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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE STAIlKE FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 5, 1954 NUMBER THIRTY-POUT.;
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I 1\U',_ : J Cattlemen Will% Ask Special No Fence 1 j Kick-off Will Launch '




Law For Bradford %With Referendum .



A resolution calling for a spec- :session, Ur. E. W. Cake marketing Johns' Campaign Here

+ iaj Bradford County No Fence Law \ specialist with the Universityor I

4Li was passed at the last Friday ionaa< Agricultural Extension 1

night meeting of the Bradford Cattlemen service, spoke briefly. praising

a Association. If enactedinto worth Honda as one of the most I Acting Thousands Expected At Big Fish Fry

taw by the legislature all favorable regions in the countrytor Governor !

owners of stock In the county the production of beef cattle. I I

: would oe obliged to fence their tie suggested the gradual improvement Rally And Patbde Friday Afternoon

:4L_, stock in, and would be liable for of herds by tae use of Renounces Bid 1
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1-Mlnute Photos by the Telegraph any damages to the property of Improved brood cows feetorj I l4rIU ww ue in me iimeiignitoday

:others.. regardless if that property calves through the winter en supplemental with politicoes from all eec-

Plans for raining Bradford County's S2.M5 lUxl Cross quota were was fenced or not. grazmg and good quality For Full Term Ministers Invited lions of ilonda meeting here lor

out lat Friday night by Sirs. Juntas M. Smith (center above), I The resolution adopted unan- roughage. The objective he To Sit On Stand the mammoth kiCkoff rally or

mapped annual fund drive. Seated with Mrs. Smith b Jerry :jlmously except for one ballot 1 said, should be to market stock Acting Governor Charley E. Johns
chairman of the that grades at least commercial, AD ministers in Bradford in :IllS campaign for the unexpired
personnel in the drive are that said 1 don't know, was referred !I Acting uovernor Charley I!;.
O. Gay chapter chairman, and other key to a committee named by and some good. Johns announced Tuesday that if ], County are Invited to set on the I I two-year tern of the late Van Mccarty.

(left to right) R. C. Kent area representative; MIsS Lillian Stump I Cattleman President J. Maurice lr. Cake was followed by Clyde I I ne is elected to serve out the un- platform with Acting Gov. .
B.
W.
treasurer; Jatk Trawiok, volunteer; Mrs. Gien Duke, publicity; Kdwards Jr., to draw up the Murphree, Extension specialist in I[F expired term of the late Gov | J Charley E. Johns as he opens festivities will get under way

Sewell, advanie glft ; and Mrs. E. A. Hall, executive (secretary. I measure in suitable form for introduction Outlook, who said that beef prices I\ jan Mccarty, he will not run for a'I his campaign for Governor at about 4:4;> p.m. with a parade ot

Bin. Smith said that quota were allocated to the various oonunit-I at the next session of seem to be stabilized now, with no tour-year term in 19ob' Bradford High School Stadium. bands from Starka and other

tees In the county, and an attempt will be made to complete solicita the state legislature. The cattlemen evidence of going lower, except for jin mailing his announcement Friday night, March 5. locales.

I. agreed to have a referendum normal seasonal variations. For tne Governor said: "I don't know inc gigantic 'free fish fry will

UoabyMarchl5. clause tacked onto the measure.At lower quality beef, this means I what the Constitution means nor [ begin about 5 p.m. at the Bits

the present time the state- prices wul reach the peak this I could 1 guess what the Supreme athletic field where some 26 huge

I wide No Fence law prohibits stock spring and the low mark next fall Court would do with the legal Will Make Run Kettles will turn out tried fish and

All Aid AppealsTo City To Speed trom roaming at will on state- with the heavy movement to market question Of whether the person hush puppies for the expected

maintained roads, but does not, in ot cattle off grass. elected to linish the present term As Conductor throng of thousands.

effect force stock owners to : Murphree saw nothing especially is'engine' lor election to the succeeding I '
I, Acting Gov. Johns 1 1l'ne nose In charge of the big event
Clear Through Sewer Extension fence their stock In. The cattlemen disturbing In the long-term picturecue tour years. To Miami Rally were anxious to nave two points
I maintain that roaming hogs to a predicted check in cattle I .
.out i know and the people ot clearly understood:
are rooting up and causing widespread numbers and a constant increase I supreme Court recently de- i
damage to in u. S. population. this state know that the spirit and cnnea to rule at this time on in spite or contradictory reportsto 1. everybody U cordially invit
Board To New Area I II pastures. intention of those who wrote the the contrary Acting Governor ed. And that
Welfare I "Under the present set-up we fcight, additional members whether the man elected this yearto means JUst what it
Constitution to forever make
was J!;. Johns will make-nra annual -
Charley says -
nave all the restrictions of the no Orvil Culver. A. H. Harley, Jr., serve out the Mccarty term KVKKYBOUlf. No mvita-
I 1 impossible the control of this state to Miami Saturday -
I rence law but none of the benefits Lloyd Green, L. D. Green, W. F. would t>e tarred from a four-year railroad run tion. card or any other gimmick la
Full speed ahead on the pro by.: political machinery or chicanery member of the
decision reached I a
Aa a result of a ," one of the cattlemen said. Cooley. Foster Shi Smith W. S.Ibley I term or his own by the constitutional morning necessary to attend this public
to extend sewerage facilitiesto and 1 know that spirit and Intention here
Commissioners gram family told U1e Telegraph event.
by the County Large AttendanceLast L. J. and Lester Kite prohibition against the governor
housing development can be served best by
new
at Uiir rtgular meeting last Monday a.proposed J-Trdayfc-'xneeUng, held in paid their dues at this "me ting, preventing being-eligible for re-elec Wednesday. z. The crowd will be fed with a
tne election of
all welfare applicants will In was ordered at the the Lions Den drew the largest bringing the total membership in any gover- tion. me same information was given minimum of waiting. An adequate
nor tor more than four
the future be referred to officialsof Tuesday night meeting of the attendance since the cattlemen in- the association to 30. years. uovernor Johns recently an- this paper try SAL agent: X. M. number of serving tables will be
1 want to make it
the State Welfare Board, at City Council. Bids are to be ask- augurated their monthly supper Membership dues are $5 annually perfectly :smith: wno Ala the pa engeragent set up so that multiple lines can
Clear now that if 1 am elected to nounced the appointment of his
which time It was decifled that ed for as soon as possible on the I, meetings. Wives of the cattlemen, which includes a subscriptionto serve the remainder of this term son Jerome, as his state campaign in Jacksonville had notified: oe served simultaneously with no
welfare funds would be construction of. new sewers and a as well as Junior Cattlemena Assn. the Honda Cattleman's Maga that Johns would be abo&rt the 1 |oeiay.
all county state
that i will not t>e a candidate for manager. headquarters have
turned over to the state group for,I Iadm1JUatraUon. lift station to service a subdivision ,'members and their wives were in zme. Anyone wishing to join the the succeeding term. been opened in Jacksonville. silver: Meteor Saturday morning *"or the few WhO do not like

The step was on the Prevatt property on I II attendance.following. association is invited to attend the and that tne train would top In I nan the school will operate a concession -

that I west side of Starke. under the next March btarke at Vttz: &.m. : [ stand
taken because it was felt. I the lengthy business meeting on Friday wnere hot- don.--..-,
assistance to those In consideration by Demetree Build furpose of the stop here' Is to hamburgers, and drinks will be

more need real would be effected by ers. Inc., Jacksonville. 1 I Teachers Band ConcertSet permit anyone who wu&a to 801... This is an independent concession -

this dire step. AU applicants for wel- W. C. Demetree and J. W. Apparent Low Bidder Is Announced County make the trip to Miami with the with all receipts going to

Miss Acting UOvemor to boalth! the school it was said..111e
to the builders.

fare Marian will Stubba.be referred unit supervisor. Quailey.were present representing and urged utmost On To Meet Scheduled For Mar. 12On train at in 3M btarke.p.m., It in plenty is due of;n time Miami with. a ktcK-orr will be climaxed

Green Cove Springs. speed on the part of the city to Lawtey Kingsley Highway I II' I. tor those going down; to attrod the S.MO speech. by Gov. Johns at
[
The committee from the State enable them to get started on the I II big Democratic rally In Miami that l over p.m.a statewide Whim will be broadcast

Welfare consisted of Miss Marian first 25 houses of what eventuallymay The Bradford Education Association Friday night March 12. at radio hookup.
The Burton E. Wajker construction Abstracts are now being obtained I! night. Other
giuou, director of district five be *'!r35-house, development.The I' Co. ot ftant City was apparent on the Hosier Road, from I (composed of all white 8 p.m., the combined bands of Johns, wno started a n.llroad at speaking 8 .m. is scheduled to begin -

Mrs. Jane Trawick, Mrs. Mamjj houses will be in the 58.000 low bidder in Tallahassee this u. a. 301 north of Lawtey to the teachers in the county schools) I Bradford Hi -h School will presentthe career more than 20 years t'go asa

' Phillips Mrs. Anna Folk, to $10,000 bracket of concrete week to pave State Koad 225 from union County line. Bids should will meet this Saturday in the Annual Spring Concert in the i beaooard ragman, mak& one

Miss St.ubbs.Durin block construction flooring to be I Lawtey to Kingsley Lake in Bradford be advertised for in about 60 days.; BHifccfeteria at 9 a.m. for the I USO building. The admission I[i run annually to keep his ee&lority Test Case Settled

the morning session. the[,hard wood. pr.cement with asphalt. and Clay Counties. The company The J. V. Manley Construction purpose of nominating officers charge of 25c for school children 'on the line.Kelly Over Title To Road

commissioners heard a report of,c tile covering. bid :Jlll.872 for the five-mile Co. of Leesburg has the contracttor and electing delegates to the '!and SOc for adults will go toward I

the Bradford County Children'sCommittee their[ Robert M. Angus an.l Associates -1\building job. widening U. S. 301 from the FEA meeting in Tampa April [defraying expenses of the Senior In Race Maintained By County

which outlined Jacksonville engineering Wad Board Chairman Cecil ,courthouse to the old south city 8-10. ,Band at the coming District
Ownership of
work and progTess. The committee -I I firm, presented to the council a I Webb said that work would beginas j'limits (Call and S. Walnut Streets) After a brief business session tival in Jacksonville, March Fes-I the county for roads over maintained'by four
help to in Starke. For School Board years
asked for financial .1!preliminary, comprehensive plan soon aa administrative details Work on this project is County Superintendent H. P. I The senior band of 57 members I was established last Friday before -
used In the case of a young-for a complete sewerage system I expected to begin around March will open the concert with the i I
be The I I could be carried out. He pointed. ia. I Morgan will discuss some of the County Judge T. A. Yawnin
ster In need of special help. with esUmates of the cost which '' facing the county march number they will play for the
'out Abstracts problems courthouse, when the de
that the \ that this project which for .are being obtained"for
explained miles of I the
commissioners would handle seven judges at the festival. The
fund set in the budgetwas many years has been proposed fori right of way for the widening of schools. fendent deeded a right of way a
weLfare and service building will
streets new propram include other
over-expended and I' Bradford-Clay Counties was finally Madison street (State 100)) through I At 11 a.m. there will be an few miles south of Lawtey for
already marches
operations. several overtures .
offer no as put into progress by the road the city. The 28-foot/ pavement informal discussion concerningwhat solos dismissal of a suit brought by
the body could 1 committee from the Woman'sClub ensembles, and
that A
board under administration oft will be widened to 40 feet. This I, employers expect the schoolsto a student-con. Carl Prevatt against Dave L
sistance. consisting of Mrs. W. B. Governor E. Johns. 'I contract ; skills the ducted overture. One march will Fr : Durban,
Committee delegation Acting Charley may be advertised for produce. what : Jacksonville for obstructing -
The Children's Sewell, Mrs. W. H. Smith, and feature Joann Smith twirler
Dr. Florence :Status of other Important road letting in April. 1 i students should acquire and the ''I' a public road. The case
consisted of i Miss Audrey Newman, librarian work in this is I I The junior band of 45 members I
Counselor county as follows: I A new bridge replacing the old extent of accomplishments. Lead- .I Was settled 'when Durban deeded
Jennings Juvenile 'Court secretaryof ''at Bradford High School, urged'. me Glen U. Searing Co. of I Conner Bridge between Bradford I I Ing this discussion will be C. H. :Will open their part of the program .1'I right of way for a strip of ad-

Mrs. K. A. Hall, that the council consider the pres- ,JackSOnvlUe has the contract for ana union with "America", followed
Mrs. Martha I Counties is expected to Quick of Hercules Powder Co. i joining property in the course of
J.he committee.Reverend Beard of sing need for the city and the l.s miles ot pavement from U. S. be constructed this year and maybe I land I T. H. Carey of Humphreys 'by six other numbers, includinga the trial.

snelling: and i county for more adequate library ill north of Lawtey to the site of, advertised in 30 to 60 days. I Gold Corporation. solo and a duet. j It was a "test" case first of

Brooker. I facilities. The Woman's Club lie new Humphreys Gold Corp. Kights of way have been ob- The final part of the its
sanitarian I Luncheon will be served in the program I1 kind in Bradford County, determined -
Jack Trawick. county Is interested in the erection of a raining operation at the Clay Coun- I I tamed tor the Scout Hole road and school cafeteria at noon. will feature the senior band playI I 11 on the statute which

appeared befqre the commissioners new building for a library and y line. Work should. start on this !tins project should be advertisedsoon. I I ing the required overtures to be r' -_ I gives title of the land over which

to protest the health paked that the council include in within ;so: days. used at the festival. ,, _
: a county graded road runs to
caused by accumulations its next to aid in I Arnold Bid i t
hazard budget money [ The public is to the
urged attend county after road has been

of vegetable refuse around Brooker.the that project. i Groups Agree I Growers Fear May Get ContractFor this concert and show support of maintained for the prescribed

markets at Starke and this : 'I. I
was referred to state To Help ProvideTransportation I Radio DevicesJoseph : fine growing musical organ. -b., t. '. number of years.
The matter I I ization.Fa. ; i
officials In charge .f the markets. Commissioner ; I II ."" I':; :- J I IRotarians
United .<
of
Cold Effects I H Arnold ; :_. Hear'Description

i) ktev. Thomas G. Mitchell, chair Ii Plastics Starke sign company. 90 Plants I -.. ...",--' Of

Berries Hit Candidate I'man of tne Bradford County Chil i and a partner. \V. Burke Smith. IL C. KellyH.

arena Committee announced that I I not a resident of Starke recently 'Yield Heavily [Paris Convention

several county organizations or individuals Bradford County growers were|offered the apparent low bid of \ C. Kelly. Lawtey businessman

and four Starke church \ keeping their fingers crossed as $27.225 to the State Road Department has announced his candidacyfor j I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Montaguewere

High Of $$13.10 groups have agreed to accept ai I the Telegraph went to press for radio devices to tell Evidence that the new Florida' the School Board from District guests of the Rotary Club

portion ot the responsibility for I Thursday, fearful of the possibility -i Incoming motorists about thestate.s \I 90 berry plant may reach the old : One (Lawtey). at their luncheon meeting Wed-

r. ?W. transporting indigent cases to var- of late March I five tourist welcoming sta ;high standards of production is nesday and gave a vivid accountof
of I j'| a breeze that Mr. Kelly is a native and lifelong -.
price I I
Berries hit the highest ii jous clinics and hospitals. could cost j shown by the fact that one grower the recent Rotary International
| thousands
this: I I of dollars tions. I resident of Bradford CXmnty
the season on Tuesday of ; inc volunteer groups and the I:. Markalee Starling, reports
Convention In Paris, France,
i in damage to the county's flour- to install one of i[having been born In the. New
I It is planned
week 'whfn crates brought $13.10. -.',- coordinator in each case are as fol-I j i I(picking 24 crates from 21.000 which they attended.
.. l ishing'strawberry harvest. and the mechanisms in each welcoming I Iruver section. For the past 12
Volume of 1.143 crates was slightly : lows Brooker Churches, Rev.tear1 !plants. A crate per thousand .
.. the early plantings of beans. Irishpotatoes then b 4' I he has been in business in The Montagues also described
can years
.
the precedingweek Graham Church, Rev. S. E. I I station. Messages
I
off from 1.229 ; II plants every other day used o their visits to other countries
cucumbers and of buried .
f __ pepper. a Lawtey.Mr.
transmitted by means
was
but total revenue Sparks; Hampton Church Rev. be the rule-of-thumb measurement'of
j Bob I I Winter began its unwelcome re- cable paralleling the road for I Kelly served one term as I while abroad and gave Interesting
$13.144.27, an increase of $1.386.72\\ : Gray; Hampton vicinity. Mrs. production, but in recent years j Insights into the customs and
over last week. Quality was re- !! Jessie Chastam and Mrs. T. J. Alderman i j I j turn engagement here Tuesday three to five miles. I it has not been approached often. I school trustee in the Lawtsy district of the of the
manners peoples
ported as good. Heilbronn, W. C. Reddish.I i morning when the mercury dipped Incoming motorists will be advised Maybe the new "90'111 bring I and at present is chairman
countries visited.
Growers are much better off : : ana Harvey McCarthy; Bayless to 31.4 and heavy frost took a toll bv road signs to turn their. back the "good old days" of good of the Lawtey City Council He
i The Introducedby
far compa1th Highway, L. L. Kenfroe; Lawtey. I of all exposed strawberry bloom a'ito radios to the proner frequency I lis married and has two sons speakers were
as .
this year so yields. Lex Green who had of
,
according to figures) V. j O Prevatt; Cancer cases. Mrs. I and burned young beans in spots. where they will pick ua tape- charge
List season,
Judd. In February I j .. famine rorode; First Baptist II Growers were especially worried recorded message of welcome inviting I the program. Mrs. Green and
Sees
released by Specialist
volume was 1.415 -, Church, Starke: St. Mark's Epis- I about young pepper plants that them to visit the wayside, Funeral Services Mrs. W. B. Mundy were special

of crates last revenue year $10.269.39; this copal Church; First Methodist had just been transplanted and stations.It ;i In Griffin, Ga. No Big Threat ITo guests on this occasion.

Church; the Gospel Tabernacle, J.j'i. I might be hard hit
by the combined '
volume in February was is believed that this sy&ism Fresh Berries
year \ For Mrs. Godwin
: I
First
yuigiey Presbyterian
2.876 crates revenue $21413.00. I shock of frost and trans- will increase the number oi School Board
:11 nurch. Kev. W. S.
follows McAlUey; planting. Irish potatoes in the at the stations I II What's the future for the fresh
Day by day figures are as I Sheriff P. D. tourists stopping Funeral services for Mrs. W. F. Approves Minor
Emergency cases. I
Brooker section were reported informa berry market? Will the trend toward
: i Henry B. IIin on for free orange juice and Godwin. of Starke were held Sunday I
KedttlSh and Judge T. A. Yawn
Thurs.. 98 crates high $11.60,1 : (use of car). [virtually unhurt by Tuesday's I tion. t afternoon. February 21. at 2 more and more frozen berries Change In PlansWith

low $9.50. total $1,040.50.Fri. j Henry B. (Dick) Hinson, native I|frost. H: !o'clock in Pittman Funeral Home, I I Ii increase? the the
to
resident of Brad- other organizations are cur- an eye future
.. 302 crates high $12.70 and lifelong [ Thursday morning the official Homecoming Set i Griffin. Ga. The Rev. Mr. Cr*W-!i I Dr E. W. Cake. Extension I school Board minor
renuy contacted to
ford this week announcedhis being help I i approved
low $10.40. total $3,674 00. j County Share reading here was 34.8 and the ky, pastor of the Methodist Church i.Marketing Specialist University
for Commissioner [ in the transportation prob- For Heilbronn i changes In the plans for the proposed -
Sat. 157 crates high $12.20 candidacy County lem. .prediction I was that Friday mom- in Griffin officiated, and interment ,of Florida, has studied the situa-
cafetorium for Starke Elementary
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low $3.20. total 159045. I from District Four j!ling might bring frost as far will I followed In Oakland Cemetery -'tion and he offers the fol'owing!
i The annual Homecoming School. In a meeting
$13.00 (Hampton, Graham, Theressa) in south as Belle Glade. I
crates. high i !
Mon.. 228 Atlanta. opinion:
the I be held at Heilbronn Baptist I 1 Monday of this week at the
May primaries.Mr. 590 Homestead
low 970. total J2.649.51. I Hinson is the son of the I \I Church on Sunday March 7. :I Mrs. Godwin, a longtime resident -:; "The trend towaJl frozen berries ,courthouse. The changes will

Tues.. 2S4 crates hIgh $13.10.low I late G. W. Hinson, who served as ,Owners Still iFFA Members Hear ,There will be all-day singing and of Lawtey and Starke. died has reached the satuation'point. I facilitate enlargement of the

$9.20.. 79 total 329272.high $ .90,!i.commissioner for eight years and !Not Signed Up I Sanitarian Speaki ;:dinner on the grounds. The public ,in a Griffin. Ga. hospital on February Lower price has sold. frozen cafetorium if the increasing school

Wed. crates \ one-time chairman of the board. i Is invited. 19. following a short Illness '1 berries in the past, and 'it ac- ,!population makes it necessary to

low $9.40. total $396.79. I j County Sanitarian Jack Tra- :'She had been visiting her sister]]:counts for the switch from, fresh add to the building. County School
Dick is a fanner and is living on Tax Assessor Gene Long reports '
wick the in Griffin at the time. to frozen fruit. However the H. P.
was guest speaker at Supt. Morgan estimates
the old home place near Hampton j that approximately 2,000 i Masons To Meet \ 'I
BondValidation the FFA agriculture price paid growers by the cold- that at the of
School where he was born. He is a homestead, widow or disabilitytax meeting i Mrs. Godwin was a member of I present rate

veteran of World War n, having I exemption applications forma:I Thursday night of last week. I J Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & the First Methodist Church of packers has reached the bottom growth, an addition may be need- I

served 37 months In the Air have been filed since January 1. II I Everyone enjoyed his talk explaining !1A.M. will hold their regular bimonthly -i, Starke and of the W. T. Weeks :'at which a grower could harvest ..ed in from six to eight years.

Force. 1954. and about 590 persons have] the county health pro- i' meeting, Monday March':Chapter United Daughters of the'them and get any return it a.n.1.i Members present were Chairman I

Validation proceedings for the I I M; Hinson Is married and the not yt filed this application. gram. !: 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the :Masonic]I i Confederacy. She was a nativeof 'I after costs were deducted |Thcn. I L. T. Johns Hampton; H. i iI
too fresh berries have
second batch of school bonds to be father of four children. April 1 is the deadline. I'| We are sorry to say that the,.,,Temple. ,, Atlanta Ga. a pedal:Ieeded I 1A. Lawson J. E. Brown. Starke: ;
and will be
always
backed by revenue from automobIle -. Unless applications are signed. chickens that Lamar Clough and!I j I :Master Masons Degrees will be I Surviving are four sons, JamesB. for appeal real Bhcrtcake." Mrs. Hazel Carlton Brooker; J !j I

license plate sales were started -, Recent Birth: according to.the law, property Roman Alvarez obtained from '''conferred upon Clifford L. Carrie Godwin, State Farm; W. F I S. Norman was absent due to j

Monday in the Leon County i owners forfeit all benefits they![i Sears-Roebuck were all burned i Doyle E. Conn r. A. J. Barry. 'Godwin, Jr., Camp Lejeune N. C.: Illness. ;j

Circuit Court In Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Keller of'|I have under the Homestead Exemption |i i to death Thursday night Lamar|Carl Horton, Charlie Devil and Henry T. Godwin and John M Patten At Trenton

said that not a single chicken [Joseph B. Williams. 1 both of Starke one Farm Bureau NoticeThe
Included in the 23-county Issue Gainesville announce the birth of Act. i I'I I Godwin ; I Circuit Judge G. L. Fatten; attended
totaling more than 31 million dollars -I ja i son on Tuesday, March 2. in I This year applicants have to escaped. The chapter will not i' VTorsfiipful Master Robert daughter Mrs. E. H. Register.
'
Is Bradford County's 5535.000 Alachua General Hospital.; Galnes- file stat ments in person. In th'future have a banquet this year, or will i, Barksdale will confer the degrees Miami: two sisters, Mrs. W. J the Legal Institute in Bradford Farm Bureau will

issue A legal notice in connection -!;ville. Mrs. Keller is the former the form will be mailed have to obtain their chicks some I Refreshments will be served. All Chandler, Starke: and Mrs. Bruce Gainesville last friday ant Saturday meet Friday Feb. 12, instead of

with the validation is carried ( Helen May Stewart of Camp ;I to all who have filed, and it will other way. Master Masons are invited to at- Montgomery, Griffin, Ga.; and a He opened circuit court: on Friday Feb. 5, President J R.

in this issue of the Telegraph. 1 Bland ing. l be returnable by mail ulan; Wasdin, Reporter tend. brother, Henry Talley of Miami. Monday in Trenton I I Kelly announced yesterday


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA ; FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1934

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TVWVWVVVVWVVYTYTYTVT | a dinner at the J. G. Cald-!I FOR SCHOOL ItOtRD I weekly Issues. As Clerk of s a d t' *
DISTRICT THREE Witness my harand official I By Marian I. Crosby, Dt-p.- r
BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS wen I. I hereby announce my candidacyfor :sal at Starke, Floi.da.: this 17 Feb-I Charles R. Hess. 204 Guar ill) -un.t
LONG BRANCHby Mr. and Mrs. John A. Robertson I member of the Board of Public .ruaT. t9 14.i Bldg. Jacksonville Florida
Instruction Bradford ,
EDITOR of Knoxville, Term spent last I from District Three (Brooker County Fla.New i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Attya for. Pit J. i* it
COUNTY
River). If elected I will do 1--
every
week with Mrs. Robertson' sister
VIEWPOINT t IUr!! J. U Strickland "
thing In my power to prove my sincere -
TELEGRAPH s.- PUBLISHER and Jimmy LangtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. G. E. Crews. Sunday the I desire to serve you honestly, ,
Crewses and_ Robertsons spent faithfully( and with a strong determination i
to improve our schools. I
CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD the day with L. C. demons and I earnestly solicit your vote and 1 I
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED support in the comingelection..
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Harry) family of Gainesville. Mr. demons Howard C. Douglas. I HUNDREDS

Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Harris spent the weekend with is a brother to Mrs. Robertson I

the Aet of Starch 3, 1879. relatives at Clay Hill. I and Mrs. Crews. I FOR SCHOOL BOARD !
DISTRICT THREE I of details managed and economically
Dannie Tompkins had his ton- I :Mrs. L. L. Griffis and Mrs. hereby announce are
V.I
candidacy
my
for I
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONWho'll : sils removed last week. We hope iR. Delandy and Mrs. Clyde Johns member of the School Board, attended that only a trained and

his health improves now as he spent Tuesday in Lake City. !District River) subject Three to(Prooker the will, of New the careful organization can attend when

has been sickly all of his life. Ii I Monday Mrs. L. L. Griffis I voters elected in I the May primaries. If the urgent need for serving is atc
J'I promise to faithfully die
suppose the majority of folks E. McCormick and Mrs. charge the duties of the office for hand.
C.
The Heaviest Toll know this is the grandson of Jack A.1.I the benefit of the people of my dis
Pay trict and the
McCormick of Macrlenny and i county at large. Your
Wilkinson. vote and will
support be
Nellie Wilkinson returned home Mrs. J. A. McCormick and Mrs. deeply appreciated DeWITT C. JONES

from New Orleans last week Muriel Roberts of Glen St. Mary Stafford L. Crews. Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
all were in St. George, Ga. __ r
Road? Jimmie Wilkinson, sta-I
On The Toll now IB Circuit Court Bradford County
tioned in Texas, is home on leave. I Florida; In Chanrrrr. Funeral Director Ambulance Service
Giovanni
Petrella. Plaintiff,
Gertie Faircloth is on the sick POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS Mariana D'Orlo Petrella. vs.
\ OUT local funeral home enable. 03 to offer convenience aad
list, and a number of folks have Case N'o. 10-3JJ
I ,
Order services not otherwise available.
of Publication and
Notice To
YOU And The Guy On The Corner I severe colds. Among them are I Appear! State of Florida To \
I
Jim Strickland Yougan Padgett I Mariana D'Orio Petrella. whose 1 ..1 .
\ and Jimmie Lang. I residence and address Is: 907
I hereby a noun a no my inn candidacy Chalkston Avenue. Providence,\ I We furnish the highest type cervice at lowest prices andaccept
The Clay Hill PTA will meet at I for School Rhode Island | I
school house Three (Brooker Board and from District I You are renui'vd, to appear on |I ANT life insurance policy in force tasted by ANY
the Tuesday eveningat ,
un me televised Jacksonville forum Monday editors with the interest of their business : 7:30, Friday, March 12. I'subject ic voters to in the the will of the Democrat I .d Man-h Court 22.and I'ij4 call in<'thN. w-h.'r..tn above plaintiff namI- I company, si payment in part or In full on a funeral
their l
raise May 11feel
to primaries
E.; David, people at heart, are beginning .oeks divorceRadford I .
Thomas that Consultation carries no obligation.Shop
the Honorable Myrtie Booker spent Sunday I am well qualified for this "
night over the 1U55 voices against the toll road threat. I I position and, if elected will serve i publish this( Order"In\! l-graph! hall four -_ II......r ,. ... .
wno will preside as Speaker at with home for.s at Clay Hill. the people of my district and th in next

House ot Kepresentatives, reiterated The Southwest Virginia Enterprise She and Minnie Moore atso called I county at large to the best of my I I Iii "'-__..,.".. .,._... .....P ___ ___
*londa through- :.r 1Y' '" ..._ _
Va tears the proposed abllltY'A. : Eq l1-
Deuet that a Jacksonville-Miami toll road wythevilie, on the Strickland It seems! L. GREEN

IS his a "must" tor the tuture welt are ot Florida. sonville-Miami Virginia turnpike counterpart.just as we Recently fear its Jack this I not their get sister a birth, Emily certificate Royston for, can-one FOR DISTRICT('0. COMMISSIONER FOTIt : With Us One Week -- You Will Be Surprised How

of The paper reported results of a business man's of the children and they came to I hereby announce my candidacy
and privilege for County Commissioner District
It was the pleasure with Mr. David on the personal investigation of the effect that the me to get the record from our Four (Therel>sa, Hampton. Graham), Much You Save -- Our Prices Are Never High
reiegrapn to appear subject to the will of the Demo-
impressed by his lorth- YennsylvamaTurnpike had had on by-passed old Cradle Roll in order to get cratic voters In the May primaries.If .
forum and we were elected I promise to render the .
and his businesses Once the pennsy Pike parallelsu. the certificate.: It la good that
his likeable personality, same faithful service to the peopleof
ngntness he is such an b. Koute :30: he interviewed people and we had kept these old records or my district and the county as a
obvious sincerity in tact whole, that I have done in the past.I
couldn't even tall out businesses along that road. Typical was thecase we could not help in this case and will appreciate your continued
that we
amiable fellow ol the Grand view Ship Hotel near the child could not attend school cooperation and support.
the turnpike. Being I Jessie R. tmastaln.
with mm tor tavonng this certificate. Minnie
without
reported that
shadow ol Miami Bedford Pa. whose owners STARLING'SGROCERY
irom Hollywood, within the the their business .also wants me to crochet a center- FOR SCHOOL BOARDI I
that he should when toll road opened de-I. hereby announce my candidacyfor
it was not surprising and that other piece for her, so maybe we are member of the Board of PublicInstructlo'
ditterent clined sixty per cent many
look at the toll road from a totally some benefit to someone even !. District No.1. Lawteyand
businesses on the same highway closed up Bradford County. I have worked
view point than ours. though we feel useless. in the school system for five I
and the other entirely. years as a bus driver and with the
But we still think that he busi- We sometimes wonder why the ,maintenance department. I feel
cent loss of I
turnpike boosters are wrong. Dead wrong. What would a sixty per frost doesn't kill the weeds the that I know most of the problems
of of the $50,000and facing the schools in this county.
some
to
the tact ness mean owners
me surprising thing to us is not same as it kills our potatoes and .I am & home owner of this county AND MARKET
tnat Mr. David and others trom the Jack- $6UUUU motor courts in this vicinity? other tender crops. Tuesday and life. have I am been 35 a years resident old all and of have my

and Miami areas favor the turnpike, Just ask the owners.In morning our Irish potatoes were worked with the boys and girls of PHONE
sonville 70 STARKE FLA.
to the proposed the countY'' and feel that I understand ,
out rather that tnere is so little vocal opposition starting its opposition pretty well frozen and the weeds them and their needs. I also WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
tor whom it will spell turnpike the Virginia newspaper said: "We all standing as bright and huskyas have two boys whom I expect to be
those
to it trom educated In this school system. If THESE PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAYAny I
doom. are not thinking just of the tourist court ever! Well, such is lifefor elected, I promise to work with the

unanciai strange reason, opposing forces motels, or hotels in this county that would a farmer. other of Board the Bradford members for County the better-school c_. -. (
for some silent in recent months virtually be forced out of business. The Dub England and some of the,ment sy tem. : : __ : -.: ":'. :'.J r :::::: ...
nave been strangely and support on May
from careful study show that children seem to have gotten a Your vote .
fatalistic facts gathered
so tar as to adopt the the 4th appreciated.Truman
and some go Brand I Black i
Norman Pure
attitude that "it's going to be built, so what's the tourist dollar is well distributed in the I touch of ptomaine poison from -
community. Various stores get a nice slice eating some canned fish. We FOR COfVTT COMMISSIONER
the use I"it .hope they are soon well again. DISTRICT TWOI 2 for
sucn an attitude persists, it WILL be ol the dollar restaurants get a bite from the hereby announce my candidacyfor

But it business men and pie, the laundries and dry cleaners .get a I County Commissioner subject, District to the 2
bunt, ot course. 9 YYYYY Two (North Starke) epper
Jacksonville to Miami taste, as do garages, service stations and will of the voters In the Democratic
from
property owners If elected to this responsible -
would arouse themselves and present a vig- theatres. The dollar spent by the traveleris STATE FARM.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl primaries.office I promise to give my Bread 15 7
well distributed for the benefit of the entire best efforts toward a progressiveand
orous and united front ot opposition, there is Impartial administration of the
chance that it might fsUT be community. 1. affairs of my district and the and county I Each
a iientmg as a whole. Your vote sup
and the tounst industry for "in between "Tne Enterprise is a strong believer and port will be appreciated.Ewell .
DUUI londa would be saved. firm advocate of securing more industry ofa \ Saturday guests of the Willie -- Lawson. I With $5.00 Order or More

of all diversified nature for this county. But it i Knights were Mr. and Mrs. J. L FOR SCHOOL BOARD _u '____ <__d __ '_ ;:' C __ __ _
dntonunateiy, the clearest voice is utter foolishness not to realize and not 'Douglas, Mrs. L. R. Roberts, and nereoy DISTRICT announce TIIRKKl my canaiaary -::!" ..-- -_--_.:'F-- __. :fL=-- :,!i.-:7: : _

raised in opposition to the turnpike was zealously work to protect the strides made I'Mrs. Enie Taylor all of Lake tor acnooi tsoara, uistrict inree to
That was the voice tisrootter new mverj subject
recently stilled by death. toward getting our share of Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Drew'tne win ot tne voters in tne uemo-
ot uale wimbrow, whose tearless opinions in recent years I Addison of Jacksonville.Mr. i'crane primaries 01 May l am a. Lb
the tourist business. We know scores and I ;ire long residence ot nraaioro '! 19C

mm expressed state m ana his national Indian tame.Kiver News Dale once brought putit scores greatly of benetlt people trom from the all walks tourist of business life who, I son. Michael. and Mrs., of D.Jacksonville P. Dreaden spent and county ocratic a memoer a executive veteran 01 tae 01 l.ommlttee.worm county war uem-n Lane ]i! BEANS with pork 35<= 0 LEO ,

like this: not. The citizens Saturday and Sunday with her elected 1 win devote the necessary ,
whether they realize it or time ana ettort to serve tne peoPle!
"A Toll toad for a vacation paradise is ot Wythe County cannot sit idly by and parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden. ot my district ana county to toe Green CUT
limousine for a Mrs. R. R. Crosby of Tennessee nest oi my acuity, pieaging courteous -!II
to a tolls Royce
comparable allow anything to happen that will hinder, or service ana impartial consuleration I. Any Brand
nottentot: A Toil toad to tunnel tratlic at arrived Saturday to remain with at au times lour vote ana i
probably destroy the progress made in se- the Durdens through this week. !support win oe aeepiy appreciated I I Cans
breakneck speed-through some ot the most tourist business. Such actionis ana your commence win not De. Tall BEANS 2 2SCNever
beautnui, dreamy, heart-wanning, relaxing, cunne more throats." Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Linzy hadas ,mispiacea. sincerely II i MIL l K 3 39C

sections ot uod's footstool A tunnel to simply cutting our own the Virginia Sunday guests from Jackson-I -Ethan A. Sapp j I II I !
It is interesting to note that ville, Mrs. A. P. Haggins and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIOVERi I
ot
into the marts
speed the tourist gravy newspaper takes the same attitude that the children and Mr. and Mrs. Charles I i UISTRICT TWO I Dixie Lily's Best
Broward Counties. This IS wnat I am a candidate for County Com-1 Pkg
Dade and taken from time to time in I ( Higher)
Telegraph has Sapp and baby, Joy. I missioner of District Two (Precinct
tne Jacksonville-Miami Express; HIgh- discussing the debatable need for a turnpike. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Knight Two North Starke) subject to the 1!,

way is In reality. Simply this: that the answer is not a toll spent Monday in Lake City shop- 'will Primaries of the In people May.in The the Democratic knowledgeof SNUFF S F F Box 1 oCf RICE The Largest QC

"'.ne entire premise ot a Toll Road in this road but to rebuild and modernize the U. S. ping and visiting friends. term county should affairs help gained me in to my better first f

state is to belie everything that Honda Routes that have been in use for many years, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yarbroughand I serve you. and I pledge my diligent

represents it is a vacation state from the but which have been neglected until theyare children of Gainesville spent ::County.effort to work I appreciate for the the good recognition of our

north boundary to. the southern coral-lined a near disgrace to the state. Sunday here with the E. J. Yar- given our District by my I -

extremity uur Mate Chamber ot Commerceand We don't have any "statistics" by Cover- broughs. week I of selection County as (Chairman OanrmiBSloners.of the. and Hoard I I WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORElTH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE

every state Agency should present it as dale & HJolpitts: or Coverpitts & Coldale Wednesday night of last solicit and will appreciate your vote
Mrs. T. A. Yawn of Starke cele- and support.
sucn to the approximately live million (whatever it is) to support our case, but I Respectfully I
brated her birthday anniversarywith .
tourists who will come here this year: Your we firmly believe that if U. S. 1 and U. S. L. L. Renfroe.We' I Potatoes EGG S

moment reach the the "- --- == .- --- .
vacation starts the you :3U1-2Y: to Miami were four-laned, as A-

Florida border. traffic on them warrants, Florida would haveno

"Miami wants to restate it and demandsa more need for a toll road than DaleVim- // Help Color Style

gravy tram to shuttle our visitors directlyto brow's Hottentot has for a Rolls Royce. Lbs. C 3 doz. $1

the extreme south section through a terrain But what will happen unless there is Your Home. 1 0 14

the .
that is an insult to a vacationer's eyes. vigorous and organized opposition on

To be sure we owe our visitors the con- part ot those who stand to lose their shirts?

venience of adequate highways byways, skyways we'll get the toll road, of course. The toll :r J L

and railroad, but we don't have to paid by the tounsts then will be mere chicken '1'lrllli ROOM rfisxoa.YOtt I

bankrupt a whole area in order to make teed to the "toll" paid by businesses along

Miami even more sprawling and crawlingthan the by-passed routes and possibly even f illN DFy Is Always Cheap At

it is now. It doesn't make sense, nor by taxpayers if the toll road proves finan- tOFFEE STARLINGS S S

does it make for justice." cially unsound, as many have done. ,

Thus, m the colorful language for which The time tor opposition is NOW. It will -

he was famous, spoke Dale Wimbrow. And be fatal to wait until the project gets to

he wasn't alone in this thinking. From as snowballing so fast that nothing not even 2 p

the strongest opposition, can stop it. MATCHES 51 1SC
tar north as Virginia other newspapervrnv..nyTn..n. t '' AWe \ SYRUPgal 49CSwift's



... Phillips about town occasionally located in the Joyce Futch house

after such a long time "No see"I next door to the First Baptist

LAWTEY% while he was away with Uncle Church. Mr. Smith was formerly R C Ctn

I employed with the Curtiss Candy Lge Can C

by L II. Futch Sam.David Kelly of the U of F I Company, a position he resignedto TRIPE 39C pj pSl COLA 1

student body spent the weekendat accept the managership of the have all the latest facts at our fingertips on the
AAttAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFriends home with his parents Mr.I

of Mrs. Pau- and Mrs. H. C. Kelly. new Shell Oil Station which psychology of paint color. ': -----1.J:1'j: :;- ,' ,. '----" '--:: -<.- .-::; 7"I -. .. _
Margaret .ii--- -:
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!\ opened for business the first of ': --._-. """' .- _.._ ...,fl.u:0." ; ....-i"_ _> >'''.''..;'':'r.: -- ,'-" -- '. ----- -, --'--- -.- -.-- '.
Ie-yare happy to see her up and,, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were I I We'Advise On
attending to business in Lake this week. I Maine OilSardines
around again after being confined
Butler Saturday of last week.Mr. I I Mrs. Frank Wells assisted by I

to St. Vincent Hospital for sev\ and Mrs. G. A. Purga and her mother, Mrs. Effie Miner Ceiling Paints; I Coca Cola
eral where she recently underwent I
days son. Timmy. and Mrs. Purga's I entertained at the Miner home on Painting or varnishing furniture;

surgery. I mother who visiting them were Saturday afternoon with a birth- Colors make dark North
\ to
Miss Bernice Privett was overnight sight seeing in Silver Springs, Wells. a
day party for little Nina
guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. i Cypress Gardens, and other points room brighter;

R. DeVore Thursday of last week i of interest in South Florida last I About thirty children were pres- The brushes for outside 6Botl

Among those attending the week. The group also attended ent to enjoy the affair. The usual proper I

Sunday School Mass meeting at I services at The Park of The games were played, refreshments work 5 For 25 Ctn 14C

Tvergreen Baptist Church Tuesday Palms Keystone Heights last Sun-,of birthday cake and drinks were !

night of last week were Mr. day afternoon. :served, after which the gifts were And here's sample of our
and Mrs. J. Starling and children.I Graydon Jones of Ft. Myerswas a
,opened and viewed by all Every- I
Mrs. M. Privett and daughters.Mr calling in Lawtey the latter ,
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and Mrs. Claude Rowe-, Mrs. part of last week and accompaniedhis body had a good time, especially I terms: I ::,! !_. .--c--. ,-.---.. ---- ......._ ._ --"-
easy !
A.. C. Pearce Mrs. Troy Bennett aunt Mrs. Hill back to Ft. Nina.

Kiss Sinia! Prescott Miss Gayle Myers on Saturday. I The O. J. Phillips home is be- House Paint
Moore Miss Margie Hilliard and Mrs. George Birdeck of Delhi 'I attractive with its Sherwin-Williams Lb
coming very 23C 3Lb29CiEN1ERS !
Rev. Edgar Wilkinson. j jRf' N. Y. was visiting her uncle. A. ;new face lifting, application of (for average size house) BOLOGNA BANANAS

'. and Mrs. G. A. Purge and F. Brown and Mrs. Brown Thursday -,
guest, Mrs. Bohney. were business of last week. i I asbestos shingles, etc. $3.44 per mo. per $100.00Come 1. l '

I Mrs. Mae Wells spent from I I Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Pauley Mrs.
Jacksonville Tuesday
visitors to on -j LblCC
Thursday to &tnd.:1yith: rela- H. Futch, and Mrs. M. Privett Orer. We'll help you select color combinations. Lb 2
'I I'R.
tives in Midlleburg. attending to business in 23C TOMATOES
After a week spent at her home: I
here because of illness, Mrs. LouisH. i. Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Jacksonville Friday of last week. !
i
Hiil returned to Ft. Myers last Jacksonville spent the weekend II I The WMU of the First Baptist

F Saturday to resume her school ,with her father A. M. Blanchard. I I Church met in the home of Mrs. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone

work on Monday.Mr. I I The H. C. Kelleys were visitingin i.I M. Privett on Tuesday. The usual I Lb POtATOES Lb

Webster. and were Mrs.dinner Roy Reddish guests of of afternoon.The Starke. and Gainesville Sunday i[program which the was hostess carried served out:: after her 45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot HAMBURGER 39C 3 29C

his mother Mrs. V. R. Reddish I Smith family, former residents -guests delicious refreshments Starke, Fla.

List Sunday. I of Starke recently movedto Misses Alma and Bernice Privett I I ,...11. fJI! III I-'Z': i. : -::"" -':'-. :C _' : .: _-__
TIJ surely nice to see James Lawtey and are pleasantly assisted their mother. L ,, ___ !WL -- --





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLOTtm* PAGE THREE
FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1954

iTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl the Dick Williams Thursday eve Mrs. Charlie Alvarez, near Starke. Jacksonville Saturday with a load recent visitors at the F. T. Aber- of the million and one things that -the fish fry such a big success Hop given by Teen Town Saturday
I The Alvarez's former Hampton of Turnip greens and mustard.Mr. nathy home. seem to go astray around the last Thursday. Around 275 people night in the USO. Come o%

HAMPTONby ning.Mrs.. D. W. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. residents, are the parents of a and Mrs. The Lefeaver hada Mr. and Mrs. Lessie Jones and school. So if your child loses were fed. ; kids, for a night of fun when
Cecil Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. 7 pound daughter, born Saturday great time Wednesday when children of Dundee have moved anything you might ask him to Some of the FFA boys were In shoes are shed by everyone.
Arthur Millican of Ocala were morning, which was Charlie's their son Tom and wife of Jack- to one of Bill Cain's farms near contact a menuer of the council. Ocala this week judging cattte..
Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond Members of the FBLA attendedthe -Susie
birthday too. Hear had nice time.
Graham. they
a
recent guests of Mrs. T. F. sonville came with their son John-
........................ Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and ny who is in the Navy and as- Five members have been addedto convention held in Tallahasseelast Friday night, March 12, at 7:30:
The Mr. and :Mrs. Dennis Parker children of :Miami were recent signed to the U.S.S Bennington'They the Baptist Church, four by weekend. They were accom- the school band will give a concert -
Minstrel Show Friday
I on and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brooks of I guests of his mother, Mrs. T. F. had not seen him in several letter and one by baptism.Mr. panied by their sponsor, Miss in the USO. The public :is YOU'LL LOVE tne new F'.AiU
night had a fall and running Della Rosenberg and Mrs. Melba invited. Come out and let our
Flint, :Mich., visited their father Brown. months. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson of Partin. I brook purse-size fountain pens It
over house. The which fine band know you are behind
proceeds
John H. Parker and wife last| Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams Mrs. Debbie Hall of Hamptonis Lutz announce the birth of a
wishes to shades. : at BradFORD -
The Senior Class them. pastel Only $2J7
ArC for the benefit of the school weekend. Enroute they called on spent the weekend with relativesat her brother and daughter, Mary Catherine, on
I now visiting thank who mak Park the shoes and the F-oc'k COUNTY TELEGRAPH
shows over $100.00 profit. The their sister, Mrs. Vasco Bussey Tampa. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feb. 11 in Tampa Municipal HospitaL everyone helped join

vast audience represented Gainesville and husband and from here visited I Patsy and Buddy Roark are Jones. "","", -- -.-" ,,= ; .r '''''='" ,,,, ,..-......, J
Graham Brooker, Mac- in Tampa and on to Homestead both ill with bad colds. Mr. and Mrs. John Moody and I
L. E. Ratliff and wife Irene
I I
Benny Theressa, Keystone where they visited their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wadsworthof were called to the bedside of Mr. children visited relatives in Jack 4
Heights Lake Butler, Lawtey and Onard and family. They returned S11Fi
I I Bunnell spent the weekend I I Ratliff sister, Mrs. Irvin Boyd, sonville recently.
Starke.
to Michigan this week. I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I 1
Miss Betty Durling and Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson G. P. Wadsworth.Mr. I of Trenton in Live who Oak entered Tuesday.the She hospital is- .:........ _,_ ___ I --"" .. --:. .aw auf Saki
Van Brown were co-hostesses at spent Wednesday and Thursdayin I _
: and Mrs. P. L Morris and I'much improved.Mr.
the regular W. M. U. monthly Cedar Keys. son, Jimmy, of Macclenny visited and Mrs. R. Fowler and Bradford
A. Susie
meeting.had charge Mrs.of Dorothy the Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins entertained her sister, Mrs. J. G. Adkins and I I niece Shirley McKinny allot I I j i i"II OF SUPER BIRTHbAY SPECIALSAsk! at
program Mon- I I
at a dinner party attended the Minstrel Show here '
presented some of the work that day evening, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Friday night. i Orlando spent the weekend with!............,_,_ _,--" r_ _.' 8 Store For Special CoUr Price List-Scores More
John
her G. A. Girls are doing. Twentysix her parents :Mr. and Mrs. ages
were present, and delicious Halleen. Mr. Halleen's brother I Roy Gertner and Mr. and Mrs.I McKinney.Mr. The school seems to have caughtthe Items on Sale Not Listed in This Ad!

refreshments were served duringthe and wife of Detroit, Mich., Mr. E. M. Prevatt and Mrs. WesleyAnderws and Mrs. John McKinney clean-up fever since the 7th --1--- ,.,, .,....:J'P'I! -.- =_
II.
and Mrs. Fritz Halleen are returning Mr. and Mrs. ThorntonJohns'
social hour. his and family were visiting Mrs. Will Grade did such a nice Job on the "' ''''''
to Detroit this week
Elmer Gay of Orlando visited I of Starke were among,Melton in Waldo Sunday after- yard. The Student Council has
brother and wife will remain
i I those that attended the Minstrel noon. taken over C Building as theircleanup
friends in town Saturaay. thru the month of March. Theyare
I here Friday night. the project while the Beta
Miss
Emily McKinney spent
Leland Howes of Tampa visited the owners' of the Van Alstine
place. I weekend with Miss Ruth Sibleyof Club has chosen the USO for their =:::::.
r.vynyvyvvyvv1Tv1Tr11n1GRAHAM Theressa and Sunday they
Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Gray and Job.Most
night I spent the day in Tampa.Mr. i parents will be giad to
Wednesday
Wash'Your Clothes family spent in Little and Mrs. Forest Reynolds'I I know the Student Council is planning =========- ToaES
Tampa.
and Thursday -
and ::::
and Mr. and Mrs. Clemons anc: on setting up a lost F
had been
who spending
Valeria
I! :;;::
9 PeunfoFor sometime with her grandparentsthere by Mrs. Bonnie McKinneyMr. children, all of Jacksonville, were found department td take care
"
returned home with her ,....... .. ...... ) -:..:;. FepD _
40c! parents.Mrs. :::::::
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzieand
FREE Bleach If Desired! Eva Nazworth is spendinga daughter, Dewanda, of Jack- MOVING II/IIIIII"
few with her daughter,
days
eWe sonville spent the weekend with Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Gocd Thurs.,Fri.&Sat.March 4-5.6
Mrs. McKenzie's parents, Mr. and --, ., :I! --",.,-
Will Mrs. J. H. Surrency.Mrs. LOCAL S Safe PHONEOR
FILL DIRTGOOD LAND O' SUNSHINE
Julia Crews is visiting her a Dependable MntWn

Dry Your Clothes RICH mother Mrs. A. T. Dryden. Mrs. LONG S EconomicalR. 311 TOILET 1 TISSUE 4 -29'
For 20cIn Perry Newsome of Jacksonvillewas DISTANCE BUT T E R Lb 69cI
also a guest of her mother. S B. Alvarez OR Cnctu'Cecri

New Automatic Driers! TOP SOILSee Sunday. Agents For; TRANSFER AND250J .I FIG I BARS nvvMiWESSON 25c SUPERBRAND Gr. A", Large Shipped
I Rev. Bob Gray of Hampton wasa *
e Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE f
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA

I FRIDAY MARCH 0.. ia.=u
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_S srrSt err s-rrtr rrrsS nt 55JJsSStrSa [Anita Prather !'Methodist Circles I Beta :
Sigma Phi Foil SCHOOL !
Installation no tun i the May
primaries \\ ill:i bt dee'.
Weds Wm. C. Cash :Hold Meetings i, DISTRICT 0>K I apprel' ated. >
I I am
: a Candidate for Si hool Board | -Henry B. H.n-on
I D:-trict One ,
In California <1I..1\\I..y) I j.m a ;
Circle 1 of. the Methodist 'it me owiit of thin n"unt> and hate FOR SCHOOL BOIRD
I 1. t-n a res.dent: : of Bradford Coun- ,
II IHS.TRICT
I W. S C. S. met in the Educational ';> for 40 years.I OKI
I hereby announce my cand.daty
'r.r-i building Tuesday morning with am. :'nteresttd in the de>'elopn j for School Board. Pi-tr I. t tn,-
Merrill Struth and Mrs >'nt LII el inipioitfment of better ,: (Lawtey). subject to the I>c-nuvrai.,
Mrs 1.b!
f
.r our boys and
girlshav .
Primaries .
in
i I May. I am < proper
Leslie Biggs as hostesses. ug ,s..erLl grandchildren that I owner and taxpayer and. if .,;l..d.

Gladys Mooty Mrs L D. Vining, circle leader of\l"t th' 't s t'( ,Iunl lie )cduialed'. They being in the the Fihools men 1,, to bill the serve best mydistrict of ray ability anti .tua< i',j-t.>.-

Phone 35 opened the meeting with prayer ind. w1 t-u of tomorrow. need I 1 keeping the -peoples' bet :.n'ir"firbt. ---
HIM.IK
with proper training and Tour ,
vote and active
t
short business upp
and conducted a !tic hevt
advantages posMble I will be greatly .
apprel'iat..dII.
prSrSSSSSSSS I s 11." pssrrs
---- - session. Mrs. E. K. Perryman If ele> ted a member of the !School 1 C. Kefly.tOTlCE !! .

Garden Club Woman's Club president of the society, reminded : 'Board; honestly I promise. giving to serve the you b'at Fint'r.r. of- OF ITENTIOTO
L m abiiio And service at all 'lines
of the District meetingto
To Hear members _ I earnestly solicit REGISTER FICTITI MME
Date Jeweler your oti andsupport .
Sets
May be held in Gainesville, March on May 4th. Notice! Is hereby given that rn.

For Flower ShowThe Talk On Home 11 and urged all those possible to I New officers of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority were Installed I I -Dan W. Starling. '!'of,undersigned Chapter ,20.95 under! Laws the of provision-Florida
at
a I II
I attend. II I Acts of 1911, will register with the
in home
the
meeting of Norma
Carrie I
meet on Feb. 22. Those installed FOR ('Ot'"TrmnflSSIO>EIl ;Clerk of the Circuit Court
Garden Club held a The Woman's Club will L. Jr. was I at i In and for
Starke O. Haynes
I
I Mrs. this time left DISTRICT FOnt Rradford ,
were ( to right) Mrs. Maxie Carter, C unty State of Florida
at 3:30: ,' director; Leona Lee |I I
Monday Wednesday afternoon member. Mrs hercb announce m
special planning meeting welcomed as a new ) candidacy "upon receipt of proof of publication!
treaMirer Helen I i I
Malone for
evening at the home of Mrs. S. o'clock in the club house for Vining announced the study course I! ; extension officer; Betty Darling, Uee president -, Four Count(Theressa.> Commissioner Hampton.!' T) strict. of this notice the fictitious name
I Charlotte Frees, June Graham) of Starke Seafood & Poultry.
; president Patel undi
E. Sparks with 16 members pres- their March meeting. The Youth to be held, :March 15. Mrs. H. H.j j ; corresponding secretary; I i If tul,elertrd. I promise to give faith-I which I am engaged in business at
Home Hazel Green, recording secretary; and Sirs. E. I Ij energetic and conscientious So. Walnut ,
Conservation American AI1Aml_ had. ._ charge of the devotion W. Hayes, sponsor. service to this I St. Starke. Fla :
JfcVM* u --- Important off-re I Leo
ent.It will be under the chairmanship her topic, "Prayer I I will at all times be ready to Ij i Hunter Starke Fla. sol> ti
that regular program using as who confer <;owner.
was proposed j Boy is learning the rank of ed by you. and advise
of Mrs. Garl Mathews C. Ritch / with my constituents I j i Dated this 5th day of March. A.D
Mrs. H. This
and prospective members who are Changes You" Page.At. notice shall be published :and work for the best interest of 1954 at Starke, Bradford Coun '
R McDonald as co- "Children Learnot once, e
J. ,
with Mrs.
after- the county as a Florida.
interested in forming an gave program the close of the meetings I' weeks in the Bradford County Tele. whole. Yourote and
chairman.H. Cnnsuans At Work and Wor- grAph sUPPIrt: in 3 5 4t 3 !6Summer's
the ,
noon circle may contact presi- all hostesses served refreshments. ...
dent, Mrs. R. F. Young. A resolu- F. Underwood of Under ship Around the World." I Business Circle 1954.Dated. this 17 Day of February, i -- ,-

Mrs. wood Jeweler's of Jacksonvillewill Refreshments were served; and lUKFICIALSEAL) Charles -
to make The A. Darby
tion was passed regular meeting of the
china, silver I Cleric of the Circuit Court
lecture on closed with
Charley E. Johns an honorary give a formal the meeting was gray Business Woman's Circle will beheld 1 Py Marian L. Crosby, D*>nnty Clerk Ilh- ;

member and send her an ,invita- and glassware with their On display -- Miss Anita Fenelfa Prather er by :Mrs. T. G. Mitchell. I Monday night in the educational 2/19 4t 312YstUOHOlI" --
informal uses.
tion to the Flower Show in May. and I building, beginning with a
daughter of Mr and Mrs. John W
date has been throughout the club house I Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green, leader dinner served Mrs. M.
Show by L. Law
Flower WeLGE.
The of Prather of South Pasadena, Calif., I : IIIGH
definitely set for May 1 and 2 will be tables with displays I and met Monday afternoon at the son at 7 o'clock. After the dinner "> it ck ..
and silver arrangements granddaughter of Mrs. A. F. Lee with ( !
with the hours, 2 to 8 on Satur- appropriate china luncheons patio Sauls of Starke, became the bride home of Mrs. Albert the regular meeting will be held .
for
The ; Mrs. P. D. Fancher as co-hostess. with Mrs. J. W. Ritch in
and 2 to 5 ,on Sunday. chargeof ,
day wedding of William C. Cash, Sunday after Low-down
luncheons, golden the meeting wiCOMFORT
buffet Ritch
announced later. The Mrs. J. H. opened? the
program.
to be
place anniversary, formal dinners, and noon, Feb. 7. The ceremony, per- and the business .
will be "Mem- with prayer
theme of the show bride's table. formed by the Rev. John H. Wells,

ories" and a silver offering willb wedding Members reception of the Junior. Woman's I I took place at 4 o'clock in the Little. leader.session was Mrs. conducted Jack McComb by had the WCTU MeetingThe FASwON

-, taken at the door. honorea guesta'- 01'uus i Brown Church in the Vallev. in I
be
A delegation was voted on to Club will the devotional. WCTU met last Friday
North
Hollywood, Calif.
attend the City Council meeting meeting. The program on "Missions inAmerica" afternoon in the Tabernacle annex '
:
meeting The bridegroom is the
Woatesses for tthis son of by Mrs.
to request the was presented with the president, Mrs. Florence "tT
evening
Tuesday .
and 'will be: Mrs:E. L. Matthews, Mra George M. Cash of North Holly- W. B. parks and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs.
to name a City Park Hippie, presiding and con-
City W. E. Middleton, Mrs. George wood an4 Mrs. C. H. McNeill of Refreshments were served during -
Planning Board. The delegationwas ducting the devotional. Hostessesfor
Mrs. Garl Mathews, Pasadena.The .
asked to ask the council tocease Kopelousos : I the social hour. the afternoon were Mrs. Mable
Mrs. E. M. Davis Mrs. L. A.I bride given in marriage by i 4k,4j21..i
Mersereau and Mrs. E. Y.
removing trees on city Berry
without giving the Park Davis, Mrs. J. R McDonald, Mrs. her fathe' was attended by Mrs. Circle 3 met with Mrs. C. H. I II b.
property Willie Mae Denton. Mrs. A. E. McKinney George R. Svihus, sister of the Monday afternoon. The t :

lioard opportunity and !Interested to protest.citizens The City an,! V. Hazen., Mrs. H. C. Ritch and Mrs.V. bridegroom.M. Cash as matron, Jr. served of honor.George his. leader Quick, Mrs. A.Poverty Wood,in spoke Englandand of I I Beta Sigma PhiThe j : ; tT i !)

Spiritual
waa also to be requested to plant brother as best man. the Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill
] Graham campaignin
shade trees to replace the trees the Billy meet at the home of Martha -
The bride, a graduate of South and prayed for the
removed.The Junior Club London Yancy Monday night at 7:30
that have been Pasadena High School, was awarded :
club made further plans Installs Officers a music scholarship. She also success of short thecampaign.business meeting. o'clock for a hamburger fry and There is no financial
for the distribution of plants Fri- After a tacky hat party for new rushees
attended Glendale- College where devo1DU.100
_fitruth rave the responsibility rfiiiabursr-
held '-4'1"" vote_ I
at Torode's garage. The committee [ The Junior Woman's Club she majored in music and drama. *Vi- n---- t "Sewingthe the Court of the
being County Judge
topic Iia
her
in charge is under Mrs. Maxie an installation of officers at their The bridegroom, who was tional. where we Bradford County, Florida, la merit clause, whereby we- !
the Gospel .
day afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock monthly meeting Monday eveningin graduated from Van Nuys High Seed and work"of Miss Annie Dar- re Probate.In : Estate of Noble nay "White could p3y a !loss and,, '

Carter's chairmanship.. There will the club house.A School, won the Athlete of the live of Deceased 2.98MultiToned
I interesting report To All (Creditor and Person Having then sue the assured J
theme was by gave an "* ,
at nominal -
also be plants for sale a St. Patrick's day
: Year Award and a scholarship to missions in Plaint or Demand* A ;alnM .
carried out in the one of our outpost Said Entafei for the amount .'.f
cost. Friday morning plants attractively we paid -
the University of California at Los and
refreshments. America. :Mrs. I. P. Shepherdtold You and each of you are hereby .. .:;:
will be distributed among the decorations and Angeles.Mr. and notified and required to present any out. White Leather '
doctor
.
president of Edith Brown a claims and demands which .. t1",
achool children for those desirirj Mrs. T. C. Hazen. Jr., you. or
and Mrs.
Cash
at aremaking a medical col- either of you may have agalist the
them, to be planted in their own presided over the mefeting I nurse who opened estate of Noble Ray White deceased -
their home at 218 Apt. C Kenwood, Does Use Our
annual reports were given leg in India to train natives. late of said County to the County your present policy Easter Lay-Away Plan
gardens. which I Toluca Lake, Burbank, Calif. served during J.dge of Bradford County. Florida
:by all outgoing officers and chair- Refreshments were at his office In the court house have_ such a clause' ?
club voted to solicit the social hour. of said County at Starke.: Florida, "MOTHERS"You
,men. The within eight calendar months from
I funds for the Red Cross in theresidential Heilbronn Club the time of the first publication of CONTACTConner
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S section. Mrs. D. E. Circles th4 notice. Each claim or demand 'Will Love Our Soft Leather, Easy Fitting
Plans Tour SoonThe Baptist shall be In writing and shall state .
Conner was electe4 chairman of the place of residence and post office CHILDREN'S SHOES
Met ThisVeek address of the claimant and
this project. Recognition was Heilbronn Home Demonstration shall be sworn to by the claimantHis Bros.
JUST ONE
I given the award to the club from Club met at the home of Circle of agent. or attorney, and any at 2.98 and 3.98
The Lorena Epperson such claim or demand not so filed
FRIGIDAIREMade I'the Woman's Home Companion for Mrs. J. B. White Tuesday after- Baptist Church WMU shall be void.

only by General I outstanding community service. noon for the program on the the Mrs.First R. B. Alvarez as leader met Olin George W.Charies White. Pr.White.. and Insurance Agency I

Motors Corp. All other Mrs. C. W. Webb, District rooting of softwood cuttings. The. at the home of :Mrs. James A. As and Executors Testament of of the Noble T..a..t Will Ray BOBBI 'S BOOTERY

Electric Refrigerators 'are Director of Ponte Vedra Beach group plans, to make '8"- tour of.; Lewis Tuesday afternoon, with White; deceased. 129 W. Call st. Phone 285 I
following officersin local nurseries'Boon.At I First 'publication. February 12 *
the
.
made by other companies Installed' Mrs. J. H. duPre aa cohostess.The 1951 2/12 4t 3/5 a Ducky's 1
a candlelight ceremony: the close of the meeting by. Starke Fla. I
and cannot use the word iYeaictent, Mrs. S. E. Simmons; the'hostess served refreshments to I program'was presented NOTICE OP PRORATE -_ _ Starke, Florida 1
Frigidaire. Mrs. Guy Lee who gave an interesting IB the County Jvdire'a Court -
IV-Pres.. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr.; Mrs. E. L. Cox, Misses Edith and mis- Bradford Comity. State of Florida cc. .
I talk on community < -- -- -'--- -- .- .--.- ., -- .. _. '
Mrs. Cecil -Sewell; Treas., Rosa Moore, Mrs. Felix Estate of Noble Ray White. Deceas < -- '
Secy., Sapp .. .
; Want A Genuine :Mrs. T. I. Mersereau; Corr. Secy. Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Mrs. T. N. Nor- sions.devotional.Mrs. D. L. Thomas gave' "be ed.State of Florida. To All Per- -- -,-. -. -- --.- ,-'":' __"_ .. _1 ___.-, ______ _.. ., ,_ ,_
the
Interested la the Estate of
aona
Mrs. Carl Roberts. man, Mrs. Bobbie White, and Miss Said Decedent
FRIGIDAIRE ? ? The Dora Alderman Circle presided -
The club presented each outgoing Dorothy Ross.Presbyterian. You are hereby notified that a
I over by Mrs. L. N. Pickering. written instrument purporting to be \
THEN SEE officer with a gift. A gift I leader, met in the home of Mrs. the Last Will and Testament of said
also to Mrs. R. T. decedent has been admitted to pro .
was presented WomenTo
Dora Alderman with Mrs. Dickenas bate in said Court. .
E. H.SMITH Fowler in appreciation for her You are hereby commanded with. .
Meet TuesdayCircle hostess. in six calendar months from the .
work in the Thrift Shop. Mrs. S. E. Sparks gave a talkon date of the first publication of this
notice to In said Court and .
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- 1 of the Presbyterian the Bahama Islands, and Mrs. show cause.appear If any you can, why the IT

Tenth Starke aid Temple Fla. Ave. brook pul'! Hhe fountain pens IDJIijtd Women of the Church will hold Marvin Hazen, who has visited said action Will or to said probate Court in should! admitting not IS UNLAWFULFor

shades. Only $%37 at Bradford their monthly meeting Tuesday the islands, displayed various stand unrevoked. -

County Telegraph. evening at 8 o'clock at the homeof I curios she collected there and (OFFICIAL County Judge SEAL, Bradford) Theron A.County Yawn,

-- Mrs.__ _K.__ G._ _Duncan__u brought home with her. Florida.By. I
Circle 2 will meet Tuesday eve-I Doris Knight Circle, Mrs. P. T. First publication Betty A.on Phillips.February Clerk.U.

FRUIT TREES ning at 8 o'clock at the home of Noun leader met in the educational 1954. 2/12 4t 3/5

AZALEAS & CAMELIASFlower Mrs. Jack Dempsey with Miss building Tuesday night with \-OTICE-TO APPEHla Any Person or Person's to Engage in
.
Mildred Ayres as co-hostess. Mrs. O. A. Wiggins and Mrs. R. Circuit Court. Bradford. Countr.Florldai
In Cbuncerr.Frank
O. Dansby as hostesses. Mrs. M. Morris. Plaintiff. vs. Carrie

H. Sheppard was in charge of the Morris, Defendant.
Seed THE RIGHT POINT for the program. Carol Jennings was Notice To Appears Case No. 10357 Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

way you. write. Come In and select introduced and quoted the scrip- To: Carrie Morris. whose residenceand
your favorite ESTERBROOH ture that a Maiden G. A. Girl address is: Salisbury North

Gro-Tone Magic Bloom Hy GroPLANTS Fountain Pen. Only |2.S7 at learns. Douglas Nolin gave the Carolina.You are. hereby notified( tnat a The Name Is Registered

Plant Foods BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- required scripture for an R. A. suit for
tlvorcu L ___ ._ .'_
has been rued against yuu m m* -
above named Court and cause and
SNAP DRAGON SHASTA DAISY y.ou.are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the 0
$ LARKSPUR PETUNIAS complaint on the Plaintiff's
CALENDULA VERBENA Attorneys Williams & Futch. P. .1.
O. Pox 188. Starke. Florida
1 and file the original la the office of
""
__ the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
before the Read This Florida Law"It
22 day of March. 1854;
SEED STORE I Our dear month of March otherwise the allegations of aM
SISTRUNK? FEED &
I 'I Complaint will be taken as confess-

up to standards by roaring .-' ... shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to
Starke Fla a lion the past weekend with | .. ,____ __' ,
Call St. Phone 39 tic weather since rain, .n engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -

-- warm all we need ia a D without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered ,nut the

snow to complete the' B"TARKE clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of feaiiess

Fresh from Elgin'sstudio folks no wonder around,there town are thiso L FLAJ is, with registration! shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid affidavit

\4 but there is one I I signed by all interested persons, stating under oath thc-oases of

of design month is supposed to go \ Fri., Sat. March 5, 6 all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest .

a lamb. f DOUBLE FEATURE of each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carriedon.

NEW, ELGIN; with, the squired If you aroupdta spotted Pat church Lamb: I Dream of JeanieWith Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto

down to Silver Springs last Ray Middleton and Bill enpge in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

mm m 'falA r 4 day 'twas her old beau. | Shirley their intention register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

_IL-VmIWbWUR Barter she knew 20 years ( -AND- (4)) consecutive weeks in some defined
In Canada where she used Rodeo King and the newspaper as by law in the county

who is down in these where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

Miami on business SenoritaWith accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of
Mrs. Joe McGee have Rex: Allen and Mary Ellen such publication.

TheIook .- Graham house on Clark I Kay

of costly I Dean. Pam and Cecil : Plus Serial "King Of Congo"

watched! are sta 1nith the Doyle ( ) Cap. 13 and Cartoon If

4NV3 N1i4S ; ners on Church street until I you are engaged in business under any name
where'I Sun. Mon. Tues. I
SUPREME build Mr. and Mrs. -
Robertson and two sons of I March 7. 8, 9 I..


Other accuracy Elgins Haven king house have on moved 8th street into, I II)':-The DOUBLE STEEL FEATURE LADYWith I" other than your own, and have not had this name

the RR The and Tab I IlIuntt'r
From $3375 { ::__ both working at Rod Cameron

ELGIN HOLLY ElGiN SINCLAIR furniture Co. see Patty I ANDCartoon I properly advertised and registered, we will be

19 jewels 17 jewels' Is the new fountain j

$59. 0 $39.75 Koch's. replacing Jackie Festival I

. Sorry to hear that both ![ Plus Tom and Jerry all
and Vergie Flvnn are ;! 'Hollywood Bowl" I glad to give you necessary Information as to

Presented through the courtesy of Elgin National the Jax. Naval Hospital j:

Watch Co., and their authorized dealer and distributorin Flynn is rect'y'tratlng from [ : Wed., Thur. March 10, 11 i

Starke and Bradford County monia and Mr. Flynn Is 1: DOUBLE FEATURE II what you should do.

!):ing further treatment
SEE THESE ELGIN WATCHES IN OUR STORE OR rcrent 111n.'s and Decameron NightsWith ,

WINDOW AND: BE CONVINCED THAT little Charlotte I Joan Fontaine and Louis I

QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE Jonrdan I
derwent a toisilectomy! in
General hosn'tal on I -AND- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHrr '
I
Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry was sorrv to hear that I TOP HAT

I C? ter suffered a collapse With Fred Astalr and Ginger I
STArtKE'S LEADING JEWELER vifitin.!? her nrents in Rogers

The House of Fine Diamonds I ov"- the weekend; and I Pins Color Cartoon For Kids II I -' .
oreration --
ttyde'-eci > >
: spoons '
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; -, __ I Mr. and Mrs. 'Merrick of the This notice shall puouaJ. I I[ James V. -
SSrSSSrrflsrrfl J. F. Mrs. C. D. Williams spent :>e Sheehan. Jr.. RA 32-010- I To: Eloise Hinson, whos resi- or before the

II I Worchester Mass. are spendingthe past ten days with her sister, Mrs. 'weeks nee e.iclt in the week Bradford fur four County cuustecuiA TeleZtAVtl .-I I!S Cavalry in. Company Reoonaissance C, Fourth Battalion Armored, I dence vine North and address Carolina.is: Rt 1, WhlteI Z9 day of March. 1J54;

winter in the Errol Alvarez 1!. J. Clark, in Tampa. APO 174. c/o Postmaster, New York. toO a) notified that a otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will
Dated this 17 of I Ntw York. a better and I be taken as confessed
day February, more parti- suit for Divorce has
J. ceen' filed
L
A" ., I apartment. ISH.v.CIAI.. cular address being to Plaintiff unI by you.
I na I SRALl Charles-A. Darb known .against you in the above named This notice shall be published
t Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and \ > : 'o'Tt and
I cause and you are. required -
Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a once each week for four consecutive
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter I family spent the weekend at Salt I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. I suit has been brough against you in 'i I swer or to pleading serve a copy to the of co"ip1a.lnt your an- weeks, in the Bradford County Telegraph -
%/tS 4t 312OTICF ',the Circuit Court of Bradford County I
visited and Mrs. C. R Springs. i on the Plaintiff's Attorney. .
THE NEWS Capt. Florida, in Chancery by Grace Dated this IS day of February
I' I Evan
T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange
i .
IJ54.turFICIAL
ing and :Mrs. W. A. TO I I Sheehan. Plaintiff and you are I
'I I
tPPKAR : Building,
_rpss5ssJtflflrsrrssrssssssssnn. Starl-j Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon andJ la Circuit Court. Bradford- County. hereby required to file (personally j I I'pr : Florida. Jacksonville., SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Jacksonville '
on Sunday. r< _.....,,.. < Ity .aHor>>v.) ;>w.u2' ...2>,/!' t'-.T 1' pJ( ." <,',.. C-.T Po' '--Rtf c7..r6'R: ?
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: ) J. .J>;))!) 'Wnul'>> DJa7Y VpO'7 1).27ZD11
}! '. R. R Tanner of Baidwta[ :surgery Cast Wednesday at Ife* : were visiting Mr. Swzay.Dr. [ 'CoTo A.""..". >'< DaJ'lOT1.: J". C> Box Hi, Dade Otr.i '

Mrs. "1'. C. Carter and Mrs. W. H. I ne County Hospital, Waynes- >1>!rs. Cart Anders on Sunday.'iU\dj and Mrs. .''dence: Nicholas and address HoUoe'W01 is: Leigh>Street n!\-, I i Florida on or before, Solicitors tie 22nd for day the 0 Plaintiff.; ;)Jar.b, ,' Spend A Pleasant Evening 1 1FOR

Ford o( GXXM. &&. 4. oteoe *frs.w ."'''1>. \'''- ,). ..'\ \. I
to their home Jacksonville Fau are u"re6y notified that a .
w. Praetortus of Cocoa. in | salt The nature and purpose of this' Al
Mrs. tc\t
Laura Tin is vvsit\ \ \
\\
\\ 'tt
s week'svisit 'proceedings is to set Aside divorce /
Sunday after a \
Air. and Afrs. ofScltuate Divorce and testotaXUm ot
Joseph. Quigley son-in-Uw decree.
and i
i -daughter, Sgt. and\ .
I I maiden name
with Rev. and Mrs. T. 0..tjtchfl.
Mrs. Pete Gassett and Coolidge Mass. are guests of Mr. Afrs. J. D. Smith in Jessup Ga. has (jeeti CUeU againstyoi ''ltb.. Herein ail not or decree pro con- '

Gassett and family spent last I and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. ;;.. i I I I you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and ol fetiso newspaper The will Pradford be of entered general County against circulation Telegraph you.in a I{ The SNACK BAR

week visiting relatives in Ala- I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelliand Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I your answer nn the or pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the complaint Bradford County, is hereby designated -I

bama. Mr. and Mrs. George Larkin family and Mrs. Robert Stef- spent Sunday in Winter Park visiting T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla. this notice as the shall newspaper be published in once which a ,; ,

Colgin of Norfolk Va., who have anelli \'jsited the Oriental Gardensin and file the original In the office week for four consecutive publica-
AT 323
Mr. Nas-
and Mrs. J. T. I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on!tions prior to the said 22nd: day of TEMPLE AVENUE
been visiting their son-in-law and Jacksonville on Sunday. worthy.Mr. or before the 22 day of March 'March. A.D., 1954. .

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. ; 1954: ; otherwise the allegations of Witness my hand as Clerk and the e
.said Complaint will be taken as confessed peal of said Court. in Starke. Flori
Gay, and also spending awhile j I Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and Mrs. W. H. Nollman I by you. da. this 17 day of February. A.D..

in Miami. left Wednesday morn- spent the weekend in Waycross, attended the funeral Wednesday once This each notice week:ta.for;.four ix published I 1954.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Sandwiches -. SHort Orders Soft Drinks

ing for Mayodan, N. C. to visit Ga. with relatives.Mr. afternoon of J. 0. Dekle Sr. in I In the Bradford County consecutiveweeks Tele. Clerk of the entitled Court Clerk I Steaks1
Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Our
By Speciality
with her son and daughter-in-law, Oca1a.I rapa. I,Dayton & Dayton. Solicitors for
For Mr. and Mrs. George L. Colgin. \ Dated this 17 day of February. !Plaintiff P. O. Box 444. Dade City
'I and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Sr. 1954. II(i Florida. 2/19 U 3/12 Schlitz Beer on Tape

Crops & Livestock before returning to their home. I i had as weekend guests Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Austin (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charter Circuit A. Darby Court,I _

|Mrs. J. W. Jones and children of !and son of Minneapolis Minn. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO APPEAR ..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dominello Ia Circuit Court Bradford Ce. ",
Lake City Mr. and Mrs. C. H. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. I %/19 4t 3/12 Florida Ia Caaaeerr.

Gainesville Production and children of Meridan, conn., Quick, Jr. of Statenville, Ga. and R. Johns. ftOTICU 'ro APPEAR Karline Dunstan.Dunstan Defendant, Plaintiff, vs. John FAMILY TRADE INVITEDOPEN

Credit Association who were stationed at Blanding Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Millen of I. Clrcalt Court. Bradford CoaBty Case No. 10-33
'lorldat In .......... .
Safte. To
620 N. Main St. during WWII were visiting old Folkaton Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swift Felix Griffin. Plaintiff va. Lottie : John Appear.To Dunstan. whose residence 8:30 AM. TO MIDNIGHT MON., thro SAT.

Gainesville Florida : have as guests, Mrs. M. LaRue Mae Griffin Defendant. and address is: Jamaica Long .
friends last
here Thursday while Case No. 10-563 Island. New York.
Mrs. feter Kurous of :Miami and Mrs. A. Prandel of Catskill lotlce T" Cpa...'. You are hereoy notified 'hat *

enroute to Miami. spent last week with her sister, I Mountains, N. Y. To: Lottie Mae Griffin whose residence suit forDivorce I .I-
and address Is: c/o W. G. and restoration of maiden -
Mrs. Hogan Smith. Baysden. Route 4, Kinston. North name
.-- .- .. -. '. --.- ,.- .. -- ..- .-:" I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long and Carolina has been filed against you In the .
You are hereby notified that a above named Court and cause and
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett daughters Mary Dena, of Gaines- suit for DivorceHas you are required to serve a copy et
are
ville were Sunday afternoon been filed against you in the your answer or pleading to the OFFICE
living with Mrs. Bennett's parents above named Court and cause and complaint on the Plaintiff
I Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw guests of Mrs. F. H. Long. you are required to serve a copy"* Attorney William D. Morgan, .
,
your answer or pleading to the 507 Clark Building. Jacksonville oil HOME
temporarily. somplaint on the rialntlfru Florida
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- Attorney T. Frank Landrum and file the original in tne office of
Dedicated To Service Starke. Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court on t
Community dish and sons Mr. and Mrs. Titus and file
the
original In the office before the
Mrs. jr
i Wilma Dockstader and I
MovIe Are Better Than Ever"If son, Olson. Chief W. E. Thornton. }f the Clerk of the Circuit Court 15 day of March 1954;
Billy and her father Ben Welch on or before the otherwise the allegations of said 6dulttJ
I Miss Shirley Carpenter and Miss 22 day of March. 1954 Complaint will be taken as confessed .
;
you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad spent the weekend visiting Mr. Geraldinet Griffis attended the ,.therwKe the allegations of said by you. 'OUN'Al; PIN

I cut ad oat and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. and Mrs. Orin Welch in Dade Rodeo in Palatka Sunday aittr- Complaint by wi'l be taken as contested This notice shall oe publishedonce DESK.SIT
City and Mr. and Mrs. I you. each week for four consecutive .
Holm
Roy
noon. This notice shall be publishedonce weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
.. Sat. March 5, 6 Sun., Mon. Mar. 7, 8 : in Tampa. I each week for four consecutive crash '
I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph _Dated this 5 day of February 3.00 : Your
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE .................. .. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and 1954. COMPlm
Dated this 17 day of February OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj I fayoritl
: :J : Coy Alvarez of Jacksonville is I son Steve of Jacksonville were 1954. Clerk of the Circuit Court .

.r: convalescing at the home of his visiting: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp tuKPICTAL SEAL) Charles A. PaTh By Marian L. Ciosby, Deputy Her hid
I I
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
t 'c-' rtxA11td, .. .. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alva on Sunday. By Martin L. Crosby Doniity Clerk _____. 2/12 4t 3/5 -_ .-' kAVallolIk

--- rez from pneumonia.Mrs. I 2/11 4t 3/12 IB The Circuit Court of Florida "

L-t ; ........ .....o... .. ........... KlKbth Judicial Circuit In And / -
: Miss Mabel and Mrs. W
Weller
kOlCO ;. I I. NOTICE TO APPEAR I I For Bradford County. .
-:.=: :* ( gIJuwGERsLL4MHOI2itN Sam Anderson and Mrs. T. Miller of Emlenton. Pa. and fn Circuit Court. Bradford County. 'Louis Cohen.Defendant Plaintiff, vs. Sydelle N. I.
Cohen
;izTri Robert Turner and son, Brant, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Knibler of Plorldnj In Hurlburt dinaccry.Everett DIVORCE
Plaintiff vs.
1 ,, spent the weekend with Mr. and North Guard, Pa. were visiting Shirley Hurlburt Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEARTo

'ed' pU.LDOUGLAS Mrs. C. A. Bauer in Tampa. Mrs. friends here Saturday.Mr. Notice To Apn..... Case No. 10-348 : Sydelle and address Cohen.Is whose 1953 residence 70th ,
I 1 I
Anderson's mother Mrs. J. F. To: Shirley Hurlburt. whose residence Street. Brooklyn. New York. Apartment
Plus -Baby Wants Battle" Cartoon and address Is: 326 Beach 10D: ,
UIltver i Burton of Rome Ga.. returned and Mrs. A. P. Ashurst of
19th Street. Far You
And Latest World News Rockaway. Lone are hereby notified that a
with Mrs. Anderson for a week's Cocoa and Mrs. George Barber Island New York. suit for divorce has been filed Esterbrook Desk Sets From $3.00
You are hereby notified that against you in the above named
,i Shore CARL ROBERTS :..visit of Gainesville were Friday and suit fnr court and cause. and you are re-

0Mr. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Divorce quired to serve a copy of your answer Maroon Green Walnut Gray Black
I has been filed In the or pleadings to th4 bill of
O. l.. Hazen. against you
.. 4' }'JCTUIW'AND i: and Mrs. H. H. McConnell above named Court and cause and complaint on the plaintiff's attorney In Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings

: and children have moved to Miami you ae required to serve a copy of T. Frank Landrum. Starke,
RANDOLPH I i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy your answer or pleading to the I Florida. and tile the original In
1 after spending the past year at complaint on the Plaiitlff the office of the Clerk of toe Circuit -
I Kingsley Village. and family spent Sunday in Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 Court of Bradford County I
PCOTTWWKBROS. Law Exchange Building, Jack Florida, on or before March 29, 1954
V t I Gainesville visiting Mr. and Mrs. aonvllle. Florida otherwise the allegations of said

.' 01 'i Miss Carolyn Keen has spent W. H. Bryan. and file the original In the office of bill of complaint will be taken as
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor confessed by you.
', the past week visiting Mr. and I before the This notice shall be published

1N8I Mrs. J. Chauvet in New 22 of-Marcn. 1954 once each week for four consecutive
Henry NOTICE OP INTENTION day ;
weeks in the Bradford County
I ; '. r1l6i ; Orleans La. during the Mardi I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME otherwise the allegations of Bald. j Telegraph. a newspaper of general -
will be taken confessed
4-..&. ? 'W Notice Is hereby given that the Complaint as circulation In Bradford County,
I "" '" ..... Gras. undersigned, under the by you.This BRADFORD
provisions Florida.
II .,".' COUNTY TELEGRAPH.FlLING
shall publishedonce
notice so
II I 41t I of Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, each week for four consecutive Dated this :24 day of February. .
.. Acts of 1941 will
... register with the 1954.
-- -- I Bradford County TelethU
week
In the
I Plus Blrth of a Motion" Cartoon 2 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns Clerk of the Circuit Court in and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
land son. Larry ot Gainesville at-, for Bradford County, State of Flori. IT&Ph. 15 of February Clerk. Circuit Court CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS
Dated
day
II o 4- And, 1f tet J Vprtjl ffews,- g da,'upon receipt of proof of publication 1154. By Marian L. Crosby rwrmtyClerkIB
I I t ided"Sunday"morning? Services! of thin notice. the fictitious, OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I 4t 3/1t 128 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
at the Tabernacle and were dinner name of Thomas Truck Terminal Clerk of the Circuit ('nut"' ,
Special Coming under which I am engared In bus By Marian. L. Crosby. Dcnuty Clerk |[IB Tae Circuit Court Of Florida
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
I guests iness on U. S. Highway 301 south of I/lt 4t S/II Eighth Jadlclal Clrcnlt IB And -
16 -17 18"LONG I Quigley. Btarke, Florida. For Bradford eo..t,. IB Chancery
That the sole owner of uta buei- I Zblslaw M. Roehr. Plaintiff vs.
Pius "Skelton Frolic Cartoon LONGTRAILER" ness la: U Circuit Court Bradford Cooaty Wanda L. Roehr. Defendant.
I T. S. Williams returned home Jack E. Hazen. Starke. Fla. Florida la Chaacery.Jaraea DIVORCE
and Chapter No.7 Serial l Dated this lth day of February. W. Keys Plaintiff vs.
[Thursday of last week after a I A.D. 1954 at Starke, Bradford County Fotene P. Keys Defendant. I NOTICE TO APPEARTo : ____ .
I Florida. Case No. 10-365 : Wanda L. Roehr, whose residence -
two weeks visit in the Carolinas.
GEORGE KOPELOUSOS With Ball and Arnez I ,
and /
address Is :
2/12 4t 3/5 Order Of P1Ibll.tlo.'ad Notice To Rolling Acres I .
-- While awajj he attended the I Appear! State Of Florida Tos Thomaston. Connecticut: |I 1 .

7 -----------J--- memorial services sponsored by la Circuit Court BnUf.rd C.ut7. Fetene P. Keys whose residenceand You are hereby notified that a { bidVoup.ffvOO...
Florida) I..na.N'''''. address 18158 Park Place, suit for divo-ce i :
the National Sojourners Chapter Ronald X. ShUbert, Sr.. Plaintiff Vfc Niagara Falls New York. has been filed against you In the i 11.:4:
.. _JIIJII __ .. Irene F. Shubert, Defendant above named
- -" -- 184 of Ft. Jackson, S. C. The Ynu are required to appear on Court and cause and | }
_
Caw No. 10-344 March 22, 1954 In the above named you are required to nerve a copy nt |
j j services were held at the Williams Order Ol rubllcatloB And Notice Court and cause, wherein plaintiff your answer or pleading to the bill )171181.I
!, Cemetery near Monetta S. C. To Appear! State of Florida Tel seeks divorce. Bradford County of complaint on the Plaintiff's I I
Irene F. :
I Shubert" whose residenceand Telegraph shall publish this Orderin AttorneyA. I ; _
'Really Paid OffThat's :'with over 500 persons attending. addrecB is: S2S: Weber Road next four weekly Issues. Z. Adkins. Jr.. 3 SE First I
West New ;
( )
Orleans. Louisiana. I
I General Summerall was the main I You are required to Witness my hand and official seal Avenue Galnesvlle, Florida "
appear on at Starke. Florida, this February 18, and tile the original In the office -. :
I speaker and the Ft. Jackson band ; ed March Court 15. 1954 in the above nam (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Derby of the Clerk of the irntt Court I t:1 Oct
a/td cause, wherein plaintiff As Clerk of said Court on or before March 29, 1954 otherwise !'
and firing squad took part. Ad- I seeks divorce. ;; h. .
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk the allegations of said bill of ... :
Bradford .
County Telegraph shall ) .
/t /Il miral Williams was commander I publish this Order in next four Chas. R Hess. 204 Guaranty Life complaint will be taken as confessed 1 ... ) .
\
of the Sojourners until his deathon weekly issues. Bldg.. Jacksonville Fla. by you. !' 14
J for Flf. 2/19 4t 3/12 This notice shall be published
Nov. 1, 1938. He is buried in Witness my hand and official Attys. once each week for four consecutive
I seal at Starke. Florida. this Feb- weeks in the PTadford Countv Telegraph I -
111J'Pf. Arlington National Cemetery near ruary 11. 1954..OFFICIAL NOTICE TO APPEAR .

; the tomb of the Unknown SoldierMr. SEA .; Charles A. DarbyAs Ia Circuit Coort. Bradford. County, culation, a in newspaper Bradford of County.general 1'11'-1 /t.- :c .
V"'f"" Clerk of said Court. Florida i In Chancery.Jerry
I
# By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. S. Coby. PlaIntiff. vs. Pauline I ida.Dated this 22 day of
and Mrs. Alex Morrison of Charles R. hess 204 Guaranty Life Coby. Defendant 155f. February : :

I Fullanton, Canada spent Tuesday I Bldg... Jacksonville.for Plf. Florida.Attys. 2/12 4t 3/5 Notice To Appear Case No. 19-364 I(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby j

$ To. Pauline Coby, whose! residenceand Clerk. Circuit Court : A
f/ night as guests of Mrs. Carrie
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Glerk
!. Circuit Conn. Bradford Couaty. address Is: 1761 Moore's Mill
I Ward. Sunday Mrs. Ward had as Florida la Cbaac ry Road, Atlanta Georgia. Z/26 4t 3/19 I h,'

guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDowell Elizabeth Nolen reen. Plaintiff. vs. You are hereby notified that a .
I. Circuit Court, Bradford County selection of "
Walter Noseworthy Green. Defend suit for our big .
:
Florida In
and son Ernie of Jackson ant. Divorce Chancery --.
Case No. 10-34 In tb* Caroline Belle Gill. Plaintiff vs.
filed
ville. has been against yon
\ Order Of Publication And Notice To above named Court and cause and William David Gill. Sr., Defendant.
Appear! State of Florida Tot you are required to serve a copy of Case No. 10-377 I GOODji 4R
Order Of Publication And Notice To
Walter Noseworthy Green whose your answer or pleading to the complaint ..
Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion "
'
the way Bob's Outboard Motor residence is Glen Eurnie Maryland on the Plaintiffs Attorney ari S n e Of Florida To i
I and son of Ocala spent the week- and whoee mailing address Is P. O. Joseph K. Skipper 221 Graham William David Gill. Sr., whose ,
Box 333. Glen Burnle. Maryland.You residence and address Is: c/o Rogers i j
end with Mr. and Mrs. Al Hart- Building, Jacksonville, Florida f
are required to appear on and file the original In the office 4If Service Station 1200 y. Slappy budget-whs
prices
Shop described results obtained through man and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham- March 15. 1964. in the above DAm- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Drive. Albany Georgia. T I RE Sat
and You are required to appear on
e4. Court cause wherein plaintiff of March. 1954
before the ll day ; save money//
i pion. seeks divorce custody and control otherwise the allegations of said March 29. 1954 In the above named you
of minor child. Court and cause wherein plaintiff -
I.
confessed
will be taken

a small ad in the Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph ia next shall tour Complaint This by yon notice shall be a publishedonce of seeks minor divorce child., custody' and control I Famous MARATHONS Goodyear White SidewalkMaratboaa

weekly issues. Bradford County Telegraph shall
visited Mrs. Hardy's mother each week for four consecutive
Witness my hand and official seal .. publish this Order to next tour \o need la take k 7
Brookeron weeks In the Bradford CouBty T. -
Mrs. Mattie Barry. In at Starke. Florida this 10 weekly issues. ehaac e. amoataaaaafe
Febnucry Gov4 .
>e f are
Bradford County Telegraph 1954. graph. Wltne( baud ani -jfflclal > .3004xl
J. iny tlre l Not '
Saturday.Mrs. of February, .
Dated this II day
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.'Darby ..54: seal. at Starke, Florida this Feb. when you eB bar .95 Ike Met tow 18
Ai Clerk of Said Court Charles A. Darby 21. U54. dependable Goo4- 14 priced wklte aM.-
W. "S. VanderQp, Jr. and By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Circuit Court toFitvJiAI.. SEAL) Charles A. Darby year Marathons wall .y.a can pal
0It Z&ch H. Douglas 505 Lynch Build- As Clerk ot Bald Court for Mwk a low
1 Dawn, of Decatur Ga. By Marian I.,. Crosby Deputy ClerkZll Ii yonr eat today.aa4 .
daughter. ing Jacksonville Fla.. 4t 3/12 Ry Manes L. froehv. Deputy Clerk trie Get longer '
are spending several weeks with ,Attys. for Plf. :/t: 4t 3/5 Zach II. Douglas. 505 Lynch Bldg., wear, bcttccr trac67051$. Rugged low

that Bob's Shop. located on Silver Lake was Mrs. Va sister Mrs. H-..r. Ia The Clmlt Court Of Tae Eighth Jacksonville. Florida. tloa and more iro Phall Tai ned priced Get de- Flo* Tax a.d
seems 1derlip's I. Clrcnlt Cwirt. Bradford. COBOJ Jadlclal Clrealt Of FUrldai IB Attys. tor Pl!. l/2 4t SIll for your donjck B.a<.labl Goodyear yese old tire
enjoying a fair business from the Keystone Heights I ry Mooty and family while Mr. Florida In CaaarcrT. Aid For Bradford CounCil la ,! today! Get Mara- your old tire Wklle aUe-
Syble A.
Bateman Plaintiff vs. !NOTICE thOBa. wall .wl
CaaaceryGrace
area. but patronage from Starke could be improved, Vanderlip is working throughout Rqjbert C. Bateman. Defendant.Case P. Sheehan, Plaintiff. vs. IB Circuit Court. Bradford County, I
Florida. No. 10-343 James V. Sheehan. Jr., Defendant 1"1"1 In ChaaeeryDrexal I
the owner thought. Order. Of Publication .'IUIe'h'e To Bill To Set Auld Divorce Deere McLean Hlnson. Plaintiff. -- ..- .
tBprari Suite' of Florida To. Notice To File Written Defenses vs. :Elouise Hlnson Defendant For Low Cost Value .
Mrs. Ben Hall returned home Robert C. Bateman whose residence State of Florida To James V. Shee j Case No. 10-345

Sooo to make a lone story short. he placed a small : Monday after a week's visit with You and are address required isUnknwon.:to appear. on I ha.n'h Jr., whose address Is: Sgt. Notice To Appears SEE
PATHFINDERTIRE
advertisement in the Telegraph, and "It really paid her niece. Mrs. R. A. Rainey. in Court March and 15, 1954.cause in wherein the above plaintiff earned THEW

off! Run that ad again. said Bob. Richmond, Va. seeks divorce.

B'radford County Telegraph shall GOOD/YEAH 1
by
publish this Order In next four
has done for Bob's Out- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and weekly issues. are invited.
What Telegraph advertising Witness my hand and official iYou Not a second! .65 f

board Motor Shop it can do for you and your business son. Jimmy, of Tampa spent the seal at Starke. Florida this February ( 11
weekend with Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand 11. 1954.OFFICIAL S Not a retread!
bring you new customers new users of the ( SEAL) Charles A. Darb> to try the most festive ice cream you ever I
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. As Clerk of said Court \.o a It's brand newt! 600 10
services you offer. By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk put a spoon to- I Plan Tav and
Charles R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life 'I your old tire
Mrs. Millard F. Jones of Rocky Bldg.. Jacksonville. Florida. made with extra cream real) praline fudge-

We will be glad to assist you with an effective advertising Mount, N. C. was the guest of I Attys. for Pit. 2/12 4t 3/5 and an extra-big helping of buttered pecans. I, r --

program. One which will "really pay off" if I Mrs A. Z. Adkins from Saturday I'. !NOTICE 10 APPEAR 1 Save 50% on firs_costs! Une-ia-U.k

carried out consistently and aimed at the customersyou I to Tuesday after which they both Florida Circuit In Toart.('.......n.Bradford Coaaty.

want to reach. went to Fort Lauderdale for a I Alice Johnson Barnosky vs George JCTRA-MIIEAGE HEW TRIADS be ... ywmff few

week. !jBarnosky, Defendant. LADY BORDENPPALINE .
these 1Jre.
I Case No. 10-361 9.30
I !Settee To Appear. > New tire materials!

Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner,I I To: George BArnotky. whose redo I New tire performaneel New Triads... .
o o de nee and address is: Unknown. GOOd.
and son, Douglas. and Rev. W. E:I You are hereby notified that a ., "'Y.r J New lire appearancel Plus Tax aid '/ JM---11

Hall attended the World Baptist Suit for divorce custody and := your old tire -
1 control of minor children and PECAN \ :
fellowship meeting at the Akron I I resoration of maiden name Terms! -Pay as low as $1.25 a week for a set of fOUR) I
JUST YOUR SERVICE has been filed
SAY WORD-WE'RE AT
TilE Temple in Akron Ohio from Tuesday -[ against you In the
I above named Court and cause and
to Thursday of last week. ) yon are required to serve a copy of
i| They! returned home Saturday. {:your answer or pleadIng to the

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHENTERING ,, .' complaint Attorney tol T. Plaintiff Frank Landrnm icecream Service Center Station

: Mrs. C. O Dupuis and Mrs. Starke. Florida
: I and tile the original In the office / COODYEARTIBISi
2150 HOMES: EACH WEEK Harry Basset! and children of Ala- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court -gbecause it's made with extra cream! ; SEEBER D. GOODMANU.
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22 of March. 1JS4 -
day
1 Alexander and daughter, Wilma, I otherwise the allegations; of said I S. 301 at South City LimitsmID.Y.
c" I I Complaint will be taken as con-
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY MARCH 5, 1954


I I family spent Sunday afternoon in i Mattie Sewell and Kenneth Mott of Jamestown, N. Y. General Hospital.

SERVICE MEN I : /!!!: < SOIL CONSERVATION y I Jacksonville.Mrs.. Hewett. Anderson and I were visiting in Tallahassee Sun I Katherine Harrell, Stiinley; Susie, Jeanne, and Joanne Wait,

: ) .\ day.Mrs. Green, and Polly Wait of Bn+ker and Sandra and Jackie Mott went
: .. : children are spending a few daysin Percy Sullivan and of
... son
.- ., NEWSBy i and Joyce and Joan SchoU of to the Boy's Club in Gainesville
:: : Monticello while Mr. Andersonis Theressa were visiting the G. W. Starke attended the Basketball Monday night.
1:1 on a business trip to Mississip- Raborns Wednesday.
:1 Bill Haas tournament in Jacksonville Fri-
_."
.iI'" pi. Lavonia Hodges attended the ToR
i .! : U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Mrs. G. B. Colson went to Brown Reunion at the home of day night. ,
;t :!' Mrs. I Misery
t.t Gainesville Howard Douglas became
on business
Frank
.. : k Monday. Brown near Lake City Sun- b"OS
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SERVICE Jackie Dval and sick and was taken to the
: room mate hospital ,i
,
I I day.Mr.
,. -
/ II : Jeanette Brownlee
spent the Friday
and Mrs. Roy Green and morning. We haven't heard ,

I 'weekend with Jackie's parents, family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. as yet as to how she
Sgt Earl M. Wainwright, son "The Board of Supervisors for John E. Lambe, President, Flo- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. is getting, lie
the Bradford Soil Conservation rida Association of Soil Conser- T. Taylor of Palatka Sunday. along but she is in the Alw-hua
of Mr and Mrs. N. C. Wainwrightof Rev. and Mrs. Orville Mrs. I UQOTO M UBUTS'MM MST KB0CUSS
Brookinsand G. W. Raborn and
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I District will hold their regular vation District Supervisors, statesin daughter
Penney Farms, is serving in children of Hampton were Mrs. F. M. Sullivan went to ,
monthly meeting Thursday March his letter to the Board that the
Korea with the 5th Regiment the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville on business Monday. I T at's Our Business
State Soil
I 4, at Lloyd Green's home states Conservation Board
Combat Team. He entered the Evan Hodges Sunday. Frank H. Thomas, father of
V. R. Ferguson, Chairman. The expressed themselves as being in i If'It's Glass We Have It!
Annette Green Mrs. Russell Green died at the -
Army in March 1953 and took main topic for discussion will be accord with the idea and have ana Ann Crosby I :
r- basic training at Ft. Jackson, S. the Water Policy Project. The promised their cooperation. Mr. attended an FBLA Convention in age of 86. Funeral services for _.9:1r: I / I : CALL WRITE or VISIT

,, r, I fC. He is now serving as supply Florida Association of Soil Con- Lambe went on to say, "We are Tallahassee this weekend. They Mr. Thomas were held in the I
stayed in the dormitories Brandy Baptist Church near Bald- i aIfi Jpe Peters Glass Co
sergeant of his company. His ad- servation Districts is sponsoringa hopeful that every group and individual -I on the A
o of the University. win Sunday at 3:00: Those' ,
dress is: Sgt. Earl M. Wain- move to assemble water facts with an interest in wa- campus They p. m.
also visited the who attended were :Mrs. Rosa : FOR ANY GLASS NEED
wright-24640658, Co. A, 5th RCT, capitol building
with a view towards the eventual ter can be contacted and made
i, APO 52, care PM, San Francisco, development of a State Water aware of our intentions and givenan while there. Pinholster, Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, I e Wr Design Modern Store Fronts
K 1 Calif. Mrs. James Hamilton of Alachua I and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Law- Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Policy for Florida that. will allow opportunity to participate in
1---- spent the weekend with Mr. hon of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs ,' Table Tops
1I all water users a fair and developing a water policy for
I William H. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. Lee Green and Mrs. Zada DuBoseof
equitable share of this valuable the State that will give everyone 1313 N.W. 4th PI. 'Jainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
i and Mrs. W. H. Hall of Rt. 1, Mr. Z. W. Hamilton went to Gainesville.Mr. .
and in the future, who deserves it fair
resource now a and equit- I
Box 72, Starke, is serving with I Bradenton on business '
and at the time give legal able share of the State's water I Monday.Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Crews and
same
,
\k! the 47th Division at Camp Ruck- guidance for protecting and con- resources". Doyle Hazen and son. daughter, Mrs. C. W. Tompkinsof I' ilk
$ Ala. He
r/ er was recently pro- serving the supply Ralphie spent Sunday in Lake Jacksonville and Mrs. Mattie

.._ moted and is now assigned as The F. F. A. boys under the Butler with her parents, Mr. and Barry were the dinner guests of I;
Colin D. Gunn, State Conservationist 9PIECEBED
!# of the 256th A
supply sergeant
supervision of Mr. Hutchins used Mrs. D. L. Ward. the Lloyd Barrys Sunday.

Edward A Winkler, con of Mr. AA AW Bn. (SP). He entered says "We, as employeesof the District's rotocycle mower on I II ; Mr. and Mrs. A. D Kelley of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crosbyof i
the Army in May 1953. the Soil Conservation Service, the ;FFA farm. It the Jacksonville were visiting rela-
and Mrs. E. A. Winkler] of Starke, I was decision Leesburg were the dinner
a technical agency with the responsibility -!of the I tives in Brooker this weekend.Mr. .
at their
boys last
meetingto guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W
enlisted in the Air in January Pvt. John
Corps Leslie Griffis, son of the conservation, I ROOM 1 1I
for make their FFA farm one of and Mrs. L. A. :Mott and Thomas Sunday.
and is basic
Mrs.
now taking Gloria Bernice Griffis, Rt.
use and management of water on the finest in the State.A family visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Guests who have dropped in
training courses at Lackland AFB, 2, Box 33, Starke, has completed lands are much 1
agriculture very
Rahn of Raiford
Tuesday. the
through week at the Wait
San Antonio, Texas. Before en- advanced military training with the level line
concerned with legal aspectsof was run from the Carol Cox of Gainesville home
tering the Air Corps, Winkler had Heavy Mortar Company, 61st spent are Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie GROUP
water. It will facilitate our Santa Fe River back to the edgeof the weekend with Susie Wait. Swartz
three of service with the Regiment, 8th Inf. Div., Ft. Jack- of Mayville, New York
years if workable water policy field for Howard Waits of Phone 80
work a a Starke
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mott, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker ,, Fla.
.
Starke National Guard company.His son, S. C. for the State can be developed Brooker. The level was run to determine -

present address is: Edward that will furnish the of ", 1 BED
us more guid- depth a ditch need
A. Winkler Cpl. Earl L. Stokes, son of 1 was 169.95
Fl-56, Sqdn. 3725, ance from legal point of view than to supply water so that Howardand I-CHEST !
Henry B. Stokes, Rt. 2, Starke,
Lackland AFB San Antonio, EL RANCHO
we now have in the technical solution Doyle Hazen can irrigate to- VANITY
Is
Texas. serving with the 3rd Inf. Div.
He would appreciate hear- of our water problems." bacco. !
I VANITY BENCW(
ing from friends. in Korea. He has been overseas .1

I since last June, and is serving asa 'rTT ..YTYTTYY.TTTTTTTT ter Patty went to Jacksonville RESTAURANT MATTRESS <
I NOW 139 95
,. machine gunner with the 15thRegiment's Friday. While there, Mr:?. Big- 1-COIL SPRINGS' .
I u S. SOl at N City Limits
Co. E. 1 BEDSPREAD !
BROOKERBy ham was surprised to find that I .
I ---- Starke, Fla.
; T--i. her brother, Peewee Hardee has PILLOWS
Pvt. Eldridge A. Hayes, son of I
come home from service for .
,- Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes of Polly) Wait Jr.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.. few days. a Special Sunday DinnersSANDWICHES

Brooker. has recently been assigned -
:Mrs. Beulah Harrell has beenill I 0 .
to the 702nd TransportationGroup I ,
(Railway) at Ft. Eustis, P. T A. and was taken to the hospital.I S BAR-B QUE .

Va. He was inducted into the The Brooker PTA met Thurs- We hope that she. will be home CHICKEN & RIBS i

Army in July 1953 and received day night in the school cafeteria soon.Mrs. I 1c

.. his basic training at Camp Gordon -I with President Hewlett Anderson : Don Long and daughter Curb Service 3-12 P.M.

i ii Ga. He will now complete presiding. The guest speakerfor Vicky returned from Lakeland Open 6 A.M. 12 p. I.EI Rancho Steaks :
additional training in a military{ the evening was Dr. Coving- with Mrs. Albertus Miller Friday.

if i occupational specialty by actually I ton the District Health Officer. They plan to remain with the HERB THOMAS I :

working on the only railroad within Millers for few I
i ,Refreshments were served after a days. Steaks 5 5i
the continental limits of the the meeting by the hostesses for Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges RESTAURANT

U. S. that is completely operated the evening Mrs. G. W. Davis, Jr. and son Randal Evan of Nash- Chops and Hc
I U. S. 301 at S. City Limit 4
by the military-the Ft. Eustis Mrs. J. W. Kelley, Mrs. Lloyd ville, Tenn. were the weekend SeafoodOPEN
Starke, Fla.
rail system. Dyal, and Mrs. H. H. Mott. guests of their parents, Mr. and i -
Specializing Ia ;i Similar ToAbove
Personals Mrs. Evan Hodges of Brooker
M. Sgt. Robert C. Long, son 24 HOURS DAILY '
Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brook- Weekday & Sunday
land
of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long of I of Hampton. OWNED, OPERATED AND Picture
,the State Farm, received an Oak! were In Brooker visiting the DINNERS
I
|i Leaf Cluster to the Bronze Star:I Barrys Saturday afternoon. I Iva Mae Lewis was home with STAFFED BY LOCAL PEOPLE

Medal for meritorious service with her family from Orange Heights
I I :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and I

f' y' I the 45th Infantry Division in I children were the supper guestsof this weekend. \ ,
Mrs. Susie Carter of Gaines-
I Korea. Sgt. Long received the Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby J

Ed Teston, son of Mr. and Mrs. cluster in lieu of a duplicate med- Saturday. ville spent the week with :Mr. .

Teston of is also al for his services as ammunition 1 and Mrs. Harley Shaw. Hurry !
J. B. Lawtey Mr. and. Mrs. J. W. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Cutis M. Chambersand
for the division's 179th
in basic training at Lackland sergeant and boys and Wilbur Barry attended -
son Martin of Jacksonvillewere
AFB. Before entering the Air Regiment. He is now first sergeant -, the Basketball Tourna-
he also member of of the 45th Division's Re- in Lake visiting her parents, Mr. !
Corps was a ment Saturday night Hurry
the Starke National Guard. placement Co. Before entering the Butler. and Mrs. Evan Hodges. j

.
L. R Gainey of Jacksonvillewas
in 1937, Long civil
The basic training at Lacklandis Army was a .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoffmanand
engineer visiting in Brooker this week- ,
preparing Winkler and Teston daughter of Gainesville were Hurry!
for entrance into Air Force technical -I end.Mrs.
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester: the dinner guests of Mr. and Mattie Barry and Mrs. N.
training, and for assignmentin I Mrs. W. E. and family
Bigham
brook parse-size fountain pens In G. Hayes were in Gainesville on

specialized work. pastel shades. Only $%.31 at Brad- Thursday night business Saturday. A Grand Prize A Day !Is Being Given Away 1 .

ford County Telegraph. Mrs. Grace Bigham and daugh. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and
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FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 19M

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I corn before they did. -
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t2 FARMER'SDIARY I We certainly like to hear the

mocking birds sign. When they

I do you can be sure that at least
t?
then they do not have their big

fat mouth full of berries.HIGHLAND.
i'N-llvtr4 unde'restim te
The author wiO be glad to receive

Items of Interest concern- y yyyyyyy ItnYVV _

: In; the activities ot farmers In _

Bradford County. Suggestions may I I
< of
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be left at the Telegraph office or power sa s u+.
mailed to Sam BIcGarvey Lawtey,
By Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

By Sam McGarveyWAAAALAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I I tl'I': __

Church News } 0 ?a
I I a button !
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. each
Noticed that Richard Carteris farming jobs, hoeing is about the fT)
Sunday Worship services each
packing a "six shooter" these worst. Mrs. Thornton told us f
Sunday at U a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
days. Seems that he carries the about hoeing tobacco from morning .
Prayer service each Wednesday
.22 target pistol on him when 'til night and we know what
at 7:30 Choir practice each
m.
: p.
she for we've hoed berries
tractoring in the field and takes means
"pot shots" at varmints of all and it is a wearisome job. Albert Friday at and 6:30 p. m.each Teachers Satur- When you wear the Red Cress C ; : : :: '
Study
meeting
kinds. It must be fun, and it no told us about some of the old pear .
doubt breaks the monotony of trees, set out many years ago, day at 7:30: p. m. Come out and YOU ARE THERE!

long hours of going back and forthin still over at Kingsley Lake. worship with us. aa
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp of
a field. His daddy Oscar Carter 'S.
Heilbronn were in our community
has some fine white hogs. Mayor Charles Shuford of Law-
several last week
days I
They have been "double treated", tey had a fine young Guernseybull :Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and .. :
fixed, wormed, and rings put in You ere there when blood saves the life of
calf for sale, and we certainly ( )
W. Hardee in Jackson- '"
C.
were K n: $ this little girl Last year, your Red Cross
their snouts to rooting x
prevent up wish had '
we room for the ani- ville on business last week. Ho- prociu'ed over 4,000,000 donations of) precious .
the pasture. mal. He is one of the most vigorous I
mer and W. C. Hardee are now blood. Most of what is collected
S. healthy-looking calves we've employed there. r this year will save lives of civilians:

Our berries are coming in production seen. Nellie and Bud Wilkinson of mothers in childbirth, accident and sur-

now, and day by day Hugh were visiting the Lacey x :;-r;:: i3tients.I .

we're getting busier. Only pick Having a lot of Tun this week. Normans Saturday.

ing a few yet, but there is a lot in our spare time, entertaining old Sarah Lee Brown and Leonard

of bloom and plenty of fruit, and friends from 'Jersey Mrs. Edward Wilkinson of Maxville, Mr. and I tb

soon we hope we'll be flooded with Capell, and Miss Ruth, who Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Mary p; r'r $
berries. In these days of light teaches school. She is on a tour I Sapp and children of Lawtey and W. 1 fie
Q
production we pick standing up of the South on a Ford Foundation'Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and

and that mean a lot of bendingover Fellowship. They are "city slickers" son of Heilbronn attended church

and that wears us out. But and don't know yet quite .
here Sunday.Mr. ,
soon we'll be down on our hands what to make. of the farming :Mc- A 3 \ \
and Mrs. E. C. Harveywere a
and knees and that saves a back Garveys. i ? S4 in Jacksonville Monday on
ache.
S e e I
business. I
.5. The cows, all the way from Hazel Griffis was cutting meat
Our Florida 90's are slow as to some
Hope up Joy are putting stuckin
when the knife slipped and ,.
syrup pouring out of a bottle in meat on their bones once again stitches 3t Ay dti t
4
her leg. Had to have >
a "freeze". They are growing into helped a lot, we think, by the in it. t Ty '

bigger plants, with fewer bloom, winter grazing pasture. But we Jean Converse of Jacksonvillewas Yow ere there when a serviceman's letter goes home. 117,200
but the longest berries we've ever by the fact that they
are puzzled
''Ii of month Red
visiting her father who is IJ our men were helped every by your Cross-
seen. Some of them look almost are drinking very little water. Do
ill. with everything from an extra toothbrush to an emergency ,
like baby "cukes". So far the Mis- they get enough from the heavy very
flight home. And that doesn't count help for 105,200 service'
sionaries have put it all over the dews? T. E.. Pease of St. Marys, Ga.Hugh aye
90's but we have an idea that before were visitmfg\ the Lacey families a month, or visits and help to the 115,000 patientsIn 1 .

long the picture will change. Every once in a while we hear !munity Sunday. veterans' hospitals each month. 4 ;

Trouble now is the 90's are ripening the expression "farming is a R. C. Griffis of Lawtey fatherof .

slowly and the birds get gamble", and the more we hear Mrs. Lacey Norman is very ill:

them before we do. it, the more we agree. A farmer Our pastor E. C. Harvey attended
I
plants with no guarantee that he I a meeting at Jacksonville 1

Up at the far end of our patchwe will either raise the crop success- Heights church Wednesday r--------

laW that something had just fully or sell it; if he raises it, he Joe Marr spent the weekend in

about cleaned up all the fruit, still doesn't know if he will sellit Starke with his sisters Ollie Marr

even those just turning pink. We and if he does sell it, often and Florence Rigsby.

made a round, looked up and saw the price is pitifully low. Evelyn Norman, Charles Mos-
the reason. A covey of quail were .
ley, Eugene Norman and Estelle YOU or. th/r1 when beaft-warning encouragement
having a dandy time, and Sam Got to try to get over to Brooker Green visited the Zoo in Jacksonville ; food shelter, medical aid
wished he had the shotgun handy.
this season and see the folks Sunday. You ore then when lives are saved reajh' these tornado victimS Your Red I Ii
Just to frighten them, of course! tobacco. We hear that it q '
working by folks trained by your Red Cross ty Cns last year devoted over $6,600,000 ;
e is hard work and that it is worth >OTICF.OF I>TP.\TIO\ TO i i folks !
stricken disaster-
to help by
REGISTER FICTITIOUS: KAMB Thanks to your generosity, the
Hope we can get our berries every penny the farmer gets for Notice is hereby given that the Red Cross trained 779,800 people fools fires, tornados. Your generosity /
hoed, fertilized and mulched this I his crop. undersigned, under the provisions >
i n e it possible to rebuild shattered
'it Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, In first aid, 675.000 in water safety. 3 .
coming week, as "Bub" Carter Acts of 1941. will register with the First aiders operating over 16,000 : .v and homes_for 24,500_families. }
warned us not to make the mistake I Seems that lots of growers including Clerk of the Circuit Court in and !
for Pradford County, State of Florida Red Cross highway stations and c '
of waiting until March, when Raleigh Conner, antici- upon receipt of proof of publica- '
the wind would make scatteringthe pated the frost this week for in- tion of this notice the fictitious mobile units fought the traffic ac r -
name of Thomas Truck Terminal cident death toll'Answer "
"grass" almost impossible. stead of jumping the gun and under which I am engaged in bus- a -
Little by little wp -learn, and we planting early, many held off until iness on U. S. Highway :301 south of R 9w. rq '
Starke, Florida. ,. Your Red Cross button
do friendly ., .
sure appreciate tips.
the weather settles. Luther '
That the sole owner of said business .
I II I ,w says that you
Hilliard told us that he believesin is: A ,,1 believe In helping
Talking to Mrs. Georgia Thorn I waiting a bit and gave as Jack Dated E.this Hazen 12th Starke.day of February Fla. ;y'' :35 m'' C' l'a > V people. Never under.

ton and Albert Batten this week I I example the time he planted later A.D. 1954 at Starke, tradrord County _.. estimate its power-
Florida. it means that regardless .
and we all agreed that, of all than others, and then pickeed 2/12 4t 3/5 ;
of race, creed or t
I the Call-Join J i your Red Cross b, N color, whenever people

are in trouble l
r I --- you are there. Join- ,
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARRE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAECH 5, 194



b I old dresser mirror have bare Just to live is enough to see and file the origrnat in tee ortico or weekly issues. March 15 1954. in ftc above iaed Complaint wQ be taken as con
the Clerk of the Court on Witness my hand -jfficial Court cause wherein plaintiff teased b
CI"cui an ano ,,ou
7 spots? Remove pasteboard and the blue-domed sky ir before the seal at Starke. Feb. seeks di\"arce This Iha1 be pttbiua

cover the back with tinfoil and Unclouded 15 day of March 1)54; 21, 1)34. Telegraph shall once each week four consecutive
on a dreamy sum- otherwise the allegations of said 10*'* SolAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs publish this Order la next four weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

: shellac or glue the foil. Replacecover. mer day; Complaint will be taken as confessed Clerk of said Court weekly issues graph.
: by you. Ry Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk my hand and official Dated this day of February
1
will loosen old To view the
Kerosene
earth wrapped in This notice shal ae published Zach II. Douglas, 505 Lynch Bldg., seal at Starke, Florida, this Feb- nu.Vb'FICIAL.

putty if burned on a string, small its cloak of green, onee each week four consecutive Jacksonville FloridA mary 11, 1954.OFFICIAL \ SEAL) Charles A Darby
weeks In the Bradford County Tele. Attys. for Plf. %! S/19 I ( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Clerk of the Circuit
portion at a time along the window The changing sea now blue, now rraph. _ i Clerk of said Court By Marian 1 Crosby, Deputy Cov Clerk!

LilM; hiONCA.NEBRr I frame. Roll newspaper and white, nw gray: Dated this 5 day of February. >OTICE By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk %lt
At
Curqess !. Circuit Charles R.
Court. Bradford CoBBty, Hes- 204 Guanty Life
tuck into the crevice behind daven- To the
see silver
I river lace the \v 'FICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida, In Chinrrry.Drezal Bid?., Jacksonville, .

---- ==- I port cushions. They will hold theI lands; Clerk of the Circuit Court McLean 1Ins'Jn. T'aintiff.is. Attys. for Plf. %/1 I 3/5 I. Circuit NOTICE TO APPEAR
Court
Bradfard
.
C .
Clerk
By Marian Ciosby. Deputy Elouise 7.
I slipcovers in place and make them The frowning mountains capped 1 % 4t 3/5 1Inson FUrHai IB Ckaaerry.
.NOTICE
APPEAR
Wherein the lovely winter days soul grieved so at her husband'spassing. I _____> /1 Case No. 10":345 10 Everett Hurlbnrt
ifit Circuit vs
better. with gleaming snow; Notice To Appear a Court. Braite'Cet. Hurlburt PWntt.
wind and She has five sons la The Circuit Florida To Eloise Florida la ,. Shirley
bring us sunshine, a grown Coar.f : Hinson, whose residence Caae-n
I I What a wonderful world we live The jeweled prairies shadowless Eighth In And and Alice vs. George Case No. ID-S4J
(nal address is: Rt. 1, White-
flurry of snowflakes I piece my and one daughter. Lovely family. in and what a state is this Ne- and bright; For Bradford I vine, North Carolina. Barnosky. Defendant. Nltt To Appr.

quilt and help my husband. I My garden seeds have arrived I braska The Louis Cohen. Plaintiff vs. Sydelle You are hereby notified that a Case No. 10-J61 ence Hurlbur who resi-
when is the and
one young enough opalescent dawn, sun- Cohen, Defendant I suit for Divorce has been Notice T* Appear 9th Far Bach

I and my plants will come when I yet to feel the race of the heart set glow.To DIVORCE against you In the above ted To George Brnosky. whose residence Island t York. ROkawaT Lng

Thanks thanks for love and time to set them out. W* do not [ and pulse as the wind buffets one live and see is enough. NOTICE TO APPEARTo I nort and cause and you are required and 1: Unkown You are heresy notified that a
life, for all they bring : Sydelle Cohen. whose residence to serve a copy of your answer You are hereby a suit for
make a garden until May, but i about. Soon the Spring will come and address is 195J 70th or pleading to the complainton Suit for divorce custody and Divorcehas

For love that shines amidst the sometimes if one does not order and sap in the trees will rise and Beneath the spell of nature's Street. Brooklyn New York. Apartment I. the Evan Plaintiffs Attorney, control resoration of of minor maiden children name and been filed against you In the
T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange
shadows like early they run out of seeds. I shall my spirits rise to sing a song of beauty one feels the need to kneel You 10D are: hereby notified that a Building Jacksonville- has been filed against you in the you above ae named Court to serve and cause a copy and of

The sun. dispelling night and let someone buy seeds of another I summer. The are already and pray, to thank God for the suit for divorce has been filed Florida. above named Court and cause and require pleading to the
geese :
against you In the abeve named and file the original in the office of you are required to ere a copy of yor
dark for life beautiful complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
; I like Earl May's. I I world and the many answer or pleading to the
company. seen going north and I was certain court and cause. and you are required the Clerk of the Circuit Court on your Evan T. Evans, 103

Swift pulsing thought the veins, never have a faillIeith: their 1 I saw an early robin. wonderful Christain people we to serve a copy of your answer 'or before the complaint on the T. PlantfaAtorney Law Exchange Building. Jacksonville -
to the bill 29 day of March 1J54 Frnk Lndrum
or pleadings of ; Florida
know
glad life, full life seed. The days pass so swiftly andI i Here is another poem by the in it complaint on the plaintiff's attor- I otherwise the allegations of said In the office of
I and file the origins In the office and file the original
That soars aloft like some love every one of them. I have j i same writer Dunroy He loved God bless you all, ney. T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Complaint wi be taken as confessed I of the Cleric of ths Circuit Court the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Florida. and file the original in by ) .
grand song among 18 blocks done on Grandmoth'Nebraska LOVE, LURA on or before the or before the
my too'i : the office of the Clerk of the Circuit This notice shall he published

The arches of a vast cathedral; er's Flower Garden quilt. The other i I Court of Bradford County, once each week for four consecutive otherwise 22 day of the March.,1954; of said 22 day the of Marcn. 1954.otherwise ; of said
on or before March 29. 1954. weeks in the Bradford County Tele I allegations
yea. quilt is quilted and bound in Florida the allegations of said graph. Complaint by wi. be taken. a confessed ed Complaint will b taken as confess

for death for bill of complaint will be taken as Hated this 19 daof February, shall % published by you.
And thanks peace yellow. This notice e This notice Ehal! ue publishedonce
confessed by you. 1954. I week for f'ur consecutive
once each week four
each for consecutive
for sleep, a lull. This morning I made a banana This notice shall be published vur'FICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby weeks in the Bradfoid. County Telegraph weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
once each week for four consecutive I Clerk of the Circuit Court .
An interlude between the sound cream cake. Must be eaten in a .
weeks in the Bradford Marian L. Crosby Clerk
County Deputy of February,
I B Dated this 17 day Dated .this 15 day of February.
ingthrobs day or two and kept in a cool Telegraph. a n\'span..r of general 2/28 I 3/1 19St. 1954.
circulation in Bradford County Charles A, Darby
SEAL
[OFFICIAL (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. DarbyClerk
Of life's great orchestra. place. Florida.Dated In Circuit : County Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Circuit Court

Dated this 24 day of February. Florida; la By Marian Crosby. Deputy Cl rk. Marian Deputy Clerk
I Crosby
William Reed Dunroy. Banana Cream Cake 1954. I Ronald X ., Plaintiff. L 3/12 By 1 3 12

1 cup sugar, 1-2 cup butter. I (OFFICIAL SEAl Charles A. Darby Irene- -P.. _Shnli"'n.rt". -rWenriuntCase- 2/1 I lil I
is the first I Circuit Court No. 10-344
The above poem 2-3 CUD milk. little salt, 2 cups By Marian Crosby Deniity Clerk Order Oi mhltration And NotIce NOTICE TO APPEAR IB Circuit Court. Bradferl County,

stanza of "All Is Good" printedover sifted flour 2 tsps. baking powder. I 1 2/26 4 3/1 To Appear Stale of Florida To In Cll'fl Court Bradford < .t, Floridai IB (". ",
Irene F. Shubert, whose residenceand Florida IB .ane.ry. James W. Keys. Plintiff. va
50 years ago. Dunroy was 1 tsp. vanilla. I beat all this I The Circuit Court Of address is528 Weber Road Helen Morykon HoUock. Plalntf. Fotene P. Keys,

born and reared in Nebraska. I with electric beater. Then add I F.Igltl Judicial Circuit Flord (West New Orleans. Luisiana vs. Nicholas Hollo<-k. : Case No. 10-3s
Ad Case 10-36 !
are required on Order Of Publication tad Notice T*
County. In Nq
love his book. "Corn Tassels". De- two eggs. Bake in two 8-1 in. cake Bj Geo. T. Huggliu Zblslaw M. Roehr. Chanrel, vs. March 15, 1951 in the above nam- Notice To Appear.To Appear; State Of Florida T.t

lightful reading. He too loved pans well greased and floured. County Agent Wanda L. Roehr. Defendant. ed Court and caute, wherein plaintiff : Nicholas Hollock. whose residence Fetene P. Keys, whose residenceand
DIVORCE seeks divorce. and address U: Leigh Street. address Is 758 Park Place
life. The sun is shining here and 375 degrees until done. Between Extension Service Bradford County Telegraph shall Mountain Top. Pennsylvania.You Niagara New York.
Agricultural NOTICE TO
APPEAR Fall
the wind blowing a gale. I love to the publish this Order in next four are hereby notified that a You to appear oa
layers put: To: Wanda L. Roehr whose residence weekly issues. suit for March 2!, 1954, in the above named
hear it. Seems more like March Cream Filling I decision on fertilizing pasture. In and address is Rolling Acres, Witness my hand and official Divorce and restoration of Court and wherein plaintiff -

which it will soon be. We have I Leaf spot on Strawberries most cases it will to fertilize.If Thomaston. Connecticut: seal at Starke Florida, this Feb- maldEn name seeks \ cause. County
1-2 cup sugar, 1 well beaten j I pay You are hereby notified that a ruary 11, 19B.'OFJ'ICIAL has been filed against you in the Telegraph shall publish this Order
not had much snow this winter. Some berry growers are concerned with emphasis above named Court and cause and
fertilizing
I I are suit for divo-ce
egg; 1 cup milk 5 tablespoons you SE-Li Charles A. DarbyAs in next four weekly lsuls
Just a few flakes yesterday. The flour. Cook in double boiler witha now about leaf spot show- on Clover, you want to step I has been filed against you in the Clerk of said Court you are required pleading t(t-erve a the copy complaint of!- Witness my hand and official seal
i I above namedCourt and cause and By Marian L. Crosby Deputy your answer or at Starke. Florida, this 18,
days but cold. We had a the fiAls. Generally, If the Clerk the Plaintiff's Attorney Febrar
on
sunny piece of butter until thick. Let I ing up in up the amount of potash. you are required to serve a copy of Charles R Hess, 204 Guaranty Lift T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla.nd (OFFICIAL SEAL) DarbyAs

funeral yesterday. I furnished the cool. Add vanilla. Slice banana I I it is not considered an economical pasture is grass alone, then nitrogen your answer or pleading to the bill i Bldg., Jacksonville. Florida. file the original in the Clerk of said Court
of complaint on the Attys for Plf S/12:! 4t 3/5 offc By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
music as it was here at the Mor over the bottom layer and spreadthe practice to dust or spray for leaf in the key element. Attorney Plaintiffs of the Clerk of the Circuit Chas. Hess SO4 Guaranty Cerk

tuary. I sang good old time hymns. cream tilling on top. Lay the ;i spot but it can become bad Honeybees Aid The Crop A, Z. Adkins Jr., S SE First In Florida Circuit Court' Bradford County,I or 1954 before; otherwise the 22 the diy allegations of March.of Bldg.. R JackoDie. Fla. Lfe
In (
"Shall We Gathe'r At The River" top layer and press gently. enough that preventive measures Honeybees may mean the difference and Avenue file the original Gainesvile In, Florida ;Nolen bancrryElizabeth Green Plaintf. vs said Complaint will be taken as cen- Attye. Pi. %/1 I 3 12JrOTICE

and"When The Roll Is Called Up The be spread with I must be taken to check the between success or failureof of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Walter Noseworthy fessed by you. TO APPEAR
top This
may : or before March ant. notice sikii pUblished
29. 1954 otherwise .
Y >nder". That was the widow's of the copper to reseed or to Case No. 10-342 la Circuit (Court Bradford County
one legumes I
each week
powdered sugar frosting or eaten spread. Any your the allegations of said bill of once to four consecutlv .
Florida IB
I them witha complaint be taken Order Of And Notice T., weeks In the Bradford County Tele Cla."r'
request. sang softly plain. ( materials will be effective. Ai make a profitable crop of seed for by 'U a confessed Appear.Publ..aton. _Florida_ To_ graph. Jerry S. Coby. VI Pauline
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certain tempo so as not to make i I of the this spring. you Walter- Green. whose- Coby
bordeaux mixture is one harvesting This shall be publishedonce Noseworthy Defendant
Dated this 17 day of February w,
I iatea
.. ..,
her weep, because the poor dear HELPFUL HINTS. Does your most common while a material Bees are not kept for producing each week for four consecutive residence is Glen Purnie. Marylandand 1954 To Appear nv. -
whose mailing address P. O.
is XoUe
weeks in the PTadford
County Telegraph OFFICIAL Charles
,
( A Darby
known as dithane is one of the honey alone. It is estimated they a newspaper of general circulation Box 333 Glen Burnie. Maryland.You SE Circuit Court To: Pauline Coby. whose residenceand
.. -I: ; : : are required to appear on address is: 1761 Moore's Mill
for their in Bradford Flor. Marian
County By Crosby
newest. are worth 20 times more March 15, 1954, in the above named 1 Deputy Clek Road, Atlta Gorgia
Plums services than for honey Ida Court and cause wherein plaintiff 1/19 4t 31 You that
Feat-lies And pollenizing uotted a
For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write Spray For Dated this' day of February seeks divorce custody and con- suit for )
!
Brown rot, scab, and worms production. In gathering nectar 1954. trol of minor child. WOTICU TO APPEAR Divorcehas
several (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Bradford Telegraph shall 'I. Crtl Court, Brifo' C.. the
I from enjoying good and pollen honeybees visit County been filed against you In
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND keep you Clerk. Circuit Court publish this Order in next four C..trr. above named Court and cause and

plums and peaches if you have I II plants in one trip, thus helping to By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I weekly issues. Mae Felix Griffin Griffin., Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Lottie you are required to serve a copy of

I trees growing. As soon as mostof pollinate many plants that other- __ 2/26 4 3/19 Witness my hand and official seal Case No. 19-36S your answer or pleading to the core-
CHEMICAL CO. 'at Starke, Florida, this 10 February, \ To plaint on the Plintff'. Attorney
I I the petals have fallen, spray wise would not produce fruit or In ("Irt"ul Court. Bradford County. 1S54. .t. A".r. Joseph K. 211 GrahamBuilding
Lottie Mae whose
: residence -
2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. with a mixture of three pounds of seeds. "I.rldat Belle In Cha..eryCaroline (OFFICIAL SEA Charles A. Darby !I I and Grifin. c/o W. GBaytden Jacksonville, Florida
j Gill
atrt'ss
Plaintff. vs. of Said :,. and file the original In the .
Court Kinston North
DEMPSEY R. SAPP, Owner 50 Well Fed Sow*-Strong rigs! William David Gill.
';wettable parathion to gallons Defendant By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Carolina. the Clerk of the Circui Court on or

I of .water. About ten days after I If sows are producing strong Order Of Case Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building You are hereby notified that a before the 12 Mach 19S4;
And II
MOSS CONTROLPECAN : PuhlMlol :olleTo Jacksonville Fla.Att"s. I suit for Divorcehas otherwise the said
!I petals have fallen, apply the samespray' litters ot pigs in the spring, they 4' fr, Flnl'M. : for Pit 2/12 I 3/5 been filed against you in the Complaint will be taken aa confessed -

TREES SHADE TREES ETC. ': again. In about three weeks must get adequate feed during the residence William and David address Gill is, Sr.. whose ibove named Court and cause and by you
: c/o Rogers !. Court notice shall be published
Bradford This
I Clrt"ui Count rou are required to serve a copy of
Contact Us: Now For Estimates i apply the same spray again. This peroid of gestation. The sow must. Service Station, 1200 N. Slappy' In C'hanrrry. your answer or pleading to tht once each week for four consecutive

I sounds like lot of spraying but it have enough feed to maintain her Drive Albany, Georgia.You Syhle A. Bateman, Plaintiff. \'s. omplalnt on the Plaintiffs weeks in the Bradford County Tel..
0 Termite Control I I are required to appear on Robert C. Bateman. Defendant Attorney T. Frank Landrum, graph.
is necessary if you want clear own body and produce good healthy I March %9, 1954 in the above name Case No. 10-343 :Iark Florida Date this 1 day of February

i Court and rau'-e. wl..rf'h Order Of Publication tnd Notice To4linear and file pigs. I .
Household & Commercial
I fruit. 'seeks divorce custody and control ; "II'" <>f FlorMn To: ,f the Clerk of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

Should You Fertilize Grass Green forage crops are important of minor child. Ruhert C. Bateman. whose residence I >n or before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court
Exterminating j More nutritious grass meansI I to provide protein and vita. \ Bradford County Telegraph shall I and address is: fnknwon. I 22 day of March. 1954; I By Marian 1 Crosby Deputy
this Order
publish in next fourTH You are required to appear on : otherwise the allegations of said 2,19 U
available I :
Rodent Control I more pounds of beef for less cost. 1 1I mins. When such crops are .

It- may be that you need to estab- concentrate feed from the

I I I reduced or cut out if IN CIRCUIT ?ach of the years 1306 1973. both inclusive four per centum per payable Public Instruction of St. Lode .
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK lish a better grass so that fertiliz- sack can be COUT OF T'1 t :u I County,,
I .
CICmT. I I I:eml-nta.y on March and Septem Fon.! in deaho of $1.000
i''! Here grazing legumes. AND FOR LEON $1.380,000.00 State School Bonds to be .-ni t.e .
: er will pay off better. are sows are COt' FLORA b2 year maturing < dt\ 1. 19. bearing
W I.I..dIw I I' important ORDER TO ''i.issued far and on behalf of the Boardif in annual installment;, on s3 tertat exceedfur
the I :Minerals are highly Mrc rt rat Dt \
results of tests seen at Range BOARD OF EDUCA- ) t Public Instruction of Bay County.'e..cn of tie years 19;to bt inclusive. .per cnt aum. paJbl

I Cattle Experiment Station. Three I for good' health of the sow and SAT OF FLORIDA a body I ]Florida in tre denomination of $1.0 i.emi- Mab pr and pte-

-- -1 corporate under Sections 3 ) ,:ach. dte 1a I, 19S I-I State School Bonds oar 1 of year and maturing
of A commercial ea
formation pigs. $6.o.0 t b sa
of 6-6-6 was the
hundred pounds ap- I and 18 of Article XII of the ) I terest Dt to exceed I on behalf of the I m Iten o Mac

I plied in March, May, and August. mineral can be secured or you Constitution o the state of I four per centum per annum, payablesemiannually i Public. Instruction ot Holmes Bard .'each of the years 19 t 19 bot inclusive.
on March 1 and September .
FOR PROFITABLE CROPSUSE 362 | supply your own by using a Florida ) 1 of each and Flrda. m the denomination of $1.0'
Pangola grass produced can Petitioner ) annual installments year maturing serially of''i eac. dat March 1. 195 $0.0.0 State School Bonds to b
in March 1
of beef acre. Native thlee compartment box and putting vs. I a I a rate o to exceedfour on behalf of the Board
pounds per each of the 1956 to 1975 both
years inclusive. -
THE OF FLORIDA, I Public Instruction
per centum per payablesemiannually of Santa Kooa
I SATE
j I grass receiving same fertilizer I salt in one section, bone meal et a. I I on March anu.1 and September Foid in the denomination Cunt$1,0

...........,.,... _....'w..w.'u.W'...... 'I produced 144 pounds. Argentine or limestone in one, and mixed Respondents. I $325,000.00 Slt School Bonds to be I 1 of cacti year and maturing se date rl 1. 195 -
issued for behalf of the Board of in annual installm-nts
on exceed
: ::1L TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND I t rte rats 10\ t
Bahia Pensacola Bahia and Coastal mineral in the other. The last THE SEVUIAL PROPERTY OWN- 'Public Instruction of Bradford County each of the ye,, .t 1973, both inclusive. per centum anu payable

Fertilizers Bermuda fertilized in the same I is to supply little bits of iron, copper ERS. TAAYER CITIZENS AND Florida u tie denomination of $1,0 ,: on March ad September -

."""......."' ...............,..,."....... ....: '_..,, OR CLAIMINGANY 'each dat Mar 1, 1934, I $ .0.0 State School Bn to be'in 1 of each year and trm&
; way produced 236 224 and 212 etc. RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST tel a or rates not to exceed.issued on behalf Boardof a"ua Utaet

I. of beef respectively. Sows should gain during gesta- IN THE PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED per centum per annum, payable I Public Instruction pounds semi-annuaily on 1 and September -
BY THE ISSUANCE BY I Marc !Florida tre denomination of $1.000each
1 The difference between beef production tion and they will lose that amountor THE SAT BOARD OF EDUCATION 1 of each year ; seriallyin dat 1 :Ia 2. 1354, bang in.I $1.000.000 State School Bonds to b
lactation A BODY CORPORATE annual installments on March 1 oft' not issued ior and on behalf of the Board
fertilized and unfertilized more during depend- I"RA 'ters rate t
on OF FLOR,each of the years 1956 to 19T5, both in- for per centum per annum payablesemiannua.ly Public Instruction of Sarasota County

native pasture was 100 pounds ing on number of pigs and kind of IDA PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 3 clusiv e. I on March 1 and I Florida, in the denomination of flO

A AND 18 OK ARTICLE XII OF THE State School Bonds to br 1 of each year and maturing each cat lr 1,
fat. b Sptm-I
44 on feed Sows should not be too $0.0.0 ; 19 i-
144 on fertilized and only : CONSTITUTION OF FLORIDA OF on behalf of the Board ,I annual installments .) tre rate to e

a unfertilized.The Over-fat sows are unthrifty lazy I $.5.0.00) STATE SCHOOL BONDS I Public Instruction of Calhoun County.I each of the years 1956 to 1973, bt inclusive. ,for per centum per annum
IU AND ON BEHALF OF in the denomination of $1.0 i semi-annuaily on March 1 and September -
grade of animals you have and may have difficulty in farrow- T BAR OF PUBLIC IN.I Forda.. dat Mr 1. 195. in-I I $2,0.0 sat School Bond to be 1 of race e and maturing a
ALACHUA I exceed 'issued and on behalf of the Board of j m annual installments
be factor in making your ing. COU.tr t O Mac Ifi
S will a BAKER COUN. BAY COUY.: per centum per annum, payablesemiannuaily Public Instruction of Liberty Cout'l i,each of the years 1956 t 1! bt -
a I on Mar 1 and September Florda. in the denomlrato $1.0 c"'e

couNTY.crraus COUNTY.COLLIER I; 1 of each year maturing seriallyin eac. datd Marb 1. 19. bear i- : $185,00000 Stl School Bonds to b
notice to apncar in'sald Court and COU. COLUMBIA COUNTY. annual installments on March 1 of ter a rate or t ;issued for behalf of the Board
!NOTICE TO APPE4RIn show cause, if any you can. why the ESCAMBIA COUNTY each of the yea 1956 t 1975 both in- per centum per annum, payabletermannually 'Public Instruction of Taylor County,
Circuit ('OUl't. Bradford. County I action of said Court in admitting GADSDEN COUNTY, HARDER eUSv. I i on March 1 and September Fond in the. denomination of $1,009
Florida In Chumerr.Fank said Will to probate should not COUNTY HIGHLANDS COUNTY State School Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing seriallyin I bearing in
Morns. Plaintiff.. Carrie I stand tinrevoked. HOLMES COUNTY. LEE COUNTY Issued for and on behl of the Board of ana Installments en March 1 of i ech eat M rate 195 exceed

.. ... Morris.. Defendant. (OFFICIAl. SKAL Theron A. Yawn LIBERTY COUNTY. MAIN Public Instruction Citrus County. edh te years 1956 to 1973, both inclusive. 't per a centam rat per annum t payable I

Case No 10357 County Judge Bradford County COUNTY. MARION Fld u the denomination of $1.0 semi-annually September !
o MaI
: LOOSA OSCEOLA COUNTY 1, 1954, :i State School Bonds to a
m141t Notice To Appeart FlorMa. COUN ec. date Mar 512,0.0 b I 1 of e c year a 511 I
To: Carrie Morris whose residenceand By BettY A. Phillips. Clerk.First PACO PINELLAS .- a o rates not t exceedfour ''15 on bal of the Board in annual Itment on M I

address is: Salisbury North publication on February 12. COU. JOHNS COU per centum per au payablesemiannually ''Public Instruction Ml County,1 each of toe yean u t 1975, both Inclusive. !
Carolina. 1354; 2/12 4t 3/5 COU. SAllTA on ad September -Florida, In the deomatw of S.o I

Sold Uy I You are hereby notified that a j COUNTY, CO U N S'j 1 of each year and maturing seriallyin each dat I. 1K4. State School Bonds to i
TAYLOR COUNTY AND annual installments on March 1 of,,terest rat or rates not exceed $70..0 b
t
j suit for In The Circuit Court Of The Kiffhth '' on beoaif of the Board
Floridai In i COU FLORIDA. HEREINAFTER each of the years 1956 t 1975 both In 'lou per per a Qum. payablesemiannually Pubac Instruction If f
Of of
rimtt Walton
Divorce Judicial County.
:. i on March 1 and September I
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY has been filed against you In the And For Bradford Countyj In OR TO BE AFFECTED DERIBE I eusve, State School Bonds to b 1 of each year and maturing aerially Flu in u dfnomlnaUoa> of $1,0U9 !

'I above named Court and cause and ChanceryC.race THY: I issued for and on behalf of the Board in annual installment 90 March 1 ot eac Iht M I 1954. bearing in j
'I you are required to serve a copy of P. Sheehan. Plaintiff. vs. Public Instruction of Collier :I each of the years 1956 t 197J, both inclusive. t a rt not to exceed ;
pleading to the James V Sheehan. Jr.. Defendant T. State of FJoridi. through the, Ct foe per centum per annum, payableseinAannualiy'oa
answer or Florida in tie denomination :
CARL JOHNS : your Attorneys of the First Judicial i 51.0 .
PtaInttffAttorneys Pill To !iiet aide Divorce nrrrrv.otlre State School Boodj be, M 1 and September
the each, dated 1, to
( complaint on Circuit in ana for Escambia. Okaloosa. Mr 195 ba m-I I $1.70.0.O 1 of
j
I To .'Ue'rlttfoo flefnuiState i maturing serially
TI > e
.1 Williams & Futch. at a on behalf of tat Board of' ec, a
of Florida To James V Sheehan Santa Rosa and Walton Counties Flor1Ida. I tel t i I in on March 1 of
I O Pox 188, Starke. Florida the Second Judicial Circuit and I per centum per anu. payable'Public Instruction of Ration County. each of toe Ient
-_ III' ,,_ IIII! I I and file the original In the office of Jr. whose address is: Sgt. for Gadsden and Liberty in :senu-annually on March 1 and September I'II I Flrd in the denomination. of $1,000 I'elusIve leas Ii5 t 1975. both in
4 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on James V. Sheehan. Jr.. RA 32-010- the Third Judicial Counte.I 1 of each year and maturing seriallyIn I eac dat March 1, U34. bearing In ; I
I or before the 992. Company C. Fourth Armored Flrd. Columbia. Madison and Circit Taylor I anul installments on March 1 of ':'tl rate o rater no; 1 exceed a De complete dei of sail
Cavalry Reoonaissance Battalion.APO I each the lOiS to 1975, both inclusive. per cesium annum, payablesemiannually petition
:!!! day of March. 1954.; Counties the Fifth Judicial years fou p I b I .
LIKEWRESTLING otherwise the allegations of said 174. c/o Postmaster. New York. Circuit In Forda. and Marion I I! on Mar 1 and September herein exhibits attached thereto
New York. a better and more particular CIt Bonds 1 of each serially
I Complaint will be taken as confessed Counties. Judicial I State School to b year andIT
ed address being to Plaintiff unknown Circuit in Fcid. tl Sit Finellas 559.0.0 on behalf of the Board in annual installment .*>i March 1 of I I FURTHER ORDERED that this

This you.notice shall be published I : Counties Florida the Pa Seventh Judicial Public Instruction of Columbia Count. each of the years lOiS t 1973, both t-I Ore D pubusoed once each week for

once each week far four consecutive, You are hereby notified that a Circuit in and for St. I Fod. in the denomination $1.0,elusive.I tee cnUve wee in toe Camet-
Johs Count. I State School Bonds Duly Sua .
to a
1 pubuaned.
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph suit has been trough against you in Forda. the Eighth ':eac. dat March 1. 195. I $18.0.0 b Alachua nw&ap
jf the Board in County
the Circuit Court of Bradford County Alachua, Baker and Bradford ;tr rate or t exceed ,' on bl I t County .
; Florida Chancer by GraceP. Counties. Florida the per centum per annum payable I Public Instruction Ok.1 Cun, Press, a newspaper published i le
in for
r at.>d this 17 Day of February Nit Judl.a. in the ; the City ,
i Sheehan Plaintiff. and you are I I Circuit in and I semi-annually on March 1 and September Flrd. denomiato Cu raa
? 1954tOFFIC'IALSEALl: Charles A. Darby hereby required to file (personally'I Counties, Florida fo, the Tenth St Judicial i I 1 of each year and maturing sra,, dat Mr bearing in-i i nw pape published in Bay Cat
the Bradurd
Clerk of Circuit in annual installments on Macb i i tre rat rates not t exceed i County Telegraph, new.
Clerk of the Circuit Court or by attorney) with the in and for Hardee and HighlandsI I
:1 each of the years 1956 to 1975, both ,for per per aDW. payable pa published in Bradford
Clerk the said Court written defenses Counties. Florida the Eleventh Judicial ieusle. CUt
Dy Marian L. Crosby. P"r nty your I IIi I semi-annually on March 1 and September County Record, a
i
if to the Bill of Complaintin Circuit and Dade County I I puo
2/19 4t 3/12 any. fo
,I Flond.! State School Bonds Jo be 1 of each year and maturing serially baSed in Caltoun County the Citrus "
of the J
said suit. and to Circuit .72.0.0
serve a copy in $
I Ii Twelt ,di on of the Boardof ji annual installments on March 1 County Crole. a newspaper published -
said written defenses upon Dayton Sarasota Counties.Fiorida. beaf o I
I L an Public Dade each of tee years 1956 to 1973 both c.tu County; the Comer
the P. O. Box 414. Dade City. Fourteenth Judicial' Cnt I-
I liD Court of the County Judge, & Dayton. ad *, a
Circuit m and far Calhoun and Flonda. in the denomination eUv. I Cut le" nwsap publW
Don't miss of the i Hradford County, Florida la Florida Solicitors for the Plaintiff. I Holmes Counties Ba. sev-l each, March 1, bearing Inter -:' .O.o State School Bd to be Coe County; Le CII Rpr.
any good Probate. on or before the 22nd day of March, ... Tlmncrtv ,' rd,: and._the i dat rate or 195 t exceed 'issued ad 0 behalc Board' newpape pub i
1! In re: Estate of Noble Ray White A.D.. 1954. (u uerc. taxpayer cillzeiu -I Irignt. i per centum per annum payablesetmannually ,of Public Instruction of Osceola. County County, the Miami Herald, a newspaper
Shows on WJHP-TV : D"L.t'a Pd_ The nature and purpose of this I .: trvh or claiming any on March 1 and September -'Florida in the denomination of $1.D t publisned In Dad County; toe Penu-
To .\ia-('rdltor" and proceeding is to set aside divorce I in property to be each. cola Journal,
, I Persons Hav affected by tte issuance by the State 1 of each year and maturing serially dat M 19.i1. newspaper published in
'.'. I lair Claim or Dt'waad.gal1 I decree Board of Education of Florida a body :.m annual installments on Mac 1 of i I ter r .a..s 4\ t exceed,E1 County; the Gad.den County

Channel. I Said KMate: I Herein fail not or decree pro eon- corporate of the of Florida under I each of the )ear 1956 t 19. bt inclusive. fo per centum per a41W payable'seiniannualy ;I II 'me a newspaper puble in Gabs-
You and each of you are hereby fesso will be entered against you. \ Sections 3 and 13 SUt XII of theConstitution 1'I on ad September de ; toe Cut Herald,
We the finest I notified and required to present any The L"radford County Telegraph a ol Ace. l0.57l.000.00;: $,0.0.0 State Sol Bonds to b' 1 of each year and m. :ur.nz serially I a newspaper p u bl i I h lee
guarantee !claims and demands which you. or newspaper of general circulation I State dated )' on the Board .'in annual installment u. March 1 of Cut; TLe Avon Park Sun, a ne
I either of you. may have against the Bradford: County, is hereby berm Sol Bn. : Mac 1. PubLc Instruction of Eacambia Cout''each of the yean 1956 t 1975. both In- papr pubUt t highlands County;

reception possible. (estate of Noble Ray White deceas- nated aM the newspaper in desilt'I'I 19. or be affected in any way de'Flda. I tre denomination al.O',cusive. i te Hle County Advc a news
I ed, late of said County to the Coun- this notice shall be published ttereby. are t hereby required e. dat Mr 1. 195 bag in- $ .0.0 State Scroo Bnd t b pap puble in County; Tie
j Lv Jadge of Bradford County. Flor- week for four consecutive publications I before the Circuit Court of t appear rate nt t I'issued a o benaif te : ; P. newspaper publisned i
We've had far more trainingand ida. at his office in the court house prior to the said 22nd day of Florida In the Second Ln Cunty. four per centum per annum payable of Public lt of 1'3 Couaty.Flonda .'Lee ; the Bristol Free Prea,

I of said County at Starke. Florida. Mar.-h. A.D.. 1954 said State at the Court House CUlt in Talla- ,semi-annually on M and September in Ue demm.'w $1,000 newspaper puteo in Liberty County
in UHF within eight calendar months from Witness my hand as Clerk and the has.Florida on the Slat day of March 1 of each year sny,,each, dat Mc 1. ., bal in- Tne Ere. a newspaper
experience I the time of the first publication of installments rates not publisned in the Ocstia
seal of said Court in Starke. Florida 19:4. at 1060: AJU. and show in annual on I'tre rat t J Cot;
this notice. Each claim or demand this 17 day of February. AD.. cause why the o'co.prayers .the petition''each of the years 1956 t 1975, both in- 'fou per contain p auw payable Star Bae. nwsa puU in
than else in this area. I shall be in writing. and shall state : f.e in the above proceedings should not clus.ie ,'s-anu'ly on Marc 4 and Septem Cut; Te Daly GID a
anyone the place of residence and office 195.OFFICI.L Bonds to : year stnaJy,,,
i post ) SEAL) Charles A. Darby b granted ani the State!i $ .0.0 State School b eacl ltwg I Oka C-
address of the claimant and | Clerk of the emitted Court Bonds $,71.0.0 and issued ad on behalf of the Board in annual installments 01 March 1 of ty: the Kissimmee Gat.

shall be sworn to by the claimant i iI By Marian I. Crosby Deputy Clerk Sl denb Public Instruction of Gadsden Ct.Fina. ,each of the years 1936 to.:975 both in- ,publ.e in OL Cut; The Cade

I His agent or attorney and any i i iI Dayton & Dayton. Solicitors for procedms thereof ha autoii in the denomination 'caVe B nwsa \in
I I -uch claim or demand not so filed I I Plaint-.ff. P. O Box 444. Dade City. te said State con Icne. March 1. 19. bearing interest 'I I $,0.0 State School Bonds 4s be1.!Pasco Ct; Te S. Pei
Shall. be void. I I Florida. %, 19 4t 3. 1! Sol Bon at a rate o nt t exceed'four I;' on behaif yf the Board of:Times, P.
te ie centum per annum payable Public Instruction of County County; the St. Augustine .
Olin W. White Sr.. and | of bonds ; per Pld I Iec. el
George Charles White. I I 'senu-annually on March 1 and September Flo in the denowho 51.0 pubUe in St. Jo
Chas. C. SHEPHERD As Executors of the Last Will NOTICE TO APPfMR CO..11.1 t.07..Co Stat School Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing serially dat March 1. 1854, in- Cute u.sapr New. ,
In Cirruit Court. Bradford behalf of the Board 'rot exceed
and Testament of Noble Ray !;u annual installments on March 1 of tr rat or rates t I published in St. Lucie
I. of 1
Florida Public
White. deceased. Cbaue.ry.Karline Instruction of Alachua Cout. each of the yea 1956 t 1975 both inclusive per ctnum per aJu. pa.abl'County; The Press Gazette, a
j Dunstaji Plaintiff. vs. John Florida In the denmmauon ,senu-annualiy published Santa nT
First publication February 1!. 51(1 o Ma Spt- in R ; t
Cout
:,154.\ 2:12 4t 3 '5 Duns tan. Defendant. each dated :ta 1. 19. item : $40000000: State School Bonds to b br 1 of each year Dunn 5L Sarasota Herald i
Case No. 10322OITP at a rtE' or nt t exce;issued for and on behalf of the Board annual installments 01 published in Earasota County The T ylor -
\ Tpp..ar.. four per centum per annum, each of the 1935 ZSfri, both inclusive. -'
TV RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERING NOTICE OF PRO.\TF. Public Instruction. of Hardee Cunt.Frd. years t Cont Newt a newspaper pub- '
To John Dunstan. whose residence semi-annuaUy 1 and September ii |
In the County Judges Court I o Mac the denomination I T.rylor County; and The
Bradford County State of Florida and address is: Jamaica Loag 1 of each ye a serially ec. dal Mh 1. 19. bearing mIte I i $730,00000 State Sol Bonds to be Breeze, a ne.tpaper publured in Walton -
Estate of Noble Kay \hite. Deceased. -I Island, New York. in annual installments on March 1 of .t rat nt t exceed ,,I issued for and on )-- the Board ofPbh County the first puaucation in each
You are hereoy notified! a each of the years 1356 1S75 both inclusive. payable of iiitaa of
hat t fo per per annum lc 9 Coc{f said t be lets than
uwtr D
PHONE 239 STARKE FLORIDA soft fo"Dh'orce mi-annually March 1 and September -,, eighteen tee date
The !State of Florida. To til Per.on on F i te denoiat. $1.0 j ( : prior t
.. IntrrrMed la the F.ttate of and restoration of maid $340.00000 Stale School Bond t b 1 of each year and maturing sa:each 1rh hereinabove xfor the hu in
"aid U-.t.ntJ en name issued for and on behalf of the Bad in annual installments on ''terest at a or rates not t exceed;fr. time and manner a

You are hereby notified that a has been filed against you In the of Public Instruction of Baker .i i each of the years 1956 t 1975, both in- ,four per centum per artum payable, Ct 15. Florida Sttt ru.
,,written instrument purporting to b@ above namej Court and cause andyou Florida in the denomination o ll.OW cuvc on M and September .
are required to ef each 1, ISM. in-1 State School Bonds to 1 of each year maturing s)1 j DONE and at
the l.ast Will and Testament itf said I serve a copy da Mr bear 6O.0 b ORE. 'a
in Tampa It's SHEP'S T V d.'tdont has been admitted to probate your answer or pleadIng to the tret rat not t e on Seas of the Board in annual installments on Honda, this 1 o
in said Court compla on the PlaintlfrtMtoney ; per centu-n pe al payahle'semiannually Public Instruction of Highlands Ct;each cf the yea 1956 to 973. both I-I 1 MAY WA
on September m the denomination of elusive Judge of the
You are herebcommanded with- William! D Morgan ad F. $1. Cirit c o
1 of each and maturing serially March 1. 1954. Sate SrV I Bonds to be'' tie Second judicial
i iwe
:,1 :'z ,'alon.i.u mnth, from the a'1? Clark Building. Jacksonville yea e dat ban $.0 Clr
....,,. .. ,, ,__ installments on 1 of rate or rates : and an oe.a. .. toe Boaroi Florida in and Leon County
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE NIXf
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Emma Pearce Hill 'I 24, Township 5 South, Range 22 tlon of the South line of Section I of Taking has been filed in the above All parties to the suit aid all
I TTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTrTTTTKeystone Lawtey, Florida East, 28, Township 6 South, Range 22 I styled cause, by the petitioner, the parties interested may app-.tr .ind
r tflOUR' Della Porter Siglarski Beginning on the West line of Last, with tne \\eoterly rignt of acquiring authority of these proceedings be> heard at the time and place

: Residence and address unknown; said Section 13 at a point 32 feet way line of State: Road No. 200 I of the taking of the above described designated.
__ Heightsby DeWitt C. Jones, Administrator Northerly from the Southwest corner run North 17 degrees 42 min., lands for the purpose set WITNESS my hand and this seal
of the estate of J. 1:. Howe, of said Section 13, run thence East being along tne AVesteriy I forth in the petition in this cause, of said Court on this 3rd day at
deceased. North 89 degrees. 58 mm., 53 sec. line of said State Iload: No. 200 vii- As right of way, for a portion March A.D., 19$4.
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II I Sirs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Gainesville Florida East 5282.6 feet, crossing the South for a distance of 36.97 feet to I of State Road 18, in Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Ii Eva F. Howe line of said Section 13 to the East an iron stake for a point of beginning Florida, and that one of the I I
i Fair Haven, Massachusetts line of said Section 24 at a point and from the point of Judges of the Circuit Court of the !. Clerk of Circuit Court of
i Richard Bennett. Jr. I 1.2 feet South from the Northeast beginning thus described run Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Bradford County, Florida
m way-Street- corner of said Section 24. Containing North 7: degrees. 18 min. West will on the 15th day of March .D. HOLUS V. KNIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Robinson of Daytona Beach, Florida 0.212 acres, more or less exclusive for distance of 254 feet to an 1954. at 9:30 o'clock In the forenoon County Attorney
Methodist-Church Presbyterian ChurchFriday Dupont HI. and Mrs. J. W. Averyof Elsie Lennett of existing road right of I iron stake thence run North 4} thereof, in Circuit Court Chambers I Starke Florida S :5 4t J/2t
I II Phoenix Ala. 614 Railway Street way. degrees. 50 min. East a distanceof In Bradford County Court House at
City, were guests I Daytona Beach, Florida. IS OWNED BY Richard Bennett Jr. 229.25 feet to the South rightof Starke, Florida, consider said Decla- ,
} The First Methodist Church March 5. 3:30 p.m., of Mr. and Mrs. 3. F. Grayson] Bobby Bennett and wife Elsie Pennett and Bob- I way line of Wanee Branch: of ration of Taking appoint appraisers

i cordially Invites you to attend the Junior Choir practice. last week at their home on Brook-, Daytona 614 Railway Beach Street, Florida net.by Bennett and wife. Faye Ben-I Seaboard thence run Air South Line 85 degrees Railway, 31 deems and make proper.such order aa the Court

following services of worship on Sunday School 9:45: a.m. i lyn Bay Circle Drive. Faye Bennett I Parcel No. 16, Lateral Ditch Right min. East along the Southerlyline

the First Sunday in Lent March Morning Worship "Adoption: A Albert Beams and family of Daytona 614 Railway Beach Street, Florida I No.of Station 16. 443-J-12 (PART) SliD way for of a said distance Railway of 64.63 right feet of

: 7. Church School begins at 9:45: Fruit of Our Faith' 11 a.m. Nebraska who have been visitingMr. Harrison Mosley That part of: to a half Inch iron stake, thencerun
Easterly along the arc of a
with a class for every age group. Youth Fellowship, Joe Harden and Mrs. J. Tyllis for the Clay County.! Mosley FloridaJooepMne NW? of NEV of NWV, of Section i curve (which curve baa a radius

tev. Thomas G. Mitchell will months left their Clay County. FloridaSection 24. Township 5 South. of 722.59 feet and Is concave tt
two for
past ;
Calvin Pace hosts. 6 p.m. Range 22 East. .
and
I 2354-150 Road 3-115. the North and haj a chord, whicUfrom
A preach at the 11 o'clock church Evening Worship "Meet James home on Monday morning.Mrs. Bradford County, State lying each side of and within 15 the half-inch iron stake By Joe
Jesus feet of a ditch centerline, said last aforesaid boars South' i9 degrees
service on the subject "How I Parcel No 3, Right of Way SRD No. -
will and John", 730 p.m. Martha Stratford. sister- 3Rev.A ditch centerline being described as 15 mm. iiit a. distance of
Met His Task. Special music follows
Wednesday Prayer Meeting and in-law of the late Mrs. Olsen is strip of land across the : 94.10 feet to the iron stake next
be furnished by the Senior Choir Commencing on the West line of hereinafter mentioned) to an iron
South side of Lot 57 of Wood-
Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Adult reported much Improved after her Section 12, Township 5 South Range stake set at the intersection of
Soloistat lawn Subdivision according to
directed by Carl Roberts. 22 East at a point 32 feet Northerly the South line of said Hallway
recent operation and will
Choir practice 8 p.m. ? come Plat recorded in Plat Book No. '
the morning church service from the Southwest corner of said right of way with the Westerlyline
some time this month to Key- 1. page 17. public records of Section 13, run thence North 89 of said State Road 200 a distance -
will be Mrs. Charlotte Miller who stone Heights to make her home. Bradford County. Florida. degrees. BS min, 53 f-ec. East of 248.03 feet to said Pointof
\\ill sing, "The Lord's Prayer." At The TabernacleSunday Said strip of land being 82 feet In ( 1283.0 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING Beginning being situate in the
A. C. Porter of Charlotte, N. width on the West line of said Lot of ditch centerline run SWU of SWVi of Section 28
The Sacrament of The Lord'sSupper C.. father of Mrs. Wm. White- 57 and 77.86 feet in width on the thence South 0 degrees 01 min. 07 Township 6 South Range 23;
will be administered. afternoon a group of I East side of said Lot 57. Con- sec. East 50 feet run thence East.
from Jacksonville sides, and his daughter, Mrs. F.I taming I 0.226 acres more or less, ,South 32 degrees 46 min. 07 sec
School South 420
pupils LESS and the
Sunday except CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
at 7:30: favorite exclusive of existing road right of East 250
Sunday evening J. feet to the end of said
I by I I Wright of Portsmouth, Va. feet thereof,
under churches accompanied {way; ALSO. ditch centerline. Containing (for
gospel hymns will be sung are the Whitesides. That of lying West of and within 40 feet
visiting part : that of
down to view part said ditch in NW of
the leadership of George T. Hug- their teachers came I NEH of NWV4 and NWVJ of NEVi of NWV4 of said Section %4) of the survey line of State Road about this question
Mitchell will preach. the painting, "The Feast of Bel- : Mrs. Gertrude Burch has returned I NW*" of NE% of Section 24. 0.117 acres, more or lest 200 Section 2s01 said survey line

gins. Rev. shazzar" I after an absence of several Township 5 :South: Range Si IS OWNED BYRichard; Bennet. Jr. being dcM.ribed as follows.

J the last sermon in a series of weeks. East. and wife. Elsie Bennett and Pob- Beginning on the South line of Within two I have lost
on "The Ten Command The Saturday night youth meet- i She has been in Miami lying Southof and wlt'hln 50 feet by Bennett and wife Faye Ben SWV of SW,"4 of Section 28, Town years

sermons Mr. and with her sister. Three nieces re- of the survey line of State Road nett. ship 6 South, Range 22 East at a I an expensive earring a watch.
conducted
ments" at the evening service. ing was by 1 I turned S-125, Section 2854-150, said survey Parcel No 17. Lateral Ditch Right point 451.0 feet Westerly from the "No Antl-Freeze this ,
The Intermediate MYF meets Mrs. E. Y. Berry with excerpts I I I with her, Mrs. H. Feni- I,line being described as follows of Station 413-1-12.0 (PART), SRD Southeast corner of SWV of SWVi, worry and a ring and want my
of more. Mrs. Alma Harris and :Miss with reference to Section II. Township No. 17. of said Section 28, run thence North Wmtec.
every Sunday evening at 6:30: lead from an old scrapbook Mildred. Davis. 5 South, Range 22 East and That part of: 17 degrees 34 min., 08 sec. East jewelry insured against future
with Mrs. W. G. Cofield and Eddy Abraham Lincoln's "Prayer for They spent a few I Section 24 Township 5 South. Range NWV of NE'4 of NW'4 of Section 1087.23 ft. to the Eastern extension
I days here and then went on to 22 East. 24. Township 5 South, of the South line of ilock 2 of J. G loss, damage, or theft. CanI
Dekle as counselors and the Sen- the Nation". Beginning on the West line of said | Range 22 East Alvarez Addition to the City of
ior MYF meets at 6:30: with Mr. their home in Philadelphia, Pa. Section 13 at a point 32 feet North (Lying each side of and within 15 Starke Florida according to Plat i This is a little far fetched include my fur coat in the
Sunday services were in chargeof Mrs. Baker erly from the Southwest corner of I tee too of a ditch centerline Raid ditch recorded in Original Plat Book I.
and-tIrs. Morton Alprtn as coun- the sponsor. mother of Mrs. said Section 13. run thence North centerline being described as follows page 14 (also recorded in Renumbered -I but when you need a winterchangeover policy to bring it up to value

selors. All people are cordially Jim McKay has been visiting at 89 degrees, 58 min. 53 sec. East I : Plat Book 1, page 25) public come to us. for
young the
minimum
' her daughter's home on Lake 5232.6 ft., crossing the South line Commencing: on the West line of I records of Bradford County. Florida. $10 premium -
Key-
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invited to attend. of said Section 13, to the East line I Section 1!, Township 5 South. Range Containing 0.049 acres, more or less.avftliiKlva .
I Church of God I I stone. of said Section 24 at a point 1.2 fact 22 J:a.llt. at' a nolnt 32:- footVnrthorlv- nf riirhr-. nf-- unv--, nf-- -KAJli- ?
I South from the Northeast corner of from the Southwest Corner of said Walnut Street Wairen'sSuper
St. Mark's Episcopal Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacksonare said Section 24. I Section 13. run thence North 89 de IS OWNED BY: II. E. Tucker and
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the proud parents of a baby Containing 0.773 acres more or less. grees 68 min. 53 RPC. East 1283 wife Annette L. Tucker
Worship 11 a.m. Evening exclusive of existing road right of I feet to the POINT OF BEGINNINGof SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE: Dated
Her. Raymond E. UacBl&Ia Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service girl, born last Monday Feb. 22. way. ditch centerline, run thence July 11, 1951 from H. E. Tucker ShellTires

Schedule of ServloM At last reports the young lady IS OWNED BY: Emma Pearce South 0 degrees, 01 min.. 07 sec and wife Annette L. Tucker, IN E. Johns
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet had Hill I East 50 feet, run thence South 32 FAVOR OF: Ida B. Alexander' recorded Charley
SUNDAYS Ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. not been named. Parcel No 4. Right of War SliD No. degrees. 46 min. 07 sec. East 250 in Book 26, page 385.
The PTA. I 4. I feet to the end of said ditch center- (Ida. B. Alexander, aa Administratrix -
dinner held last
9:45: aun.. Church School. 11 Lawtey I A strip of land across the South line. Containing (for that part of of the estate of J. I". Alex I Batteries
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Thursday evening In the Woman's aide of Lot 58 Woodlawn I said ditch in NW<4 of NE>4 of ander, deceased. & Son
Agency
a.m.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; Club was successful Subdivision' according to Plat lWot said Section 24) C.I17 acres, You and each of you, are here- Washing Lubrication
Worshfp 11 a.m. YPE ServIng very nettingthe L"'ook 1 more or less..
Serv. ing page 17, public records I by commanded to appear in the entitled -
6:30 p.m.. Young People's Saturday. 7:30: p.m. organization about $100. of Bradford County. Florida !I IS OWNED BY Emma Pearce court on the Sth day of April,
Phone 385 Madison & Monro
I ice League. Said strIp of land being 77.86 feet I Hill. 1954. to show what right, title, interest ,
I Friday Mar. 5 Is World Day of in width on the West side of said Parcel No 20. HAUL ROAD. SRD or liens, you or any of you

HOLYCOMMUNION I Prayer. Services will be held in [Lot 58 and 73.77. feet in. width on I No. 20-Rer.- have in and to any: of the above described -L AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.a &
i Christian ChurchBible I the East side of- Bald Lot All that of Lot 60 of-Wood-
part
1st. Sunday 11 a.m3nL; Sunday : ,-containing I lands MKrf>ow cause why --
the Keystone Heights Community I 0.149 acres, more or less, I lawn, Subdivision In Section 13, the same should not be taken for I

7:30: ajn. School 9:45: a. m. Wor- Church at 7:30 p. m. exclusive of existing road right of Township S South Range 2! East the uses and purposes set forth in I I = -
way. according to plat recorded in Plat the petition filed herein. ri rri WHEN
FRIDAY ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Mrs.?Frank Scott Is in River IS OWNED BY Della Porter Slglar- Book 1. page 17 of the public recordsof TAKE NOTICE That a Declara-

7:30 & Meditation. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- side Hospital in Jacksonville for I ski. Pradford County. Florida, lyingon tion of Taking has been tiled In the ; P-3iEt 'o
: Litany
p.m. Parcel No 6. Right of Way SRD No. each side of and within 10 feet above styled cause by the petitioner -
8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood dental surgery. 6. I.lof a haul road centerline said the acquiring authority of these IL COULDN'T HAVE A
Minister. Mrs. Baxter is in the same A strip of land across the South centerline being described asCommencing : proceedings, of the taking of the
side of Lot 61 of Woodlawn on the West line of above described lands, for the pur- m [;!
St. Edward's Church hospital for an operation scheduled Subdivision according to Plat Section 13. Township 5 South, Range pose set forth In the petition In
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST for Tuesday of this week. Book 1, page 17, public recordsof 22 East at a point 32 feet North this cause, via; As right of way for 47JJ ,

LATTER DAY SAINT Bradford County, Florida, from the Southwest coraer of said a portion of State Road %00. in o
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cahoon of Said strip of land being 65.41 feet Section 13. run thence North 99 degrees Bradford County. Florida, and that
Services each Sunday In old Masonic Gainesville have moved to their in width on the Weet side of said 58 min. 53 &ec East 21189 one of the Judges of the Circuit lknking privileges came
Weekday Mass 7:30 a m. Lot 61 and 61.26 feet in width on feet run thence North 0 degrees
St. Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
Children's Class Saturday 11a. Hall on E. Calls Sunday : summer home on Lake Brooklyn. the East side of said Lot 61, containing 23 min. 07 "ec. East 300 feet to the of Florida, will on the 15th day of pw Stoww to women. .

School 10 a.m.. Sacrament ServIce -! They will be there for several 0212 acres, exclusive: of POINT OF BEGINNING of the centerline March, A.D. 1954, at !930 o'clock : .)fjjj'7iotuntiIftp-i/
m. 6:30 Everyone welcome. existing road right of way. of said Haul Road run In the forenoon thereof In Circuit ,
Keystone HelgbtoWomen's p.m. I months. IS OWNED IY: DeWitt C. Jones. thence South 0 degrees 23 min.. 07 Court Chambers in Bradford County IJAca could a 2Vew'k Sf'te

( dub) I' Mrs. Madeline Kennedy was home Administrator of the estate of J. sec West 250 feet to the end Court House at Starke Florida, "MW Ii I L'\' woman have 3 bank
R. Howe deceased. said Haul Road.
HAMPTON consider said Declaration of Taking -
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. for the weekend with her parents l'arcell\o. 7. Right of Way SRD No. ,' IS OWEND BY: Harrison Mosley appoint appraisers and make ii 11k UMaccount in her own

Confessions before all Masses. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kennedy. .7 I"i sod wife Josephine Mnsley. I. such order as the Court deems proper rg9 J1Wname. Yet the word
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship A strip of land across the South |' You. and each of you are hereby i
Guests of the Kennedy's at the side of Lot 62 of Woodlawn Sub !( commanded to appear In the entitled All parties to the suit and all parI I ,Ii Money: *itself derives
Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program same time were Mrs. W. R. Baker division according to Plat Book 1, !i court on the 5th day of April, 1J54. ties interested may appear and be I :

Church of ChristCorner 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:30p. : Jacksonville Page 17, public records t.f Bradford to show cause what right, title, interest heard at the time and place desig- I lI1t\vJJf4.Ltr1g4Mfrc477\ ..foneta.the
of and
Harry County, Florida. Said strip of land I or liens you. or any of you. nated. Greek
10th and SIcMahoo m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon. pastor. : Cannon of the U. S. Marines, being 61.26 feet in width on the i i have in and to any of the above described WITNESS my hand and this seal i i Goddess of

West line of said Lot 62 and 57.11 lands and show cause why of said Court on this 3rd day of I finance.A .
Preaching A. M. and 7:31 HEILBRONN I stationed at Jacksonville Air feet in width on the East line of I the same should not be taken for March A.D., 1954. I
I said Lot 62. Containing 0.212 acres, !the uses and purposes sot forth in (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby |
p. 1C. BAPTIST CHURCH I Base.Mrs. more or less, exclusive of existingroad the petition filed herein Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- great volume of modern banking is done by
Ella Bird fell in her bedroom -
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study School 10 a.m. Preaching right of way. TAKE NOTICE That a Declarationof ford County Florida I I
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M I Sunday I last Thursday night and IS OWNED BY Eva F. Howe. I Taking has been filed In the HOLLIS V. KNIGHT. women.
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: 1 Parcel No. 10, Right of way. SRD above styled cause, by the Petitionproceedings County Attorney I
suffered a compound fracture ..., ,, ._:,.,
on No. 10. -- i. I.. .. .C
I I '' atju 't aw..J.y U. Starke, Florida 3/5 4t 3/26
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS I[p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer he.r right arm. She is in Alachua That part of: I i of the taking f' the I 'I Women outnumber men as corporate stock
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. I NWK of NE}| of NWVt of above described. lands, for the purpose la The {'Ir..aItoart Of The Eighth 'I
CHURCH Hospital in Gainesville. Mrs. Bird tion 24. Township a St'c-1|I set forth n the petition In this Judicial Circuit In And For holders.
J. E. Lingerfelt pastor.
Sunday Sctiooi to a.m. ,tRev I will celebrate her eighty-eighth Range 22 East and a parcel of ,. cause. viz; As rght of way draInage Bradford County, Florida. j
land described I ditch and h ul road for Ii
as; I a por- Law .No S002SOTICK
Service 11 i
Morning a.m. MISSIONARY birthday this month. Commencing on the Section line between tion of State Rod S-125 In Bradford OF RULE NISI I.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. WOODLAWN I Mrs. Daisy Mansfield, who Sections 23 and 14 of said |I County, Florida, and that one of BRADFORD COUNTY FLORI I We welcome their business and are pleased to

BAPTIST CHURCH Township and Range at the point ,. the Judges of the Circuit Court In IDA, a political subdivision ) i I
Prayer Meetings Wednesday LAWTEY, FLA. had a similar accident two weeks of intersection thereof with the I the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Flor- of the State of Florida ) I I have the opportunity to discuss all money

night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigN I ago in Atlanta where she was East line of the Right of way of I ida, will be on the 15th day of Petitioner ) j I
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. S. A. I... Railway for a POINT. OF I!March, A.D., 1954. at 9:30 o'clock in vs. ) management problems with them.
6:15 BTU 6:4S j visiting at the home of her daugh- BEGINNING, thence run East along I|I the forenoon thereof In Circuit J. R. CREWS, et al., ) I!
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE preaching. prayer I ter, is now able to leave the hospital the North line of said Section 21 i i i Court Chambers in Bradford County Defendants. ) i i
SOCIETY service, 7 o'clock song services I and the South line of Section: 13 paid :i i Court House at Starke. Florida, Notice Of Eminent Domain I> j' 0FLORIDA
and is at her daughter'shome. ro..ed'I'I
7:30 evening services. I Township and Range a distance of. consider said Declaration of Tak- lags j
Orange Park Fla. 1500 feet, thence run South 14 degrees ing, appoint appraisers and make IN THE NAME AND BY THE I I
Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- West (being parallel to said I such order as the Court deems AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF ,
SEVENTH' DAYADVENTIST 1 The Keystone Heights Woman'sClub Railroad) a distance of 1000 feet I I j I proper. FLORIDATO '
day School 11 a.m. { will hold their regular meeting thence run Ue.it 14 degrees North i All parties to the suit and all ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN '
Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed- CHURCH !' tu the Right of way of said Railroad i I parties interested may appear and AND to all persons and par- ': BANK at STARKE
Services each Sabbath in old on Tues., Mar. 9 at 1:00: p.m. thence run North along said I j!I he heard at the time and place designated ties having or claiming any right <
nesday each month, 8 p.m. instead of the regular 3 p. mThis I I Railroad right of way to the Point title, interest, estate, mortgage or I I
Public cordially Invited. Nur- Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- '. of Beginning lying Suuth of and I|i I WITNESS my hand and this seal other lien to or on those certain parcels ,
bath School 2 Preachingeach i change was made to accom- within 50 feet of the survey line of I I of said Court on this 3rd day of of land hereinafter describedand I :. Member Florida National Group
sery maintained for all services. p.m. modate some of the younger mem- State Road 3-125. !Section' 2854. said ,.March., A. D. 1954. the following persons together' I
Community Center Building, second and fourth Sabbaths survey line being described as follows (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles. Darby with all unknown persons claiming I
bers who have children in school
Ave. and 3 Elder Most rt : Clerk Of Circuit Court of Bradford by through or under known per- |
Kingsley 17. pastor.
Highway p.m. and wish to be home when they,ileginning on the West line of Section I I County. Florida. sons who are dead, or who are not :
Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. i 13. Township 5 South flange HOLLIS V. KNIGHT known to be dead or alive: .
BLACK DILLSPASSION welcome. return from school. Dessert will !2 East, East line of Section 14, County Attorney J. R. CREWS, 444 Stirason p' :?i-1: :;:: -' ;': ::;;:::: .:.::--f.. ;':';: :::::,,,,:; :..;':."-' ::;:: : :_ :.::: -:'_-.> : :: '. ::-...;.::

Everyone be served and the usual social Township 5 South, Range 22: East) Starke. Florida Road, Jacksonville, Florida.
PLAYLake ''at a point 32 feet North from the Starke. Florida 3/5 4t 3/26 ELSIE CREWS, 444 Stimson
hour will precede the business Southwest corner of said Section is next in
Wilt AmphitheatreJAN. AIRPARK BAPTIST I I II Road Jacksonville, Florida, Filling a prescription
meeting. 13 run thence South 89 degrees 58 la The Circuit f'uurt Of The Eighth .SECTION 2804-201, STATE ROAD ,
SI APRIL 18 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Special mm.. 53 sec West 550.!: feet toa I Judicial Circuit In And For Brad 18, BRADFORD COUNTY. |
Every s.., Tank. Than. 8 At the last week the
p. | meeting on the centerline of State ford ("oaatFlorida: ..1
point of SRD
Parcel No. U, Right Way
****. Sat. Ptrf. Feb IS. n. liar IS service by Rev. R. C. Crosbyat r members heard one of the most Road !IO. Section 201-114 designated Law o. SO03NOTICE No.. 44.That j importance to writing it
I
P.r Re. A (. Write B. 'I
x Ups. 11 a.m. Public invited. L. G. a. survey line Station 424--78| OF IlfLE NISI part of: |
... S-O311 Lake "'al... FlA. ( interesting programs of the season on the survey line of State Road BRADFORD COUNTY FLO- ) Lots 8 and :9, Block 7 of Ward

Hemingway pastor. Mrs. Lucy Capp Reils. who S-125: Section 2854-150 RETfRN R1DA. a political subdivision ) City (Brooker) according to Plat I!
':'is thence to the Point of Peglnning of the State o,, Florida ) recorded In Plat Book 1, Page 21.
Industrial
Instructor
in arts of the line of said State Petitioner ) I
survey public records of Bradford County I
.
.. JflTISI '
.
-- "- I 'at the University Student Union Road 3-125. Section %854, and run -vs.- ) Florida, described by metes
I II North 89 degrees, 58 min. 53 -ec. J. P. YOCNG. et at, ) and bounds aa follows.
and who has a summer home on East 582.60 feet (Crossing the Defendants. ) Beginning at the Northeast corner I i

Brooklyn Lake, gave a lecture South line of said Section 13) to Notice Of Eminent Domain Proceeding of Lot 8, Block 7 of said Ward City I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke the East line of Section 21. Town- '
and ETooker) run thence Southwesterly <
demonstration on hand craft ship 5 South Range 22 East at a IN THE NAME AND BY THE along the North line of said Lots I
I and industrial art. There was also i point I.! feet South from the Northeast : AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF 8 and 9 to the Intersection of said I I
corner of said Section 24 Containing FI.OKIDA North line and the East right of
,
exhibit hand
of
an craft by the
: I in Aggregate 0.838 acres. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- way line of State Road 18, Section I
members which brought out some I more or less, Including existing road CERN, AND to all persona and par 2804-201. run thence South 5 degrees :
cflsssss rnrrrnsrrrgs j J.=SSSSS yi 6=uy s x=x S.. 'right of way. ties having or claiming any right 4 West
beautiful and 59 min., } sec. ,
very interestingspecimens Is OWNED BY: Richard Bennett Jr. title, interest estate mortgage or along the East right of way line of I i
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Interest was so aroused 11: I and wife, Elsie Bennett and Bobby other lien to or on those certainparcels said State Road 18 a distance of 66 I I'j j VIr1i'N
,
that a class is being organizedwith I Bennett and wife, Faye Bennet. of land, hereinafter described feet. run thence Easterly to the I!
I and the following persons East line of said Lot 8 at a point
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ,. Mrs. Charles Smith as head I I Pan-el No. 1S. Right of War SRD together with all unknown persons !95 feet Southerly from the Point of I

of the committee. Any one interested No. 13-Rev. claiming by, through or under Beginning, run thence Northerly I
Phones Office That part of & parcel of land i I known persons who are dead or along the East line' of said Lot 8
234 Pastorium 130 may contact her for" described aj: Commencing on the 1 who are not known to be dead or a distance of 95 feet to the Pointof

further information. dividing line of Section 23 and 14. !alive: Beginning. Containing 0.107 i
flrs nSS. S Ssn S srrssrpsrr ssssssssssss nflfl_- 60 feet East of the Florida Railroad Names & Addresrte Section 2801- acres more or less. |
track mow SAL. Railway) I 113 State Road 200 Bradford IS OWNED BY: J. R. Crews and ,
la The limit Court Of The KlJudlrUI ,; .. running on said Section line and CountyJ.
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A31. 7:30 P.M. wife, Elsie Crews.
Clrralt la Aad Fur Brad. dividing line of Sections 24 and 13. P. Young ,
You, and each of you are hereby II
ford Couaty. Florida 1500 feet; thence South 14 degrees Address Unknown commanded to in the entitled II I
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. I Law !\ o. NXMNOT1CK \Vest 1000 feet parallel to said Ella D. Young court on the 5th appear day of April 1954, I
: OP RILE NISI Railway, thence West 14 degrees Address UnknownH. to show what right, title. Interest. \ I
: BRADFORD OOl'NTT. FLO- ) North or at Right angles to said E. Tucker !', _
Midweek Service P.M. I liens or of havein
Wednesday 7:30 or you any you.
IUDA. a political subdivi- ) Railway to a point 60 feet East of Starke. Florida and to any of the above described |i _
I MUD of the State of Florida. ) I said Railway; thence North 14 degrees Annette L. Tucker lands and show cause why the same ii.
-' "iet '-:.- I Petitioner. ) East or parallel to said Rail Starke Florida should not be taken for the uses and :
-r'- ,
It ._ _. .. -vs.- )
a -1 ---- way 532 feet to Point of Beginning; Ida. B. Alexander purposes set forth In the petition j i _
_
| RICHARD BENNETT. JR. et ) I
1 bulng situated in Township 5 South. Starke. Florida filed herein.
: =- -. .. ;. al ) Range 22 East lying South of and Ida B. Alexander, Administratrix TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration I I II _
Defendants. ) I within 50 feet of the survey line of of the Estate of J. B. Alexander -
.Notl r Of Rmiarat Dvmala Proceed.. ,State Road S-125. Section 2854-150. deceased _
: iagiis said survey line being dencribed as Starke, Florida
IS THE NAME AND BY THEI follows with reference to Section Section 2801-113 State Road 200 I COLONIALFLORIST
I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OK 13. Township 5 South. Range 22 Bradford County The confidence your doctor
The LISTENChurches I FLORIDATO E&st an4-.. tion -34. Township 5 Pa-,-el No. Right of Way -
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON South Range 22 East I SliD No. 8 has in your pharmacistis
TO THE CERN. AND to all person and parties Beginning on the Wt line of A parcel of land across the
of Christ having or claiming any right. said Section 13 at a point 32feet I East side of the following described a tribute to both
title interest estate mortgage or Northerly from the Southwest cornerof land: I
HERALDOFTRUTH other lien to or on thune ertajnparetlM said Section 13. run thence North I Beginning ai the Southwest corner the man and the
of land hereinafter describedand d9! degrees. 58 min. 53 sec. East of Lafayette Street and South
the following persons together 52S2.6 feet, eroding the South line Walnut Street in the City of Starke
Salute You with all unknown persons claimingby. ; of said Section 13 to the East line I and running Southerly along the FLOWERSFor professionthat

through or under known personsv.ho I lof said Section 24 at a point 12 West line of South Walnut Street
WJIIP S A.M. are dead or who are not *t South from the Northeast corner 276 feet for point of beginning: AU Occasions he
,. known to be dead or alive |lof said Section! 24. Containing 0.4S2 thence Southerly along the West
ROMANS 16:16 WGGG 1 P.M. Name. and addrto.seetin: J54- 'a.eres. more or less exclusive of line of South Walnut\ Street 101.0 : servesHe
150 hta'f Read S-125 Brad- "listing: road right of way. feet; thence West 1885 feet to the PHONE 218 I,
I. ford CoUnty IS OWNED BY: Richard Bennett Jr. East line of Adams Street; thence
and Wife. Elsie Bennett and T"ob- Northerly ahmg the East line of
YOU b>' Bennett and wife, Faye Ben- Adams Street 156.8 feet: thence merits from the confidence that I
same
In Starke West of Bus Station NEED THIS net. I Easterly ISO feet to the point of \ you
Panel No. 14. of SRD beginning.Said .
Right Way,
:No.' 14-Rev. I strip of land being 1.93 feet (j) ; he has already earned from your doctorKOCH'S i ii

EVERETT WILLIAMSON MINISTER I That part of a parcel of land in width on the North: end and 2 43 I
i Help ::: Cough described as: I feet in width on the South end. i
r j Commencing at SW corner of Containing 204 square feet. moreor
WORSHIP SERVICES 10:00 A.M. Section 13. Township 5 South. Range less DISH GARDENS DRUG STORE
I When colds measles or flu leave you !2 East and running East on the AGREEMENT FOR DEEr September -

Sermon: "Is The Conscience A Safe Guide \ with a cough get Creomulskm quick I'P.-. .tion line 2120 feet to a point 15. II 10 from Ella Kate Swln- POTrERY i
because it soothes raw throat and of beginning thence run South with yer IN FAVOR of Olive Rumpol- ;

i! chest membranes, loosens and helps I proper variations 660 feet: thencerun Book 13. page 107. Phone 53 Starke, Fla.
AGREEMENTFOR ,
ASSIGNMENT OF
East with proper variations 660 POTTED PLANTS
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M. expel germy phlegm mildly relaxes I feet! ; thence running North with DEED January 24. 1941

I I I. systemic tension and aids nature fight |, the proper variations to the section from Olive Rumpol I\ FAVOROF I As Near To You As Your Telephone

Sermon: "The Right Church" the cause of irritation. You'll like its t time 660 feet: thence gunning West J. P. Young and wife Ella D. Flowers 'ViredAnyuhere
results better than other medicine or I along the Section line 660 feet to Young-recorded in Book 4, page
druggist refunds No : point of beginning. lying South 324.Parcel. : 13 REGISTERED DRUGGIST ON DUTY TO CHECK |
your money.
of and within 50 feet of the survey No. 15 Right of Way -
Bible Study Wed. Night 7:30 P.M. 1 narcotics. Pleasant to take. line of State Road S-125 Sec- SliD No. 15 & No 16 Nona St. Starke AND DOUBLE CHECK YOUR PRESCRIPTION
',un 254-150 said survey line being That part of a parcel of land de. i iI
-I I CREOMUL'SIONKlitm described as followwh ref coined by metes and bounds as follows -

:- \ Cougbt Chest Coids' Acute Biaackih* renoe to 'ccti >n 1"!. T,'wn"hip 5 : I 't_ii'v:;; #; ,.-:';;: ;;f o5t-t.-:.;;;: =;:;:,:" ::r'<:::.>.:-::.'--;;.: ;; ;:--
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t total points for a 48-point average I 'to the Right of way of said Railroad ,. 'Section f-
Good Stock Pays Off 13. Township 5 South,
BBS Boys Defeated By Fletcher Hi per game, while their opponents thence run North along said I 22 Eaat. at a point 33 feet
I Challenge Railroad right of way to the Point: from the Southwest corner of
J. B. White Finds
scored 950 for a 43-point average. of Beginning lying South of and: I Section 13, run thence North 39

Paul Pavers, one of the most within 50 feet of the survey line of grees, 58 min.. 63 sac. East !
I Lots cf heart-warming acts Among those convinced that State Road S-125, Section 2854, said fret, run thence North 0 '

In Group Three Finals, 5138Bradford's outstanding ever play for basketball BHS. tallied players! 354 to go on in a city which seldom better stock pays better profitsis survey: line being described as follows -I POINT 23 mm,OF 07 BEGINNING fee. East SO,)of feet the to

reach the ear: of the public. J. B. White, rancher on the Beginning on the West line of Sec I jterline of said Haul Road
points for the entire season. Lavon tion 13. Township 5 South Range thence South 0 degrees. 23 min.
basketball team lost I Just as the first period ended. theycouldn.t Lewis was second high scorer For instance, right now a groupof State Farm Road. He cites the :22 East. (East line of Section H, sec. West 250 feet to the

out in the Group in finals last be touched. In the three with 240, and Smith totaled 214. women concerned with the following from his own experience Township at a point 5 3!South.feet Xorth Range from 2! East the) I Raid Haul RoadIS

Saturday night to Fletcher High I games played during the group Baseball Takes Over youth of our county is trying : Southwest corner of said Section I and OWEND wife Jftsephlne BY: Harrison Mosley.!

51-38 in the beach gym. I I f tournament the Tornadoes scored Baseball took over as Vfng very hard to straighten out a "I had some pure-bred but not min.13 run. 53 thence sec West South 550.23 89! degrees feet 58 to j You and each of you. are .'

Coach Hazelwood guided his' 170 points to be the highest scor- sport Monday when Coach Hurst youngster who, at the age of registered, Duroc pigs that I had a point on the centerline of State i court commanded on the to 5th appear day In of the April

team through a very successful i:, ing team at the tournament. Paul had 40 boys to. report out for 14, is attempting to run away raised. At the same time, I boughta Road a survey 200. Section line Station 2801-114 424-1-78 designated to show cause what right. title

season. one of the best in the Rivers scored 43 Lavon Lewis 44, practice. Six lettermen are returning from trouble. grade sow which had nine pigs. on the survey line of State Road have terest in, or and liens to any you.of or the any above of

history of BHS and the boys |:and Arnold Smith "34 points to be from last year's squad He comes from a bad home All the pigs ran together received S-125 thence Section to the Point 2S54-150 of Pvginning RETURN scribed lands and show cause Qn the Line. .

closed out their '54 slate with a :|I the outstanding Tornadoes in and will form the nucleus for situation, was a truant, and the same feed care and of the survey line of said State I the the uses same and should purposes not be set taken

record of 14 wins and 8 I' tourney play. this year's nine. Paul Rivers was placed In another home. attention. Although the grade I North Road S-125.89 degrees Section 68!854.min.and 53 sec run the petition filed herein. A lot of your money is invested -

including all tournament losse5'I' Rivers, Lewis and Smith were Sidney Jackson, Bucky Harris lie ran away and was found pigs were a few weeks older than East 5282.60 feet (Crossing the I TAKE NOTICE That a De<'
this week in Starke' hungry the pure-bred ones, when sold South line of said Section 13) to of Taking has been filed In in property which may
The Tornadoes selected on the all-tournament Thomas Moore above styled .
were Dewayne Elder, the East line of Section 24. Town- cause by the '
in their group tournament. In team for their all-around play. I and Edgar Akridge lettered last wet, and half-dick after sleeping the Durocs weighed an averageof I ship 5 South Range 22 East at a ers the acquiring auth.>rity of be destroyed by Fire or other
out in the open for two 100 Ibs. point 1.2 feet South from the Northeast proceedings of the taking of
the group tourney BHS boys were! As the season came to a close, 'year. per hog more than the corner of said Section 24 Containing above described lands for the 3,2'f disaster.

good. subduing Green Cove Springs Arnold Smith was honored by his schedule will be nights. This boy Is now re- grade animals. It pays to raise I in aggregate 0.338 acres, pose set forth In the petition in
baseball
| The cehtng help and yet be- stock." I more or less including existing road cause. \1&: As right of way. Do have insurance
may adequate -
good you
in the first contest 72-45. Last teammates by being elected ditch
and haul
captain announced next week, and practice right of way. I age road for a I'

Friday night! they rolled over, of the '54 cagers. Smith j j.I will continue every day until come A good citizen. IS OWNED BY: Richard Bennett Jr. County.tion of State Florida.Road and S-125 that in to protect you against
The efforts to save, him and one
wife. Elsie
Bolles 60-43. but Fletcher was too j Rivers, Lewis, Gill (all seniors) ;i the first game. fail, but if they are successful may Boy Scouts Pass'Advancement by Bennett and Bennett wife. Faye and Hob Ben- the the Judges of the Circuit (' I such a blow?

hot for the Tornadoes on Saturday and Clark and the Akridge twins 'I '! net. Eighth Judicial Circuit of
Coach Hobbs' track boys have the result wiU be worth all Tests Parcel No. IS | ida, will be on the 15th day
Right of
Way SRD
earned letters for the Don't ; Call for
nightFletcher (juniors) March AD, 1954. at 9.30 guess. us a
No.
since January 13-Rev.
been working out the time and effort expended.I the forenoon '
I thereof. in (
hit on a high percentage season. I 4 during their physical ed period iI i I Troop 70 Boy Scouts went to That part of a' parcel of land ,Court Chambers in Bradford (' protection check-up today!

of their shots and once they The Tornadoes, with their 14 I Twenty-four- boys make up the I I|i Gainesville last Thursday for their dividing described line&01:of Commencing Section 23 and on the 14, I'consider Court House said at Declaration Stark of

forged ahead of the Tornadoes wins and 8 losses, scored 1056ALVARET [! track squad and their first meet I World of I monthly court of honor. Kenny 60 feet East of the Florida Railroad : ing appoint appraiser and
Day Prayer track (now S A. I.,. Railway) such order as the Court
be on March 25 when they Miller and Robert Cooper went i
will
J[ I running on said Section line and .proper. I
enter the Florida relays at the Will Be Observed I up for Star and Lonzo Kirkland, dividing line of Sections 24 and 13. I All parties to the nit and '

Men'sClothing: I II !I University of FlorHa. Friday Morning I t Freddy Stephens Charles Manier 1500 West feet 1000; thence feet South parallel 14 to degrees said: : I ibe parties heard interested at the time may an
Ii fl1 I STORE Established 1894 II IIIii Iffi Iii I I : and Archie Green advanced to Railway; thence West 14 degrees I I ignated.
I j North or at Right angles to sa.idRailway WITNESS my band and this !
L ife. Jan Mundorff in his
'Forever Female'b The World Day of Prayer will put to a point 60 feet East of of said Court on this 3rd day AGENCY

e observed at special services in I I[application for Eagle. said Railway; thence North 14 degrees March, A. D.. 1954. j' \
1. n' Sy\- << <:' "" _. '!With Ginger Rogers Those East or parallel to said Railway (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. J'la Phone 146
merit
the First Christian "Church attaining badgeswere
today I 532 feet to Point of PVginning, I Clerk Of Circuit Court of
Due At Florida (Friday) at 10 a.m. Jan Mundorff, Archie Green. being situated in Township 5 South, !I ford County. Florida. 200 E. Call Street
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE Range 22 East. lying South of and, I i HIOLLIS V. KNIGHT ,
For centuries women have prayed Gerry Gibson, Freddy Stephens within 50 feet of the survey line of j County Attorney Starke I.

I A gay romantic comedy with afresh for a better world Charles Kirkland, Lonzo Kirk- State Road S-125. !Section 2854-150. 1 Starke. Florida!
and individuallyl said survey line being described as I Starke, Florida :1 5 4t -1
: approach to the glitter I and in groups. The land Robert Kelly Charles Man- follow** with reference to Section

1T,1 Broadway's legitimate ier Robert and Kenneth 13. Township 5 South. Range 22 f ..... i
!! sophistication of I observance began in 1887 when Cooper, II I-
r to East and Section :24. Township i I
theatre scene comes !jail women of the Presbyterian M iller. South Range 22 East.

I the screen of the Florida Theatre i Church in the U.S.A. were called -Jan Mundorf: Scribe Beginning on the Wet I'ne: of i
in "Forever I'' said Section 13 at a point 32 feet
and Monday 'on IIf
in their
: this Sunday to gather own com- Northerly from the Southwest corner !

RADIO Female." I! munities on a specified date to of said Section 13, ruu thence North

I The Charming story concerns a ; pray for home missions. The reI -! !s The CIrralt Court Of The mxblhJadlt.I.1 52S2.6 89 degrees.feet 58 mm.. 53 sec. East
crossing the South
; line
.
AND I Circuit In \ad Fur Hrad-
mature stajje actress Ginger I jsponse was so great that a day lord County Florida of said Section 13 to the East line .1 ;Jv11111",11,
of said Section 24 at 1.2
a point
I
Rogers, who still insits on play I was set apart annually. Law No. 8O041SOTICB feet South from the Northeast corner 4
OF RULE MSIBRADFOUD
TELEVISIONSales ing young, romantic parts. Into I In the early nineties, under the COmiTY FW'a of said Section 24. Containing 0.452cres _
more less, exclusive
William Holden as leadership of two outstanding HI DA, a political subdivision ) or of !
I- her life comes i existing road right of way.
of the State of Florida, )
__ an aggressively candid play Baptist women, a day was designated Petitioner ) IS OWNED BY: Richard Hennett. Jr. SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
and wife Elsie Bennett and Pb-
-T J wright whose first script deals | for united prayer for foreign -Va- ) by Bennett and wife, Faye Ben- SEA TROUT RED
RICHARD BENNETT JR.. et ) BASS
her
1 and Service with a 19-year-old girl and i 1 missions. For many years homeland 'I. al ) net.

-e-neflfl_,ss stsflStSSSSSSSSSSSS SJS Srnssrsrr domineering mother. A producer,! foreign mission groups observed Defendants. ) I Io4iee Parcel No. 14-Rev.No. 11, Right of Way, SlID SHEEP SHEAD 1I

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Paul Douglas, is willing to finance I- days of prayer separately I\: Of .:...I..at Domain ProeenlIN"THE That part of a parcel of land RED FISH CHOWDER .
if Ginger i described as: <
only .
the play-but | but in 1919 they came together.In
I NAME AND BY TilE Commencing at SW corner of
mL his ex-wife in whom he is 1920 the women of Canada I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF Section 13, Township 5 South Range

interested, plays the part. I joined them. The first Friday in L FLORIDA :! East and running East on the STARKE SEAFOOD MARKET
still
I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Section line 2120 feet to a pointof
The plot is complicated by the .Lent was chosen as the day of CEltS, AND to all person and parties beginning thence run South with

Sell It Rent ft Trade It efforts of a brash young actress, j prayer for missions, home and title,having Interest.or estate claiming, mortgage any right or,: run proper East,variations with proper 660 variations feet; thence 660, Phone 392 "

Pat Crowley, to steal the role (as foreign. I other lien to or on those certain feet; thence running North with S. Walnut St Starke, Fla.

author from I Missionaries spread the idea of parcels of land hereinafter described the proper variations to the section \
the play's
well as and the following persons together line 6f;0 feet; thence running; West
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow I Ginger. All ends well but not until -i a day of prayer and at the request with all unknown persons claiming along the Section line 660 feet to

after lot of fun and trouble of many friends in other land, it by, through or under known persons point of bf'glnnlnllying Southof
a who are dead. or who are not and within 50 feet of the survey -
Good ); for the fOursome. I became a World Day of Prayer in known to be dead or alive: line of State Road S-125. Section A-l { A-I
Rates Results
Easy To Plac)1 I 'j 1927. Name and address Section 2854- 2S54-150 said purvey line being Values
1 I 150 State Head S-123;; Bradford l described at follow with reference
In conformance with the worldwide to Section IS,
County Township 5
20 WORDS OB LESS. ONE INSERTION 'The Steel Lady'
South Range 22 East
and
: plan, the day was proclaim'ed Emma Pearce Hill Section
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c I Tale I Lawtey, Florida 2 4. Township 5 South, Range 22
Adventure '
Is locally by Mayor J. R. Wain- Delta Porter SiglarskiResidence East

DISCOUNT OF IS: PEH CENT O.V TWO OK MOHK n"F.RTIO !t I To Park i wright who said: "It is recognized and address unknown; Beginning on the West line of
Coming I DeWitt C. Jones, Administratorof said Section 13 at a point 32 feet USED CARS
ZSe AlUITIO\AL fOH BLIND ADS OR ADS tOT.PUD IV U1VA>TK !I ; that the many problems the estate of J. H. Howe, Northerly from the Southwest cor-

A group of men marooned on confronting us can be solved only deceased.Camesville. ner of said Section 13, run thence

MEMORLiNS, CARP OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS 20c PER LINE the Florida North 89 degrees 58 min.. 53 "1.(.
baked of with the help of Almighty God.
broad expanse
the Eva F. Howe East 52S2.6 feet, crossing the South
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I Sahara Desert, a hundred miles I Fair Haven, Massachusetts line of said Section 13 to the East
Ii Richard "Bennett. Jr. line, til said Section 24 at a point and TRUCKS
: from the nearest outpost. under i Rites Wednesday 614 Hallway Street 1.! feet South from the Northeast

FOR KENT-Flvo room furnished FOR R& from attack by Daytona Beach, Florida corner of said Section 24. Containing .
Comfortable I constant danger
3
room : 1 I Elsie l.Ynnett l 0.US .
apartment. Coupla only or with apartment with beth, For C. C. Brantley acres more or less exclusive -
all electric tense storyof ,
is the
ujiU baby. kit Church $t. kitchen ak 'hostile Arabs 614 Railway Street of existing road right of

1'hona 1110-\V. Up ._.W! Madison. >-sleeping St.Irs.. rooms.J. M. SlithPlI 302- I "The Steel Lady". playing at Christopher C. Brantley, .70 I Bobby luytona: Bennett Beach, Florida IS way.OWNED flY: Riohard Bennett Jr. OPEN 7:30 A. M. Till 5:30 P. M.

EARTh \VOUMS FOR SALE-A. B.burrer.cy Itchg, the Park Theatre Sunday through died in a local hospital Sunday 614 Hallway Street and wife Elsie Evnnett and Bob-
: Thompson SI.: between WANT AND WOULD Tuesday. Daytona Beach, 'Florida I by Bennett and wife. Faye Ben- I
Washington and IVth fata. piano for appreciate afternoon following a short ill- Faye Bennett net
Jtp 3/lt Gospel Hall.Protestant Mrs. Myrtle>!services at I starred in the film as oil pros- 614 Railway Street Parcel No. 16, Lateral Ditch Right I ANDREWS% MOTOR COMPANY I

Ut !. Box 157, Lake Duller Hill Fla., I whose plane conks out In ness.Mr. Daytona lieach. Florida I of Station 443-1-12.0 (PART) SRD
pectors Harrison Mosley
'OR SALK-Fish Worms at East Brantley was born in No. 16.
Tenth SI: Kith Market by N1cksFruit Itp the middle of the Sahara are Tab Ga. WaJih-I' Clay County, Florida That part of:
Stand. ltp WANTED-Farm I I ington County. .: Josephine Mosley I NW'4 of NE% of NW14' of SecI -
Inquire at Pelican Tractor Work- Hunter and Rod Cameron. ''l8S3, and had lived near Starke j Clay County, Florida I, tlon 21. Township 5 South.

FOR SALK-1 used electric range __Fla. Club.. Starke 2tp 3/5,: I The title refers to the name: for about ten years. He was a I Section Bradford sS4-150.. State Road S-125, Range 22 East MADISON PHONE
$3>>.'5. I used apartment site gas tank County lying each side of and within "
I lof an abandoned German the Starke Church of Parrel No. 3, Right of Way SUD No. feet of
ditch
I all&0 ,:t.'i.. SUde: Ua* CQmpany. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY : member of a centerline And ADAMS .
Itchg man or woman to call on farmers for that the crew finds in the desert God. j I I I 3-Rev.A strip of lantl across! the ditch follows centerline: being described 15\\ 118
In
attempt I
l"radford
in
to an
County. Some and decides repair
FOR IS.H.E-Frame house on Pine making over taO a day. Full Surviving are his widow Mrs. j ji 'I South hide of Lot 57 of Wood- Commencing on the West line of
or lawn
St.: off Alton Koad. lot*. City part time. Write or wire for : to reach a French army and Subdivision according to Section 12, Township ;5 South, Range
free i I Mary Clemons Brantley; Plat recorded in Plat Book No. I
water and light bath complete. proposition. McNESS CO. 100 miles 22 East at point 32 feet Northerly
,
Term It desired. See J. W. 2766 DeSoto Station Memphis Box 2.: outpost away. I' four daughters, Mrs. Pearl Starting Bradford 1. page 17. public records of from the Southwest corner of said A-l I STARKE FLA.
Thomaa on premised. 4tp /S I Tenn In addition to the everhostileArabs County, Florida. Section 13, run thence North H9 [ A-i
2tp 3/12 ;, : Ocala, Mrs. Virginia Purdue I Said strip of land being 82 feet in degrees. 58 min., 53 sec. Eat I
WANTED 'TO CUT-Property on'! FOR SALE-Rutledfte tomato ; there is the problem of a Anthony, Mrs. Ruth Coleman and I i 57 width on the West line of said Lot 1283.0 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING I
plants and
Highway 301 north south of by 100 an alcoholic I 77.86 feet In width on the of ditch centerline I
or or water supply run
1000. H If dwindling I
Lewis, Rt. Coleman, both of East side of said .
Starke also small farm. Write'' __1_ Box Hi. Starke. Fla I Mrs. Alice Lot 57. Containing thence South 0 degrees.' 01 min. 07sec. : ,_.-, oJJ ,- ,
Ttox 100S. Starke. Fla. Jtch sIn Up who hampers their pro- Starke; five sons, Jordan L. and I exclusive 0.226 of acres more or lens East 50 feet run then e -_'LK---"'-- --- :. ;-, ,--.",,c>a__- ___-,;;_ _--_ : ....-_- _- ._- f
FOR 3ALK I the general state of existing road right of South 32 degrees, 46 min. 07 ,
-New five and see
press Charlie B
room frame Joseph both of Stalke, way; ALSO. .
RADIOS REPAIRED hou.Jf East 2.10 feet to the end of
said
to be
sold i
cheap for quick sale.off land. Priced I disrepair of the tank which might and John Brantley, both of St. That part. of'NK ditch centerline Containing ( fur'' SAT.
.. A. C. MONO
..
of
All ONLY
III. All Model Slade. 4 NWi/ and NW of
Hampton at time. They also that part of said ditch in NW I, ofNEH
Junc-tlon. down
bog any .
Rnwoitable rkitrgra cuar.*terdC1H3. UpI ; I Augustine.. and Byron C, Brent NW4 of N}< ', of Section 24. of SWVi of said Section 24)) '
,
C. !SHCPHKKD |1 l I WANTED\ -One Ten find some valuable jewels hidden ley of Brookville, Ind.; and a Township S South, Range 22 0.117 acres more or less
703 W. Call St. felarkr Pk. 238 Honey Frame Colony I which explains why East, IS OWNED BY: Richard Rennet .Ir.
Bees
No : in the tank I .
I. Disease pJease. sister, Mrs. Betty Flint, of South lying South of and within 50 feetof .
S. I and wife. Elsie Bennett and Ph.by
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In-I I Young. Rt. Z, Cox 244. Starkc. the Arabs are so anxious to cap Florida. the survey line of State Road Bennett and wife Faye Ben-
Quire at Bus Station. tf !ft S/5!!; I S-125, Section 2854-150. said survey I I nett. TRAININGPANTS
ture it. services held in line being deticril
POLOROID PICTURE Funeral were >ed as follows, Parcel No. 17. Lateral Dit.'h HiKht. :
COMB AND 8KBThis camera for In a ml'lute I the Church of God Wednesdayafternoon with reference to Section 13, Township I of Station 443-1-12.0 (PART SRD
Special Sale on blooming Aza- I S89.75. sale. used S59.50. :- W j I 5 South. Range 22 East, and 1 No. 17.
leaa of all sites at amazingly low Gift Bullington's Studio and 'Spanish Students at 2 o'clock with Rev. Section :24 Township 5 South.. Range That part of
price. 10 to 12 In.. 100 for $10. Large __ Shop. tfI 22 East.Beginning. I :
Lemuel Williams and James Cain I NW of NE'4 of NWi of S- :
blooming Aialeaa. SOc. TSc. $1.00 iTo Enter Contest I on the West line of said I I
POWER tion 24. Township 5 .
LAWN South.Range
each. I IlJ&I. I MOWER t I
for Section
rent officiating. Interment was in the 13 at a point 32: feet Northerly I
by the 22
hour / East. I
."}< DEH.E AZALEA GARDENSP. at Tlny's Service Staj I from the Southwest I
<>. Brtx US. Karlton.: Fla. I tlon Temple Ave." Ifchg- Cesar Luis Rivera Spanish family plot in Kingsley Lake Cem- said Section 13, run thence corner North of Lying each side of and within IS ifeet
j of ditch
Pauline Earle Collins FOR 'etery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I 89 degrees, 58 min., 53 sec. East a centerline said dIthcenterline
SA.E--16' x !O' unfurnished teacher at BHS has 5232. ft., j" being described as fol- t....
announce'a the
GOOD PEANUT HAT at $25 per house with front and back that Norma Gonzalez !, I Home was in charge of arrange- of said Section crossing! 13, to Ihe South East line line i i lows: | (
to! Also pure sugar cane syrup I I porches' and carport; on high dry ments. of said Section 24 at >lnt Commencing on the West line of Sizes24.6 '1White&Colora
a p/ 1 2 feet:
lot. Hlway 16 and Sandra Chambers.senior Section 12, Township I 5> !South.' Range I II
at I! per gal. H. M. Bul'H'Y. 1 block from Futch. South from the /
t
White. Fla. 4tU.g Ft'l/ I Klngsley Lake Phone 83-06S7. I I Northeast corner ofsaid 2! East. at a point 32 feet Northerly : 1
I I Jaokgonvllle. Pla. students. will participatein I Section !4. I from the Southwest corner of said 0,0'c

TROPICAL FISH FOR SALE -I the Snanish Declamation Con {Revival Dates Set exclusive Containing of 0.773 existing acres road more or less.of Section 13. run thence North S9! doI j I 3LimitLANES
Sword Tails, Angel Blue Gour- LET J. O. OnOM. JR. the honorary I right grees, 58 min.. 53 11f'<. East 12 :10
way.
amls and KLtck Tetras. reasonably nnLK TOUR test conducted by I By Methodists feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ]
priced M. A. Payne. West M&dlgon. -I! CATTLE A\D HOG Spanish fraternity Los Picaros de I| 11111.IS OWNED EY: Emma Pearce of dItch centerline run thenre i ,

Starke SALES South 0 degrees 01 min.. 07 .
Heights.
4tp 1/5 of .to.
Live Oak Each \V>dB*.d.r Quevedo. at the University I Plans for the Methodist Revival, Parcel 4. No. t, Right of Way SliD No. East 50 feet run thence South '2 I & GHILDHENS

FOR SALE-Two lots and small C."It.,me Hack Friday I Florida March 4 and 6. I IL April 25-30. were announced at A strip of land across the South degrees 46 min, 07 sec East Z\f\! .
house feet to the end of said ditch I II
on Route 16 East Starke. J. Ccflt.'r.line.
: The Spanish contest is conducted L- the monthly meeting of the Boardof side of Lot 55 of Woodlawn.Subdivision I Containing (for ,
L. Silcox. Uox 707. Starke. Fla. JTST \ i I that part >{
Stp Silt FKW LEFT in conjunction with the I according to Plat aM ditch 4 n S"f VRI, ofNW'4 :,
I We Dttnt Waal >ro I Stewards of the First Methodist look 1, page 17, public recordsof of said Section
FOR P.ENT-Furnlshed 24) 0.117 .
apartment a< res
one bedroom and glass d-ln sleep. I "OD Can Ha,r 'NU state-wide Florida Forensics program :- Church of Starke on Monday: Bradford County Florida. more or less.. <
AT 'OSTI interscholastic i { Said strip of land being 77.8 feet I IS I SHOES
ing porch, large living room, which sponsors March 1. I OWNED flY Emma }' 'r ijfi.
: evening I In width on the Went
kitchen and dinnette. 426 South I I side of said I I I
Jt'MflO DESK ('''LF.%O\R Jt debate and extempor- Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell stated Lot 53 and 7377 feet in width on Parcel No
St. or apply at Tuck's Auto t llallr i : i 20. HAUL: ROAD SRI ,
C&fe.U lUmiaderB. 275alne: '"> aneous speaking among all ac- the East bide of said Lot 58, containing No 20-Rev.
\0\V ____ I that the Evangelist for the Revival 0.119 i I
------- _________- 1.75 The acres, more or lees All that part of Lot 60 of Wood-
FOR RENT-Nearly new 1 bed. SMLL SIZE I' credited Florida high schools. services would be the Rev. exclusive of existing road right of lawn Snbdiion In f''IIIn 13: j!I
room cement block house with large DF>K: CALENDAR. Spanish contest is divided into way. Township 5 South Range/ 2! East
porch. in residential 1.75: lalue >OW ______ o1..iIIGE Vernard Robertson pastor of the IS OWNED BY: Delia Porter Slglar- '
screen good "A" students according to plat recorded in Plat
,
two sections Group ski. 1.69REG.
neighborhood. All modern conveniences. First Methodist Church In Swalnsboro Book 1. page; 17 of the nuhlic renrds REG. 1.99 I
Phone 165 between 8 :SiS DFiK C.\!_ RKFILL4 of Spanish-speaking backgrounds, Pcl No. C. Right of Way SRD N'),. Of Iradford I'.nmtv Florida lying
1.40 value .NOW ________ Ga. Dr. Robertson came to I.
and 5. or contact C of C. ttchg 3/$ S3'C and "B" students who have on each side of and within 10) f"et
Group A strip of land across the South
im.lDKOnU Starke last year during the Flonda of a haul rail .-*n'crhiiiaid
FOR RENT-Furnished cottage. ZlIe4roofll ; COl'%TELKGRVPH studied Spanish in school only.,. side of Lot 61 of WoodlawnSubdivision centerline being described a' I
,!. Modern electric kitchen. -. Methodist, Conference Evan- I according to Plat Commencing the West of
I ( on line
Each school is permitted one entry
Also large garden space. 1949 SILVER 'gelistic Mission and was the Book 1, page 17, public records: : I 2.99 2.69Regular
Adalu. ISO per mo. Mrs. L. M. DOilE HOUSE Trailer and one alternate for each of Bradford County. Florida .
Clark. RFD 1. Box: 2-C.. east complete In every detail May be: i speaker at the Gainesville DistrictI Said strip of land b ing 65.41 ftet
Starke. I ml. from brl,4ge.tf/chg, I I en anytime at Piiehurst Traili I- group. I Youth Rally at the First Methodist 1 in width on the West side of said I
i er Court. Route I, Dos 100. I Lot 61 and 6126 feet in width on
FOR SALE-Registered Angus DulU t i! 3tp 2/1 LI i Norma Gonzalez representing Church in Gainesville.t the East side of paid Lot 61, containIng i I Stock
ready for r\lce. also some Oroun "A", will present the poemi O.%!! acres exclusive of: Fresh Spring StylesHEfl'S
breeding Duroc gilts. J. B. White: FOR SALE-Ht-althy good quality the existing road right bf way. ,
UPWNTKI i Florida Giant and California i "El dia que me quieras" by Safety Council IS OWNED IY. DeWitt C. Jnn..... i -
i 1 Wonder Pepper Plants. Ready for Mexican writer, Amado Nervo.Mary Administrator of the estate of J ,

>-rtood yard man for part I I transplanting March 1-15. Doyle Julia Futch. representing To Meet Tuesday i ill. Howe. deceased.
'
time work. Apply Bradford Motor: K. '<-nn.>r. Conner Bros. Ins. !' Parcel No. 7, Right of 'Way SRD No
Court. Uchg AllpnPhonp !SS. (";itchg 3H'FOR Group "B", will give an excerpt :, .7 I

: from the essay "Ariel" by the A meeting of the Bradford A strip of land across* the South ,
HrtR \-I".rt' lire nUl.'rn'f'Y REXT OR S.U.FIe room I I side of Lot 62 of Woodlawn Sub 4 UNDERSHIRTS
Jose'Enri County Safety Council has been
cow with calf Alto Angus cow I houwr with C acres on Kevstone Uruguayan educator. 'division according to Plat Book I. ) j
with calves. Pure bred Angus I heights Road. in City Limits oue Rodo. Sandra Chambers: called by Pat A. Miller, president t 'Page 17. public records of Bradford .
n..af'onshlp : t--------
bull without papers. C. Letch. itt: <:'"rk... Fh term Ben Suslow. for 7:30: next Tuesday at the, ''Cr.untr. Florida. Said strip of land i S
p.m.
tl'htr 21 "B"
1. Bux 51. Starke UchgWE : Group alternate, has prepared : being 61.26 feet In wdth on the "It elwoyi makes me feel good 1st Qual.

the poem "Los Maderos de city hall. The executive boardand I', West line of said Lot 6! and 57.11
I FOR S.\LE-I acre f. 50 fa put this in .Indow" .
NEKI an experienced InStarke rm. acres J feet my
man in width 2LmutS
\ the East
on line of
and improved pasture 15 near trees, San Juan" by the Colombian directors are urged to attend : 35c
near by towns to I I 11 said Lot 62.: Containing 0242 acres,
sell Sick. Accident and Hospital persimmon trees and HO bear writer. Jose as the 1954 program will be more less. exclusive
ing n.van tree.. 40 graded Angus Asuncion Silva. or of existing ANSWER THE CALL 49c Value
InMiranrt to white and colored
I road of
j et1)e.) For the order of business right way.
information write I C.:
peopl.. No collecting Age no | T ..>..!, nt. 8 Pnx 51 tfchg Each speaker is allowed ten IS OWNED' BY: Eva F. Howe. I II
handicap Financial! and field minutes for his declamation. j In a recent survey, the Bradford I- Parcel No. 10 Right of way, SRD JOINTODAY Ij I
help to get jou started. Write E. GOOD OPEN1NO for a Fuller Brush County Sdfety Council No. 10. + j
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P. Anderson. P. O. Box 2". Ocala. I Dealer In Starke and Bradford The t'ontestiIl begin at 3:30: exposed That part of: Ij

Fla. Itp. Countr. average earnIngs! $65 and p.m. March 5 in the Auditorium 25 hazardous conditions in NW4! of N'E'"4 of NW'4 of Sec I We Exchange]
up. Man or woman. Must be the county. tion 24. Township 5 South. j
FOR RENT-Two bedroom nicelyfurnUhfd I permanent resident with car. Also of the Florida Union Building in I Range 22 East and a parcel of We Refund
house. Oo>r. of Christianpd one part-time repreentatIv Gainesville.Chi1dren's. land described as: j

Pratt St. Iti-hg.1! Write, Roy Qold"mith. Flavet N 0. Convention Commencing on the Section line between W.C.T.U. \ We
Singing Satisfy
I 3171'. '
FOR RE-"T-Furnll 3 bedroom OalnesvllV. Fla. !tp 3/5 Sections 23 and 14 of said 1 1I
Township and Range at the
house with ail modern convenient Jl'3 STATIOV nE"RA'"T Group pointof I
I \ on tour acre of land sale Sacrafioe. III health. For for I The Bradford-Union SingingConvention i Intersection thereof with the rt HAVE SWORN UPON TilE
... I East line of the Right of of II
I "- ('h'"n hfi .e will accommodate "A'fl.i.. conta.'tan To Meet Monday way ALTAR OF H7V.
Pat.phonf' I ,
will have an all day S. A. L. Railway for a POINT OF GOD ETERNAL
.. F't'f about 1000 Ton'chicks.n Inntilre!'Hf"M" I 1J-W. !tchl!' 3'1* I on BEGINNING: thence run East along HOSPITALITY G A INS Tn'FRY Call : 11
St.
smg Sunday, March 7, at the
II : The Bradford Countv Children the North line of said Section 23. 0
George Kaufmann. Bradford CoT..I ( FOR RENT: -4-r..om furnt;.he.l r"- I FORM OF TYRANNY j
and the South
line of Section 11 said IV
j
.P. ,n>, h. ?"*< !! I! ai .1 I'cIonk I tae.>. fre"hv! reilei ..'It,1If'r'! .- '* Committee will meet Mox i- Heuoronn Baptist Church. Everyone Township and "
w".kd.1Yt'. Range a distance of OVER TIlE MIND OF MAN. S tarl.e. _
'"fref-r.t' p" r n"i'r: dav Mar. 8. at noon at the Methodist interested in Gospel singing I.'O') fee!. thence run South 14 de- .
hi'- ., THOMAS .
AliJO .r" .n "'. JLFFERSONDEFENDER
p 'r''i.fu' \ 'is invited srew. s; (h.'ng parallel to sari i iRailroad Ib.
,
FOR SAI.F8a )h. (
'" th int ">' I. -'-IT". -:::;!: d I J" ; "c Recreation Hall. ) a distance of 1000 feet. ( MAGAZINE.
)
springs matrHtv rail nC.j i Itp d.ldln. 1
lpI thence
run West 14 degrees North Dr11TIuiI.e





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