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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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pi1rJJ1I V ffJ3- Final Rally Here TonightLocal




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RM1Ef1WtJLLp Gas Dealer Large Crowd Expected At StadiumTo

4,000 May Visit Polls HereIn

ffj1j
: Hear Candidates For Last Time

Says 'Will Fight

First Primary Ballot

k'4t 11. The} |political M-'i'iu1 :hift.. t 0 flFadIt"I'&l I Hi I igli l'h"oltad! -

him when 1 the final --- and undoubtedly
I .. AimT tonight ( Friday )
.y City Utility the largest of the 11)).>G Dt rmocratic political rallies get Next Tuosii.n. Mav, V \\ 1 i. tell In II-! ,.. ther.wi"-"- 1, 22t! I:1" !ft 'hr! 'I r. I ;i'i:1 .

under way ,at 7-50:: o'clock. i the tale for contestants in the icgistered voters, ar.d 3.fis '.\ :: r- .1 1 i-j i:1:'.:. .- '

H Static local bottled gas '1 Carl Roberts: the challeng!injr half of a hotly contested three major courthouse office !! i around 70 per cent visited the ', ,presidential delegate.Cek .-.

,dealer appeared before the City race for county school: superin tendent. will be J.atltffpeab.: .- ,' races but a second primary maybe j polls. Ordinarily this would have of the COM! : i Ci.: ,

Early e\ening is the most propitious time fore testing Fisherman'?Council( Tusday night to protest i' er. followed by the man he h opes to unseat: on May 8 necessary to decide three I been an off year except for the i !)"rby iem'ndcatiii ite.: -

Luck, according to (left to right) Hill :Mi lUe. Jim Drew, and ( ar I the ,'11\ 's entering into the natural : Harmon Morgan incumbentThe superintendent. county commissioners and one fact the Governor Dan McCarty j today Friday i is the tri.: : I'
___ i school board place.Since I died in office and BradfordUnionSenator
Hurst of Mar!..... \\Iio caught thi. string of 22 beauties ch\ccn 3:31) gas utility business in accordance crowd is expected to start 1 j ji on which they may ,du; t i":" .-
school busses. and there are only two contestants i Charley K Johns Acting
runs for some as .
I in
and 7:30 :Saturday on the M. Johns Itht>r. AH 47 pound'I with a contract recently signed 1 filling Bradford stadium early in : their campaign: 0.-: i
p.m. p.m. for each. run-off will !! Governor
| his i barges that some busses are no was tunning I" fill
Count befoie the ;
of IMSS to the siren call of spinners cast upon the watersThese with Houston, Texas Gas & Oil I order to be on deck when these the pnm.r > H
responded and unfit for children \ be necessary for Sheriff, CountyJudge unexpired term. !
j ; unsamtaiy also reminded all cir.di.i.itheir :,-.- ;1.. .
Company. take the stand. The
interfereith our fishing. two superintendent I
lioys %a> "we don't let politics to tide in At Brooker Tuesd.imght \' and County School Super- This year there are 5.226! regIstered expense statement-! .\1"'
i, Slade said that he did not thinkt race has generattpeihaps -';: intendent. i
than ; Raymond referred to himself Democrats and more than. must be filed by Monda'. M I.> ;
: was right for the city to compete !i more interest any j as "the boy who stirred everyI The total vote cast here next J I 4.000 shQuJ.j. vote if 1ti2's; 80 pet i Darby said that each poi.t: ..
I other the 196: ticket, althoughI (
A Parent Speaks with private enterprise in I on candidates have confinedthemselves I tody up." At an earlier rally he Tuesday is expected to top the cent participation holds true [ party and each candul.iie >? >
'the operation of a utility in both I mark for the first in t .
gas 4.000 time
tc( I stated; his opposition to proposed j Polls will open at 7 a 01 and titled to one watcher at '>,1' n >
;Harke. He pointed out that it in public speeches i I dance instruction in the public history. In the last "big year" close at 7 p.m. next Tuesday. I i ii ing place fiom the beginr.nu: '

I MORE ABOUT SCHOOL BUSSES would be necessary for the city to [ a discussion of qualifications and.1| schools. election I IJOli: I Bradford Countyhad I i Therevill be no Republican the conclusion ot; the ,. e. .T! \
school rather than
'ut the streets in order to install i i problems per.
,61; andsoml'
rl'glstl'rl'd'otE'rs ballot
j the .
in fitst '
,
sucha'i
.j State Senator Charley K. Johns primary. in-e hern u-1 ; -
Both have taken
sonahties. positions -
i
the gas lines and that he doubtedthe :'f.ROO I laiounj So! per cent I therearl' n<> state, '
disttn ;lc '
may or may not use his allotrd.t ( u' In the i ; :1 > \i
Tic 'school l>u issue, which i I Would! Be Needed To ModernizeCount city could make enough out of | in outspoken opposition U( tlll'n.'tlut! to vote count ,
Republican.-
15 minutes as an unopposed can- : It"Je. i 'Ii: \ 'sup. i \ '
children
ha.swen aired at most political| \'s Bus System" You had operating the utility to pay for mixing white .and colored i rfirtatp___n tn___ launch________ a_ hittor__n_. .attack_n'__ _.
the two weeks and stated that the bus system the involved. in schools.Contestants
.tllie
vhii ei was in the past subject of an arti- I been injected as an issue in the The expenses local dealer in the two othei?: against Governor Leroy Collins Early Potatoes Opens Credit Bureau Here
told the
gas I who he described at the Hampton
''If in last week's Telegraph is piesent political campaign, and Council that major courthouse races to be dej
he intended
to fight [i rally last Friday as "a111'1\ ,
ill.sseil below from the view- for this cause the Telegraph ha j cided! Tuesday will not take thE '' : .' .
this (1i.
the
move by City by every haired dictator followed by
"bus sought to Review the situation stand until near the end of tonight's ,. And Beans
own!'r at a palent. Bring : ,
i.leans possible. lie said that he praise for Sumter L. Lowrv .1?
: of viewin IC
from an objective point -0'
of ,
$I' piesenling this discussion Was a wholesaler well program. .
as the
as a retailer foremost exponent of segreg.i- .
order that the be \
mailer of such vital concernt I I better informed on public a matter may of of gas and that if the city Incumbent T. A. Yawn will b tJ! tion among the candidates f.1I 't.

many Bradford County familes to all. went through with its plans he, heard before his opponent Les c Go\'el1or Johns has followvi' Good Prices

The Telegraph has sought to ;'I great You concern stated that sought and would 'ut the price of bottled gas;, i I Green, who is asking to be re-.' this pattern at five previous r.-tl-

ti ve i thorough airing to the en'in''our! infO you mation fromSuperintendent to the extent that theie would be[ tumert to the office that he onci f lies. although:: he arrived late at '0

,em. matter of busses and bus: I I Harmon P. Mor no price advantage for consumers i ; held! in the early days of his poll- Brooker Tuesday night and con- Si;M'! ;4 vegetable: i i u>j p., began "

muttm the belief that the pub- I You to for t ) use the city's natural gas. This. thai career. If he runs true t<3\i I i fined his remaiks to thanking appealing on the St.nke and! .;:;f-
: proceeded print
i: '. .t.-, entitled to consider the the gan.: public the information would make it unprofitable for the.. form. Yawn will review the recon' !' i constituents for returning him to Bioukei State M.nkets this week ).

nitf'-i I from all points of view. gathered from this one man.you 1appreciate city to operate the utility ,he said. ; of his first term in office and wil 1 ; office unopposed. He is expected in light volume, while strawberries -

In thi- first article we printed the interest in publicissues. Slade stated that he came U C'ask re-election on the basis o f t0 continue his anti-Collins pro- showed signs of nearing

,ntirisnis of Paul P..aymornl.Shol your Starke services rendered and the fact thaI 1 the end of their season.
ten and Lowry remarks before
estab
I i I believe that the newspapers sears ago tonight'
Board candidate, concerning -| of our country have rendered l'shed' his business at a time when( j has no outside interests am 1 well-filled stadium. In the six-day period since Wednesday

what he said were "unsani- there j can devote his full time to th,e of last week. 230 11 itc
through the a noble, was a need for such service Th rally at Hampton School
'ap v conditions" on some busses years Ion the : many-sided duties of the count; of berries weie shipped( :nt .ir.
I service to the public. I am writ-. part of consumers. H< last Friday night and the one at
and the inconvenience in connecMm 'slid j judge's office. Green will doubt- average of $S per crate : '
j ing this letter hoping will[ that during this period he had I Brooker Market Tuesday nights
you
with so-railed double runs. less touch on the accomplishment,: gross return of S1.S27 17.
Made contributions to various or- i both drew large crowds.
publish it that the public
W"' then presented an interview may 'I I of his long career as Congress-I So far this season. 10 IM!I:> -
I not have just the opinion of ,gamzations that exceeded the prof- .
: Congressman
ith JVhool Superintendent H P. on :, i man and will pledge himself<1 I Billy Matthews of berries have been ...>".-!! t- '
man from the office of Superintendent i r. derived from the operation 01, : appeared at the
Morgan in uhich he gave reason his spend "more hours per day. peweek 1' Hampton rally Starke market for a tut.,'. ; ,,'
but also the opinion af business in Starke. and
spokin
whhe did not think the condi- per rr.onth" in the office( behalf of his candi- to growers of $ 2.156 ?!
a father and tax-payer. It i if: Following; his brief statement,. : (lacy for re-election from the Sth .
mentioned by Mr. Raymond if elected than other courthouse
Mim.s any Red Bliss potatoes him...!.' -
understood that we do not want .Ir. Slade thanked the Count il foi. District. Roman Alvarez. BUS I
'oulii be remedied without exoensc official. '.
50-pound the
per big on Bi! ;
tax any greater tax burden. although i I hearing him and left. student and FFA speech award -- -
necessitating a large I| Contestants in the third "h-i'7 Market
'ncr..:tsiin Bradford County.Th !I tht>reaJ't' times when taxes can l | On April 13 Mayor W. T. Jack-. league" race that of Bradfon Q' 1> winner spoke at Hampton for $2:60: on Tuesday\\'ednesday.I.tb'nJd, but dropped t :Mi! V"' :.' I' t H I "t. .: ,Ih, '." "h'

letter printed below from relieve a situation that is a ton signed formal purchase conS.1 I County Sheriff -, will ring d'W1the ,i j Guy Andrews of Starke, who ise' ) '''_: ,,. l |h.. I]11" I '; ,..(j'! I I1: p. I. ..( i' e piuvcil Hi 'it i !

greater burden than the tax itself i a candidate to unseat Matthews potatoes were reported loming ..' c- !R '.-.= ..K.Mc; I .
'he parent of children \\ho have I racts for two types of service be. curtains on the local candidat in. which might adversely affect sj i': ;si ik".i.t < ,,MT t !.i" 'd'1 .*-K ... !,!thugo ;
would be. on T.fty 8. Lav-em Outlaw ? H 'i"! ';. In.Mis .-
controversial busses. ween the and the : spoke''F
the City Houstor
<1': ntU ;I speakings. Incumbent P. D Red in this
prices I Uen
j area. So far. thea horseshoe ot on-hi : !
[ I live on a bus route where two .Texas 'F \ for Andrews at Brooker. : Hams staled t lint ,:')
Gas
'IInl1uut the discussion: I & Oil Co. The Counct!I1 I dish will precede his challenge] Brnoker market has
school busses operate one to the "' | been handling h.\- a v.c'llishei on opening d.! t:. ..
L-I two >t'ks1i1 1/
\ w lie-vote'
ad previously committed itself bjesolution r H. A. Law-son. Reddish will like,. The four leading candidates for (
potatoes brought there Wilbur
Brooker Florida .Tunior High School of my own the I j by o f her office here on Tuesdiy. Th.e > :o g.-tting the bmem II,.....tni/
to build a municipal gas; ly stress fact that he operatethe s' Governor -- incumbent Leroye Hague from Hawthorne
30. M! :i6< distiict and one to the SenioiHigh ; and other
April Istribution sheriff's j I.cal credit bureau is sponsored i iiy antI calling on meichantiio '
: system. office at very lilt! Collins, ex-Governor FullerVar-, oiit-of-county areas.
h, EditorJiaiHmd School at Starke. Duringthe Ralph XetI, the Gainesville Credit Bureau .
T' : > : cost to the '-1! prospective members Tinofr.ii: :
The contracts obligate the Citj r taxpayers while Lawson ten. Sumter L. Lowry. and Farris | ties manager of the Brooker'v 'I
\ County Telegraph winter months both of these I rh'ch is a member of Associated located at 124 W. Call!l St istaik.I -
he
I o purchase given minimun may. as did at the Brook:- Bryant have been leprosented l mal keto said it would be another :
Sturke Florida j i busses came for my children befon 1\\ er rally Tuesday l'ii-di: Bureaus of Florida. inc.. j jLssociated / building i will be open dailv;
niht. s.iv: : by speakers at all rallies.
.
{ daylight: The foi I .mounts of gas from the oil com- u -- week or ten days before Brookeri
Deal Su I reasons given "They have tried to hitch A, Ciedit Bureaus nt'jLinerica. :! from S:30:: ant to 5 p m and I i.-
] any which plans to build multi- me tc i farmers start di
The Telesiaph carried an arti- i these early schedules were thai a everything in the ..gingpotatGes J and the National Retail'redit already( in position to an..\\ 1" r.-
the High School bus had :I iilhon-dollar natural gas pipe- ('oun1in' this Funeral ThursdayFor j due to ad't'rsewE'athE'r conditions
of April to stall t '
tht't'.kh' issue c Assn After
le in I race: but I just don't hitch a period of quests for credit rcp<-it.Mn,
27th entitled "Big Tax Increase ;! (Continued on Page Ten I t ine from Texas to Florida byline to fiee. Iinten1 W. B. Parrish ; There may be a few beans next s ix months the Starke bureauill Harris said.
1957. This gas will be lesold stay I am not for week hut heavy bean harvesting
sale at 'pl'ice." v' also be eligible for member- It is planned to lib'i-h: '
Talent Show I hrough a proposed $300,000 mu- In the any i|i At Dedan Church won't get: tinder way for another <;hip in these associations.Mrs collection departmen: for I IUMMUmembers

Motion To Raise |:nicipal system of mains and will I long and gap sheriff between superintendent two weeks, he said. Harris has an extensive in the neai futme

,Set By Lions f' e used in the city's present pow- I for county commissioner candidate school', William Bloxam Parr ish. 56 On the Starke maiket Leor I t';ackground of credit work "'hllrIt I Mrs. : iris and hei hu.-ban ;

e- plant for a period of at least hoard constable died! at his home in Bayard Monday Norman and associates sold 151 h >r husband was in goveinmentervne are residents of Starke and have
and
Meter ::20: years after completion of the justice of night following a short ill- hampers of Red Bliss i
Parking ForMayl1thi I peace will be heard. Judging by potatoes s PI Washington she man- a home in Pinchaven subdiviiior

\ ,pipe-line. the first seven rallies these ness He was a native of Brad- this week for a total of $302

| It has been estimated by the speakers will generate little I ford County and had resided J. R. Wainwright marketed 119 Walter E. Woodin Bradford TrailsIn

Fines Rejected i I committees are functioning City's consulting engineers, Reynolds -! steam although Paul Raymond. in Bayard for the past 15 years hampers of Tendergreen bean

efficiently to make the 19i6 Lions Smith & Hills that savingsof | candidate for School Board from II moving there from Starke. He for $357! on Tuesday and 125! Funeral Services

I Club Talent Show the biggest and from 20 to 70 per cent of their I District Two. may continue his was a member of the Bayard hampers of Black Valentines for Held Thursday j Track MeetDeland

thiee-two vote the City present fuel bills can be realized Baptist Church. $37") on Wednesday. 1
a ittacks
By the
j best ever. General Chairman on practice of double i i
Council Tuesday night rejected a i B. Jy present users of bottled LP ': I Surviving are his wife. Mrs j A light volume of beans. jrf>tal Walter Karl Woodin. 63.: a won the East Florida

motion to install six patented J I Hugh Ingram leported yester- pas, fuel oil. and electric power by Bradford Nine Nellie Parrisn of Bayard; one l toes. and squash is expected next winter lesident of Keystone i Conference track meet last Fnda\

'meter boxes" in which overtime :I day.The changing over to natural gas. The : daughtt'r.Irs.. Hazel Davis, Pen- | week. Heights d-ed in a local hospita1. in Deland, but only after a long

parkers could deposit fines and I annual event will be presented -,engineers estimate that the City' Meets j sacola; one son, Jack Parrish i I Monday night after an illness of hard battle with Coach Rabbi

to raise: the ante from 10 centsto Friday night. May 11. at l.'ould realize a clear yearly profit DuPontAt Pensacola; three sisters Mrs I Rites Thursday several months. Smith's Palatka maroons. Delanri

25 cents per violation. I S pm in the BUS stadium. Fea- of $27,000 from the new utility I Mary Townsend Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. Woodin was born in Sher- and I'alatka lan neckandneckdown
: For
MayorV T. Jackson argued tured will be solo entertainers andI 'after the first three years of oper Home Today Barbara Niles, Miami, and I I Mrs. Noegel man X Y on April 4. 1SS7.; He to the wile. with the win

strongly in favor of the boxes. I I plus a number of novelty ation. Mrs. Jimmy Thomas Baltimore.Mr. Mis. Alesca: Schaeffer Noegel 'started his career with the Art i ii iI ningedge taking place in thelast

which he said would be a convenience groups. i' The engineers reported that an-, The Bradfoid Tornadoes won I .: and two brothers Herman fi6. of Cedar i Metal Construction Co of James- event of the night the
Ihl'rl.dnl'sday
Key.
to the traveling pubile. I acts all chosen by: audition from other $27.000 would be saved an-. ne and lost one on an overnight Parrish Merrulen. Conn.. Ed Par- i at the home of her daughter. Mrs 1 town. X. Y. and in 191S became :,1 mile relay whit h Deland won

According to the present "{'our. the student bodies of Bradford 1 ually by the city through converion -' aseball trip last weekend. In the rish. Graham. ': Louise Davis in Orlando after chief engineer at Croue Hinds! Ii I with Palatka taking third placeThree

tesy ,-ard" system overtime parkers i County sl'hoQls.Irs Dave Paulk of its electric generators from i L ame with New Smyrna last Fri- : Funeral seivices wel e held 'an illness of several months. i Co. Syracuse, N. Y. (In 192": records were broken in

are requested to leave 10, i will set ve as master of ceremonies Juel' oil to gas operation. ay Randall Davis started on the Thusrday morning at 10 o'clockin 1 Mrs Xoegel born ir j he returned to Jamestown. and the six-team meet. The discm

:ents at the nearest drug store or I for the program, which will run Actual construction of the ga i'hili; i, but got wild in the 6th and the Xaugle Chapel! Jacksonville -'Gainesville on May wa.s 2. l"90. Heii j became a prominent real estate mark: of 120 ft. 10 and a half

with a police officer. I for more than two hours. nain system here. to be financedby I vas relieved by Curtis McGee. who with Rev. Floyd Thomas of i parents were the late Chester D broker and builder. For the last :' inches was broken by Max Wilder

The motion to install the boxes''j I Tickets are available from any a proposed $300,000 revenue: imshed the game and did a cred- Bayard Baptist Church, officiat i and Gertrude Schiller SchafferShe 16 years Mr. Woodin had been' of Palatka with a throw of 134

fine 25! ct'ntsas tond issue is l'' table job. ing. Interment was in DedanCemetery ft. 4 inches. The low hurdle
and raise the to I member of the Lions Club. ac- contingent upon L formerly tesided in Starke associated with Security Steel | ?
Councilman Ewell 'ederal Power Commission Bradford 2-1 until i near Brooker with De- 1 record of 22.2 was broken bv
\ made by I cording to Bill !Studstill ticket ap. was leading befoie moving with her husband Equipment Co. of New Jersey.

Lawson and seconded by I. E. sale l'hairman,0 cents for ;' -roval of the pipe-line plan. the 5th inning when Davis ran ),, Witt C Jones in charge of ar- Wm. H. Xoegel. to Cedar Key where he served as manager of Bobby Sims Deland. with the

Clark The motion lost upon nayvotes 'i adults and 2.i!: cents for children. I Starke will be required along, nto a streak of wildness and gave rangements.'Weekend. several years ago. She was a research and development.A I time of 21 &; and Phil Walser of

b\ James .\. Lewis T. C. : Proceeds as usual will be usedin ,with other cities signing gas con: t r:. 5 runs in rapid order. The members: of the Episcopal ChurchBesides A holder of many significant Seabreeze ran the high hurdles ir

_ _ Hazen and Ruby Johns. the Lion-sponsdred project of tracts at this time, to give evie'ente -. final scoie was 6-2 in favor ofJ.ew Drill Set her husband. she is survived -I patents Mr Woodin had been ? I 16.1 to better the record by 1

i pioviding glasses for underpriviInlgtsj in the hearings to show that. Smyrna. : For Company C by four sons: Wm H. Jr pioneer in the development of second.;

Cub Scout Pack : children. there is sufficient demand tc j Leading batters for the day were : Gene and Stanley Xoe t'l. all of steel furniture. During World The Tornadoes could Scone onl\

\ cash pRize of $25 will be warrant the building: of the pipe., '.us Kopelousos and Euue Rush- Co C'. 7ISth; ; Armored Ordnancj Ftaike, and Roswell Xoegel. Orlando War II he directed his talents toi I 11 points and a fifth place finish

Meeting Is Held given to the best act. with other line. t n. with 2 hits each one of Rushton's 1 Bn will have another of its weekend : seven daughters: Mrs the design of special equipment i I among mile its conference opponentsThe

Tuesday awards of $5: and $10 for outstanding j In the event that FPC approval I' being a triple. [ training periods. May 19-20 Shirley Perry. Ft. Lauderdale: for use on naval vessels. He wasa i McGee. relay team 'Tarcia
TO met Edwards.
Pack In Martin and
fur. Scout artists. Maxie Carter is forthcoming, which the engineers .. Saturday's game against De- i The training will be devoted t. Mrs. Dorothy Umstead. OaklandI member: of Central City Lodge ;i iXo the ;
Methodist lecrea- sprint relay team (
night in the : .I Jr.. prize committee chairman have stated is almost a cer-' land the Tornadoes looker "ke a specialist training in mechanics I I Park; Mrs Louise Davis and Mrs 30. F. & A M. of Syracuse. Covington
and
Cubs Prescott
100( Godwin.
with lunch Noegel
ion building current said there will be two prizes for tiinty. then plans will go ahead I of pros "whereas on Friday I supply administration communi- i Frances Clark! both of Orlando: X Y. and Mt. Tabor Lodge Xo took fourth ea. h

oarer ts piesent The" the white and two for the colored immediately here according tc' anyone could have called us the cation, blacksmith work. an. Mrs Mary Burns Atlantic City. 7SQ 100F. Jamestown N' Y. fl place for a total o'
illu.irated i points. The
"Birds! other :i
wag
momni\ theme. interesting mQvie'at'r ''i i schools with one prize for each 1 resent plan to begin construction I Rmky-Oinks. according Coach i other training applicable to a. X. J.: Mis. Betty Madison. Edge- J Surviving arp his wife. MIJ. were scored by Jerome F.dwanL-points

by an : a skit. ;'school othti than BUS partu-ipat- cf the gas system to meet the J Joe Hull. Bradford collected 12 j ordnance company. This train I water: and Mrs. Maxine hancock Hazel Mohr Woodin of Keystone; in the pole'a ult.
Birds"
'\\ and hits in all, and beat DeLand 5-2.
m i !, in to" I.peliiuwhen it airivesX. I ing will be held at the Stark Travares: one brother. Roswell two daughters. Mrs. Howard .
Summary of
team -
presentedV
RII"I'ah.h..rs. sen!'' p-'-
Tn. Kopelousos the
was
only man on T.
Schaefer of Gainesville
Wait. Rrooker
armory. : and Mrs. Frede- ; land
f Den 4. the team who didn't *3; Palatka. S-'i: : Seibreez.-
: get a hit. I The unit will! not have and 20 J'rand.hildren.Fuitt'ral nek Linley Jr.. Cranford NJ..: ,
Mrs. E. Todd i any 51: Ketterlinus. 23
Mary Bradfoi l
; ,
Mnu awards wereh..n: for | M. Smith To Edwin Johns was starting and services u
: I Units iinnl May 19. were held and one brother. Lloyd Woodin. New Smyrna, 8
in :achievements. and Cub- : Passes At Brooker winning pitcher. Although he The personnel of the unit will Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock Eizabeth, NY' Bradford
.n.iaji W R. Miller gave a shore Head Post 56 needed help from Davis in the 6th report to the ', in Mount Zion Church near Lake High ends its -gula-
j
Mothers of boys I Glen armory Saturdaymorning Funeral sen'l(PS were hr Id ir trark season this week in Game---
aik "I r. health. inning. Reddish turned in City with nt'Fred Verkes officiating
[ Mrs: Mary Emma Todd. SIdied at 9:30: -
served refreshments.Hov I I .. fine job the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel l i iI ville. They are part ipatmg in
Den r defensively. Interment
ti > was in the
the Cub | Monday night at the home X. M Smith. local: agent for theSeahO'rd Thursday morning at 10 o''lock'' the district (group) meet whuh
to join In
wishing of her Mrs. C. CStetenson Tuesday's home game against : : family plot in the church cemetery -I
daughter.
j j lUilroad. was elected:I Cancer Workers with Rev. W. S. is held each year for the
Tack are asked to contact Mrs Bolles.'t Curtis McGee (10th grade ; McAHley. pa5toiof purpoheof
Brooker. after
I I of an I Commandei of Post 56. Am l'icat'Ll."g'1lln the First Presbyterian Church j I qualifying for the state tral'kmf't't
n Tillman. extended illness. ; took the hill and turned in a fine Still Seek Funds
at the annual election ol I I officiating. Interment '! to be held at the ir
will be com- \ was in' of F
Th) next meeting \\\chore, giving up only 4 hits. But i
at Strickind1 -I Funeral services were helj Wed- I officer* held Wednesday night ol' ; :State's Attorney I Hillcrest :Memorial Park at I i next week ThP first three winners
bin.-d with a picnic 'a few walks and a couple of errors Collections in the current Cancer -
j nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock inthe i last week I Gainesville. Masonic rites at thegraveside in each event earn the
( Landing; on June 5t p.m. by his teammates spelled out j Fund drive have almost reach- :i Hears Witnesses nghr
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j Antioch Baptist Church, fol- Other Post officers eleoed: al were under the direction to participate anti the Tornado
;: a0 defeat for
the Tornadoes that was assigned I
ed the SSOO quota
owed by interment in AntiochCemetery. Joe Wood. 101; 1 i i will be
of Bradford to
this time were: Lodge No. 35 striving qualify for th
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Recent Births Belles also had a big boy on the to Bradford County. but State's Attorney E Duncan I I
Williams Th 2nd i state
masF"Un..ral I vice commander: Jerry Gay. i IF & A.M meet.
I i moundtheir all-righthander;workers will continue soliciting!: was in the courthouse Monday '
Home of Gainesville was commander; T. C. Hazen I
The Bradford County Hospital vice 1 Lynn Higby. He gave the Torna-I through this month in an effort: I and Tuesd-iy !interviewing wit-
I in charge of arrangements. i finance officer; R. C. Dampieri I
announces the following births: : jcioes only one hit. a scratch sin- to attain membership in the Two\ i 1 ness prior to filing his informa1 -! ELECTION: D.\" STANDS i iI FELLOWSHIP DAY
Survivors
include three other
Jack Trawick sergeant II
Mi and Mrs. J. C. Barton of i hostorian; : i gle by pitcher McGee. Errors are I Hundred Per Cent Club, Miss'1, tions for the spring term of cir- I I AT FIRST CHRISTIANMay
daughters Miss Gussie Todd Orlando at arms: C.V.. Colson. adjutant:, St. Edwards Altar Society will
Staike Sherry Ann. I said I I He will return for
a daughter. | still plagueing the Bradford defense -Dorothy Alvarez. chairman cuit court.
Mrs Mary Hunter. Brook-
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SSibley. chaplain I
April .:::1. I and W. another half day before completing sponsor a refreshment stand on Fellowship Day will b"
,, an er and Mrs. Annie Jones, Bran- Jimmy Gay of the athletic dcpartmer.t I I Court Street all day election day.
Mi and Mrs E i Hatchet of Today ( Friday) the Tornadoes are being made for a i'I his questioning. held at the First Christian Churchon
foid: one sol Wilson Todd. of the University o, [ 8, where they will sell soft
I May
Middlebiug.! a daughter. Judy i play DuPon at home at 3:30 p m., : Cancer tag day to be held next!!I,1 A heavy docket is predicted for Sunday. May 4. beginning a-
Brooker and two brothers. Kellie i
: i the athleti
I Florida. discussea dnr.k5. hot and
TUrlene. April 37. 'i and next Tuesday it will\! be OcalaI Tuesday election day I. the chair.. the spnng term which gets under dogs! hamburgers 10 am. There will be a program
and F.lh.Harde*. both of Gairot's.I I
i : there ] baked
Mi .11Il! Mrs Leonard: Gnffis of vil'.e! program I I here same tune man also announced i way Ma\ 14 goods. worship and pavle: :

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tractor doctor Herm Hamilton to':' Harold Wilkinson, Joan Bell, Sara 5th grade -- Patty Parnh I f -- ------- --
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editorial get her going again. Can't letj i Mae Griffis, Etta Fay Harris Betty Siullev, Mary Kilgoi ---- -- -- ---- : --- -- -- -

her stand the way she is, for, 2nd grade Sharon Griffis. 16th grade -- Billy Whiteheul
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machinery sure does go from ba.lt I 3rd grade Mary Copeland Elizabeth Stanley I

to worse when standing idle. Peggy Lucas, Alene Sweat. Jant i 7h grade Henry \\'l'ill'tu"n: ,

Once every four \'tarthe politicians take over one issue S,'ully, Shirley Iliggmb">tham, Lin,"!"aWatets I

01' The Telegraph This i issue is "it" for 1956.; Of necessity At last we have some fruit in.: 4th grade -- Harriet Stanley. I I I

many of our regular features are crowded out of the paper'' our little ou'hard we planted along I II I

this week. including the editorials to make mom for all of I time agoe have some I Ipersimmons > OTICE I !

the officeseekuho haw re'luestedpace.: Although \\ei I on our tree and while \utu.r iheul.x' given that th. f..Hitting drs.Iibrd. Itui-; u .. I ,

regret having to omit some of our regular material we be- I mast people can H'e'ery well if I sold at public ,tuition '.n the 1-t del ..f lunr, I'JJo at City Hall, r.'s ?.' I If"r ...IQuantity
Maikr, the Counti uf l.iacltiinl Male uf 1-1"iHia to |pay the .tlB"I.,1; <]I.
lieve that most of readers will find the I they never taste another persimmon .
our political messages Taxes hfifin art' "p|>i''itr to the saiiir, togethlier with all CI':" i I u

in this issue interesting, as well as informative So gi\e': we like them if they are al- suit sale and a.h..ni'iJlg -- I,

"the boys" a break and read their ads this we'k.lot of t lowed to ripen. IIe.'eription ., '1'. It tirr- OnurrOnnrr '.lair
t !>,.%<.i.npliMit ', 'I'. It. trrr'i la\r. i ii |
them have waged fair and reasonable campaigns and this is .
i Lot 1 <>f Blk V in I
their final message to you before going to the polls next We have only a few hens I left handing s l, C L. WeEugene .,h. I
(la big fat thief stole most of VSMI ft of \ 105; ft

Tuesday j jnnnnnnnnlHH1 them a time ago) but it seems! ..1 E4 of XW I
(.f SEri ofE!. I II
; ,,;,;;II;;_;";'''======= I:;' that we get a lot of eggs from EX VV 40 ft :!S Ii 22! llunl: v. nights Reserved Prices (,ood Thru Saturday May ,">th
I'them.. This is a common story I II I w': of K>t of XVV', I IIi
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I I I of hVV'V, 2; 22 i F. J. Shaw : '
for we've heard a lots of cases
l's: at XW Cor of I -
EST 1879
II where folks get a very high percentage VV i. of SVV",. Uun --- ;:r
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS of eggs in a little flock. 1ao! ft for I-OB. I I'I

I N100ft1V'50ft I
@ PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY I 'I S 100 ft. t: 50 ft VAC-PAK (Limit One with Food Order)
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i There are some beautiful to ruf 22 Ii -2 W. J.: H.mttrs.rL'rg I '
SVV Tor orNVV
at
UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD "spuds" on display at The Tele- l, of :WII & '

graph office grown by our friend, I Itun E tong ',
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND i I sec Liar ;eo ft for
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER CLASS j Mr Seiraer, who was written upi I'OK X :200! ft. E Astor Coffee LB. 69c
THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879. i several weeks ago for his "hobby I ;;) ft S 200" ft to '.

X5744555'' ri;r; S S S tirSrSS tFarmer's farm" on the old Kingsley Lake Sec LineV Alongi
II Set Line 50 ft
road east of town These beauties I,i J I to I'OI 22 6...-. L"1.' 1.. 1111 'r: I II
Com at SVV 'or of
the value of
DiaryBy prove once again
I NVVi, of S\C'4 - -- ,_.._ :
While other Irish | "< M'
irrigation po- Iun E HO ft, X _: '
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Sam McGarvey tato growers in the county haven't: %,10! ft. E 50 ft
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even started digging yet and will I Ft E jo''ft's 200 -

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have poor quality and yield be-I, ft, vv ;o ft to fun 2" 6 22 rnt:
calf. and a sow c'an t be botheredto I at SCt.r of
i cause of cold and drought, Mr.i .
frisk around with the pigs butif I! :\VV'. of SVV,
i Seimer already has Irish potatoes Kun E 4t>0 ft X
the youngsters have playmates. I, on the market. Water made the i( 230 ft. E 100 ft SHORTENING (Limit One with Food Order)

they have fun just like hildren i for POD, X 200 ft,
diffeience The cold didn't hurt I I E iO ft. '
his neatly so bad because he f.. vv" so; ft u.POR 22 6 22 11)1. "!befitI !
While milking old faithful Joy ( Com at SIC Cor ofI LB.
( kept them wet. J I SVV''. of S\\ ',
I I Bake Rite 69c
thiweek, 3
Sam couldn't help but S I Run: Jo: ::',1fI for CAN
1'01". X 100 ft. Ko
think of the that
changes in him smcsi It understanding
was our
1 I ;;; ft. s 100 ft, w ,
i he first came here seven years the natural I gas pipe lineva? I :.\1 ft I.. I-OB 22 6 22 J"II' -V van 1 1i

Looks lik*' the wonderful ram ago Then he was a "city slicker" : coming this way in the future. I nom at SIC Cor of ill
NVV 14 of SW. .
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we had last week broke the terrible : and hardly knew one end of a but judging bv the atmosphere at ( Kim E 460 ft, X -- q -. -. -,- '- -, - -- --"- -'-,- -,-- -.
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drought whuh had most cow from the other, but more some of our political rallies last 4
I I En; ft, X 200 fti ,
'drilling around here at a standstill than that he had the typical cit::; 1 week it must bp here already i VV 50 fl. S 200 ft -r -- -
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and threatened ruin Our d.veller's lack of feeling for Nature ana leaking hadlv to 1'OB 2a 6 22 ;' !:h.,1' t _- -- -- ------5----- ----_-=--------
i roil at XW Cur of
place expended to the almost two t Now havingb'en hook1y /'.! I: Klk 2 S of I: :2 ,
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inihe.s of badly needed rain as if I : a cow once, and having milked 'yvYytvyvvvYRtvvvyvy 'I I f..r K: & a Kun i'Ol"S, 60 HUll ft HERSHEY'S (Limit One with Food Order)

it had been given a tonic. i for a long time, he doesn't know E: 60ttS5Uft1V
iI I I r
j much more, but at least he doe MAXVILLE .;0 ft. X ;i;11 ft toI'OP. I

The berries, particularly the know one end from the "utter. in Temples.s Kill I:lUiSonVillmii 4 I
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I' KX UVVI.nt 21 6 !: 1'1 LB.
Missionary plants, popped out with ioldnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA II of lilk S iniah.lgan \ \ .. I I., SUGAR 5 39c
I By Sirs.! C. B. :?\ \ Pal: r
new growth almost o\ermght A Saw some tobacco ovei at'OJthin sit BAG !
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I..t : of Ink :2 in
few days later, they were a sightto ;I \\ ton Springs the other n..lmgan,11 H.uny Cohen

behold; the bushes were covered day which certainly looked pretty I..I 'II of Klk :? Ill Cm us n,illiaiI ..
I >. Elected S UI..iv
I'T.Offi'r. C.ahaRan
with the most bloom we'vee't'r It was at the 13-leaf stage, and I Daniel Boone I'Tmet last u U of Blk .. I. ,
The Willis -
seen Looks like we may I irrigation was the reason it is 27. for the purpose .' in-. Cahagau SII > if nLot -- : : : .-:; : ,- _:::: : ',:
Fndav April I of nk 2 in4ahagan -- --- ----- --- --- -- --- -- -- -
get a good crop of "May" berries growing off so fast. Talked to for the iom- I S D \ola Harden I 'I t I
of >It'clingofficers
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| Wilbur Blown who has the plant- i Lot ': of ilk 2 in .
Those ('host'n.wer Lt-\\ 'Im"" J 'I I Itu
Thrip and cutworms are still in? and he said that the irrigation -: ing year. (I fianagan: S [> LONGER LASTING SUDS
I Kilgore president:/ 2 of IIk 2 in .
giving us a fit The way we've paid him because it helped Mrs Raymond ,' tGa h ag S,I> .n.rBi: flriffi'iEstrlle I :

dusted that patch it's hard to be-I, him get a good stand. ,' )Irs, C. B Nolan, vice president; j I Lots !>, 154 of Ilk tin Vdktll- I 1,
Mrs E M Feagle 2nd vice plesi- t Cahasan S/l, PKG
lieve could
that a single cutworm
I..t s ,,f ink 1 in
i Joe Lucas, treasurer I II Giant Surf 59CHUNT'S
< dent Mis
have lived but this week Alice Our old flea-hound. Leo is in : i I lialiagan; S, I' EX ONLY
secretary Aaron
and Irs Earl Cannon 1, K/VV Iolley J
was finding as many as six of trouble! Alice left him in the
( officers will be installed at Lots d. 22 of ilk 1
the climbing variety. On one plant house while she was selling some The I i in llaliacan S 'D T. r. Coed 4'
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the meeting on May 9 Lot 1 & 2 of Lilt 24 I II
she found the worm in a berry. J berries and when she came back. I.ipnni. Flower* .t :
of Ill N-Keno S'l I
Between the bugs and the poor the scoundrel had gotten up on Miss Gloria Higgmbotham I| I.1.1 <> of Blk 19 in DELICIOUS FRUITCOCKT
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overnight IITI' J
profits a farmer's life "is not a the kitchen table and eaten a Jacksonville was an I X-Il'no SDi I
at the home of Mr and Mrs i,All Wi, of 181k 3 '
happy one" package 'of pecan rolls and a guest S of It 4 \\ KI *

I quaiter pound of butter! In his, ', Leslie Sweat and family last I ,.f VV Line of I I II AIL 300 19C

Some sights around a farm ( big robbery he spilled the salt Tuesday night. !I \K 4 ,,of S,1I >sVA'iTeniile %1''II 22 .-' Kiifu- Kig-b I. I II CAN

though, are hound to gladden your and being a dog he did not know I Mr and Mrs Buford Higgin- I I U"t 9 of Klk :i in .Mini! T\ ")ll I 'I I

heait The other day we watched 1 Ithat when that happens von must I ho:ham spent the day with their :' stint"m I'l' A...f'rrs Int S of IKi >

as two of the little Lull calves : throw some over your left shoulder II soninlawand daughter. Mr and i S Line Ser 28n

played and frisked around a or you'll have bad luck If th'hung..y -; Mrs James Waters antI family in 'I ith W Line of I
ST Kli 20 Run
paper' sack which was being blown monster doesn't quit his Law lev last Sundiv. I NLV along nn '
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I Tender Flavorful
bthe wind. How the little thieving:, he'll get more than sal. Everyone will he glad to learn :llili,' ft I.. r B.
WI.\ :::4 ft, Xl.2 .\
rascals jumped and ran and had ; over his left shoulder. I Griffis able
I that Uncle Pete was ::'_, :; ft, ELY
fun' It's easy to see why calve I to return home from the Baptist 64 6 1 ft, KLY 'Eat-Rite'

01 pigs do better when they have ,I Katnnka, the tractor U ailing. I Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville I I, "Along 111'\., '01.11fa Kit of toST A : CHUCK! ROAST LB 33CRound

company to play with. Xo big She can't or won't get up and gi i Monday He seems to he getting Kl, SLY

old cow has time to play with a : and we..... going to have to call in : along nit'(>ly.I ft Along to It Kl tilTlk 24K03: 28 I 22 H 1TII' ...crKd ,-, ',"

I Misses Grace Hanes and Jewel]I 6 in L T &
-- -.-. CM* t>, I' .:X BoneSHOULDER
Higgmbotham. and J, D and \Vil- K VV Htnitt" II I'

lard Padgett attended the car: I.: TS ft of Lot *. ofBlk I I

at the Jacksonville speed la 111 L T & Enoch I I. q 'Eat-Rite'
I rates Tyson
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I way Sunday afternoon Lots 1 & 2 of Blk ROAST LB 43C

Mr and Mis Earl Wilkinson I 14 inLT&COS
I J. D Came Turner 14
A .
i and son of Ja'ksom'ill'isitl't'I VV iof Elk 2* of
I L T & ('08 S/D -- M f:. Roberts I"
with )Ir. Wilkinson's patents Mr
Lots .-, 4 of nik 40 'Eat-Rite'Tender Full Cut Round Sirloin
$ ..95doublydetailed I and Mrs Drew Wilkinson Sunday in L T &. COS or
Mr and Mrs C. B Nolan ana I 8 D Lilly & Lonni"I

I family spent Saturday in Jacksonville I. .Lot 1 of Ilk 4in .. Jackson link.- .', J4 i Lb T-Bone Lb

I L T & (-Itc S!I) John H. Hi.k- I 7 i STEAKS 69C JftC
I I ot 7 of P.Ik :30 in .
M-Sgt Raymond Kilgore spent
tc i I. T & ('osIIP E. nrydt'n :: h 2 ,
I 1 the weekend with his family here, VV :.I ft of Lot Sfi I
Mrs Ralph Wilson of Jacksonville vv r,6 ft of x% of
I' 1.0tl of Klk 19 ill Fred J. Morrow lr 20 j Quality ControlledHAMBURGER
.YI I spent Sunday in Maxville i Tt-mlll. ,\liP i
with her mother. Mrs. Haiti> Lots s, I I P.Ik 2r in Tramples William n. Ward J II I'
Nolan and 'Eat-Rite'
family. Lb
i API' : Pkg. $4.00
We are all glad that D J Lots I & 2 of nik 31: '- Punline Thoma- 40V 3 ,
I in Preks1 ADD
Pain.sh is improving after a iecent
('oni at SE Cor of I
; ? NA illness NK'i of SKS of ,I

K t"l' Mr and Mrs Leslie \\'('at'r n \R t. & P.UII X
i ? fit Mt 1!> ft \l 107 ft for !
c visiting out on Clay Hill Sunday .V POP. nun X Lean BeefSHORT
r ,11tI afteinoon IH ft. W 100 ft. I

Mrs F B Coleman: and son I I S 11.ft.E100ftto Pi Ki 24 I 22 -. 5. \ H.I..n; I I' 7: 'Eat-Rite'

Donme, spent the div with Mrs' I I.jt i! at XE (',.r of'I RIBS LB 29C
s tl, of XE'4I
Oizelle Sweat Ttlt'!;.h -. :
'I' o i I! Run: W.I ft.POR
I 100 IVr tent Attendamr : -n ft to I
\t x<'hool Thn F: HO ft. S i I
: | :.1fl, W Lan ft. X I
1 The students having peifect :.0 ft to POP. 29 6 i.rte I:u. !kle r ,I; SUNNYLAND 8-12 Lbs. Avg.

tg attendance recor.i at the Maxvnll* rv 0::: tr ft A'of' XEi
i Cor ofV I. of
Y School over the period of March I I VK>, of SElf of Full Half Whole

11 thtough April 2i> are as follows : XE, nun S 140 HAMS or
j : ft \\ till ft tot LB 45C
: : I I' pop.: S 200 ft. W
Is fitft, \ 200 ft,
: grade Roger ChiL;on ::: ,
E J20: ft to pun 2"' 6 22 Fin.: : 1'1'! 1 rnt ,', ,'-'
'XEI. ..f XWL, EX I II I
A in SVV Cor &:
VOTE FOR F2 \ in NE I
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D. B. (Dick) ThomasFor I..,t 9! ..f P.Ik III
C I VV Haves S II Hattie F.. & Clinl.( "
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L..t 7 Thru 14 ..1'
Ink 4 ..f 1.: IC FANCY Golden
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If y&u like 0 lot of fashion for just a little money and o REPAIieS IN TIMEBUILDBRS Fancy Firm RipeTomatoes

here's your light, cool cotton by Basila. Slip into it I ,

without worry of wrinkles it's fine mercerized, ; Determined .

crease resistant, rto-iron cotton. The sculptured bodice

fits to perfection, the stripe-effect swirls! horizontally
In His Fight For: 2 25c
for extra Interest, the double shoulder straps lead toe LBS : .1

perky bow in bock Sea-nine: pocket, side zipper. GOOD GOVERNMENTLAW I

Stay-bright, machine-woshsble colors of red or green. ENFORCEMENT

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.. ..VYVIIIYVIYIVYYYVVYV1 I. Mrs. D. M. Starling and Mr. and I Mrs. Aubrey Hazen during the i Teachers Reminded;;; -- -- in conne tion with a recent incident -

:\11';;. p.a1son! in Jacksonville weekend. at the Brooker school ir "

BROOKER Sunday.Mr Mrs. Laura Perryman of Not To Keep Bus which several pupils were kept

and Mrs Hal Y. Mames Gainesville was the weekend after < lass, necessitating peua''
Pupils After SchoolA
By Mrs. E. K. CastlenIligham and daughters of Lake Butler gues; of Mrs. Joe Kclley.: Also anang'rl1t'nl.for! their tianspit.ition. ,--
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. B. \'isitinglr8.. Kelley during the .
( standing rifling:: prohibiting
Colson Sunday.Mr. i weekend were Mrs. Martha Polk.
I I Since the
Bradford County teachers from ruling is already :r.
and Mrs. I* C. Robinson of I and Mr. and aG's. Joiner of '
H.adIT AA keeping children who use they force, no motion was made, bn-'}
Clermont spent last week with Trenton, Fred Shaw of Bronson.
> 'he April :26 meeting of the I ( busses; after regular school hour'I the individual members of ti;.
Mrs. Rachel Green. Mrs. Green j and Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas
Brooke, PTA W. E. Bigham Jr., I| was reaffirmed by the Board of board reiterated their instruct! >n-
i Enterprises, accompanied them home for a j Iof Lake City. i Public Instruction at !lp'cial'meetin ,
owner ot Bigham a to Superintendent }Ilrn1llnIO!_ n r
short \'isitlrrs. Sorry to hear that Muriel Mann J I '
was elected president of the PTA last Saturday. that the poly ) be stuctlv rC- ,'..
Nita Dyal of Starke spent' has the
for the coming year. Other of- mumps. The teachers have been asked'to forced. I NUTLEY Colored Quarters
the week with Mr. and Mrs. Leo | All the Mann gills: and Mrs
(leers elerted were: vice president, find other means of punishment i
Drat airs and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal. 1 Lydia Crosby Rev.
Mrs E B. Castlen; secretary, accocmpamed for classroom misbehavior I THE RIGHT 1'OINT for the
and Mr. and airs Maurice 1 and Mrs. I
Dyal Truby Parrish
Mrs Wilson Green; treasurer, to their in cases where the children must way you write. Come in and select -
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. i home in Santa Fe '
Mrs R. A. Nettles Jr The outgoing Sunday afternoon catch school busses to get home jour faxorite F.sTKRBKO.OK Special Price
Dyal during the weekend were Mr for a short visit.
president is Mrs. J. C. I The question had been raised Fountain; pen. TELEGRAPH.
and Mrs Harold Sorrels of Jacksonville I I
Harrell. who had served for two I Mr. and airs Buddy Water
According to PTA bylaws -I and Mrs. J. F. Eller bee I of Tampa spent the weekend with .
;years of Panama City. I Mr. and Mrs. Bob I = Ib
Thomas.
ctn
one can serve only -
person Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrison of I I MARGARINE 1 19C
two consecutive years. Mrs. Har I Jacksonville were visiting stir and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and I Vote For
rell has done a rrmarkble job., I son, Jesse, and Mrs. Groover atA'P
.I Mrs. C. S. Kelley and Mr nad I
Mrs. Whitten's home room won Thomas visited Mr. and ails. ,
the attendance count. Hostesses Mrs Lloyd Dyal. i I Oren Dekel, Mr. and Mrs A. C. I II D. B. DICK
Rev. and Mrs. John T. James ( ) THOMASI
for the evening were Mrs. Theo and daughter of Raiford were i|I Townsend and Mrs Alice Townsend I Cold Stream Fancy
Dyal, Mis. Russell Green, Mrs in Jacksonville last Thurs- :
visiting Rev. and Mrs. C. B. I I
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G. E. Green, and Mrs. meet Lloyd Stallings MondayMr. i I day. : FOR CONSTABLE -- District One I II PINK SALMON 'l-Ib can Sic
last
Wood. The next and I Mrs. Benny Thomas and Eii en'' I lona
ing of the year will be May 24. and Mrs Woodrow Thomas I Thomas, and Janet Thomas, Chris II \1 Fam'All GreenASPARAGUS
!\Ir... Given Has Birthday and children spent the day Sunday I|, Coi'bet, and Marcia Shealey of (Lawtey, South Starke, North Starke) I
with Mr. and Mrs. F.. cJ i[. CUTBEETS 18-0
Mrs. G. E. Green was surprisedon can
I I I Gainesville attended services at i I 33c
her birthday last Friday when Lewis in Statke. [I,: Pine Level Church Sunday. I, lie Mill protect our school children] entering and leaving I
Mrs. Ernest Edwards Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gainey was admit I school busses in northern part of the County. i lona Full PackTOMATOES
I G A. Gay and Austin Gay werevisiting
Mrs. Bill Bigham, and Mrs Lloyd ted to the St. Vincent's Hospital II I E E S
Layj j
A. V.
Wood asked her over to The Monday and will undergo major I field and-Mrs.Mr. and Mrs.Emma Giy in1:i lie will NOT interfere in North or South Starke unless 2'-lb cans 21c

County Kitchen for a cup of coffee surgery Tuesday. We do wish I Trenton recently.. asked to accompany the Sheriff. You have police pro
and had a delicious birthday her a speedy recovery. tection and deputy sheriff. Law ley and north end of Hills 0-Home Brand
cake. They enjoyed a very social I Also list this I I Mrs. G A. Gay spent a few 1-lb cans
on our SICK week our County needs. protection. 2 19C SQUASH 2io-ozpks
days last week in Jacksonvillewith i 25'HillOIIome
evening.Surprise, is little Billy Bigham. Hope he I
I' Mr. and Mrs Gerald) Gay :, (I'd. I'ol. .\tlq
I'arty will soon be well. and family. j I ...... (COLLAR!
John Burr, principal of Brooker The seventh and eighth grades !
Junior High School, was please a trip to Silver Springs i I J. T. Parrish and Austin Gay I GREENS 2 10-ozpk 23C
spent Friday night ani Saturday
ently surprised on his birthday Saturday. Accompanying them I
April 15, when the students of were John Burr and Bill Terry. I with their grandmother. Mrs. J.I I West Peak
R. Parrish, in Palatka.Mr.
7th and 8th grades brought a Mr. and :'t11 s. Kenneth Russ of A & P
I and Mrs. Bobby Dyal spent :, REELECTH. STRAWBERRIES "
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lovely cake with green and yellow Cocoa and Edna Mae Russ of 33'
the weekend at Santa Fe Lake.
icing, saying "Happy BirthdayMr Apopka were weekend guests of I I
Burr." Then with cookies, Mr and i Mrs. Ernest Russ. Anita Drawdy spent a few j SLICED Sultana BrandBLACKEYE

cake and soft drinks, and even a Mr. and Mrs J. W. Brown of | days last week with Mr. and Mrs | '
birthday gift, it was a wonderful Hawthorne spent Monday with Man'in Stokes in Edgar. A.Buddy( ) BISHOP JR. PEAS 16-ozcan iQc
I Mr and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and i
parry Mr and Mis. R. F. Gano. j BEETS E E S
City Coun11ll'ftin: 'I Little Sherry Beth Gano of I sons and Mrs Frank Snatcs of

The city council met at the, Augustine is spending the St.1 Palatka wee visiting Mr. and I pnRESERVEr.No.2
26 to discuss I Mrs. Roy Green and family Sun-I 59c
civic center April with her grandparents, airs and COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict '
plans for the city park The Mrs R. F. Gano day.Mrs. 303 cans A&P Sliced i
Club members Ethel Parrish of Palatka 2 23C
Garden :
Brooker We
are very glad to have
were asked to meet with them. Mary Green home after spending Mrs: j I visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish PINEAPPLES No. 2 can 27c

.
I and family Monday.Mrs
There was much discussion as toj some time in the hospital in I
the lot purchased for the I! Frank Genevor of Gainesville -
selling Gainesville. I ? J County I
park and seeing if it would bej i Mrs Flora Green anj 111's.1 Mr. is spending a few days with : | I,II I DRESSED{ :AM) DRWN. BROILER SIZE
possible to lease or buy the lots LaDora Bryan of Gainesville and Mrs. Genevor and family ,, I
directly in front of the schoolhouse Tuesday with spent I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cobb of Three m at I
their sister, Mrs i'a. Grade Ib
thus making it possible to Aubrey Hazen. Daytona Beach were recent guest \ A&P TURKEYS 49C
and of Mr. and Mrs Tim Thomas
Combine PTA, Garden Club Wmfred Hazen, of Gainesville I! I
-ity funds for playground equipment i and) Mr. and Mis. V. V Hazen Mts Candella Jerald and sonSteve I S. Starke \K f Large I WHOLEBEETS
Much discussion was heard, i and Marcia I and Bud Fowler of Hamp II II I
Kay
little settled. It was Furlong of ton were visiting Mrs. DoshiePrescott II I
but very Staike were visiting Smoked or Super-Right Half or Whole
Mr
I
agreed that the City Council and I and Thursday.

the Garden Club appoint a com-i I I E E S HAMS Smoked Ib

Names nuttee to of look the committee into the matter.will be I Iannoun.'ed W. S. (WALT) SIBLEY He has \\orked for economyin County (;Joernmentwhile i 49C

at the same time cooperating: to ji\e the citizensof '
later, all had not ,
ail Solicits 303 1
beenon!at ted. Bill Terry has ': Your role and Support for Bradford County !better roads and! other improvements 2 cans 5C Morton's Beef Chicken
I Turkey
made a nunia'ure! ideal park complete of ins such or
a county
grow ; prosreHe!: as ours.
with rest looms and stoi.igf r : SCHOOL BOARD I II I for
room This is one of the most |I POT PIES 4 a9C

complete plans you can imagine I ., DIST 4 l VOTED ON COUNTY-WIDE) He As -- Honest B.ll'l'icllCOllrcolls
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for a small community and i> 4lp 20 YEARS U
EXPERIENCE
C AS A TEACHER
yen modem in every respect ands BUSINESS MAN. AND
verv interesting to see It will / J ; BER OF METHODIST MARRIED.CHURCH.TAXPAYER.SHRINER.MEM 'Let's Elect EVERYBODY'S Buddy' DIM t (apt John's Headless 12-OX I'ht..

be displayed in front of the G E "VI 1) AMERICAN LEGION IF ELECTED WILL WORK CftC

Green Grocery store, and everyone F TION TO IMPROVE SCHOOLS. BUSSES AND RECREA TOR CONTINUED:) PROGRESS(; : .AM) ECONOMYIN : TOMATOJUICE GREEN SHRIMP
is invited to see it and make I PROGRAM. AND MAINTAIN OUR SOUTH
I
anv ,-omments or suggestions A t ERN WAY OF LIVING AND THE INTERESTS I COUNTY GOVERNMENT; : : I I I
.r ar-iJSt.._ t.J OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE
this J is a community project von COUNTYWIDEI'd.

are involved and asked to take ( I'ul.II\'.) (IM.\ P..I. Aih.) J I E (apt John's Just Heat and Eat: 10 OZ I'hd;

par n vou so desire.
Mr and Mrs. Bishop Thomas' I TICKS 29C'
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and (a mil' spent Sunday with No. 2 Can

Mr and Mrs H. 11. Lewis in I I 11C 1
StaikeUrooker I !!
\ UMS Meets I i III I! I (apt John (JuickFrozenOYSTER 10 OZ C'tN25c

The nrooker WMS met at the RE-ELECT '
I I
Church last Friday. Mrs. Wilson iw" STEW
f Ill t ta
+
Green opened the meeting with '
prayer Mis :'01. O Harrell, president -I I I jlil'I! ,

presided at the business T. li'!::' :: New
ml'etinan.1 Mrs Ernest Lester!I ialll

had
on the work
also a report

t Christian nt the Auxiliaries.HomeVtnk I j' ( ) ,'; ; 1 BANANAS pound 11C

Sundav May 6. through May 121 j jis Ii 1 1I CREAM
I
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designated; "Christian Home II III "
Week at Brooker Baptist j YOUR FULL TIMECOUNTY g I'' FIRM RIPE

Church The pastor Rev. C. B.I| .

Stalhngs membei s, home plans during to visit this in weekMarket every |; I illll! 19C169A pound
; TOMATOES
In Full Suing '!( !! 1 17
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!!!
imo We of ue war happy is that here at again last that- ,I; JUDGE IIL1J ( J

I I FRESH .
(BEEN
harvest With the freeze, dry | II HARD HEADWater
weather and harsh winds that !I

the farmers have had thus far '
it seemed as though harvest was I'' i Made Quality CABBAGE pound 3CSUPREME

a thing that would not come to I "

pass But this Monday. April 30, ,
)Dear Friends
the potato machine is ,going:: ,:: and !I : FRESH( SNOW WHITE
there are potatoes to be gradedand : I
,i! \s you know. election day is just around the
bagged. Although these potatoes corner, and my campaign

were not grown locally, iti;" for re-election is drawing to a dose. F\e tried to personally contact as ; RICE CAULIFLOWER Ib

is somewhat heartwarming justto many of you as I could. wish that I could see each of :you, personally, I 23C

see them and know that there to ask for jour support and ote. Howeter, I am under a duty to you to

was a harvest somewhere Mr.i I keep the County Judge's office operating and keep the work up to date. I pounds 4 .23

Hague/ of Hague Station has hi?I I don't believe that it would be right for me to neglect the office to get i i 10| HI.IOIFIIESII ANI TENDER
own machinery set at the I
up out and campaign. So if I han "
I failed to see any of you, it has not been
mark and is bringing the potatoes intentional or wilful, and I'd like to make this j pound
from other parts of the jour ote and support. personal appeal to you for SQUASH 4 AC

!State Hen's hoping: that somehow I I

this'ear's harvest will be! In I _
I considering my candidacy. I sincerely request that you take into
bigger: and better than ever j account the I
following facts
: FRESH
Mrs Groover Thomas and son I I Jane Parker IcedSPANISH STRLNT.LESS;

Wilbur wereisitmg Mr and I I 1 1. The County Judge's:: Office is one of the most important offices

I in our County Government; and probably serves more people in the course GREEN Ib

VOTE FORD of a year than any other, office. Your County Judge's office is not a III''I BEANS 15CBAR

B. (Dick) Thomas ;i part time job. It is a Fl'LL-TIME JOB and requires the full time and (I Ili.. i
) attention of a ITLL-TnU Judge. "
For I 11 i (PASCL CRISPCELERY

CONSTABLEDistrict I I 2. I do not have any outside business interests to attend to, and can I ': i i iI

I continue to de>ote my full time to serving you as County Judge in the j III!:1 I i Stalks
I
One'Lawtey : future as I hate in the past. 20-oz Cake 2ILEANSER 19C I
X. i S. Starke) '1'1 I 29C
(IM. l\l. AJr. 1. I am now in the last year of my first term in this office. It is ;!!ii' I

= I I traditional in our good Democratic Party to return an official for a second li! !

I, I term if he has kept faith with the people and has given sen ice and I PI I :

FOR DEPENDABLE I "II!! satisfaction during his first t term in office. This I hate tried to do. !! i BAB-O 2 1-4 oz cans 23c


Termite Control I i''I II' we take I. advantage Why spend of time their and qualifications money educating and allow our them young to people sere us unless? :I,!:,If Iill:'" Jane Parker Delicious FAB Giant Size 75'


Household A Commercial : II II II My: Character honesty and ability are above reproach and my record 1":11; :!I; HOME: LAt MKY SIZE
APPLE
Test I I is one of which I am proud. I need the job. and will be grateful for your !
Control
\ote and support j TIDE 16 LBS $3.69

I
I ( ro\e Spraying II: i'
'all11..6.6033Florida Sincerely, !!! PIE

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Pest Control I T. A. (Alex) Yawn i ii:1:
I l : i iI 3-/nch Each I I I
& Chemical Co. I' ,I 39C
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21 X. W. 16th Ave. I: w wr awa..wq u..w..,
Gaiaesxille, Florida I I (I'd IVI Adt) I \1 II 1I' 412 Call St.

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Little Women I May I BreakfastTo I II, Glee Club Concert JBPW Members 'WMU Luncheon at the Legion Hall last Saturday I{ which was gayly lighted ; ]

Stage Fashion Show Use Spring Theme I Ends With Operetta Attend[ District t Held Tuesday Noon evening year as' he their 50 final young event folk of the enjoyed -1 I colored Christmas balloons tree Ugh hung::; anti\ 'i ::: :: -

i t:>
Spunc{; styles were modelled by i I I The May Bieakfast, a highlight j! "Dizzv Baton," a comic operetta [ Meeting SundayMiss The educational oom of the fieshmer.ts dancing during, contests the and eveningt re-' games the, 4-r and guests refreshments enjoyed i, :: Club .\ '"" .
I
inemb ts of the Little Women s ,: of the Starke Woman's ; brought to a close the annual Firs Baptist Church was beautifully -, I .'
i -
I D. lla Rosenbeig and :Mrs Mary Katherine Wainwnght out the t': ; ;' e
Club in a fashion show heldTliurMl.iv Club's I Desta conducted their last also gave a dance that evening m ,'hoil!. ', T-
Glee Dyal So ,,.., 1
with Club in the USO long
April 26. in theWoman's ,, being looked forward to presented flowers for the regular monthly celebration iv'- .. ..
of her H'h
the 1955-f.6! : birthdayannit'5'rsdy I ,
; meeting of as :
Club Members of the !i I I great anticipation by club members auditorium last Friday night. year luncheon at noon Tuesday. at nrx' : : :! >VV::
,.
the '
Director : v \\
of District
and Secretary Pi
tub !iiiixi.-lleil! a variety of out- as the social chairman MisW i Singers with leading roles in the which time the business wom.n ( :
j were1:: Prevail 3-4 of the Florida FccJera- ::.-: : : t.:,. \\' ," :',n .:::' .: ,' ,.:" "
:its. im lulling pajamas shorts, H NoIIman and her committee operetta Ton |i ir i 1 were special guests I
., suits, the a Archie Green, Ruth Lee, Barbara tion of Business and Professional ..
Hl'rJllud.short. bathing are keeping program | j After luncheon, Mrs:: B O '-' -
lslIal and dressy dresses, and I1C11 ]( "dark .secret' The Breakfastwill Matihett, Tommy Haines, Irene Women Clubs Sunday at the Perkins gave the devotional :uMis : < __ '- -

mals. I be held Wednesday noon, .,I Metrger. Douglas Noun, and Atlantic Beach Hotel. Others attending L D. Haines offered .
a \
from the p ier The Your New Car Interior
local dub
riotheseie loaned for the Ma9, with a short business Harold Tyros I wereMis
: '' Mrs W, B. ::Mundv Jr \VM1'president
The first half of the conceit' Pansy Quigley :Mrs: Anita': I
'iitiasuin bv Stump's, Barksdale's, meeting preceding at 11:30 presided over the h- NeweSCLEARYPL
Leila.s and Robbins'. Reservations for members and' was devoted to chorus number I I Querio and Mis Lee Dunnexant nebS session, ofter which shitioduced .::1-
The fashion show was such a house guests only. must be made 'I!: and solos by Glenda Parker soprano I of Green Cove Springs Mis Miss Josephine J"ni-

-.ui <"e'ss that it is planned to maker for the Breakfast by Monday]i i. ; Myron Prevail, bass; and Dorothy Milberger of Penney :State:: WMU executive Sf'I'1,ieti' I
T. tenor. The Senior Faims and Mrs Pauline Torode.
In annual event with Mrs Steve Simmons, ticket j who gate an inspiring talk or
chairman, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, or Girls Trio sang, 'He." and as an Mrs Helen Harley. Mrs Dolly
"Onward Christians Miv. Jones I
Mrs Lester Ciews i intermission speciality, Sylvia I Sullivan. Mrs Mildred Doyle :Miss: : AUTO SEAT COVERS
WCTU Delegates told the group that the StukeChurch !
Pat
Lambe,
Mrs
"Spring" is the theme for tht'l, Paulk sang, "A Tear Fel!." Mrs Edna Stone had the only 1A \\Ml- in
At : The concert was under the Lillian Pearson and MissesMadge
Report MeetingThe program with the theme songs the entire State After the niee'-
direction of Mrs L. A Canova i Middlelon and Florence
"Tulip Time" and "May Time" i ii Ing, the speaker was pit-'it! < r'
Lama Scott Union WCTU being used by the five talented I i Jennings of Starke i i with an appropriate> memm!: ..' I Custom Tailored/ to Your
met Monday afternoon in they i young artists who will appl'ar.I' Elementary PTA I Miss Rosenberg spent the weekend i' the occasion __
Taterna le annex Reports showed in Jacksonville Beach as 8'.
Mrs Tom G. Brown of Jacksonville To Install Officers guest of Misses All of the presidents ot nt1V1fU Individual Car by
Experts
an increase in membership! District Director of the Margaret Linkousand throughout the ASS u >nwere 3 495
both regular, and honorary Plans Florida; Federated Women's Club, j I Val Schumaker and Mrs:: ,
this occa.'iionC1RCU
Xew officers for the Dyal and :Mrs: guests on ,
Sullivan
discussed for a luncheon i i coming were
were. I will be a guest speaker, and following -j : MEETINGS
meeting for members, honorary '1 ) the Breakfast new officers year will be installed at the cov guests of Misses Margaret and CHAS. C, SHEPHERD I
I :Mrs: R Wasdin was hostess
I ered-dish of the Alice I
meeting Hilley in
members, and friends of the will be installed supper Neptune Beach
I Staike Elementary PTA on Tuesday They attended for the regular meeting of the I T\ H\IIO SET(0ER.sI
temperance cause, to be given in a reception Satur- -
As in the past, the past presi-i I
the near future dents of the club will be honored i! evening, May 1. at 7 o'clock day evening at the home of Mrs Doris Knight;: Circle Tuesday night I "SURE-FIT"I '!' ,\(,
Delegates attending the area guests.Circle. ; Mrs R F Demorest will be in- Fronie LeSocke in honor of The with nine members and two \ :SI- I )1'hone 230: Starke Fla

meeting in Gainesville recently stalling officer State President Mrs Mimi South- j tors present I .
reported an interesting program I| :Mrs: Ralph Knight and her wick of Lake Worth who was the After the business session, presided I -', .. ___ ... ___ ___ : __ -u _" __ __ .. : -: -':'_ .::; ::.i-
I One WSCS Mrs J, T Lawson
i over by
speaker '
iI Sunday
and good attendance I. I chorus will appear on the program !
leader, Mrs Joe Wood
I I Circle 1 of the Methodist WSCS I j dining Luncheon room of was the seivei Atlantic in Beach thR': interesting program gaaT" I

"' II I met; Tuesday morning in the 'WSCS Circles Hotel and each guest was given I The Brownlee Glide met Monday NET t TON 1 1956ems.
ectu-j' night in the home of Mrs
rational building with Mrs a potted plant as a favor The
FLORIDATHEATRE Johns as hostess. Circle 2 of the Methodist WSCS District presented Miss Rosen' G. W, Aldf'rmanith :Miss: A\a n; .
will meet Monday afternoon at berg as outgoing director with I Lee Edwards as hostess After h
Mrs If H Adams, leader, pre-I
,
the devotional Miss Edvvaids\
3;30 o'clock in the educational a gift and) she in turn presented bv f
sided over the business session, I building with :Mrs.: Titus Olson gifts to Mrs Dval as her secretary -I Mrs. John II Pierce presented! i j jJ

and Mrs L. A. Davis had the and Miss Annie Darby as hostess and other officers the program, assisted bv Mrs : t ti
Don Xeel. Mrs Ernest! PhillipsMrs I
devotional. Mrs. T. H Slade was es i
in charge of the program and I Cinle 3 will also meet :Monday: St. Mark's YPSL Willie Mae Denton, anti\ Mss !'
afternoon at 3:30: in the educa- Mvldred Cuttino
gave a talk on the conditions existing C
I tional building. Hosts At :
SAT., MAY ONLY in Cuba and their rt'lationship SupperThe CONDITIONER III1
Circle 4 of the ::\It'thodist'SC:;; Altar Society AIR
I' Young Peoples Service E
to the :Methodist: Church.
- DOUBLE FEATURE will meet in the recreation build- I IF
I League of St Ial k's ,Installs Officers
'" Mis Adams expressed her appreciation j ing Monda\ night: ::May 7, at >f' church Episcopal(''
were hosts to the YPSL
to the members of her I o'dol-k.. Mrs H W Mjer and '
of Holy church, Gainesville The Altar Society of St. E.iward's -
Trinity -
NEVER circle for their cooperation during Mrs B L Mi'xlev will be hostess- .
tNE last Sunday evening church installed officers
ED the past year. es. F FREE1Year E E
r BiIORi.fll I Tom Stallings president of St for the coming ear at a delightful -
tlESPEV'E .1 Maik's YPSL, presided over the dinner party held in the G.u- RIGHT NOW is the time to buy

(IE meeting, and Dr and Mis J, L.I I den Restaurant Tuesday evening your air conditioner-when temperatures -
MPiRS Carson of the U of F. directed Mis William Morgan of Keystone -
and prices both low! This
., are
]! installed the following
Games and music were enjoyed Heights 1 ServiceDelivery
filters dries
new 1956 Hotpoint! cools, ,
bv the 40 young people attending i : Mrs Mike Oilhoolev pti'-i-
freshens and circulates air without
i Following: the supper, st'1'I I I dent : Mis Henry Stefarelli vie'e- ,
lies Louis Dean drafts. De luxe in everything but
ed in the Parish house member! P'esident :
attended the Litany Service at Tr"I-1: and| Mis M:.rv price, this new model automatic

THE OPENING OF the i lint. h.. Huniphue-: s. i !l..tny: thermostat, full-room circulation,

I I electrostatic filter. Many other outstanding -

features. Also in 1 and 11 _> hp

-'f-H CREDIT BUREAU tr 5-Year :sizes.: See a demonstration now! .

:&cft11 tA : S inft or

SPECIAL.
OF STARKE Guarantee s IITPRESEASON

RICHARD 4'r1 I
li \ MI'le wondeim;': '.%h\' ,t'; :lu TFf (ha-lit;i end cjnniti I'csn. i HP Model
WIDMARK Lions hive Middenlv donnedgli er arrived home Tuestl fi".* On Unit -
, 121: I WEST CALL STREET ) 'sis i It'ns-I.I, the'. le ad Foil Lie IVteisbni, \.1. t"i a PRICE Only 31.85 Downs

Ph. '. it months tuilough, itm \\huh
CONSTANCE v crt :.ing their Talent ) %
I the stadium Fndomjht, ;\lay f'hitlieill tet inn to FOIlt Lie. : <) !M,:t Per Month
PHONE f I <0MIIS
SMITH I > 11 Pioceeds Mill be user to for two weeks then he will jl this

1 pi.uhise' glasses for ur.cjerpi.viiegul >> ': discharge from the Army .
JEFFREY l children i ita wci',huse > : hear that Darrell Key is in M.idi

HUNTER r e i ,-! so let's have a big turnout son where he has assumed tit Winkler Electric ServicePhune
i I position of manager of the nen

The new Olen Store is certainh -(; Setzei's store there wife Noi

2Q. S an asset to Call st. with itsmodem ma will join him on May IS
\VIIIMNIA; \IIIHS MaiuunVOTE lovely fixtures air, Dianne Colson celebrated her U n
front
100 Starke. I'la. ;l':n\ :\. Templeve
I i >nditurning! ete : among the ;, birthday on Thursday afteinmn
,
employees are Barbara Scou of with a weiner roast party fur :2" .

AN11 ",-' ._ '.:- : \'f--. -:'. -' ;-.: -. .'. '- .- : ". ('o:nmbus, Ga manager?; : Livader friends, and Lee Darby 1'I'II'hr.II.o!
I (iiniuhael.. Flov Thomis E\e her 7th birthday last Saturday
I Galbraith Wilma Kronenberger;: I Sorry to heat that Lewis Ham.Ji .,- DENMARK MARKS 'EM DOWN

FOR Ellen Soto and Myrtle Hal rs ': ( .t will be leaving:; us in Joni

all of Staike The officials to open a law office at \\ilnn
from Mobile were well pleased I Manors (near Ft. Laiiderclili! i t ir

I with crowds at the opening, ands i i partnership with a friend i, Pared!
i the cash award winners Saturday : Clark of Hollywood lies beenin ELEVEN PIECE SOFA BED GROUP H19A ."

SUMTER L. afternoon wereJosie Maze t501 j the office of A, J, Thomas .li'

and $10 earn to Rosa Lee Ghent. I for the past several months, and

Margaret Ratliff, Mrs \\'. C. : we'll miss having him around :1nd olI 1.i1 int Room Suite --

1. Deitz, Lucille Batten, anlda ,, Erniie Jones is the new outside l i Regardless of Condition. I,

Ri<'ks salesman at Brownlee & Chasteen
unuunrtm 'Twas also give-awav week at'txivetts He hails from down Trenton SOFA KEI)

[ Mae Jaudon (Mrs way and will move his wife and I
!
With I Pla>tic Arm-. Fabric
I T F was the proud first two children here as soon a=
Plus; "Heir Conditioned" Cartoon i pnzewinner !
I out Ted Ramont Seat and HackITHOLSTEREI
school is
LOWRY
and Last Chap Captain I of a Polaroid camera at i L
who has been reporting and pn -
Africa, the Monday drawing, while second I i
)
prize of a sporty English bicycle I ture-taking for the Telegraph for

Sun Mon Tues went to Mrs P D Fane'her Sr I[ the past couple of months received OCCASIONAL CHAIR

mowwhv don't together a call from Uncle Sam and
May 678 I i t they get 2 END TAKI.ES
had to hurry back to his home in
have :Mae: use her i
3-:{ IIIG1).YS3PICNIC; : ?;: and lcamera |
.
weekend He
Detriot last reports -I
take Mrs "
of
to a picture COFFEE TABLE
F her bicycle for induction May 10 e
tiding new ;;cz '
?
: For Other winners \\'l'le'I'rna Demorest Jo Ella Hardy reports that she r j jU SMOKE: STAND

barbecue grill: : Ginger dropped her black patent lea'hei '
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front of her house at / 1T.2/.1 LOOP THROW un;
Governori Jones, Hamilton Beach food mixer purse in .
: Ted Johns (Mrs, Charlf>Y't'stinghoue ), 323 X Church street on Tuesday .... ;/ ? PICTURE
(j" :rr
X
while out of :
getting the -"
\\ Cook N' Fry evening '' 1'I
P..ema
i. ;Mrs Felix Sapp, Dominion electric -'1, car and didn't miss it until laterin (!' l1 2! TABLE LAMPS
a the but when she wentto
; skillet baskets evening
Q ; 0 He i and picnic HASSOCK
went to Grace Jordan Clinton look for it it was gone she Regular I Price $161.45

SEGREGATION Barton, Mrs Jack Griffin, Mary:: surely would like it back as it
I Ii Ix I Patten Xelle Xollman. Mrs contained all of her "you-know

i I Laura Tison Xorman Thomas whatchamacalhts" see Jeannette ? i i

and Johnny Williams i Kincaid part-timing at i1 ; ; (
O He Will Kept the White Schools Happy to hear that And Ad- I Leila's now Tommv Xohn'c t i .,

I II kins is getting along nicely in and Madge Middleton's first radeI'Iasst's J; I; L "'.- l
White : Alathui General Hospital, where spent the day at the Highland -

,I I the I, underwent surgery on Tues- Zoo on Thursday ,
day on the measles list during One and Paul Hutchms and

O He Will Rebuild U. S. 301 i Milev the past JoAlvce week were Graham Sam, Mc-Sue, children the Kaufman moved apartments this week to 0111 from. 1

i I I Wiggins and Patsy Coleman parenl's home on Thompson street
those having the thrfeda'arif'-. her parents, the L P SmIths ;ter roo' "
Businessman have moved to Ocala Rodin
Successful
9 He is a twere Gladys Hobbs, B.lly altf
: Brown, Gar Harris Pats CoIf. and Janice Hall have moved p m ( II y

I I, man and three Struths (Rhodiy the Dowling collage on W Ci e' ( (

",ysr: i He Will Give You the people of Kathy. and Nancy i Hear thatI ; Street to the Seymour cottage "
6 Emerson Kerr of .Tax. former 64 J X Water Mr ml! M-
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i 1 Starkite, was carried to LakE, R. M Thompson are odun\ mj:
I Bradford County and Florida a city veterans hospital las Saturday -. the Scott house at 319 W Washington

for an operation St the Calvin GutiPj .-
Business Administration 1: Hear that the two Slefanell:i Jr have moved to 316 X Chei''.

+w boys have both been promoted i in, ., St Mr and Mrs Xeal Lyons 10 PIECE KROEHLER LIVING ROOM GROUP

I the past week Robert, who i are occupying the Alrxandei
Plus Masjx Makes News"Cartoon O A Vote for Sumter L. Lowry is wIth the Navy at Pensacola ha s': 'I house on X Church street, formerly -

i been promoted from 1C 2nd class r occupied: by the Herb $19995Knhler

to 1C 1st class, and Albert, sta. Thomases who have moved to
Wednesday Thur Vote for All the People of
-dav.l'ridav I :
a tinned with the S6th Inf Regt :Saratoga:: Heights Mr and
)Jar J, 10. 11 1:I in Germany. has been promote t Mrs EY.. Hayes are moving t. sofa with Nylon Fabric Platform Rocker 2! :Mahogany Step Table

Florida from PFC to SP-3C GladsWeldon s their summer home on Kingsley! Matthias Mahogany Coffee Table Smoke Stand 2 Table Iamp2fi" x :W

THE MAN WHOliEVERVYAS I received a surprise tele. Lake this weekend II i ii Picture Wool Throw Rusr'f!: / .
; phone call from her son. Seaman The Thelma Baggs dancing:

0 He Will Appreciate Your Vote j Jimmy Weldon, on Sunday morning .. class had a lowly aance and pat' Regular Price $267.20

1 saving he was docked al t

e / i, Mavport Jax, for four hours rn.\ VOTE FOR
and Active Support.Paid .
r 1 1 C route from the Panama Cana! D. B. (Dick) ThomasFor
I Zone back to Xorfolk, Va -- S(

Mrs Weldon, son Sieve, daughter DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY l
Martha and her son-m-law CONSTABLEj
([ for by Campaign Headquarter I aid daughter. Charles and Man,
... j Oner
a. Patrick who were here for tm.
OF ST.\HKE
Plus "Mouse Neri/ed (Cat*' Low ry for Goernor; ) t I weekend from Sneed;, dashed oeij 'T (I.. wtey. X. A S. Stajke) t
431 446 W. Call St. Phone 151
Cartoon j in Mavport to see Jimmy who u!F (Pt!. Pol.dt {
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Mrs D1: Heath jeturm-d! :o John Tat tin. "it Dear, ,i i-

net nome m Foil Lauderdjl: : I I I \'ISlt! mghI" .,,.1/i Mis :.Ii-Mil'!'
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Tuesday after a week's visit with I Struth, and fanuh last Sa'' 'tid. .

ne- parents. Mr and Mrs. J. S Mr and Mrs Lamar (','lSby

Sapp Also visiting the Sapp and Mr and Mrs Bobb Dv tl

.amih on Monday were Mrs S spent the weekend at tin Bajnnn','

E Reves and Mrs. Richard Ray I i cottage on Big Santa Ff Lake

and children of Jacksonville.! I Rev and Mrs \\'. E Hah and

Airman 3-c and Mrs Dolph .. Mrs. L. I... Conner ate \ .suing | LEX GREEN

Reddish and son. Greg of West i I o friends and relatives in Maim

Palm Beach are home on a ten- from Tuesday to MondaMr \ !

day leave with their parents 1 and Mrs X. M Smith iml .

sheriff and Mrs P. D.: Reddishand family spent the woeknid a'

Chief and Mrs. D. \\ Carpenter Lake Santa Fe.

Mr and Mrs Guy Salt stet. m

H'K (OLD MELONS: i iI.I Madison Saturday attending: the

:\ TlS'S FliriT SHOP funeral of an uncle, Hornet Sale

Mr and Mrs. Robert M. McRie I Bud Lawson is on a business
FOR
and son. Duane Mr and Mrs trip to Bradenton Tampa and COUNTY JUDGE

Paul D. Carter and Mr and Mrs Winter Haven from \Vedmsda

Thomas E Lewis and son, Tom- to Friday. I IA

my, and Vernon Parmenter spent Mr and Mrs M LVilh:mis

the weekend m the Scrub. and family spent the weekend in

Mrs Charles Meyeis and chil- Waycross Ga with Mi' II'I Mrs .-.- .
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dren of Waycross. Ga are spending Charles L. McQuaigICE

this week with her parents (OLD MhLO.NS:

Mr and Mrs A. F Harrison Sr. \KTIVS FRUIT SHOP

Mrs Ralph Cox of Live Oak Miss Kathryn Kelly of the PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM LEX GREENI

was visiting her mother, Mrs. D U of F. was home tot the weekend -

1.. Silcox, on Wednesday. I am deeply and profoundly grateful foi your unfailing support bearing in mind at all times :h<, future welfare of the people fr-...
Mrs E. F Miles is visiting her I Mrs Kirby Smith and :Mis, and help in the past. of our county.

brother-in-law and sister Mr. and 1 Hogan Smith spent the c'eekendin of I am now asking you to please' vote for me for county judge If I can help you in your old! age papers, your welfare papers. .

Mrs. L. H. Goldsmith and family I Athens, Ga visiting Mi.; Jm- u Bradford County. This is one of the most important offices you old! age pension claims papeis birth certificate application -
in
fact not the
in Warner Robbins Ga. this my Rowe.Irs.. Rowe appearedwith I It deals with most important, in this countv', papers free of haige or be of any service or help to youin
the
Mrs. T. H Slade and daughter the band as twirler at the widows, the lives and the property of our citizens, the any way.. it is my desue that you permit me to do so.
orphans, the delinquent children and many other important Experience is the greatest teachei of all.
There substitute
Nancy Spring football is no
JoAnn Jean Mundy and practice girre; m matters. I -
I served in this .
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and
capacity 1 am familiar for and I have had :
experience
long
Bates in Jacksonville Wednesday Saturday. with all the experience .
were problems and duties which \
go with this responsible ht''enth you in judicial matters, law matters business matters .h,
Albert Nichols and B J Bowden I capacity Since then I have had long experience I .
in my own family matters school teaching and I feel that with this f J.
F R. Coker of Lakeland spenta w'rein Jacksonville on busI- problems and the problems of other people and feel that exper- experience I can understand your problems and approach the '- pi
week with his ness MondayMrs. ience, sympathy, and fnedlmess to the
last of
few days I people our county is solution of your problems in a manner for your best interest and
son-in-law and daughter, Lt. Col E. M Hazen of BiookiT, of the utmost importance in this capacity. for the best interest of the people of our county. iIJr-lIg ;

and Mis J. A. Griffin. is spending two weeks v''hIr/ full When I served as county judge of Bradford County I gave In this race I have paid my own qualifying and campaign s .:

Miss Bats Lance spent the and Mrs M F. Hazen "nd Mi' "time to the duties of the office and worked long hours overtime expenses and have received no donations. I am not Imked-m 4.5 f' 1

weekend Waycross., Ga. with i and Mrs. \'. V Hazen frequently, and even after office hours and at nights and for or with anyone In this race except all of the people of Bradford ';
on holidays and on Sunday and
the
her sister, Mrs. R. N. Carswdl.! Mr and Mrs. a1'/11 Ke\ were had any matters connected with the people of the county who County. I am asking for this office with the hope and belief v
duties of county judge felt that I can be of helpful seivice to all of our people and
: guests of Mr and Mrs Wayne free to in
and family I come to me at my home and discuss their
problem and
Miss Lou Martin of Columbia. I Key in Palatka !last Sifiirdn troubles with me. I fed! that I was able in many cases to rendera service this office is needed experience, matunty. understanding and mpathct;i

S C spent the weekend with Mi They went fL"hing.n "u> ?t help out service and to prevent in some cases the breakmg.md
I taught' in our public hool.s for of
< many years as ('OUI"!
mIl Mrs Charles I.awson. Johns river while the, tearing up of homes; and at all times I hid in mind the know .
/ you My first teaching was when I was 16 and I rei \;\ < '
100 Dresses NH anti $9 Mr and Mrs V. V H iz."'; m) unumstances surrounding person and approached and c on- S3000 per month for this. I taught from the first throw. .

:special. Friday and Saturday! family plan trt attend the i.>-'< slderE't1 The every case upon a friendly and kindly basis. the eighth grade and I continued until 1 raised my third g- m

at Ieil.i's.Mr Gainesville this weekendW. county judge's office then paid from $10000 to $13000pet certificate to a life paduate State certificate In dealing \\ F
I month, but I divided this with
and Mrs I-eshe Adams of E Haves of ;Miamipent! ho assisted A faithful and efficient clerk the thousands of children as teacher and pnncipal.! and with ..
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efficiently! and courteously to all the
lake City and Mr and Mrs[ An- the weekend with his pa ,'111;; ,ient of office people Every own children. I hate learned of the problems and troubles win...h
money was put in the bank
honv' Caruso of Jacksonville woreSunday Mr and Mrs E W Haves Mis.- the day it was received, and in a separate fund confuse children and their parents and will be of even PU-.S.IM! ', .a _
every penny accounted for
was and
:: guests of Mr. and Mrs :Mary Lee Weekly of Ocala w a tinned over to the proper authority. The office helpfulness to all children of out county and their patents
was inspectedregularly I came the hard As of know. I'a,.; ,
: up
way Med
many
;Ienr> Stefanelli. ,j jMi ;also a Sunday guest of! the H.ivi--' by state auditors and the office was even time praised you
on a little farm at New River Station and plowed. hood! .tU,
and Mis K I. Cox ', family for efficiency and honest operation and .
proper a. i minting A ,
ditches cut cord wood. chipped and dipped pine gum i ir: -
\Wdnescla\ to Sunday in lIa\'ana,1 j juba. 100) Dresses sS und $0 good and perfect report was received every time The office
ties and did any kind of work that I could to try' to -et: tnniui: :
a tup that Mr Cox won I :Sfe<'iil I'ridav and Saturday was run on a businesslike basis and without extravauame and education to begin teaching school! Aft. this ( earned thi m-!n
sales :at: IJ.il.i's. without unnecessary expenses being thrown upon the county.
tirough .1 percentage con- teaching and other hard work enough to enter college and there
-...1 t'IJOlhlt'ted ty Peninsula Life ,I Mr. and Mrs .I E Hard IIH'hildrE'n If I am elected county judge on May Mh and earnestly ask waited on tables fired the dormitory boilers and worked in thi'
that you vote for me. I shall give full time to the office I' .
and Mrs. D P hardy' again library to board and to books, and then the }
'iisutam.Co. While there they ;and and 1 will not practice law while I am your county judge. I pay my buy gocxl I rat' 0 .
the Lawrence F. children! of Jai'ksonvillwi-> l people of Bradford County were kind enough to me to help me
ittended Leek >
I
(In not believe tha a county judge should practice law while heis ; ,' ,;.. ; ;,, : I' 01. ,
of the I'r "iting11's, Charity Hat H Si by giving me schools to teach and then electing me to political
invention company i I a county judge Many ,
come where there .
cases may up is a T'I: I'liii. i.\ii I Mn ," 'II. l Ir\il ,hi'o'.n.tdh' i ; h. \h
and almost for ht"
jobs including congress we made it Governor in s
Mi' and Mrs Robert Tinned :and Mr and Mrs W II B1' '. u i lose border line between official duties and personal duties
"I as 1944. shy by about 1 1-2 per cent of the votes in the second era and lillI'S' on earth who would peisei me. lie about and taisi
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and I .hildu-n of the State Farm t Gainesville<< on Sundav I lawyer. and. furthermore.. the county judge's office pays suf- primary. Iv accuse and destroy the good people. You may receive

tnd Mi and Mrs G P. Wads.or Mrs I. G Hut is and '-ildi, ,"i tiii<'nt income to live on without conniving and practicing law. kind of stories forms any
I Such success as may have come my way is the result of your or printed in this (campaign telling you fais.;
Saturday !spent the weekind with hents. perhaps against the welfare of those who bring: matters in Court
': h ot Hampton were < 1'l1 : faithfulness in me.I things about Lex Green or telling falsehoods what he has clone

,'enlllIII'S/: : of Mi and Mis I I Mr and Mrs; Et.i, !II' :f.. I before the judge. can understand the problem of the individual who may or has not done I warn you now concerning this and ask that
The office of the county judge will be at all times when
- House IS, the doors will not be closed and there will
K'K: (OLD MKIONs :Mr and Mrs Cn.nVs Fieiditni: I lie without funds except what small amounts he may get from fore you vote, then remember that you have known me all "t
no partitions off and
cutting the
M\KTIVS l'In-r SHOP children of J.i<'k.sonvillt ... .., I separating judge from the his little farm or his manual :labor. I have been through this these years, and do not be misled.
people when they are in the judge's office .
Mi ami Mis George Kopelousos, visitingir.. and Mis ct> \\ It is m> desire that you come in and talk with me at anv myself. In fact I have helped my father to make a crop or Jly' \\.t"aknesst's'ou' may know, my virtues you may knov

md son, Cuss were in Jal kson-I White Sr. on Sunday and all times and I assure you that you will not have to wait for either made a crop myself every year since I was 4 or 5 yearsof No one is perfect I ask that you put the good which you knu>

attended j minutes ageI about me on one side of the balance and the bad who h
.ill Sunday where they many or perhaps an flour to even see or speak to the
htn.h and visited Mrs Eugene ) judge after you get in the office The doors will not be closed honor the man who earns his living by the sweat of his you know ( not just heard) on the other side of the balance and

I i m you tt meal time or at the end of office hours. The businesshat brow, because I beaheve in the dignity of labor and the majestyof weigh both and vote the way the balance falls and I will be .s.i'-
<.amasMis $10,000.00Life toil No man or woman who works for his or her bread to
returned i you are in therefor will be talked over with you and attended isfied.And
E S Matthews the j' to. eat will ever be treated unjustly or in an inhuman manner in I feel in my heart that you will elect me your judge ban ',
name Tuesdiv after spending nu court if I am your county judge .
If you desire to see me at my home any time when the overwhelmingmajoritv.
Insurance
Ainiei' with her son-in-law and I Ii ('lIlIl t House is closed day or night. I know you will feel free I shall be judge for every one in our county regardless to You have trusted me and I trust you I have faith in :yon
Dr. and Mrs. H B j jMiLemUm i where he lives in the county and regardless to the size of his and I have kept faith with by faithful, honest '.
taughtei < .\TGI?: 3.i) to do this and I desire you to. It is my intention to be of all you sincere sin
in Orlando.lrs'l I helpfulness and service that it is possible for me to give to you pocket book. ice to our people.

Matthews; was accompanied i home ( for only I II the people of my county, who have been so good to me for so You and I know the truth of the following: This faith shall not be in the future broken. My faith in you

')y her duighter who will remain i: I I long Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth. abides

aen lot several days. If children are brought; into Court for violating the law, I Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy Vote for me next Tuesday.

Mr an.1lrs, John B \ hall talk with \ou. if the children are yours and. if not. to Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the

Charles and Jim-I-I' $234.10YEAR such neighbor or relative as may be interested and we, together children of God.It .
sons.
ston and will consider the case and do all that we can for the best interest shall be my earnest endeavor to live and practice these J
weie
mv of Melbourne cardinal words in the out of the duties of judge for
for the boy or girl that is brought in. These (children carrying
M'I and Mrs Henry Godwin overhe I (With IIrt'mhU1lhrr and bv me. will be treated the same as I would treat my own children and to the people of our county.I .. ( '

weekend I double indemnity. $253: per )'r.) and the same as I would have you treat my children.If shall again be deeply grateful if you will vote for me next ,LA..IC- ',,

Mr[ and Mrs Lewis N Smith I ('a..haltu" in 20 )t'ar. s3, 70; i you are brought in for law violations yourself I shall give Tuesday and if you will pass a good word for me to your relative i

returned home Saturday after, stimated dmtlenils, l,36; I ev<-consideration and friendly feeling toward your circum- your friend, and your neighbor. You have on every occa-

wit wet'ks'I."it with relatives in' total available sl JNi.! : stames; and the (circumstances of your family and the conditions sion stood with me in Bradford County and have given me majorities -

Virginia and North Carolina. ', Cost $4 68>. upon which the law was violated and then place myself in your on many occasions of from 90 to 96 per cent of all the 1r

W E. Middleton and Miss ; place and then do unto you as I would have you do unto me. votes of our county
Mrs | NET: (...tlIN ( ,\SII $311
Madge Middleton spent Saturdays,

.n, Jacksonville with Mrs Mae:i, _.
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Mrs P. R Thede of Jackson-'1 Lex Green born on small farm. Bradford County. Florida Florida Automobile Dealers Association. State Democratic Executive Bradford County as a member of the

alle was visiting her son and,1 EQUITABLE LIFE giaduated Lake Butler High School and University of Florida Committee. I'arent-Teachers Association Future Farmers speaker pro-tern and was chairman Legislature and served as
of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy ASSURANCE SOCIETY attended Yale University (law) attended Harvard (ac- of America, Florida Farm Bureau, United Sons of Confed- cation. He sponsored Florida's first Committee on Edu

family. Mrs John 1V.K: >3 "unlingand business administration). Admitted to Florida eracy, and other civic and fraternal groups. at this term sponsored Florida's first attendance law and also
free live
Sunday.
Moore on stock
Phone 371'INTARKK. and U. S. Supreme Court Bar. Member Honda Legislature lie served for several lie then SerVed as serum law
Uove Wilkes returned to Jacksonville years as attorney for the Board of Public county judge of Bradford County and then
( Speaker pio-tem. county Judge Bradford Ctiunty. twenty years Instruction of Bradford for 20 years as
Thede for a short :. FLA. County, also served as County Attor- representative in Congress. 18 from the 2nd
Mrs
with
member of Congress Served in U. S. Navy, overseas Florida IIIslrJct and for two
as Congressman
visit. Married Miss Lucile Hams of Gainesville. Children Lex. nl'Y.H. .. at Larje.: State of Florida -
.. became member of the Church
a Baptist at
15
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Naswoith\ Ji age 17, Lu, 16 Bill 12, and Michael. 10. Member of Baptist years of In 19H hf'
age, and has ever been active in the religious civic elfrom Congress tendered his
spent the weekend in Brunswick) Church, Rotary Club. Chamber of Commerce Elks, Woodmen patriotic the Secretary r"f services to
i fraternal and binness life of his community. Navy was accepted for naval
3a with Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 of the World Masons. :Shrmers.: Eastern Star: :American where he served overseas service

:)evrr DAEK i Legion, U. of F Alumni Association. Veterans Foreign Wars Lex Green served as employee of the Florida Legislature for The Secretary of the Navy until after the Japanese surrt'ndt'r.
three sessions as messenger-mail clerk, assistant chief commended him for his services
M S. Hayes of Disabled Amt'rlcan'ett'rans.. Florida Bar Association. Eighth clerk well done. He has
Mi and Mrs. war service
Gainesville were Monday evening TARKE FLASundaj : Ciicuit Court Bar Association Florida Cattlemen's Asso'lation. and chief clerk. He was then elected without opposition from not draw pension for same. connected disability but does

supper guests of Mr and Mrs. E I

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son Mickey, and Mrs A. C Carr
n Jacksonville spent Saturda.- '.- I>Ol'BI.iFE.TrIm: 1.Fi11EEN: appeared alone before the Defense Site :selection ory nuihlin the I.,s.O. Building: the .
LEX GREEN'S RECORD Board and the ('it) UM enlargement
persuaded establishment and
'' of ('amp Branding
and Sunday in Ozark Ala. visit- Tennessee's Partner rehmlding:. monies for i' Liter he brought about the and road light plant .treet
ng: Mr ,ind :Mrs Marvin Andrew | si'I'FKsCOPE ( I'alatLa V.r"-1'011 to (Wt """-, IW office
DansbI I LPx Green made a great record .n hIS 20 years in the congress 'ity. Perry and Gainesville Up<< introduced the lull and Miuntless building/ .
and Mt and Mis J. B j jSi I I \\ ith John I'auic and Konald of the United States for Bradford County and his enuredistiict and fought for the establishment of the :Naval Air Station at The voters of \ and facilities.

KcaganAM This was done through hard work. close attention to Jacksonville/ and it. auxiliaries including the one at lake Citv. of Lex Green Bradford County will not forget the hard wink
Miss Jane Henry of Aintt M' which helped to bring these
Bettv :sec lii.' things about.
House of Neither
the -
= ) duty. regular attendant at th.? meetings of Reptesentatives can they forget the
< 0a. is visiting Mjr. and and its committees. and honest and sincere con- LEX GREEN: introduced legislation worked for and voted which longexpentn'e which Lex Green has hall
Mrs H.rv Hatcher at Camp i Violent Saturday for old age He will now as county do qualifies him to understand the problems to
: sid-'tation for the people of the district He had the best attendance pension judge eveivth the office of be met

Bicndirtr this week ,\\ithittor Mature and Stephen record of any congressman in the nation and for eight :ng in his power to assist the aged and the dependent and the small claims court County judge probate judge, juvenile judge ami

100 Dresses $rt and $9 ,J Jspecial i Me'Nail tears never missed a single roll call of the House of Repiesentat.ves blind and the needy to obtain pensions and welfare assIstance.He has led him judge Lex Green's long and hard experience
and Saturda ) He answered his mail he day it was received, and tele- will free of charge, day or night! help them to fill out their<< through the struggles and toils of hard work and
Friday want and
''I|1'lus. Cartoon for (hildrvn. need of himself and he
papers m an effort to obtain their birth certificates and old understands the
at l/eila's. grams within an hour after they were received. His office those who problems of
doors were opened at all times and he met and conferred with ***(:imp Hlanding proved to he the greatest military' and are now struggling! to make a living and keep the
M-s vivid Jones and soi were Wed.Thur. May !9 I 10 economic" asset that Bradford ( luu families together and rear their children
"le! people day and night at home and in his office Count ever had. In it or and send them t.,
school
siting; her sister Mrs. Johp DOUHLE I : FEVTIRKNight : He will do the same thing as County Judge of BradfordCounty. near it thousands of II..r..on.prl" given employment there upon those and care for them and he understands the problems .,1
\ Till..Io'. and family last Friday ,I' the recommendation of I.ir"f'n and tens of thousands of who go with the Armed Forces in war times. After the

M'li.res and family have been Freight soldiers there trained and of them war law making program and war
\ portion of his accomplishments in congress follows: were many after the war appropriations were passed
'.It 1II11t'11 .n Alaska the past two1'i','pith 1'orrest Tucker and Il.irharaBritton Impeached U. S. District Court Judge Halsted Ratter for have returned to Florida to make! their home. As a result of In the congress he resigned during his last term there and voluntarily -

.eats .i' ,i she is now visiting her .nuption. in office and high crimes and misdeamoners. He this establishment/ many. many homes and business imildmgswere of went with the, Armed Forces and served in the scene

no'ht" I rst. M Povthress inM.u.lenny AM) was the fourth Federal officer ever to be so removed from of- built in starke! and the business men thrived and enjoyed tragic activity of in the Pacific and came back with an understanding -

for st'.t'ral't'l'ks' be- f ..... a great business. If fact it put starke and Bradford ('oun- the problems and troubles of veterans. esperid'l!
: :hose
with
ore .,rung her husbjjid atF' Quentin Durward Voted for.guarantre and insurance of bank deposits. All deposits 1) before the eye of the entire nation and gave a boost here these veterans war and injuries and of the parents and children < :
their
families.
which has continued and which lifted
,. banks now safe has our population of
Knox KvMi \\ ith Kolx-rt Taylor in are
.and! Mrs H L Hill of 1'lus Cartoon fur Children In 1929 he introduced, and helped to enact into law. bill for starke to more than tun tunes what it was before 'amp Bland- Prior to the war he was tendered by the President appo:n--

t'.m', the establishment of turpentine experiment stations at OlusteeHe ing, and our business here has doubled "1'\eral times. IhisesfaMishnii ment as Judge of the U. S, Circuit Court of Appeals. After te
i \\'t.r..t''kt'nd of
guests passed legislation for construction Barge Canal across Fla nt of ( amp Itlanding also led to the mining interest war he was offered high assignment in the

Mi. "il vt-x Darn.lrP.at' and Fri Sat May 11 12 I LEN GREEN introduced legislation for pension to aU war Iwtueen Marke and hmgslej lake and about lawtey. Thisgreat Washington but declined same in order 73 live at Government home in Brad in
,
tiniK' DOUBLE I FE.1Tl'RECall \t-terans and their dependents industry' may not have known of the possibilities there ford County with the people that he loved.

of the Wild I'' LEX GREEN introduced legislation for federal aid to roads had not Camp Blinding been established. This camp and the lie
is to
,and supported all federal aid for road appropriations.He results of it has made Bradford ('ounl,', business standing tIK < asking return to service for Bradford Cr'r ',v as
VOTE FOR \\ ith Clark! ial.lc and I.oretta County Judge.
voted for and obta!ned federal! buildings for Lake CIty. in /goad shape and to continue. Lex Green while in congressx

D. B. (Dick) ThomasFor loungWinning Si ke. aNo instrumental in bringing/ to Bradford ('ounty the \rm- V-/e for Le- Green f. t Con!:: Ju-ig-e.

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CONSTABLEDistrict
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PAGE SIX COUNTY TELEGBAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Rose brothers, Keystone Benjamin Heights Hamilton and Alson -;| PINE LEVEL NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $w -- $300 Vote For

By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127V D. Rose, of Pittsburgh, Pa I PROMPT
COURTEOUS
hy .Mm. II. 11: ;McKae CONFIDENTIAL ( )
The funeral was held on Mondayof I W. C.BILLY POWELL

\ .-(UIing I'lans Announce Johnny :Martin Jimmy :McMurtiy this week in Parkersburg. j I 4..44444..444..4444444.. MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.
Mr "nil l Mrs Harold Kidaught Eiic Redfearn Roberty Sib Mr. Ben Rose has been in West ,
announce lit'I i I I Virginia for the past two weeks Our pastor, Rtv.V.. F.: 11 ti.: FoilSCHOOL
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Heights
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marriage of their Fifth grade: Deanna Lee, Dee and is expected home this week. and Dr. Engle, pastor of lit-u-a 21S: W. University Ave Phone FH6-3333: :

'ne dauKhii-r..ippni.iching.JoAnn to Richard L. I j Dee Hardenbergh Bob Jackson | Mrs. George Schaeffer her Baptist Church, Jat ks.rn\i1!!. (;uinesville! Fla.Don't r

Barton V. S. A. K., son of lrs. I Barbara Ann Wheeler, Leona j I II. aunt, :Miss Anna :McCullough, and I left by plane last Sunday! HILT: I BOARD
Joel Erault, David IRt'n'is | her Ann, in' for Ft. Worth, Texas. \\heie tivvattended !
Earl Hayner, of Lake Geneva. Townsend daughter Mary were .. .
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The engagement was announced in I. and Susie Hall. j jj 'Ocala on Sunday afternoon to see a conference and. tic: .--<. -.----- -- -' .--.-- --.-. -- --- .- --.--- --- -------c.- .-..-- ----, DISTRICT 2 (South Starke)
some months ago. j Sixth grade: Darlene Campbell. Mrs. Schaeffer's brother who had World Baptist Fellowship.Mr.
this The column brule-elect is a SeniorMelrose at ; Dorothy Hill, Bill King. I just got out of the hospital. and Mrs. W. B. Staiiir.i: ;; TO 1E! ; VOTED ON COUNTY-WIDE
and little son of Jacksonville: Be Misled Promises
High School. Mr. Barton j Seventh grade: Dale Fallin Cal- Saint William's Altar Society I By
visited relatives here last week
met in the Hall last
Wednesday!
actuated from Melrose High vin Osteen, and Donny Purdy.
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is currently Grade Johnny Dodd. morning, to continue bazaar i i end.
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1954. and Eighth :
School m CONSIDER
j :Mis. H.1.. MI Rae an,11: UUAUFICATIONS! \otin for School
stationed at Eglin Air Force Base. i Frances Reaves Gary Chance, plans. I : B I D. B. ( DICK) ) THOMAS !tells you he will not work North
The wedding is being plannedfor i and Aggie Watson. Mr. and :Mrs. George Quinn of I :\ :Mi Rae visited Mr. and :Mis.Denny and :South; Starke if elected to the office of Constablein Board It is one of our mint important public offices
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at the Brooklyn. N' Y. were recent :McRae and :Mr. and! Mi p.N.
June 16, to take place I Mrs. Jo Siprelle. and her i District One, La\\ tl'Y. North and South Starke. Don't
Church of Keystone : Jo, left I guests of Mr. Quinn's uncle and I; C. Molt at Brooker Sundayafternoon. it is the board that affects the lies of our childrenIt
First Baptist grant.ldaughter.1ary let him fool
lie will work
Following I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George CIl'm-j you. it all and make the whole

Heights at 7:30 reception p.m. will 1 beheld Tuesday for Toledo, Ohio.her Mrs son f fI ens of Hillcrest.( It is the Quinn'p Mrs.V.. K. Hall seen last i district like he has Lawtey a nationally known SPEED desenes your m<):.t :serious consideration.W .
the service, a I Siprelle had been visiting '
the new educational build j and children first visit to Florida, and after week with her son-in-law and' TILt! During the months of January, February and
in j' and daughter-in-law they: see some of the state, they daughter, Rev and Mrs. J. E.I' March of 1956; he has made 192 arrests, mostly for traf
in
Keystone
ing the W. J. Siprelles C I BILLY) POWELL WAS BORN IN BRADFORD COUNTY
Xo formal invitations are to 1 ba I for some time. She and I will stop at the Clemons' home Murihee and son, Edwardi> violations.. 36 YEARS AGO AND HAS LIVED HERE EVER SINCE WITH THE I
relatives again, on their return trip to Hilliard. EXCEPTION OF ALMOST 2 YEARS SPENT IN THE U. S. NA\V
issued, but all friends and I :Mary Jo will visit her grandson I I | DURING WORLD WAR II.
invited. Xew York. We are sorry to hear of the Did know that the Constable
of the couple are and his family the Dale Siprelles you can appoint Deputies
'I Mrs. Mae Matthews of Lake illness of Mrs. J. C. again. :' HE GRADUATED FROM BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Sapp
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Wedding Plan and her granddaughter and her I just like the Sheriff l'an'? lie will have the roads full AND HAS PEEN IN THE TURPENTINE AND TIMBER BUSINESS HERE
More Jr., Brannan's, in Geneva is a patient at Bradford Her son Bobby is also sick, and | EVER SINCE
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weichel family, the Harry I of them to pester you and also remember that there is
County Hospital in Starke.Ve we wish them both a speedy re-I I
announce I Toledo. From Toledo, Mrs Si. mileage fee attached to the arrest fee for constables HE
of Keystone Heights hope she will soon be able to return a HAS BEEN MARRIED TO THE FORMER MARY HARRIET
marriage of their I prelle will continue to California. I covery. don't this fee will be added BISHOP FOR 16 YEARS THEY HAVE A DAUGHTER IN THE 8TH
forget
the approaching T with her to her job at Clay Electric.Mr. I II on you. GRADE. A SON IN THE 7TH GRADE. AND, A 6 MONTHS OLD SON.
Barbara to Marvin I :Mary Jo will remain I I'I I
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daughter. and Mrs. George Clemens
Commander and' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I HAVING CHILDREN IN SCHOOL AND, BEING A TAX PAYERHE
Hearst, son of 'I the Melrose: School on Friday evening -
were at the
I God-parents FEELS QUALIFIED TO SEE BOTH SIDES OF ANY SCHOOL PROBLEM
Mrs. Raymond Hearst of Keystone ; I Mrs. Harry Erannen for a sum miss Baptism of little Miss Sally Ann April 27. A good number' DON'T LET HIM FOOL YOU AND I THAT ARISES. HE BELIEVES IN OPEN SCHOOL BOARD MEET
mer visit. In order not to of Children )I INGS WITH A CHANCE FOR THE PUBLIC TO BE HEARD.
Heights. Meng at St Edward's Churchin Keystone Heights
The wedding will take place at this opportunity to travel, MaryJo I Starke last Sunday morning. took part. Despite the heat in i iI VOTE FOR AND ELECT J. L. SILCOX HE IS NOT BEING SPONSORED BY ANY PERSON OR GROUPOF I
has taken her school a."signIments PERSONS WHATSOEVER AODILL
the Community Church of Keystone : Sally Ann is the youngest daughter -I the over-crowded auditorium, the HAVE TO ANSWER ONLY
with her, and will study to TO THE PUBLIC FOR ANY SCHOOL BOARD ACTION HE MAKES
Heights Saturday afternoon I I of Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Meng. j affair was thoroughly enjoyable I II I HE WILL ATTEND EACH MEETING AND WILL NEVER DODGE ANt
examinationsvia CONSTABLE DISTRICT ONE LAW
June 23 at 3 o'clock pass her sixth grade The ladies of St. William's helda I i the costumes beautiful and the I I ISSUE BEFORE THE SCHOOL BOARD. '

the ceremony a re- mail. I bake sale after ,j children displayed an amazing I I I
Following Mass last Sunday IF ELECTED. HE WILL WORK TO MAINTAIN SEGREGATIONIN
eption will be held at the Weichel Mr. and :Mrs. Ewell Ryan of! and the preceding SundayThey amount of talent TEY AND NORTH AND SOUTH i OUR BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS. TO IMPROVE OUR SCHOOL
Miami were weekend guests ofj: I ,! BUS SCHEDULES. OUR SCHOOL BUILDINGS. OUR EDUCATION AND
home on Lake Keystone. were elated over the resultsf RECREATION PROGRAM.
Attendance will be limited t to Mr. Ryan's brother-in-law :and sister each and wish to thank all) STARKE. i i
I the Chester Moodys at the HE IS A MEMBER OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF STARKE
those who have invitations.The I the good people who patronized THE RIGHT POINT for theway I AND AMERICAN LEGION
is a graduate :Moody home on Lake Brooklyn' Pd. Pol. Adv !
bride-elect ) them. you \\rite. Come in and select ( (Pd. Pol. Adv )
of 28-29. Also
Circle
of Melrose High School Class Bay April A number of Keystone peoplettended your favorite E TEn Ro.OK .. .
Mr -- -
iliowell's the weekend was -- < -- ------ -
'53, and is currently enrolled I present for the lovely Spring Festival Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.: .-.. -- '- -.-- .. _. >.- -. ..-.. ---- ----
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in mother, Mrs. EmilyMoody -------- -- ------- -
Business School Moody .. .,. .- y'I I
Gainesville. Mr. Hearst is alsoa I : of Xew River. and I .. .cl'! __ _._ 't---_-_ -.__ _._ ,-_ < '- .. ;- _. ._ -- -_ .Oici ,: -___ ,>_ _.. .... 'i___'___ =- _-_ =- p ,-'-___ -:- _;:_ _.:if-__
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graduate of Me)ose High I Mrs. W D. Belote j

School, and is a student at her two friends, Mrs. White and ,
Tech :Mrs. White's daughter. Mist

Georgia the First Grad Maudeen White, from Bainbridge. I
of
Parents
Class entering School in the fall Ga., were visiting Mr. and Mrs I Ou.DEPW. THE STORE WITH MORE!

are once more reminded of PreSchool Belote Jr., and children, of Keystone STORES
Round-Up which will take Heights, Thursday April 26 I

place on Monday morning. May Little Cathy Price, smallest I
the school house. daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy!
7. at 9 p.m., at ,I'
day for both: Price had an unusual adventure I
important
This is an '!
the teacher and the parents. It last Friday when the fami1y'

enables the teacher to get a preview pet rooster, in an ugly mood. I

of her work and aids her in clawed and scratched her face

planning. It is important to the arms and back, and even pecked ''l /

parent in that if the child ha! a good-sized hole in her cheek, ar

sort of trouble, it may be which required four stitches i \
any
1. Needess to say, in "nothing-flat,"
orrected before Sept. t
The Keystone Heights Woman'sClub said rooster was full of buckshot ,
of :Mamma (Polly) Price I
will meet for a very important couitesy
business session on Tues who, incidentally, is a crack shot j "
Eleoun Mrs. E. C. Tucker of Green ,
o'clock.
day afternoon at 1 I-
t of officers will take place at Cove Springs spent Saturday '
with her friend! Mi< Man1'Root
night

his The time.Catholic Club will meet inS of Hillcrest. t tWe 1 Y J IIA tI

-. William's Hall Wednesday: hear that the L"s g I'Ihn at i /

evening May 9, at 8 p.m. All] Hillcest is once more pn> under I -
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to attend this new management.
mi tubers are urged ,
which will include a Friends of Ben H. R xsp w II be | I
meeting sorry to hear of the d I.> ih! of .
:iot Di decisions.
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\ The blland Catechism gills classes of wilhave 81Valham's !,. his Parkersburg brother, William, W.." S>Va.utt old Roseof :\11'I at'''

their commencement exer William Rose was ?: > Years
Wednesday afternoon it I the'time of his death, and had :
i is. s and friends!. been ill for some time. Poor i io' A
'h. hall. All parents .
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ire invited.IIONOK his illness, he had ; n Superintendent -
in the Amei.i.m Ruil-

Miss: Gertrude uoi.r Houser, shoo TO STARKE AND BRADFORD COUNTY

tv mcipal. has just announced th< VOTE FOR
names of children who got all A'

ind: U'.; in the six-wetk perux(:''iD.: B. (Dick) ThomasFor For the wonderful reception you gave to your new Olen Store on its Grand Opening. We would like to repeat our
Since the grading i:
'lust lifferent i past.in the Primary Grades pledge again, to serve you and your family with the very best of merchandise the best of selection \

from the fourth CONSTABLEDistrict
Just the children the fashions and the !
"hrough the eighth; grades ar top biggest savings possible
Onelatitey
mentioned.For .

.tell ill, wt;Jinmiv fuurth as follows Fox.grade: ,Carol Reba the Camp honor Hall r-I! ( (IM., X.'ol.Ih'& S. Starke) To Show You Our Appreciation Here Is Another Group Of MONEY SAVING VALUES .


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ANDREWSFOR Top Styling at a Budget Price! Girl's Cleverly Trimmed Men's Sanforized Cotton




CONGRESSVote .-- LADIES' DRESSES SHORTS BLOUSES AND S SPORT S SHIRTS I S SCrisp I



for DEMOCRAT on May 8
a PEDAL PUSHERS 2-way slubs, skip f

cottons&Nylons dents, linettes f
'REPUBUCRAT 99
NOT A
Lined convertible
Boxer & belt shorts $1
DEMOCRAT SECOND) Many flattering styles type $ collar
(UK1TBLICAN T Cleverly designed i pedal .
Fancy patterns,
pushers
fromlheoriginal Complete :size range
Read the Record: The following is an exact copy Dress-up or casual blousesWide S1: LLadies' ,

front pageof The Gainesville; Daily Sun of I color choice,
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later according to Allen :M. :Steen, BIG DOUBLE BED SIZE

Before Hoover president of the Hoo\er-For-I'res- Tailored Double Bed Size 'Dan River'SHEETS
Dressy
or
itlent dub here.


of Entering the presidential into Club the finale campaign<-k ', .. a a ",, o I LOUSES S E S CHENILLE SPREADS $5 E S

with zeal in an effort to Beautiful multi color designs
swing localotcs into the \

Republican column, the Velvety corduroy chenille pre-shrunk! Type 12S.: :sturdymuslin '

dailies .. lhiovrr-tor-1'n'+i- ; Cottons & rayons 99 : 6 J
club hate scheduled a ,
dent
meeting for tonight at 8 ,v Short sleeves, !I Sl\99 double bed
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o'clotk\ Community at the North hall.fiaincvillc t! sleeveless Ass't t Colors S T-R-E.. T C H HOSE C size White cellowrapped

Jerome ('tumor and Billy :32-H

Matthews, both well KnownI'nixersity \ "3 Will not sag cling to legs I l ,_ _
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student of Ilorid.i hotly leaders oratorsand + a' e ,. _-_ '__.- -- _- -- -- __ -_q _-_ _-___.. __ Rose or beige tones S. 'i. L --- --.-- -_,---- c.- --.- -.-----, -- -0<--- .-....---- -,- .. .---__--_--_ : \

will speak in llrrlirrt Hooter's \ Reg. 1.17 'Royal Choice' Sheer Nylon '
candidacy for the presidency. ,-_. ,_' .' _. --_'--' :- : _'- ---_-- .:: :. : = '_: --i_

S-S rA --'D"a--i-n-t'i'l-y Embroidered I

:sV\enil weeks ago almost Famous "DUNDEE"Big Crushed Chicken FeatherPILLOWS Reg. 1.99 For All The I


local young KM INTMIIK tluli men in speak heard a rally these for held two the at PILLOW CASE"Ur.Mrs. E Sets I


th,' municipal; building. BATH TOWELS imSHOES
Although no definite announcement i L L S TENNIS

has bet'n made it This Matthews: Record. .", "His-

is understood speaker that anotherRepublican \\ill'Let him I stand In; it. There is 22xit t sizeAttracti C Hers" $

only ONE Democrat running Big 19x26 ize Red blue low
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local or .
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address a Cay floral I designs
probably
here 1'ruUy night. running for (Congres That's \ e stripesBuy III $ quarters 77 I
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Floral or striped
information i
Further regardGUY Black high i
ing this address will I. ANDREWS now and tick tops Regular 12x.'W; I
save? sizedRADFORD I
Sizes: for everyone {

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rUIIY.. Mil' 4, 1956; BRADFORD COr\TT TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORID
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lounded out this week and a 10111- to br doiuOn Max 1J: the The Lint \\oihl. 'i "
I .ISundiv ohn T.o.mith: l'OMd in fraternal!, civic, and tehgtous ( t'Itnl.Y: : : \\OKK1M,
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED plete count( will be given in Commencement !si tnun will! beieheied I
N I leg.iiai: pastorial'dais J Funeral! services for John Timith affairs in the county, and was a Theme vvi.l be .t u'tf., '._: I.atunldY. I..
nt'xtt't"k's Persons making I
CITIZENS paper. < at Ebtfezci Baptist with! Love east Sunday May 12 1':. .. ,
OF BRADFORD COUNTY :
contributions of $1 reportedwere Church by Rev Strong On May I j and Communion gnmining ;! were held Monday afternoon ,, Sunday School superintendentfor j
at'night. Baptist Church t' "
ne.tr
IJy {)LOra J. Shell \ Maude K Magee and Nellie 15, May Day aetl'ltlt'Snll beheld I All members at 2:30: o\lot.k in Macedonia :, 3S years. He died Tuesdav .;
are asked Jlandmg Persons alent! : .; ,
DeSue. at the sihool All patron: : to do I Baptist Chur.h. Hampton withlev. April 2-i. at the home of a daughter '
full
your dutand payyour 'each the cemetery th-: n.Jate ..: :
i' : I).Adivities and friends invited I r G. M Bugham officiating. In Jacksonville. He was born
are at-
N.11..1. Hall'lu.t| $5 consolation prizes will be pre- May i{' to class leaders. Ren.. J : I 1 : ( Mrs Elmer K:_,:" C."': ;,
On Thursday, May 10, the MayDay tend. Mrs S. C. Price PrincipalB : Burial was in the mirth cemetery in Mavsville. X C. and came to
The >;,',v Homemakers of sented to each school that participates -i Washington pastor; B J. Len
Auu-rita toll hold their banquet ': According to Mr Torodei I Activities will be held at J, Lennon reporter.11atruak non reporter. ; under the direction of Carter Florida as a young man. _
1111 Friday night at S p m. in and Mrs Paulk no school will be I Lawtey Training School, according l're.riitrd| Ucdilmg O,'.il.I \ ixitorsOn II rur.eial Home Ja kjom idle He was the father <>t R" -..\ :' <.,.t. : tad uu!\ .\ i :
the R.IK ifetormm. The group j without at least a $:> award | to an announcement from' The Wedding of the Flowers Sunday Mr and :Mrs Jack The deceased l ua: v.'ult'!\' kn".-.rt St: ith, a former Bradt s m'I i i' I,::' \ ': ,1\] that i!.I-i :'

sale. Students, Mrs E Burney, teacher. The was beautifully presented by the ---- --
sponsored by Miss Bettye Jean!; Tickets are now on Jambs and 'rhlldren'lSlted Levy
) contest for will close Wed- pupils \Vateroak School, directed -
Thomas Music will be furnished wishing to sell tickets and compete queen | and Beulah Lennon.
They enjoyed -
bE E Mmott, music specialist I|I for the beautiful wrist watch I I nesday. May 9 Many interesting by Principal M f;. Roberts visiting Starke and the privilege -

oi the (county and the main ad- i are invited to see the principal of, games and features will: be presented -' Music by K E Mmott Cos- of playing with their chubby ,
(hess will be delivered by Ozora ( PJE Eddie Thompkins, and principal -:I, The crowning of the tumes and flowers by principal grandson. Levy Ramor Lennon

Shell supervisor of schools. All:. of Lawtey, C. C. Anderson, I I queen and the plaiting of the i patrons and supervisor. While .Ira recent winner of the $25: FLORIDA
I May Pole will climax the events the stage set was constructed by
mothers are asked to be piesentja.s I and get a large supply of tiikcts defense bond for reporting the'
the feature Ls mother-daughter i The girl or boy selling the largest !| Who will be queen of the May i Maceo Roberts, husband of the highest amount in the baby contest :
relationships More than 100 number will win the watch. I at Lawtey Training school ; principal. The school is being I Ishut

mothers daughters and other 1.\\tt-v' Tups Drive sl'OIT! ;i iI painted. but there is a need for InVe -. ;j FORWARD :

guests are expected to attend. According to Miss Lillian The softball team of Boy Scout 1 1 1I more gallons of paint to complete \ regret to report the following I'

Fashion Review' Colorful !: Stump and Mrs Marguerite Hall Troop 71 played its first game on the building inside and outside Shut Ins' ('h.1lu\ !tt' M()..je
On FiuUv night, April 27, the i Principal C C. Anderson and his I Saturday, April 2at Green I'I'I ,i I Patrons and friends are I, and :M.iizic Barnes[ lidtli: ue
homemaking students presented 1 Cove Springs The Rtaike boys asked to give a gallon of paint t inipioving and l lh..u.,i lt. ,
i workers have gone way over the I'I nut .f] (
this week, if Preferredcolors WITH :
a fashion !ohoThe styles and top in their lepoit this year of! won with a score of 262. This ,' possible. j off the M. K li-' MI. :, ,
models dill a fine job and the I $11525 for the American Red was largely due to the wonderful ,, are white and green j'
musk u is appealing The pitching William Reddish, who legion: .1u,iliary To :sheet :
I Cross drive. Special praise was '
01 iginal si i ipt was written by i given principal Anderson for the ',went all the way with FreddieBarnes American Ll'gionuxil1II'\' ,
B T Thomas, teacher. i marvelous leadership he has exemplified catiher The triple hit by I Post 311 will meet at 200: pm
captain Joe Williams was the i Ion gundaAll. members ale I II Crnathern
:Spring Cuniert j I i I in spearheading this I
the afternoon First asked to be The
longest oi present. group
The 65-voice choir of RJE will j l dnve Principal Eddie Thomp-
baseman. Johnny Jackson waIf I j will meet in room 9 at KJE high
appeal m their annual musical i I i kins has reported $73 for RJE
edited with two doubles I school. Business of
duringthe unpoitamci
(unfelt on Monday, May 7, at ,' Special persons will be asked tccontatt
The called i will be transacted so please beJ
was
game. game
8pm A vanety of entertainment :'I the citizens in Reno community -
bv Leggett, while FJI Graham J present and on time. Mrs Pauline
is being planned for you by, to get their Red Cross .
i Marshall, Coioan MiN'eil Senator George Smothers has served
served as field judge. Pictures of president: -
the SlU t'ntlndl'r the direction :I memberships. It is hope! that
I 1 the made Elmer I reporter.I .
MER Mmott You cant afford all who paid $1 or. more last year team were by Florida well He has watchedthe
to miss thii program The will do the same this )'ear. Reports and Ozora Shell. I 'M'ial :sating ( lult
general public, white and Negro I.' ale expected this week from We wish to congratulate Scout- I The Social Saving Club met at interests of ALL of FLORIDA ,
ale invited to attend 'I Lincoln City Hampton, and Wa- master B T. Marshall for the i the beauty shop of Beanie"101'- *** t
His record merits and vole
Linn's Club Talfin show j teroaX schools very fine program in athletics that j ns on Oak Street last Mondiv your support

The annual Talent Show of ('an"l'r Drive .\Mid-Point: ( he has started We hope that itwill i: The next meeting! will be held at 3 Alarm !
I and the home of Mrs Rosa William*
Lawtehas taken the continue to be successful
th
Ijons Club will be presented again
at BUS stadium under the stars! lead with principal Anderson reporting 1 that the citizens will help themto I' on Mondav. May 7, at 7:0::: p mAll ,

at 8 p m on Friday, May 11. for committee woikeisTrue buv some baseball suits to gc :I members are asked to, b-' \MIKN YOrili: IXSl'HEH''
RJE and Love Smith and Sadie Clark, along with their beautiful nary i I piesent Mrs Ethel Youngpiesider.t I Re-Elect
Lawtey Training School) i with this >
:i! encou he
I l i can
and the blue <'ap!, Watih this column > SMATHERS
will have participants, as usual.A I a jar containing 132 I George
certain
that if
trouble
gi and prize of $25 defense bond three cancer cans that have not for the date of the revenge battle Heart Atta< Kj strikes
': will be with Green Cove Springs here Bob died 7 we'll he on hand to
will he gnvn to the winner, and been opened Repoits j Kaslev around i am )prompt
in StarXe. Plan now to come I' Tlf'sda'mOl'11in at the Biadfoi-1 settle -
: jour loss: and help
out and cheer for your boys. ': County: Hospital with a heart attack. '
As Your UNITED STATES SENATOR
back
'IIU to nllrmaas/ :
Ihurstiiii Klfiiiriitarj: St houlr : This came as a shock t,. :

Maurice Edwards Jr. n Monday night a called | his many relatives and lends i I quitkly' as ))(I.sihlt'. I II '" -_:- -""'" ....,:i::' -",..-..-:o.-.. ....._""" m316.." _, ___ .,_, J.i"-.f"
meeting of the PTA was held at | He was employed bv the I II I
t the school to check on the progress Humphievs j Gold Coip at Law- : Hut remember, the time to
of the collections for remodeling -I tey. Funeral arrangements ate 'I, be insured Hear Senator Smathers On
HanTo Ue Your adequate! i is- before -
the school. The collect being made bv HI1 h-Chpstnut of
t'>i...;. Mr Pitman. Mis Robinson I Gainesville and will be anmmmcili the disaster.sH. Television and Radio

and Mrs Albeit, reported a total i later I '
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I of $6141 which met the needsof laid To Ki-st
the school's! present indebted- On Sunday. 29, the last Watch your favorite daily newspaper for the Senator Smothers
DIST :3 (S. ST.VRKE) COr TY-\T-L.\IWE April C. Wall :
nes.Families who have not
rites for Elizabeth McCoy were Agency
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advertisement announcing the times and stations on which he
made then contributions are asked i held at Mt Monah Methodist ;
to do !oil as there is still much 'hun'h. Services were conducted
!' by Rev D. W Demps pastor j i Phone: 146 ";: will appear on Friday, May 4. !,
i
h J : The principal eulogy was delivered ft
200 E. Call Street
I bv Rev Ulount. District Supti 1 [Political Adv. paid for !by Star* CaAJ"9r. lreaiur)
Wash Your Clothes I i anti former pastor of the de- ; Starke, Fla. '
I lea.ed. She leaves to herloss I _
mourn I ...,: ..''' ',,'';.. r''f nr '.:'L,.man.e '.""':-::'''''t
i a host of relatives and .
9 I'oundiFor
f i lendsi _
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40c! | Bethlehem Freewill BaptistChurch. i'

'tJ :, Rev. L. M Kay pastor, III'

FREE Bleach If Desired! i I Visited Mt Carmel! Baptist II
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Cattleman Farmer YOUR VOTE WILL HELP ELECT II
TaxpayerHe eWe j I i The Church services Palatka were, good last all Rundai dav\".

During the hour
morning worship I
pledges! tau his best t efforts for a more Will I two sermons were preached by I I

economical, more businesslike administration Rev Collins and Rev Morris of

flf our County fiovernment.; He promises to Dry Your Clothes Palatka. The evening sermon

"Hold the Line"against: any increase in taxes were bv I I'U>t> and RI'Ic-
For 20c Ka '. The women's!' department :
and to get the taxpayer the most \alue for his presented a very spicey program FARRIS H Hi

tax dollar In New Automatic Driers! j after the sermons Prayer meeting I

| I.'a'h'oonl'lda night at the

On May 8 Please go to the Polls and Vote e | al hurch the home The "I of Can"Sister Club Blve met on
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For MAURICE EDWARDS, JR. I, Saturday April 2S Everyone
TheVashetena\
i present participated in the discussion -
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You Will Never Regret It. which was very interesting -
I: Temple Ave. starke BRYANT
((1',1. 1'01.11) Xl'Dt'thel Baptist Church i;,

i Rev A, Vinson pastor. Services I II i
'' will be held all day Sunday starting -

with baptism; at 6-30: am,
4 according to Mrs Gladys P.lje.. >2 2i
reporter for Bethlehem Freewill
1 Baptist Church Many thanks to !

Mis EI\e for this information
G'i aa' i All church reporters are asked J GOVERNOR
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j' to bring or send your news tt'l

I'i the Allen editor Chapt'l)1 by Monday E afternoon.Church I lill

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I Rev R J. "
Washington pastor : '
i I Sunday School began at 10 a,mI I ,5 For ALL Florida
I with Supt. Homer Williams in II
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i charge At 1 p m, the Junior 1

RIGHT FOR .i I Musicians presented; a program in : ,
the interest of Cancer and Mus- i
And For The
ALL
: / : IIIIIIIIII'1111' ,i sionarv Society The main address ?: ; : ; People
:11IiIIIIIIIII Illil111 :. was delivered bv Mr;<. I. C i :
ALLWEATHER I IIIIII11111111flllll
: 7 i .JeL on. teacher of special educa-I: 1'1' I

:::I Iftlllllllli!! / : tion at RJE She gave a true I !i:1: 1
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:;!i HIlII'lHllIIIlJr Il'ii < IIIIIIII ItllllIllilllll I' i'I sionarv and could beautiful render work and picture by the starting of servile the right mis-i w-;,I'I j 11'1'I; FARRIS BRYANT IS A LEADER OF PROVEN ABILITY


"iIlllll" = here in Starke. Mis. Elizabeth

= IIII Giv'ens"served as mistress of ceremonies I!
0 TROP-Aanc' Motor Oil gives the protectionyourcarsengine while Mrs N L. Washington I"
tlilIIIiI Elected to L from Marion County FIVE times withoutopposition.
needs at e verseason of the)ear. Niel = | and ,Ozora Shell assisted Legislature
It won't get too thick in cold weather. It won't get iIf' -= (IIII'i i in the program A singing group I .

too thin in a hot engine. We're so sure 'ou it be I ,, r/I/ d I from Palatka appeared Sunday j ,I
delighted with the performance of TROP-ARTIC lllilll 1 ik., I night On Monday night a religious -
of the House 1953.
..IIII l I Speaker in I
IIIflhlflIiil'f
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Motor Oil that we make this guarantee: Iii i lilii I! picture was shown at the i iI I II I
I, church whiaSi emphasized the
i Use a crankcase-full of TROP-ARTIC Motor Oil I i Golden Rule On Monday: May I j i Three times voted most OUTSTANDING member of House by I"
1,000 miles. If aren't "
for to
ten Days or up you
0 7, another picture will be shown!
completely satisfied that it limes up to all 1 the claims I! by Mr Hall in four parts: The I newspaper editors and writers.

made for it,your Phillips 66 Dealer will replace it 'f ;, creation of man the Holy City. '!

with any to you.'i'L I 1 I y ..1 II II 11 I 1 I Daniel In the Lion Den and :' I Cited as MOST VALUABLE member of House by fellow Legis- ,

expense r r ; ; I '
lators in 1955.
Could anything be fairer9 Change to TROPARTIC I % 1 u : VOTE FOR I'I'I
All-Weather Motor Oil at our Phillip I I Ili

66 Dealer', \ a l i if i D. B. (Dick) Thomas I I Supported governmental econom y, Constitutional revision, improved i

i For I school system, and flood control. ,

: ( 1r' : CONSTABLEDistrict I I'' I i

e\'leafher-W : OneLawtej. favors the 67-Senator plan of Reapportionment which
t : ( \ i S. Starke) : I II'II'H; I

.Y TOdaY (Pd. I'ol.dv..) Ii I be submitted to the people for approval in November. I jIi
OltV Ai range \ I I'II'

... .A4 .:fi. II I II He believes in segregation and is the ONLY Candidate I
( 6RIIlVI .-.1 ) ou'll benefit from easier starting. -' GAINESVILLE BONDED I

'(1 FI 1{1lI'.JERf; a "1< I up to 45% I less oil consumption and t\\ WAREHOUSE i with a plan to maintain it. I II

(o R .r(( .:,.;; \. "i 40%lessenginewear..IJngergaso- I : lour Local Ianoergent i iI ,I I I'I ,
II R//Gttl ; ;,,5.It; ""'"r ;' line mileage. And TROP-ARTIC keeps ,. iI "
p )" .. I cleaner. Compared to old- I i.
: ; engines l
,, i<. ?;:''" "" fashioned motor oils! it can evenengine I Iii! // You BELIEVE That FARRIS BRYANT Is The Best Man In This i

daabk life!

PHILLIPS PmoLtiM (O\\P.y I I I :::1 i:: Race, Then VOTE YOUR CONVICTIONS And Help Elect : '

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I 1 I :I Him Governor Of ALL Florida '

: IT'S PERFORMANCE THAT COUNTS !,
MOVING STORAGEPhone I I :

PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED IN STARKE GainetiUeFR63221 !i I (I'd Pol .\Authori/ed bv County Chairman)

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BR\DFORD (,()L TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA \
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Sanford \u>ite
m1l1O. Teston, last week. i i ]Enfold Higginbotham home with seixed to the folios ng gu:: j A film on the Detection and guests of the A., M Blanchard! and reunion of the famiU It was Cliito-i: Rosie-!'. :Mr am '.r' F ;,
them for dinner Masses Gayle :Mooie Mary Ann Pi eveniion of Cancer shown tamily,
Hiss Jackie Harley of Jackson- i was 1 .
LAVTEYlj \/ i( ( I a surprise to him when he saw : *iii>nd! Rosier and( fl1l1l-: t' j
\ille the weekend with hell \rJ.r\'in Thompson spent Sunday :Motes. Gloria Crawford and Pat to the ladies of the communityat )[1'. and Mrs. D tt Stone were :
spent | 1 .'
the large take and all his chil- Law'lev. M' \1,1 1 \IiHa'iiptim L :-
Mr and Mrs Hubbard'' I with his brother-in-law Wainwright, and Mesdames the school! last Thursday afternoon -' business visitors to Lave Oak !
parents ( den, I and..hlldrt'lanJ great M. ai.il! :V1-: \
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)Ir. Joyce T. Putin.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Harley, i! ;sister, Mr and )Irs. Dan Starling | Hermie Kelly, Earl Teston, Henry ;i Saturday. 1 ...
I grard> hildren. About 40\ \serepreen' Mailing; aiid fin.:\ l..t' "
i Mrs P L. Dinkms, Mrs H C Wainwright. Sam Hicks, Arlie I The In'inIay: family visited "and'Mrs.-Edgar Wilkinson '
weekend Mr
Danny Phillips was the ; to help! h.sii debt: : .ite tl.onaMtm Ell'!.t )!...* C.1 I:o:; ..I.l1.! *. .
A, II Harley I>obb.s, James Waters, Ralph the Mark
of Mr and Mrs. Coleman Wainwright and Mrs I May family in Tampalast | and children were businessisi- .
guest J r't; : :\1. I
\Ii, .r..l! Mi.E J. Whelan o 0 attended the Bradford County Wi.se, Fred Moore Milo Smith, week. 11 e
;I Gainesville! Monda\ .
tors to
in Waldo. | ,
I Phillips > Those a'ti'i'iri' M1 anti Ian : ,
H. : ; were : i-; i:: "
ili K'ti:!t <' Mince. and Mrs A Council meeting of the Home ,. Joyce Futih. Willie Dobbs and I Tommie and Lillie May Griffi The L. L. Wamw right family I
Mrs Mary
and
,1n1: |."\ .vndwl: the Clay County ,,, Francis Prevatt '0 Demonstration Club on Tuesdayat I I :Mis Brownie Bennett Of Miami have moved here from Green! i of the State Farm were Friday

inriit I"euon.Uatron Club's liarden and son of Moultne, visited Heilbronn Springs The Joe Starling family, }lr. Cove and are occupying the evening guests of her nothrrMrs.
\, n ..t..fl .'nt flay Program at Mrs Susie Prevatt and Mrs Mr and Mrs Joe Shuford. of house. I
!' and Mis James Starling and :Mr: Walter Buchholtz The Sam Leona Hd\\ani
five Lift Saturday \V P Kemp Jr. during the weekend -;: I
:et': weekend ,
St Augustine were Tylers who have been occupyingthis i We are glad t" repn-! that
and ,
and :Mrs Cha..lStarling I KEEP
in
Saturday
ML .mil. Mss Floyd Parrish of They all spent Mrs John Shuford and
: guests of I house han moved to Green Mis. Mary Reddish was .tike; tr
Creep Cove with Mr. and Mrs dughter visited the Jim Starling '
Lik. 1 I'M.!' i \\to! S imUmii".ts Dave. : Cove. visit her sister )11 S. Lom' Norman -

'.1' A '. ,nniiin: iniih \\illnii Bell Mr and Mrs arvin Warrenof family Macdenny last SundayThe :Mr, and :Mrs Webb Kersey :i at Heilbronn last 'Ulld.iy.1' .
E; I i \1" DM''! KIP!..1i Th Iaiu.s Waters family at- Ja ksonile! visited the J. E Troy Bennett family had I i and family of Starke attended and Mis Walter Wilkei-on BILLY MATTHEWS\

wq1. tin I1: \Ii, i :Iii i T:nei, ,)i :"IIi1ed i him'h in Max\ille on Sun- Wal'lt'ns last weekend. i: as Sunday dinner guests Van I services at the First Daptist who have re..t'ntlv01.1! then

.- -. Mr and Mrs Allan Starling of 1! Patel and daughter, Gunga, of I! Chunk on Sunday.: | farm will move into thenel! !\'
Your Vote WiltllelpELECT ..T.wksom'iIIt't're Sunday dinnerrueM.x Mr and Mrs Dan Harley and new home on Haifotd nil i Iof! in the
: Starke, and Mrs Gene Fogg ofOcala. ( IN
< of Mr and Mrs. Luther I family spent the wet'kt'ndit1 I near future CONGRESS

P Hilhaid, :Mr and I M-s JV KdwanU i ir I HirtlHI.I Ol..n...1
)[r Maggie Jones of Swains- Mrs Seme Prevatt had as Saturday Iavton.i .1 Q Kn-iei t t,1' I. t'.t t.. u';,

hMo Gi. anti Mrs William Whi-I!' guests Mr and Mrs Brook I I Mr and! \t-- T H I 11I .\',. ,.;;: htted: ) !his bit irr! l hdl\ ,I.\'t.:
Paul Raymond taker of Brunswick spent Satur- Starling Joe Starling. Mr. and I
l ,1.1\) -.\ ith Mrs Carrie Casque andL 1 Mrs Vann Futch and family, andI MIN :VTIO.NA1.. lSSliS: : :: :
(' Mr and :\ll's1.: B Futch all of I
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TO THESchool I He has \otrtl for.segregation; :Stales; Right.; Legi.lation i
The J. n Clarks were in Gieen Jac'ksonvillt'
fair to all; peace through a strong military defense;
rare Springs Sunday afternoon Mrs Arthur Pearce, Mrs Troy 1
and fur a balanced budget Member Committee
foi a visit with the Jim New-some Bennett Mrs Joyce Futch on
Board I HUNDREDSof \ l.teransffairs.. Surd:
family I Blaine and Ed Teston, visits l'ongress. and Committee on
.\ >riculture. Mth I
I ('Cln rl'OO'"
.e. Mrs E J \\Tielan entertainedthe I It Mis Blaine Teston in the hospital -

.. t ]);i-t. 2 S. StarkeOuntyatLanje t Home Demonstration Club at Lake Butler on Sundae details are managed and economically -
at her home Wednesday afternoon 0 aflt'rnoon.Irs, Pearce and Mrs : attended that only a trained and ON LOCAL ISSl'KS: :; ::; :
After business was transacted Bennett also visited their father
the hostess served delirious: Shad Thomp on, who lives ii I careful organization can attend when I'ouuht to I keep Camp Wanding;: and has worked for it.

t For careful, eunWientiou+, refreshments to her guests Lake Butler I I the urgent need for serving is at maximum U&l'. helped get :$27:: *. 000/ in federal funds

iiulept'iiili-nt thinking and :Mr and Mis P L Dinkins hadas I II I Musses Matv Ann Motes and i hand. for Bradford County I1u.pital. Voted for the Democratic

\.tin:: on our School Board weekend guests Mr and MrsHOI.HP Gaxle and Jo'rt'ddyIoore: wen Farm Programoted;: for federal program such as

Tote fur Paul Kajniond.He I Cox of Jacksonville, and Sunday dinner guests of Mr.: am .I Old Age A.ssj.stance.i road funds, l'ol'huClllunl'h pro ram,
; :Mi and :Mrs paul Dinkins of St. Mis Seeber Doyle Andrews and DeWITT and other that hale
will safeguard the interests C. JONES programs;: brought hundreds of

of you and your! Augustine daughter in Wildwood. Phone 7 Starke Fla.Ambulance. thousands of dollars to Bradford Count during the
(liildrcn.He 1 Mi.- A H Harley is visiting her Mr and :Mis C B Hiatt and past three year

sun. Dutch, and family at Heil daughters enjoyed a visit to Silver Funeral Director ServiceOur
Springs on Sunday afternoon.
hronn
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Rev, F.dgaWilkinson returned local funeral home enables 04 to offer
her convenience W
)[rs. A H Hat lev is visiting i
frill appreciate Jour vole and support and I I Staike spent Sunday afternoon Saturday from Cairabelle xxhere services not otherwise available Hear Billy Matthews on Station VVDVH

ir//// continue to show his appreciation after I with the Edwin Starlings he had assisted Donald! Blander' .. ..
r.itnih' Reunion in a two weeks meetingMr I .I I I Saturday, May 5, at 5:30 p.m. and VVMBR

election by nerving you iffPd. //. The relatives of Mis Senie 0 : and :Mrs Perry Davis had' We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, ana 4 10:25

( I'ul.Ih'.) Pi.exalt met at her home Sunday .is a dinner guest on Thursday! accept ANT: We Insurance policy In force, !issued by ANY Television Friday, May at p.m.

fm a family dinner. Those; en-: Mrs Nellie Mae Dryden of Ink company u payment In part or in full on a funeral
Pd Pol.h iI i
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joung this occasion were the I Ii sonville. l Consultation carries no obligation
i Tom :Norman family of Macden-, Mrs Edgar Wilkinson and i lid

nthe Han Tyler family of dien spent froml'Iln..sdlv until i .
Return 0. H A R R ELLI' : '
M. -
:Middlebuig! the John Drown fam- o Friday in Biookei with hei I -- ---- ,-- :' ,, -- --- -- ---'T" __ __ _,_ __ ____ __ ._. .u ,_ _== : :-_
ilx. :Mi and Mrs Mitchell Brown o parl'nts11' and Mrs :Noon Mott
To Then" i and! family, the Ralph Wise fam- ; while :Miss Katherine M Davu

i'x. the Harold Eunice family, the visited with Miss Ola M.n> Phillips .
Board of County I'Leonard Prevatt family. Mr and: "

': i :\Irs. J. S. Eunice Jr., and :Malhe Mr. and Mrs Ix>.slie Phillips am' WEIGH THE FACTS !

\ CommissionersFROM : Prexatt of Richburg, S, C. son El' 'IP of Staike mete Thursday

I Mrs Klishi: : Prescott Miss Virginia I evening guests oi tin u .T

4 ;" 'h I DIST ."> Guff. and Romeo Pies- Phillips family.
1. '; iott of Highland. and Mis LejI The Young Matrons cinie in t
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:*iitj. Piexatt and daughter of the State the WMU: of the First Baptus
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Where He Has I
: Farm were Sunday afternoon Church gave the Wilsons' a nous I

: ; The People guests of :Mr and :Mrs W E warming at then new hour'?
ill Served CONSIDER !
Griff;:. I I: northwest of Lawt.on th,

.ofllradford :Mi and :Mis Charles Sherman o Blackburn road Tliexxei presented I
J and Mr and Mrs Johnny Crawford manx lu-eful gills.
CountyWith were Sunday dinner guests' lames Smith I
of the Guy Futch family. er has been lontimd to tie hospital ,. II

I Bridal shower in Lake Bullet! for the pas Do you consider the children of the Community (Bradford County)
1 :Miss Delyne Ciews. whose marriage xxeek Mrs Geoije. Robe,1k'. ha
4' Fairnesslioncslg ': to Robeit Pierson of Dade to be worth more than backroom political deals?

f'ilwi1l he an event of the near VOTE; FOR

; flit! I I future; was the inspiration for a !D. B. (Dick) ThomaFor :: Is it fair to these children --- our future citizens --- to cast a vote based

E k, : f, and Integrity i, D 111'1showt'r B Thomas.given Mrs byIrs C \'-. j on personality or personal revenge or to "Get" somebody or a fancied

I Thomas, and Mrs :Mitchell P.row-n CONSTABLEDistrict slight?

YOl'U VOTE AM n St'PPOUT WILL THt'LY BKPd. at the Thomas home last Fndaxexenmg t One
,I Do want just ANYONE 21 of who can
you over years age scrape up
1'1'1:11.TEn) \ i' tarJ..t'
: : i!i After the playing of several (Umtej. V )

( Pol. ,\llq i games and the opening of the (Pd. Pol. .\dCLIMBIH& \'.. the Qualifying (?) Fee to administer the wise expenditure of $812-

I-- gifts. delicious refreshments of ._.A ; 400.00 in ONE YEAR?

1 i
: 1 :f. Do you realize that the County Superintendent of Schools MUST

have special training and experience in not only teaching all levels of

} school children but also know how to administer the complex laws

affecting our schools? (This training is unobtainable at any Army

KEEP FLORIDA Bandmasters' School.)


Will you agree, then, that a Coach, a History Teacher, or a Band Dir-

ector, however proficient in his SINGLE FIELD, will NOT necessar-

KEEP ily make a capable School Superintendent? Ever?


tk' "'' Do you know that under existing school laws and regulations, the

County Superintendent is bound legally to spend the available fundsas

ear-marked? (Rash patronage promises about building new

school facilities such as auditoriums, or buying a new line of busses,

etc., are preposterous, ridiculous, and impossible!)

::" Are you aware of the fact that the Schools of Bradford County are

OUTSTANDING among all those of North Florida? Do you know

study connected the with example his state set by government.Governor"Collins and others that this growth and development has been achieved since 1948 when

Afoul Segrfgiition. "As I have said repeatedly I favor segregation in our Harmon Morgan became County Superintendent?
public schools. It is part of Florida's custom and law.
I will all of the lawful of the Governor's
power
"Governor COLLINS1 Example office to use preserve this custom and law," says Gover- I Do you know that the achievement records of the 1956" GraduatingClass

nor In fact Collins.these are the words he used on May 17, 1954- are higher than the State average? Do you suppose that better
Might Well Be Studied. even before he became Governor.
And, in Governor Collins' address to the joint session instruction, better equipment, buildings, and other improvements obtained

safe At!jut j Constitution of saying the:Legislature, April 5, 1955, he repeated this pledge through Harmon Morgan's efforts may have brought about this

"Segregation in our public schools is a part of Florida's change?
in editorial about custom and law. I will use all the lawful power of theGovernor's
The Atlanta Constitution, an "
great and law.
office to this custom
Flonda's handling of the segregation question recently That pledge has been preserve repeated many times-and kept! :: Do you realize that without Harmon Morgan's efforts to improve the
had this to say: has swerved from his firm stand
Collins
Governor never
"Governor LeRoy Collins of Florida has issued a of maintaining segregation yet avoiding turmoil, strife and : School System Bradford County would not have a Summer Recreational
handling
sensible statement praising the State's 'cool-headed' violence. And he has not failed! i
of the racial segregation problem. Where segregation is concerned, Florida needs a LEADER Program, an Adult Education Program, the Veterans Institute,

"'We have thus far; he said, 'avoided furor and hysteria not a demagogue. Florida needs a man with a clear and other fine ?
and at the same time have: effectively, supported our head, a firm hand and an understanding of the problem. : many Programs
traditions. We are not asserting our position by defiance Only such a Governor can control the situation and KEEP
and we are not permitting our emotions to destroy rea FLORIDA CLIMBING I Do you realize that your present County Superintendent Harmon
have clean, sane sound and pro.
Florida
If to
soning. you want
". Florida has not integrated its public schools but gressive government vote to keep LeRoy Collins your Morgan has won the sincere respect and admiration and support of

neither has it destroyed them. Other states might well Governor the school employees, the Teachers, the Administrators, not only in

I Bradford County but in other Counties, the Colleges, and the State

I Department of Education?
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'. '" ,'x ,''' If You Care --- REALLY CARE --- About The Children Of


RE-ELECT GOVERNOR Bradford County




LeRoykCOLLINS VOTEHARMON




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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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.\\', M\V 4. 1936 BRADFORD OO1TNTY TELBGBAPH. 8TAKKE. FLORIDA
I'U.K NINE
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Methodist ChurchSunday I II I \\OODM\\X MISSIONARY' !' I
MI aCR St. Edward's ChurchSunday AIKI'MIK I5UTIVTIIUKII IONGMFI) DIxTRIOT

I \PTIsT CliriUlI ( BtI't'T\ il\SIJ )l1...TFJ; :
I I :: Church School! 9 :3rt VOTE ron |
: Mass at 9.1 a. m. 10 a U1 Sunday School, 11 a.m. KtL. G.
:111. Morning Worship 11 a m.. Holy day masses, 6.30 a. m. and i preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: Hemingway will Eugene M Long Past Haste
prayer preach ":MoseAnd: 'D B. Dick Thomas
r Burning ( )
On The .
1'1'1.! Do Remembrance of Me .
in 8:30 I
> of
a. m.Children's service 7 o'clock song services 1 Bush" at the Biaatosd Lodge Xo. C5 F. ,V.
Airpaik
R ration Time 6 p.m. Fellow- Catethism Cass' each services. Baptist AM. ForCONSTABLE
I 1:30 evening Church. and a 32 degree Stot.ish:
...... .-hip Supper 6:13: p.m. Fellow- Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Sunday rooming at 11
I Rite
I o'lloik. Mason was named
Lacey Conway DistIll t
l'ip! Sing around the tables. 7 He).tone Height- Hampton f'hrUtijn (hunh pastor.
HOMFXOMIVi.T P 'ii MYF Worship Service fur (At St. William's Chapel) Deputy Grand Master of the *>tn District One
Presbyterian Church I Sunday Bible S1oo110 a. m. C Ill R'H
OF .u-'S:: ( IIKI>TI
\: IIOPK IS \1"1-:.r footii groups 7.15: p.m. Evening (Follow Hiwax 21 south to St 11 :Masonic District aicoidinjr M ' j Preaching a. I.iwt.N. Markt1IM.
I m. EveningChristian \TTKICY sITS ( tv > :
F. U\ Aiitil! Court Worship 8pm.Monday William's Sign.) Endeavor 7 announcement: 3..s; wed .,iCharles i\ .
< il" i p. m. Preaching .. I'ol.' \tl\. .
fite Hope iidpu ht; imiiih at -- WSCS Circles 2 and Mass ... II : Services each R '. (
'ic.! 8pm. Sunday 8 a. ( 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Bbl Sunday in old Lucas. G! .1:1iL.i : -:,
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Moii- Theressa will observe it annual: I 3 meet, 3 p.m Official Board : Holy! day masses 7:30: a. m. Study Hour 7:30; p. m. Willard M. i!.Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun ofIaons: in Flol1da.I I

in_ Worship, "The Fullness i Homecoming Day on May 13. I I meeting, 7:30: p.m. j Confessions before all Masses. Jones, Pastor. day School 10 a. m. Sacrament .

Thereof," 11 a.m. Youth Fellow-.1 I Following the regular morning Tuesday WSCS Prayer Sen-ice 6:30 p m. Everyone wets I lie-Elect
!I services, dinner will be served en I j Group, 9:20: a.m.lYednesday I come. f
ship, 6 p.m. Evening Worship | St. Mark's Episcopal BETHEL '
Thornton
the with and Johns
grounds singing
"I Believe in the Ascended Christ" j Junior Choir'Practice E. MacBlaln 15UTIVT CIirUCH
I Rev Raymond
7:30 testimony services afterwards. J 3:30 p.m. Bible study" KI.VGsLEV LAKE ,
I
p.m.Tuesday
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching -
is invited to
of the' Everyone cordially and Player, 7:30: p.m. Commission Maik's IIS'IOXAR8.l71'ST
Episcopal
Circles 'i[ Services at st.
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j services 11 a. m. and 8pm. ,
Women of the Church will mee I, attend. I I of Education :Meeting, 8:15 pm Church will be as follows: Song service 7:30 p. m.- Rev. -Sunday School 9:4;> a.m. Morning r 'ii School Board Member
as fonows0.: 1, Mis. t'I Thursday Youth Choir piac-, Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church
I | R. L. Lee, pastor. ] Worship 11 am. ,
i NEW RIVER Evening .
Crowson hostess S pm. Xo. 2 'I I tice. 6:30: pm Chancel! Choirpradice. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. :Service 7:30 A DISTRICT 4 COUNTY! AT LARGEl,
\PTIST CIIUKCII II j Evening Service 8pm. Prayer p.m. Prayer Meeting ", )
Mrs. L. H. Gibson hostess .:30 l 7:30 p.m :Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: I each ...)
1 lie
Wednesday .:30 Is .\ Father 4 Children
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -I : ,Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.-Rev. p.m. Everyone -
No. 3, Mrs. R. G. Pate"soihosess I I p.m. Y. P. S. L.
p.m. \
Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service : JIJW.11.1'1':1.. ] 7:3 m. Litany I C B. Stalhngs, pastor. \\'elcome.-P.e\ II. H. Mott, J. In School.
8 pm.Wt'dnesddY I Wednesday: } p pastor.
Prayer Meeting 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I ASSEMBLIES: OF GOD : and Meditation; 8pm. Choir I I 2. I Raised and Educated in Bradford

7:30 I Wednesda '. 7:30 p. m. Everyone KeChpstrr C. Roherson. Pastor, Practice. I EVERGREENBhITIST j's.noo..n .. County.
p.m.Thursday u
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welcome.L.. L. Parker, pastor. I Sunday School Irt a.m. Morni { CHURCHSunday I I
Junior Choir prac Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, | .\nn XTIST CIirKCII ____
III' 1111111 I I II --
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i i ing Worship 11 a.m. Evangelistic : School 10 a. Preach- tj t
t 7:30 ra. I
tire 3:30 pm 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday : a. m.' I II
| services .:t5 p.m. :, awaits exeryone.mriuii 'I[ling 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 i I Services each Sabbath in the Conscientious Dependable QualifiedIf I

Tuesday Informal Prayer at'I I[Ip. m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer 1 home of S. X. Brown across from :
1 You Will REMEMBER To Vote For Me
1th Church 7:45 p.m. OF CHRIST ',Meeting Wednesday 7-30; :: p. m. Bethel Baptist Church east of ,

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Thursday Mid-Week preach- ('. L. Oxerturf Jr., Minister I Statke Sabbath School 2pm I Will NEVER FORGET You

I ling service 7:13:I pm Sunday B.ble Study 10 a. m. 1 IIEILBRONNBvrnvr Bibl study each Wednesday (Pd. Pol. .\dv) I
FLA. Saturday; -- 7:43: ; p.m. Christ Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve- CHURCH 30 p. m Arden Mote pastor

j Ambassadors. Young Peoples ning Worship 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching I .
Servic ': Wednesday Bible Study 7:30; ::
11 am. Training Union! 6:30:
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor PIE m I Your Vote and Support on May 8 Will "
\'. n' and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 'Meeting Wednesday 7:30: n: ,
Jefferson j I AT HVM1TOX: r.UTlvr each Sunday 9am. StationWDVH. p Be
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 }{..v. Walter Zvocla, dnecto of I ReF B Beard, paste: Appreciate For

the Palestine Missionary League ,

A.M. 7:30 P.M. will speak at the evening Sf'I"\'U'e- { Y ;
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 R. H.RUSSELL( )
at Hnmpton Baptist Chuuh on GREEN ;
6:16 P.M. Re-elect
Sunday School l 9:43 A.M. Training Union Sunday May 6. at S p.m. Mi P. D, REDDISHYOUR

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.: Zvoda is a world traveler lecturer : CANDIDATE FOR
and evangelist of renown.

Hear the Sunday :Morning Service over WDVH at This service will feature r, SHERIFF COUNTY COMMISSIONER t:

film called "Inside Faissia ...
Christian i -..
and :3; Sunday.The BRADFORD COUNTY -
1 3,
11am. Regular Broadcast Every ," deputing the growth ofj I
District 5 Brooker
-- and New
i Russia and the formatIOn ,jt the River -
I'I'I FOR HONESTEFFICIENCYANI :
Xoi thei n Confederacy.In

I addition to the film MtI :' : ) PROTECTION Count j-At-Larje .t

I Zvoda will speak on the subject (

:Most Important Thing In Life Is To Be In God'sWill ; "The" Doom of Russia in Pales (Pd. Pol.d\-.) HORN I901)!)) AND REARED IN BRADFORD z
tmr The invitedGIIr.OS .
public is COUNTY.
Sermon: .
Don'tliss: This Important
: HAS FOUR CHILDREN IN BRADFORD
COUNTY
How Can I Know God's Will For My Life? :: TO COMHTTSKKMCEs SCHOOLS. :
: : AT IIF.ILBRO.NN: \: TO THE PEOPLEOF

11 A.M.: Representatives of The Gideon. .
| will conduct, the morning worship I BRADFORD COUNTY
j ser'ire at the Heilbronn!

First Baptist Church HamptonSunda '|i Springs Baptist Church Sunday I II Owns His Own Farm (4 Mi. NE of Brooker on Hwy 235)
I want to take this
I and tell of the ministry of thsj: With election day nearing opportunity -

i organization in placing Bibles In to thank the people of Bradford County and the

School 10 A,:M. *, Motels Hotels and public institutions people of my district for the warmhearted reception Will Maintain Segregation In Our Schools

i Also the Testaments in which I have enjoyed during my days in office and mycampaij.'l1ing'
UT.U. 7 P.M. the hands of school children fi om ,
I am sorry that I have not had the timeto Member
the :th grade Masonic Lodge Pinehill Number Nine
upURIsTMN
Evening Service S P.M. see each and er'one of you personally. As you ,

know this County of ours cotters a great spot in this
'
Do You Need Inspiration Attend 1ST PLANS( IIOMrXOMl.VU: ( lit Rll i wonderful State, of which we are proud. Deacon & Secy.-Treas., New River Baptist Church

"HOUR OF POWER" Wed. S P.:M. | : Sunday. May 6, will be Hopiri : .\Sou know I bare two children of whom both are

>j 'rHERE'S t.Marvin i oniing Day at the First Chi i,- : married and have children of their own going to school. Will Put Forth All The Effort One Man Can Offer.

: E. Faile Pastor I han Church with Rt'.T.. B And I feel that I ha\e the qualification of being one of
Dixon conducting the 11101 nm'st' *, worked the interest
jour School Board members. I hate to -
Dinner will be sci\od
!vices
of our schools, and the people of our County
on the grounds at noon, after
which a note-burning ceremony The job needs a man with the experience in this RUSSELLREEN; STATES "I HAVE u'I.nIY: RECORD AND

will be held. Rev. C. E. Be:ry; of :great,_ troubled time that we hate confronting at THAT RECORD IS MY CAMPAIGN. IF ELECTED
I WILL SEE TO IT
THE SECRET:: Lake City will conduct j>ftrrnoorserues >
white
this time. stand for separate schools for the
Everyone is welrom.1 and colored. And I pledge to the people of Bradford THAT WE GET: .\MANY: CENTS AS POSSIBLE FOR THE TAX DOLLAR ) -
attend.
/IAPP/N.TWIeTl F utmost cooperation with the people and
County my .INI111'II f KEEP THE ROADS LEADING; TO ALL CEMETERIES -
'ISiIS. ; ('OS\:\TIO\ School Board
POWER MOWER AND CHURCHES: : OPEN AND IN GOOD; CONDITION."
The Biadiord-L'nion Singm-i I hope you will consider t this a personal message
HAS NO WHEELS \ Convention will meet Sunda' of thanks for jour cooperation during the twelve jears

Ma6, at Bayless Highwa':: through which it has been my privilegand pleasureto
Powerful, self-propell Baptist Church for an a- earnest desire is to continue to sene
,a ed roller drive. Glides niee'ing There will be dinner on sere jou My
.
as
the capacity You. the people of Bradford
in
same
on 5kid-pan. Can the grounds, and everyone n- you EFFICIENT HONEST IMPARTIAL'I
and district hate been most cooperathe andit
I County
not scalp lawn.Fingertip tiMChtid in nix-pel singing i-* my
forward-stop-Reverse. urged to ,.ittendGRIFFIS has been through this cooperation that we hate been

Leaf Mulcher available. A new I i able to accomplish the things we ha\e Will Strive To Make Our Dollars Have More Sense'

kind of power mower. mFWnrm VV..n 1 I hope when you :go to the polls on :May Sth that you

I will cast jour ballot for me.
TRY IT ON YOUR LAWN BEFORE YOU BUY LOOP I B( wishes and thanks to each and exerjone -- --------- -- -- -



HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. IH Mrs. 1''u Colcuian) J. E. BROWN

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PHONE 69 STARKE, FL.\. firs Seleta Coleman had ask (I'd. 1'.1.lh'.) %.

[k' guest Sunday her daughter, Mrs | i ((

't A\a Keene of Palatka and granddaughter I
Mis Julius \'ames.III< \
j i Flu" i ahone., .1
ATTENTION MR FARMER I
a :
Rex and Mis Richard I.-'. net ,

manhouse; guests ovei the
weekend Among then .vvi I

Make Your i i :Mis Lee's sister: Mis Hat o
Monte of Oviedo.

:Mi and Mrs Clyde Di,,v i a
e
: visited Mi and Mrs. Dot' 1'HI. ", ', r
FARMERS MUTUAL
EXCHANGE
\In Sunday. I Y \

.. (Irs Opal Allen and d.uignii-
JoMis. Jimmie Woodant :'M.t
Your Headquarters for Co-Op
i llyn Higginbotham, and Me-

Emma Grover and daughh-i R>'., E
Fertilizers and Top Dressings Sue: were in Jacksonville Thins

day visiting friends and ret'! '..->. I

:Mr and Mrs Ned Colemai a yt4 /r7

cei\ei a letter from the' II'' '
'datt.
Analysis Price Per Ton .. 'i'\
Elisha Nolan :Monday 110' :I 11- I
finished the courses at tilt N'i'

Ammonium Nitrate 81.00 ;, man. Okla. XAATC and hioe>t

Nitrate of Potash (15-0-14) 72.00 : transferred to the Naval AMI' i ..
: Technical Training SI'h'l .1 \

Nitrate of Soda 62.00 I Memphis. Tenn., where lit vxu
take up electronics.
14-0-14 68.00
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Mi s. Jimmie Woodaid. MamvnHitginbotham. \

10-0-10 52.00 Mr. and Mi.M .-.. I ,
Allen!, and family attendee: ; : ,
.
4-12-12 41.50 services at the Church of God ir
J/q
4-8-6 34.95 Lake Butler last Tuesday night
-
Bunnie Sea of Rhode slang ..

4-8-8 36.00 viMted her grandmother Mrs ;I

flan T Brown, and her
aunt
'
0-10-20 -40.00 I
Mrs Raihel Sausei:; ', last Sunday. ,
banks of }
"Piggy are okay, course
Mr and Mrs. Lacy Brown were
I nests; of Mr and Mrs ...
And Many Other AnalysesUse last Saturday. ClydeBrown but I have a savings account all my own at thegrownups' -

Mis Richard Lee's friends willt.'Siet :
bank. What's more it's earning
,
to know that she has been
Your Farmer-Owned Cooperative On 1.1: !f"1 several days: and ad-I
was eswhat
G this is !
interest all the time! day
All Your Farm Needs And Save Money milted to a hospital in Jacksonville I
o:: Tuesday fr>r treatments.
,
We would like to welcome our --
newiorseis, Mr. and Mrs E. A ,J Oafj one day it could le-Mother's Day! ances male ideal gifts for graduation,
OPEN SAYINGS ACCOUNTS AT OUR BANK FOR
Fuide!. who have the And how Mother
bought hill appreciate all those birthday, anniversaries, wedding, and
Paris home.
YOUR YOUNGSTERS, AND DEPOSIT REGULARLY! extra electric helpers khich male hom- other social occasions.. I
Mr and IDs Steel are also
FARMERS MUTUAL new omers to our communityThe laVing' so much easier! You can select from a Bide variety useful

have built a lovely home But Mother's Day isn't the only lime electric gifts oluth leep on giving l'ea5ure1eleclric !

next door to the Faudels and are gifts vt jut right. Electric! appliconxtn nce. !Letter living for years l come.
now' in the poultry business. I -.. .
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I
EXCHANGE INC. The Ned Colemar-s have themeasles ,
SE; :r>m ncieo.5oONJ! '
: :at their house this week FLORIDA BANK <>< STARKEMember '

Mrs Ruv-ell McRae wa .r
'
21G N W. 10th A\e Gainesville; Fla .i.iks'rttile Tuesdav: Florida National Group IT*

PHONE: FltKLI.109: : ;) fits. Los Coleman: AJ- ,r .4ttrr4. ';;;;: FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT ..vMPAHYnan.
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TEX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAI'II STARKE. FLORIDA

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School bus had to run early so be less expensive for me to rf l I'M. ,
pad \\.1\ with th I
j( I rt-S'-tp" the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or eeks! in the Bradford County Tele- ,
Abouts Busses of the Circuit Court In and before Ih.4 day ..f Jinotherwise you are r"'I'llr"1 1MHto' a 'P\ ,
The an increase in taxes. 17:6.; i graph.t'.tt..1 .
as to run another route. .. four
n
l r..If".1! c. t.re '.r pad:
.UII".1' f K.r-! :
Mr Morgan stated that thit \ .. the allegations of said ;t Ih.- .'- dds "f \inl.| 1"".., >mplalnt' n'h, I'..,n' H ,.. -
only relief I got for m\' children ui"in it' i't ( l. >f "I jnhli- Complaint will be taken u confessed MOftuial >eal) Charles A. Darby .\.1' :.
',. .. vests the only remedy. There art "" of thinotice, the fi.-tiiious; by you.This I 1 Clerk I .n I
of the .
o Circuit .
Ic Court .
'( .ntimiP* h !t.>" Pagf r1 i 'f \ it w is t" (:'i i\ !ii.\ i hilii "t 'iiil.t 1 /-.1
"h ... ", .,. ulv.. .!,. ,I .t ;..: i It" .I.IL \\II..": S> ill) i'i =>i>ni.- things that Mi. Morgan ri.l.i, under \\'h'h l'u",1 v\ ,. are nf St.irkr,'n.t!;- each notice week shall f,.r be four publishedonoe con ecue I B" Ma-an: I.. Cs''), De-"i.. 4 v 41 Clerk"-. .,. 'I''I'.1'. '.Lurh.rw1' the-' or'. ... to ... '
.. ,. .' .... il'' 'P.not know. First HetI I in bu-tua at l.'l: I:. Call St th' week In the Bradford County !
., 'I" III: f .J.I. : :I'i'' L I" t' i- '<\\i':' h..., Fla. Telegraph
,1 >e.-n t know tor he would have { Mill i: 111 U'l'RlR.Is I
f f1 A. Triml'Ie, \\''') i ''-. ,:.i. Iin.il tin-, '.'7 tlt\ ?.r \1',1.I 1.'1iiOFK1CIAI. ; bruit "'ourt. IlradforJ Cooalr.
r .rsvwt.ant --1 _...LW tIII"! 1- !tt',1! differently) that this ',rguua (' hat ii-, ol\:, );. Mvrtlf ( SEAL Chune> A. Darby Kloriiln: IB I.haD..r,.. ., .. .. 1',,' al:...gt,' -
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WI"' -_--_ School bus arriving; Stark Fla. Clerk of the Cirwiit Court I : i I" i i .i// .1 w.:. : 'akrt; .
i Iiinmi was : I '. .. thi-- _:;th tidy ..f .\I'.i, By Marian L. Crosby. Dei itv CKrU I j ,. '. ..I I." } .",.
:'i?>m :;ill<> to 45 minutes I insteadr 1 I"' ,': .ilM.uk.. r.i.ul'.ii' ....van : 4 4MIIKI ; '! ,.., I. .. .. ;
r I ,
I "I i the' !."> or 20 minutes as he FI..I.. ':\<.ttre In %|>|ienrr :
,
if ifI
Week's
This Specials ,. |f ', : to \i'i'i\K
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I -',ttlrlbefore! /, school time. In (irrnil tiiirt., llrailfonl 'iiiinH.I'lorlil.i I \ '' '

|is."i onii Mr. Morgan probably i I \Il'lI'lo U."'.: \It : In C lianrrry.Mllk.ll. \ ... .. ..
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9 : 1.\1. -L.\ 'r.. ..
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(Irrnll 1'ourt. .
llmdfurd ,
Conntf .
I _
d I.. not know that the High 11.111"1'! I'l.llII '
i riil.i: In ( hnnrrrr. ,i/.,1 ll.i! ,n-, I" t. .i! t'it ri- I r. ., .' \ 'r, hr
May 4 Thru May 10 >. hntil bus wastes from 10 to 20I I: \ Ih.dr.: 'ili Kiil.j rit.i.tii(!. v- 1ikI",,... j .,
: TII"fIl"KrI': : I'lftmlai'I fi-i NNorice '
I nm,ii'cs most mornings after | I 1" .\|iirnrT"
x -
students l. -t.N.: 1"' H.i?..I H.nnul" 1 h .-. _:; _;'ifC -: _: '
;n 'king up a number of (' I llrr To tpprar J !" : W bJ "
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1.1: Tli. I- T
.ma- Kir'i!
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Third -
i"- \\rtiting< for tIme. -- Y ,u are hereby nutifird tli. '
ldtlnr 'lit; (;jit! -:iriil.nt; S.nrh/ i .._ t
C Hi. .lue.sn't[ know that the Junior and wh.,.... ..Titot ii'.n.ii\ 7 for di'or..ehas
TOILSKt been filed against l-i the
.. you
: 'ul.il.!
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: S'utIi
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Ln
sluilii 4.r
; unloading i .
""i i[ bus was .
..... .. above named Court and i t"- :i'.i
are '
) iiuurlej that
:I 1 .
ariualM \ are required to 1'.1 i.f
"' -, it times. before the fort yon pv
schoolg1 t t I 1 "l <>nr < .' ., year anow..r..r pl..adml' tli),,, ..
the lM.it .11,1]
I M: teacher on K;: t'"! f oumpliint the Pluntifr, ,, ---
on 't t %
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Quality ;"n" h.lil -ui>.pi>it ...,,1 .iln *
: "in 1 ,
1 soot 1 : I was present when the 1 K I'* \ii.iu Si.iiU: 1 l'
been
I filed aeainki )ou in in, and file the original tldLred
In :
;t Limit
.
of the Junior HighS named Court and ,
fJ' npipal' cause an of the Clerk .if the \1'11.1 r' on.
Full !s* I :innivas, asked about a teach- are required to servn a ropy o f I I.. ""1' n,. ,1 ,1 I .
an.tner or pleadme to the .
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-uri alit
oll..nte the :: r. n .f
,
i- bring present when the bus rr nn the famffl 't't'
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XX ::1.1' A I t' "Ii i I' 1. '
stated that he !I. "
I H-med 1 and he '" :r"rd h\ \.HI.
'.u: I.! II. "I." Tt, I''.:'I: e"s'..i"h:: '! ,!Ir
I 1,1 A to it that someone was present file inuriKi'iiI In 'I- r.rr- ", I. .' .. II" ..? .t t. :vin' '
SCARVES to see to the children. So ,

!.If .ts I know there has been a 1 ( .

T.-.I. !'UT present since. ;

l.st Quality ]>: it be understood that this ;

1 S" Silks -nit hearsay Xeither have II ; ; 1 t

:2 LimitChildren's I I guessed 1 : I 1 at the time. I made it my : CARL.PREVATT 44 ,

business to check the time and : : ,

-- I. umstanoes. \Ve have fine men ::I ;

BoxerSHORTS .-unnll1 for positions in our sihool i I Which Trades At Koch's
?
I Sst"11and I believe that any oneof Triplet

CIo < them can lender an effluentS'Tvuo

the tax of thisBounty' :
to payers
if they will get out and\ ; : : l : The middle man you can slight ; the one on

find the most efficient and tolerable | | "

!>t Quality I \1 ay to serve.I : i I the left is right. We have the kind of low

He;{. 39c would suggest that if the

2 Limit I s,houls cannot be operated effi- prices and high quality items that make

Prints and Solid ( ient\! for a nine month term

that our public officials should YOUR your budget workable. To see us first is to
begin to talk of an eight orseven

Men's C I month term If children COUNTY COMMISSIONERIs make dollars last. Check specialsfor
must Batch a school bus Vfondavlight > your our

in order to he at school

SHIRTS1st I 'II' t time. then it is time '0 change today. -

the sihool schedule I tealizc

Quality I, 'hat this early bus schedule ;if-

SKipdenU I '..i'- "nlv a minority, but in !tin-
mil III
:2 Limit : "tint I iv the minority shoul.i hart

I stum- consideration KOCH'S
- I I :,en not saying that it wouldM i DRUG STORE

I I ,it h<> to increase tiv--
necessary
IMPORTEDGINGHAM ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
C i I in older to modernize our count' 7w

I i ,i- -\stem. neither am I a'1WI.tl. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'.t
I
'I>_, :t tax: burden for this piirjios.-

tint I in saying that there should I J 1-

PIECEGOODS I I be mote thought given: to 1 tne"p. 14 i .._:'-" -. '. :'-.i.-. :;::: ,' .- .;: .,:_. .. : ": : 2 -:""
.
i .itum of the busses we ha\1;

Ifeautiful Plaids : MI .1" nut t0 inconvenience anyonea'u

O Limit 'I). I mot e than is ne<'essaiv.
Respectfully submit.1 Humbly Gratefulfor Sell It Rent It Trade II

H H. Matt


l'holle 3.i4 :MOTHKK 1'N1'IT: roll S.\\('IIII.DKK.V:-; m't: :... : the friendship of the peopleof WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

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May 1. 19V, Bradford County.WE Low Kales Good Results kasyTn Place

i r, I i- Editor:
I U 0 WORDS OK I.ESS. ONE INSERTION 50c
I would like to inform you thitMi : t

I' nit Ravmond is cornet in I.UI1: .\UIIITIOX.I.HUm 2c
ARE
PROUD of
10; \\ our new Industries -
'i i' 1 lI isations that school Lasses ol'I11T or i.% PIn: ('J:'" o\ 1\\0 OK 'fllln: I\<..FIIIIOSI

('allt.: ,litand unfit for childion and of the good people who ::5t' tDOti'i.i, U FUll fll.I' ll? Olt 1)S'tOT I'' > l\ ,\11\ t\l'F

d!,' in The bus that picks
,, I'M: GENT:;; T"i ix.im, "mi h"m< oil I \\ .\M: I.I": I 1\1': ". M.I 1\ ,
chose to make our County their Kuiu'-!l.x l.ik-' ">lII.It..I| \' futII-I i 1' >:111... "Ih I'll ";,. "II. I
.. ,-htil 1 Its \\-i.; ilui.HK s-uiiinifr
# .''iI" _;' : :t. -,-.. -_. :_-\I.' -._:-. : ..' .... __- -i w. c. r. a. home and have contributed much to I I'llin) 177 i.i., i ."I.i..t c.iiltfii. I \\ il. .
: li.mi. lilt i:. V.lkm\ SI ;iip :; 4 mi turiiiiii. CUI' 11 I
KI\I. C:> i in: loll >> tiI:
ZS2S2SZS2S252SBS252SHSH52SZ5Z52SZS2S2SZ52S2SZ5H5ZSZ52SES2S SHSSSZ' "TJIK: .VMKKICPrOri.K: : .XKFm : I
our progress. F"ILI: : I'l-.il Inh I 'nafu-n.I Inn
: \. I0\l> 01' I.KXUKKs: r .unl-d-hall t 11 in k \nil .ill"-'ir..I 1 1l *e rral. err, desirable; It.. suitI I;
1\ ",it\' (ini 1.irL'f; IMIWI I.mn :010.. lor belter elan. ..I home*. '
110 l TXI.K STKXUillT. IIF'.11'T : iii'.v.i our I".rlo'all now Kenin al reasonable prhr..
USED CAR SPECIALS : : I
() TIIK: 1.1\1.1X1): LET TIIFHII'S : WE HAVE good churches a fine I, .'i.' V..t-hntg ni.ii him.. S laiuilleo{ in
I Fnl .\ n II ii.Drii- III lip iniidern hunie- .il
/ ( : .\1.1. \\IIKUK: Ilir.YM : I |.n.-e.. .:ono:. ;,.; Iroin XIMMMMi to I
: \\'. Tin:,' IO.VT LIKE County Hospital, a good start on our I\MII A TV' : I"I.\;\;. wuh' JMJ.IMMMMI." | he unpaid halanee
FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY I (uxui.FKs OK rrs v-rooT- : i....ull.m..lIl.tI"- partnti unit hate alrcnilj. lieeu linanerd al I
road system and THE BEST PEOPLE MM.lll l.lllltjl Ci.nt.llt \"t.r reaanuhk monthly pamta.I I II
FKV: I 11. hl i.irf A CSuuiiiiti. lit I. and title <-an be IrannferrrdiruDiplI !
MAY 1..i; and 7 (XXTIOX.XL V01CK.) I lux! ::J" Lau: ''''\' lip | ).
ANYWHERE. We can and
Fill SALU1; 1-3:: acres of land with' yarn priced a* tan a.. .:.,'""".C"'. I
Save SAVE will loosFuur rntniiand bath '.
-- -- SAVE continue to progress. I mil.( .in uf sty ,liinu.v.mil. FLORIDA REALTY CO. I
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VOTE FOR 111\\| |\ I"0'" lllfurnl.lt -re
I <; F ml..in 2tII f>. 11VANTEl Of Stark{ ,

D2C2: D. B. (Dick) ThomasFor FOR PROGRESS, Courtesy, Know- \ '-Yard Man full 01 pdtt' II...>. Andrew.*. J. Ikonu. "'. .Ii. br''rli.

II : ; tun. Apply I'.l I.imh. .M.itt I 3.Vi; Temple A.... telephone
33Marke
1955 CHEVROLET 2 Door
-- How, and Devoted Service, at any IId'l Florida

Blue Low Mileage;: CONSTABLEDistrict II.O T lrii\! \ n I'la! ,tn- frame glasses !j Fill: lK.\T--CluM in. d.., 1..1. "n.
and all hours \\iilin-il.ii. Am -":L Ktwanl if and two bedrnulii aj'iiti l .n
WAS Onelawtcy ( I i.'uiii.il t'. 41'; lt. Madison St. I KraMiliaMe \11'. and Mi, \"\ II
1695.00NOW 1495 _ItchgSAI.KS _.Sulliuan. Jt'S Madiaun,
( X. & S. Starke) ( :.... .W I ti'' 'lit
| I.w'.INTEl--Mu;; t be I Ixp'iitn. Mall\
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29C1. VOTE FOR 'I <; .1 pay Appl I Week good hour I'liom 'I I'
\ '! I ;.Nl.; K'F'ni"I stand 111'1| I II'', night 4(1( ..J. fur tat> IM. .k ?

1954 CHEVROLET -- 4 Dr. Bel Air WANTKI"hitt. U....--el..c"I'.r'l( I OJ

Copper and Ivory A Beauty 1 New Diaper\ ; '; 1!I Write I' o IJox bOI. Ito Cat IAST-lu weaiing Saratoga red tollar nunmU.AUVK.Iname .r lI -

i'ele:' ':""ard. l'all\: I
New Seat Covers Carl PREY AIT .'UK SALEPruprrty at Si: 'ity ,
Like B.29 I I.unitmi State; IM 100 oiiiM.tiiig It "hi..
WAS 1395.00. i of 4'ruiiiii h""",,. <.(HI ken .' ll 1ENT--l/.ilraIIe-: .
NOW 1295- for fete ,.oUd, '! .. o.1' fn' i
I .. h u-> tt. and dppr'a.Ilbe Easter i-hed i.llaK 'lei, kitll" a. _
note Or art DwprrFmcltrjr. < \""It".71NuIo. : | hhrt t.o; W. t'hesbier. Ill, I. ed en.lo-ed por<'he- I. -IK.I, I '
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1 I i'haded <
fttpl N. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERFrom I'xt.uk.:: lip| and garden. .
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:J6Cl Pa!. ... U.95. I. I .MrI.. Jl I'lark, li I. l.\ H"(01 .
Fend ) : !: : TI.druom house, 2 mi. i hlarke ,
.Wing-ieclion per i' ,
goes ht
1953 ( I I'"'t".f I"rk.furni.-hcd or un- I
CHEVROLET .
2 Dr. do!
!I, in bock toil <*c y.I; District One fill iiislinl Iin\le K:. Conner ins I FOU SAL.K-Two ......1',."". 1, .n. .
lien; ill front Alan. \ 1'hnne ::'Sj HI.UMi
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m re land iiimi, i .. .
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Black 17.000ctual Miles Seat Covers 'I :
I bomb bay inugi ASI rate I \>-iiieii. "-,...n Hw>'. T'ln- \\ ri .
I (The Election of Commissioners Is County-Wide) Flit: KENT;; -Two lit-droom house. 4H N 'Cherr St or I'lmn.. ,
WAS 995.00 in croUS, 1-
-- NOW 895.0042Cl i obDEXTER' I f in Mi-he.! hu ge HMlil>' rii'.ni arI".n 1 n r ioo-u' I ,verbs III CJ ""'OUIING :, (I'd. IV.I. Adv.) I piikau. ):trd Inquire at a 4K .. 1
tponjt, itoyn DIAPER I i Hnmnln, i .\ii Ji: Uphoi KOIt S.\I.K-:\ "uun.r c'.I! '..1 t.
;, .ol 01 o p'", to tired collide, home pin- In '>in-.
-I :-'.\1.1"W: ;; Egdur.-r Seoul; (mb.koum .
wo.h and dry just I roil rip. n. i
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tot/ ) .
you ; I iiif"iin >: Toiniii Lit at at U.h"Q ln.u,.. and
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1953 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. Bel Air buy def! a supply' and v I II I It.hit 011I.\ i i.it gr. Lit r.' i ,. 01I i

, l'II.f \\aldu. next t.. I....1-.: I...>
Two.Tone Green; Radio New | "Toll: SM-K-IO art farm with 7- I aie, Al< Kitrlan.
Heater. i Barksdale! s Dept. Store MODEL HOME OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON 'i runi h"U-e l.iRhtwater and :p j. ,, t

Seat Corers Turn Signals i Starke Fla, I I Ialh Tw..? iiiile, East of T'wnI FOR SAM-:-KeKi-tered AngI. ." .
I! TrinIn, Anon wall montlih i>f l.re.dniK ,
"11;" II;" and) n"
WAS 1095.00 -- i il j I l'iini.nt- on loa 1:1". ... I. <1. .11"11AI".. registered ""gu, t. dtl.,.
NOW 9950021C1 And u.gway It'.x. -"t':. Starke. .Kla heifer. . Roger-. ,, :
I From 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. Each Night Thereafter I '11. :i 11 S l-ik Cit>' .." I' S II 4li i i',I?: '

,I I' Full >..\I...: t.. r.spunsibi. ie parties FIt !;ALE OK KENT-26: r..?. I h., ,,i. ..
I .tttrd'IRlltti. suburban hum. h allrr..iII ,
i metal full) e.ui| lpn| l
1953 CHEVROLET DID YOU KNOW? I Sni.ill down payment fnlaurPhunr 4H4 Kei.-tuiie ilci Dr. I 1l..r rent Xn lo-mK. lost. Write ,
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Light L'lueand Ivory New Seat Corers There are more people in hospita I I 1'.I"J"ral.h.! Starke li hjr \VAXTEI UIHKRS or nde-1 1., Ja. k.nvill

!., today fur mental and ner- I -'. *' e.n h day lea\tn f - WAS 995.00 0 sNI KoK I'.KN'T-Sin: II',u-,- -uit.il.le I.eiwren ;.0 and 7 _
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NOW 395 \'\11" disorders than all other i fn', tUc. 1:01': <. 1t'.1 Il..u-. s.r aliout 6 ".<> i J'rn Phoi., ., 4M' 1 uin I
conditions combine ['"''''.' K U lit:, 1 I I IMI, Ill

2IC1 I :Miuh of this c\H'nM'[ can he a \ Stake 1: .\I.E Tw. whel Ii' ,n..
I Body fully equipped r'i'
1953 OLDS 88" Yellow and Green I avoided by consulting a Chiropractor I \\WHEN:\ NEED OF 1..r'_ 1 r.tl t...I, "hp 'i' j
first The ('hiropru tor II

Vent Shades Heater Seat Coxers locat-s and f'f'IIWt he causeub I LWi1iIW111Iay Landscaping-Land Clear- Schwinn
BicyclesAM I
WAS 1295.00. ich is i generally: found to he I in-j Fill Dirt Paving

NOW 1095.00ilTl : a pressure on the spinal nenes.Krinoving Drhewajs Peat Humus ) KKI'AIKI.NG:

the none pressure Huilding:;; :Sand Oyster! '
:h\\\ S FILED
I not only cormts the mental r Shell I
I IAN MOUKIW; REPAIRED:
and nerxous disurtler but otherillnisses \ I

1954 CHEVROLET 1.2 Ton Pick-Up caiist-d bthe sajiiepressure i iI < : See OVID LEWIS I
I Y horf Simpson Bike Shop
Excellent Condition Original Paint are :also} i-tirrt ted at : 6X0 \\. Madivm Mionc 31V i

Likeew: I tin same time. I \I II I I !Starfce. 11"I i I s, UaJnut Street 1 1I

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WAS 1"II1t'IIII'r ('hirnpra tors remove
1195.00NOW 1095 O I RCCPEP TAMPS made to ord.r.
I the I I datem, numborerF '.'. ]
CAI'.E ; SARATOGA HEIGHTS |: Come on out t1 the FRIENDLY : fa"lirntl.. rlamyi Bradford" .r> founts He lj;

:;< if Uf.j&.J U"1. >nR jttt.rb'gTel.araph tf
OTHERS; TO CHOOSE FROM I I I Kinx aaltziu.: 1'anie hall open i ii !
I i a:! cat mini 1.II pus Monday !thrui i j 2% PAID ON SAVIS'O.S KETSTOXK -
All Above Cars Are :M'ur..> ';'.r..1 mu-:,' lux. flmxl. STATE BANK KRT-
OK USED CARS Modern Homes .- Low Payments .- FHA VA Financing I'. re. <,rdVe reek! sandwuhe4tp -. STOXK HKIOHTS.( FLA., MEMHER -
I BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC I 5'4 | FDIC.

See These Cars at our USED CAR 1.01'on TEMPLE I K Open for Inspection After April 28th ed house In ulr" at TOBACCO .
AVE: "Bill" Lane and "Monk" Dinkins will I be on I Appliance iulig 1111. INSUKANCK; ; !

Duty from S:00: A M. to 6:001 M. CLINIC I out Tt\TII t\ '1\ JJCI un' I:

FLORIDA REALTY COMPANY OF STARKE i All RADIOS Make. -HKPVIKCD Ail )lod.... ., FAST ,
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i :3 Blixk* Xorth of Post Office Heatonahle 'L.UIiUt'U'E: ,
I rharKea: rvaraaleedCH i
In Starke *!'. ('. siirpiiriir I
RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO. TOT U. ('.ll it.reel, PIo:39 I E.
Modern Methodsssittont Lady (;ANDREWS W. Ii SEWEIJ A J THOMAS Doyle CONNER
1 FOR SALE-New 4 x I x I 16 rn- INSURANCE
AGENCYI'hone
"OUR SERVICE PAYS DIVIDENDS" II i \ Steam Ik U't ::5.)5:>>;; Temple Axe Starke Fla Phone 383: I per crete bag block Mortar 1 JCement Mix Jl I 30 150 per' I

tine. P.r4dfoord Eiigmeerlng Co 2S.1 136 W. fallP.GE
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TAKKE .'Lonm..tlU,\\', )1.\\" 4, 1956: -

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The Circus Public Documents 1 Lincoln Juke Sheriff's Deputy Fate Brown -- -
Reunion At | City by i wile re he was reported in g"< J

On Farm Problems Scene Of ShootingLast nine witnesses, some of whom I", eon lition. the bullet ha\itt; .

stated that the two men had beer flu t.ed oniy a flesh wound
Billy Rose And Lion Tamer Engerer' Available Free ThursdayAn .
engaged in a card game and had' B!:ewton h3:- heeiihi! !ieS: A.- 1

A".1. an attention ,>\or the ads | is-"'i a'.'. \\ lh Ir.t-T: T > i'm .
ii' tae listed of-
Recall 'Good Old Days' Of Show Business 1 i (r S Department following of Agri- : argument in a shooting and si at'if lie 11.1.:resulted P.obiliMip! '."? Ikea ". fit \1.!1."t.I" :; i it : and, via.- !- ",. i-f I-- i :

')I'W" \ : H-!',' i. a" I. iki I" % j! ." :, : '1'U'" hold!
!pamphlets and bulletins Thursday evening of last week in
When a ciuusame to Ke': HId IH- obtained by writing to the Lincoln City section of Starkeas

stone Heights last week. Billy \"ui! Srnatoi 01 Congressman the 11II..
r and owner of a juke joint attempted ,,
Hose made a beeline to the big asking hm. to have the Department '' to evict an obstrepeiou.- Men's Clothing
ALVAREZ' ;
tent to renew a long friendshipwith ry send them to you free patron. 1 I STORE Established 1S94 I 11 i I
lion 'iiuifi hLs I k
Capt. Ernest Engerer ruo.MTARKAKKKTs j 9 I flanking privilege ac- James Robinson was wounded! _
and to inquiie y < '!ding to Eighth District Ue-
tamer extraordinary in the hip by Sam Brewton afte-! 'Ii .
about lion Rose had sold ; pres..ntltlDilly Matthews. i : .
a
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to the circus man 20 years ago All! leque.-t should include both Brewton door shoved of his him place through foi!>>..\ thefront 1- ,-- .-- -. --, '_ :: _"_:'- L. :: .=.c

in the TO. MOVITB fit- number. and title of the I
met
pub-
they
Appropriately a fight of undetermined>e Re-Elect
age where Engerer's lion act >.<- > s :1' ,tti
staged and had a good time talk- : 'ive max. he sent to any one ap-
pll' lilt
their experiences
over
111alltl laughing ; ., "." Farm Animals By Their Teeth. CONSTABLE
L 1. District
in "the good old da\- i Prying Shelled Corn and One
tt Soul, ll'am'Ith ,' L :!15. Palpating Domestic Rub- ,
f.f show business as the cn-us S Heated Air.
calliope blazed away. t > '3, L .":32. Diving Shelled\ Coin and bits To Determine Pregnancy. i I (I.WTEYonTH) STAIIKE; SOl'TH STAItkE )
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Billy Rose who is about TO f Small Gram With Unheated Air. 1 F 12t>.. Utilization Of Flue-

had an interesting and exciting F 20H, Using Electricity I Heated Tobacco Barns For Sweeti ': I am not a public speaker and am not making
speeches
r. "ke several years ago. dortol' Itll.LY:():I: (left" former '
Watering i
Farm Gardens. potato Storage.
career before coming to Keystonea : v told him he would have to get showman ami now a resilient of L 321: j' at the Political Rallies However I do want you to know
What To Do When Your F. 2026. Father-Son Farm
few ago to engage in the "bai-U in that I appreciate the nice vote and support
years ut of the city and into the quiet Hrj stone Heights got Home Fieeer Stops. you hate
business of breeding anl selling and fresh air of the country or the :u t" when a -irt-ii" planed F 1967.! Reducing Damage T i Operating Agreements.o' given me for Constable in the past t and I will appreciate

parakeets. a small town. He thinks he found there last week. ling i is pictured I Trees From ColstructionYolk.. Matthews revealed that a 11>NI- jour continued vote and support on flay vd'u
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He is not to be confused with : the ideal spot the forme Olson abe with his old friend G 16. Buying Sweaters For The pete catalog of government pub- ,

tile OTHER Billy nose (who f pia.-e, fronting an beautiful LaKe and lion taim-r, 'apt. Ernest I FamilyL libations available free through Pol alit )

Geneva, just a mile or so beyond 1; F.ngerer.: The linn nil's they :'ir>2 Fee.i.ni Mn'as-e.! Meirbei-! Congrer's n'av aiso ixobtuned > -'- ': -I't
staged the Aquacade Show at the 1rn Keystone on the Melrose hold arc named Vim) rna and !><-- I TLivestok. : --- -- -__- __ :, :_ : : '_ :_.:'. ::._': ; _'::::"
New YOlk World's Fair) the Heights : b-> wir.t.i! ; !I"f> one to
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land in honor of the cities win-re S
road. I| 1721 Dete!> mining \g. fit"r \ ,mi S'-iw'! .'. Flcii'e.sent! .liivoHO
keystone Rose said that an .
Billy He settled down there six yearsag" they were liorn.i --
effoit was made by his rival to d. and quite naturally, started : II I

force him to bill his bird riictuat keeping birds as a hobby. lie I i After a yeai's apprenti.'eshtj. Elect

the same Fair under another needed a little income, so expanded ,under an experienced trainer, he DOWN PAYMENT Floyd \1TiggiiiTOl'R
his hJbbinto business that: destined
name but it failed."I a ;' started his career which wa: <
'if. now the largest parakeet farm : j ju to last for so many yeas' 'I
told! them I was born Bill'
: .1 radius of :it) miles. He maikets and take him all over the u ,,i'1d.Iluay
Rose and that I would \
keep iu ,
nom SOO to l.OoO birds p'r' Troublei
name until I died," he s Elliot: |
said. \-ai selling\ mostly wholesale 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS '
A short, high-powered indiv houses in the North. He also i: spent three years in both S300 -- $10.19 .
has'j CommissionerDist.
.. tl. Rose related some detail? workshop in which he makes j India and Africa trappmgand 4 County

of his varied (career as he paced IUII.n()- t: enjoy, the capturing wild animals for havenbeck. 36 MOXTHLY PAYMENTS
bin) houses and other parakeet ,; $60000 $O A.17
up and down in the lion cage quirt lift of hit parakeet farm the world's largest supplies 5
!Jixtures" that have a wide sale -- County-at-Large
wild beasts
near Kejstone Height. aftere of
Born In England :imong bird lovers (
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Born in Leeds England Rose : exciting rarrrr as slum man, Dangerous Husincss j j! "In this business you always LOANS UP TO $2500.00 :. tf Business Man Farmer
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was brought to this country when motor cycle exhibition rider, Chatting with his old friend i j have to expect trouble. Capt. t

he was 12 years old to Xew York; and hover. Papt Engerer. while waiting for Kngeier said.

City. where his first job wa the circus performance to start |j i He rolled up a pants leg.: exhibiting ; He Knows The Value of A Dollarand
i i a one cyclmder job with 2 3-}1 i a deep scar from hip to
selling newspapers (the old New !1 Billy remaiked that parakeets Why Put Off .
YOlk Globe) which he bought horsepower. t! might not be as exciting as lions || knee. ,; will help to run the county's business just: as care
three for a and sold for i' Rose said that in 1909 he but "This happened two years ago: fully efficiently and
penny > I i they are a whole lot safer j economically as he would his own.
a penny each. i I originated at famous Coney Island ,' Capt. Engerer smiled and raised 1 he said "and once again they Needed Repairs Paint Your House He will work for a better county in which to )live and

"That was in the old days wheyou i J' the Motordrome, a hugeglobe ( the stump of his left aim.I II i thought I was through. But will strive at all times to 1101.1 TAXES AT A minimum -
made of in which right after they dragged me out Add *
Room
could get a beer for a nick i, grating "Yes a black panther did this a Screen Porches liE IJEUEYES THAT we need MORE BUSI-

and a flee lunch too," he said. ef"f"i performers rode at high speed 1 to me many years ago when the of the cage and with my one NESS;; and LESS POLITICS in our County Government.;
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Another early venture Rose r and actually "looped the loop". i circus was playing in Utica N. Y. | boot filled with blood I went BUILD A GARAGE ADD A BATH INCLUDING :
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He toured : back i ill and finished the act!" !
I| the United States and' in
addition
members is the florist business; to 22 claw wounds'land FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK WATER i!
Canada with his i I He went on to that the
he started by delivering flowers, i i! motorcycle act. | some broken ribs" he re- explain SYSTEMS ALL FLOYD! WKKJIXS( asks the voters to give him a chance
REPAIRS
AND
I '! big cats fall into two classes. REMODELING
n' :
and He a dispatch rider i igel marked. "I
was was in the
finally owned his own sho I hospital ", at this job that has been held by the incumbent for 16
He recalls proudly the honor ( !j World War I and saw service i in over two years and everybody \t six years of age, they are LABOR AND "
He
i ,either 'bluffers'. vears says: 1 will serve a reasonable length of
'chargers' The
or
had of being responsible for the France. It was there that he had 1 thought my career was ended. MATERIALS '
: :, time and then.stl'P down and give another chance.I .
a brief career in boxing. charger may spring you at anytime : J man a
decorating Little
of "Just
two
Hungary (a weeks at Fort
ago.
i but even so they are dangerous I do not believe in retiring a man in office and paying
section of NYCI) when Teddy "I boxed as a bantam weight[ Myers, one of the lionesses knocked .
two to do the
at all men job of
Roosevelt was made police com- and got $5 for four rounds," h.. 1 me down" he said grimly. times. Applications At Our Office No ObligationBUILDERS one
Asked how he
controls
imssioner Years later he made a'' said. i "They're always dangerous and the
floral horseshoe when AS a child. Rose rememfter to 1 beasts. Capt. Engerer replied:
Teddy\ can r ,,: contrary the oft repeated
Roosevelt I get their respect and their FLOYD WIMHNS; ; is a member of the Baptist Church
became having
president.One I an affection for animals rumor the big cats are not drug-
(confidence and Bradford Lodge No. :55; F. & A. .
of his first ambitions was He brought home strays an j'ged during a performance. They'j i convince them M. is President of the

to become a jockey, but he son,n'made' pets of them. He raised wouldn't go through their trickse j that' I will not hurt them." -RKE Bradford County Cattll'ml'n'sssociation.. and Vice

swapped a horse for a bicycle, I parakeets then but they need if they were." About his letirement. as he approaches 4J SERVICESSUPPLIES' President of the Bradford Count Farm Ilureau.I .

and won his first I wild birds. all '' his 50th year of training -
race at the of green: which were Capt. Engerer
was born in
Madison Square Garden.as I! brought from Australia and called Munich, Germany, t i the big cats. Capt. Engerergrinned. ( I
63ears
\\' :Stunt Kiilcr I "buggies.: 1 I in a family of wild: animal train-ago j I the cats.. "When I'll I finish up with Your Vote and Support will be Appreciated
start
From that he performed in Health Forced Change 1 ers At the age of five he start-i !" training \\'Ildwom..n a95&333! at
,l.Aqi4
vaudeville on a bicycle, and later After his war service. which ed training: domestic animals, y (I'd. P..I. .\dq)
and
Or he
I might
even follow in
I harure: | over to stunt riding or !left him classified as totally dis- when he was 16 he was wicking the ,
a motorcycle in a globe. j hied. Bill went into footsteps of his good friend
the bird with wild animals stu
lying at the Billy Rose find himself -
"That ,,
was one of the a spot -- -- -
early business and built up his famou? world-famous Hagenback Schoolh --
of Florida lake ---
Indian models" he said "it was bird circusWhen his health !. Hamburg front and start; "
raising parakeets! I\
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40-50 Jobs it also is ,
OpenIn seeking
; qualified machinists :


AND ELECT C. F. (BUB) CARTERFOR Sperry GainesvilleThe PlantIn ):(I! a schedule.technicians daytime, Draftsmen 8:00,All to1:30 are inspectors needed p,m.. work an'for, i I Ii!I. I I' Re-Elect_ ,III i.i;. ,i


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Florida State Employment j Persons interested can file applications -

County CommissionerDISTRICT Service' office in Gainesville i is l for immediate referral ;

ONE ( LAWTEYi, 4 now() to taking r 0 immediate applications to fill I I i at the at 21S Employment Southeast First Service Street office PETE il :

openings at',j Gainesville The office is open D. ( ) REDDISH I

COUNTYATLARGEBORN Sperry Electronics Tube Plant in Mondav through Fndav. 8:00: am Ili

AND REARED IN BRADFORD COUNTY Gainesville.\ i to 4-r,0! :: pm. li I IIIII
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/ A SMALL FARMER: 47 YEARS OF AGE THE ,
Openings '
are for trainees in |
fr FATHER ii'
OF FIVE CHILDREN. DIRECTOR ; I
LAWTEY LIONS CLUB. a sE'mhjngwork] anl minimum j t : I !
qualifications are 18 to ; I! VOTE FOR i I
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FAIRNESS TO ALL of tion age or better with a according high school educa-Ralph : D. B. (Dick) Thomas ",I 1 M.A Q lid 1
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Your Vote and Support Jrilllle Appreciated' keen Manager.The expanding Sperry. plant its has production gradually CONSTABLEDistrict One 'i::::11 II SHERIFF BRADFORDIII;:::[


(I'd. 1'.1..h'.) I imp opening a plant in Gainesville (Lautey. X. & S. Starke) '! l

in 19.V> In addition to ap- ( I'd. J'ul.h' I t : !1 1IJI

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RADFOBD rotn'l"TY' 1XLBGKAPIL 8TAEKE. FLORIDA I

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f.i r- if the office in a fair and impart I fee -iMiple tititrh\f (I ": Id. and lands' :t- a .I fi'r the he.trna'. i', fom times of Florida, in and for Leon PreemptionL ", 'r. It.C're... 0.. ..... I nit..
r'-t" : and
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minner as
.al manner. requited by Chapter Count>.
if rfiord, an'.1! p1 n,an* ntU ri. TV;,, Honda
> statutes as amended \ true 't f UK 1 .n
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ir vote and suppoit will be copy j j i>
J'.III < h fof .
a ir f.,
I t 11,: tu' H apprec.ated | lain !:, P ':"EXV ORPEREP at TallaATTEST: I Sunny Acres S D ain MI.'ItAiiirt
any toa.d
1: 'I'.clfulJyut.mittl'd., i landnditie tl' ha--ee Florida, this 5th day .oil I fieo. G Crawford Lot 11 of Elk 2: III
plaintiff t title, and '
P I) ULDUlbHI : y"u are ea hr"1u.r'd April 1956. Clerk Circuit Court. I Sunny Acres s rAll > Txv '1
to appear in -,tlll c':iu>-e a'idrxe W. MAY WALKER,
.. Leon County Florida Wof Elk 1
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? pleading>,- :i to!'Y if } our An-uir or I Judge of the Circuit Court 01 'j 1!>" 11. P. Fryer, D. C. I 5 I.fP.- 4 W K

I 01 N IV' ( OMMIsMOM pl.untilf'c"lI1l'lall1t "nplaintiff's the Second Judicial Circuit 'I I 4:20 :St 5 '4 of w Line of
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att"llI..y. Hollis: \ ,
\ HIT o\i: 11.I \ \\'n.iI ') Knight whose XIof W'I
address is Marke I
10M tQe9/(4F% i Temples JI> 21: 6 22
Florida
and file the .
original in the 5 1: : ,
'. ,I 1 L e .j.y announce my candidacy i I I office of Clerk of aid Circuit Court L"t6, 7 of 1.lk 2') : -

-----POHCA.NE8R. 1..I0.-I..n( a. 4'ountL"ommi' !'- '''all' on June 1. 1S7S, otherwise NOTICE i in X-Reno tD .
the \\ i I... : .
(
lonrr rein Ui-tint 'ne I.avvte)'), I
in.j't to the May primaries I allegations of the oiiiplaint will he '..Iie is hereby given that i, : l.a ,1 -
amt the L.'tl&2ofBIk
taken following described lands will be
therein the vvind> dlY'i ofSpring Yi-s, !life i1- good and I mean tc as ronfe--ed by >'ou.
in I
iving as i harman of the sold at. public auction on the 31ct day of May, 1956 at Starke, the :24 inRt'no

RliJ |,j. i help lay aaya ei'j \ VA, h hour whIle I mav l.ar, and feel that my past exper- on.Thinotue e .a'h week hall for four I.e published ('..unt} of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes: SD I.. ., t ,\ ,
in I i<'n e qualifies me to carry on the consecutive I herein ..et opposite to the same, together with all costs of such sale Lot :J of Hilt I in .
dear old! la.l>. I browse HELPFUL HINTS: I clean my tlulies of the office in a capable xi-eks in the Biadford C..unty Telegraph i and advertising. C.ahapan s:O EV

books. of the old library. coffee pot which is white enamel manner If re-elected. I will continueto a duly qualified nI'Wpap-1 /\\ .

with Chlorox. Makes it sweet put forth my best efforts fur the er puhli-hed in -aid (' ]I' lle..riripliun ". 1'. n.rr.... Owner lave' I Lot 3 of Plk 2 in Nor;, "i ., ,, _

county as a whole OKDEHEPl) 1S.SIED: this I I Cahapan S D
break break .
Break and clean, and the coffee tastes Your vote and support will be appreciated. April 2th.: 1956. I Lots 4. 5. 6 of 111kn Lot S of Elk 2 in L'-y I. "- n

On the cold gray stones better. Try cutting the favorite FFCI\L .SEAL) In Town uf Oahafcan S I D ..i.1 ... .
O Sea! J. r. (Carl) PKEVATT "UA 1l.tS A. I'.AP.IYlerk I New River :3-: 6 !0 MasOn Thomas 13.35 Lot 11 of Elk :3 inahagan 11 I n t t

pie in five pieces. I do, and the I of the ("Ir.uit ,''''lIt if Lots 13. 14 of Elk ( :>/D .. \

And would that my tongue serving is a little larger than a I i'i adu..: .1 i '"unt> Floruit I 29 an Ton ot Lot 13 of Blk 3 in Ma 1San .. ;. t

could utter 1 FOR SCHOOL no inn 4. .'7 4t :i ISI Xeth'.r :3-2t 20 R. C. Baldree :.4' j, Gahagan S, D .
6th. I cut a Y the width of one i ., r \\ '" .
I DIMTWO ("Ot'CII srtithi:) S4 of SW'& of Com at XW Cor of mrl (

The thoughts that arise in me. serving in the pie and then make :\OIKIOF: INTKMION: TO M \KKAPPLICATION I x\\' 3t 6 :0 10 Queen EstaGantling Blk 2 S of R 2

I I wish t.) announce my (candidacy f..S ELRunSGOft
two cuts on each side of the Y. I Mill Fl.i. ; f
Break break break I for eleition as School board DISIHAIH.K Lot 3 EX 15.. A to for A POB.

the craigs I have a collection of cook | member from liesidem Lustrict I I Probate I.an111:1:1): : j I Ernest Edwards Run E ';d) ft. S
at the foot of :.1 Two (South Starke). I am now In Court uf the Couaft Judge 1 & E'" of X' ot 30. ft. W 60 ft.
books, old and new. Also have I Lot 4 8 Lot 5 & '.
O Sea! serving as chairman of the board Hradford loud t", Male of X O ft to POPin

But the tender grace of a day one collection of Sunday Dinners. I and if you honor me with re-elec-: da. I'lorI-1 l5iI! of Lot 6 1 7 :0 18:; Bigham Enterpri.ses Temples S/DEV
j lion to this important office I will I R/'"
In Probate. Inc. 14..7:1: 21 6 !Z .
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have would be : I.
I often it '
thought i IFrank
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that is dead, continue to render the very Left In re the }:-tate of EDWARD I 3/4 of Lots 7. I i. .t lying in

Will never come back to me fun just to have a place to servea service of which I am capable to PRADFuUn DII'JX. deceased: I 8. 9. 10 & SI.2 SW, of XW'J; of

I my district and the county at large TO ALL WHOM: IT :MAY CONCERN of Lot 12 E.X 1/3 SEt, tOO ft x &
dinner for
big Sunday peopleho : |
-Alfred Tennyson.All I Your tote and active support will Notice is hereby given that Re- A ill SCor 1 7 29 217 Bigham Enterprisea S by 50 ft E &

\\ are coming from church. be appreciated. becia Jane Simpson has filed her !I'I Inc. 16.5' W a* Peso infO

of you who read this and Just an old-fasllIoned Sundaydi. J. J-;. ROW'N. I'I final report as Executrix of the'j X' of SW' Bk 71 Pg
I estate of Edward: Bradford of 215Com 22 6 2
SimpIon :?
are my age or older, I am sure .. FOIt OINfl tOMMIXSIOM.il 'i ilei,eased; that she has filed her ,| 15\\!& J-X: E 3.\. S 7 :0 17 Blcham Enter- r W.d :

recall this poem. You, like myself Any one want a booklet of 0> K (I,.VVV''Ihl ) I'I'lJlr petition for final discharge: and that i I Lots I. 2. 10. 11 of prises Inc. 26.H lOt SW Cor I
she will apply to the Honorable Ulk of \Vl& of SIRun
I; 1 In Ward /
have thoughts, as the poetof I daily devotionals like I read? I I hereby announce my candidacy: Theron A. }lawn County Judge of City S 1 %0 E 460 ft. N

Send me your name and address for County' CVmmisMoiier from District Bradford County, Florida, on the I Lot Il of Blk 1 in G. II. Parker 5.70 530 ft. E 100 ft

days gone by of the changes One (Lawley). subject to the I L'lst day of :May 19,6, for approvalof Ward City 8 for POR X 200
wish and will 1 2'
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reading : saying you one Democratic I'nmaries in :May. I was. same and for final discharge; as' Lots ::. 4 01 Elk IS Mrs. L. _". Green :5.2 7 ft. E 30 ft. S

time has wrought. I was ; mail it to you to enjoy each day I born and reared in irradford: County Executrix of the estate of Edward: I i In 'Vaid City a '1:0 !IJO ft. W 50 ft,

library of old books an1 God bless you everyone. and if .If'.d. pledge to arry out !!i,. Bradford Simpson, deceased on this Lots 5. 6. 7, 8 of Guy IIarrelI f.39 to I-OB 23 6 22 .f; Horace ...: .., t .
from our [ the duties of this office with 13th tidy of -April 1">36. I Hlk O in Ward Beg at SW 'or of

ancient reader for the fifth grade. LOVE-LURA I esty, sincerity, and fairness to hon-I; IJebeua Jane Simpson j City; S 7 20 N\V'4 of SW'i &

of the matter in it was ota 1'our'ote and active suppoit I Executrix of the estate (,f I| "t. .. uf 81-L. 9 1 :!O J. W. Thomas 3.59 Run E along '',

Most I. be .gieatly appreciated. I I! Edward: L"radford'imp un. tiecesCd. fO Evelyn F. Sec Line 560 ft

sad nature When it was POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS I IF.. (Bub) CARTER. I II 4, JOIt 6.11 ', NE4 of Sly'. & Thomas %1.80I' for I-OB X 200
still alive. ;' of XW' ft. E 50
was & & ft. S
printed Tennyson along FOR COU.NTY JTOGE I I N01HK TO .APPEAR \\"I:: of XWf 200 ft to i 4 Sec

I pulled down another book I I. Circuit Court, Bradford ('u..al,. $Ei5 l1i ''i"0 Line W along: ',
it and found the first book To the citizens of Bradford County: }Florida I. ('ham-err. \\"'; of :'iEI, ot 100 C. F. Fadgett 3.0 Pec line SO ft

beside I Wa I am a candidate for election Samuel I'.nffm, Plaintiff, vs. Laura :<.Fis N 11iT: to POI 22 1 23 Levj Lennnn
Ann of Green Gables. FOR CONVTABIE" I as jour County Judge in the May Griffin. Defendant. I lID lJ", ,,, .:_ Bee at \W Cor of !o 1 ;

on that series, anu op UR '01-0111) IOINTVnutrlct : primary election. Having no outside Case No 10-14S9 3$7 IG 7 20 N nf SWl,,
brought up Brook Farm." :>o. I I business interest1) 1 can continue :Notice To AppearTo (In.L..t in J.I- CorcfNI.2 1 J. W. Thomas :.90 Run E 250 ft

"Rebecca of Sunny I wish to thank the voters of this tu devwte my full time to the : Laura diiffin whose residence I of Lot t w I for FOB X 1DO

are all in the book case. county for support you have givenme I duties of the tiffue. I have given is Hickory Grove. South (Of H\' 4\3 fl 1W ; & ft.V 50 ft. S
They
and for of and whose address is I'. O carolina'j: by 300 H 100 I
all the classics in the past. I am running the people Bradford County three un ft. E 50 ft
We have same office again. sears of impartial fair efficient Hnkory GroSoutb X End & 54 It to POR !% 6 23 w. B. Henderson
Harold Bell Wright's books. They I thank you for your Tote and and courteous service; have streamlined You are hereby notified that a suit on S I-nd iii. ... Cilarity Williams 3.ra.0"11 S .1.\ of Et 4 off : "j

of many a long support for next term. and modernized the office for : for divorce I .\ XWI, of SW'. NE'i SVVH; nf

are reminders farm in J. I.. SILCOX greater efficiency, and have kept it has been filed against yoU in the. \\ X of JO 23 1 20 1% Haney Green ':'..3""I SAll' \\ '. :: 6 28 3 ,. R. Randolph :; .,j I

summer afternoon on the ( pen during regular hours to serve above named Court and cause anti'' of NE', 11 5 :1 S8 1... C. Clemens :0.:: 1:1.It \W, ofXE'
girl. I FOR JUSTICE OF PKUE yoU are required S 113 of sw'. of X of RD 10
when I was a the people. to serve a copy of 242S C 2J .Edward Kicks 2:;

Indiana Charles Dickens'works. DISTRICT ONE' I ask re-election upon my recordof 'your aiibwer or pleading to the NtVi4 23 5 :1 14 3tz s Job T. Kirk 40.30 Lot 1 of Elk K in
read all of complaint on the I" L.ndividei mt Rlanding SIT c.
also I wish to announce my candidacyfor absolute fairness impartiality Plaintiff' Attorney L Wise I
They too are in our book Justice of the Peace for District and honesty, abilJt Your- I Lloyd Bas, 302 Clark Building. in S\\'I. of S1-;'. Lots 5 & 7 of Elk
proven :.
fromDon's One Khun includes Law ley. North I Jacksonville, Florida 5. All Sft. of 13 in Orig Town
These are inherited sin vote and support will be greatly appreciated. and file the original the SVLS Jflf hard of Starke
case. Stark?, and South !Stark I in office Mrs W. T.

Aunt Mary. She was a frely thank *ver> one for their of the Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt on Hd & All SE'. of Marshall 14; '.-.
and vote and .upport.Smoerelv. Sincerely or before the 14 day of May, I Svii \\ or Com 210 ft E ofNE
school teacher of long ago ..urs. T. A. (Alex) YAWN. 1956; otherwise the allegations of H..ro1 nd E( that 'or of Broadway -

County Supt. for many years otDL"ton ALEX I,: BARNES said Complaint mil be taken asconfessed I I'"t X of (Jr 1.1 & Hoyt SIS ,

love these books IOn !HOOI. HOUU by you I .1 .I-x \\5 ft 25 5 31 71i W. U. Wabn.-risbt 8.14 & Run N J05 ft. .
County. I IMSIIUCT TWO This noticehall be published sli fof :'i F'I ot iSs'{, ft. S 105 t
bring back the tender FOR 401ATYUIST. ('0\1\11"10\ once each week for four consecutive NE'5 10 W 51; ft to port s
because they weeks I C i 1 :0 :ll, J. Thomas :.0: 8 32 Clycle W. Colson : .
dead T1IRKE: srillkE I nlh in the Bradford County Tele- .
of a day that is to announce my candidacy S\\ Lot 2 of Blk 1 of
grace I am a candidate for County Commissioner for tne off i.'e of School Hoard member graph. All of Sl14; U II 21 49 Doris Dell EtaI 1.39 L J &. COS S. D Elixabeth \
will never come back to me from District Three. I Dated this day of 8W',. E of
and Dist Two South Starke (votedon April, 1936.:; I McCoy AgtJxuvenia
River
Perhaps I am like all the rest of South Starke (tounty-at-large). Being count-wide: ). I have lived in (Official Seal) Charles A. arby j fit NVI1& \11 E'tv'1 Lot :3 of Blk 2 m .O
a native of Bradford County. Starke for the pat :20 ears. am a Clerk of the Circuit Court ef
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you who read this and find myself a cattleman, and taxpajer. I feel graduate of I'lH, a home owner By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk i River 11 4 23 100 W. 31. Edward. C 38 ft of COS Lot SID 3&COSSD Robinson : : 7 I

old homein that I have taken a keen interestin I I 3.0!
homesick for my taxpayer and a member of many 4/13 4t 5/4 :"W'. E of River ::0 4 3i- of Blk 15 in L T
drowsy the economical operation of our civic organizations. Being in the 22 60V.. IL Edwards Enoch
Indiana. For the quiet county. If elected. 1 will personally insurance business, I know NOTICE TOPPI'R I Jr. 19.94 TysonA. : 0

afternoons of summer on Lone see that the roads in my district are eople of Bradford County and Ih"l In Ircull Court Bradford County, I S"I4 Woodlawn of Lot It in Elks L T 25& COS&: 2Sin SID R.I.lllx 1..ndoll'b 41 (
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maintained in the best manner possible school problems, and if Chancery 3 Carlton 0.Williams .
the privilegeof
Elm Farm. I had all districts are Elwood Ioldie Lots :3, 4 of Bik
and that \\ ill always be working for the Minth, Plaintiff, n.1 X1 3.60
reading sewing or doing whatI treated equally I will greatly ap- let interest of our schools and theI June $Mnith !.. f"IIlanl. i SE'4; of NE3 of 40 in I. T & & I.onnie

times I would pteiiate jour vote and support. eople of Kr.iilford Countv Your .'.t'.o No 10-1467 i 21 5 22 20 Agnes Thomas I COS S/D "acheoll links
Some
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pleased :Notice To 1T :
MAL'Rlcn EDWARHS. JK. Vote and support appreciated. AppearTo Waiuwrirht 7.S!
the meadow Inn XW', of SV', EX Lot 1 nf Elk 4S
: :smith
through
walk x> 1"r"'i.l..n. "
take a TALL II \\ :MONDJOIt > <
to alul aililre--I k./: lt\\"u. HI.in NE Cur 22 6 22 ::0pet' Thomas in 1.. T & Co:>
field \irgmia
John
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enter the corn H, Hicks ,
wood 1 ;
and ron !IIOOI. HOlltl) You are hereby notified that WaiDwricht 9.4" SDLots
wander aimlessly down the rows. IHslltK".1' '1 \\U 4ot11lust. (tOMVUSMOM -uit for divorce a Lots 3. 5, 6 of Elk 6 of Plk t9

the rustle of the tall corn. I am a candidate f..r1,1 Board ,t "'ullut.nt.l.arKf'I ) I has been filed against you in tie !:'. La".tey V.of in L T & COS? H< nrv t..rdh.-Ii! '
lost in member from L>,trio-t Two (South litret'y aniioume in)' ('andidaiv above named Court and cause and I KV EX E 66 ADD

Suddenly one would come out Ktarkeul.jf t to the Democratic fi'i. i -.I..d..n as 'uunl) Commis- I you are required to serve a copy of ) .T of Lots 5 & Blk i in Temples .
be along I'imarles in May If elected I willwork from I your answer or pleading 6 O J. Phillips 6.5ft ADD EX Lots 1.
It might lVn"r 1'iMrut Three South to the ) "
Lot- .. ( 8
somewhere I. ;. &
to m'tint am segregation in our complaint on the Plaintiffs 2 &: 3 of Elk .
A.
the old :;Iar"p.ul.jf' t to the Democraticprimaries I j of Plk 23 inLawtey A A"i-; :: J \
ds or I
Ellerman's w(*> Bradford County Schoolto improve in :!o1.IY. I pledge lilY hun At'ornexLlovil Ia 3112 Clark I
road. or light at the our -
angling building education and recreation I and file the original I Agent !.9' ink :23 in Temple
the good eating our ro-eleit'd I Mill ('ontmue to I'ut my In the office I. ..f llk 23:
on-hard fence where program 1 will appreciate iie-t rftoits loruards. and no one of the Clerk of the Circuit COUrt OH W of in ADD \\' .am, I:. W'.<1.1 '
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apples were hanging. So, nowI >oiiriippurt during the can:paign, will err ha\t to gut--.s where CudUx or before the I Com Lavxtej at a at George F. Young 3.10 Com at SE Cor of 1

along down and I } .ur vote on May 8. ii hopt ind-. \ .. 14 day of )I.ty. 1KG:; ; I Cur ufStSt&point 4'.J XE1, of SE1 ofXE1
getting RuntS X
am &
know I Smoerelx. .. a".rf''ial..d.1 :
.11 I I. otherwise
it pi'ith the
111'1'00' allegation of said Like Ave &
wherI i on W 107 ft
the other side of the hill, w. c. uiiix ) PflVELL I H. A. (iuddni:'uor, JH.NOIK i iI Complaint will be taken as confessed W side of ST St. f..r ft.a I-OB. Run t

to long for the old scenes. by you. I Knn X JO fl.V X 11:. ft. W 1ft (III
begin voice. and I TUs; notice hall be published j 70 ft. S :20 ft. E S IISft. E
sound of Mother's nllt 1t1Ut'1tO.nltlo \ 'i: TO .trrrtit I once each week for
the four con I 711 ft P\K with 29 6 2?
10'0 F. W. ?! .
ft to '
it is I. ItO tiLt) weeks e.cutlv"l pp ai-tn _
familiar places. But I. (inuit tourS, Bradford County, In the Bradford I.:.". Ave to POE nf
once to I am a candidate for re-election Flurlilai In ( bnnrery.'ide i graph. W of RT Pee at NE

run to be: able to look back: ; a_ School Board member from District I'. I ;.!.>.>.,'tt :'t U. key, I'lamtiff Dated tin- 7 dar of .Xpiil 19'.6 Cum at !'t 20 ft Pearl G. Hei I. -"-,.a J SE', W of 335 NE'Run ft.,

sweet memol' es. Four. \':-. li>ll\ H. htui'kiDi>fi'ml:int. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby \ of the Cor of ft to POE
have S 310
six o'clock You can be assured from my patrp'ord. Cae No 10-15': *'' Clerk of the Circuit Court i ST St &: Lake S
week before 1 will i nut betray jour con Then E 130 f.
This I :nllie TII .4ppenr'l'o By Marian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk [ Axe & on ,V Side 10 ft. W ft.N .
morning an old lady passed I fidence. : lilly I: :;tu'k. y. whose rei ideme iII 1. UIt:: :5; 4 POB 29 6 25 I.eia Puikl-1 '.
one Being a Father, I'm sure I can skippei'ullc.lalianu. and I _____ ( ..f ST St & Run I r.o ft ; :1

away in a town 11 miles from have a greater interest in and a I whose aiMris is lit 7, : In 1'I'f' <'in'nil <."rl Of the Srt onil : V 20 ft. W 7 O ft. ('.,m at XE 'or of

here We hurriedly dressed had better understanding of school !I Alabama.You 'kil'IIt'\\'III"1 JuilKlal. 4 Ireuit. In .Viol Fur I.eon I V 20 ft. W 10 ft. ?EI.If W SE'4Run ft.

toast and coffee. problem.I i are hereby I iiinlj lurida 5 CO ft. E 30 ft. JS6.A
grapefruit. continued honorable \ :o 1iO ft S 3511 Thtn
our promise you 'uit fur di\ ie and restoration of i No. .urit ft. f.
We went in the conscientious devoted service. to POB in Town TJ 395.6 ft. S
and started. former name has been fll..11 j FI.OIlO.T.n!: Tn\piKE: -- 'ti401.9
anti I enjoyedthe I if re-elected against you in the above named THOIJITY. ,t body ( "n''al.| and of I.awtey \f ofJa' !t4U ft.
ambulance to
Cadillac' world is My family and I will appreciate Court and cause and you ara required polni: of the Male of Honda, Alfonzo Griffis 5901 ft X 4SS f 30 ( 21 '.9 Leroy \\ ilonf f I;
the in FOB .
ride early when your favorable consideration to ..1'a copy of jour answer Petitioner,
old soul was the May primary.Miicerelx or pleading to the complainton v' Lot 1 S/D of Lot
dear KX
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fresh. The : I and respectfullv. the Plaintiff Attorney TilliT.TE OF ... 13: in Town of XE, of XW I.
.1.01:110..t C.r
lying on the davenport in her I... T. (Thornton) JOHNS.: Williams X Fnt.h. T ( > 1\ x ls I itiitDi Lot 1 S O of Blk &. EX 2 A in XEC..r
the chin M.irke. Florida / ? 33 'Jus Fashion
home covered to :it .It !SHOW u 'oti i 52 : : 6
lovely atid file the original in the office ofIt To the State of Florida thl'l 16 in Town of '
with her handmade afghan. We run s('IHIOI. 110 tiLt lie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or several IToptrfv and j l.awtey E of RYOne Lucile Kittl'S 3.1' Lnt5 Thru 1 of

gently and broughther I DISIIIKT; FOLIt I before the ers. Citizens, Miners. Taxpa-I '.ot 100 feet R Plk 4 of W Jack Ilazen J 1
picked her up I am a candidate f..r School 2S ilav ..f :Max". n56; dents including N'o-i-Ue-i-1 & W h> 274 ft N Haves S'D

home. She had a good lonp I".al.l :Meinlier from DiMn. fourTheresa I(otherwise the allegations of said to taxation(ovnmg property or subject I & S in SW Corof I SQA in SW Cor

be like her Hampton and Graham) Complaint will be taken as confessed therein, and all others I Lot 17 EX S of BH of XW"
could (
:2 1 T
life I wish I having <>r claiming 1 J. AldermanWilliam : !,f
> light titleor '
and\ Connl-at-Iargp. If electedwill by you. inlere-t 117 ft in Law leyE I of SE'i 3

so well loved ball when I hear vxork to maintain our Southern This notice shall be published I ed b>' the in property to he aft.'t-j' of P.Y Bertha Florence ..0. lft 6 of Elk 6 in McLeod T

summons. Come Home." : \vxav of living. Will work for theIol'ttf'rm..nt once each week for four consecutive State l-siiaine by the I One Lot 12R' ft E Lincoln City .
my final of our 'I'hool and bus weeks in the Bradford County Tele Turnpike! Authority of the & W by' 100 ft N" 1 LOt as DESC DB
Don is at the store He love faiilitieami I I to I improve our ,.hool graph. > Tinnpike Kevrnue: l"inds. Series of I & i in SH ('..r of 77 Pace :335 .3 j A. J. .unr i lr<

the I Datnl tin- .'- da of Apul IVitiOFFICIAL : ; 1'56. hereinafter more Particularly I.ot 17 in Lawtey SE 'or of
listen to the ball games on buildings, our 1'011l'aUon and recreation : i } de."rii.ed, '-A in
to ( SEAL) Charted A. Darb) or to be affected in any ) Jot RY Bill! SE', nf XE'i Being -
Will apllrl'o'late your Jenkins Est "
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the house this program I wax hpr./oy .4 g S3 < radio. I dusted up during the) campaign, and Clerk of the Circuit Court. : j S 165 ft of Lot 22 105 f SQ P..arl)1

and cooked dinner and I support x'...ur'ot... on May fSim Hy Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk I II The State of Florida through the I j ill Town otI.awI..y Com at rorIf
morning erelx- 4 27 4t :5; l ln 18 I III. State Attorney of the Second Judiii E of KY Allen Scott f.7i VF.'. of SE1,
washed the dishes. I love these SiblexHIST. I lal l'lr'uit in and for Leon Coun, I Av of RO on S Kim W 269 !t
\v. S. I \\ ..It)
I do not work so hard. I 1 he < In'uit ;:uurl or 1'be FUblh I ty Florida the State Attorney of the !'Side of TAt 25 in for POE X 272 C

days do not let THHKK ("0. VTAItKE) I JudIcIal < Iniiit OC Florida In 4ml I i Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for .1 I.a"II'E of HY J. J SmitH 2.CO ft. W SO ft. S
just keep busy and I Fur llraillnrd Loud', : Clay and Imxal Counties, Florida Lot 42 in Town of 2ft.. E 80 ft to
If elected I pledge an impartialbusiness the State Lawtev Jof RV" "... 2? Vt Ruth Vera P nton C tB
myself get so weary. I went to administration of County I In ( hamrrr.N. I Attorney of the Fifth Ju- Win LeBarry S.S9 POll .
tidal W 1.\ of Lot 4S: in
Wednesday night. affair and County-wide service to | : I.. KNKiHT: a V. ilow Haintiff Circuit in anti f..r l..akf''um.-, Ln ft of Elk I InSecurity
,
hoir practice I tt-r and Marion Counties Town of Lawtey
Florida Home
all. Taxes must be low. but every I \ (;.l.nirCF: : COI.F. .t al. Mrs William
choir. I the Mate E of RY
church Attorney of the Seventh Kittles 3.21
1 still our Defendants. Site
enjoy dollar possible spent on puLlicheslth. Judicial ( Lot 4 & N" 1/3 Hanko ?
"in
'as... No IO-Ii": i! uit in and for Putnam 1 :
have a ticket for the Senior Class I hospitalization and Countywide County, nf Lot 4< in
For results 1 Oltlltlt OF I'l III.U IION \MINOIH Florida the !State Attorney N '3? ft nf That
play tonight. but I do not know beautification Iiu ,i'i'l.au I of the Eighth Judo ial ''inuit in T.awteE of RYI Faanie Stewart 5.56 Portion of Stt of
from your money vote and support and for Alacbua Lot 100 ft X fc
be home I I THE STATE OF FI.olIlI.TO' Maker and Brad KEH of WV
I will I like to Jesse E. New some for County Coin- I I
if go ford Counties. Florida the !* bv 400 ft E & E of
J. J 1I.'manIsaL..lla Havinan state that lies .. 8 William
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with Don better than a play : 1II.'I"I1..r. Thank >1-;ouJE.s.sE :" EWSOMEFOR : It-nine I.i'U :Sohle. Jennie Lou Ki\- Attorney of the Ninth Judicial Cir- W in SB 'or ofLot RD 2 Smith Ilenry
in and for '
St. Lucie, :
erI.. M N.'bl.leorge \v. Cole, Martin
Drury Ipddl'h. Jes.e N. Jones A. Indian Uiver. Okeeohobee. O-<,eola ..f Lawtey E ofRY James Lewis 't.I.a of SE'l of .

I M1KHIFFUHAItFUHU I (1. ('ook'.ey. Ilrbei-ia 1-'. I'ookse\.. and Oange Counties. Florida, the Barber S.CO EtFt.. of 3 Dr. E. M Web"t"r S .3
State Attorney of the Tenth Judi- 4 T.J
tOlNTV Harry HI\ Si s. Ella L. Hixer if '
FR1G1DA1RETHE <'ial Circuit: in and for Polk I :1 1'ndivided tnt XW
candidacy alive: the plai e of resident ..f each County Com2lOItEnf
I hereby announce my Florida in and to the S
the Mate of
of NW
Attorney of
of whom unknown and if dead the Cot
Brad- is
election as Sheriff of Sin I
2
for re- Eleventh Judicial 1I5 ft nf hit
Circuit in and for VE; .t Run
Demo- the unknown heirs. devisccs. grantees !
foid County. subject to the Otto SID of
BEST-KNOWN Pade County, Florida and E < fro
the Mate "10
lienors. creditors and other per- f. :
Having
.ran.: Primaries in May. Attorney of the Fifteenth Lawtev Sam Brown '%
Judicial I 6S6 V ff 3
NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION faithfully discharged the duties of >ons claiming any interest lands m or to Circuit in and for Brnward and E 440 ft of SE'; ft to POP. HO., U Susie ;.I.r !19

the (.tf..f'. to the best of my ability the hereinafter described by. Palm Beach Counties, Florida, and nf .SW', of NW iX 25 5 122J:! 7 :Manuel Mcea1 16.80 V 100 of S '
0
sin.e bevoniing >uur Sheriff I prom- I' thioufch,under and the or against unknown each heirs.dexi suchderacd the several property owners, taxpayers :2/4 of NE' 152S 5 2: 1:0 Lee Kue Tbeullr: 47.6% ft nf f that nor

citizens, SE'4 of S\\H ofst.i1 nf !;
RANGES including nonresidents of F.H
>-ees. grantees. lienors creditors
I S 2: 10 C 1 & MDlzigfelder
In- I owning property or subject ofEH lying W 1 Anna Sophie
DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! ned other persons claiming any
WATER HEATERSAIR I I to taxation 7 1 U
therein. and all others 5.56 of RD Clausen
teret in or to the hereinafter denl ] 4. -o
CONDITIONERS I IN JUST 15 MINUTES. I ,.> ...d lands b., through. under or I having or claiming any right title !

It ..! pU..d.. joat 40c beck .t laf4ni :.agunst I .a'h Archibald H Johns. or interest in property to bf affected -' S'r of SE, Of %0 George rom 21 n ft \ of
I by the !issuance SW, 25 5 2: Strong IbOX'L. of Sw
WASHERS & DRYERSGet bv the FlorIda SE 'or
| .1_ Try Uitut-dryinf ITCH. \di \ John Jacob Johns Hetty 1
State of SW'i ofNE'4
I Ut-NOT .t.. time .! dr vr all' I' 1'. \\'%'nn. 1'ollx M Coin trvin the Turnpike Turnpike Revenue Authority of1 I 25 5 23 10 .& Paul 14.55NV'4 !' & Run2LAft.N214 ft.V"

U KILL ..rmaI: CONTACT. Fin lot |1.I"hn'. Thomas J. F. John MarionI Bonds, Seres -
The Best For LessSmith'sGarage : of 1956. hereinafter of NWit of E "40'f S 21* 1 William Kalch
more
Johns 1' f
loot Itch od tk John1Jeremiah Laura
*u M. -u..rm\p t I W
& ofSE14 21
rtKt & & M. s44 .l (D.*Wc ( l:Cone Uilliam H. UiversV. II.I cularly described or to be parti-j SE'4 4 to J Renter Est 27 J 4SW

At .....). 'I| Iters.4ch deceased, and all per- In any way thereby, are hl'rf'b of X\\l. of
& E of of
MTCHFLLS DRUG STORE intcrt't quired to appear before the ( SEt4 % XEl I
sini. having or claiming any .
in the following described Court of Leon ('ount} Florida, in I Swi. of XW* OfLof N'of SE', _.. t William Kalch
the Second Judicial Circuit of said 20 Presley & NW :1 a Center Est
1 Undsituate in P.radford County I SEt1 28 5 .9.' 2

VOTE FOR I Fl >nda to-wit: Mate at the Court house in Talla Tharen Green 11.4S Xl of SWVt of
hassee. Florida. on the 15th day of 16. 18, 19 20, : 1 Tarn : "
From the intersection i f the May 1956. at ten o'clock I .. 41 Emma SE*. EX RYSU. 2SS5 T 33 4
AM.
I North line of Madison street with and 21 & 24 33 a.. Calhena 14.85IA Of
}-'IIGIDAIRE D. B. (Dick) ThomasFor I 11:.. West line of Walnut Street. t show cause why the prayers of the ]I I'I 1 in NW Cor of SW1.nf XEI 22 20 Cleveland Neal ;;.'0
| petition filed the above 1 Williard
: in the City of Starke Bradford 'I 1 1 in proceed-I SE!, of XW. 35 5 22 & I I Lot in DR
SeniceWe it.g should
Sales and I i ',>untFlorida, thfiue run not be granted and the Crawford 321:! 7 6 DFS EX
J1S5000000
North 7! degrees !6 minutes Turnpike Revenue ,; NFt4 of BW4 of that Port in 'lay
"kU Makes of CONSTABLEDistrict I \\est and along the North line I E'onds, Serifs of 956. therein described -| XW EX1AinNE 1 .. Walter Bruce
of Madison Street for a distance and the proceedings heretofore Cor. ...'J 5 2! 9 Andrew Anderson Iii..".5 County -- Prevail : c -0
I II
Ifctrlcal: Appliances One ,.f 50 feet for a POINT OF KEi.lNNlNU. had authorizing i'suan'ethereof |!! \V U" of NE'; of Lot 2 of B in
the Point ..f Be- validated and confirmed {! SWV, EX 2'SA rk George w. Johnson 12 5
; ; from. 17 The S/D
606 X. Tt'SDplet' said Turnpike Revenue George Williams
Bonds 23
Series
I 35 5
(Lawtey, X. & S. Starke) i K.nni ig thus des'nb..d run of 1956. being dated in XE Cor Et Al 6S5 Lot 1 of Elk B -
April ]. :
N & Elln n.
72 :6 minutes :
I :North degrees lit Pleasant
1'HOXE 120 I (I'd. 1)01.11 Y.That's \\r-t and along the North line !{I 1956. bearing interest at a rate"; not i' W 4 of X4 ot. 15 C1&M SI Eevis 2i4Jessf
to exceed tire .3
per centum (J ) 36 5
if :Madison Street C.'r a distanceI per1 I j XWt of XW'Ccm & Dingfelder C. Lot 6 of Elk C -
v7 :5A feet theme run North lannum. payable emi-annually on '-Wi
<
Mt
I I and October 1 of each XE Cor" of Pleunt SI ,
,. year. at Stewart '. s
j ; degrees 31: minutes Ka t fool'I I EX RAV l .
laegregating the principal XW &
1 d.-tance of 10s.5 feet thence amount SW-4 of 4 7 of Elk E -
Our BusinessIf I 1 a run South 72 degrees 25 minutes ''of S1S5.000000 and all maturing on ', W R'W Line of Lot Mt. Pleasant ST M. H. Aderhold 12 9

'! for distance of 87.50 feet I April 1. 1996. a more complete description -1 STRD200RUflS 5P Mt.
We Have 111! : theme E451 run a South 17 degrees 33 of said Turnpike Revenue I I Along RD 520 ft.V Tact SID Waltf-r L Meyer : 2'sj I
It's Gla* 1 '
I Bonds. Series of 195 520
being contain..d \ 50 ft.oJ of
SE Cor
miteWest for a distance of Com at
m:
CALLVRITE or VISIT i ;i'ia; feet to the Point! of re-,, hibits attached in the pet.-ion thereto.herein and tx- |1 i FOB ft. E 50 ft to 18 C 22 O. B. Keotyn LIT XH of XE' of

pinn.ngituate! in L"t- T. 6. 7. NW'4 of NW4 *
I ;;nd 1 of Block IS of the origin- j IT IS FCP.THEK ORDERED that I Lot 330 ft E & Run V 108 ft for

Joe Peters Glass Co. i al Town of Starke as pr-r plat I this: Order be published once each V by 660 ft N & POB then W "M
S\\ Cor cfSEV
v rr'f roorded in Ped Book I week' for three conseutive, weeks in : S in, of XWiE'3 17 6 22 3 Etta Jones 1..._! -ft. X 100 ft. E.
N at Page 7i9 thereof of thei.ti.e a newspaper published !in the S K'n ftr. .
of
FOR ANY GLASS NEED records of Bradford Coun- i Counties of Leon. ('lay"u'al.. Lake : s E< of EX XEU 2.A in rB' ; 8 .\.h1. I.e. Da\s: :

t' Florida.; i Saniter Marion! rutna-r ,.Iaeh a'i| XE 4 Cor 15 6 22 IS Erne : Dell e.:;

We Design :Modern Store Fronts i I > i are hereby notified that a IF.aker I Bradford. St. Lode Martin, Corn 210 ft X from

for -.t: hs been filed in the ab.,ve en- Indian River Okeei-hobee Osceola, i
Just :Mail Us A Pattern SE 'or of S\Vt5 J. E. Kelly
.
:;tl.-l! (',.urt and cause whe'em N [ Orange P> Ik, Dade Broward: and of SWI4 & Run Tax Collector

Table Tops I. Kght, is. plaintiff and MU and .:i Palm Ceach. Florida the first pub- W :315 ft X 10 Bradford County
(
1 i .i h if "u are .tef ndan:'. and licatu in each cf said newspapers 315 ft S Forida
ft E : 4:Z 4 _:
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 the r..l,..( sought IS to e-tabl.i-h. i ito be n"t less than eighteen ( IS)1 .:. fto POB ;:! 6 2 Cora Johnson 2326 4
qu.r' .. .d ccnfirm pla>nt.fat.t''* days prior to the date hereinabove ;










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FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1956 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA I'\( E THIRTEEN


,.........? ..yY9 n.....i 1 I speeches Congressman D. R.!I serving in the dining room, antI i i i i, Crusade." two films on the won New i: Bradford County S?<.fanie. spent last Saturday af- in Chattahtxxhee Wednesday and Win ttteid t were Moitinc: ::1 c- I.'..i
I Billy) Matthews was present inperson j I collected money when the cakEI M I of the American Cancer Society >"!"ion \'Jsltingr..1 and MrO.ien -< Thursday of. last week on a I ville last Saturday
HAMPTONBy the the state auctioned. I were shown at Hampton Baptist[t: Hospital Accepted Griffin ,
only one on I was A' thru hnir.e on b'i> 'ress trip for the !!alment1 I r. and Mrs R. \'. Tin:;. :
ticket. connected with the. Church on Wednesday evening: K'ri.t'Lako' : ', : the Prison. ...
i!I Everyone By National Group : .ui Y at State [ chili I lien were Sattria\' ..
Sirs. D. E. Ilill The supper and cake auction''1 I school is deeply appreciatively ot r'I last week during the prayer meet- I ML! I... i .J !!". .. 'T' 1.-. <, M'! ,i.l Mrs Milo: Seigler and'' d.nn ier guest.of Mr rv. Miindeison t- !
netted a profit of $177.50 for purchase -/ the generosity of the visitors at i ling. Miss Dorothy Alvarez Mrs Bradford County Hospital hi- H". .. ,' ,: R V T." .., i : iif.; .i"i M.ir.d Mi* Boyar L. .1 Jr. in S!,u'n; ei
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALlarge of playground equipment.' Anna Felos and Miss Dorothy I
I the supper and rally who did so Ross of Starke presented the been accepted for Institutionn ...
Proceeds were $211.50 with the
Crowd I
At Rally: it. Membership in the American Hospital -
much make a success of
to
.
MI|>|MT N>t-. $l7/.;iOApproximately differeme used to ray for food underway to II film.A Association it was annum:, .
I Plans are already house-to-house tanvass for
and kers.
230 adults and wor ed this week by Admmisti"o
install the playground equipment funds for the drive has been com- C
-hildren attended the chicken A "good luck"" cake, white R. E Edmondson.The .
To :how Canter Film | pleted. Mis. Alderman said. Can- I (
upper at Hampton School last : frosted and decorated with a green | At School TonightContinuing isters for the drive are still in new medical center. 'urn,,'h arC
Friday with many others from ;I four-leaf clover and the words 'j'I the !&"<> cancer places of business and in the is also a member of the Rood! : ,
Hampton and other parts of the "good luck," was auctioned off i! drive in this area, there will be churches here. Hospital Association, joined 11\.-; I i .
unty coming later for the poli- :( during a coffee break. Silver J Ji a film on cancer, for women, at 6.000\ of the country's best hospitals I yx
tical rally on the school grounds. i money was also baked inside the I Hampton Elementary School audi- The county nurse will be present when confirmation of
I film at the It-I
Cars filled with people lined cake, made and donated by Mrs i torium tonight (Friday) at fi pm. at the showing membership in the nationwide Ro
questions.
streets around the school duringthe Percy Sullivan. Billy Graham In announcing the fnm. Mrs school Mrs Alderman to answer said.any I organization was received last I erts
rally, which wan broadcast Starke merchant, was winner of week, M
chairmanfor
T. J. Alderman, local Church To HaveGuet according to EdmondsonHe
I Baptist
from | the cake, which brought $60 in I
a sound-truck to those in said
; the drive, asked that any Film that the majority of
the schoolyard people on the the Scotch auction. Doyle Conner toI I I Speaker. I II
I U.
1 women wishing transportation The Rev Walter Zvoda of leading S. medical facilitiesare
sidewalks and in the cars. acted as auctioneer. the school contact her, Miss Betty Asheville, N. C, director of the I registered with the Assocta- ; FOR
All county candidates were Mothers of the school children] Durling, or Mrs. Betty May I'ale'tinefissionary League, will ;i lion and that the most modern I
present for the rally and several donated homemade/ cakes foij' Women in the Theressa Grahamand show a film and speak at the and up-to-date are accepted air I
state candidates had representa- '' dessert for the supper. The I Hampton communities are in- I Sunday evening service at the Institutionalfembers.. SUPERINTENDENTOF
tives present to speak for them Misses Ruth Perry, Carolyn Perry, vited to attend. I Hampton Baptist Church on Sunday In a concurrent announcementi
following the slated county and Rose Gregory assisted in I Ian Alive" and "Cancer May 6, at 8 pm. i i the administrator also! extendedthe I I'I
'
"Inside Russia" is the title of 'I thanks of the hospital board I II
,I the film to be shown, and "The I and staff to the Gideon Societyfor : air PUBLICINSTRUCTION
I Doom of Russia and Palestine"will I their placing of 2": Bibles one i.
ELECT i te his sermon topic. All : for each patient room. at the ,,
I merntyrs and friends of the new installation .
church are invited to attend. I

Harold K. Norman: Local Ray Couple Cox, son Wed of Mr. and :'olrs.1 I, Board Reappoints 49 ,

G. C. Cox of Hampton, and Mrs j No-Contract TeachersThe I II
I Estelle Chesbrough of Sampson i
City were married Saturday! Bradford County School] I
Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER Dist. One April 28, in Folkston Ga. They Board re-appointed 49 teachers to :MY PLATFORM
plan to make their home in I continue in their present positions !
Staike I during the next school term I ..FOR -
CountyatLargeYoung Personalities j at a special meeting called! for
Mr. and Mrs. Willard M Jones j that purpose Saturday morning. BETTER RELATIONS BETWEEN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
visited in Leesburg, Orlando, and Superintendent of Public In- EFFICIENT ADMINISTRATION
Cocoa on Thursday and Friday I) struction Harmon P. Morgan explained TRUST WORTHINESS IN DUTIES OF OFFICE
last week. I that the 32 white and 171 TRAINING TO BE ADEQUATE BY .IMPROVING FACILITIES
Ralph Williams was a Sunday !I'' negro teachers work on a non- EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
He Stands afternoon visitor in Sampson City I contract basis and must be reappointed RESPONSIBILITY TO THE PEOPLE .
r with Vincent McKinney.Mr. i for each term.
and Mis. Frank Hicks and A teacher must remain with
I Ambitious k children of Jacksonville visited I the county school system for a I SPENDING TAXPAYERS MONEY" AT HOME
For relatives here Sunday. minimum of three years beforehe COMMITTEES FOR CAREFUL PLANNING' OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Willie Gitman, who has been can be placed on contract fora HONEST ADMINISTRATION
I staying with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. I period to exceed 90 days. he ORGANIZATION AND COOPERATION FOR BETTER EDUCATION
I HonestySincerity Watterson in Hampton, left Fri- said..ryyyy..yyyyyyyyy..1. O'EN-MINDEDNESS TO THE PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION
day for South Hill, Va., for a I
Active l LOYALTY TO THE OFFICE AND PEOPLE
visit with his parents.Mr. .
SEGREGATION MAINTAINED WITH FAIRNESS TO BOTH RACES
and Mrs Edward Saxon of
Practical Eau Gallie drove to Hampton STATE FARMBy
Sunday to take their daughter
Gail time with them, after her
Farmer Economy visit here with Mr and Mrs j I Janet Turner A Vote for Carl Roberts is a Vote
Phone 135JtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Glenn Macintosh 'i

Sunday Mr and visitors Mrs in Madison Valdosta.Lee Ga.were :!( I for the best interests of your children

\: I Mi' and Mrs A. C. Belche had
I II II I as weekend guests Mr Belche's 'j (I'd. l'ul.Ih')

Harold K. Norman, candidate for County Commishioner from li>t. One I I sisters. Mrs. G. C. Cameron, and !
(Lawtey) was born and reared in Bradford County. Now 21 years of age, I Now Open i Mrs R. C. Hayman, and his |
he graduated from Bradford County High School in 1930:> and now owns mother, Mrs. Ola Behhe, all of
and operates his own farm. He is married and has three children. Winter Haven. Mrs. Belche remained Za'a k
SMITTY'SBARBER for a visit with her son
Having been reared on a farm, he appreciates the farmer's problems and and family.

states that the farmer's interests are his interests. He supports better SHOP ,' Mr. and Mrs Louis Crews and .f
farm-to-market roads and more value for the present county dollar without children of Staike visited Mr and!

additional taxes. Court Street Opposite Ms C. R. Crews" and family Sun- KEEP FLORIDA CLIMBING .
dav.
Harold Norman believes in honesty and fair play in the performanceof Court (louseS rf
the duties in public office. This he will work for unceasingly l if elected. Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn
and sons were Sunday dinner KEEPtCOLL1NS
Member: Heilbronn Baptist Church, Laideij Lions Club, Farm Bureau YOUR PATRONAGE quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G 44 t
WILL BE GREATLY
Caldwell and their houseguest i i
APPRECIATED Mrs M A. Garcia. .
Give A Young Man A Chance --- Mis H J. Kuct"rafrs.. M WShtalv .

Vote for Harold K. NormanPd. D. H. SMITH :Mis L., Mrs.L. Wainwright I* E Dugger attendedthe and

County Council Meeting of
( PoL Adv.). Owner & Operator 1 the Home Demonstration Club;' 4
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,
!
'
i .. -, In Heilbronn Tuesday. '
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Mrs R V. Turner entertained,,
Fr day with a birthday party foi

f 1 I her daughter Kay. Fifteen ofi I The Record ,, '
Drive lA tare everywhere! i I Kay's friends helped her celebrateher
second birthday with an af- ]
ternoon of games and delightful j'
refreshments. j Tells The Story !IThe
;.LI Mr. and Mrs Carl VanZant and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Warren -

II I Boatright all of Lawtey record shows that Governor LeRoy Collins has been one of the
visited l Mr. and :Mrs. C. R. Crews
II I last Saturday night. I. If', most, '-outstanding and sincerely human Governors in Florida's history. ,
Miss Frances Caldwell and
a ,
J.a i. .'L' .n% c t '<.. 1 I Mrs M. A. Gratia and daughter I ", "One of Most Effective U. S. Governors"

I I VOTE FOR I 4 Since he has been in office he has been the symbol of good govern-- '

4. ment. In less than 16 months, he has established a standard of leadershipthat

i !, D. B. (Dick) ThomasFor caused one of the nation's great magazines to call him "One of the

II I I most interesting and effective Governors in the U. S, today." ." -'j|

CONSTABLEDistrict What he has done for Florida as a State is nationally known. But the

"Ont-Fifty" S-door Sdan-vith beautiful Body by Fisher; "Two-Ten" 2-door Sedan-one of 20 frisky new Chevrolets, I One record further proves, Governor LeRoy COLLINS has not only kept

(Lawte), X. & s. Starke) ,, Florida climbing as a State but has also helped solve the problems of cities,

l (I'd. Pol. .\d\'. (counties and the smallest communities. Here's the record for Brad-

'HOT PERFORMERS i ford County and"the records of other counties will be found in the

I newspapers of each


For ROADS: Completed -----------_______________,____________Q 1,929,670

with heart-warming prices Continued BUILDING Military AITROI'KIATIOXS Department ('amp:Beading custodial quarters) $ 22,500

SCHOOL ALLOTMKXTS
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Minimum Foundation
Program
------------ $ 492,341
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The "One-Fifty"t and You won't find us playing CavorAnd look at the model choice Good Textbooks -------------_______________________________$ 7208

Tico-Ten" Series bring ites. You get the same lively power you've got.Twenty in all, including Capital Outlay Amendment ----------------------------$ 19470
: M in "Two-Ten" and "One-Fifty" four hardtops two of them "Two- DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION:

you Chevrolet sassy modelsthatyoudoinBelAirs.Up Tens." Six station wagons-three and Hospital: New Bradford County Hospital, Starke, completed -

', styling an d recordbreakto to 225h.p.Thesame! performance, "Two-Tens"and one "One-Fifty." at a cost of -------------------________________$ :278,910
Faithful Bond IU>\enue Section: Disbursed funds du \rd from sale
too-the wide-awake kind that So even among the lower priced
ing road action at pricesyou'll of $1,000,000 Bradford County Road Re\enue Bonds.Surplus .
rates Chevy the peppiest, easiest Chevrolet have plenty of
you property delivered to County ..._______ ))126,810
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_icarm, -up to fast! handling car on the road! choice. Come. in and look them over! Service!! FLO.RII GEOLOGICAL SfRVKY:
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Ic.=r I I'J The prospefting for heavy minerals continues by both
) Suney personal and by many ompanie., and indhiduaK

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County participating in indigent hospitali/ation program.
'I Increased Stale funds for County Health Department.

R. A/'BOB TTKXPIKE:
l>ngth-23.: .>; 30 bridges; total (estimated) for county $13,100,000
? America's
', largest selling car
,. -2 million more .
',, .,,, owners than any GRAYSECRETARY -
t -
other make .
::: ;
Bel Air Sport Sedan-here's your buy fur fy, mi-t 1 :>If.'flr" ''lIId i disvnctwn in Cherrolct's f.tld!, .: <<:0 7. > ,

," RE-ELECT GOVERNOR
AIR CONDITIONING-TEMPERATURES MADE TO ORDER-AT NEW LOW COST. LET US DEMONSTRATE.

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RATLIFF CHEVROELT CO. l/VeweiiJPCf- : '

THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTEFOR 'COLLINS'

EXPERIENCE !
West Call Starke Fla. i th6...'(01 Ad. ..'4 10f b r S'O'. Campo i' G.o, I IA
St.
Phone 111 Paid! for b) the Cairpa.fa: Trtas.rtr

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FOURTEEN BRADFORD COCXTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
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serts salad dressings, and jams. patrons wou'.d learn of them a? were on the sick sat all -eek .-everaJ of the people in different (,-ar.--: i 01 '.*; : > .-,".. "-:
And you can well take some ex ,
few
quite a read this columnHe
I'-, Home Demonstration tra food as between-meal snacks la. do hope all will act according We will have tae "youngest" pa tts of tliojtinty.. If y<'u wisht r.: i coiiir .':: ,1"1 i AC i

t-II (clothing KvhihiK to above instruction : preacher in the Biack Creek As- k nw \.-her.- the Scripture hs l"-ten t. .. M :!ten v" ci:: ..-' "}

; Notesby 'I The girls are busy exhibitingtheir set'.ition pcach tor us next foil!! preach n Jill ia found. read id this thr1g man _irt' i *i 1 1.' Jill
Hvde Wilkinson preached for ,
C rtinuel 1.. J !,) the h.. ,> l't
clothing wok these days Saturday night at Clay Hill. This and Isaiah iicme 10" :
the folks the
: Girls in the Staike 5th grade at Clay Hill churchStturdav young fellow has been preaching vp-n, the Sibj-c" Opaque If should pi' o'l.- Lud! -. .\ .... I o o

1.t t. DOROTHY ROSS : group modeled their aprons fur =OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH == night in fact, twoSaturday 1:: in tw, more months .- just ; v are inter seed. be at the the work" 'f :U"r, i .>.
nights in succession. We .
/ .;" J Home Demonstration Agent : the rest of the group. The apron ,ne told he preached two wonderful 55 years and is almost 75 years fl.-v Hil: Churi i at'n \\'Ii here pf)|.': -il ni\-: '" > '
were most attractive and of ioui-e o'd His name is Jm Stnckland wiU! h-\' > 'i h:I lf hour sins *t'ivin' '- Lord' i'. :-.o <"> I.\\dll'r.' ,1' -
I I Soil Conservation s..rmons.1' were unable: to .
i I the girls ale all ready to go in and he is to r-reii-h bv lequest of If ':"u ni' i >o'">. duet t>r j.n H.!' blessings .-:t' ,>.. >, t' .
attend. in bed sick with a
('..nt!rolling:: U right Avoid high-calorie foods like,, the kitchen to cook. These girl NEWSBy very
SI''l.'re'old.
Now that warm weather is here the fat of meat cooking fat. |j were: Judy Haislop, Jean Ryan There were morepiesent -:.
at services
again are you having any trouble salad oil, fried foods! gravies and Linda Let Lois Kaufman Mary Kill Haa: > Saturday

getting into those summer clothes 1 rich sauce, nuts, pastries, cakes Ann Dally, and Betty Jo Moody Soil Con,er\ati Senk-e !> night than we have had present RE ELECTHarmonMorgan
on Saturday night sate all of
anti beach wear? If so, here are: cookies, rich desserts (candies : Besides making peasant aprons
the have been
political rallys in
some suggestions that many peo- jellies: and jams. Eat small-sized these girls hemmen dish towel: I was talking to Ed Normanthe ; session.e also had a large

ple aie trying and finding to be ,, servings of bread or eel eal. and embroidered their name or. other day about cover crops congregation" Sunday night nilhad

eflective in controlling their Don't skimp on fruits and vegetables |i one end and made pillow cases. : He lemarked that he had planted ,I a wonderful sermon and g..,,d
Girls in the Starke 6th grade !
weight.It ',' Eat a variety yes some Hairy Indigo seed In his !I singing.
is advisable to have a physical potatoes, too. A medium-sized group who have modeled their,: corn field a few years back andit '
,
rehad 36 in Sunday Seho?
examination before attemptingto potato has no more calories than ,; gathered skirts are Henree Lou i is still volunteeiing "It sureis

1t'lue'eIf you are under 20 a big orange or a big' apple. But ,: Dennis, Georgia May Mosely ;!, a good soil builder and the I out had dropped fo 46 enrolled off due to Attend illnein im't

years of age, don't try to leduce t take. fruits ann, vegetables straight :, Gayle Andrews and Carolyn I stock like it too:' says Ed. 'i so many families, but it sen.- _
except under a physician's guid- i i i| vegetables without citram I Ward. I ,
I Talking about another coveiciop. some of us are able t > get; ba. n
ant'eThis is also advisable, ifyou sauce or fat. fruit without sugar j Collllt.v Council :MrrtingHeilbronn
I
.
if
I asked Raleigh Conner to church again.
are a young mother or have : and cream. Don't skimp on''; was hostess to the

anything wrong with heart or: protein-rich foods, for you neeo j I County Council Tuesday in the I''. he had any trouble putting that Sunday morning May G."t'
stand of Giant Striata Crotalaria ,
other gans. If you are not in' plenty of lean meat, milk, ano > school auditol ium. This group iscomposed good will have a man of the GideonBible
rt'duceI I II I of Home : under He had planted distributors with u" in the
these groups, and need to eggs.If Demontra-I
I : the crotalaria at the last cultivation interest of the Gideon Society
take it slowly. A pound or two you are UNDEKHEIGHTi I tion dub members
of the coin He turned his All who wish to help' a good
ular in the
off a week is plenty! i you need to turn the tables toI;i quarterlymeetings
stock on it after breaking the rause along, wish to !help put
different sections of the county. I
urecalor it's without '
To rt' !, put some fat on your tones Tail com and still had plenty of organic Bibles where they cnn be !'t'adh'
starving your tody of its other: need three balanced I Mrs. I... E Dagger vice-pi esi-
material to turn under. Raleigh people trawlinghelp to put .
needs: J dent presided in the absence of '
overweights do. To these mea1..1 stated that he first mowt'd' Bibles in homes \\ht'renth..r people -

Eat three meals a day, but you can freely add the extras I the president Mis. J. R. Kelly the crop down then turned it do not place Fiib'es'! com on
:\11 Paul Dinkins read the minutes
s. -
rton't be bt'twe-en- shunned bv the
tempted by weight reducers
under without trouble. to church and dona'to this
any
k a
meal snacks. such a, rich !gravies and des- good 1 non profIt, Chi win! lame k
Reports of the program planning -
The }o'. F. A. boys, under the The remit! at Lo" R. m<'h c
committee and canning exhibit r
RE-ELECT !supervision' of Paul Hutchins and) fin: h i lose. i f:1I1l1\! rut Il: I'll
committee
were given
Joe Wood, used the District fertilizer \\> wenusi.iiiie [tn ,rtii i I 'u1
Plans and courses for the State:
Count :Meeting in Gainesville. spreader to fertilize then
Pensacola Bahia Pastures. 1a "tc cx
DICK ERVIN slut' 3were announced andP't'ryonf'

was urged to attendAll
used the District
Lex Green
who plan to go WeI'easked COLONIAL
c-ultipaiker to plant Pen"at ola
to register early for the course
ATTORNEY GENERALSTATE they wish to take.It Ilahia grass seed on his place

was voted to give fiom the on the Keystone Highwa\. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
OF FLORIDA treasury toward the 4-H camp Lawton Crawford also used thecultipackei FLORISTPHONE
Penacola -
to some
I improvement project which the plant
Aggressive Determined Bahia grass seed! "It's a
council! has been working on this 218

IN HIS FIGHT FOR year The sum of S 12..J:> has a!. little dry to be planting seed but :

Good Government: ready been made at a food sale I believe itill come when it OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Law Enforcement at the (-H Rally Day program.It starts to rain" says Lawton. (j)
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was!' also voted to donate to
States Rights Segregated School : the American Cancer Sodety.Pla"s I was out discussing a soil and

: weremat... for the flower water conservation farm plan, FLOWERSFor ..Qualified and Experienced School Man
JERRY O. GAY... County Chairman
show in June which will be announced with Guy Harrington. He just t :1 Native of Bradford County
(I'd. 1'01.dq I later. bought Sontheiland's place in the All Occasions

l The Rayless Highway section Guy A Veteran of World {War II
surprise package was an
DISH
GARDENS
apron and little Cheryl Wainwright states that he is going to plantas

1 was the one to receive it. much soil-building' crops as he POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY
He has led our schools through their greatest periodof
The business session proved to can. We discussed the soil and
VOTE FOR .
be a busyone after whichall capability map of his farm. This
very of'| growth and development and will continue to providethe
shows the different types'
enjoyed a ccneied dish luncheon map

JESSE E. NEWSOME in the cafeteria. soils on the farm and! describes Flowers JriredAnywhere necessary leadership through the trying times ahead.

those the soil as to texture. organic
Among attending were:
content inherent fertility and

For COUNTY COMMISSIONERFrom I I Mss: healy.Il's.L :F.. Dugger. H. J., Mis.Kucera Frances Mrs aridity With this soils map we Your Vote and Active Support Will Be Appreciated

aie able to make a complete Nona St. Stark

DISTRICT THREE (Starke) Louie Wainwright i )[r5. Paul i conservation farm plan which (Pel. Pot Adv.) I

Dinkins, Sr. Mrs A H. Harley. will help 1 the farmers use then i .;: : _- _-- /" -.Jfto'-., _

IX COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION MAY 8, 1JI3C: :Mrs H C. Wainvviight, the land within its capability and

hostess Mrs. Tullie Norman its needs
group treat it according .
For County.{Wiele Service .
'
Mrs. Eldon Sapp an.lIrs. for continuous production and improvement -

County-Wide P.caiitificatwn B M McRae. and Miss Dorothy .
\

Ross. ..v.................. Dent letlShtiflkfflg Horsepower

Let's Improve Our County, \ CLAY HILL


Window CleaningReasonable I
All Work Together for ,
: Prices I )>v :Mrs.' !. U Stricklandlaaaaaaaalaaaaalaaaalaal



PROGRESS Outside W S. ACNEW.Only 30c Prop.up I i :Mi and :MM Charles Lang and cripple your pick-up in traffic

3)3! (herrv :St. Starke.: Ila. son are at homo in Highland now.

ELECT JESSE E, NEWSOME I They were at Richard Lang'swhen

I Frances and baby first returned -


VOTE FOR I K.from Maxwell the hospital.A. of Green. Cove ,


Twenty Years of Straight fmng-TMngs-Out ; D. B. (Dick) ThomasFor I Springs Clay called Hill Saturday.Mr. on the .Stricklandat ,. I R.F.L1E11cs ; I


For You I" and :Mrs. Tonga Padgett

CONSTABLEDistrict railed on Faye England and the cs +s i II I 7eLji -- !\.
I Stncklands Saturday iftcmoonI
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IS SOLICITED
One I I They had not been able to go *oI I II

(I-awtcy. X. & S. Starke) I see the sick they had) been or.i ahead with h' Ii I

(I'd. 1'01.d\'.) (I'd. 1'01.lh'. i I I t the sick list too. s a 6e money NO NOX I 't m all II i

| Mrs Nellie Adkins McKenseand \' clean-burning sues clean .

--- _.-- !: two sons wereisitmg Clean-burningCulf th0 ke1'p s en g ''Stuinking ?
r cause r I
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-- -- = ', : friends at Clay Hill Sunday! ; protects against the depos' its that, h compression ,, ,

The Clay Hill PTA will meet fullsafe

: for the :May installation of oft .,zb ;;r<. larsa'I10 : pfhoxhelp g Yxtra miles. 1 :. 't"Y I
., engines.Tbert'sult !
thousands o! otnine
H. cois and to decide other important !row.a,r fur M ;r:
A. LAWSONFor I

i! transportation subjects, such for as pre-.dio.i'means o' I,

Ii
children to the annual ROllnd--lj' i
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ii Middlehuig Health Cent'I! II I
x eor
:\J.i\ 22. 9 p.m Plans fm ti: <' ,

thud and\ last shot for polio and! !
SHERIFF ,
''oth.'r important subjects tn 'I...

discussed The Clay lull Doctoi .
,
: Inlet. and :Middlebuig paient-: k ,. .
i I will all make an effort to haw

I :
r tinroundup
I :

forour child to have their

I che and also for the fin II
Pi* i < k-ups
He lielieves For ThePeople .
I poiio; shot to be given The- >

i I polio shots will have to be !giver: ... 'Mf '<:!::' ,;,.: .
a '' ':"
In A Public ; i by your private physician "F' ..<.. ..ffi'fN- .
j there is not enough of the vai, : <'; '
I .
Cine retained by the County

Office t'om' Of The : Health Department to admmistfii '

i i the shots to all. At the present '

tune. the limited amount of vaccine ,, i: ,wk''..'=if./: ': \d$i. $ :-" ,, .. .... d. ,,Y'r i, fxw

As An Office PeopleAnd available for Health Dept 'M. ; $WIWrtt1p.lf.NtJ; : +1m: ; ::0W .
use will be restricted to indigent : .::.. .MSWeENAwHxuvwOYJAWl4f.__/!?'j' ,' / ,

For All individuals from one through !.">

By : years of age Clinic hours for the

\'a.'I1t' will he from 9-11 a m. on Get the that burns ;
gasoline clean"PROO ,
The People Tuesdavs and Thursdays at the
The People I Health Dept. Office Bank Build ?
R
..... me Green Cove Springs and fit>rr y
: _-. p m on the" first and 3r.!
Fndns at the :Middlebure Health x F:See how the left-hand plate is black- ,

w1 Center ened by the"dirty-burning tail-end"of gasoline

There will be no mass inoculation while NO-NOX leaves the plate on the

clinic, and no other boost right clean. That's because Gulf refine out

He stands for doses will be given by the Health
the "dirty-burning tail-end" of gasoline, in ;,
Dept to those who received the
making New NO-NOX.!
first two doses of ttaunmumr
vaccine except
*""' v- <* f.&mm mt&yam
SAFER HKiHWAVS(; t a
l those medically! indigent a= \ DIRTY BURNING % j GULF NO NOX ti
A HETTER COMMUNITY I FOR YOl'R CHILDREN
noted abovet the present TAIL END rTL>4 GASOLINE
FAIRNESS HONESTY AND IMPARTIALITY TO ALL y (K CAKy A-to w ? .j oww O"4f uwmyoo I
tin'e all the practicing physician N f
.\ nEl'rTr TO FOLLOW SCHOOL( BUSES ON I*. S. HIGHWAY 301: have a limited supply of vaccine *- W M. k. u'vX "St ufO *? j#>* Gulf No-Nox r

AND NOT ALL Kl'SES that: they can give to individual ]I I

TO COOPERATEITH STATE PATROL between the ages one and 15
'
Years and pregnant! women of all

A vote for Lawson is a vote for a : ages Navy dependents can secure dean-burning.plus : Highest Octane you can buy fF. \

i poll vaccine from the Navy base

CLEANER COUNTY and we suggest they call the


,I date Dispensaryfor an appointment F. REGISTER & S SON DISTRIBUTORS

Dr ('('0in"ton of Green Cove j: -
il'd, I'd.d.1n \.I
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