Lake City's, and Bradford Tornadoes as they go up against j ,I 4 from them," Mr. Pace says. I FHA approval and hopeto lie m usV. KlaYkwell Is !f. mlan,
I 'Periodical fertilization moving Case?. N '' : .,
get building operations started
took all the points in the high strong teams again at the Fletcher >.llre T* ',p..r.
jump as Clark, Humphries Har- meet in their conference track r.. j when necessary to keep grass in within a month. T.: RemusV. K-la.-kwrll \ ,- a. i iresidence
I a green vegetative stage rota- Jack Trawick. county sanitarian and address i>-' :. i '. 'h
rington, and Newman all tied for meet set for April 24. 7 i U'lai-f. S. E.. Washington. i I' .
tion and avoiding overstockingand told the council that he had
t I|: You are Hereby notified mat a
over-grazing are some of the received word from the State uit for

I Pecan MeetingSet things that cattlemen can do to Divorcehas
Funeral Monday Board of Health that the Starke been filed against you In the

eel maximum production from disposal plant was in tetter con- |i above named Court and cause and
Rhoden For MondayIn ...... '
TOil are required to serve a copy vf
\ the .
I i pastures. dition at the present time than it''
your answer or pleading to the
Fred Rhoden 59, lifelong resident Courthouse Provision of convenient and had been in a :year. Hj also outlined complaint. on the Plaintiff's
I Attorney lioliis \ K i :gtii:
Bradford County, died adequate water supplies is especially plans under way ttr mosquito -: Starke. Florida
morning following -i There will be a nomination meet- :MARINE RECRUITS: P\t. Lewis Ronald McClellan (left), son of Mr. and Mrs I. McClellan of Law important in summer man- control. ';.!and file the original in the '.(fie

suddenly a Saturday heart attack. He was ing of pecan growers and handlersat tey. and Pit Leroy lanlIallIartin, son of Mr. and :\Ir''. Flo)d Martin of Startce: receive their first or agement of cattle. "When a cow The council agreed to install ,i of the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court ODor
the courthouse Monday, April
street in Starke when ders upon arrival recently at Marine Recruit Depot Parris Island S. C. Seated at desk is Recruit Rfrreiving has to walk a mile for a drink." new street lights on Call Street 10 day of May. 1954.
on the 12, at 8 p.m. to select state mem- otherwise tne aixrBBt.- ->- said
stricken.Mr. the Administrative Com- Clerk Mike Carullo, who assign them to a training platoon. Mr Pace declares, "she's going to between the courthouse and Wal- :Complaint will be taken at conI
bers for lose weight on the trip. Too. sheis nut Street at the edge of the I I fessed by you.
Rhoden was born in Brad- mittee and Advisory Council to buildings The j 1 I This notice shall 2>'! published
not going to drink as much wa- lights will be sus- once each week for four
1 1895 near for the coming under 1 7 7E oonseej-
Feb. ,
ford County on serve tfi as she needs for maximum pended on brackets. tine weeks in the Bradford County
Starke. He spent most of hB the federal pecan marketing IUt Telegraph. .
I feed utilization and for her com- ..
Dated this ;5 day f \i-nl! -4
and was a and order programThe
active years farming agreement for: Every cattleman should en- FHA Offering (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Charles A LUrby
member of .the Bethel Baptist Bradford County Farm } 1!!. Clerk of the Circuit Court
7 I de* or to provide nearby adequate 'By Marian L. Crosby Depute clerk
Church. Bu au changed their regular Loans To FarmersClifford '
\ I ware! supplies for his animals. > 4',1 I

Surviving acre his widow Carrie meeting date to coincide with : The Extension specialist also
Rluxk'n of Starke; three this meeting as in addition to the L. Currie County
Carter rallattention to the need for
brothers. Levi Rhoden Hampton; voting, there will be a panel of ( l I "omrol of insect pests during the Supervisor Farmers Home Administration '|! W. C. T. U.

Heights; who will discuss LJ announces that funds
Rhode. Keystone experts
Willie pecan sprint: and summer. "Mosquitoes THEODORE: ROOSEVELT SAID:
and Sam Rhoden of Texas. the problems of growing pecans .. a hous,flies screw-worm flies and are available to farmers who TXLESS THIS COUNTRY IS
qualify under terms of Produc-
Funeral services were held in and answer questions. a other troublesome pests usually j; MADE A GOOD PLACE FOR
i I tion and Subsistance Loan.
the Bethel Baptist Church Mon- Nominations for the Advisorv E j ee are more numerous in hot weath- ALL OF I'S TO LIVE IX. IT
Farmers of the
day afternoon at 3 o'clock with Committee will be voted on at I "> "family type operators", who havea
Rev. Richard Lee officiating. In- this meeting and the results front gaining and actually cause i i FOR ANY OF US TO LIVE IN."
terment was in the family plot in placed on ballots at four similar losses in some cases if control large enough tc meet re (t'LOIUD.GOOD NEWS.)

Kingsley Lake Cemetery under meetings held in the western 1 measures are not taken against quirements may borrow money

the direction of DeWitt C. Jones Florida. then i he explains. "There are insecticides -

Funeral Home.Ilotary and methods that arepffE.'f.tlve
A-l I A-I
against such'pests, and Values
the wise cattleman will make full

Program I Our heartfelt thanks to all who use of them. It is particularly

sympathy important to treat all cuts bruises. -
in charge of theprogram extended comforting
F. B. was and other
wounds to
land help in our recent sorrow; for prevent
at the Rotary Club Wednesday infestation screw-worms."
the beautiful service floral offer- USED CARS

and introduced as of guest the I ings, and other kindnesses we are Shade is another important de-

speaker Rev. L. D. Haines deeply grateful.-The family of FIRST STOP is the barber shop and after a quick PVT. MARTIN mentally compares his new Marin
First Baptist Church, who broughta :W. H. Hart. : clip, Pit. McClellan feels only open space on the field shoes with the heavy football numbers he wo f the herd, Mr. Pace points out.

spiritual message. j top of his head where the hair used to grow. It's as a member of the Tornado squad at BUS. Bald;y Cows need shade in which they and TRUCKSOPEN
can lie down and chew their cuds
-- :: an old Marine custom known as the boot haircut. haircut feels good, he declares.
1 and artificial shade should be

Sell It Rent It Trade It School TrusteesTo 9 n-itural are provided not shade.on enough ranges Cheap trees where, or practical other there 7:30 A. M. Till 5:30 P. M.

Consider + : shelters can be constructed fromwire

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED,Teacher SlateAll .and palmetto other such brush material.aer4-i lumber ANDREWS\ MOTOR COMPANY

To Place school teachers who are not Aa The J'ftpn.n" anima husbandman -
Good Results Easy
Law Rates on a continuing contract will be also advises cattlemen to

: up for re-nomination at a meetingi t; provide adequate minerals for MADISON ItPHOSE
INSERTION 5Oc : HI" herds. rl"c+my pn"nous''
20 WORDS OR LESS ONE i i of the Bradford County School -, ,' 1 And ADAMS 118
WORD 2c "I ntq snrh p" iontanq 11. d cell-
EACH ADDITIONAL (II Trustees next Thursday night,
OR MORE I\SERTiO\" talana snectabilis that show up
( E>T ON -
niSCOIAT OF IS "H April 15, at the courthouse.The in rtipirmatures II.nrlnt tem-

ADDITIONAL FOR BU'O ADS OROS NOT Pill ADVANCE I trustees are: L. F. Dinkins, nora>'v r"a+ine cron 'lIch as! millet -

Tae Starke O. J. if needed in addition to the A-l STARKE FLA. |IA i
SIEMORI. NS, CARP OF THANKS' RESOLUTIONS-:0e PER LLVECOUNT I'I ; Phillips. Lawtey: i1\; permanent pasture available : -

( 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) 1 I I and A. L. Green. Brooker. t a I

The Minimum Foundation law

==i ".. i! passed in J947, provided that all ,

Fun SALE-Kr house on Pine i I teachers with a four-year degree.
Sl, off Alton Road 2 lots.complete.Terms I Do )ou wool it nice little 1Sacre i who had three years service in
water and lights bath J. W. homrnite with a ...u". home !the
desired. .S ee ] county and were reappointed SAT. MON. ONLY
ion 4tp 4/6 modern roa\eBiea<>.... eight mins 0
Thomas premises. .. of Markrf High dry khadrKruoadM i i for a4 fourth term, became perm-

pine timber *IO feetfruutiBC anent employees and were not 9
d F
O. I. S. 301. Thin l. nota & 4 5 i
RADIOS REPAIRED fl\r away but you ran hair It j subject to re-appointment according -

Ml ...11... All *.**. for what II ix wor'tli, with reakiiDable i to H. P. Morgan School

.......ahl. e".rK" p.r..teN ternin Superintendent.
e1U8. C. 811EPIIERO i(
TBS W. Call !It, 8tar" p":31t Ideal fur poultry, fruit andlegetablrs c
or retirement.!_ 1
definite commercial. pOKnibllltle Property Transfers
RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire -

FOR at Bus Station. If ,I A. J. THOMAS i! Fecent property sales in Brad- I Blo

FUR HENT'---'a\ID\. 2 ullfurni..ht'd.I rooms and I HEAL ESTATE DEALER I ?oru County include the following

,bath furnished Court? or Keystone High. :04 Temple \>... T I p"u.eU:: i M. J. Sadenwater and wife Pearl ATTEN-SHUN' Martin jMcClellan stand rigid as their drill instructor -
1"ln..hur.t Marie, FloridaLETaJ. I'! 1LIMIT
way. Telephone 17-Ul-l. Up 4/91 I ( f .iry. Ind. to Edwin H Regan looks them over critically. He's the man who'll have the .

I -_ _________"-..,
and wife Cleone
FUR RENT-Attractive furnished j 1 H about six acres tough job of turning them into fullfll'dgt'dlarlDt'5 Curing a rigorous

.mall garage apartment with T.cunnectione ., D. OnOM. JR. :i JC Keystone Ht-ignis [:oad, three ten-week training period. I
fur c Upli' Reason- HANDLE YOUR I
-I I mile south of Starke $6,000.Kitti. .
End llr '
able. Inquue at West f'ry. CA1TLK ANTI HOGS I
<< SALES laV.. M:r\lda: a widow. i, Fish town; and P. W. Kelly Miami.
I Lite Oak, Kara wedaesdayGaInMIHe lj Thomas lCue)' and wife Legion Fry j Funeral services were held Wednesday .
WANTElYard man to take care I Iof Kaeh Friday I '
II I rarccs of Keystone Heights Set For Tuesday
., roundli. 615 McMahone. tfchg I afternoon. March 31, in
I FOR HI-XT-Apt No. 1 Three ,-..m-\'\ ravb home eist, of Lawtey, II New River Cemetery with Rev.
WAIIEHOI'SE!: FOR HEXT-Contact fun able furnished rooms and $23,000.T.:!: Everything is set for the next
<;rt'*.'tI Grocery Store. :Itch! ./9 electric kitchen air conditioning I I George A. Purga, pastor of the
if desired? shady lawn. Adults. J. Alderman: and wife Effie meeting of the Jones-Langford- i:Lawtey Methodist Church off i- EASTER BUYS
Mrs. I.. M Clark. lit. I. Cox :!-('.
house en E. White Post 56 American
5-room Legion
FOR RENT- Griffin next East Starke. I mile from Call St. cf Hampton to B. T. Thomas and I I Iciating. Arrangements were in
Tenth dour to St.fish See market. Up bridge? on Br.ssant Rd. tfchg wife Susie o* Starke, about 50 next Tuesday night at the Legion ;Charge of Hardage & Son of Jack-
Hall except for one thing the '
FOR SALJ.-I Computing Day tun a. IES Graham section 3500. i l sonville.
YARD MAN 'STEnlaintf'n. SfalrsUood condition will pas ",'loe M. edriksson and husband menu for the meal.If j

ance of buildings employment.and Apply grounds.Steady KlKancho '''I' inspection. Green's. Grocery StchK Store 4'91 i I II II J. F., of Keystone to DonaldM the Post members are lucky 16th Grade 4-H News Ladies Childrens

Motet UchK I I .Jiristoffer anJ wife Patricia over the weekend and catch a lot

YOU RENT-5-room furnished apt., FOR one bedroom RKXT-Furnished and glassed-in apartment.sleeping i of Keystone Heights, part of tract of fish during a deep-sea fishing I The 6th Grade 4-H girls of

elf N Church St. Phi-ue 175-W. porch large living room. i on Lake Ger..vi $0,200.I. ( : trip off Cedar Keys, there will bea :Starke: met Monday in the armory SLIPShoo DRESSES $1.00
Ithcgr"WANTED :
kitchen and dinnette.? 116:! South i i B. Pmho's'Cr of Brooker to fish fry. Otherwise it will be
; ,The meeting was called to order
St. or apply at Tuck's Auto
TO BY-l'sed office Cafe.tf George W. Davis and wife Clans-I I hot dogs and excuses.
i jbv the president. Babs Biggs "
46" 48" flat 9" wide, SKIRTS $! SHOES $1.99
desk. x top.
drawers both sides? and centertrawfr ? FOR SALK-or Trad*-1 nearly nl'.1 sa, one !lot in Bro ihcr, S'.MOO: ,I |The secretary. Betty Jean Schmitt. ., .

Moot, phone :35.: RnAir'l'l'p..r with attachments. Mrs. Lois Hodges i read the minutes and Marv Katherine ('

:!t16 .I 2 30 electric ft. T.V. steam Tower, room with i iAntsna. I; Blue Chip Hit !Dies In Hospital I i Wainwright led the 4-H I II SHOESs ; -9s SLIPS 39cI

.AXXOfNCIXf. that I am local rep- heaters :S brand new 2 ft-S in x Pledge.
rekentati\e for Henderson Kakery 6 ft-8 in. one panel screen doors. I|By Robbery I Mrs. Lois I 1 the I :
Hodges. a native of! Reports were given by girls
of Jacksonville? specializing in 1 good Automatic Universal washing j i PANTIES 29c PANTIES 29c
AKIfnr \\VdJinjrs. Birthdays mal'hinE'34 size Rollaway Gaining entrance through a Bradford County died in a Jack-I who prepared food the 4-H way
Anniversaries. Teas, Showers. Ke- beds. 1 II light steel rasement sonville hospital on March during the last three weeks. 4-H
29 i
-ptlons, etc. Nuts. Mints. Petit windows 52: III. X 50 In. 12: I i small window in the rear thevies I
following a brief illness. I were led by song leaders HAND BAGS $ Loo SHIRTS I -
Knur Your orders will be appreciated brand new bronze porch lights i; last Saturday night stole about songs i 89c
and will receive prompt with glass shades.? All this merchandise I I She is survived by her mother. !Linda Kaye Sale and Harriet I
Attention Thelma Jennings cor. is in excellent? condition $75 in cash from Lacy :Mobley's
Jefferson and Bay. Phone :278-J! i and priced right. See IVh Mur- I establishment known as the Blue I Mrs. Margaret L. Kelly of Law- ,Powell. i iI 0O
ItrhgVOU I nan at Sleepy Hollow Motel north tey; three sisters Mrs. Loyree I' Miss Ross announced that next I NYLON GLOVES $1 BONNETS 89'
i I nf Starke. lip Chip located about two miles .
Tomlinson. will be Exhibit Day ,
I New River: Mrs. H. C. club meeting
REXT--On. bedroom cnttaee. west of Starke on the Raiford
..U''%" furnl I."".' hon St.. Phone 183-W. tfehg screened" front porch in Lawtevr I Road Mrs. A. P. Hallman Chattanooga.Tenn. |will be eligible to go to the 4-H

AM! v l.tmit.6 building on hqrd lots. surface Contact road.Mrs !I' In addition the thevies "tore .: and four brothers. H. C. 'Camp at Cherry Lake near Madi-
K-KM'TIFI'l. FAMILY ALTAR and Joyce i up" the juke box and took small '
Ooodwlll BiMe>. National KIP II I I quantities of cigarettes and food- Kelly. Lawtey; E. L. Kelly. New son on July 19.
James j i
version with WainwrightNOT1CE
Family and FOR RKNT-Three room and bath t River; John G. Kelly. Yankee- ; Mary Katherine
Service Kecurds stuffs.
Manv family furnished\ .
? apartment with .1"l'tri.'
helps with full key to Bible and Idtl'h..n and nrl\'a' .. i '
.roni-ordanc-, nff regular S2T.50:! Per month. Contact Mrs.I I I
price during April. Wonderful Joyce T. Futch. Lawtey lip BOY SCOUT NEWS j
present at Easter Call at 315
'Park St. or address P. O. Rot ill.Starke. :! I I OUR LAY AWAY
Fla. :Itp 4/10 The Green Bar of Troop 70
\ >
beautiful Sninet ;"no.Ia"''''- I I [
n ny case. Looks like new. Play Boy Scouts held their monthly

VOIl Motor.8.U.E-I 1941\ !Ford Boat Coupe.and Inboard I SpedBowler like Will new.tell and Been credit rented all money 10 month paid meeting Tuesday at C. L. CO per'S I THE E. T. SHULL PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. I

and t Shetland Ponies. on purchase price. Easy house. These meetings are held
Thnne :242.! :! !OS F.. Call St. tfchp write:MODERN MUSIC MART to plan the troop activities for the IS NO LONGER LOCATED ON TEMPLE AYE BUT I Remember Satisfaction Guaranteed (

.on 8.\U-t..ood: 1950 Ford 4 door I 1015: University Avenue I I month. I HAS MOVED TO A NEW LOCATION I .
Sedan, radio, heater and spot Gainesville. Florida i
The i
boys enjoyed a weiner roast j
Il1tbt IMS! Ford Tudor Sedan Strhp 4-IS:!:
These cart priced right Can be even though it rained. They were I I
We We Refund 1
"book financed Phone to US.suit your pocket WANT TO SWAP I'M READY accompanied by Scoutmaster Harry 716 LAFAYETTE ST. Exchange We SatisfyL'
UchgSALE 500 bearing 88
pecan trees acres
Green and Assistant Oren 1I
land fenced and cross fenced for
volt CHEAP-Two S; -Ib. cotton cattle two bedroom home. lieht ,I Jones.
mattresses; one 3-tier table: deep well with automatic pump !j The'Green I Same Courteous Efficient Service I
j Bars are made up of j! Prompt
one walnut" drop-leaf table: oneflat large barn and other out build- I k'
desk and swivel chair. Reasonable ings. Will( trade for home on 1 the leaders of the troop patrol j ,
: S-piece antique walnut Sante Fe Lake or any good lak!'. j 1,(leaders and assistant patrol lead-I
bedroom set. RR MacRlain, IDS *Vm*"ct Eaton Jordan. Phone :2r:
Church St., Phone 116-J. Itp Starke. 4tp 4CO :>rs. and officers of the troop : E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating !

such as scribe, senior patrol leader j :
Tires less than S.O-iO:! mile' !--For repeat'orders : junior assistant Scoutmaster. Phone lit Starke Fla.

Approximately: price. L. Hillen- plea..e I'all5: or %44j -\\' 1 and quartermaster. 1 .._ ,,, -' -.-- .- -- _: ..-'- -
dahl Rt 2. Boa 146-C. Starke Up j f tchg .: 'r I __ _ __ ___ __. __ _._ __H -_____ _, ':...-. -jl--------; -_ ____ _-.-- ..,-_ -_ .'-- __ ._-__._


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