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 30, 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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.w -z -' Produce Begins Moving At Brooker; I Boys Of Woodcraft Get Caps T! School Bonds Rally Draws

;. >. I Berries Linger On Starke MarketBy i; ; : : IToBeOffered

: :. .... I I {: ; Good Crowd Here
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?': .Atii scrapping their strawberry The demand for string beans IS!I For Sale Soon
: Tuesday Night t
: 4 fields during the past week grow- i exceeding the supply at Brooker

I ers took to market 594 crates. I :Market these days, according to I

bringing $7 high and $4 low, with I 1 Ralph Nettles, market manager.. !j ;
Supt. H. P. Morgan has After weeks of attempting to
revenue of $3.564. according to I Although growers sold about announced that bonds for the I I cover all of Bradford
County the
; ; figures released by Fanner'sMarket 2.000 hampers with good prices: ;i* ) ; .i..i.c .i.g'L $525.000 building program were :15 candidates for county offices-
: M. R. Judd. I 11 Black Valentines and Contenders, :
manager had the
validated recently in the circuit 'I opportunity Tuesday night
This week's sales brings to j$3 to $3.75; Tendergreens, $2.50 to court of Leon County, and that I:to address a large body of voters

$85.889.95 the total revenue grow-I !$2.75, buyers wanted more. the bonds will soon be placed fc" assembled in a Democratic Rallyat

ers have obtained from their berry The first carload of Irish potatoes ; sale on the market. I J i Bradford High School Stadium.

plantings this season. Although :> I was loaded with 600 fifty-lb. "5 Tentative plans noMorgan: i Sponsored by the Bradford

admittedly not a good year, it : sacks this week with heavy volume said calf lor sending out bids i County Democratic Executive

ii has brought growers about $9,000 expected starting next week. about the middle of May, and.;Committee, the rally was an attempt -

: more than last season. A few pole beans were also oni I i opening the bids some time inj|I to generate interest in this
off-year election in the
| face of
Judd reports that string beans the' I June i I Statewide
( predictions of
a light
are coming to market in light j No. 1 squash brought $1.15 to' The school building program I Iot jvote next Tuesday.

volume, and that Red Bliss pota- $1.25 on a bad market; about 300 which over half will be spent j j Few if any clear-cut issues arose

toes will be marketed in light hampers were sold. Nettles expects I on colored schools, calls for a'from the speeches and most candidates -

volume in a week or ten days. that the squash market may gymnasIUm. band arid choral used only a fraction of

Crop conditions are reported good. i improve.i room at Bradford High Schbol, ;their allotted ten minutes.
-Polaroid I. [jnute Photos by the Telegraph- Members of Bojs of Woodcraft recehed their official 1lO'cap&I and
Sweet corn, pepper field peas and i i The new loading ramp will be eight primary classrooms and I Most interest centered in the

lima beans will be ready about':completed within a few days. h:? at the regular meeting Tuesday afternoon in the WO.W hall. The, a cafetorium for the Starke pri-,peeches of the two candidates

Work on the widening of South Walnut St. (t'. S. 301) began in the last week in May with heavy said; paving in the market area caps were given in recognition of their reciting the Conservation L mary school. :for Circuit Judge, who were last
earnest this week as oak trees were felled and the job of breaking up: volume expected in June. ; is also on its way to completion. 't ti .i Pledge and the Ten Commandments of Rifle Safety. Pictured abate Thirteen new class.-ooms, in-Jon I! the program.

present concrete area in front of service stations was started. Top i! i]I eluding a library and science Circuit Judge George L.
Several buyers are now making ;, are: George Elder. Thomas Harley, J. E. Thornton, Jimmy Higgen- classroom Patten.

scene shows bulldozing operation in front of the Epperson home antflower : preparations to operate at the Three Youths "1'1 botham Billy Flake, Jimmy Thornton, Mathew Griffis Dojce Griffis, offices and showrr facilities,'who was appointed in May 1953

lew shows "ton rulhlng rig operating in front of Anderson's :, Starke Market Judd reported Jerome Griffis, Bobby Newman, Michael Sapp, Billy Carter, Jimmy will be built at the RJK (colored) I l late to fill A. the Z. unexpired term of the
In Court High School. I Adkins, made effect-
I an
Mayor's A
; five-room
Garage. 1 Among the buyers are Tommy' ;,: Bagwell, and George Petrusky.PoUi.id I addition,'ive;i address in
Morris M. E. Brown, Bob Turner,, i Driver Charges -' II will be built for the colored at' he reviewed
: Leon i On 1-Miuule: Photo b> the Telegraph Lawtey Training School. i 1 his qualifications and experience.
Norman Luther
Accident Claims BUS Nine Plays and others. j I Mayor J. R. Wainwright's police. colored When this work ftcJities is completed,'judgeship j and urged in the Starke voters where to keep it has the

1 court Monday morning looked as] teaching will been
'I I Two Out Ot Three By-Pass UsAn be [ for 50 years by voting for
new or constructed
school j since 1949.
one spectator put it. "as if i him.

Fifth Victim BoOes Tonight was out". Three fuzzy-cheeked.,: ( Editorial) | His opponent. County Judge Wilbur -

For j youths appeared on charges oft t Christian Church :, F. Anderson of Bronson. re-

1 1's Ready I driving without a license and| It's been rather a quiet campaign for Bradford County as far i i iterated his published statement

The April 19 automobile collision Thursday night and Friday speeding. One offender who had.J visitations from candidates are concerned. ,,Dedication Set I that he would keep the office in

03 Highway 16 at Kings- night the Tornado baseball team <'District MeetHeld been picked up by the police for Acting Governor Johns of course. made his rousing kickoff i Starke if he were elected.. He

lev Lake has claimed its fifth will be playing at home. Palatka speeding last Friday and his here early in the campaign, and the home folks didn't expector For Sunday I:voiced a belief that his years of
j license taken at the time, : |experience as a county judge -
last week away qualIfied
( over from )
victim. Maroons were here Thursday night want him to spend any mort of his valuable time here after
was caught driving again on Sun- him for the higher position
Four white men were killed in- for a return engagement and rI r The Tornado track team is that than he had to. It wasn't necessary, and they had ratherhe :I A dedication service for the'! State Representative Doyle E.

rtantly in the head-on crash. Bolles will be making their second I i rearing the close of the season I day. be off in fields where __work is needed. : new First Christian Church build.;Conner spoke briefly, thanking the
I ordered two of the ,
here with only the district meet left. Wainwright
Three days later injuries proved appearance Friday night. But Starke and Bradford Ccunty have been singularly neg- ing will be herd Sunda afternoon I i voters of the county for their endorsement -
J ,
The two teams have split even in I This comes up next Friday. with I youths to obtain their drivinglicenses I '
fatal to James Lindsay Mitchell time lected by the other two candidates. Of course, they knew there at 3 o'clock. Rev. Homer S\\ n-' in returning him to office -
their meetings so far. 'the State meet slated the following within a specified :
j 25 year old Negro sailor whose was little hope of garnering votes here, but still and all, it : dall of Martin, Ky., a former'I | reviewing some
and back to him, or Police ,
The Tornadoes have a good I Saturday at the University of report f of the major legislation
horn* address is Wilmins on, N.C. .' ; pastor of the church here, will enacted at
chance to bring their season's* Florida. i j i Chief Thornton, and in the other might have been courteous for them to have stopped to "pass I. i the last session.
died in the JacksonvilleNAS preach the dedication
record up to the halfway mark: i i the case he took the license away for, the time of day." Governor Johns spoke at least once in San- sermon. He Acting Governor
hospital where he was taken Yesterday trackmen tookpart I ;! will be assisted by Rev. J. E- Charley E.
following the early morning ac- this weekend. As of now. it: j in the annual East Florida 30 days. i iI | ford and several times, we believe, in Tallahassee, the home Sherwood. present pastor. 'Johns was represented by Mrs.

c'dent. Mitchell was the driverof stands at four wins and six losses i Conference meet held at Deland. I I I Later in stressing the fact: I towns of his opponents. ;] The Christian Church was : Johns who spoke briefly m be-

one of the cars involved in the Saturday 'night Coach Hurst will]I The host team, Seabreeze and..the? ;,! that traffic violations seem to be ; In fairness, let us say that Odham did make a few pop calls : started here in 1881 at the old I half of her husband's candidacy

accident. I take his team to Green Cove j locals l were thought to be the getting worse all the time, the here before, we believe it was ruled that Johns would be : Orange College, under the leaderShip The audience, many of whom re-
Springs for and Mayor stated that in the of!j ,mained in their cars, was intent
a game Tuesday case
Charles Fields and William i strongest teams in the conference eligible to run. But we haven't seen hide nor hair of Senator of Prof. G. P. Young. A.
night Gainesville High will be here I the three youths he thought the'' ,and serious as it listened carefully -
Thompson both of Starke and Thursday of ]last\ weekthe locals1 i Collins and it's so near the deadline now that we could charter was issuedto the church to the
for speeches, well
8 aware thatjjjffljnty
aft p.m. game. trouble was coming from "a lack
Mriouslv Injured in the smash-up ., The baseball season is way past ,took part in tKe Fletch'er invitational i of proper supervision at home". hardly expect a visit at this late date. \\\n\ 1884 and a buildbg erected. wide voting on offices inlolher

along with five other persons are the halfway mark and the con- meet held at the beach I The question naturally comes to mind if these two can- I The first service in the new build districts brings a new re.

st'll in Alachua General Hospital. ferencj tourney is coming next i school. Fletcher won the meet I I didates are so negligent.of Bradford County now when they ling was held in :May 1953. [sppnsibility to voters. In one dis..

.. .Gainesville. .Fields, who sustained weekend. Bradford was luck up and I with 59 points; Leon pf Tallahassee Wildlife Show 0 are Peeking votes what might be our fate if (as hardlseems j I public is Invited to join I1 I trict for example, instead of electing -
a fractured pelvis and several ,drew ] was second with 34. and i with the congregation in the objServance -i iI t! only a school board member
a bye in the northern division likely now) one of them should be elected?! ...
broken ribs. Is said to be recover first round games. They will play Bradford 1 and Seabreeze tied for I Here Next WeekBradford I of this dedication ]I I this year the voters there will have

ing satisfactorily. Thompson's recovery third place with 33 each. A total I ;Ii I:a "say-so" in electing-. four nffl.
winner of the 1 -
is slower due to the fact Ketterlinus- ,of 13 schools were entered. I I i!cials in other parts pf the county.
Palatka game Thursday night at school'children 1 Fish Mystery
that hi!!? Injuries were more critical 8 o'clock in St. The Tornadoes were in second i County Anderson Sells Currie Elected I The speakers for the most part
Augustine. The and adults too, will be given a :
including a punctured lung, winner spot up to the last event. but lostit 'I I I emphasized' the difficulty of getting -
Af the
Thursday nigh:! first-hand view of Florida's wilo At I II
as well as broken pelvis and all I when Leon took a third place Kingsley I to see each voter in person,
? \\ill'meet the winner of the animals, birds fish and reptiles 1 and seemed
ribs broken. 1! southern division Seabreeze fourth and the local! j Garage PropertyProperty Head Of LegionC. I glad to have a large
Friday after I.i when a $20,000 exhibit will be group assembled. Each candidate
1 The collision occured about 6 i a fifth place in the mile relay. It I i Someone, sometime, somewhere
at 3:30
. noon in Sanford for the shown to the public here next ''did a good job in presenting the
when driven Johntt'nry Ribbons awarded to the j i ;i on Kingsley Lake. somehow killed
am. a car by I, conference championship.The were case for himself
j Monday through Thursday. i ; later an official
] Walker. Starke. traveling, sub-group tournament for'i first five places in each event.:.' The exhibit will be shown in'' transfers totaling S. Partin, Commander of 'some fish! I(said "they all did fine."

the old Blandinp road" (Highway the district finals starts on May: Bradford's spring medley relav this county through the courtesy,: about $54,750 occurred in Bradford American Legion Post 56, an- This cryptic statement is the I I The offices and candidates, in

16) toward the Jacksonville 13. BHS again drew a bye and team composed of Reddish Fe of the Florida Game & Fresh j I County recently. Following are, nounces that the new slate of of- only way the recent purported dynamiting -j the order in which they spoke, follows -

r-'aval Air Station attempted to' will play the winner guson, Martin and Moore, won the some of the sales, with the amount ficers for is '; :
of the BoUt'sBishop j Water Commission. For the first 1955 as follows: i of fish at the lake can ,
pass a car driven bv Frank Harten. only first place and; took second County Commissioner
Kenney game on May 1''Bat time in history a full-blooded (I II shown being that indicated by Lamar Currie. Post Commander |be stated. District
Ga'nesvllle' and met headona 1 Bradford Park. j;i nlace in the 880-yard relay. Jimmy ; ; N< one knows exactly ;i Two: E. L. Crawford Ewell Lawson -

vehicle operated by Mitchell i ina 1 :j''Reddish picked up 5 1-2 points to \ Florida Everglades panther will I tax stamps on deeds filed in the John Godwin 1st Vice Commander !where, when or how it happened, 1 i L. L. Renfroe; County Com
Last be included l in the I '
Friday night Ketterlinus exhibit
shattering crushing wreck. '', be Bradford's high scorer. but courthouse.A. :; ; Charlie Schaeffer, 2nd Vice ,and most important of all, no one missioner District Four. Gerald
handed that ,
the Tornadoes 13-5 is pulled by
de- a highpoweredtractor.
Three Starke residents. and one feat. a 'i, Fereu' on. Moore and Martin W. & Myrtle Ruth Anderson -: Commander; T. C. Hazen Jr.1' knows the identity of the culprits. i Adkins. Jessie R. Chastain Henry
The seven'
locals It will
collected also include
a pair B. Hinson
of Lawtey. John Henry Walker hits against Ketterlinus' eight pushed him with 4 1-2 noints each.Next i of seldom seen Everglades Cara- I ,, Bradford County, to Station Finance Officer: John Grew, Chap- Game and Fresh Water Fish ; District One; ,County H. C. School Board
week Coach Hobbs Kelly,
Willis Dempsey.Samuel: Melson and Cullen Jack Edward A. hits, but 'errors committed by the be out for places rather than 5'' cara birds. .Development Corp., Chicago; An- :,' larn; X. M. Smith, Historian; I. E. [,Commission officials investigated I!j Norman, Dan W. Starling; County

McSwain. respectively were killed 1 Tornadoes upped the score for total points as the first four! The 32-foot exhibit containing derson's Garage and filling station ;i!Clark, Sergeant at Arms; A. J. j[when a fishing camp operator a1,School Board District Three, Stafford -

instantly in what was described' Ketterlinus. Elder. Akridge, and places in each event will qualify : 19 cages of animals and birds, as on South Walnut Street, Starke, Thomas, Jr., Service Officer; II I'week ago notified them that "quite L. Crews, H. C. Douglas, A L.

by officials as the worst accident Buck each collected two hits and for the state meet. i well as three tanks of Florida $15,000. ,Major: Harry Hatcher, Adjutant; I a few dead fish" all sheUcrackers! Green, Etha A. Sapp; County

seen in "two million miles of Jackson got one. Edwin Johns Following is a summary of Bradford's I-i fish and poisonous snakes, will be i:I' William K. and Johnie Hansen. and Gene Long, Assistant Adju- i had washed up on shore. Game School Board, District Five, H. A.

started on the mound for the in charge of Don Carroll, famous[f fi Starke to Wilford J. and Carrie I i Commission biobgists examined Lawson, T. T. Long.
patrol work. points in the Fletcher invitational tant.Five
locals but was relieved by PaulRivers meet i wildlife expert who hails from I!E. Peterson. Staike: about two delegates and five alter- i the fish and reported that they had i A. J. Thomas, Jr., presided over
In addition to Fields and Thomp in the fourth I been killed by a series of he
after dynamite
inning 'the Everglades section. acres located 301 nates were elected to the State i meeting and introduced the
on Highway I
five others injured 100-yard dash Reddish, 5th. i blasts. First
son. were -
seriously giving seven hits and I reports aft to the speakers.
up seven Department Convention :
j The Bradford County schedule north of Starke: 2000. to be held
and place. I Quantity of fish
hospitalized. runs. destroterl.: 5.000
for this | F. and in St. Petersburg. May $1-23.
outstanding exhibit includes Benj. Florence C. Frye. ,Ibs.,
Florida Highway Patrolmen at 800-yard!! run r Furlong, 3rd are believed now to have been
I I showing at Bradford High ,, Starke to Wilford J. and Carrio.E. The new officers will be installed somewhat Rotarians Hear
tributed the fatal accident to
| Truck Driver i 1 School and R. J. E. High School Peterson, Starke: plot less May 25.Junior. state law BHS
"excessive speed" and "failure to :Mile run Tracey Jones, 5th provides a maximum MusiciansA
yield the right of way" on the Is Accused place. I'j on :May 3: Lawtey Junior High.; than one acre located on Highway penalty of a $600 fine or a year in

Lawtey colored school Heilbronn ,,,301 north of Starke, 3250. j prison for of "sneak
anyone convicted
part of the driver attempting to' Of | 180-yard hurdles Strickland. I preview" of "HMS
Excess NoiseA 3rd place. Springs school and Wateroak j j J. W. Willard, Bradford County throwing or exploding dynamite or Pinafore" was presented at the

pass. 'School on May 4; Lincoln City, to Gerald O and Hilda White. To any other explosive in state waters Rotary Club
truck thundered by the court High jump Clark and Har- Play Sunday Wednesday by mem-
house rington ((4-way tie for second)I. school, Hampton white school and:Jacksonville; lot plus 12-acre1 I for the purpose of killing fish. i i hers! of the BHS Glee Club who
Carl Ward Rites Tuesday morning, causing Hampton colored school on May 5; tract in Mt. Pleasant section ot Law abiding fishermjn in this will produce the popular Gilbert
an "excessive and unusual noise". 8S0-yard relay 2nd place The Junior
of BHS will area are
School and Brooker Silver Lake; $2,000. outraged by this indiscriminate and Sullivan
in violation of the traffic code. (Reddish Ferguson, Martin, and. operetta at the USO
Set For Saturday ,\i Moore colored school on May 6. I E. T. and Margaret Prevatt to present a concert in the city parkon slaughter of fish. One on May 1.8.Principals.
Fate Brown deputy sheriff. ar- ) Church Street Sunday afternoon of them points out that. j
Other animals exhibited will in- Brevard Contractors Inc.. Jacksonville Kingsley of the cast
: were
rested driver Wilkie Spring medley rela.t 1st ; Lake pre.
truck Troy at 3:30 o'clock. The public I was stocked with 15,000
Carl Ward. :i9, native of Bradford ,. Gastonia N. C., for having an place (Reddish Ferguson. Mai tin. clude Florida black bear, deer, I i : about 56 acres in western is cordially invited. shellcrackers just a few sented by Mrs. Vivienne Knight,

County and longtime rail improper muffler and broughthim and Moore). ,( wildcats, squirrels, foxes oposs. :! part of city near Highway If'I \!): I I years ago. i j school vocal instructor and sang

ums, rattlesnakes 20000. ,: several of the most familiar

about road noon employee Wednesday died while suddenly on' Yawn.before County Judge TheronA. i i Negro SupervisorTo quail, wild geese, ducks moccasins, and alli- 'I I'I Unis F. Leslie to John D. ana Farmer Needs i Only Four Violators i:; bers from the loved operatta.num-

gators. :} Marie Patterson and Singleton E. Out Preceding the Glee Club
No Permit To Of 35,000A presentation -
construction work just south of Wilkie protested that he had a :
Be ReleasedAfter There is no admission charge. .' and Hazel C. McKay Keystone i the High School Band's Trio
Starke. but
good muffler on the truck.
; Heights: about ISO acres in the Own Produce recent check of polire records Brass Sextet, and Clarinet Trio
j jI
apparently the noise his truck had I
Mr. Ward whose
home was at hearing a!! sides of the Keystone Heights area: $12.500. shows that during one week there i played several numbers in a cred-
518 West 24th St. in Jacksonville, made still echoed in the courthouse I Does a farmer need :
case the Bradford County School Tryout May 6 a permit were four cases of "running the itable manner under the guidanceof
had retired from the railroad atone for he was ordered to post or license to sell
Trustees did not recommend the anywhere in red light" at the school band director Gay Rimert
i Funeral 'I zone in
time, but went back to work a bond of $25.Masonk re-appointment of L. Ann Humes For Talent ShowI i Friday I i Florida the produce he raises?! I Starke. ,! The program was in charge of

about a month ago. He had been supervisor of colored schools in For F. W. Johnson !II! This question bobbed up again I II I In view of the seriousness of the L. H. Gibson.Cattlemen. .

employed by the Seaboard AirLine Meeting the course 'of a meeting with I befor County Judge Theron A. work of '
for than 30 and ; I Tryouts for the forthcoming i Fred W. Johnson, 39. a residentof Yawn this week, when protecting the lives ot
more years parents and teachers at the R. J. a colored our school children. Notice
was a pile driver engineer at Held Monday E. (colored) High School last I| Talent Show, being sponsored by Waldo. died on April 18. man Charlie Williams. asked the In there should .

the time of his death. Thursday night. the Starke Lions Club will be : Mr. Johnson who was born at judge about it. Williams askedit theory, be no violations at all. j ji i A regular business meeting of
Four candidates conferredthe held at the usa i! But some mention must I be made the
were building Tuesday Lawtey, was a carpenter foreman. Bradford County Cattleman's
Mr. Ward was born in Brookeron The colored school supervisoris in reference to selling his berries -
the motorists
Entered Apprentice degree by night. May 6, beginning at 6:30 and member of the Baptist who obey traffic I i Association will be held tonight
April 11, 1895, the son of the scheduled to be released at the a in another county. ;laws.
Junior Warden Gene Long, assisted o'clock. Church. He married Miss Geneva ; (Friday) at the Lions Den. according -
late Philip and Julia Pinholster end of the current school term. i The Judge issued a certificate i Traffic counts have shown thaL'
by Jack McComb Senior The Talent Show will be Youngblood Feb. 10. 1934. to County Agent George
Ward. He was a member of the due to a consolidation program. pre- free of charge. to Williams which
on an average about 5,000 vehi-
Warden. and Ben B. Rowland. )i sented May 14 and proceeds will1' Survivors inciJde his mother. I Hugging Pat Miller will b'chainnan
New River Baptist Church the states that Williams is a resident cles travel Temple Avenue (U. S !'
Junior Warden at regular meetIng be Johnson: of the committee.
a used in the Lions Club eight.,, Mrs. Florence Prescott supper
Brooker Masonic Lodge and Morocco Bradford Coram Elected grower of Bradford County and ,,301). ) daily. That means tha. |
Monday of the conservation program.NonSupport I: tour children, Anna Jean, Fred
Temple in Jacksonville. He therefore exempt from the regulaj i j i: about 35,000 motorists a week. I
Lodge 35 F & AM with Worshipful District Commander W. Jr., Tommy and Wayne: four
was a veteran of World War I. I tions which control brokers peddlers -, Only four violations out ot ''. NOTICE
: Master Robert Barksdale pre- sisters Mrs. Grover Rhodes. >: I

Surviving are his stepmother. siding. Burwin Hollifield Ionic Bill Coram. member of the Charge I, Tampa, Mrs. Ancel Norman, :, and commission men. 25,000 speaks highly for the vast:; TO VOTERSVoters

Mrs. Nannie Ward of Jacksonville: ;Lodge 101, Jacksonville gave the Jones-Langford-White Post 56. ;Faced In Court I i Starke. Mrs. M. L. Holcomb, Delaware '' ,i i majority who observe caution:J

three half-brothers. Orville Wardof i lecture: Past Master P. M. Barefoot .. American Legion was elected 4th i and Mrs. David Plunkett .Council MeetingIs when passing a school zone. i iI i desiring transportation -

Miami and T. P. and E. R.', gave the charge. j I I District Commander at a district -i Charged with non-support of his: of Baxley. Ga. I I Postponed I I to and from the polls OB

Ward of Wildwood: and three j The membership was advised..i meeting last weekend at wife and ten children Roy John-i', Services were held last Friday:: j Glee Club Plans i j I Tuesday, May 4, are requestedto

half sisters. Mrs. Stella Walden Dunnelon and Rainbow :: son. who lives on Bayless Highway Brooker. I II I contact the Charier Johns
ura g Springs. in Dedan Cemetery near iI i j All Starke citizens who plan i I'H.M.S. PinaforetI i ij
and Misses Florins and Jodie, 1v '01 **K 'JC puoK sq IIU1'! '! Bill Graham, Starke. and Sid is being held in the county I j I i I to attend the next meeting of the I I Campaign Headquarters at the

Ward, all of Jacksonville. Martin. Hawthorne, namedas jail. Nine of the children are of i j ji rear of the Florida Bank at
.13aw 131.-aU attL !.z1r13I; 3N.uS q were i I Elks To Meet J[City Council are advised by Chair-j j Mrs. Vivienne Knight. vocal in-
Funeral services will be held at CU3.'tt. i1uamqsaJJaJ qvj alternate delegates to the national -i! school age.Johnson. ; ; man James A. Lewis structor at BHS, announces that Starke, In person or phone 220.

2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at urd ot::j!. 1* convention to be held in., wanted by the autnor- I|i The next meeting of B. P. O. E..!j ji [ meeting) will he held on Tuesday I j the Glee Club will present the Give your name and address

the New River Baptist Church I ppq[ ;)Q o; anutiuoo* lu.3u!: Xep 1 Washington. D. Cin August. ;jities for some time, last reported,ii i Lodge 1802 will be held Monday, May 11, 8 p.m. at the city hall I Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, and the time whfn, you wish to

Burial will be in the church ceme- -uj upea ppq 'sSurjaatn a.:>!plud Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark were, | to be living in Jacksonville was,I Ii May 3, at 8 p.m. at the Lodge so as not to conflict with those J'i.. "HMS Pinafore" in the usa build- be picked op on election day.

tery under the direction of DeWitt 1! 'nrd g IB aq ustnuoui imr.3etfl i winners of an all-expense-paid ; apprehended by the sheriff's department -- home, with Robert Green, Exalted interested in the election returns ing, May 7-8. Performances will Johns Campaign Hdqrs.

I C Jones Funeral Home. 2uunp awn Suijwoi air) 18tH."'weeken4 fishing trip to Dunnelon 1 at his home this week. Ruler, presiding. on Tuesday night. 'begin at 8 p.m.


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E. L MATTNEWS HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS .Mae ,Bryant, :Mrs. Margaret I El '._ __ -' = -'-'. .=_ :,::'- : .--,:., C.: :__. .-:=_-. :=__. ;:..-" _'.' .:. 4 .
The following patients were ad- Young all of Starke; Mrs. J. A.
mitted to Doctor's Clinic Hospital Williams, Mrs. Ena Nazworth,
COUNTY !?!! !f EDITOR during the past week: Mrs. Louise .I Hampton; Mrs. W. F. Bell, Max- i
I Hernandez. Mrs. Nora Owen, Don i yule: Clifon Hatcher. Middle- BIG SPRING SAVINGS SALE !
TELEGRAPH I Hillendahl Mrs. LoiS Thigpen,.'burg: Miss Janice Hood Daytona
I Miss Hazel Greene. Mrs. Carrie Beach Mrs. J. H. Mott Brooker.
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every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida under ., -- ,- -. .. -- .- ---- -- -. -- -.' I
the Act of March 3, 1879. j

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It has been repeatedly forecast in various stake in Tuesday's election, in addition to : IS QUALIFIEDBY :::
parts of the state that there will be a light having a native son candidate for Governor. PREVIOUS EXPERIENCETwo
vote on May 4. We hope the forecasters are Another local man, Circuit Judge George L. Terms as School Board --
mistaken for, although this is an off-year Patten, will be on the ticket seeking a full I Member $'/////*,,_
election, it is a decidedly different "off-year", term in the office to which he was appointed M 'ii' ,
what with the Governorship of Florida one last May. Judge Patten is now filling out I ; _, ,.l il- Progressive Farmer Veteran Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat May 1
of the offices at stake. the unexpired term of the late Judge A. Z. I ,1t. '. w of World War I Graduate of
We cannot speak for all of Florida but Adkins. of F 9 years business ad Stokely's Finest Yellow Cling '

'we do believe and sincerely hope that the The office of Circuit Judge has been i : ..,I.U as manager Starke
light vote forecast for next Tuesday will not located in Starke for more than 50 years and I Builders SuppliesI N 2 Can

apply to Bradford County. We have re- contributes not only to the prestige of our BELIEVE IX and will WORK FOR a prol't""sl&hool PEACHES E S :27CStokelyaFinest

peadedly pointed out in recent weeks that town and county but also is an important System for the entire County. Adequate Pay for Teachers and :
voters here have a greater obligation to go factor in its economy. During the course of Employees. !Safe' Transportation. Elimination of hazard of
to the polls in this election than ever before.It the year hundreds of out of town visitors school children .
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crossing 5. from high school to USO
is generally conceded that Bradford are brought here on business before the -
County's candidate for Governor. Charley E. court. Many of them remain for days or AS building.SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS are elected by ALL the Votersof RANGE E JUICE J '6-% 21 C
Johns, is still out in front in the guberna- even weeks, and patronize our local business the I
County regret that it will be impossible for me to get
torial sweepstakes and most observers believehe establishments during their stay here.
around and see each and every one in person. Therefore, I willapprt''jate
will be top man in the first primary. Of course, Judge Patten's opponent has
it if you will accept this message from me as a National Brands
This viewpoint is backed by the latest
stated in advertisements and on the stump personal request for your Vote and Support in the IafI
issue of Abram's political poll which shows that he "will keep the office in its present Primary. 11-% '
Johns with 45 per cent of the vote, Leroy location" if he is elected but the question CORNED BEEF F -- 31C
Collins with 34 cent, and Brailey Odham
per naturally arises that when we have a Yours Sincerely Stafford L. CrewsPd. .
21 per cent. Abram claims a high percentageof good Circuit Judge why change?

accuracy in his forecasts of other elec A third reason why Bradford Countians j .. ,. (. ._Pol.. .Adv..) I IG II Donald DuskMAYONNAISE
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tions. :'\- __ _- -. .- -, _- __ '. .__. 'P _. __ _._. ..-
should turn out at the next i .n
polls en masse
ing Says in 235 Abrams towns :and"Governor cities plus Johns rural is routes lead- Tuesday is that for the first time this year 'I'I'I -< I S E ,, 49C
each voter will have the opportunity to express -,
45 cent of the total vote today,
and has per
his choice in race on the ballot. ];
and has gained five per cent in 30 days. He every \\ @ U ((3
is leading his nearest opponent by 93,500 Voting for School Board members has been !i I You Can't Bake Wrong With
for several and recent

votes.Charley There Johns is is leading no doubt and if that he could Governor lead ruling countywide voting by for the County Florida Commissioners Supreme years Court a on placed the I LM\&[ 13 d@ID] t HUE-RITE E E 1 Lb Can 69C

Duval he J
and Hillsborough plus
IP big Dade same basis countywide. This action has FOR EXAMPLE A MILLION t
win in the first primary.
COULD confident pic- greatly increased the responsibility of the JOBS IN THE HORSE AND .,. ., .,.. ., ,. .,_ .., ... .
Although Abrams paints a individual voter. He now has the opportunity BUGGY BUSINESS WERE Q I -"" ---- ", -", ,-.. '- C'4 '' '"-'''' '--' ,""" -'-;;,,,' '-o.: '- ." -'.."'"---",, _,-'...-_'- :;:; __:_--,-,-_J'- _. -' "'_" h--.''
Johns, elections have
Candidate more
ture for
to help elect ALL county officials not REPLACED BY AN ESTIMATED
been lost by over-confidence than have been just those in his own district. e,500OOO NEW JOBS IH I
won by it. The surest way to defeat any MILKcEDVEAL SALE !
man is for his friends and supporters to beer The steady growth of Bradford Countyis MAKING, SELLING AND j
me so confident that they stay away from reflected in the fact that registration hereis SERVICING AUTOMOBILES! j I II
That is why it is now at the highest peak in history -
the polls on election day.
that Bradford Coun- 5,219. That is a figure to be proud of I Lb
of such vital importance
ty poll its largest vote in history next Tues- but it could become a figure to be ashamedof. :'BY HELPING US TURN OUT -- Y I LOIN L I CHOPS S 19C
set the in Florida for It would be a figure to be ashamed of if II
should ADD
day. We pace MORE WORKMACHINES, jv. I II
only 50 60 cent of the voters should .
who or per ----
voters actually --
the percentage of qualified TO OUR STRENGTH AND PROSPERITY.Banking ,
ballot. turn out at the polls next Tuesday.It E Op h > nt.7 I Lb
cast their
We believe that the interest is here and was apparent during the registration j RIB CHOPS S -- S9Cj
This that interest in the candidacy of
that there will be a good vote. was period
in the United States has been the
evidenced by the surprisingly good crowd Acting Governor Johns was a contributing con j -
that turned out for the ;Democratic rally here factor to the heavy list of new registrationsin stant and helpful companion of industry all Lb

Tuesday night. 'In spite of reports from this county. Many, obviously. were during its period of development and great : SHOULDERCUTLETS CHOP S 49CI
other Florida localities that folks were no registering primarily in order to be able to growthWE I
longer truning out for political rallies, there vote for Governor Johns. Since that is true, .
was an encouraging audience at the stadium we predict a good vote in Bradford County Lb------ I Ij
Tuesday night to greet the candidates. This next Tuesday and consider that it would bea INVITE YOU TO USE OUR BANKING SERVICE I S 89C

in spite of the fact that it was strictly a fine thing if we could set a record for .
"local" affair with none of the statewide polling a greater percentage of our qualifiedlist eFLORIDA j ,
candidates scheduled to appear. than any other county in Florida. How --- -
Bradford County has another important about it? I Lb

r myymmYYnon Dobbs of Ocala. :Monday they I seated themselves on the spacious I (/j BANK at,STARKE
spent in Pierson visiting Mr. and I lawn and ate cake, ice cream and )
FARM Mrs. Jim Jones. I j fruit punch. Each child received I For Stew Lb
STATE I Member Florida National
Mrs. Willie Knight entertained favors of balloons and candy. Group I VEAL BREAST 19C

.AA.. ... recently with a birthday party' Mrs. J. B. Caldwell received i !
honoring her grandson word of the death of her brother.
Willie Knight 7 of Baldwin.I I .' <'' ,,,'" .,...- ', ": '.
Mrs. : < > ,
Mr and Craig Johnson age Jim Wilson of Ocala early this ;; ;;; :" ;J'-.f-: :'''':;:< -c."X; ::r"-r"' "" ;'':.o ';:: ;: : ;::- -;; c <:: ,: '
spent Saturday and Sunday in About 25 guests enjoyed the party week. Thursday Mrs. Caldwell and I i II
Belleview with Mr. and Mrs. Otis I with Wendell and after several son, J. G. Caldwell and wife will I
Del Monte FruitCOCKTAIL
Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Paul I contests and games the children, motor to Ocala to attend the i I

funeral services. DOES YOUR RANGE No 303 Con
Milo Seigler and son. Mike.
FOR SCHOOL BOARD, DIST. ONE accompanied journeyed to by Jacksonville Bryan Whitfield Saturday -!i HAVE THIS WONDERFUL

I and saw "Muggs" in person I "A" Fla. Ga. Dressed & Drawn
Vote For the famed chimpanzee of the Dave II Magic Chef FEATURE?
Garroway Show on television.Mrs. .

94 DAN W. STARLING by. Francis. Albert spent Yarbrough Monday and with ba-1| FRYERS Whole Lb ,:39C Cut-upLb 43cI

her father-in-law E. J. Yar I I
He will see that you get the most brough.Mr. II I io
-' for you taxpayer's dollar in better and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and I I Morrell's Yorkshire .
schools for our boys and girls. four children of Fernandina Beach |
and Mrs. T. C. Edwards of Law- I Lb

L f117 i l (Pol. adv. paid for by Dan W. Starling) Wainwrights.tey spent Sunday with the L. L I SLICED S BACON 69C

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwii
recently celebrated their 30th Select Fancy Sliced
Wedding Anniversary on Easter
Stop rusty Sunday and were happy to have Lb
>tit their children present, ex- BEEF LIVER 39C

ept Peggy. ,
MicromtO Mi and Mrs. P. s. Crews spent .
r1r i Monday in La Crossee with Mrs
.r iiid family. Mrs. Shaw is muh j I' FRESH CORN

improved after a lengthy illnessMr ,, 4
and Mrs. V. X. Geiger of
I i.. ksonville spent Friday withMf FANCY

Geiger's parents, Mr and TENDER 6 Ears Z9c
S t \i"- J M. Bradley.

I / MACAU IIM. Singing ConventionThe -


Convention will meet Sunday. May need to watch the clock in oven preheating -
A.J<*" 2, at Bayless Highway Baptist just watch the "magic -
Church. There oven-!ye." This little jewel glows red O :
From where I sit Joe will be an all-day when the oven is up to temperatureyour a RUSO Red Ripe
.. fy Marsh service with dinner on the Grard-'
dependable baking signal I
4 1Ip1Llb grounds. Everyone interested in prize results every time. ( .
singing is invited. Yours txcluiively with the 1953 Magic STRAWBERRIES 4 Cons 99CI
So They Stopped Chtf gas range. '

TOTAL ,/ i I I I

Baiting Each Other Cash Price 348.95 1 Pint SUPERBRAND

If you want to hear a real than a couple of ounces! Then r DID Old Range 33.95 I,
hassle listen to Cob James :and over a friendly glass of beer,they
Whitey Baker on trout fishing allowed as how maybe they were 315Completely.00 :
sometime. You'd think it wumore both right which is how so YDU4KN0w SUPERBRANDMargarine
important than atI,'/tj'g. many arguments should end. I

Cob favors dry flies. Whitey From where I sit, life would bea Installed With
pooh-poohs anything but wet whole lot pleasanter if we all LI:RO"' fOLI.INS poB orrd wraaarr
flies. Cob swears by a Fan-Wing respected one another* ..,,',1on1 to .rrralr 1837. far Stale additional Martrtlojc riprrimrat Authority. i One Cylinder Gas FREE : 2 Lbs 39cFresh
Royal Coachman; Whitey won'thear whether about trout flios, or Motion .01 other agricultural im.pro.eme.la I
of anything but Silver Doc- having a glass of beer, or v'otiig.
tor. And so it goes-they can't After all a person has s ri'M to I
even versus get bamboo together rods.on steel rods follow: his ow n Line of thin'in: :. CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & FOR SALE

from But Fox on Saturday Creek with,each a catch got back that c9 v X11(4. APPLIANCE CO. -
couldn't have differed by more 149V Call St Starke Fla. AND POTTED PLANTS .

Copyright,J9JJ t/iutaJ Stales Srtitcrt an.i.llwl&; !,q,1 ri:., e--\ Tr.- : .Q.t;: ,"i' ('_ ,'jj c; :'= "'oJY.; }{f1;., :;rI..Y; ;. _. .' .
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4t ter, Mrs. G. W. Roberts last week.j spent the weekend with his mother ored with a birthday dinner; by above named Court and cause and the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB ed by you. Dated this 21 day of April, 1954.
yyyyyyyyyyy y yyyyyyy Duby
SEAL Charles .A.
I you are required to serve a copy of or before the ThIs notice shall be publishedonce II(
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harley and I I'II Mrs, Joyce T. Futch. his family. :Mr. and Mrs. Tom your answer or pleading to the 24 day of May 1954; each week for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court I
'children spent the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkerson, Casey and Mrs. Seeber Andrews complaint on the Plaintiffs otherwise the allegations! of said weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ET Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
% 'II I Attorney Holh V. Knight, Complaint will be taken as confe!..- graph. 4/23 4; : 14
her sister, Mrs. J.V.. Edwards, |:Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mrs. JoyceT. were present to help celebrate. I :Starke:; Florida .
and family in Deland. i Futch, Miss :Mary Julia Futch Charles Tatum of Boynton and tile the on groat in tne office ol
by L. II. Patch Mrs. Effie Howe and son, Char- j!Fred Coleman and son, Bobby, and Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I*the r before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

AAAAAAAA AAAAAAA..... A i les, of Miami were calling oil ''James I Starling attended the Sunday Roberts one night last week. Mrs. 26 day of May, 1954: ;
'I friends in Lawtey one day last I i School Rally at the Hampton Roberts is Mr. Tatum's sister. Complaint otherwise" the will allegations be taken! as confess of said FOR COOKINGV\ i HEATING AND FOR
Rev. J, V. Robinson
week. Charles has just completeda I Missionary Baptist Church Tuesday Spend-the-day guests of the H. ed by you. ,
icsburg, Ohio was calling in Law- term of enlistment with the U. i I! night of last week. E. Priest family last Sunday included This each notice week shall for four oe consecutive publishedonce

tey Robinson Sunday will be afternoon.remembered Rev.I: S. :Merchant Marine. I''I Miss Debbie Hiillips of Max- Mrs. Priest's father P. H. rraph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele I I PERFECT HOME HEAT. THE MODERN WAY.\ .
asa Mrs. Seeber Andrews of Jacksonville ville was dinner guest of her I Day, Mr. and :Mrs. G. R. Summerlin Dated this 16 day of April .1954. i t
former pastor of the local Methodist brother 0. J. I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darbj '
spent the weekend with Phillips, and family and son, Jack all of Jackson- I '
Church. He Clerk of the Circuit Court
was accom- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. I on Sunday. ville; and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest By Marian L. Cioeby, Deputy Clerk I I
panied by his daughter, Mrs. A- 14''
4/23 4t 5: ,
Moore. Mrs. D. B. Harley was elected) Williams and son of Lake City.
H. and Mr. also
HArley Harley; I
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Starling of I.| to the office of Grand Instructor Mr. Day is spending some time
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley of Starke. NOTICE TO APPEAR
Jacksonville were visiting the C. I for the District of the O. E. Sat with his daughter's family.A IB Circuit Court Bradford Coanty, I
The group were guests of Mrs. R. Whitehead family Thursday' residents Florida I. Cka.cery.Flossie ]
ja meeting of the Grand Chapter number of Lawtey
A. H. Harley Sr. during the aft 'I Lee Luclanelli, Plaintiff.,
I afternoon of last week. [which recently convened in Tam- attended the Confederate Memorial Albert Lucianelli, Defendant. I I
ernoon. Mrs. G. W. Durham of Jacksonville -;pa. service at Crosby Cemetery Case No. 10-468 :'.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner I >el Ire T AppearsTo
:and son Buff, of Westconnetwere accompanied by Mr. and I W. F. Moore who is currently I:I Sunday afternoon, with those who : Albert Luclanelli whose ret>i- [
Mrs. Mooneyhan of Whitehousewere I employed as manager of the' are members of the U. D. C. par- dence and address is: Unknown. 1
Sunday dinner guest of his You'are hereby notified that a,I
guests of Miss Elizabeth Terry | Farmers Market at Webster, was ticipating in the activities, suit for !
mother Mrs. Effie :Miner.:
Mrs. Pearl tvhitnell of Deland I Saturday. home with his family for the Mrs. H. B. Arwood left Satur- maiden name and restoration of I
was over-night guests of her sis Benton Futch of Gainesville weekend. On Sunday he was hon- day for a visit with relatives in has been filed against you in the i; 1LTh
in Georgia, Alabama above named Court and cause and
various points I
II you are required to serve a copy oft
and South Carolina. your answer or pleading to the complaint -,
I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas, Mr. on tile Plaintiffs Attorney
Gerald H Hart. 202 Smith Building
I and Mrs. Troy Bennett, Mr. and Jacksonville, Florida -
Mrs D. B. Harley and Mr. and and fur the original in the offloe of L \
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
|, Mrs L. P. Rafuse were among before the 24 day of May, 1954; _
] those from here attending funer- otherwise the allegations of said U
I will be taken as confessed
McSwain (
I al services for Cullen A. by you
I in Ft. :Myers on Wednesday of last I This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce

week. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-,
of graph.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris
Dated this 20 day of April 1954.
OUR GOVERNOR Jacksonville were Sunday after- (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby j
guests of her sister, "Mrs.; Clerk of the CircuU Cowl ,I :
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i I II I
D. B. Thomas, and family. 4/23 4tH ,

Acting' Governor Charley Johns believes that Florida's Mr. and Mrs. Johnny, Szarleta NOTICE TO APPEAR
Charley/ Johns ; Minimum Foundation Program is necessary .*. of Tampa arrived on visit Saturday with her of Florida la Circalt, IB Cart Cfcaaeerr., Bradford C....<,..

but I hot it does not go for enough. He opposed adoption last week for a Patricia :Shurling: Plaintiff, vs.
of the 1947 Minimum Foundation law because sister, Mrs. V. R. Reddish. 1 James Q. Shurling, Defendant. Is the Most Dependable, Most Economical Fuel.,
Minimumfoundation Reddish and Mrs. V. Case No. It-fll
Supports Mrs. B. E.
he felt that it was unconstitutional 01 well as in- Mrs.J. \.llee T. Appears
accompanied by
adequate. That law set up qualifications for citizens R. Reddish To: James Q. Shurling AD3. I
Godwin were in Jacksonvilleon hose residence and
G. address is:
seeking election as county school superintendents Saturday of last week. Mrs. Naval Testing Center Bo* 1, Johns-
which would have disqualified a majority of citizens the weekend ville, Pennsylvania SLADE GAS COMPANY
Reddish spent
from seeking the office of school superintendent. with B. E.her mother who is ill. suit You for are hereby notified mat a

and Divorce, custody and control ef
Program and "I' will never support legislation that would disfranchise Miss Ola Mae Phillips minor child

my people of the polls or disqualify any brother. Danny, spent the week- above has been filed against you In the lilt PAYS to TRADE with SLADE"PHONE
in named Court and
relatives cause ands I
citizen from seeking office, said Charley Johns in end with friends you are required to serve a copy of

Higher Pay casting his vote. The provisions of the law that he Gainesville.Mrs. entertainedwith 'complaint your answer on or pleading the Plaintiff'to the*I 121 STARKE, FLA.Let's .
questioned were later declared by the Florida G. W. Roberts Attorney T. Frank Landrum,
party at her home on Lake Starke, Florida.
Supreme Court to be unconstitutional. a I
for Teae h ers" Avenue honoring members of the and file the original In the office of- .
In 1953, Charley Johns was president of the Sen Eighth Grade of the Lawtey
ote. During the debate on teachers' pay raises he ior High School, from 8 to Jun-r'
left the rostrum and from the floor of the Senate Thursday evening of last

proposed an amendment to raise school teachers' Indoor games and contests were '

pdy by $450 a year, saying this was little enoughfor the order of the evening, after I Our Circuit
a learned profession. He was voted down. A which delicious refreshments of \I' Keep

$350-a-year pay raise was authorized but ice cream and cake were sf'rved.I
I many teachers have not yet gotten even this. Mrs. Roberts was assisted by Mrs. I

Mae Wells.
Charley Johns has been a fighting advocate of Roden and Mrs. I
higher for teachers, better schools, and better here I
pay Ruth Jones of Ft. Pierce are
\ school equipment and teaching aids for many years. for an extended visit with Mrs AT .HOME by-ELECTING Geo.

z .( His Legislative record bears this out. Roden's daughter Mrs. Margaret'

Florida needs; Charley Johns and his great end McSwain. Mrs. Jones is Mr. Mc- \

progressive AU-FLORIDA program. Support and vote Swain's mother.
for Charley Johns for Governor on May 4. Rev. E. W. Wilkerson and fami- .
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Starling and
children, Mrs. Joyce T. Futch "

Jerome Johns. Ceo. W. DondcfoU. Miss :Mary Julia Futch, TerryFutch J JI

Stole Conpoign Mgr Slate; Campaign' Tseos.Pad I I and Mr. and Mrs Fred I
1 Coleman and children attended
( I Politico! Ad JveMi eme nl) : revival services at Dedan Missionary
hi Baptist Church near I
Brooker Friday night of last week.

i All Florida Needs ;1'lIllA lf1.ll l"

: :"lI.l.- BAYLFJSS i HPvVAYby A" +

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Mrs. O. E. Crosby Of Bradford County


can'1- buy HomecomingThe

you Annual Homecoming!; of /?
Bayless Hiway Church will be ; CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED HIMSELF

held Sunday, May 2, at the j

: this nlowaprice p01N'erin o'clock church.delivered a Singing at short 11:30 will sermon a.begin m. will by at the be 10 -_ As Judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit ,..'

pastor, and lunch will be served'

at 1 p. m. Singing will be enjoyedin
oat her the afternoon. Everyone is invited For More Than Half A Century This Honored Office Has Been LocatedIn
any to attend church and bring

dinner.to Singers come and are help especially with the inVited The Bradford County Courthouse. It Means Much To Starke

car day singing.Large School crowd mass attended meeting the Sun-at And Bradford County To Have This Office Located Here -- Not Only

Hampton brought the last Thursday attendance night.banner We For Convenience But Also Because It Brings Many, Visitors Into Our

home with us.

J.__ .. '.w\V" _,- =p'MnMM0..m' 7P..k\TaN'e" :'" '"'@ __''a_au'''_are. _u_ n". '"_ '" 4 a.:::::oo.I ..---J":: :: "-:> I'I: was The held quarterly at Bayless B.Hiway T. U.church social Town A'n County Every Week It Is An Important Factor Contributing -

night. Chicken pilau
and Saturday all the trimmings were served. To The 'Economic Well-Being/ Of Our Community. Everyone Bene-

: Personal Items

j!I were Mr. dinner and Mrs.guests Harold of Harold's Crews fits By Having The Office Located In Bradford County.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Crews

Sunday. ,
Mr and :Mrs. Jimmy Crosby

t and her son Jimmy parents were Mr.dinner and guestsof Mrs JUDGE PATTEN was appointed in May 1953 To Fill The Unexpired Term of The

Lloyd Barry in Brooker Sunday Late Judge A. :Z. Adkins. He was appointed with the endorsement of his fellow At-

I, They Misses were Frances accompanied and Jackie home Barry by torneys of the Eighth Judicial Bar Association. They had confidence in his integrityand

who spent the night with them. I, ability, and his record during the eleven months he has served proves that he deserves -

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalesand A FULL 'TERM. His opinions have never been reversed by the Florida Supreme
dinner I
sister Norma were
guests of the R. R. Crosbys Sun. Court and in Recognition of His Ability, He was Recently Asked To Sit With

The Supreme Court in The Hearing of Several Important Cases.
only the new 54 Plymouth offers you day.We were' all glad to see Grandma -

Norman and daughters Mrs

R. C. Thomas and children of .

new PowerFllte. transmission new Power Brakes Grenier H. at A.church F.: B., Manchester.recently Mrs N. DURING HIS ELEVEN MONTHS IN OFFICE JUDGE PATTEN HAS

with new PowerFlow engine Give you quick straight-line stops with only Thomas has been vacationing in .
PowerFlite, combined with the great new half the usual pedal pressure I For smooth, South Florida with relatives. She I
110-horsepoer Pow rFlow engine, gives you predictable stops, Plymouth's Safe-Guard and her mother visited her sister

flashing acceleration, with no lurch or lag. brakes have two hydraulic cylinders in each Mrs. Elva Lee Jones in Tam COURTEOUS FAIR HONEST ABLE IMPARTIAL
PowerFlita is the low-price field's newest, front wheel,where competing cars have only one. pa and attended the Grand Chap
ter of the Eastern Star of which
smoothest fully automatic no-clutch transmission.fulltime I
she is a member.

Power Steering w should Thought make for Christ the week a part- We of:I! IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF HIS DUTIES f fI

\ every day we live. I!; .!
Works every minute you drive, not just

occasionally.eliminates "wheel Plymouth's fight," Power gives you Steering safe, precise: Will i
the Your Vote 4 Give Him
TIlE RIGHT POUT for on May Help
control on rough, bumpy roads, and lets you
% way you write. Come In and select ;;I
park with just one-fifth of the normal effort I I8 f Lf jour favorite ESTERBROOK :

Fountain Pen. Only $ .31 at i i .

You'll find the newest power advances in the p' hf IllU h BRADFORD COl' ."TY TELE- ;! The FULL TERM That He Deserves

low-price field only in the new 1954 Plymouth
And that's not all! You'11 find comfort I !. Ctmlt NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPE4R C.mutj i i I II'I
economy and safety features that youcan't LJ Vim"h-1 U'.. i Florida IB rh .r.rr.
";. .,, ,
2 ;:Clifford II Baxter \ Elizabeth M IIII I I I' I" ,
buy in any other low-price car.We'd headnuarters for value Baxter Defendant. I
like to arrange a demonstration drive I .Nolle T. Appear.I Case No 10i 5_ VOTE And Ask Your Friends To Vote (X) For GEORGE L. PATTEN

for you today-just.drop in or phone. I i! To- Elizabeth M. Baxter, whole I ", ,
x.1 " I I '" I -
residence and address il: 419 I
F:n for the whole ltn.ly! Enjoy TWTM Boy" Winebiddle Street, Pittsburgh, I
Mdl*'k on CSS-TV. s..TV pt tot buns end tutk. i Pennsylvania (P4 Pel Adv.. .
You arc hereby Otltle4.hi.t: *
: FmwfB.PMW Balm and Pow Staving web i aikb!.at If.wcti*mt. POC lull Divorcehas for I

been filed aga.lnat YOU tp ttt

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1 rsssst5 sit rtr rSStSS-f sSS I S JrSSrS S S ri Sr r-rstS rrt I Spring Show Kelly-Harrison Memorial Day 'Talented!

At Keystone Heights Observed Here i Young Performer

Saturday Night Impressive memorial services

w held the United D.
Recently i l't' by tugh-
Final arrangements have: been
;ct':-- of the Confederacy last Sunday -
I completed for the KeystoneHeights
afternoon at Crosby Lakt-
Extravaganza t<
J1 w I Spring
Cemetery under the direction
be held in the Womans Club therethis
Gladys Mooty Wed ti% I :Mis L. G. Powell. historian rot 1
Saturday night at 8 o'clock
Phoiie 35 the W. T. Weeks Rautirul 1I
Chapter. -
t Although sponsored by theWoman's I
cJArizona F live oak trees festooned with
srrssss.rrSrS -s-tsr rta rtrrstatrrSSttGarden -.1 Club, everyone in the
Spanish moss served as bai'K-
Keystone community is cooperating -
Club Mrs. Charley Johns In with the committee in this diop for the ceremony: n; Confederate flags and '>owl
Plans Luncheon HostessIn production. Many of the participants -
Makes Final
and baskets of flowers decoiatedthe
are either new members |i' ,
TallahasseeMrs. w scene.
For Flower ShowFinal or prospective members. vet _
The program was opened wth
others vitally interestedin
plans for. the Starke Charley E. Johns was hos- The audience singing America In-
supporting this be-
Garden Club's first Annual Flower tess at a delightful luncheon Wed- -t "rodiu'tory remarks were made
cause of the great need for extensive -
Show, "Spring Enchantment", nesday noon of last week at the repairs and remodelling ot by :he 2nd Vice President Mrs

were made at the monthly meeting Sky Line Drive in Tallahassee I I the building. ; W Roberts. Reverend W S

:Monday evening in the Audio- honoring the members of the I The Keystone Woman's Club M Aliley, of the Presbyterian 1 .J _

Visual room at the high school Senior and Junior Woman's Clubs building has been a meeting plac'efor 'hurvh. gave an interesting talk _

building. The show is being held from Starke who were attendingthe I many groups. both civic and >n Robert E. Lee. Stonewall 'ark- _

this Saturday and Sunday after- Florida Federated Woman'sClub I son. and other leaders in the War
for The i
I---- religious.: many years.
Legion convention in Tallahassee. Between the States.
the American
noons in :Miss: Glenda Grimes, daughter of Mr. and Godfrey Grimes of club was organized 30 years ago L I
Hall and the public is cordially the first of last week.A I With the singing of Ble.? Be-
Houston Texas became the bride Ewell Law Jr. by such outstanding leaders as
invited to attend. I beautiful long arrangement of son, on Saturday, the Tie That Binds, the programwas
Ella Bird, Mrs. Eula Walker.
'of mixed spring flowers centeredthe March 27, at 7 p.ra. in the First Baptist Church, Gilbert, Arizona Mrs. Mr and Mrs C S Kellex .i (dosed after which the
Mrs. R. F. Young, president Mrs. Frank Walrath Sr., and Mrs.
the business meet I' table where the guests were The ceremony was performed by RelUlL Miss June Brown Brooker annouce the engagementand Daughters decorated the gravesof
presided over Frank E. Stitchberry. As newcomers -
seated. wned as bridesmaid and Tim Carter as best man. I approaching mal nage: ot their the soldiers of all wars.. with
ing and announced that the club join the club and bring to
Enjoying the affair were, from daughtei Annie Louise. of St. Confederate flags for the gravesof
received $5 from the Starke Hard- 1 it new ideas and talents, the pro-
Club Mrs. J. W. Kin- to James P. Harnson, the Confederate dead. --- -
Senior : Petersburg
the ---
ware Co. for the Dutch Boy paint 'Silver Tea Given Mrs. Elected gram and interests undergo many
W. B. Sewell, ; Egan '
Mrs. caid president i son of X'* and Mrs. W. T. Har- Lionel
registration contest. Young changes. Without everyone's interest Keating 8-vear-oio so'1

also stated that club membersare Mrs. Junius Smith Mrs. R. F. At Parish HouseThe j Keystone Club Heard and support such a major rison of Floral City. .:\VSCS Notice of M and Mrs j L Keating Ii

reminded that woody peren- Demorest Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs. program would not succeed. It is II i Miss Kelley graduated from New Orleans and grandson ot ilr

E. L. Matthews, Mrs. L. F. Din- Parish House on Church I Mrs. F. P. Egan was electedpresident Bradford High School in Starke Methodist %V. S. C. S circles will ,
state thatso Edith
nials must carry, a tag I of great credit to the leaders Mosley Christiansen of
Smith, Mrs. J. street the scene of lovely of the Woman's Club of and is meet next week follows
kins, Mrs. Hogan was a now employed in St. Pet- as :
inspection at plant exchanges I I many non-members are taking | Starke, was King Mercury III
sale, etc. |A. Griffin Mrs. C. J. Houpt Mrs.T. silver tea Thursday afternoon,|i Keystone Heights at an election part in SaturdayS; festival, which ersburg. I! Circle 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining, j in a recent school of dancing play.

F. Landrum, Mrs. Garl Ma- Apr. 22, given by the Woman's ;held Tuesday afternoon. Other of good i Mr. Harrison, a graduate of ..leaders, in the Educational building "The Wonders of Nature" in New
of the will present every phase i
The last season '
24 will meeting be covered dish thews, Mrs. Levy Canova, Mrs. B. Auxiliary of St. Mark's Episcopal 'i officers elected at this time were entertainment. 'I Citrus High School. served five Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. 'Orleans. Also in the play were

.May a T. Thomas, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Church. Mrs. C. R. Smith, vice president; years with the U. S. Navy. He is..' Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green I two other Pamela
at 6:30 o'clock at the I Home talent will give a one-act. : grandchildren,
supper [Dave Paulk, Mrs. Cesar Rivera, Mrs. C. A. Futch greeted guests ,; Mrs. Jack Elliott, corresponding now attending the University of''leader, with Mrs. Ethel Lowell, at Jenks
Parish House. Mrs. J. L. Price. play entitled, "And Then the Lamp 'I 4, a page, and Louis Jenks,
District 3 Director will be asked Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis, and Mrs. at the door and presented them ta |secretary; Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Went Out", under the direction I Florida where he is a member of : El Rancho, Monday afternoon at I 6, a dancer, children of Mr. and

officers at L. N. Pickering. From the Junior the receiving line composed of j recording secretary; and treasurer of Mrs. E..V. Whittle. Mrs. Allen | Sigma Nu fraternity.A 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Johh Jenks of New Orleans.

to install the new Club: Mrs. Steve Simmons president Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, Mrs. I Mrs. James Grayson. The retiring Dean will serve as reader and June wedding is planned. !' Circle 3, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs. Keating and Mrs. Jenks are

this meeting. Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs. David Cottle, Mrs. Raymond Mac- i''I. president, Mrs. Sara Mc- the players are Mrs. Robert Jackson ll'aderith Mrs. E. S. Matthews former residents of Starke and

Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum flower Carl Roberts, Mrs. Doyle Conner Blame and Mrs. Everett Prescott. : Donald, automatically became Mrs. Bart Holm Mrs. Anna .WMU Circle NoticesThe Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat are frequent visitors here.

show chairman, led a discussionof Mrs! Cecil Sewell, Mrs. T. C. Holding the silver trays were !second vice president. Mrs. James her home on Walnut street. I
James and McKay.
the final plans for the show Hazen, Jr., Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Terry Dea Duke, JoAlyce Graham colorful costumes / afternoon circles of the ] The Weslyan Service Guild will -',

this Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Bi!>gs, Mrs. A. J. and Mary Noegel. .iDistrict Meeting modeled The by young foreign people of Key I First Baptist Church will meet ,meet Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clockat ;(Qf{ tt fi6 S1.o

Quattlebaum also reported on the Thomas, Jr., Mrs. John Anderson. The attractive tea table was I Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock as the home of Martha Iran: at -- -- ---- --.. -_ .'
will start the off --- -- --- ------ -- --
Garden Club convention in Orlando Miss Dolores McKnight, and Mrs. overlaid with an imported cut- :J0f BPW Held stone, program will include I follows: the State Farm. | I --r
the unusual. Models -
Mar. 30 and 31. Mrs. J. A. Stanley Noegel.Birthday work cloth with Point de Venice I''I with Lorena Epperson Circle with1 i' By Joe
I Miss Della Rosenberg of the Bobbie Bastedo, Helen
Griffin announced that the Flower I I
insets and centered with a sil'erbowl Mrs. Jesse Newsome United CouncilTo
Starke BPW was elected District Brown, Jan Marks Mary Ann ;
Show will be Mrs. Herman I
Judges : holding an artistic arrange-I I
Daisy Fowler Circle with Mrs. ;
Hafel of Jacksonville, Mrs. Party ment of Easter lilies calla lilies 3-4 chairman at a meeting in I Morgan, Delores Moring Sue Si- j Be Formed
III Jacksonville Beach last Sunday. prelle, Mark Crowley, L. U. Morgan; j i
Robert Fairing Mrs. L. T. Nie- For Arch Thomas, and pink carnations, carrying out !i' KarenI I Ida Darby Circle with Mrs. ,
land, Mrs. DeWitt Jones, of the pink and white color motif.I j Desta Dyal. immediate past presi- Crowley. Jane McMurtry, and a''; I I An organization meeting gf the i

Gainesville and Dr. H. S. Wolfe I Arch Thomas, III, celebrated dent of the local club, was elected few of the men of the town. ''I George Flynn: United Council of Church Women :
The centerpiece was flanked by Dora lderman i
Circle with Mrs.
and Mr. P. E. Parvin of the U.ofF. !ds second birthday anniversary four low silver candleholders with I secretary. :Miss Rosenberg will be Miss Bastedo. a Starke high M. F. Hazen |I I will be held Friday, May 7, at 31

Wednesday afternoon with a lawn { installed at a formal banquet in school student and local soloist, i ; | o'clock in the Methodist Church. I

I party for 12 of his little friends.A ruffles of pink nylon net tied Pensacola on May 22 during the will sing, and Mrs. E. W. Dwyer. I' Helen Masters Circle with Mrs. j i I Mrs. Glenn C. James, state
Following the business meeting with pink satin bows and holdingtall I J. B. and Mrs. C. W. Rush- I
white, pink and green color annual, convention of BPW Clubs a newcomer, will give a monologue Sapp president. from Tallahassee will'
Miss Clara Leaman slideson
showed burning white tapers. The
attractively carried out | of Florida. j be present to organize the
motif was ing.The roup
birds from the U. of F. library. mantel, before which the receiving Doris Circle will "
in the party cloth on the refreshment I :Mrs. Vida Black of Lakeland. All the gaiety and charm of' Knight and install the new officers.
During the social hour the hos- napkins.The line stood, .was banked with I meet Tuesday night, May 4. at1' .'
: table with matching State 2nd vice president was the spring will conclude the program
tesses served sandwiches and magnolia leaves against which 7:30 o'clock in the educational )50
birthday cake, \
traditional (speaker: Sunday and her topic when the lovely models display

punch. I centering the table, further carried was a fan-shaped arrangement was membership. Mildred Sappof modern home fashions. Prizes building with Mrs. N. B. Rosier MONUMENTSLOWEST .
of white gladioli, Easter lilies i and Mrs. Robert Barksdale Abrt ht S.rvk D.partment
r out the color scheme. 1: the Starke club gave the invo- will be awarded at the conclusionof J..rI
pink snapdragons and cerise as- hostesses. ,H.r. Comes
games I luncheon served in '
The youngsters played cation at a the program.
Three branched candelabra PRICES I
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S during the afternoon and received the dining room of the Atlantic I Music will be provided throughout I
holding burning white tapers balanced -
whistle favors. the mantel arrangement.Mixed :Beach Hotel. out evening by a three-piece j Junior Club NoticeThe FINEST QUALITY! He has been getting his serv-

Assisting Mrs. A. J. Thomas I Mrs. Dorothy Patterson of St. orchestra with William Penzlin I
also No Extra ice' here for and theo
flowers were
spring years,
JUST ONE Jr. in caring for her son's guests Augustine gave the director's report as leader and violinist Ralph J.I I Ii May meeting of the Junior
and placed at points of interest I Woman's Club will be held Mon- Setting In Or Near .* buggy still runs like.a top.Warren's .
FRIGIDAIREMade wire Mrs. T. C. Hazen, I and a gift was presented her i Copeland pianist, and George ,

Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr. throughout the reception room. from the district [Massa, trumpet. day evening at 8 o'clock at the STARKE
:Mrs. Lemuel Colson played :
only by General club house. I
Door prizes of silver dollars The following committee has

Motors Corp. All other WatersFordMrs. piano selection during the tea |with the Federation emblem woni given a great deal of time and I I Miss Louise Stern will be in I \

Electric Refrigerators are hours, three-thirty to five o'clock. i by Pansy Quigley, Della Rosen- "thought to making this a gala charge of the musical program. 'I

made by other companiesand William D. Faxon announces L.Miss F. Clara Leaman of the State and Farm Mrs. t berg, Helen Harley, Gladys Green night for Keystone Heights: |I II Hostesses will be: Marion Long, .Ji":'
cannot use the word the engagement and approaching and and Pauline Torode. Other local I Mrs. C. T. Smith and Mrs. Wm. chairman, Pat 'Alpren. Johnnie Super Shell
presided at the silver coffee .
Frigidaire. marriage of her daughter. j members attending were Margaret -.Siprelle co-chairmen: tickets, Mrs. Sue Urquhart, Maureen Holly. '
tea services at either end of the t
Dorothy Faxon Ford to Henry Miller, Mildred Sapp, Desta B. R. Weld; decorating, Mrs. A. Joyce Bolton and Martha Williams. Write For Free Folder Tires .
tea table. Mrs. Stanley Noegel I I
Waters son of Mrs. Leland R. Dyal, Pat Lambe Madge Middle- Williams and :Mrs. Joe Stein:
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE J. and Mrs. J.V.. Kincaid invited IJ. ATLANTIC MEMORIALS
Waters of Alachua. and .1 ton, and Ruth Broadway. stage director, Axel Malmgren; Class MeetingThe BatteriesW'ashing
the guests to the tea ESTABLISHED 1930
? ? I The wedding will take place serving as floor hostesses were commentator Mrs. F. O. Clark: ]:

20. Mrs. J. C. Detweiler; Kings Daughters Class of Lubrication
Sunday, June Mrs. Mattie Gahagan Mrs. O. L. U.D.C. NoticeThe program. : 715 fOliST ST.jAOnONVIUI. .
THEN SEE publicity, Mrs. F. P. Egan and the First Baptist Church met
Beasley and Mrs. H. C. Brown. nOHOA Phone 385 Madison & Monroe
: W. T. Week's chapter, U. Mrs. Edward Dwyer; prizes, Mrs. \:Monday night at 6 o'clock at the
St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe in were,
Also serving
E. H. SMITHTenth assisting i D. C. will meet Wednesday after- Charles Haberstroth, Mrs. John home of Mrs. Furlong. Following ,,
Misses Kay Rowland, Shirley Cot-
regular monthly meeting of noon at 3:30 o'clock at the home Karges; judges, Mrs. L. H. Law- the business: session, with elec- '
tie, Melissa Stallings Gail Duke, Love Diamond
St. Martha Chapter, St. Mark's of Mrs. G. J. McGriff with Mrs. rence Jacksonville; Mrs. Sue tion of officers, a social hour was
and Temple Are. Mrs. W. H- Noegel, Mrs. Edward S SPECIAL
'Woman's Auxiliary. will be held i Lex Green as cohostess. Murphy and Mis. Charles Tom- enjoyed. BRIDAL SET
Starke, Fla I I Haigh. Mrs. Herbert Thomas and :'
I Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Mrs. Gene Noegel. I berlin; foreign costumes Mrs.

I the Parish House. I' Altar SocietyThe David gren, A.Mrs.Nelson Edward Mrs. Axel Rhinehart.Malm Flower Show I PRICED TO SELLBARGAINS *

Miss Pat Lambe: Miss Sue Siprelle; monologue E
Altar Society of St. Ed- Opens Saturday In New and Used
Vote For and Elect r. .. 'To Head BPWMiss ward's churchill install officers W. Dwyer; spring fashions, Mrs.I .

I I G. C. Muse, Mrs. Thomas Souther- Spring Enchantment. the first WATCHESWILLIAMS

-I TRUMAN NORMAN Pat Lambe was unanimously next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock ,land, and Mrs. Jack Elliott. annual flower show sponsored by

elected president of the Starke I in the recreation hall |I Tickets are available from any the Starke Garden Club, will be ,.

4. SCHOOL BOARD Business and Professional Wo-I presented Saturday afternoon. JEWELRY

,. ; man's Club at the April meetingof May 1, from 2 to 8 o'clock, and
%: District Qne (Lawtey) County Wide
.. the local organization. Sunday afternoon May 2. from 2. 151 W Call St. PHONE 375 Starke Fla.
Life long resident. Home owner, 85 years of at this time were
Others elected
..- -' to 5 o'clock in the American':
;- '- ;1 age Son of J. S. (Buddy) orman. Father Gladys Green, first vice president; Legion Hall.

of two boys, one In Lawtey school, one S j rs. I Margaret Miller, second vice president -I The public is cordially' invited to ... -

of age. Five years experience In school \\ork. I ; Marie Houpt recording attend.

Knows every school in county. Interested In secretary; Helen Harley. correspondent p .

the schools, interested in the children of this I secretary; and Desta i Friends of Charles Fields and !'Knight. Jr. is home on leave bell 'The Naked Jungle' BOBBIE'SWe

county. Hare always helped them every way possible, \vill continue I Dyal, nominating committee. Bill Thompson will be interestedto I 1 fore going overseas hear tha Arrives .
This meeting was held at the SundayAt
to do so if elected. Have made no one any promise, but i know of their condition following -. j Mildred Sapp, Maggie Miller and
i home of :Marie Hount who. as
If eleetedIll work for better schools for hi. district and county.If chairman of the Industrial School their serious auto accident:.1 I Ruth Broadway got lost in the Florida Theatre sincerely appreciate the friendly reception

I Monday of last week at our big city of Jax Beach last Satur-
I have misled seeing I hope Hill take this as a persona 'I
you you project, introduced Mrs. Alice latest report Wednesday noon,, day evening and took them four': That tiuth is stranger than which you have extended us in our New Store,
] message from me as I know I can't cee every one of you McPherson of Ocala who gave the _
Charles is improving nicely thoughhe 'hours to find out where they fiction is vividly pointed out in. and will continue to
were hope you do 80 .
and will appreciate your vote and support on :May Fourth. The group helps with Paramount's brand
program. has several broken ribs new suspense
fractured and where they should be '

TRUMAN NORMAN' local girls who are in the Ocala ; pelvis and multiple bruiseshe ; don't know why, though Madge drama. "The Naked Jungle", Our desire is to give you the best in merchandise and

Pd. Pat Ad.) I school aid the program was very will have to remain in the I Middleton and Desta showing at the Florida Theatre'this
informative. Dyal found to serve you in such manner that you will return time

I served the. hospital 7 or 8 weeks longer i i I the place all right without any Sunday and Monday. i and time again.
_. .4 Refreshments were by Starring Eleanor Parker and
-- Bill had his "first good night'Sunday trouble guess the girls were
hostesses Marie Houpt, Helen the
Charlton deals'
and was able to smile z i:just dazzled by the bright lights story Our SHOE SALE continues through Saturday
Edna Stone. and Gladys'
ELECT DAVIS ATKINSONYour Harley with a strange destructive force
little .
Monday but is still considered -.jof the city .
Green. that destroys everything in its'
on the critical list the n Tom Slade and classmates, Herman 1 Pair Pumps I BATHING SUITS

are both in Alachua hospital I path. ,
Railroad & Public Utilities Miss ,Kelly Honored !: sorry to hear too that J. D. Doyle I I Palmer of Nichols, Ga., Lu- Into the dangerous depths of I

was admitted to St. Vincent'sThursday |cius Powell of Columbus, Ga.. the South American jungle comes I 4.95EXTRA I
At Party
of last week for sur- .Buddy McGinney of West Point. Eleanor Parker as a mail-order ,

COMMISSIONER GROUP TWO .bride of brooding plantation owner :>
Mrs. J L. Cole was hostess at ,gery.Hear I Ga. and Ed McKinley of Fort Charlton Heston. Their rela-i PR. $1.00

a lovely kitchen shower. last Fri- that Agnes Johns has retired Pierce spent the night Tuesday atI / ,/
tionship is strained from the very i
day evening honoring Mis! Shirley and Ann Hutchings is takingher I I the Sla but when they are
Kelly whose marriage to Joe .place at Canova's Ida I program with members of the beginning. |
I' threatened with the mysterious
Tomlinson was an event of Satur- ;, Mae Shaw and Juanita Capps Emory at Oxford Glee Club in
have been added to the ; Marabunta they patch up their'
day afternoon. Stump's j Tampa they returned to their

staff the Leo Hunters/ .classes difficulties.
Beautitul arrangements of mixed who at Emory Wednesday..

spring flowers were used to operated the fish market on S.Valnu .j Stephen Prevatt celebrated his, The impact of the Marabunta
'.. the
is to imagination -
advantage in decorating the Kelly \ ; street, have moved to 6th birthday anniversary at a more staggering I

home at 69: N. Walnut street fort White Springs Cecil Sewell. !party Thursday morning at Kinde- than any invasion by men

ht' occasion. Games were played Robert Barksdale] ; and Gene Long garten Leslie Thomas was 4 from Mars. It exists in reality
and is to this day a threat to
hI' !!11! the evening and prizes attended the Masonic conventionin : years old on the 25th and his

Aeioon 1 by Mrs. G. C. Conner, Jacksonville Wednesday and ,sister, Selita Thomas was 7 years natives in the South American I

Mi. Joe J Tomlinson and Mrs. Thursday of last week hear old on the 27th Mrs. A. F. wilderness I

r n' "H Slaughter. : the Cub Scouts will be workinglike I I'Sauls celebrates her birthday on Seldom has the forbidding atmosphere -

MisKelly was presented with beavers in the next month to t[May 3rd.Looks of a dark. tropical area SANDALS '

t lov, iy china tea pot from her earn their final awards for the like the Band concerts at 'been expUred to the extent that
: it is in this film. i .
hostess as a memento of the occasion year at their last meeting of the !the City Park will be a sure thing:

.. year May 31st which will be held I..by the size of the turnout" they I I 1.98 to 4.95 I !

'i I' Assisting Mrs. Cole in serving at the Haynes cottage on Santa Fe 'had last Sunday afternoon the j jI : CARD OF THANKS _ _ ) ,

j I refreshments were Mrs. Gene:Lake, their parents are invited I music was beautiful and the ap- : Our heartfelt thanks to all who I II Attend the Drawing Saturday I!! 7 ;:;:J t

and Mrs. A. X. \Vileox. to attend the camp fire meeting audience ..
Kelly preciative was parked
Born and reared on a Leon County farm. j I extended comforting sympathy i I I
I and basket supper after which {two cars deep on all three sides I II i I at 4:00 P.M. 3 Yal"O I IE 'S
and in recent sorrow. :
help our
Member State Legislature Two Terms Speaker Pro Executive Board |;I the awards will be presented. t I of the park besides those standingand For the beautiful service floral. uable Prizes i i 6.00 to 10.98 1

!. See that Bradford County was sitting in the park be SUrf''and
Tern at Present. I I :offerings, and other1 kindnesses..: CHILDREN'S 1.98 to 6.00 \
represented at the beautiful out
The executive board meeting of come next Sunday and
;jwe The !
Successful Business Man 40 Years of Age '< the Starke Woman's Club will be .tea given in the George Washington -I'hear them also don't forget the W. S.are:Melson deeply family.grateful. I MAKE IT A HABIT TO I

Married Two Sons. 1 Hotel in Jacksonville Tuesday'flower show at the American I
. held Thursday afternoon. May 6. "Meet Your Friends BobbiesllI
(Pd. PoL Adv.) I I afternoon honoring Ted Johns I Legion[ Hall Saturday and Sunday at

at 3-30 o'clock at the club house. the women from these parts were afternoons See you there 'club member or at the door, 60

-J -" I all there en masse Pvt. Hollis( Carolyn 'cents including tax. I !

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,. .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and I :Miss Dorothy Broadway of St. i| (I[' your answer or pleadingto the ed by you. I

daughters of Live Oak visited I Petersburg spent a few days this I complaint on the Plaintiffs I This notice shall be published I
Attorney Evan
Evans 103 once each week for four consecutive
Mrs. D. L. Silcox on Saturday.Mr. week with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Law Exchange Building. Jack- weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
I L I son ville, Florida graph
I Broadway.Mr. and file tile original In the office cf Dated this 21 day of April U,:4.
and Mrs. T. H. Slade are I the fc>Ierk of the Circuit Court on i.FKH'IXL :SKAI. Charles. Dan.v
before the I
Parent's Day at Emory and Mrs. A. W. Anderson or :11! clerk "f the Circuit r''u t
attending I day of Ma1H54: By Marian I,.Or) by. l>eputil.. k.
Jr. and Mrs. A. \V. Anderson. Sr otherwise the allegations of said '.
at Oxford, Oxford Ga. today. 4 31 U 4' 't
THE NEWS Complaint will be taken as confe s- jl
will leave today for Pittsburgh.
I jjuva AfofoPOHCA.
6' Y "y y I Mr. and :Mrs. C. G. Barksdale I Pa. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Edward "fy ginyess

made a business trip to Jacksonville -! J. chwabb.. then on to Niagara .. NEBR Your Medical Payments Insurance I
Mrs Wm. G. Godwin and chilMr: andlrs W. J. Studsti.1idren
I Tuesday.Mrs. ; Falls, Canada Detroit, Mich.,
of Jessup, Ga. are spending and family spent the weekend in I Salt Lake City, Denver, through !; Wherein the days go flying by thin with milk to the right thick- May Now Be Extended To IncludeYour

from Tuesday to Sunday with Mrs. Lakeland, Ga. visiting Mr. and I children I and I Ion each passing hour. I ness to spread.It i
the Red Wood Forest and then
I Jack Dempsey and i children and other relatives in
Godwin's mother Mrs. Bertha Mrs. J. F. Studstill. make garden and clean house, is' 2:30: and I have lots of your household if
I will leave today to spend the,j down to tljf home of Mr. and;i I injured killed
Pearce. ) I and help in the Mortuary. I visitors lots of flowers have or while they are IN. ENTERING OR
I summer with Mrs. Dempsey'smother Mrs. Anderson, Jr. in Ventura, I
t r Mr. and Mrs. Robert :McRae I come, and just had to answer the i ALIGHTING FROM ANY AUTOMOBILE NOT
I Mrs. Ira W. Ayres Sr. in Calif. They expect to arrive in
Mrs. Drew Reddish of Jacksonand\; children visited Mr. and Mrs. Fayetteville N. C. I Ventura on May 17. Mrs. Anderson There are I telephone. Ha. I enjoy seeing alii OWNED BY YOU OR THEM. This includes buses

ville spent the weekend with C. R. Wilson in Gainesville last Sr. is planning to remain in In spite of death I the neighbors and friends even;i and taxicabs. I

I and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. Thursday. I These lovely things to count 1 though it is a sad occasion. i and
Roddy and Kathy Struth were Ventura for a short visit. '
The warmth of fire-the new This time of year and until
in Deland Thursday to Sunday 1 I I
rim i visiting relatives.Mr. | Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Griffin born hope- July is the most lovely time of!I' You. your children and other relatives in your household

ALVAREZ' STORE Men Clothing I II 'of Wajdo were guests Thursday And love. the year in Nebraska. Lots of I IF STRUCK BY ANY AUTOMOBILE for example,

Established 1894; and Mrs. J. G. :Moyer and of last week of Mr. and Mrs. T. -Ethelyn M. Kincher:I flowers and shrubs are bjpoming I as a pedestrian or bicyclist.You t.I t.

I son of Jacksonville were weekend(J. Griffin. The Griffins also hadas This is a cloudy chilly day. Not and will bloom. The apple, peach, I

I, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frow weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. bitter cold, but chilly. I turned up I pear and all fruit trees bloom. I I should have this insurance. I
I I My willow
weeping tree is leafing
Strickland and daughters.Mr. I jL. E. Jordon of Oviedo. the furnace heat. It has been real SEE US TODAY !

Vote For And Elect Ii, hot here for April, and I have' out so pretty and green.Ve j

I and Mrs. Hardy Dean of I -The Little Dog Laughed", USO I my early garden made. That is, !! really do appreciate this after a

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Dist.Four 29-30, 8 % Adm. Adult.. long hard winter.I i M H. C. WALL AGENCY I
!Chiefland visited Mr. and Mrs. \Apr P:" the Irish potatoes planted, peas, I usually write this column on

I Clarence Cooper last Friday afternoon -I SOc, Students 35c. I onions lettuce radishes beets ,
Friday and send it airmail. Sincewe
GERALD ADKINSBorn I enroute to South Carolina. I and such things that cold does I have a funeral Wednesday and I Phone 146 200 E Call St Starke Fla !I Ii
II Mrs. George B. Flynn spent the not hurt. I also have the back 1 ,

and Reared in Bradford County Mrs. Murl Musgrove of Talla-I past week with Mr. and Mrs. J. sun porch clean and the floor:Thursday and I will have lots I I I

Honest and Dependable. 'hassee and her brother, Herbert Huston McClane and family in painted a soft gray. I have made I of cleaning to do then on Friday I
so I this
on Tuesday.
Clark of Chattahoochee visited Mr. Atlanta, Ga. rags for weaving a nice rug for I II i:
Against any higher tare I : Here is a poem by Clinton
and :Mrs. Morgan Gresham last the sunporch floor. When it is I
Believes in a Progressive and Constructive program for the I Scollard about "April"The KOCH
I week and while here Mr. Clark Mrs. R. B. Alaverz :Mrs. Paul done no doubt will be warm DRUG STORE
1f County as!' a whole.wrve and Mrs. T. B. Harding I I I
' attended the Masonic Grand Lodgein Raymond enough to sit out there. lyric sound of laughter
\\111 you Faithfully, Fairly, and Impartially if electedto attended the flower show in Jacksonville I ,
Jacksonville. I The new funeral car is to be .Fills all the April hills
this office. last
Sunday. done next Monday so Don will be The joy-song of the crocus, HASETHICAL .

Your Vote and Support Will Be Deeply Appreciated' I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and I. going over on the train to drive The mirth of daffodil

(Pd. PoL Adv. daughters visited Mrs. 0 W. Bar- Mr. and Mrs. Balus McKin-!jit home next week. Last week he I I
ney spent the weekend in Jacksonville The west wind blows and one STANDARDS
: ry in Brooker on Sunday. ha to make a trip to Shenandoah -
with relatives. I .can smell in the air. The
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Iowa with a body for burial.
_, ,. W" q_ __ ,,'- .'-- '_r ,. \ Mrs. Myrtle Jones manager of I He did not get half way there II days fly swiftly and I l Idve each I WHERE THERE ARE I II
Miss Sara Barefoot was a visitorin passing day.I .
the BHS cafeteria along with the ; until a woman coming toward I
Gainesville on Tuesday.W. want all to vote for
of the other Bradford him at terrific lost I I you good I
managers a speed con- 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS

To The Of Bradford I County school cafeterias visited trol of her car, hit another car I I Charley Johns for govenor. I
People CountyI and B. Mooty of Miami and Mr. shall be thinking of you.
wholesale warehouses freezer and crashed into the front of the
I and Mrs. Hugh Burgess of Kings- I LOVE LURA TO SERVE YOU
plants in Jacksonville last Friday Packard funeral car and wrecked!I
i tree S. C. visited the Harry :Moot -
I after which they had dinner a I j it. He had to rent another funeral I THE STORE WHERE YOUR
would like to take this method to solicit Vote !i tys on Monday. I
your the Steak House. I car at that town and go the rest NOTIfK OF INTKNTIOV TO M\KK

.1 of the way, about 100 miles. I I APPLICATION' KIM
and influence on May 4th in behalf of my brotherD. I had Mrs. O. E. Ray and children of i' DIMHIKGKProbatr : PRESCRIPTIONS ARE CHECKED
Mrs. M. F. Brown as: Jacksonville were Sunday guests 'sent a young man here with our 1. La we 19.13In >
'ourt of the ( JudReBradford
ten days, her other to Don and
her the past car get bring.him
S. (Dan) DANSHY for Fla. Railroad and Public I guest of Mr. and Mrs. :Merrill Edwards. ('oantT.Iotat.* of FloridaIn
sister, Mrs. S. C. Cornwall ol home. The Packard is still re the Estate of Fred A Siott. I AND DOUBLE CHECKED

Utilities Commission. He will fight for lower rates I Candlewood Hill Higganum Conn.1 Jin the garage. It is to be tradedin Deceased. In Probate I
:Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Anderson, To All Whom It May Concern: :
I on the new Cadillac. I Notice is hereby given that Wilbur "NO GUESS WORK"With
and Mrs.
Bill Edwards
and better service a Jr., Mrs. A. Scott has filed his final I
% BUIAVA WATCHES $1 peweek r I report -
Here the is the
John Anderson spent Monday in I grass green on as Executor of the rotate "f
I at Dahmer's. (tf) .lawns It is Kentucky Blue Grass. ;Fred A. Scott, deceased; that hefiled I
Jacksonville.Mrs. (' Our Large Turn
his petition for final discharge Prescription Over
You can also find some white
I and that he will apply to the Honorable
R. O. DANSBY Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansb '!clover. I had lovely red tulips. Theron A. Yawn. Cuunti ; We Can Assure You
I in Jack C. G. Dickinson has returned Judge of Pradford County. Florida. II I
spent last Friday evening ; bloom and now faded. The
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) y: home after a month'I have OH the first day of June i'54, for I
I sonville visiting Mrs. Adolph Ga (i!rainbow colored ones come later. approval of same and for final discharge Fresh Less
vacation m :Moore Head City, N. Drugs (For Money
Executor of the Kstateof
.who was operated on in St. Vin- My' dog Digger loves to be out in Fred as A. Scott deceased un t .1.

cent's Hospital Monday of last'IC. the back yard these days. 24th day of April. 1954.

'. .--. ,. -, ._, -" :' I week. They also visited Mrs. Irai \(Signed Wilbur A. Srott.Exeoutor j For Reliable Prescription Service
I Easter I had a nice day. I went ..
; I Mrs. W F. Swinyer is returning of the p<-tat .f Ki .l
i also ir
Harris and baby daughter to her home in Los Gatos to 6 o'clock sunrise service at A. Sott d..a.d.
St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. I : 4'30 4t 5 LM : Call 53 Night Phone 273.W
'''Calif. today after two months'with I I'Newcastle a town seven miles
I! from here. It was lovely. At nine 'OrIn; OF IXTFATIOX .
W. H.
her sister Mrs. -
Announcing The OpeningOF and Mrs. Joe Cumber and I I I' REGISTRR FHTITIOI'S :% Hit
I took flower for the altar and
j Nollman and Mr. Nollman. Mrs. a I Notice i. hereby given that the!
son, Tom, are spending a month
.! W. Oliver of St. Simons Is- [went to my church here in town undersigned, under the provision
'in Cleveland. Ohio due to the illness iT. ''as 1 of Chapter O.Sj3.. Law. of Florida
Ga. also the guest of it was my Sunday to go. We 'facts
of Mrs. Gumber's father :land was of 1J.41. will rl'gi.tt'rItb the I
I .: 'the Nollmans the first of the had a body here at the Mortuary I I Clerk of the l'lr'ult Court in and
I[Fran Meng is operating the Cumber :I !but Don took care of things whileI ',,for Bradford County. State of FlorIda Announcing. I
Starke Motor Parts Co. filling station during their ab--week. !i i upon receipt of proof of pnbli< "-
I I I was gone. Of course I wore my' !lon of this notice, the fictitious'name ,,
sence. I .''new Easter bonnet and I had a of Stark Maternity IloptaI.under .
| Don't miss "The Little
I Dog whit He are engaged in bu--
I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had I Laughed. Senior Class Flay, Apr,.I corsage of real flowers. I ilie-- at Madison and Thompson Sis.iitStafke. Opening Of
229 TEMPLE AYE. Next to Green Buick I Kradford Florida
Company HELPFUL HINTS: A comb County.
j as Sunday guests :Mrs. P. E. Stone,,: 29-30, USO, 8 p.m.I Hr. A. J. Harry M.!)., Starke.
with broken teeth breaks the hair. Fla..
PHONE{ 203 :hiss Mamie Anderson and Mrs I I When I put on my sheer ho'E1 T. 15 HitchM interetDr. P.. Starke.
i' ol f Robert Bird of the U. of F. ,
'W. G. Allen and four children I Fla one-half int"ret.Hated PLUMBING AND HEATING
WHOLESALEAutomotive Archer. I was the Sunday guest of Mrs. D. I have a pair of white cotton gloves I this :lttth .Ia! > ..f .April! A fi J.
;.I wear. I find that I do not have -:-19,4! at Stark. Hi.If..id rtumFlorida. .
E. Knight. I 'I .

Parts & Equipment i I I Orange Mr. and Park Mrs.were R. J.Sunday Andrews guest 01!!f:I I SK-2 and Mrs. Brad Lock,.i I:'I, so many potatoes snags try then.putting When in mashing a lit- :\ : TO \N'C.\R 4 3" 4t :. _1OTICI SHOPPlumbing 1 I

.tle dried milk and a bit of hot
of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mr. will arrive home Saturday from I fa fin-alt (Court Ilradfard (....tT,
;\water butter salt and beat hard. Florida In Cka.eerr.Dora 1j
Member National Automotive Parts Assn.Other II Portsmouth, Va. to spend tend I| Cake Frosting: For these Angel Sidrer. Plaint.ff \ Ki,: j
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto hac I days with :Mrs.! Locke's mother,. Sidrer. Defendant !
;Food mix cakes. I have found a ("a'n': ; .
as weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Shellie Hall. \otlre To '......r. and Repairs
,nice I like those angel food
Charley Parker of Holly Hill, Mr: I icing. To: Eli Sidrer. whose r-v i.-n. .'
cake mixes and they are easy and land address': 74; Lib, rt\ *:i.Vahington .'."'. +
Branches Located as Follows and Mrs.V.. B. Carter and Mrs Mrs. J. E. Hildebran and children \ Heights. Newl.uiphNew

( Inez Stokes of Columbia, S. C.,, visited Mr. and Mrs. MorrisFoster :,I cheap. One almost must have an I Toik. S
electric mixer Here is the way: You are hereby notified that a ALL WORK FULLYGUARANTEED
Motor Parts Co. Folkston Motor I'arts Co. I I Mr. and Mrs. George :Moxley 01:f r I in Jacksonville on Sunday, I suit for
In bowl I one half box
Waycross, la. Folkston, Ga. i Gainesville and Mr. and :Mrs. T a pour I Divorce
I -I: I of powdered sugar. I then work has been filed against you In! the
!, F. Hutto and family of Jackson Rev. and Mrs. Homer Swindellof ', ;, shove named Court and r.t.I' and
Spradley Motor Supply, Inc. Southside Motor Parts Co. 'rifle ( Martin, Ky. are guests this., / in with my fingers 4 or 5 tablespoons 'I;you a-e required to serve a o\ ..(

Orlando Fla. Jacksonville Fla. |week of Mrs. Havana Johns. j I of butter. Add some cocoa ,I S SPEEDY SERVICET.
and mix well. Then I stir in one
What made the Little Do gl'i:
\ .r two egg yolks beat and beat.
Laugh? Find out Apr 29-30 j i Whm you care enough to send

L. C. HINSON. JR. t'SO, 8 p.m., Senior Class Play. the very Best HALLMARK

I i i I Mother's Day Cards at Bullington, School Trustees A. MERSEREAU
Loral Manager Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch are ii I Studio and Gift Shop Phone 265,, }rour

Hollywood this week attendin.'[I Starke, Fla. Hear Negro Plea "
roan Cofor ( or 7th and St ('lair Sis
r. the State Medical Convention.Mrs. f For Supervisor

i I j Mrs. Edward Hick returned I SON r4 Lm'c.&IOtC8Jey. Starke, Fla.

O. L.. Beasley and Jimmy, :I Monday from three weeks' visitfwith .1 A delegation of 15 negroes with ,

LET Hoppe were weekend guests ol r her husband AD-2 Ed Hicks, i John Sherman as their spokesman, I /

in Province R. I.Mr [ appeared before a meeting of the
Mr and Mrs C P Tyson at then _
: .
Benton & Gumber Awnings near Fernandma. Hradford County School Trustees I : :-: : "-] i : -: _.:/ ,, :_ ._. <_.. .'-_' _" .
camp and Mrs. George Kuhnestof j last Thursday night at the court- '

.. : ::: Tampa were weekend guestsof honse. The group presented an
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SOLVE YOUR HEAT PROBLEMS ; Mr and Mrs. AI Hartmann. j appeal on behalf of L. Ann m.

| Humes, supervisor of colored fJ
1L Mrs P. J. Quattlebaum. Mrs.S schools who is scheduled to be I STARKE

p E Sparks Mrs. Cesar Rivera dismissed at the end of 'the cur- HARDWARE CO.

THE ATB STARKE "Movies Are Better Than E\er"
Flower Show in Newberry: solidation program. I H C. RITCH. Owner

afternoon. I The school trustees L. F. Din- ,1
f hPhotographs Saturday
f Ikins, Starke. and A. L. Green. i r Phone 8 Starke Fla If find concealed
Fri. Sat. Apr 30. May 1 i jou your name in the Florida Theatre Ad

DOUBLE FEATURE Joe Noegel Opens ..; Brooker, sitting with H. P. Morgan cut ad out and present it to Box\: Office for FKKK TICKETSFri. (

School Superintendent, heard I I

GOLDEN IDOLWith Madison RestaurantMr the group, and set a date for a'' Sat. April :W, Ma\ I :Sun \1+in. -, \n\. !. :

Johnny Sheffield :meeting at the R J. E High DOUBLE FEATURE:

i and Mrs Joe Xoegel. who Schrol for Thursday i April 22))

AND j r[have been in the restaurant busi- at 8 p. m., at which time the r- ;

Frontier FugitivesWith ness in the Starke area for around trustees wer to meet with the

x Tex Kit ter i 120 years recently leased a restau- petitioning group and the teachers r. \t/

I rant at Yellow Pine Truck Stop of the school.A t-
Plus Serial and Color Cartoon for '
:east of Madison and will have a new teacher, H. J. Waters. _

:.he Kuls :j formal opening there soon. 'Alachua, was appointed by the ,- \ ;'

The Noegels have closed their. trustees to serve in the elementary ,1- ;l \ ,
: :' \ 'ii 11,1. s 1111'1"{ t ..n..on A
Sun.. Mon.. Tues. place, Joe's Grill on U. S. 301 ,school at Hampton. Swettneartt
\ 1..11.1 11 rid \11'
May 2. 3, 4 ;' north of Starke. and have moved \ .' .t the "

DOUBLE FEATURE ( to their new !location with their fjJ Y Cd""P"\
Potatoes Form
\ : MRS A. I D. ( Kj.xBl:
two sons. Charles and Ken \1' 1\.
The Great Sioux
Above GroundRobert "
\" Tueed; Thur:

UprisingStarring I L. Davis who has a May t. 5, 6
Jeff Chandler garden at his home near the Con- l ; ', .', ,_ ._ MGM'sTREMENDOUS 'I

TECHNICOLOR: way air port brought!; ah oddityto
about this questionA .'C'.r,", hh:
-.tND- the Telegraph office this weekIt frufnts

was the top of an Irish potato fish hook sliced: golf ball TEN-STAR DRAMA !
ahohow Business Block Before and ALL
plant with two tiny potatoes grow bite "the.e
I a bicycle a : CRAZYLEGS
After installation of Benton & (;umber Awnings 't.
Mickey: Kooney and Dirk ing from the bud. are a few of the things that ,
YOUKNOW Davis the first tinv-
Mr. its
Ifamec says ItJt' rc
can lead to a liability suit for

We Can Protect Your Breezeways For Plus Cartoon for the Kids he above ever ground.heard of potatoes fornimc damages:, 'an an entire ELRQY'fazylejsHIRSCrl!

AS LOW AS $30 family be protected up to LLOYD NOLAN

Wed., Thur. May 5, 6 I.MloV Minimum< 01.1.1t.teerrd Inundation to I'rojjram pa.aethe CARD OF THANKS $10 000 for only $10{ insurancepremium : I JOAN VOHS

DOUBLE FEATURE for rood HfbooN fur all rhildrrn in ear?
j per >
WINDOWS $19 EachLet all ouuntifK. We .insincerely grateful to- A REPUBLIC PRESENTATION : .

Fort Algiers :'! .''".!!:* and neighbors for then '
With Yvonne DeCarlo and CurlThomp.on :. -n;} kind a. is of sympathy: dur- s \ ,
Your Homes With
us Protect and Beautify 1
."_- j II sad! bereavement Our E. Johns&SonAgency RIDERS Mu7
LIFETIME ALUMINUM AWNINGS appe<-.aton cannot be adequat'l Charley "Tra,, atPpt ( a ,HM\ac-

I AND ALL STAR C \>T J..1I..t trrid '''II ,
expressed ,
Plu-- "Boo: .. in SajMl ," Cart..n

BENTON & GUMBER AWNINGSRt \ Savage Mutiny The family_of John H. Walker I: and 'hap. 3 Serial COMINC I ; SOON : :

With Johnny WeissmullerI YOU'LL LOVE tJt' nevr &ter- CEASE FIRE

I Plus Cartoon for the Kids brook puite-size fountain pens li j JUMUS: SMITH
2 Box 54 1-2 Starke. Fla. Starke Fla.1LAILAAALj. With G i 1. Cast
: i" 1 \.:' pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad- Phone 13 i i

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yyl each Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Lawtey attended church here 'len or before the .+ )
Choir practice each Friday 7:30p. Sunday. 1 24 day of May, 1954; I and each of you and you are hereby 'I Notice should be published onoc \
SOIL CONSERVATION otherwise the allegations of said notified and required to serve each week for four tontecuf.weeks *.-
m. Come out and worship withus. Homer Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Complaint wi'l be taken ...3 confessed ,a copy,of your Answer or other in the Bradford County Trl-
I' \V. C. Hardee and children by you. I pleading to the Complaint on Flaintlffs egraph, a weekly newspaper, put>- ,.
were N-E-W-S I This notice shall be publishedonce I attorneys. Williams & Futch. lished in Bradford County. l lond.t"itness :
Hazel Griffis attended the \ visiting Mr. Hardee's sister, Mrs. each week for tour consecutive P. O. Box 1S8, Starke Florida and ".\ my hand and the seal "tour (
!Ir Norman "j
By Lacy ft-eeks in the Bradford County Tele file the original Answer or ether Circuit Court at .Starke. Hr.l.l.
I M. U. meeting at Black Pond I Kirby Stringer in Jacksonville! By Bill Haas s graph. pleading in the Office of the Clerk ford County Florida this the pith 1
Tuesday. Monday. Maggie Crews returned t l sated this 22 day of April. 1(1:>4. uf the Circuit Court for Bradford day of April. A.D., 1>54.
.AAA.A.AAA.AAA..AAAAAA'1 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby County Florida, on or before the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Part%
: Gene Converse, Amanda and Barbara i; home with them after spendingthe i U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Clerk of the Circuit Court 24 day of May, A.D., 1954 if you I Clerk of said Circuit Cou't
weekend with the Stringers. I By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. fail to do so. Decree Pro Oonfesso' f By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Cle: h
Sunday Worship service 11 a. m.1 Gene Wilkinson of Jacksonville I II I 4 23 4t 5,14 will be taken against you tor the {Williams & Futch. P. O. Box Ids.
I of I Marvin Thompson .and Ashur SERVICE relief demanded in said' Complaint. j i Starke, Florida.
and 7:30: p. m. Prayer meeting and Dick Thomas and son II Johns of Jacksonville were visi-I la The Circuit Court Of The RightaJudicial It is ht'rt'hrrdE'r >d that this Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 4 53 4t 5.14
- I ..kaL I I Circuit. ID And For Bradford -
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the Normans -1 ..
ting Lacey Wednes County, Florida.
Bradford Soil Conservation Dis to Fisher Gaskins and Warren la Chant-err. 1
KNOW YOUR CANDIDATE trict Supervisor J. B. White states Mizelle. I I Paul Rosier and Johanne 1:05i"r.I I!
Fisher's !
Little Wayne- Hardee had the plan calls for a..Plaintiffs.s.. Sarah Baugh. et al, I Ii
I I that the Gaint Striata Crotalariahe rotation of summer legumes on'''Defendants.i i iI iI MOVING \
I I i misfortune: of falling and cutting I I OUDKIt OF Pl'RLICATIa.1D
few weeks I
his head. planted a ago is the land he is using for tr"ck I .NOTICE TO APPEAR

Born and reared In Bradford County. Experienced 'I I coming along fine. Gaint Striata crops. He is using Pensacola Ba ':The State or Florida Tot .. -
j The Homer Smiths were dinner |I Sarah Baugh whose residence and''
in School mattersIfni served 'I Crotalaria is a reseeding summer hia and Pangola for his pasture address 12035 Flora '! LOCAL Safe PHONE t
i 1& Street. :M<-1-1Mndale
of and Mrs. P.
guests I
as School Trustee. PreM-ntly setting as 'I legume which the cows and hogs I grasses. Warren's plan calls for a :Michigan; Arthur G. Peters I OR
Hamilton of Lawtey Sunday. I(I i land wife, Adalene Dependable '
Peters nhos !
N seem to enjoy much. Both rotation of blue I
;, City Councilman at Lan tt'f where he has I very lupine, corn and'oats. :residence. and address is Calera. LONGDISTANCE: 311 '
l Mr. and Mrs E. C. Harvey Zedra Hamilton and J. B. White He states that he has doub !i[I Alabama; and Viola G. Osbornr 8 EconomicalR.
owned and operated his grocery store for ; were in Jacksonville Tuesday. state that they )let their led his 1 I whose residence and address is- 'Ii
I cows corn yield by blue
r 13 )'ears. Belietes in hug ty aad fair play using i';i i:;tarkf'. Bradford County, Florida; 'j B. Alvarez OR
+ v j Thought for todayLet your graze the Gaint Striata down lupine for a land builder. |I and to all parties having or claiming ,
in public office. :twice and still had a good any right title, interest or lien i Agents For TRANSFER AND l'
growthto 250-J
light so that others
j may see JfOTICB' TO APPEAR' II in or upon the property hereinafter
Dtlcher firos.
turn under II STORAGE CO.
:Jesus in help improve (. CJrralt Court Bradford Coa.tr described: GREETING:
sly I the much needed organic matter Florida la Chaorerr. I You and each of you. are hereh
Harold E. Railey. Plaintiff, i notified that a suit has been infetituted ,
I I in the soil.Willie Eugenia. Bailey Defendant. 1"1 I in the above styled Court
VOTE FOR AND ELECT CEMETERY WORKING Case No. and cause against you and each of STORAGE (
I I Dobbs used the District's Nntlre To \"P"''''. I,you as Defendants by Paul Rl<-r
There will be a working of the To: Eugenia M. Bailey, whose land wife, Johanne Rosier as' Plaintiffs -
For Member I I seeder cultipacker to plant Pensa- residence and address is: c/o C. F. to foreclose as a first aril
HA KELLY Beulah Church Cemetery in Clay Cola Bahia for his dad A. D. Goth, 100 Hick Street Jackson, 'prior lien, a Mortgage. over the following l- ferryman BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida I
Tennessee. property situate in Bradford .
SCHOOL BOARD I County on Saturday, May 8. j Dobbs, whose place is located I You are hrebv notified that a'' County Florida, towits' ... I'L '

Everyone interested is ''about two miles west of Lawtey fcult for divorce of XP. of S\Vi4 and all !'t" :. --" ,
requested "
FROM DISTRICT ONE (Lawtey: ) COUNTY WIDEFd. :'on the Lawtey-Raiford Road. I Has been filed against you In the of SW'i lying North of Kr.tdfi __: : J;::- 11t = =-_ _'.',-: .= .._ .. : ,.
: to go or send someone to help A. I above named Court and cause and County mad running West fumi
( 1'ul. Adv.) CD. was discussing planting you are required to serve a copy o' County Road 0.1. and all uf1.: ,
I clean the cemetery. | four answer or pleading: to the of NEV4 of SW Except that
j I I seed when he remarked, "I'm satisfied complaint on the Plaintiffs portion of NH of SU.._ of \F.', of
I Attorney J. Donald S"- West of said Count\'
that you can do a better Gibson 226 4 lying '
E. Foisyth Street Jacksonville, "j load No. R. all in Section !5.
job of planting grass seed when Florida, I Township a South, Range 21 East
'I you use a cultipacker." By pre- and rile the riglnal In the office i j! containing 33 acres more or !*'> ;( 00 8
of the command ou
Clerk of the Circuit Court This is, therefore to >
I paring a good seed bed and using I I I

d >u State of Florida a seeder cultipacker, which covers I
the seed lightly and packs the I Vote For and Elect I
A. ,ili., DivltUaMATHAN ground t.iough to hold the moisture I

-'- NatLaa Ma,. bwldiai you will get an even standof


Carnmieeienori basic soil and water conser- 'r
School Board Member
Jax Highway Open Thursday Afternoons
vation M.
plan was prepared for i '
Latterman whose place is located
Free Delivery Service

way 301 and for Max Peuker is A BRADFORD COUNTY FARMER AND ..L,",_ -
whose place is located west of TAXPAYER. I

Hampton. Mr. Latterman is using I HIS INTEREST iN THE BRADFORD COUNTY I :.. -: =: -'; .1} .:'--- := .:=-:: -: : ...-:- -- -- -
ALL FLORIDA PRODUCERSOF sweet lupine in his pecan grove j ?' UOUS.

for grazing and soil building. He I'' '' HE HAS SERVED AS A SCHOOL TRUSTEE I 10 Lbs.i .
states that the more organic mat- SINCE 1943.
ter we return to the soil the more I

crop production we will- get. Mr. Your Vote and Support on May 4 will be Appreciated.

APPROACHED BY A PROSPECTIVE BUYER OF YOUR I Peuker, who bought Ted Connell's I i Potatoes 23CI

place after Ted moved back to'.

ASK TO SEE HIS IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIAL CARD SHOWING I slow start on planting pine trees I I I Vote For and ElectE.

this past season but that he plans ,
.. .
HIM TO BE A BONDED AND LICENSED DEALER IN AGRICUL to get all his open woodland planted j I ;::- :.. : ::= :-:: : -=i ,-:: -.._ : ---.: -- :-.. -

II to pine this coming season. '! L. CRAWFORD
Carton '
I Basic farm plans were delivered FOR



PRODUCTS (other than those who. at time of purchase pay for same by Mrs Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAA4t FOR MORE STATE ROAD MONEY FOR BET-
in United States currency) TO BE BONDED AND LICENSED. ... .**A i, r.sl Val.

I I I 'l
Keystone Heights Lioness|
LAW FOR DEALERS OPERATING IN VIOLATION OF THE LAW. Club held their semi-annual dessert Your vote and active support will be greatly appreciated"Well I _
\1 .
I bridge Wednesday of last\ I "

I week at the Inn. The Lions colors j) I TIDEFAB or

.: This Identification Card Issued to of purple and gold were carried
out in the flowers and other dec
(Sample Card)
o. orations used on this occasion. Qualified in Business and Government"

oat thi request ot. Proceeds of the party will be I : SURF 271f2c


IN FLORIDA NATHAN MAYO ry on their Eyesight Conservation

i.under $ bond and License No I program and to aid in the 1

0 representative Llnn&ee certifies or agent that ol holder licensee hereof to operate is the authorized in Florida. Commissioner of civic improvement projects being Candidate for Re-election L .:::-': :':.:-.:=.-': :- -_ ':.:::::i'--:; .: '- } ::: :-_ ---=.. -: _-<_ __ __

Thu card when countersigned by holder is valid until AgricultureYOU'RE i carried on by the Keystone Lions to the
rte Ucerue under which it u issued expires or is I I SOUTHERN BISCUITFLOUR
molo oct for cause, iciub.j J JI ; .z <,, ; Florida Railroad and Public .
EXPIRES I j Rev. and Mrs. \\'. A. Thornton I II C>. a Utilities Commission

JUNE 30 NATHAN MAYO I of Dubois, Pa. and Mrs. Margaret j jI o < 10LbBag 69Cj

1954 Commissioner of Alriculture.I I: Smith of Erie. Pa. are staying at FRIENDS:
.t j a
Park-of-the-Palms for a few days I have had a wonderful response

Miss Gladys Tillis went to Lar- I -. x from citizens all over BLACKBURN

go for the weekend visiting friends. i iMr. the state who are supporting
me in my campaign. It is 1/2
and :Mrs Gordon Adams
I gratifying to know that so SYRUP
I, I went on a short trip to the Florida i iI i r many are sponsoring me in ,

west coast last week. i the interest of good government -
\ INVITED TO I II The annual exodus of residents V I am truly grateful for
) the votes and will of the White
going north for the summer has a good Any
" JOIN NEIGHBORS IN CELEBRATING started. Mr. and Mrs. Newil and people of this great state. i BREAD 1SC

Mr. and Mrs. Murphy will beI, + Improving public utilities by ,
and fair regula
GAINESVILLE'SA in few days. Mr. and .
leaving -
Mrs. Stitchberry leave next Tues- tion has been my aim and the :--.=- =-;;-=:-::: =:: ::::-=- :"<.- -= _.--< :_=- <- -- :_ ; .
( people who know my
II II(day for the Eastern Shore of are saying "Wilbur King is:

I ./ ,Maryland where they will visit. doing a good job." CANTomatoeslOC

I i I Mrs. J. H. Magee. :Mr. and Mrs I will continue to serve i

,Egan are planning to leave next 'I honorably and faithfully to
E B8no week and others will be following merit every vote for WilburC.
EI King on May 4.Sincerely.
I i Mrs. J. A. Williams left last I '

Thursday for Columbus, Ohio to': ..; ,

., _- -- __ _ti I visit her daughter, Mrs. E. A. WILBUR C. KING

[Timmins. She drove with Mrs. i iI I

I |Margaret to visit :r: : -:-= 4- :: <:-- <:.:-- --=--<:_-:-::: ::::I- :: ___
,off in Washington, D. C. GROUP 1

j WEEK OF relatives of both. Mrs. Hill will (Fold Ad<*rlittm enl/) Pd by Wilbur C. King Cnmpoiga Trees, Lbs

go on to Lafayette, Ind. and from IONS S 3 1ScI
\ there to California. I
i I I
FUN! W. B. Neel Jr., a resident ofj

Keystone Heights and a former j

Jacksonville automobile dealer j BOYS and GIRLS HAM BURGER Lb 39CI
l s : MAY 2nd to last died Saturday in a Jacksonville afternoon following hospital ;1! u. ,

a brief illness. Mr. Neel had beenin I

Jacksonville for the past three Ii Superior Sue Lb

MAY 8th weeks, part of the time in the 'I' ;pJ, I WE I INERS 29CI

.1 I hospital and part of the time visiting announces WINNER

_: his sister, Mrs. J. J. Garrison -J
e .., i ii
Funeral services were held I of PONY CONTEST
tUlUlAA.,, I
.,. Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the Holy CHUCK Lb.
Rosary Church, Jacksonville. Interment
r.. ,H I was in !St. Mary's Ceme

Sunday Centennial Day in the Churches FREE i MICHAEL SAM BALL, Age 8

Monday Military Band Concert, University Campus, SU': FREE +:i tery.The struck Keystone electrical last storm Tuesday which resulted of Cross City, Fla. Roast 27 ci

Fine Arts Association Banquet, Country dub ,
I in considerable work for with the name "CUFF"

Tuesday The Male Animal", a comedy, P. K. YOI1t. Auk FREE I the local electricians. Several residents I

torium, tickets free on request to c. of C. reported electrical appliances II i BiBPPPBBPBBPMMBMK g mvmem29C
knocked out and at least one fire
Wednesday Election of Queen, Florida Theatre FREE j resulted. The fire engine was call I I The makers of Superior Ice Cream wish to thank the Lb

University Symphony Orchestra and G3e CJniThurtd II ed out for a fire in a cottage belonging I thousands of Florida Boys and Girls for your entries in BOLOGNA

I. to Col. VogeL A telephone i
Superior Sue's "Name the Pony" contest. Congratulations i
Architectural Home Show University Campus FREE
Hogtown Hoedown Court House Square FREE'Election cable was burned out and I to the winner and better luck next time to those who did
telephones in one section were out Lb
of King of Beards FREE I of operation for a short time.A f not win. We hope you all will continue to enjoy SuperiorIce MULLET FISH 19Ci

Cream for it is grand, delicious, good food. I !'
' Friday Architectural Home Show FREE : group of the local Rotarians. .!I

I Banquet for Distinguished Guests their wives and guests enjoyed a I

; Centennial Ball Larry Police's Orchestra, Florida> fishing trip to Cedar Key last, Lb

Gymnasium, $3.69 per couple, (tax included) I week. They report the fishing not I \ i 0 LEO 19CI

II too good because of the weather

S.ttsrdayArchitectural Home Show FREE I I| but everybody caught a few. That .. <
, Gigantic Centennial Parade, 1:00 P.M. r ;:'night they attended a dinner at -::'::: '= :-- =:::- V::' -=:=- :_ .__: .==.::::: < .:- rii
> Odd Fellows Open House 'I{ i iI I
the hotel. There were 13 in the PLA\'TATIOX
Negro Spiritual Singing, 8:00 p.m. i 5 Lbs.Grit .
fishing party and about 30 at the :

Opening of City-Wide Golf TouraaeMBt I Ir II I I dinner. I

All Week : Gainesville's artists will work and explain their erafb in a pv2keon On Saturday. May 1, the Worn- With warmer weather coming on, refresh yourself and enjoy Iou of 33c
r South Side Courthouse Square. '.* ?* t" -+tAll 'an's Club will put on it's annual Superior Ice Cream Eat tome every tLJ,. It is good, .bol sonie !
f ;Fashion Show. Mrs. C. R. Smith food and your nearby Superior Ice Cream dealer has many popular

week : Florida State Museum travelliBg exhibit wiH t* oia fc vfcrurs ia tIN !'!who is general chairman reports flavon in alps,.txuu pints and 14 gallon famly paciaea .

bu&ses on. Courthouse Square. _- n***++*i..*ftit fr that a fine program has been Ice Ban tool I : ::-: -=-:_:-.. -,,,:-:: :: =":':fL:: : : =- _<_ .:_-,- .: .
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TfYYTYTTTTTYYTYYTYTYTYTYTTYYYYTTTYYTYTfTTTTTYTrTY,; we did $. avc some \ Correnti, Defendant. .NOTICK APPEAR I lot county affairs gained in my i state and federal sources and com- I
Case No. 10-439 IB Circuit Court Bradford Cvaaty.Floridat I term should help me to I plete our county's paring program
i : our return each time Oi rubliration And .Notice la Chancery I I! serve you and I pledge my I to carry hard surfaced roads to" all I
: FARMER'SE that the system To Appears State of Florida TOJ Floyd B. Hefner, Plaintiff, vs Eliza- ''effort' to work for the good of |I parts of our county, and to thus give FILL DIRTGOOD
pd Anthony Correnti. whose residence beth humor Defendant. i'County. I appreciate the recognition actual and definitely farm to market '
:I very few people are address is: Unknown.You : Case No. 10-437: I given our District by hard roads in our county.
II are required to appear on Notice To \pprar: '> selection as Chairman of the I I shall at all times in the future, RICH
5 5The i! ay 10 1954, in the above named To Elizabeth Hefner, whose idenie of County Commissioners ajid i;as I have in the past, welcome the
E DIARY3 One of the very and cause. wherein plaintiff and address is: Unknown.reai-j solicit and will appreciate your '. |advice and counsel of my friends in I
divorce. custody and control You are hereby notified and support. the county and shall do all within TOP SOILSee
I (and inexpensive too) minor child.Bradford suit for Respectfully, I my power to carry out their wishes
E author will b6 glad to receive 3 find helpful ui farming County Telegraph shall' Divorcehas L. L. Renfroe. for the best interest of all the peo- ,
this Older in next four been filed against you inha I pie of our I
___447 ft ir r items of Interest concernIng .. work gloves. issues. above named Court and cause and FOR SCHOOL BOARD The j I

;: the activities of farmers In i: feels like a sissy Witness my hand and official! you are required to serve a cot/ of DISTRICT THREE wide and election I hereby this time and is counfy- I.
1 Starke, Florida, this April i, 194;; your answer or pleading to the I hereby announce my all of urge request | I
Bradford County. Suggestions may 4 I them on, but when he my friends in all parts of BILL JACKSONJackson
:' SEAL) Charles A. DarDj complaint on the Plaiitiff's for member of the Board of the
be left at the Telegraph office or ing with barbed wire, As Clerk of said Court. Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221:: Instruction Bradford County Fla. support county me to and actively help and'
Marian L. Deputy Clerk. Graham Building, Jacksonville, from :District Three (Brooker, definitely assure Transfer Compan;
Sam and
mailed to I one all
McGarvey. Lawtey that
I I he finds he can work H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Build- Florida River). If elected I will -do everything j board my services on the
viII l
>e for
| less painfully. I' Jacksonville, Florida. and file the original in the office of in my power to prove my sin | meet jour approval.your interest and I Phone 165That's
By Sam McGarveyAALAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALALALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAk SIn for Plf. 4:9 4t 4/30 the Clerk of the Circuit Court. on cere desire to serve you honestly -E. L.
I i. I or before the faithfully, and with a strong determination I ) Crawford. -
-4 i 1 NOTICE OF APPMC\TIOV 10 day of May. 1934; I to improve our schools.I
looking back over FOR TX IJKEDHouxe otherwise the allegations of said earnestly solicit your vote I
takes we've made in Bill No. 1S62 Complaint will be taken as confessed I' support in the corning election. I

The weeds and grass were do- before them all the time freshwater think the worst one Notice is hereby given, that Ethel by yOW. -Howard C. Douglas. Our Business

ing a good job of catching the grit and oyster shell, and I the holder of the following This notice shall be publishedonce I A S S i
ing to raise hogs \\ has filed said certifi- each week for four consecutive FOR SCHOOL R04RD i ; ,
things we have planted in left I greens to eat. Sometimes when fences. We spent the I for a tax deed to be issued' weeks In the Bradford County Tele DISTRICT THREEI I If It's Glass We Have It!

field with Alice takes them scratch of n. The certificate numbers graph. hereby announce my c, CALL WRITE
so we got busy a hoe one / or VISIT
of first three Dated this 7 day of April. 1954.
our years years of issuance, the descrip : for member of the School Board i
and whaled away. The rows are I' the old ladies falls out of the coop hogs and of the property and the names (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby I District Three (ETooker, '
570 feet and it takes in her excitement. But does she which it was assessed are as fol- Clerk of the Circuit Court River) subject to the will of I
long, a long I I I But we still like hogs, : I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I voters In the May primaries. ; Joe Peters Glass Co.

time to get any where. There is I scoot off. delighted to be free! I i especially. No.. 71. Year of Issuance, 44t 4/30 !elected I promise to faithfully discharge

just as much work in four short No, indeed she can't wait to get I 1' ---- the duties of the office 1 FOR ANY GLASS NEED
la Circuit Court Bradford
> County.
I of Property SW 4 of I the benefit of the people of my district
rows that are equivalent, but I back where she belongs. Word ; Sec. 16, T. 7 S. R. :22 E. i' Florida: la Chancery.Charlotte and the county at large. w We Design Modern Store Fronts
I i Big New in which assessed: Pearl Mitchell. Plaintiff vs vote and support will be deeply
somehow: or other, long rows seem must have been passed around Ail of said property being Dees'l Hugh Mitchell, Defendant. I I preciated. Just Mail Us A Pattern for

harder. I the roost, that things were pretty ;!: Being ErectedBy of Bradford: State of Case No. 10-451'': -Stafford L. Crews. Table Tops
Order Of Publication And ...Notice]
S I U I bad when they were allowed to Chasteen Unless such certificate or certi-I i I I To \pprart !Mate Of Florida To: I FOR SCHOOL ROIRU : 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353
We had not finished hoeing a roam and had to scratch to make shall be redeemed according j I Hugh Mitchell, whose residence DISTRICT ONE ,
I law the property described in I and address is: Unknown.You .
side of a long row of green beans a living. I Additional facilities certificate or certificates will are required to appear on I I am a Candidate for School

and we did get it done later, but I! sold to the highest bidder at the May 17. 1954, in the above named District One (Lawtey). I am .
will be
vegetables home of this county and haw
Court and owner
house cause,
door on the first Mon- plaintiff
now we can see where the weeds Welcome to our neck of the ,; X 100-foot shed now in month of May, 1954, which Is j seeks divorce. been a resident of Bradford County

"stole the fertilizer". In that strip. woods to the Careys, who have 'I to the existing 3 day of May, 1954. i Bradford County Telegraph shall I for 40 Interested years. in the dexelnpment I For All T-jpesffest Control Phone or Write

the. bean bushes are a pale, yellowish just moved into I Dated this 2 day of April. 1954. I publish this Order in next four am and improvement of "..
the Miranda place. fice of Brownlee and -"}' SEAL) Charles A. Darby weekly issues.
green; elsewhere in the We met Tom and Frances, and I local seedsmen and Clerk of Circuit Court of Witness my hand and official! schools several for our grandchildren boys and girl that haying I FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
ford County, Florida. Erad-I seal at Starke, Florida this 14 April
row, the color is that dark green the little ones Susan, Tommy chants. 4/9 : 1954. expect to be educated in the !' !

you like to see. It will be interest- and Jimmy this week, and hope _- I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby of this county. They being the i AND CHEMICAL CO.
I The addition will and women of tomorrow. need I

ing to see what yield we get from that they enjoy living around hereas firm to handled as : HKCUSTKIl NOTKK OV FICTITIOUS INTKNTIOV: NME By Marian L As Crosby Clerk, Deputy of said Court Clerk schools the best with advantages proper possible training and i:f 2220 :N. W. 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.

that part. much Zach H. Douglas, 505; Lynch Build-
S U S as we do. Susan is very freight cars of produce Notice is hereby given that the lag, Jacksonville, Florida. If elected a member of the School I DEMPSEY R. SAPP, Owner
interested in the under the of Board I promise to serve you sincerely
egg productionthey It provisions Attjs. for Plf.
that 4t
expected they 4/16 5/7
Our berries are having a fine 20.953 Laws of Florida. honestly. giving the best of MOSS
are getting from their little CONTROLPECAN
dle and pack [ of 1941 will register With the IB Circuit my ability and service at all times j I
race with the weeds now. The flock. of the Circuit Court in and Court Bradford County,I 1 earnestly solicit your vote and
corn and string beans. Florida In Chancery.Rosemary TREES SHADE TREES
season has been a very poor one S S S I Bradford County, State of Flori B. Bothwell Plaintiff, vs.

for us, compared with last year Before it was necessary, we more Chasteen the northern said that upon of this receipt notice of,proof the of fictitious publica Alexander t J. Bothwell Case, Defendant.No. 10-442: I support on -Dan May 4th.W. Starling. I Contact Us Now For Estimates

and we are hoping that we can dusted our vegetables in left field I. I of Temple Drive-in, under Order Of Publication And Notice 'lo I Termite ControlHousehold
requiring a professional (' we are engaged In Business Appear! State Of Florida Tot FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONF.RDISTRICT
sell before the end of it.I with I
enough 1 5 per cent chlordane. Fori vegetables, whereas up ]I Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. That Alexander J. othwell. whose,rf'S- FOLK *
to put us ahead. We are pickingoff once we didn't wait until bugs, parties interested in said busi idence and address is 640 Ridgeda.e I hereby announce my I & Commercial
I time a farmer's pack are: Ann. for County Commissioner, District
with I rldge N. J. I
a lot of little berries chewed up things; by knocking) satisfactory.He Thomas, Box 225, Starke You are required to appear in Four (Theressa. Hampton, Graham). Exterminating

some fine big ones occasionally.We | the insects on the noggin with' May i7. 19J4;; in the above named .i, If elected. I promise to give faith- I I} I
stated that his firm Krochalis Gen. Del., Court and : ful, energetic and conscientious *
cause wherein plaintiff | Rodent
have quite a few green berries:I I poison before they get going, we I Fla. seeks divorce, alimony custody service to this important office Iwill Control

which may come along all right, :I: think we've prevented their running market fee, although this 9th day of April, A.D., and support of minor children.control at all times be ready to confer I|

but the bloom is slacking off now. : wild. ; to, and turn it over to 4 at Scarke, Bradford County, Bradford County Telegraph shall and advise with my constituentsand I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK
II I ers Market officials. publish this Order in next four work for the best interest of
S US I 4/9 4t 4/30 weekly issues. my district and the county as a
I done, he added to help Witness my hand and official seal whole. Your vote and support In I I
After twice planting corn we i Leo., our faithful watchdog had, the state market here. The Circuit Court In And For at Starke. Florida, this April 9, 1954. the May primaries will be '
stand his annual County, Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby apPffclated.:
have only a very sorry toI outing this week when will
Leon Norman be la Chancery. As Clerk of said Court I -Henry B. Hinson.
show for our work. The question: we took him to Lawtey to get j ,of buying; Jim Roberts Smith, Plaintiff vs. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

now is whether to interplant or i his innoculation against rabies. Justus Smith, Jr.. Defendant. Chas. P. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life 1----1 i iDISTRICT
i :supervise the packing f Case No. 10-452 I, Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. I'
whether to plow it all up again I He was very good, and seemed to :mediate steps; and I .NOTICE OF SUIT I I, Att>'s. for Plf. 4/16 4t 5/7 I II I hereby announce my candidacy i

and replant. The thing that makes like the new "vet", Dr. Bob Wil- I I will take care of state Of Florida Tos j for School Board District One I'i II |

us so doggone mad at the birds is j liams, very much, but when he lend.erage ,I Justus Krnilwurth Smith, Apartments.Jr., Garth I Primaries(Lawtey). in subject May. to I the am Democratic a propertyowner I "The

that the later the season gets, the, saw the other dogs he raised a .. No. 1-H Scarsdale "'e t. POLITICAL and taxpayer and, if elected Lightweight
to due to fuss. County, New York. I will serve my district and county All-Purpose Saw"S
harder it is grow corn
are hereby ANNOUNCEMENTS i to the best of my ability, always |
the earworms and other insects. S U S OTICE TO has been filed notified that >i, I keeping the 'peoples' best interest I I .- '
against in
!. Circuit Ceart. you r:
first. Your and active I
vote support
Thus, one pest is passing the crop Lately we've been wondering if above entitled cause; and that I-- : .
Florida IB ChaBrery. are hereby required I9 I': will be greatly appreciated. t !';;.;' '
if we make one, on to another Petal was bred because she is 27 Louise Currin Black well, answer with the Clerk to of this file I -H. C. Kelly. I : ,
Vi. Black well. NOTICE -
>s. Remus { .
it months old and calf But and to serve a I ---- I II M,
pest. Upon thinking over, guess no yet. Case the copy thereof il hear there are rumors over the ,
we'll plant over again as it wears just when we were thinking of \otlre To Apprar. plaintiff or the plaintiff's that I am a blind man, not i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
To Remus W. whose names and ad- pable of taking care of the dutiesof DI T. TWO (\. STARKE)
us out trying to make somethingout I carting her off to Gainesville to residence and address is: : areIessrs..: County Commissioner. I want to I I am candidate, for election as
market she showed Place S. E., Washington Fleming Jones, Scott & tell the people of Bradford County Board of
of a bad stand. signs of imminent and Warren a member of the County
You are hereby L. Jones, Es that I did have serious eye trouble I Commissioners for District Two MGCUIIOCHFamous
S S S motherhood, or should we !', and Charles H. Scott Esl
suit for last year. but with the help of our Bradford County.
Alice made the first berry jamof say cowhood. The big lummox is Divorcehas \' Barnett', 2. Florida flank, Building good Lord and doctors. I can see My record as a board member is .
been filed against yo again.I well known to the people of the entire -
the season and it seems to us still stealing Joy's milk; we'll above named Court and D.later than the 17th day of !May am fully qualified to take care county. My years of experience
to be especially good this I watch and see if calves of her you are required to serve of the duties of County Commissioner -
year. Model
your answer or you fail to do so, decree pro and will put forth every effort 'i Ion the boaiyl will be valuable In administering 33 Chain Saw
That may be because we've been own changes that. complaint on the I will be entered against for the good of the people and tax the business affairs of

without it for so long, but we ,'. .' S I Attorney Hollis V. [ for the. relief demanded in the payers of Bradford County at all I our book county.to all the My people record in is the an county open- .
Starke. Floridaand times. Your vote and support will '
rather believe that the jam maJe When we went to get Leo file the original In nature. of said suit being for be deeply appreciated. and it will reveal my efforts on Farmers} Pulpwood Cutters
all occasions
from berries around here is the treated, and when we went to or of the before Clerk the of the Circuit my hand and the Seal of Sincerely Gerald Adkins., e economy in our county's for strict financial business affairs I

best we've ever tasted. church on Easter we left our 10 day of May, 1954; Plaintiff.'s. Court at Starke Bradford and faithful, just, and honest Loggers. I

S S Roadside Market with our otherwise tne aueg: uviis Florida, this 14 day of FOR SCHOOL BOIRDDISTRICT administration. .
open .
D. 1954.
Complaint will be taken FItKI you me again to the Board
Who aaid hens "ain't got 'no berries etc., there with a note to tested by you. SEAL) Charles A. Darby hereby announce candidacy lof County Commissioners you can I

sense". Ours are shut up now in a customers to help themselves and This notice shall be Clerk Bradford of the Circuit Court. for member of the Bradford my County {depend upon me to see that our welfare The greatest chain saw builders in the ;
once each week for four County Florida. I funds and hospital funds are
[ School
little where they have feed leave the Needless to Marian L. Crosby, Board District Five (North justly' world McCulloch
coop money. say. tive weeks in the Deputy Clerk. Starke), subject to the Democratic honestly and properly han Motors Corporation, have .
I Telegraph. 4/16 4t 5/7 Primaries in May.I dled and administered. Throughwise
._ Dated this 5 day of am a native son; property own handling of our county's af. scored again! ;
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles The er and parent; member of the American fairs we will not need Us Increases

I Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the la Court County Of The Florida Couatr Judge, dent of Legion the Band Rotary Parent's, P.T.A.Associa-; presi- ." me to so and handle you our may affairs depend and upon to Imagine a thain saw for under $200.00 '

:: ;: KEEstate Probate.of II. B. Schofield tion; and a graduate of Bradford prevent taxes additional or increased especially a-McCulloch Model 33, the chainsaw
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR County High School. I on our people. My efforts for
IB fin-alt improving and enlarging sensation
Court Will support: Better School BuildIngs our road of the year.
GENERAL MACHINE WORK Florida Weatherspoon; IB Chancery.Betty FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION OF FOR Safe Transportation, Qualified I system work for will additional again go road forth.funds I shall from
Teachers. Playground
Equipment, This
Norman Lee Wilkerson, EXECUTRIX outstanding cutting tool weighs only
: WHOM: IT MAY Care and Repair of Buildings, More .
Case : CONCERN c
All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates : Education per Dollar of Cost. I __ __ ": -- .20 pound yet' it
Order of Publication and is hereby given that I have _, _- can saw through a 15-inch
Your -
vote and will be
Appran State of Florida my final returns as Executrix support I
Norman Lee the estate of H. B. Schofield. de- deeply appreciated. I II I tree in less than a minute. Saws fall :

residence You are and required address to is: for; that final I discharge have filed and my that peti I -T. T. Long. Wash Your Clothes power in any position, and cuts fast and

Red Seal Electric & Machine Shop Court May 10 and, 1954.cause.in the wherein Yawn apply to County the Honorable Judge of Theron Brad for I hereby School FOR announce SCHOOL Board from BOtRn my candidacy District' 9 Pounds close: to the ground. The 33 is amazingly

breka divorce custody County, Florida, on May 10 to use for felliug
for Three (Brooker and New River) easy bucking, pruning and _
F. W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager of minor child.Bradford approval of the same and subject to the will of the Democratic
County L final discharge as Executrix of voters in the May primaries I For 40c! limbing. Save your time, save your energy,'
106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla. publish this Order in estate. of H. B. Schofield, de- feel that I am well qualified for this
weekly Issues. position and if elected will serve save your MQNEY with a McCulloch Model!
Witness my hand and I 14, 1954. the people of my district and the FREE Breath If Desired !
-eal at Starke, Florida ) Annie P. Schofield, county at large to the best of my 33. It's the greatest value in chain saw
7, 1954; Executrix of the estate of H. B. ability. OWe
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Schofield, deceased. -A. L. GREEN. history! Only $

By Marian L.As Crosby.Clerk of : 4/16 4t 5/7 Will J g75 Delivered : .
Zach H Douglas. 505
Florida. the Court of the County Judge, FOURI
ing. Jacksonville
I Attys for Pit / ) Probate.Bradford County, Florida la hereby County announce Commissioaer.my candidacyfor District Dry Your ClothesFor Three other I larger McCulloch Model avalfablf! .

H. A. LawsonFOX I HE: The Estate of H. L. Brown- Four (Theresaa, Hampton Graham),,
.NOTICB OF \ Deceased. subject to the will of the Democratic Sales and
I FOR TIX DKKD .NOTICE TO CREDITORS voters in the May primaries. 20c parts service on McCulloch Chain Saws.
HOB, Bill !Ho. J! .11 creditors of the Estate of II. If elected, I promise to render the Earth Drills and Fire Pumps.
Notice is hereby given, Brownlee, deceased, are hereby: same faithful service to the people
Paul the holder of the and required to file of my district and the county as a la Yew Automatic Driers!
certificates has filed or demands any whole. that I have done in the pastI
cates for deed to I which they may will continued
FOB a tax appreciate your FLORIDA SAW
against said Estate in the Of COMPANY
and thereon.years The of issuance certificate, of the County Judge of KYad-: cooperation-and oupoortJessie P. ChASiam e .
County Florida, in the Court
tion of the property, and at Starke
BOARD in which it was assessed Florida, within 2727 N. W.
calendar 6th Street
lows: months from the date FOR SCHOOL BOtRD Gainesville, Fla.Phone.
the first publication of ; candidacyfor TheVasheteria\
Certificate No. 55. Year of this I here y announce my
DISTRICT NO. FIVEI 195%. Each claim or demand must: member of the Board of Public I AND
in writing and must state the i Instruction! District No.1. Lawtey
Description of Property: 1 (' of residence and post office and Bradford County I have worked Temple AJ' Starkg1rIwIL 1927 N. Marion St. 1675
want to take X. & S by 60 ft. 1-;. & of the school for five
this system
opportunity to com* into your homes and claimant and must: In the :
Cor. of Lot :2: of Plk. 27; baa driver and with the
sworn to by the as a
years -
claimant. his
hearts! for a little chat to let you know that I am a candidate atom Truby & or attorney, or the same will I I maintenance department. I feel ,I, ," : :__ f', Lake City, Fla.
NEVi of NEH, Sec. !8, void that I know most of the problems
for the School Board District No. Five. If the Lord so leads 22 E.Name 8, 1954.according to law. facing\ the schools in this county. :

you to support roe in the May fourth election I will appreciateit in which assessed: ) Madge BrownIes Chasteen I am a home owner resident of this all county of my .
been a -- --
and have
IclBi. Executrix of the Estate -- ----
of H.
very muck. I am not a politician. I am a business man and All of said property L. Brown, Deceased. life. I am 35 years old and have

God knows we need God-fearing basinets men aad women in County of Bradford State & Futch P. O. Box 18S. the worked county with and the feel boys that and I girls understand of- VOTE FOR AND ELECT
ida. Florida '
them and their needs. I also
the management of our school. I Unless such certificate for Executrix. have two boys whom I expect ta be
ficates shall be redeemed publication on April 16. 1954.! educated in this school system If WILBUR F.
Thank to law the property 4/16 4t 5/7 r elected. I promise to work with the ANDERSON
you such certificate or -. other Board members for the betterment -
be sold to the highest the County .Iadl;. '. Court of the Bradford County school

H. A. LAWSONHUNDREDS court house door on the And. For Bradford County, system YOURCIRCUIT
day in month of May. Your vote and support on I
is the 3rd day of May. Probate the 4ta appreciated
Dated this 1 day of I HE- The Estate of H. L. Brown rruman Norman -

(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Deceased. "'" JUDGE
County. Florida
4. THE ESTATE OF SAID DE- I hereby announce my candidacy ,'
I \ District ,
id"4 : for County Commissioner. EIGHTH JUDICIAL
to the i CIRCUITWilbur
II. : are hereby notified Two (North Starke) subject
| The Circuit Court Of instrument that a will of the voters in the Democratic I Iprimaries. Ii
I For Kijchta Bradford Judicial Coualr Circuit, la 'I the Last Will and purporting Testament to of sible office. If I elected promise to to this give respon-my i: F. Anderson is a native of Levy County is 45 years t

I; Rub Kramona Grant, decedent in this has Court.been You admitted to best efforts toward a progressive J of age. He is married to the former Marguerite Partin of / __ ____
Paul Vincent Grant. I I are here- and impartial administration of the I .
I >OT1CK TO A r" .' I commanded from within six calendar affairs of my district and the (!oun-I Kissimmee. and they have two daughters.: He ia a Methodist .. .
To: Paul Vincent date of the first whole, Your vote and
of details and economic- a Mason
are managed ty as Past .
residence and address is1: : of this Notice to ap- port will be appreciated.Ewell I ( D.D.G.M.) and Past Patron, Order of Eastern -

ally attended that only a trained and Mreet. Springdale Maine. in this Court and show cause, Lawson. Star. :' .:.5 :- .
You are hereby you can why the action of I _
careful organization can attend when I sUit for divorce has probate Court in admitting said Will FOR SCHOOL BORDDISI'RICl' [ He baa actively practiced law since 1931 and is serving his .

the urgent need for serving u at I I against you in the above should not stand unre- THREE j ji I' third term as County Judge of Levy -
Court and can4iSaCytot County, being re-elected ;
cause and you .... nereoy announce my I ..: .
hand. I'quired to serve a copy of SEAL) Theron A. Yawn ecnooi !:SOUl!. iJistnet setTee in 1952 without opposition. He has
served for
swer or pleadings to the Florida.Judge, Bradford County tttroocer r ew KiTen suoject to j approximately k .
Complaint on the of first tne wm or tne voters in tne j_ mocratic seven years as Attorney for Board of County Commissioners
ney, Carlos E. Harper. publication: April primaries ot aiay. i am a jme j
DeWITT C. JONES University Avenne, i 1JS4. 4/16 4t 5/7 long residence ot craatora'' and Prosecuting Attorney of Levy County. Judge Anderson

Phone Fla. Florida and file the NOTICE OF-INTENTION county, a veteran ot world war i '' was assigned by the late Governor Dan ,
7 Starke TO McCarty and Act-
office of the Clerk of ana a memoer ot me county
r-o-- I II 4 Court FICTITIOUS fcAMK ocratie JxecutlveomD1Jttee.1JIem-1 ing Governor
on or before the 1 I ;: Is hereby given that the Charley E. Johns as County Judge of Alachua
May 1954: otherwise the I elected i win aevote tne .
Funeral Director Ambulance Service tions of said Pill of Chapter' ,%053 under the provision time ua eitort to serve toe peopie I County during the illness of Judge H. H. McDonald. .
be taken Laws of Florida ot my aistnct ana county to tl1l
as confessed
Our IXA) tiucral I This Notice shall be by I of 1941. will register with the out ot my acuity, pieagiog courteous -, Judge Anderson is qualified by education, temperament and
ablaa of
h to otter the
cn u convenleaoea ani once each week for four { tircuit Court in and seine &.no impartial consideration -: legal experience to serve
Bradford faithfully
Mrvtcj not otherw1 mBable.W ''tive weeks in the County State of Flori at an timea. tour vote ana you fairly and impartially _
Telegraph Starke. Florida. upon of this receipt notice.of proof of publica support win M asepiy appreciates I as Circuit Judge and he pledges you such an administration

--.-__ i Dated this 2 day of of the fictitious Lao your connaenc wm not oemispiiceo. I of
J-rJ-w a-- rjrrE 1134. Crescent Motor Court un- aincereiy.: the duties of this high office.
which we are engaged in busi Ztu'i I
furaiaa the highest type cervle at lowest prtcet, mi (OFFICIAL Cleric SEAL of)the Charles on U. S. 301 south of Starke. -- A. Sapp. I

&aettpt AN r life Insurance policy In force, bated by ANT By Marian! I* Crosby and Margaret Pilce, Rt. FOB cocn-r DISTRICT COMMISSIONER TWO : Your Vote And Active Suport Will Be AppreciatedPoL

company u payment tn part or in full oa a faaertL / 215.this sole owners. I am a candidate for County Cora- ,
Consultation earrlea no obUgittoa. U0rr.it C.art. Bradford at Starke, day Bradford of April County A.D. missioner of District Two (Precinct' ( Adv Paid for by WQbu F. Anderson)
flsflfls ri Florida la Ckaarery. TfNorth Starke) subject to the I
rsnj-rssrs tSSSS.ssrgsJrrr r rn.! Theresa Maria
Correnti. the.people in the Democratic -
4/1S 4t 57 ,
Primaries In May. The knowledge' --- --4



---- FRIDAY, APRIL SO, 195

TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTm parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythand of Starke. I I ed
t Thigpen Aberdeen-Angus bull, and he Description S. T. R. Acre Onmrr Taxe lJ..rriptioa S. T. R. Acres O".atr 'faxes:
sons and sister :Mrs. Johnny Mr and Mrs. Thomas Wads- recently bought six head of pure-
sideof State
HAMPTONby Knight his brother, Vernon returned worth of Bunnell were weekend bred stock to add to his herd, thence run N 28 (t. Original Town .f
MarkeLots :s 6 22
| with him for an extended guests of their parents the G. which is kept on a pasture bor- then W 70 ft.

visit. I P. Wadsworth's. Thence S. 20 Ft. 5, 7 of Blk 1) Mrs. W. T. 11.aJmU ..r-
Mrs. \Vm.V.. Hammond dering on Hampton Lake. Thence E 70 Ft. >! "
parallel with Lake Lots 1. 3 of Blk 16
J. M. Garrison of Vernon, Ala
A AAAt AAA I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTPINE YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Avenue to I'OB. Pearl G. Beta 58.01 except West !5 Ft. Carl Ritch
I I returned home Saturday after brook Com at a Pt. 20 Ft. The E 30 Ft. of

Mrs. F. B. Hall, son, Bruce II I 1 spending a month with his daughter purse-size fountain pens in X of the Cornerof Lots 2, 4 ttf Hk
pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brad- State St. and 22 Leon DicandroUtIag.ton _
daughter, Francis, Miss Connie Mrs. B. L. Barnes and family.He LEVEL ford County Lake Ave and on
I ; 1
\V side of StateSt.
Sweeney and Sonny Hartman of was accompanied by Mr. and Truhy
i & Thence run aad Out Sub HIT
Gainesville were recent guests of I Mrs. Wylie Williamson of Starke. by Sirs. II. :M. McRaeaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. N 20 Ft. Thence .f W% .( :>UK .3 8 2.:
: I W 70 Ft. Thence W% of Lot 1 of
Mrs. Vernon Slade. I W. W. Hammond has been laid Jessie R. Chastain
X 20
Ft. Thence Blk 1 Amos 'Wlllian ;
Mr. and .Mrs. Don Hill and up for the past three weeks with County Commissioner W 30 Ft. Thence Lot 2 of Blk 1 :tlIzdbethie..,>,

children in Jack- bursitis in his neck and shoulders. \ S 60 Ft. Thence Agt. ;. :.'
spent :i We had a large attendance at E 30 Ft. Thence E% of Lot 4 and S

sonville.Mr. i iI I j Mrs Ena Nazworth has reentered I'church and Sunday school last I Ji 20 Ft. ThenceE 25 Ft of EL of
I 70 Ft. to FOB.Tonn Lot 3 of Blk 1 Ella line Tu<.ke! :" : ,.1
and Mrs. Edward Saxon the Clinic in Starke. Alfonso Griffis ".ft
I Hospital (Sunday and were glad to have I I Lot 341 Pt. NitS

and daughter, Gail, were recent Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskins many visitors from different of l.autrri by 60 Ft. E &

visitors in Perry.Mr. I former Hampton residents, now I towns over most of the} state. Too I' v :...t or itv:in 1, 25:::t, :6 5 W Lot in| of SE Blk Cor 27 of Humor! Adk.as: .

and Mrs. Frank Williams of Palatka ate rejoicing over the many to mention all their names. I II I :g Lot 3 and N 25

and children spent the weekend in birth of a son. Rev. Hall brought the message.I I I All Lot 9 that portion of Sadie Crawford !.IO Ft.Elk of S3 Lot 4 of Emma Hugh? .'

Orlando. I Miss Josephine Thomas of I We are sorry to report that I lot 12 Hast of Lot 2 and E 2 Ft.
of Lot :3 of Blk
Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, Mrs. I Gainesville spent the weekend at Mrs. Viola Cheshire has been ill I Old Lawtey & 36 It.1.1 Little -,

Robert Cox and Mrs. Richard | her home here. since Sunday afternoon and wish I Cum Middleburg at SW Cor Rd of Calvin T. liana C.M : E 60 Ft. of Lot 1
i of Blk .,
44 A. O Jt'nl-.n" :
May attended the Child Portrait Mrs. Percy Sullivan son Percy her a speedy recovery. She is'I I r Lot 100 ft.17 and far a run POD E S 30 Ft. of Lot 1

exhibit at the Roosevelt Hotel in I and Mrs. Alice Jones of Theressawere making her home here with her I Thence run N 137 of Blk 47 :Matte I.u. '1:'eKrm

Jacksonville Thursday evening.Rev. business callers here Satur- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Ft 137: Ft.E. W 75 75 Ft.Ft.S Lot 2 of Elk' 48CM Sail:*,er& .l."<.. 4 ?

and Mrs. R. C. left Speaking to '" of friends. William- I _
Gray day morning.Mrs. Mrs. Robert Starling. cups to FOB. Louisa Brown H.4

Sunday night after church to at- Fannie Meads has returned Mrs. Russell Thomas and chil- neighbors and s'mpoiteis throughout Com at S\S' Cor of UriaC Truby ami
Lot 17 and run E
tend Bible Conference in Chatta- to the home of her daughter "dren were visiting Mr and Mrs. the county during the past 175;; Ft. N 100 Ft. .. AiM 23' 6 53

nooga, Tenn. the R. C. Gray Sr.'s Mrs. Vernon Slade after spendingsome Henry Williams at Melrose Sun 'week in behalf of my reelectionto for a FOB Thence .4 Blk 5 :air Mike
N 104
run Ft. E
of Tampa spent the weekend here time in Jacksonville.Mr. I' day afternoon.Mr. the County Commission) Mrs. 126 Ft. S 104 Ft Lot 1, 2, 3 of Bik Mai: H ft'a :_ 'I

and the little Gray children re and Mrs. William W. Hammond and Mrs. Robert Lastinger I Jessie R. Chastain said, "I am delighted 1 W Lot 126 100Ft.B&Ft to FOB. Mabel Jenkins 5.60 10Lots :MrMike

turned to Tampa with the grand-i and daughter Willow Ruth. lof Gainesville were visiting Mr. with the splendid interest Whyl37Ft.N& :31.uucca 14. I Iv

parents. I I I were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. B. }I. McRae Sunday. and promise of support my candi- S in SW Cor of 7, 3. 9 of Blk :\11 Mike
I land Lot 17
Thomas J. Aycock, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks i I their son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. i The Home Demonstration Club dacy for re-election to the Coun- I Sr. 14.39 11 M.m.ccaFU.nie U'

and daughter, Debbie of Gainesville I John Hammond on Crystal Lake. met at the home of Mrs J. W. ty Commission is receiving throug- ,,TV 376 160 Ft. Ft.of Lot Of 17 N Aaron JenkinsIsaac .98 E!4 of Lot 1 and

were Sunday guests of their Russell Dyal of Gainesville spent McRae on Tuesday afternoon of i out the various sections of Brad- 1 Lot 100 Ft EV of X 2 Lot% Ft.:2 except of-

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks the weekend with his daughter, I, last week. Miss Dorothy Ross gave ford County". 'I Cor Squaw of Elk in 18 SW 4 & Lillie Blk 14. Temples Ann
and family. I I "The of who Add to Starke 23 6 22 Updike :,'
Sr. Mrs. B. W. Roark a demonstration on cooking. people our county I Felder 1J.89

:Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest Mrs. Weathersby of Branfordhas I don't know what it was, but I I have closely followed the affairsof Cnm Klk at 18 SW and Cor run of N Lots 1. 2. :3 of Blk

returned home after spending know it was good. our county government, know; 274 Ft. for a FOB. !G. Temples Add
and children of :Miami spent the I IIi to Starke 28 C 22 A V*'. llaM 'i- 41 i .,

weekend with their mother, Mrs. several days with her sister, Mrs.T. Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. B. M. Mc that my record as a County Com- I I Thi Ft N'*< e 102 run Ft W E SO 80 E'1of Lots 1. 2. 3

t T. F. and J. Alderman and family. Ii attended missioner has always been progressive !1 Ft S 102 Ft to FOB Eliza McClenton 7.06 of Blk 29 Peeks .
Brown brother, Topsy and Rae and daughter Shirley Add to Starke U' p henry G. Gi.lfI ; '- ;; .:

family. I I Miss Dorothy Ross of Starke I the Bridal Shower given in and constructive. I have '[Lot ion 2VA:Ft. except N lIabel Green Com XE 4 of SE't run
Mr and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. i was a pleasant caller in town honor of Miss Shirley Kelly at the always been a strong advocatefor .. 3IcCrary 17.30 N 400 Ft. to POBThence
I better roads and Improvements Lot 27 J. W. Barber 1.43
I county -
and son visited relatives in Palat- Monday. home 01 Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jack- IW... of X 335 Ft easterly
Maxwell spent the and will continue my I IIi L.nt0: JIL Moore t.11 C48 Ft. to a Pt
ka Sunday. I Mrs. W. H. son at Starke Tuesday night of 190! Ft. N of V, sec. -
weekend with her daughter, Mrs.A. last week. efforts in this direction as long as I'F'4 of'. X 335 Ft line Thence N 99.5
Mr. and Mrs. Birt of 1..11 31 Isaac Felton ::1.10
Eugene .
were W.Hayes
Ft. to E.
M. Burris and family in Jack- the citizens allow me to serve on kvLa, of EG; of N
Mrs. R. C. Cannon of SID Thenl'eWestf'rly
hosts to Mr. and
a Pot Supper, demonstrated I "
I the County Board". :333: Ft. of Lot
637 Ft.
by Mr. and Mrs. Faulkerof sonville.Mr. Palatka were visiting Mr. and i 31 except X lot to V,!> Sec line I
the deathof
I Following untimely Louisa Brown 4.10
Starke and Mrs. Paul Green of I Mrs. Robert Starling Sunday af- Ft Thence S 13.8 Ft.
Thursday evening. UII:
husband Commissioner Tom i S 16i Ft. of Lot 32 Allen Scott .
Mrs. my to POB 32 2JC I.J T Jones f% ; 1 ,
called on his aunt Will Lee 8.48
Daytona I II 42
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I ternoon. Lot
I Chastain who served District Lots a, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10,
Home Rev. Vernon Slade and grandmother, dinner I Lot 54 except 1 Lot 11. 12 of Blk 2.
and Mrs. Bob Gray, The H. M. McRaes were in IIW Corner &
I Four for several terms. Governor E. W. Hayes S/D 32, 33 Z2 R'-v RoaikE 4 ,;
Fannie Meads. 5.-6
Mis. G n. Pearce
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson, guests of Mr. and Mrs. RobertMyrick Fuller Warren appointed me to Lot a5 Lots 7. 8. 9, 10. 11.

Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Nazworth and and mother Mrs. Sue I wsoFt.ofN110 12. 13 of Blk 4 E.
fill the unexpired term. In the W. Hayes SiP 32, .33 6 22
Mr. and Mrs. Ft. of Lot 6 Ott's I. Sweat I I I7
Mr Starke called
and Mrs. Eddie Allen. son of Myrick Sunday. Also visited Mrs.
May 1950 elections I was opposedfor S/O of Lawtey
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jacksonof Fred Haislop and children and Reddish and Mrs. Margie'Under- S....". 23. 24. Z5, tl Ii %! Alexander Tucker 9.98 Linraln Cityf (SS4 .f
of a full four year term by two S 205 Ft of Lot 6tot's 56114 1y/ 32 6 23
and Mrs. Haislop
Staike formerly of parents Mr. afternoon.
Hamptonare hill Sunday
candidates winning handily in the SID of Law-
the proud parents of a 7 lb. Pine Level visited the Knights PFC William Starling returnedto tpy St'f'''. 23, 24, 25. 16 5 22 Sam Brown 13.39 Lots 1, 2 of Plk 3 Hattie StaikesBei 6 >,'
first primary."I Lots, 5. 8 of Blk 5 I is ItoOnif S bLots
son Randall William born Satur- S Ga. Monday aftera It; 140 Ft. of SE'4of 2 3 of Blk CLots Hattie Star!....
((1day. Ft. Benning shall always hold a warm 8W14 of NWI4 25 Ii 22 .7 Manuel McNeal 1'0 4.u;
day April 24th at the St. Vin- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon short leave here with his mother. 5, 7 of Blk 6 Louise Johnson 4.u t 7
spot of appreciation in my heart SK'of NW4 of Lots 1. 4, 5, 7, 8
cent's Hospital in Jacksonville were hosts to a Pot Supper Mrs. Alma Stalling We are i for the wholehearted confidenceand SW'4 25 Ii U 10 John Allen 5.8- of Blk 13 Hattie St.ttke> ; 1:1:
Johnny Mr. and Mrs. I brother S\2 of NFI4 of SEy Lot 1 of Blk :3 I except -
Knight is recuperatingat I'' demonstrated by glad to report that his loyal support which has always of fW 1 25 Ii 22 5Ilile C an.'"..10 N 200 Ft. J.

his home and getting along as Faulkner of Starke I at the homeof Tommy is very much improvedafter been evidenced by the votersin W 2 A of N"01- M. Johns S/D of

weD as can be expected. I Mrs. Ethel Tidwell recently. serious illness. SEti of NEil, 26 5 22 2 nobert Austin 3.18 KE>4 of XEL, 33 S n 1 Gerhard C H.Ahrt .
District Four. I feel certain SW14 of SW1.i of ndl I Ii 1u0 .
I 1st Class Petty Officer Otis C. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rev. and:;! Mrs. Hall visited the the citizens throughout Bradford I NE'. 16 Ii II 11 A. Paul lU5 Com at NE Cor of
Forsyth Miss 1.23 A as dese indeed XKV of KEh ran .
of Crews
Moorehead Mrs. Ethel
C. Haddock
City bedside! of Mrs. R. M. Alvarez at I
County will not only examine my noOk 68, W 299 Ft for aPOP
spent a weekend pass with his : Betty Durling and Mi and Mrs. St. Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- record on the County Commission page 463 28 5 22 1 B. 1. Wilkinson, Thence S 192
Jr. t.3 Ft W 50 Ft. S.
: ville Monday. She has been ill carefully and impartially, but they lv':-. of SW14 of 900 Ft. W 50 Ft.

I I several days. We wish her a will feel "one good term justifies Nlv'y of SEJoi 21 I 2% Ii Isabel A: Dotsey N 1092 Ft E 100
Newsom 4.00 Ft. to roB fying
Vote speedy recovery. another". SW, of NW-'r4 ofinp. S of Old Starke
and N', of and Green Cove
Ewell Lawson We were glad to have Mr. and' Since being widowed by the XWt, of SWU4 of Spgs Rd. ::1-1. n C. R. Jackson 1.,69

For Mrs. S. M. Whitehead with us at death of my husband I have been Sw'4 27 Ii U la B. L. Wilkinson Com at SE Cor of .
Jr 18.311 NE';, run W 210
I church Sunday after him being active in county affairs, and have W I'; of SE1. of Ft. to FOB

confined to his bed with illness. devoted considerable time and SW'l's and E'4 of Thence 945 Ft? IV
a 8W1. of SWt4 IS I n 10 n. A. Prescott lU3 to Starke Thence
r FOR I energy to my commission duties Lots 16. 17. 18, 31 K 769 Ft. ThenceE .

Registers Join spear-heading many county beautification Woodlawn n Ii n U Gertie B'rownin' 711 Ft. S 200
I lIlies 13.31 Ft. E 4J4 Ft S 359
road and general im- SWI; of SW1. of Ft. W 210 Ft. S

County Commissioner I Breeders Assn. provement programs.I XE% sa IS 23 10 Unknown 5.06 210 Ft. to FOB 34 C 23 i 17 Paul Buran li.21;
I Lot g ID Peets- Com 220 Ft. S from
'. Freeman Register and Son. am a member of the First vme IS Ii U I floss Strong 5.06 XW Cor of NE%
Christian Church of Hampton, also Lot 9 In Peets- of NWU and run S .
: DISTRICT TWOSince owners of the bulk Gulf stationin Forest .111e 35 Ii %! Ii Green &: Strong 5.06 210 Ft. E 420 Ft.
Starke. have been elected to member of The Supreme I A in NW 'or 01 N 210 Ft. W 420

Woodman Circle, and have been SEW of NW1. 15 I U 1 'W'IUiard &: Ft. to Reg. 34 6 23 2 Vasco Forsyth 7.irII
membership in the American Lot 8 of Blk 1 Security :
County Commissioners are now elected prominent in child welfare work I Crawford 3.1 -
Breeders Asso- X\\"I; of SE'4 of HomecSite .
by county wide tote, I take this means oft ciation. throughout the county. I will appreciate SE44 5 6 2E 11 Enos Anderson 13.!! in XW% of JCWtf 25 6 22 Ira. Wm. Hanko 75

soliciting the vote and support of each and your vote on Maj 4. 8.R Acres as deco Ino..f'd Lots !. 9 of P.lKI: .-
Register has had over 20 head Ek 10, pg J.a.ks Rlnglllf'T
feryoter in the count). Since I hate to work for a living of improved stock and a register I -Jessie R. ChastainPd. 473 10 6 22 U E.C. Taylor 1.11 Ht. in NEbs of ,

operating my own business h will be impossible to make a ( Pol. Adv.) \\\11 of "W% 01 NE% JS 625 XL B. Minis 3 75
SEt. 11 S 22 10 J. 14. Lancaster 4.:7: W% of SE& of SEi

countywide canvass and see each one of you in person. Therefore I & SEVi of SE% of
NOTICENotice W% of NE'4 of SE% 4 7 28 M Dr. E. M. Webster (SSJ
I will it if will this
appreciate you accept message as a NW'; of 8\\4 It. 23 5 Eo K. penyman 18.U Com 210 Ft. F. of

personalisit and give me your Vote and Support on May t. is hereby given that the following described lan,[!' will be W U9.5 Vt. of S\VL NE Cor of NEH of
old at public auction on the 2Sth day .of May. 1954 at Starke. the of SW'4 of NW" XEH and run S
County of Eradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes S of County Gr 210 Ft. E 420 Ft.
Thank you, herein set opposite to the same, together with all costs of sue''i sale and nd 15 6 L I nud..lph BlTtan '.li Ft. N 210 Ft. W
EWELL LAWSONNOTICE advertising. S% of SW14 of SEW 410 Ft. to roB i 'I 22 Z Susie Miller :9.19
and SWI'f of SE% Lot 14 of Elk Ii
of SE1, 15 6 23 30 E. E. nom 11.71 Hampton 19 f 22 OfeajTB I. Shafer 50
nrnrrlption S. T. R.4crea. Onarr TaaesAll NF'; of SEL4 of SEH of XEHSWH 21 7 22 4* Oscar Gnffi I iL S9

NW% 1& 6 M 10 P. T. Tyson 11.6 of NWHX 22 7 22 40 Oscar Griffis 1\. 30
WVi of NWH & Bee at intf'r"ef'tion % of SW% of -SEH
NWH of SWH of of State Rd 16 except Ry 28 t 22 18 Tyden Yarn U 49
E of River 38 5 20 44 C. U. CrensR. a 7.1! with S line ofNF.L Blk 6 except Lots

Lots 13, 14 of Blk of SW" run 3 thru n, Hampton -
:29. Town of New w 210 Ft Northwesterly Park KE14 of
River 23, ** 6 20 C. BaMree 24:: 210 Ft E SEH Sec. 31-SWH!
SW'of SEH S3 I U 10 E. W. Hodges 1.;-. 210 Ft. Southeasterly i of NWH & WVi of

S4 of SWH Of 210 Ft to XWH of SW% of
. SW, 34 I 2* 10 Queen Esta Gantling 4.28 ron. 17 C II 1 Claude A. Morgan 5.45 Sec. 32 7 22S Mrs Sarah
S'\1. of NWHSS 3 1 20 40 }:. W. Hodges 1.73:: S% of SElf of SWI, Druuer 4 S3

It hu- repeatedly been brought to our attention by or Lot 12 except of NWy4 17. 22 5 Annie Goodwin 13.!! X 100 Ft. of S 525
1/3 Acre In SW W% of NW14 of Ft. of that portion
tndhlduaIsho are under the impression that UIIF hunsatisfactory CorLot 1 1 29 I 10 R. G. Allen 5.97 SEI4 OX R W 18 6 tl 10 Vaseo Dankerson 5.OS of NKH: of
:3 except 15.7 WI of NE% of NW% W of Rd. 12It 22 1 Elizabeth J.
in this that Channel 36 isn't
area on
acres to Ernest SEIi, 18 6 22 20 Geo Goodwine 5.80; t l.anacan 4.U
full power. These assertions are incorrect. Channrl Edwards and E* Com 91 Ft. N of SE Lots 2. 9, 4, 5. of .
cf N'.. of Lot i Corner of S'WJ4 of Blk D, The Haven
36, WJI1P-TV K on full power and is being received find Lot 5 and lIo'W\4 and run W' S'T> of NWH of
SVi of Lot -I 1 T :0 158V.. E. BUrnam. Jr. 11.79! 239: Ft N 51 Ft. NW% 13 9 22J A. S!' Leath 41.0
dozens of customers.Unfortunately .
satisfactorily by our E 239 Tract 1 B, Mt.
\ 3'4 of Lots 7, Ft. 9' 11 Ft
8. 9. 10 7 T to 177 W. E. Bigham Jr. to FOB !1' U Lucille Easton 7.1i Pleasant S/D 22 Fred Dodd 310
it cannot ta received beneficiallywith of SW% of Lot :3 of Blk 3 Sun- Tract 11, Carl V U-
SWH except E 3 ny Acres SID Z1. II koff S/D of NWVi .
an installation of the lowest cost.V can how- 17 R. G. Allen 4.24 ILA. Hanusa 3.11 11 I
acre S 1 10 Lou 4. 5. I of Nk of SWH 21 Bernice A,

*>er, with a moderately priced antenna !system using Lots 1. 2, 10 itCityBlk 3 Sunny A. SID 21 6 23 LiDnle DeSoe 7.U Herring 9 94
All W
t Ward % of Elk 5
599 11.4 A in SE Cor of
only finest materials: and superior techniques, guaranteeworthwhile a T 20 Go B. Parker S of P. 4E of SE<4 of XWH andN
6 of Blk 1 W line of NE'4 of
Lot 5.49 320 Ft. of NEH
reception. We offer a free demonstrationwith Ward City a 1 to Mrs L. A. Green S\14 Temples of SWH except 2

no obligation. SiD 21 6 32 5 Rufus Rlpby lU3 lots to Robert J.
Lots 3. 4 of Blk 18 7.S3
Ward City I 'I U Gay narrell Dodd 13: > 22 14 Fred 8. DoddRKenriew 81.14
Reno "nh Dir U
Blk 3 of Govt Lot
Lots 5. 6. 7. 8 of
J. W. TBOBUISEveryn 5.04Rlk iW% 01f:% ofYFv 23 22
2. Lakeside S/D
20 Ward City"S T It Interprises -
4. WV4 oft
SEVi of SEHSU 6 T U Inc 6n 17
19M L:% of SE1 21 8 :, W :30 Ft. of E 730
Radio TV Seat Covers of SW% of NW14 H. H. Mott .!..4
Upholstering SE of
: and SWH of SWHNEVg U T Zt Ft. of %
Elk 10 Lots
of SEH exceptS except NE% 24 t 22 10 Fred 8. Dodd 7.5!
A YEAR'S EXPERIENCE IN UHF 6 acres, and except 7 and" 8 Leslie Best 3.16 Lot 2 desc as start-
Lot of Elk 18 Marie Dukes 4.67 ins at NW Cor or
2 A in SW Lot 1 of Elk 19 Wilbert Hughes t." SWH of SE% of I
Corner of NE'4 of
Lots 5. 6 of Blk 19
Sarah F. Jenkins 3.0C NEST Thence run S
SEH and WH of Lots ',. 4 of tlk 19
Josephine Bass 3.06 i 61 dews :29! min E
of SE%
Lot 2 of Blk 20
Eddie Burroughs :3.0C 48 Ft. to roB X
I except portions S Lots 1. 2 of Blk 21i Lonnie Flowers I.Uliahlt.a 45 dells E 775 Ft.
of Brooker Rd
20 73 H. H. Mott
and SEH of NEH 1C 1
i Sob Div 21 8 23 degs W C40 Ft. N
.Ml NWH of SW'xN I
I William C. Green 5.47 61 -degs 30 min. W
23 t 20
of Rd
1 20.22 Lots 5. 22 of Blk 1 T. C. Reed 1C.74 I 104.2 Ft. to POBCom 24 I 23
w-Sof SEt 11 i 21 80 L. C. demon Lotti. of Blk 1 Eliza Morns 20.76 I at SE Cor of 3 James E. TTuntnn 9 5'

NWH of NEH and Lot 8 of Blk 1 Aaron Holiey 2." SWH of NW% and
ill that portion of Lot 24 of Elk 1 Ben Davenport 8.C9
ran X 35* Ft. fora
U. S. 301 at X. City Limits -W i, of NE% Lot 1 of Blk 2 Ike Jones !.ti6 I POP Thence run
a h,.'h lies N &: .
Lot :.t of Elk 2 Levy Lennon
19! .59 %.61 W :30 Ft. X 350
Starke, FU. 1.f: SR No. S229 33 i 21 79 Donald 1. Alvarez Lot 4 of Blk 2 Rosa
Evans!' 2.66 Ft. E 330 Ft. S
\ SWH E of Lot 5 of Elk 2 Nola BarrenTola f.n I 350 tSF46oofPOSwv 25 S S3 3 Minnie
Lot 11 of Elk 3 Jones t 54
Special Sunday Dinners 'r and all W'sVWH Little !.6I S% of
E of Lot 13 of Elk 3 Sampson White 2.66 I of I"W< % %5' 23 5 Mae B. Speed.
1 Lot Iving in S\'I\
KiT 19 t 22 10) W. n. EdwardsJr.
S SANDWICHESBARBQUE 30.05 of NWW of 5E% W 5'fc A of N 1/3 of Act 7.3!

NW E of liver It I 22 It W. n. Edward, 100 Ft. N & S by XEH of SWH3t4 25t t U 8 John Davit
Jr. 19.94 50Ft.Jo1.iW-* of SE% of" 12 8fSW4
CHICKEN & RIBS sw,4 of Lot 14 inWotvdlawn deso in Deed Boob 25 23
2B.. J. I
71. Pare 215 22 6 22 Frank 5 95
IS SNV. 22 Z Carlton G."WUHanis Ward 5.1C 1 Lot an deer deed
;.f0j Com at S'or of Bk 5!. Pare M &
Curb Service12. P.M.: 'j .. of Lott 441k SWS of S\VH and Deed Bk; 57 Pas I ,I
I' Woodlawn19" .. S 22 5 t.: J. AId .... 2.71 Pun S. 210' Ft. E- 4U n. 1& I U i
Open 6 A.M. 12 P.M. El Rancho Steaks EH of NWH of 100 Ft. for a POB Albert YanXettaKdoeU 41 '.q I Iladaa
SK', 23 5 22 19 Elizabeth Prince thenre run S 109
l I BirtellIX S.5S Ft. E 259 Ft. N Stark :33.36 9 4 J i
a 190 Ft. W 259 Ft. t
HERB THOMAS Town ol 1...fry to roB 22 ,6 23 Lioaie Tyson Lot 17 Hall ,
Steaks "r...l or RY ::3:5 = et al K.72 Lot 2i Mary E McCann 24 14 :
RESTAURANT NWV 4 of SEU of Lot 4i Joha L. Hall, Jr. !O.:2
Chops and Lets 7. 9 of Blk E R Thomas S4S SF. 4 22 6 25 11 June Karuty 17J4 ,Lot U T- D. Whlddin. Sr. 2< 14 I
Blk 9 Pearl 0. UeinH. 9 Mllt.30 ,Lot 1. Indian Beach \
U. S. SOl at S. City Limits i 1 square acre in SE
Blk 11 except_Lot I C. Harley Cor of NEH of Unit N.. i IS I 23 L.: C. Campbell 28.;J5 !
St&rke, FU. Seafood 554 of Elk ell Cefc F. Young 2.60 SWV, 21 c :: 1 Latter Jackson Ui Lot 2. Indian Reach ;
Half Blk 7 Charles DiakinaHenry 1.43 W 90 Ft. of N 105 Unit NIL I 15 I '2' RGbert j 4iavin 3' 3.. !
Specializing InO1'ED One Lot S3 "Ft X & AliLOliE of PtiS I IU
Ft. of E'w! of -
, OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY Sby100ftB& W NW 4 of SE14 of U a f 2. !ItE.. J. Alderman 5.85.L I II

Weekday & Sunday on W side of StateSt. \ except W 43
OPERATED AND bounded N by Ft 2* c 2! Eugene Hunter(7 .
DINNERS Peeve and S by WV of SEA of SEUof
Griffis G Griffis NEIL except W
et-al C2.37 66 Ft and ExceptE TAX COLLECTOR '
Com at a pt. at Cor. SO Ft %S 6 25 2 Edna B. Mllb 1U2 BRADFORD COCKTr. FLORIDA :
of State St. and W 66 Ft of SEVi of t
Lake Ave. aad W SEt4 of NEV n $ K 1 Percy Sullivan 33.33 4/30 4t ;5; 21 :




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FR>DAY, APRIL SO, 1954 u___ __

r Ij I St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. ,.,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,..,... .,.'t''t''t''t'''''''t''t''t'I I FffMTftTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTfLONG ter Linda Mr. and Mrs. T. B. I Wait familr. |meeting with prayer.

I Edwards, and Mrs. Eva Harrell.i] Dinner guests of Mr- and, Mrs. > Miss Dorothy Ross home demonstration -

Raymond E. MacBlain HE1LBRONNBy I >BRANCH i.Mrs. Rita Brown and Mr. and W. E. Bigham Jr. and family on agent, gave an inter

Schedule of Services I .I: Mrs. W. A. Brown and daughter 'I'I Friday were Mr. ands Mrs. A[. A.i i esting talk on the seven base

II Beth, of Dunnellon. Mi. and Mrs Abrams and family and Mr. and foods explaining the importanceof
SUNDAYS Mrs. .\ncel Bormanuaua.uaauuauaauu by bits 3. L. Stricklandand ''I
j Hugh Rahn of Raiford. and Mrs.: :Mrs. Robert Hiers and family all each to our daily diet. :Miss
9:45 a.m., Church School 111
i Jimmy Lang Srarbrough and children of Lake of Gainesville. Ross also gave an interesting
a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; j
Service I, A&&&&&&&&&&&&..&.&&&&&&& Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mrs. C. S. Kelley Mrs. L. L.J i demonstration on how to make
6:30 p.m., Young People's This saddenedto I
I community was Mott. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman ]i Dyal and Mrs. J. J$ Persingerwere ,,I salad dressing for congealed salad
I League. learn of Fred! The Ebenezer Church will havea '
the death
Church At The TabernacleI of of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. visiting in Jacksonville and tuna sauce for rice.
Presbyterian HOLY COMMUNION"1st Johnson. Fred was buried Fridayat baptising at the Black Creek I'
L. L. and .Thursday.
Parker Mr. and Mrs. I I Following an open discussion
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Plans which have been under:| Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun Dedan Cemetery. His survi-Bridge i[i next Sunday afternoon at George Adams and children of I i Home Demonstration! :: on foods refreshments were served
day i:30 vors are three sons Fred W., :,,2:30; p. m. We understand there :1
Worship, "The ChristianHome" way for an evangelistic service I a.m.FRIDAY Williston were the dinner guests:|.. Meeting I by the hostesses.
11 a. m. Youth Fallow- at The Tabernacle are about com- Tommy, and Wayne; one daughter |are to be seven baptized all con- of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. j I j The Home Demonstration Club
7:30: p.m. Litany & Meditation Anna Jean, of Waldo; his verted during the revival at this YOU'LL LOVE the nex Cater.
ship 6 p. m., Frances Caldwell! pleted and date will be announced !I I Weekend guests were Rev. and, met Wednesday of last week in
I I' 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal mother, Mrs. Florence Johnson; little church. the brook purce-size fountain pens U
and Margaret Rose Duncan host t Mrs. A. D. Martin of Alachua Community Center. Mrs. T I
soon.The and four sisters Mrs. David Plun- Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgettwere pastel shades. GaIT S2J7 at BradFORD
for who with Mr. and Mrs. Markey president
tesses. Evening Worship 7:30 p.1 j Easter scenery, placid I stayed i opened the
m. i the present in the Gospel Tabernacle Church of God kett. Baxley. Ga.. Mrs.: M L. Hol- visiting relatives at Clay R. F. Gano, Mr. and Mrs. Harry II | COUNTY TELEGRAPH.:
comb Rehoboth Del., :Mrs. Grover Hill Sunday. I I 41
I Jesus ar.J Maryon Ware of St. Petersburg and Mrs.
Wednesday, May 5, 7:30 p. m-.i showing I ,
I Sunday School 10 am. Morning Mrs. Ancel Mrs. Clara Boone's
Rhodes, Tampa, daughterand
Resurrection has ''Molly Ward of Macclenny who
Adult the morning
Prayer Meeting. 8 p. m., I
Worship 11 a.m. Evening son-in-law
Choir practice. .bought many expressions of praise I Norman.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I visited Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Har-

Thursday, May 6, 3:30 p. m., 'and admiration and the' public is !I Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service and Mrs. Homer Stearns of i James Allen, from Tallahassee I rell and Mrs. Beulah Harrell. }Ir. i ii j FIRST
Tuesday 7:30: Prayer Meeting I here BAPTIST
p.m. Tavares spent the weekend spent the weekend with Clara CHURCHStarke
Mrs. M. D. Harrell and
Junior Choir practice. 7:30: p. m., invited to see it. I i land daughter :;
p.m. Thursday. with relatives. They brought Le- and Mr. Boone, also attended Sharon who visited in Salt I II !
of Deacons
monthly meeting Board I
I Lkwtejr Roy Norman home to spend a few 'church at Long Branch Sunday.Clara's .
.'I j Springs, Mrs.: Neta Dyal who visited -I
St. Edward's ChurchSunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I
days with his family. great niece, Linda Dell Mr. and 'Mrs. E. J. Dowlingof --
I _
ing Worship Jl a.m. YPE Servo Mr. and Mrs. Grow Rhodes of :lOverstreet from Jacksonville, :also I I -- _
Starke and Mr. and Mrs
Christian ChurchBible Mass at 9:15 6:30: a. m. and I ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. David spent the weekend with her. and daughters, of Nash Rayguests !Il l REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor
: a. m. I
Holy day masses Plunkett of Baxley Ga., were i We understand Clara is to spend I ,
ville, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ,
ship. Service School 11 9:45 a. m.a. and m. Wor-8 p. 8:30 a. In.Children's. Class Saturday 11 Church of ChristCorner here Thursday and Friday to attend I this week in Jacksonville with her Hardee of Jacksonville who visited .!I Ii i Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town

the funeral of their brother. I I niece, Juanita Overstreet. who is
Meetmgeach Wednes 10th and McMahou Mr. and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr.
m. Prayer I Phones Office
d. m. Mr. Partin and Mr. Gibson were recuperating f'vm a recent opera- and Jane and 234 Pastorium 130
Sherwood { daughters Mary
J. E.
8 m. -
day p. Keystone Heights Preaching A. M. and 7:31: I at school Mpnday helping the tion which proved-to be very seri- ratty. I
Minister. Women's Club) I
( P.M.
eighth grade make plans to enter ous. Visitors coming and going I -

REVIVAL TO REGIS Sunday Mass 8 a. m Prayer Meeting and Bible Study B. H. S. next vear.Mr. I Mrs. Howard and Mrs. varger-I through the week were Mrs. G. E. Sunday Sermons: 11:00: A.M. 8:00 P.M.
Holy day masses 7'JO a. m. each Wednesday 7:3.J-Po M.
and Mrs. R. S. Wasdin ,
son II
I .Persinger and son Larry who were
AT EVERGREEN I I Sunday School
before all Masses. 9:15 A.M.
Confessions Training Union
ted the Ancel Normans Thursday attended services at Long Branch I:visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Kel- 6:45 P.M
Revival services will begin at night. I Sunday morning Mrs. Vargerson I
ley and Mrs. L. L. Dyal Janie'Lou Midweek Service
AIRPARK BAPTIST Cor 10th A Clark Sts. Wednesday. 8:00 P M.
Evergreen Baptist Church Monday Mrs. J-ssie Chastain was callingon made a very generous gift to the' Taylor from Worthing n

night at 7:30 o'clock, and the cial Sunday service Scnool by Rev.9:45: R. a.m.C. Crosby Spe- ing Sunday Worship School 11 9:45 a. a.m.m.Sunday Morn friends in this community Mon- church. She was formerly Mrs. (Springs who visited the LA' ;;:..---------=.::'_ : : .:--=...: -.:=:-'=:!::--.:::::::: : =:. :--:'-, : _: : :: :j
will continue nightly through dav. Smith and lived in the Long Motts. and Mr. and Mrs W E -

Week.Melrowj Rev.will be Lonnie the evangelist.Levine of at Hemingway.11 a.m. Public pastor.invited. L. G. \Night i::45 p. m.7:45: Friday p. m. night Tuesday 7:45: night p. m.I ..I I Sorry of Clevc to )hear> Norman.of the serious He is the illness I Branch Betty settlement.Hickey Sterling Johnson i I'visiting Woodin of their Rahway daughter, 1',. J. who Mrs are / --.: ::.:::=:..:_ :.:-: __ -_= _::: ::-,__..::' __:__--=.._::-_ l--__._...;_...__:.' __ '

-James H. Cain, pastor.WOODLAWX
I I brother of Mrs. Mattie Ellis, one and John Brumbelow spent Sunday i Howard Wait and the rest of the A Packed House Heard Last Sunday's -
.f our teachers.CHRISTIAN. afternoon with the Strick- ,
I Sermon
f I MISSIONARY i Join the Crowds Sunday

ELECT ETHAN A. SAPPTO BAPTIST CHURCH I|i SCIENCE ISOCIETl" |lands few and days Faye ago England.A Bud. Wilkinson "JtOWDY FOLKS! At 8 p.m and Hear This :Messageby

LAWTEY, FLA. j Pastor Bob Gray
was feeding his cattle, set I CERTAINLY WILL
THESCHOOL 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 .am.
Orange Park: Fla. I down some feed for them an old APPRECIATE YOUR j
preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: : prayer i Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- cow bolted and ran. knocking Bud The Worst Pain In The
r BOARD service, 7 o'clock song services i
day School 11 a.m. down and hurting him pretty
; 7:30 evening services. '
Wednesday Evenings-1st .badly. We understand he is to go ,

District Three (Brooker, New River) SEVENTH DAY i each month, 8 p.m. !i;'i and have X-rays made to see just Neck A Man Can
invited. Nursery
I Public cordially
'i COUNTYWIDE VOTE ADVENTIST CHURCH services. '.how badly he is broken up inside I VOTE"I .
r ..t maintained for all from the cow trampling him. We
Services each Sabbath old I
I '" 1 in
: ,
,' I, Lifelong Citizen and Farmer Bradford I Community Center Building hope it isn't as bad as we heard j
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath and 17.
County i School 2 p.m. Preaching Kingsley Ave. '! Earl Lang, F. C. Carter and JoAnn i

%. World War I Veteran !| each second and fourth Sabbaths HOLINESS Carter spent Easter at Clay I i'
!I3 PENTECOSTAL Hill. This should have been in the F I What< is it? How do you get it?
S. Former Trustee New Rixer School p.m. Elder Most rt. pastor. CHURCH
,news last week, but I failed tc Can anything be than
Your Vote Bible Study each Thursday 8 I worse a nagging
Christian Church and Gideons I p.m. Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. ..
4. Member
Everyone welcome. Morning Service 11 a.m. :! get the news until my daughter t I I Mother-In-Law? >

and Support 5. Business! Experience la Auto Held since | Evening Service 7:30 p.m. I Joann Lang who lives in TampaI Bring your Bible and hear the answer!

Greatly 1937. 1 IIEILBROXN i Prayer Meetings Wednesday I wrote it to me. : I
I aso failed to state how much
6. School Bus Driver since 1927 BAPTIST CHURCH night 7:45 pm. Saturday nigh i!
Appreciated Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach the Clay Hill P. T. A. made on the r Y6r First Baptist Church HamptonBible
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) ,suppers served Saturday night :S i ,
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 CHURCH OF JESTS CHRIST
17. We took In $84.17. We
p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer LATTER DAY SAINT School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 am

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Services each Sunday in old Masonic considered this pretty good, con- k ?a- B. T. U 7 p.m.

ELECT Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday sidering there weren't many pres- ,! Fundamental Premillenial Missionary
ent and all this was done with
w School 10 a.m., Sac"'-iment Service B
such short notice. We are also .
HAMPTONCHRISTIAN 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. glad to state there were no dis-I ) c'H= : : : : ___' _,_ -. >
k -
Bible School 10 putes, no trouble of any kind.
a. m.; Worship
,; r CARD OF TIIANKS i The Clay Hill P. T. A will meet
a. m.; Youth Program Are You Covered
6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8 Our most grateful thanks go to at the school house May 4. All Fully

ANDERSONYOUR p .Ary. p m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor !lour friends who were so kind to are urged to be present, we under-

I us during our recent bereave- stand this is the time the new R In Case of Auto Accident

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH ment in which we lost a son and officers are elected for next .
LAWTEY, FL.\. (brother. Both for words of sym- 'school term. Let's break the i I
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach I pathy and for the beautiful flowers record and all of us folks who Does your present Liability Policy limit your passenger I-
i God Bless You. i haven't been attending surprise accident
ing 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek May I coverage to your OWN Automobile

CIRCUIT JUDGE A E. Massey, pastor. p. David Plunkett, Mrs. !rl. L. Hoi : if they would survive the I For $1.00 Extra

Bible School-10 A. M. j comb, Mrs. G. C. Rhodes, and shock? t :

Mrs. Ancel Norman. | Lucile Whitehead and children Our Company will pay up to $2,000 Medical or Funeral

8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '''spent the afternoon Sunday with : expenses for accidents involving the assured in any au

SudT. Faye England and children. i tomobile anywhere in the U. S.

Rev. Taggart spent part of the .

n ?, day with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wil- ,. I I This broad coverage applied to the serious

kinson. Seems Dumpie was goingto

ongSCHOOL serve fried chicken, at least .: j Accident which occurred near Starke

I, she got the chickens from us. 'JJERRY
Keep The Record Straight! E ,"11B TO Rev. George :Mikell deliveredhis recently and jaid up to $2.000 for funeral and medical

BOARD last message to us at Long expenses. CHECK YOUR POLICY.

Branch Sunday morning, having CARTER

My opponent is not an elected incumbent Mllli DIM:'HUT SON FMK- H: North 1I.Io.! (;UllATE Stubs) resigned as pastor two weeks be- Candida for Re e'ecfien CONTACT

he has \UlHt:1tItItIC': .\\ LF..lnHOT.IHT, fore. There was a large congre- l
been elected RAILROAD & PUBLIC
never Circuit Judge; but P. T .\. PKKSIHKVr B\M PIHKVTS
gation present, some we had not ; Conner Bros.
he is trying to lead the voters to believe that he \S"O'I \1'10' seen at church for some time. UTILITIES COMMISSION : Insurance AgencyPhone

\\ 11.1. MPPOHT: Better Si-haul Huilding. Safer Tr.o.portn- were more
has. Needless] to say we
tiun tlualifird Trarhern Plaxcround Kquipmrnl Care ctour z 285 129 W. Call St.
II i And Repair of 8ulldlnllor..- Kduratiun Per Dollar of Co '. than pleased to see so many pres
had in Sunday ( Pd Pol Adv ,
ent. We also more I i --=
asking the voters APPRECIATEDDon't
as Circuit Judge. How School then we have had foi
can you reeled him when he has never been elected? This is an at- I Vote Short -- VOTE 'X' LONG sometime there were 66 present.

tempt to mislead the voters. I refer specifically to his advertisement'on I three new members were enrolledand

page 7 of the Florida Alligator, dated Friday. April 23rd 1954. ".=\\1 '::." "" : :: : ;' "fJ"_. --__ __, -- --_' '- ...:- ';;;.: best of all there were 41 100

per cent members. We feel prowl

As a candidate for the high and important office of 'Circuit Judge to know there were so many lessons

jf the 8th Judicial Circuit, I do not feel that the issues should be A MODERN I KITCHEN studied, there were 47 lessons t

loaded by insinuations and innuendoes; but should be presented fully studied and the general!

and fairly to the Voters. I have conducted a campaign in keeping Stops Rouse-V ork Fatigue grade for the school was 60. We i,,I

with the dignity of the office I seek. i can bring this grade up so lets

try a little harder! We shouldn'tbe
For the record. I am 45 years of age, married to the former Marguerite content until we have done

Partin. of Kissimmee and we have 2 daughters. I am a native our best. '

of Levy County and have lived my entire life in Bronson. I have We were without a pastor Sun- Acting Governor Charier Johns' ACTION lOAD BOARD will

law I r day evening. so J. L. Strickland bald roads and 100000.000 m 1954.
practiced successfully for 23 years in my home town of Bronson. bridges costing nearly

I have had the pleasure of serving the Board of County Commissionersof I delivered the even'n;; message. Already nearly $30,000,000 in ontractt hove bee let .
| He doesn't preach very often any
Levy County as their attorney for 7 years. I have also served as I II yet the Johns ACTION' ROAD BOARD has been in office only
+ more, just fills in where he is
Prosecuting Attorney of Levy County for 7 years. I am presently I i iI f needed. We do not know who will' "the since Dec. IS, 1953. This i is more than the entire total of rood-
the I ProposedRoads and bridge contract awarded during the % months' tenure of
County Judge Levy County and I .
am seeing my third term. i i i preach for us next Sunday lets
the previous "DO NOTHING" ROAD BOARD.
2 ears ago the people of my County reelected me to this office without i all go and see wh > will be with

opposition and I give you this as a recommendation of my people : i, us. Florida's State Road Department Budget for 1954 include see

tu show you that they feel I am a qualified Judge and that I can and : .i : Mr. and Mrs Harold Eunice than $37,000,000 hold-orer cash because more roods weren't
built in 1953 voil amount of from Federal Funds
a money
Will serve you well as Circuit Judge. I served 6 : + i Maxville, announce the birth
jour 30-day assignments .
>a 1 1. and the enpecled. rgular load Deportment income from the
as County Judge of Alaehua County at the request of the citi- : ,+_?"" i I la son. ///i ill' L'e normal sources of go.:Jlir.. Ian, outdoor advertising sign licenses,
:Mr. and Mrs. Pete Royston announce -
zens and lawyers of Alachua County. Being asked to serve more I I and other sources.Rfflf .
the birth of daughter.
l than one is their a
assignment recommendation. I IWhen
: April 17. / Charley Johns' ACTION KOAD BOARD is competed of:

consideration the lawyers for recommended three men for Governor Mccarty's I .rY'YT'YW..................... 0 R Cecil Webb, Tampa, one of Florida outstanding
appointment to the Circuit Judgeship. Sigsbee i businessmen and president of a loge milling company.

Scruggs received 44 votes, my opponent received 31 rotes Hal
Y'I BROOKERBy f. .,. ("So."a Turner. Pemoco'o. a ren-Feo.. and
Maines received 29 votes and I received 22 votes and 4 other lawyers I successful banter.

received votes. I was County Judge of Levy County and Alachua j Most houseicives spend more time in their
County at that time and my wife had undergone a serious major operation j i By Polly Wait dr.IaaluaaalaWalaalla. M. Jahn Walter. Gainesville a man who has a fin.
kitchens than other reputation in the automobile business.Do .
Let "modern .
any room.
at Alachua General Hospital and I had no time to solicit support us .l.

from the lawyers before the me ting. After this meeting and early the ize" your workshop for this LOW price. Brooker has really been busy e Terser Fort loud'!rdate, *ell-tnowfi as a merchant

next the Committee had and real estate see..f .
morning even before formally made its recommendation
I this past week! People have been

to the Governor, the appointment had been made. This Approx. $ 1 x,00 Per .Mo. 36 Mos. coming and going all the time. .f Francis Whitehair, Delond. attorney and public if*.

recommendation of my opponent was for the unexpired term of Honorable Sunday it was especially busy I ant until recently/ Under Secretary of the Nary

A Z. Adkins and that alone. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Pancratz and second in commond of the world's mightiest, fleet.

Would such ACTION
on ROAD BOARD of such distinguished
Neither my opponent nor: myself have been endorsed by the lawyersof CEILING TILE Mr. I
I and Mrs. R. F. Gano. Mr. citizens mote promises that couldn't be performed or mat

the 8th Judicial Circuit for the full term as Circuit Judge that you We'l! furnish George Andreu of Sebring visited pros...es that could,,', be frl/.Ikd? The answer it "NO I" .
are to fill on May 4th. I materials and recommend contractors. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green and s .

no differences as to the right materials, no last minute family, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green This; kind; of service to Florida is why Charley Johns is coNed

My opponent has only 12 years legal practice by his own statement extra costs. and daughters Linda Gay'e and '!, A Man of Action." He deserves your support and 'O'e' for

the editorial! endorsement Bradford Governor on Moy 4. Gi+e Chorley Johns o chance to finish
of the County Telegraph. I have Shirley and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand
t Best of all -you 11 be SURE you're getting TOP the great Alt-flORIOA program he has darted.
had 23 years as a practicing attorney and 10 years experience as a children Peggy Lou and Gene
quality all around because .
Judge. You know that the same rules of evidence and procedure are STAND BE visited Mr. and Mrs Ronald Ear- i

used in both Courts, so my 10 years on the bench are valuable.Do I HIND OUR MATERIALS nett of Jacksonville. Several attended {treat M. -tt. Oetdrfete. I IStott
(tspugn ."eoJ@f SIll'( Rwsera
you want a man that will try to mislead you to serve you in ; the ninety-first birthday engop

this high and important office I do not think you du.So ]! 'STARKE of Mr. Doc Andreu at Lake Cu (tut PTitKll! lAtftiKMnt '
BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone ( Those from Brooker were Mr and

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\ote for YHLSril F. ANDERSON" Cirruit Judge. I will' Russell Green and famuvMr. 0 d d '''' ',I;' d- ;( '": _-- d-' '

at all time be fair, considerate and impartial in handling jour business 45 Washington St at S \ L Depot : and Mrs. Lawnon. Mrs Ros< '

-Vote for a man of Experience. Starke, Fla. Pinhol Stewart ter., Coy Truby Edwards Pinholster, Mr Ton ant>! s [ Florida Needs This Mhjfllt/ *1; .

(Paid Political Adv.)
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2,000 Immunizations Given In 1953 Campaign Costs County Council Kindergarten Presents Story Of Cinderella I i i Old Beulah Misses

I Installs NewOfficers Out On This

Report Of Health Department. Shows !Higher NowHigher For YearThe ..,..' Beulah bloodhound OneOld extra-

Over 2,000 Bradford County hospitals. costs of campaigningare County Council of Home I ordinary from Live Oak who had

children and adults were given In the work against tuberculosis being felt by Bradford Coun- Demonstration Work held an installation w a record of tracking down 51

complete immunization treat- there were 162 large-size X- ty candidates. i of officers at the quarterly -' _-_ fugitives out of 53 attempts had

ments against communicable diseases rays taken; three cases were ad- Over $1,350 has been spent by meeting Tuesday in Hamp- I'' ir .S -s ti: mournfully add anothei failure

in 1953 by the Bradford mitted to medical service; there I 15 candidates for the five officesin ton. A covered dish luncheonwas z to her history-

County Health Department, according were 38 contacts and suspects and i io the races for county commissioners served by the Hampton club She failed to track down Johnel

to Dr. A. Y. Covington o nine arrested cases; nursing service and school board members -(.i preceding: the ceremony.I Mai'Cray negro who escaped last

director. i disclosed 13 cases, 44 contacts I according to incomplete 1 i I i W. E. Bigham. past presi- Monday from a street gang onlya

There were 213 immunizations and suspects; and seven arrested : campaign expense reports filed:0 i i dent installed the following officers 4 I few hours after receiving a 30-()

given against smallpox; 570 cases. i with Charles Darby, clerk of the' : Mrs. E. L. Cox president aav sentence for fighting

against diptheria; 67 against typhoid -i I A total of 23 tuberculin tests I circuit court. : Mrs. W. \V. Hammond vice president He was captured in Alachua last

fever; 525 against whooping I Ii| were made-. 181 field nursing 0 0i By next Monday all expense ; and :Mrs. Wesley McRae. Fnda\ and I
cough; and 704 against tetanus.In i visits. and five cases hospitalized.In i must be filed, and then a total of secretary. Each new officer was night is now in the

addition there were 142 maternity services the health I II all campaign! expenses will be presented a lovely corsage. county jail.

treatments given In the course 'department was extremely active available. I'i Not present* to be installed at '

of intestinal parasite control. I with over a thousand visits. ad-I Here is a list of the offices, this time were Mrs.-H. C. WainWright Li: L 1i

Eighty-six residents were admitted o missions, examinations, clinics, candidates and expenses: treasurer; and Mrs. Dave rt& .j 4

to medical service In Ven- supervisions, etc. County Commissioner. District.o Green, State Council Delegate. rri Njij LET US FILE YOUR SAW

ereal Disease control; 115 visitsto I The Bradford County'Health DeI I I Two E. L. Crawford, $97.08; j!|I Mrs. E. L. Cox, president pre- I on our New Foley

medical conferences; 55 field partment is staffed with Dr. EweU Lawson, $113.14; L. L. Ren- sided over the meeting at which

isits and investigations; 68 were Covington. director; Jack L. froe. $104.48.County plans were made for a window 1. Ii aJ.l'ictured aJ. AUTOMATIC SAW FILER

given complete treatments for Trawick, sanitarian; Nurse Arlin i Commissioner, District display in the Starke Hardware

syphilis gonorrhea; and 14 cases L. McKnight, and Martha I. Four Gerald Adkins, $95.75; Store to focus attention on Na- They'll cut

ief* rml to P A C Centers or Snellen. Secretary Hazel F. Green Jessie R. Chastain, $90.20; HenryB. tional Home Demonstration Week. like new when

Hinson, $107.33. May 2-8. The di :play will feature filed on our

Old-Timer Diary Home Demonstration County School Board District furniture refinishfd by club mem precision mal

In Week ObservedAs One -- H. C. Kelly. $11969; Tru- bers. Plans wrre also made foi above are the beautifully costumed members, of Mrs. C. l chine. In a
Apoears Survey
I man Norman $75.00; DanV.. the annual zinnia-flower: show G. Priest's kindergarten clav, who presented the Story of Cinderellaat No Fende Law few minutes 4

PublicationAn part of the local observanceof Starling, $84.00. tentatively scheduled for June 18. the American Legion Hall recently. From left to right: you'll have
National Home Demonstration I County School Board District Mrs. Eigham was appointed chair Is MisunderstoodA ; saws that cut cleaner, truer,
Douglas Conner, Carey Smith, Buddy McRae, Steve Prevail, Dale
entitled "From the
article Three Stafford L. Crews.
Week, May 2-8, an exhibit of man of this event and her committee .Chu'k faster. Bring your saws in
( Bronn, Neuromh, Larry Williams, Flip Graham Karen coloied I.
Diarv of an Old-Timer" by M. G. Bradford County home demonstration $100.72; H. C. Douglas. $70.00; will include the following': Biggs law-abiding woman today-j Jlilllike our speedy
McMillan of Starke appeared in A. L. Green. $77.50; Ethan A. Margaret Ann Loxcll, Barbara Sue Barksdale, Martha Seimer Betty came to the courthouse recently service.
dis- ; club chairmen '
work will be placed on : Mrs. Dave Green.
the current issue of "Surveying Sapp, $93.50.County Ann IJesMer, Marian Green, Gilda Graham Donna Patray. and inquired for permission to |
play in the show window at Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. Tulle I I I
and Mapping". quarterly journal Starke Hardware Co. I Ii I School Board District: Norman, Mrs. Wesley :McRae and (Print. of above photograph may be obtained at Bullington Studio.) erect She a fence around her property. ; ALSO SHARPEN
I of the American Congress of Surveying -1 Five H. A. Lawson, $60.00; T. Mrs. E. J. Whelan. heard iboui the "nofence" |
The public is invited to view i iI i, law. and meant ALL KINDS OF TOOLS,
and Mapping published in jt j
this of refinished furniture, Long. $65.12.Principal It was announced that the State Ii KNIVES, SISSORS. ETC.
D. C. i I display : BHS Track Team Takes Second PlaceIn literally what it said. I
Washington .1
of the worthwhile, expense incurred by Council meeting will be held Jui '
and some
see i Actually, the
term "no
In a forewword to the article MrMcMillan j activities that are being carried Ion j the candidates is the 5 per cent 12-16 at the University of Florida. ] fence" All New Equipment

sa'd: "This excerpt by the Home Demonstration i j qualifying fe; which based on a :* The afternoon program featured I East Florida Conference MeetBradford means that with stock all under CALVIN JOHNS
taken from of the diaries salary of $1,200 amountsto fences there would be no fences
was one Club women of this county under i a year. a food freezing demonstration by I 465 N. Water St

rf the lafe H. E. Lagrereren. mv the leadership of Miss Dorothy ( $60.00. Money collected on Miss Alice Cro'martie, food con- High's track team took The state is divided into three districts required by non-ownei- 01 stock
'nrtfather who practiced land I qualifying fees goes 2 5 to the servation specialist from the State'
Ross, home demonstration agent. second place honors last Thursdayat for class AA and three districts ;;'
F'irveving in and around Bradford These homemakers have i County Democratic Committee, office in Tallahassee. The freezer' their annual East Florida Coriference for all other classes. so the '-- : : ---j :! :' ;) ::" :.- wf-: : : : : -- -- _: -

(untv. Florida from 1R90\ until j of making a cornI j i and 3 5 to the County Commissioners for the demonstration was loaned !II| track and field meet held Tornadoes will be up against

Juno 19' S. the time of his death. I mon many objective available resources to makea ofI i I to help pay the costs of by C. H. Xasworthy. I 0''at Deland. The host team. De- plenty of good competition n SAT U MON. ONLYLADIES

"Needless to say. I am extreme- better life at home, in the com- I the election. Marilyn Cox. a 4-H member, !''land l won the trophy with 86 5-6 afternoon events start at 2 p m .

1nroud of these! daries.; and con- ':'munity, and in the world. This Mandatory filing of campaign presented a (demonstration on ,, points and the Tornadoes piled up and the evening finals at 7 p.m

,>der them without reservation.' have planted trees. i expenses and contributions has good lighting by constructing an I!j 172 1-2. Other member schools The first four men in earn 1.00 VALUEPOLOS
nv most valuable possession. as landscaped year yards, refinished furniture -! been in effect only during the approved knock-down study lamp. j I! were Seabreeze third with 56 1-3, event will qualify for the state

they present a very clear picture' and made clothes for their, past two years. Total expenses She was assisted by Mrs. Mary Palatka fourth with 37 1-2. Sanford meet, and the first four relav

of 48 years of survey records in I(i, families. Many of these women i reported by two candidates for Dally of Clay Electric Cooperative j j fifth with 29 1-2, St. Augustine teams will also qualify. The state
county commissioner in the last with 1-2 and New track field will take
sixth 11 and events
home County, where I now :
rnv have home from which
gardens I election was $92.49 for one, and 'I
GainesvilleTo Smyrna failed to tally. I i place next Saturday in an all day
maintain my office. I they can freeze surplus vegetablesto $94.39 by the other. A candidate
I i Bradford took an early lead in meet at the University of Florida.
The diary excerpts told an provide better nutrition for fort the school spent only 3500. Observe 100th j I! the afternoon events and held it -

amazing story of experiences' Ian their fanylies. I Of course then the salary and Year Of Growth J throughout to the final three evening L. L. RENFROE 1st

average day of a surveyor in I qualifying fee was not as large races when Deland overcame I'.
Bradford County clubs are located | County Commissioner
and around Starke before the turn : as it is now.Fox's Gainesville issues a cordial invitation 1: them and pulled ahead in points. : 2 LimitS
in Brooker. Heil-
I Hampton to all its friends and I New records were smashed in Bradford CountyTo Lots of 39c
of the century. bronn. and
Lawtey Sunnybrook. : AIls tars neighbors to help celebrate its;i the shot and discus, but only one & .1

--- ;Win 21-20 Over birthday at a weeklong party to| new mark was established in the

be held from May 2nd through I races because of a slow track.

%WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Keystone Lions ; May 9th. featuring entertainmentto i Bradford's Richard Hendersontied

: suit every age and taste. (I with Deland's Bobby Ward
) Fox's Allstars eased out Crowleys Music lovers will enjoy the symphony -; in establishing a new record of LADIES PLASTIC
Keystone Lions 21-20 in last
and Glee Club concert to i 22.2 seconds in the 180-yard low
I"N. Friday's Softball under the
: game be held Wednesday. May 5. in I hurdles preliminary heats, held
new lights at Keystone Park. Tuesday -
; the University Auditorium and the in the afternoon. Henderson won
the Trail Ridge Terrors towled (
over the Highland Hotshots 16-4. Military Band Concert on Monday. j I the 120-yard high hurdles at 16 I 6 House Shoes

RADIOAND : In Friday's game Fox started i May 3, n the Plaza of the Americas -:seconds, but got fourth place in I

Swede Matthews on the mound L at 6:45.: A highlight of the the low hurdles because of a bad

!and held the Lions to two in the week will be the evening of start. his Friends: j I

z :first In the second half the All- Negro Spirituals in the Court-i Marion Harrington and Stanley I candidate to succeed 1st
am a Quality
stars laid into Clint Denny's pitch. house Square on Saturday. I Clark tied the old record of 5 ft. i'i
TELEVISIONSales myself as County Commissionerof
ing and chalked up 11 runs. The : Along dramatic lines. the FloI -II I S in.in the high jump event 49c Value
the Second District subject to I
second inning ended 15-7. I I rida Players will give a special and Humphries took third place : 5cI I
the will of the voters in May Not Too Many
Frick went in for Denny in the performance of the gay comedy. i: to give the Tornadoes almost a __
third and the Lions gained two The Male Animal, on Tuesday.I clean sweep of the high jumpin I was elected in 1950 and dur i Sz. 'Large'

.,- and Service for 15-9. By end of the seventhit May 4. in P. K. Yonge Auditorium.The I event. Humphries also note ing the three years and foui _

,---- rmI '" stood 20-20. Then in the 500 tickets for this are free. I vaulted 9 ft. 8 in. to gain a months that I have been prIvileged ., .$i _

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida eighth the Lions, with two away,, on a first-come-first-served basis j I second place there. to serve I have tried to I
allowed one run and that was it. through the Chamber of Commerce.I I Bradford relay teams were out make you a good CommissionerI MENS 'REGULAR 49cUNDERSHIRTS

---- Night games at Keystone havedrawn Those interested in art will fino standing also. Ferguson Reddish have faced the issue fairly as

: increasing crowds. Teamsare I living artists at work in the Court- Martin and Moore won the 880- it came up and have given my

informally organized as yet,, yard relay race and also the sprint very best judgment in every de

Sell It Rent It Trade nis but courts interest are in also growing.well lighted: The ten and I :' hours house of Square every for day at in least the week.three medley race. The 440-yard Strickland relay cision.

are These will range from school team of Reddish. At the beginning of this yeai I
getting considerable Park
use. Moore and Ferguson won sefono was elected Chairman of the
children. amateurs to
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow I i Rights' basis are but not switches lighted are on not a regular locked. I painters of through national fame. place, and the mile relay team. Board, an honor that I appreciate.

Players are asked to turn off the I The Centennial Queen and her made up of Clark. Brown. Martin and one that I promise to safeguard 1st Quality

!large King of Beards. to be selected I and Harrington placed third. to the very best of m>
floodlights when they have
Rates Good Results Easy To Place Coach Hobbs 0
finished. Wednesday and Thursday respectively Today (Friday) ability. Limit '
o has entered the team in the district 35c
: Satui day. April 24. the Keystone will reign over the gala For many years it has been a
I \ WA.TKIVaitir.ss at New Kings I Lions cleared their remaining in Centennial Ball on Friday nightin meet being held at Fletcher custom to return an office holderto Better Hurry ,
ley Hearh. Must l>.. over :21 High School. Jacksonville Bea; h.
yrs debtedness for the lighting the UniversitGymnasium.. office for a second term if he
A. J. Th'omas Starke. Fla.FORSALE I old. fall Jreen Cove :Springs !Tl!:I project
IHS or inquire at tVach. Jtch< ;;/1. |with a fish fry at the pavilion The Centennial Parade to be has given reasonable service during
Senior Class
FOR SALE-.Sweet i serving more than 300 people. held on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.ill Play his first term.

l-Two bedroom dwelling, mod- J4 per thousand potato Otis Adam draws*. Still needed at the park are a be one of the greatest ever seen: On Two Nights This I have tried to do and I .

ern conveniences large beautiful Collf.v\ Road. Stark_ :2tp 5. j backstop and Scoreboard, and in these parts featuring the new hope that my action during this ) We Satisfy

lot hard road frontage. FOR S.\l.F.-SWl'l't potato plants-, I more park benches. The Lions, say ,and the old Gainesville and dem- ;i The Senior Class play. "The my first term is such as to justify -i 1 We Refund
30<- per.100. Rt. l. nox 3S. Lav- these will be on hand soon. |onstrating the progress of a century -, Little Dog Laughed". is being you in giving me a second term 0
balance Exchange
$500.00 down payment Icy. (Near Heilbronn S '
pring- ) .presented Thursday and Friday And if you see fit to return me to'
convenient term. III' i! Harking back to old time fun
nights, April 29-30. in the USO
this office I will do my very best
%! lots In of Starke. City 'OR RENT and frolic. Thursday evening at
% City
-Unfurnished house. InQuire building at 8 p.m. The three-aci to make a good Commissioner
you County
at Bus 7:30: the fiddlers. 147V..
utilities, F. II. A. and V. A. Station. ttLET. harmonica players :i comedy is under the direction 01 and in
approved. Priced at $-19.00to ..... D. 6DO,.. JR i shop square quartets dance of callers the area and barber will- :, Edward Altman high school) you for your vote doingto and suppor repay *- Call St.Starke. S L P
YOIR English teacher,
each. Terms.Fur .
$636.00 Respectfully ,
CATTLE A>D HOGS complete for prizes in the Courthouse : -
tfce>>e ..laill be L. L. Renfroe Ha.Giv& .
Lite. Oak K.b \\.d..lHlay I(i applied to the Senior Class trip County Commissione- .
A. J. THOMAS ;aIap.vjlic ran.fc Friday An Architects Home Show. presented _

HEIL E%TATE DEALER FOR ULXT YOU by the Student Chapter of I I to Washington on May 11. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) :-_ :=- r :"ir __::-_:_',-'_'.:' --:_ :': __: ': __: -
Ar. Trlr..e. 21* -Apt Xo. I Three corn the American Institute
an Trmplr of
..t.d... Florida electric fumis-hed kitchen air rooms conditioning and bath, rrr !(Now tects in the west end of Archi-I.

if desired t'hady lawn. Adults versity of Florida Stadium. '
RADIOS REPAIRED willdemonst.ate \
\ -
Mrs. L. :
Clark. Rt. 1. Box I.RO.OI.LI>s .
-c. introduced the I ,2 .
All Make*, All M..4eUReatauble I East Starke. 1 mile from Call St' :i bill tu provide the flrxt 41ld ajteai the enormous pro I ? \. S -
eharce* KBaraatce bridge on Bessant Rd. tfchg .1.l .taarr appropriation la 193.'.. o ress made in housing over the i rI.

W.CHAS.fall St.C. SHKPHEHUTM Mark Ph. 23SI I WANT TO SWAP years. as well as both new and old '
500 bearing pei-an trees.RF.\DY 88 aor.--, work of the outstanding architects I' rJrfIkMI //Fathers
FOR SALE-12' Boat and Inooard land fenced and ,'ro.." fenced f.n:, of the state.Throughout. Graduai0
Motor. 1941 Ford I'ouue. 1 Sped cattle two bedroom home, '!
Bowler and Shetland Ponies deep ",..1\' with automatic light- the week the Florida -I I I. Day
Phone !t:!. 108 E. 'all St. tfchg large Will barn and other out buildSanto pump- State Museum will have displays Day :DatI
trade for .
FOR SALE-Kelvinator Deep freeie. -- I. k.. or apy good home lake on in two busses parked on the ..,,
Perfect condition $100. H. J. Ku- Contact Eston Jordan, Phone 33,. square. showing ancient and mod f
-_oera. State Farm. Ito Starke. tap 4/30. Pd Pol Adv ern history of our State. JUNE 2iJ 'k :

:OOY PEAS SEED Florida grown FOR RI-XT-i"urll"'h.-d" apartment"" ip"-n,-..: Bur1:.... Tr.-> JUNE 'l q \ ?)
and proven v ari< ty. A profitable one bedroom and glasse-d.ln sleeping Free ", a 1
summer crop. Seed $5.00 per bu. porch large living! InspectionsFor
delivered Order your seed now kitchen and dinnette. 42 S I
"while, It iast Planting harvest- St. or apply at Tucks Auto South Cafe. AutomobilesAll
tug and marketing information COLONIALFLORIST :
tiupplied. E. R. BA1LEVS SONS, tt
P O. Pox 11M Ooala. Fla. j jFOR S.U.E-Six-room house on two I safety-minded motorists in
lots. 6U Jo:. .tb St. Phone 80 Bradford County who wish to can
FOR S.UFour room h"u>e on I Starkf' o'l.t. I
two. acre of land. West of Bradford 3tp ;57 have their vehicles checked free of

man. Furniture H' :. H.t Co.','-.',Tom*" Nor 4'*Ai I!FOR hous REXT With-Four bath. room hot and furnished Void I charge by Police Chief W. E an ELGIN I WATCH
I running \\at..r. See William SIl- 1 Trooper C. :Mus- from
IF YOU HAVB ALWAYS wanted :' cox. Itt. 1. Stark jtp 5 7 i FLOWERSFor grove State Highway Patrol. The
piano. but somehow never could
getne.. I have a piano for you. 'FOR RK.VT-TWO furnished 5 and service, which will be entirely on "
All you need is a ,small d.wn 6 room apartmmt.614 \. All Occasions a voluntary basis will be held dL
pvment f d II'nod or, 1t. M leastCive |! Church St. Phone 175-J;; tl-hg
me the favor of talking to each Tuesday afternoon from 2 GEM JEWELRY
you. llhavr a nice little Spire 'i FOR" SALE-Boy's 'h'ldl'. like new I PHONE 218 to 4 o'clock starting May 4. and
piano and a rood used upright Bobs Service Station at
piano, -you should know about I Market. Starkr. Flj Farmers-j: ending June 8 across the street
Writ tn.lr.. K. J. Edward, I' I from the Starke City Hall.
Pen. T>el.. 01\1"11. P'. *'" o.t
day noon on Church or necklace.street' Sun-near (j) Thornton and Musgrove em- Save 20 %
FOR RENT-Exceptionally. nicely i the Light Plant oner ", phasize the fact that motoristsdo
furnished porches.rnnm garage hou, playhouse.. .! screened for I'I' Paying have same for this by ad.identifying Mrs. Lemuel and'nI I not have to have their cars in- during Elgin $54 Spring Time .Sav;ags

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4-hildren. fln..f'r R"> rdf'n. ol "" Col>on. 3 ia \ATSt. ttKhgEASTER spected, but urge all motorists to + .
for vegetable garden. Automatic DISH GARDENS do so for their ,Presented By
sprinkler FvMem. Klnsley \11.1.i UIXIES and Glads to be own safety.
lage one block from Lake. Apply I I had now through Mother's Day. POTTERYPOTTED The checkup on cars will be ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY and their Authorized Dealer in Starke and Bradford County
Star ft Stripes. Klngslev I.ae: tIn No Sunday sales t
I please. jTwo complete brakes ,
miles North ; lights, tires.I.
on the State Farm \
FOR !''I.\LF.-tU% Chexrolet.- .gnodrunnior I Road. Mrs. A_ A. Pale. ltpWANTEDIlou.ckq.epcr PLANTS steering, muffler, windshield j I

*4 by Hiebwar Condition.l'atr"l.Road J_ir Ckrle.tianqen. nect.- i I or maid. : Flowers wipers, and other items will be Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry

Ml N Cherry St. Ito Good wages. Prefer live on premises ; WiredAnywhere fully inspected and either passed.or
but not essential. Permanent noted ,
as unsafe.
.'Oq Ski E-Stel b"im Plow. S10. job. Should have references | "The House of Fine Diamonds'
f.1 lee b'V $s;. ,...at".. "l1"r Apply 305: North Walnut. Ito. A car which passes the inspection .
JVSfl. SmH taMe saw. less II Nona St. Starke .
motor $(. W. B Devlne' Pt. 1 FOR RENT: -Four room notice furnished I completely will be issued a.I J S STARKE'S LEADING JEWELER
TAwtev. Inquire at Standard Oil ISO per month Kmg'-\ '- -- sticker signifying that it has : .
Station. Itp Lake Road, Box 454 Itp 1- -- '- --- .. -. been safety tested.


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