Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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of the business of modern courts is I knew more than anyone else," he explained,
Official County Publication Established In 1879VOLUME
handled in chambers and anterooms and offices, and added that he is now sorry and wishes he

rather than in actual public trial sessions.As had continued in school.!

is often the case, a preliminary hearing Youth Looked Older SEVENTY-SEVEN: : STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL :7. 1856 M'MIVEK FORT -TU1tEFInchAndARalf

conducted Monday afternoon In the offices of Lyons interjected that his young accomplice L

Bradford County Judge Theron A. Yawn on a hadn't known the car was stolen and expressedhis Olen Store Sets

gas station burglary rivaled the courtroom for own amazement that he was so young. "I I State And City Bradford Political Pace Picks Up

tense drama. assumed from his appearance and manner that Grand OpeningThis

Donald Lyons, 26, and a 16-year-old local juv- he was about 22." the man stated. "If I'd knownhe '!

eiule were ar%sted by the Starke city police was only 16 I would never have taken up Rain Welcomed MorningStarke's Try Spys AgainstMoonshinersHere As Campaigns Near Home Stretch

Saturday night in the act of escaping from a with him." I

filling-station break-in after their presence He asked that the Judge consider the age of
Area Farmers newest department 1 to farmers fill tiie.i! .
there was reported at 1:57 a.m. by an alarmed the youth and" said he thought he was "basicallya By store is scheduled to open its I I spring crops r rrnnx

neighbor.The good kid. in the remodeled block of '
i doors The crowd was pii"bdblv, .
call waa broadcast on police radio at 2 The discussion was pierced with long intervals [ Farmers' faces were wreathed stores next to The Telegraph on' Cloak and Dagger tactics reminiscent somewhat by the downpour hu

a.m. and by 2:06: Officers Miles and Thomas had of silence as the people in the room and in smiles here this week as a Call Street at 8:30 this morning of the roaring20's em- :1 the market platform, where ;h,

run down their car and had taken the pair into the Judge studied the reactions of the young good inch and a half of rain fell, (Friday). j ployed for the last few weeks by j I rally was staged, was fried t.

custody barely a block from the scene of the prisoner, who did not even then. seem to realize I starting Tuesday afternoon and The new Olen Department I II I state and city law-enftrcement | near capacity when G p Wad L-

robbery. the gravity of the crime in which he was in- continuing without letup through Stores branch is one of over 55 officials in Starke's intensified i worth. chairman of the C<>um\

Goods Recovered volved. j I most of Wednesday. It was of the scattered through 7 Southern / war on moonshiners resulted this I I i Democratic Executive Corn tnrtte.-

Fateful Decision slow, easy-falling variety that states, specializing in 10W,05tclothing week in one arrest the confisca-I rang a bell signaling starting time
Tires, a battery charger, a number of tools
As more of the story of the immediate incident I sinks into the soil and does the > and yard goods with tion of a large quantity of illicit i for the first speech Manythe'
and various items of merchandise were found in I
and of the teenager's background was maximum amount of good. headquarters in Mobile, Ala. liquor and a raid just outside i : spectators were seated in car-

the escape car, which later proved also to be brought forth, the air in the crowded office grew I Growers predicted they would Approximately 11 local employees the city limits. .I j parked on all four sides nt! th.

stolen. tight, tense with anticipation. The focus of at- now salvage something from their and a local manager will Successful purchases of homemade ,, platform.
With such clear-cut evidence, coupled with I spring although the rain whiskey by an undercover i,
tention shifted from the youth to the man be- j I crops. run the branch, according to- : Plug: SegregationMost :
immediate confessions both burglars the of- { agent directed to a store and !! of the ,
b/ j temporary Barbara | gas : fireworks .I th
hind the Judge's gray desk whose lone decision 'potatoes manager
ficers decided to turn them over to 'I .. station about a mile from town ,i evening were
county within the next few minutes could turn what Scott, of Columbus Ga., who ;: provided at the enc
authorities. since the city court is empoweredto I too far along to respond like stated that a manager from the out Highway 301 south by another .,, : of the program when speaker>
might have been a simple mistake into a life of
levy only a maximum fine of $500 and a toax- : young crops. The" moisture is ex- Starke area is still being sought official spy provided the evidence for four of the gubeinatorw
other hand also releasea
crime or on the could
pected to greatly benefit: all needed by State Beverage Agents Candidates h Fuller
Warren Fat
imum sentence of 90 :
This newest addition to the I
potential offender back into society with even however working out of Jacksonville ris
I young crops. including : to Bryant. Leroy Collins. :,n.;
Charged with breaking and entering with intent business community features a
more contempt for the law. j corn. pepper, cucumbers, and obtain search' warrants and raid I Sumter Lowry each sought t
to commit grand larceny in Circuit Court Again and again in his questioning Judge late beans. : modern glass front with floures- the establishment Monday, according portray his man as the foremost
I 'i 1 cent lighting in the interior and' I
the two would be liable for maximum penaltiesof
Yawn re-covered the the R. to
ground reviewing A. Nettles Jr., manager, reported County Court records exponent of continued segregation
as much as 15 years each in the State Pen- break-in the boy's background. Lyon's state i. that some activity would i!i has been planned as a selfsenicei Bradford County Judge TheronA. in Florida schools. In contrast!
facility, according to
company '
ttenntiary. ments and the seeming indifference of the young got under way at the Brooker I officials. ; Yawn set bond of $500 for to their fiery remarks the talk

This placed the matter in the hands of Judge offender. Market next week as Wilbur. Herbert Prescott, arrests in the' by county candidates wennni I:

Yawn, who must certify serious cases over to The pendulum moved a bit this way. a bit i Hague of Hague will start digging : They stated that Starke wa ; raid and charged with possession { and provided little excitement! '-'"..

the Circuit Court docket. that way. with each word and phrase with each II potatoes Monday, and plans !;'i 1 chosen for the new retail outlet I of moonshine. | > the crowd.At .

One Had Record changing inflection. The boy was almost of to bring them to the Brooker ,1 because of its prominent and Almost at the same time that ( i;' one point Chairman Wan'

The County Judge has the option however oftrying legal age to be automatically tried as an adult I platform for grading. Hague's 1 South's growing most position in one of the. search warrants for the State'' ;: worth had to call for order sine.

juveniles in his own court or sending themto (lawbreakers may be treated as adults after potatoes were not hurt as bad progressive areas.The ', Aeenfs'crackdown were being issued j{ there seemed to be more speaking
by the late cold and wind theones Olen finn began in Pensa- in the
the Circuit Court to be treated as adults.It age 14 at the discretion of the court and are as 1 Judge's office Starke ; I going on among: the crowd thar
in the immediate Brooker cola in 1916 with a single store PoTi.p't're there
released :March tried the basis criminal I confiscating;: 4 fjye- was at the microphone
was found that Lyons was on same as any other in has
vicinity Nettles said. land i since expanded to covet eallon jugs of 'sh'ne from illegal Opinions DifferA
15 from the West State all when 17.) an -
Virginia Penitentiaryafter cases over important cities in Arkansas
Nettles also announced that supplier's rendezvous mild dispute ensued
i point whet
sentence for and en- Silence Broken
a six-year breaking Louisiana.
Alabama Missippi.Tennessee. near the city. i H. A.
representatives of the Southern Lawson. candidate
tering, but that the 16-year-old had no past The complexion of the hearing changed in Georgia, and Florida. ; fo
; sheriff
Vegetable Distributors have arrived The delivery deplored the hazzaid ,,
and 1 pick-up sta ; t
criminal record. one direction and then the other with each
II '
at Brooker and are leadyto Cash prizes totaling 100 will tion. a large! open field close to I' school children getting on an('
The husky, six-foot teenager, who came to moment until the question was so close that no
start operating as soon as any be given away at a special! drawing Ih" r>tv limits \vac spotted and off busses on crowded highwaysand
Starke with his from Arkansas five one in the room could have guessed what the I
parents I growers there start digging pota- at I' pm tomorrow to ctistn- lf..nt nn-ler Furvojitom-p' for Pv- ; said each bus should be foi!
months ago was asked by the Judge to explainhis decision would be. toes. V. B. Hook "" hn "' .'I' : lowed by
{ a buyer from m : regictr' .1 th- dt">!i- \1' b,1 \' pnii, and, lire : ) ; a deputy to see that
reasoning and motivations in participatingin Finally, after a last long silence, Judge Yawn | Columbia, S. C. is also at Brook- Mis.Si lit! bard find 'h f' -' 1 '" ""F t .. o1"II'II'III"nl! iinM i; '>', ; i !{ motorists observed the law b\

a major crime seemingly "out of the blue." shattered the sharded crystal quiet. er in anticipation of the late- 100 !ladie-.. .'nti i the star thi- .,," ,'nK' 'II'pr! 'h, 11.d \ "; t ,! stopping while busses are unload-

Met By ChanceAs "I'm going to give you a chance." Seven ,, starting vegetable deal moininj o-,|11 receive free nYlOn nun II peddle S,"' mrt'nual : ; ;' ing

Lyons. County Jailer J. A. Sasser, and the words rolled back the still, and the participantsin hose. On Pale: EllolII Sheriff p D. Reddish iepje
youth's sister-in-law listened he told of meeting the scene could once again hear outside traf- that it would be imprai t tua; t tpi

Lyons last Wednesday when the older man stop- fic on the solemn air of the small room. Starke Policeman I -it- ovule deputies to follow Ouis ;
: knot! bus
ped at the Starke service station where he ('urft'Inol..4'd i,, each morning! ;aced ,'I;

worked and had the radio removed from his car The teenager was released under 7 p.m. curfew rt .t tn.Hm.. hut stated that th. \ ,,I'(

for resale.He into the custody of his father and his Dies On Duty i.l I -Line busses eveiy ,d'| ,
'+"} I I. enforce .. .
said that he and Lyons began to talk became brother and sister-in-law pending a full-dress the i I.
1 -4- L ',' 'i 11! their abihtv .
friendly, and went out in the car that hearing to be held later, with the warning that Will'iHintis! : Jackson. ;: T
1 '1'1 p". Nted out th.it. .
evening "fooling around." the slighest deviation from rules of any kind, in- Staike polit ,'ma 11. died\ suud. ;
"!peg> sting at vei 1 \I
The ex-convict suggested that they go to Xew cluding the curfew would place: .him without of a heart a tt a' k while mi! in '
at 4:30:) > taxpayers ;in -, ,
uileans together, where, he told the youth, he further consideration in the hands of the Circuit : n m 1o'lIti.near the < ii; ,r. i .cc' of crime ,
{ hound Bus : : :
.mid get him a good job. Court. Depot. -i i 1,1 he
getting :a !b" ,
According! to his fellow ..
; of'
The teenager then detailed how he and Lyons He will still be sentenced but the sentencewill ', ,)' I
;, Jaekson narrowly missed
had agreed to make the trip and had sot out in be administered after thorough investigationunder e I..", .
woman who stepped into t'll t > enter a man d'1 ;
the stolen car Saturday but spent all their mon y the jurisdiction of County Juvenile Court. I I, street directly into the path t ,..- ,ri: ', ;! ,i.iiiin't mean that i.t

inking. Lyons was bound over to Circuit Court undera the moving police oar in flint "I." .t 1'ood i sheriff' Hi: ,m; -

Manned Trip charge of breaking annd entering with intent .
the Florida theatre as he II.IP'"|. 'ii defending what !; !b

'1 guess the idea was as much mine as it was to commit grand larceny and his baa sot the comer in answer to 'I! u l! >\ ,<>- i busines-hiv:

Ins he said, stating that they decided to rob at 3000. i| from the bus station. -" .it ,.ti; of his off i, .'

II,- tilling station to obtain funds for the Newt Following the preliminary hearing. Judge i j She panicked .and fro?.- ,\ .,' K Hants I'.iis Heaters

Ii ilMILS trip.yuesrioned. Yawn delved back into papers piled on his desk her arms in the air when .Mi ', :h ."i I bUlses"prt' ha, k ;

further as to the deeper moral im- makin room for the next behind-the-scenes | the car bearing down upon n. rr "j'; again when f'.n,: K'I : ,

ph, .uions of the burglary the teenager replied question to be brought before the cases in black they said, and Jackson n ". ,'- uuiidate for Schn'>,i (H: ,,",

iiiuply "I wanted to get a fresh start." and white" before him could be carried along to running her down only bv in> ,,, 1 ..r I"hl"ret TY.'O. adv( ,i'i; v'

He said that he fell behind and left school in the final courtroom stage the part of the as he slammed on the brake rea5t'I < .tr'ri. of a, heater m; ,
i came to (f '.'it,t IjI'I, On F'aj' K/: .
the 8th grade and has begun to feel the consequences drama so generally relished by the public thatis j I a screeching stop

of lack of education. "I guess I thought really only its last act. I. He continue! On to the dept) J
immediately afterward. Witness

----- I there state! that: the poliee : alI Talent Show

Tornadoes Sink :ISMS Glee Club Every-Day Berry I the arrived street moved and erratically came to a a,stop ro.-- (IKKFAT county candidates i I

I Concert Ends As Sales Drop, at an' odd angle in the station fortify th..m..hf'oouth |bar j Plans UnderwayThe

Spring d..h.p..aJa'k..
on was dead '
: Some See Late Crop when tht'rPII'hNI the he.'uel chicken before sHaKing | -

Bishop Kinney {Set For Tonight Oriermallv from Dublin.car Oa.. he rally at the iutey political annual Starke Lu.n- Ciuhnimiinity

Wednesday and Saturday sales moved to Stqrke with his family Tuesday night. '' Talent Show hat risen

i>f strawberries have been stopped from lakeland. Fla. neduled for 8 p m. Friday .ta: .
In Last i The Bradford High School Glee :! for the current season Ralph NetI about a year i II! at thBradford
Inning High Frnun.
10 New
ao soil had been a member of RecordsSet
j Club a mixed chorus of some 40j I ties, manager of the deal here the city's j Campaigners For "lium. i it was annoum d{ 'h\r
j' girls and boys, will be heard in announced Volume has i police force for 2 ,,
I' yesterday. months. ,' '- 'k bv General Chairman thigh
Randall Davis. Tornado twirler j spring concert in the USO audi- declined to the point that everyday ; By TrackmenAt P Ingram

pitched a no-hit no-run game t i torium tonight t Friday( at 8I sales are not necessary Conn-, The Talent Show featut-- .
tv. 'n!''
of Jacksonville -:I o'clock. 19. ipjg.! and GV
against Bishop Kinney I Xettles said. Growers are advised Tourney rtainers and .
was a member of the rs groups plu-;
on the home field last i The first half: of the programwill I to bring their berries to the tian Church. First Chris- 'inii.ror of novelty acUh.sen ,II!
Ot.ii.i won the seventh .ii.imai
Edwin; consist of ihoral numbers and
afternoon, and market henceforth : {
Paturday on Monday
I I He is survived bv his :P K Yongo invitational: : ti; '4 hv audition from Uit'
while the half wife.
in the last vocal solos last I
Johns hit a home run :j Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. idf-nt bodies of
the Bradf"'j;
: Gladys Brian .Jackson of Staike '' 'meet nt the University of F; '"
will te devoted to comic :
for i a
10.irtory oper-
inning to score a i j In the six-day period April 19j .: hi mis. and the
a proreeecLs rni
daughter. Catherine last with 91 1-2
of Starke piliP'
BHS Davis walked only one man i I i I etta "Dizzy Baton. j 25, 205: crates of berries were sold I : :; ."> ate channelled into .
three Donald Ten records broken prni' '
sons. were in
Wayne of
Admission will be 50 cents for
the entire I| here at
during game. an average of SS.70 foi i iI '?1 of the Lions'
j Starke and Robert and 15 events, with the Ocala 'it natimAiipht (10
Johns pitched a good Same I I i adults and 25:! rents for students. | a return to farmers of S2.55S.75: I RlJark-
i son of Lakeland his dads, one of the outsta"'i"\ conservation! prog ran;
: mother Ella'
I Receipts will be for the
against Gainesville here last Friday i used purchase -| Total receipts for the season now ] Mrs Davf- ,
I Paulk
but Gainesville managed to' of new music for the Glee' stand at $7S.294.S9. i!': Jackson of Cadwell. Ga.: lirebrothers track teams in the state. seeing noted 'M
Club. James of Dublin. Ga.. i !most of the new marks. 1 has bf'f'11'I; !
in the first inningand j I ui
srore Some i
believe that trains he
growers 'and, "i'-d :Master of Ceremnn.tvening' '."
Albert of Cadu elh Ga.: and Palatka. another well-balam! u1lIr; >:
the final score 'was 2-1 inav this week will enable: berry : ; "". -
',, a sister. Mrs. Johnnie Watson of' team gave: Ocala their close-- $ program who Ii IrTn
"r of the visitors. Absentee BallotsPersons to another .
plants produce
crop Dublin. Ga.Funeral The Tornadoes embark on a anti| l look for stepped-up yield in air I nnurs'
services' Yonge. the host team, was third i
1 two-day trip down state, playing wishing to vote an absentee the next two or three weeks were held Sun-I I iuiku kdl'
i I tiny at 2 p.m. in the DeWitt C with 45, followed! by fake ('i'vwith are available from ,immber
Beach this afternoon
New -
Smyrna ballot in the : S -
May primary '- of the
Jones Chapel in Starke, Rev.. J 22. anti Bradford High with; Lions arrfiiding
and Delanil Saturday afternoon j
They will :spend Friday :'i I must file application before BHS Science Club E. Sherwood officiating. and interment 17 12. I I", Ticket Committee ChairmanBill

.ught in DelanJ.Tuesday : 5 p m. on :Ma> 3, according to a was in the family plot inDval The Tornadoes were again Studstill who said that there
I will be
a charge 2.r rents fn.
afternoon' game '; reminder this week, by Mrs BeautificationProject Cemetery. ]paced by Jimmy Hobbs who seta rhJdren.fl! of
cents for adults
K. Marian 1. Crosby of Members of the police force and ; J new individual pole vault recordof
neduled here with P. Yonge supervisor .\
cash prize of $2!) will be
I I and
registration county officials formed! < 10 ft.I 1-2 inches. The 8SO
va> lamed out Underway IVf'n to the best act. with othfi
an honor guard, with Chief W. and '
Edwin Johns was elected t :ip.In After applications: have: been relay sprint medleyrelay F'Itl6\D..1\Il: .('.'.'OITEIS of ( :awards of $5 and $10 f.r outstanding
Thornton and Patrolmen !teams of Bob Taccit,
made absentee ballots bereeeived Riley j composed
Dt The team at a squuu may (ov100) : Azalea bushes were Seat Earl with plM'anl. before taking; off in ('" artists. Prize f'ominr
5 Miles. SheD Tomlin-' :Burt McGee, Harold Godwin, and
until > r on :May i.
ueeting neld Wednesday after- ; ;pl i! ii fit last week at Bradford son. Cornelius Moore. al rallies in 1.1 \J ( ount) last :-... 1 Chairman Maxie Carter J.
Mrs Crosb\ said Wilbur Gril !- Ivan Covington placed third in :
ioon High S,'hall as part of the BlISs ( ;. Johnnie Barton and I. V these events. Andrews art also speaking fur him disclose that there will he t tw,

t Lena Club's continuing Beauti- 't Anderson as active pallbearers. This week the Tornadoes journey he II is nut able to ath.ndwl'au", of 'I' I prizes for the white and tAr, ; ,

: .. iti.vn" Program, it was disclosed 1 1i the colored schools wtu: ; on.
to Deland to participate in
*) h> :lib, sponsor Charles Cowen. i 1 prize for each school ,It'hi" .11,1'
tl Rotary Hears the East Florida Conference track
,''i], e instructor. ( Discuss Blanket ] JlS participating
meet. This will be the last appearance .
T-ie bush planting project w a scant :Conservation Talk i Refreshments will hf .-e' ; '",
i; in an EFC meet for 1
i-d\ through sales of candy I the Lir ns.Detailed.
BHS, since next the Bradford
season For Starke Police De i!
he school by club members: Penman Alvarez BHS student thinclads the information ni-f.! be 'II -
join Keystone I *
"'..ney raised through various i'who will represent the Bradford i ii Conference. I 1 rained or services voluntN-rd bv

hs. a total of $25.:! with all 1 j Chapter, Future Farmers of'' Deland is favored win The possibility of raising : ; \ contacting any of the ftnir.wmg? ;
to the
is t". the students. America at the area speakinging ', police salaries was brought \ \\ i i members of active Show rm.
EFC title this "t'arith
} a strong i
IV1.one group was ; ,; Contest in Jacksonville on May well-balanced squad., Palatka this week following the I j mittees:

E r r .-Ahu ;tots, along!,: the fence line: 9. was !guest,: speaker at the Ro- 1|, should offer strong opposition session of the Mayor's | Stage Committee Da-;, ( ".-

I I".ng in front of the school I I! tary Club Wednesday. He deliver- City Hall, a time regularly : ; :(,tt. chairman; Carl L Jonas and
along with Seatreeze of Daytona
1h. Temple: Avenue Friday after- I M the address on soil conservation Beach. Bradford and Ket- served for complaints or ]Esten Jordan.
1 i ..c Another was busily repaint- that he will use at the area terlinus of St. will tions by the police force. I Ii Talent Committee John A
Augustine :
'in. the green tree benches be- i meet I i All! of the i chairman; Louis JlJisll'r
probably battle it out for fourth
+ Nhr main ficers agreed that they > t and Merle MacMillan.
y iIe R : building Foster Shi Smith chairman of) place. j
Fi.inklm: Ritch Jerry Gibson the Bradford Soil Conservation he paid at least as much .when"u i Publicity Committee W T

I'in fllnd rf!. Charles Kirkland. !' District's Board of Supervisors.: Facts About ServiceLt. :. lowest-paid city employees I I Jackson, chairman; S. R. Mar .

T.im Long. and Nancy Bates help"i '|presented Roman with a cash other departments and co-chairman.

< i out Friday while all club> ;j award of $15 for winningthe1: Col.! T. B. Ergle of the U. S. Mayor W. T. Jackson about : Prize Committee MaxnTar

members had a hand in some j county speaking: contest. Army Reserve; Advisor Group in i I: possibility of overtime i t I t er, Jr., chairman; L. r Heiser
Bradford High:; School Science Club member. busily restore the has Gainesville an inspiring talk i a factor in the salaries of :and S. II. Harley, Jr.
. part of the program, which M I Paul Hutchings, FFA advisor j jt gave i I j
theory gTtrnn ." of uoodcn tree bt-nches before the school building been adopted as a permanent t and agriculture instructor at B' before the local Hi-Y Club Tuesday municipal workers Ticket and Concessions Cnmm''

during FrldajS painting, bu.h-planting projt-vt. Left to right! areKrunklin S,-ttmre Club activity HS. reviewed the chapter's aetivities night He also: showed a i i speaking' ; of the 1 tee -Bill Studstlll. iharreir

Bitch, Jrrry Gibson Club ad\lsor Charles CUM en, Jan Mon Pi.nt; for the fcemhes.is J?- and: accomplishments during; lecer.tly released film strip about I police! work Chief W. E. !! ;Pat Miele, David Mont-: :

dorff, and N'ancy: Hates. .. .:. RI.n ::0, p.1.>: eea" the Army and the Army reserve I I ton said "You never know ; r.,1! David Mullis;


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rOn COf.NTV JIDCU est efforts. in all county matter If I[PAGE TWO
editorialAndrews re-elei! ted I will continue to put mybe.t FRIDXY, M'KH. :".. 1936
Farmer's DiaryBy To the citizens of Bradford Count: effir's fortarl.trd. n. one
I Will .r-r !ld\i r. I' .s
am a candidate for reelectiona f b'-! .-
your County Judge In the May ,iv /-h'j i p u.d- i ,'.r \ t.. ....d :
., .
-.'' 'a I.' F" ,: ., i
primary election. i '1'1'' IiH.'d"f
Sam McGarvej Having no outside ., .
} .. .
business interests, I can cm .'ii: --- ---- --- --- -- .
hone to devote my full time. t.. th
CongressWith duties of the off.e. I ha'"I.. jIT
volume control in soft focus
next time the air the people of Bradford County thrr, Flattery I'
trouble, well\ follow his years of
gives us fair, effuentand rtfS&k
the nice for Congress in the Eighth Congressional courteous service; have '-''cam-
District heading down the homestretch artxue lined and modernized the offi.e f..t.. COLONIAL 1
v greater efficiency and have ktpt It I !
we are pleased to hear reports from alleclions pen during regular hours t. see I ,
\\hie: at Starke shopping the the people. : f
;, of the district that our own candidate, .
other day. we saw a big cloud of 1 ask re-election upon iry record
Guy Andrews: is coming up fast in his bid for smoke and drove out on 100 of absolute honesty, fairn.. ,,- 1m- FLORISTPHONE <-' I \
election to this most important office. partialityand proven abilit Tour ,
south of Staike and found the vote and support will be greatly ap- ,< ; J
This is the second time that Mr Andrews has woods burning furiously, with I-reciated !, t

run for the Congressional post. He made the In this extremely dry weather, many homes threatened We don't _T. A.Sincerely(Alex) Y.\WX. 218 (

race in 1952: when the new Eighth District had just about the only thing we can know how that fire started but

I just been created and there was: no incumbent in do here is irrigate what we have we sure do hope that all good citizens ton mvrnicT SCHOOL TWOI 110 tIll (j) t

the office. He did not run in 1954 for the reason growing It is so dry, and our in this county will be extremely I vi ish to announce candidacy ,

that he felt the incumbent was entitled to a second irrigation system is so small, that careful during these terrible f"i tne office of School m\Board mem .

term without opposition in accordance with we cannot wet down the land dry days and high winds Ml l.er.(pounty-wide Dist Two. South SI.uk."ot..d FLOWERSFor .
I have
lived ,
the old tradition of "give a man a chance." But enough to get other crops going. It might be a good idea for all Starke for the past 30 years am in a I

now, Mr. Andrews feels it is "every man for himself And we need the system an'how.just of us to quit doing any burningat graduate taxpayer; of and ItH.s a, member a home of owner All Occasions j

and he is: again offering his services to the to keep our berries going. all until the danger is de- chic organization Being: lu many the DISH GARDENS 1

voters of the Eighth District. .. Teased by heavy rains. Insurance business. I know the
jeopie of
Bradford County and their
When Guy Andrews first announced for Congress And. of course at this time Mhuol problems! and. if (elected POTTED PLANTS r. x( t( .

late in 1931; The Telegraph wrote: you might know the "irritation"pump This has certainly been a disastrous lest will interest always 01 be our working schools for and the the

"The announcement of Mr. Andrews is gratifying would act up. The dog- season so far for farmers I e.ple of Mradturd Countj. Yourtote POTTERY

to his many friends here because they recog- gone thing runs at about half around heie Bad weather of almost andujip.irt 1'\lL appreciatedJA.MU.D. Flowers WiredAnyichere UV

nize in him the type of aggressive leadership that peed and just as soon as we try every kind freezes, frosts.!

H man must have in order to represent his people to speed it up it splutters and drought winds, have conspired to UHl < (lCT.O'I'II..lo'Jn

well in Washington. Ever since he established quits. Our friend "Herm" Ham- put the farmers way behind sche- 1)j"I. 3 ((uQtntLarKr)
dule and no hope of catching up. I hereby announce my candidacy
here after World War II Mr. ilton will work on it, and if we for
himself in business almost .el.'tion as County CommibMoner Nona St. Stark
looks like
know Herm, he'll get it runningo'k' The potato crop from Di trK t Three, South:
has spearhead
Andrews helped every a total loss, and now that Starke, subject! tj the Democratic
enterprise undertaken in Starke. Never again. old reliable cash crop of tobacco primaries m Miv I pledge nv hi;..

once has he ducked a civic responsibility on the S s s has most powers worried, as it -----

grounds that he 'hadn't the time' or 'wasn't:: in- Still not getting many berries, looks like there will beery few
we've been wateringthem.
even though
terested. ](10 cent stands in the county
"To all who inquire we can have no hesitancyin The plants look pretty WHEN PRICES ARE HIGH
not much bloomor -
good but is
replying that Guy Andrews is a good citizen. fruit. Damage from thrip has That was a mighty nice compliment -

In our estimation there can be no higher praise been quite bad, and there are George Huggins paid U"

than that." many clack-centered blossoms in in his column "Farm and Ranch":

These words, written four years ago, stand to- evidence Hut we're trying to last week. Sure now, George, you

day just as they did in 19:>2. Indeed since that keep up with the weeds so as to yourself would have the gift of E.

time Mr. Andrews has further demonstrated his get as much as possible out of gab if you'd kissed the Blarney >r

abilities as a leader and a good citizen who would the paUh This, so far, has not Stone, but where's a guy goingto k ks'

make the Eighth District a capable representative: been a good year at all for us ?find a stone in Bradford County -

in Congr-I with benies I I

Rxen though we've been here 'a\ se Ztt
That dust storm two weeks
only seven wars, right now it .
ago was one of the worst that it's ,
seems that always been dry
Ot CommissionersOf many folks around here can remember -
Importance heie And yet we can remember
We were out at Brooker I .. .__ __ ____ 0
many times when it was so wet \
all the county races that voters will be askedto about a month ago when they that we had little fish in our a< seen in SEVENTEEN

decide upon on May 8, none will\\ affect their hid one but according to reports backyard. What scales us is that

pocketbooks more than the men they pick to fill this last one was even woi.se. Big we'\e travelled out west where LOW
sunMruck camisole with
problem is: what can the farmerdo KEEP CAR FINANCING COST Vicky Vaughn's sweetly louqueteJ:
the three commission seats being contested there is nothing but dessert; nota
county now about it' and we think the Val lace and daisy chain embroidery. A coquettish confection,
green glowing:: thing:: to be seen "-"

The county tax assessor may set property rain.answer is nothing but pray for anywhere and the only difference : You pay plenty for all that you buy these tkirted with a gathered swish. As angelic'to care for as it

values, and the county tax collector take in the between here and. there is water days, including new cars. One way to save or j appears in Levinstein's Good Behavior combed cotton

money, but it is the county commissioners Talking to J. G. Davidson, who S I the financing cost is to get your loan at this' Valette finished to stay fresh longer, launder beautifully,

spend a sizeable hunk out of every tax dollar. lives southwest of Law ley. about this Heard week this one about politics bank-at low"interest rates and with no "hid-, \ ; iron or not. Turquoise, olive, copper, red, pink,
: a man who had lived den As loan J .
you repay your you t -
the school rivals the commission water troubles and he said ,
Only system pump here for about 10 ( build valuable blue or yellow. Sizes 7 to 15.
years was running < bank credit standing a .
in the amount of tax money expended. that he has eliminated a lot of for office and] asked another asset. your i _

Some voters seem to have the mistaken idea trour'e with his jet pump by taking man to vote for him. "Can't do 4 Call or write for full information. $7.95A

that the commissioners' main job is building and :: off the air volume conttol it," the man replied "you haven't _

maintaining county roads. That is one most important He says that about once a year been around here long enough.
Small Deposit Will Hold Item in
it becomes water bound but when Any
phase of their duties, of course. But in Years passed and the man who

reality the commissioners: have more and varied that happens he merely drains had lefused to vote for the other Lay-away

lobs than other office holder. Practically the tank turns the pump on. andit was running for office He asked
everything that does not fall under the headingof is. good for anothpr'Mr's servIce the other man to support him. FLORIDA BANK at STARS

schools law enforcement taxes under We know tint "Urn le Jark"is "Can't do it." he said "you've M "The Store
or comes
their! A business-like jurisdiction.administration by the commissioners aerv good mechanic so the been around here too long!" Member Florida National Group R 0 B B I N S' Of 'alues'MEEl'

can make a county, just as an unbusinesslike If IlKr.eU-rfe.1 THIUK I pledge<''<>. t",'\1RKF

administration break county. These POLITICAL 1'"Mness' an impartial
can a a.lminidrati..n| of (".","'v

times of ever-soaring costs, coupled with the fact ANNOUNCEMENTS all.affairs Taxes. and m1lt rVmn.v-WMle,,e ,,.w. lout service every tn

that taxes have reached a saturation point, IH'est.'nt !dollar health.! !!""lh"' spent on PlWlc

more and more complex problem: in the administration beautification h'"i"lt-=-t'on and Countywide -
F 0" f OXSTtl'f I"OK Fr results
of the county's affairs and call for HI" < l>li||,> <.
the cervices of commissioners with genuine busi- I wish til think the>?.voters J nf chic'gums J".se E. X.. ?Thank come for youJEssi County ConnIissioner. THE NEW BOSS

lies acumen. for snnniirt vfin h.'n : E \E\VSOMI
,. ,.
11 in 1)e n I
am runtime for
Although they run for office from individual "".. off.,... airTn

districts, commissioners are elected by a countywide I thank von for vour vote amiupport 1'1111' 5IIFRIPp
for next t<"-m. UK \IIF OKI) ('UI My
vote, so that e'er'oter in every precinct .T._ 1. S11OKI I hereby announce mv candidacy f
throughout the county should have an active interest .. ford for re-eleriton County as Sheriff of UradUbett '- in tIle Performance Department i
OKII C'JIl-I' OK "' :1( K to the Democratic -
in every candidate now running for the DISTHHT ONKI primaries in Miv having!-
I wish to announce mv ranri,1.\ faithfully discharged the duties
three to be filled.In of
places f-.r .In.tice of the. Peace for In tn;<.tone the office to the best f my ability
case your memory needs refreshing, here's Which inludes Lawtey. N'ortli since b..e"mln your Sheriff, I promise .
>JiirV.nil South Ptarko' .. If re-eleet..d, to
ini conduct the af-
the lineup: erelx thank erone for their fairs of the office in a faIr and Im- Come in and Drive Then they tailored an all-new Strato-Flight
District One (Luvvtey) : Carl re\att, incumbent ; <'. }'. xot. and inimrt partial manner.
Hydra-Matic especially for Pontiac's high-
1II..pr..h."nllr... Your vote and support will be
(Bud) Carter; Harold K. Norman. ALEX L. 1utNISF'Ot greatly appreciated the Car of the Year !r stepping Strato-Streak power plant-and for
District Three (South Starke) : II. .\. (Buddy) Bishop J.P..clfull.u1Jmittt'd.. Surprise
I' D. REWJISH nothing else! The blazing action of 227 horses is
Jr., in'umlH'ntIauri; : ('{' Edward- Jr.; Jesse K. Newsome.District ('Ol"T\ ('O""I"S'O'U

File: :M. (). Harrell. incumbent. \\igguv..; IHSP. THIIKK (S. STtHHK) \g) The word's getting around fast-the big, yours in a flash with the positive, no-lag action

1:. II. (Russell) Green Jr. missioner I am a candidate from for District County Throe Pom, FOR HIST C-OIM1 0'.': (('fnnll LlWTKl! ,10)\tn: handsome husky you see here is the big surprise of gears-plus an amazing liquid coupling for a

These men may not now be known to every South a Starke native (cfiunty-at-lirpc of Hradford Ountv Being .-. I hereby announce my candidacy that caught the industry a year or so off balance! smooth, uninterrupted flow of power to the wheels.

voter in the county. but there is no excuse for a cattleman and taxpajer. I feel ''rn.re7 ....','"i" r County Commis. But it didn't come as any surprise to Pontiac Bring yourself up to date-come in and pilot
that I have taken a keen interestin "i"n.f'r in I.t.frkt One (Law
that condition to continue until May 8. At thisvery the economical operation of our Abject to the May primaries. I lev am). engineers that they had the year's performance the surprise car of the year-you'll soon see what
time, rallies are being held in every precinctfor county. If elects I will personally now serving as, chairman of the
see that the reads in mv district arentaintalned t.oard: and feel that my past sensation. the talk's all about!
the expressed purpose of giving each voter m the Lest manner pnsMlile ience qualifies me to carry on exper the all that it would be because And don't be afraid ask about for
knew along to price
the opportunity to meet, hear, and "size up" the and that all districts are duties of the office in a capable They ,
treated equally I will greatly ap manner If elected. I will continue they started from scratch and designed the most that's another pleasant surprise-the one that
candidates for offices being contested.
county now preciateoiir vote and "uPIort.l1.lJWE to put forth my best efforts for the
There can be no reasonable excuse for any voter : ED\\AIU, JI:. county Tour as a whole. modern and efficient high-compression, highwill let you boss the best on the road for a great
vote and support will be
not attending at least one of these rallies before preciated. ap- torque V-8 engine in America! deal less than you probably think! M" rom-ro option
FOIL "<'HOOI. no \iu> .T. C. (Carl) PRCVATT
he goes to the polls on May 8. DISTRICT TWO .

In making your choice in the county commissioner 1 am a candidate for School Hoardmember The car says CO and the price won't stop you! .
from Dftrn-t Two (South FOR "( 11001. no \it D
races we urge you to give careful consideration : S'arke' subject to the Democratic ul'r.'rllo ."oi''ru ST.\ltKI.;) .
to the character and business experienceand primaries in Mav If elected I will I ..-..-
work to maintain wish to announce candidacr
segregation! in our my
background of each of the candidates. The Bradford county S<.hools. to lmpro\ fur re-election as School' Hoard
our school bus scheduleour schoollimldme. member from Residence District
election of a majority of the board of county Two (South' Starke .
our education and recreation ) I am now
commissioners is not a matter to be taken lightlyat program I will appreciate serving as chairman of the board r
time and especially so in the days of financial your support! diinne the campaign and if you honor me with reelection -
any to this
and voiirote on May S. important office I will
stress that seem: to be upon us. Sincerely. continue to render the very bestservice
w iriii)') rowni.i of which I am capable tojoy
And once again remember that you vote for di .tn;<.t and the county at Urg.-.
. every commissioner on the ticket. not just the > "iir.it... and active support will
FOIL nl..F.I.EC.O' be appreciated
one from the particular district in which you live !SCHOOL no titi J. i:. TmOWx

I am a candidate for re-elettion
as School Hoard member from Distract M>lt (01 \T\ ('O"'"".IO' En
Four. HIST.K (L \MTK1)I
You can he assured from my past
Needed --- A Special Census record. I will not betray jour confidence hereby announce m>' candid. \"
for County ,'''mmb'I.r from V.rit.t .,t-
Being a Father. I'm sure I can One 11.l\\I"YI. subje to the
The City of Perry requested Congress last yearto have a greater interest In and a emnrati.l I'! JOldn.-s in May I was er
better understanding of school horn and r .ir.'d in lr.ldf"rdC"unt\
authorize a special census of that fastgrowing problem. and. if ,1!lr, t. d I pl.ilf.f tu ,irrv 01.
The and the I promise you continued honorable ':hdi.t;.s ..f "OJ,,. .,(fl., ',. with h ,r.
town. granted
was cen-
f-'v. .,.
conscientious devoted service MI r.t .end f ur: t. .1.1.
MIS. recently completed, showed that Perry hasa if reelectedMy .. Y..u r' .,. I' 1 a LC. "ill', t t a. .
family and I will appreciate 1 g'-.L- :\ ip--' .,,teit
total of 7.;'J7G permanent residents almost
your favorable consideration in f' t i liui i M'TEi:
triple the ,797 counted in 19:>0. the} May rrimary.1'1II..ro.J .
and .
\ rl'spl'.tCully.L.
Wouldn't it be a good thing for Starke to follow T. (Thornton) JOHN'I :: .

suit? The 1950; census: gave us credit for

only 2.901 inhabitants Since then our city limits 'OK S('HOOI lIORUHIcTRII'T Wash Your Clothes

have boon extended to more than double the in- MM II
I am a candidate for Sthor:
ioriwated area and new residents have been 1'oard Member from Pi
1 locking! in at a phenomenal) rate. (There.ca Hampton and Oraham i
and County-at-large' If electedwill
The so-called "official" figure of 2 901 currently work to maintain our Southern
way i.f living.t'ill work for the For 40c!
listed: in all directories for Starke's populationis
betterment of our schools l and ltd- uyS
totally unrealistic in the light of rapid stridesin :; faiilitivs. and to impr.n.t"our !'..h..l
buildings, our education and recreation FREE Bleach If Desired
the last five years. Much harm will be doneto program Will appreciate your :

the if continue to be "branded" for support during the campaign, and ... .
city we an- .
eWe '
; :
l. .' ". .
your vote on May 3. : .t .; 'Y .
other five years as a town of 2,901 when, in reality Sincerelyv ;-s; '" ,. ,,. ,"t/7: ..... .' ..,.. ...ijf.r.o/-7j. '* our present population i is probably more than \ S, (Walt) Sible\ Will : & ::' <:_. : :::' '::,, :...:.; :.:" r.r :i? '!;, / (f.

double that figure.If .

Perry can get a special census why not Can't Get Rid Dry Your Clothe

Starke? It would certainly seem worth a try. Ulr'PONTIAC

of Your Cold For : -
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. Then try 666 the wide-activity medIcine In New Automatic Drier! I,

1879FLORIDA'S for greatett effectiven
pro/ .,ain t oU symptoms of all Bade ot
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER colds. 666 combines 4 potent widely A 6tMtlAl MOTOtt MAJTmItCI-FAIIlY ftlCtO AND FAULT' SOLO'-

...- PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY pieacribed drugs and rives positive
'N dramatic results in a matter of hour

I UNDER THE SAME: ,...ASTHEAD.PUBLISHED lU combined therapy coven the The %Washeteria

1S0d complex rouge of; cold lymptoma.Ho Simpson Urquhart Pontiac

MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE A1 STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER tan match 666 liquidTo&tt Temple 8t&rte
THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879 666 Cold ,

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--\', APRIL 27, 1956 _________________ _____ BRADFORD_____ COUNTY__ ___TELEGRAPH_ __, _STARKE.__ FLORIDA___ "a..\CoJ'...a. TllnJ'a.......

I' and relatives in Maxvlle Sunday rtrnnnnn way depot during the last several -! ......m.mnmmYn .
yy .yyy
| afternoon. l months while J. W. Horne!' \

I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris went I Ito I HAMPTONBy was on leave of absence and hasnow BAYLESS IIl\VAY I I\ MORE
MAXY1LLE 1itd ifo4-MORE
: Starke yesterday to take Mrs.1arr'is j been transferred as depotagent : tfayta u& #
i; [ back to the doctor. We : in Live Oak. i'
Mrs. D. E. Hill -- -
By Mrs. C. B. Nolan are glad that she is improving now. II I i Mr and Mrs. P. II. Lott and
Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons met ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAII'olitiYul daughter moved from the brik'' % !h

LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLAAAHume Mrs. Nolan's mother and sister. : I building on the main street to'' I : I .
: ItallylIjllH'r and'' "lsltor5 at the home of :Mi: I : &rs
UI'nlOn..tration Club Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka and:' litre Tonight i, the Lacy Wynn apartment, ''i I ; f

The Maxville Home Demonstration Mrs. G W. Beach of Hastings, in'I Hampton will take its turn at!i ilistt'Dlng newcomers to Hampton, Mr. and I and :Mrs Eddie Ni>rm.m last week \ '
Starke last Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Marshall, and Mr. and weie Mr and Mis Hubert X.- i: I
Club met at the home of Mrs. to- Billy '
to political speeches i,
Oscar Harris Tuesday. April 17. for a short visit. :, night Friday, with a rally at''i :Mrs. Jimmy Marshall and son, I man and family WiersiUlo, M- 1 .'. "All I

Mrs Mills, agent, and Mrs. Kubje Mrs Lafayette Carroll and family 7:30 p.m., at Hampton Elemen-I have moved into the brick build-'[I and :Mrs: L. c. Robertson of C'K'i! i gilD IftD
Jacksonville visited Rachel Green of Brooke;. !
Harper brought an interesting of in tax-I tary School, after a chicken sup mg. mont .
demonstration on how to make slip vjle! last TuesLIY1th ::\ J. per beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the Mr. and :Mrs Orie Wiggins and and :Mr.: and Mrs Gordon Joru- i I !
.'avers At the close of the meeting Gazelle Sweat and family and I school cafeteria.The family of Staike, Mr. and Mrs and family of Starke. !

luncheon was served. Those Mrs. Dan Parnsh. 32 candidates and their I I Leo Wiggins and daughter, Marie, j Mr. and Mrs Flem ElIxsun and : A&P uiu Fim-t Qualm _

unending were Mesdames John Alvin Padgett received an eye families and friends have been ana :Mrs. Eve Runge of Jacksonville family of Cumberland, N C I ORANGE JUICE 41-0% con

North Mar' Wellhausen, Raymond injury at the Baldwin High School, invited to attend the chicken sup I visited in Hampton Sunday I visited Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ci .- 25c :\' ,I. !i'.L" i' 1 F!'.. .:

Kilgore, Doss Higginbotham Bu- but seems to be getting along nice- per in the school planned to, with the H. B. Wiggins family, by last Saturday eight.Mr. .

ford Higginbotham, Leslie Sweat, ly. raise' money for playground equipment -I and Mr and Mrs. George Williamsand I and Mis A. C. Ellis are A&P Our Finest Quality Light Meat GRAPEJELLY

Balford Whitehead, Arnold Harper Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Gnffis and before the regular son. The occasion was Mrs., visiting relatives in Dade City 1-oz
,, Clifton Nolan Deane Hill. Mrs. Guy Frigo visited with Pete scheduled rally begins. Towns- Williams' birthday. She was also : this week. TUNA can 25c

Leslie Chilson, Lafay Carroll and Griffis at the Baptist Hospital in people are urged to attend both honored with a birthday dinner j Loretta Jones, Mary Alyce'

Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Mills. At Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. Griffis events, to meet the candidates, Saturday evening the home of Crosby and Donna Mitt hell of I A&P Wedge Cut Cheddar J E Ii I

the next meeting on May 15 an seems to be getting along nicely hear their views, and ask questions )tr. and :Mrs.: Frank Williams I Jacksonville! were supper guests

all-day sewing demonstration will after the recent operation on his Mrs:: J A. Williams of Hampton last Saturday night: of :Mr. andMrs. MILD CHEESE 8-0 cut 25C

be held. leg. The rally will be held in the I visited her mother, Mrs Fran- :: Floyd Crosby and family. __

Mr. and Mrs Arthur Wilkinson Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children I I schoolyard directly in front fj I t I cis Kelley in Brooker Monday, Mr and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand Sunshine Green Beaus WithPOTATOES

of Jacksonville visited with their and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and son the auditorium or, in case morning Mrs Williams Alethia I family, and Frank Crawfordof

daughter, Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Bobby visited with Mr. and Mrs. of rain, inside the auditorium. I and Amelia, visited in Lawtey Jack.com'iJ1eere guests of 2 l-Ib cans 25c '
family last Wednesday afternoon. Arthur Wilkinson in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon with Mr. and I
Missionary Speaker At i M r. and firs C C. Crosby :Mon-:
Mrs Randolph Crosby spent last last Thursday afternoon. School, Flag Presented :Mrs. William Fowler and children.
day night.
I All Green
week in Jacksonville keeping house
Political Rally George Wisner of Valparaiso. Mrs. Claude May. Mrs. Robert I The
for her father, B. Butler, while Over 30 candidates spoke at the Cox and daughter. Shannon visited community was saddenedby '
Ind. soon to leave his family
I the death of W T Crosby can 39c
Mrs. Butler was in the hospital. political rally which was held at Brazil Mrs. May Sweeney in Gainesville -I
as a missionary to was
We are sorry to learn that Gene the Civic Club Saturday night. I' Our deepest sympathy goes to J2-oz Glass
at exercises Monday.
guest speaker chapel !; his
Johnson his finger cut off family. Hawaiian 19C|
got fish served
A fried supper was by
at Hampton Elementary Schoolon Mr. ana Mrs. A P Mills and
while working in the woodworkingshop the members of the club. Another I Remember the Homecoming at
17. Mr. of :Miami overnight
Wednesday April son were
at the Baldwin High School rally is to be held Tuesday night Bayless Hiway Church on Sunday PUNCH 346-0% cans 97c '
Wisner gave an account of the guests of the D. E Hills last I IFrida
last week, but glad to report that May 1. I May 6. There will be dinneron
: area in Brazil where he was stationed -, }'. Mr Mills is Mrs. Hill'sbrother.
he is getting along nicely.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClis&e I I the grounds. Everybody bring
during World War II and Mr. and Mrs. Hill and I ION A Halves or Sliced
and Mrs. Ray Pellum of and returned home last Sun- Ii a basket.
son the work he will do as a missionary. I daughters visited Mr. and :Mrs.I. : i Sultana Short Gram
Jacksonville were visiting friends day night from Jackson, Ky. where The chapel was conductedby I V. Hipe in Pomona Pak Saturday i I chett. 'I II PEACHES 2 -1'Ilbs cans 430

the Rev. Marvin Faile of afternoon. i

Vott For Hampton Baptist Church and I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh:I Six new pupils have school been three enrolled IONA Unpeeled] HalvesAPRICOTS FAKCVRICE
Hampton ;
H H. A LAWSON Louis Pievatt. spent last week in Eau Galhej
I from : from Indiana
one -
Rev Faile presented to the]j visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward,I' 29-ozcon 25C
and two from another
school an indoor United States Saxon.:: Their daughter Gail Saxon : I

flag sent to the school by Rev.I returned to Hampton with the,i school within the state. PICKLE PATCH MIXED i E

For SHERIFF Fred Culler of High Point X. C.. Macintoshes for a visit. I|I TO THE VOTERS OF !I

I who conducted chapel services at Mrs. :Marvin Faile and daughtervisited ]I KXWTKY, NORTH STARKE SWEET PICKLES 22-oz jar 2ge
the school during a recent revival 1 this week in Rome, Ga. |
He Stands For: I, here.The I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Lb Bag C
principal, Mrs. Ola M J. E. Toles. I D. B. (Dick) Thomas, candidate White House Safe Pure Sterile 3 3 S

; Safer Highways! Perkins, in accepting the flag for :Mr. and Mrs F. P. Lott eI i( for Constable in District 1, EVAP. MILK 5 fall cans
the school, spoke of the wonderul 5ge
A Better Community For Your Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and I j says that our children entering
Children spiiit of cooperation which I j Mrs. Wesley Griffin. I and leaving School Busses on i iI

f Fairness Honesty and Impartiality exists between the school and the I :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown andMr. Road 301 North of Law ley badly' White House Non Fat Dry Solids

To All churches of this community. Rev.Culler's :: Mrs. Marvin WilIiamsaltrnded I need protection, which he will
ii.- remembrance to the and a family reunion and gladly give if elected. He promises INSTANT MILK 9 6-oz ctn 23e&P Our) Finest Quahu

sc'had is greatly appreciated by not interfere with mat-
I to
(('d. PoL .\d\'.) both birthday dinner at Olustee on
faculty and students. Sunday of last week, forIr:: :;. lets in the North Staike and A&P :303 CanSLICED APPLESAUCE
City Lawn l toner Now-
South Staike unless
Lee Fmley, a sister of the late precincts
i Housed At J.iil Mrs Addie Jackson. called to assist the Sheriffs department BEETS 2 for 23cA&P
"I'm in the jailhouse now !" __ these adequately
as areas are
Coand :Mis
:Mrs. Robert
!is the city lawn mower's elected he E Ee
new protected. If S
theme Claude :May were co-hostesses at 30.'J: CanWHOLE
song this week. I
will administer this office so that

DICK ERVIN installed With completion of a new door a April Stanley 17. party at Mrs.Tuesday Cox's evening horned e it will help Lawtey and the north BEETS 2 for 25c
and doorway. knock I
Eighteen guests wall'hedIrs.:: G of our county where an officer
I into the south side of Hampton's Wadhworth demonstrate tht'produl'ts. f is badly needed, and he will l'1.b Cans
jail the IOXACUT
ATTORNEY GENERALSTATE lawn mower is to be Refreshments were do the job with no extra
kept there
in the future. Ira to the county.
Lester of Hampton did the sened.Mr. BEETS no. 303 can Oc'Super
wojk I :2t! i
OF FLORIDA building.. door : and Mrs Albert Griffis of t,
had been Boatdrain attended services at (Paid Political Adv.) ,
approved at the last I II
Aggressive and DeterminedIN the I' t'ound; !. meeting of j j Hampton Baptist Church Sunday i I
]lid-li | evening GAINESVILLE BONDED
HIS FIGHT FOR: Hour F'arlirrr ruing Mail Out.. .Markalee: Norman stationed at WAREHOUSE I, -Righl" ItraJj-TVl: ,! Small I to li II,. A1gA ::.
\t \\; 'k i
Good GovernmentLaw
Camp Cordon Ga. spent; last Your I.oral Ma f low i
Next :Monday. j j fr Agent ,

States Enforcement Rights Segregated Schools I mornings second April mail will 30. the arI -I j weekend Norman and in Hampton their daughters.with :Mrs I : COOKED Lb
mv (or ratht'rill be II I Ii PICNICS I 19C
I I due) at I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Greene FY I
19:3.i I instead of the i I i
JERRY O. GAY .. Chairman present 10:35. iI
i Irs Mary Williams Postmistress i :Mrs. J. R. Lucas and family, and I

(I'd. 1'01.d\'.) I saul this'efk.. Mrs. :Mary: :Moseley oflax'jJ11': I Dressed & Drawn, ieorsia and 1 Florida

I The rail schedule I were dinner guests Sunday of
changes each the Avory Slados. to celebrate ,, GradelAI
summer.he Lb
said in
1 nth' fl J'ul"iht: saving time conjunction in Cliff Slade's fourth birthclavj i, FRYERS 37C
nlo, r. N' other many j P.irthdav cake was also shared ,
h" affelcd. mails here willsince i with other relatives who visited .1101'1STOIt:1GE; I

mail rain this is the only! I during the afternoon "SuperRight"'oumg:: Tender
,, I
office hour. Phone Gail1 iIlo
HUNDREDSof Outyoine I Mrs. Maikalee:: Norman wan =

Ila\", will' go mail south after next lfo -I hostess at a Stanley party; at'', FR65221Collect Per Pound

tram. ( on the same her home on Tuesday evening thi fRYER GIZZARD 25
details are managed and economic 4.30: t paying the post office at week i... .--1t-_" _- tlH.'t-: ..,,,. ...';..IiE''f __, ""-,. '-.
ally attended that only a trained and III. Other. mail going out Hampton Elementary PTA will i I

careful organization can attend when ,many'!losing dita time tion. is put out at meet next Tuesday afternoon Now Open FRESH MEATYNECK

the urgent need for serving is at I i II III.l'tICSOI.S. each afternoon 5 I :May: 1. in the school;1 auditorium

hand. : at 3:15. I Ii Lb

: and Mr anti who Ms KIheit Sallie,, an I Frank Williams television is attending school; in i,1twoweek : SMITTY'SBARBER BONES 1SC

son have
DeWITT ; the Lacy Wynn been" living] at Jacksonville in conjunction with i SHOP : __ ." :_- __" '_ -.o:" _. _.
C. JONES apartment : -'
fast week to moved j I his work with the Bell Telephone H ".._ _.._ ::: ::'
Phone 7 Starke, FU. livan Live Oak. Mrs Sul l Co. 'lA&P' //////
Coart Street Opposite
has been agent at the Fresh HIackeje .
rail- Marvin
Funeral Director Ambulance Service I Faile of Hampton and i Court House or Crowder
Louie I II
they attended funeral of Waldo altendE'dr Flavorful Crestmont

Our local funeral home cnablea 04 to offer convenlnre. uA Mrs. Clisse's father.services for a banquet at Morrison's Cafeteria I IWILL PEAS 15c
services aot otherwlw availableWe We are glad to have Mrs E. ::\f. .m Jacksonville Friday evening.
Feagk- back at r featuring Dr. Lee Robertson of BE GREATLY II ICE
school -
.. .. .... after this week Highland Park APPRECIATED j {
being ill for two weks. Baptist Church, I Firm Ripe Ctn ;,
furniah the highest type service at loweet prices, and Rev. and Mrs. Lester Taggart Chattanooga. Tenn. as speaker l I

accept ANT life insurance policy la force, Wiled by ANY / and family were dinner guests I Attending youth banquet at TOMATOES 15c t
/1 D. H. SMITH I
Park-of-the-Palms CREAM E
company, aa payment in part or in full oa a fuaeralConsultation Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- I from Friday evening
carrlee no I ginbotham and family. Hampton were Misses Norma -
obltpUan. I We : Childs. Nell) Owner & Operator K'EBERG
I j are sorry to report that J 0e're.' Wilhams Barba- I
Padgett was pretty badly skinned Matchett and Wayne Mat
( 'I J' Pint Ctn CRISP LETTUCE head
i i up Sunday when he was leaning 19C lOc
out the car door while trying to

run over a snake and fell out and I

I: Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
children I I were business visitors in GOLDEN CORN 6FRESH for 29c

Jacksonville and Whitehouse Sun- CONGRESS : Jane Parker

$ 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS. day.Bob DeliciousOOIDEN '
$10.19 :Nolan of Seville visited with -- !

his brother-in-law and sister Mr ,I

$Aftfl 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS and Mrs. D. J. Parnsh, Monday. Defense Spending In Florida For 1956 I STRINGLESS BEANS 15e
$20.17 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and II

family were vistors in Gainesville I FRESH TENDER YELLOW
LOANS UP TO $2500.00 Monday afternoon. m..tmount Pi-t Amount IIhtmoU1lt I LOAF I F

Mrs. Lealer Harris and Mrs 1 $ 34,335,000 4 s >9,112,000" $ 7.748,00 I CROOK NECK "
Gladys Copeland were visitors in :2 79.1W.OOO ;3 73.998.000 8 (Our) 725.000 1 15c

Jacksonville last Wednesday.D. I 3 201,958,000 6 33510,000 TOTAL-$480,520,000
B Griffis and daughter : FANCY WIXESAPAPPLES
I :
Why Put Off Karen and Eudell Chapman visited I

in Macclenny Saturday. Why Aren't We Getting Our Share? : i' 4/b/ bag
Needed Repairs Paint Your House I Little Eddie McClisse was badly I ,
j burned on the arm Saturday when : WILL FIGHT
I he fell on the hot motor of a : FRESH TENDER
Add a Room Screen Porches lawn mower. : -

BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING I Mrs. C. B. Nolan and son. Bobby I To Help Maintain The Small SegregationTo Farmer //5-oz Cake 2SC CARROTSHILLSOHUME 2 /lb bag 12c
were in Starke Friday to see a I
FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER doctor. Bobby has been sufferingfrom I
To Get IndustriesTo
SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS AND REMODELING I a badly bruised leg: which, :
Get Our Part of Defense
he received while
walking on some

MATERIALS- LABOR AND cross Mr ties.and Mrs. Simeon Phillips', Monies :I CANDIED YAMS 2'4-0' 49c !4

Vote 8 For Jane Parker Enriched
visited m Jacksonville last Sunday May A !
with Mr and :Mrs: L1.:: Spun- GUY 4 i! ,
Applications At Our Office No Obligation holt z. WHITE

Birthday Party 2 for 25c
Mrs Bootsie: Cannon entertained
it her home Monday afternoon I ANDREWS !I

RKE / J April 23. with a delightful plan- BREAD

ti uri ,r..1 l 1'.11 honoring her son. Ear!. He's the GUY __ ) 1.11 IM III11,, IIN 0 IS II ...
<' eighth birthd.iy Gamesw.re
played! throughout the eei.f For Us ?ems

La RS J'UPPlIEJ' ::'! ,' and then the birthday cake I I Lb loaf

K8ll/LD \\.ts cut and served. TUNE IN WMBR-T\ ) : 1 14C W MIY YNIW 1I.IN IN NYNI

333 S'Al. II Mrs \\'. H. Norman of Jacksonville I MONDAY APRIL 30 412 Call St.
spent the weekend with Miss i 10:0010:03 P M,
, I j I ILJ Debbie PhIllips. I, (Pd. Pol. Adv., ,I Starke Fla.FRIDA .

-- .. .-

rainy.PKIL !.. 19:,,'

(I II Hilda Conner Sets I Uncle Doc Andreu- Is Al 1 I were- Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starling I with the little-honoree. 'oil. I.- '
Spry 93 :
'June \Vedding Dater I and family of Lawtey, Mr. : is served pink lemon i,!Je 'i

-- I and Mrs W. B. Starling and son cake and was assisted bM!: -
I At 93, Unite Doc Andreu i- a- 1 ik.r.g a* his wife Ethel Fox.vorth Paul Faulkner
and Mrs
of Jacksonville
Docia Green '''?' ::"
hale and as hearty as spry ,irwiU vivri tlYy' ">i. Theressa They lived at Brookes of Heilbronn. Roman Alvarez, Thomas. Included in the '

j ;."t! as a mere youngster of 6". tt until 1937 when they movedto I Mr. and11'*. Joe Starling and were Reeda's mat'rnJ.I-! ,"

Last Sunday was his birthd. Heilbronn Springs for a year mother. Mrs .
j I family of Pine Le'el.II'. and C. L Atk.rsBrooker. ; -
end, as the currently popular -,t- md then to Lake City, where Mrs Mrs and .
: Starling and chI 1I 1- her paterni.: _'
Gladys Mooty r I .ns. goes Uncle Doc never h.+d :' AnJreu died in 1950. Uncle Docn dren. and Mrs Starling's parents mother. Mrs E. C.. Lt ;'. n'" ,
1. Phone 35 = ..,. good There was preai'n.'i.: >o." makes his home in Lake City Mr and Mrs. William Johnson Starke.
and sInging, and dinner on : '!. \\ .:-h his son and daughter-in-law, ;
.. no wish Mrs Starling man
_'"].Land gifts, and a l'"n'L'i'it t M: end Mrs Ray Andreu. more happy birthdav's.

Barbara Jean Roberts 'Spring' To Be ThemeOf ,ivv.' birthday cake tom # \\'ith a twinkle in his eye, Mrs Reed Lewis entertainedin Recent Birth;:
ling of the joy of reunion '.\ t'l-: !Ic Doc says that he's been
honor of her daughter Reed M- ." M'i". I
Lays Wedding May Breakfast "..'" friends and relatives fio-t ;>:.1 i\ ing the fiddle sine he wa on IUM! thud butiiiiix' .. 1
1- .
., anmvttaiv :v i :t' *:*..' i' (I'
\ e! the stateAH fn old.
_. years !' : Situiii.iv '.,. .. .
!- '-;-: y Woman's Club Apr II I. at her i I', n." ,' ; 'I
this took place at theN .i1: My mother used to weave hers h-:!, lin Br", ,, t.
\'nIl'n .,
!.1] Two' !voif r-: \.' ". L'o" ..' H "' _
,.w River Baptist Church \\ 11." '1 doth, he says, "and job ,
1 .
r fru.N's 'MO\ t'. ,, V! ,
K f fM Spi IIIR will be the theme of I'd .1-1 -: 1. 11! '-:' : k- : \
te I + T'-ii le Doc used ti'.trudge thl">c ., 1 to keep the gourd on top nf"ii f
Club .
the St.uke Woman's May
r L AS# + miles over sandy roads, as a u.i pinning wheel filled with -- ,
e b:. Bt.-dkfHst which will be held to attend services.To : 'ii-ad.! Between times 01 fillingtiif W. S. (WALT) SIBLEY
Wednesday. May 9, at 12 noon in
show his ; gourd, I'd pick out tunes 01
appreciation t< !
the dub house.
r Uncle *h ;M rid L\I.II., 'Hi- fiddle my mother bought me" Solicit Your Vote
Mis W H Nollman. social i everything Doc got out h.- < Ann and Support for
trusty fiddle and "histed" a cou- Alt Kiniii Amin ill"I"' i settlei. he said.e'E'r had a lesson m
Chairman, has announced the following er
j : Bi.idimd ('''tlnt Hi1. mv lift',"
I committees to serve at pie of tunes. Outside the churchhe "

the Breakfast: Food :Mrs. Bar played "Over the Waxes" for father, ut !Spanish descent ,am e : Among old-timers who tame riSCHOOL BOARD
I 'to this section about 1S50. Thi i back to help Uncle Doc celebrate
an admiring audience which in-
tha Pearce, chairman, Mrs. Hogan and Mrs K. D. Conner of i ON COoNT WIDE''
I i c luded his cousin, G. W (Will i i family moved to Like Butler ir, the occasion was Joe Poppell. nowPlant ,
Smith, Mrs. JT. B. Mrs
and Raiford an- '
the State Farm
c4 20 YEARS
of City and another earlyresident \ EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER ASC'
Andrews, ana old friends Drew 1866. then the county seat oj r \
JunIUs Smith
and Mrs. J. A. and '
nounre the engagement ap- BUSINESS HAN MARRIED
; Reddish, and Aunt Rosa Pinhol- I Bradford County, while UnclDoe's e of the New River section TAXPAYER MEM ,
Griffin Decorations and Flowers
; 'hmg marriage 01 their / BER OF METHODIST CHURCH. SHRINER.
proai He
i spoke during the afternoon
I father served term
ster. a as
Mrs. W. B. Parks, chairman, i Daughter Hilda, to James K Mei AMERICAN LEGION IF ELECTED WILL WORK
the old
in churcch. '
In 1870 moved
Mrs Ruby Johns Mrs J. W. i Lead, son of Mr and Mrs C M. "I danced many a set to his I county judge. they I 10 IMPROVE SCHO LS. BUSSES AND RECREA8 -
Klm'aidIrs.. Lex Green Mrs McLeod of Lake Butler. fiddling in my young days," to a farm on the west side ol>I i! something of its history when the : liON PROGRAM. AND MAINTAIN. OUR SOUTHERN .
''L. chuckled Aunt Rosa I New River, then later to Fort congregation sat on split !log WAY OF LIVING AND"' THE INTERESTSOF
H. Jennings, and Mrs. C. H The wedding will be solemmzed !
benches instead of the modern OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE
I' i White in Alachua County, and COUNTYWIDEI'd.
Nasworthy; Floral arrangementsfor June 21 at 5 o't lock in the afternoon Inside the ('church Uncle Doc I j noin
tables Mrs H. B. Peyton, in the First Baptist Church demonstrated his versatility ty I finally to a place near Biooker,.1' pews use ( Pol. Adv.)
As Uncle Doc sat and fiddled
I where Untie Dot's father died m in
chairman, andIrs.. Charley switching to "There's An 1
Raiford. Eye !
i i I 1&&;. the shade of the oak trees, group .
Johns; Tables -- Mrs. H. H. You," and other -
) No invitations are being sent religious of well-wishers :
came to offer -'to'
I Adams, chairman and Mrs. K. G. In 1493 Uncle Doc married his up 'Ie
Mr andIrs Clarence A, i but all friends and relatives of i I Ii I their congratulations
Roberts of Lake Butler announcethe Duncan; Favors -- Mrs. E. L. !i the couple ale invited to attend. I For the past eight years Uncle I first wife, Georgia Anderson of I I "Hope you have more''

engagement and approaching I Matthews, chairman, Mrs. Harry I j I I I Doc has !lived in Lake City, but I Rrooker, who died the same yea j j happy birthdays Uncle many Doc" said ,. Vote ForD

marriage of their daughter, Bar- Mooty. Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, he still considers Bradford County of typhoid fever After theirmaniage j one fond admirer.

bara Jean, of Lake Butler and Mrs. J. II. DuPre Mrs. James I LittleVoman's Club "home," and that's why his birth- they had moved to Web- "Expect to have five j

Gainesville to Marvin Pritchett of Lewis and Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb; ':Elects New OfficersNancy day party was staged at his old stei, but Uncle Doi- returned to Uncle Doc said with the air more of a ; B. (DICK) THOMASFOR
Haiford and Palatka son of Mr. S. E. Simmons, ] stamping ground New River. Brooker five years later and set man who has ,

and Mrs. William Pritchett of chairman, Mrs. W. B. Mundy and I j Bates was elected presi Born on the west side of Sampson tied down on the old Tom Dyal l i just tight everything he probably figured'
/ lout And
Atlanta. Mrs. Lester Crews; Publicity the Little Women's Club In I CONSTABLE. District One
dent of Lake April 22, 1863, he was. place 1905 he remarried ;, has.
The wedding will be solemizedat Mrs. Harry Mooty; Program committee for the coming year at the regular -

5 p.m. on May 20 in the First Mrs. W. H. Noll man, i! meeting Tuesday evening at fL ..............T.T..T.T' (Lawtey South tarkl', North Starke)
Christian Church Lake Butler, chairman, and Mrs. C. L. Scholl] the club house. '

with Rev. James Thomas and Rev. Waitresses will be members of The slate of officers to serve PINE LEVEL He will protect our school children entering and leaving
C F Dance the Little Women's Club. Miss will be Elissa
officiating. with Bates : school busses; in northern part of the County.He .
All friends ana relatives of the Breakfast will be for members Stefanelli, vice-president; Martha

<*<>uple are invited to :A tend. I of the club and their house I Van Landingham, corr.-secy.; Ann by :\In" II. :\1. :McltaeUAUUAU11AAAW.V1u will NOT interfere in North or South Starke unless

J"uests.Voman's; Williams, rec.-secy.; Melissa Stal- : asked to accompany the Sheriff. You have police pro-

WSCS Circle I lings, treas.; Jackie Prevatt, I tection and deputy sheriff. Lawtey and north end of
That surely was a life-saving County Chapter I Mi and Mrs Gene Petrher and :
\ Club Board chaplain; Sylvia Paulk, reporter;; II our County needs_ protection.
I Mrs Florence Haltiwanger, alII i
rain and
Circle 1 of the Methodist il Judy Dankel, historian; and we enjoyed Tuesday Bob Smith and Hank Graham
Wednesday after that terribly dance at of Jacksonville, spent Sunday (I'd. Pol. Adv)
gave a delightful the
WSCS. Mrs. H. II. Adams, leader, The executive board of the sweethearts for the next year- '
long dry spell can't remem- Parish House last night with the H. M. McRaes and
< vvill meet Tuesday morning at 10 Starke Woman's Club will meet I Harold Godwin and Joe Harden. Friday evening I
o'clock in the educational building i Thursday afternoon May 3, at These officers will be installed at ber when we had our last drenching for 40 friends in which dancing j i attended church: services.
I rain it was so long We had a good attendance. at
with Mrs. I the May 22 ago and were enjoyed
C. E meeting.
Johns as hostess.1. 3:30: o'clock in the club lounge. 525ill5'2S2.!
-- The balance of the evening's let's hope that it put an end to throughout the evening -- Vir.1 I I' Sunday School and church. Bro. _

i meeting was spent rehearsing for these disastrous woods fires besides ginia and Jumus Smith, and]I IAlyce Tony Gonzalez brought the message BOAT

Re-Elect the Fashion Show which was held giving life to dried-up gardens and Bill Graham chaperoned .1 I at the evening service in the

Thornton JohnsSchool Thursday evening. and lawns. the affair and on Saturday -\ absence of the pastor. >

Xote that Myrtle Sink is now evening Joan and Joyce. We were glad to have Mr. and Season Is Here!
,I Mrs. Callahan of Miami at Church !
Scholl entertained at TreasunHunt
working at Mitchell's and a I I
'UDC for 15 of their senior classmates .last Sunday They were visiting |
Board Member I Marion Dean of Keystone Heightshas and their dates th<,i''Mrs. Callahan's parents, Mr. and \ MAKE SURE YOUR

r4" '' DISTRICT 4 (COUNTY-AT-LARGEl I The W. T. Week's chapter,, volunteered her services as Hunt started at the home of th e I I iMrs. R. R. Cioibj' j I MARINE

U.D.C will meet Wednesday afternoon Nurses' Aid at Bradford County Scholl twins at El Rancho whenthey [ Sorry to report the illness of..! POSSESSIONS
d 1. He Is A Father 4 Children I
| May 2, at 3:30: o'clock Hospital on Tuesday and Fridays received their clues for th. granddaughter, little Suet '

V- In School. I I in Lawtey with Mrs. George -- she is from the Hospital Aux hunt which extended throtighoul t t :I Crosby She is down with measles I ARE INSURED
2. Raided and Educated in Bradford Roberts Sr. and Mrs. Effie Mineras iliary unit sorry to hear that t Starke, lasting from 8 to KI () Mis. Robert Taylor and chil- !

County. I I I hostesses. Midge Sapp is again hospitalized I o'cloik\ afterwards they leI i.dien of Olustee visited her par- !:

1 1I" I she's in the new Bradfoidi turned to El Rancho for rt'fle..l1.ments .- lents I the H. M McRaes. last For ONLY
..... .... ...1 .. .. .. .... I i !''SundayMr #
i County Hospital and sic and dancing I

Conscientious Dependable Qualified I FOR DEPENDABLE with measles this week are Bill)V Hear that Peggy and her bi! and Mrs.I Benny MiRae We Offer An /[ 7 ,
and Sandra Huggins GeirjMooty r Thomas and daughter. Kathleen children of Brooker visited
If You Will REMEMBER To Vote For Me I
; Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton
from th one
Nancy Gay. and Sail y are moving on Saturday
I Will NEVER FORGET You Termite Control I Smith young Steve Tille y Alexander home on Church stiee!II dIY last week.Ve are glad to All Risk Policy

(I'd. Pol. Aih.) i was taught in the forehead win I to their new home in Saratog a know that Mrs. Bishop Thoma:! .

I Household X: Commercial a fish-hook last Sunday when a I Heights :Mr and Mrs. II. K. of Brooker and Mrs. J. C. Sapp of TERMS CAN HE ARRANJEI)

I Pest Control member of the fishing party hf, Davis have moved into their \v I Kingsley Lake are much improved '
was with the old Blandin gi! after a recent illness. Mrs.
I snapped him while home out on :

BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE iO i I I Grove Spraying casting he had to have th e highway while the Oscar D.IVU ad Sapp'. attended church here Sun- H. C. WALL AGENCY \

iI Call h R. 6-6033; hook removed at the local hospital family have moved from the Grit'I } ';

I hear that Rhoda Dampier. fis loop to the house former:v This community was saddened '
who by the passing of old t II FInErTO() BONIS M.1iINE{
rr I Florida Pest Control underwent surgery in St occupied by the 11 K. Davises I an friend
Vincent's Hospital recently was Mr and Mis Calvin Griffis havemoved > !i and neighbor, \\'. T. Crosby who I 200 East Call St. Phone 1.16Starke.

& Chemical Co. able to be moved to the homoof into an apartment at 346N ; had teen ill for several months.

F: Li / I her brother and sister-in-law, Cherry St. Mr. and Mrs. I Our deepest sympathy goes out Florida
/ rLi
24 X. \V. 16th Ave.
I'4/ A
vl I the W. T. Zeiglers in Jax on John Strickland of State Farm,I i to his family

.. > O Gainesville, Monday and is expected home are residing at .OS N. Water St. i, Birthday Celebrations ::- .. - -',-. ..- ,-' -,
A '...,, .. .' .. .. ...,.. "'- -- .->-
birthday "
11orid"I this weekend Mr and Mrs Lamar Patterson celebration was enjoyed ---- "--- -- -

I Hear that Sylvia Paulk placed and family have moved to,,:' in honor of Mrs. Alma Staid -

thud as FFA Sweetheart last 536 ;d. Cherry St. and Mr and ; ling at her home on Sunday, Apr.

; crisP Cotton I Friday at the USO where the Mrs E. C. Clark and family are,1 ]8. Among those present to enjoy SPECIAL

I II I BookkeeperHigh I sub-district conference of the I now at 319 Jefferson : the bountiful birthday dinner

: +-- itt chambraytouched I Future Farmers of America held Don't forget the Glee Club
t I their meeting in which seven concert tonight at the USO I I ONE STOP SERVICE"

\ with I II I School Graduate; counties were represented So long See you there If You Have Trouble With Your TilE NEWMAGIC

\ \ I Sylvia: represented the Bradford I -Carolyn Light or Futures, Call
I r / I French Training in Ilookkeeping Joe Martinez
r / Three years of bookkeeping Club Will Til \.MTO THE: ITBLIC rirrnse l Elettrican Bonded
Garden -
\ \ __ / ribbon braid CHEF
experience required Divide MembershipInto ; The Rally Committee of the PHONE: 237-J

Lawtey Lions Club wishes to express

Excellent Working Three CirclesThe deep appreciation to the _c-_____ n-____._"- _-_- _. _-__ __ __ -_.,
Conditions l I public for their generous responseto Model No. 1A635
Starke Garden Club met the held at Lawte
5-Day Work Week I supper
Vacation and Sick Leave Monday night in the Parish Tuesday evening. To the ladies;
Provisions House with Mrs. M. F. Hazen, of the community who so generously nAE1C The Range With The

president, presiding. I assisted in helping tc STARKE FLA.Sf.V. ,'

A motion was made to divide I prepare and serve the food we, I FUTUREIs
Apply the club into three circles beginning :
will forever be grateful. Thanka .
Employees Personnel with the new club year in i Million for Rail
making our
y ,
The Range With The
April 29 30
Services Mrs Jessie Young, ; Ia1
i September. and supper a success. -Rail y-
chairman, and Mrs. P. J. Quat-: Committee, Lawtey Lions Club ,, DOUBLE FEATURE -I I

Room 109Administration tlebaum were elected to revise I The Treasure of I FEATURESHandsome
this effect and I I
( the by-laws to
Bldg.University .
of Florida present them at the next dub I i is as handsomedoes
t '
meeting. ) DID YOU KNOW? TECHNICOLOR : and this! good looking rqt f+:1

Gainesville Fla. It was decided that the dub locate -| With Rory Calhoun and Shelley i I gas range does everything' a

a site for the Garden Club; The first week in May is alv Winters I bit better than others in its

'Center and make plans for ob-
t tryll taining this site. On this committee It is sponsored by the Chiropractic There No BusinessLike lock and 4 hour tinier are \ ,

are, Mrs J. D. Doyle, i Profession! of America' I set off by sparkling tinted

Clean Hands? chairman, Mrs. E. A. Hall and because Correct Posture not Show Business 1 glass wings that diffuse the

Mrs. Charley Johns. Mrs. Clar- only promotes good health but IN CINI MASC0PE light from two fluorescenttop !

Hands. all smudged !I ance Cooper of Hampton and Miss i I improves appearance Increases With Marilyn Monroe and Donald I' lamps. Magic-Light pilots I t

from \\orl..lngith 'I Doris Stewart of Starke were efficiency In work and physical I O'Connor operate on a tiny bead

Hectograph j voted into the club as new mem- endurance Plus Cartoon for Children of gas saving flame and
bers. Mrs H. A. Lawson. incoming : It is always well to remember Magic Chef Uni-Burners are i

or Then Typewriter president, and Mrs P. J that the nervous !ootemcontrols i Wed Thurs. May 2, 3 fast lighting, even heating

you Quattlebaum will attend the President's each function of the I DOUBLE FEATURE readily adjusted to any heat.
need CLEAN Handsthe body and poor posture will retard i iI
Council at Lake Weir on JIagic C'hefi exclusive
modern hand I the function of the nervoussjstem. Down Three Dark
May 18 Mrs Marian Howe. I ""inJ-out: Broilers.

cleaner compoundedfor finance chairman, reported that Streets
2 quick, gentle re- 19 electric light bulb kits had I For additional information on ALL THIS ArTO- L\TIC MAGIC; CHEF
JUNIOR I moal of office, been sold at the Motor Court I posture and any health problem
home or factory I meeting. consult jour Chiropractor I AND Range For Only $259,95

stains .leans thoroughly ; Mrs. J. W. Kmcaid conducted Deny illnesses respond t : The President's Lady i t

without I class during Chiropractor rare after nothing With FREE Installation
for a on corsage making Susan Hayuard and Charlton ,
Pretty a summer evening a full-skirted lovely else was found to be effective I II
harsh hemiraU or I the program. I. I I Ileston ;i

with a rrincess-look bodice striped in rose bud abrasives. Lifts I| The Parish house was attractively PHONE 108 TOD\V ,I Cartoon for Children I, FREE One Cylinder Gas

deep stains to the t, decorated for the meeting I I

braid that: repeats: 'round the jkirt. In pretty pastels: ; surface. to be uip Nl 1 with arrangements of Spring 1 Fri., Sat. May 4. 5 I. High Trade-ins Offered Up To $50.00
1 I flowers. Hostesses for the eve- DOUBLE FEATURE
I -
W35h>bje. Sires 7 to 15. j ning were Mrs F. B. Beard. 1! The Seven Year Itch I

,95BARKSDALE'S i S Fluid Ounces in Attractive i I chairman. Mrs Maxie Carter. Sr.. !
$ I Container Mrs Claude Crovvson Mrs. Joe With Marilyn Monroe

i I I I j I Martinez, arm Mrs Ira Wilson, CLINICS AND CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS &

1.25Bradford ( Who served refreshments during The Yellow
: the social hour. Blocks North of Post OfficeIn


THE RIGHT POINT for the :Modern MethodLady Rory Calhoun and Peggy

Telegraph way you write. Come in and se- Castle 119 S Walnut St
Starke, Fla. legit Assistant Steam Baths Starke Fla.PAGE .
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r I ,. I I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hunt of Mr. and Mrs Frank Castle-1.J!!,.gati'inv of th.- ..inpaiit! will: W :
J- I IInf,1 )by \.ll.
Beach weekengue. berry of Auburndale were visitingthe : ,
Jacksonville were Tin-! n..th.11.111 be publi-hx!
of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Lawson families last weekend. ..n r ..t' h net J" for fou: > on-r> ui !ite

I I Mathews.Mrs.ts Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. P. J. .\\-tk graph in a, the duly I lli.uifoid: ynatt'I| !: "'"UlltT inuM.ip.r :' :-

i :: S. A. Weldon, and Steve Quattlebaum. :Mrs.: R. J. Davis put.l:-h'd in -aM ..nit' On Down To
Mrs. oHI'EIElIH: I I.-SI' IM: > Hurry
I and Martha Weldon spent the Herbert Thomas and Rev. April 2.ith. ll'Sii.OFFICIAL : ,

!: weekend at Winter Park visiting Ti. E. MacBlain were in Willistonon ( SKA L I
i! Mrs. Weldon's father. D. R. Shaf- Wednesday attending the clerk of the cir. nit, c..mi :
Ib 7H P EVVS i fer. spring meeting of District Three J'l.idtoi.i County Fit ,d.. .

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of ,. of the Women's Auxiliary of the 4tlllIl -7 !
4 I Jacksonville and Mrs. O. \\'. I Episcopal Church. t : or 1\11-\111I'\l : 'l it '\KI:
Ji. and Roberts 1 Mrs. C. H. Dittmar of Jacksonville \rri.icniiion i'IN \J.
> ,. \V G Flaile. Mr. and Mi> George Barry of Brooker were Sunday
HIM n \IK.I:
uaug-ntt'l. ('iiol. of Miami spent and son. Dwight of Indianapolis guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. is staying with her father, Probate l.an liCUt:

Moncia" to Wednesday with Mrs. : Ind. are visiting Mrs. Lola John- Hardy.Mr. Floyd Green and is joined weekends In Court of the (ollntt. Judie.Hradf..rd ,
I I onni> Mate it l'l..ri-
H-tile Si. who has been 11L :Mrs. I son at the State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly.who (j by Mr. Dittmar.. da.

'laiie! Sr returned to Miami with i int' and Mrs. Henry Godwin in Starke. have been living in Bartow. i Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Merrow of In re la Proliale.th' .- K-t.t': l' l'I'i.: i. ,

iau<;hter-in-law for a visit. i i Mrs. S. E. Spaiks and Mrs. W.IH. moved their furniture and Tampa spent the weekend withMr. IH.\I'FlI SIMPSoN: I I-.I-. i
Mrs. W. E. Middletonand i attended the State and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. TO AI.I. WH, M IT M I \l' cnXci'; ]. '
Dr .tnd iI Mundy from their home on ,
I Nutii; c i.hen by fc-iwn that I: -
Mae Jones and Mrs. Missionary WMU convention at Mrs. George Flynn !Sr. and Mr. i
Mrs Church street on Tuesday to f becca Jane :Siu.p-oii has Lied }'
Fannie Wood of Jacksonville spent St. Petersburg from Monday to their home in Bartow. The J. E. and :Mrs.: O. J. Phillips. Sr. of I final report! a, l'>.. -;'rr ol "... :
of Kdwurd Hiadfoid S.'
estate ;
I Lawtey spent the weekend in I I
the weekend at Cedar Key. I Wednesday.Mrs. Hardys have purchased the Win- son deceased; that she has til'd In iI i
and Mrs. Lester Crews and I Macon Ga. with their children, 'petition for final diMMarKunl, : t! it.1 iI I
Mi Bill is in Jonesboro
Kpps berly home and plan to move she will apply to the lloiior.il.1': ii I
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Jr. While
daughter. Carolyn and Mrs. J.j Aik. for several weeks visitingher I there the end of next week. Then-n A. Yawn, County Judas : I i
there they had a surprise visit Bradford Count Florida.n ''li2Ut -- I
few days >
M. Mitchell spent a i parents, Mr. and Mrs H. J. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and day of May IHaC. for appioi.ilof
ast week in Madison, Quincy, and Vreddingburg. Mr. Epps will go children of Tallahassee spent the from Mrs. Flynn's brother-in-law same and for final ,1.-. h.nge .1:
I' I D.I I Mjr. R. G. Kidd. Jr. of San Eern- Executrix: <>f the estate of K>1\, ird J i
TallahasseeMrs. to Jonesboro on :May 12, duringhis weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. ardma. Calif., former Starke resi- Bradford Simpson, d'". e.is, ,l. on II.! -
Irene Roberts of Palatka vacation to get :Mrs.: Epps. 13th day.of April 13.16.Kebecca .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert : I Green. I I dent who was in Macon and Jane Simpson.Kectltn .
was visiting Reand Mrs.V.. Carleton i
weekend.Mr I I \\'. O. and >Irs. W. E. Johnson Atlanta on business for few days \ of tin- state of I for Free Tickets these
Thomas over the Stevens, who have been livingin Okla. I Kdward Pra'lfo:1| :-'ir--; .n 1 1ased on
and Mrs. W. R. Stricklandare I Starke since January while I and son, Reese of Foil Sill Johnson's, Mrs. C. L. Scholl. Mrs. Charley .- <4< :" It i 11 1 II
are staying with Mr. Johns Mrs. Steve Simmons, I ,
k and
friends in Avon Pal
visiting I Rev. Stevens was assisting at the at
mother Mrs. Lola Johnson of the Starke Women's Club, attended i
for several weeks. First Methodist Church will leave I Mr. Johnson' I
the State Farm. the Florida Federated ,
for Athens. Pa. on :Monday where I
will be here for several weeks Women's Club state convention I
'ONE STOP SERVICE" they will make their home.. I Ii
When ..Making Alterations or Mrs. Effie Johns spent Thurs- j I after which he will leave for IP Lakeland April 2425. I Ii I
i overseas duty. Their daughter. Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan spent the FLORIDAI I
Home, Call I
Additions to day in Hawthorne with her niece.
,Rhenetta.. is staying with weekend in Savannah, Ga. with
Joe Martinez Mrs. F. W. Webb. Mrs. Johns J I uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Spencer Lyles.Mr. I i
had weekend her
as a
Licensed Electrican Bonded I Henry Godwin. The family will and Mrs. Eugene Pearson I
P1IOXK: 237-J brother, M. D. Carter. of Lake'i; remain here until school is out were in Greenville. S. C. Tuesdayto

Worth j, end then join Mr. Johnson in Thursday to attend the funeral I SAT APRIL 2K ONLY FREE !

Mrs. Eskew on
Germany. of an aunt Ruby i DOUBLE FEATURE
Miss Frances Landrum was in Wednesday.Mrs. j I 1-

Your County Judge's office requires the Brooksville over the weekend I Lucile Davis returned : 4 . I A A.!. .A.4 1 4I

visiting Miss Joyce Jones home Saturday after several ) ADVENTURE I II .
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrick of weeks' visit in DeFuniak Spring

full-time attention of a FULL-TIME Judge. needs will spend the weekend with her son-in-law and daughter.Mr. I '

with Mrs. Patrick's mother Mis. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr I fv

Steve Weldon, and family.Mr. and son Larry. The Smiths :
I have outside business interests to attend
brought Mrs. Davis home and remained -
ana Mrs. M. U Lawson

to, and can continue to give my full- and Sunday family visiting were Mr.in and Jacksonville Mrs. A and for Mrs.the weekend.Mr. L. R. Tenly. and FABULOUS PRIZES

B. Woodham and family.Mr. I Mrs. W. H. Tenly of Gainesvillewere :

time to the performance of the duties of I I and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli I Sunday visitors of Mr. and :

returned home Sunday after ten Mrs. E. D. Tenly. till Cult
ooluu EOISI
County Judge. days' visit with Mrs. Stefanelli's Mrs. M. E. Glissen of Jacksonville piunltauiiNit111I01180tS

father, Fidelo Caruso, in Rey- send and of Miss Atlanta Clara Nell Town- ,, THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCEAwards
noldsville. Pa. who was sick with were visiting wakeaoN t'j I Ii II

Give a young pneumonia. Mr. Caruso returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby ,
Jr. and '
Starke with the Stefanelli's fora family on Sunday.Mr. I
and :Mrs. R. O. Dansby and.j ANDAFRICAN -
visit i I
man a chance Friends will be happy to hear family of Starke and Mr. and ,. _

Powell returned Mrs. R. J. Andrews and family ADVENTURE!
rt that Charlie
and reelectT. a I home Tuesday after being con- of Wesconnett spent Sunday at JOHNNY I
the Stephen Foster Memorial at
I fined m the Bradford County ''
for a few days. White Springs. JjfaSSMOllER Big
Hospital 1 I
A. (Alex) Mr and Mrs. J. H. Sowell of .

i Brooker spent several days last I'K\Y I.OT XE\VS : t Cqnnibal ::1:1I

I week with their daughter, Mrs.V After 24.000 miles of travelling

YAWN I V Hazen. and family. through the Holy Land and partsof I Attack Mon.

I __ I \U's. F F. Stump is spendingthis Europe, Mrs. Florencce Hippie] -..-:;:. April 30 6 p. me
week with her soninlawand
has returned home and is restingfor ; "

Your Full-Time daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. a few days; before resumingher US!not" : .eft SM '4 -t... ;..0 i ira .

Thomson Jr. and family in Mon- work at the Ensey Play Lot 1.e: rI 1

County JudgeThe tirello Last Sunday night. Mrs :-v I
in OhloiknfP Ga. !NO-TICK 10 AI'I'UIn | COWS .. j
was nciun
Stump .
.. tAlM
( it 'nit Court, llrnilford Count), d
v.-nting Mr. and Mrs. John W. Florida: In < hunrrrv.Kile ........ ..... .... .
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P <:.is- M Slin-k-y. Plaintiffs .._.._.. "" ." -
duties of the office make it impossible for me to Griftm. Luton of Olmsted, Ill. Hull) f. Slll-kev.' I. f'II.lanl; POLAROID LAND CAMERA
Charles ,
Case Xo.: lo-ir
before : S. Therefore Plus .Su i-.s Tease" Cartoon
see each voter individually May L Wednesday to Monday with !Nolirr Tn .tpprnr :
please accept this message as a personal appeal for spent T. llollv U Stllckev. whose r. M- and Chap. No 11 Serial
Mr. and Mrs Titus Olson. d,1.'r! is 5kgrprrt'dj-. Alabama and
your Note and support. \ Mrs C. H. Quick returned home whose addres.s ,> lt ;. Skippeillle.
I after month's visit Alabama. Sun. Mon. April 21!) :30
( Pd. Pol. Ad\ .) I Wednesday a You are hereby notiriel mat a
C. with her Milt for dixoice and restoration of
I in Washington
tam I nanu- habeen filed. GOOD BY
-. I| s,'11. Harry Quick. against you In the above named BICYCLE
Court and cause and you are reoulrrd MY LADY
to serve a copy of your answer -
or pleading to the complaint
.on the Plaintiffs Attorney ,
I willu.mR Huti li. I' fl. It. \ !" .#. M wh(4 '
:Starke. Flo ids, 1 p w"I
and file the original in tl.e office of
FULLERWARREN the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orber"r. *
:) day of Mav. 1otherwise ':;,>;
the allegations of said I? ;WggqrFPe'
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you. xrs
This notice shall be published
fJLMtwtii muse each week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Tele-

,!;raph.I l"at..l. Hut :.-, day ..I AIMI. ]I" :,.- HAMILTON BEACH

I (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of tho Charlex Circuit A.Court.DarD- f, et MIXER

RT Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk i
o 4 :? i: '. i I'
Cc, fd'
The In Ihr ( ir.-uil Court Of The Eighth
Judicial Circuit or Florida In tad

I For In llrndford( kanrery.N. (Count. : i WEST I
ALL FLORIDA : I.. KN1OIIT a "'!do" I'laii.;
x Defendants.\s IFl1tIF: ; w O >I.K. < t a.

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Olinr.ll OP 1111.11'111'U
CANDIDATE NOTH i: I'll1'1'1: tit II
i 'J'lIET.T1: OK FLlIIl'\< > t. I
J J layman--|val"-lla H.tMn >n
TWO .(come Lou Xoble; .lenni. Lou H., ELEC
HERE IS ers. 1. M Nobl.irorg..- W I' I I.Itrury I.
,' -e'
G Uebecca F.
IN Cooksey ""kJlarQ' \
PEOPLE OF BRADFORD COUNTY Biters, Ella L. P.iverit f
THIS CA 1PAlr.N. alive, the place of residence of "-.t.-h
of whom is unknown, and if dr.id
the unknown) heirs, devisees, grani With Walter Brennan and
1:1'5.i..nur creditors and other pei: Phil Harris *

When the states entered the Union they specifically reserved to suns the hereinafter claiming any described intereM lands in or)h I., .<. Plus 'Two Scents Worth' Car-! I 10 PICNIC BASKETS

themselves every right not specifically delegated to the Federal Govern dect-ascd.through, under and the or against unknown each heirs such, I toon. 1 I

ment. Each state is sovereign. Each slate possesses the rights not devisees, grantees, lienors. creditors

specifically delegated to the Federal Government by the United States and other in or persons to the claiming hereinafter any drrribed Interest -- r Tues. Wed. May 1. 2 ,

Constitution A state is not a political subdivision of the Federal Govern lands by. through, under or I
against each Archibald 11. John.

ment. 1'Ada. Wynn V Johns Polly Jacob M. Cone Johns, }Krvin fetty I I v HITS THESCREEN I II II I You Don't Have To Be Present To Win! ___ Get Your

As Governor. I shall do everything within my power to fully main- Johns Thomas J. F. Johns, :Marion IN II I
I. John Jeremiah Johns Laura I'
tain the rights of the State of Florida and to resist any attempted en- Cone William II. Rivers W. 11. SHOCK FREE Tickets From The Co shiers!
croachment upon such rights by the Federal Government.As ; Rivers each deceased; and all persons I } WAVESIiI
having or claiming any interest I
in the following described
Governor I will do everything within my power to maintain land situate in Bradford County 1

segregation in Florida, and I will assume active leadership for legislationto Florida From to-wit the intersection: of the

accomplish that purpose. North: line of Madison Street with
the West line of Walnut Streit.in .
the City of Starke, Bradford. INK; T-RITE" BLUE RIBBON AGEN;
Can any of the other candidates do more? County. Florida thence run SLICED, SWEETENED
If I
North: 72 degrees6 minutev BEEF SALE
West and along the North lint
I favor reapportionment of representation of Florida's 67 counties in of Madison Street for a distance :, \

? the legislature. The 1955 regular session of the legislature by a vote of of 50; feet, from for a the I'OINT Point OF of UElilXXINti He-- I Iteo'IIei ( STRAWBERRIES

more than three-fifths (3-5)( ) of all its members. submitted to the people ginning, thus described run i TOm COOK MOWS N CART CHUCK ROAST
North; 72 degrees 26 minutesWest J
Resolution No.
in November. 1956 Senate Joint
of Florida to be voted on and along the North: line
7, which provides for forty ((40)) additional members of the House of Representatives of Madison Street for a distanceof Plus "Pappy's Puppy" Car-

for the most populous counties of Florida and for a senatorfor 17 degrees Su.50 feet 33 thence minutes run Hast North: tot j toon and Mississippi. Travel "Eat-Rite" Beef Ls Table-Ready Cut Cons flQC

each county. This may not be an ideal solution for the problem, but a distance of 10s.5 feet theme jer, 2 reel I Special.I J
run South 72 degrees 26 minut,->- Excess Waste and Bone and Fat Removed 1
apparently, it is the only practicable solution possible in the foreseeable East for a distance of -;.:." fe.t
Before it is weighed and priced to give you
future. thence run South 17 degreesminutes i:1.;:: Thurs., Fri. lay 3. 4CHrCACO 1arnW
West for di.-taiue
105 j feet to the a Point of P< MORE MEAT FOR YOUR MONEY I'Ll'SPound
No other practicable system for fair legislative representation being ginning, situate in Lots ::>. 6. T. -
and 8 of Illock l'i IIf the Ongi' rcncu
possible I favor the adoption of the 67 Senator Plan al Town of Starke, per pl.; .'
thereof recorded in Iited I I: k -- / Pt. SuperbrandICE
":':" at Page 759 thereof ..f th- 33C
No other candidate has taken a stand in favor of the 67 Senator Plan. public records of Bradford 'u-i-: SYNDICATE

,, ty Florida; CREAM
You are hE'r..bnot Ifl..d tha' .1
I suit has been filed in the ab.Ar, < M-, .....
Vote For And Support titled Court and c..uwh :"In X: DENNIS
L Knight is plaintiff and v.u, ..' 1\
I eaih of you are dtftndan.i'; -v $ LOOK ITS VAC-PAC It's
the relief sought to e'1.1.! : WHITE
qUIet and confirm plaintiff t ABBE ,
to the above described lands u- .. HOUSE AMAZING NEW: DETERGENT
Fuller WarrenFOR fee simple title therein and to < .' 1 LANE j
eel of record, and permanenti!
jinn each of your from assert e, itOR I J lib
any claim to said land- advereplaintiff's Ip( 1F i can Pkgnun
cr N7oam1 COFFEE 79C
title and you are e.i i.required F ARROW 19C
GOVERNORPolitical to appear 111 said iauce a'.derxe ,
a copy of your Answerpleading .? ,
to plaintiffs complaint! "
plaintiff's attorney. Hollis \ Plus "Red Riding Hood Wink- -
Knight, whose address 1"i Stark ': id" Special.
( Advertisement Authorized By State Campaign Treasurer) Florida and file the original in ti.

office of Clerk of sad Oriuii Cour'-l I .
r rr ai! n J'n- 1. lit: ; i.therwiff '
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I I meet at the civic center Friday Edwards and children. 1..1 Phelps in Jacksonville! last Satur- YYYYYYYYTTTTTTTYTYYYYYYY Middleburg last Sunday. I
.\ulliari.sfet't: from measles and celebrated hI':
night, May 11, to make the cor- The Sunbeam Band and the day.The 'j'jI Coleman, this week. sixth birthday with a par:\:; <_::
BROOKERBy{ i i' sages. So be sure to see Mrs. Girls Auxiliaries of The Brooker LA1YTEY\ pupils of the First Grade. i GRIFFIS LOOPBy Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walden of Thursday.Mr. t;
Castlen today and get your order with their teacher, Mrs. Glenn ; Avon Park spent the weekend r
i Baptist Church met Thursday afternoon I and Mrs. C. II. Crew = "\1' "'
I in early. You may call at 2621. Conner enjoyed a trip to the Zoo with Mrs. Walden's :Mr. t
I with their leaders. Plans in Jacksonville last Friday. :Mrs Palatka overnight last Sit.: -
Two new members were addedto I and Mrs. Gene Griffis. : J JIr.
were discussed for the Focus Week day.
the club Mrs. J. C. Harrell Conner was assisted: on the trip ;iI Guests of Grandmother Brown
for GA's which will be in May Mrs. I Mrs. J. M. AlU: '. .
by Mrs. Tex Wilson Carl and :: -
Garden Club InitalN : and Mrs. G. W. Davis. At the Mr. and Mrs Miller Norton Mis Edna Jones during the week were Dunnie Sea 1
Both an.ompamed
the auxiliaries ;
participatedin Gnffis Misses Connie and ed Mr and Mrs. A. G. St Jr:
ThE Bntoker Garden Club met close of the meeting the Club presented and Miss Adel Dmkins of Jack- i Harley her small granddaughter Bobby of Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. :;
a Community Mission Project. 1 Jean Hiatt. Mrs. Lelia Mae Hiatt ir. Olustee !last ..:ek.
Friday night at the Civic Center Mrs. Bigham a book on Refreshments furnished and sonville were Sunday dinner Dee Jones home and spent the:' Smith Manning of Jacksonville i
I carried them the bus. Mr. and Mis. RU""l'L!\ i '
their last meeting until Scpumber. Mrs. C. B. Stallings on and Hutley Clark: ; o.: nit hm,1. .
for gardening. served by Mrs C. B. and guests of Mr and Mrs P. L. Din- day in Co>'oa last Sunday \ d
Officers for the comingear Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. Rosa Mrs. E. B. CastU-n. kins and Freddie. | Mrs Effie Eoatw right and p.eand Mrs Curtis Haii- \' vie' i.shin; ? on San:: i F. I.! .

were installed by Mrs. C. B. ,; I'inholster were hostesses for the I'T.To :Sponx Supper Norman Hamilton of Jackson- daughter Muriel, and son, D. E. I and daughter of Green Cove H-i SH,. Oii.vt-i lu.ev, teed: } l'lic-"' IV ..UViriOu"That's

This was an impressive and served delicious home- and Miss Minnie Lee Gnffis spent .
.Stalling. evening ville Mr. and Springs were Sunday : .'fMr. -.
A committee of 5 met with Mrs. visited his parents guests
n-remony, each officer receiving made pie and coffee. I I Sunday with the I. J. Manning and Mrs. Clyde Brown
L. L. Wood chairman at the Mrs. H. H Hamilton, after spend- Our BusinessIf
installed. Mrs, family at Manning Station.
a corsage when Birthday Party Brooker school last Wednesday ing the weekend with Markalee I Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Harpei I s s

Lloyd Wood presented the cor- Nancy Green had a lovely birth II night to make final plans for a Raulerson in Branford. Miss Patricia Parrush, with her attended church service;? ;n If It's Class We Have It !

-ages. Those installed were: President day party Saturday afternoon at supper to be given May 1, at the The Ed Carter family spent grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gainesville last Sunday.Mrs. CALL WRITE or VISIT
W. E. I
ire-elected), attended Political Rally
Lang a
the home of her parents, Mr. and political Rally, at the Farmerslarkt't Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. E. Keene Sr. of Pal.it-]
Bigham; 1st vice president, Mrs. J Mrs. Wilson Green. She was I .:\ here. The supper will Carter in Middleburg.Mr. |i in Orange Park last Saturday ka visited her mother, Mrs Seleta Joe Peters Glass Co.
2nd vice president,
Wilson Green; I seven yeear old, and received a consist of baked ham, potato Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson j t evening. Coleman Wednesday. Her otherguests
Mrs. Ernest Edwards; Treasurer from the 24 salad beans and and j The O. J. Phillips family and
lovely variety of gifts green pie, and I during the week were Mr
Mrs. Ralp Nettles; Recording Sec., i and Miss Gloria Anderson were Starke FOR ANY GLASS NEED
who attended. will sell for $1. Mrs. George Flynn
and :Mrs.
guests H. H. Lewis of Hei-!
Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson; and young overnight guests of the H. D. We Design Modern Store Fronts
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Fowler of j spent the weekend in Macon, Ga.
bronn and Mrs. Alice Crosby ui
Corresponding Sec., (not present), Slay Day ProgramThe Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Baxley family in Orange Park with Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips i Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Mrs. H. C. Douglas. first May Day Programever Doshie Prescott Wednesday.We on Friday. I and daughter and the Fate Redd Tampa. Table Tops
Junior I The Ned Colemans had
Brooker Sun-
held at the I as
Committees appointed by the to have Mr. Mrs. Effie Miner, Mr. and Mrs.G. 1313 N,1%'. 4th 2.4353
High School will be presented: are very glad family.Mr. day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR.
Mrs. were as and Mrs. Pete Norton and W. Roberts, with Mr. and I Smart of
president, Bigham. family and Mrs. Ralph i: ,
Tuesday May 1. at 9 on of D. I.Ioore: and Mr. and Mrs
follows Finance, Mrs. Clara Net- of Miss to into Mrs. George Roberts and son '
: Gulfport, move Jacksonville visited Mrs. Collie
Moore and
The publicis of
the school grounds. daughters
and Road-side, Mrs Mr. Ncrman is Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. I
tles; Civic invited to attend. our neighborhood. Griffis and family last Saturday. Blackshear, Ga.
T. M. Markey; Garden Thearpy those attending the employed with Southern Oil & Frank Wells and daughters of [ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin and Mrs. Dave Woodard entertained 1 I
Mrs. C. B. Historian Among Chemical Co. St. Augustine, attended the Roberts Mrs.
; family of Daytona, brought
Gadara last Friday her two granddaughters,
WMU Rally at Jewel
:Mrs. Ernest Lester; Horticulture, were Mrs. Theo Dyal, Mrs. J. K. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gordon and family reunion in St. George I Sam Hicks to spend the weekend Allen and Jean Hickabottom :j A MESSAGE
Mrs. Lou Tomlinson; Membership, and family of Palatka were Sunday Ga., on Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shu- I I
Barry, with weiner roast last
Douglas Mrs. Grace I a Sunday
Mrs. Frank Tinney; Program, Mrs. guests of Mr. and :Mrs. E. R. Miss Linda Crews and Warren ford.
Lucille Edwards Publicity, Mrs Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings.Mr. Boatright were married in Folks- Parrish of night. From Your Congressman ,
; Mr. and Mrs. Dan I Jacksonville I
Newton Coleman of
C. L. Atkinson at- Russ.Mr.
E. B. Castlen; Refreshment, Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. GidJ Howard of ton. Ga. last Saturday evening. :Maxville were Sunday afternoon ,
is his E. M
dinner for A. I visiting father
Ruth Mizell; Library and Garden tended the birthday Fairbanks were visiting Mrs Doris They were accompanied by Mr. guests of Mr and Mis. 0. J _

Center, Mrs. Lloyd Wood; YearBook Youngblood in Waldo last Sunday.Mr. Kelley Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley.Mr. Anders. Starke on Monday.Mrs. .
Melba Green. and Mrs. Reed Mattair and I and Mrs. J. H. Sowells and Mis. Robert Brooks BILLY MATTHEWS%
Norman' are I Mrs W. B. Devine, who is nurs- Les Prevatt and daughterof
Mrs. Tomlinson, Treasurer, said daughter Reeda, and Mrs. spending a few days with Mr. and I Smith and son of Kissimmee | ing in a convalescent home in the State Farm were Sunday _

about $360 was cleared on the Wagner of Lake City were supper E. Mrs. V. V. Hazen in Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Starling I Wildwood spent Friday and Sat- guests of her parents, Mr. and

Southland Minstrel. The club I guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woodin of and family and Mrs. Net i urday with Mr. Devine and Bud- Mrs. Willie Griffis.

voted to spend $300 for playground I Bigham Thursday. Keystone were visiting Mr. and Starling last weekend. I Mr. and :Mrs. James Wainwright Dear Friends:

equipment for the city park. Mrs. Louise Wood and :Mrs. Mrs. Howard Wait and family Mrs. Cody Barksdale and Mrs !| dy.Mrs.. Dot Reed of Jacksonville had as Sunday guests

The Club will make corsages for Grace Bigham were luncheon Friday night. I Lula Mott of Starke were Sunday I was a Sunday dinner guest of the I Mrs. Wainwrighl's parents, Mr. :My opponent has stated so many false

Mother's Day. They will sell for guests of Dr. Florence Jennings Mrs. H. C. Douglas and children afternoon guests Of Mr. and Mrs. i Leon Wilkersons. and Mrs. Thomas of Heilbronn charges that I do not have the time,
I money
$1 each, a child's corsage for 50 I in Starke Thursday. In the afternoon i were visiting Mrs. C. J. Strickland I Jack Estes. I i The C. Y. Copeland family Springs. or desire to match his campaign of vilifica

cents, and a bouttoniere for 35 I they visited the Starke Ele- in Gainesville Monday.Mr. I Mrs. Jack Harvey Mrs. Carl visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Kirkland Mrs. Selma Eunice, :Mrs. Ben- tion. I

cents. Mrs. E. B. Castlen will mentary School to see playground I and Mrs. H. W. Anderson Peavy, Mrs. Gara Dorman, and in Ocala last Sunday. nett Green and family, and Jimmy am running on my record of faith
take orders for these Mrs. Leila Peavy, of Orlando and constructive service to all of the peopleof
as Jacksonville
corsages, equipment. | of spent a few days { Birthday Anniversary i Eunice attended a family
the club will only make enough tc I Birthday Party last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ocoee, were Sunday guests of The family of Mrs. Carl Hilli- dinner at the home of Mr. and the Sth District of Florida. I have in-
fill orders. The members will Russell Green. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail. They I formed our people each week of my votes on
Susie Wait was honored on her ard gathered at the Hilliard home Mrs. Palmer Williams on Sun
14th birthday with a party at the I Mrs Verlie Johns of :Mobile Ala. visited Mrs. Ruby Teston in Lake last Sunday to help Mrs. Hilliard all issues by means of my weekly Newslet-

DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodin in spent several days last week with I Butler Hospital in the afternoon. celebrate her birthday anniver day.Mrs.. Mae Wells and grand- I ters. With my added experience, and with ,

IN JUST 15 MINUTES. j( Keystone last Wednesday. Those friends here. Mrs. Johns was aresident I The C. B. Hiatt family spent I sary. Those enjoying this lovely daughter, Martie Bales, visited my committee assignments to Veterans Affairs #

II ..t pleased!. your 40c tack at .*f from here who attended were Mr. J of Brooker many yearsI Sunday afternoon with the Louie! event were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Green inFILL in the 83rd Congress, and to Agriculture -
tnt .t.r. Try 1 I I Ij I
inttut-drytaf ITCH. I
ML.: oT .t a' .m. or day >r night I and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and fami- I I ago. Wainwright family at the Mott and son of Gainesville, Mr. in the 84th Congress I am better prepared

U KILL .trot ;.4 CONTACT. Ho. lot i I ly Mr and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson I Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Crews of Slate Farm. and Mrs. R. C. Keene and familyand to give you greater service in the

'vfw Macae. rluwaroi iuW ,ucla root, Itch.t end(DMl.r-f atbtr. i' and children, Mr and Mrs. Howard Melrose are visiting Mr. and Mis. j Mrs. Noon Mott and Mrs. Edgar the James Hilliard familyof DIRTGOOD future.I .

"MITCHELL'S Wait and family, and Mrs. Ernest G. B. Colson and other lelatives Wilkinson and children were Jacksonville, the Vanice Keene
DRUG STORE this week. I Friday dinner guests of the Harry family of Glen St. Mary. Mr. and RICH earnestly ask for jour vote and supporton

I -. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Groover Lewis family in Starke. Mis. Earl Starling and family of I May 8.

toand son of Dade City, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Meyer Lakeland Mrs. Bernard Rosier TOPSOil. I II

.. Martha Polk of Trenton were visit- : and daughter of Southern Pines and family of Fort Pierce Mrs

T e ir S; E. SIMMONS, i&Crj ing Mrs. Joe Kelley Sunday. I I N.and C.Mis.were Tom weekend guests. of Mr.: I I Noon Mott of Brooker, the J. B. I I See Hear Billy Matthews on W MBR-TV
Susie Carter of Gainesville was [ Casey.Deepest Gaskins and Luther Hilliard I

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. j sympathy is extended'!, families, Mis. Edgar Wilkinson Ii BILL JACKSON
I 'to the I i 4 at 70:25 P.M.
wife Friday May
Mann and family last weekend. anj relatives of the and family and Miss Katherina ,
Andy Strkkland of Gainesvillehas late Uncle Tim Blatkburn. i McDavid all of Lawtey. Jackson Transfer Company I

been the guest of Eddie DougLas I Mis. Bryant Reddish and Mrs. Mis Ola Stalling and daughter I' Phone 165 j jI (I'd. 1'01.d)

this week. I Joyce Futch spent the weekend Geraldine visited Mrs. Zilphie "

I Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann attended I with ,'!'lati\'E's'in Tallahassee. Mrs. Muse in Stai ke last Sunday after I! -

the funeral services of j'Red.Jih'iitt'<1 her son-in-law .
tl 0f I
|I Mannie Freeman in Raiford Fri- :i and daughter. Mr and Mrs. Jack noon.H. C. Kelly and mother Mr I

j "aV. I Pons while Mrs. Futih spent Fri- Margaret Kelly, attended the I
I Mr.: and Mrs. G. W. Davis and ; day night with Mr and Mrs. J.iP. Andrews Reunion last Sunday. I

I family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. : Wyiiik and Miss Mary Julia I Charles Tatum of Boyntor. I

i'R. D. Davis in Jacksonville last !i Fetch and Saturday night with Beach visited his biother-in-law j I KEEP FLORIDA CLIMBING ,
l.qr. 4 \\et-kend. Mr. and Mis. Ancil Futch and and sister Mrs Roberts
George ,
.. .., !Moon.... Aa ncy
: Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters i i family in Quinccy. :, last week. I,

1 son and Jimmy Baggs of Gainesville The Sixth Grade pupils, as well I. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs
: weie visiting Mr. and Mrs. a* the entire faculty, : i KEEP
Which Triplet Trades At Koch's? are happy Joyce Futch visited Mr. and Mrs
i G.V.. Davis recently. i i to have Mrs. Jack Estes returnto G W. Durham in Jacksonville on I v
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and school after month's ill- I :
a Monday afternoon.. Durham isimpro'ino
It has to be the left one. That beautific family and }:thel Mann were visiting | .
!: after a recent illness.The
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and ness.Mrs.. Lota Green of Jacksonville H. Markham

smile is duplicated daily on the faces of our win in Palatka Sunday. I' was the Saturday night Gainesville spent Sunday family with of : COLLINS

: :11'. and Mrs. John Freeman and I sruest of her daughter-in-law, i| Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling and : :

many customers. Our policy of offeringthe son and Mrs. N. O. Mann: of i,, Mrs. Bennett Green, at the home Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson.Mrs. 1
; Gainesville were guests of Mr. and I II Mrs. 'I .
I I I of Green's mother Mrs. Sel- Georgia Ann Sapp is .

mostest for the leastus makes shoppinga Mis. Roy Green Satuulay.Mr : ma Eunice. visiting her grandson Billy and
I : adIrs.. Guy Parrush and Rev. E. D. Boyer of Tampa !! family in Jacksonville.

less grim chore. Check our specials for 'I! SV.family. Whitehead were visiting in Mr.Lake and Butler Mrs of and Wildwood Mr. and Mrs.visited S. D.the Andrews'Fred i|' Donald Wilkinson Biandeis, who and are Rev.conducting Edgar -- PRIDE. PROGRESS. .

I Sunday. Moore family during the week.H.ittNt I a revival in Carrabelle,
today and come in and sample our fast, Mrs.: C. L. Atkinson was shopping | U. M. U.Mrs. visitors here and werebusiness in

: in Jacksonville Monday :' Emma Lamoieaux of: and PMd
friendly service. We'll be looking for you. Littl.- Millissa Ann Gano of I Lake Geneva was guest speaker!' _
I the week
Swan Lake is spending I III at the monthly program meetingof

II vvrh her grandparents, Mr.: and the W. M. U. of the First Baptist
Mrs R F. Gano. i: Church on Tuesday afternoon Governor LeRoy Collins has clearly its destiny without faltering. without dc-

RrKOCHrS DRUG! STORE Mr and Mrs. Eddie Wasdin of )II After an interesting program. FEw.csc.A !shown in less than 16 months in office that touring, without risking! setbacks under untried

I Waldo were \'isitingr.. and Mrs i i' given by Mis Buster Bennett he can give Florida sound, sincerely ad- or unstable! leadership."

ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED ILL. !>>'al last week. 1 I Mrs. Milo Smith. Mrs. Edgar Wil ministered government free of scandal,

COMnETMINE OFO UGS, SUNPHES C05M5TJCS.PHONE I I Janet Thomas and Chris Coibet Mr :(, kinson. Mrs Truman Norman racketeering and sham-a government in And here is LeRoy Collins' Program
ot Gamt's'jle1.1) visiting Mrs. Troy Bennett and Mrs : which Floridians can take pride. LeRoy
S3 WEDELIVEI STAlkL.FU. I Thomas and Mr. | Continued under the far-reach-
and Mrs Benny progress
Avie Pearce refreshments were Collins has kept every pledge he made to I
'I and Mis Woodrow Thomas Sunday ', served by Mis. O. J. Phillips, Mrs wWjO"' I! carry Florida forward. He has won for ing platform overwhelmingly endorsed by

Avie Pearce Mis. Floy Bennett Florida national recognition as a solidly the people of Florida two )ears ago and
Mr and Mrs. Ray Wilson of: carried forward without exception since
I and Mrs. Fred Moore. growing state with progressive government
I ElectFARRIS Jacksonville were weekend guests | Mrs. Mary Reddish had as and a great future so long as good government then.
of Mrs Groover Thomas and fami- 'I
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Bob- the Collins-type of
I : Completion of work on:
''y. by Reddish of eesburg, Mr. and I prevails.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Thomas of1 Mrs. Joe Wallace, and Mrs. De- I a revised constitutionSince

BRYANTGOVERNOR I Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Witt Sinclair of the State Farm. ai the Collins Administration began, fair reapportionment of legislative
I t Mrs. Tim Thomas Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs Lawton Conner __ Florida has enjoyed its greatest period of ; ; representationprosperity
Mrs.: Mattie Barry is home after|
and Mrs. Eve Godwin of StarkeMr. l turnpike construction and road .
I pro1
spending several days with and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of
gnd Mi s J. R. Crews in lr'l ,ta Population has grown by more than 2,600 grams, including urban expressways' ,
Valdosta, and Mr and Mrs. Ray- aa
5 based need
vile new residents from out of state every week upon
I mond Williams of Jacksonvillewere
I Alan Land of Pensacola was weekend guests of the Ed The personal income of Floridians has increased elimination of tax inequities

I visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Terry;j Durban family. nearly twice as fast as the national conservation and development of

for ALL Florida gam last weekend.Iva Mrs. Brown Bennett of Miami :, HE'll SAPSATDMA average. Farm !income in Florida is gaining -' water and other natural resources
Gainesville j while elsewhere The tourist
Mae Lewis of is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell I declining
was here for the day Monday. Brown and family. tide is growing rapidly, winter and summer. Maintenance of segregation and avoidance

We are glad to hear that M. D. Jim Newsome of Green Cove : New industry is entering Florida at a rate of disorder

and for f ALL Harrell is doing very nicely after I Springs visited the J. D. Clarkes! I OF never before equalled. Such industries range Stepped up promotion of tourism

his accident. Mrs. Harrell said I this weekend. The Clarkes took' $ i from small one-man plants to giant $85- -

that he was able to take an auto him home Sunday afternoon.Mr. PAR 000,000 chemical establishments. Job opportunities Broadened agricultural research

I mobile ride Sunday afternoon. He and Mrs Jim Houpt were are up, unemployment down. Sound industrial development, includingIt

the People. I is still a patient in the hospital in I called to Oklahoma City because1' Splendid forests...magnificent : has been a period of advance for all good community planning and labor-man

I Gainesville. of the death ofIr.. Houpt's lakes and towering peaks. I agement harmony
I Wilbur Thomas spent the daySunday mother.Mr. vistas to excite the eye and Florida-North and South and Central, big

I : in Silver Springs. and Mrs Irvin Shaw and I historic sites to stir the heart I counties* and little counties. Adequate education, health and welfare
The 7th and Sth grades are I II -you'll find them all in programs
He is a leaderof daughter, Linda, of Connecticut :
I making plans to spend the day I America's great National I where to effect
visited the Winton Parrish fami- florida's Future and Your future Reorganizations possible
PROVEN at Silver Springs Saturday. Parks System.
ly Sunday evening. economy and eficiency.
ABILITYElected i :Mr and Mrs. C. S. Kelley spent II j Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompsonof Sinclair's new National Paris Florida's OpportuDIues-your opportunities

a few days last wet'kith Mr. Jacksonville spent Sunday with Map gives you detailed dataon -your children's opportunities are LeRoy Collins has been a great Governor

I I and Mrs Fred Waldron and family the Sonny Griffis family. sights to see, things to do ,boundless. But, as Governor Collins says, for All Florida. Let's keep him for a full

to Legislature from Marion County five times and Mr and Mrs. Cliff iv'lt'y and j" The Ernest Raulerson family and facilities available in these .!,e must "Keep Florida Climbing toward term and Keep Florida Climbing .
family in WikU-ood. great vacation areas. Get your
without opposition. J had as guests last Friday their'
S. I. Edwards of Tampa is spend- free map today!
i son Maikalee, of Branford and
ing a few days with Mr and Mrs :,
Speaker of the House in 19:>:t Z. W. Hamilton. j on Sunday Mrs. Pearlie Rauler- ,, SEE YOURSINCLAIR
I Ir. son of Jacksonville, and Mr. and
:\[ and Mrs. Mack McLeod of I j
Mrs. L. E. Smith of Marietta !
Three timesoted mos.t outstanding member of (House : Valdosta, Ga. were guests of lr.1 I
The D. H. Stone family were ,
by editors and writer. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton last i
newspaper I week. I overnight guests of Mrs. A. E RE.ELECT GOVERNOR
Cited as most \aluable member of Hou e by fellow Legislators I Thomas and James Hamilton attended j i Mrs. Ernestine Dukes in Lake DEALER

jn 1955.:;: j the funeral services of J. Butler Tuesday.Mrs. Sindolr Refining Company LeRoyCOLLINS
D. Douglas in Gainesville :Monday j Johnnie Lewis is spending 4
1 ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prescott a few days with her sister, Mrs I ,
Supported governmental economy, Constitutional revision and i hildren were dinner guests of :I Hester Thomas, in Starke. T. C. Hazen Jr.

improved school system, and flood control. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stokes in: We are very glad to have nowa ,

j Starke Sunday. piano teacher at the Brooker Supplier Of
i! Mrs. Doshie Prescott spent the' Junior High School. Eoghan N.I

BE for BRYANT for better Government dwnth. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gal ;: Kelley of 1702: W. University Ave SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
I' I ,'eliIKol U.. ,.;, fer .r 3rd. c..peI'. TI"I JPAGE
hn in Starke Sunday. in Gainesville will be there each
s m (I'd. Pol. Ad\'. i! Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and ', Thursday afternoon Anyone interested : ]Phone 124 Starke. Fla. /-I

: Mrs C L Atkinson were visiting 1! may contact him there. 1,I



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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy i! NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I homeless and without clothing: or I!'Americanism it should w,ue -t>'

I food. A box of food and some every school building;
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY j I clothing was carried from R. J. ;| :Mrs.
I CHURCHES Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 ''E. i Sophia Royal. I ;iapiat; ::.
By Ozora J. Shell yesterday. A special meeting recently attended the itar
I i of the faculty was called by Principal
:' sessions held! in Jack.sunville -
PT.V Elect Officer one and especially the Siprelles Eddie
; Thompkms in an effort She
.' : Cancer sunda ,tend the conference for t j reported a wry 1.11'/.
the ) two
Tuesday evening, April will miss these two little to food
1 get clothing, shoes, i delegation .
Keystone PTA met in the school : bright-eyed boys who kept things 1 April :29th is Cancer Sunday. I weeks in June This will be the j money, linen blankets and wonderful so
Methodist' I or anything sions throughout the
ChurchChurch At The Tabernacle
auditorium with Mrs Vovle Matt l lively m their immediate \icinity. Since this is a fifth Sunday and first experience for Mrs Inez : available for this family. meeting

School, 9:45 a.m. Man. '>wn presiding Election of Officers Mr and Mrs Paul Eskew and ,j i Missionary day we are asking all i i Hightower. She is being sent by It you have something you would!: mother Deacon and Julius Royal drove hi;

A unique Bible study was presented fjr the coming year was their son and daughter-in-law I I churches in the community to I i her husband, Robert Hightower. like to donate. call: 25-J or Wand sister Corean Mi -

ing Worship, 11 a.m. Fellowship:1" 1 at the Youth Meeting last i! the main topic, of business President : Mr and Mrs Paul Eskew Jr., and take a special collection for the | :Mrs Charity Williams and Manager we will pick them up. Many Niel to Deland Friday to alien-: !

Supper 6:45 p.m. Intermediateand ; | Saturday night by a young mem- .! for next year will be Mrs. their children are all living at :, fight against Cancer.. Remember Jenkins are being sent by the thanks in advance for your gifts I the funeral of a relative, Mrs. i;

Senior MYF, followed by j I ber of the group on the theme, .' George Schaeffer; Vice President -j the Geneva Beach Apts. for sev- J i I i the Seven Danger Signals: 1. Any I Board of Public Instruction. We I anj donations. I, Curley Jones i i i
group meetings. Evening Service
8 'j "Bible Cups." I Mrs. Chester Moody; Sec- era I months. Mr. Eskew Sr., and sore that does not heal, 2. A hope that all parents will plan I To lnmha.se Hag ii i

p.m. The Sunday morning service : retary. Mrs. Frank Jones; and Mr: Eskew Jr. are sales managers : lump or thickening in the breast I now to let their children partidpate The Auxiliary of Legion Post KI.VGt-LKV LAKE iMISSIONARY i

Tuesday Circle WSCS meets was conducted by the Sponsor, Treasurer, Mrs Dick Sunderland. t for the Island Grove Growers or elsewhere; 3. Unusual bleeding in the school lunch program. 3H met at R. J. E. BVPTlsT j
: in a conference -j
10, a.m. I and a solo was sung by Mrs. i II Parents of children starting | and Shippers Assn., and are | or discharge; 4. Any change in a ''If all of the children that attendI recently and presented $1 j Sunday Scbool 9.ID: a.m. Morning : j

Wednesday Bible Study and Florence Bullard, a visitor from :I school in the Fall were reminded currently working in Island wart or mole; 5. Persistent indigestion I R.J.E. would eat hot lunch it to Principal Thompkins for the I Worship 11 a m. Everin; i

Prayer 7:30: pm. Hollywood Calif. of the Pre-School Round-Up I Grove The Eskews are from or difficulty in swallow- j i would mean the hiring of at least pun'base of an American Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetinf 1 I
for :
Flag each
Thursday Chancel Choir At the evening service the I I which will be held on Monday, !: Sarasota and Mr. Eskew is also j ji ] ing; 6. Persistent hoarseness or two more persons in the lunchroom I I I the school They.' believe that, Wednesday 7:30 p.m. EYerone )'- ,
1:30 weIcome.-
practice, p.m.Presbyterian. I Rt'v. H H Mot'pastor. ,
cough 7 change in normal Lets cooperate and create
group heard a message by Rev. May 7. at the school. i i sales manager for the Sarasota : Any since the flag i.s the symbol of .
Frank D. Wolf of Penney Farms, Following the meeting Hubert | Growers and Shippers Aisn.Mr I bowel habits. The fight against jobs for our fellowmen. I I

Church former missionary to South Africa. -i Ridaught, program! chairman for and Mrs Courtney E. Cancer will continue through its Has Driver Takes Leave

He was introduced by Rev. I the Hobby Show invited the 'Howe, of Philadelphia Pa. arrived : program of education all year, i
Friday Adult Choir practice, Albert Braunt, also of Penney1| members to the lunch room and on Monday at the home of but the fund raising will end on i I I loyal bus driver for many Harold K. knian

8 pm. Farms. the arcade near the lunch-room '; }IJ s. Howe's parents Mr and April 30. All committee members -:1 I years, is on maternity leave We :

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Morning The to see the display of hobbies ( Mrs E. C. Weichel Jr. Mr. Hone I in the community and school ,, miss her very much and hope she t
Tuesday I
night Bible
Worship, "Spiritual Reclama-"I Study During the meeting Mis. D. OStewait will report to Pensacola N. A. S. : helpers are asked to make their i will continue to look out for the FOR
ion." 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship,.i was under the direction of J[. J. and Col Emma Vogel for duty next week and Mrs reports not later than Monday, 1'.I children of Bradford County, even I

Warren and McRae. Howe will remain April 30 to your county coordinator though she is no longer on active ,
Bobby Alwood and i i had judged the hobbies, and designated with her parents : Y
Gerry Gibson hosts 6 p.m. Evening ,1 II I Coming events at the Tabernacle -':! i the winners with little ', for several months. She will I, i.i duty. We wish her much successin County CommissionerFROM

Worship, -i Believe in thernufixion !' include meetings with the J j I signs For the Most Unusual Hobbies 'bp remembered as the former Thuiston Klemi-ntarj' Sihool :'1 her venture

," 7:30: pm. j"' Southeastern Bible School BirmIngham (1 they had chosen that of Sandra Weichel. whose marriage ;, Thurston Elementary School ( Rra-Cho-I'hiIharnionU>\t"U.. I DISTRICT ONE
1 1
Wednesday Prayer Meeting'. Ala, Gospel Team, and Tiina Ricaughthirh was a. collection 1 was an outstanding social event ;: presented its annual school closing On Sunday. April 22. the teachers (LAWTEY)

7 30 pm. :the Quartet and speaker from of Bible material and that! of last summer in Keystone Sandra { play Tuesday night. The main i: of Bradford County sang at BORN AND REARED

Thursday Junior Choir pra c-i( Tot'coa Falls Institute Toccoa1i of Bobby Redfearn. which was will be on hand for the wedding ; play was presented by the third i I St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Gaines- j,; IN BRADFORD COUNTY

t/l'e. 3:30: p.m. i Falls, Ga cars and planes. For :Most Care of her sister, Barbara, which i i and fourth grade "Court of the! ville The group was accompanied I

and Time-Consuming, they chose will be in June. I City Beautiful." The leading,; by Principal C C Anderson ,., ,. ,.

NEW RIVERBAPTIST rTTYTTYVTYYYTTYYTYYTTYYTHEILBRONN Linda Fois> the's Button Collection Dr. and Mrs James Kitaif and characters were Gwendolyn Robinson I, president of the Bradford ,' He Stands For Honesty, Sincerity and Economy

CHURCH and David Sunderland's model two children of Augusta, G.i I Eugene Gainey and James County Teachers Association and

Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship plane- For the Hobbies that '': were guests of the Belote family I Hall Principal Price was in : E E, -'olinott. director and Super- :( (Pd. Pol. Adv

Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Se rY- showed Continuing Interest they :'I on Tuesday and Wednesday of;: charge of production. The students |i \\isor of Music. The main address :, c----- -. -
I -
chose this week. : oho had leading parts int was delivered by Supervisor : _
ice. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each lj .rl.! Aucel Nurnuii Tommy Thompson's Shell t I i| _
'' Mr and Mis J the first and second grades were:: Ozora Shell. The wa
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyonewelcome Collection and Bucky Bunce's In B Rains and I I program

--L. L. Parker pastor ,: IsUa aalUU.sU.ilUU1 I' dian Arrowheads. Those who rereived family' of Jacksonville visited Mr. >i Shu ley Ann Brown, Coy Jackson I i. sponsored by the Cammehettes, a

tfj. i't; 1- !-vi.i' The New River Assot uitional Honorable Jf'ntion'l're: '! and Mrs Harold Ridaught on [ Joyce Reddish Gwendolyn Cot i!! group of teachers in Alachua

I filly Austin for Sunday Mrs Rains and Mrs Rid- lins and James Solomon. They County A capacity audience en- S .
u&&&&&&&&&& L A&&j teachers and officers meeting a Model l Plane; !I
1 }[acv Ann Schaeffer for a seashell 'aught are sisters. were trained by Mis B J. Len 1! jojed the program with special

i ; was held at our church Tuesday llpl.tir'lI; Carolyn! For Miss Lea Ann Bowden of Jack- : non A capacity audience ie- praise for the beautiful rendition

0Y : night of last week. It was also:: sythe. for her collection of Hiir- ,. sunville! was the weekend guestof ported that they enjoyed the pro i of "The Star" by Rogei ,tn<. .

the night of the political rally, !) Ornaments: Calvin! O.steen, for Miss Baibara Southwell at the gram very much Super\ iso r ty Heart Ever Faithful. h.

_. therefore was smaller than it Model Cars and Planes: Bob Morgan V.. L Southwell home on P.rook-: Ozora Sh"JI.ll's.. Rosa Williams ;'' Bach The singers were F S

would have been otherwise !I for planes; and Donny Fur rim Bay; Cm-le The young Udies ] and Mr Clark gave encouraging g Pierce. A. B Anderson M U

dv for Planes and Cars. In the attended the Strawberry Festinllatlln.lav ] remarks and complimented the Turner, O R. Shell Z P JI'1.i
I (
c The was held at the school
rally Hull group Mrs. George McDonnell t'wningand attendedMass teachers on the costumes and 1 I rings, and B L. Home

and drew a record crowd. The displayed a copper planting at St William :Funds: : beautifully decorated building. On ( HI'IUII NKUS

ITA sold cake and toffee. They bowl she had made morning I I Sunday :May 13, at 2:30 n.m. the Pleasant Grove Methodist Rt"

wish to thank everyone who had I Punch and Cookies were Mike Siprelle and David Schaef1 1 i school sermon will be dl'liveredb I D. W. Demps pastor, will holt

any part in this work. M to everyone after their st'rv-1 fee were camping with Chuck Rev W. J. Strong at Ebenezer regular church school on Sunda

Visiting the Ancel Normans spection of the Hobbies i Hamilton at his home across Lake! Baptist Church :May 15. :Mrs :Miriam Tyson. president o!

Thuisday vveie Mrs. Edpar was coffee fur the adults. Rios i! Geneva from Keystone last Fri- ;, CHss Night: :May; 16. May Day, the \\'SCS.ill sponsor the selling .

Dukes, Mrs Curtis Edwards, andMrs. tesseseie Mrs. Fred Dodd ani ii, day t'wningaad returned home I Aitivities will begin at 12.30 of refreshments on the ihutih

: Kenneth Norman of Starke"anti | Mrs. Don Pangborn 'i! "'a tut day morning The boy? noon The Hobbv ChitChatClub campus every Sunday until late

:Mr and Mrs. I. Hollings- Ridaught Reunion H.ld ': slept i in Chuck's trailer and !I met :'otonday'night ''withiVrsulent : summer, The stand will be set

I worth of Lake Butler I Keystone Heights Beach was cooked then breakfast on the I i| Bertis Robinson presiding up under the big oak tree in front

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON the scene beach. I Meiubeis present had fun of the church. Plan now to have'
I :Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Monday of a reunion of i
I and son and Mr and Mrs Eldon I the Ridaught family a reunion j I YoungF.ric Redfearn entertained ': sewing Mrs S. C Puce, principal your after-church snack at the c

about this question ., Sapp and sons visited the Barney! which takes place periodically j I. a group of his friends on : ; B J. Lennon icpoiter ( church and help this group. Remember ; -
this I Saturday with snnn.v' of sunn>-side the people who worship
Eggers family in Jacksonville time in Keystone Heights( morning a swim- :
You appreciate good insurance ming-party at his The intermediate department of together, together
i last Sunday ': Over 250 people from Stark i home on Lake sing together, pray
when you travel. I had two Geneva a sort of "un-bir thtla V" UJR elementary division had a and eat together stay to
i Rev. and Mrs S.o'. Beard returned Johnson, Tampa, Plant City, and ,
minor accidents on my trip., I out-of-state ,, narty The boys had! lunch with ] rapacity audience in attendanceon gether. All persons in the county
home Tuesday of last were in attendance.Also .
Each time an adjuster was Eiu. aftetwimnung Tuesday for the operetta. The are asked to drive out and bu\
week after spending a few day attending was AttorneyCharles Q1QN1k fi
readily available, and prompt I role of Sunny was beautifully something from this group which I
in Tennessee conducting a revival Bragman who flew down I ,
made. Ask I 99YY99YYYY9YYTY.YY9Y.. portrayed by Delores Jenkins, 7th will consist of Miriam Tyson
adjustment was ,, Mrs. Hamilton, a sister-m-, from Washington, D. C., to be (! I
grade student Teachers responsible Mamie Tyson. Annie Dt'Sul'Ial -
me do I appreciate my local i law of Mrs Beard, came with present. Attorney (and former I
i I CLAY ; for the production (" 'etha: i DeSue and others.
agent and his nationwide insuring them for a week's visit. They '| Senator* Claude Pepper who al- HILLy trsIalll ice Jenkins White Irs.I I i
AME (Chun
company? reported it to be very wet and s) represents the Ridaught Clanin '-I. I,. Paul Frances Chapel F
I Jenkins L .
j I cold up there. People are waiting' Washington, was unable to :"Mrs. i. I. Slrkl.1" I S Williams, S D. Williams, J. I Rev R. J. Washington pastor .
for the rain to so they can attend, but he ] Sunday was a high dait thi
cease sent best Wish I
| &4&44.444&444..4&.1BI.lil' ( Greene, Si. Eddie
j Thompkms.Principal _
,I plant gardens, while we are wait- via Western Union. church starting with Sunda\ .---
Charley E. Johns ing for lain to bring up our Some months ago, this column \t' It Or Not! j jatcronk School. Mrs. N. Washington incharge .
Jim Strukland has chosen \\ Klcnicntary Sdmol At 3 o'clock the Bab,
plants. i j told of the Ridaught family and a I del
new On Thursday night at 7.30 held The
the fact hobby tiding rattlesnakes'Wednesday > Contest was programwas
This was saddened that they are the 'IF 2
community only
of last p_in. the pupils of Wateroak i; rendered by Mr. Green and
Tate' living: descendants morning week i (
& Son Sunday by the death of of the Choctaw i School
Agency ; lie went down below the field he' will present th.'f'J.in g Maurice White of New Bethel 1
Crosby one of its best loved citizens -| Ind ans, who, in Andrew Jackson's I of the Flow '
finally tilled to get some wood. He ei ls. The school has Baptist Church and the Junior
He will be missed very'' time were granted a large part found some good wood down that been painted inside and will provide Choir. Mis B J Lennon served Not Inches Not Inches
Phone 13 Starke Fla.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. much in the community and in' of Florida in return for service? i i | 19
a 24
way and started cleaning out the! setting for the as mistress of ceremonies Mrs
the church of which he was a' to the U. S. Government. This: '
I land I;I old path he formerly used to go I wedding All patrons and friends.are Bernice Mori is. chairman of the
deacon. I -grant includes all
of Clay '
I down to Black Creek. He stalledto asked to attend this operetta. contest, thanked all the participants
II County, ail of Bradford. DuvaRaker. t' '
I turn up an oak tree that had! Coy SrouN America : and all who supported the BUTA
and a number. of nth__ P '
I The
-- nH blown down and was taking his Committeemen of Troop 71 babies The winner was Levy

HEAR THIS SERMON BY PASTOR 11 A. M. counties.attorneys The above mentioned position to chop a limb when he'' ,met at the home of Scoutmaster, Ramar Lennon Jr. who had ,

represent the clan i in thought he felt'something move !I '1':. T. Marshall :Monday night with I $104.90.: second. Baby Williams,; FULL 30 INCH RANGE E
case in Indian
"Few But Fit"First is not to dispossess Claims. Thenurpse all it", under his foot looked down and 'I ch A airman. Elmer Shell presiding. third Baby Cohen, fourth. Baby

he was standing on a six-foot very successful meeting was 'Williams, and fifth. Baby Leggett
residents of these areas, but to lattler with both feet! Needles s .held. It was announced that the' Prizes were awarded to all babies Compare Size Before Your Buy!

get: a satisfactory cash settlement -:, t<' Jim moved troop's I Softball team will .
Baptist t Church HamptonSunday to say without being, play. Rev Washington thanked all participants
compensate, in part for I Green
told. He says he knows the Lord Springs there on Saturday and indicated that the

takingthe land away from an-j 1 i was with him or he wouldn'tall be !"1 April 25, at 3 p.m. All money would be used for Trustee
School 10 A.M.: B.T.U. 7 P.M. cestors of the
Ridaughts. It is alive today. After killing the I I''the rooters from Starke and Law- ;' purposes in payments on pram'

Evening Service 8 ".R "Cod's Danger Signals very mteiesting. ': tattler, he brought it home for;| I lev are asked to drive over and' and improving the church and

\\'u"an' (hit) LunrhronAt !', proof and the thing is now 'sleeping i, 'I cheer for our team. ScoutmasterMarshall i .adding seats for the Sunda,

"HOUR OF POWER" -- Wed. S P)'. the regular monthly lun-l peacefully by one of my rosebushes : :, is doing a wonderful job, ,School Convention that will In

cheon-meetinj: of the Keystone, Jim says in the 50 years I ]in reviving the troop. He is hop rene here in July.
THE( SERVICE THAT INSPIRES! Woman's Club, Dr. John E. Dav- he has lived here he has killed! 'ing the Scouts in Law lev will arrange -I[
i is, Sc:: D., pioneer the I snakes i to meet also I Missionary Day is being planned
Marlin E. Faile, Pastor I i in development l many including rattlers : on Wednesday, by Mrs. Elizabeth Given
of recreational therapy for' but he has never stomped one be-I'it 7-30: RJE. A program f ,
orbpresident.i On Sunday night some
::-1 mental patients, gave an interest- fore and hopes to never again. I bu.llIldangbpt!(>r character in our

ng talk on the responsibility of, The Clay Hill PTA met Tuesda' :[ 'huts H being developed 1 Thev I II!:gospel singers at the church from Palatka The prygram wII'appf'ar

I the community for mental health 'cf last week and elected the fol-j'1 I '!laVe started with the sOftbal: ,
will start promtly it 8 i
i p
cOr. Davis graciously substituted i lowing officers for the next term: I 'earn Committeemen regret to, .
All members ale asked r' meet
for Mr Call Dawson who was to Mrs Btty Mosley, president., 'I 'innounce that Eli Graham met
I :it the hurch on Tuesday M.u; 1
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE have spoken on "Woman's Rightsin Dumpie Wilkinson, vice president; *\.Ith a slight accident that injured \ .
j for an important church :
I ;m. eng;
Florida. but and his foot
could not come Elgin Lang secretary-tie : hope he will soon
j[ eR.. .
I i i J. Washington i"; -
as he had to be In roul t. ;surer. The next meeting will be re coverof j
FLA. I I ]U. J. Lennon
To ilhistiate his techniques Dr i' 'at j p.m. on May 15 instead 'school {,ouch I'rograjii reporter

-- --- Davis brought with him May 8, which is election day At! The lunch |" List] ITA for Cwuntj-\\idi- at I
an interesting program under t hey II who 3 TOP
Every person has a 'me
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor film taken in a California :this meeting the new officers will i i Management of Mrs. Alma Royal: I, TUNING
v. A. Mental Hospital Bud Anthony I ,be installed. The district president. iJenkins has made attending j R J. E or pt'rs"n.II &.yir'IPATENTED
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town the i' Mrs. Fern Kearns, will bei I t he The progress during (erestcd; and responsible fu; ,'in
operated year.
film Board
projector ;! of Public
Phones Office 23 i Pastorium 130 A ;present and a general get-together Instruction will send | ,Iren in attendance are asked SPOTUTE DIAL
report on the recent sup Pe ,with refreshments will two of t her' |se present at R. J. E. Llfl"'ot.nn!
be '
given by the Woman's Club en-I j v voikers to Bethune-Cookman "'
I'Joyed I in Wednesday May 2. at s ,) i 'GHVOITAGE
Sermons 11 :00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. made bv Mrs. B. R Weld (College for the second Of a series '.
: Lee Moore is improving nicely! r J courses lunch 1If ]President: Sophia Royal hay Y :t CHASSIS-1b,50pvohs
and in room activiles '!
School 9:13; A.M. Unicn 6:16 P.M everyone was delighted : ,nessage of interest to L-
Sunday Training with the results.hostesses (from a recent operation to let;: We are anxious that your ': you picture power
I, move,: a cist from his spine I children lack the auditorium just :is v'u. '

Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M for the day were I Mr and Mrs B. L. Lang and I f 00d s=o that get wholesome, balanced have for the plays and get slime f : ; ; CIN BEAM*
they will
Mrs Emory Cooper, Mrs. L. I IhTarris. E laughter, Mildred Harrison of'' never su f' j straight, information about v' .

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at and Mrs. Jack babe .Jacksonville called on Mr. Lang's ] o f>er f the from lunch malnutrition. All three children Don't miss this'l'1 :r miortant CIN -1ENS
room workers ,
11 am. Regular Broadcast Every; 1, 3. and 5 SundayHERE'S stroh : sister: Mrs Gertie Faircloth. another d will > meeting as this ..1mi'! '* FRINGE-LOCK

Uirtlul iy firerting* relatives Sunday afternoon. i All are invited to attend. This ast chance for the year Mi- CIRCUIT

.-._ -. ..-= From Mr>. Fiw nhmser Mr and Mrs William Sapp: of hurch is building new class rooms {; Sophia Royal president Miss- .Model X2257RI
Mrs Ella Bird who was 90 Clarke visited relatives here Sun- v-.hich have been planned for some '' Frances Jenkins, reporter. Removable

years old last month enjoyed a'c'' iay afternoon. I tl]ime This will take care of the': 'Jed ("ros-, HI'(1Orl.frdlll'( THE BISCAYNE 21-inch rr" PROTECTIVE

most delightful birthday, being Mrs.: Willie Padgett and children rowded conditions now prevailing'here. : S. O s -- All persons that have console with great ZENITH GLASS

THE SECRET;: the guest of honor at several snarties 'Pent: the weekend with her par- tl' solicited funds for the Red Cross features. !Equipped: casters. These with BIG 10-INCH SPEAKCR j

and the recipient of minv: cuts? Mr and :Mrs Ceif Godin.Mr : This week Jim Strickland Grace a re asked to turn them in to I'nn- easy-rolling

/;/IO-p-II/II:7URlfl1ll F % '. irds and greetings. One letter and Mrs ClydeVilkinso :|I Lang, and Lillian Padgett are 1 ipals and volunteers in the com- colors Blond: Walnut Oak colors., Mahoganyor only

hii'h she prizes is from Mm s.and family and Mrs Wilknson's leaning! the Long Branch Cem e- ;: numty as they may be tabu- -.;;..

POWER MOWER I M.tnue Eisenhower. America's.ster. Aunt Nan. all called on the' tt
t F't Lady. Mrs Bird was surorised Ltncklands Sunday night then them Monday morning, but had I It j jo M, Hall. Ozora Shell has been ,
HAS NO WHEELS as well as honored-but (i ;vento Clay Hill to hear their trother. t go back to his job at the monday ill''I sked to make these collections has them

it just gees to show that Key1;: > John Wilkinson, preach. \ \1[ afternoon. ( a,t oncehutIns_ With ALL!
Powerful, stlf-propell-1 + '' stone Heights and its fine people'! Cuyle Wilkinson filled his apjxnntment i Irene Padgett says the clay that I i :*;, All Channels

cd roller drive. Glides j' are still making headlines I at Clay Hill Church last : i is, carried into the Clay Hill school I Sister Marzie Barnes Oak
on Skid-pan. Can Little Gay Carpenter and his' "Saturday! night and will preach ;: hhere .ouse on shoes seems to have beS I treet: ; Sister Bertha Lee Dell, : Guaranteed Trade $70.00

3, not scalp lawn. I't. w: o again on April 28. i come a part of the floor. The yard North Street; Sister Elizabeth '

Fingertip forward- top-Reverse. i have bt't'nisiti the W. J. Si oRev.I Lane called on the Stnck- r was filled recently with clay and j: *IcCoy 10th Street; Bradford I

Leaf Mulcher available. A new relies for several months, while| J.I 1.ands Sunday evening to see just sl;md and Irene says she just can't j tounty Hospital Mattie Green i A complete line of new 1956 21111 televljior

t kind of power mower. I their parents went on a noun d.iWhq this member of the family I sweep it off. and Rose England. Please visit $149.95 And Up

TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY the-world trip returned to their I ailed to attend services or take I) Well, it looks as winter is going : c r send expressions to our sick

I Arlington home last Saturday cI :are of her Sunday School class t(> stay with us all summer this i irooker: Fire

I The Carpenters brought back 1 1beautiful last: Sunday. Well, she has a'j' ,< ar. Last Friday morning we Fire completely destroyed the WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. presents for their sons, ;,; heart: again, and i: said for her to I had: scattered frost again killing I;, home an
i and for all the Siprelle famil 1). lay quiet, so she had to obey. :'peas, sweet potatoes and other ;| V I'eaver family between Brooker 3!2J X Temple H'.

, Among the gifts were roaries-! lope to be there next tIme. : plants in his section. Some of the a nd Graham early Sunday morr.- Phone 116I1UD.n"

PHONE[ 69 STARKE, FLA. one for each Siprelle--which had The revival at Long Branch plants] were not hurt we're thank-: ig They have nine children, Starke, Florida

been blessed by the Pope Every- C'hurch I= in full sw.ng this week fi jl to say. therefore! eleven! persons are -


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nuu.I'HlL ::7, 1956; _


Moonshine Bradford Student \! 7 FFA Chapters Lawtey Rally I: J Starke ManSentenced Services Tuesday I Cattlemen Drop Meet, supervision and Frazier of Shaw Dr S K. \1.,'

For Tate Crosby. I Polities' Their Meat
Wins 5th PlaceIn On
(Continued From Page Onei I
( (Continue From Page One) Meet In Starke \V T (Tate) Crosby. 64 a No nlE'etmg111 be held this \V.C.T.J.(

iriousU eplemshed late Friday Spelling Bee unit to provide for the tomfoit Moonshine Charge liielong lesident of Bradford month for either the Brafrod _

,ight: I 1 I of bus students on cold mornings Countdied at his home two] Farm Bureau or the Cattlemen's- Tilt MsT! IHM.KIUH S _
"No ..
Be" rfuse" 01 limited manpower Chailie William=;. 13. winner of Representative of T FFA I Raymond said that due to the Herbert Preston of Stake. :as miles west of Starke early Sunday Association The president of deaths other, or jMiison leads rauscs intnsifie' lIIaO\
to 1'1'
Chapters Starke afternoon. after lingering i each organization agrees that
converged on a
.' w.ts not possible to maintain the Bradford County Schools practice of double runs by 11 lested by State t.e\erage Agents pohtKHl .0 inan>' disfjA H. both ohsiia
1 last Friday for the annual FutureFarmers' combination illness" :I meetings will consume i
untimums stake-out at the spelling tee March 8. placed 21st |I busses, some children have to Monday in a raid on a ost of the free time of its |, aiul mental. a. does alcohol
Sub-District Contests. Brad1"ford m'm-I
stoie and gasoline station : :Mr Crosby was born in i It
'before I the
:it-Id and the supplier managed ,, in a field of 26 Saturday night ][ conducted all day yong in the USO wait on the highways south out Highway 301 about a County on Sept 11. 1S92. b ers during this month I I \uidel is must dangerous poiviiI .
cold and used in
daybreak" on The human diet
'II i slip in and away unnoticed but :'!: in the 12th annual North Florida Building. Bradford High School mornings much 1 i mile and a half from the city the son of the late A. S. andEelyn I next regular meeting will Emil (
I then spend sometimes as be held lay i Bogen. 1'h.D
Bee at Jacksonville. buildings and at the Bradford : bound to Circuit Edwards on 25. Supper arrangements -
Ins pioduct according to Mayor Spelling i as an hour on a cold bus before limits was over Crosby pioneer I'athologist.

W T Jackson ". isn't going i After spelling- down 20 other :I County Fair Grounds. j I! reaching school He said that ,Court Wednesday by County'i '', settlers in Bradford County: He I will be under the

:'i < diise anybody any headaches." contestants from as many North In six separate competitions !! if elected he would make an effort -J i i Judge Theron A. Yawn on was engaged in the grocery busi- NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT

"blew" was Florida communities he missed i during the day the local chapter i to have a heater installed on'1!'i charges of Possession of Moonshine ness for the past 20 years owning PERSONAL PROPERTY TANGIHI

The 20 gallons of i! on the word "luscious" close to beaC Bunnell 17-9 at softball bus.Raymond. ,: 1'and operating a store on highway TAXES

it-moved; to the City Hall and ; the finish of the final contest. I! placed 2nd in Parliamentary ProI |I every said he had been I' In certifying the case for the !1!t, 16. northwest of Staike. until hat,A'tangii'lr. pri'Uil.d It <*hi|>ttr .'"72 !, .\n- "'' 1"4I. N"to',- ih.. .

of the t"rlepartmpnt. I cedure and Public Speaking con- I(I illness forced his retirement -r-oii.il prijurlx tax-- ""--< --fj fori>dr 1.' ..
will he disposed by pol1 The Xorth Florida winner Stephen questioned about remarks made ;> higher court Yawn also imposed dilinqiifnt and bKiniimi; April Ki mh laSs are drawing r. '

i A. Stoan, 14, of Pensacola,, I j I tests placed 3rd in the Sweetheart by him at the Heilbronn rally i j j: a fine of $500 as sentence on a His wife continued operating the onE notix per' 'crnt.nl.....per. the month amountft plus thr proportionate.... of pul>l'.-t i.n ..- ..

The Mayor disclosed that he ]: will go on to compete with state M' judging won 4th place in concerning dance instruction in :|, previous moonshine conviction ob- business after his illness. fl',r.- the fir-t da>' of Ma>, 196,opposite warrant--' .h will name issue bclLW therfon are ,10 I i I'",..,I .

several undercover I winners from all over the nation Horseshoe Pitching, and rated the schools. "I don't care how'i i tamed in his court against Prescott Mr. Crosby was a member anda l for evy upon the seizure of tl>r tangible personal property of th.. I.\," .
has deputized unpaid taxes, penalties and .
5th in Tractor Diiving th'iolator deacon" of the Heilbronn" additional costs The name d. n .
D. C. The had granted ( Baptist -
May 17 Washington. | personal property .
tgents who are now gathering much you adults dance. he said taxpayers and the amount of taxes mcludi '.,
bee in Bradford Palatka was the only entrantin '! > a suspended sentence at | Chinch at the time of his of 4d\ertising and the first month's penalty are as follow-
moonshine evidence for the city The spelling "but I am .opposed to having it j

,md stated that they are "gettingi County was sponsored by the the Harmonica and Quartet taught in the schools because, the I j the time of the eailier hearing i i I death. a lelvina"( 11001. III..TlUl"f '.0 I 1 Alton Dobbs : : ."

i lose to the sources of supplyn Public Schools. who sent Charlieto category.The first thing you know it would be I|, Judge Yawn stated that 1955 Surviving aie his wife. Mrs J. W.h'3r..z Abraham 8 5:15 i.O6: lIu'kyl Electric Service & uppl..J..hn -, ",
Bradford County.All I Jacksonville and the tournament meet included Staike Melrose complusory and then some chil-I I laws now in effect provide a max-';i Amanda H. Crosby; one daughter. -' N. mow 66.1:1: Farmers Supply ,: .

under 5 in the : Mrs. Jennie Maude Norman am Irown 1 11 Froink. F1n Food ,
names were withheld for i there was conducted Bunnell Hastings. Palatka. dren would be taught something imum penalty of years I I. l. {'Jark 5.7 I Jot' Frazier

security reasons, and he said that j the auspices of the Jacksonville Green Cove Springs and Cres- they or their parents don't want! State Pemtentary or $ ,OOO fine ;, of Starke: one son. William Ciosbv. I'alll I'aul L Crawford 1.69 Z. Z. tiriCfb ;'
only the evidence will be made Journal J and WJHP-TV. cent City and was under the gen- them to learn." i or both for moonshiners convictedin Staike; five brothers. Cauley Mi'ha.'I; Jllllkms l'onoan 14 1 69 87 Jack Ii-Tun.Ibz..D Iul'ic 10, 7 ,. '

eral supervision of BHS Agri- Circuit Court. Lester. and Floyd Crosby of J. 1(1. 1)ysr -
public when and if enough has Raymond said that "the bigwheels" j & .13 c. 11. UtU. S
culture instructors Paul Hutchins 1 : Starke, Oscar Crosby State 1.1'.1..1' J. isnicksr 18.53 Chris J. Xr"'b..m S1ud,) "
his' The legislation define
been authenticated to secuie are I I are against him in new t.njll1 Finn 9.3'l Joe Pl"f'stnn
tests. lection. and Joe Wood, co-sponsors of the campaign because they know he Possession of Moonshine as a ', Farm, and ReC.. A. Crosby Wllllrrt'd (;r..en Lif' t'harks A. Shf'lIy .

,I "Any night you can go out t host chapter along with sponsorsof I'I in where the of- Penney Farms: two sisters" Mrs .'u rt" (;ntrls :!.06 1T.. Sbull I U '
moonshine will vote his convictions and felony any case 'I I I> W. John(>n :.06 ,
Jackson called "oneflf Thomas
the and watch the n.\"t'ragt ( 0. ;
around city the visiting groups. be fender can be shown to have in Beulah Kelly. Staike and Mrs tl I \'. Jultlf'r 11.5 11. rb .
I cannot controlled. He identified j j Thomas
I ,
the most important causes of t cars without headlights moving Britt Alvarez Frostproof, and I I. ) I.. 110.07 J... Wdham" .
crime in Starke" and revealed I back and forth" he said. Scoring in the contests was as !, "big wheels" as those who, ., his possession more than a gallon! I! :' I. Starling 1457hlitrr I

I I follows: remain behind the scenes and I1 I of illicit liquor. Such cases had I six grandthildien. !i i Tyu.on 2.l !onIOOI. UI" Rid' '100. ...
that there has recently been increased I j It is known that there are inH .tnics T Walll" right 56;; Aml'rlt'an TUlig Hro\.., Lu'
I : I Public "try to run been classified as misdemeanors; | Funeial" spn'ict's'elt' held
Speaking Melrose things. .
traffic in the potent t large moonshine operations in or Ntth.initIVhjtlcy 11 :25 W r: 1tiHn. Jr.
I first. Staike until the stiffer statutes were enacted the Heiltronn Baptist Church .I p W Thomas .
second I'alatka
liquid. called "Starke White near Staike but major stills and I Uas RequestedThe ( s'of 1I0tll. 1)I.TftI
( l' 'Iou. ::1
I II third and as such fell strictly'i: Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock It. KI-l.1.
t 5"
Hastings fourth '
Bunnell I Lake /.un.'h'undt. ,
Lightning" in surrounding areas, outside supply lines have not been Sampson drainagewell II I ,1 T." ( "11..1..1'. I 1.1
: fifth Green Cove under the jurisdiction of the : With nS.. F. Beard and Rev. 1.I.t"'a A"am' I'.f. 3. '"' "UHI "l..nd ,
I '. Springs: and entered' the discussion when I ', .
despite stepped-up efforts at de- pinned down. I ; 1: 'lIu ;.traC,' 7 .:.1
t I Crescent City no entries. M. (). Harrell candidate tor County Judges'" Couits, he said.Prt'sl'ott's Malt-film Galbraith officiating | .

I Parliamentary Proceduie county commissioner from District arrest was part of an( Interment" was in Crosby LakeM, I. -i- .' < : -
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under the -
I Palatka first Staike intensified effort the of f Cemetery direction of
second Melrose Five", said reports were being circulated on part I

SAVE on your INSURANCE I thud, Bunnell fourth, Hast I that "Malcolm Harrell I Ciy. County and State law-en- ;i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Re-Elect J. L SILCOX I

ings fifth. Crescent City sixth, I put down that well." He said the fonement officials to wipe out: Active pallbeaiers were T. N'

20' DISCOUNT ON FIRE3O' and Green Cove Springs seventh, well was installed by official the moonshine traffic in this area ;t !Norman. Ancel 1 Norman, DarbOaskms. \ ,

Tractor Driving descentCity "j action of the board several year I No reliable figures ale available ; Russell Redding. Jimmy CONSTABLE District One I

-' DISCOUNT ON MOTELS first. Green Cove second I ago when flood conditions jather on the amount of monl'in.- !: Lee and Milton Norman

Bunnell third Hastings fourth. than drought were threatening I voUed in home-made liquor sales !I '. ((1.\WTEXOHTII! STARKE SOUTH STARhK)
j jWe
t' | ( \RI) OF TH\Nhs
10-20' Discount On Automobiles Starke fifth, Melrose sixth. and I II the county's farms. "A group of r I but the County Judge stated that i iFederal 1 1I
j. wish to thank each and
Palatka seventh. (citizens asked that this authorities are also verymuth I
I I [ j every one who was so kind and I am not a public speaker and am not making speechesat
Horseshoe interested
Pitching -- Bunnell I water be taken off underground I in Bradford
I I generous to us during the illness the Political! Rallies Houeter I do want
to know
first Hastings and 'shineis believed to be evading you
Mutual Insurance And Save second Mehose that is why we installed the
of our dear husband father, and j that I appreciate the nice vote and
third and the other teams all I well," Harrell said. lie dedal I income tax on then whiskey profits support you have
tied for fourth that I brother. We especially want to ; given me for Contable in the pa>t. and I Hill appreciate
well is not needed at the I '
Quick! Claim Service No Dues I thank Rev." Beard and Rev.
Membership Galbraith Jour continued vote and
Starke's support
Sweetheart candidatE present time and that he thought I on May S.
for their never-tiring visits
Two Licenced Agents To Serve You Sylvia Paulk placed third a Scontestants I it had been shut off "The county \ tIkl.
Recent Births i to comfort him. May God tless1 ( Pol Ad\.J
from Palatka and road foreman was instructed to I
I : each and one who rt"nderedsen'llt'
every ,
I lierose"! placed fast and second build a barricade" around it sometime The Bradford County Hospital I in ana\. IrsV iL _. -:. -.:. .. __ __, .__' -- _. :;'. :-_'. (;:;;__'_:=: : _.:::: .= :'
CONNER AGENCY 1, respectively fourth with Crescent City ago, Harrell said. : announces the following bnths: T Cosband f.oiiilv.USED ,
Hastings fifth Bunnell ,
Carl Roberts, candidate

136 W. Call Street Phone 2S3 I sixth seventh and Green Cove Springs! Superintendent tion reiterated of his Public promise Ins1l uc-for to 1119.I. !'tarkl'Mr .and a son Mrs.John Eugene David T. Lee April of Sell It Rent It Trade H

Minn-: OK have the minutes of each School) ]l I
I'I'UTIOI'OR i I Mr. and Mrs Richard Bowden
T\\; IIKKI: : !, Board meeting published the CAR
V"tii... i is. hereby given, that A T !' of Starke, a daughtei, Paula I WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Return I4' I 1'iul I thf holder of the foll"wine; i| newspaper "More money passesitluou i
.. i Xoteen. April :20.!
r i in .ites has filed said (', : h the superintendent's office ""r",, I -
t'.', for a tax deed to I... is"ued l I I Mr and Mrs. Ovid Bennett of !
Hi'.I iein. The I'prlifi3IP mini hers I than any other office in Ui'Leeouhthouse r.-. Low Kates Good Results Easy To Place
i Starke. a daughter Karen Ann
i mlfdrs nl issuance, the and the
LeROY) COLLINS '. "f tin. piopeity. and the descrip-ham 5M entitled people are": April 22iHvtors. !0 \\ORflS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION: 50c
: to know wheie it's
uh.i'h is was assessed air a1fol;. going ;: BARGAINS
!1\\ ,! Roberts Saul K.Ull AD1IITIOXALOKD 2o1I1
ASFlorida's .".'11 irate No. ::i. Hospital announn'- : ".
1 ir of I.ssuant-e 1954: I I I'luing rriiMemsf I, "( 01 NT OP 1.1 I>tno'f UN 1U(> OK :MOHK I>KHTIONS

I I'. riptmn of ProperH'i: "I|r Harmon Morgan, incumbent I! following births -">.. t\111111'111'10. I'llll III.IXII .4 IIS Oil 4I1U. MIT III II. II .>..i.... I%<..cM .<
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-\\"', .. Mr and Mrs ] "f f dl:
of XK I. s.-" :! ;, T f- II,: i Marcuslo'ly A.
Governor ::2 i I.: 10 aire I supeimtendent and candidate foi Highland. a son, Marcus Piuno J I. I"j.; 1:1: 1.1. )hih.I ..< n II' n \ ;I'.' I I''' of I: ,IJKXT/: -Thr .. r' "p' ,, '
Vint"- in whuh asj-essfd: A. r.iul 1.1| re-election dei tared that "schools:' I ii... f"i 1 I.i-i in .1..\ < >,. .ot 111.n apai'Df' nt. rriv.il' 'id-,I Il'.itl -,
Ml ..f said property beiiiK in th< April 19. I I In I.\ |I. ,\ l".; I" i t- i d .Ui'I t .id : I l ,. Adults :l'J4: \\ I. .'
liE: HAS KKl'T FAITH ," "mitt ..r I'.radford. State of Flon-: I should be beyond personalities'j I II :Mr. and Mrs. U*. G. !Sel.n' iStaike. OF THE WEEK \\ I' i 'I I. ,n,..ii- I lip I

I I.. i and urged the voters to considei
WITH THE:; PEOPLE I I'"I. ,s -HI-h tertifK.it. 01 .">'rt i- ; a daughter, Apnl :21! \l\I.IMi\r I :: l-ult IIKNT: : l.tri.. i' I'I ''' 'I 1: sxi.iTVVO i.. ,1 i' "
ii' -hall .... redeemed .molding I ;; qualifications when legisteringtheir 1955 CHEVROLET .'.. -I n, .. in taint": I loom l kilt'h,'M h''u-.'. I at n. land .',
I.,\" the property de->.nl...d u; choice superintendent" attht ,. ,h'1 r''>' in. li.itli Ptirnishtil \'hhil'flS, i null-ii.,i,i '
For Continued Clean Government And A Mr. and Mis. Jack: Sriple .I'!' ,
i' ll ''1 liii :11. in i Itlfn ateMil':" > 2 )Dr.) 'lean 'I 1 1 I..i.; s[ ",r rhon-::-.1.I I Itiig its .n H\\\ Wi'll' IIiv '
polls He said that '
-I; In ill.I hi fgI h' -I l l.ldd' I II Mli I .vhool]I n01l11'1'' tli. hit Hi "i\: : ihuu'lit'i i St "r 1'hont4'i .I.s ,
More Prosperous State ,, I I."'.'. .1..0'| i 1 h. ti" -l M system faced with I""I
mi : 'I ni is tremendouspioblems '
.- \\ I iii:I: IM,1'| \lt punts $:: I I.Hlm _
i .,I'M, 1, ,,I M\.it I I' ,' i' ''i ,." Slit!u"J.( '.r \1 r 'I i j!;; M-: > I'r ,
in the immediate futir .. ." I::'P-!'" ;:' "" rx :. milts ".rth ,' -.
I \I" X 1 1I I"I :< :-1'" :. 1 ,, "' l' 1953 CHEVROLET ., ,'. ,( |lZ A 1.-Bo\\ ti"i i
-1.:1.i : "n nl :ti Ill I >
Vote For I I 01 Ii. I ll II I" .', due to e\'er-inl'l'easing- eniollment 0;" tired ..upl. home pi '
LEROY COLLINSI i '!. i MI i: \l I. "I.... "..,,_: __-' "._ ; Uelair, 2 Dr. One btdrooni lamli tv |1"
\ I I JMlllll W'alUMUIl, itIIU lift liI"1I T'''Iflndmg I 1'1: -vil.: -.s "\ i .|| Kills two to house and tuo-2 n...nlotljRes
I",11 n>..ntliolit from it milk .
capable teachetmerits on Kollti '"! '
Pol Ad' -u i.. 11.1 (h... k. I .
I I t I .h io> one ch..ip Waldo, next to Pauls i ,_ "
I' .' i | \\W: :S "lJOHNS' -. 1953 CHEVROLET Mix l |I. I:. Joiiljn' Ul 1 I. IVx 427.si F.rlan.
\jf\ Green candidate fllr i'"un. _K . I'' lip" '
iI_ ''' ... _... ':-'. ;- t Er! i 4 Dr i\I"I\ p OIl \I.I'-Hl'gi\o I I..t| \ _
n ,----___---_ ---- p';"'" -- ., ;; -- -. .- -";; :" t\ Judge, pledged that In- \vmrd 5: j-u.i: -I-.1 i m.ipii iiimtti i it I Ii of breeding ->K'-. IIMS I > "
01,11''. uul! tilil ih.ni ilotililc-i ,. .
refcist.red AIIKIIheifer
The Newest In Seat Cover Styling! For Your New Car Interior spend more hours per da\ mor II i s,null! I'nl, lompl'tt.. i UKlnu" >-1 Geo. D KOK.-i il.ikc -
] I da\', per week" in the judgi TOO MUCH TASTE. 1953 OLDS 88 I !I' ,it I.dJ, J I >:",uili,, i.i\: It.-tl > City on r S 11! II'

nffn P. if elected than otheir MAKES WMST/ :, I I. .
I any BICYCLE FOR SALE '! \\"'E 1'--4...1....'d in.11.1, ,i.i ;I',
I IIIIt thouI' offi< lal in his i ". ,
lespeitue : dljnn ni.in's htm-ight rao-r. \ 'I'k. 7 70 a III |> in I'
I office I
I II I caliper lira!....., 3-sjM-nl I Inuring -

CiitinU Judge T A'awr. ; PICKUPNice 11 ran lIIi..illn. headlight, si illiylit. : F(lit !'.\I.E -I..w |.n." .1 z I I', ,
Fr.-z.-. ,
1 It.1 Kt
I 1'ls..d his appeal for je-election I : lock dual rear side li.tskets, l>la('k I i "II inn lI\\n"r I'oroihv i' VKoason \ ,'.

in what he described" as a I lirstteini A %' i and whilr I linish, ILSI2 mouths. i iI' forllmK. l.'v < '
SEAT COVERS runt yard Ma 1.., .
) -n i n illomf ;
leioid of
fair and efficient i S.f; (>. T -il! Kancont Jr., The T'If'i i Apphanreb lu.

seivuc to the public. He said I' graph, jiliwa-: !). .
][.'(ifl SALE lilt n" STI".., .
I he was not I I I I "
at the rally to Many Other To Pick From fnlirill -tal. (till.
ni '
i oj
Custom Tailored/ Your "preat h any sermons or recite any I GOING; ; NORTH i I'hon* 41*>4 Kston, ll< '"IJ'

poetiv but to talk politics"' I'll drive jour fur to IMroit nr any' i, HI' "

I We are happy to announce other Eastern or M id u extern city, ..
Individual Car I'CountCommIssioner H A that Bill Lane has joined' l-a\ing this Sun. Mon., Tues. You {I "TP.rITIIEI'prn"ioii! to H\'" on 'pit i ..11.1./.i. i ml i ,i \I"\ .

3 495 by Experts I i Buddv'i Bishop Jr candidate for I are of lin'k> us. g.sj 'I. i, ..
i ii-election from District Thr'e.1I I Our Sales Staff and will be [ ) gas and oil. Ted I K.uuont, Jr., ,,,ilk row.. and divid.. i.Il. .:"'

I defended the i on our Used Car Lot on I/I.a Telegraph phone 2J.! '! len and -KS Fr .' h"u '
recofd of .
III 1'.1111 n for .I.iflg I br. I.
CHAS. C SHEPHERD Tl'mple.H'. erjday from .,
taking on an indebtedness of a I I hurl"" '''i\' and 'lal' "' i.. ir
million dollars for roads during I I 1 5. t... _"_'.. ...-., ,..... Sam i until 6pm. I \\WHEN NEED OF .K'ffi Ktnrifilv.< .-. stoics i'hone. and I''''u". .

TV KADIO SEAT COVERS! 1 See the Cleanest Used Cars ,, 2'71! K.x "
the adnumsttation of jAding ll'iehtx. ''Ia! }' I'ounti Mi I I' .h..

"SURE-FIT"I UPHOLSTEKINd I Oovcrnoi, Chailey K .Johns. "If- 1 Sl"'al.in of autoniithiles, liring in Town At I r.andscapinLand 'lear- \\\TF.I. .
limKHS or lid. I I I.
Phone 2J9: Starke Fla. kind of like the installment plan," I in"; Fill Dirt Paving "t-\ <\''\.' ..".It da'I: u' ; '-i ,.I" 1 1l I.r .'

Bishop saidVe 3 oliN in today for fast, efficientMTV'HT I I Driveways Peat Humus l l'ewen( G'in I and 7 a", > .
thought we about '; ::0 ,.
-- p in i'hoi 1"1: I
L _______: --- ". mild Kive you the roads Building Sand Oyster .
to ride \\t- ha\e -\erj thing ATL1FFCHEVROLET gI.

I. on while you were \'ingfor I Shell- ,. .
pa I'" '' -Tw. ..tt. .1) ti.i."
them "' tine in the gas and oil line Stake Body fully 1'1'1'1'1. {

: See OVID LEWIS ", 'p. .. C, I
\ns\\ers. i "

Bishop said that state .tuditoij- CO. : G80 \V. Madison Mione 3:>6-\V

hid iiiticized 1 the board foi overspending JOHNS2H1 I \ Starke, Ha. Schwinn Bicycles

its budget "We budgeted
From 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. Each Night Thereafter I AM) KEt'AIKIMi
SH.000 for indigen'' are PAYS DIVIDENDS'Cor. I Come" (In out to the FRIENDLYz'T ,

Ia.?t year and actualh ('1' K'.iind: dam ng. jlll'-r-hug- s\\\s FiiJ'rlaW.N >
r1:I'I{ 1 Call and Court Streets! \ KinialtzmK l>am <. hall opm '
$21/too1/' he said. "But .t!- long C all div until I 11 p m Mondav thru MOWERS UKI'AIUEI)
Starke Fla. ,... .. ....
I. .
as there is the sat uir'i:" ; .1 I trutu-;" ; anyone in .uiittv
TEMrtE AVL U.S. 301 NOI i t rirdsV.- -< r\t' ':,n"\ h. ,. !
who needs hospitalization and Li !- I 4t|> :> 4 Simpson Shops.
can't afford to pay for It. I. foi --- I I VValniitCARPENTER Mreet
l'I(: IJKNT-MX, r1n unfurnisi-| ,
,. ,
one. am I''oingto - :
': try to gut' it ti -. u il hf ii-t Iiiuu| >' ,it < ;ia\ 1I.m.I'I'I"n. -
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them" Bishop said. .. - -- -- .\ ] It rdll t :: WOKK Remodeling .

The District Three commissioner ; Mill TK.NTII .,NMVKHStHVHtlHOS : Cement I'.lockn. P.'i.ifing and
/ famL \ I I siding. Cement work. Chas A
told the crowd: that the board All :Makr* All MiMlrU i I Il I Sorrell. c'o Telegraph tfcbg

____ had just succeeded in getting Ui l Hrakoaahlr rharem crvarantrrdnits.
,,RUBBER STAMPS made to ordor
Mip.piiKitnm :
i s. 301 improvement included in : n.11 "r.'. starj. |'h 239 daters, numberem notaryfacsimile s..a l.,
fflIII the 19.::>6 State Road Department GIVE stamps CratH.rd' oUDty
NOTJ.lER L. FOR S.-\I.F.-Xew 8 j: 8 X: 16 'on- i Telegraph tf
budget "It calls for four-laning '
Crete blo<:k. lr CVinf-nt $1.50 iI
301 j6 .30 I!% PAID ON right through Lawtey. he COMFORT per bag. Mortar Mix il per
ZOOM tag Kridford: EnKineering Co. i STOVE STATE RANK KBT-
said "hrIG9t.. StarKc tf I SToNE H-KKHITS. FI.MEM-

Tonight's rail.1. 1 Friday I will beheld WILL AFTER A HOUSE r<20SMALL I', W FEU; FDIC.'ATEr'Man. 5'. r.o, r.,'. f.I

at the Hampton school house tin. SVa'kjnr''itv ,n Irni': 'r i in.on
Next < l'nun')'. Ma, n> ,r'ioileis !
Tuesday night the scene will LOW COST .
ALL 1 now maki'iK r\ -u i||
shift to the Brooker Market platform 1 pei hour This is, <.n* '.f ",.. i.e-'
: and the final will r'u'.s, vmt The J I: W rt' .nCompany .
pow-wow Liability Insurance 6,* West IVa title3t
be held Friday night. ravI.. at -- -. '. '. .- ; S E.. Atlanta .;....rll:'" 4 '; 4t 4 .-
: .
SARATOGA HEIGHTSModern the RHS stadium All rallies be- : -" --' '-.. :.'. !I Contact Us Concerning the FOR RENT-Two bedroom h'r,. r,'
i,, : .
at 7'30 I .
gin p.m. : i NEW INSURANCE LAW Kinffslev I Lake (Completel fUrl
: i shed P.yek during summi--
:l'J: I Phone 177 or contai .'arlpe,1,
VOTK: : : : Ne Membership Fees I hams 504 K. Adklni St o'p 5 4

Homes -- Low Payments -- FHA VA Financing TO CAND1DATE' ', ......41. L..ALItMAEKt ... I I BEST RATES IN TOWN I FOR SALE Masonrv' llom-, thrt-.

I bedroom1one bath < arpc.rt, larg
I I>ue" to an expected rush of last I 6 Months Policies i lot No 4jalifymtr "I' .1!.1inp

: I <..<1'. PavfUit>' and tak .v. rpavtnmt
After 28th I minute political advertising our : -J .
Open for Inspection April 1 i Doyle E. CONNER '. Ii)' app 'in'mnt ".nH
last issue before the May S primary RKE I Phone 4",* -ti'hK 4 .-
] it will be necessary for all $ I SURANCEAGE\CY .-

'candidates!' to place! their advertising __ __ SERVICE Phone 2S5 136 W Call Large Farm, Ranch

FLORIDA REALTY COMPANY OF STARKE copy in our hands as early frJ1BUILDER' SUPPLIES'4S 7 I Timber Loans

I as possible next weekVe will F"K AI.E-19" Ford Pickup LOW INTEREST -

(;ANDREWS W. IJ SEWELI. A J THOMAS appreciate receiving all politicalTivrrtising ;" :r .' h. Also 50 gal. hot watT
3"eZtSA.Lt I :,. .,.r.r.n'3 f"VUrt. Phone 474-W JERRY O. GAY
: copy byfonda'o': tnoin'nt & 2tp 4/27

., .{;5.;) Temple A\l' Starke Fla Phone :JS3 ,'. arrept ads for the Mi:. 4 ) INSURANCE SERVICE

'--'".. i'vi 12 noon ->r T &.;., \L| Tf \TirV H ? WfiJ'K,i. d i:n xp.. a'. r.ltoo-,. ., Phone 371-J 1227 E. CallI'GE
\! T!'.' To'pg'' nib! -"C- u1u: ::_-- :-- .-_ ---.t-----------: : .. -.:' ,, \\ !"'.rj 4 .

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.. ....................' Attend Future Homemakers Convention Guy AndrewsOn

Big Tax Increase Would Be NeededTo STATE PARK j WMBRTVNext SERVICE MEN

Monday Night

Modernize County's Bus Systemre / By Janet Turner r

I Phone 135: -J i ,1 .VHt! >A>, St.tlkt1 '1.1/11': i

I tPPt"11 i.i: W lBIl'Tfnn':

\ Bradford County'., school obtained only through a tax increase I1111111111L1U1llllll111s. niUit.piil 3t>. from HI tt'

busses inadequate and in some Morgan stated, and point- Charles Gordon and chit!: t in ":i p m in behalf <>f his ,',1ndior Cp! Leroy K M.nlii': '.
instances even unsanitary, as has I led out that the school tax, cur- dren returned to their home 11 \ { election to Congress
Mr. and Mis Floyd A. Mutr.;:
candidate for rently set at 19 mills is already Thehave '1 the 8th Congressional Dis-
been charged by a St. Louis, Mo. on Saturday. ,
Starke. is taking part in i: "t<
if only one mill short of the legal of Ii !
the school Board, and been housegue vers staged by the 1st Prnv.-.i' ,i
1 what can be done to remendythe limit of 20 mills. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace for tin Mining the past week the An-I Marine Air-Ground Task Finn

situation There are at present 25; bussesin past month. .\.s candidacy has been stepped! the Hawaiian Islands. Cpl M l..! '

Since the bus system has been the school fleet, of which num-, Dr and Mrs. H. J. Kucera an i LI ,,> t.o top speed, with the local is serving with the Sui B-! J.:
issue in the ber 22 are in daily use on regularly at Jacksonulli. 'i litoi filling several engage-
injected as an present I son spent Sunday f lr Marine Regiment.
campaign by Paul Raymond, scheduled routes. The three I Beach attending the opemn :i-U: daily at political rallies' :

candidate for the School Board remaining are used as replacements ceremonies and festivities of th< 1Jf piaG '.I"' "ighout the district. j Crews, .
Randolph M 1
son > -
from District Two, The Telegraph when a bus is placed tem I opening of the Beach. Sjq.r Andrews states that his organi-i Elizabeth Crews of Rt :2. :'t.rta
review the situation porarily out of service for main- >turns are '!
has sought to I | Seaman Eugene Allwood r clicking in every'mtv. graduated on April 21 tn>.:i :
i from an objective point Of view tcnance or repairs. and he feels confident
I turned to his base at Cambridge- cruit training at the Great IAI;?
in order that the public may be,j Require County Fund. ; Md., this week after spendin, 11 his aggressive platform foi'i Ill. Naval Training Centei I I r"

better informed on a matter of Five of the 25 are new ((1955 his leave with his parents M i '..' sth District will be endorsed !i ing his nine weeks of boot I n,,

great concern to all. model) busses: 9 are less than I and Mrs. P. A. Allwood. / 1 R t \ the voters at the polls on : he received drill and instimtn: ,
3 years old and the remainderare + 1IvR.
In an early campaign speech I Rev. and Mrs. John James 01 I II I in seamanship gunnery. life .- e. '
Raymond charged that some of 10 to 12 years old.! Morgan I Raiford were Sunday dinnei !M his radio talk last Saturday1A 1 ing, sea survival, etc. Attu 1 t.\

the busses were obsolete and dirty,i disclosed adding that the Florida guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: K C S- .A,'. expressed concern for i weeks' leave he will bo .i,,,,}.'u ,,

and unfit for children to ride in. I State average for County School Long. 'to.I tanners who are facing aj i to shipboard duties 01 .1 -,. \ .

He also attacked the practice of I busses is 1 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright + tl -..rgbattlt': trying to balance) sr'hool.!

scheduling double runs on routes He stated that all new busses I had as their guests Sunday, frI z .if income and rising prices.j
serving large numbers Of pupils, I must be purchased' entirely with H. L. Tucker and l I { f Hi pledged himself to work hard- ,
which he said, necessitate the I Bradford funds, though the StateI I daughters and Mrs. Tuckers I ,'J I to bolster sagging farm in-j: Sgt. 1-r Eugene Wilson -,>:u

delivery of some children to the(I defrays one-half of the operating I( father, Mr. Watson, of Jackson t II IMO He is in favor of 90 to I Mrs. Daisy Mae Jones Kt '

schools at an over-early hour in I I costs of the bus system.A I ville. ; jipi. lilt( per cent parity. Raised on a Starke. is scheduled to i.ui':

the morning. Sometimes these I 48-passenger bus. the small- Supt. DeWitt Sinclair and Jim __ ; North Florida farm, he says he I!i from Germany the last of Apl.1; !
early arrivals have to wait out- est practical for school use, costs I Ritch of Starke attended the 15th knows farm conditions and farm I as part of Operation Gmisrojn

side in the cold because no one $3,600; 50-passenger vehicles cost annual meeting of the Southern I i Attending the cement ion of pi ublems. II I the Army's unit rotation pl.u
1* there to let them in the build- $4,500; and the most commonly- States Prison Association in ':'r.n.r.rr.rrrr..vr.rr.i YYHIGHLAND I His unit, the 597th Armored Fieii'
homemakers of America Andrews
has also
ings, Raymond said. He pledgedhis used. 66-passenger busses now Baltimore Md. last week. I in CltMruatrr New Street Lights pledged to Artillery Bn., is being replaced:
recently werethe. fight to maintain
best efforts to help correct cost over $5,000 each. segregation and Europe and will now be statIOn.'
Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow and I ."- representatives the Placed At HospitalA work for state option. He I
such says at Fott Sill, Okla. Wiiso"
suitations. Morgan said that 1,300 : Sgt.
Mrs. I. D. Green and children of Bradford ChapteII( to r) that the people should be given

Two Trips Daily students are transported by the Starke spent Wednesday in Green I It) Mrs. Lacy \urnranu.uuu..uu..AAA ,I Mivs Barbara Bunch, home group of "> new street lights I an opportunity to vote on this': :I a tered section the chief in Battery B 11 er-,,
Army 1951 and
When questioned this week Bradford County school busses >
con- Cove Springs visiting Mrs. George economics instructor and was recently installed at the new i vital issue '
cerning Raymond's allegations, each day at an annual cost for Manassa and family. I ter adtlsor; Gail K/eddick/ chapI, I Bradford County Hospital by the I I been overseas since March 19r 2

School Superintendent Harmon P. the operation of the entire systemof Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Starke Power and
Mrs. Sarah and Ellen Norman June Conner, and Helen Kelly. I Light Department -I i
Morgan revealed that there are $40.000, including insurance. I Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and were in Jacksonville last Fridayon at the request of the hospital ,
11 school bus routes on which Good Safety Record sons of Starke. and Mrs. M. A. toaid.
I business, and also visited the
two trips are regularly made each He said that there have beenno Garcia and daughter were in CI'B SCOUTS 1 1I Cai1
I M. L. Thompsons while there. Power Superintendent Riley Rob
morning and afternoon. Four of serious accidents Jacksonville I r/s
involving Sunday visiting the
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanand Wasdm pointed: out that the hos-
these are in starke, two are on school busses during his 1 yearsas Municipal Zoo. I The regular Cub Pack Xo. 70 I
Mr. Mrs. Charles is close the
and Mosely pital to city's power-
will be held
routes serving Negro schools, two Superintendent and called the I meeting in the Meth-
M. D. Carter returned to the I
I all of Jacksonville, were dinner odist house and badly needed the lights.
on Brooker runs and the Heil- County's safety record "excellent." building Tuesday FOR
i home of his son-in-law and daugh- guests of the L. Normans last explaining that similar extension
May 1, at 7:30 !
bronn and : m. The
IAwtey About p. j
Hampton one half of the bus Mr. pro-
ter and Mrs. W. G. String- .
Sunday. requests by home-owners in less SuperintendentOf
schools each have one double-trip drivers are women and driver'ssalaries fellow, this week after gram will consist of a skit by I'
run. spending Mr. and :Mrs.: Vernon Starlingand I Dent, a movie "Water Birds," j built-up sections of Starke will Public InstructionBRADFORD
range from $90 to $110 the
winter with his ,
daughter, children of Heilbronn were j and awards followed still have to be held until there
Morgan that the month, by refresh- ,
explained per depending on the Mrs. Louibelle Parks of Lake I II
doubling-up arrangement has routes served. Worth I Sunday dinner guests of the AI-]I ments by Den Mothers of Den are mote people living in the COUNTY

been made only on short runs It is the responsibility of each I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell belt Normans. 5. AH parents of members and I areas The to he served. .
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and those wanting to street light network u-
join are invited.
containing large numbers of individual driver to :
keep his bus and their
daughter, Mrs. M.
A. daughter spent the weekend visit- turned on and off from the powerhouse A VOTE FOR CARL IS A
pupils as an economy measure, clean and swept out, Garcia,
Morgan: revealed had as their guests Monday ing Mr. Smith's lelatives in South he said, and it would not VOTE
and stated that in most cases the !, stating that some of the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Myers be r : fOR THE BEST INTERESTS
Carolina. practical to install complicatedI
students on the first bus arrive older busses built before the advent and daughter, Sandi, of Favette- I Ai ; OF YOUR CHILDRENI'd.
Edwin Oriffis of South Florida' \ ()(j'I.l. IMK the new Ester-1 I new circuits for only one or two
15 to 20 minutes before their of stainless steel interior I vine, N. C. and Mrs.
scheduled class time. trim are a problem to keep clean. I Knight and Mrs. Rob Byrd Merry and spent the weekend with his mother brook pur.f\-l ze fountain pens in.pastel additional lights. Power for all I, ( Pol. Adv.)
Mrs. Callie Griffis. street': lights is furnished by the
He declared that there is always More Busses-:More Taveglie children of Gainesville.The I shades Only '.58 at Bradford !
I The Covingtons of Jai ksonvillcspent < it\
a teacher or school official explained that there are no second monthly meeting of County Telegraph
a few days recently with the
on duty to the building and facilities for washing down the I the State Farm Woman's I _. ._ _ ____.
open Club Homer Smiths. -. o -- --.. __ __ _u___ __ ____u .__-_
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supervise the activities of the body repairs at thSchonl's e was Tuesday in the Community -- ---- .n __. _u -- -- -- ---- ---
Children arriving early, and that maintenance shop, near I Club House with Mrs. R I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stalling! II i I
and children
there have been far fewer com- the S.A I... Depot in Starke, and Carter and Mrs. I. C. Carter a? of Heilbronn were II111 Iii 1 1I 1II
dinner guests Sunday of the Albert -
plaints of inconvenience or difficulty said that the two mechanicsregrularlv co-hostesses. Mrs. J. E. Hitch ;I Normans.Matthews.

from students and parents on duty have theirhanrl cock. program chairman gave the I ..
along the double bus routes than ,*: full i just' keeping the bussesin second of programs roncernin" (II'

might be reasonably expected under safe 1 unning'onJition.. Cancer It was an interesting and : Charges I''jl/II/ ItB l.,It RANGE II I ,

such a system. Morsan stated that some of the informative afternoon Andrews With'Misinformation' :

Would Cost $50,000( older bus' bodies have developedrracks j '

To eliminate these double-runs I and holes ineparable with .. II ill rK"r ill'
present facilities and .99..9.9.999999.LONG 1 II I
would require the purchase of
i p'rsonn'I.1 In a pip=<; l't'lpfrom his i iI i
11 new buses at a minimum I that admit dust and dirt, though! BRIDGE I I I I I,
I (campaign headquniters at Gamesille. II'
ot-t ot around $38,500 as well as these are the first vehicles I'I'I
replaced -
i \ Congressman Rilly Matthews -
expenditure of another $11,000') I |i AND NEW RIVER I I II"
1 whenever funds ]
are available expressed confidence in'
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annually for additional drivers I 1'1'
for new purchases. iI :Mrs. E, victory for his re-election at the
alaries, and some increase in j!I A. Sapp +! OF COURSE I II
8. I I ,
polls on May
"We are the best ,
doing job
over-all)) operating costs, Morgan i{ AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAI et't this I
| "In a desperate effort to I
declared. The total expense involved possible with the funds available"'I!:1 :
Mr and11'5.: W H Andiews! kite off the ground my op- < I IHiI I
) would run close to $50,000
Morgan concluded, "The only way.: and) ;Mr and Mrs J. P. '\a'ponent' has carried on a <,campaign !I II
the first increase
representing an
year the people! of the County can get I of Jl'ksor.nll"'islt"d! Mis. Nan of vilification and misinformation !( I;!
of 10 mills in the county's 'II I TT'S
school tax, the SuperintendentsaiJ. mote and cleaner! busses is to I Moody Sunday) afternoon. that i has backfired," Matthew I "GAS"I! ,

pay for them through higher Mi. and Mrs. Bobbie Crews and I stated. "He has repeatedly made I

That much money could be I taxes baby of Jacksonville spent th R'i':inconsistent statements regarding j I I {i I

weekend with Robbie's mother,.1 I| his stand on the various issues.I! I
Mrs :Murlie Crews. For example, he advocates segregation ATIOALI.YU'EHTISED LIFETIME BURNER WARRANTY ''Ii!:

I j I Mr. and Mrs. James L tt end e r'I and he states that he is "TAPPAN"

NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300 i i Sr. and Mr. and Mis. Ted Cook ol: for Federal Public Housing. The I REGULAR VALUE $219.50 Iii
Jacksonville were Sunday dine er.' races are mixed in Federal! Public I I II

guests of the James Lavender Jr. Housing units and that is why I
PROMPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL family. opposed this legislation," the Plus Allowance
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MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. Mrs. Lizzie McKinney of Star ke Congressman said. SPRING SPECIAL $179.50
> spent last week with her broth) Concluding his statement Matthews for Your Old Stove
: and sister-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs: said: "Throughout the remainder \'E S 10.00HEAVY" I I;
218 W. University Ave. Phone FR6-5333 i'' 0. B. Moody, who have been or of the campaign, I shall I I :

Gainesville, Fla the talk only of record, which I -
I, sick list for several days. I mv 0 EXAMPLE ;
Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Turner of: i believe is a good one. I am proud I SIP SIT ,
Jacksonville visited the Albei to run on this record of faithful e 1 ALUMINUMfOI I
t Mood}'s and other friends in thii!..I' efficient service to all of our I HIAITHFUL COOKINO Spring Sale $179.50 :

4 : section Sunday. people I I t HEAT lUSISTANTRAKELITE If Old StoveValued j ji I I

r1I'rtTii'I7( nnTrrrf! We are glad to have :Mrs: Fel. THE RIGHT POINT for theuay i I S HANDLES AND KNOBS At $25.00 .:::
ton Moody hack with us after hei
yon write. Com in and se
stay ,>{ several days in the hospi-': tl tlI

.. SPRING S'IUCA EAR/NG; 'al! It'.t'our; Ten.favorite TELEGRAPH.ALVAREZ' ESTERBKOOKFountain i ; I N YOU PAY $154.50PLUS
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the famous Stop-Notch Tread for appabla tire : !;i1il ill EASY PAYMENT PLAN ,
sa\emontA.quick-action traction. Act now Tub-type 6.COxl6 Harmon MorganCounty :, ..

YOUR OLD TIRES MAY MAKE Pay as little as $1.25 Superintendent 1; ; it
YOUR DOWN PAYMENT a week for a pair! :,t PAYS to TRADE with/ SLADE
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I Rites Wednesday I From the Northeast Corner of da, upon receipt of proof of publt- I[dents owning property or ties I of 1556. being dated April 1, Palm @!lcb. Florida the ft-: .
I NE,i of SE'i of Section 21. cation of this notice the fictitious'to taxation therein! and all others' IS5S, bearirg Interest at a rate not !lication; in each ofani r.\ '. ",. .
Township 6 South. Range !- East..I name of Florida Boat Shield Co., having or claiming any right titleor to be not lethan, t ,.hit. ., "
exceed foe S
to centum ( <)
Demonstration I II For Perry Herring I\ run South 200 feet for point of under which we are engaged In interest in property to be affected annum payable per senu-annually per on dayt prior to the da'hf.: ". r
I I'eKinmng thence run Rest 200 tuiMre: i at *64 Temple A\r.. Starke! t.y the issuance by the Florida set for the hearing rand -. i : '
April 1 and October 1 of each .
feet, thence South 59 feet, Fla. i year. .. .
!1 State Turnl'lkeuth Notesby : Perry Herring, 59, a residentof thence East 200 thence Jos. H Arnr.Id. Box : aggregating the principal amount : .. .
feet 9S3 .
I I run : : Starke, Kr\mue Ponds. Srie<; 'f lot I1s.V).000 and all maturing on 7" Florida Statutes -
Jacksonville for 12 run North 50 feet to point of beginning Fla.I nse. hereinafter : r,
vears. died j more particularly'!' ISPS. dcnptu ,, PONE AND ORDF.BFA .1.
a more complete :
being two lots bought of I tiny H Sale E. .....
: at the residence of his sister, : :x: 434 Starke I described or to be affected in anyway ,, *.' >n of a.1 Turnpike Revenue Das'-Pe F J..nda.
Mattie F. Gahagan by parties of !; i tht-rrl.y: 1956.
FI.V 'Innd. !Series of I''Dfi
: being
a DOROTHY ROSS Mrs W II. Lyons at Kingsley first part. J. Hay. Professional I i I The State of Florida, through th.' taii.ij 'it the p..t1ti..h.'r.. amt \\. MAY WAI.KKt: :
I :n exhil'i's -
I Lake Together with the tenaments. ; ['jug.. Ja, ksonville. Fla. I State Attornof the Second Judicial Judge of the l'n': : tIT
last attached ther
Home Demonstration AgentIniprvte j Sunday night. hereditaments and appurtenances Dated this 6th day of .April AD Circuit in and f<.r Leon County > !"' the Second .I :.i!'. ;
I I Mr. Herring was torn at Live thereto belong or in any way ap I In at Starke.! Bradford County. Florida, the State Attorney of the IS FlUTHEK oKPKKKD that F"I'. ,"
I 18 pertaining. Florida. Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for this mder !>*> punished once eaih1e : County.
I jOdk, July 196. He was a s/ Theron A. Yawn i 4.'S 4t t'2-:! Clay and Duxal Counties Florida, w? I k f..r t'!:'., ': ,'!\ "t". ks In' A 'me K.-p>
storage will probably kill them member of the Methodist Church. Special Master. I the State Attorney of the Fifth Judicial a .,' wsp.q' 'r ;",t;,-t, d the vrrir:
A. .I. Thomas Jr Atty. for Plaintiff :i*....,... :. ,. : ..... ... ::11 '
I I Besides his he Circuit in and for Lake Sur.ttr L : : I' 1.'v. i ,, i, 'Tr.,w :
Do have enough storage In using malathion, take the sister is survived 44t JT I NOIKI: TO .ti'riut.In ... .
you 4. I|I and Marion Co-mti.. Yh-rd:t r1 iM' -. I 1. I .\: '. ..i ;.. !
for your possessions? The same precautions that you would I by one brother Frank Herring ., Irroll Court llraitford County, ,.the State Attorney of the $..\riith !I'lk. :.. I:, 1'. : ..j"J .. I': ..' ,
space Florida: In Chancery.Samuel Judicial Circuit and I...1'1 .. .. . .
of Atlanta Ga. VOTICK TO ATPKtll I in toOl' I'utn.i: : ( I'
H decided theydidn't for other Griffin. .
4 Plaintiffs
Heilbronn girls insecticides mainly I Laura .
Florida ., '
Ie Circuit Court. Bradford Count I County the St.v.H >li! \ l 1-: i !
so they are now busy mak- try not to get it on your skin and Funeral services were held in I Florida: In (haorrrr. Griffin Defendant. I. of the Eighth Judo i..l t'n. nit ,
I I, Hair, I Case Xo 10.1469uIcc .and for Ala.'hua. BaK- ana 1''i.l .. .... .
New Joseph Plaintiff, = Ruth
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met at Harmony Methodist Church I - h -"'- : 4. "'' ''!
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boxes. They you wash it off and don'tinhale To AppearTo | .. .
ing jewelry I You Hair Defendant. ford Counties Floruit, !t. -sin' _- ._-_ ___ _-. .,.." ....."- """ --
Miss Edith Moore's home last it.POWDERY. near Lave Oak Wednesday afternoon Case Xo 1131455I : Laura Griffin who e residence i(, Attorney of the Xinth Ji.ni. I II! i',--
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Hickory Grove; South: !
I Carolina .
at 2:30 Satire To Appear.To curt in and C..rt.. I.u. .. )Ianr
and painted cigar boxesa o'clock. Interment I. and whose address is 1'. O liox 1:,
Friday :'oULDEhas been I ,
: Kuth Vow Han, whose resi-iI i- ( Indian River Okeec-hnbei- 'ru
soft pink for their jewelry, particularly bad lately on climb- followed in the family plot in the I dense and aJdre s i': I'nknow 'llitkury You are hereby Gri.x notified South Carolina.that suit and Orange Counties, Fh.rid.t. th,.
church with You are bvreby notified that a.I State Attorney of the Tenth Ju.I''clal -
other small cemetery DeWitt C. for divorce
handkerchiefs or ing roses. It is a grayish-white I suit for I i' Circuit 1ft'and for Polk County
items The jewelry boxes are substance that covers the leaves Jones Funeral Home in chargeof Divorceban i I has been filed against you in thee ( Florida, the State Attorney of th>
and useful! The arrangements. been riled against you In th [,above named Court and cause and Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and f.>r
attractive so and rose bushes causing them to above named Court and cause and I''I you are required to Sl'r1'e a copy oft I Dade County, Florida, and the Matt1
girls participating were Charlene: turn brown and eventually shed you are required to servo a copy o your a.:'. I your answer or pleading to the corn complaint on the PlaIntiff' Attorney Circuit In and for Upward and
Cowart. Nettie Sweat, and Sandra off. It finds enough moisture on i I, plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney \ Lloyd Bass, 3n 2 Clark Duilding, Palm Beach Counties Florida, an:
Solano. the leaf in CU.I. FOR BIDS John 1-:. Santora. Jr. 2J Professional Jacksonville Florida the several property owmrs, taxpayers .
even weather to
dry Sealed Lids will i I and file the original In the office ,
be I
recoup I.) BUilding, J.i. kf.>n\llle, citizens, including nun-res 0"i
Their next project will be to grow and multiply. The wind the city Council of the City of 2. Florida of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on"or dents owning property or sulijeot 1

make dressing tables and bookcases carries it and so it spreads rapidly. Starke Florida at the 'City Hall in Stark. and file the original In the office of! 1956 before otherwise the the 14 dev of May, to taxation therein and all other,
: allegations of
I'fitu 8:00: o'clock I-it ,.u the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ibdid having or claiming any right, titleor
from fruit boxes for their I 1195'Tuesday the m day of May A.1>.. before the 7th day of Slay, 19.6; Complaint will be taken aconfessed s interest in property to be affected
hobbies books etc. at which time and place all otherwise the allegations of Bald I by you. by the issuance by the Florida
The remendy is to! dust with bids will be received and publicly Complaint will be taken as confess ( This notice shall be published State Turnpike Authority of
C'lulhifgCuncurrently! sulfur. If the temperature runs opened and read aloud, on the fol ed by you. once weeks each In the week Bradford for four consecutive the Turnpike Revenue Bond Series
County Tele-
lowing: This notice shall be published I of 1956; hereinafter
the Heilbronn above 85 degrees in the shade graph.luted. more particularly
One once each week for four i '
water tank and consscu- described or to be affeded
tower I.watI
girls are completing their clothing the sulfur may burn the leaves I ed on the electric plant block;; in the- five week In the Bradford Count I( this 7 day of April 195S. In any way thereby are hi reby required
work and they gave an interesting but it is better to have City of Stases to be dismanteled Telegraph. (Official Seal) Charles A. lUibv to appear before the Circuit
some burn I and removed from the electric I Dated this TO daof Search 1936;; i I Clerk of the Circuit Court Court of Leon Countv. Florida in :
sewing demonstration at than to destroy the bloom and Plant block Hidder mutt furnish (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby I P.y Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk the Second Judicial Circuit of said I
their club meeting.In leaves I the City of Starke the necessary Clerk of the Circuit Court 413 4t 5.4 State at tlw Court House in Tallahassee i
1 insurance By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
protection in all phasesof Florida on the 15th day of
learning about the many different Fresh Corn disin.intfhnu and removing said 4:6 4t 427OIICK :! I( May, 195S at ten o'clock AM. and
cotton materials the I water tank and OTICE TO APPEAR I i iIB show cau e why the of the
girls Now that fresh corn is againon tower. Rid must Circuit Court. Bradford County !I prayers
be accompanied by certified, '\ TO AI'I'KUlla petition filed in the abo\e pr..d.
made Florida I
collection of 10 In
a Chancery
or more the market, LOOK for ears or bid bond in th. amount of ten Circuit Court Bradford County, I Klwood oldie Smith, ing should not be grant.d. and the
cotton samples with the name un- that have a cob well filled with per cent (10%) of total bid. Florida: la laanrrrr.ilUrd June Smith, Defrndant Plaintiff vs. I j i Jlvri.QOO.Mii;; ) Turnpike K< venue RCA Victor 17-lnch Thrifton. Lowest
The said City reserves the \\ J.. Catiett, Plaintiffs. .{Il-.nd". Jv'ries of 1916 therein der each. They did not realize bright, plump, soft, milky kernels; to accept or reject any or all bids right Lilly A. Catlett, Defendant. I Notice To AppearTo Case No. 10-14t I.I| s< riln.
there were so many different crisp brown silk: and fresh green I CITY OF STARKK. FLORIDA Case ;.;... 10-H64 June :Smith, whose residence I I fore had authonz.ng the. issuan.i ...; smaller than previous table models-fits
I O Carl Johns City Clerk Notice To AppearTo I.i thereofalidat> d nd '.unfirnu.la.J
kinds of cotton materials much and address is Ke>'zeltown.
husks. 4/13 3t 4. :2!, : Lilly A. ratMt whose residence I You Virginia ,. Turnpike Ki\ Rue Bonds, S,'r- close to walll! "Hidden Panel" Tuning conceals
are hereby notified that a j
less that cotton is different from NUMBER OF SERVINGS and address i,,: Unknown.You suit for divorce I I controls on top. New Balanced

silk and linen. 1 dozen medium size ears mea CALL FOR BUM for are divorce hereby notified that a suit has been filed against you In be i i Fidelity Sound. Ebony finish. Rollargugc
Rose Bush Troubles Sealed bids will be received by has been filed against you In the above named Court and canes and *
sure approximately 3 of the you are required to serve of I stand Model 17S6022. *
cups corn City Council of the City of abo\e named Court and cause and a copy extra.
Many people are having various cut Starke at the your answer or pleading to the FRIGIDAIRETHE
from the cob and cooked.A City Hall in Starke. you are required to serve a copy of
problems arise with their rose I. Honda, until 8 OC o'clock P.M. on your answer or pleading to the complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
southern favorite is: Tuesday the 1st day of May. Lloyd Bass, 30J Clark $159.95i
complaint on the Plaintiff AttorneyI"
bushes these days. Some have Fried Com (serves 5) 1956 at which time and place all II. Burned. Macclenny Fla. and IUlldine.file the JlckvonvillFlorida, j I BEST-KNOWN
romplained of having THRIPS bids received will be publicly open- and file the original In the officeof original in the officeof
4 ears tender corn 2 the Clerk of the Circuit NAME IN
tablespoonsbutter ed and read aloud on the following: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Court OB I ELECTRICREFRIGERATION
and BLACK-SPOT can be expected or oleo, one-half cup whole One New 1956; Tudor Sedan Color or before the 7 day of May or before the I ,
too. milk Black six or eight cylinder witha 1956; otherwise the allegation of... 14 day of May 1956:
or cream. minimum of 160 II.I'. motor and said Complaint will be taken as otherwise the allegations of said RANGES i
Professor Parvin at the University Cut corn from cob. Saute in with a minimum of 115-inch wheel I confessed by you. I Complaint will be taken as con I
of Florida offers these base equipped with heavy duty This notice shall be published' fessed by you. WATER HEATERSAIR TV Service
recOm- heavy skillet with
butter for 7 brakes, radiator fan and turn In- ,once each week for four consecutive This notice shall be published I CONDITIONERS
mendations. For thrips, red I minutes. Add milk and serve hot. dicators. Also with and without weeks in the Bradford County Tele- once each week for four consecutive
automatic transmission 60 weeks In the Bradford County Tele- WASHERS & DRYERSGet
spider and aphids spray with ma- Season with salt and AMP. I graph. !
pepper. I Generator and Voltage Regulator. Dated this 4 day of April 1956. I.graph.
lathion. It is a good all-purpose One 1954 Ford Mainline Tudor'(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby 1 Dated this 7 day of April 1938:
insecticide. For black-spot Sedan to be traded on purchase of Clerk of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb ', The Best For Less All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
spray new car. Police Radio not included. B y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court I
the bushes thoroughly every 3 to 4/6 4t 47'OTI"E :! By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk AtSmith's I Fully Equipped .-- DependableAll

4 days with ferbam or captan.If THE RIGHT POINT for the The said City reserves the right 4'13: 4t :i.4
i to accept or reject any nr all bids. TO APPEAR ,
the rose buds are being 'way you write. Come in and &e- CITY OF :;TARK".. n.oItID.J J la Circuit Court Bradford Conatr. Makes and Models

eaten about the best thing to do I I led favorite Py Cail Johns, City Clerk. Florida In Chancery. GarageFRIGIDAIRE
4/13 3t 4 :27In Joseph !- Sandor PlaintiffS In The (Irruit Court Of The SecondJudicial I
is look for the pesky bugs and I..Fountain Ten. TELEGR 1PII. : Ethel R. Sander, Defendant. Circuit, In And For l.eunCounty '
kill them Case ;';0. 10-146 Florida CHAS. C. SHEPHERD .
outright or malathion. The j
Circuit Court of the Eighth I.Notice T. App..arlTo \o. X272 i
I I Judicial Circuit of Ike stale or : Ethel I:. :Sandorho: e residence n.omo.STATE TTKXPIKK- ': Sales and Service
Florida la and For Ilrarfford and address Washington. TllouiTY body corporate andpoltir I
| (foonljr.i ,' TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
I> : of the Mate uf Io"h.nda.I'.t ,
i i W PHEVATT.ChaurerjJ. Plaintiff You are hereby notified that a it inner. We Senic All Makes of Phone 239 Starke, Fla. ,
FLOYD WIGGINS !suit for divorce vi. Electrical: Appliances!
vs has! been filed against you In the TilE STVTi II>}' Fl.u RID.I. .t al.
JTIMOXS r. HEED and KR.\NVKS above named Court and cause and It* spondt ntsOIUIK.K 606 X. Temple Ate.TIIOXE OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
RKKD, also known KllAXCISRKKD.
you are required to serve a copy ot JO !olinI' U M:
his wife, Defendants. pleading to the To the Mate >.( Fluriil.i and the .
your answer or .. .
CANDIDATE FOR 'UTI H': OK SPKMU MlSmi'S: t.mplaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney ,..\"'r.il! l'rol"1 < 'w m'TS Ta tpay-I t 120 ,C'., -, "- fji .- -: ."" ,,," ._-;!;
1 i
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StLETake Louis T. Ransom, Sib I'rof."lonalBuilding. f'1". <'itu ns, in, lulling XUI-I'I' __ _" : ___.. .' _-. .. ----"'' --= 4 I' '
notice that under and in accordan. Ja ks"n\"lUe :2!, Florida
-i. County Commissioner .'e with the Final Decree ofForeclosure and file the original In the office i
in the above entitled of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I .

DIST.; County-Al-Larges Master I or 7 before day ..f the Mal _.fi: j jotherwise I .
I 'l.idder for cash at the south front the allegations of said I
4111 door .it the County Court House in Complaint will be taken as confessed 1
Asks Your Vote & Support M.irke. Florida during the legal by you. I
A h..iiis ..f ,..1<> cm Mondav, April :tft.I This notice shall be published
I1':.';, Iho f.. for four consecutive Horsepower
1'ittinpr week
I property Mtuat.: I''once DoritletlSlidnkir
He is opposed to mixing white and colored races in our in Bradf"rll'"nt ., Floridatowit: 1:i weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTYITKLEOKAPH.

public schools. I .
I Dried this 3 day ..f April 1956. ?
lie pledges his best efforts for a more progressive (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby j
I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bradford. County.He Cleaning By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
4/6 H 4/27:!
asks the voters of Bradford County to give him a i Reasonable Prices I! i?

trial in this job that has been held by the incumbentfor I I gorier OF INIKNTION TO
Outside Only 30c up i nIt.!"nn: FIl'll'rlol9 :\_U1lI: take its toll from!
16 years.CAPABLE I Notice is hereby given that the I : car
I W. S. AGNEW Prop. undersigned, under the provisions I jour
CONSERVATIVE CONSCIENTIOUS I.of Chapter 20.951. Laws of Florida. ,
393 Cherry :ht. Starke, Fla.I Acts of 1941. will register with the i I:
(Pd. PoL Adv.\ ) ''Clerk, of the Circuit Court in and
I I'lor Bradford County State of FloMMOl -

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