Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03266
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03266
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I } Johns Campaign : Coon HuntFrom I New Voters Have Senate Gets McGriff's Name

,I T i OfficeToOpenilere : "Sun Spots" column In I Friday SaturdayTo
J1 i County
r Gainesville Daily Sun: i For Starke PostmastershipYoung

.4 "Are you shooting in the

dark trying to pick a favorite I
Register I .
candidate for ? It
: governor WWII Vet H}."': '. .disabled war veterans have an ex-
f I looks like this, according to I : _, '
i I : { itra ten points added to their score.
I i iI' Adolph Wirth: Johns has the I Marian L. Crosby, Supervisor of i
County campaign headquarters : jE. B. Jackson, assistant
: Takes Over In'Acting' postmaster -
coon and long gone; Collinsis Registration, will keep her officeat !
for Charley E. Johns for Governor j i I I was second on the list
hot on the trail; Odham is I the courthouse for extra I
I' will be opened this week in quarters open : 'and T. F. Howell third. McGnff
t 'I way back carrying the lantern; ) hours this week to accommodatethose Capacity i II land I
located on South Walnut St. I i Jackson are registered Democrats -
R and Watson hasn't found the who have not yet registeredto
between the bank and the Park I I while Howell is currently
scent yet. vote in the May primaries.
i Green J. McGriff Jr. was checked -
.... Theatre. On Friday, April 2, in addition in as acting postmaster of the [ registered as a Republican.
made ; The
-V announcement was
The of
: to the regular hours her office naming McGnff is the

by Dr. J. W. Brownlee, who has ', will be open from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Starke post office late Wednesday HV.s t first appointment of a Democrat'to

Sirs E. J. Flynn (left) and I been named chairman of the coun- IE\ Hart Rites On Saturday April 3, the last day ,;: afternoon.Earlier in the week C. C. a postal position in this county

her sister stand midway be ty committee. One A. Wigginswill for registering, Mrs. Crosby will Spades since the start of the Republican

tween window here Mrs. Flynn \ serve as county treasurer for ;have her office open until 5 p.m. :jof St. Augustine, Republican Na- administration. The positions of

.' held pistol, and spot near \ the committee.Dr. : Set For Friday In order to register, a person I tional Committeeman for Florida Hampton postmaster and rural
said that the head- must be of had announced that McGnffs : it (carrier at
garage (marked by cross) Brownlee voting age ((21)), a :4, Lawtey went to persons
daily i, lesident of Florida for name had been approved by President r j who
where would-be car-thief was quarters will be kept open one year are currently registered as
stopped. and a supply of campaign literature j William Herbert Hart, 48, a, and a resident of Bradford County Eisenhower and sent to the -,-, Republicans.

I cards, stickers, placards, etc. i resident of Starke for the past 28 V for six months. ,, U. S. Senate for confirmation as -I- 'II McGnff was born in Gainesvilleon

will be available. j years, died suddenly about 5 permanent post master here Ap-
e 4w I Volunteers for service and per- j o'clock Wednesday afternoon in a proval by the Senate is a matteri Jacksonville where he graduated -

sons desiiing information of any i i local doctor's office where he hartbeen : : Berry Volume i of routine it was said and final from Andrew Jackson High
Youth who his as
gate taken following a heart aUI I I confirmation is expected soon. He
kind concerning the Johns cam- i I Ir was employed as a "lerk at
J. D. Helium, In countyjail r
now <
I When
i invited to visit the head- it comes, the appointment : the West Station
are I Bay of the Jack-
shows how he stood with i tack.Mr. G. J. SIcGriff. Jr.
(] quarters office. : Hart was stricken while on (In Tailspin I| of McGriff will end a period of :, sonville post office at the tune he
raised for than an J' about
arms more
yPh It is hoped to have the office I{his way home from the Humph-I a year and a half that the .'! 'entered the service in 1944. While
hour while Mrs. Flynn coveredhim I i Starke office has been without a. per year job. Results of the first
,open by Saturday. reys Gold Trail Ridge mine where |serving an armored division
with pistol 1 he had attended a first aid in- i As a result of frosts and freeze permanent postmaster. F. F. !:examination were thrown out after I in the European Theatre he re-

''struction The I Stump resigned in November 1952 I the Republican administration ceived the Heart
courje. class was I vol-ume i Purple award for
Court Of Honor over at 4:30 and he left for dropped sharply at the Farm- I and was succeeded by S. R Johns i took over in Washington, and a 'wounds.
|er's Market this week :Jr.. second examination ,
according as acting postmaster Since was held last | After
the separation from the
Never underestimate cour- Starke, driving alone in his car. Army
;to figures released by market I February 16 the office has been fall. Applicants taking thf first
age of a woman. ;, -11)1 II'I.id I 'MlllUtt "I'hi'tl ,ll\ tile He became ill on the way in and ': I j McGriff entered the University ot"
Record manager M. R. Judd. Plants are without even an acting post- examination were all Democrats; Florida, in
: 1947. Since
Early last Saturday morning Mrs. T..l..grdph- Sets New flagged Gene Pearson, another graduating
putting on a new of bloom (I 'but the
crop master since Johns resigned, effective second line-up included the then
he has been associated with
held wouldbe -
E. J. (Vergie) Flynn a employee ofJthe[ mine. who was and fruit i!
but it is
: not expected : that date, to accept em- names of several Republicans
his father the electrical
auto thief at pistol point for driving behind him. Pearsoni !that in appliance -
!" volume will increase appreciably i with the State Doad some of whom had switched their
:own protection ployment
Honor of
Court of business in Starke.
more than an hour while her sister I i The monthly i brought Mr. Hart to a local I until
': "Lady, you got me all wrong,'' ,the Alachua District, Boy Scoutsof around April 10. 1,Department. party allegiance in the! period between | He is married to the former
Mrs. M. O. Nelson, caught a ; doctors office, where he seemed toI A total of only 395 crates of .
the protested. "I'm not to I During the period since November I exams.
youth America. brought 350 people | Margaret Monteith, daughter of
ride to Starke and finally returned I recover from the attack momentarily berries were sold, bringing I
with the city police. I|! trying to take your car. I'm a ::the courthouse here Thursday ': only to be stricken fatally I revenue of 317290. High growlers of- 1952, two examinations were j'j McGnff led the list | due to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith of

:Christian. I don't know if you're ::night of last week, setting a new I :held for applicants for the $5,040'preference regulations under which Eustis. formerly of Starke.
Now that it's over Mrs. Flynn while still in the doctor's office. $9.90 was reached last Friday, and ,
Christian and I thei record for this district. ,
or hope attendance
admits she was "a little nervous", j!I Ia i Mr. Hart had been employed by low of $7 on Monday of this week.
i i Lord will forgive you for what i: Highlight of the court was the I Ii In : BHS TrackmenIn
the for i March of last there
but she wasn't half afraid as the ,''you're doing to me" I I II presentation of an Eagle Scout Humphreys Corporation year Cancer Drive Has Kickoff Luncheon
were 8,244
the past five most of that I crates sold, total reve-
who stood near the '' [ years
swarthy youth Mundorff of
: Jan Troop
award to
holding his tired "You just leave that up to the time as warehouse foreman at the nue $51,814.23; high price was $11, Lake City
Flynn garage! made
was by
Lord and me," Mrs. Flynn retorted ,,70. The presentation Trail Ridge mine. He had been,low price $4; average $6.29.
aloft, while the plucky !
arms businessman
Jim Chasteen, local
I j never relaxing her grip on the recently transferred to the new | During this March a total of This Afternoon
housewife him covered froma ,
kept I i who attained the Eagle rank in his .
'' crates were sold with a total :
bedroom window and convincedhim 'gun. Highlands Plant near Lawtey. ,
scouting days. JJ-
she was a kind of bush league j I Mrs. Nelson in the meanwhile, j Second Class awards were made I I Mr. Hart was born in Surrency, \revenue$14.30 and of $43,484.46 low $7, and; high average was ;' The track squad of Bradford

Annie Oakley. (Aside to other had:i run across the highway to 'by J. T. Kirkland, First Class Ga. on August 8, 1905, the son of$9.59. High is participating in a dual I Ii

would-be burglars: She is!) I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph awards by E. T. Shull and Star the late Dr. W. S. Hart and Mrs. I i The day-by-day figures follow: i| meet with Lake City this after-

"I sure had him spittin' cotton" :Alvarez to summon help, but could ,Scout awards by Troop 70 Scoutmaster 'i'Mary Gill Hart of Surrency. He I Thursday: 107 crates; high $9.10, i I noon (Friday) over there :

says Mrs. Flynn with pardonable |arouse no one so she returned. I Harry Green and his as- came to Starke in 1926 to become low $7.; total 87640. 1 In their first meet against stiff

pride. I I "Lady, you got that gun righton I Isistant, Oren Jones. Merit badgeswere i manager of the Hart Furniture I Friday: 144 crates; high $9.90, competition Bradford came out in

The harrowing incident started me. You might get nervous awarded by' ,Troop 70 Com- I Store which position he filled un- i flow $7.50; total 116270. fifth place with a total of six and

,about 5 am. when Mrs. Flynn,.'land''J hopt.f. the intruder pleaded. ,I mitteeman J. Stephens. til called into service during I I Saturday: 42 crates; high $8.20, one-third points in the Robert E

whose neat white frame house "If you make a run for that :Members of Troop 70 advancedto World War II. On December 18, low $7.20; total $302.30. Lee Relays held last week in Jack-

stands at the east city limits on I''gate' you're a dead duck," Mrs. Second Class were Bob Smith, I' 1927 he was married to Edna Monday' : 51 crates-high; $8.90,,, I sonville. A total of 12 schools entered -'
Hank Graham, Vincent Kelly,
I Flynn said steadily. Manning of Starke. ww $7; total $406.00. I the events, but Lee -and
Highway: 16, was !startled to hear i Douglas Seymour, and Freddie I 1 I I'I
the grinding sound of an auto I I About that time Mrs. Nelson !Lewis. I He was a member of the Baptist I Tuesday: 51 crates; high $9.90,, Jackson dominated the meet. They h

starter:, apparently coming from I I managed to flag down a passing I I Merit badges went to Jan Mun- Church, American Legion Post low $7.80: total $425.50. 'I are Class AA schools and will not

her garage. She had been visitingher It|auto driven by Ned Yancey, cover I dOrff Archie Green, Robert Kel- 56. the Trail Ridge Social Club. I Wednesday: None. compete against Bradford in the

-seriously ill husband at the( ing his Times-Union paper route. ly, Charles Kirkland, Lonzo Kirk and Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & I II district track meet to be held ..

Jacksonville-NAS hospital the day!I He drove her to Starke where land, Freddie Stephens, JohnnyStephens A.M. Suslow later in April. ;r.; S. 4 ;:

before, 'and hadn't slept well. there was a long delay before she ,, Wallace Wise, Charles i i I Besides his widow and hisI ,[ Buys I The Tornadoes picked up a'', _.r : .f r
She turned on lights in the I could contact local police who',Manier, Gerry Gibson, D. RitchGreen I mother, he is survived by a I second place in the high jump by 1. ., I ..' Y

house and called out: "Get awaY were cruising their beat. i, Sammy Warren, Irvan Cov-, il daughter, Kay Haft of Starke and: Stanley Clark, while Robert :.I, 5 .. r I jf.r

from there!" The noise in the I During all this time, Mrs. Flynn 1 !ington, Kenneth Miller, and Robert: I two brothers, C. R. and J. M,M Building Humphries and: Marion Harrington } '; /

parade, which is located about stood at the bedroom window,', ;Cooper. were part of a four-way tie !
I I Hart, both of Jacksonville. :
i I
KICKOFF LUNCHEON Bradford annual Fund
for Cancer
II i County's
I holding the weapon aimed at the I for fourth place, also in the high :
75 feet from the side of the house, ; i Troop 92 of Gainesville took the
stopped abruptly.She j would-be thief. Once her cat honors for most advancements, and-I | Funeral services will be held I1 r I Ben (Ole Sarge) Suslow an. jump. I i.: Drhe was held Tuesday in ihe Guidon GrilL Seated (left) Mrs. Pauline -

thought possibly the sound i strayed out upon the scene and' Troop 164, also of Gainesville, was I I in the DeWitt C. Jones Chape]l flounced yesterday that he has I The high hurdle shuttle relay: Torode, county chairman, and Mrs. Marjorie Bates, field represen-

might have come from the water .she confidently assured the youththat 1 I,cited for best attendance and all' j Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock: purchased the Shull building or I team composed of Richard Hen- I I I tatUe, map plans for raising Bradford's quota of $600 in the drive
Bishop William F. Boxx offiiciating. -
I Temple
pump and just to make sure she i she could hit "that speck in'Ii!around: performance. Interment follow ir Avenue for $7,500. demon Townsend Strickland, Albert i which began April I. Standing are ((1 to r) Miss Dorothy Ross chap-
I At ..
turned the tap on and soon reas- i the cat's eye". He must have be- After the court adjourned, memo" the Lak present $ne half of the building Newman, and Robert Humph ter secretary; Mrs. T. J. Alderman, campaign chairman; Mrs family plot in Crosby houses
The Washeteria. I
sured herself that this was not lieved her, for he remained gluedto 1 I bers and guests were invited t(I1 I Th! I ries came in fourth. Roberts ro-chainnan; and George Kopelousos, chapter treasurer.
the source of the racket. the spot in front of the garage. :the Troop 70 Scout hut for refresh other half of the building had beer I The 850-yard relay team of i

Mrs. Flynn had just been released Police Chief W. E. Thornton and I men s. used by the Shull Plumbing Company Reddish, Ferguson, Strickland, and .

from the hospital a few : Patrolman Brown arrived on thescene :4-H Rally Day I' which vacated the locatioi.1 Henderson also came in fourth. Jan Mundorff Becomes Eagle Scout

I !April 1.McGriff
davs before, following an attackof I about 6 o'clock and took ji; ,Franklin Nazworth I The sprint medley team of Reddish -

lobar pneumonia, and was ex-' charge of the man who gave his I ''To Appear Soon Well Attended i Ferguson, Martin, and Moore

tremely nervous. She summonedher name as J. D. Kellum and his .1 I Appliances picked up another fourth place.

home as Newnan, Ga. He was With Toby Dowdy TV, Valuable experience was gained
sister, who was visiting her I | | "Working Together for World Moves Into New !
from Mobile. Ala., and together |i locked up in the county jail, where i I well demonstrated 'I IeIIUnderstanding" I by the boys by entering this meet,

they stood watch at the window. |the remains, awaiting trial at the II Franklin Nazworth talentyoung : when 120 was 4-H and Call Street LocationThe | and the relay teams lowered their
I girls
After brewing a pot of coffeeto next term of circuit court. son of Mr. and Mrs W. 1. I times considerably in this meet
I ,boys and their guests from over : local firm of G. J. McGrif f
Nazworth I
I of Starke. will
"settle" her nerves Mrs. Flvnn Sheriff P. D. Reddish said yesterday \ appea r compared to their times just a
the show WMBRi ,. the county attended a 4-H Rally Appliance took a big step thi s
decided to go on the offensive : that a search of Kellum'ssocket's 5 :,on Toby Dowdy I I week before.
the USO. r
TV, night, 6, fro Day last Saturday at week when they moved from 14 J
She cot an automatic .38 pistol. revealed a pair of wire Tuesday April n The Tornadoes' next regulai

stood at the window and called cutters, with handles that hacbeen 1 I 7 to 7:30: o'clock. The program, featuring "Fun'I West Call Street to a splendid ne\*'': meet will be a tri-meet with Lake t {t,
Franklin has won awards i n and Play the 4-H Way", was car- location Call Street at Walnut. I
wrapped with tape, appartly City and Gainesville High in
out again: "Come out of that ,
garage". "\ to avoid shock while meddling several( local amatuer shows, sing r. 1 ried out by the older girls under The formal opening will be Saturday .- I,i Gainesville on Friday. April 9

his [lsupervision of Miss Dorothy Ross, April 3. from 8:30 ''
with auto wires. Also fount ing to own guitar accompanwent. air i
The intruder Po yflung man with
,, "" I home demonstration agent. Mem- until 8 o.m. Refreshments wi" r.Ii .
bushy hair t:jft. a swarthy com-j on his person were two "keyhole" Democrats
t bers and guests were greeted and served Young
flashlights, one inscribed with th r' xion. CAme out with his handsin
Convention registered at the door by Mary inspect the tore and see th 6 -
his pockets. I name of D. L. Waters, and thret Sing I'
and Patricia Pellumf To Meet Monday
r'Henderson line of 1954 I
"Put your hands in th. air and different brands of cigarettes. I The Bradford-Union Singin,< new appliances. R {
!> Marilyn Cox served as master of j jj McGriff has been GE deale
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keen: them there or I'll drill you!" j Although he assured Mrs. Flyni 111 I Convention will meet Sunda a
Mr Flynn ordered in the best I; that he was not trying to steher .1'Apnl 4. at 2 p.m. at the Pine LevI el j ceremonies and games were led by! for eight years, five of them at''' Election of officers and a visit ,,

wild west movie tradition "Don't car the wires on the auto :I Church on the Lake Butter Roac|I. Pat Hobbs and Elissa Stefanelli- ,the old location. from Mrs. Nelson Blocker ot Tale '

think I can't shoot this thing be- been cut in an apparent effori t Everyone interested in gosp>j The dress revue was narrated byi I Design of the interior of th lahassee. State Vice President 01

cause I've trained myself for my (Continued on cage 101, singing ,- urged n> attend Marilyn Cox. Helen Kelly. Alice j new store was done by his so the Young Democratic Clubs of
Faye Newman and Elizabeth Prevatt >,Patrick T. McGriff, who graduate nd, Florida, will feature the regular JAN MUNDORFFS Eagle Scout emblem is pinned on by his mother,

i r were ;;; nth;girls helping last August from the Universit;:y meeting of the Young Democratic: .Mrs. R. E. Mundorff at the Soy Scout Court of Honor held here March

fn ke.n the program running I of Florida with the degree o f dub of Bradford County in the 25. Interested onlookers are Scoutmaster Hang Green (left) and Jan's

Keystone smoothly.A I Bachelor of Design (BDES). Thus;i American Legion home Monday father Ronnie Mundorff.

t feature of the program was aj j Pat had an opportunity to displa;:v'day night at 7:30: o'clock"t

demonstration by' Ginger A. J. Thomas, Jr., president of
team his talent family no
on a project
lions Tones and Marilyn Cox on con- only on laying out the job. but ii n the county group said that Mrs. 4-H Club Girls Receive Awards
Blocker will explain the relatIOnship -
structmg; a knock-down reading the actual work. Pat is going in

'!lamp for better lighting. j to the Air Force in May as ;i? between the individual Young
Clubs presenting skits included, second' lieutenant. Democratic Clubs and the state organization -

Give City Brooker girls who did the Bunny He mixed the colors used in th and will advise thee

Hop: Lawtey members sang "Tell ;decoration scheme himself, an prod-
,cure its charter for 1954. Mrse
Me Why": and the Starke 7th: of th
the benefit
they are, for Blocker will also discuss the prod -
." de and acted out "The '
.1 sang curious called cocoa, malt, an grams of the organization and will'
? frta *-H Clover" song. Maureen Sim-
lightingSystem sea foam. give details of the state con\en-
n ens recited and enacted "Little
I The job of decorating the stor e'tion to be held in Tampa this
B<> Peep".adults
with the was by no means done oy his:n
helping pro-
r- All registered voters of Starke
? 1<' am were Mrs. 'E. L. Cox president alone, for his brother G. J. (Mac 1 and Bradford County are rordiai.\l

of the Home Demonstration McGnff. Jr and Joseph Warred n invited to attend this meetmg-

County Council, and Miss Dorothy a large part of the work.

For Park 11R'JThe Ai ,arez. Lee Harris. manager. invites a:11 Juvenile Offender I

Two ScholarshipsAre to come in and see the new stor J. Off To Marianna I
MAYOR LES BEASLEY of Keystone Heights throws master switih I

Lions Club of Keystone to rut m floodlights presented to the town last Friday night b>' Keystone Available Cpl. James Sasser A juvenile delinquent. who has 1

Heights presented the town with a Lions Club. Jim MtKa>' l't'Ilterl. chairman of the lighting been involved in several recent i.I

new floodlight system for the municipal project, and Roy H. Browning, president of the Keystone Lions, look Bradford County School Super- Leaving Japan serious offenses was committed to 4 i ii
intendent H P. Morgan announces 1 i if
the Florida Industrial School by i.
playground-park last Friday !i 4111. At right, Major Beasley tosses out first ball in first game to be ( f
that examinations for two Mr and Mrs. James Sasser. wh Juvenile Court Judge Theron A
rught. (I I played under the new lights. \
general scholarships for preparation live at the county jail where J i II n[ :Yawn in a hearing held Thursday I
President Roy H. Browning of for teachers will be held April
I. is the jailor, have had word fron n[ of last week. The youth was turn- 1
the Lions made the presentationand board and other recreation, even As part of the dedication of the 13 at 8:30 a.m. at Bradford High i .

Mayor Les Beasley pulled the II after dark. This is part of the lighting system the Lions and Rotary School. The scholarships are their son Corp. Raymond Sassei:, ,ed over to authorities at Manan-, AWARD WINNERS for 4-H projects carried out last year are pictured -

main switch which turned the civic improvement plan that the Clubs played a softball game awarded by the state legislature, : regular army, that he will be leaving '- ,na yesterday. : above at Rally Day last aturda). Front row (l to n) Patricia Pel-

lights on for the first time, mak- Lions Club has undertaken to under the new floods. Although the and are open to all who have completed Japan, where he has been stationed ,- : Another delinquent youth waso turn, Food Reparation; Marirn Cox, Leadership; Janice Cheshier.
available the use of the town's make Keystone Heights a 2S-8 will i, 1
pleasant score
ing [ was a lopsided victory or shortly complete
on April 5 and expects t placed on probation, with the hope Home Improvement row: Willow Hammond Food Preparation,
recreation facilities at night. place to live in and a logical stopI I for the Lions the crowd enjoyed high school '
25. that he be rehabilitated and Miss Dorothy Ross, demonstration Katherine Harrell, who'e'h.t'd
be by agent.
home about
Visitors and residents of Key- :ping place for tourists and \'aeaI''it so much that the two service One scholarship will be awardedto April may

stone Heights and vicinity can now I tionists seeking a healthful attracclubs are already planning a re- a white contestant and one to The Sassers have not seen Raymond '- placing him in a private home in << the Farm and Home Electric award, was not present when

enpy softball tennis, shuffle- 'tive retirement home. turn engag ment. a colored one. in over two years. another county photo was made.

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I 1A EDITOR i. r Report "


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Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida under I -i: ;: ''

the Art of March 3, 1879. I I'I.
I by BILLY \
As a member of the House I 1
Judge Patten Well/ Qualified For Post He SeeksIn mittee on Veterans Affairs, I :' ei
will be interested to know of

the heat of the colorful race for the Governorship of Florida other phases of the I important things that our I| .

forthcoming election on May 4 are apt to be overlooked by the vast majority of voters. mittee did this past week. j ::: a !{p1tlti
The fact remains, however, that there are other highly important posts to be filled next first item directly concerns II ::::
veterans of the 8th
month. High on the priority list in importance is the naming of a Judge for the Eighth District. For many years we I

Judicial Circuit the position formerly occupied by the late A. Z. Adkins. been trying to get a

I I It is hard to imagine any position that is more important.Suggeston. chiatric hospital located Prices Good Thru Sat April 3
or that affects the lives of the people more directly than the Gainesville. Florida for our *
of Florida. Several i Cling
administration of justice through our courts. The court is erans i Calif.

When a person wants police the very foundation of all our freedoms and for that reason proposed ago President veterans Truman hospitals I No.2 Can

help he wants it In a hurry.If the utmost care and consideration should be given to the i the number that were to be I 23C
for reason at all, there
is a delay, that person it quite selection of the man who will "sit on the bench". In a very !land included in this number I
the Gainesville -
likely to be angry, and wantto large sense he has the power of life and death over us all. hospital. Early in February
know it is that he
why !
and if this power is not administered properly, the basic Administrator of Veterans ,
cannot tection. get prompt police pro- guarantees of freedoms are not worth the paper they're writ- fairs declared all 16 sites !I I Lb Bag
F 87C
As matters stand now a call which these hospitals were -
for the Starke police at number on.We built as excess to their needs, ;
23 reaches the police stationon feel that Judge George L. Patten, now serving the turned the sites over to the I
Walnut Street. Howe\er, if unexpired term of the late Judge Adkins, meets these high I al Services Administration I
Pack (Limit 1 with $5 Food Order!)
that fan,, a call is! placed at requirements. In the eleven months that he has served in disposition. Our Veterans I
number 20, Starke City HaIl, this capacity he has demonstrated his fairness and his !I I Committee studied these 16 I Lbs
or at 93, the sheriffh office. is suitability by temperament and qualifications to fill this II very carefully, and then S 5 39C
The sheriffs department
mously recommended that
high position. His decisions have never been reversed by the
well connected by means of a site for the hospital at
two-way radio stem betweenthe Supreme Court of Florida. and his judicial ability was recog- i
ville, Florida be retained.
sheriffs! office, the sheriffscars nized by the Supreme Court when he was recently called to passed a resolution asking Ext. Fancy Long Grain
jail. And with Division B in the of Justice Hobson who I
and the county serve place was Veterans Administration to
this system U tied in with a disqualified in several important cases being heard last I,on to the site for at least ] LbPkg 39C
radio hook-up in adjoining I
(.ounties.We February. years. I'm so glad that our
wonder if it would not Many factors enter into the making of a good Circuit I mittee took this action
be feasible to have the Starke Judge, and not the least of these is background. Here again !we desperately need a
police car equipped to receive Judge Patten, on the basis of his record of leadership in his |psychiatric hospital for our it- ,;:.::"=-:-::::: ::' : ;:,"-- =--' :_ '_ --___,'
argent messages: which could be profession seems imminently qualified for the position he i erans in Florida. !
transmitted through the existing I, The other action taken by
is filling and seeking re-election to. Self-Rising FAB-U-LOUS
: equipment at the county |I Committee was to '
; During his college career at the University of Florida, he I the House the extension of
ailTht'r. base been instancesone was elected vice president of the Florida Student Body and (Direct Loan Program for our
( very recent)+ when it has was also vice president of the Junior Class. Membership in |erans. The House passed this

taken up to an hour to locate the Florida Blue Key. honorary leadership fraternity,. was I __ i I F FAR
the police, simply because the also his After practicing law in Starke from 1933 to 1936, j' .. i I I
latrolmen were cruising about he become executive secretary of the Florida Railroad and I:
thE: city. That is exactly what I
they should be doing, of course, Public Utilities Commission: and served in that capacity until :,
for to have police stationed 1945. He resumed private practice here in that year and : 49C Lge Pkg 21C
only at onlv. incite criminal aeth'itat- Commissioners county prosecuting attorney and attorneyfor
other unprotected places in the and other in the
the City of Starke municipalities county. :
city. :: :.::;;.' :', -+:' 7
He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Florida : :
We do not pretend to understand Let
all the problems in\ol\ed League of Municipalities and was fourth in line of successionto 'I -.---- -

in providing a city and county the presidency of that organization at the time of his ap- j\ ," ,,,,, __ _
:: >" """:!-": --i-"', :: ;" ;",_,; ,, _, oo :""-.: "': :J';; '' ; _,;.-- -. -- ;
with ample protection, and' we pointment as Circuit Judge. HAIL
are fairly sure that this condition Although campaigns for judgeships make few headlines I,
is one which has received I "A" Fla. Ga. Dressed and Drawn
attention from the
goes without saying, however certainly deserve the careful attention of all qualified electors.We i I

that Improvements cost have only to read our newspapers and magazines to learn i NEW AND
money, and all taxpayers want
more protection or better facilities what a mockery courts can become, and HAVE become. in I

but they do not (under- some countries less blessed than our own. Although such i Hail and

taxes.itandablj) want any higher things seem far away, indeed from our own beloved country I Live Stock

It may be, however, that the today, nevertheless it is important to make every effort to Fire I I
costs In this instance would be keep our courts in the hands of men who will administer jus- -
relatively moderate in view of
the advantages offered. And it tice fairly and impartially. We believe we have such a man is I Air-Craft

would be money well spent if Judge Patten and that the voters of the Eighth Judicial Cir- ,1'p

It meant quicker police action insinu cuit will do well to keep him in the position to which he was i, CUT-UP

emergency. appointed last May. |I i 39C LB. 43 C

fMM Every Branch of
Voters Oppose Turnpike/ Poll ShowsThose

I I i
candidates who are tempted to play politics with t

the red hot Turnpike issue might do well to ponder the latest i

release of Joe Abram's "Florida Political Survey and Poll". I Eat-Rite Beef

Mr. Abrams claims a high degree of accuracy in forecast- I H. C. WALL ( Lb

ing the outcome of elections and the feeling of the public on i j ROAST __ 39C
vital issues of statewide interest. 1| Please Phone

According to his latest release sixty-six per cent of the '

voters of Florida favor four-laning present main highways Constant

rather than the construction of toll turnpikes. Only thirty'per Eat-Rite Beef ,

THIS UEKK'S: ORCHID cent of the voters polled favored toll roads, while four ,

GOES TO: per cent were listed as undecided'In Lb
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Mrs. E. J. Flynn, who >set an commenting on the poll results, Abram said : "The
example: of courage and forti- big majority of voters returning ballots definitely want four- '
tude for her sex by holding an
lane paved roads as major highways in Florida. Notations
for almost an
intruder at bay
hour until police could be sum on the ballots claimed that many tourist towns. especially on i The Saw "Best-Val" j
moned. Many less braI'r- the East Coast. would be saved financially by a four-laning ,
sons would have let the culpritgo program. Over a billion dollars is invested along the East )-j,.,_F. ,-iii..;,.,', > ,-'
in order to take the easy Coast to entertain. feed and house tourists. If a turnpike is BACON 69C
way out but that wouldn'tbe built and the four-laning program eliminated many feel this
the way to bring such cases ,"
would cause these investments to drop in value .
to justice We feel that Mrs. ,
The Abram poll seems quite significant and is deservingof ,
Fl deserves the thanks of
the)nn community for her handlingof careful study by candidates dffering themselves for : <'T,,..-,-."".... "'f.oo ."..'...."_",-,...,,,_-_.'._..-.-,.."''.,'_;;_-''''=-'4=:'-'). -_ ?" --..- .,,',.'-'.'-_-'-'--#"'_, -,. ,_'__-::"-_"-:,_' _- ,_ __ _-.-_._.

this incident. political office. So much notice has been created by the I-
(Note: each week the Telegraph powerful interests in Jacksonville and Miami, seeking the

will award an Editorial turnpike, that the opinion of the vast majority of "little" Maine
Orchid to deserving
some per Floridians is frequently overlooked, because they have no
son.! We will appreciate! )our
suggestion- in bringing worthy means of making themselves heard. Fortunately the Abram S 10 -- 23C
incidents tu our attention.) poll has provided them with that means, and they are making :
themselves heard in no unmistakable terms.

TTTTTYTYYY TYYTTYTYYTYYT* been spending the winter in Key-!; was right impolite for a visiting
stone, will leave on :Monday for dog to bite a resident. Lb Bag
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Keystone Heights their home in Oklahoma City. I' C. S. Burton who moved some
time ago to North Carolina has This great Model
Rev. B. Weld crossing .
bereturned to Keystone Heights and of experience in the .
by Mrs. Sara McDonaldu.uu.u..uALAAA street a few days ago passed
WIll reopen hIS garage. It's the PLUS saw
hind a parked car with a trailer Quick-Frozen
.. features in design

The Keystone Heights Woman's trailer attached sprang when a at dog him tied and to the bit THE RIGHT-POINT for the In the Model 99 S B RRIES I E S 5 Cans 99C 'I

i 'ul> met Tuesday of last week ;: him on the ankle The wound was way you write. Come In and sec sensational light
the lest favorite ESTEKBKOOh speed in
T ''i A covered dish luncheon at i painful but not dangerous as jour sawing e\'er
.> o'clock Following routine dog had had rabies shots The Fountain 1'en. Only $2.37 at It features I
h ,"IIWS.! the club heard an ad- car had a Virginia license It BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- and increase work

1-s.s bv, Mrs. Marian Howe, sec- automatic clutch,
i"taiof the Chamber of Com- bility features for Cans
Tomato and Plants
j.. ,"Nominations-, e of Starke.were made for Fruit Trees -Pepper Azaleas & Camelias important The combination impro\ E J JUICE 1 0 99C I

n, ,\ officers for next year. TneyM adds to the potential \
> !! be elected it the meeting on -- -
of this
great ,
J!::11!mike II 27 recommendations A committee was for electedT the Flower Seed Felling bucking, :: J c 1t:,= :':' ',-_ .- __ -, :_ :': '. <

cinch with this
r'n ision of the by-laws. Since OFFER SUPERBRAND
i vie are five Tuesdays in March Gro-Tone Magic Bloom Hy Gro from McCulloch- Frozen
tilt'rt'ill be no meeting of the
Plant Foods saws.Other
The next meets models
rub next Tuesday.
will be April 13. This will be the sensational 4.30 Pot Pies EGGS S

1:00: p. m. PLANTS: Larkspur, Petunias, Carnations Prices start at $ )( "

On April 8 the club will hold a Sales parts and OF 69c AND
nner in the club house from 6 SEED: All Kinds Garden and Field drills and fire ONE FREE! Gr. 'A' Doz
'n !8 p. m. Tickets are $1.25 and I
run be obtained from club mem- 54C

b. :\.>\" B. Nee was taken to a hos-. SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORECall FLORIDA I 3 for 69c I Large.'I!

v 'atn: Jacksonville on Monday ..iq ;';: :,;:;'.-- '--'_ '
__ _' ,, /
r -. reported quite ill. St Phone 39 Starke Fla. 2727 X. W 6th -- s

\' and M:> Crane. who hirer __ _A mt '1- _"" -!. __' __ _= __ _- -t- __-,

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t.yyyy.yyynyyyyyVUnyy of the Woman's Missionary Socie- I Mrs. Rascoe Parrish, and Mrs. ?TTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTT Burt .LancasterIn !i fYTTYTTYTTYYYYYYYVYYYYYYl i iI I i and: children of Jacksonville- "well" represented at the Rally Da\ \!
ty of the Brooker Baptist Churchwas i I Brady Kerce. all of Palatka. Those ted relatives here last weekend. <' in Staike Saturday. About IS ot;
held Wednesday at the (I attending from Lake Butler were PINE LEVELby ( Adventure Tale I HEILBRONN Fred Johnson spent Monday and
our boys and girls attended.The It
Church with Miss Lubedia Pin- 'Mr. and :Mrs. Leon Parrish. Mr. Coming To Florida"His !' Tuesday with the Ancel Normans ,
"holster acting as program chair- I and Mrs. Olen Parrish of Dukes WMV will hold its regular -
Jr.iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I Mrs. II. :SI. MeliaelaaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaal.: B Mrs. Mrs. Mandy Forsyth of Lakr !
Wait Anrel
Polly man. The themes were 'A Sinful ::and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Elexson. Majesty O'Keefe", a fabu- > Butler sister-in-law of Mrs. W meeting Friday night at :ht 4

,I World" and "A Sufficient Savior." also of Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. lous sea eaptam ot" some years C. Clemons. is seriously ill. ,hun h All ladies, are invited to i
The program topic was "Lift- G. W. Parrish and children, Mr ago who was crowned king by a
Birthday Reunion I. We are glad to that Mrs. Stork Shower The Heilbronn 4-H Club was: attend =
I ing America's Morals." Miss Pin- ;and Mrs. J. W. Eddy and son, Mr. report primitive Pacific tribe, is the
The birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall has returned home'' of I The home of Mrs. Eldon Sapp. 6 6ar 6t i
Mrs. 'subject
holster gave the devotional. Those and Howard Redding, all of the new film starring
W M. Lawhon were celebrated at ''after spending two weeks in the was the scene of a lovely stork |
Burt Lancaster
taking part on the program were Providence. Others who attended : at the Florida
then home afternoon. I ,Glendale Hospital Palatka. Her' :
Sunday :\ rs. Melba Green, Mrs. R: F. were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards ,I Theatre this Sunday and Monday. I shower last Saturday evening I
Mrs Lawhon 81 Mr. Law- I i sister, Mrs. Zara Mitchell, i ii Mrs.
and was Lavon
is Gano, Mrs. Grace Barry :Mr!. ,,! of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1 I Filmed in technicolor entirely'on !honoring Crosby.
hon 79.The 1' W. T. Blair, and Mrs. J. W. Thom- M. Chambers and son of Jacksonville i with her during her illness and :' location in the Fiji Islands, Games were played after which
relatives who attended as. I I Ii I and Mrs. Lizzie Green. i accompanied her home. Her daugh- '' the story tells of David O'Keefe: ( the hostess: assisted by other co-

were: Mrs. Zada DuBose, Wanda i i i The next business meeting of i I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Croft and 1 ter Mrs. J. E. Murrhee of Hilli- i I a rugged soldier of fortune, who f hostesses, served a salad course

Edenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Lee| the WMS will be held in the children Sarah and Jimmy of ard was at the Hall home to finds himself in the South Season The honoree received many lovely OUR GOVERNOR
i iI
Green J. H. Green, Mrs. Selma I greet her mother on her return. ;':gifts.
McMinville, Tenn.
i church on April 3. j i spent last week a mission of adventure.
Davis and daughter, and :Mr. and iI I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of I Ii 1 I Gerald Norman had the mis-
i 1'er+ona1' I visiting :Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards When Captain O'Keefe is slf.p-
Mrs. Toby Sherouse and family, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby : of Worthington Springsand i( Lake City visited the B. M. Mc- .i i wrecked and cast upon a Pacific 'fortune to break his arm while
all of Gainesville. 1 i j Raes last Friday night. Mrs. i I playing at school last Friday. $11 I need ,help I please"Because I
are visiting :Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. i Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton.Mr. : Island it starts a series of ad- I your ,
Those from Jacksonville who:i,Thomas and family. I I and Mrs. Earl Powell of Dobbs stayed overnight and ac- !: ventures that include a search | Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gillyard of
attended the occasion were Mr. Mrs. I.. L. Dyal and son Laverne i Palmetto spent last weekend with companied her sister. Mrs. Me- :'!beautiful halfcaste maiden fights .Orange City visited relatives here
and Mrs. Russell Stewart and went to Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton.Mr. |Rae and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. '' with looting mutineers from ;| Sunday. i I am determined not to

children, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dyal's daughter Jackie Dyal and !, and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton i Thornton, to Orlando Saturday another ship native uprisings and ;, Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman { let the campaign for Governor interfere I
and daughter Mrs. Bertha Anderson. I i jfor a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.
roommate Jeanette Brownlee returned honored their sons James and romantic ceremonies.How and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy'
Rev. and Mrs. J. Fred Green home with them for the 'Thomas on their 22nd birthdaywith !| H. Groover. They also visited the handsome captain. with my official duties, I will
and sons, Mrs. Bessie Brannen, ,weekend. I' a buffet luncheon. !j II friends at the State Sanitorium. played by Lancaster cuts a path Norman Ji visited their mother, have for less time to visit with you
Mrs. Lillian Brannen and children, I Mr. and :Mrs. Bishop Thomas I Mrs. Fredia Xoiman. Sunday.
of Gainesville Mrs. Beard has to visit
I Henry i iI gone ,. through all this ultimately be- than my opponents. I need your
Mrs. Ida Rahn, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- I and children of Brooker visited I Mr. and :Mrs
I wfes the weekend guest of Mr. her daughter, Mrs. Fletcher, in ing crowned king by a grateful Barney Eggersrmlm and active Please work
Cormick, and Mrs. Anna Lou :and Mrs. G. W. Davis. I Clewiston. I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday. people, makes for one of the most help support.

Yawn. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghmanand I' Mary Lee Batten has gone to I Miss Elizabeth Jackson of Starke unusual romantic sagas based in with me to elect me Governor and

Others who attended were: Mr. children were guests of Mr. the Baptist Children's Home in spent the weekend with Miss part on historical fact ever put give me a fair chance to finish the

and Mrs. Hendry and children, and Mrs. G. W. Davis recently.Mr. I:Lakeland to live. Shirley McRae. on film. Tessa Prendergast, Ja All-Florida program I have started. I
Mrs. Blancett H ndry, and Mrs. : and Mrs. Pasco Mott and i :M7. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen and Sunday afternoon H. H. Lewis maica-born dancer providesthe

Thelma Inez Nebee all of Baldwin children of Gainesville visited Mr. Ii I daughter, Jeanne Marcella, were visited his brother, Elam Lewis heart interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd of Mott and Mr. Mrs. who is ill at his home east of
; Roy i and Mrs. S. M. I guests of :Mr. and Aubrey For
Sulfur Doc Anderson of LaCrosse and :Mrs. G. W. Davis Sunday' Hazen and Mrs. E. M. Hazen Sun- ,Starke.A jr'umf )Jot" Ctt'gt W Cin Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Parrish and afternoon. I day. surprise double birthday Jungle SafariIs Crops & Livestock $1.. .mgr arrogtr State impi'jn' TKOSUCW

son and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wig- G. W. Davis was on business in 1 1i .. Cherry Beth Gano of St. Au- party was enjoyed at the home i ( Central ThemeOf 8Gainesville

gins of New River, Mr. and Mrs. I(i Starke and Lake puller Saturday... gustine spent last week with her of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae TheatreGlenn (hrr 'r .' AtfifiVOTE l""fIIl,
William Cone and baby and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tuesday night of last week irt Park Production
Clara Cone of Baldwin, Mrs. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 'Gano. honor of Mrs. Fred Haialop: ana Foid and Ann Sheridanare Credit Association
Lordia Holland of St. Petersburg, Chambers of Jacksonville were : Ralph Sears and Bennie Nichols Joe E. Starling of Starke. A happy paired for the first time in 620 N. :Main St.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Anderson and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. lof Cassadaga. N. Y. spent Sunday: hour was spent with music I!"Appointment in Honduras", a Gainesville, Florida
children and Mrs. Leonia Brown W. Hodges.Mr. I:and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. I and singing. with Mrs. V. E'I tense drama of unbridled passionsin I

of. South Florida. and Mrs. Rosa and Mrs. E. W. Hodges had I JH. W. Wait. Mr. Sears and Mr: Thornton at the piano after which the Central American wilderness -
_., ..
Pinholster Mr. and Mrs. R. H. as dinner guests Sunday: Mr. and Nichols!! are enroute to their home refreshments were served and the i' playing at the Park Theatre -- --- =- -= -

Green and family and Mrs. Lu- Mrs. Robert Green and son, Leo, in Cassadaga after a three-month presents opened. this Sunday and Monday. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
cille Hazen of Brooker. I' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Parrish !'stay at their winter home in Ford portrays the American
toes as big as her head. He is
\\') S MeetingThe 'Miami. leader of a strangely assorted
Mr. and Mrs. Holland i
I and son I planning to specialize in big tomatoes GEORGE L PATTENOF
monthly i Carol Cox of Gainesville was I jungle safari made up of a disdainful -
program Hall, Mrs. James :Mann, Mr. and I this year.
:the weekend guest of Susie Wait. beauty her treacherous
Mrs. Joe Green and Mr. I All these visitors inquired about l STARKE
I family i Mrs. L. L. Dyal and children I husband, and a quartet of killers.In .
and Mrs. Harold Dukes and son : Laverne and Jackie and Jeanette I skunks, wanting to know if we've ', addition to greed deceit murder l CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED HIMSELF AS
I Brownlee of Orlando visited the I any more trouble lately. They and villainy which engulf the

Stephen Foster Memorial Sunday.Mr. !said folks as far away as Lake I party as they cut a painful path k?g ZY CIRCUIT JUDGEEIGHTH

and Mrs. Roy McDavid of City had laughed at our skunk '!through difficult jungle terrame.
4 ff stories. I told them I fortunate
) I was -
Gainesville were Sunday afternoon the six men and one woman bat-
('guests of the L. L. Dyals. I in a way because I haven't i tie such visual perils as fire, hur- ,
been able to smell for about 18 Judge Patten. graduate of the University of Flori-
Weekend guests of Mr. sand I '! ricane, tiger, fish, man-eating ants. I a
'MAtt the letter Mart. Then from Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. were Mr. I years, and there are times whenI | black clouds of hornets. a stalk- da College of Law. is 44 years of ageHe is married to

all over the free world come such I; and Mrs. J. L. Whittle and son am glad of it. (I ing puma and pursuing enenuj the former Mary Canova of Starke and they have one

comment a. these from reader I r Ricky of Jacksonville.Sgt. I We have some wonderful neighbors i j soldiers. son. He is a Baptist. Mason and Rotarian.
etCHARLEY MONITOR an international daily Teddy Bigham of the U. I and all offered their services r i I Zachary Scott portrays Mis* Judge Patten is filling (the unexpired term of the late

I newspaper: S. Marine Recruiting Station, I during the illness and death of I l Sheridan's' husband a weakling Judge A. Z. Adkins and i it- now seeking a full term as

"The Monitor it must read- I Florerfe, S. C., was visiting Mr. I, my mother. Although there was !I I who is eaten by heat and hate. your Circuit Judge.

I I I ing for straight-thinking and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and his nothing anyone could do, we do
r people. .* : parents in Lakeland this week- (I'appreciate their kindness. We YOU'LL LOVE tne new 5ster- Your Vote And Support 'Will Re Appreciated
brook purse-size fountain inpastel
"I returned to school after a 1 L Patten, Treatiurer'EASTER
feel 2
that each will be George Campaign
end.Mrs. richly re
shades. Only S2.37 at BradFORD '
lapse of 18 years. I mill fet I Rosa Mae Wagner was
E. JOHNS & SON my degree from the college, honored this week with a luncheon warded. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. -, __,-... _L -
but education I .
my comet .
jrom the Monitor. ." given by Mrs. Charles Roberson.The
about this question motif used.
I __ Mexican was
"The Monitor gives me ideas n '
for my U'ork. ." Those attending were Mrs. W. E.
It $120 crash when the I Mrs. Hewlett Anderson'
was a / truly enjoy it com Bigham
lamp fell against our picture pany. .* I Mrs. Albertus Miller and Mrs : comes to

window. Knowing how easilyit You, too, will find the Monitor\ 'Rosa Mae Wagner. KOCH'Sr
informative, with complete world
broke, don't.. want to risk news. You will discover a constructive I TTTTTTTfVVTTTTTTTVTTTTTtLONG
viewpoint in every newt
any more hard-earned cash.. &tory.I 1
Do you insure plate glass or !1 Use the coupon below for a tpe- I BRANCHby

thermopane windows against ) cial Introductory subscription :
I 3 months for only S3.i : :Mrs. J. Strickland
such breakage? i' .---......-."................. anti Jimmy' Lang
Tht Chrnlun Scvwc Monitor
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I ; !. The Clirli.. SCICBC. )J..II.... \\instead Celt
Charley E. Johns :* i....... J taclLs.. .
I Sadness has come. to us again '
and our mother has gone to the 4 I &
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home that is prepared for her _
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& Son AgencyPhone I a i! when she leaves this life. She left

(oddray) us last Saturday evening at 6:10
I and is sleeping the long, peaceful

13 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I sleep .that we all must sleep until
f I (...t) (Holt)
j She went
FB-1Z called at the last day.

:peacefully, just slept her last
t ,.- -" "-, ,
t | hours away. We are glad she can .

1)) Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced be at rest after suffering so long

and so severely. Of course, we
!i' SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR hate to give her up, but we knowwe

will see her and know her in.
._ the world to come, so why worry E
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Mother was almost 81 years ,
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---- born April 13, 1873. She I
i r being One of Koch's Many Easter Counter Displays See Koclis Windows for Gift Suggestions
I has made her home with us mostof I
Red Seal Electric & Machine Shop the time since her unfortunate I III

I fall in October 1949. She and Dad |
F. W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager II both spent their last days with IUJ. ] No Wonder The Easter Bunny Looks So Happy He's Letting Koch's Solve All His Easter Gift Prob-

i iI
106 Washington. Phone. 397 Starke, Fla. I Katheryn Winstead and Charles I II lems. This Year, As Always, Koch's Has A Fabulous Collection Of Gift Items For Every Member Of The

A I Edgar Belt were married Aug. !
15 1890 at Dayton, Ohio. They ;, Family. Bring Your Gift Selection Troubles To Us And We Will Be Glad To Help You Solve Them.

had five children, with three j
surviving: Mrs. Orlena Hewitt, i!;
SEVERALPOSITIONS Brattleboro, Vt., Mrs. J. L. Strick-i

land, Maxville, and W. H. Belt, I DELICIOUS 1 CHOCOLATE BUNNIES

Wakeland, Ohio. Surviving also
are 15 grandchildien and 19 great

:Mother had belonged to the

Rebecca Lodge and the American x h FRUIT-FILLED AND MUSICAL'
Legion Auxiliary. She had been a' t. ,

WOMENAges member of the Missionary Bap- ,
tist Church since a young woman :, j EGGS BUNNIES

nd was always trying to do .

something to help others. She will
Between 18 and 3d

places je remembered than this and little loved settlement in more Lovely 1 EASTER BASKETS Filled To Order

where she spent her last days.

Sewing Machine Operators Funeral services were conduc-

ted by Rev. T. M. Knight.Mr. .

and Mrs. Robert Hester friends and ,, We Make The.mup Each Basket Has A
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE his mother were calling on
39C $4.00
at Clay Hill Sunday afternoon.Mr. to
10th AND CHURCH STS. and Mrs. Howard Padgett As You Like Them : 'Different' Look

announce the birth of a son.
Jimmie Wilkinson arrived -, r

Big Dad Manufacturing Co. back at camp he was supposed l

to go to school, but returned ,
to the hospital instead- :

I Starke, Florida this time with kidney stones. He ALSO Colored Grass Odd Baskets And Easter
is out of the hospital now. Egg Dye Greeting CardsIt's

My sister. Mrs. Hewitt was
unable to attend mother's funeral'
Enjoyed a nice visit last week

from a group of folks from Pen
FOR COLORED MAN ney Farms who had come to the

school in the interest of a WCTU
Between 30 and 40 Years of Age program. They said they likedto

read my column and wantedto
1ii !&Gf

} Must Have References I brought meet them me, over.so Rev. Dibble I

i Sunday Mrs. Frow Buddington

BIG DAD MANUFACTURING CO. land her sisters from Middleburgcalled ana i
on us. She is coming back :

10th and Church Sts. Starke, Fla. about the middle of July as Jim
promised to show her some toma- 'I


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Birthday Dinner Sapp-Sieg MarriageIs Louise I Hawkins Carol Searing Dinner HonoringJim I{Open House Held j

For Mrs. DickinsonAt AnnouncedMr. !Weds L. R. StarlingIn Is Party Honoree Adkins jt t
Open house was held on Tuesday -
Theressa Home : and Mrs. A. M. Sieg of Michigan I rarol Searing was hostess to 15 I i it : of this week at the Snack r

I A birthday dinner was giveni Gainesville, former Starke resiI her friends Friday evening at aonthdav Bar owned and operated by Mr. !
i I dents, announce the marriage of party at her home on W. and Mrs. George Slinger. The ;
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
i, 'i their daughter Patricia Ann to P ''11+: -tieet, celebrating her ninth affair was held from 8 to 10 p m. I
I 11Irs.
J. A. Gnann of Theressa in }
I E. Leslie Sapp, son of Mr and i,aII1IIV'i ary.A' and a good-sized crowd attended.!
honor of Mrs. Gnann's mother !
Gladys MootyPhone I .Mrs. Ethan Sapp of New River ; Easter motif was carried t
:Mrs Delaney Dickinson. Eighty
35Browning '''The wedding was an event 01 "H"' h the party decorations and UDCVill MeetThe
friends and relatives were presenth
'''January 5. rer'rt--shments. I
.. ..P... ..., '", ,'lp :Mrs. Dickinson celebrate gamesplayed
##1 r..r. i Mr. Sapp is attending th- 1"i'II *v '" and prizes were won W. T. Weeks chapter. UP (
no '( i asion.
:, F. and Mrs. Sapp is working for o\ Tommy Andrews and Sheila C will meet Wednesday afternoon l
Jutfrom outside of the coin-
'the ,Agricultural Experiment Sta- Ka\ Westfall. at 3:30 o'clock at the homei i'
'jiiiin" '.\ ert' Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
i lion. The young couple reside! :ini .lol's( mother, Mrs. Earl] BSealing >: Mrs. Joe Wilson.tre ,
'..ex'" nd daughter, and Mr.
i Gainesville. !1 t tI ; was assisted in serving
ana \lVance Geiger of Jack- i .. .hments I
I i : by Burge Searing table was centered with\ a
sotiv-M. Mrs Fleet Collins and I :
''son Mt> Elsie Hall, and Mr. and ,!BaptistVMU Notice HM: Maxine Andrews. dutiful white birthday cake
I I ::IiI A mall drone; party waf given decorated with pInk roses green (
Mr <\ E Thompson, of Gainesville
I Circles of the First Baptist Fashion Show recently by Mr and Mrs. Gerald le-ve. and SO pink and white E
:Miss! Joyce Feagle, Alachua;
I Church WMU will meet Tuesday : Adkins of Hampton honoring MrAdkins' candles
MiS Mrs: Thornton Johns and children, I By Junior Club i iI
]i afternoon, April 6, at 3 o'clock aS i ,i father Jim Adkins un his I
I StfK. Mr and Mrs. Emory:|follows: II I ,On April 8th 80th birthday anniversary. Arrangements -
I ;
Brown and son and L. J. Wynn ofHampt
I No. 1 at the home of Mrs E. ,, of Easter lilies, snapdragon -
n Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lawson with Mrs. G. V Lee as I II I Ii a' The Spring and Summer Fashion and straw flowers were
Edd\ and children. Mr. and Mrs.
cohostess.No. i ? Show sponsored by the Jr.Wninan's used In decorating the horn, 1,1
L A -Jeiger. Mr. and Mrs. Maceo I F!
I 2 at the home of Mrs. Edna Club will be held Thursda Refreshments were served to TMEATRt (
Tison and children, Mrs. Minnie
Hutchinson. :> Apr. 8, at 8 o'clock in the guests in the dining room whereVTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTfTY STARKE FLA. ,
Harris and children, all of Waldo ,
I ; I No. 3 at the home of Mrs I club house. The theme, will be''
zit i i Mrs Ida Parrish and daughter, George Flynn.No. II 'Florida Weekend"ith models I
Weds Vita Mrs Louie Kahr and son, I rom Fri., Sat. April 2. 3
4 at the home of Mrs M F. tour stores, both men and f
;$ Jimmie of Earleton; Mrs. Robert I DOUBLE FEATURE
I L Hazen. women modeling traveling, sport,
Dodd and children, :Mr. and Mrs. I
J No. 5 at the home of Mrs. J. R I casual, street and formals. Local] Three of a Kind
Johnnie Hammond and son, Ches-
Taylor. Miss Louise I. Hawkins, daughter beauty parlors will be representedwith I
-" ter ot Keystone Heights, and Mr. Billy Gilbert anti Shemp Howard
Lieut. ....' The Doris Knight Circle will : of Mr. and Mrs Enoch Hawkins hair styles. Mrs. H. B. Peytonwill
\ and Mrs J R. Hall of Hastings. -AND-
meet Tuesday night, April 6, at of Dafter, Mich. and Lonzo narrate. Miss Debris Mc-

,.. 7:30: o'clock in the educational R. Starling, Jr of Camp Lucas Knight is chairman with Marilyn :, Ride The Man Down {

I' Beta Sigma Phi building with Mrs. Paul Ray- Mich., son of Mr. and Mrs. LonzoR. I(i I Roberts as co-cairman. Refresh- R d Cameron and Brian Doalevy

l Fashion ShowThe mond and Miss Wilma Alexanderas Starling of Starke, were unitedin I[ments will be served after' the '' ,Plus Serial "Jungle Raiders" Chap.

Dowst -i hostesses. marriage Saturday evening I show. i :No. 2 and Color Cartoon
.:. s'k
.. t
__ F Beta Sigma Phi sorority Feb. 20, at 7:30: o'clock in the : I!
'. win present a Spring Fashion KellyTomlinsonMr. Immanuel Lutheran Church. Rev. (Mrs Lewis HostessAt Sun., Men. Tue.
Paul W. Knickelbein ,
Show Thursday evening, April 15. performed I 't
at at 8 o'clock in the USO building.All and Mrs. Warren Kelley the'double ring ceremony before Home 1t April 4, 5.6

/ 3 L children and teen-agers, announce the engagement of their an altar decorated with pink and I Mrs. E. J. Lewis of Brooker entertained DOUBLE FEATURE

; ages 2 to 17, are invited to par- daughter, Shirley Jane, to Joe E. orchid gladioli. J at a dinner party recently i Appointment inHONDURAS
Marlene Materna,
the show and are organist I 1 I II
ticipate in honoring the birthdays of1
i. Tomlinson son of Mr. and Mrs.
asked to register in the U. S. O. played "Let us Ever Walk With I her daughters, Iva Mae Lewis of "
KeystoneMiss 'building Saturday morning at 10 Joe P. Tomlinson. Jesus." Mrs. Jaybe Sims, soloist, Orange Heights and grand-daugh ?e Ih Glenn Ford and Ann Shexdian

o''lock There will also be a practice I The wedding will be an event of sang "Take Thou My Hands and ter. Jean Endicott. r ANDMontana -
Leadeth Me", "Lord Who atCana's
session that morning. April.&rCt44bLtLV. Helping to celebrate the occasion 100' NYLON Territory
I Wedding Feast", and "The
were Allen Lewis of Brooksville
r r Lord's Prayer". 'Lon McCaliister, Wanda Hendrix
and Miss Lattice Marie Rucker ofLake SPORT SHIRTS
I Given in marriage by her father i Butler. Plus Color Cartoon for Kids

the bride chose a gown of Miss Iva Mae Lewis is now re- Only $ .99
white satin and net. Over the
siding in Orange Heights, where \ 'ed., Thur. April 78
strapless bodice, she wore a lace
is employed as a practical
Julia Genevieve Browning, 'bride, wore periwinkle lace over jacket with a Mandarin collar nurse.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy H.I I matching taffeta Her accessorieswere and long sleeves that tapered to TheSTAR SHANE .,

Browning of Keystone Heights of pale pink and hei corsageof This warm weather certainly: Monday night, all the way from points over the wrists. Her finger Homemakers Class Alan Ladd and Jean Arthur I

became the bride of Lt. ljg.i orchids. 1 has folks stirring around never I II Fairbanks Alaska Told her tip veil was trimmed with seed AND ----
Mrs. Dowst, mother of the that her daddy will be in Chicago pearls and was caught at a lace Met Thursday STORE
Roger Blackstone Dowst son of I(heard of so much moving hither I II !! I RING DOORBELLSAnne
She carried red i
blue around Easter and that cap. roses on a
Dowst of bridegroom wore a navy hopes
Mr. and Mrs. Loring
land I
First of all, the community -
I yon i
Furlong Pa., in a ceremony per- sheer gown with white accessories Shirley can meet him there for a white Bible with white satin The Homemakers Sunday School Gwynne and Robert Shayne
i is greeting Rev. Bob I Class of the First I
formed Tuesday March 23, at the i and an orchid corsage. visit Pvt. Carl Roberts Jr. streamers.Mrs. Baptist Church I II .
home of the bride's parents. Officiating Mrs. Arthur Browning, pater- Sommers and family, the new will be home this weekend from : LeRoy Benttine, matron of I met in the home of Mrs. Don I i iI
at the lovely 2:30 o'clock nal grandmother of the bride, occupants of the Methodist Par- Camp Chaffee, Ark. for several honor, sister of the bride, worea Patray Thursday evening at 7:30': ''

double ring ceremony was Dr. wore an imported beige lace gown sonage, who moved in Thursdayfrom weeks visit before shipping over- blue gown with a lace bodice I for their monthly party. Mrs. L. Meet

Adam J. Holl of Keystone Heights.As featuring three-quarter length St. Petersburg Inciden- seas Pfc Ronald Andrews left featuring a Mandarin collar and N. Pickering, teacher of the class.

the wedding guests assembled -I I sleeves with beige fox cuffs. Pale tajly, the ladies of the church have Wednesday morning from Jax by pearl buttons and a full length opened the meeting with prayer,

a program of nuptial music pink accessories and an orchid been busy as bees this week doing plane for California to await duty skirt of blue satin. She carried a I'after which an interesting program T. T.

was offered by Pro. Delbert Ster- corsage completed her outfit. the parsonage over; inside and out overseas the D. L. Thomases colonial bouquet of pale pink car- was given. At the close of Long

rett of Gainesville, who sang "Be- Following the ceremony a recep- I and everything certainly looks gave a barbecue Monday night for nations and pink satin ribbon. I the program games were playedand

cause" and "Yours Is My Heart tion was held in the Browning ,mighty nice Lucille and Ben Ronald and Ellouise, and Mr. and Ralph Carrasco of Camp Lucas refreshments served. The '. TOSCHOOL
Alone." The traditional wedding home on Lake Brooklyn. The Mizell moved to Jax from the Al- Mrs. Wesley Andrews were hostsat served as"best man. The ushers next party will be at the home of :, BOARD

overlaid with \ St., which dinner were Richard M. Park and Frank Mrs. Davis Gassett.
marches were used. bride's table was varez cottage on Bay a family party at
Miss Mary Jo Hayman of San-l I an heirloom lace cloth centered I was promptly occupied by the Barry's also honoring the newly- Waldrip of Camp Lucas. DISTRICT lKor
ford was maid of honor and worea with a three-tiered wedding cake. Tom Warrens The Joe Lambs weds Following the wedding, a re- Dorcas Class t r NA1I\E SOS B. H. S. GRADfATKMEMBER
pale blue lame dress with sheath I Flanking the cake were lighted have moved to Keystone, and Don- Robert Taylor, student at GMC, ception was held in the church Met TuesdayMrs. P. T 1.: -AMERICAS PRESIDENT! LEGIO BAD, PARENTSASSOCIATION ROTARY

skirt. Matching hat and slippersand white tapers in silver candela- I inis and Bill Epps moved into the Milledgeville, Ga. will be home recreation room. The bride's table :

a bouquet of pink carnations i bras. Completing the lovely setting Bay St. home formerly occupiedby for the weekend with his parents, held a three-tiered wedding cake Guy V. Lee called a special I, WILL MPI'ORT: Better :cool Building. Safer Tr.Mtlnn ,-, -
completed her costume. I were arrangements of white I the Lambs Bill and Marie the J. R. Taylors at Kingsley topped with a miniature bride and meeting of her First Baptist Qualified Trarhrr PUfcrouad Eqalpmrat Care
Ind of Dollar of Coat
Rrpair Building. More EdBratlon: Per
Ensign Maurice A. Caldwell of gladioli. I Tilley and family have moved in- Lake Hear he made the GMC groom. Red and white carnations Church Sunday School class at

Westerville, Ohio served as best I I The wedding cake was cut by to the Denmark house on Bay, Merit List for outstanding scho- balanced the centerpiece.The I the home of Mrs. J. O. Gay, Tuesday Don't Vote Short -- VOTE 'X' LONG

man, and Ensign Jason Smith of 'Mrs. Benjamin H. Rose and Mrs. I formerly occupied by the Epps lastic achievement Hear that couple will be at home at evening with ten members I

Jacksonville was usher. William J. Whitesides served Darrell Key and bride, Norma Lee, Woots Cains of Atlanta was visit- 422 Maple street, Sault Ste :Marie* present. The class adopted the

The bride selected for her wed- punch. The bride's book was kept 'have an apartment at the Mae ing old friends here a couple of Mich. name of Dorcas. The following

ding a lovely ballerina gown of by Mrs. Whitesides.The Edwards house on Cherry street i days last week Glad to know I ''officers were elected for the coming ANNOUNCING THE OPENING

white lace and tulle over taffeta. bride attended The Case-. Geraldine and Ovid Bennett II that Daisy Perryman's parakeethas \Birthdays ObservedAt year: Edna Wainwright, presi- I

Fashioned with a full skirt, it ments finishing school at Or- have moved into the Winkler been found Seems it just \VCTU Meeting I dent; Muriel Gay. vice president; : Of The

featured a bolero with Peter Pan mond Beach, and Lt. Dowst at- apartments, and the C. V. Ingle- I flew down out of a clear sky and I Collete Green. secretary; Juanita

collar. Long tight-fitting sleeves, tended Williston Academy and I, I rights have departed to a home ,landed on Beverly Jo Crosby'sarm i I The birthdays of two members-- I Harper treas.; Seletta Thomas. NANCY JANE SCHOOLolDANCE

tapered to points over the hands.A j i Randolph-Macon College at Ash- I they recently purchased on Rt. out at BHS athletic field 'Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, who, I social chr.; Margie Schaffer, sunshine -

cap of white taffeta leaves land, Va.Following. 100 The W. G. Seelys of tother day Leila Mundy reports -II passed her 86th anniversary, and: i chr.; and Kathleen Smith I

studded with seed pearls, com- a trip to the Virgin Kingston. Ga. are occupying the that any number of traysanp : Mrs. Mable Mersereau, whose anniversary [class reporter. ; Instruction In
pleted her costume. Her bouquetwas Islands. Lt. and Mrs. Dowst will i Ingleright house on Westmoreland dishes still at her house from' I

of gardenias and orchids. .go to their new home at Warrington -. Lastly, but not leastly the the luncheon given on March 5th I was a few days earlier-, Ballet Acrobatic
I' were at the WCTU Jr. Womans Club i Tap -
mother of the near Pensacola. .
Mrs. Browning Ralph Yarbrays and sons had no She'd be glad to return themto I
meeting Friday afternoon.
I sooner moved from the Brannen the rightful owners if she knewto Mrs. Florence Hipple, president,. j The April meeting of the Junior.Women's BOYS AND GIRLS --- 4 YEARS AND UP

Reception Planned Executive Board (house on Brownlee road into the whom they belonged Nice! presided over_the meeting in the, Club will be held Monday -i
I Pearce cottage on W. Madison to know that John H. Denmark,, : Classes Will
I Tabernacle annex. At the conclusion i Apr. 5, at 8 o'clock in the Begin
For New Pastor The executive board of th!i 1 than they had to make another who underwent an operation ir I of the business session members club house. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, I
t)' to Atlanta Oschner Clinic New Orleans i i'I' is 'I Monday April 5 2:30 P.M.
Starke Woman's Club will meet; emergency move : and guests were invited tc, I Jr. is chairman for the evening. --
Members of the 'I 'I'
I Thursday afternoon, Apr. 8, al t: Whew! Hope that gets everybody 'I'' recuperating satisfactorily and is' the rear of the auditorium where: A covered dish dinner will be I I

Church attend cordially the invite everyoneto in the 3:30: o'clock in the club house. : settled for a while back at his home in KeystonEHeights I|refreshments were served from a, |served after which games will be American Legion Hall
I i i We girls who know what a job ( played.
Methodist Recreation Building : bowl of Orchids to Mrs. W. H. Perkins, 'II beautifully appointed table, holding ,
j it is to mix a big potato 4
'!BPW NotIceMeeting I : two birthday cakes. Chairs,
Wednesday, Apr. 7, after Prayer with 'who celebrated her 79th
salad can certainly sympathy birthdayanniversary
I I ,for the two honor guests were
in honor of and to meet
The BPW club announces thai t: >Nelle Nollman Seems she I on March 29 Caro]!''I ma.rked1.ith white bows, emblem
the new pastor Rev. Robert D. I afternoon 9 March ,. ,
I most of one I Searing was on 26, O. P
it will not stage its annual fashior, i|of the WCTU and each was presented -
Sommer, and his family. I show this last week preparing a batch of Hutto had a birthday on the 25th. a small gift. FOR COOKING WATER HEATING: AND FOR
year. 1 iMrs. L. S. ;
:salad for the farewell covered Hutto on the 27th, and I ,

[ Tom and Barbara Shellie Hall will celebrate on
l' dish supper for April

:Mitchell She has some little 4th Hear that young Charles:Wesleyan; Guild PERFECT HOME HEAT THE MODERN WAY.

._ \ 'I i!spring onions that come up voluntarily -(Futch (son of the Merrill Futches y)> !Met Tuesday .
j every year in her yard and l was among a group of Tallahassee ,,

FOR OFFICEOR I thought a few of these would add j I high school songsters who went tc l The Wesleyan Service Guild met

: lust the right finishing_ touch to Chicago this week and were greeted at the home of Mrs. W. B. Sewell

NOMEIOUNTAIN her piece de resistance so she j i by three inches of snow i Tuesday night with 18 members

asked her obliging hubby. Herbert. j i i'to Bet they had fun! j present.

S go out and pull up a few |I It's farewell for a while to I The Worship Service was given

He promptly returned and handed \i Buckshot (Capt. F. M.\ and Jean- i by Mrs. :Martha Ervin, and Mrs a

her the "onions" which she cutup I! nette Williams and sons, who left i Sewell presided over the businessi

PIN and mixed into her big bowl Thursday for Otis AFB in Massachusetts i meeting. A report was given on

DESK SIT of salad Imagine her dismay : Seems that Capt. i the work done and to be done at

when her sister. Ella Kate Swin- :.Williams, who's an electronic officer the parsonage. Mrs. Helen Harley ,

-3.00 Your !,1'yer examined one of the "onions" I I I in a jet outfit, came home i was appointed as publicity

COMl'Lnl' fctorita! 'I'.closely some time later and broke i, for a couple of weeks. but got l chairman for the rest of the year

the sad news that Nelle had ',seriously ill and had to stretch his I I Delicious refreshments were

Point flavored her salad with lily bulbs! ; leave out much longer Their I served by Mrs. Sewell and Mr

., k Avoiloblt Seems that Herb in a hurry, young son. Bob. has also been I Myrtle Andgrson.VSQS .
had pulled the wrong sprouts! critically ill in a Jacksonville hospital -
'f Since }Irs. N. had recently read but is all right now and able!\ : Notice

about somp folks being poisonedby : to make the trip Barbara I
eating lily bulbs she reluctantly :Strickland and son Danny left The :Methodist W. S. C. S

tossed out the whole batch of I Monday night for St. Louis where ;circles will hold their April meet- -

salad and started all over !they will join Barbara's husband. ings next week at the following .I.tiLJ\

; Hear! there have been several ;iStrick. who is enrolled in Grad- !homes:
casualties the past week what wohl School for Medical Techni- i Circle I, Mrs. L. D. Vining.

Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3.00 with the younger set getting outdoors :,cians Hear they certainly left leader, will meet at 10 o'clock L-

in this fine weather j an empty spot in the Houpt household -.!Tuesday morning with Mrs. J. R.
Maroon Green Walnut Gray Black Janice Tucker fell in a ditch and !WainWright: and Mrs. Charles Dar- i

In Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings broke her arm while playing and i Have you caught up on your'i iby at the home of the latter on .
'was hospitalized in Jax for three i ienvying lately? Well, here's anew i Cherry street.

'!days J. Roy Chasteen received !I item to start in on Lucky,j Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green (

a bad cut on his head when he j((Lloyd Grider is leaving on a free,'leader, will meet Monday afternoon : Is the Most Dependable Most Economical Fuel
:fell while playing at the lake last trip to Europe aboard the Holland at 3 o'clock at the home of; .

Sunday and Jane Adams' nose"American Lines Instead of:!I Mrs. J. C. Hobbs on Church street. jI j t

was broken Tuesday evening while I singing for his supper. Lloyd (that ft I r Circle 3, :Mrs. A. Wood, leader. '

the youngsters were playing baseball i demon drummerman be playing -.\will meet Monday afternoon at 3

and she got in the way of a ;, for his passage with Tommji 'I o'clock at the home of Mrs. Daisy SLADE GAS COMPANY (

bat. ;i Butler and His Band a papilla'.Ferryman on Walnut street.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHFILING Jimmy Seymour and sons. Doug .University of Florida student! I

and Harold. and Billy Harrington !orchestra Wish I could sto s Altar Society !I \
CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS attended the Brooklyn Dodgers I away inside of Lloyd's big b ass I
and Milwaukee Braves exhibition drum! ,, St. Edward's Altar Society of

128 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. I II I|:game in Jax: last week Shirley I Well Seems to be all toj, the Catholic church will meet PHONE 121. STARKE, FLA. \

I ''Newcomb got a very long dis- now See you in the nextCarolyn Fuesday evening at 8 o'clock in

tance phone call from her mother the recreation nan. 1



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:Miss Louise Hartmann of I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and children Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews hadas of said Court at Bradford County I Clerk of the Circuit Court. 3 W. & NW-4 of Blk. 6 S. of K :. "
Florida. this 26th day of March A. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
W t
Mr. and trs. except 1 acre in Temple's S >
Surtday :
guests '
Babson Park, the weekend with Mr. .,
Webber College, 4 spent I) 1954. 44t: 4/3 Sec. 21 T. < S. K. 22: E. 4 acre
spent her spring holiday last week Ii and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and Mr. and Virgil Mathews and daughter, Patsy (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn Name in which assessed: \V. (.', M--
of Jacksonville Beach, Mr. and Cord.
with Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann. Mrs. Richard Ray in Jacksonville. ; 44t 4/23 T4\ DEED .
I I:Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller, who Mrs. L. N. Pickering of Starke I house Bill >o. 1S62) CoUnty AH of of said Bradford property, State being. lOf in Fi.I.h., .

Miss Mary Dankel of Waycross !were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray : and Gerald McCoy qf Gainesville ii i! In Circuit In Court. Bradford County 'Knight Notke the is hereby holder given.of the that folio C.* t.I Ida.Unless .
I Florida; Chancery. such certificate or .nutrates (
Ga. was the weekend guest of ;Mr- '! Tilley in Jacksonville on Sunday, : John H. Jones. Plaintiff, vs. Pauline I certificates has filed said certu shall be redeemed ac< "I.11 In The fuuul; Judge: Court. In and tates for a tax deed to be issutd
i the Bill home Sunday j I.. Jine.Defendant.. 'i to law the described ''i
and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. Tilleys propert in i>
For HraUfurd (ouolj Fluritla. ] 10-425 thereon. The certificate numbers ,
iI' Case No.
certificate or certificates H u :-
evening.Mr. In Probate. and years of issuance, the description
i -
I | Order Of Publication And :.Notice lo sold to the highest bidder .i' i' "
nsssssss.ss5,jSSSSrrrSrSSSrSSrrSSS -Jr tA IX RE: The E-Ute of Ll'RLINE j I in the property, and the nanu s
Rev. and Mrs. Dan Greek of Appear; State Of Florida To court house door on the fir-i I.-
; CIIAXT. 11. eased in which it asesed I
< was artfoilows .
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Lake- { Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby and I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Arch{ and Mrs. E. :M. Davis had .Nolice: 0' Filing Petition.. For Final'lliMbarue : Pauline address IJones is: whose 1923 residenceand Pleasant : < day* the in "month rrl day of ot May Mav., n IHMPaled *.. ,,11' >ii

land spent from Friday to Wednes- {children of Perry were Sunday I Dobbs of the State Farm and Carl !; as Sunday guests Mrs. P. E. Stone, i TO ALL WHOM of .IT\iimini MAY lration CONCERN: I I I Street. Richmond., Virginia. I i 1952 erutii-ate Description No 45.= Year of lropert of IsMiam: '\e; this 1 day. of April. 1\: .

day with her sister Mrs. J. E. i guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans- Dobbs of Lake City were Sunday |Miss Mamie Anderson and Mrs. Notice is hereby given that I have I You 3,are 1954 required in the above to appear named o'May 1S ft of \\-% of lilk 6 V of It 2 \\ !: "I..r"corKu tlf I.IL."Ir r.Ki., u't: ., '.urt i n.iriA of Ir"j i-!.> i
by. of Mr. and Mrs. Alton' W. S. Allen and children of Archer. filed my final returns", as", & X. ISO ft. of EI- of Tlk. b > ..f 1i I ,.
Futch. guests Adminis-I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I 'UIlI\ I' 1<\.1. i 41 I
j trator the Estate (.f
I seeks divorce. r
Dobbs. Grant. that I have filed my Petition ;
L. S. Hutto Joined ;Mrs. Hutto Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth hadas Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland :! for Final Discharge and that i publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph in next shall four j
I I will apply to the Honorable T. A.
In Columbia, S. C. for a week'svisit Monday guests, Mrs. A. B. Cel- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins>and her sister -,is visiting her mother. Mrs. W. H. Yawn. County Judge of Bradford I weekly issues. i NEW LOCATIONDr.

with relatives. lon, Mrs. E. E. Cellon of Gainesville Mrs. L. L. Roane of Jacksonville I[ Perkins, and brother-in-law and County. Florida, on the 30th day Qf ,I seal Witness at Starke.my Florida hand an this* official March ,i
I I and Mrs. G. Mansfield and sister :Mr. !!April A.D. 1954. for approval of the 'I
for 31 1954.
I leave today Lexington and Mrs. Earl B. 'same and for Final Discharge as the
tj :Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Pierce and I daughter, Jane, of Ocala. Va. and also Norfolk. Va. to visit Searing. j Administrator of the. Estate of Lur- I tUF1UL SEAL As Clerk) Charles of said A. Darby Court I Seymour R. Marco, Optometrist
:line Grant. decead.This
If daughter Frances, of Pompano Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Pope, Jr. for i, !I the 26th day of March A.D., By Marian L. Crosbv. Deputy Clerk NOW LOCATED EXT* TO POST OFFICE
Beach weekend of Mr. Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. Sam two weeks. i Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Bldg., i
I,. were guests :Miss Fran :Taylor of Jackson-1 11954. On \\ -Inut Street
r Anderson, Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. I (s) Harry H. Wheatley. Administrator -I Jacksonville Florida. :
and Mrs. B. T.Thomas.Mr. ville was the overnight guest Attys. for I'lf. 4 2 4t 4 33 I
]I of the Estate of Lur
J.v.. Andrews and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Nate and line I I FITTED
Dyal ]Tuesday of :Miss June Patel. I Grant, deceased. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES
and Mrs. George R. Jones 1 Roberts of Lawtey spent last sons, and Mrs. T. R. Casey visited i Williams I & Futch In Circuit NOTICE Court TOpptaR Bradford Coumtf, I

of St. Petersburg were overnight Thursday at Cedar Keys.Mr. the USS Coral Sea at Mayport on L. N. Pickering leader of the !I I P.Starke O. Box Florida 188 Florida In Chancery. i Hours 9:00 A )1. 5OOPM

guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Baptist Junior 'Attys. for Administrators Harold F.O. Bateman Defendant.Plaintiff, vs Thursdays and Saturdays 9:00 A M. 12 Noon
Boys Sunday Ida Bateman
H. K Tym. and Mrs. C.V.. Teston of I 4/2 4t 4/23 Case Xo. 10-426 '
School class, host at
was an
Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Sommer and Notice To Appears PHONE 219
Anders. organizational meeting at the In The ('UUllty Juilee' Court Of To: Ida F. Bateman. whose residence I j
Mrs. Joe Wilson and Mrs. L. D. Mr. and Mrs. two daughters of St. Petersburg I:! llradford Count), FloridaIN and address is: Unknown. i
Pickering home
Vining spent from Wednesday to moved into the Methodist Parson- Tuesday evening. 'I KB: Estate of KKV1XA A. REX- You are hereby notified that a -' ,
Charles Yeagle of Hughesville, Following the meeting refreshments XOLDS, Dectased.ITiTlON. suit for =:=-.s' :;: -
Sunday in Atlanta, Ga. visiting Mr. age on Thursday.Mrs. I (' Divorcehas -- -
and Mrs. W. L. Joiner. Pa. was a recent guest of his sister were served. j I THE STATE OF FLORIDA to all been filed against you In the
Mrs. G. A. Rimert, and fami I II'.rsonit whose names and respective above named Court and cause and
I Carrie Ritch Mrs. T. G. places of residence are unknown are required to serve a copy of I
Mr. and Mrs. William Bartel and ly. Ritch and Miss Annie Darby Van Patel and daughter, Gunga .land' who have claims against or in- your answer or pleading to the complaint I ] .1Bij
Mrs. Alice Turiff last visit-I I drove to Marianna Saturday to t Iterest in, the estate of Ervina A. on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
were Thurs- I ed Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Rennolds as next of kin. distribu Frank Landruni Starke, Fla
day visitors of Mrs. Harry Mooty When you care enough to send I :Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin in Jacksonville bring back their aunt Mrs. Edna tees, heirs legatees or beneficiar- and file the original in the office of
while enroute to their home in the very Best HALL-MARK I Wailer who is making an extended ies: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
on Monday.
You are hereby notified that a before the 3 day of May, 1953; Dedicated To Community Service -
Highland Park, HI. after a ten day Easter Cards at Bullington Studio visit with the Patels. petition has of said
I I been filed in said Court otherwise the allegations "Movies Are Better Than Ever"If
tour of South Florida. and Gift Shop, I'hone 265, Starke, Mrs. Steve Simmons, Mrs. L. F. praying for determination of heirsot Complaint will be taken as confess-1,

'f Fla. I Dinkins, I Mrs. W. B. :Mundy Jr. Mrs. H. H. Adams and son. Bill. and Ervina you are A.hereby Rennolds required deceased to file edbyyou This notice shall be published |, you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts were .and Mrs. Guy Sale were guests of visited Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mitchelland your written defenses thereto with once each week for four consecutive I cat ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri.
in forty Tele
Mrs. Robert Turner and Mrs. days after the first publi weeks in the Bradford County
visiting Chief Justice and Mrs. B. Mrs. Charley Johns in Tallahassee. family at their new parsonagein cation. I'hould'uu fail therein, decree graph. ,

K. Roberts in Tallahassee on Mon Sam Anderson spent Thursday in Sunday and :Monday. Lake Shore Tuesday.Mrs. will, be entered' in due course I. Dated this'" 31 day of March, 1954 i ., Sat. -,4pril2, 3 : Sun-, Mon -- April t, 5
day. Bunnell visiting Mrs. Thomas upon "said petition (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby "
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WITNESS in') hand and the seal DOUBLE FEATURE
Wadsworth who is ?
convalescingfrom :Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing :.I W. H. Nollman accompanied |:: !

V. S. St. John returned home last a recent illness. had as Sunday guests, Mr. and her sister Mrs. W. F i- e THE STORY OF A LANCASTERI

Thursday after spending six daysin Mrs. E. C. Carter and childten of Swinyer of Los Gatos, Calif., to ('iU MAN OF PASSIONS: :: ;:
Mrs. Corine Purvis and ,
Connecticut son
where he attendedthe
Jacksonville.Mr. St. Simons Island Ga. on Wednesday .
and Mrs. Bill Purvis of Gainesville I : and thronging thousands i iflis 'n
funeral of his step-mother, I i where Mrs. Swinyer will visit I
Mrs. Grace SL John in New Ca- were Monday guests of Mr. and : WANTEDSAWN
and Mrs. Elmer Charlton of I two other sisters, Mrs. T. W
naan, and also visited his daughters I Mrs. Frank Herlong and Dr. M. B. iA [ Majesty"
Mrs. C
Harrowsmith, Ontario, Canada are Oliver at St. Simons and :
Mrs. D. Christiano and Miss I Herlong.I i '' ;
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Denny of Savannah, Ga. Mrs.
Alice St. John in Darian. I I
1 Hess. Nollman returned home today. G'Keefe'.wl'
C. H. Quick, Sr. is leavingfor "at
II Mrs. Nollman entertained at a GUM CROSSTIESBlack cao ti
Mrs. S. G. Denmark and daughter Washington. D. C. to visit her = "
Joyce. spent Wednesday and son, Hawy, for a month. ;Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor had canasta party for her sister. Mrs DOUGLAS ; : TECHNICOLORPlus

Thursday in Crescent City visiting as weekend guests at their Kings- S\\iner and Mrs. Miriam Jenkinsof the "Half Pint Palomino" Cartoon -

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas.Mr. I Miss Dandy Deas of Val(. sta, ley Lake home, :Mr. and Mrs. Atlanta, Ga.. last Friday eve- Sweet or TupeloTies and Latest World NeusI .
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,Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. James Deas H. B. Douglas, and children of ning. la r

and Mrs. Karl Flories and |:of Jennings were weekend guests Homerville, Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe I Ii i A STANLEY KRAUER PRODUCTION Tues. Wed Thurs

Mr. Pergola of Jacksonville were {of Mr. and Mrs. John Deas. W. Taylor and daughter. Betty Rev. and Mrs. "V. S. McAhley Must Be Fresh Cut. Old or Seasoned Ties t _IIJlI'VlTAlI'PAIISTOirIoll.mllAlSll..OSCM. MAKESen. -' April 6. 7, 8
and children visited Dr. and Mrs Not Accepted rm" ti mcwa tuaaa >M.M....StIooI-
Sunday guests of Miss Annie and son, Bobby and Miss Janie _" Ln IIM\1Ii'II

Darby and Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum, Mrs. C. Burgess all of Waycross. Ga.. M. L. KOkomoor in Gainesville on
11. Rivera and Mrs. M. F. Hazen attended Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Golden and i Tuesday. AND -
Mr and Mrs. Marvin Andrews of i the 28th Annual Convention children of Gainesville and Mr. and I L---rff "

Ozark. Ala. are spending this week i of the Florida Garden Clubs in Or- Mrs. C. M. Taylor and daughterof Planning to attend the Senior MURDEROUS ADYEITURE! ,
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with their son-in-law and daughter lando.on Wednesday and Thurs- Jacksonville. I High Youth Fellowship Spring $2.00

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and ,day. t "Rally of Suwannee Presbytery'. I 7x8x8'.-6" $1.856x8x8'6" .

with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews::1 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wise returned Friday and Saturday in Gainesvilleare .'., '

in Orange Park. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and to their home in OPP. Ala. I : W. S. McAliley, Joe Hard&-n. .- $1.60 _
Mrs. Faye Gill visited Mr. and Mrs.E ROGERSJR.Ius .
Calvin Pace. Leslie and Robert
after two weeks visit with their H Delivery Time: 8:00{) A.M. 'Til 3:30 P.M. J'I
.T. King in Jacksonville on Sun- :
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr is spend- Humphries, Margaret Rose Duncan
: sons, Chester and Clayton Wise. .. .
ing the latter part of the week: day. and families.Mr. Frances Caldwell and Gerr Monday Through Friday \ .,
with Acting Governor and Mrs..1
Charley Johns in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwardsand Gibson. OF
and Mrs. Bill Long of Gaines-
family spent the weekend in'I Southern Wood PreservingCompany :"HUNDERH : OklahomaSpring !
ville were visiting Mrs. F. H. Long
CapL and Mrs. R. G. Zeiglerand Jacksonville visiting Mr and Mrs. BLtCK HILLSPASSION -

daughter, Judy, of Gainesvilleand ,'I James Kinchen and and Mr. and cn Sunday. : PLAYLake Prestoo FOSITR tWbl WIll I II : and Latest Time For World ThomaV'artoon News

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeiglei Mrs. O. E. Ray. Wai t ACobiiRePfat
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and sons of Jacksonville, were Sun- / Mrs. Bert Newcomb will spend ; 31 APRIL 18 'OMIN(1 SOON .
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville the weekend visiting her husband, I K,tra P.rf. S F M- *pr. 17 Plus "Seaprem Court" Cartoon an Every >.... Tue. Thi". 8 p.m.
Dampier in Starke and Mr and 'spent Sunday with her mother, Pvt. Bert Newcomb, at Camp Gordon -.I For flea. & luf. Write BOY: 71PhoBe i P. 0. Box 88 Baldwin, Florida 1 Chap. No. 11 Serial.. ; The Miami Story

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{church. Mine happens to come on i'I going on the train with Charley I NOTICE TO APPEAR FOR SCHOOL BOIRD I '
Easter. I have my new Easter to Miami. I always enjoyed riding' IB Clrcnit Coart. Bradford Commtf,I DISTRICT THREE i on the board will valuable in administering I 1et hard roads in our county. _
the business ,
affa.rs of
Florida In Chaarrrr. I hereby I I shall at all times in the i :'
out fit. I drove into Sioux City j on the Silver Meteor. My friends Eleanor E. Thompson Plaintiff vs. i for member of the Board my candidacy of Public i I our county. My record is an open las I ha\e in the past, weiiom. ; -..

I la.st Tuesday. It was a nice day I came home from Florida and told Seward U Thompson Defendant.Case I Instruction Bradford CountFla.., I book, and to it all will the reveal people in efforts the 'county on- advice,. and counsel of my friii.d-, ,
Xo. 1038SntTrr ,from District; Three (Breoker New my I the vum.v and shall do all \\ :'.
and I was gone a little over i me that Florida has improved a > Topp..ar, :.I River). If elected I will do every- I all i' occasions for strict ''tufiness imy power to carry out th, ir \\ -J-
To Seward l.. whose in .economy in our ioumy'!' financial affairs 'for the best interest of th,
three hours. I got an off-white i thousand per cent since I left : Thompson thing my power to prove my sincere a. i
and faithful, and
I residence and address i",: UN desire to serve you honestly, just ftonest pie of our county.
( oat and a natural straw hat I[eight years ago. My brother's KNOWN.You faithfully, and with a strong determination administration.I J I The election this time ,>. '" .'
with flowers. Grey snake skin 'Wife will teach in Sarasota this are hereof notified hat a to improve our schools. I.of If you elect me again to the ard wide and I hereby urge and rm:';' ,.
suit for I earnestly solicit your vote and County Commissioners you candepend !all' of my friends in all! 1'.U-
ty jjura ganjessMohr ,slippers and I already have a nice :i winter. My niece lives in Clear- I DUorre. ('ustodand control of support in the coming election. :|I upon me to see that our welfare -,the county to actively Ji.-il' ,
minor children -Howard C. Douglas. funds and hospital funds are 'i support me and definiteiv .,"
j'4___ silk shantung dress in a light j t water. I hope they all vote for ,justly, honestly and properly bandied
------ a,' o.no j nas been nieu against you In tile i I lone and all that my service "J
1 blue. Life takes on new happiness ;Charley Johns for Governor. Just above named Court and cause and FOR SCHOOL no inn I and administered. Through |board will be for your inters
UTierein the lo\ely days of my use plenty of moisture. The dust hat. ; you are required to serve a copy of J IHSTKICT THREE wise handling of our ,'our.t -'s afi {meet your approval.\
Easter one
when I new good from
get the
a governor north- fairs
i i we will
i I hereby not need in-
your answer or pleading to the : announce my candidacy 'as: J j -E. L. Lawton) CrawfrtFOR
life spewl on, the old hurts pa.swl storms are soiijh of us in Texas. 1 Whoopee! I also took some of my ern part of the state will be wond- complaint on the Plaintiff'. I for member of the School Board i creasesand you may depend upon
in my life fa-le into the future We often get a'little whiff of the | Christmas and got a new I'7 erful. I do wish Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr., 'District Three (ETooker. New i I' me to s>o handle our affair and to : COVXTY ("OUIISSIO'HIHSTRICT
money Charley gooa Starke Florida ;River) subject to the will of the prevent additional or increased FOVR
where only joy has room.I [dust in snow. It has to. come !i pearl necklace and earrings set luck. Sorry I can't vote. My best and tile the original in toe office. i,voters in the May primaries It |taxes on our people. My efforts for I hereby announce my 3I1i.<:
to to us.Ve Clerk of the Circuit Court I elected I promise to faithfully dis- : improving and enlarging our road
across Kansas get the on for County Commissioner. l>i-t
: often think what a dismal I | in yellow gold. I hope I am not wishes will be with him and all )r before the charge the duties of the office for !.system will again go forth. I shall Four (Theressa. Hampton, Crah.:: ,
have no dust here, just mud.I of 1954 {I the benefit of the people of dls-work for additional road funds from .
vain, I just like to look nice. you good folks in the Southland. 12 day April : my If elected. I promise my \ .r\ > --
world 'twould be have cleaned the attic and otherwise the allegations of said :|I trict and the county at large. Your state and federal sources aid cnl11'plt.te "ffortand faithful sermt" :,:'
If I couldn't laugh with others I I Don has had in an order for a I Some day I hope to come back Complaint: will be taken) as confessd ,I vote and support will be deeply ap our county's paving program distrut and the i ..anty a' a \\ r -
stopped to sew. I got a dress for visit ,preciated. i,10 tai r\ haulurt4. ed uadli> iIi! i
funeral .
and '
new Cadillac car (or a spend the winter. by you. < V>ur \ute and pport w ill >tg: -
and I couldn't laugh at me. :form and what a joy it is. I got This notice shall roe publishedjnce I -Stafford L. Crews. pani.f on, oii't\ .1K-Id to tuIigk,- ,\ .ippreiattd .ii itoMay pr *..., ,
i some time. It is made at a factory I My dog Digger is .. Ui.il .,
while the are He is eacn week for four consecutive i ml! (i t.n-U Idr' t. ::.ark- --\.r.d! Adj.......
And dogs gift
:lit from Sears and that mesh in Lima, Ohio. He is going over down in the back yard barking at weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I FOR tciioot, no\ui -
lacking one that can be adjusted to your il on the train and drive it home. 1 squirrels. Don is at the store. I iriph Dated this 4 day of March. 1954. I am a Candidate for School Board

In our friendship we should fail 'body by pressing in to your form. shall stay here and take care ot I'have an apple tree to set out. It OFFiCIAL SEAL Charles A. Darb) iDistni-t One (Lawtey). I am ,1
If to greet us with affection the I Clerk of the Circuit Court j I home owner of thicounty and ha\ MOVING
his tail. j Really a dandy. I can put I things. If someone dies, I will is sunny and a wind blowing. By Marian L. Cioeby Deputy Clerk been a resident of Bradford C<>!in-
Not a dog could wag ,hems in my dresses right now. I 3/12 4t 5/2 ty for 40 years.
I have a man here in town to go This year I should have nice
-Edgar A. Guest. dresses I I am interested in the development -
I have three new summer I I with me to pick up the body and strawberries in June and rasp- XOTICE TO APPEAR and improvement of better I
to make. So far I have been work- Ciirvit Court. Bradford County schools for our boys and girK. having
When you read this it will be I in I I than call an embalmer from So many good thing from Florida la Chairery. I several grandchildren that I : PHONE
dresses. I
old am
April. Here spring has not made ing on my ', Sioux to help me care for the our garden. I have my garden Frank D. Smith. Plaintiff vs. lIar- expect to be educated in the schools i OR Dependable
I the dining room and on the tableis riett E. Smith Defendant.Case ,of this county. They, being the men
much of a showing so far. Tulipson in bloom. It body. Don will be home in two seeds. I have two new wren boxes Xo. 10-391 I and women of tomorrow nerd I LONGDISTANCE S Economical 311

the south side of the house a beautiful gloxima days and three nights. up along the sheltered side of the Notice To AppearTo i schools with proper training and
was given to me by the lady I : Harriett E. Smith whose residence the best advantages possible.'
are up about four inches high. flowers for HELPFUL HINTS: A spring- house. Makes me four nests now: is: Maywood California and I If elected a member of the School R. B. Alvarez OR

The side 'roads are deep in black I where we buy our .type clothes pin pinched shut at The wrens sing so sweetly. Soon chose mailirg address is: General I Board, I promise to serve you MMcerely Agents For AND
funerals. They are going to make delivery Maywood, California.You honestly. giving the best ofmy TRANSFER 250-J
mud. The town here has paved I 1 i the top and slipped under the be warm enough to clean the sun are hereby notified that a II ability and service at all times : Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
street and dry. Weather man says 1I I me a corsage for Easter Don 'door will make an effective door. !torch and then we will sit out suit for I earnestly solicit your vote and I

more snow tomorrow. We can 'land I take turns about going to I stop. I used liquid wax on the there and I shall write this has Divorce been filed against you In the support on -Dan May 4th.\V. Starling.

A J wood floor in our l long hall. Saves i column and look out over the hills. above named Court and cause and STORAGEPerr'rnan
you are required to serve a copy of FOR COr\TY COMMISSIONER
work looksas I So let us all laugh this
time, and polishing springtime your answer or pleading the complaint DISTRICT FOUR
-------- if it will do fine. I as much as we can. If you on the Plaintiff's Attorney I hereby announce my candida. y
Richard B. Austin. 100 Smith for County Commissioner. Di-tn t
So happy to see the picturesof see someone else smiling it is con- Building, Jacksonville Florida Four (Theressa. Hampton Graham) BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
tBIKjQ'iF'VfTHOUT ) II tagious. First thing you know and file the original in tne office of If elected. I promise to give faithful ...... K_ -
Gov Charley and wife Ted in
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on energetic and conscientious
jour good Telegraph. It made mea j everything is all right with life or before the 12 day of April service to this important offn. I r
nat 'iin general. 1954; otherwise the allegations of will at all times be ready to 101 -
bit homesick to think of the : God said Complaint will be taken as fer and advise with my constituent ...----,... --. .,
bless -
big fish fry and all the good folks ; you every one, confessed by you. I and work for the best' interest of
QDGyb 4flJ9 t tI 1 LOVE. LURA. This notice shall be published I II my district and the county aa .
I once each week for forr consecutive I whole. Your vote and support in
I weeks in the Bradford County Tele. I the May primaries will be deeply .
THE AMERICAN fJ fr Dated this 5 day of March 1954. I .Henry B. Hin-on.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby


PRODUCTION ANDDISTRIBUTION 3/12 4t 5/! I hereby announce my candidacyfor ,
School Board. District One
COULD TO (Lawtey), subject to the Democratic
\ : Primaries in May. I am a property
NOT SURVIVE. Florida Spring Luncheon I POLITICAL owner and taxpayer and if elected -

\ Mrs J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. will serve my district and county : SEA TROUT RED
THE BANKING SYSTEA I to the best of my ability always BASS
BILLIONS OF .. j. RailroadCommis H Richarde were hostesses in H.t ANNOUNCEMENTSI keeping the 'peoples' best interest ;
SUPPLIES Rieharde home Wednesday of I first. Your vote and active supportwill SHEEPSHEAD

DOLLARS OF CREDIT TO w 'ek at a lovely Spring luncheon. I hereby FOR announce SCHOOL no my inn candidacy I I be greatly appreciated.II.- C. Kelly.. I RED FISH CHOWDER

INDUSTRY AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMERS. Tables were set up in the dining for School Board from District .
I sion Three (Brooker and New River) FOR ("0( \T'- COMMISSIONER
room living room and music room. I subject to the will of the Democratic .
lllsT. TWO <\ T\HHK)
GROUP,2 Centering each table was an artIstiC voters, in the Mar primaries. I I am a candidate for election asa i STARKE SEAFOOD MARKET
feel that I am well qualified for this member of the Board of County
arrangement of sweet peas. position and if elected, will serve ,'onimissioner for District Tworadf'rd
Roses and varied color sweet- the: people of my district and the County.My i Phone 392S.
Consumer credit is based on the lenders confidence I county at large to the best 9f my
i record as.a board member is Walnut St. Starke Fla.
peas were used profusely -
I throughout ability. ,
mode one
only of
While Jerry I well known to the people the entire -
I promise to the voters-that he'd | the party rooms. Guests included county. My years of experience ,
in the character the American
people I "be there" on pay day-yet he I|I State Farm residents and TO CO"\"SIO\EIt
hat been instrumental in saving Mrs. DISTRICT FOnt
Louise Kite and Mrs.
and the value of the merchandise under contract.FLORIDA ,I the people of Florida more than Thomas of Starke. Pey for[ I hereby County announce Commissioner my ,candidacy District I

I $31,400,000( IN IATES(OUING Spend the day guests on Mon- Four (Theressa, Hampton. Graham), J
subject to the will of the Demo
IN DNYlIiG UTE day of :Mrs. J. G. Caldwell were cratic voters in the May primaries.If 4; -
I 19100 000 elected, I promise to render the
0 Mrs. Annie Perkins, :Mrs. Ola same faithful service to the peopleof
I $51100 TOTAL SAVINGS Luffnian Mrs. Lewis Perkins and my district and the county as a
whole, that I have done in the past.
and little H. 1... Perkins of Ocala. I will appreciate your continued
to freight, Telephone I
Users during his terms of office- Sunday guests of the J. M. I cooperation Jessie and supoort R. Chastain. The tire sensation

Lots give him another term) Bradleys were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. .

Have you seen Jerry' informational I Bradley and two sons Clinton and nu till
BANK at STARKE I I campaign cards? Write iorsome Jack, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I hereby FOR announce my candidacyfor ; in 1953! : :
no box tops required! \ member of the Board of Public
Bradley Jr. and daughters, Gloria Instruction. District No. 1. Lawtey

Member Florida National Group Jerry W. Carter la liD. Tollohoswt. lIe.IPIid I and Faye, all of Jacksonville. and Bradford County. I have worked -
in the school system for five
\ Uul1ilIIt\l \I Mrs. L. Durden is spending this years as a bus driver and with the Now Goodyear

|week in Jacksonville with her maintenance department. problems I feel I (
that I know most of the
daughter and family. faring the schools in this county

''I Friday evening guests of the E.J and I am have a home been owner a resident of this all' county of my announces still jf

J. Yarbroughs were Mrs. Yar- life. I am 35 years old and have
j worked with the boys and girls of
brough's brother, R. R. Prevattof the county and feel that I understand ;
I also
Starke. them and their needs I
'. rave two boys whom I expect to bE' .- greaterimprovements
I Saturday guests of the Yar- educated in this school system W I

"MAKE COURTESY YOUR CODE CF THE ROAD broughs were Mrs. Alice Davis, other fleeted Board I promise member to work for the with betterment the- j:I I

[F1J @ i Mrs. Yarbrough's sister of Gainesville of the Bradford County school !
I and Mr. and Mrs. William system Your vote and support on May .i

t Yarbrough and two sons, also of the 4th at'pr".tated .
I :Norman> --
Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. .:' ruman !
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Willie Prevatt and daughter of I FOR COIVFDISTRICT' rO\I\"UTO"r.n .-
Tn 0 I I
Waldo.Mr. ,
I hereby announce my t I t
po9e r and Mrs. H. W. Perry of for Count Commissioner. DistrictTwo th I "
Starke) subject
Miami spent Monday and Tuesday will of(North the voters in. the ,' \I'I: I ,

I with Mrs. Perry's sister Mrs. W. primaries.office If I elated promise to to this give responsible "ll I Ibe't

E. Feagle. efforts toward a progressive I

I Mrs. J. B. Caldwell, mother of and Impartial administration of the 1

new PowerFlite transmission J. G. Caldwell, was called to Ocala affairs aa of whole my district Tour vote and the and connty support -- i pA

with new PowerFlow engine this week because of the illnessof will be appn''latf'd.-Ewell LaW.0n. New 19 AINyion Cord

1. her brother, Jim Wilson. -
e gives you flashing acceleration, with no lurch or lag! The E. J. Yarbroughs had as FOR DISTRICT SCHOOL THHF.E ItO I

PowerFlite is the newest, smoothest automatic no-clutch transmission guests Sunday Mrs. Albert Yar- I nereoy announce my ranaioarvror
ores '
in the low-price field. It is combined with the new 110-horsepower brough and family and Mr. and trsrooner.acnooi New uoara.Kiver suoject 10- _

PowerFlow engine,the most powerful in Plymouth history 1 Mrs. E. E. Stanley and nephews, tne cratie win primaries 01 tne voters ot way.in tne i vemo-am a I I Costs only a fewOuperDuusnlon ,

J. J. Hill and Calvin Davis, and me long residence ot eraaiora

family all of Gainesville, George county, a veteran ot worm war l' dollars than
rpore I II
ana a memoer or tne county uemocrauc -
new Power Brakes Jackson and son and wife, Mr. Jiiiecuuve! committee' itelectee
,. and Mrs. Genster Macher, and i win aevote tne necessary standard tire! ,
t. : time ana enort 10 serve IRe people I
for easier stopping! New Power Braking, plus Plymouth'sA
2 Mrs. Irene Johns and two daugh- 01 my aistnct ana county to IRe aI j t

famous Safe-Guard brakes, gives you quick, always predictable, ters, all of Jacksonville, and Mr. nest 01 my acuity pieaging cour- r -a J
teous Set vice ana impartial

.'".%p..,.... straight-line stops with half the usual pedal pressure. and Mrs. Ed Yarbrough of Day- eration support at win an oe times aeepiy, tour appreciatea conSIQO''1 : ,, No other tire at or near its price can match t1! I
: tona Beach.
$ .
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.I' ''IJ ana your commence win not oe II .
misplaced. incereiy, I 1. Hits; test curb at 55 mph! Not a cord brokenl!

full-time Power Steering _Ethan_ A. Sapp. I! I I This is just one of the punishing tests this All-

411I I Cord has taken! In Even more mileage
3 "on duty" every mile you drtve to give you great new ease in steering
1 DISTRICT TWO i fact impact blowouts are almost unheard of than last r
4 0 and parking. Protects you from road shocks, gives you precise control on I ) I am a candidate for County Commissioner I year ;..I'r
of District Tw. (Precinct I with All-Nylon Cord Super-Cushions. I
bumpy roads and lets you park with only one-ftfth the normal effort! Two. North Starke) subject to the '
\ I'I. will of the people in the Democratic I 2. Up to 12% more mileage! This mileage ""
.I Primaries in May. The knowledgeof
county affairs gained in my first I I t boost comes right on the heels of a 21% increase Quieter ride i

term should bdlp me to* better in 1953. Total almost 1/3 more .
i J serve you. and I pledge my diligent I less squeal on I
effort to work for the good of our I safe mileage than most motorists ever exper- r ''f

Plymou9h I County.given I appreciate our District the recognition by my- ienced before! That's a real saving in jour turns! .

1 -election as Chairman of the Etoar driving costs. ,.
of County Commissioners. and I

i and solicit and will appreciate your vote I 3. Quieter.ride! 15% greater traction! That ;I I'
support. Much skid

Be one of the first to drive the "power-packed" new 1954 Plymouth Let us show you iI I Respectfully I,. I* Renfroe., squeal on turns has been practically ellDl1DY greater I
iI ated by a new anti-vibration tread design. protection. "
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I 7 And this new tread has 1806 inches of non-

with an outstanding new engine, and the finest power steering and braking. Drop in or ii 4 Matty skid edges, 880 deep-cut safety slots for 15% \

phone today. for your demonstration ride. \. i / b\.OS greater skid resistance.There's f ,:

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a big difference in Nylon cord!

I II II I I IWtrf t robes ,and Only Goo.dyear has Triple-Tempered 3-T Nylon!

UQtID 01 WLm.SAME hUT aaw
I II I we.2rig'appareI: is CO 'N>lon is the best tire cord if the stretch can be controlled. To controlthe
I ered up to 4100 under I stretch in Nylon cord, Goodyear has developed an exclusive processof

: r an Aut .Owrtl1S policy if FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S .chemically! treating' the cord and then putting it through a triple .

a I locked prive-p3ssenftr tempering process) involving Tension, Temperature and Time. The re

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2J that is fully controlfed at its point of maximum strength and resiliency.

r-T1r1 r Dou your p/esenf automobile FRIGIDAIREMade '

I only by General Get ur All-Nylon Cord Super-Cushi ns now :-\ I
Plymouth policy prefect I Irobes'nd ,
: r. : :
wearigap. Motors Corp. All other -see us for a liberal trad-in-deall!
I Electric Refrigerators are I

...- Plymouth gives you : @ : 0 =1I ea -gainst! theft ? made by other companiesand I
t @@ @ [J
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Starke, Fla I aad Temple Ae. S. 301 at South City LimitsI

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7>m YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYTTTTYiFARMER'S Sam excused himself to plant one (Military Road, Buffalo New York. otherwise the allegation of said graph.
'I You Dated this It day of March 13S4. 1
are hereby notified that a Complaint win be, taken as confessed -
row of pole beans. SOIL CONSERVATION I I suit for divorce, custody and by you (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby;;

";: M 1 I I support of minor children This notice shall b published Clerk of the Circuit Court
I Chas I
l Farmers I been filed against you in the once each week for four consecutive By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
| are busy these days above named Court and
and I
I N-E-W-S cause weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 3/19 it 4That's /'
I We went to borrow Ernest Raul-i ;I you are required to serve a copy of I i iL
D I 'your answer or pleading to the
ARYI erson's fence stretchers, and complaint on the Plaintiffs !

1 found Mrs. Raulerson in the pack- By Bill Haas vI Attorney: T. Frank Landrum, '
Starke. Florida
Our Business
p The author Hill be glad te receive mg shed busy with berries, and I U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION .. and file the original In the officeof s S
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
items of interest concernIng t i Ernest out on the tractor planting on or before the If It's Glass We Have It!

the activities of farmers in 1: velvet beans and corn. SERVICE ... i 26! day of April 1954; I CALL WRITE VISIT
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe 4 1 otherwise the allegations of said s' i or
J! Complaint will be taken as con-
left at the Telegraph office or More trouble with Finnegan fessed by you. \J4Jft

mailed fa\ Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, I the water pump again this week. A new system of agriculture is I to feed and shelter a few coveys This each notice week shall for four bl consecutive publishedonce Joe Peters Glass Co J

; if we can get that unfaithful, slowly coming: to the Brooker of on ail I'' weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
By Sam McGamy The farmers realize the graph. .
servant working again, we'll not area. .1 Dated this 24 day of :\Ia.. h. 1954 We Design Modern Store Fronts
. . . . . . . ,II tempt fate by praising any good need for controlling all the fac- Roy finished pumping (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
&& && & & &&&&&A&aaa, aa&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& water for his stock, shut off the I Clerk of the Circuit Court Just Mail Us A Pattern for ;
tors good
head. for a
performance. It goes to his necessary making
By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Last week we planted eight here and saw a patch with about I I 5.5i crop. To control one of these fac- .pump, put his foot up on the fence I 36! 4t 4 16 Table Tops !

I scarecrows, made from old I Woodrow Shaw, and pointed to a fine field of clover I 1313 N.W 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone
tors moisture 4353
long rows of corn, and this week eight I Well, we've just exploded the -
I and Pensacola Bahia and said NOTICE! TO APPBAR I
all we have to show for our work fertilizer bags mostly. We know new Hydrogen bomb and it is, a Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- i I !. Circuit 'ourt, Bradford ('eu.ty: II

are eight rows with holes show- just how that family feels. I' a marvelous achjev-\ trict cooperator, is putting downa now that he has fertilized this Florida ID Chancery.: I
we suppose pasture, he is feeding all his stock Elsie Lichtenstein Plaintiff. Myron -
ing where the larks pulled it up. ment. But we wish a few big 12 inch well to be used for irrigation Lichtenstein Defendant.

We'll replant, and hope that we Got most of our house pasture I brains would get busy on the pro- Willie Suggs, who is pigs, cows and horses. "You" just \ To Appear Case No. 10.403otice For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write
to fertilize to off
fenced in this week and as soon got pay says
i for Shaw
can "mind the birds" and save blem; of keeping birds and insects manager To: Myron Lichtt' stein. whose

the corn. We heard about Felix as we get it furnished we planto ;'out of while looking over a row of newlyset Roy. residence and address is: 36? East:
87th Street, Brooklyn, New York FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
dust the with chlordaneto i i
Sapp minding the birds in his grass I pepper plants. "That well is Mitch Edwards states that he You are hereby notified that a] I

field he sat in his truck out try to kill the sodworms whichare Of The EighthJudicial good crop insurance." suit for i:
corn ; The Circuit Court I has a little hay and cotton seed Divorce and of'' AND CHEMICAL CO.
sod. We used For Bradford restoration
the And
Circuit la
wrecking i
in the field in the rain, and when I meal left thanks to the sweet maiden name I
of the County State Of Florid Jim Luke, area engineer for the has 2220 X. W. 6th S't. Phone 6035
he tried to get started found that our latest method bracing L. Anne Hume, Plaintiff, vs. Iab1..1 I he for winter been filed against you in thel! Gainesville, Fla.
between Me- Soil Conservation Service, designed lupine planted graz- above named Court and cause and, DEMPSEY I
down. fence with a horizontal brace f> Oreen Mi-rrary. and George: R. SAPP, Owner
the truck was bogged fit to on you are required to serve a of: I
Husband and Wife, and ing. "My cows are go copy -
Everything aggravates the farmer the posts and two wiresin Crary tloidie Perkins, Defendants. j the irrigation layout fori now" remarked Mitch. your answer or pleading: to the com-! MOSS
their own p'alnt! on the Plaintiffs CONTROL
Shaw. The Soil Conservation Serv- Attorney
the form of an X bracing also. :NOT1CK TO APPEAR i ; t
Joseph K.
Skipper, 221
e eWe From what we have read this is The Mabel Slate Green Of Florida Mci'rary Toi and George | ice furnishes engineering assistance The Bradford Soil Conservation Building. Jacksonville Florida I II PECAN TREES SHADE TREES, ETC. I

to brace a fence. Husband and Wife. 1232 1 as well as other technical iI j jI j and file the original In the of floe of,
of Ford- I the proper way MeCrary. Penn- District's equipment has a new I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or'' Contact Us Now For Estimates
planted long rows I Decatur Street. pittsburgh I help to the farmers of Bradford before the 19 .
day of
I / look. Leon Carter is in the processof i April 1954; *
hooks, Okra Alabama Crowders, sylvania.You are hereby notified that a County. This assistance comes!; for I Termite ControlS
Kentucky Wonder pole beans, and But when we tried to fence in I suit has been filed against you in through the cooperation which painting the equipment a I I

this week. Don't another part with barbed wire we I the Circuit Court of Bradford Coun- est green color. Also wheels have ,I Household & Commercial
some squash Bradford Soil Bookkeeping :
Ity Florida in Chancery in which Conservation Dis- the seeder cultipacker : AuditingFIVAXrill
think the birds will mess with ran into the same old trouble. We I the Plaintiff, 1. Anne Humes trict gives at no cost to the farmer. been put on STATEMENTS Exterminating
then I her action for Specific Performance which will make it easier to
for the got the bottom wire tight, brings
these things, except peas Declaratory INCOME TAX
and 0
but we will have to get after the when we stretched the middle J' Decree, as a result of the contract move. The District equipment includes By Rodent Control

wire the bottom wire became entered into by said Plaintiff I Jones a cultipacker. fertilizer dis- Former Automotive Comptroller
rabbits which are about to chew Tyler manager for Con- H. _
L. Anne Humes and Defendants, mower II. SPEARS 50 W :x. St. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
I drill, rotary ALL WORK
loose. In desperation we tried I tamer of America tributor, grain Ja..La"III.,
up the snap beans we have grow- Mabel Green McCrary and George: planted a one- Fla. Phone 3-OSti7;

ing. Sometimes we wonder if we're stringing the three wires and McCrary, involving the following i eighth acre wildlife plot of Thum- and weed chopper which is ._.. -
i described property: :;; -fi"O.:: ;::.- :_-c-_,; ;. _. -.< ;:---;. ;'
planting to make a living or pulling all three tight at the i North 100 feet of Lot 2J-A: of the I jbergii Lespendeza. This plot was available to folks in Bradford -: Rl.lml _. 7IafaF

planting for the birds, insects, same time. That proved to be the; original town of Lawtey, as planted along a fence row and County at a slight rental fee for ---- ---
of record on a com-
same appears
rabbits, polecats, and lots more. worst idea of the year, for whatwe I posite map on file in the office will give quail food and cover. The maintenance and repair. .All this VOTE FOR AND ELECT

S e e ended up with was a barbed of the Clerk of the Circuit use of lespedeza has greatly ad-
Florida, is mounted on rubber
Court, Bradford County equipment
Had a visit from George Hol- wire entanglement. the same being the North 100 vanced the conservation of farm I
land, ex-yankee from near Bing-I S e I feet a deed of that from property Enoch Griffis describedin and game. Almost any farm small wheels which makes it convenientfor F. ANDERSON

hamton, N. Y., who bought a lit- Our cows are still hungry and I Mamie Griffis. his wife, to Mab ones and large ones, can be made I you to move it to your farm.
Green dated June l, 1SI6 recorded -
tle place about two miles out they keep looking for a place to el Deed Book 34. page %44. YOUR ,

from Starke on Highway 100. He break out, or a place to break in- public records of Bradford I (.I* per cent of the amount bid, and file the original in the office _
County Florida. made payable to the City of Starke. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
likes Bradford County very much, to the kitchen garden. The only You are hereby required to file Florida must accompany each bidas on or before the

and is very busy learning how to thing that will really discouragethem with the Clerk of the said Court a guarantee that in the event 26 day of April 1954; said I CIRCUIT JUDGE
your written defenses, if any, to the contract is awarded to the bidder otherwise the allegations
raise vegetables. is 4-point barbed wire, thatis the Dill of Complaint in said suit, he will promptly enter into con Complaint wet be taken as coa- ''

tight. We have too many cows on or before the 12th day of April, tract. furnish the required bond and eased by you. EIGHTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUITWilbur MT
1954 and the same time serve a will start actual construction within This notice shall be published
We have about the sorriest now for the grass we have. copy thereof upon Scruggs and Car- ten (10) days after receiving notice once each week for four consecutive

patch of berries in the Countynow. michael, P. O. Box 197 Gainesville, I to start work. weeks in the Bradford County Tele I F. Anderson is a native of Levy County, is 45 years
Florida, Attorneys for Plaintiff. As a considerable portion of the graph.
The plants are commencingto However. we just turned them will work of of age. He is married to the former Marguerite Partin
Herein fail not or judgment consists in the laying sewers Dated this 24 day of March, 1954. of
show some good growth, but loose in the rye field again, and I be entered against you by default. in paved streets which are to (.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Kissimmee and they have two daughters. He is
a Methodist
The Bradford County Telegraph be re-built by the State Road Department Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,
there simply isn't any green until they get that gnawed downto a newspaper of general circulation it may be necessary to delay By Marian L. CraBby Deputy Clerk. Mason (Past D.D.G.M.) and Past Patron, Order of Eastern
fruit and it looks as though it the ground they will be con- in Bradford County Florida is hereby the start of work until the Road :/26: 4t 4/16 4 VVV&< ,
designated as the newspaper in Department is ready to start workin Star.He <.
will be a while before we get any. tented. But when eight head get which th.. notice shall be published order to avoid the necessity of has
actively practiced Jaw
since 1931 and is
Our 90's are much bigger and to grazing away they can really once a week for four H) publications making temporary pavement repairs.All NOTICE TO APPEAR serving his
prior to said date, April bidders are therefore advised la Circuit Coart. Bradford Coaaty, third term as County Judge of Levy County, being re-eleced ;
better bushes than the Mission clean up a pasture in a hurry. 12th. 1934.Witness. that there may be a delay or waiting Florida I. Chaarrry. I ; ws
aries. S my hand and seal of said period between the signing of Estelle Cnesbrough, Plaintiff, M- I in 1952 without opposition. He has served for approximatelyseven
Court at Starke, Bradford County, the contract and the issuance! of Harold Howard Chesbrough.! Defl'ndI I as
; years Attorney for Board of '
Had the of 1954. orders ant. Case No. 10-417 County Commissioners
pleasure meetingMrs. Florida this 10 day of March to start work. Should the
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby waiting period be longer than Notice T. Appear': and Prosecuting !
We were just a little prematurein Ogden of Pompano Beach, ( To: Harold Howard Chesbrough. Attorney of Levy County. Judge Anderson
Clerk of the Circuit Court ninety (90) days, however, the Con-
announcing that the robins who visited us along with Mrs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk tract may be cancelled with no lia- / whose residence and address I is 178 was assigned by the late Governor Dan McCarty and Acting i

had left for we now have another Cleone Dowling of Starke. Mrs. 3/12 4t 4/% Bidder.bility on the part of the City or the I Governor Charley E. Johns as County Judge of Alacjua

crew to replace those who flew Ogden told us about their farmof :NOTICE TO BIDDERS AlUbids shall be addressed to the County during the illness of Judge H. H. McDonald.
Srrtioa 1 City Clerk, City of Starke Florida, :
oft. And speaking of birds eating 500 acres, and their market, SEALED PROPOSALS will be received marked as instructed in SECTION 2 COLONIAL Judge Anderson is qualified by education, temperament and

berries, we got quite a kick the which is supposed to be the big- by the City Council of Starke. of the Specifications and delivered, : legal experience to serve
I Bradford County, Florida until 7:30 through the mail or otherwise, to the' you faithfully, fairly and imparti-
other date when we were driving gest in the State. all :
one After 1'. M. (Eastern Standard Time), on office of the City Clerk. ally as Circuit Judge and he pledges you such an administration
on the road about a mile west of i this talk about big plantings, Tuesday, the Twentieth day of The City reserves the right to -
April. A.D. 1954, at which time they waive informalities In any bid; to reject of the duties of this high office. I
will be publicly opened at the City any or all bids in whole or in I FLORISTFLOWERS
Hall. part with or. without cause; or to
The work contemplated is Im- accept any bid in whole or in part
provements and extensions to the that, in its judgment will be for Your Vote And Active Suport Will Be AppreciatedPol.
City's sewer system. the best interests of the City of
All material furnished and all Starke. The working days necessary i ( Adv. Paid for by Wilbur F. Andersoa
work performed shall be in accordance for the completion of the proposed For All Occasions ) :
HUNDREDS with the plans and specifications improvements as well as the bid
and contract documents pertaining prices will be used in evaluating I
thereto which may be examined the bids. PHONE 218 (II
at the office of Robert M. CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY I
of details are managed and economic- Angas and Associates, ConsultingCivil I OF STARKE. FLORIDA
Engineers and Surveyors Room By James A. Lewis, Chairman. I ,
ally attended that only a trained and 420 Hildebrandt fuilding, Jackson ATTEST:
ville. Florida; or at the office of the Cart Johns, Clerk. (j) '
t careful organization can attend when I City Clerk City Hall Starke. Flor- 3/!& !t 4/9 New 54

the urgent Heed for serving is at /ida.Bidders may obtain complete sets NOTICE_TO APPEAR Magic ChefISNEW

hand Proposal Forms to be submitted Florida U C..ef>rw.
in triplicate; form of Bid Bond rewired Nicholas Anthony Caiaiza. Plaintiff
DeW ( ; form of Contract and formof vs. Lorraine Caiazza Defendant.Case POTTERY
I T T C.
I Contract Bond required; by making No. 10-414
a $15.00 payment at the Engine- Notice To Appears
7 Starke, Fla. t,-r's office (Engineer being the said To: Lorraine Caiazza, whose residence POTTED PLANTS
. M-s-eaee .w... 4 {Robert M. Angas and Associates) and address is: 318 Jewett
|for each complete set. Extra specifications Avenue, Staten bland New' York. Flowers 'ViredAnywhere
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur at $5.00 per copy, and You are hereby notified that a
plans at $10.00 per set, may be suit for
local funeral home enables as to otter convenience W obtained. All documents shall bereturned Divorce and custody of minor I
to the Engineer prior to. childrenhas
services not otherwise available. or within ten ((10) days after, bid been filed against you In the Nona St. Starke
opening. Bidders, submitting bona above named Court and cause and
fide bids and returning the documents you are required to serve a copy of Lustrous
I I in good condition, will be refunded your answer or pleading to the _._______y Beauty
We runuaa the highest the above cost fur as many complaint on the Plaintiff '''\\W \ \ --\U
type cenrtce at lowest prices and
as two complete sets of ..' ins and Attorneys Williams &: Futch P. -- -
cc..pt ANT life insurance policy in force, lasted by ANY specifications. O. Pox IS!, Starke Florida --,----- -, n -, -_ ,...... Lasting Efficiency
A bid bond properly executed by and file She original la the office of @ .0.
company, as in
payment pan or in full on a funeral. the bidder and by a qualified surety the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

Consultation carries no obligation. or a certificate or cashier's check or before the Wash Your Clothes And
|on any National Bank or on a Starke 26 day of April, 1954;
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Pank in a sum not less than five otherwise the allegation of said r-
-pmplaint will be taken as confe-s- 9 Pounds -- V ECONOMY
ed by you. I
This notice shall be published 1 I
once eaCh week for four consecutive For 40c! Will Make'Hie V

Let Us Feather Your Nest \With A little Down weeks Dated m the Bradford County Telegraph MAGIC CHEF

this 22 day of March. 1954. FREE Bleach If Desired!
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby \
Clerk of the Circuit Court
,I Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk THE CHOICE FOR

J/26 4t 4/16

I We Will Carefree

.. Circuit Court Bradford Coa.ty Dry Your Clothes
"lorlda: I. Chancery. Fail-Proof Cooking
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Plaintiff, VK James
I i. Dui k... Defendant. For 20c

Case No. 10416ntlce I I
\ To Appear

T',.. Jainea O'ltourke, whose resi- ,, In New Automatic Driers!
t.-t.! and address is: 4H7 Franklin i
W it'nur. Hosbrouk "rights.v
w ExclusiveFeatures

Y J.'r-.y You: are hereby notified 'hat a 0

suit for divorce, custody and
control of minor children ittS
laS been filed againEt you in the The WasheteriaTemple
a Phone SO Starke, Fla. : above named Court and cause and
i i rou are required to .
a copy o
tip't S' I I Four answer
or Are.
1 pleading to tht Starke :
omplaipt on the Plaintiff's ,
Attorney T FranK Lan.lrjm. That Slake Magic Chef
St.t h".
: FMr.da .

a 3 Rooms fc .I FREE INSTALLATION The Range Most Women

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#" Completely Furnished ,, RESTAURANT EL RANCHO 1. 100 LB. TANK OF GAS I. )IODERNDESIG Want and Buy

_, FREE I I.

I:. S. 301 at X. City Limits MAGIC FLAME


w, 4p M Special Sunday Dinners This Range Only $10.81 Per Month Red Wheel Oven Heat



FOR CHICKEN & RIBS / S Magic Oven Eye

I' ONLY 299.95 Curb Service 3-12 P.)[. 30 MONTHS e Swing Out Broiler

Open 6 A.M. 12 P M. El Rancho Steaks


Many Others.
: Plus Tax RESTAURANT Steaks

: $30..DOWN i e Chops and
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I her secret. '

'I t( Pwan Yrf'tinS'pril ISi -

i i Most places in our County have

j at least one pecan tree. Regard I

end less of the number of trees you II I
have. want to III
you, produce more

and better nuts. f ,'I l II

Your interest in your grove ,:

may be controlling insects, !some IN

: disease, fertilization, spraying or I PLAY BALL

some other factor. We will have
I several men in a meeting on April II IIil.
By Gee. T Hnggins
i '
12th and one of them can help' il.
County Agent ,
you with your problem. !!
Agricultural Extension Service You are invited to meet withus I,

in the courthouse at 8 p. m. on 1Let's \ ''I
Cattle Testing Soon I infectious as blackleg is malig- that date.

The week beginning April 12th nant edema. Dr. Simpson advises A Meeting for CattlemenA I

should be of great interest to again that it is almost impossible program of interest to Cattlemen I

cattle owners in our county. The to consider one without the will be given at the Uni- I

Bureau of Animal Industry will other. They affect principally versity of Florida on April 8, 9, All Back The All Home Games Will Be
cattle between 6 and 18
furnish us a veterinarian to test young and 10th. I have reports from cat- J
cattle for burcellosis commonly months of age. Swellings are observed tlemen attending previous meetings -

called Bangs disease and will vaccinate beneath the skin due to and they agree that every

.animals between 5 and 8 formation of gas in muscle tis cattleman could be helped by at- Tornado Baseball Team Played At Night Under The
sues. The swellings may appearon ,
months of age to prevent Bangs. tending all or part of this short I I
Bangs is just as important a the shoulder, chest, neck or course. I SWA I.

disease in beef cattle as dairy rump. When the muscle beneaththe
Contact for details if "
animals or the family milk cow. swelling is cut into, the tissue you are interested us more in attending!! I Just As Strong

Every single family milk cow in is found to be discoloredWith part of this three day meeting. Lights So You Can Attend II
few either of these
the county should be tested. Every exceptions, I
heifer calf between 5 and 8 will kill an animal in 12 to 36 Ii

months of age should be vaccina- symptons.The hours after. the appearance of I. Clrmit' NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR Coaoty As %We Did The Football iLJ ; Come Out I li t

ted.Dr.. Charles Simpson veterina bacteria pausing either of Florida Tuzio.: la Plaintiff Chancery.Tiro "S.. Theresa

rian with the Florida Experiment the diseases is extremely resist I'uzio. Defendant Case No 10-40S
ant to heat, cold, drought, or des notice To Appear
that affected
Station suffer from warns retained afterbirth cows infectants. They will lie in the To: and Theresa address Puzio.It.'t'"t:whose residence 89th And Basketball Teams And Enjoy The FunEverybody

throw premature calves, often ashy s soil for long periods of time and ,Street New" York. N Y. .
You are hereby notified that a
breeders and freqently become will attack when conditions are quit for divorce
favorable. has been filed against you in the
sterile The disease is spread by
above named Court and caue and
contaminated food and water, flies, Vaccination of young animalsto you are required to serve a cope of

gnats infected bulls, on shoes of prevent blackleg and malig I,, your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the com-

visitors and other ways. nant edema is the treatment. Wm. D. Morgan 507 Clark Building -
Jacksonville, Florida
There is no cure for Bangs in Special Strain of Poultry end file the original In the office Out For The
cattle The blood test is the re I Usually we figure a hen is pay of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 26 day of April
liable way of detecting the diseasein ing off if she gives us at least 15 1954; otherwise the allegations of
your animals. The test of older to 18 eggs per month. Mrs BootsGreen said Complaint will be taken as confessed I
by you.
cattle or the vaccination of younger isn't satisfied with that This notice shiu bo published
cattle is free to you. The service kind of production. I managed to once each week for four consecutive i
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
and supplies are furnished by get a production report for just rnp I,
the Federal Government in their one week. Reports of longer pert i Dated this 20 day of Manh 'r,4 '
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby "
program to keep down bangs di- ods or the key of her program I Clerk of the Circuit Court
selse. I seems to be a secret of hers. ,By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. First Home Game Sat.
3264t416 i 3rd
Make your requests through our During that week her 12 hens I April

office between now-and April 10. produced 13 eggs per day. Thereis REGISTER NOTICE OFam."TIO FICTITIOIS \\.TO 1MB !I

Write, phone or visit us. You a thirteenth fowl in the flockbut Notice Is hereby given that the illl ,

should have your cattle tested. it is a rooster. This is certainly I I undersigned, under the provisionsof
I Chapter 20.933; Laws of Florida.
Two Troubles close Kin a flock of good fowls and Acts of 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Similar is nature and not fowl flock. You
just as a request for Dradford County State of Flori-
da, upon receipt of proof of publication .
of this notice. the fictitious
I name of Red Seal Elp'tricIachine:
Shop, under which I am engaged in BHS
Starke business, Fla.at 106 Washington St., vs. Ketterlinus

F. W. Graudon. general delivery .
Starke. Fla., solo OWMr.
Dated this 19th day of :March.
AD. 1954.: at Starke, Bradford
,eer'..., Florida
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>I:I I..Bradford.Court.. of mr.CH.\RG.Couaty the: Count,FOR tate Judge FINAL oC: Flori BRADFORD PARK 8:00: P. M. -- ADM: SOC STUDENTS 15

In re the Estate of Tenetta Shaw
| Tison Deceased. IX PROBATE :
i Notice is hereby given that John .
II. Powell filed his final report as '
Executor of the estate of Benetta I
(Shaw Tison, deceased, that he has .
filed his petition for final discharge I SAVE THIS SCHEDULE OF HOME GAMES
and that he will apply 4o the Honorable _,
Theron A Yawn, County '
Judge of Bradford County, Florida.
on the fifth day of April, 1154, for
approval of same and for final discharge

Penetta this 8th as day Shaw Executor of Tison March of, the deceased US(Estate. on of April 13 -- Lake City April 29 Palatka

John H. Powell Executor of .
Old Pictures the estate of Benetta Shaw
Newspapers Tison deceased.
. 3/11 4t (/2

NOTICE-TO APPEAR April 16 -- Bolles' April 30 -- Bolles

M. Circuit Court Bradford Coiiaty
Other Historical Items Florida laTkaacery.
Saraftl Thomas Sherwood. Plain

tiff.Defendant.Aotire vs.To Theresa Appear.Barbara Case No.Sherwood.10-:9i: April 20 -- P. K. Yonge May 4 Gainesville

To: Theresa Barbara Sherwood. .
Next July TILE TELEGRAPII Hill whose residence and address is: 47

be 75 years old. We are proud to Oviagton New Brunswick Avenue, ,New Haven Jersey Village, May 11 Green Cove Springs >

hold the title of "The Oldest suit You for are hereby notified that a

Weekly Newspaper in Florida
Divorce custody,
control and
Published Continuously Under The support of minor children "
Same Masthead." has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a of
To mark our 75th (Diamond your answer or pleading to the com
Jublfce) Anniversary we plan to plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney

publish a special edition of historical and T.file Frank the original Landrum In, the Starke office Fla.of This Space Sponsored by The Following TORNADO BOOSTERS Who Are Interested in
the Clerk
interest, reviewing, as best of the Circuit Court on ,
or before the 12 day of April,
we can, the growth and development '1954; otherwise the allegations
of The Great American ot Baseball
said Complaint Sport i
of Starke and Bradford will be taken as con
fessed by you.
County, at Hell as the Telegraph, This notice shall be published
since 1879. once ach week far four consecutive iI
weeks in the Bradford County Tel
We would like to have a representative -
Dated this 10 day of March, 195. I
collection of old of
pictures (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
personalities and places of StarWe Clerk of the Circuit Court

and Bradford in this Jubtiee County Edition.for publication The' Py Marian L. Crosby- Deputy 3/12 4t Clerk 4/2 Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co. Simpson-UrquhartPontiac

older the better! We are especially la Tfc> Circuit. Court Ot Bradford
"oaD'" Florida IB Chancery PYHOFAX GAS
interested in pictures of pre- James Cleveland Matne). Plaintiff, _
1900 intake, but they must be in vs. Margie Faye Matney, Defendant.

fairly good condition for repro Order Of Publication Case And No. -Notice 10-399 Charley E. Johns & Son
duction. Bring them in and let Margie Topp..rl Faye Stair Matne Of)..Florida whose residence To
us see what you ha\e. We Hill and address is: 22? 29th Koch Drug Store
Street. Newport News,
take Virginia.
good care of them and return You
are required to
them after using. April 12. 1954. in the above named on

\Ve would also appreciate it .if :{,seeks court divorce.and cause, wherein plaintiff Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage

"old timers" would search their publish this County Order Telegraph shall Starke Hardware Co.
in next four '
attics old trunks denser weekly issues. .
drawers, etc. and come up with Witness my nand and official I SPORTING; GOODS
old issues of THE TELEGRAPH. seal at Starke. Florida, this March
11. 1354.
We han in our files issues almost (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Edwards Grocery & MarketLawson's

complete back to 1900, and As Clerk of said Court
By Marian L. Crosby
some before that, but we would Zach II. Douglas 505 Lynch Build-Clerk
Florida Theatre
like to hate issues of the 1880's ing. Jacksonville, Florida.
Attys. for
Plf. I
and 90S, if any arc found. It 3/12 4t 4/J

would be a rare discovery, indeed.if NOTICE TO APPR4K STARKE'S LEADING Market

someone should come up with U Florida Circuit In (Chancery'oart, Bradford County, ,

Vol. 1, No. 1 the first issue of I Marie D'Elia. Plaintiff, vs. Anthony
N. DElid. Defendant I
TilE TELEGRAPH, published in
I Case No. .
189. In fact we would be !toplt'8tro Notice To Appear i I New Method Cleaners -
To: Anthony N
to get that particular ;;idence and address D'Elia.iL'nknown.: whose .res I ilardyBrothergMetorCo. !

iisue we would pay the person I r nit You for are hereby notified ttt: a .
bringing it in a reward of $:5. I i
custody and :
control of ,
:So" look around, folks. and see 'I Bas minor been child filed Harmon !
against you II! the Morgan
what you r me up with. Bring; you above are named required Court to and cause and Gib Brown's Service Station.
I serve
copy of
, jour "collector's items" in and your answer or pleading to the .
help us" make) this 75th Annhersar I I jomnlaint on the Plaintiff
Attorney T.
> Edition of THE TELEGRAPH I Starke. Florida
something to be prized for yeasto I and file the original in the office of Western Auto Associate Store
come.BRADFORD '1 i before Clerk the of the Circuit Court onoJr Denmark Furniture Co.

I 12:! day of April Itt; ; *
I otherwise the allegations of sail
Complaint will >e taken as confessHi -
by you.

COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone once This each notice week shall fOr four be consecutive published:: Ed Simpson- Gem Jewelry

I I 1 i iI:|I weeks graph in the Bndford County Tel. Starke Motor] Court .

Dated this It day of March. US{
29 Starke, Fla. 1,: IOFF1CIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj
I Clerk of the Circuit Court '

_. ._ By lUrian L Crosby Deputr '
n It T '= ==.___. Clerk =
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i I Church of Christ etnmmrmwYYYYYVV .TTTT.TTTTTT.T.......... I 1 ns, played a piano solo. Mrs. Mrs. Jim McCullough of Sampson I son. Harley Lynn.

I Maxwell spent the weekend with City were Sunday guests of the Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon
I Corner 10th and McMahoa HIGHLANDBy I
HAMPTON her daughter and family, the A. Lester McCulloughs. 'The occas- i Visited the Callaways in Gainea-

Preaching A. M. and 7:3i M. Burrises. sion was to see their m w grand- 'vine Saturday.
P.M. Mrs. Lacy Norman I I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I son attended a family birthday ;i
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t r each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. each t, I,dinner for Mrs. Dickinson at j i H. C. KELLY FOR SCHOOL BOARD I
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I Theressa Sunday.
1 IPresbyterian The H. E. McGee children have I
St. Edward's Church I Sunday. Worship services 11 a. m. the measles. I Mrs. T. F. Brown and Fran; DISTRICT ONE LAWTEY

r Church I Ij At The TabernacleMiss and 7:30 p. m. Prayer. meetingeach called on Mrs. D. W. Moore at Born and reared in Bradford County. Experienced -
I George Williams, our post
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Choir Starke Sunday.Mr. in School matters Has served
master has been ill with virus
j Friday, 3:30: p. m., Junior Choir Grace Carter of Tennessee Weekday :Mass 7:30 am practice each Friday 7:30: p. m. and I and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand as School Trustee. Presently serving as
laringitis. Mrs. T. F. Brown
practice. 7 p. m.. Youth Fellowship representing the Anglo-Egyp- Children's Class Saturday 11 Teachers meeting each Sunday Mrs. Geo. Williams and son.
''l his been substituting for her. I (ity Councilman at Lawtey here he has
)f Rally banquet at First Presbyterian tian-Sudan Mission, delivered an a. m. 6:30 p. m. Howell, were in Jacksonville Sat-
, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins and owned and operated his grocery store for
Church Gainesville. Program inspiring message at the Tabernacle Keystone Heights Our Revival closed Sunday evening urday.
daughter, Louise were in Jacksonville -" I 13 years. Believes in honesty and fair play
I : on "Missions in Mexico"Saturday Sunday morning.The (Women's Club) after a successful: week. Bro. Miss Josephine Thomas ofi I

J 9 a. m.. Business and i! 21st Anniversary service Sunday Mass 8 a. m. I Cutshaw brought interesting messages Sunday. Louise remained I Gainesville is spending a week at in public office.
r Senior will be held Friday night. April Confessions before all Masses. I with him from Tennessee. for a week. her home here. 'our Vote and Support Will Appreciated
, inspirational program I II '
O. W. I to his home Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain;
9. at 7 o'clock in the P. He returned
I High rally of Youth Fellowshipsof I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stick of (Pol adv. Pd for b>' H. C. Kelly)
Suwannee Presbytery, Gaines- Annex. A fellowship dinner and Church of God and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand I and son, Tommy, were recent visitors Jacksonville visited his sister Mrs ,

ville. ,informal program is scheduled Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Dinkins I in Fort Lauderdale.Mr. I Verna Young and boys on Sunday. ,: -
9:45 ., Sunday I for this occasion. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn and son, Lee, all of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jack Shoemaker!I Mrs. Vada Pope and baby son i :='--""-_::' ':: .-:-.', =:; 'if( :'::::, .: h -.-: ._ h .'_ :-.
Sunday : am
School. 11 a. m. Morning Wor- Among the many visitors com- ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening were visiting in our community,of Tallahassee were Sunday guestsof of near Starke spent Monday with I
Quarterly observance oflord's ing to see and study the famous Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service Sunday. the T. J. Alderman's. Mrs. Lester McCullough. ,

ship Supper. Communion message painting at the Tabernacle this Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet Happy Birthday to Albert Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Avery Dennisonand Mr. and :Mrs. Jimmy Swindell j

by pastor. 6 p. m., Youth' week were the following out- ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. man, Mar. 26, and Doris Pendarvis. Loren Brown were Sunday of Starke were Sunday guests ot Cook'sSTORE
Fellowship. Margaret Rose Dun- standing men: Dr. Lee Roberson. Lawtey Mar. 21. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I I the H. E. McGees. i iI !
of the Highland Baptist Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I :
pastor Gilliard I has returned
Starke. W. H. Griffin
can and Frances Caldwell hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vansan and near I ;
and the of Tennessee Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo !'
7:30 p. m.. Evening Wor-i Church president children of Callahan were in our I Alethia Williams and Bonnie,from Jacksonville where he spent
ship. I Temple' College both of ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m. community last week. I i(Nazworth entertained several of several days with his son. Percy. ;!

monthlY meet- Chattanooga. Tenn.. Dr. Tommy I I Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and ,their friends with a party Tuesday -,and wife. I Ij
Monday 8pm. Titcomb, for 40 years a mis- I Christian ChurchBible afternoon of last Mrs. Ena Nazworth shopped in1 I II
week the
of the Session in Sunday I son. Rudolph, of Heilbronn were I at j
ing ,
Africa. Dr. Darrell
sionary to !visiting the Lacey Normans Wed- Williams home. ]I Starke Saturday. j
School building '
regional director for South of School 9:45 a. m. Wor- I Mr. 1 Nazworth and
I nesday.E. I and Mrs. A. H. Perry and :Misses Earlene Ii |
the Sudan Interior Mission, and ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in Operated By Starling's Grocery; Management
,- Saturday
C. Harvey was a business daughters Ruth and Carolyn, and I Peggy Dyal spent I
1 lfS4 Tt! >Dr. Williams secretary of the I m. Prayer :Meeting each Wednesday visitor in Green Cove Springs'!Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Chason and i]I Daytona.Mr. Jacksonville Highway Plenty Parking Space
7:30 m. J. E. Sherwood,
.. ,_ organization.i p. Eiland and
i Tuesday and visited the Richard daughters. Frances and Loretta and Mrs. B.
Minister. II Starke Fla. Friday and Saturday
i I Sapps. were visiting in Glen Springs Sun-] two young sons spent Sunday ,
By Joe i Mark's Episcopal I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mrs. Lacey Norman thanks all ,day. ':afternoon with the Bruce Roarks. ':

I I Rev. Raymond tl MacBlaln I CHURCH I I fQr the donations and* gifts sent I Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCullough I i! Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon''
to her dad while he was sick. are rejoicing over the birth of a i and Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon
of Services School
I SUNDAYS I Sunday Morning Service 10 11 a.m.I a.nu I! Thought for today Let your.I son. Harley Lynn on March 25. I were in White Springs Thursday FREE With $5.00 Order or Over

II II 9:45 a.m.. Church School 11 Evening Service 7:30: p.m. conversation be without covetousness Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks,i i and visited the Stephen Foster;:

I a.m.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; Prayer Meetings Wednesaaj : And be content with such I I of Brunswick, Ga. called on her i|Memorial. i

I 6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv- night 7:45: p.m. Saturday night) things as we have. Heb. 13:5. I mother Mrs. Mamie Mead, last'.I' Walter and George Young sons Lbs.
5 Potatoest
o ice League. Friday. of Mrs. Verna Young, are nursing

lpo HOLY CO:>DIUNION FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I, HAMPTON I Mrs. W H. Maxwell attendeda I1 I the mumps this week. Walter :
3rd. Sun LAWTEY, FLA. CHRISTIAN CHURCH musical recital at the Wood has an extra load of troubleran
, 0 I 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. I
School Preaching Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship. stock Methodist Church in Jacksonville i nail in each foot
7:30 Sunday a. m.
day '
vJ a.m.FRIDAY I.I 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek<. Service 11 a. m ; Youth Program I Saturday evening Hei t Mi and Mrs Erni.- Souther- t=- -r :=: ::- .":"" >,:.i: -:::=:: '. : : : ,- 'c -,'
6:30: p m. Evening Service 7:30: I granddaughter, Miss Flame Bur land ot, Lake Butler, and Mi and
Meditation service Wednesday 7:3P m.
7:30 p.m. Litany & p.
--=- 8 Choir Rehearsal. I| A. E. Massey, pastor. MIII..i iiIfiiI!;_ to Lb
2 II p.m. j,i Bible School-10 A. M. -.'- -: ---- ---- .- -,. -_. -- -' -' "' -- ,!--..'. _.--'., .--,_._ _. ._ -, ,-- I l 19C

1) can Service 10 more cars a day CIU'RCH OF JESUS CHRIST ,I,,
since Suva learned to raise ththood' DAY SAINT WOOD 1.WS MISSIONARY I
Services each Sunday in old Masonic | BAPTIST CHURCH I Webbs
1\Lb Pkg
( I Hall on E. Calls St. Sunda r i| LAUTEY, FLA. i RICE \
We go to all extremes to give School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv j! 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. i

I ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. i preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43 prayer FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTONSong
you the best service in town. I : service 7 o'clock song services, --

Warrens I FILL DIRTGOOD I't:3O evening CHRISTIAN services.SCIENCE Service Begins At 8 P.M. i BEEF TRIpE WlSOnS-- 39C

I .
Park, Fla. -- --fj'C --

Super ShellTires TOP SOILSee I'day Sunday School service 11 a.m.11 a.m. Sun- Evangelist Harold Malcom o Gonzales TrioS I ::.'::--:: ;:: :.. :. : :: .::: : .::::" :,_: : '<_. ,_J--- ,:" ,

j Wednesday Evenings-.1st Wedi 6 Bottle Carton Plus Deposit
Dynamic Preaching Inspirational Singing h
i I nesday each month 8 p.m.

Washing Batteries- Lubrication BILL Transfer JACKSONJackson Compare \,'Community Public maintained cordially Center for invited.all Building services.Nursery -i I _. I Coca :Cola 1 7 i C

Phone 165 Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. I, tzq.

Phone 385 :Madison & :Monroe ; .
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" 1111 I l ALVAREZ' STORE Established Men's i Clothing d Ill I I'p.m.Sunday 11.Preaching BAPTIST a.m.School Training 7:30 10 CHURCH pja.a.m.Union Preaching Prayer 6:30': ],, ... ':; GRITS Plantation F Lbs 33c

I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. I .. .
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.'-. : .' _. '_... .- .' --.-- --: ,': = Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. I Plantation T Lbs
rL' r MEAL 33c
: p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor. j fr

I Sunday Scnool 9:45 a.m. Spe-

cial service by Rev. R. C. Crosbyat I t cial Doeskin i2 for

11 a.m. public invited. L. G :! i rr;' I TISSUE j 25cAny

I. .. .. II' Hemingway pastor.SEVENTH. (

I 1 1I \ ) \ 11/ ,.. .
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor DAYADVENTIST # I t .::. =.- <. 1--: : :' ':::- : :. ':.'-=: _'-.' '_'-" .-. =

I CHURCH __ __
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I Services each Sabbath in old I j __._ ,. :_ .. ,. _', ',','.-_ _, '_ ._ __ ._ '_" "ii i" =.-_ : '$ =" I Brand
I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath -
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Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130rflsflsflnflnnnssnssns :
School 2 p.m. Preachingeach

I second and fourth Sabbaths r
f 1'
J p.m. Elder tMosteit, pastor <
Sunday Sermons: 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M.: Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. MILK TU137C:

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. :\"eryont welcome.(4kjt.

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.:

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of Christ TO TilEIIERAI.D' 4NAtio OctagonDuz

Salute You OF TRUTh! a


ROMANS 16:16 SI'GG1; P.M. A total of 406 enlistee men and i Oxydol
27 officers of the 2nd Battalion.

124th Infantry including 71 men 11 Ivory Flakes
and 10 officers of Hq. & Hq. Company ,
In Starke West of Bus Station spent last weekend on the

Camp Blanding rifle range. The ._. ,, ., .
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EVERETT WILLIAMSON: MINISTER II(weather was ideal and a record From :"._ 'M'f'$. .. _< -'" .. ... __.., _" __ ..
'number of men fired the courses ..o,
!on the various ranges. i ..... .

Sermon: "Building Up The Church" No.: 1 Headquarters Company had 44 i
members fire the M-l rifle course,
with 17 cf them qualifying for STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES .
.riflepadges. About half of the per- 29c
\sonnel the were mem-
Sermon: "Building Up The Church" No. 2 | firing course who f Just imagine! All the materials for an extra
I leers of the unit have joined
j since last summer's field training room delivered right to your door step in one

Bible Study Wed Night 7:30 P.M.NOTUCE :at Fort McClellan Ala. Pfc. Del- All l budget package Materials include: framing .
j mar J. Williamson was high scorer lumber cheating asphalt roofing shingles $: ::'<
;: ,for the !unit with 170 points out of clapboards (or equal) siding predeeorated

a possible 200. R panels all ready to install flooring sub floor Lb

"Most of the experienced person- ATERIALS ing sash paint -- cement hardware WEINERS$ 29C

nel will fire on oar next outing ; the works right down to the last nail.

'May 8-9." stated Robert W. _

Drake the Company First Ser- Approx. Tow Pick It Out We'll Pack It ('p

geant. LOGNALb 19C I
50 You can get an idea of what you want from the
It has repeated!l.\ been brought to our attention by Two men an the machine gun-
indhiduaU who are under the imp region that UHF i is range from Company E, Ocala re- $13 many decorator designed models pictured in our

uusatKf4tor in thi- area that Channel 36 i-n't on .ceived slight bruises from splinters Per Month plan: hooks. We'll show you how you can do some -- -
of rock which richocheted from. of the work and recommend Fresh Lb
full po\\er. These assertions are ineorrect. Channel yourself! a carpenter
the area. Only medical attention MULLET 23C I Ij'
36. WJII rTi., on full power and is being receivedsatisfactorily I target required was a Bandaid. No Down Payment to do the more difficult jobs.

by dozens of our customer "No one received a serious injury Stop in we'll give you details on FHA modern ., !
Unfortunately, it cannot fcr received beneficially as reported." said Warrant 3 Years T 0 PayPhone ization loans. No obligation. -_ :.'_:.'_:::_: :':.lt':.; :_o -._ "- : .-. '''_

'IOfficer W. A. Kinard Unit Ad-
with an installation of the lowest cost.V* can howe ,ministrator. Company E. While They Last Limit 2 Doz :

er. with a modVrate-y pitreu antenna !oott"111I'.in;; ,
No drill was held last Monday O
only finest materials and superior technique,. giuranteeworthwhile '
,night following the weekend train- 45
reception.Ve offer a free demonstration i iirg. The regular scheduled drill! ,

with no obligation. ;will be held Monday night. April OurRepreseltatire EGGS 39cL

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD RADIO TVRadioTS'UpholsteringSeat 1 On the promotion list last week

,were: Stanley dark, Gary Garner, i Will{ Call Phone15 Washington St. at S A L. Depot
Covers Charles Kelly Thomas L. Moore, I i .
Charley G. Norman and Vernon L. ': On You Starke, Fla :',::: .:" _=' _= 7 :::: = : : : : _: _' .- .'
T)ston. aU!! promoted from Pvi.-1 to'

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Plea Day Held I I F. Judd Children's Group I NOTICE OF I\TEXTIO\ MIKE.- )filed his petition for final discharge.

Nine To Play First Home Game Mrs. Flynn HoldsI Shirley Meets Week Early APPLICATION DISCHARGE FOR FINAL !and orable that Theron he will A.apply Yawn.to the County Hon-

By Judge Yawn \ Gets Citation I. Court of the CommtT dgt. Judge of Bradford County, Florida
:1 I Bradford C.u.ty. Stale .( Fl.rfd on the fifth: day of April t)"4, for
The Bradford County Childrens .. approval of same and for final discharge -

I Saturday Night With Ketterlinus 1 Charges of "driving while in- I j Robber At BayContinued For Good Work I committee will meet Monday Apr. I In re the Estate of Befetta Shaw as Shaw Executor Tison.of the deceased Estate JD.ifPenetta

toxicated," and "passing a stopped : 'j 5. at noon in the Methodist recreation Tison, Peceased. IX PROBATETO .this 8th day of March 1554.

This Saturday night at 8 o'cl ck'Bradford's '| seven hits, but they were well school bus," constituted the I ( from page one I I hall. This meeting is being Notice ALL WHOM is hereby IT MAT given CONCERN that John: John IL Powell Exec.it"r "or

baseball nine will clio! majority of cases heard on plea I 'I' held one week early due to the H. Powell filed his final! report as the estate of Benetu haw;
bat-I Tison deceased.
Two walks hit
j I scattered. a Exedutor
day, Wednesday at the courthouse to twist them together and start Pre-Easter services. I j ; of the estate of Benetu
max a full week of playing when Shaw Tison deceased: that he has 3 1: ft t 2SAT.
.1 jter! and a couple of infield errors County Judge Theron A.j the motor.
they make their first home appearance -' ktE
of the young season I enabled P. K. Yonge to tie the Yawn presiding. I I Sheriff Reddish said that Kel- Den 3 Cub ScoutsDen

G. R. Andrews pleaded not" lum had been __.
Ketterlinus High of St. score and surge ahead. seen at the Pelican
against 1 guilty to a charge of driving while i Club earlier :: 3 Cub
Dewayne Elder nicked Bernie I Saturday night. He met at the 1
Augustine. ,
Parrish, PKY pitcher for the I intoxicated on :March 29. out under was in the company of Billy Pow- home of their Den Mother Mrs a MON. ONLY
Coach Hurst's boys chalked up a bond of $150; case transfer- .
I ers and Harry Thomas, who said
their first win against Lake City Tornadoes' only hits. Elder got 'red to the trial calendar. \Vilma Dockstader. on Thursda>,

Tuesday afternoon, 13-3 and lost two hits, but was left strandedon I'; Don Gutherie Attleboro Mass., that Kellum left and they did not March 25, and the following of- ,

to P. K. Yonge last Friday after- base: Buck and Davis scored charged with passing a stopped see him again. I fu-eis were elected: Charles I WASHCLOTHS

noon, 32.Power the Tornadoes' only runs. i i bus; failed to appear and $35 bond Powers who was sent to the
Marianna Industrial School Torode, Denner; Buddy Matthews.
forfeited. I sev-
Thursday night the Tornadoes i iplayed i
at the plate. with men
and Harold E. N. eral years ago after setting fire ; Gene Wiggins j
on base, has been the Tornadoes' Gainesville High there Hesley Canetola. ; Scribe.
to his mother's house Starke. 1
weakness but against Lake City, next Tuesday they travel to Y., failed to appear on the same near 1I I
Palatka. charge as did Jerome E. Borgos and Thomas were picked up later I Funny books were made by the 1 1I
the cut loose with a barrageof
boys N. Y. C., Orlo Martague Warren, that night by police in Gainesville | Cubs to send to the Veterans {
12 hits to score runs.
(I Bradford County, and Clem Boat- and charged: Thomas with being 'Hospital at Lake City. ,
Bucky Buck banged out a home i i Cattlemen Meeting intoxicated and j -- Gene
I wright Jacksonville and bond of ,, Powers with driving Wiggins, Smbe \
run and a single, but Sidney Jackson ''Held Last Friday ,$35 forfeited in each case. j without license.

got three singles In five times 1 Eugene Van Dyke and Stanley i i The sheriff said that Kellum Infant Haynes

at bat to lead his mates at the I The Bradford County Cattlemen !Bennett failed to appear to an- j came here recenMy! and had been I S

plate.' Akridge got a double anda Association met last Friday nightat swer the charge of driving while'i staying at the John Crews home I David Lamar Haynes infant son 1st Qual.

single as did Eulie Rushton. I intoxicated and bond of $150 was !;! ot Di and Mr., L. 1
the Lions Den. Despite a slim in the Heilbronn section. A check Haynes Jr I
Lavon Lewis got two singles and ,forfeited, and notice sent to author-j tE died 4 Limit
ensued [:with authorities in Newnan. Ga Thursday/ April 1, in St _
Randal Davis got a single also. tttendance. a good meeting :ities to pick up their driver's Vincent's
"I: did not throw any light on his Hospital. Jacksonville
the membership as the licenses: Emory Townsend
started on -
Edgar Akridge appeari
I identity. and the sheriff said it Rev. T. G. Mitchell.. nastnr_ of. I
andwt'nt :ed to answer the same charge, and I Airman 1-c r --- 1
mound for the Tornadoes main topic. i Shirley F Judd son Lake
the Shore Methodist Church will l
was i
for five innings giving up after a hearing was fined $150 or !: possible youth was going of Mr and Mrs D A Judd of : JERSEY [
I L. O. Hazen joined the senior II under conduct graveside
but one hit. Wallace Rivers relieved ]90 days in the county jail and !I Idriver's an assumed name since he Rt 2. Starke has- been named services in C
organization, and two junior members had no identification papers on Crosby Lake Cemetery.
license revoked. i iI ii "Maintenance:
him and to j Man ol the Month"at
Tiitless ball for managed three innings.pitch I Tommy Hamilton and Glenn i Noon Bradley Jr. charged with I his person. Carswell AFB. Fort Worth i
Conner, were enrolled. Dues are I' i But to get back to Mrs. IIOSPITALDmSSIOXS
Flynn Texas. The
possession of moonshine, failed ia\\ award was made by
Last afternoon Edwin Gown
$5 per year for the senior, and : she wasn't just kidding when the The following patients were admitted -
Johns went five and two-thirds appear and bond of $50 was for-I commanding in recogni- 1 I
$2.50 for the juniors. '!feited. I she boasted to Kellum of her tion of Judd's contribution "to the to Doctors Clinic Hospital
innings before being lifted for i during the week Mrs. Nita
past :
I I prowess as a sharpshooter. She .combat effectiveness :
County Agent George Huggins | Alfred Hilts charged with having of the Stra-
P K. the
Akridge. Yonge won : Andrews :Mrs. Jacqueline Hall.
no driver's license and i:learned to handle firearms some tegic Air Command
reckless through
game in the 6th inning with two :and Pat Miller are to prepare theI personal ;Mrs. Margaret Brown Ray Net-
driving forfeited bond of $25 I years ago while she and her, attention to duty and out- .
on '
runs, scored without benefit of a I food for the next meeting which I ties, Mrs. Daisy Stewart. W 0 Slight Irreg. -
each charge by husband were living in Honolulu. standing performance of his job."
hit. Johns gave up a total of will be held April 30. nonappearance.John Collins Sr., and Mrs. Je.sie Thomas -
Hubert I After some trouble with the natives -, Airman Judd has
Sanders Ft. Myers' successfully : S
all of Starke; Mrs. Blanche 1 Limit
"- charged with improper passing, did the commandant of the completed examinations for entry j Bailey. Grandin; Mrs. L. F. GrlfI _
not appear and forfeited $25 bond. I station where Mr. Flynn was into Officers' Candidate School and
fis Raiford Mrs.
; Gladys Abe
George Pastelle, reckless driving i serving instructed all personnel ,was recommended as being "alert. | r-
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE i nathy, and Oliva Charion. Hamp-
forfeited $25 bond. i to teach their womenfolk to handle aggressive and unusually con- ,ton.

Jack Woods improper license !a gun. Mrs. Flynn went out on 'scientious in the performance of C

tag forfeited $50 bond. the rifle range and learned to be any duties assigned him. The officer CORRECTION Anklets I

1JSJII7H* Okey Householder, Lancaster proficient with both rifle and in charge of his training said:
Ohio I' i "The initiative i The fish fry and
reckless driving forfeited I pistol. Last Saturday morning i and leadership political railv

$75 bond. shown by Judd have been of 1 at Baldwin town hall on April 3
;, this trainirg. at long last paid off. ma-
Eddie Lee Hampton. chargedwith I terial assistance to his squadron in I Us being sponsored by the State.

non-support of minor children -i -the accomplishment of its main- County and Municipal Employees \

RjoTELEVISON case continued until Hampton -Fred Conway tenance mission." j Local No. 1483 instead of by StateI

gets advice from lawyer. Will Leave Soon I Road Department, employees as Odds & Ends

Methodist Pastor '!preViously announced through er
For Alaskan Post
Lions Schedule
And Family i Floyd Cone S No Limit

',,11 '" _
Sales New Talent ShowPlans Arrive ThursdayRev.

1 and Servicensspp Robert D. Sommer. recent W.C.T.U."WINE .

have been announced by associate pastor of the First We Exchange
.. IS
__flsflflSSssS rsflssfls=s flsJrn. rAng the A MOCKER,
Starke Lions
Club for their Methodist Church of St. Petersburg
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Second Annual Talent Show to beheld has assumed the pastoral- STRONG DRINK"< IS RAGING: ) h We Refund

rr Friday night. May 7, at the duties of the First Methodist : ED THEREBY NOT WISE." I We Satisfy

BHS stadium. Clifford L. Currie, Church of Starke replacing Rev I (PROVERBS 20:1)) _

chairman of the event stated T. G. Mitchell who was transferredto

Sell It Rent ft Trade It vation that receipts on the will club's be sight used for conser-carrying ,. Jacksonville.Mr.Lake Shore. Methodist Churchin :' WISDOM GOD THAT LET GIVETII HIM ASK TOLL OF 117 W.CalISt... A )

Airman 2-c Frederick
program. Conwayis .
Sommer and
family; moved MEN LJ ER.ULAS'D {'p. f
Acts will come from schools spending several weeks' leave
into the
: parsonage on Church ERAIDETH NOTND IT Starke. _
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow throughout the county and prizes with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. j Street Thursday. He preachedhis SHALL BE GIVEN HIM."

will be awarded on the basis of Lacy Conway before reporting to' first sermon here last Sunday. (JAMES 1:5)). Fla, N

Good Results Easy To Place I ithiee age groups: under 9 years; I ja California port of embarkationon I II I then returned to St. Petersburg to

{ from 10 to 13; and from 14 up. April 23 for duty in Alaska.' |move his family here. .

| Judges will come from out of: Conway took his basic Airman's'' ,e -
'I IIl'k
A ; = .l : r-
: =
community-wide = =
20 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION .. 50c i town. I I course at Lac&larid AFB San Antonio i for the new pastor will be reception held in __ ._ _.__ _ __

EACH ADDITIONAL VORD 2c ,I Those desiring to enter the contest Texas and then went to': tne recreation building of the'

DISCOfST! OF 15 PER CENT OV TWO OR MORK INSERTIONS! i should contact the principal Lowfy AFB. Del V'er. Colo for 20 I| church on Wednesday night at
of their school. weeks of specialized training in ;
I ; ;8:30 o'clock.jRed .
::It' ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS :NOT PhD ADVANCE II I electronic fundamentals. He is. I I.I.I i

Conway will report to Parks 1 Is Extended; IS
:, i I AFB California before leaving for'I Quota Half Reached IT UNLAWFUL

I'his new station in Alaska. ,
I E. T. Shull announced yesterday j 1
.IN LAKE LOCHLOOSACOM1 Mrs. Junius M. Smith chairmanof
<: TONORMtN1 I I Da yon want a nice little IS ,that he moved his. plumbing and :
FISh CAMP acre ..om..U"l with a i.u K komr, iBad Check Artist the current Red Cross Drive !
business from its locationon
"" .t: UAE.ERl'TIII'G FOR' modem roBteelearro. eight min.nte heating 'announced this week that the fund ,
TilE FISHKHMA!* I of Markef HUh, dry, skadyjcroaadii Temple Ave. to his residence:Hooks Three Here I II
4t 4/2 plae timber 4OO feet ;, raising campaign would be ex-.
I roatlBK OM I. S. 301. Thus U not on Lafayette St., effective April ]!,I tended until For Person Persons in
i Three Bradford County business i i April 15. Total raised Any to Engage
FOR SALE-Frame house on Pine a Kite away but you ran hair it 1. He plans to construct a warehouse i or
St. off Alton Road. 2 lots. City fur what it In woftk, wltk reaonablr i establishments I Stefanelli's Grocery so far is $1,532; the goal is
.. and office at the new loca-!
I .
mater and lights bath complete. term* l Rembert Carradine's TrailerPark 2545. I II
if desired. See J. W. i 'tion in the near future. j
Terms Thomas oa premises. 4tp 4/28 Ideal far poultry, fruit. andYncetablm I and Strickland's Landing : I j Mrs. Smith reported that a sum I
Business Under A
or nltrf'mrBt.l_ I were the ictim's of worthless Fictitious Name Unless
I :
Ueriaile commercIal possIbIlItIes, POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS : |of $54 was donated toward the
RADIOS REPAIRED j I j checks recently. Each check was' drive by Bradford School personnel

All Hake* All Model A. J. THOMAS :I for $42.60. I'under Charles Partin principal.

anl.ulll" c-lIarlree p.r.at...! I Richard Bennett Frostproof, I And that the colored section di- The Name Is
cn.,&. I1. SHEPHERD RKIL ESTATE DEALER :.NOTirK has been apprehended by Sheriff H. Registered
7M W. Call Si. Stark ?k. =-1 Jut '1'.pl..e.. Telepfcooe 214 1 hear there are rumors over the 1 ; ''vision turned in $196 on a goal of
Clarke, Florida county that I am a blind man: not P. Gordon Polk County and is
capable of taking care of the duties in the Bartow County Jail under I I $3,00, in a campaign directed by
Unfurnished house. Inquire i JI Commissioner. I "want totell I .
FOR RE l fur 'ounty bond of $1,275 in connection with .Ann Hume.
Station. tf
at Bus the people of Dradford County
I LETUJ. D. ODOM" JR. that I did have serious eye trouble the case. j Mrs. Doyle Conner Civics chairman 0

COME AND SEE I HANDLE A.NIt! YOIRCAITLK HUGS I last year, but with the help of uur'gu"d I Irvin Robbins owner of Robbins i Junior Woman's Club, reported -
Lord and doctors, I can see ,
This Special Sale on blooming Azaleas low- SALES 1 again. i Department Store on Call Street,, I the results of the house-to- .
all at amazingly Lit Oak Each Medaeadayl.alaeotllle
of sues
prue. 10 to 11 in., 100 for $t. Large Karh Friday I{ I am fully qualified to take rare ',]also was the victim of a worth touse collections and also the
blooming Aialea& 50o. lie. $1.00 I of the duties of County Commissioner I 'I Read This Florida Law"It
each. FOR S.\I.E-HII Highway 301 Gar-. and will put forth every effort less check for $63.34.J. workers who participated.
:.for the good of the people and taxpayers :
GARDENS denia. IS district Mae
BELVEDERE AZALEA rooms income property j Northyst : $51.81;
i of Bradford
P. O. Bos 165 Earlton. FU. A-I condition. All furnishings, except -; !' Your and County at alltimes. S. Norman III i Mersereau chairman Marion
: vote support will ;
Earle Collins personal furniture included. shall be unlawful for
Pauline ,be any person or persons, as defined herein to
: deeply appreciated. ,
$13.000 or best offer Open foi Ritch, Marilyn Firth. Norma
I inspection :Mrs. K (:.an.e. General i{ Gerald Sincerely Adkins., I Friends of J. S. (Buddy) Nor i' Adams. Madge Chasteen. Opal engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -
2 and Deliver, Starke. Fla.:
Koli bath I1E-iT'abins.furnished or unfurnished. j :2tp 4 :!: ':, FOR SCHOOL> -HO till) i man, member and former chair MsAlile, Dean Sewell Kitten Con- without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

I'inhurst court Keystone High- I I DISTRICT ,,'1\ E (man of the county School Board.1 1 ner.
Telephone 17-R1-1. 4tp 4/3 FOR RENT" -Apt. No. I. Three com i clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
way. | fortable furnished rooms and bath'j| I hereby announce my candidacy will regret to know that he suffered Southeast district: $21.13: Emily
I electric ; i, fur member of the Bradford 'ounty stroke of : is, with registration shall consist of filing with the
for I .Kitchen air conditioning!. 'School Board. District Five (North a paralysis three! Finney chairman; Ernestine Den- clerk aforesaid an affidavit .
FOR couple RE-iT-Furnh.ht'd or with one child. Also 'I Mrs if desired. U :M, Clark.shady Rt lawn.1. Box Adults!-(',. |, Starke, subject in May.to the DemocraticPrimaries ;'weeks ago and is still seriously r i 1' mark.: Doris Vickers Muriel Gay, : I signed by all interested persons, staging under oath the names of
'ill ,
two bedroom at his home west of
redecorated one or East Starke. I mile from Call St Lawtey.
apartments. Desirable. Close in. bridge on Bessant Rd. tfch ; \ I and am a native son; property owner :Millie Haynes. Dot Sheppard. i all those interested in the business; enterprise, the extent of the interest
: parent; memoei 01 tue Ame .
Starke. tfchg
:2U1 W. Madison. ( | Maureen Holly. Sonya Anderson.
FOR S.\l.E-I Computing 1)aytoiScales. I' lean Legion Rotary, P.T.A.; president JOHNS THANKS PUBLIC i of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried
I of the Band Parents Association Northwest district12.20; Marii -
FORLEHot..to\.... good as new Point$ISO;Apartment; or will I I! inspet-lion. Good lireen's condition(;ro'cry will Storethg pas! I 1 ; and a graduate of Bradford I would like to express my appreciation i i Ivn Roberts, chairman: Vivian I I on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring
trade for garden tr h'ur. Tom I j County High Sc'huul.I I to the patrons and em
Norman III. S, Box {;-l'. Behind I \ support: Petter School Buildings ployees of the Starke post OffiCE: Harley, Betty Ingram Patsy sil- to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Bradford Furniture ,'0. Stp 4i: I Full RENT-Furnished apartment I Safe Transportation. Qualified : cox, Edith Biggs Dolores Fogg.
I i 334 N. Cherry St. Itcht; !,Teachers. Playground Equipment for their cooperation and con their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four .
: |Care and Repair of i'.uildmgv. More Minnie Lou Patray.
FOR mall HEST-AUra.tive gxragr apartment with T.V. !nut SALE CHEAP-One 35-lb: cot. I Education per.. Dollar of C-t sideration during the 15 month f Southwest district: $35.84: i (.1)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper a$ defined by law in the county t
Heasonublr j'; Y..urot. and suppmt( n i 111!I I.edeepl that I served as acting postmasterS. '
connections, for couple tton mattress; "0 ;55-lb.;;; oottoi where
i said r'egistration
Inquire at West End OSroer mattresses; one 3-lier{ table, oni. | > applet lated R. Johns Jr. Martha Yancy chairman; Jo Ella is to be made, and said registration shall not be i

,' \ tf I walnut drop-leaf table; one flaI t'T' ____ T I..hi.! Hardy. Betty Deas. Barbara accepted by the clerk of the
,, d_.U'..."" _"nn.._ ...aiv..1.n... ,U''h".r___ _R..as..nale. e.__ ..nI Norma circuit court except upon receiving proof of
Barksdale. Bolton
Joyce ,
M ANTED Yard man t.> take care I 2-iece| antique walnut bedroom such publication.i
of grounds. 615:>> :McMAhone.: tfrbgt'EAL'TIFI'L set It. MacBlain.. :"Or.: A A-I Currie Marian Long. Anne Devlin
'I| Church St. Up Values Freda Judd Hansen MacMillian.
Ui."d"ill Bibles. National King LOST-Dark red ladies coin pur.-r Dolores McKmght Jewel Noegel. If

iJ James T\u-e Version Record.Many with Family family and containing please return about to Or$3:Fetus.;50.; Finder unite Connie Noegel. Peggy Neal Louise. you are engaged in business under any name

helps with full key to Bible in I IU Stem. Jean Thomas. Seleta
(.urdanie One-fourth off regularl Thomas. i

pro l -,'nt during at EaMer April. Call Wonderful at 313i FOR loud SALE termsV.-Six room. S. house Sibley,on phonei lake USED CARS Total collected from residences other than and have had this

'. O Box 321: i 3SiI Keystone Heights. Up within city limits: $154.93.Of your own, not name
$iarke. Fla. :2tp 4' 0Koi .
FOR lt1TThr..t' room apartmentprivate the total $196 reported by

: n"ST.ur: nM.iti furnished i bath and entram-e. lug colored workers. $101 was raised
hou-.f t 4I| S Water St. ItchgKOK shady yard. Adults only. :Alr.-
i Errol Alxarez. 6 d2: Lafayette M and TRUCKS by a team under the direction of properly advertised and registered we will be :

II-XT-d..d..rn furm.-hrd cottage Up! C. C. Anderson principal of the ,
on lake also two farmhouses
very reasonable V. S. Sib- ,FOIl SAL"on. acre land with deepSetli Lawtey colored school. Workers t
Icy I hone :3>5!, Keystone Heights. \ pump. Just off Highway ;JO''i I INoilh who helped hiia were Z. P. Jennings -
Kl.t Up of Town about I'' miles out S OPEN 7:30 A. M. Till 5:30 P. M. ; glad to all Information
i Mrs. Errol- Avarei. Upt M. W. Turner. A. B. Anderson you necessary as to I II

.'.-1 ()o\1: HOI/SI partly furnished. I t and E. L. Burney.
fvr rent Highway SOl across FOR SU.E-F'ur and 6 week old
fii-m Morgan's barber chop. C. I heavy breed chicks 35e each or $32: '
l>.t..fh Itchg I I per l-'O Inquire at Bob Sen lie' ANDREWS\ MOTOR COMPANY IN MEMOKIAM
what should
Station at the State FarmerMarket. -
Knit KENT-Dwelling of :t Bo.>d : Starke. Fla. Itp In loving memory of my beloved I you :

rooms on edge of town. Route 16. ,. I husband who passed away one
P. n l>otson (Star!> $1,000. 1 mile North of : year ago April 4. I miss you so '
Hull KENT-J-room furnished apt. I La\vte on 301 and 4 mile east. MADISON PHONE: much the sweet memories of you

Large with tile"ncl kitchen sd back and vaM private! aduUa bath. ,I Inquire on premises. Up Pl I will always live in my heart. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I
And ADAMS 118
or couple with small child. 537-W, LOST-One Internal Revenue Department Loving wife Annie Schofield. .
''''II St.. or phone 1U.J Itchg Official Receipt Pooknmewhere i
I in Starke Tuesday.Mar. .
AVAllEHOl'SE FOR HF.XT'nnt" :30. Please return to Bradford BIRTHS
Oreen's Orocerv torp. 2lrhg 419 County Telegraph Up !< Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Griffis of

VRc.ini'RES"-Fnrnod ,.,.,.. ,(FOR SALE-Se\eral thousand field. fim | STARKE. FLA. I A-I Raiford announce the birth of a .. !
two -droom. toilet ..howliehts grown t..n' It.> I""n'" y-s 1 I' daughter, Yvonne Gail. on March < -- -- -- '

.K- Ilghli-y Liine and water 1.1. $H"0\per 4.4 mo Hi t I Lu M..re.>n,. L>eii 205 N Water St., near-:., 22 in Doctors Clinic Ho pitl.'s \. ._ 1: ;; --.J --:: : _:] : : : I


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