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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 13, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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'!' _ Moonshine Charge :'Absentee Ballot I I All County Candidates Air Views '''Starke Flier i




Jails Three HereStarke's 'Ready Applications For Voters \;; At t Theressa Kick-off Rally Tuesday :i Emergency-Lands.


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t silent war on moon- Absentee ballot applications are

shiners erupted to the surface:'I now available in the office of S: upI -I,I,I Wet weather failed to dampen defcrenre tn the contested candi- ,,On Kentucky Farm
'''ervisor I 'h e spirits of 30 candidates and 1 dates j
last weekend as Federal agents of Registration Marian L. I,
I(Crosby for those Bradford County I,i ampaign managers Tuesday evening !;! County Judge Candidate Lex

confiscated a truck carrying several :I voters who will not be here for'! as a good representation of Green, the first scheduled speaker I I A Starke man returning homo
hundred gallons of contraband i voters from all over the county';I after Johns and ;''from' CmcrnnatU. OhIo.
the forthcoming May 8 election. Conner was not I' escaped'without
'4 w ; whiskey within the city:I Mrs. Crosby stated that ballots i.:I watched the Bradford political j present when his name was ('alled,1' serious injury at 6.30

twisted wreckage on Highway 301, where a V 'J limits and city police arrested! will be sent to absent voters as:j races get underway in earnest at so the floor was turned over to p.m. Monday trom a forced land

her life and three Bradford I :I the year's first Democratic Rally, 'j incumbent Theron I ing of his
Lakeland woman lust two men on charges' of trans., soon as the-yare printed and urged A. Yawn. private plane in II
: those whose business other held in the Community Building I Yawn reviewed his fa rmer's field near Richmond
or : successful
In the
residents seriously injured early morn /4
were porting 'shine in their automobile, at Theressa
,
I plans will take them out of the traditional kickoff i record as County Judge, cited Ky., according to Sheriff Russell
ing hours of last Friday, is! grim evidence of the / James Simmons and Ezekiel site for the county's political battle ,! I Turpin of Madison
area on election day to file in her many improvements made in the County, Ky
fact that safety devices and well-maintained cars Dixon both of Ocala were stop|' cf ice as soon as possible.She I !. ) office since he took over, four: In an exclusive interview with

are not alone enough to pretent accidents. Speed ped by Assistant Police Chief warned that the deadline for The Rally, beginning at 7:30 i years ago and pointed out that The Telegraph Wednesday afternoon .

and carelessness! can make brand-new automobiles P Riley Sweat and Patrolman E. F. applying is Thursday May 3, and j 1; p.m., was the voters' first oppor- | the Judge's post is a full-time I Turpin revealed that Jame.i
said that all absentee ballots must unity to hear the views of all position requiring the full atten- i Austin Bell 36. owner of Bell'.i
uth as these far more dangerous than older vehicles Miles at 2 a.m. Sunday on Call be marked and returned by 5 p.m. candidates together and also provided j: lion of a man without outside Garage on W. Brownie Street

the of create ( 'Street when the officers noticed I the before many of the office-seekers circled! Richmond
despite feeling security they on Monday May 7, day interests. He mentioned a number and the surrounding -
smears of blood on the side ci the first County primary. i with a first look at their opponats' -! of procedural area
because of their greater power. These were sobadly I improvements at an extremel
mangled when they struck head-on that it 1 their car. i I Applications and full information I I e strategies. I hAl e had instituted and stated that low altitude for some time before
are available at Mrs. Crosby's I county candidates in contested I there had I making
took two trucks! to pull them apart. The men appeared extermel i! j been no telephone in I a perfect landing 10 miles
I nervous when the policemen ask- office in the Bradford Courthouseand : races were alloted 10 min- :i the Judge's office until his election J! sontheast of the city in a
from Circuit Court Clerk i utes for their speeches, though | so that it I j ture belonging pas-
often difficult to
i red Simmons, the owner of the car, was Green Bailey
Woman Dies In Crash to open the luggage department. Charles A. Darby. I: few used the full time, and the | for people to reach the Judge in I Sumner lying just across a low

He at first pretended to have lost The applications must be made i. unopposed incumbents were given i time of need. I fence line from stored explosive.
in and the applicant's signature 5 minutes each for "Thank You" the
his trunk key and when they saw person j Explain.: Tardiness jat I Army's B.'uegrass Ordnance
Early Friday Morning notarized or a notarized I addresses, most of which lastedno I :! Green, who Depot.j .
arrived at about:
____ this was not going to work the I
: signature and statement be furnished more than 1 or 2 minutes. I
1 men broke and ran in an escape I the middle of the rally, was allowed -j He said that Bell who
A Lakeland woman was killed f who was over four feet across the trucks one pulling at each end. to by the voter.Farmers E\prfrss Thanks l to speak after the other ,: available for comment was un.
attempt. .
,md three Bradford County resi- center stripe of the road into the untangle them. The motors of both State Senator Charley Johns candidates I time at prel>-
had finished
their talks
cents seriously injured in a head-I northbound lane at the time of were hurled partially into the passenger They were stopped and the I !I and Rep. Doyle E. Conner both I but Rally Chairman G P.rBth. I 1! (Continued apparently had had som
two automo- the collision j I trunk opened, disclosing two 5- | for re-election on Page 10))
on collision between according to state I compartments. unopposed also cut worth of
Hampton. Chairman of
Mles at 1:15 a.m. Friday on Highway I highway patrolman Carlos Mus- Musgrove said that Slade may II gallon jugs of moonshine whiskey. Welcome I short their 15 alloted minutes in.I !i I the County Democratic Executive |I II

301 just a few hundred yards grove. 1Ia\(" Long Records I Curfew
have swung wide in a curve just !i Committee, warned that in the ImposedOn
on the Bradford side of the river Musgrove charged Slade with before the bridge and failed to seethe !, "When they began to hedge" Tornadoes Spill future any candidate who cannot (

ridge marking the Alachua Coun- reckless driving by violation of the other car in time. !' Sweat stated, "I knew' there had Drought Relief j: arrive on time will not be allowed'

:v line. right-of-way on the wrong side of Bradford County Judge Theron: to be either burglar tools or moonshine Lake City 20-2 I i to speak. I 4 More YouthsAn
Killed instantly in the crash wasMrs. the road, and stated that the I! in the trunk." :
young A. Yawn stated that a "This is the first and the last

Hattie mother-in-law Lee Holton. of 65,Otis of driver had been drinking. inquest will be held to Coroner'r I They were taken to the city: Hope For Break i/n/ Mound TiltThe time that this: will! be done," he i,

Lakeland I Mrs. FusseR suffered multiple whether Mrs. Helton's death can I jail, where a check with Ocala said. !i 8 p.m. curfew was imposed
27 of Auburndale
,
William Pussell. I contusions, a fractured I be ascribed to negligence when" authorities showed the two to The tardy candidate explained I for the next 30 days against four
right leg.
driver of one of the cars. Rainfall one-half to three Bradford Tornadoes had I Starke
of
end a fractured right ankle; Fus-I Mr. and Mrs. Fussell have recovered have long criminal records with II that the rain had made him late I I teenagers by Mayor W. T
She and Betty Zane Fussell 20, departments quarters of an inch in this area their guns cocked and loaded I Jackson in
sell sustained lacerations and a | sufficiently to give testimony. I both city and county police I I 1 I and expressed his desire to serve a special session of the
were passengers in the Fussell ear Tuesday broke a long drought (at against Lake City last Friday and I(Mayor's Court
north at fractured right leg; and Slade received A Coroner's Jury could file an I including charges o. I I I the people once again. He pledged I at 8 last Wednesdaj
a 1956 Mercury traveling least temporarily) but left the j banged out a 20-2 victory in a
| grand larceny break-and-entering, i i i if evening on charges of
multiple abrasions. All affidavit requiring Slade to I elected, to be available for service I disturbing
:approximately 30-35 miles per appearin soil still far short of moisture game played there. Bradford the peace and
three were taken to Bradford !land a number of other offenses. I i at any time of the day or disorderly condurt
hour. Circuit Court on Manslaughter enough to meet normal require .! got 11 safeties off the offerings The four all
County Hospital.The I Both are at present out on l|: night.: minors, were caught
Their car was struck by a 1955 charges he revealed which carry a ments. I'I'' of the great football and track |I jby Starke police
I bond felony chargesi Circuit Court Clerk I attempting to
Charles
driven south at an es two vehicles were so ('om'plelely maximum pending A.
of 20
Mercury I possible penalty Light as it was, the rain was: I star, Ernest Barnes, but the majority steal hub-caps from
timated 50 miles per hour by Don locked together by the impact i years imprisonment or a $5.000 i I against them in Marion County. worth thousands of dollars to I j of them were of the extra Darby, Tax Assessor Gene Long, mobile;. taking parked auto-

..1)<1 Franklin Slade 18, of Hampton, I that it took two wrecking:Ii fine. { The blood on the side of the I II Bradford County not only as a base variety. j and Tax Collector J. R. Kelly ,small items from the miscellaneous
next
i on the construction
agenda took
car Dixon explained by saying spur to famished but also I Leading the Tornado attack only a site of the
I crops new
Mayor's CourtA that he had had a tooth extracted :- as an aid in curbing wildfires that |j i i was the big catcher Eulie Rush j i t i minute for each to thank the voters I and climbing the city tower.water tower
I Registration Figures Show Republican and had been returning them to office with-
spittingblood I II have cost this county an estimated -!!I, ton, with a home run and two I I out opposition. Jackson called the special ses
out the window now and I !I singles. Rushton also three sion of the
$150,000 in got
timber losses court
total of $570 In fines wag I I II I I i New Platform I'sod because of the
levied by Mayor W. T. Jackson then. I since March 1. RBI's. Next in line was Bill Al. H. A. Lawson, I age and past good records of the

Monday during the regular sea-I I Decline Since 54 Election In CountyAn Fines each or 90 dayd The rainfall recorded here was :i derman with a home run, followed [ County Sheriff stated candidate he feels for boys, explaining that it would

nlon of the Starke Mayor'srv on the. were less l than that experienced iH | by Gus Kopelousos with a I qualified for the office I probably have done them more
urt against by Mayor W. T.yor's .! some sections of Florida that got double and single. Parrish and thanked and harm than good to have been
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increase of 116 u, t w totalUiiiLvr .414 voters J acksoi. Court Mo?,i more than inch Gill also had two hits each. I Theressa Community brought before
James Simmons and Zeke Dix- registered as of April I j I: an of rain. Gusty: i I (Continued! I the regular Monday
on
on of Ocala were assessed $250 I 01 legisieiea israaioru I 8 as compared to 5,328 at the',day morning after both pleaded]I 1 winds damaged roofs and signs in; j Bradford's infield ar.a outtie a Page 10) morning session and frrmalH
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each for Iransportating Illegal Bounty vOlers, with a decrease of 1954 general election. /guilty to transporting illegal 'this area following the rains, and: | played pretty tight ball, making Berry Prices charged.
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whiskey. Michael Gordon and 1"0 votes in uie Republican ranks I There are 5,377 registered ', whiskey. the mercury dropped to a chilly' only one bobble. Edwin Johns, j I They were released in the cus

Joseph 1... Kooner forfeited $10 ..tine 1104 was reported this Democrats, 57 Republicans and Change* Plea 50 degrees Wednesday morning. I I the astute left-hander had Lak Stabilize After tody of their parents who were

bond apiece by failing to appearin ncvii oy supervisor of Ki-gistra-I 10 Independents in the County, i Dixon at first entered a plea I With less than an inch of rain City guessing and struck out 10 (Early II required by Jackson to appear with

answer to red light violation i won .\ii5. \iuridn L. Crosby. I she revealed adding that a substantial I of not guilty to the moonshine ; in i March, crops and pastures ini i batters before Curtis McGee was I Slump their children, and must be In

-barges, $25 was forfeited by Les.! .Airs. Crosby's records show number of new registra-I charge and a charge of resisting I, the county were literally burning !, brought in to pitch the last two ,: Strawberry receipts for their homes after 8 p.m. every

lie Libby for reckless driving I I j tions can be expected between \ arrest, but changed his testimony':' i in the fields, ponds were drying!I innin s. Coach Hull's "expert-, season through the current night unless accompanied by their

and James Dommon was fined Pike Authority I the primaries and the general i when Jackson pointed out that itjdid (Continued on Page 10)) 'I ment" with the strong-armed I totalled $72,545.04 April 11.] parents.
almost
$25 for disorderly conduct. I Schedules I election later this year. : not agree with that of Simmons sophomore turned out pretty good the amount that had been triple, Starke police have been alerted
Willie Brown. who was involved Hearing The registration rolls were and explained the const for the Tornadoes as he fanned I at this date in realized to watch for the four and a fifth

11a minor accident without hidriver's -, | On Bond Validation closed until after the May primaries i quoncea of a perjury conviction. Gay Appliance \i5 of the 6 batters that faced him. I of 1955. the low-ebb season I young driver given a similar sen

license was released with on April 7, and a number Questioned as to the source of t McGee showed a pretty fair curve'i' After a disappointing tence last week with instructionsto

i warning to have it on his person | In a legal advertisement start- j lof voters are known to have been I the home-brew the men named a'Opening Features ball and proved himself a good featured by early stan t. arrest immediately any of them

while driving when he proved,' ing in this issue of The Telegraph! caught by the deadline. I j Jesse or Joe Hicks, about sLxI I : pitching prospect for the future. I prices, the market poor quality soon strength-and low|I'found on the streets after dark

that he did have a valid license the Florida State Turnpike Au- I! There were 5,226 Democrats i i miles from Lawtey" as their sup- j Range As Prize Tuesday night's game with Ket- ned and growers have, in the ,'

j thority gives notice of a publio !183 I I Republicans, and 19 Independents I plier. Authorities expressed the terlinus was rained out and was I four weeks, received a satisfactory past',I Gay To Head Local

67 Lose 1 hearing in the Circuit Court of when the books were: I opinion that this is probably a r rescheduled for Wednesday, weather average for good quality fruit. !
Exemption I I I closed Formal opening of Home i' II IIIn i Campaign For ErvinThe
,I Leon County in Tallahassee on for the 1954 election. fictitious name. but are nonetheless Gay's permitting. I the six-day period.

Bradford County Tax Assessor May 15 at 10 a.m. I I The number of negro voters In'' running down the lead. i Appliances! in its new building at !ICourt Expected to appear in the 11, growers sold 1,369 crates April at 5-1
this I Purpose of the is Bradford County has increased ; I and Madison streets will :Tornado lineup soon is a letterman I appointment of Jerry 0
Gene Lang revealed week hearing to I, William Lee Jacobs, of Tampa: | /average of $9.30 for a gross of 'Gay. local insurance
that 67 residents and former residents -,I i give all persons affected by the ,,' from 714 in 1954 to 872 at the was taken into custody by Federal I bp held this Saturady, April F I. i| from last year's squad. 1279770. Volume is dwimtlinhowl''l'r /;, :Bradford County agent as

lost their homestead exemptions issuance of the $185,000,000 Turnpike present time. I agent Frank W. Watt at 8:30: To celebrate the occasion the Glen Reddish who was a late and only 14 crates came I' for Richard campaign manager
I 1' (Dick
custoIml'rs ) Ervin
this year by failing to file Revenue Bonds an opportunity -j There were 57 white and 26 n.m. Friday on Highway 16 in owner Adolph Gay, invites starter this spring. I to the market Wednesday. Mon Ih! is campaign for re-election: in

applications in his office before to show cause why th-' negro Republicans registered in :; Starke when a service station I to come in Saturday and The BUS squad is intact at .day's total was 261 crates and I Florida's Attorney a-
General
the April 1 deadline. 'I I bonds should not validated, ai : 1954! as opposeI..Tuesday's 124 crates.R. r.ounced this week. was an-

The applications which must proposed.The H negro'oters this year. j odor of moonshine whiskey I and also a new battery for I Iany tough for Reddish to break into A. Nettles Jr.. who is handling I- Mr. Gay has been

be renewed each year were ac- !: bonds are dated April 1, I Of 17 white and 1 colored I n- i around his truck: registered inI I make car to be given away : the lineup unless': one of the out I .l the berry deal here this season I the insurance business engaged in Stark in

"epted by mail or in person at H f)6. and will bear interest at a I dependents in the last election] j the name of a Tampa furniture. fcy Starke Tire Sales. The awards !i fielder.! or infielders makes a said Tuesday's rain may help i since graduating from the I'niver

the Assessor's office for an extra rate not to exceed five per cent 9 whites and 1 negro remain. i company. I will be made Saturday afternoon !! slip. I l late berries, but predicted a sity of Florida's College of Bus

day this year because the sched-J, ; per annum, payable semi-annually I The total of new registratioiincIude ri.s Tcll-Tale Puddle I at 5 o'clock.Mr. This far along in the season j :slump in volume for the next: I ness Administration in 10.M Pr-

uled deadline March 31, fell on on April 1 and October 1 of each I 61 men and 52 women i i i After Jacobs pulled out of the :! theie. Gay also! announces tha LI.' a player should not make any ,I'week or so due to a gap caused viously connected with the H. r

Sunday. ;' year. and all maturing on April' this year with 34 new colored |station the owner called police i i will be free gifts and fun | mistakes, but when any one starts ]I by late frosts and dry weather. Wall Agency Mr. Gay in January

Long stated that most of the 1. 1996. male voters and 125 colored j who notified! Watt. A puddle of. for all at the opening of his new :| having mental lapses it is time: This year's receipts have already I- I established his o'\n agency )located
i
I lost exemptions art "people who Any .citizen taxpayer or per- women. "| l liquid left in the gas station store. j for him to take his turn on the' topped last season's entire nt 1227 E. Call St.

have moved away or otherwise l son having or claiming title or N'earlv two thirds of Bradford | driveway by the truck was foundto The attractive new building ;! Vnch." Hull said. ''J]gross when the berry crop brought In accepting the app"intmeni;
changed their status" during interest in affected: County voters are located within offers many square feet of floor'' The Tonia any property I j be illicit liquor and the vehicle play a Ii;growers only some J60.000. The Mr. Gay said he lelieves the city
I 9;5. by the issuance of the bonds will]l the City of Starke and the im-t was overtaken before it space for the display of the game today (Friday* against; j 1954! gross was $87,000' ; 1953. $S3- r.fns of Bradford will help re-ele"

have an opportunity to b' heard;l' mediately surrounding area Mrs. I passed the city limits. popular :Xorge and Maytog appli-j! fake City at 3:30: p.m. Next 'I 000[ ; and the last "good" year, Mr. Krvin because of his effective'

Matthews To Speak on May 15. Crosby disclosed with 2.196 in Watt reported that two ( i itnces for which Mr. Gay is local] j Tuesday they go to Palatka fora 1932.; saw Bradford growers gross light to keep segregatnj.n in our

As now proposed the turnpike Precinct No. 2 and 1.346 in Precinct I tins had burst and their (5-gallont'ontents' ,a enL j I Ij night game.spent :?160.000 from berries. schools by every lawful means
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('ongressman Billy Matthews announced will pass through Bradford Xo. 3 for a total of 3.452ii

yesterday that he will I County along the Clay-Bradford the two Starke groups. were running out the back leaving SfarkeHome Burns Saturday Morning. -
a trail "you could smell for
bring his campaign for re-election County lint'n interchange will The breakdown countywitte.h I -
a block. i .
to Starke on Saturday. April 14, he constructed about three miler precinct is as follows: i : :
when he is scheduled to speak here east of Starke. where the pik Precinct Xo 1. l.II.wt.7Q I It is not known whether Ja- :

a i l p.m. He will speak in Lake crosses State Highway 230 i :Neu (Pontmued on Page 10)) cobs was bringing! 'shine into the

Butler at 2:30: the same day. R'niing RoaJ>I.t city from Tampa or if he wa j t

Juvenile Drivers taking a load of whiskey manufactured -; ,
here back to that city '
Can Lose Licenses :' but police stated that Simmons !

and Dixon were definitely taking
\ recent ruling by Florida
: their moonshine from here back I Ito
At:"!'I1l'y-General Richard Ervin
I Ocala for resale.
-; lU' that: police officers may p _
T '
1'>hino' Prmlucttl Locally
:tkt' away the licenses of juvenilet
Authorities have been
r,Iff violators at the trying
thueor for some time to locate theOU'tC5 .
the offense without :
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: S of moonshine whiskey in t ? r- _____
::1 ourt hoaring. !
Bradford County. but have been
The opinion. given at the request _
able to elicit _
little
or no (So-
of State
}! Highway Patro!
l Oi rector II X. Kirkman, makes operation from persons arn-sted
with the brew in their
1 i it possible for juvenile authori- posses-
sion.
'ii"< to keep 'oung'loJ.tors! off

% tht- streets until their licenses !: It is known that there are stillsin

have been suspended, revoked or operation somewhere in or r-

restored to them by the courts ;I near Starke, as the local productis 1--- .. t-: '' __ _&<1._ -

The license of a minor thus i nicknamed "Starke Whitt.Lightning" .>j 1I An early morning fire last Saturday :otarkp'oluntPf'r firemen Albert Lee Crosby (above leftj steadies
nearly an hour
bringingthe the hoe Assistant
as Fire Chief
taken should be forwarded immediately -| in surrounding areas Claude Pickett pours water througha
and Jackson completely destroyed the Conflagration under control uindow of Ban Crawford's burning home
to the proper authori- : Mayor has called north of Saratoga
E ties along with a report by thn moonshine "one of the major home of Dave Crawford just The home and contents, valued Heights lat Friday morning. The blaze vta* fueled by leaking JeU

arresting officer Ervin said. 'causes of crime in Starke." Ii north of Saratoga Heights in ,, at over $1,300 and uninsured wap from LP gas tanks tutu they were pulled away from the frame siding

The Attorney-General based his 1 He said that "at least 50 per I Starke. !I described as a total loss. I' (center picture) at one end of the log building. At right is a

ruling on the fact that a driver's 'I'pent" of the serious cases brought Assistant Fire Chief Claude II Pickett estimated that more I view of the conflagration from the bank of a ditch separating It

l license taken "in the process ofj: before the Mayor's Court each Pickett stated that the blaze apparently i than from new homes in the subdivision, showing woods in the background
3,000 gallons of water
Ticket Chairman Dolly SullUan of the Starke Bifalne and Professional apprehending a juvenile for violating -: 'week can be traced directly or began in bedclothes a\ I was that were threatened by flying sparks! before the fire waa brought

Woman's Club displays the Bar-B-Q Grill to be given away the law relating to the i indirectly to the use of 'shine or one end of the log house and | used on the fire and stated that I'I j under control.

by that group on June 1 for Mr. and Mrs. C. I'. O'llern Jr. of Peoria operation of a motor vehicle on to traffic in it. quickly spread to ignite LP gas 'I it might have ignited nearby

IU., lifting Starke on their way South a* George II. Vanpfy of Con'y the public highways" may legally !; Jacobs' truckload of whiskeylas tanks standing against an outside woods and other homes if firemen ( the flames under control until Crawford said that all he owned .

Island Apartments (left) and Chamber of Commerce Manager Mrs.Marian be classed as evidence and held ,) been impounded as evidence wall.Firemen. I had not been able to use the last. the burning gas tanks were pulled except the clothes on his back

Howe (right) look on. She Li accepting ten-cent donations until the case 1 is brought to court i' and city police destroyed that: found 20-foot flames ,' fire hydrant at the northern eat away from the wooden side of was destroyed. adding that the

trom Vanpfy and the O'llernt for the Bl'W Building Fund. i i as juveniles are issued restricted found in the possession of the I shooting from the roof when Iof the Saratoga subdivision.I I the house, and the gas burned house had contained a brand-new

licenses two Ocala men I they arrived at 5:50: a. m. and It was not possible to bring for several hours more television set.1'hb .






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editorial Farmer's Diary HEILBRONN l dinner Norman guests in Starke of Mrs.last Friday.Kenneth you are required to serve- --a-copy-of !MtlUK (>!' 1NTKM-IO TO .
our answer or pleadme to the complaint Mt.f.iHll-H H(-111'0'.t.
Gene demons' address has on the Plaintiffs AttorneyH. Notice l.s hereby given that :
Ul Sam Sect been C. Baldwin. P O 11>X 104 uud.,,.,.:,,... .....d..rh.<* pr, \ .., M,
arvey lljr :Mrs. Alltel .Norman changed to: Pvt. Richard E. tiaitK'SMlle, Fl.rdaand Chapter J p '.:..i. I...... of K1 '. .il ,
demons. RA14570S60 20thf.P.:: file the original in the office of Attof Yeti: will, M-i--rr! .. :1.:! "
We'll Take StevensonThe housand 90's this 85 U.1Wl 4 ...44 Co Ft. Riley. Kansas He wou'-J the Cler'. of the Circuit Court on < l.rk i .' Hit ,'i ,,rt C..r! [ '. '
year was ? .. '., ..
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or the tr B .ui! nl < .My. M ter : K '
(:rates. which is very good, but Rev Curtis Harris filled the appreciate heanr.sr from friends. 23 day of April 111.Nh..rwl.e Ida t.\"... r'r: "f yr' .' '". .'
battle between Senator Estes of Bald .
forthcoming the allegations 1u:1ti"'i of th.'- lioilc til' :
Kefauver and former Governor Adlai Stevensonfor lot as high as last year when ha pulpit at both services last Sunday THE IUGUT FOI.NT for thenay Complaint will be taken as confessed name . by you. (,y. StarkMor.da.
Florida's delegates to the National picked I 49 crates from IS thous- ReBeard., pastor of the you write. Come in and M'- This notice shall be puDlIsheflnee
twenty-eight The the sole owners tl ,....1 .' .
each week for four
church is conducting a revival in cunsecuie -
Democratic Convention is! being watched I nd. Pete said his patch is about let jour favorite:. ESTER lWOK: weeks in the Bradford County nesarc. Herlitrt T'o'n..t I 1'. ,
Tennessee. Fountain ..n. TELKGKAl'II. eleitraph p> II. Thomas North Chj', '. -'
with interest throughout the Nation because of I burned up now, and that it looked I'H.d ttu1". any ., f: :Mir.h, 1956. Slarkf. t'lt,r.da
Youth Week is being observed 1...--1 ;hi"th .1 f Mi 1
its peculiar significance.For food; until the cold weather. .nrn ot'TP.TIO'> 10 OKF1CH1..SKA' > Char.-A. Darby; < "n .
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J: ,
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in the church this week.Mr clerk .r 'hf r:n.uit Court i' 17 : r> : II: > I I. :!
IiEGI'TIat
FIf71Tlo1'SAM1: ;
reasons best known to students of mass and Mrs. Ancel Norman Notice m hereby given that the By Marian L. Cr ..by. I*, i,_utcVrk_ 1-:, -d.. .
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psychology Senator Kefauver's wins in the Wisconsin Ned Coleman, who lives near business underslraed.: under the prml'iin, ---- ------- -
Now that the pecans have budded were visitors to Jacksonville of ('huptPr0.153!. Laws of Florida
and Minnesota primaries are generally out. spring should be here, Pete, is also having the same Thursday of last week. Arts of 1JI1. will rreister with the

supposed to have enhanced his chances in Florida I but i this has been a mixed: up trouble in one of his berry K C. Johns has returned from Clerk r"r nradfnrd of the(Counts Circuit State Court of In F-!Till' Vote For !
l llill'llll! L \'ut'tHilllFOR
although Stevenson is still conceded to have the .season and we could still have afrost. patthes. Both of these; growersare the hospital in Gainesville, wherehe di. upon of receipt this notice of p-oof, the of fietrto ptiMir.ition 'a-- I ( ()! !!! !

upper hand. Why Kefauvt r s victories in Minnesota :: ; Main trouble now is thatit at a loss to explain what has underwent surgery on his ii:tnuof, Florida. H..at ShieMtinder <'"
should boost his stock in It almost useless whi<-h w, are rnpaei'.1 '1-1
and Wisconsin is too dry. is caused the
damage to theirplantings eyes.Archie huMPf-a at *>,>4 Temple \\.*.. >r irkt
Florida is one of those mysteries that can be ex- to set out plants such as tobaccoor which looked good until Carmichael js convalescing KlaJo.s
at home after H Arnold. 11..X 9S". St.tU.Kla \ .
the that undergoing an
plained only Ly the mas? psychology of "band- pepper crops are up recently. .
wagonitK" are not growing off fast, and I a operation in a Jacksonville hos- Guy H. Sale Box 454.St.; u k. County CommissionerFROM

As of this moment is is hard to see that Sena- pastures brown.are burning up and turning Talked to Floyd Crosby who pital.Tate Crosby is still seriously ill Fla.Dr J W. 1IaProft..>-loui
was planting some Dixie 18, on IMdir. Jack'-nimHe, FlaI'at.rl DISTRICT ONE
to offer the people of
has anything )
tor Kefauver S s at his home this 6th'dty of Ann I. .V l' F
handshake and demonstrated his day off from driving a gaso- I'r.i. it StJlke. Bradford .'ni.nFlorid *\ LAWTEV)
Florida but a Friends in this ,
a Daisy had a bull calf this community were .. r
ability to garner votes. Certainly on the issue of week and we were so busy{that line delivery truck. Floyd" who shocked to lea in of the death of 46 4t 40TII' .'" HORN: AM: HKAKKD,

segregation, which seems to be paramount in the we did not have time to "even was Oscar's planting place, on said his there brother was Son Yarbrough of Jacksonville.. \ T T" tt't'KtR 1 IN BUAnrow cor.NTYlie

minds of a majority of the electorate as well as think about it. Seems that not and extend sympathy to the bereaved ,1 rironU Court. )I'.rnrifori ('..aRly.
enough moisture the he ,,
in field Florida: In ('hlln'I"nn. '*. ----------- -
candidates, he seems determined to take a far long ago, we had four head and was working. family .\ Jay tarln-r. Plaintiff \,
less moderate stand than Governor Stevenson.In there was plenty for them to eat Mr. and Mrs Morris Johns and I-'hn Hin.M: O.irh.r. .p.ftnrtintC.i :Stands' For Honesty Sincerity and Economy
> No 10.11"Collce
his speeches and actions from California to and now we have seven with one Visited with Mr. and Mrs. family of Jacksonville spent :> To Appears (I'd. 1'01.d i
Sunday with the E. C. John To John Harold arbor. ..II.-,
more expected day. As cheap -
Washington to Florida Senator Kefauver has any \V. C. Ward and their daughter. family. sitiiMn''' is Baldwin 1'ark Cilif., 1ma. 1-
aligned himself with those who favor Federal as! rows are now, it will not pay Joyce. Mr. Ward was busy set- Mr and Mrs and \\hosp adilrf--' i' vvrtTMissio'i
Barrier Eggers JlflRo.nlt.atl I Cihffrnia
feed for them -
intervention in behalf of immediate desegregation us to buy ting out tobacco for his 1.8 aero and .
S e e family spent the weekend
A dead giveaway of his feeling in this matterwas Stopped at the Starke Farmers allotment. Mrs. Ward told us here with relatives suit You for are divorce hereby notified that a I ANDREWSC I

provided by his refusal to sign the recent market and talked to some of they had 33,000 berries ((90's Mr and Mrs Am el Norman has been filed aealtM: >ou In theahnve
named Court and cause and
anti-desegregation "manifesto" which bore the the and heard and they like that variety because -
strawberry growers
signatures of 100 Southerners (including several the same story from them all -- they pick more than tho
Missionaries. Mr. Ward said that FOR CONGRESS
Republicans) in Congress.In that there is very little fruit and I Roberts
things look pretty bad now because a r
a speech at Orlando, on his most recent bloom coming on. Prices very it is so dry.

visit to Florida Kefauver carried his integrationist good $9 to $10. but not enough My Opponent favors Big Business:

theme one step further when he served notice, berries Also talked to Troy Dukes who FOR

by inference, that if the South wants to bolt the e grows tobacco and other cropi HE VOTED FOR) :

ticket over this issue, the "nationalist" element After we put water on our up the road from the Wards. Ho SuperintendentOf THi: \.\Tr AL (AS BILL

of the Democratic Party will not go beyond a patch last week, the plants and responded had just set out his tobacco an<\ Public Instruction UK OTEI) TO IXCKKASK: : illS OWN SAL

certain point in attempting to conciliate it. He out to a it lot very of new quickly growth he was worried about it living, ... _. .\HY1): TilE st I'ItF.J1E ('()1'IT Jl'STICKS .

told his listeners that they were deluding themselves put because of the drought. Speakms BRADFORD COUNTY SALARIES
However, out patch is far behind
if they did not think the Supreme Court all others and we still haven'tpicked of berries, he remembers puking

has the final word on the (Constitution. He appealed berries. The fruit for his grandfather Lewis C Cle-1 A VOTE FOR CARL IS A HE VOTE! AGAINST; :

to the "New South" to adopt a "nationalviewpoint" many mon who farmed near llo'lhron! t. VOTE APPROPRIATION!: : FOR HOI MM,
we are picking is as goat as w.ever I
makeit Springs T t FOR THE FOR LOW INCOME F\MILIF.S
and ridiculed UlOievho try to had, with this exception: vva BEST INTERESTS
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a
the South has "a static society of I 1 OF YOUR CHILDREN
appear that still prefer the taste of the Missionary -
Visited with Mr and| Mrs 8 For
Vote May
yesterday. above he 90. But the
Ktrhv Crews who live on the old (I'd. I'ul.11) c
In making such an appeal, Senator Kefau\er Ji'Vs, sure do fill up a cup in n Rlarko-Lake Butler road in a

seems to realize that he has' already lost if he hurry and that is a big advantage beautiful old farm which wa GUY

ever had, the support of Southern conservativesor started bv his grandfather Bud -

moderates, and is staking his chances on developing m Crews! Mr Crews farmed until lie-Elect A IiflnrlJI '

support among the arch liberals. lie Trouble again with thrip. We about 10. years ago, and now hi 1'IIol'llt) I .Jolllls IVRI! S

knows that it is possible for the Democrats to dusted with Parathion last week, enjoys taking care of his cattle, y: ;e .
South Tru- but the doggone things are backin e e a e
win the presidency without the full (
that again as bad as ever. Heard a new (to us) He's the GUY
man did it in 1948)) and is making a pitch expression School Board Member ,
will endear Win to the metropolitan centers of s a a this week. "Dry weather

of Florida and Visited Pete Griffis and his will scare you to death but wet DISTRICT 4 "
the North and East. If the people (COUNTY-AT-LARGEI For Us ,
well sister Mrs. Myrtle Priest, (Mrs weather will starve you." If that
the rest of the South want to come along, '
I. He Is A Father 4 Children
Griffis was in the hospital at tha is the case, right now with the -
infers
and good. If they don't let them bolt
time) and Pete said he had a county powder dry there are n In School. 9

Mr. Kefauver.As Governor fair season with his berries. Said lot of farmers being scared t.j 2. I Raised and Educated in Bradford Listen Saturday
compared with the Kefauver position his heaviest picking from 40 death
.. Countymy .
is far
stand desegregation -
Stevenson's on ........................ the Beta Sigma Phi sorority in 7:30 AM. 12:10 I'M. .
more acceptable to Florida and the South as a lie'gret Campaigning Mhedule uas interrupted Sat., 7th by i,
son PMWDVII .
StaikeMr .
whole. decision Although he the acknowledges law of the the land.Supreme Gov. T/\TF
Court as t > I iheii son-in-law and daughter. ; ; ; : ]1250 on Dial
told a of Negro ( ;;;;;; DependableI'd. .
courageously group Qualified
Stevenson Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, spent You Can Hear These i,., .., .
who pressing him fora By Janet Turner
leaders in California, were Sivt 111 day in Jacksonville ( Vol.d) Stations In Your Area
stand, that ". we have to proceed graduallyin Phone 135-J MOKK. slloUKi: ..I'd. I'ul.Ih' i

these matters. You do not upset the traditionsof '444.44..4.. Mrs. Louise Harden, Mrs. P. IIKnncher. ,

generations? overnight.. He has= declared himself Mr. and Mrs W. T. Blair of Jr. Mrs. L. W. Pace ----

against: such proposed! integrationH'apOns Brooker were visiting Mr and Mis P A. Allwood and Mrs. J. G.

as dl'nyingFt'deral school funds to states that do :Mrs. J. E. Edwards on Sunday Caldwell entertained with a Stork

immediately! end segregation, in their schools. Mr and Mrs. G. K. Crews had Shower, honoring Mrs \\'. S. Mc-

not Floridians and Southerners everywhere must in their guests Thursday night! of \liley of Starke on Thursday. Here's the BQ! Fact You Need to Know

last week, Mrs Crews' brothersand April 5,. ill 7."o:= p.m. in the Com-
find presidential
a
realize that they are not goingto sisters-in-law Mr and Mrs n unity Club House -
candidate who will be wholly acceptable to IC.. Clemons and Mr. and Mrs
The dub house literally sparkledwith
them on the segregation issue. No candidate in Lewis Clemons of Gainesville. all the spring flowers of a About the Mobilgas Economy Run !
i is going to defy the Supreme Courton
either party Seaman Eugene Allwood arrived garden The highlight of the refreshment -
this issue that's for sure. After this fact home Monday: to spend his leave table was a beautiful

has been acknowledged and accepted the next with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. three-tieied cake decorated in

question becomes: "Who. among the possible P. A. Allwood. Eugene has just white and green and topped with

Democratic nominees, is the most acceptable to finished his first course at the baby slices.

those who would maintain the customs and tradi- Annapolis Prep School in Bain- A beautifully decorated bassinet,

tions of the South at least as long as possible? bridge, Md. laden with gifts. was presented to

There can be but one answer to that question. Miss Nancy Bates Henry Mrs. McAliley by little PatsyHitchcock

The man is Adlai Stevenson. Ucharde and Claude Johns, Jr. and Johnny Allwood. Pontiac Beats
attended the Beta Club Conven- Mrs. T. A. Yawn and Mrs. W. T.

tion in Daytona Beach over the Jackson of Starke were prize

eekend. winners of the fun-filled gameslayl'd

Why Not Discuss Issues? Mrs. Bryan Whitfield and Mrs. by Mrs McAliley. her

hostesses and 25 guests.Mrs. .
Milo
Seigler and children spent
With the candidates for county offices takingto Thursday of last week in Camp- M. A. Garcia and daughter

the hustings at Theressa Tuesday night, a ville visiting Mrs. Whitfield'snew arrived from Can-

which at least on the surface, has been home. rtavillo.,
campaign
afflicted} with a severe case of doldrums! will takeon Mr. and Mrs R. V. Turner had with Mrs. Garcia's parents, Mr
inn
Makes
All
tntl :Mrs: J. G. Caldwell.Mrs. All of
increased tempo. as their guests Sunday. Mr. and J. E. Edwards and daughter Eights

Listening to the speeches at the opening rally, Mrs. W. T. Brinson and Carol and Linda, were visiting MrsEdward's .
would Greg Reddish of Valdosta. Ga.
candidates
we could wish, perhaps, that our father. John Thomas,
make their appeals for office more on the issues The State Farm Women's Club list Sunday Worthington I
personal pitch of held its first monthly meeting
involved and less on the purely Springs
too and need the Tuesday in the Community ClubHouse
"I think I can do a good job.

salary If this worse year's than rallies the man run true that's to in form there.there" will \V G.. The Stringfellow hostesses, Mrs were Tom Mrs DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! Miles Gallon !

Connor and Mrs. E. F. ReddingMrs. IN JUST 15 MINUTES Actual
of the problemsinvolved ,
little discussion .
he remarkably J. E Hitchcock gave an interesting It not pleased, your 40c back at ass per
in the operation of our county government and informative program drat .I<>re. Try msUnt-dryinf ITCH.
matters that should be and could! be discussed en the subject of Can'er.Irs MC-NOT at aiw time of day or nlfbt
to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fin. f jfcma. ., -
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to the advantage of all. Such discussions Janet Turner also cave a rep raton ringworm loot itch and other -

would! show that the candidate seeking the office the progress and growth of the Name sorfacg,). tube*. TaiUy at (DcaUr'f

his Qualifications for r.tncer Loan Closet sponsoied hv .,..i('111:11: :S DKlr. STORE
j".1,..... given the 1I""it I' un.inn.. rued .
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it some serious thought, and would inform the


voters What as issues to his objectives are there?in In seeking a county the place that i is Re-elect p. D, REDDSH! Positive Proof That Pontiac's Great Strato-Streak V-8

:roving as last as Bradford there must be

plenty.it seems To to be us. specific i is the ,much-discussed one very important and costly issue: YOUR SHERIFF 'Is America's Most Modern and Efficient Automotive Engine

practice of doing private work with county-owned BRADFORD
COUNTY
equipment.e do not say arbitrarily that such I

work should never be done if the
enough needed dirt to warrant pushing a

ater hole, for instance but we do say that all : PROTECTION:
before 1. POMT1AC 21.1098 miles gallon 9. CAR H..19.1M4l1ifesperge1!
Mich cases should come up for full review Official Results per
(Pd Pol .\d1 \'.)
t the board, and! should not be undertaken on ordersiviied I 2. CAR A, .....71.0420 miles per gallon 10. CAR 1 1.. .19.1552 miles per gallM
; by only one commissioner. The candidatewho
would pledge' himself to such a stand would Released by General 3. CAR 820.9012 miles per gallon) 11. CAR J.. ..187496 miles per gallon

have a.er}' effective "issue" it seems to us. 4. CAR C.......20.7124 miles per gallon 12. CAR K..18.6694 miles per gallon

And there are many others FLOYD 1IGCNS Petroleum l Corporation,
Contests for office should be decided by the 5. CAR D......207032 miles per gallon 13. CAR L. ...18.0750 miles per gaBo

voters on facts, not rumors. on intelligent discus- r Sponsor of the Event 6. CAR E,20.6193railespergolloa! 14. CAR M..l1.341 miles per gdh4

'ion, not vague references on whether a man : CANDIDATE FOR
not regardless of personal 7. CAR F..20.5211milespergalloe 15. CAR H.... ..177798 miles per galoi"I
does a good job or i.' Commissioner I

likes or dislikes. That is why we would welcome \.._. County 8. CAR G..20.4894 miles per galls 16. CAR O..11.41911t11n pet goto

more discussion of issues at the remaining rallies. DL3T. 5 County-At-Large )


a,.... ............ ..............., -..:.,->>--'. rc.YaTta>urr Asks Your Vote & SupportHe


THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH is opposed to mixing white and colored races in our .
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public schools

!: FLORIDA'S OLOtsr EST. 1879 WEEKLY NEWS. He pledges! his best efforts for a more progressive &e Your Pontiac Dwlt" for the Greatest Economy plus the Greatest GO on Wheels

1 4 Q C PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLV Bradford County

)' 0 He asks the voters of Bradford County to give him a

: : UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD trial in this job that has been held by the incumbent Simpson Urquhart Pontiac

for 16 years.CAPABLE .
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND E"'TEDrD' AS SECOND, CLASS
r MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER CONSERVATIVE CONSCIENTIOUS
THE ACT OF MARCH' 3, 1879 (Fd. roL Adv.) 52S SO. WALNUT ST. STARK E, FLA. PHONE 132

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" ,." ,. Eunice Bennett left on Sunday'I Hamilton. I .TTTTTTTTTTYYYYT....'YTY i Cannon, Ginger Cannon Marth.', .

for Venezuela, S. A. were he will :Mrs: Georgia Harvey of Mari-i Harris, Rose Mary Wellhausen
LAffTEY\ be connected with U S. Steel etta was the Friday luncheon !,,, MAXYILLEUy Oscar Owens, Carolyn Chilson Corns see you'H save af & P... itd/h

Corporation. The family will join, guest of the O. J. Anders family. I Edwin Chilson, Roger and Claude

I him in about four months. Their Mr. and Mrs Troy Bennett j I North Sidney Wellhausen, Jo<;
Mrs, C. B. NoUn
By Bin. Joyce T. Flitch; j ,daughter has entered the second md grandson. Wayne spent Sun-I'j Padgett, Shirley HiggmboOiam I

Ul A .........A.A. grade here lay afternoon in Jacksonville J.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. Annette Higginbotham John )
The L. P. Uafuse famny visited nth Mr and Mrs Glenn Williamson Waters Willard Padgett, Roger !
and Mrs. Lyle Sohmehls
Rev and Mrs. Carroll Cumber
Jack and
his sister, Mrs Alma Dyal, near and son, Robby. I i iMr week- Bud Waters and Bill
md son of Orlando, were greet- and daughter. Diane were Roberson.
and Mrs Lonnie Teston I
] on Sunday afternoon
HeCumbee a former Hampton j jMr. end guests of Mrs Schmehls'parents
old friends was here on Tuesday.pas- and Mrs Raymond Williams were in Ocoee last weekend to Mr and Mrs Buford Those attending the FFA an,', i I
ing of Jacksonville, visited the visit Mr and Mrs Robert Mel FHA banquet at the Baldwin I
and family.
: ir of the Methodist Church.Mr Higginbotham
Durban last weekend ton. High School Friday night were
Ki family I of
Mr Mrs. H. A. Sweat '
and Mrs. D. L. Stone had Mr: and Mrs Mac McQuinn ot : Sympathy is extender to the I and of :Mr. Mesdames Oscar Harris and Jane Parker Freshly Baked EnrichedWHITE
Macclenny were guests
..-. Thursday luncheon guests, Lake Butler visited the Durban family of the late Son Yarbo- and Mrs Leslie Sweat Sunday John North, Misses Jewel Higgmbotham. i
Mrs Laura Ostrom of Chicago, on Sunday. rough.Mr. Grace Harris and JoAnn
,tnd Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Neu Mr and Mrs Paul Dinkins of and Mrs. I. J. Manning and afternoon. Parrish and Claude North

it Jacksonville.Jim St. Augustine were recent visit- family of Manning visited Mrs Birthday Mr and Supper Mrs. F. B. Coleman I Mr and Mrs Fred Mann of I r ia 1tofie BREAD

Hafuse of Jacksonville ors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs Effie Boatright and family on entertained at their home last I Jacksonville were out visiting I

visited his brother, L. P., and Paul Dinkins Sr. and Mr. and Sunday.Mr. Thursday night with a birthday friends in Maxville last MondayFriends
!imily on Sunday. Mrs. Bub Carter. and Mrs. Bud William of Mrs Lonnie HarMs

KaiiUnt Maw Meeting Mrs. C. B. Hiatt and daughterswere and son of Lake Butler, the J, T. Mary supper Browning honoring of their Jacksonville daughter, will regret to learn that she has Seer Save up to 5c a Loaf 4 Lb Loaf 4 1C

The Mass Meeting of the Nt'ViRI'er in Gainesville Saturday topet Padgett family, and the Marklee Those enjoying this occasion with been seriously ill at her home i 1 i Mt

Association was held with glasses for Bonnie, and to do Padgett family of Clay Hill spent Mary and her parents were, Bud- here and wish for her a speedy! Yol ll S t tp I
Church last Sunday with the Theodore Crews I
the First Baptist some shopping. dy Browning, Mr. and Mrs. recovery.Mr. .
Thursday evening. Since new Mr. and Mrs. O J. Anders and family. Charles Home Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Marian Higgin
pews were being installed in the Billy were Sunday dinner guestsof Mrs. A. H. Harley is visiting bothamvisited Del Monte FancyKETCHU
James Coleman and Mr and Mrsl and family of Macclennv I
hun h, the group met in the Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stricklandin I i her son-m-law and daughter, Mr Ray Pellum of Jacksonville, and I with Mr and Mrs Dan
.iiNiol auditonum. After in- and Mrs. Nelson Blocker in Jack-
an Starke. Evelyn B. F. and Donnie Cole- Parrish and Mr.:! and Mrs Leslie I 14-ozBot
',resting program, the host Edwin Padgett of Highland, sonville. man. Sweat Sunday. afternoon I, E P.2 39CA&P
hurch served drinks and cup spent the weekend with his unclean Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starlingand Revival To Re held Mr and Mrs. Albert Smith and :
tikes their Mr. and family of Miami were recent I
to guests. Mr. and visitors at the Dan Starling home.
Mrs. Fred Moore an lrs.1
ter.Mr. Church will hold a revival beginning gett and famnand Mr and
tuldren were in Wildwooj on and Mis O J. Phillips Mr. and :Mrs. D. J. Ballentin:
Monday night, April 23. Randolph: Crosby were amongthose Fancy Sliced HawaiianPINEAPPLE
Sunday to visit their soninlawand were in Starke Sunday afternoonto of Jacksonville, and Mr. and I anpo1iti'a1
at 7.30: p. m. Rev. Charlie Emery attendingthe supper
daughter, Mr and Mrs Sec visit their son, Leslie and H. R. Barrett of the State MrS'\\ 0
tho in :!\tiJdleburgSat-
I of Jacksonville will conduct rally 20 1-40z Can
her Doyle Andrews and Debbien i fa milv. Master Frle Phillips returned I spent Sunday with the D. G. \Vil-I .
services and Winfred Wilkinson I urday( ni2htMr !: 29C
.. their new home. They all at-o 1 I home with his grandnar-I kersons. 1 will be the song leader. They and Mrs Joe Lucas and
ended services at the Baptis t I ant, and was their overnight Gwen Tanner spent the weekend i public is cordially invited to at-0 t family had as their guest last
Church there I guest with her sister Miss -

char-I tend. : Sunday, Mrs Lucas' grandmother
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Green,I I Mr and Mrs H H. Hamilton lotte Tanner, in Mr and Mrs. Charles Home of. Mrs Mary V. MosleyMr : Del Monte Fancy Ann Page Delicate FlaorPure
end children of Phoenix, Arizona, i had as weekend visitors their Mr and Mrs. Blain Teston had,
I I Jacksonville: were guests of Mrs and Mrs. T. L. Edward-; Spinach 2 1-lb Honey lIb jar 29cASI'
arrived last week for a visit with IRons, Norman and ix'nn.sn''i as weekend guests Mrs. Carl services a', I cans 25c
!
D. R Griffis Monday afternoor attended preaching
Mrs Grf>en's mother Mrs. Selma, their daughter-in-law, Mrs. LynnHERE'S Pea\y. Mrs. Gara Dorman, and I 0' Baptist : Ann Page Vnflauiml Plain
Heights I
Coleman Jacksonville
and also Mr and Mrs F. B. the Our Finest Quality
Mrs Ernest Peavy of Ocoee, and I Gelatin box of 32 89cZupcrlight
pkgs
and family. i iI church Sunday. I
their son, G. W. of Jacksonville Sauerkraut 2 1-lb cans 27cLibby's
Mr. and Mrs. Lathy Carroll of lUsehall: GameSunday ;: I
THE SECRET Mr and Mrs. G. F. Thompson I
: e the home
at I
I I Jacksonville visited Sunday after afternoon
Cut All Green
of Silver Springs visited the R. North. Mrs i Luncheon Meat 29c
I, noon with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie of Mr. and Mrs John
lIi PfJl U:7fIllIL1f I C.The Bryants Hubert last Priest week.family were I: Sweat and family and Mr. and D. B. Gnffis. Mrs Henry Gnffis I II i Asparagus 14l/2 oz can 25c Bird Eye Brand Frozen
Jewel
I Mrs Dan Parrish. I and Misses Evelyn Coleman -
iii Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and: I I and Iona Tender Strawberrys 10-oz pkg 27c
Roberson i iI
POWER MOWER Mrs. Buddy Browning, Mrs. I North Shirley
'I Mrs Ernest Williams in Well
1 born. I Chuck Home and Mrs. Ray Pel I Linda Waters played baseball Cut Beets lib can lOc Bird EyeBaby
HAS NO WHEELS lum of Jacksonville were guests I against the boys' team They I Limas 10-oz pkg 43c
Mr and Mis. George Roberts'! and
of Muss Jewel Higginbotham last: :will play again next Sunday Tub Style or Silver Brook Print
Powerful self-propell grandson, David Silcox, visited I
and interested in
Thursday afternoon. all ladies who are Bird EyeBroccoli
Aifo; ed roller drive. Glides the George Roberts Jr. family] Mr and Mrs. George Brown i playing come out and let's pet a I Iwoman's A&P Butter Ib] 65c 2 10-oz pkgs 45c
Can I in Gainesville last Sunday after '
on Skid-pan. visited Saturday with Mrs baseball: team OrganiZed.
not scalp lawn. noon. Brown's mother who is seriouslyill ; InttTiiMHlUted T. {T. A&P Vacuum Pk. Nabisco Crisp

; Fingertip forward-stop-Reverse. George Huggins of Starke led in a Gainesville hospital Sun- The Intermediate. Training Coffee lb 97c Ritz Crackers lIb box 31c

Leaf Mulcher available. A new the singing and T. H. Slade, also day they went to visit their son Union of the Maxville Baptists '

<,r ti kind of power mower. of Starke, was the guest speaker who is a patient in Hope Haven Church, with Mrs. Ruby Durranceand
on Sunday at the Methodist Hospital in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. T. L. Edwards as su-
TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY Church in the absence of the pastor Nora Bell Green and I pervisors will hold a social on Fresh Dressed & Drawn Grade "A" Fla. or Ga.

Rev. T. M. Wakefield, of family of Middleburg visited with! Tuesday night, April 17, at 7:30

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Gainesville. Mrs. Ruby Durrance and family 'I'p. m. at the church. Lb 3SC
Mrs Frank Wells of St. Au- and Mrs. Dora Bvrd Sunday. I Kyle Cannon and daughter FRYERS E S

gustine spent Friday with her: :Mrs. James Waters and family I Mrs Dan Hargroves, visited in !

PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA. mother Mrs. Effie Miner She of Lawtey visited here Sunday Jacksonville Sunday morning I II

carried her daughter Miss Mary afternoon with her narents. Mr. I i I with Mr. Cannon's brother and Copeland Very Tender Whole Half
Ann Motes, and Miss Gayle Mooreto II Webb or
and :Mrs! Buford Hieeinbothan i sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. :
I st Augustine for the weekend.I and l family and Mr and Mrs. Leslie Cannon. Lb
Mrs Nell Housley and Miss; Sweat and familv. Adult Training Union I HAMS S 49C

NO DOWN PAYMENT I Arthurine Blanchard of Jackson- Rev. Pabbs of Jacksonville completed An Adult Training Union was

\ ville were visiting the A. M the study course which he< organized at the Maxwell Bap-

Blanchard family during the was giving] to members of the! tist Church last Sunday night
\\eekendMr I Maxville Baptist Sunday School on I with Mrs. Raymond Kilgore a' Copeland Fresh Half or Whole

and Mrs. A. J. Starling I'The Teachings of Jesus" last' piesident. All interested adult;
Lb
have returned from Baldwin andre w eek.Mr.. to attend each Sunday
3G MONTHLY urged
-- PAYMENTS -- $ A19fiOft are PORK LOINS 39C
$300. | I '\ staving with the Hub Harley and Mrs. Charles McCliss evening at 6:30::: p. m.

family. I were called to Jackson, Ky. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargrove:
$ -- 36 MONTIILY PAYMENTS $20.17 :Mrs! Lois Tucker of Jackson- I night):: to the bedside of Mrs and daughter Minnie visited with

"ille spent the weekend with the !t MeClisse's father who is seriously Mr. Hargrove's sister, :Mrs. Edna i Super-Right Extra Freshly

Dave Tanner family ill. :Manning, and family in Glen St
LOANS UP TO $2500.00 Mrs Nellie Osteen of Tampa is! I Tuck Giddens of Plant Citjsrifnt Mary Sunday afternoon They also $ ,00SuperRight

spending sometime with her sis- I Monday night with Mr. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Pate; GROUND BEEF F 3Lbs

ter. Mrs. Mary Reddishh. Gidden's brother-in-law and sister, Griffis and little son who is m.1
Daniel Masse son of Rev. and I Mr and Mrs. D. B. Gnffis. On their way home they stoppedfor :
Why Put Off Mrs A. E Massey. has joined o James Thornton of Ocala and a visit with Mr. and Mrs
Cooked BARBECUEPORK
Ready-To-Eat
and II
forces stationed
the armed is Miss Merle Higginbotham were Theron Groves in Macclenny.
it Fort Jackson, S. C. visitors in Jacksonville Thursday. )tr. Mrs James Colemanof Lb
and .
Needed Repairs Paint Your House The Jack Reynolds family ol Mrs Buford Iligginbotharr I Jacksonville visited with Mr SPARE RIBS 49CVEGETABLES
Jacksonville visited last weekend
pent last Wednesday with her and Mrs I). B. Griffis and daughter -
Add a Room Screen Porches uth the R. W. :Moselys.! brother and sister-in-law. Mr I Monday afternoon.Mr. i iI '
Mr and Mrs. Willie (Champ]) and Mrs George Carter and family -I and Mrs. I. A. Eornstem .,'.'. '- -=_" ::< ,.... ',. ._.: __ _._-_,_ _: .. __:,., _,;_ .. .. o-t---. ': ':...-_ :

BUILD A GARAGE -' ADD A BATH INCLUDING Gnffis and family of Augusta, on Black Creek. I of Jacksonville visited with their

FIXTURES SL'PTIC TANK WATER Ga spent the weekend with his Mrs. E. M. Feagle, teacher at soninlaand daughter Mr. and
I
Ann Page Pure Fruit
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willu the Maxville school, is ill with Mrs. N L. Cannon Sunday. FRESH
SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING I
-
Griffis. the mumps and having to mis'; The Maxville School bus was .
\ LABOR AND Mr. and :Mrs! R. W. Sapp of: school. Mrs. Cleetus D. Thompson I involved in a wreck last Wednesday al FRUITS PEACH '

MATERIALS Jacksonville were Sunday dinner of Jacksonville is substituting afternoon enroute home from "
guests of Mr. and Mrs Arthur for her this week. I' Baldwin High School, but fortunately I I and CHERRY or 'i

Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgettand no one was hurt. The iBl:; .

Applications Our Office No Obligation Mrs Carl Prevatt returned daughter, Bonnie spent Sunday -I bus was damaged too bad to'!' : -: .
PINEAPPLEYOUR tEs
whero ivcs'
Wednesday from Ocala I with Mr. and Mrs Clifton operate for a few dajs. On Fri.II -..- .
she had visited her son, J. C., and Carter and family on Clay Hill,II day, the relief driver, Mr. Chess- .

family and their new daughter, I'arty For Vdater: er was seriously hurt in a wreck Very Fresh Yellow Crook

Nancy Marie. Mrs. Dorothy Waters Mrs. north of Baldwin, but the chil-
RKE Mrs. Laura Griffis and sonsan.l Bud Waters Mrs Jack Water! dren were not on the bus at the SQUASH Ib 10c PRESERVES!
Smiley Griffis of Jacksonville -
OJ __ SERVICE and Mrs. Bill Roberson entertained time. I
visited relatives and friends Saturday night at the homeof Friends of Mrs Sarah Jane ,

_=BUILDER fupPUE here Sunday afternoon.The Mrs. Dorothy Waters with Griffis will regret that she is ill Fresh Vine Ripen CIIOICETOMATOES
Benton Futch family of! a surprise party for Ed Waters I again at her home here.

Pt4SJ Starke were Saturday evening in honor of his 16th birthday. I Mrs. Mertice Hurst of Jacksonville i Ib 25c

... guests: of :Mrs! Joyce Futch. Games were played throughout o i was visiting with her
Mrs Cecil Cowen and famil;y the evening and refreshment'' I mother, Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis I 2LbJar 49C
and Mrs. C. E. Strickland o f Fla. Grown
.. :
afternoon.
-- .Y. .T ':J.-"" -. served at a late hour. Those enjoying Monday
I Gainesville stopped by to see Mis:! the occasion with Ed and the' Stork Shower I

Elizabeth Terry on Saturday as, hostesses were Jo Ann Parrish,,'I Mrs Oscar Wilkinson and :Mrs. CUCUMBERS 2 >r 9'

IY $. E. SIMMON.S, U" they were enroute from Jacksonville Jewel North, Jean Harris, Lind:I Simeon Phillips entertained atria i
where they had visited Mrs Waters Mickey Godwin Gloe I the home of Miss Debbie Phillips I -
Strickland's daughter, Miss BettiiStrickland I with a stork shower honoring Fresh and Tender

who is a nurse at St C. W. Thomas, in Starke, whit< i Mrs O J. Rafuse. Games were I Ann Page Sparkle
I Luke's Hospital. C. W was at Camp Blandinj played and prizes awarded to GREEN BEANS Ib 15C

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starlmj: with the National Guard. Mesdames William Mosley, Gil-

and daughter, Geraldine, had a:; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Crawford I bert Brown, and H. J, Adams. GELATINBANANAS
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs,, of Avon Park spent from Thursday Mrs. Rafuse then opened her Golden Ripe

Charles Starling and daughter 01 f to Sunday with the XelsonPri'ett I many useful and attractive gift

Highland and Mr. and Mrs. family.Mr. and refreshments were served. I ib 9c

James Starling of Starke. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas,, Those enjoying the occasion with
Jv Mr and Mrs Marvin Cruce 01 t and Mr and Mrs. Willie Dobbs i the hostesses and the honoree i i
: Cello DESSERTS43140zPk2SC
Camp Stewart, Ga. spent from I were in Jacksonville Saturday; I were Mesdames H. J. Adams
,
V Saturday until Monday with thi night. Leslie Chilson, Gilbert Brown
Frank Cruce family. Mr and Mrs Obed Pauley and! II William Mosley, Debbie Phillips, CARROTS 2/b bag 12c

I Mr and Mrs Drew Ratliff 01 f the Melson Pnvett family visit I and Verdine Harris. I

i Starke were Friday evenmj g Ned Pnvett in St. Luke's Hos. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Simmons /
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
I guests of the D. L. Stones. pital on Sunday. of Sanford have recently movedto
Forrest Raulerson and familyof Mrs Leon Sauls and family of f the Taeckle apartments. We
The one in the middle answers this riddle. I Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith Starke are spending sometime I welcome them to our communityLittle IT'S NEW A&P BrandCRESTMONTE

<: the Ernest Raulerson famliy with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie McClisse, son of ,
Actually the answer is simple that I
so we Guy Futch. Mr and Mrs. Charles McClisse i -

got it ourselves in three tries. It standsto I The Edwin Starling family and The Paul Bennett family visit-o I is improving after a recent ill- -
I Mr and Mrs Gordon Seeley visited ., ed Mr and Mrs G. L. Sapp a''' I
reason that folks nowadays search J, in Ocala and Center Hill on Heilbronn on Sunday. 'I ness.Gloria, Mike Nathan, Helen'

around to make their dollars stretch from i Saturday.The Mr. and Mrs. Guy Anderson I and Bruce Cannon children of 1 Parker

Shirley Johnson family attended and daughter of Jacksonvillewere I Mr. a.1dIrs.. N. L. Cannon, wero I II ICE CREAM Jane I I
payday to payday. And when a customer a singing convention at visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win- all ill last week with attacks of

finds how lavishly we rubberize his shop- Day this weekend. fred Rigdon and Mr and Mrs. I flu We are glad to see them out I II Luscious ""
Mr and Mrs Ludey Hammar Freeman Starling last weekend. I again. I f
ping bucks he is bound to be the most gleeful i if Glenn St. Man's visited thi Miss Dora Clark of Heilbronn I Charles and Junior Higginbotham t '
Cherry-Full .
gent in town. Drop in today and sampleour :I C.Pete B! Hiatts Crawford Thursday and sons afternoon were, spent Theopolis Sunday! Reddish.with Mr and Mrs i in Maxville of Jacksonvil'.e Sunday: were afternoon.visiting : Pt 19c 1/2-Gal/ 69C :

low prices. ;, ''shmg in Orange: Lake on Sat- Horace Redding and family of The Maxville Home Demonstration -:0

I'irdiV: Jacksonville! \'isitedlr.. and Mrs Club will meet at the homeof CHERRY
i
Mrs: Margaret Kelly: !Is spend- L. H. Redding on Sunday. Mrs Oscar Harris on Tuesday iI
O/MI* I S it UN f nlt ** Ct *
"sr ""mptimeth her soninlawmd Mr and Mrs L. C. King and April 17, at 10 a. m. All peopli V I

fki B) 1jJ4Th1Ta ,Ir I ,, daughter.!: Mr and Mrs Roy family visited Mrs. King's par interested in making sUn covers Full 8-Inch I II I
; ,, 1 1 1 1
L ,n"'nn.' in New R'verV ents. Mr and Mrs Leonard Gnf are urged to attend. Bring a t

ANY DO CTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED -. Georgia Ann Sip: has re- fis. recently sandwich for lunch. Each 3 AC 1 I
.iirn.\i from Jacksonville after o I Mr a.1dIrs.. Charley Bowen Plans are being made for a PIE I E

<:,''"1" her son Everett Burney o and sons returned recently from I" fish fry and political ranT to beheld 412CaIlSt. !

/ n,' f.imi1vDa"n Hale '\Jle. Ala where they were on Saturday ev"ningApril Starke, Fla.

I Thomas spent Saturday called due to the illness and I 21. The time and place win be I ,--.. ;
.
"- .. .... e night with her sister-in-law, Mrs death of their young grandson. announced next week.



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,St. Mark's Silver TeaThe Recruit Sworn In By Company B R.- -A.- Craven-- Services Licenses To Drive t tt ti

--
Parish; House on Chute: I

street was the scene of a beautiful I. .". Observed Monday Revoked For Three

Silver Tea Wednesday afternoon -

April 4, when the Woman.- K.ivmondshley Craven 52:? ..1Hsidon' Thitt dn\,'r'I""r.; -t'- wen. <>
iJ '
I F Auxiliary! of St. Mark's Epi;;op.i r, of Starke died Saturdaymorning i \oh<'d in Biadttud r"lhi\ .-. .\'

I I church entertained. 1 1 a f in a Jacksonville hospital l .1 1 ions taken b>' the Fionda HII.I i

Gladys Mooty ;, I' Beautiful arrangements of nn\ *following.mths. an illness of several way Patrol last month. imvowhose '

Phone 35 ed garden flowers were used 1 irrfei 1' licenses nre: evoked HIM
A Naval
officer for 30 hew
L ti \i 'orating for the occasion. Th. years James Monroe I'> > is born June
30. 1903
at Stuart. .
I I I u I I "'.
4 Harry .
mantel was a focal point with t,ova. His Kip 1 : .I't'Y: :in i .1?,; :

Mays Plan Open House Future HomemakersThe ,Kihirful! arrangement of gLidml \ .i nd Nancy Thompson parents are Craven Loren L.ofI'exter. Thorn, \ :. i \\ '..rs g't! ;
'
Uendulas and ranuculous in pa-U 11'111' I I.t"-t ': :\I.n.. .
I IowaSurviving r
For 50th Anniversary Future Homemakers met shades placed at one end. Acio' are his wife Hazel St-UK. ., .-' > i1

the front of the mantel were t\\ ; !:. ..... ..
Tuesday night in the home economics 1-ddock Craven of Starke, four ; t. tb' .:, ',,, ,
All friends and relatives are plaques holding tall white tap*! ,' ,>t" P.: ..n0'..' ,
when .n M" .
room, plans were lUghers; Mrs. T. V Deiri'inoi. : : "i : ,
invited to attend open ouse at r : against a background of greenery ,, /P."IV,i .' I t1 '
made for tea rI
be
to for the ,
a given | i. Santiago. Calif.: )'11'-. Chi'Iti'ldgett '', : : :'
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace : The .. 1T.i.
mothers of club i beautifully appointed tcf : ): I ,
members. A part) Jr., of Long Islan! 1 X
D May at Hampton Sunday afternoon was also planned and memberswill Muss SUvia Paulk, daughter olMr : I i table] was overlaid with an imf V Y.. and Sandra and Donna CMW, 1 I- -. \ I _
April 15 from 2 to 5 ported Italian cut work cloth and 1 .. J .. .
sell candy and cookies to finance and Mrs. Dave Paulk ol p 4' "I r Starke; two sons, Ravmon'i!, .1'I i 1
,,''clock The Mays will celebrate : centered with
five-branched
an
it. Starke, models one of the cos and Charles both of Staikebrother .! .1
their Golden Wedding Anniversary June Conner had charge of the tumes she wore while presentinga tique silver candelabra holding ('apt. .Jo;. II. Johnson (left, unit commander of ('u. K, administers L\le Craven of Sp"k.rr:

at this time. program and told about the tripto program of songs at the Palat-: white tapers which were entwined oath to recruit licnjainin MK.u following I. G. Insj>e< lion la.tt.t'k.. Wash.; and five sisters Mrs CII" i iMonan

the convention in Clearwater ka Shrine Club's Ladies Night t with plumosas fern. Flankingthe looking/ on in the background: art':1.: :;/ '. IJene Garcia, I.t. J. K. Dirk, of Minneapolis Minn e

\VMU Circles Meet April 57. Also attending this on March 27. The popular local 1 i centerpiece on either side / \\ 0 Maurice Umgate./: I.t. Kodnev Hall, WO _UlVrt Foster, and WO Mrs Jessie Tate of Desm M-S

meeting were Helen Kelly, Gail singer was accompanied at the, were silver compotes filled with L. II. Harper. Iowa; Mrs Thelma Baxter ir:

Mrs L G Powell brought the Reddish, and Miss Barbara Bunch: ,i piano by Miss Cabs Lance, who sweet peas and ranuculous in I Portland. Ind; Mrs Janet Fno, ?,- e

devotional and the program at the chapter advisor. also pleased the audience with an I i pastel shades. Two silver coffee High praise was won by Com- elate the important*' of Army. of Springfield Iowa andI-.- A GOSSIP IS A PERSON

the meeting of Lottie Moon Circle Some of the members are sell- impersonation of Liberace. Both and tea services placed at either pany B, 74sth Armored Ordnance ordnance. The Camp Blanding Geraldine Lynn of SprinJ.ll: ,'-' WHO CANT' i UET BAD

of the First Baptist WMU thin s ling greeting cards and the publicis girls were highly praised for their end and all appointments on the Battalion Camp Blooding, at an-. ;ordnance unit is authorized equipment Calif. ENOUGH ALONE i iL

week Parts on the programwere asked to help the chapter by performances. table were siher. I null I. G. Inspection on March 20. : and personnel to give ordnance He was a member of the 1 Bq>!u h'

taken by Mesdames Colley purchasing when solicited. I :Mrs George Miller and Mrs The inspection was made bv Lt support to a Combat Command Church and of Jones L.tngfud.

Daniels. Roberts, Peek, and Ritch. Refreshments were served Tuesday Elementary PTAMrs. j i W. If. Graham greeted guests I Col. Ford and staff, assisted b>, which is one-third of an White Post 56 of the AmriuanLegion ,

After the business session, refreshments I night by Freddie Sue Barnes I as they arrived and presented I Major Herd erd, Army Advisorfrom armored division. I; is these men at Starke.

were served by the !end Joann McDamel. A. N Holliday was eleited I I j' them to the receiving line composed Jacksonville and Mr. Payne, with their knowledge and expert i Funeral services were held .i'! 9 rJ1 0
nostess Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. :Mrs. Herbert Thomas. I Civilian Ordnance Technical Pep
'president of the Elementary PTA i of lence. that assures the division 3 p.m. Monday in the DeWitt C L
Ethel Eiggg: Circle met with i i :Mrs Stanley Noegel. Miss: Florence resentative from 3rd Army Head- commander that his $220000,000 Jones
Lawtey LionsSome for the next year at the regular I quarters Chapel in Starke, Rev:
Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Bertha | Jennings and Mrs Elva Atlanta. worth of ordnance equipment iskept Lewis 1) Hames officiating Interment
Fuller as co-hostesses. The devo- meeting Tuesday evening in the Stew ait. j During the inspection.. Col. in serviceable condition followed! -
53 members and guests of in Oiosln LaKCemeterv <' '
tional and program were pre- the Lawtey Lions Club enjoyed a Cafetorium. Serving on the board I I Presiding: at the coffee and tea [ Ford complimented Capt. Jos. 1 IIj Without proper ordnance support ,

sented by Mrs. Ed Tenly, with Ladies Night banquet at the Un with Mrs. Holliday will be Mrs I services were Mrs. K. E. Mae, j Johnson. unit commander, on the the mobility and firepower of the

Mrs. F. D. Key, Mrs Fuller, Mrs.A. derwood Motel cafe Thursday Leola Roberts as vicepresidentIL Blain, :Mrs Frank Hoover, and I'fine esprit de corps appearance. newly converted 74S Armored Division Andrew Eaves -
Service
U Norman, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss Clara Leaman. Serving at training administration and would be impaired.
of last eek.
night J. Waters
w as treasurer and
Mrs. Sarah Lawson, and( Mrs. Mrs James floor hostesses were Mrs. Edward I splendid attendance for the past In order to keep thlS'ast Held At Anna 111.
A. J. Thomas Jr., State Com- Chitty as secretary II 112 ,
: months.
Col.
Ford also
Cuy Sale assisting. Refreshmentswere Burns, Mrs. Everett Prescott; I congratulated amount of costly in I. e. .- raw, n.
mander of the American Legion, The Officers will be installed at equipment
served by the hostesses at and discussedthe the May | Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, Mrs. P J, .1 Capt. Johnson for the, fighting condition, Co. B is authorized Andrew J. Eaves. 57, retired I
guest speaker meeting following
was a
the dose of the meeting. citizen- covered-dish Quattlebaum, Mrs Eugene Noegel exceptionally high strength of Co. .. military occupational specialties Army sergeant and former resident A dollar still brings a dollar's

Cirtla Notices freedoms of American supper. Mrs. II A. Bishop, Jr., Mrs. C. ,iB. which now stands at 96 enlist: in the following fields: Ordnance of Starke, died Tuesday, April value \\hen you come to u.
Mrs. J.
Circle meetings: will be held ship. Wainwright, presi I V. Inglerisht: ant Miss Doris :jed men and seven officers. Of: General Supply Wheel Vehicle : 3, at his home in Anna. Ill after for quick expert automobile
President Dave L. Shuford dent, presided over the meeting i this of enlisted
next Tuesday at 3 p.m. as follows .Stewart. Holding the silver trays j group men. Col Repair Track Vehicle Re- a brief illness. Senices't're i, scrvue. ('onll' in and sevou'll -
served master of ceremonies. with Rev. \V. S. McAhley givingthe Ford to note i
as was surprised that 52
.
held in the
: devotional were Joalyce Graham and Mary pair. Small Arms Repair and Artillery chapel and burial was agree
; Mrs. P. T. Nolm'sroom of the 96 personnel were veteransof
:
Lorena Epperson Circle with Noegel. and Instrument Repair. in the National Cemetery at Ft.

Mrs. H. L. Hough; Daisy Fowler I BPW To Meet MondayThe H. F. won Demorest the room count. Mrs. Approximately 90 guests called either World War II or the Korean -i Service schools are available for ':Sam Houston, Texas Wednesday
,
Elementary supervisor conflict. One of the
Circle with Mrs L. U. Morgan; during the tea hours, from four mem- eny young man interested m learning Mr Eaves was the father of Ja:k I tl
announced the schedulefor hers, 3[. Sgt. Robert V.
Chapman
Ida Darby Circle with Mrs. H. G. local BPW will meet Mon- to six o'clock. a technical trade that helps a 'Eaves of Staike.
Bollmger; Dora Alderman Circle day April 16, at the Catholic the summer program. Mrs I has more than 19 )ears of active I great deal in his civilian job By :

with Mrs. Ada Alexander; HelenMasters Center at 7:30: p.m. Hostesses J. E. Hardy stated that and national Guard service, of'''enlisting in an ordnance company '
May meeting will be precedby eajUDC which 15 and a half year is in ordnance Tilt RIGIIT POINT for theway
Circle with Mrs. Edna will be Dolly Sullivan and Helen I I he can plan his future, whether it
I a covered-dish Ii service. write.
Come
jou in
and
supper split r
Kewsome Harley. gl Abe I in school or business, as well
i I The W. T. Week's chapter
at 7 o'clock.During It is the experience in Army : t jour favorite EVTKKBRO.OK
I U.D.C., met at the home of Mrs I.as fulfill his military obligation at
Fountain
the ordnance Pen.
program, the six maintenance and supply home. TKLKKK\1: : .
A. Z. Adkins Wednesday afternoon : i ii '
first grades put on ten minute and esprit de corps of this unit '
Vote For of last week. i j Young men interested in a career -
skits! as follows: Miss DoloresMcKnight' that has won for it a superior rating I
.. I A. LAWSON room, "Concert In Mrs. George Roberts of Lawtey I at summer field training for'! in ordnance are invited to''
hone 2571 and discuss the matter THE
presided in the absence of th' { -
The Park";; Miss Madre Middleton's two years in succession. The men L
I( president, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Sr I with 2nd Lt. Wm O Collins Ji .
room, "Story Book Ball"; of the company as well as every 0
SHERIFF Mrs. Helen Malone's room Plans were made for Memorial person who comes in contact with public information officer for Co SORRENTORESTAURANT
For to be held on April 26 I
"Weddingof the Painted Doll"Mrs. ; I exercises the military realize and appre- B

P. T. Nolin's room, "Sing: a : when graves of veterans of all

r Song; of Sixpence"; Mrs. Leola wars will be decorated with flags. Underhill Rites !188 Bradford Residents
He Stands For: and flowers. I
Robert' room, "Candvland": and
Mrq. Edna Prevatt's room "Little In the absence of the Historian I II Held WednesdayMiss Ignore Tax Deadline I' z Miles North on 501: 1 _

S Safer IIIgh\\1 3'! Mrs Mattie Gahngan Mrs. L. \
Shoemaker. I G'I Underhill 65 life- CollectorJ !
Ruby Bradford County Tax Finest Food
A Better Community For Your j Powell gave a talk on the
s," Mrs Stanley Noegel and her long resident of Bradford County, R. Kelly revealed this week
Children I who nursed the Southern soldier I
committee served refreshmentsduring died in a local hospital Tuesday that 6S people were caught by
Fairness Honesty and Impartiality ,during the War Between the I Served Anywhere
the social hour. States. afternoon following a brief illness. I IShe I the April 1 tax deadline herewith .
To All
Mrs. Adkins served a salad I was a member of the Baptist the resultant automatic addition -

JuniorVoman's Club course during the social hour. I Church, and is survived by one i of 1 per cent per month ITALIAN and AMERICAN
(I'd. Pol. .\11I \.) I I II brother Claude Underhill of Lake- I to their personal; property taxes I .

Members of the Junior Woman's land. i i and 8 per cent to real estate taxes .
I '
Club who are in the chorus line Baptist WMU j Funeral services were held in until paid. Our Specially

of the variety show will meet in the Pine Level Baptist Church He stated that Real Estate tax I|

RE-ELECT the club building tonight (Friday) WMU The Quarterly New River Rally Association will be i I]. Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock | figures ale not as jet complied I I Spaghetti Pizza Pie

I at 7:30 o'clock for rehearsal held at Gadara Baptist Church with Rev. W. E. Hall officiating' and the 88 counted are delinquent ; Chicken .-. Steaks -.. Chops --. Sea Food
Everyone in the chorus is urgedto Interment was in the family plot on persona property taxes
on Friday, April 20. The execu- '
DICK ERVIN attend. 1 ui Crosby Lake Cemetery with De- He explained that taxes still
live board will meet at 10
I o'clock and the regular meeting!I Witt C. Jones in charge of arrangements j I unpaid by April 20 will also; be. Until Further Notice During The Summer Months

assessed an additional Beginning Sunday, April 13;
St. Mark's Auxiliary will : ( advertising
begin at 1030. All WMU
I
r I I Active pall bearers weie Earl' charge: as well as the regular 11'eVill Re Open From
ATTORNEY I II II I i r I members and pastors are urged I '
GENERAL Alvarez :
St Mark's Auxiliary met Tues;;. Goodman, Emery Lewis, Rufus delinquent fee, for whatever it
to attend.
i iVSCS '
l ii Volley Starling. Roscoe costs to advertise the names and 5 P.M. TO 1 A. M.
the Parish House j
day evening in i
STATE OF FLORIDA and Paul Faulkner. amounts .
Kulhngton on that date.A
with the Mrs HeibertThomas
president
I
presiding. ;, \ Meeting similar procedure will be

Aggressive and DeterminedIN / After a short business meeting. !' The Methodist WSCS general ,Hold Service ThursdayFor followed with delinquent real 1I111 r' UIIII! hive Out Tonight
estate taxes which to N
illS FIGHT FOR: Mrs. George Miller presented a : meeting will be held :Monday afternoon Blanche Robinson are radvertised (' \

I Good Government program with slides on "Unit ed I i at 3 o'< Icok in the church. i i' Only the on first May 4. lflJ ftl 1 For A Delicious
Thanks Rev R. EJ! After the ; month's delinquent
S Law Enforcement Offering. business session, a program Mis Blanche Wynn Robinson charge will be made (It'j J
:MaiBlain dismissed the meetingwith and sot lal hour will beheld i resident of aemn-t Dinner
and lifelong
Stales Rights:: Segregated l Schools a native taxeS naid before the date .
"r! .111fit.
I I benediction. for all new member Staike died in a Jacksonville advertising, he said. ._U} .. _

JERRY 0. GAY... County Chairman ---.1. nursing home Tuesday night following -'. = .
I -- -
I long illness. J.
l a _
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(I'll 1'01.dq I I I'i Mrs. Robinson was born at -- ---- -- -'>i. -- -- ._=-- -- --' -=-=-.

''i Stukp: June 28, 1875. the daughter ,
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--- late Jack and Narciss
= -S == i of the
C She was a mem- Spring 'Spealfls
Reddish Wynn.
i:
j
IF YOU ARE USING MILK I .. ber of the Christian Church.

I She is survived by one brother,
WHY NOT USE THE BEST? I Happy to see Midge Sapp backat and Marilyn Roberts left Rednesylday Gus Wvnn. Staike; and two sisters -

her desk in the Count |I I'I for Daytona Beach for sev-I ;. :Mrs Della Thomas. Staike.

Our trade; A raw milk has given satisfactory resultsfor ''I Agent's office after two weeks j i.eral days rest and vacation and Mrs Alex Rosignol JamaicaN. Ladies DRESS

37 years It has been and still is recommended by illness note that Yvonne j i'I 1 Hope they'ie not shivering there Y.

our best doctors. I'ahtuerizing destroys about one- Norman has been added to the like we are here Helen Haines[ II Funeral services were held m

fourth of the needed food elements for growing children secretarial staff m A. J. Thomas 'and Jean Mundy are attending the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel A Parade of
Delightful Colors
Jr.'s office and Lucille Godwin the YWA House Party in Deland 3 o'clock
and adults"alike.. Every adult and child should Thursday afternoon at
has been added to the office j from Friday to .
Sunday Department Store
Sherwood officiat- And Styles For The Summer
drink plenty of fresh milk daily. We deliver in and with ReJ. E. ,
ark
staff at Doctors Hospital he Sorry to hear that Eve God.win's -
around town daily. For a good Grade; A Milk, give usa I ing. Interment was in the Wynn I
trial. that :Mary Ann Ervin of Springfield ;- mother, Mrs Volley Reddish Family Cemetery roar Starke. I i Sizes: 7 to 15 10 to 20, 14'2 to24l/
Ohio is now on the nursing ; of Law tey, fell Tuesday, broke ; h

staff at Bradford Hospitalshe | both wrists, and received a bad | at Crystal Lake until July 1st '1 ON

PETERSON & SON Dairy Products and son are residing in the 1 II injury over her eye and her Stanley and Jewell Noegel I! a

Fernandez apartments on S. daughter-in-law. hs. Bryant children have moved to the I I f

IU. 1. Box 31. Colley Rd.. Peterson St., Starke, Fla. Water St. Dorothy Killings- I Reddish, also of Lawtey entered Beasley and cottage on Kingsley Lake I t SAL L E $5.88i

(For spring garden or flowers, we hate plenty of goodcow Bradford '
jour worth auditor of the State I Hospital on Tuesday for, where they will make their home I

fertilizer at all times.) Hqdrs. of Selective Service Board, I j I observation and treatment . the James Johnsons have

will hold down the local office i I Little Jimmy Godwin underwent moved to 614 Water St. the
$7.88v
while Rhoda is in St a tonsilectomy in Bradford
Dampier I Hospital Gus Finleys are at home in the i

Vincent's Hospital where she underwent ;( on Tuesday and little Dale l J. L. Silcox house on Brownlee / :

.. -. -- an operation on Thursday I Johns had his tonsils taken out St. the Gerald Griffis family _
Mrs. C. B Brown is they i in Baptist Hospital on MondayI have moved to 406 Water St. the i

new librarian in the Bradford I Dorothy Waters is undereoin !'
at 428
Felton Smiths are now
DON'T BE MISLEAD I #( A GAY; ARRAY OF
County Public Library she has surgery in Alachua General i N Orange St., and the Luther I I r

been since the library moved into I Hospital today and also on the Hardys have moved tot 6 Davis

By Claims of Cheap Auto its new quarters, but don't believe I I sick list this week are Babs St. I: Summer Shorts, Bermuda Shorts
it's been before ; Lance. Ida Mae
mentioned Shaw and Edna Nice to see Lt. Pat McGnff "
Stone Jackie Prevatt fountain and Play Suits
back home after a year of duty ;
t. -i-
Insurance Believe it or not little Hope clerk at Koch's, has thin e as base adjutant at Taegu Air
'
Holliday found, while playing j mumps, and on the measles list Force Base in Korea He FOR LADIES AND GInts8RC
Santa Fe Lake last Saturday a ice find Phyllis Darby Richard li .
i' flew in last Friday from California ;t rr t
We Can With Capital BHS class ring last by John Anderson Wainwright, Billy Dean Thomp- and is now associated with 1 4 '

20 10 years ago! cfl Mrs Af.l 1 son. :Maureen Simmons Michael 1 his dad in McGnff Mercury and $4.SPECIAL .

SAVE You % Stock A. Garcia (Peggy Caldwell) and: .. Devnck and Gene Wiggins. :Motors Pat says the devasta ; .

ProtectionFor daughter, Ste\ie of Camarillo. I The Sub-Deb group had a swell 1 tion in Korea is hard to imagine I tr

I Calif. arrived at the home of: party and hamburger fry out ati and the only bright spot in hisyear I wy
her parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. i
i Harriett Powell's last Friday eveI over there was a brief vacation -

Rate Quotations With AbsolutelyNo Caldwell at the State Farm on I ning the 35 attending enjoyedpingpong in Hong Kong which he described -

Thursday for a month's visit dancing and the most I
fabulous
gamesrs as
ObligationsCALL her first trip home in four yea I I Saturday evening the BHS band, and interesting place he has ever ______ S E I U I !
SP3
Bobby Biggs is here on j had a lovely dance in the high WASHNWEARSizes

leave from Fort BraggC.. | school cafeteria where the, seenWish I could peek in the window .
,
-------- ---- on Apr. 15 he will report back to ,
twirled to the tunes of the Florio at the Woman's Club tonightand CHENILLETHRORUGS
Fort Bragg, from there to F pt ''da Footlifters orchestra .
Friday glimpse those Junior lassies
Mason. Calif., then to ( TROUSERS
Camp evening Lucille Jackson gavpa in the throes of learning to be
Drake, Japan for further
futv surprise birthday party for chorus girls for their variety
Idell Landrum will be hoover me husband Blake with 10 Lr show on May IS Bet there'll
goes
H. C. 'WALL AGENCY : 29 to 42
the weekend
from Durham
enjoying the affair be plenty of Sloan's liniment sold $5.88 I Regular $1.99 Value
V .
C. Marcus
Rro.n11 also I Ha'e'Ou seen all those lose]r in the next few weeks, but it's Regular Stripe I
200 E. Call St Phone 146 be home next week for Uni. of i Prizes that Lovett's all for Reduced
I is givinc a good cause say the girls to $4.00
Miami Medical school for a week's ;, away at a drawing on Apn1(30th' as they rub their aching limbs New Solid Color $7.88 ,i

Personalized Service Prompt Adjustments va ation Note that Hollis and Seems to be all for now 100% Dacron I

a Hear that Ruth Simmons. Claire Knight and children have See you in the next .
#-- Ernestine Denmark, Elsie Hazen rented the Jerome Johns cottage I -Carolyn



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
}'RID.AIJRIL 13. 1956

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:Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark you are required to serve a copy of t.r.1.U: I'r.' ..d.tl! '. : I. t ,
,. Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Jenkins of spent Andrews Attacks .. ., .
your answer or pleading to the i t'.tt. =- i
Clewiston were weekend guest i j :last Friday and Saturday with I complaint on th" Flaintifff Ixollce i i T.. tppenri \ .. II I
friends in Madison.Mr. j Opponent's RecordGuy .\tt..rr.? y J.li.j.J H.I 3"' 2 Clark i : Lauia 'Inffin \\ h. -. .'.. II I
of Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt. I II I
I mild allr. Jai I ks..nuU.-. Floods.and iHick.ry ';ro\e. South, < "i.itul
Mrs. Lacy Silcox entered St. i and Mrs. G. S. Brown were file the original in the utticeof who.nddr. -- i- I' i ,I' \ II I
Vincent's Hospital on Monday for'a in Jacksonville Thursday of las Andiews, candidate for representative the Clerk of the Circuit Court Oil Hi. kory Ciox.. South: <".,- ,
i,or before the Y--U are her ..y' notified that: .. I
I from the Eighth Congressional .
.
week.. .
five-day observation. l 14 t.ty ot M :' : for divorce

I SEE "i'KECAKIOl'S" MAY Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark of Distru-t again attacked )I otherwise the Allegations or raid bar been filed airatn :i i

II l lsth. !' .Jacksonville were visiting Mr. 1 he: record of his opponent. Billy Complaint will be taken as CODfeFh..d ;;above named Court and. .',- ..' Y I I
II by you. you are required to serve .t i ; v
Ib THE NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Seweh ,and Mrs. I. E. Clark on Sunday. ;Matthews in a radio broadcast I Tiers notice FRail be puMJsted your answer or pleading': t u uI
Sr.I I ast Saturday.The I once each week for four congecutivr complaint on the Plaintiff v; I
M.
I Mr. Mrs. C. Ford,
. spent the weekend in Leesburg anj I weeks in the Bradford County Tele Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark P.
... I with Mr and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell. ; ,I.f[ Jacksonville were Tuesday evening Starke candidate touched on graph. Ja Ksonville.! Florida 1 1I I
1 i ill major issues of the campaign. i[ Ilan d 'I- 7 day of April. 1.!'50; and file the original in t' 1i
Mr anti Mr*. D A. Mullis and Mi > P A DampitT <>If Jacksonville Chuck Sewell of Jacksonville i is dinner guests oflr.. and ,, I OFFICIAL SEAL) Cbarlet. A. Daru |of the Clerk of the Cin 1 1I II.! > I 1I i
i I Mre. H. J. Waters whichthey Concentrating his attack on al I I..r before the II .1. \ '
after Clerk of the Circuit Court ; "
II. E the latter of the
Mrs. Mrs. J. W.
and Clappand spending part I
visited Mr. and
tamin! I:harge of "big business favoritIsm Dy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 1St; otherwise the alleg.i' 1I
Zoo m'' and Mrs. k with his Mr. attended the ElementaryPTA said Cnml.lallll111 be ;I' 4t
Wilson and attended the daughter Barbara we grandparents. i ." He said Matthews voted! 4 IS 4t : 4 h' .
I John Whelchel and daughter Deborah and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. His parents program where their granddaughters : I confessed by you. I
lifksonvUle Sunday.Mr I. '
;) I 'not once but three times" for the cUI.lutt: Hills I I This notice shall ;.
and Mrs. Robert Ward an-', of Atlanta were guests j i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sewell I Frances and Suzanne:, controversial natural gas bill..! Sealt b.ds will I I..- rci-civid I.\ 'once t'a'hE'.k for four.... .. .
C. Ward were of last week of will join the family on Saturday. ) Ford, took part. ; the City Council of the I'it\.f ;'weeks In the Bradford < .1. I
W. Wednesday I
'
uldren and
This bill favored the oil Braph.
large .
lr'l I Starke at the City Hall in Starke.FIurider .
. slung relatives in Darien. Ga. and Mrs. R. M. Dampier. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. I Miss Louise Stern Mrs. W. A. j i companies and was so important 1...I.l .vOO o\.!l.., k F' :'1. ..n ; hated thN 7 day ..f 11\ I I
I Stern and Misses Barbara Mat ,. :' Off!,lal Seal Charles A I I. ,
Mrs. O. Hazen attending the Florida Bankers 1 I Tuesday I h.- 1st day of May. A D. ( )
Mr. L. are
:-er the weekend. and to: them that bribery of senators Clerk of the Cn. I
r.5t; ut whiih time and place all
chett Gail Duke and
Mr and Mrs. M. L. waueron'l spent the weekend in Center Hill Association convention at ;' Nancy Bates 11 and j representatives was attempted : bids will !I.e received and publiclyopened By Marian L. Crosby n.o; .,- \ Ii f
Beach ThUl'sdathrough \' attended a concert of the First and read aloud en the following -I '
Miss Dot Eiland and as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hollywood: ( ," Andrews said. Ii
Piano Quartet at the U. of F. I : I -
hins of Hampton spent Sunday I Hazen. Sunday. The local realtor said that Matt One water tank and tower located ; c \II. colt Illlts i

in Homosassa. I Mr. and Mrs. Wardell Key and Mrs. C. H. Quick visited hel'i! gym on Monday evening.Mr. thews opposed the dollar minimum on the electric plant block in the' I] Sealed bids will be n. .' T I
the City Council of th'Starke <
City of Stars, to be dismanteletland
.
Mr and Mrs. D. A. Mullis, nil, daughter Lindy of Palatka and ; son. Harry Quick in Washington. ) and Mrs. E. J. Schwab entertained : wage bill. but voted for the bill removed from the eleitrii, '' at the City Hall i

PaJalka were Satur-' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gamble I while there attended at a family dinner party plant block. Bidder must furnist, Flu' ids liiUil "."-% to b" k I' tITuesday
of
and sons 'I D. C. ana that raised his salary from $15,000 i the 1-t da".1. yin v
I the City of Staiktthe necessaryinsurance i
on Sunday for Mrs. Schwab's
day e'eningests of Mr. and and children of Lake City were I the annual Cherry Blossom Festi- par- 'I I to $25,000 a year. Andrews also protection in all phase-, 195i. at which tune and Ilbds i
.
I E'nts.Ir.. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson ; .. cited will pull} tIa
and Mrs. of di-manteling removing saiil: r ><
Mrs D. A. Mullis. I Sunday guests of Mr. val. ; i said that Matthews voted against
I and read aloud, tin II i
ed on
Sr. who were celebrating water tank and tower. Bid must 1
Mrs Joe Martinez of Starke Darrell Key. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dupuis oflarhua. :he appropriation for public housing be aicompanied by certified checkur I One New 1956 Tudor .-.1! r

and Mr and Mrs. G. E. Moore of j i Mrs. Eric Moore of Broxton. (I .\ and J. R. Jones of High: their 3fcth wedding anniversary a bill he described as especially bid bond in the am"UIlIIf toper 'n, ,I Black six or eight > ;I.. '!
minimum of !<:" II I' '
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and also Mrs. 57th cent (10' ) of total bid. I a
Tampa are on a three weeks trip !: Ga. spent from Wednesday to Springs were last Friday visitorsof I Anderson's '. important to low income families The said City reserves the right with a minimum ..f 11 .

.n California going: the Southern I Sunday with her daughter Mrs I Mrs. Ada Alexander and I II birthday anniversary.Mr. i' of the district. I incept or r.je.-t any or all butte La-, "i napptl.,,,, .!. alit! ,!.. .
and Mrs. Frazier Shaw'were ,'ITIF STARKK. FII:1I: > \ Li .k. d.t\ t i i
the there and the Harris and family. Mr. I said that he in favor .
route on way I::1. G. daughter Wilma.Dr. E.I i Andrews is P> Carl Johni"ty Cl ; ;k : i- .V \v g11 g/

Northern route back. While in Moore j,)ined his family on Sun- I and Mrs. Carl Fellhauer, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. of !90 to 100 per cent parity. andpledged 4 I I': t i l'111 \

r-aliforma they will visit Mrs. I day.Mr. I and children of St. Louis 10.1|I Tomlinson at Jacksonville Beach h.m-self to fight for continued I '(' : TO AIMM\K

Martinez' nephew and niece an.1lrs.. Herbert Thomasand :: afternoon visitors on Sunday. segregation in the schools In C'ireuit Court, llrn lf*,rii ('ouoty,
Sunday
were otI I Judge E. K. Perryman is spend- "'1"1'1"n: In Clinneer,. -
'hen and Redgrave, In Kathleen spent the -
Johnny :
daughter .
Dr. and Mrs. H. H.dams. S.ui.u, 1 r! r..1 pi't..,.,: t. I
'.oil Angeles formerly of Jacksonville weekend at their camp in the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders spent' ing the weekend in Atlanta where'he I,

and also Mr. and Mrs.A Scrubs.Mr. the weekend with their son-in-law' will attend Alumni Day at POLITICAL (

W Anderson Jr. and family in and Mrs. V. W. Strickland I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. G. I Emory University on Saturday. i
and Mr. and Mrs.V.. ANNOUNCEMENTS
H. Nbllmanare
Ventura formerly of Starke. Jr. and son. Danny were in Day-i1V.I Teston. in Jacksonville.
!
Mrs. W B. Mundy and daughter -' tona Beach over the weekend i Jr. > spending the weekend in Se- : .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Magain
Jean. spent Thursday in visilil'lg"fr., and Mrs. Strickland Deborah, of Warich. bring on business. i
Jacksonville.Mr. Sr. and daughter Mrs. C. D. Williams. Mrs. \\'. : nut "< HOOI. HOUIUHI I E
I I Va. have returned to their hom ji VI It I l' I' TWO .
ayd Mrs. Paul Hutrhini Mrs. Lt'land'at.rs and daugh, G. Haile and Mrs. Bertha Pearce I

i: after spending two weeks with attended the annual conference 1 wish to ann-'unce inv, .m-i.-i.i" \ \
and family spent Sunday in Hawthorne ters. Clara Nell and Vida Mae, of I -
Sink and office of School li atd t n \
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph for tile "
with Mr and Mrs. H. B. Alarhua spent with Mr of the Methodist W.S.C.S. at Sl.irk.- ,
Sunday also visited j b.-r. Li t. Two South \ I..1.on
Hutchins. and Mrs. H. J. Waters.ALVAREZ' family. The Magains Daytona Beach from Tuesday to county-wiilr). I h.ivc 1 \ .1 i
'1 other parts of Florida while here. I, Starke for the past :30\ 5.a1-" .f II I
Thursday.Mr. I I'I II
,
i Mrs. M. F. Brown and weekend and Mrs. Inman Green are graduate taxiay, of and IHS a, m.a-uJ ht.tr..-r <.! u in i. iithi ILLc I

j Florence spent the [' civic organizations. R,.. in 'I'II1
Ien's Clothing ter, ng
j II[ Iml I in Tampa from Tuesday to Saturday .
STORE visiting Col. ;: insurance business, I 1,11'1./
: in Xew Port Richey .
I Established 1894 II where Mr.. Green is under v"ulJle..c Bradford Count> amiM.
I 1 and Mrs. J. W. McN'eer and .:\lrs.1 going an eye operation.Mrs. school problems anil. if fl 1. '. il. i
will always he working f": MI !
jj.; J. Fitzgerald. I L. D. Green and Mrs. lest interest of our schooland; tn 1
j Miss Rachel Norfleet of Madi- eople of Itrailford fount! t'. .
Henrietta Hunt were in Gaines-

NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 [ i son was the weekend ,guest: of i ville on business Ti "iday. I! Voltand support 'appi!. HAYXIOXK f. ,i.it, d.Pat. ,

Miss Mary Agnes Matthews. I Ii I
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SEE .'RF.c.RlOrS"1.: .\\ rt
PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL j i Rachel was accompanied home byI :, i

I her mother Mrs. Nat N'orfleet 18th.Mr. ... I
and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent roil mi >TV (0MMI' IOvs
I and daughter Nell who spent ; 1)11. :t Ct'uool-a-I.lIr r)
MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. I Sundawith Mr. and Mrs. E. L I the weekend with Mrs. P. E
.
Stone and Miss Mamie Andersonin I 1 hereby announce my anddatfar ,
Matthews and family. re-election as county foininision -' NEW
218 W. University .he. Phone FU6-533.1: : : I Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow of ArcherLake : ; "T from district Three, Soul!h

Gainesville, Fla. I i Dublin. Ga. were Fi iday to Monday I Starke primaries, subject in :'II.. '.to I the pledge DI-ID.M my. ran ln'ii

guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. ; Butler Man est efforts in all county niatl.-r-. .I If1'l'.led..1 iI 101 lpO ft;
I will continue to put '".''

1!" i: Vining. :Appointed To Fill ;:' best efforts forwards, and n.. on.
..: '. Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Marco an will ever have to guess where I liinlily : '
j Bishop i stands. Your \"t' ..:.u ,
I flying their plane to Miami on Labor Dept. Post support will be greatly appn > :.lI"t' AUTOMATIC WASHER

'Friday to pick up their friends H. A. Uudd) ) UISIHIII:; ( :

j Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Koenig, who Clayborn H. Driggers, Jr. of Lake ,i I 0d Lighted pushbutton selection

d u have been vacationing in Mexico. Puller a partner in the Driggers of wash and rinse

From Miami they will fly the Furniture Co. in Starke has been I In 'I he Circuit Court Of The ironI .. water temperatures!

Koenigs to their home in Chicago named to the second training class I Judicial Circuit, In And "or l.ru '. ':1..., .
Dedicated To
Community Service"Movie timer for all
of ( "unl Two-cycle
the )
for
year new Federal ; riiirlda"N H I
to re- Wage-
Are letter Than E\er" 111. The Marcos plan o. s:::; :....... :.
Hour : : .1: full
fabrics partial
turn home next Thursday Investigators its was disclosed Jo'IJlnlllT.Tt: Tl' :-I'lhl; : M, ... or

If find and Mrs. M. H. Martin and I this week by Homer F.. THOIUTV. a body, ..ip..i.i.' ? loads! All porcelain inSide -
you your name concealed in the Florida Theatre: A d children of Weirsdale were last Krog. regional director of the U. I r, ." and Your choice
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKET; I f. Labor \... :, out!
Department's and I
Mr. and Mrs. Wage
of
guests
Friday .. '
; Hour and Public Contracts DiviI TUB STATE oP FI..III.\ of Hotpoint colors!
Charlie Cowen. I Kespondent.soiinr.it
Saturday, April 11 DOl'ISLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbywere I ISlon.I I : TO .oIWW1 ".: ;M"del;;
I To the State of Florida and tn'several ,
h.e.t. wTrcNNIcotoa in Jacksonville on Sunday Driggers who was born and 1'rojierty OwmiT.ii.n I Rf 2
-And ,
$149'ith
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. An- reared at Lake Butler has been ..rs. Citizens, in.Iudulg.nlIi. ,
dents. oxrnilitf property m 1 -udjito
Hands Across drews and Mr. and Mis. A. J. engaged various phases of government i taxation therein, and .ill ;!L> Trade

Carr. work for approximately having or claiming, any right. t .11ur ;'

1 e k'- : The Rockies j Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Mixon wera 10 years. He did personnel and payroll '' .01 interest by the i issuance in property by I.the. t... F'I.a If.nd.,. i I \I

a in Gainesville on Saturday visiting I work at Camp Blanding and Slat Turnpike Autlioiiu, ..f. t h.... Winkler Electric ServiceStarke
Hevenue lond S ri "<
Turnpike
"t 4 And Serial for I the three
i Mrs. M. F. Mixon.i past years has: 19.1t, hereinafter more part,. iilarldescribed '

..-.SoIliI..e.. aowwiu I'lus riNiny Xews Flashesiiku i Mr. anti Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. I served as Chief Clerk for the or to be affected in an
won as iuu M fo. rv tr MK n w SJUa1
)....%.tu..ratty I KMa Communications way thereby:
) U4 i and Mr. and Mrs. Carter Jr. and Department of i The State' of Florida through 'ill,

| son were in Jacksonville Sunday.\ the Naval Air Station at Cecil State Attorney of the Second. ..Imlcial 2H: J N Temple A\e Phone 116 Fla
Circuit in and for Leon Coin
and 15 16 Field Jacksonville.
Sunday Monday April aft..anoon'isiting Mr. and Mrs I ty, Florida. the State Attorrnof Iii'

Wallace Faulk and children and. J lie repotted to Birmingham Fourth Judinal Circuit III and f.r
i Clay and Ituval C..unt'. -. Flornl'. .
Ala. .
| Monday to begin the :
11. D. Carter Maxville.. speciafourweek -- '
ANYTHING GOES | the tal.lInrn.'y of tin- Fifth Ji ./ ," : : : ':' : : ;-- ,-'- -" -.- :- ......-- ..- -- --, .. '. ':" : ,.
training after
Mrs. Lavon Andrews and chit! .1 I course a dicial Circuit in and fm I.iK. MIter

\tfn are spending this week: hi I' I preliminary period of observing and:Stttcttnrnry; Marion ,'..UIIII.of IhS..-. Flm.ilthe .I\ .rr.ludiciul ._ The Newest In Seat Cover Styling! For Your New Car Interior

Williston with Mr. and Mrs. Briai' the activities of Investigator John I .' uit in and t'i. i I'm;,.. ''
Lynn 'I G. Sedberry at Albany. Ga., fo County. Florida the St.r- A'tor- .
1 of the iiKhth Judicial; 'u.. .ill! i,
as tt a Miss Beryl Holland and nobSI the past two weeks. and for Alai-hua. Baker ."..1 ]'.; .II: CLEAR PLASTIC

F I'rter of Gainesville! were vis,, I j Krog stated that 16 new investigators ford counties. Florida. tic! M I ti.IAtt.rney ;
J of the Ninth .luilici.il! "i'i'I 1
itinsr Mr and Mrs. Harry :\looty; !; from the year's first school:. 'tutt in and for St. l.m ."..M.1, : ,,

Sund.I'vl'ning.. 1 I have already been assigned to posts: Indian Liver okeechobee, I 11,,1 .'

Mr and Mrs. Bill Brinson, am I :j throughout the Southeastern region -. and State orange Attorney Counties..f the, Flo'nl.t.T.irh, \ !.,'.'

('ii..l and Greg Reddish of Val,: II but that more are needed since i nil Circuit in and for 1'..Ik iVm' AUTO SEAT COVERS

e !, the minimum wage rose from 7i i Florida the State Attonnof' ".
(dost. G.i. were Sunday visitor! Kleventh: Judicial ('II'. uit' 'in .",11 r
| cents to $1 hour. '. '
<>f sIS Brmson's father. Roy per Lade ( .unly. Florida nnl I II. >
a i After the of Attorney of the Fifteenth I .J) idi
completion
Turn"r.'ho was ill in Doctor!. ,;! Circuit in and for IJrowai't .. Custom Tailored to Your"SUREFIT"
Hi--nil al. I training Driggers will be assignetjto Palm Itcai h (Counties; Flor ii i ..tuI 95
i the Wage-Hour office at Al-.1 i the several propertyaw a. -, t ,
SEE "I'RETARIOrs1 MAI payers, ,citizens including! !. "iior' ,, .
::T 18lh. :bany. Krog: revealed and will work hlt'ntl'nllI properly <.,ir'i'.j.' .. Individual Car by Experts
!: under the supervision of the Div-.,, to taxation therein, and ,n'l! 'j 1.having 1.
+ f ; Mr and Mr:* Guy Andrews or claiming an) t :t;bt '
j i.--ion's Atlanta. Ga., field office. *
.,
Mn I. E Clark and Lavon Andrews -. for interest ;in property to i I. :
I The Southeastern Division in. feted li.V the i is-liam .' !I.> tin F'' r"i"a
attended a political tally Slai., Turnpike .\u'th..iitt." .r CHASe C, SHEPHERD
j eludes the states of Florida. Georgia I'.ondS. ,
at Falmouth. near Live Oak the Turnpike Kevenu
| Alabama. :Mississippi and its of to.e, hereinafter nut1 pal TV
\ t. | Monday evening. |'South Carolina. ![ cularly described, or to be affi'i. I d RAiNOSEAT COVERS
,
in any way thereby are h. r -bv r. I UPHOLSTERING
;, ... ;: Driggers stated that the furni--,,iuired to appear before the t'V, ,11'Court
: 'u __ ._ | ture store in Starke will continue '' of Leon County. FI"Id.1.! II n Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

the Second Judicial t'm tut'1 ofai< .. .. .

With King Why, Donald OTonnrr and Phil Harris to operate in his absence. State hassee at, Florida the Court, on HOU-P the 15th: in day Talla"f, -u- -' __ .. .' -f:_.. __ ._, :. : _p_._. ,- ---c. __ :J

flue Joofey Gophr Cartoon PAEIe May 1H5S. at ten o'clock A.M. an II.
Spectacular Musical show cause why the prayers of th
[[ petition filed in the above proceeding
; STARKE FLA. should not be granted, and thJINa.ftOO.OOO ,
Tuesday and Wednesday April 17, 18 At Florida This Weeki Turnpike UevenuIVinds. e

i I Series of 1956. therein described

Sun., Mon., and Tues. | number of spectacular dance.: and the proceedings heretofore

She stole the man who April 15. 16. 17 '|'routines and several songs by I I th'reof'allllat.had authorizing.." and the confirmed isxuanc AnnouncementWithin

belonged to the woman DOUBLE FEATURE Cole Porter are featured in "Any- I said Turnpike Ilevenue Bonds, Series
-'I'
of 1'5S. being dated April 1 1
feared! : SHRIKEWith thingGoes", playing at the Flori- 1956, bearing Interest at a rate no i

everyone L da Theatre Sunday and Monday.The annum, payable semi-annually tli
Jose Ferrer and June technicolor musical stars : annnnm payable -enii-annually 01
April 1 and October 1 of each year
M-O-M PRESENTS IN .? Allvson Bmg Crosby Donald O'Connor I. aggregating the principal amoun't the
.. I -AND- I : tlf 1U5.000.000 and all maturing o n next few weeks we will have installed -
CINEMaStOPEt. : Mit7i Gaynor. Phil Harris and .
deIscription
i April I. 1996, a more complete
I Jeanmaire and was adapted for' of said Turnpike KevenuBonds. s
AND IN COLOR U : Soldier Of Fortune
? : I the screen from the play of the Series of 19.i6. being ron.. a modern Night Depository for the use oft
I tamed in the petition herein and exhibits
j CinemaScope in Color s.me name by Guy Bolton and P. I attached thereto.IT .

11 LANATURNER aisJ: IANEPlli :With Clark Gable and Susan G. Woodhouse. as revised by I IS FURTHER ORDERED tha ur customers in making deposits of currency after
this Order be published once eal h
I
Hayward I

ARM..ifR[ mRf.M"PJ d PA'd A' ti.gR aCCD( ICllAflh l""1O\f\ I i Color Cartoon for Children Crouse Howard, by Lindsay Sidney Sheldon.and Russell 'i'a Counties week newspaper for of three Leon consecutive published Clay Duval weeks in Lake th ii, :-egular banking hours and on Sundays and Holier -

"" i Five Porter melodies wind in .Sumter Marion. Putnam Alaehuraker ,
Wed., Thur. IS 19
April
,
Bradford St. Lucie. Marti
I'lus "Nightmare Hare" Cartoon and out of the tangled plot and i days.
DOUBLE FEATURE -. Ilndian River flk..cb..bt O"ceolaOranee
the entire production is filmed in Polk. Lade. Itroward: ani I

MRS. GUY SALE A. L. CROSBY, JR. Quest For The Lost I VistaVision, said to be a magnificent Palm Teach. Florida, the first pub
((ration in each of said newspaperto S
I improvement over standardold ., be not less than eighteen (18
City motion pictures. days prior to the date hereinabov All businesses and firms wishing to makeuse

Thursday and Friday April 19, 20 I Dana & Ginger Lamb There are also a few new songs ; set for the hearing, in form time
I and manner as required by Chapte
i AND I by Sammy Cahn and James Van 75 Florida !Statutes as amended. of this service are requested to notify one of our

: *Ts: DYNAMITE! i A Man Called Peter Heusen I DONE, Florida-VXD ORDERED this 5th at dayApril Tallahassee o f:

r I 1956. Officers at their earliest convenience.
Richard Todd & Jean Peters'!, W. MAY WALKER
., Spring FootballAll Judge of the Circuit Court o f
Cartoon for Children
ly- i I the Second' Judicial Circui t
j of Florida in and for Leo
: Fri., Sat. April 20. 21 boys interested in playing I County.A .

i DOUBLE FEATURE I football next fall are asked to true copy
-' ATTEST:
j. report to Coach Lennard Register t (n...). G. Crawford
Bloodhounds Of today (Friday). Spring football Clerk Circuit Court

1 I BroadwayWith practice will! start Monday April 1 l/J1.<'n) County H B. Fryer., Florida \ I'' /

16, and will be held daily from (133t 4 2 7 "

t' Mitzi fiaynor i 3:30: to 5 p.m., the coach said. I ft. ( FEDERAL
Dennis OKEEFE' I f N N.to -AND- !NOTICE TO APPKIHla w -. \
OBRIaI The six-week session will coma to'a Circuit ('oor.. Bradford CoontT I DEPCSTT iHS'jiuiCECORPORATION
I Florida In ('aanerry.Elwood /1 ttrt6tL i R
Overland PacificWith close with the regular spring
C.ldie Smith. Plaint.ff, \ -
I
a lAtl taouae ( I FLORIDA
practice game. June Smith, Defendant. _
Jack Mahoney & Peggy
i Case No; TIHIotlrr '' : '
Castle lOfLL LOVE the Ester- \ To AppearTu I -- r = AT KE NATION
new STAR
Plus "Dime To Retire" Cartoon and "Winner Is Kin Two Plus Serial Chap. 7 and Car June Smith, whose re-.l. n '
brook purse-size fountain pens In and address k i Keezeltown. Vlrp! m..
Reel Special! toon for Children. You are hereby notified that i

i I pa.tel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- suit for divorce _ lean
-- I I- baa been filed against you In itti
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: .. t' I ford County Telegraph. above named Court aid cause and



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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.STARKE. FLORIDA FRID\Y. APRIL, IS. 1956 .J
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GAY AND HIS FINE NEW ; : No Obligation Nothing To Just
TO ADOLPH t. : (. --- -- Buy -- Register


Home Appliance Store f V: ; ;':;:;,, ..' .: '::1 Drawing Saturday April 14th i I


i.i:,' ..y. 5 P. Ma i I

: J YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN! :
,I awe :

.> ...,..- ,.,, '. ,. ... ". NOTICE. !c cr j,
t j I .q The winner actually may have her choke of a Norge Electric Range ;
f Model E-3610-S pictured at the left or a Norge Ga> Range :Model G-230-V; : :

.. ____._ ___________, Either which will of these accomodale Ranges Bottle is worth Manufactured; well: over 150.00(!;as. or Natural Gas; !
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--- EVERYBODY WELCOME TO -.. -- -- -- -
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rIr Home Appliances Co. I

Outside View Inside View


It is with a great deal of pleasure that ice commend and congratulate I II I
Adolph Gay on his enterprise and foresight in the construction of his
fine new Home Appliance Store on {West Madison Street. It is faith in GRAND OPENINGOFTHEIR !I
the future of Starke, such as this, that is making our town grow by I
leaps and bounds and will continue until we become one of the leading II
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cities of North Florida. _Congratulations, Mr.Gay! II I I


We Are Proud To Have ConstructedThis NEW STORE LOCATED I Iat

Fine New Building For

GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESYou i Court & Madison .- April 14I


will be money ahead jf you let us figure your next construction job.
All work guaranteed to give, satisfaction. Give us a trial. I
FREE GIFTS REAL "GAYITY" FUN FOR ALL !
Phone ID Starke, I a I
297-J W. L THIGPEN, Fla.


INTRODUCING S SENSATIONAL E I L NORGE E PRODUCTS OF TOMORROW

Materials Used In The New Home Of
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GAY'S HOME APPLIANCESWERE BE SURE TO SEE DON'T MISS

THE AMAZING! THE GREATEST
THE BEST!

THEY CAME FROM 56 NORGE I s 56 NORGE

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
TRILEVEL VERTICAL WHAT
II WOMAN W 1NTSREFRIGERATOR

Best Wishes to Adolph Gay in his new expansion program in keeping
with the rapid growth of Starke. I
BROILER RANGE


Congratulations Best Wishes THREE SEPARATE FOOD LOCKERS! .. SMOKELESS, CLOSED-DOOR BROILING! I
FULLY-AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING! BROILS IN ONE-HALF NORMAL TIME!
10.; LIJ. FROZEN FOOD LOCKER! .--JUICES! FLAVOR LIKE
NEVER BEFORE'FULLTAUTOMATIC !
GAY'S HOMEAPPLIANCES TO ADOLPH GAY TILT-DOWN SHELF-GUARDS
YnACC.ESS I OVEN! SURFACE UNIT
BIG 13 CU. FT. f.UIILSIZB: I COOLER- CLEANER TASTIER I
LASTIERGIANT
ON HIS FINE NEW BUILDING
ON YOUR NEW BUILDING ; TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES I GIANT TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES t

At A Price and Terms You Wouldn't Believe! I Why Didn't Someone Think Of It Before?

WIRING BYMASTERS You Will Save Money By Letting Us ::;-=- :. ..d ._-i___....:.. _'._ :- -i !.'_ / '<_ ,' .. .. __ _.':. __, _-_ _,_: :_ '-, .'"__ '-_-. _-._ : : :-;--

Figure Your Next Plumbing Job DURING OUR OPENING&hipio100

ELECTRIC SERVICE VASCO FORSYTHE


frqourold
Another Sign Nice Going, Neighbor!
Of Starke's Progress.
1Ve congratulate: you on your contribuThe -
New and Larger tion to the stea y progress of Starke.
May jour faith prove justified.
GAY'S HOMEAPPLIANCES
refiIetor When You Buy This

BEST WISHES
PAINTING & DECORATING Mba

9 By + . .
H. C. WALL AGENCY R. C. BUFORD

Insurance PAINTING CONTRACTOR 10 Cu1 FL
HARRY A. ILllBCOllgratulations k Ir!. a rL f I Big Norge

Best Wishes & : _' m Fully Automatic Defrost 55 Lb. Freezer Locker

And Best Wishes To A Good Citizen and LI Priced At
Regularly -
To $349.95Trade
Progressire Business Man ...
Our Friend and Neighbor
ADOLPH GAY ADOLPH GAY Allowance For Opening $100.00

0 His faith in Starke should set a good I i; f YH ON EASY TERMS
JIMMY MOORE'S example for all of us. : .95
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OUTBOARD i iI !,
MERCURY a PAY ONLY
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MOTORS
And OldRefrigerator
I BORUM BOATS GUY ANDREWS II: !

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BRADFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA: PAGE SEVE:*
%L'IJ1. 13 1956:
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--1 I to see Essie LoWH.Y back in EeJ I rrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrr.rr xfiair-- and t'"unty.-n.de service to i; -
,
ill laxrs n I.-* t. 1 I.\\' tut every
I lote's Drug Store, after being dollar po.'lhl.. p..nl' en public r

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS gone for SO long. due to an injury I CLAY HILL health hospitalization and Countywide -

I sustained in a. Christmaseve I lotauuflcauun.'or results Look at the trucks that 4
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 from your money vote and support' areALLTRUCK
mishap. i Jesse E. Xenxotne for County Con.-j
by Mrs. 4. U Strickland Thank .
missii.ner ouJUSSE ,
>
Airman 3-c Lane Sibley is now i NEWSOME

Ihf ('ircu, K Coming! SipK-lle, Butch and Jimmy Fox ,. stationed at Camp Otis, Mass i AAAAAAvAAAAAALAAA.....

ThursdaApril 19. IS the big and Mary Ann and David Schaeffer : to him, he has had I
According 'i Mrs> Fern Kearns Mis Tucker colt IIFItIFFItR I!
..tdfor the Big Top In Keystone and they worked under tha i enough ice nd snow to last him and Mrs McDonner were tllFOKIt l Ol :\1 YI jr
local students ': able of two of the
the
Piobdbly supervision
Heights. time.Airman .
I a long visiting our Clay Hill school last h. rel>v ann un. e my candidai
will do very little studying I; fathers. George Schaeffer and I 2-c Leslie Ricliught, '. week m the interest of the PTA foi i..election as Sheritf of Brad-

Plat> day. as the scene of this! : Bill Siprelle These children did}, who was home on furlough recently They called on some of the PTA f.iid ('.Primaries,unt>. subject, Ma to 'the. Democratic -
Having
schoolgrounds.There : this sort of thing last summer, Shmane.i I in >
tent will 1 be the i arrived at Sidi members including Faye Englandand faithfully discharged the duties of ,
will be afternoon and when the first part of the lawn French Morrocco, on March 25.I' the of Cue tu the best of my abilitysince Ft'e'.. .
I I the Stricklands. .
<'ienm,{ shows, and the price for was planted, and they can now He reports that whereas he expected Louise Johns spent Sunday I if becoming re-elected your, to Sheriff.conduit I the promise affairs ,* -; "\:: -

..,Iull- is $113. and 52c for chil- proudly survey their handiwork to see desert and wasteland ; afternoon with her of the office in a f.l"lIJ 11paitial '.- r.' :%., ) .,

hen .. which is lovely and green. Anyone he found the countryside manner. ...
and Mrs Cuddy Wilkinson, at : V>ur vote and support u "
Tli. is a Benson Brothers Cir- having a lawn to set out to be pretty and green.Nice Hugh. gnatlappreciated. ,.
: KI'spectfullsubir.i;;. .1! erg ra. JF
that '
be to know I'
might pleased
El-
"L'. and it is nice to know that to see Mr and Mrs. Willard Norman son of Mr. I' 1> ItKIiI'ls, :

tru\ have all new equipment anti this sprigging-team is "availa-, mer Livingston in town on the and Mrs Eddy Norman, had thq

tent. Also their cir- ble," Prices may be decided when They recently boughta '
weekend 1
.1 flr 'proof misfortune to fall off his tkych'one roll CIII1". ) 111111..111'1:11HI. :
'i-' does not include such unholesome contract is made. new home in Jacksonville, but day recently and injure hr< % l (INK 41.\\\11\: C .-.r

\ features as side-shows 'Woman's% (tub Dinner come occasionally to their lak? head. the r"
Hope injuryisn't a. 1 h.'r..I. announce 111"j:" i I ya
:i nil! {;:t tabling. Tomorrow evening from .";::30 cottage On Hrooklyn.Mr. serious as we heard. i iWf' t lot. i-eletio m. a"ount. < .... <
*-i..nr from t'i-tr.t On ,tl,,,t *\
\
Th. Keystone Lion Club i; to 7-00: p.m.. the Woman's Club and Mrs Charles Burlin- are glad to hear that ID's.Brookstc i iI ( -,-hJ..I t.> the :May prun.irit- I t

-.-.oonMiring the circus! for a wor- is serving dinner at the Club game and children visited tha i Mosley is showing somq; now serving as chairman "f : '"

tty: "nise.' Tickets may be pur- '':'House, and judging from last i E. L. Southwell's on Brooklyn improvement m health. We hope: fence Hoard qualifies and feel that me to my cam past in< 'I"| tli r.- t t'eee""t

uiM'l' at 14atson s Grocery att year's dinner it should be a big I Hay Circle over Kaster. Also. she will soon be well and able to duties ..f the office in a .1.'(>.1101.!

bank or from most any Lion success with plenty of good food. for Easter Sunday dinner a*. be up and going around again. manner to put forth If re-elected-my best < ffirtfi will < ontinti.i' th*.

I'.ciicli Open For summer Mrs Charles Hulen is chairman: Southwell's were their two sons I 1 \Ve understand someone ran into <'"uula a whole I ti Jb
I for the menu .: Mr and Mrs Yourote and 1 'UI'(""it uill 1 I.e :ip( .
the event. As :
This summer as last. Mr. and\ j I of and their families I the truck George Carter was I pi dated t

\Irs Hubert Ridaught will be ir there will be roast beef salad V W. Southwell and gon. and I driving not many days hence. '! .T c' (CI'.lrll| I'UKVATT!
.
i iiaig of Keystone Beach. 1'h'\ parslied potatoes string beans. Robert Southwell and children t George had the right of way.: the'

ht-a. h is becoming more and more beets, salad home-made rolls!' all of Jacksonville.We other fellow came onto the highway 'I t lilt M IIOOI. lift LIIl) '.
and coffee Tickets will hear that little I 111"1'.1\\11 1"111'111 "\IIM:)
and dessert, to
!mpular each year peoplt'111mI' are sorry from a side road ran into

back time after time, be- t;* $1.25 for adults and 65c: for i Junie Ridaught. youngest George's truck tore off the front j I \t .I h tu .iiimain. i. in)' l'alldida,1

tune of the nice! picnic tables children. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I bumper and fender and batteredup fin, .ie..,.le..tiuu as School.. Board'meniiii j'I
I
*, r from re'ill..n.! e District
"tI1d beach and other facilities.I 1"\, Show At 1'1'I(' Uidaught. has been quite ill a the hood considerably Xo ono!I Two South Starke), I am now: New INTERNATIONALS-

Indents of Keystone Heights Next Tuesday evening. the PTA her home.T. I \as hurt but the truck has to serving as chairman of the board. I I
I and if you honor m with
are able to purchase season tick- will hold its regular monthly \'. Circle-F Ranch-Hand fans j to the "1':11': hospital" and be docII Knit to this important re-elec-I!

.ts! lone to a family) at a re'lined meeting. and the highlight of thaj were interested to note that a I tored. I lontiiiue tu render the very best ) All-Truck Built to save the BIG !
Davi, B-er\i'e of whuh I am capable to you money
rate Summer it seems, j, program will be a hobby-Shovel i j Keystone Heights boy. 1 Winfred Wilkinson filled his I Il mv district and the county at large. I)

has arrived. '!with Hubert Ridatfght in charge ) Pchaeffer. was one of the thier l appointment with us at Clay Hill | Y..UI'"t... and .111msupport will j

I-awn :Sprigging Coinpli-tcd He wants to display all the interesting -: winners in the weekly drawing I church and delivered an interesting -i b>> appreciated j J.: r.itow.v{ ,I

Last t Tuesday afternoon a ; hobbies of the ( contest. April 7. David and hh sermon It is good to see i iI '
'hildl'en'l 1 To save the BIG money on the job more dependably. Repairs are fewer
coup ..t children of St. William's I and is also interested in mother will both receive gifts I these young men starting out for roll 4 4M \'11 OMMISHIOM: I ,
need truck that's all truck. Andwe've and less
i- a
on ins OM : you costly
the their last row of sprigging i i ing adult-hobbies Adults will according to announcement I the Lord and trying to lead oth- t1.11sTI:1)I I j jI

1.11 I the lawn of the church. They i| not compete with the children I'I'i the program. I j ers to Him instead of going with hi'r<.l.v "anni'iime mv,,. candidacy ifl.1' I i! got "em.They're And for all their money saving value,
Countx from Distint
"ir'uissoii
M!ikid about two hours to rom- how'ex'er. Purpose of showing ad- Blizzard IS'Isltlng 1 a bottle in the I| i -
I Mrs. Alma pocket and trying One . subject to the iI trucks that are built from the we can show you the right truck for
ulett I the job and this time ult Hobbies is to encourage chil Chicago for an indefinite time. to induce others to drink gam- i ..ni'i..ratu 1'nni.iri in :Ma'. I was board trucks.
out With
in drawing
sister-in- i: re.n.d. lTa.liortll'nunty as no your job that can't be beat for comfort,
born and :
: in
'hesave their time without pay, then to start one of their own her brother and ble fight and do so many things
with Sie- and if rlr.I ltd. \pledge to carry out I passenger car engines or components performance or style.
.' HII offering The workers in- and to show them what can be 1 law. Mr. and Mrs William that others doVe do pray the the duties i.i this office with hone -

iude.1 Mary Jo Mike, and Ditkio'' with a hobby] I Lord's I >-iv, >-iiuiritand fatrnf-s: to all. asked to do a truck job.
accomplished 'I' fert and family. of blessings: on him and all Your tote and active support i But there's no need to take our word
Stein
Names of judges will be announced Mr and Mrs. Frank | others who are working for our i be greatly! appreciated' will I That pays off in BIG money, because for it, when you can come in and see
visiting c .
been F l.iiM CAnTEr
later. Chicago who have Schuch's for Master I II i your truck stays on the job longer, for yourself. How about today?
,1'1'SlUul1If'rltoundl"I> Joseph i The
speaker for
)
the Saturday
with West FOR ( OlMY: JllX.K ,
FRIGIDA1RETHE
i Monday May 7. has been set] some time have gone to night April H. will te Rev. McGee !, I
the examination and about a month. I To the citizen of Bradford County: I Your trade-in may cover the down payment.
aside for Death for from Collins Road church.
i II
I Palm Schuch'son i ii ( I am a candidate for reelectionas
BEST-KNOWN registration of children who will and will stop to see the i i iVe hope our congregation will i your County Judge in the .lay. Convenient terms arranged. Your job Is covered in

NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION enter school in September. If I their way north. Mr and Mrs. '. be mote interested in church primary business election interests Having, I can no continue outside -- I the world's most

your child will be six by Jan. 1, I Stein are Mrs. Schucck's parents.Mr. work than they are in the political -| to devote ni> full time to the : complete truck line.

RANGES 1957 he is in this category. Mrs and Mrs Vo>le F Manown ally, as they have bt'er.1! dimes of the office 1 have given 1 NTE RNA.0 N At: III
o{ the people of Bradford County three I
WATER Allen Dean is in charge. of Chicago ale the guests i I the last two Saturday nights. I II )ears of impartial fair, efficient, Wt offer the right truck for any job,

HEATERS We'\e been seeing some fanul- their son and family. Mr. and I[ Sunday School attendance has ali II and courteous service; have streamlined i .RUCKS from 't.ton piclupi to 90,000 Ib.
AIR CONDITIONERS Jr. and modernized the office for ] c toy giants.
i( iar faces in new surroundings Mrs Voyle F. Manown both i so fallen off the last two weeks. greater efficiency, and have kept ill I II

WASHERS & DRYERSGet down-town these days. Mrs About 60 people from '''I I11'e' attended our own church i pen during; regular hours to serve

Clark who used to be in Webb's Starke ana Keystone Height| Sunday so no one can censor us |''the) people. I
I ask re-election recordof
The Rest For Less i 151' to $5 Store is now at Scales I gathered at the Enlisted Men's\ \ for not being present. I'I absolute honesty upon fairness my im- LIBBY SALES & SERVICE

Grocery She is so friendly that landing! on Friday carnality, and proven al.iht'. Your I
AlSmith's i Club at Camp I Lillian Padgett attended the ( and '"I'i'"rt Lull 1,,' greatly alltr. -
'
'shopping is quite pleasant. Over I night April 6, at.a farewell party Sunrise service Easter morning 1.1. ..Iat.\ 101) I Temple Ave Starke, Fla 1'hone ;X2Daiit
will soon I'
at Keystone Bank we see Miss for Jean Fel'al'l.ho [ at the Little Country Church at Sincerely.
I T. ,\. (AUYVWN> i
Garage Barbara Southwell who was this area The part Marietta She I
te leaving i says this was more ._-
formerly in the Leader office consisted of employees of Hum'-I j enlightening to her concerning: .
I
PUIGIDAIRE Barbara will be in charge of the I! phre.\s Gold Corp., or DuPont; the death and resurrection of ours I' .

dn\e-m teller's window and will their wi\es. Mr Feraci : than
Sales and ServiceWe I, and .. Saviour anything she ha-
handle correspondence for Mri | presented with a number of goingaway ever heard or seen. Says the settings -

Service 'u Slakes of i Hardenbergh. Mrs Anna Jamesis j gifts both comic,' am]l and all were veryreal according -
?
Klectrical Appliances now in the Leader office and practical. An employee of the Du to the Bible story Sho etmake Shtinking Horsepower

606 N. Temple A\e. | will handle Keystone social notes Pont Go. he will report to \Vil just wishes all of us could have

1'1I0 "E 120 for the paper. Mis. Dovie SIbleyis i j mington for reassignment or 1 seen this portrayal of our Lord'sJ

keeping books for Dr. Christof- April 15. His friends and associ J death burial ana resurrection. I,

YT TYYYYTTTYYTYYTYTYTTYV1, fers now and everyone is happy ales will miss him. as he ha;: All was presented by local talent I

been active in church work ancI I Lillian stayed a few days of last

i I in organizing ball teams amon g: wf'ekth her mother. Mrs Lot.

lie-Elect !, the StrattherryFrtiwal small fry. tie Padgett. you a tra blocker !



Harmon MorganCounty I of Once the Strawberry more you Festival are reminder which 1 Recent Birth

,
: will be held on the lawn of th''

1: Superintendent i Episcopal Church, Saturday eve: of Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelly Jr r 11 k.1u11 .
Honolulu Hawaii
Of Public InstructionA : nmg. April 21, at 6 p. m. A spe. birth announce the
of a daughter Mary Geneva
cial added attraction which i:"

QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED SCHOOLMAN new this year will be hot sand. Ann on March 31. Paternal

grandparents: are Mr. and Mi:<.
A NATIVE OF BRADFORD COUNTY wiehes, which will make it possible
E. L Kelly Sr. of New River
for people to eat their en
A VETERAN OF WORLD WAR 11HE'
tire evening meal at the festival 1 I, ,,,
,f HAS LED OUR SCHOOLS '
THROUGH THEIR GREATEST Thus IS the second annual Straw power
;. 5) .r..io:i. PERIOD OF GROWTH AND ; POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS Y sate
ben'y Festival held by the ladie w, o

DEVELOPMENT *>f St. Anne's Episcopal Church K eeP the oe tlun-t tilt' ., "

Your Vote and Active Support Will Be AppreciatedI'd. Tickets will be 50c each am "

sandwiches will be an additiona50c \ .nu
( 1'01.II\'.) .
Any member of St Anne'. :

will he glad to sell you a ticketor or .nit'Ult mi(oxsruut" OKII 1'01Tl': dcpos'l Il'. + ire power itrn ,/ .

to direct you to someone whi a: IIatrilo.. I J'lY'S bap ne \ i, ana' of ( 14g
'
the
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) fur. support >MII li.iv. ? '. \ .mil
Rotary' Ilsh Fry tiu in. th* past 1 at:i runul.g' I I
anu ..fr.. iln
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Saturday. 2. the Keystone -
April
I think you f'-r > i.tir \.t, I j
Heights Rotary Club wil I upport for next term _t
J. L. 'II.\ gmetws. ,_ '
""'- hold, a fish fry at the Beach. c
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Paces: for the dinner will be $1.2!5:;

for adults and 75c for children. 1'011 JIIii'1" : or riu,: 1 /
iu" i UK"r OtI: + 1'
'as ak.
This u the same day as the Po '
\ ,: I wish tu announce isF
MUM! m\ ";tnd'I It i'
Rally \) come and mee '"r Justice of the 1'eatf:f.T I lii-in i h f&
your favorite candidates.Mr : Ire which Includes Land-v Nir'litnK" .; ,
and Mrs Arthur Beck- :tnd Smith Starkf I MNrtly r
t' thank everyone f..r tin:, iit
with have bt-en entertaining Mr .. 'ind ""('\\lI.rt.

(+lri Beckw ith's aunt. Mr David: E,, u..n.lr }'''111'-.
:1LE1.: )\1\10; :: :
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Thomas, and her fnends. Mrs I _._ ; i.
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Abele. and Miss Scott of Mountain ....It tit '1'1.1111t11"IIlIit: .

i Lakes. N" J. for about tw<> nisr. initi'i t". S r.tnt.lr ; .45 t

I weeksMM .
le slr
I am a candidate for <'''unt\.' r'"111"i..i""o'r .y c 8". $' Nr /,,:
from f.N ?py.
District Thr' q ,wwb"
Hi: OK \1'1'1.11' \1'111''un -outh Starkt ,.: (
(i''unt> -Ltrg'i i I r: AlSC4y5
i tx U.U: : ,ng a name of liradfoni: \ .'..tlnt, .t1..e.2 Z ccrpy 0 ,
1m
\ .n. U i hen'by green, that A 1'' i 'alth'm.III, and taxpayer. I fedS 1'
1 I ml the )h..hl..r <>f the followini! hat I hate taken a keen 11111 f. -; '
.r'' If... ,1."- li.m filed said crtifi- the
n eionomiidl operation of on fi
ali'v for a tax deed to !>.. i.suerhrreou. i ,iounty.. If el..<.t..d. I will persn.tl'vf :
The ct-rtifioatc number f that the roads in m>' ditrut .in
and ears*. of issuance, the deseripM maintained in the
[ best manner ,
s.
p
RCA Victor 17-inch Thrift en. lowest I >>n ".f th. property, and the namein s able, and that all distmtai: <. q'
Cabinet 37% which !.. wa assessed are ai ful- treated equally I will greatly I
priced RCA Victor TY1! lows: appreciate _
your vote and '{." I.J.Lt'IUI'E .
smaller than previous table models! -fits I Vrtifu-ate No !1. EIAKI. JI:.
Year of Issuance IJjl
close to wall! "Hidden Panel" Tuning conceals :
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1.'rll'li'n
Property: X\Vl4 o
; FOR <>(IIOOI. Iin UtU
controls on top. New Balanced SV, "f NEt, Sec 26.: T ;5 S 1. II"THHT 1'" 0 :
22 E 10
Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollarauaj! d! N.tnir In which acres assessed: A. Pau I 1 am a candidate for 'b,1 H..nil!

stand, extra. Model 17S6022 I .\11. ofaid' property being in th.rount .,- member from Di.trut: Two i ';''ith
) of iiradfurd. State of Plorida I, StarLe) subject to the tm...ri'.
$ 1! primaries In Ma>'. If eU-itf.1. 1 will::
,5995Service urics u,' certificate or certlI ,
i work to iiiHintain segregation' .in i 'irB
I f h atfi shall be redeemed accordiniIn I. Bradford County Schools to imp"n" <
law the property described i iin n ur school bus vhrdule! our -, h,,,.:
h > ertifioate or certificates wi!II luildmg. our education and rr'.t-, cleaniAIhEND
t. sold to thr highest bidder a t tine I will .
program apprr.r<
'J. "nurt, hou-e door on the firs' ,
.t. during
your support : the aupa.g| ;
tb.ml.ly In month of !May 1951 6. tad your rote on May 8.
tt t ,"It is the T day of May 1956l'i' SmcertlvV : ,
TV I .>d this 4 dar of Sprit 1S56! : \ C dilHi IV'Wl.I.L [
""I'1 r'H, 'l\l. SEAL t
'Itrlo'I A. Parby.i )'1I1t HK-KIK4TION
'i 1.1.. of ('Ir'ult Toiirt i'f !-CIMIOI. 110 till

lr.M'rd: ,'"linty. FI"rlI. f : :, _,"
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464t4 i 1 am a oandidatr f.r rt".h.> :"'T, : S EOi1
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All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates I -as: School Board member from Die' L.
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tru't Four ,
Fully Equipped ... DependableAll You can be assured from my pa-'', Gt41fIIo F
FILL DIRTGOOD :
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record f.dence,.I will not betray your con. F

Makes and Models Being a Father. I'm sure I cat
RICH have a greater interest in and a '


GHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV TOP SOILSee better problem.I ,promise conscientious understanding you continued devoted of service honorable scboo. an-burning..plus : Highest Octane you can buyF.


If reelected.My ti
family and I will appreciati,e
Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone I your favorable consideration i a


239 Starke, Fla. I BILL Transfer JACKSONJackson Company 'I' ttr! May.. primary.sinitrelv IT and(Th respectfully. ,'rnton) JOIfN'S.ni F. REGISTER & S ON ... DISTRIBUTORS


OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY E.1'1111E1: : (0..rtnlil:)
, Phone 165 J
PHONE 153: STARKE FLA.
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PACK EIGHT
BRADFORD COUNTY TEIXG1 SAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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'.............y ....., Power and Light Co., was also I I hold house at their home I -- -
j open in Jr and children and Bill Banks j :j ji in the r.ffii e of th.'nunt Judge I
In The County Jnderv f In T@If'graph..u
\nd
present.Chicken Hampton on Sunday. April 15, j i were in Jacksonville Saturday ':(rf.' liradmrd County Florida. in theun'y ) For Ilradford tounty.oorl Flurid.i.In Dated this ; ; day ..' :March. Ih*., April 3'5S are required, in the t >a--.e appear. : i ".

HAMPTON : NunjMT To :, from 2 to 5 p. m. in honor of I visiting the James Lavenders Sr.Mr. uithm C.-urt eight lI.usv calendar at Starhe months', Florida .' Probate. OFFICIAL SEAL) Cnareg! A. Darby .Court and cause. wherein Prek : n' .
In lie: Estate of JLAXETTi: Clerk of the Circuit Court '
Precede Political Rally j their fiftieth wedding anniver- from the date > divorce and r ra:
anid of the first 1
Mrs. Junior Gibson.alld publicatmn YOfX J. Deceased.tOTIfE : By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk nn.i.-n
Preliminary arrangements forservmng sary. All friends and relatives are I f this notice, or the same will : 10 rHKDITOU: :r y' 4: 4 JO name ,' .
\Ul Mrs. I). E.; Hill i mother. Mrs. Minnie Granger, ;I'tcome void to law. I Bradloroount,' i elegratpublish .I
1 afording ; All creditors of the estate r.fj *
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a chicken supper at invited. This :March this Order In flexiii !
and Virgil Fipps went to see lit- 1956. ,
Jeanette Young, deceased are Irculi ( '
.ur.
I ItrmUvrd
County, weekly Issues.
tj1iAAAA&AAA&AA1AAAAAA1JI.inptoti Hampton Elementary School on | Mrs.V.. H. Maxwell spent tle Wayne Gibson in Hope Haven 1 KKhECCA SlMPOX.Ancillary Exeoutiix. f 'hKs | hereby notified and requirtd to I Florida: In ( lianrrrj Witness, my hand and offlc.alIarv ,. '
Friday April 27, are being made. > tile any claims or d'm.mdhl'h ; :\ I.: ".J!fl! r.- i':1"1:: r *' irkF'' :. :d. 'h M--r I !
Council Oka)-, i several days last week in Jacksonville I Hospital last Sunday. Wayne has tate ( f Grace n.! :;Smith .1 they may have against said t state'in II -, :Hi-i: r.. v '. ?'.'

30 Vi-ar Light Franrhi.' :according to Mrs. Ola M. Peikins, I I with her daughter Mrs. been a patient there with rheumatic H..ili.ceased.V Knight.Attorney the office of the County Judge I! i ', '. : ,-)'j'1.. SKI.l, c', I.e-\ I .; ..)
1 th.1
of Bradford County, Flor.1.in ...
Order Of I'liMi-JiM-i. ,
principal. The will tnd Noli f I
Fallowing its third and final' supper precede j A. M. Burns and family. fever since last December T Z 23 4t 4 13 Courthouse at SI :trke. Ft"rI.l.t. u.ith-1: ........r: 'h.t.. HI riorhla 1.. r 11. .. "' 'h i I', I"" .
,ailmx by the Hampton City the political rally to be held! a\ Mrs. Jessie Chastain visited in They found him a little better. ; I' in eight calendar months i.: '!-. t1.. \ .
the school that evening. I XllKK. Ill' INTKMI; <)> lit date of the first publicatK'ii' of. !t.
r. >uncil at their regular meeting High Springs last Thursday. We are glad to see Roy Turn- i IIIU.ISI: Ell: FICTITIOI s tai: I I notice. Each claim or demand m. '
.
11 tht- city hall last week, the : Proceeds will be used for playground 1 I i Visiting with Mrs. Chastain in er back home again and feeling iimler-iciiM Notice is). hereby nnd'T given that the be m writing and ir.'i-.t .- it, .
the ofChapte. .
I
pr..n-I..n" I of residence and .i"f: -
..sO'ir franchise for electric equipment. Details of the Hampton recently were Mr. andMrs. | better after his bout with pneu-j: -".:..",::1.! I.a,, N or Florida. ), address I\"l' if. the claimant: : .If.d ::1., -

:ni\\rr .,as approved by the coun- I, supper will be announced later. I' Abie Cohen of Haverty. Md I| monia. Also glad to know that :j I''Arts Clerk of of i K:'the 41 i. win Circuit resistt-r curt with and the i! be sworn to by the 'ill.agrnt .. ..-. ., F i iI
in or his attmne
i j ii Chapel 1 speakers at Hampton Mrs. Cohen is Mrs. Chasteen's | Mrs. Obey Moody is feeling bet- for Bradford (',,untv. !'t..'" ".f Flor- 1 beci'me void accordiiii.'} I

Elementary School last week included 'I mece.I ter after her spell of sickness. ida. upon receipt of proof of piihliji i :M.ir.-li. 21, t9,6.'l'h..d..rt' ;.
T'i franchise contract is
post- I I I .tt i.fl of this! notice. the fictitio'is
Rev. Fred Culler and YounAdministratur.
i imfor 30 days at MarI'I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh i Mr. and Mrs.[ E. A. Sapp al- : nailIf Starke Kailio! & Tervi.. .. ; :
threeI I vin Faile at a chapel exerciseTuesday White tended the funeral services for II j under which we are engaged in.jne.s of Jeanftte Y"'i' '
.lai < of busines in Hampton: i visited In Fort Sunday jI hu- "
at 11 E. Call St. Starke. I. .
and the Hev. FirM :MMUK
morning 11\11.11"III"n
.11
i !runfinal! approval by theKm I afternoon.Mr. I their nephew H. B. Hunt in Mul- ; Fla. That the iole owners of s-aid ;i i |
I i Willard M. Jones on Wednesday. Cox and I berry on Thursday of last week. business arc I n. Kmmanuel. S2.:> W.M.xlion '
101!li A.
I : i Power & Light Co. and Mrs. C. j *
St .
'The teachers and pupils of the 1 I't' StarUe. Fla. and Wilm.iKniinaniiel.
In exchange for the exclusivegtIs ,I i Mr. and Mrs. D.Y.. Swindell are sorry to report Joe :.:'j; "'. M.i'lis-m S' .
I school are deeply appreciative of k... I'I( 11" AITKtK: 4
Moody's --1tI
.
[ ,! accident of last a .III' r-!".
Sunday
i for electric power by I II were Starke visitors Monday.Mrs. .' _
Dattl this 2'rl Its of. :us. .-11. In Circuit iurl. IIr..di..rd I unotyVlurfila _
j ir
t '..inl.i t Power & Light Co. toin !I, the spiritual guidance which I W. W. Hammond spent night. He was driving his truck : .\ It. I;.-*. .tT "' ....1- .. 1-r.tUf.ird : In 4 hniieerrli
given at these religious services, -h.ird !.. ,. offiel.l! i
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Starke with on Road 235 near Emory John'splace I 'o:: tv. Florida! <
in
ntv of Hampton within cer- J I Friday evening | I <
\\ .nifre.l I offn Id, I'
!! commented Mrs. Ola M. Perkins. : : 4t 4 i 1"; & :
1 IT.' ipstrictions. the contract : I Mrs. W. N. Jackson. | and struck a cow turning (.'.," '
school principal. his truck over and it In Circuit Court, Bradford {'ou itt Notice To \
i !- :in).1 company to pay the ; J. A. Williams was among tearing up. ; y.i.rltla l'lJrar
Mrs. 1 I I' ; In 4 hanerry.Anna ToWliufi.d t tiff. I
I i'v III Hampton a six percent : Tommy Johnson son of those who aided the woods firefighting |I Joe has some fractured ribs, a 1 1I V. Ooodye.ir. Pi.ntiff.s.!:: den- and address ,>

t.in; on all revenues less tax- Frank Johnson. is back in .school' 'I crews in Nassau CountySaturday I! bruised back and one hand hurt. lt i:> nj.inuii i F iinoihenr.; DefendantCl" Mieet. Kansas City. :.M i

t-.ti-h year after its acceptance.Those : this week. after several month's and Sunday. haulingfirefighting i Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp,t Of I'.bll'nllonnd N.>".olice] II-I4.A To .1Urd..r {! You art hereby. not't l : a

present at the meeting absence due to illness. 'I equipment from | and children of Gainesville visited j Appear, ; :Mntc nf KliirU.i To: ,BUU!Diiori'ianil.for. : 'Mi-! '. !

\ ..t.d unanimously to accept the ; Carlton Meng of the thinl. Bradford County to help fight i' their parents. the Eathan Sapps. I I l 'S-i: v,iij.iniiM iinl I r'Mileii'-e F. fioodycar 1- rnknown.You whose .adili dill", ,'II

i itnrhisi which has ben read I grade has a new baby sister -" I the blaze.Mr. Sunday evening. !; are required to appear on ,, has been riled against -i i ''i
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng of i The Junior Gibson I Apiii :1"! '. IS"ii! : >. in I the. above named! !:above named Court ant i -" nun
!hrt I
tunes at monthly family mov- are required to ftt\-- < '
meeting's I and )Irs. M. L. Watterson. Court and cause wherein plaintiff you i'
.: thi- council and! posted in'' Hampton are the parents. Sally Mrs. Dorothy Eiland, and Mr. i ed from this section to Starke J seeks divorce. I,: your answer or pleading toue .. ,u. ,
,,plaint on the Plaintiff's An "n.iieraM
lmsme Ann was born March 2S at the i last week. r.radford County Telegraph shall I
'' houses in Hampton Cul'hons'isited in Homosassa publish this Order In next four : K. Hart. ""I! .- II II I
sim i- its inception February 7. new Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. Sunday afternoon. | Mrs. Mary Snowden is enjoy- ::j weekly Issues. I i ins. Ja- ksonville F: .. i I

Present at last Janie H. Xoe sixth and ing a week's visit with her Witness my hand and official! seal land file the original In the .ff. t' if
weeks
meeting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilly of j t daughat II Starke. Florida, ,111I.trd ii :2'\: the Clerk of the Circuit c .jrlI
.. '-re I seventh grade teacher. was absent i t(or. Mrs Sampson in'i 195(1.OFFICIAL. ,, ,
Mayoi G. P \Vadsworthv ; Plarke were dinner guests Saturday Johnson |I..r r.the SO tl J i. \
\ H Maxwell i'leikV.. due to illness in her: tamily i Gainesville.! ( SEAL: ) Charles A. iarby 13S6; otherwise the a- ,T
: 11.1 evening of Mr. and Mrs. As Clerk of said Court. paid Complaint will be t.uvn arconfessed
f Griffin chairman Monday April 9 Mrs. Marvin Pr Marian L.
of the council; I Carlton Chastain. Crnnby. Deputy Clerk by you.
I I' J.: Hill I Faile. the regular substitute. was !! New i Chas. K. Hess 204 Guaranty Life This: notice shall b* "iM'h'itin'e ,
and A. C. Dennison Avoy Williams of Hampton Lawtey Driveri Ifldff., Jacksonville. FU.Att > each week t.r, f. -. r,
mncilmen .1. H Dupre manager I! unable to attend because of thi L spent Sunday afternoon with Miss > f T pif :' ; 4r.I ( .i\e weeks' In the Bradf -rd C 'iiiit*

"I t the lilandmg;; [)i\'I. /Jn. Florid.* illness of her daughter so Mrs I Shebbie Prevatt at her homo I Mrs. Leila Hiatt of Lawtey was -
Frank Williams served as substitute appointed this L
I I near Waldo. week as the new _. t
Miss Barbara Matchett of[ ] driver for the Lawtey School nIb
Fon teen additional new books; I tlun by the Bradford Biuid': '
MR. TIMBER Hampton attend the state convention County !
the school library '
have arrived for I I of Education.
of Beta Clubs in Daylong:
and are now being catalogued I
There will be
GROWER I Beach last weekend. no change 11tll(' HUNDREDSof

!11'1'\i For Mrs. Deity May and J.V. j' regular Lawtey Bus schedule !it t "Doctor, lawyer, Indian chiefhat-
Request. 'I was announced.
Are jou folliming the examjilo Home were Jacksonville visitors!
,, BIul..hoard'4l'llro\ 'tl I details are managed and economically ever a fellow like me wants to be a growing
of your frieniK and I of last week. In llir <
neighbors Monday irruil Conn ut the Iihp,
New blackboards for Hampton attended that only a trained and
j I Free Hall of.Gainesville i Judicial irruit of I lie
and Mr. and Mrs. Male of
selling your 1'ulpwood at i Elementary School will be installed I Sunday visitor 'j I I'l.iriil.-i in iiml for llrnilfonl t careful organization can attend when bank account 'an help pave the way, Dad says: !"

the new 15 rail fordVoodlut? j !, as requested by the PTA wele l"un'
the
2 at the Venron Slades. In < haiirerj. urgent need for serving is at
If you're not you are niiv>ing i as soon as the school board receives I \\' PllKVATT.: PUiiit.it' hand.
I
Frank Williams of Hampton r vs.TIMOXS .
out on a M.um. of ready cash bids on their installation; has been in Miami for the last l'. IKKI> ami FiLtNeF::-: START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US NOW. BUILD!)
that should not be it was announced at the April t ItKKD.: : al No Known as FIX"II'EI'I. -: ,
overlooked
:
Bell 1
I
| two weeks. attending a ..
lii.uife, Defendants.
We. pay rash "on the spot." ,I meeting of the PTA in the school I Telephone training school. Mil in: OF M-IXIII, utsTKirs! i A COLUGE-EOUCATION FUND FOR YOUR YOUNGSTERS!
3. DeWITT C.
auditorium Tuesday April JONES
MI.I
and the most modern facilitiesfor Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gray and :
Mrs. J. D. Griffith reported on .rdane Take notice that under and in ac- j _ Phone 7 Starke. Fla. I WITH SYSTEMATIC DEPOSITS!
unloading are at your I I daughters of Jacksonville visited with the Final Decree of _-
the blackboard situation as chairman Foreclosure in the ab,,\',. entitled'lause
disposal. I of the committee appointed I in Hampton last Tuesday evening the undersigned Special 101"-1 Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
I and attended revival services at !t'r will sell to the hiehest and

CONTACT pointed at last out month's at that meeting.time that It wa tho: Hampton Baptist church. Mrs I door l.id'ler at fur the cash County at the Court south House front in i low funeral home enablea tu to offer convenience &DA

blackboards ion i Gray and children were dinner I Starke. Florida. during the legal services not otherwise available
present are painter hour.of ,
at the J. W. Homes Tues .aI.on Monday April 30.

Edwin W. Peck marks the concrete and not walls up to full standardfor pock I day guests of this week. !i' in PUS.From I'.radford the the following County property}Florida to-wit situate: | flsntsr rss.rrrrr Sn.rJrfls.. 4rflssssssss FLORIDA BANK t STARKE

teaching use. i :\J-I.; of SK Northeast i of Section Corner of : We funuab the highest type cervic at lowest prices. ana

OK C F BATEMAX Following the business meeting. ,1 I.......................'p Township 6 South. flange 22 East.21, I''! tcc..pt All; r life Insurance policy In force. issued by ANY 1. Member Florida National Group
I Hill Sfllil ill 2111f'e! fi-r lioint of I
Phone .t7 t-J Miss Louise Raulerson and Mrs 1 LONG BRIDGE 1't' illninL;. thence rim West 200 j company, aa payment In part or in full on a funeral ttsur_

Mattie N. Ellis served refresh j I, feet thence run South 50 feet, Consultation carries no obligation
thence run East :2 no feet, thence
!It 0. Box 129-Starke, Fla. merits in the school cafeteria.Mays' AND NEW RIVER ; run North :.0 fet I.. point of be- I

\ : Anniversary Sunday i MinniiiK. being two lots bought of

Mr. and Mrs. Horace May will Mi"". E. A. :SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .1 first Mattie part.F. Ihagan by parties of I i

j Together with the tenaments. ,,'
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hereditaments
and appurtenances ,
I thereto belong! or in any way :
Mrs. Johns andMrs. ap- Itspower
Dudley
Mr. and I pertaining.
That's Our Business :I Mamie Johns of Green Covaj j f.' Theron .\. Yawn ,i
0' L.A S S #::1 I Special Master. I
If It's Glass We Have It I Springs visited Mr. and :Mrs. Les- A I Thomas Jr Atty. f..r Plaintiff'

CALL WRITE or VISIT : ter Johns last Sunday. I 4/6 it i '27 I'
i and Mrs I ILautie
q' Mrs. Lizzie McKinney !\OTH'I'I'U API-mil
McKinney of Staike welt ID Ctrrolt t'oerl. llradfor Coautj j
Ii Joe Peters Glass Co. Florida In (.han..r..
?, : ,t : guests of the Joe Moodys last !I Joseph r. Hair. I'laintiff.. v-. Uuth I !
'.,.. packin'
I Sunday. } Hall. I efeiul.inl I punch

[ rII FOR ANY GLASS NEED I Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dt-kle anti'I %"tlrr To Appear Case X... 10.11551

I We Design Modern Store Fronts daughters of Jacksonville were !I T". Kiilh: } nw lI.ur.'hm'p resl- I

-'c--.rrV:: !' Just Mail Us A Pattern for 'I Sunday dinner guests of their'i il il* You n, e and are address imr.bv I'nknown.notified. that a I

Table Tops son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and l ,I uit Di'oreehall for ,

1313 NW. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Mrs. M. L. Johns.Mr been filed against you in the I:
i
iI and Mrs. James Lavender I !above named Court and cause and
you are required to 81'rVI' a ropy ofour I itNoJ in FB sales
__ ___ 1 / answer or pleading to the com- put
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- I It" pla-nt on th Plailltiff'sttorney i
"! : J.'lm K Santora, Jr. :!!M 2 J'rot.ssional ,
1lllldlll: J.ti'ks.mville.. ,
:2, Florida.
j
OPERATION and file tu* original In tie office of }>'i' '. -. .
t
the Clerk ,.
of the Circuit Court on or. : "of''t' ,,C ,
.
: |I..f"r" th. ;th day of ? ) ,
May. 1956: : \ v
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.therwise the allegations of bald ::5 W:> : : .
U I'omplalnt will be taken as confessed > ytT 4c4t
@; rn @ MI1o by you. j 4 ) l' : i t' I
/
This notice shall be published C -.- I g C ;t e5 :
once each week for four con.secutive '1t .... tr.- -
t week In the Bradford County 1 : v. e u : i.o..satsntPL ga.
0" Telegraph.' r .sc e5
l >.ied this 30 day "C&I'h.. 193S i ., ..
(OFFICIAL SEAL* Charles A. Darby | ;
Clerk of the Circuit Court
) Bv :Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk I j
t .. .
.
% 4'6 4t 4'17 I -.. T4&

for Better \01li. TO '.I.'U : ?

/ t) In rireuit <'urt. Ilrntlfurd ('...unty !
I'lorltla, ,. f-hnnrrrf. !
\\ ill.-ini I.. Ciitlett. Plaintiff ys.j!
OfF l l.iHi A. C"tlt'll.! efend.int ,
Florida Farming fuse Xn. IO-14S4 i
\ixli-e T.. Apl'enr
T. l.illa .\. r.-itletl. whose resl- I
j
i|I. n.. .I
> :am a'liir.s-< IN I'nknovrn.
Vtin are hereby notified that a suit |
for divorce
i i
has been filed against you la the j
ihove named Court an] cau.e and I j
v 'u are required to serve a copy of '
Y inr answer or pleading to the .
i-.iniplaint on the Plnintifr
Attorney |
,I' Ii. llurns'-d.: Itt -, ,
leiiny Fla. .
( t'l file the original Tn the office : 4! 4

,..f the Clerk of the Cir.-uit Court on I ;, .

(I'i'.fi.r before; ,otherwise the 7 the day allegation of May of1.tid I '&...';N" ..Y1_"";'"-. .-. -, ,.. .
Complaint
will be
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'.nfeshed by you ,

iI I This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce I And now Ford's new 225-h.p. engine

iI graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

lifted this 4 day of ..April 1956.
hotter
gives !
performance
I 'Official Seal) Charles A. Darby I you even
Clerk of the Circuit Court
|1 ny Mirian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
'l 4/S<< 4t 421OTH'I I
,
--1 ? i. \ TO APPEAR' Tu .1Y's trend in automobiles is to the V-8 engine. That's

i, In Circuit ('"..rt. Ilradford Coamir. because today's car buyer demands performance. And sales ' ' S S C 1 S 1 I 1 I C
I'liirlda: In .'tiaiicervi.ph :
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F Samior. Plaintiff V9. I fibres show that Ford V-S with its powrrp.1clin'punch is :

Ethel I:. Sandor, Pefrndant.: the larscst-sclling eight! in the world! Official figures for : Ford wins all 3 awards : I
Ic I I I Case S".. 10-14511
I 1933 show that 346,373 Frd.S\
\.tI 'e To Appear: more people bought .

I I-I1i I I ; ,. ...:.1 : ..II'Crlit.. '''lldIlUg mure and more to electricity I II. I I I t I In Idenre To I'.: Ethel and address U. Hand..r.Washington whose. rest-1. ;. than bought the two other low-priced eights combined'! t FMmntutci 'SHOT- E ht

I I I r ii l io --ifeJ( \ orl., improve efficiency. increa. |Tuk( For intin.v .. I You are hereby notified that a I' But now Ford is setting an even hotter V-S pace by making S ,i Purefhl Manufacr Awwrd Mofcr Treed fur NobiIgIW.EcowJml.
divorce available the offered
suit for the
farmers installing lights in the biggest engine ever in lOW. r turer' '! the ynar'i Ru .
I I I ri i i I many J-iirjr are now has been flied against you In the .
field. It's the Thunderbird \-S-and '
price Special
\ Il I above named Court and cause and you can A ward fur I greatoutautumotire Award Ifgreatest .

I t1T1'l fl.n/ of nulling! stalk to protiile I letter illumination during i i you are required to serve a copy ol I order it now in Fairlane and Station Wagon:: models. With a a allaruuadUayUua 3 geoonomy .
y"ur answer or pleading to the pI.rf..lJI.tD a.dv
( displacement of 312 cubic inches and 223 horsepower it JIIIL'lit poI .
\1..l..b. ineoting for sanitation easier eprtjik muling mplaint en the Plaintiffs Attorney I .
o"a..wr; -Lifeguard iaFord's
Ivms pooad
iIij11i1Ii : T lunMim. .116 I'rofessltnalIluildng. j whisks you from wllo.! toGOasyou\'ene..ergonebd'ore .

ty band of ixdiite., L....-1 around yu.r farm discovervay i : Jacksonville ?. Florida :} : 1kc1: l Doga I fc-Jdl! .

I of and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office on :1 Ford gives you that wonderfully long low look of tta . . . . . . . .
electricity. maLe your firuiiug )re eAiirgkktt or before the Thunderbird. You get Lifeguard Design also to help prutit"

7 day of Way 1&56.otherwise you case uf accident. Test Drive this new Ford tod.i\ '

Complaint the will allegations be taken as of confessed sail-


ia I This by each you.notice week chall for four be consecutive publishedcnce I, : : "a Ford \li8

weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY
J [I'I'ici'1 J li tike work, *f the farinez'we, tw.F TEIKOKAPH.luted I get more GO for your "dough" in
h. this 2 day of April Itii'

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M tDt1R I I meeting and trip. Rev. R. J. Road Improvements and Christine 2
NEWS OF INTEREST
II, TO COLORED I
Washington pastor; Mrs. BeulahJ. Mr.
Harrington b. -n ,'
I BOOKER 1{ Lennon Are Scheduled Mi <
reporter
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy I Southerland had EK<>t'i : > :T-n

Ozora J. Shell Adult EducationThe : For Gold Head Park northern end of BraJ.fi! i i't >.-tj t .
By .Mrs. E. II. Castlen'VYYVYVYYVVYYYYYYYVVVVYV classes !in general education ji j i I i

typing, and music will not The State i
I Road Department recently Lawtey Bag Of Mail
Indication of It. J. E. I American legion ConferenceOn meet: Wednesday and Thursday of

Circle sleetsThe \ Attracts! Large Crowd I Sunday, April 15, the Rob- this week but will meet on Monday begin this reported month that work would j Smashed By Train
on a 56S.SS6
Methodist Church 'Living Bible Series' Beulah Harrell Circle Of Principals teachers ministers, j I' inson-Jenkins-DeSue Post 314 of Tuesday and Wednesday of construction project on roads in

Will Be ShownAt the Brooker Baptist Church met lay leaders, and persons from all: Starke will be hostess to all thepests next week in order to make up Gold Head Branch state Park,| One batch of mail at I.aut.: .

Sunday Services: Morning i'Tuesday night at the home of over the state thronged in the that are members: of the the days. The teachers will be attending : near Keystone Heights. I i last week was run over bv 'hoi

Worship 11 a.m., "The Adventure Airpark Baptist ,firs L. L. Dyal. Mrs. Dyal, Circle beautiful R. J. E. auditorium on fourth division. The conference the Florida State Teachers ,( A contract for the I i train delivering it to thtt ">WTLast '
>f Patience." E'ening'orship, I Leader, presided at the business I Sunday, April 8, at 3 p. m. to will convene at R. J. E. Cafetori- Meeting in Pensacola. In general -j i work has
1 I been executed with the L. L. Hall I i I II Thursday. as tra.r.: No T;
30 p.m. Singing led by the 'The LIVIng Bible Series" ot meeting. Those on program were, witness the dedication of the new um. The opening session will education special lesssons
Youth Choir and James Ritch. film strips will be shown a\ 1 I M rs. Dyal, Mrs. E. R. Lester Mrs. school. Platform guests included start at 9 a. m with Commander: : in the making of flowers and | Construction Co. of Orange Park.I can poiimi.r.fr: thro'ith I..t.\'v.

\ltar time before the lighted weekly Youth Meetings in the!i .M O. Harrell Mrs J. K. Douglasand S upt. H P. Morgan, J. E. Brown Kelly and President Pauline Marshall 'i earrings will be featured so come i the apparent low bidder when the a mail! i .elk! '. ,-. 1 < .* f-,. :':.t .

ross Attendance promotion by Airpark Baptist Church starting i! Mrs. C. B. Stallings. I Chairman of the Board, and Mayor in charge. Dinner will be I out April 16-17-1S at '7 p. m. so ,,i project was let on March 6.
MrsV. 1.. Blair's class. Church Thursday, April 12, at 8 p.m. The i i The Topic of the program was, W. T. Jackson of Starke. Encouraging served at the school. The gl'nt'ral': that we can make an early start i doled Work on this project is .->'he- b'unt' 1 r,': ',,! : ':t \\n. i
to take 120
.:-hnol 9:45: a.m. MYF recrea- | first film is "Birth of John the I "Our North American Baptist I remarks were given: by public and all members are invited 1 Homemaking is still being taught for working- da\T
completion, and
ion time, 3:30 p.m. Fellowship Baptist" plus a feature, "The Worn ens' Union." Three visitors all and special tribute was paidto to be present. I by Miss Bettye Thomas. Star consists of. -

Supper, Intermediates and Sen- I Shortest Way Home." j were present Mrs. R. A. Nettles,I Professor: A. O. Jenkins by On Saturday: April 7. Mr and I making the commencement cloth- with grading and paving 466 mile:

ors followed by group meetings, j On April 18 "The Birth of The, Mrs G. E. Green and Mrs. Wilson! Mr. Morgan and Mayor Jackson.i Mrs B. T. Marshall and Mrs, ing for your children. Other treatment sand-clay base and Mirfnro COLONIAL

6'15 p.m.Monday. | Saviour" will )b>' shown, plus Green from the Lubedia!: Imholster i The main address was master- Corl'anlcXeil attended tha teachers are B. L. Horn E. E ,

7:30 p.m., meeting otj: "This Is America." Circle. fuly!! delivered by W. E Combs. Eleventh District Constitual Conference Minott. A. B. Anderson and 0 '

he Methodist Men, preceded by* Each of the 26 films to bohown .\u\i1iarie.. 31rrt I consultant and specialist in Secondary in Orlando. The, meetingwas R. Shell.Ilelegatec. Maryland Family ':

fllowship supper. General meets I is a complete scriptually-1! The Junior GA Girls and the Education State Department ]largely attended by Auxili-I to Convention Buy Farm Located FLORIST

ng of WSCS, 3pm. i based story, yet is part of a : ?unbeam Band met at the church I of Education Tallahassee.His ary women from the entire stat i The Florida State Teachers'
subject was "Builders Of of Florida. The above mentioned Association will On Bayless Highway j
jMr
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Bible' series telling of the life of Christ Thursday afternoon for their i convene in Pen- i PFIONE 218
Study and Prayer Meeting in the l from birth to ascension. | meeting; with 34 in attendance.I Mankind. He made many signif- represented Starke. Post 314.lt. sacola April 12 H. The voting -. i
t ] want points about "attitudes," .... '' and Mrs Guy Harrington,
Linda Gayle Green was in chargeof li fur John \\illuuiiSr.! :
| :
.anctuary. of delevates: from Bradford
Thursday 7:30 Chancel Rev. Lacy Conway pastor a.41 I the Devotional with Mrs. E. E. indicating that one does not always !- The late John Williams SrJ formerly of Preston Md, last I (j)
p.m. the church, states that adults, I change attitudes. Countare: C. C. Anderson, AB week: purchased the 30-acre farm
1 bolt practice. tl'll Lester giving the opening prayer. many ar'I I was born April 4, 18S7 and died' I!
well as all youth are invited Anderson, F. S. B L. of Roy I
subdued. Pierce Southerland
I I M rs. C. B. Stallings led the sing- simply We must seek to ;March 2S. 1956. He was a railroad | i I i (the old
see these films. II;, build the right kind of attitudes Home:, O. R. Shell, Z. P. Jennings.M. : Clark place), located on a graded
I' mg with Mrs. H. C. Douglas as helper for many years, buS FLOWERSFor
l'v< sl>ytenan Church I in our children. He added that retirt'd : W Turner, E. E. Minott, nonvoting road near Bayless Highway. I
|I p.anist.; Refreshments were furnished some time ago due t Choir At The Tabernacle : by Mrs. Roy Green. I "you can't change people, they failure of his eyesight He was ': Elmer Shell. The delega :i iI i Mr. Harrington 50 farmed u{"i All Occasions

FridayAdult practice JKirthduy: Dinner ihange themseUes." He finally a loyal member of Mt. Moriah I|, tion is being partially sponsoredby :, in Maryland, where he raised soybeans I I Ii

x p.m. Tuesday evening, April 10 : Mrs. Johnnie Lewis, who was 77I indicated that it took careful Methodist Church, converted at ;, the: Bradford County Teachers i mostly getting a yield as DISH GARDENS

Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morn-:i I I marked the 23rd anniversary ot ;ears old celebrated her birthday and good planning to be success an early age and served Association so thatextette the faculty high as 45 bushels to the acre. i i POTTED

,ng Worship, "The Christian Fam ,I the Mission Hall and Tabernacle I[ Sunday with a dinner at the Civic ful Builders of Mankind. The I fully as a class leader and faiths steward will be able to sing in ,I He plans] to work around his new ', PLANTS

ily's i Heritage" 11 am. Youth :; work and the occasion was observed -I:'i Center. Those attending were: building was very clean and beau Later he joined Allen Chap- the Music Festival and bring ;, farm for a while before getting : POTTERY

Fellowship 6 p m. Evening Wor- : with a Fellowship Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Parrish Crews of tifully decorated by the principal el Church when Rev. B. J. Wil-1 home another trophy Miss Bet- j into any planting. I

hip "I Believe in God, The i and musical program in the Tabernacle aiford, Mrs. Hester Thomas Thompkins and teachers. Re- I hams was pastor and served tie L. Horne will be soloist accompanied "I'm not in any hurry to get Flowers WiredAnywhere

Father" 7:30: p.m. I ITuesdaySpring annex. American flags, Mrs. Fronnie Clemons, Mrs. Car'rie freshments were served by th
meeting of lilies, and leptunia were used in I'; Ingram Mrs. Van Johns, :MrI 1 l ( i i "because everything is new here,

Suwannee Presbytery at Grace decorating::, and red tapers burned ;I and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and dough chitsiren! THE RIGHT POINT for the' and I've got to learn about it

Presbyterian Church Gainesville at either end of the long table ter. firs Reed Lewis and daughter I I \\8)' you \\ritl'. Come In ands ebefore I start. Nona St. Starke

10 a.m. at which guests were seated. 'I all of Starke. Mrs. Annie I OUH-.T Lights On April 16 g ranclsons, 36 nieces, 2 daughter.I l.t jour favorite EsTEIJBRy The Harringtons have four children -

Wednesday Prayer Meeting.!i 1 An interesting feature of the Lewis of Keystone Heights Mr | The Cancer 'Kick-Otf" dinner: I i in-Kiws, S nephews 7 sons-in-law, -Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. : Joan 9. Martin 8 Rav1,, -

-, 30 p.m. I;I I i program was the singing of &9- and Mrs George Crotty of Jack; i was held| at K. J. E. Monday 19 s'stor-in-Iavvs, 7 brother-in-la"\s.

Thursday Junior Choir practXKW !, year-old Grannie E. Smith of sonville. Mr and Mrs. L. O. Lewis j night Many of the committee ;;, a host of cousins and friends. In-

1 Hamilton, Canada. She also and daughter of Wentworih, Ga., :iiiembets could not attend, but tcrnient
T'30 was in Mt. Pleasantemetery
p.m. ,
gave:: an appropriate: reading on Mr. and Mrs Prank Reynolds and i the meeting was very well panned I] C with Hughes-Chestnut 80,000 PEOPLE DIED LAST; YEAR

KIVKK "Not Growing Old." Grannie left laughter, Mr and Mrs. Tommie I| and quite interesting. Theoccasion I Il i i l as funeral directors

I!.\ CIU'KCI Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga. after Reynolds and daughter of lied was given by principal i i
Card of flunks
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- being a guest for a week of Mr lick, air and Mrs. J. O. Dennisonof C. C. Anderson after the inspiring | The family of the late John
,nip Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. From Lake Butler, Miss Odessa i, devotional by Mrs U M. Royal. A UNNECESSARILY
Williams Sr. wish to thank sin-
':e, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each there she will return to her home ,Thomas, ale and Mrs RosaveltDrnnihon i spiritual was led by Mis.: B. E I ceiely our neighbors and friends I
in Canada. i and daughter, Mr. R. B. i Lennon. Remarks were given byMiss ,
7:30 I
Wednesday m. Everyone .I I
p. for kindness shown during hisillness
Thomas of Lake City, Mrs. Harlon Alvarez, Chairman I I
'Aelcome L. L. Parker, pastor.Can't This Sunday the Tabernacle Dorothy i and death.
thanksto
Special i
pulpit will be filled by Rev. Geor 'mith and son and Irs. Alphie i i, of the Chapter. and series of Rev for the I
D. Earnshaw of Palatka, I'arrish of Auburndale. Mr. and films was shown by Ozora Shell Washington
ge
formerly of Pennsylvania. :. Mrs. Dave Shaw of LaCrosse, Mr. Dr. Felos and Nurse Ingram l ly consoling eulogy, the tirne-j r
Get Rid the music, friends for cards
and Mrs. G. W. Rivers, Mr. and made interesting observations I
.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVVVVVV Mrs. Irvin Dyal of Graham Mr s. Dinner was served by the eleventh t ern. flowers, cars, and other ex
of Your Cold? C L. Atkinson and grandsons, Mr. grade class sponsored byIrfl pression.. May God shed His blessings T7a +

Then try 666 the wide-actlvity medicine FINE LEVEL and Mrs. T. W. Markey. T. B. P. S. Pierce, teacher. Miss! Alvarez > on each of you throughoutlife. IJ l'B ,, 1 b

for grtatett effectivenet 1'inholater and Mr. and Mrs. J. is asking all families td: l I

against all' ymptom of all ktnJt of I 1'. Baxter of Brooker. turn on the porch lights or hang l The John Williams' Family
cold 666 combines 4 potent, widelypreicribed liv' Mrs. II. M. MrlUci NOTICE I Church NewsBethlehem I
drugs and give positive I, out a lantern on Monday, April '
dramatic results in a matter of hour. i AAAAAAA&AAAAAAA&AAA&I There will be a big birthdaycelebration 16, and give generously to the Freewill Baptist
Church. Rev. L. McKay \
the for Uncle "Dock"Andreu pastor
It* combined therapy coven collector in your community for
complete range of oil cold symptoms i Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall re Sunday, April 22 at the the Cancer fund. We have threi held regular: meetings all day

No other totd rrmtJy ('ently'isited his cousin Rev. New River Baptist Church. UncleDock patients in our community and ''I Sunday starting with Sunday I

tall match 666 liquid 666GAINESVILLE I Jack Hall of Green Cove Springs, wil be 93 years old, and is' contribution may help to School, League and Women's o
your
.r 666 Cold Tablet I who is a patient in St. Vincent's I known throughout these parts for Home Mission. The revival was I '
save; the lives of these and many
i( Hospital. Jacksonville. playing his "fuldle". He promised cs; I I1llJre. Give to your nearest representative. -\ opened by Rev. Sister Hallom' 0ii''

The. H. M. McRaes return to play his old fiddle Sunday afternoon A verysped a1''tnd services were enjoyable: all \ ;ti -

BOXnEnWAUEIIOUSE home Thursday of last week after for you so please come,I "Thanks" to all persons who II da '. The Cnisacle for Christ Revival '

j spending a few days with of r. end celebrate with him. :I made the Cancer Kick-Of a su .- has already started: We are i

Your LtM-al Ma>flower Agent.MOVING and Mrs Robert Taylor and family sK.\TI\(. PARTY | cess. I' asking everyone to come out at

I: at Olustee. I The Intermediate Class of t hel!j CoiKinrni i-mcnt Program. ':':30 each right and ser howi +

I ) Ki uuker Baptist BTU enjoyed i I many persons we can bung to
Ocala
Mrs. Laura McKae of According to Mrs M. L. Paul l, I
,i la Mlyilta pent the weekend with the II. a I, I j skating party at the Playhouse ir 1 coordinator of the Elementary!.1 1 Ood: Our pastor Rev.IcKay i ii

i 'ldtaes and is now visiting Mrs UjinfftuUe Friday nigh Serving i Department of R. J E., the closmg I running; the revival which Will ,,
: Margie Umleihill and other in' as chaperons were Rev. and Mrs. I play will be presented: 01, I close Sunday. April 15. Glndv<: : ; :%Y
and Kennel nl\'I'. )
C. B Stallings
; reporter.
I
Starke. Mrs Underhill and Mrs. Wednesday April 18. at 8 p. m(,'
i :Ii'een and Julian'asJin.. I Mt Nebo Baptist Church Rev ,
Denmark of Starke were visitingthe in the Cafetonum at R. J. E,, I I
l-II :MKKTS; B G Burgman pastor, held tegu
McRaes Sunday afternoon. Tins year they will present "The
The 4-H club meet at thi.> lar services
Mr Mrs. II Lewis gills I .1 on Sunday. Tho
and H. Mr. Wedding of the Flowers, with
STORAGE school Wednesday with Miss Dorothy .. church school
and Mrs. W. C. Conner and most of the small children in I was conducted by I
Ross. Well-Grooming was the Assistant '
daughters. Yvonne, and 1-2-3 Supt. Ruth Sanders.
I'hone GainesvilleFR65224 Rudolph I grades taking part. All "
subject discussed. Some plan; Rev. Eurgman I
I' delivered tha
Hutchinson attended the Geiger parents and friends are invitedto
CollectAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA were made about attending thi e morning message on the Death
family reunion at Juniper Springsi I attend. The intermediate operetta
I i last Sunday, HI Camp at Cherry Lake July 9' and Suffering of Christ. Old] fashioned
U. and were accompaned "Sunny of Sunny Side,
,: home by Mrs. Lewis's brother I, Most of the girls hope to go. will be presented on Tuesday Covenant meeting wai "

and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish am April 21. Other activities: will beHeld at 4 p. m., and the Bastes
H P Fouts of Lakeland. Mr.. lamily were visiting Mr. and Mrs announced later. program at 5 p. m. Mrs. Thelma;
-' Sam Whitehead in Lake But! Robinson
and Mrs. Fouts will leave today Thurston Elementary teachersthe was in charge. Mrs

for a visit with relatives at Green Sunday. spring and Easter holidays Frames Clarke was the weekendguest
Mrs G. E. Green,
Mr. and
Cove Springs.On and students certainly of relatives and friends i in
I
enjoyed
Green and Jean Ere
Linda Gayle I Lincoln
the sick list this week aMiss granted by the Board of Public City. She teaches in .
Ruby Underhill Mrs. Russell dicott were visiting Mrs. MandjLewis Instruction. Pahokee and is the daughter ol
They returned to
in the hospital in LakE { because
Thomas W. T. Crosby and school on Tuesday. April 2, and Deacon J. W. Clark. Rev. B. G. .
Mrs. C. C. Butler Sunday. enjoyed the Burgman, pastor; Thelma Robin
Crosby. We Easter
hope
they Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Lewis a nil Egg hunt \\ .. .
son, reporter.Allen: -
will all be -
well -
soon. I tia.Daughter.were visiting Terry. Mrs.of J.Wentworth W. Lewis, sponsored Commencement by the PTA.exercise The will annual Rev. Chapel A. r.E. Church. they went to their doctors in time ]

be Tuesday R. J. Washington pastor, _
Mrs. April 17.
Rebecca Come
RosierAt j end Mr. and Mrs Pitt Baxter this one, held
come all and enjoy an regular services Sunday
evening
w. 101st Milestone I i weekend Mrs: : Rosa Smith and son, Alan,, of enrichment by your children "I starting II. with Sunday School, Many thousands: Americans are being. ; cured of! cancer every
Mrs. S. C. Price I Fupt. Williams in charge The
Mrs Rebecca Rosier, who is and Mrs Alphie Parrish Mrs.of C.Allburndale L- B. J Lennon, reporter. principal; I school was largely attended. A year ;More and more people are going to their doctors in time. That

1CIIARLEY probably the oldest white person were visiting special collection was taken to is encouraging!
I
weekendIcAMl'IXGTKIP
in the county recently passedher \tkinson this Groover Thomas and Mrs Bill assist Ozora Shell in the purchase

E. JOHNS & SON 101st birthday. :1 Joanie and Susie Wail fit-never this weekend. of material to make souvenirs i But the tragic fact, our doctors tell u!, Is that every third cancer
Mrs Rosier is one of the earliest Jeannie Mr and Mrs. A. C. for
Townsend of the General Conference
: were hostesses on a (camping Jacksonville : death is a needless death.. twice as many could be saved.
about this questionI settlers of the county.: She r e- i spent the weekend from the Young): People's

ode.; with her dau ht.'r. Mrs.Villif I week I trip on Those the Santa attending Fe River were 1 Ka.Llrath last)' with Mrs Groover Thomas and Department of the High Spring I YOUR BEST CANCER I INSURANCE is ((1)) to see your doctor
\ Reddish nn the Rosier family. District of which she is :
I should have spent the $10 Rent i northeast ot Lawtev \\'. of Keystone, Eilissa Stefmolli. Mr. and Mrs Jack Dillard of The favors and gifts supervisor will every year for a thorough checkup, no matter how well you may

for insurance instead of for Kathy Sinclair. Betty Amimmons I Gainesville were visiting Mr. and.I be made by young people of Al I feel ((2)) to see jour doctor immediately at the first sign of anyone .'
\
Mrs Nina ndiows -'
When I in the of Starke
paint got up Mis Dill Genevor
morning. my newly painted l FOR DEPENDABLE and Myrle Gardner ol E 1 Mr and Mrs. Harris Friday Ray night.Carel- t len Chapel friends.Mt. Ptfgah.The Quartet and interested of the 7 danger signals that may mean cancer.

lx.at and my outboard motor -tu'ke served as chaperons.hear about the ton of Fairbanks and Mr. and.: singing held at the church during For a list of those life-sav ing warning signals: and other facts of life
were gone with the boat Termite Control So very sorry to Mrs. Kenneth Wheeler of Gainesville : the evening
; was
"of Harrell Thurs- very good Thi themerican Cancer office
call
M D. about Society nearest
trailer! Would atom! Shale (I r dent were the dinner guests of : was presented for the Trastoe.sf'hairman cancer, lOU
.1\ 1\ aftt'rnoonIolr.: Harrell was I Mrs Mae Mott 't ,'r" in of local Post Office.
insured the whole works 0 Household A: Commercial ;iploed Southern Oil (: Sunday Lennon i u asking thaI or simply write 1 t" I/t:/ care sour
lixs theft dimayeV I i ;l by I Mr and Mrs. Lane Goodson and the .
fur or : IV-t Control trust!'!'" and, members <
i '>aural l Co. here and got his leg; daughter. Dora, of Gainesville : ;:vemoio
wery r'e t to these
"uPPO
-. real injured in the machine visiting Rev. piojt-i'.s IP
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Charley E. Johns&SonAgency 41 (.rote Spralug i< the plant. His leg was ampu- Carelton Friday.and Mrs. Ress the fu'iiic. The ChurL 'ind 1 his,:* HOUSE TO HOUSE DRIVE MONDAY APR. 16

('all Fl K. G-G035 'I ,ted, just below the knee at thE l,. W. Deen of Trenton |i'I i>:'f i \\ it. i 1\ n ,>"fl Like CV\i ii ,
was th<>
(>n Similar find i h'idi
i i d.-hghtfu''
Florida Pest Control l \luluii: General Hospital.V dinner guest of Mr and Mrs J HELP REACH
BRADFORD
vv i-h him a speedy recovery. K. Douglas Sunday. I COUNTY'S QUOTAR.

& Chemical Co. Mi.s Mandy Lewis is in the Mr and Mrs. Paul Harrison and I

I King Memorial Hospital in Mr. and Mrs A. H Hall and
Yt: X. \V. 16th .\\1.. Hutler daughter. Carol. of Jacksonville Wash Your Clothes

Phone 13 Starke Fla.TTYTYYYTTYTTTVTYTTTTTTY d.iim'sMlli'. Florida Mrs C. C. Stallings and MrsUosi spent Saturday with ale and Mrs B. Alvarez The Farmers Supply
.
:. Pmholster were visiting Mrs. C S. Kelley ; 9 Pounds Transfer & Storage Co.
dward. Clark in Gainesville 5 atkA:. and Mrs Fred Waldron andlauhtl'l' i
_-_ -- Hardy Brothers Motor Co.Earl's
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Mrs the
----- Stallings was visiting spent weekend with Mr and

\rmanda: Lewis in Lake Butler' 1 JMrs_ C. S. Kellev.j ,

FIRST I BAPTIST CHURCH :1spual: Saturday. I Mr and Mrs Harold Sorrels of I F REF Bleach If Peered' Koch Drug StoreLawson's Garage

Mr and Mrs. \\'. C. Stalna ken Jacksonville annd Celene Jackson I .

STARKE, FLARE \\t>1"1'.sitmg Mr and Mrs. Ray- and Alton Adams of the U of Fj i John A. Torode

,mond Kaczmarczyk in Jackson- were the Sunday guests of Mr a: il'i I Market
\J\f Sunday. Mrs L. L. Dyal. We Will I Shell Oil Distributor

LEWIS D. HALVES. Pastor 1 Mrs Thomas and children Mr.
and Mrs
\ Benny Malcolm Lewis and: i
'id Jane Thomas and Chris C o r- Mr. and Mrs. TV.. Markey surprised Dry Your Clothes 1 1I 1I S. R. Johns Grocery
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town. bet of Gainesville were visiting ( : Mrs. Gracie Dukes in Lake I Florida Theatre

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ':' Mrs. Abbie Malphus in Bra.ndfon';'! Butler Thursday night with a (I For 20c I
:1 Sunday. birthday supper. Farm, Home & Auto Supply
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C. Wall
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Mr and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green and I Agency
; and children attended the Foul family wl're'isiting friends in INSURANCEBrownlee
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. i family Reunion in Juniper Springs Green Cove Springs Sunday. I New Method Cleaners

i Sunday. Flora Green and LaDora Bryant It.

Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M Mr and Mrs Woodrow Thomas!; and Mrs. Daniel: Tizzi of Gainesville The WasheteriaTemple I Gib Brown's Service Sta. & Chasteen

Hear the Sunday Morning Sen ice over WDVH at :, and children spent the day witfMr I were visiting Mrs Lucille i I
and Mrs E C. Lewis in Starke : Hazen Monday i I

11 a m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. I Sunday. : V \'. Hazen and! Marvin jia zen Ate Stalk. Herb's Drive Inn Gem Jewelry.1tIDAY.
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Mr and Mrs Ray Wilson oi!r oi Starke wereslng! :: ]Ir. and i I

ii >\-"mae!; wee visit'njr' M>'c Mrs Aubrey H.1zl'nIn.sda).
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BRADFORD ron TELEGRAPH. STARKE.. FLORIDA FRIDYY APRIL 13, I96Regfration

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I I! Solemn Scene In Mayor's Court II IIf Drought Name Torode Chrmn. Bolivian Life Topic

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Theressa Rally f .
; For Bryant CampaignTh Ot Rotary SpeakerA

1 (Continued from Page Ont I
.Continued from rag* One, Ocala state headquarters
discussion of l.fe anil '. '
FiguresContinued e- "
g'f: ,, I and the water table was at .'
outdoor up <0: } .Irn:; Bryant for GovernorthIs
erecting the h trends in Uohv'.a w.i'; ,,.\ t' .
'Iuh| for ) 7"fiiIf an almost record low
the rally. unused One .f'.. I \\1ek announced the appoint- the ,
'\latform for ( from Page I .dtI< ; Starke Rotary C5: \\ -
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because ,? ::-'. ':.':- I Most growers had los: [,tIt!! in Dt'ar EdP'1t'lt.i < \\"mini IT M.tv
,ntl later in the evening nunt 01 John A Torode. focal day bv Nestor Suarez ot to'Cruz
White 615 Democrats, I the so-called "seeding of cloudsto ,i I '
: (
voters \ j <>n< e"A3 : .
.f rain. ,ul dealei" as Bradford "ountyihairman who is taking .t ;p t t.: .t..
Independents. Induce rainfall which had been'
5 Republicans ,
Reddish, follow- I one "[ ide m.inv teenager* uate course in extensto.t I II .
D.
Sheriff 1' Colored: 219 Democrats. 4 Republicans -'" and still is. in fact being carried I
ot Bradfoid
the program. High Sihool 1 believe the University of Flondat \
nt; IM'lwsun on 1 Independent. on by Weather Modification :Mr Torode is a lifelong resident -I
his is also ailltime L t I I have a right to state my The speaKer pra::>t.'tl U> I' "
post
-ated that Precinct No 2. North Starke. > Corporation in this area. the of BradforJ County, a past Four" '
cited his past .- if.ji opinion on subject of Brad- : >
job and 2.196 voters -- White: 1.783 f., ,. The "rainmaking" concern ford teenagers i I president of the Starke Lions :

t....ord and efficiently operating Democrats. :5 Republicans. 3 In r'4 .I; whose contract with Bradford and I '', Club and former chairman of .
"No call leceived by my.ffie' 1 .. It seems to me that too many' >
vaff dependents. Colored: 390 Democrats -... other adjoining counties expires I ', the Bradford County Red Cross I !
.AlII C'
has ever bfl unanswered". ; people have forgotten how they'
10. Republicans : June 1. never claimed to produce I felt when they were our age Chapter. I

:IP said Precinct :\0. 3. South Starke. rain regardless:; of conditions If : In auepung the appointment i' !
They dont want to listen when
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PoIitiiaJ: acumen versus efficient 1,346: voters -- White: 1.182 : moisture-filled clouds ''I :
,,
pass over we try to tell them that timE's' :Mr Torode said there would be !
and -
Business operation segreganon Democrats. 11 Republicans I Independent an area. however they say they have changed.Ve need something :1'no paid workers in Bradford .

seemed to be the major is- Colored: 142 Democrats induce rainfall of '
ian bv use i i
more for entertainment. County, arm that tile local ai'-
,ues in the race for Superintendent 3 Republicans. generators that send silver iodide !
Instruction. I and the majority of us are willing ::1 tiv ilirs in behalf of Bryant will ;
of Public Precinct No. 4. Graham. 91 i particles\ up into the clouds. i l lI
to work and work hard for something ;:
be financed local
Incumbent Harmon p. Morgan I. voters White &9 Democrats. 1 I The process i ia highly controversial -! like that. I am afraid that entirely by I ,
need for a Superintendent I I funds He stated that contributions
out the -,
IKimted Independent Colored: 1 Democrat and it is not known at i too many people are underestimating !

who is thoroughly I i iI "Ma>or" Charles Kirkland (center) Inspects warrant held by this time whether the Bradford us. and naturally\ we don't are all eady coming In from I

tamilwr with present complicated the I I Precinct No 5. Hampton, 335 "Clerk" Dennis Mathews (right) in a busy session of ".Mayor's Court" : County weather committee will 'I' like it.Please. i.!I... intel estt'd people throughout the i ;

tate regulations governing I voters White: 291 Democrats. I held Wednesday of last week when high sihool students took over all renew the "rainmaking" contract uvn t mink that we believe county I

now 85 and per cent cited statesupportedMhools the need fort I''6 Republicans. Colored: 371, posts of city and county government. "Police ChieP Arthur Patray'i after June 1. we "know it all," because I Mr Torode announced the appointment -

in the office. He Democrats. 1 Republican. ]i (right rear) and "Patrolman" Jimmy Hazen (left) keep a firm grip While Tuesday's rain will greatly if we did, well what do you of Mrs Ruby Johns I

full-time\ man with Precinct No.6. Theressa. 218 on culprit Roddy Struth and Raymond Stefanelli who were ""arrested"I i I aid young crops in the countyit think we're going to school for as deputy treasurer for Bradford .

'eviewedJug past experience voters White: 190 Democrats, I I deemed too late to do much County and said that contributions !
school growthmd -- >'on a traffic charge. Flanking the :Major are court attaches Glenn' is if it isn't to learn Most of us
the problems of Colored 21 Demo I for the deal at ; be left with Mrs Johns :
administration and said that 4 Republicans : I Crawford and Billy Harrington. I good potato are looking forward to going to may

of crats. I Brooker. where around 700 acres i college or to some career Does I at her beauty parlor or at the

ne favors the maintenance Precinct No 7. New River 99 he market to the 11 participating: were severely hurt by a late j that look as if we think we i i temporary Bryant headquarter I ,
but equal"facilities
the present "separate voters White: 88 Democrats 1 l''chapters, Hutchins revealed. March freeze. The rain will help "know it all" as some people I in Mr Torode's office at 213 S.

as long To as possible.Milt Republican Colored: 10 Demo 3 Local Boys : He stated that a Grand Cham-I germinate grass seed that had have put it? I Cherry St.Anyone '

Promises Carl Roberts crats. pion and Reserve Grand Champion I failed to sprout during the j Do people ever stop to think interested! In working

His opponent. Precinct No.8. Brooker. 281 will be chosen by FFA judging drought in many of the county's : with the county Bryant organization -
thinkas
I that their children act and
mentioned the need for "close I Voters, all white Democrats Exhibit At GV ; teams. and that a showmanship I pastures they were taught Which i is asked to contact MrTorode. .
to the people" and -promised I
ness contest will also be held. I .
Precincts 2. 5. and 8 lost voters I I I Lakes and streams in the county -I brmgs out another important I ,
time meeting -I II
to spend more people He said that similar FFA I
thus year North Starke has 89 a are at, or near their all-time i I educatedmore
point. People are being
and less in the office, if Livestock Show Show and Sale at the Odom Live!I I
fewer registered voters than in I lows. Kmgsley. Row ell. Crosby j everv'
better
and
.'lected He reviewed briefly his has 24 less. and ; stock Market in Live Oak several' lakes considerably in ways Sell it
and took 1954. Hampton and Hampton are day The young people of todav II
tecord as a teacher a weeks ago brought the boys exhibiting I
19 names have been dropped from below normal levels, but are know and are leai ning more \'
firm stand in favor of segregation j Three animals have been entered an average of $36 per hun I. y1.'
the rolls at Brooker. than
in better shape Sampson about jobs. making a !living
106 I j by Bradford High School Agriculture -I II I II dred and netted each of the chapters evidence 1 1i i day 'I
Lawtey shows a gain of I lake which shows more raising a family. etc. WITH% A

Incumbent Supervisor of Regis- voters, South Starke increased byhR students in the first annual represented over $200 in commissions !i of the drought that has continued
L. : It seems to me that the oldt'I", ,
i ration Mrs. Marian Crosby names. Graham now has 5 FFA Fat Stock Show and Sale ';intermittently for several years take -
to
: don't want any
people
liking: less than a minute. thanked more voters than in 1951. Therea-I the prolonged"dryingup" i Low Rates Good
In discussing
sponsored by J. I). Odom's Live helpful advice on how to doj 1
the voters for her unopposedleturn has 20 citizens. and that has put I II
to office. I sa grown by stock Market in Gainesville beginning Tornado Track ,. process i things easier etc. that sonic of !0 WORDS OR LESS.! ONE: ,
9 new names have been recorded scores of shallow wells in the 1
them. After all we
Roads and "value for the taxdollar" in the New River Precinct. ': at 10:00: this morning (Fri county out of commission, two i i Us can give EACH % ) )
"leaders of tomorrow.
I the
were the two main issues I :day). : farmers. Floyd Crosby and Kirby are lISCOLT OP 15 PER CIT O '
i world to be a
hrought up by the 9 candidates i I Paul C Hutchins. BUS Agncul- Hopes Lag After 'Crews each pointed to an adjoin- i bl'tter'orld and we want our way that &>.. 1IIIIITION. Foil HI.IMI 4I1S ,
in every
I
Commission seats t0'Forced : week and said:
tor 3 County Landing ing dry pond last 1 I .
we can possibly make it i ,
|1)1' filled. I ."I used to catch speckled perchin l f
I Parents are always fussing WHEN: IN: NEED OF
C F (Bub) Carter candidateinr Continued from Page Onei I Lake City DefeatLake that place when"I was a boy. i about the way their own and

County Commissioner from ; and look at it now. 1 I..andsrapjnLand Clearing ,
but "
children act
sort of mechanical trouble a.' other people's
:
District 1 (Lawtey). pointed to Conditions through Florida were Fill ; 1.-
he started to leave again afteran rolled 84 do they ever stop to think wheth- Dirt Paving I K
long-time residence in the City up points in much the same. with one of the I'
!
nis interval I not their children have a i iI Driveways Peat Humus
but
found the fielo er or
Bradford
his asset and defeating High in a most Florida droughts I .
county as major ; prolonged ,
too short and received minor injuries ( I nice home to come home to? IsI Building Sand Oyster .
lull track meet last week. The i ,,,
government. in the last 65 killing crops (
pledged good years 'I
in the last of several un I it everything a home should be? Shell ,ho,
| t
Youngest In Kate Tornadoes gained but 28 points! and citrus trees drying up lakes.

District 1 candidate Harold K. successful take-off attempts. against the faster Tigers. I and turning forests into giant i Is it a home that. if they were ,III ,,'
Treated For they would want to come: See OVID LEWIS
Injuries I
Norman pledged better roads Ernest Barnes was the most tinder boxes needing only a stray young
I Tenant farmers on the Summei II home to? Some people never 680 W. :Madison Phone 356WFla. i 1'1'
without tax increases, if elected. potent Tiger weapon winning the spark to burst into flame. I
place found, him in the to realize things like that. Matte, .
plane.
At 24 he l is the youngest candidate 100 200, high jump and broad The U. S. Geological Survey stop t .' i
a low-powered two-place giaTaylorcraft > ,I lakes I Of course, I have to admit that hI.
for any County post. j I jump in addition to anchoring reports that many Florida

Incumbent District 1 Commiaioner when they arriveo the winning:' 880 relay team. He. ''are lower than they have been there are some teenagers who Come on out to the FRIENDLY I III'
and helped him to nearby Berea I But I'm asking $T )1' Round darning jittrr-biiR- I ."
don't care.
S. just
Carl Prevatt sent note 'I was high-point man with 21 l-4(,., | in 25 or 30 years. The U. I
a w.ittzini !
where Kinff ; I>ame hall "|>fn I Iq|
lead by Chairman Wadsworth I Ky, he received medical closely followed by teammateVavne ;Weather Bureau says the drought I you is that reason enough to put all da' until 11 p.m.. :Mtmdav thru I

attention. \ Jackson 18. be the worstr the blame on all of us for some- Saturday <;d mu U b..\. with to I
expressing his regret at his inability I ?L j I appears among recordWt. serve <--andui<'*-.
stated that Bell haveI
Turpin returned that a few others
started thing
records I
to attend the rally due to .r Jimmy Hobbs was the onl} since Florida were I lip 5'4
Wednesday morning built a in 1891. I done Do you have to give us
illness. Tornado able to cop a first place 4t> i'HhV'Unl.l.T &. 41 Fultli for >.ale
The incumbent Commissioner fence around his downed aircraft.to that being in the pole vault.1 Worthington Springs near the: ALL the name of being juvenile cht-ap at the first Pure Oil Station i
County keep stock and left by I on KejMone Uoad UpHti
away Bradford-Union county line, recently -| delinquents
were::
for District Other Tornadoes placing II
3 (South to mind an old : I
for Starke.
bus stopped bubbling for the I I Which brings \ IIENT-.SIx unfurnished -
Freddie Stephens 2nd, shot anc I I. room
Starke II
) A.
(Buddy) Bishop Mrs. Margaret Bell, 32. disclosed 2nd | first time in the memory of old-, i i saying: Spare the rod and spoil houv Inquire at Gay' Home I
Edwards ,
.J discus Jerome
r. cited his own record ; Appliame lt h
past on (?
when early reports of th I I is 'the child But if some people !
1 time residents Silver Springs :: .
!
the commission an the Bobby Sapp walks his 650-lb. pole vault, 3rd. broad jump:
i accomplishments
< mishap were received here that : famed bot, would lay down the rod. at least Foil $\LF.-Two tt-Uroom MaM>nrKanth >
low that the glass
Black James Harrell, 2nd, high hurdles, so
of the entire Angus. I
Board. type cottage and two
her husband left the old Starke I tom the sand when I i ; long enough to read up on the II I
Mdric 3rd, low hurdles; Ivan CovingtonI boats drag masonry 'otta "" furnished on Ii
Edwards. Jr.
bidding: City Airport, now Lacey Con.wa"s ( is said. 1 new changes that are being math :301 in t'lty of Waldo. 'oppositer'har4 i'
io unseat ture instructor and sponsor of the 2nd. 220; Van Prescott, 2nd low p docking, it I I) MottI :
Bishop said that he I HarKuin to (Iukk"up'r '
place. near the Bradfora Was Tuesday's rain the harI -j every day, I'm sure that it would : and
.1 .
feels local FFA chapter stated that i i hurdles; Charles Noegel, 3rd I I 2tl 4 20Kois I
qualified for the
office and ,
I A
High School Stadium at 7.3C old world new and
pledged to return full I members of 11 chapters are sche 440; and Burt McGee. tied for 2n binger of happier (and wetter\ mike this a IfoXT-T\\ o I..r."m furni.htd hg
value for
a.m. Saturday. March 31, to visit And after all isn'tI'
days to come, or simply a briel r: better one. hou> Walnut St lllUlreat
the tax dollar\ i uled to exhibit steers they have : in the high jump. I I .f nn .
his father and mother. James A. further-prolongec I I' that what we're on earth for? 504 B lirownltr M. Apt. J, I'e r.
1 a
i fattened during the winter. and This week the Tornadoes journey respite in ,
Jesse E. New some, also! candidate lip
a Florence Bell at Devon. other I
and Ky. that all show animals will be soldFtarting to Jacksonville to meet i 1 drought? Bradford Count ian< ; I am sure that many ;
for the District 3 post, approximately 9 miles from Cincinnati I I! theii r teenagers feel the same way tha tf
,, at noon heavily favored Bolles team. The; this week were keeping I INCOME TAX RETURNS
promised to serve to the best of planning to return in a I foi do. AH\ we ask for is the lov .
and I
A 650-lb. yearling Black Angushas are reported to have a well fingers crossed hoping r i Get all your legal deduitionsSee -
his ability if he wins the election few I need and
and understanding we I Call .
days.Delayed been entered by Bobby Sapp. balanced squad. the best. or
i Weather '1; will bt':
By that our world
.
want so
1 17 1 BUS jr Henry Lawson, 17. anA I W. P. SMITH:
Thivr-Sided Race She explained that her father- for
letter place everyone
a :
I 342 H. Walnut St.Phone .
Russell H Green, Jr., candi- in-law was ill, though not seriously Home Demonstration -One TeenagerIn S76-J or 181 :

late to succeed incumbent Dis- and that Bell had also planned A Millionw.c.T.u. \
20rars ExperienceOIK
i
!net 5 County Coiwrawrioner ).{. I j on picking up their son. Notes !'

(). Harrell.\ promised to see to it I Jimmy. 16. visiting his granu'parents. TKNTII 4\>nKKItV

hat the roads leading to churchesand and flying him to At- byDOROTHY I ItlUIOH IKPIHHIAll
i Makes All Modrl* ,OU
lanta. Ga. on the way back to I : ROSS
cemeteries are kept in good 'I ItraooBablr rbarxm guaranteed at
'I I "THE MORE .V HN" DKINKS ('11 %S. C. IolurIUIlU .
Starke. to a motorcyclehe
condition.Harrell. pick up .
.. .
I N. Home Demonstration AgentIt TA1 "'. full .. sinrk I'b 23!) .
THE MORE HE: >"
bidding for re-election had left there for repairswhile TO FORGET -
I, I hAs TO FOUr.ET. FOR SALE New 8 l: S I: 16 ('on-
traveling from here to -
reviewed his record
briefly past I rt I II Crete block. 19c. Cement $1.50 .
:.5 a County Commissioner and ':,Cincinnati Their departure was can be "strawberry time" minutes or until syrup sheets! (S.TIOS.I.'OI'K) per bag. Mortar Mix: >1.30 per .1 ..
from giving the jelly taste bag- Hridf( rd KiiRlneerlng Co.
!>!erige '!, but once a Remove from fire. Pour into ;
More business and less politics harvests come '
therMrs I
WATKINS ROUTE IS OPEN In
.,n the County Board was asked I nt'1and\ daughter. Norma year Take the opportunity now 1 shallow pan and shake gently until in Bradford County Many nearby

tiv Floyd Wiggins also a candi- Jean. II. a student at Bradford to serve them liberally to your I foam collects. Remove foam. I' (ti-.ili'r>.- now making $75 to $100 !
.
.
'lite to succeed Harrell. who took I High. began to worry Monday fanully in the fresh state and ;I Allow\ to stand until cold to USED CARBARGAINS \ r..llt.I" r w, in k the This State is one Can of you the qual-be- "II,

Definite stands in favor of segre- I when a phone call to Jimmy'emplnyor. freeze and make preserves for "plump" in the syrup. I if%' f..r this one? Why not write
into hot Th.- J. H Watkins Co, 653 W. 383
Reheat and
ation and no tax increases I phO'lp:1't'lding Shop the months when this delicioui pour I Ptachtree fat, N. E. Atlanta, Ga.

Incumbent School Board mem- in Erlanger. Ky., revealed that he fruit is out of season. I J sterilized jars to one-fourth inch Uchs 3/fl

I and his father had probably ali a fineour"e of top. Seal at once. Do not I I
t-r from District 2 J. E. Brown The raw strawberry is | H'i''I|: IiN'rl"no'III:: ; and .
Miankej the voters for his last i ready left despite poor weather of vitamin C and ranks I, seal with wax. Use a regular I un'iii, ni-lu. d h..u..- in 1..atey. A|> I : l for
.forecasts. ; richness jar and lid. J I 1.1 i M'ibs<,n lt|' e> in canning
three consecutive terms in the along:; side the orange I to ; I lan,
P".st and asked for his return to i i The situation became alarmingI : of this vitamin. Vitamin C is' Store in a cool, dark place I i \\ \, \'I'lI;H- 1o.I..Krapl..r. part : !: tdZ
color and aroma. t !I.ik-l dotation anil Iyp.,1
I flavor
Wednesday as incomplete ac-
"fnce. I not stored in the body so onemust retain .i r': .I'LLliourn I.. suIt applicant -. ..d
\V C. (Billy) Powell, also a l counts of Bell's plane being found nrichbor sho\\H I Ht-nrv Iivson's consume his requirement of Important 4-H Dates I 'I I --. .. I I" Merloni ltihf( 1 ', ..

were broadcast on radio and television FF \ Ilrrcford -To IlememlxT II I I : ; i_J. n h._.
Oistrtct 2 School Board candi- I. it every day i iThE' I F"I{ \1.1-I: <".il.int C.t.. Slov K<'"
,Ute and it was learned frm: worst sin against thastrawberrv June 11-16 4-H Short Courseat Ii .1 r.i lm O.r ihfip .s..e \\ full

issue pledged if elected never and to dodge advocated any the elder Mrs Bell that her snn 11:hei Agn, ui ure junior will >h"w is to let it stand in Florida State University Tallahassee -i OF THE WEEK I :si 11.I ..v ..n. ld !ClunlinK Il"dd ': << ,.irly.r.l-

general I hid definitely left alone in the a H-nwnth..I,1Herefllrd.! and BuS water until the color and flavor To be eligible to attend I i |" (1(,
improvements in
the
en- i craft from Cincinnati's Boone junior Rudolph Hutthinson 16. is m cold water a girl must be 14 years of 1QM; r.HRVROLFTHellair i LOW COST I 1.-1
n' I'hi\i\1 <:.l."t"m leach out Wash ---- -- -- -- i... .
---- County Airport at noon Monday i of the FFA steers and the entire likn i' age and have completed at least: ,n-
Some people Tinted (
Wants Better Ruses | | and then cup 2 Dr., t
until The Tt'It'g'rat1h113 able to taking his 6.r,0-lb yearling Black two years of club work. She must 4. .'7
Boar,| of Education Candid.He I to wash them by letting a sprayof (;Jla>s. Heater. Radio Liability Insurance !
I contact Rher.ff; Turpin for de- 'Angus;: to Gainesville I them in a : also have completed at least two I ..
Paul! water fall over <'n
Raymond running against' All three have been called of work this The A-I Condition
tails of the accident |I "fine I projects year. I Ipurpo:1' | fir,
Brown Drain well Contact Us Concerning the
and
Powell p'edged improvements Bell an experienced pm'atepilot animals by Hutchins and Agricul- colander : of the Girls' Short Course :,icr
is : for
in the school bus Here are the instructions I 1953 CHEVROLET NEINSURANCE LAW I Wli-
who has been flying for at the Food is to train her to be a leader so p ', 4

w..tf'mth special reference to I' many yeirs and is presently a frl'pzngi'rries; : meeting given held re- I she can help others: The trip ofI I 210 2 Dr. No Membership Fees \ : U J",
ureater Conservation
cleanline. and the elimi- Second Lieutenant and serve- i i course is a reward for the fine I i ; w'....,

mtion of over-early runs due to I Operations Officer in the Km- *. work she has done. i 1953 CHEVROLET BEST lUTES IN TOWN I'"

,it k of equipment. i I Tn Frrvie strom ht>rril'.. I July 9-14 4-H Camp. Bradford 6 Month Policies :
stone Civil Air Patrol SquidronHu desired and sprinkle I 210, 4 Dr. I : t iii-re
Incumbent School Board mem1i plane L, regularly haoj ,it P'loed if fill th'"eeztr girls will camp again thi1 : ,Mini, !
.
for I>istrktI (Graham I Keystone: Airport. out IIH.nW:: -ugir over them as Leave you one- year with girls from Alachua 1952 CHEVROLET Doyle E. CONNER i il i ri.m h<1

Thornton f Johns sent a note stat- W 1 tontamer : Clay and Putnam counties. To srR.XrEEXCY; : | # .
Use threetniirths 2 Dr Blue. I P. H Radio
ng that: he has the measles and !hi'f inch headrace he eligible to attend. a girl must Phone 2S5: 136: W. Call 11\.

. ,,> was unable to come to the' Recent Births i-t nip of sugar to one quart I have been a member this year DeLuxe Heater. New ,
"'1't"
Rally. I I I ,f be-nes Seal and freeze. 'and have completed at least: one Seat Covers, Back1pLights. lor: rn-:1'-Fu'! h.d tw" "* j i iII (1..1.."
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I The Bradford County H.' : : i': a reducing dietr .,. j 1 .,"
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Walter project work. must
opponent S. Sible ,,
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announces following : diebetic. freeze thi ; i in vpt f :
''tI'd his record a* a teacher. I Mr and Mrs J. L. .\miioStarke '.\'- ,>' v.M I w a sugar.Wh'n '. have a physical\ examination before A CREAM 1 PUFF r. ... .M I'F -..i d 1 t>,:.. ,M : 11\
'>l.>.lg.\l closer parent-Board co oeni's wthout using any 1 camp time. M .t |ph 'r;" I j. \\ tf \ '
i a daughter. Joy L-miso fruit. do ,
to serve '.r-
"w-ration and stated that he : 6. ready The last two weeks in April Others To Choose From i

(.ivors maintaining segregation in I April not completely thaw out but servovith I will be devoted to exhibits; at the I 1'011 \t UK IK1' It \,('11. ('I,III : ..t-.|
Mrs Leonird Mnor
Mr and I : _
-, hook of Starke. a daughter [)l.lnn" \ :a few ice crystals Home !I 4-H Club meetings All club Visit our Show Room and SOrrr farm. 3 mllr of ton 1 I ; week- /

Incumbent County Surveyor This is the recipe that I members are asked to keep this see the Complete Line of I I.: mile on pated road \' ..
Frances, April 6. like to : brook... 2 bed room huar, bara.I :' I
members ',
Uirrv: A. Anthony, also unop- Demonstration in mind as this is part of their Beautiful Motoramic Chevrolets I rluh roots dining, 12 .. ... I fJar>

:..used for re-election was not able disrupt our school system". .4:' use when making I work in completing their project i for '56. I, room, barbecue. good: pit land.modern"..lIabl.I rontrnlrnren. I 4 20

attend.a John Torod, county chairman !Strawberry PreservesUse I The parents' cooperation in this : I fur Ranch or for ('onntr ('Iab.I

l'olit teal Dfoiolon"Ouv I of the Farris Bryant organization .. -' .. freshly picked firm berries I endeavor will result In more ot "OUR SERVICE I Price tll.:>OOOO with term II ] name with

the Ocala some ripe and some not quite ripe. the girls completing their pro- .
Andrews candidate for spoke in behalf of I PAYS DIVIDENDS" I FLORIDA REALTY CO. I

'nited States Congressman from legislator for Governor Jim Bred Rudolph Ilutchlnson with his The partially ripe fruit give more j jects. Without the usual fine support Of StarkeGuy 'I 4/2

the Fiehth District spoke after of Gainesville spoke for gubnvtonal I 650-lb. Black Angus.ture pectin and the ripe fruit a better I: of parents the 4-H program ; '. I

flavor and color to the finished would fall. I II ( ABAmra. B. SvwtK.
h? ('nu"trand'lJatts had been candidate Sumter Lowery RATLIFFCHEVROLET .e. j. Th inaa

,,':01'01 and S. G. Denmark. county chairman product I QuotationI 3SS Tmpl At*. TrlrpkOM (83

He pritx'iyM incumbent Cones for Fuller Warren defendedthe instructor J. G. Wood; who p. To 6 cups berries add 4 cups I "Spuds Johnson says digging j jI !Stark Florida

",. man Billv Matthhews for former Governor from att" cksbv have urged Bradford farmers and i i sugar; in alternate layers in a I for facts is better mental exercise I CO. 'I

.'onsistp"'lIv d..lltin'! the aegreit Breck Warren's segregationstand. j cattlemen to help the boys and large heavy kettle so it will not | than jumping at conclusions." HAVE Apr. YOfR 14. by car the wa-hcd Mtthodist

ion is. D.." and called the refit I themselves by entering bids at the! boil over. Heat slowly until i Cr. Call and Court Streets Fellowship mt-mbrr". from S 30 (

Supreme Court mlinsr tW The next scheduled rally wi"be show sugar is dissolved stirring lightly i THE RIGHT POINT for theway 1 I : to 1 p m nei'i: the i-tout I l I I C&U

I.,1 : given rise to the InteprVt.v held lonieht: (Fridaa.t 7:30: I | All commissions from the sale' to prevent sticking When sugar ,' you write. Come In and se'iwt : Starke, Pla. '' I
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.,,tro\'ppq "a political decision""i o'clock in the community building. : regular days sale of commercial' iq dissolved and berries start : your favorite TERBRQOK I I SMALL nV: n.ar TRACT lljni OF;"' ,TIMKEK n ,*-i t J ., e p._

.,(, : ('''M''mistioaltt'mpt to it New River '!cattle and hogs will be given bj' boiling boll rapidly about 20 Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.I J',,,,at' Itp .Motel Itchjt




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