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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 12, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Kickoff Draws Thousands


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At Not since General
WainwrightDay
I and declared that he understands
almost ten years ago, have the problems of both labor and
Crowds flocked to Starke by the
t ,
management because "I have worked -
thousands as they did last Fridayfor
for other
people, and I have
the kickoff rally of Acting
had other people working for me."
Governor Charley E. Johns' cam-
paign for the unexpired two-year In reviewing his legislative
.
.
record, the
r Acting Governor said:
+ term as Governor of Florida.
a
.lk = sc. "You know how hard I fought -
It was a celebration, the color ___ sometimes almost alone to get
and noise and enthusiasm
of which _
more assistance
for OUr needy
$ .., c would have put Hollywood movie- __
,. aged, the blind the dependent children -
makers to shame. couldn'thave
{ They and the handicapped. You
done it better.
There were
know how hard I
fought
to cut
_y bands and banners. TV interviews
i the red tape out of our welfare
with old timers, along Call Street
program. You know I have
Ja I theme song, "Let's Keep Char
w.: worked for better schools and thatI
ley." fried fish and hushpuppies,
tried desperately to get a $450
I I I and the night sky was lighted by cost of living wage for teachers
TV floods and flaring flash bulbs. in the 1953
legislature. I
pledge
1
p,, In the middle'of it alland ap- you that. as your Governor, when

parently enjoying every, minute the Legislature
meets in
try y i: was an energetic personable. I- I -. that I will, with the cooperationof 1955

crowd-loving man who quit college the of the
: members Senate and
: r some 30 years ago to becomea __ l' of the House, straighten out our

; flagman on the Seaboard Air welfare program and 1ill see

I line Railroad. Today- he is Ai-tins-.--. that the school teachers get the
CHARLEY E. JOHNS TAKES THE STAND at his campaign kick-off here last Friday night Among Governor of Florida and wants to .r raise that they failed to get dur-
those with the the left to his and Jerome WANT PHCTOS? drop the "acting" from the title "
seated Governor on platform are ( right) son campaign manager, S ing the 1953 session.

his wife, Thelma and daughter Markley Ann. Seated behind the Governor, in hat and dark coat, Most of the photographs on "ember.I by election. at the polls next No Touching on the question of

I.. Senator Dillworth Clark of Monticello. At right of rostrum is silver-haired Jack Dew of Jacksonville, this page was taken by an Independent road and bridge construction

who served as master of ceremonies. Rep. Doyle K. Conner is ii at far right on stand. photographer who I "I believe you will agree with Johns said that "The plain truthis
II I, will be glad to supply 8 x 10 ;me that it's simply not good busi- that when I became Acting

I prints of any scene at $1 each. ness for Florida to have three ad Governor I found that the road

Anyone deMring copies of the ministrations in Tallahassee during building program in Florida was

I I holographs shown here may any four-year period- Johns told at a virtual standstill. He said

\I, leave orders at the Telegraph 'I the crowd of thousands who I that every citizen in Florida bad

4 wffice. bfaved the frigid night air to hear .- suffered from that "stoppage" and

r I Ii Ij him make the statewide radio added: "I have been fortunate in

broadcast officially launching his five of Florida's
getting most onti -
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i Acting Governor campaign. The celebration which YOUTHFUL SUPPORTER Is embraced by Acting Governor Johnsat i,standing men to serve on what t
had been all fun to this i
I took up point kick-off rally here last Friday. The youngster aid he couldn't like to call an action Road Boardin
on its first serious
note with
contrast to the. former Do-
Y __ Thanks FriendsI ,the Governor's opening remarks. I I vote, but he'd speak a word to daddy. Nothing Road Board. They have

Answering criticism that he said ----.--- broken the stalemate in road !-
I \ nt to thank my man, I has been leveled at him for rais I every direction. The crowd wasa He cited as an example IDS recentI ing, he said.

f friends in Union[ and Bradford De-partment cross section of rural and urban j jl |extension of the automobile license The program of speaking was

'- ) Y L Count.-- for what they did in l. Florida with county officials and i|tag purchase deadline from Feb. prefaced by remarks by Senator

11 r + i 1r makip" my campaign kick-off pay brackets, Johns declared that (I political high-ups from all sectionsof 20 to March 10. He granted the Dillworth Clark of Montlcello

=, for Governor such an over- the increases have "boosted mo- the state mingling with farmers I extension, he said, after learning often referred to as the dean of

i I whehning success. rale In that agency so that everyone I laborers and business men. I that "a great many Florida citi- the Florida Legislature and a longtime -

Words cannot express: my appreciation concerned is doing a better Starke store windows blossomed jzens I would suffer financial inconvenience friend of Johns. He referred
and more efficient job". He said out for the occasion with and even hardship if they
to you fo vnur having I 1 I to the Acting Governor as "my
worked so faithfully in that he will extend the pay in- |large red, white and blue signs had to pay for their license plates ,|boy" and said that when Johns'

making thtO8..lon the success creases to include those who work i boosting Johns for Governor, and by Feb. 20. So I did what I think brother, the late Senator Markley
LRADFOKD moil SCIIOO.L BAND the Governor's Official Band swings down Avenue with the hour. the
Temple it was and I will be forever t by banners were stretched across any man would have done under i Johns died in office he (Clark)
white and crimson uniforms flashing In the sun. i Indebted to you for thin The mammoth fish fry and rally street at several points. similar circumstances if h<* had the felt called upon to help Charier

was held at the athletic field of Johns, who was introduced by ,welfare of his people at fceart. the younger brother take his
I and also for what you are doing
t;I for me in campaign for Bradford High School where Johns ''his son and campaign manager, Je- I He also said that "as long as I place. He predicted Johns' election
my '
.E i, Governor. graduated in 1924. Hundreds of, rome Johns, said the basis of his Charley Johns is your Governor as Governor and said that I

cars were parked on all access political creed is that government 'you won't be called upon to pay "Those of you who are not with
Again, thanking we reI I
_I main you I roads for several blocks in nearly should have "a heart and soul." any new or increased stat taxes" him vet. better pet with him now."



I jI Your and Charley.Markleyann friends.Ted, Jerome"John. i Candidate Qualify Ends Monday. I


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I i Farm BureauTo With the deadline for qualifying ent), Henry B. Hinson, and Ger- For Republican Executive Committeeman 'ton (man not qualified).

II'' Meet Friday candidates in the May primaries I, ald Adkins. H. B. Wiggins; Committeewoman i| Precinct 4 N. J. Davis and

set for high noon Monday, March ,; For School! Board, Dist. 1 (Law- Mrs. Ethel R. Mrs. Equilla Roberts.

Th regular meeting of the 15, competition seemed assured for< tey) : Dan W. Starling Truman I Parks, Committeewoman. I Precinct 5 G. P. Wadsworthand
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i ,y, ff Bradford County Farm Bureau all major offices. Norman and H. C. Kell) For Democratic Congressional Mrs. Thos. F. Brown.

will be held Friday, March 12, Those who had qualified through I For School Board, Dist. 3 I Committeeman and Committee-j. Precinct 6 None qualified.

at 8 p. m. at the courthouse.All Wednesday were: (Brooker New River: H. C s I I woman: none qualified tlf| date. Precinct 7 E. A. Sapp and

Farm Bureau members who For County Commissioner, Dist. !i Douglas A. L. Green Stafford L. ; For Bradford Count Democratic Mrs. Mana Wiggins.
Crews and Ethan A. Sapp. Executive Committeemenand i Precinct 8 L. R. and
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Gainey
are interested in the Blue Crossor
2 (IN. Starke) : L. L. Renfroe (
Blue Shield insurance plansare iB-1 For School Board Dist. 5 (N. Committeewomen: Mrs. N. G. Hayes.
cumbent). E. L. Crawford,
urged to be present as the I Ewell Lawson. I Starke) : H. A. Lawson (incumbent j Precinct 1 L. H. and Beatrice Clerk of the Court Chas. A.

anniversary date is March 15. I ) and T. T. Long. Futch. I. Darby states that when the whis-
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and all who wish to enrr'l must 14 For County Commissioner Dist. For State Democratic Executive j Precinct 2 L. D. ana Mae D. I tie blows at noon Monday he will

do so before that time 01 wait (Theressa Hampton, Graham I : Committeeman and committee- Green. I I automatically stop qualifying

UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BAND led by trim Majorette passes by Bradford County courthouse for a year Mrs.._Jessie R.. Chastam (incumb-1 woman: Lex and Lucille Green. ; Precinct. 3 Nolia D. Midd'e- i candidates.

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.u sltilal9 t Board Turns Down Cnuntv Receives I j Taq Deadline
Thomas Elected '
r* ; Petition To Halt 'I i $35,000 Race Funds !i
i Sees Sales
Rowell t Up
Fishing
x : Bradford County received this !
Head Of I\
Rotary week a check for $35000 from the
i A petition bearing the signatures : ,I Due to the extended deadline for
41 j state comptroller's office as its
of 67 residents of Bradford automobile licenses tags there is
share the
of funds derived from
A J. Thomas, Sr., veteran retired County asking that Rowell Lake ; I some confusion, according to J. R.
!
the state
tax
on pari-mu'uil betting -
clerk of the court and charter be closed to all commercial fish- 'Kelly tax collector. The deadline,
at race tracks an.l jai alai March 10 is ,
now past and all
member of the Starke RotaryClub J
ing was presented to the county I'
frontons. This check races the automobile
1 owners should have
1, was elected president of the commissioners at a recent meet-
!; total received far this to '
g rf so year the 54 tags on their vehicles now.
organization in the annual election
ing. Although sympathetic to the
I $70,000, which is the sane as it Kelly reports a sizeable In-
of officers held Wednesday.. proposal, the commissioners: denied i.
was a this time. crease in tag sales as compared
At Mr. Thomas is J'I year ago (
present engagedin
I the petition since it per- ,i with last year. Regular tags sold
tv Monthly distributions of racing!
the real
estate business in 1 I
tained to only one lake in they |this year numbered 1,930; last
I Starke. His election b made from j
revenue are
was January
1. ,I county but said the body would i,year there were 1809. Heavier car
t. secret ballot and was unanimous.A 1 i consider any effort to have all through June. The total amount ; tags (Ws) amounted to 323 this

tie vote was cast for the of lakes; in the county closed to ("ommerl'18J paid Bradford County ;;ist year I'i vear; there were 235 last year.

five of vice president with L. H. fishing. was $122.000 ![Light truck tags soid this year

Gibson and Judge T. A. Yawnbeing I were 565; last year there were 535.

& the dual choice. This contest

was settled by drawing'!

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straws with Gibson emerging as Multitude FedFriends

Rotary's new veep.I ,
POUTICOES FROM ALL FLORIDA gathered In and around the USO
BAKER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL band turns out to add color to the Besides Thomas and Gibson,
last Friday afternoon to report plans for perfecting Johns' organizations
parade for neighbor Charley E. John! in their home counties. those elected to comprise the new of Acting Governor
board of directors were: GeorgeH. Johns prepared fish sappers in

Huggins. T. T. Long. E L improvised kitchen (left) toserve

I Freeze Gets Berries And Tender Matthews. G. L. Patten. Dave, some 7,500 hungry kickoff -

Crops Simpson, and T. A. Yawn. ers (part of crowd pictured

The new officers will take over r below).

Successive blasts of cold weather at the beginning of the Rotary 4 Billy Noegpl, chairman of

I I frosts, and freezing rains dealt HOW COLD IT GOT Strawberries will virtually be Due to the cold only 585 crates year m July.Sunrise. supper, announced that the

Bradford County Farmers a terrific out of the picture until around were sold at the Starke market t 4t dg mammoth crowd consumed:

blow during the past week. Official low temperature recorded April 5 as the result of killing during the past seven days. as Service 300 pounds of fish, 300 pounds

Although no accurate figure on at the Starke Farmers frost and freezes over the weekend compared with 1.148 crates the; L of meal in buahpuppies, 550

damage can be established yet it :Market station: that took a toll of practically! previous week. Plans Are SetRev. loaves of bread, 250 gallons of

is known that tender crops killed Thursday. March 4. S4.8 all bloom and young fruit. Prices remained reaching baked beans, 900 pounds of

will mean huge losses in plants Friday, March 5, 30.5 (frost) Loss to growers would run into strong W. S McAliley. minisc' cabbage in cole slaw, and 90

seed, labor and gasoline. Hardesthit Saturday, March 6, 38 (rain) the thousands of dollars but a high of $14.30 per crate on the Starke Presbyterian Clm-i. --Polaroid i Minute Photo by the Telea-raph- pounds of coffee.

: were growers in the Brooker Sunday March 7, 28.8 (frost) Starke. market manager M. R. Tuesday. Wednesday's trice' will be the speaker for the annual ------ -
section because they traditionally Monday, March 8, 3:!.'7 (frost) Judd expressed belief that plants ranged from $11.20 to $12.60, but Easter Sunrise Service, it \ya= announced _

early planters had the most would come back with a heavy only 43 crates of berries were offered this week by the Starke :l.i. _. : -..__ : e.

stuff up to be hurt by the cold. i| Peas, with an estimated 150 crop in early April. and that Ministerial Association. The EaSer .__ .

Main early crop in the Brooker acres above ground were believedto chances were still good to have :: Total receipts: for the week were Sunrise Service is sponsored an -

section however Irish potatoeswere be a total loss necessitating 'a profitable season. 631675. ,nually by the Churches of Starke .

virtually unharmed. Al- complete replanting. Another 150 and will be held again this veal .,...
though tops of plants were served acres of string beans were likewise i I'I. cess of transplanting tobacco: and county had not rushed the seasonquite at Kingsley Lake near the Kings .".'

by the cold the spuds will con- j' wiped out and are now being i I predicted that damage to this so much as those out Brooker ley Lake Cemetery. Rev. L D

t.nu to make, and should begin plowed up and replanted. !; crop might continue to show up Haines is in charge of arrange-
way. and their losses
for weeks to consequently
rolling to market about April 15.j i Watermelons ((350 acres up> come. ments for special music at the
Although losses in time and were minor to ... ,.
except
Brooker growers have an estimated were damaged in varying degrees. 'I service. ',.",..

500 acres of potatoes now. ma- one grower estimated his loss at money were heavy some observers strawberries. Plans for the noon day servicesduring
said the net effect of the two-I i ,j.\t.\
turing.
75 Week
I per cent; another at 40 per Holy were also made
week setback due
, cent. to neoessa Minstrel by the Ministerial
The late cold caught more than ; Tonight Associationthis
i
I replanting might i
I a thousand acres of prove a blessingin week at the regular meeting
tender crops Pole beans and early
corn apparently .
! in the Brooker section aboveground I) got off without serious diaguis It will prevent Brooker The Woodmen's circle is sponsoring held on Monday. March 8. Thesen'ices .
i I crops going on the market in *! a minstrel show tonight (Fri ""
and losses were estimated damage, but cucumbers, will be held from 12 to '
! at all the way from 50 to 90 ,, and pepper competition with the still heavily day) at 8 o'clock in the Legion 1112:30 each day during Holy Week : '.
would '
squash suffer arounda :
percent
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i producing South Florida section I' hall for the benefit of purchasing '"" ., "
depending on the crop and 50 per cent loss. ; Monday. April 12 through Friday F
I II I its location. it was said. chairs for the WOW hall Tickets i April 16. in the First Metnodisf I t S !! \
Most growers were in the pro- 'Growers'in other : :
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAEKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH U, 195t
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EDITORIAL Johns In Most Favorable Position I I "y""y"""""""""""""" I 1 Love Lucy' Duo I I,! in Colorado. are climaxed by their.

brave attempts to set housekeeping
\ PINE In New Film in their up but
dazzling
All Aboard For Governor Sweepstakes, Says KayBy To Florida ;dangerous mobile mansion

I by Mrs. H. M. : !I It all begins when Tarv decides -
Russell Kay certainly came up fast and proved Lucille Ball and Desi Arne :
that since her husband'sjob
himself an able campaigner. & .A..A. .A..A..A..A. comedy adventures in the
My fnend Joe Abram who con- : takes him to all parts 01 the
Collins has an enviable legislative Love Lucy" series are followed
duets the Florida Political Sur- We're glad to have a I. it would be efficient -
''e> and Poll is at it again and record. has strong support warm day again after so millions, appear in "The Long I I country more
LL1EITJi! : I among conservative groups is Trailer" showing at the and economical to are on
cold
weather and
his first bulletin dealing with the we '
making friends wherever he i Theatre three days start- wheels. They are soon disillusioned -
tuning elections'was released I appears -I. strawberries aren't hurt, too I 'I.I.
and will attract a large A Sunday. when what starts out as a
March 2. i good many from this I I
block of former McCarty voters I[ Lucille and Desi are seen as 51,700 investment soon proved to
In view of the munity enjoyed the .
amazing accuracyof I I
(' and Tacy Co'Jini newly- be a 55.345 one, plus extras But
who feel that he will do his Utmost I I vention and I
the Abram since it Homecoming
l- poll was I to carry out the original bronn Sunday. who embark on a cross this is only the beginning of the
established, observers who .
many McCarty program. The McCarty honeymoon In a trailer. headaches, packaches, and heartaches
fl put little stock in such Misses Ardelia and
surveys
mis-
family has given him their un- adventures anc comic that confront the popula-
4 in the past are giving this particular endorsement.Of of Jacksonville spent the as they start out from Cal- comedy team before the happy
qualified
poll full considerationsince I I I end with Misses Pansy. to Nick's engineering job endingTftADE
it accurately foretold the the three contenders Johns is I and Gloria Crosby.

-- : "lection of Governors Fuller Warren -;; in the most favorable position I H. H. Lewis visited the I!

and Dan McCarty, the defeatof from a vote-getting standpoint.A of J. S. Norman of Lawtey !,

Claude Pepper by George Sma- small county man, he will com- 1 I day. Mr. Norman !

them and the election: of President -I I mand strong support. from the I fered a stroke. Mr. also NOW 4

Eisenhower in nation and small counties throughout the ;
..flI1dW.t: Isaac Norman and E.
I
state. state,.His labor affiliation appeals of Heilbronn.

This first bulletin seems to con- I''to the labor group and, while labor Rev. and :Mrs. W E.

'.ur with the view of competent has never gone "down the sister, Mrs. Vara I -- .:: :::: :'::-. -c.:< __::_:... :---c::: .::: .:, L =:'_.____ ', :' _--_ :,:.

observers at this time and shows :[line" for any candidate, Johnsis dinner guests of Mr. I

(harley E. Jor--s in the lead in a better position to get the Raleigh Conner Sunday,

with 20 per cent of the rural bulk of this vote than are his called to Green Cove 2

& 1"r .Me and J8 pej ent of the city;opponents. The man "in office" cause of the death of a save ways on

% I -ote. Brailey 0 lham second with :always has an advantage partic- Virgil Hall, Sunday

16 per cent of the rural vote and ularly with municipal and county a. m. The family has our

j-J.T; !16 oer cent of the city vote ,and officials. sympathy.

I eRoy Collins in third place with: Unfavorable press reaction, Mr' and Mrs. A. F. GO
13 per cent of the rural vote and mostly in the larger cities can be children of Jacksonville

1 12 per cent of the city vote. The largely discounted as far as influencing weekend with Mrs. Hall's

: poll isbased on an estimated to- votes is concerned. the H. M. McRaes, and

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In view of' the fact that the very good record in this regard day.

ampaign is just starting the and attacks on a candidate often Miss Gertie Fay

result of this first poll does not boomerang, doing the candidate Wateroak spent Thursday

necessarily indicate the final outcome 'more good than harm. noon with the H. M.

At this stage of a gubernatorial -t 1 Odham and Collins are not to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. ,, .. 1. you get

--- campaign anything can be discounted. They know that ted relatives in Brooker Broachitis'I -

Plenty of candidates have had a band wagon on which to invite their friends and sup- happen. i Johns is the man to beat and as day of last week

porters to ride. but few if any -- have ben as fortunate as Acting Governor Johns. I: There is no evidence at this the campaign progresses they will,: We were glad to have : BIGBONUS .

With display of vim and vigor that could h irdly have been excelled in his early days asa I II time of any keen public interest (be more inclined to train their Rae of Gainesville with '
a
and theie are no issues so far on hjm than 8n each other. last Sunday.Mrs. '
"All guns
Governor shouting
30 ago, last Saturday the was ;: MLEAGEI \
SAL flajonan some years
,
: that are inclined to arouse the ,These tactics can also back-fire T. N. Norman ',
from Jacksonville to Miami. Instead of a band wagon Governor .
Aboard! to Floridians I voter Johns. in the dual : lot bronn visited her
capa- if overdone and a depends on parents .. /
that lots of folks from walk of life ,
it to every
train and was plain fee
Johns riding a !
was city of Acting Governor and candidate how the candidates handle them- M. McRaes Friday .

were climbing aboard to ride with him. I is a colorful figure He apparently -I selves in the weeks ahead and I Those strawberries she '
,
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I TViP...... camp snirit. nf .infWtiniis...._ pnthnsiasm_ t.kat oprmeated has lined up powerful I i when the campaign gets under, were surely! good. I 7 ,
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Treed. the now-famous train ride was also observed at the Johns' ; political leaders and it is generally full steam. .. 2.

kickoff rally here last Friday. There could be no doubt that conceded that the politicians. j In the campaign for Railroad I Rents To Rodeo you get more
state and local, favor hIm.
the Governor's campaign for the two-year, unexpired term largely i and Public Utilities Commissioner : f
At a recent meeting of the was off' with a bang. As one former state official with If Abram is correct in this estimate -, in groups 1 and 2, we find incumbent -. Lots of cattle raisers : ; -' on Our liberal
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Council it that the vote will be in here have had trouble : :
Oty Has suggestedthat know-how observed Friday: "The politicoes that Wilbur King leading Allen
political the of 87)0000 and stock but it
the last remaining oak elect to office." I neighborhood Acosta, and Jerry Carter ruly : : trade.in
here
have gathered today can any man any :
tre on the courthousesquare I that women will wield more influence j leading Davis Atkinson accord-. Mayor J. R. Wainwright of allowance

be removed on the basis of I The Johns train apparently. is rolling fast. I than in the past final results -,j ing to the Abram poll. Here again I to capitalize on it. He I II

interference with utility Une The councilmen squirmed' uncomfortably of the respective candidates to I Brahman calves to a
i the Telegraph has always as far as we know supportedthe | advantage and opponent ; ,
In their seat and the of inde- : Jacksonville. This might
i arouse great mass
local candidate in a state race. Such support is traditional will have a hard time unseating
finally chorused agreement, : pendent voters whose action at. ; idea for those who have ,
feel that's the it should be. Just as we them. King and Carter are able .
when one member chimed out: and we way this time is more or less unpredictable. -:and with; "too mean for their hide I : ... Goodyear tires
experienced campaigners ]I
"Don't talk to me about taking would not withdraw our support from the Democratic Party I I them". :I V. put into service

down any more trees! in because of disagreement over individual planks in the platform I In his last campaign Brailey.(valuable contacts throughout the! :: V during cool
state. Public interest in theSE
!
Starke not after all the fuss withhold from local candi- V weather will
so would we not support a i Odham demonstrated his ability to, '
I races is never very great and this give a lot
you
there urns about the other ones! :
of
differences
date in state race because of opinion over
a arouse the public through his: is another advantage they have Wonderful j of extra mile-
It teems that back In January I
issues past present. or future unless we deemed talkathons. Some f and
t.bueULS such I observers felt I A lot can happen in the next S age; coupled -

removal of several an uproar oaks overthe that such action necessary in the interest of the people of Bradford that with the momentum he had I two months, so it's well to remember V S ,.. V biff trade-in with tho allowance

the GMiacll Just the least bit County. developed if he had had a little, that there's many a slip I Child's V_ V you'llget

wary of a repetition. Then too. more time he might have won. He! "twixt the cup and the lip. ,. V, you can !
In the present campaign for Governor of Florida i the : For coughs and acute : .
I ?N ;; realize a terrific
the Harden Club
recently went colds you can BOW get I
stated above hold true. Althoughwe V.VVvVyvyyyyy ,, ,
principles I
long-standing Ellen Norman was a busines$J savings!
S
Children
the specially
oa record as favoring preservation prepared
of trees and ,,->u Ii might have had our areas of disagreement on issues at visitor to Jacksonville TuesdayMrs. I pink and blue package and be I But that's not aU'\ctualy'! you profit a third way. That's the

know the old saying "Never infrequent intervals.! in the past. we have always taken pride HIGHLAND'l'l8y J. D. Boone and Mrs. Le.. I (iYourchildwililikelt. improved ride you'.l notice right away, on safer smoother, moredependable
It contains safe
underestimate the power of a I in being able to disagree with a man and still keep his friend- ; Green's brother, George Prescott,I ingredients.(2) only I I Goodyear Super-Cushions. So act now!

woman" (especially at election ship. Governor Johns veteran of many rough and tumble Mrs Lacy Norman&AAAAAAA4jj4AAAAjAAAAAj is a patient in a Lake City hos. (3) It contains no narcotics ;I Come in and see for yourself, that we mean what we say!

time). Senate fights. certainly must feel the same. pi tal.I turb nature's processes. !I '
When the Council was requested I Isunday I E. C. Harvey was a busines!I (4) It will aid nature to Pay as llttlejas' $1.25 a week for a pair. .
heal raw tender inflamed .
All three Governor Johns and his two opponents
to remove the trees men School &:45 a m. each visitor to Jacksonville ThesdayShirley bronchial membranes thus

because bird! Mere subjectingpassersby are political veterans with years of sen-ice in the Florida 'j Sunday. Worship Service 11 a. m. I j Smith spent Sunday ir I the cough and promoting Service Center Station

to certain indignities Legislature. All three have records that are written in the and 7pm. Prayer Meeting earn Jacksonville. sleep. Ask for Creomulsion
it seemed to them that the Idea make the law of state. dren in the pink and blue
they have helped to our i
legislation I Wednesday 7 m. and Choir
p. :I The Edwin Knights of Baldwu :
had merit, and presto! the declared his willingness to I SEEBER D. GOODMAN;
felled. Governor Johns has frequently practice each Friday 6:30: p. m. were visiting the Leonard Normans i ;?_
trees
But were then another of stand on his record and let the people be the judge. Therefore !'Teachers meeting each Saturday Sunday FOR CHILDREN I it U. S. 301 at South. City Limits
group
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who wishes to make his decision objec- 7:30 .
citizens sprang into action I for any voter p. m.Amanda I I Happy Birthday to J. D. Boone, nfera Coughs. Oed Cota. Acute
protesting that trees add chann tively. leaving out considerations of a personal or emotional i!I and Barbara Gene Howard Marr and George Griffis

and beauty to the city anti are nature the records of all three men are open for investiga-I I Wilkinson of Jacksonville. :Estelle I Hazel Virgie and Ceraldir.i.e ">.......... .

the only thing distinctive about tion and consideration. j!I Green of Heilbronn and Vernori Griffis were in Jacksonville Man- "

Starke. And the Council noil i and Mames Griffin of New River day.

to agree (somewhat belatedly) In the meanwhile. Governor Johns' campaign train is I I attended church here Sunday i I lI l

with their idea because you just 'rolling fast and it looks as if more and more voters are i Gene Converse of Jacksonville HAMPTONCHRISTIAN flelf4onV
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can't argue against charm and | climbing aboard every day. While those in other parts of 1 1'visited her dad who is very ill CHURCH I I <

beauty either in a tree or a the state are making up their minds which train to board I I Bible School 10 a. m.; Worshi :
I Linda and
[ Danny Overstreet of p.n'
woman. I voters in Bradford and Union County already seem to know 1 ';Service 11 a. m.; Youth Prograr
All of which makes us 1" m- : Jacksonville spent the weekend 6:30 m. Evening Service 7:3:10'r.l': '
) i which is the train for them the fast rolling Special. piloted p. with
pathize somewhat with our with then aunt Clara Boone. p m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pasto V Iwo4ia punch
public sen ants and their effortsto i i by native son Charley, E. Johns. u_________ I ,

please all fi tlons. The problem AdettUtfmtnlFrom

of the Council and the inconsiderate e : .

birds is just one 1 The Ides of March :i where I sit.. by Joe Marsh ; .. ', .. -V

of many headaches that confront i' ; 1Il

aU governing groups, county I LoU of folks will .-pt-n.r| a what it must hair been like -J- I

t-tate. anti city. good part of thiseekend wading before the era of the income l
Yes indeed the life of a through income tax forms to tax. Those truly mu..t have

public servant Li not entirely a beat the deadline of March 15. been "the go<*J old dajs" when

happy one, but it's a strange That i- Uncle Sam\ paj"day and March 13th was ju..t another Steve Tips the Balance

thin;:. Come every eleUiwi there I the old boy. doesn't like to he day and not a... it is now. a

is never a shortage of candi kept aiting. Furthermore helatists day of reckoninghen u man

dates. upon a fair degree of has to get out his pocketbook Was just leaving home this To your wife that probably

awuraoy.Ve and conscience and try to satea morning when the Missus reminded looks like a better buy."
wider wWfullj little of both.
\ often
New LookIt's I me to stop at Steve and From where I sit, there's always -

I Al's Meat Market for a pound of more than one way to .'->- .

i hamburger. "Be sure to get it and still "' .,, ,
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proach a thing come '; '''*' :<' : <
a pretty sight to .. a .' .., r)1
from Steve she said. < .
fair and square to all My "> ;"" { ( c.1"ti
town blossom out and "h3hip. \\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH )
"Why?" I wondered. So when likes a cup of tea feill i: dini.er- ...:. If L 3
of progress, and It's I .'
I got to the market I asked Steve prefer a terai>*..u glaib cf l'<; r. HYDRA-MATIC,
worth a trip to Brooker these .i:. I L. Matthews, Editor-Publisher I '" .f I_
days just to see what's going if he knew. "I'll tell you, Joe," We get alutg' fie. Gis mc i .d'r I (.ri...'<,,:;>. ,'.,..,'',,/. ....
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.. at he said. "Al and I sell mad though, wienoratbody; z.. "' matter
on In that thriving West Brad .'ubU..ht'II.I'r>' Friday and entered a. second clas the same I

ford town. I : meat, and a pound is a pound. starts "thro i it.j: Lis v'-gu: *. I
under tht't of March S. 18j9.I
the Post ( :'f>ce in tarl.!". Florida: Ii
The formerly narrow main I I I I Maybe it's just that we go at it around" ted denials Oui T ite i new '54 CMC. light-duty more usable tnwer than in any other

street Ls now a spacious boulevard i MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIONSubscription I differently."Al things exactly: l.is *i7. THIS born just to win beauty 6-cylinder engine in its class!

and the dirt walks ha\e 1 loads the scales and takes I.
been replaced with shiny ribboas Rate: 1 Year $3; C Months $1.75. away 'til he has a pound. But I cJce '} CvtJrf contests. Andits: wide,deep box holds at least

of white concrete stretchingfrom II put too little on and start adding. i Sure,its sleek lines, full-width grille 8 cubic feet more than the roomy

the business the sdiool district house through .DY jou.This .. ...".I.tt...... I II .I I and panoramic windshield are '53 niodel. That tail gate is grain.
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And that's not all! The I lea notice shall lie published i ... I irmll Court. Bradford. ("....!/. -c-iihtllJjl.; United!States Brewer* toundct.v I handsomely un-trucklike. ti'; -!1'- and'sandtight.Fi'JajlyitofTersTruck.
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.n'e. each w'-ek for four consecutive I l'.rlrfn: IB ChnnreryiDrexal I _
bustling Brooker Farmers | *..'-. In the PvaHforrt fouitv TI'If"I I I McLean Hlnson Plaintiff. : i There's the same dashing air about ; Hydra- IaticDri.
of
genera11.'lr., '
graph. a newspaper
Market has been greatly enlarged j I I.s. Eloulse Hinson. Defendant.
,rulation in Bradford County. Flor- i the inside too. Two-tone color .' *
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Casa No. 10-345 that
and the surroundingarea Ida.I i I| \,..'_f inppmri i I e saves you, saves your
paved with limerock.In Dated this !t day of February. To: Eloise Hinson: whose! residence scheme Harmonizing, supple-as- cash- saves your time.
issue \,1154. and address Is: Rt 1. Whiteville. t I
an Smart instru-
early (perhaps j leather upholstery.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i| North Carolina. HUNDREDS (Not to the luxury-minded: there's a
this one) the T..grapbUI i Clerk. Circuit Court
Clerk > ''I' IU" hrreb) notl'ied that 8 ment panel, with dials clustered
print pictures showing tiiese By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy!/:. 4t 3.19I -ult for Divorce has been filed DE LUXE model at extra cost, with
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improvements at Brooker ; agaiB t you in tile above named for instant.reading. I'
i chrotae grille and trim two-toneaint
and cause and yuu art re of details are managed and economic- ,
but the best way to appreciatethe i "H.ired to serve a copy of your answer I 1
But mister take another look!
change Ls to drive out and iI or pleading to the complaint I Ii f ally attended that onl a trained and curved rear corner windows-tht
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Sec for yourself. It's amazing! I Florida la Chanrer I > the Evan Plaintiffs T. Evans.Attorney 10": Law, Ex-, careful organization can attend when !! A burly,brawny brute of an enginea works)

Caroline Belle o ill. I'laintiff.'S.. I change Building. Jacksonville the urgent need for serving is at
real truck engine-makes
I'William David Gill Sr.. Defendant Florida. j you Come in and drive this great GMC.

J. The Clrctitt JdIe1aI Court Ctrc.lt Of !a FUridiRUMh Ami,I Order Of Pnhllratiou Case.tad No.otc 10-177'to .nd file the original In: the nrflce of I' hand. | think of a Miss America who also It will do all its own selling! !
.... .. the Clerk of the Cucuit Court on
Par Bradford C..y. IB CbaBctrjXbUUw I '_r& ... 1' F'-rl.Ia To, ir h 'nr. theM j can bend horseshoes.IIorst owtf'I i
M. Koehr. Plaintiff. vaVaitda ..1 I William David Gilt Sr., whose *Td UfJrf-Matic Drive ttafJarJ :
day cf March. 1S54 DeVVITT C. JONES f. temtmtieli
\ L. RreHr. Defendant. residence and address Is: c/o Rogers I : j says that this beauty can heft a top
iiht wit-t- the allegatlono of '
DIVORCE: Service Station. 1200 N. Slappy I saioi tttil at utra cast t. ..1km.ganwjernmick.
'Aq,4.... '1'4PP'" Drive. Albany Georgia. i Complaint will be taken as confessed I Phone 7 Starke, Fla. load with ease and dash.
To: Wanda L. R .hr, whose resi.. by you. i I
*nce and address U Rolling Acre: ,. V*>n <%r# r*..,,, .-.. Thomaaton. Connecticut: 29. 1)54: in the abo\e named I I ,nee each week for four "o I Funeral Director Ambulance Service ; That's more Power than some makers
You are hereby notified that I I I.' l 01 nd cause. wherein plaintiff week* In the Bradford t't'utht'1 J
ult for divo-c \seeks divorce custody and controlof grinS I I fuck into thiirtwo.ton models. That's fls m/.l-Jrin sW,
bu ben! filed against )'OU. In th minor child. .> Dated this 19 day of February. I Mr local funeral home enables u to offer convenience and ,I
above named Court and cause ao yon are required to serve a enov.I,i i publish this Order in next four I i i/rKICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,

your of eomptafnt answer or on pleading the to Plaintiff the bil;I'[ 'j.weekly wr": ..issues.!", t.., h'4t. tnd ,f"...4.t" I| Py Marian Clerk L Crosby.nf the D Circuit.'":itv Orb Court I, .. .. # i SIMPSON-URQUHART PONTIAC '
Attorney 'wal at Starke Florida this Feb. I I /ZS 4t 3/1
A. Z. Adktns. Jr.. 3 RE Firs't 24. IJ54.j : i 'Ve furnish the highest type cervtce at lowest prices. and'cer'pt
Avenue Oainesvile. Florida., j >?xi.\L SE\U) Charles A. Parby I YOU'LL LOW tte new Fter.brook ANT life insurance policy in force. uwted by ANT
and file the original In the offic,! J l'U All Cterk of raid ('"nn fountain la Phone 67 Corner Court & Sti. Starke Fla.
,h. I" "k "# the .'1....." Potren I i MaIn! T. 'rofchT ni ot.. Pl..rlj pure-site pens I company M payment in part or in full on a funeral I __ Jtjfcrson ,
or before March 29. 1954. otherwise 28th H. Douglas. 505 Lynch BUg. I pastel shales. Only $2J7 at Brad- t
the allegations of said bill o f .JacksonTille. Florida. FORD COUNTY TELEORAFII. Consultation carrier no obligation t You'll// do better on a used truck with your GMC dealer
complaint will be taken aa confess- Attjrs for Pit !/i 4t I'll tssrrrsss snsnflrttt flraflsssr S S Srs .- !



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rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl I mond presiding. The meeting was spent Friday night with Mrs. Gainesville hospital and all friends calendulas. All the flowers whispered Dr. end Mrs. Mark Adams to our,k daughter, Linoa, all of Glen with Mrs.* Raulerson's sister }I '5. j

opened by Mrs. Flay Sullivan Louise :Manier and Charles. hope for a speedy recovery.Mr. of Spring while the wind comir.unity. They are well knownas St. Marys, and another daughter, L. L. Griffis and family.

HAMPTONby reading .the Parent Teachers Donald Slade spent the week- and Mrs. J. E. Chambers outside whistled and remindedone Dr., Adams has been practicingfor 'I Mrs. Charles Edgley of Jacksonville : -

Prayer. After the business meet- end with his cousin, Bruce Hall spent Saturday in Crescent City that Winter still reigned some 18 years and spent, spent! Saturday with Mr.: THE RIGHT POINT for the

ing, all gathered in the school in Gainesville.Mrs. with their son, Bert and fam '.y. supreme. The hostesses Mrs. L.! several years on the surgical stiff, and Mrs. Willie Knight. way you write. Come ID and select -

Mrs. Wra. W. Hammond cafeteria where Mrs. Dan Loper, Eve Runget of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers and F. Chapman and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the St. Vincent's Hospital in I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Raulerswn your favorite ESTERBROOK

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP. and Mrs. Bessie Cochrane served has returned after spendinga three children and J. M. Rivers. served delicious refreSh-I Jacksonville. Mark is a brotherof ,,, and children of St. George, Ca. Fountain Pen. Only $t37 at
Mrs. all of Auburndale, I ments. Dr. H. H. Adams BRADFORD COUNTY TELEALVAREZ' -
T. A. delicious refreshments. Percy few days with her sister, Mrs. spent the week- of Starke are spending last week and tljis
Sullivan and Mrs. James Williams. H. B. Wiggins. end with Mr. and Mrs. P. S Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche and and came here from Perry. I .
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The P. T. A. enter- '
Hampton will entertained next month. Crews. Mrs. Crews returned with: sons spent Saturday in Chattahoochee Sunday guests of the Willie I... ...... :I
tained Monday evening with a Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Beden-J Richard May, stationed at Gun-I j ,them after several weeks visit : with their daughter and I I Knights were Mr. and Mrs. G L. : II Men's Clothing a G
party for the cast that were in ter Air Base Montgomery, Ala. t "
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baugh were shopping in Palatka with her mother, :Mrs. Emma,I family. Knight and children of Live Oak STORE "IJI
the Ministrel Show. Games were spent from Friday to Monday I! !I Established 1894S
Saturday. Mrs. B. said they nearly j Rivers and brothers in Auburn-! Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and I t
P. and
played the members except those froze to death. night with his wife and daughter -I(dale. Sapp I I I I
taking part in the ministrel sang and parents, thef C. L. Mays.! ,baby, Joy, of Jacksonville visited ]I
Mr. and Mrs. S. John Stover. Community Club MeetsThe I .
songs and Mrs. Perkins the principle Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McGee and I Mrs. Sapp's parents, Mr. and! ,
Sr. of N. Y. called-at """ "'-
Corning
family evening! Community Club met Tues- "
gave two very delightful spent Sunday Mrs. H R. Linzy on Sunday. r
Hammond home Monday.
readings. Delicious refreshments the with the Jinunie Swindell's. I day afternoon with 14 old mem- ri
were served. I :Miss Shirley Jackson and two Mrs. Hamp Jones of Sampson I bers and one new member. Mrs : Pleased to meet and welcom iI j 9 i
small brothers, Leslie and Jeraldare Mark Adams, Plans I :
The night of the ministrel City, spent Sunday with Mrs. present. were 1 TaRrletr li --.; g1 !,
confined to their home by I completed for the tacky party "' ::::::::..
show culprits destroyed:; many M. B. Layfield.Mrs. i Akriy ofi 's I It I
I and dance If
sickness.
flowers and cut down shrubs on :May Sweeney of Gainesville J Saturday night. Large =- ,f
Mrs. Charles Gaskins and two 'King Alfred jonquils grown by i -
the school grounds. It is disheartening attended the ministrel and =- i
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I children of Palatka were in town Mrs. E. C. Long, were the conversation :;:3 :
for Mr. Wilson Beden- spent the weekend with her sister I
Monday.Mr. piece and how beauti- L666 .-- ,(
baugh Mrs. C. L.
our janitor-he tries so May. i
and :Mrs. W. N. Jackson I ful they were; also the very pretty -
hard to beautify the grounds and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade ;
business callers in Starke sweetpeas, roses, and' : RTORESi !
were
pansies UQttIO M TAlUn>$AMI LAST UUO peon
to have them destroyed. A year shopped in Gainesville Friday. I I
morning. I II ;
ago at the last Hallowe'en Party Monday Several of our school children II I i I i iI iIIII"
flowers were destroyed and flower TTTTT TTTTTY'YTTTTTTTTY
have whooping cough.Mr. I 7 //// ------ I
pots broken that's why Mrs.
and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand
Perkins says no mere Hallowe'en I Mrs. D. W. Swindell were STATE FARMDon't Giganticr Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sol March 13 !
Parties. If the guilty ones could : I
I[business callers in Starke Satur- !
only have a good dose of strap j .AA AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAj !
oil it might do .them good. '(day.Bonnie 152 Gal! Street '
Nazworth youngest forget the tacky party I I
Mrs. D. W. Swindell of this I
daughter of :Mrs. Ena NazworthIs and dance sponsored by the Com- Ii

community the R A. attended Broughton a generation reunion of j I i. confined to the Doctors Clinic I munity Club Saturday night II I t Starke, Florida ; !
Hospital in Starke with pneu- March 13. You'll be sorry if you i
at the home of her nephew A. I
monia. miss the good floor show and 1 1e Ii .
H. Crosby at Plant City, Feb. 28.
Mrs. Bruce Roark and son novelty dances. Admission 25c I
There were 52 present, among Buddy and Mrs. Wm. Hammond each. Come as tacky as you can i AllNewlfemd
those present were seven sisters f I
called on Mrs. D. W. Swindell and win a prize. SBKsitil.ilr ;
who had not all been together in afternoon. i
Sunday and
M The sisters Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Griffis
years. were Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Demonstration ,,_ ..
Stafford Tues- ,
W C Crosby of Plant City, Mrs.S. Mrs. Albert spent ... !
M. Groover of Okechobee, Mrs.R. Agent of Starke wasa day morning in Lake City. {." .'.:1Jf.><-1.. .......- ..'-..:-..' ., -f. 'q- a"".<
G. Wimberly of Orange Springs, pleasant caller in town Thursday Mrs. :M. D. Young, a former ; jii I
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afternoon.Mrs. 6 BIG PAGES .(
is ill in the
resident critically
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Mrs. GiItert.Scht'k. of Felda I John Blackman was a I Phone 80 Starke, Fla. ,:j -,,,; ..
Mrs. L F. Thompson of Plant
City. Mrs. Jimmy Weathbee of business caller in Gainesville Fri- .L:_: .'_-::'_ =-ltt: ::''. : I of Red Hot Specials-Ask at Store for .2.l .r
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Felda and Mrs. D. W. Swindellof day.Miss: Fostine Williams of Ever- Wash Your Clothes ICOUCHES ;1 Big 6-Page Color Price List!Scores ,!I J
Hampton. All nieces and
hews nep- glade City, Fla. and :Miss Claud- I v More Items on Sale Not Listed in This
were present.Mrs. ette Williams of the U. of F. at 9 Poonds i I f '
W. C. Crosby of Plant I Ad! !i E
.Gainesville visited the Dick Williams I Et

City returned with Mrs. Swln-(|!i Saturday afternoon. For 40c! I i I .. ._._ ... _
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dell for an extended visit. !j Mrs. Irene Furham and son $19.95 i ;- --"Kwi.r-.*: T4 f r:f SI

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins and ana Mrs. Mary Letner and daughter FREE Bleach If Desired! I up i. G'' Swiff's Famous Shortening
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daughter Louise, recently attended -
of Jacksonville were recent OWe iI v
a reunion at the home of guests of Mrs. Furham's aunt I i it .
USED JEWEL
Mrs. Adkins' father. J. W. Pries- Mrs. Vernon Slade and grand- Will ,. I -:. .

ter. of Macclenny. Other guests mother, Mrs. Fannie Meads who I II STOVES ... I ITI
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were H. W. Priester. and daughter Clothes -
I returned home with her for an I Ii Dry Your 3
Sibyl, of Palatka, :Mr. and i.extended visit. t % I N 69 1
For 20cIn ] '
Mrs. P L. Morris and son of Mac- Mr. Sam Meads of Jacksonvilleand $ ..95EZTEftMS 4

denny, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pries- Paul Green of Daytona were New Automatic Driers! f Donald Duck Superfresh
ter and sons of Jessup, Ga. and recent guests of the Vernon I

twin brothers of J.Y.. Priester. Slades. 0 fi { MAYONNAISE

Manning and Laurie Priester of Mrs. Louise Manier was a business -I A I ''"..

Jessup, Ga., who are 71 years old. caller in Jax on Friday. [ I IB "
The Washeteria : FULL PINT s.-
This is the first time Mrs. Ad- !I sc
Mrs. D. W. Moore and Mrs. II JAR 2 5. i1IIwrs i-;
kina has seen her twin uncles in Riley Wasdin of Starke visited Temple Ave. Sbirkec i ,,,"-:. frL.s.t I It
15 Mos. To Most Items
30 Pay on .
years. ......
Mrs. T. F. Brown Monday. I 1-IZ'I1 I
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Bruce Roark and family.
J in DAn WMMEiRayfard *NO DAY'S WINNtI ISO DAY'S WWHQ 4TH DAY'S WKNH MILK 'TOMATOES !
Mrs. Dan Loper, and Mrs. Bessie .
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daughter Cochrane.Pat.Mrs.of Dan Th Raley and I FIRST WINNERS TAll : : N :
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in town I 3 31 OANIo.
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children of Stark called on her
mother, Mrs. J. W. Home Wednesday I 1 40th Anniversary I ;

afternoon. All-America I, 1 i ij ir
The regular meeting of the I I
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Hampton P. T. A. met at 3:15: I C. Rankin Major David Parker Rev.Stephen B.Dabkowski Mrs Arthur Jones I 1 r i
p. m. Tuesday of last week with .1 Contest Fort Worth),Texas Topeka, Kansas Franklin, New Jersey rtichmond Heights,Missouri i

the President Mrs. Wm. Ham- I ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE-1HERE'S STILL TIME! I, Osaae Brand Dessert ',. South*Bund Orange 1 1P

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PAQ1 pOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STALES, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1654 t


_, r r riIV I JJf rJIIJ ld- I With.J: I I East..'with --- -. f
J--t-J.uJIrJ UDC Meets Teachers Hear Needs Of Industry theVerterly right of Methodist MenThe before the
way line of State Road No. 200 12 day of April 1954; I
Mrs. G. W. RobertsW. I!i run North 17 degrees. 42 min., otherwise the allegations .of eal
I East being along the Westerly Complaint will P
taken
regular. of e a* contesjd -
'I line of said State Road So. :200 supper meeting by you. t
T. Week's Chapter, UD.C fur a distance of 366.97 feet to I the Men of the Methodist Church This notice shall b1I published
I an Iron stake for a point of beginning once each week for four
consecutive
met in home will be held Monday night at 7:30
the of Mrs. -G
orge and from the point of I weeks In the Bradford County Tele tl
Roberts m Lawtey on Wednesday I i beginning thus described run o'clock in the education buil-ling. graph.
North 12 oegrees, 18 mm. WestI.T Dated this 18 day of March 1954
:March 3iL'1 Mrs. XL W. Lance, Howard Meyer, and
Effie Mineras
a distance of 2S4 feet to an (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy
co-hostess. Pink gladioli were .i'''n stake thence run North 43 \V. B. Sewell comprise the supper Clerk of the Circuit Court I
degrees, 50 mm.. East a distance By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk
Gladys Mooty used in decorating.A ..f L'29.25: feet to the South right committee.In 3 12: 4t 4 1

Phone 35 short business metting was lOt way line of Wanee Branch of I !
Seaboard Air Line Hallway The Circuit Court Of The Eighth NOTICE TO APPEAR
.. held after which Mrs. Lex Green thence run South Si degrees 31 1 Judicial Circuit In .Sod Foe Frmd1 l-n Circuit (Court Bradford CounirFlorida
p t= r= j-rrsrrs presented a review of the book. H nun. Ea&t along the Southerly ford Conntr. Mat Ot Florid In Chnnrrrr.
; O' < linof said Hallway right ofu.iy J iL. Anne lIum. Plaintiff \". Mablel Samuel Thomas Sherwood. Plain I
Business Circle I PresbyterianVomen "A Lady "of Arlington". The for a distance of 64.63; feet (;I''n :Mi-Trao and George :M, tiff. \... Theresa Barbara Sherwood
hostesses served delicious refreshments ui a half inch iron Make, theme !("ran-. Hut-hand and Wife, and Defendant Cate N10-? ',
Met 11111 Easterly along the arc of a <;oidie Perking DefendantsNOTICK viire 'l'. .,pp....
Has Supper MeetingThe TuesdayCircle at the close of the meeting :'.n\e (which curve has a radius TO .IPPK.IK I I To: Theresa. Barbara Sherwoul
0> "f 722.;59 feet and is umi.Ue to The slate' Of FlorIda Tot whose residence and address is' 47
Business Women's Circle ot One of the Piesbyteriar the North and has a chord, which .Mabel i (;reen McCrary and feorge'McCrary. Otington Avenue Hat enillajr.., I
Legion AuxiliaryThe tiiim the half-inch iron stake Husband and Wife. 1212 ,New Bruntwick.'ew: Jersey
Women of the Church met Tues
the First Baptist WMU met Monday last aforesaid bears South $9! degrees ,Il)e.atur Street Pittsburgh, 1 enn- 1 You are hereby notified that .<

night at 7 o'clock openingthe day evening at the home of MrsK. 15 min. East a distance of sylvania. suit for \
G. Duncan. American Legion Auxiliarywill 'I 4 10 feet to the iron stake neat I You are hereby notified trt t a Duorce. ,'ustod:.. control, aro
meeting with a delicious ham- meet Tuesday 8 aeifinafter mentioned) to an iron .suit has been filed against y.i in I support of minor c'iildrcnhas
at
burger supper. The business Mrs. David Montgomery pre evening take set at thf intersection of I the Circuit Court of Eradford l'1">un- been filed against you in the
o'clock at the Legion Hall. All the South line of said Railway ty. Florida in Chancery in 'which above named Court and cause and
meeting was conducted by Mrs.A. sided at the business meeting members are urged to be right of way with the Westerly the Plaintiff L. Anne Yltimesbrings you are required to serve a copy of
present.I l.ne of said State Road her action for Specific Performance your answer or pleading to the complaint -
tOo
Russell Norman leader. where an appeal was made foi I a distance -
....... i;.. > ,I of 24S.03; feet to said Point Accounting and Dc&ra on the Plaintiffs Attonex
The program. "Lifting Ameri clothing of any kind, but espe "f Beginning being situate in the tory Decree as 4 result of tHe contract T. Frank Landrum, Starke FlI :\.
ca's MoralS was presented by cially for a. six year old boy anda ; Relief CommitteeTo Members of the Bradford Education Association met last Saturday S\V14 of SVV'i, of Section %8.I entered into by said"I'l\intiff. and file the original In the office of
Township 6 L. Anne Humes and Defendants, I the Clerk of the Circuit Court
I South Range 22 on
Mrs. J. W. Ritch. who in turn introduced nine year old girl. Anyone hay Meet Mar. 18 morning in the school cafeteria to hear representatives of local industries I East Mabel Hrf't'nIr<"rary and 'ivorge or before the 12 day of April

a.panel composed of Mrs. ing such clothes may leave themat discuss what employers expect the school to produce. Emphasis LESS and except the South 42t ,:'IlcCrar). involving the following 1954; otherwise the allegations of
feet thereof, described property: said Complaint will be taken aa con
Don Neel, Miss Patsy Benton the Presbyterian manse by Feb. The Bradford Emergency Relief was placed on "fundamentals." Pictured above are officers of I lying West of and within 40 feet North 100 feet of Lot 23-AiOi the fessed by you.

Miss Elizabeth Crawford and 15. Fund organization will meet i 1 the Association! togt'theritb guest speakers: Seated (1 to r) C. H. of 200 the Section survey 2b01 line- said of State survey Road line same original appears town of of record Law on A:f,composite as- I once This each notice week shall for four be consecutiveeks puMlshed

Miss France Barry, who discussed Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. W. J. Thursday, Mar. 18, in the USO Quick of Hercules Powder Co., L. IL Gibson, president of BEA; T. II. being described as follows: map on file in the office in the Bradford County Tele

the four questions confronting : at 7:30: p.m. to elect officers. All Carey of Humphreys Gold and dliPont. Standing (1 to r) Mrs. L. H. Beginning on the South line of of the Clerk of the Circuit graph.
Epperson will be hostesses at the -SW14 of SW", of Section 28, Township Court. Bradford County, Florida, Dated this 10 day of March. 1954
American people today in helping general meeting, March 23. Mrs. organizations churches and in- Futch, director BEA; W. K. Haller, vice ,president; IL P. Morgan 6 South, Range 22 East. at a the same being the North 100 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
point 451.0 feet feet of that Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Westerly) described
from the property
maintain America's morals.) These Montgomery gave the devotional tested persons are invited to at school superintendent; and Mrs. Bynura Perkins BEA treasurer: I Southeast corner of SW\4 of $W' in a deed from Enoch Griffis and Py Marian I. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

are juvenile delinquency, family and Mrs. R. G. Paterson had I tend. I of IT said j ,_ Section_ 28, run _thence_ North Mamie Griffis. his wife, to Mabel 3,11) 41 4,2In
., 6 -' .. !
relations alcoholism and racial ureicrn, mm., us S ec. East Green dated June 1, 1926. recorded -,
charge of the program. Coby. Defendant. 1187.23 ft. to the Eastern extension Deed Book 34. pa-e Ht. ; The Clrrnlt Conrt Of Bradford
prejudice. Case No. 10-364:: of the South line of flock 2 of J. U. public records of Bradford t'onntr. Florida. !. Chancery.
During the social hour Mrs. *tlc. To Ap*.,l Alvarez Addition to the City of I County.o'iorida.. James Cleveland Matney, Plaintiff
Duncan served refreshments to the To: Pauline Coby whose residence Starke. Florida according to Plat You are hereby required to file vs. Margie Faye Matney. Defendant
Training Union I and address is: 1761 Moore's Mill recorded in Original Plat Book I, with the 'lerk of the Raid Court Case No 10-3J
members present Uoad. Atlanta Georgia.You I page 14 (also recorded in Renumbered your written defenses, if any. to Order Of Publication And XotlccTV

To Hold Annual The next will be : is- are hereby notified that a Plat Book 1, page 25) public the IM11 of Complaint in said suit, Appear i State Of. Florida Tot
meeting April I suit for records of Bradford County, Florida. on or before the 12tb day of April, Margie Faye Matne, whose residence .
Course 13 at the home of Mrs. Lonnie Divorce i Containing 0.049 acres, more or less, 1954 and the same time serve a and address is: ItT 29th
Study I jexclusne of right of copy thereof ;Street, Newport News, VirginiaYou
Fulwood at has been filed against you in the way of said upon Scruggs and Carmichael 1
I Camp Blanding. above named Court and cause andO 1 Walnut Street.IS P. O. Box 197. Gainesville, are required to appear on
The Training Union of the First ? are required to serve a copy of [ OWNED BY: II. B Tucker and Florida Attorneys for Plaint.ff. :April 12. 19S4. in the above named
I Well well 0 never knew that Janie (Avery) Carswell boarded your answer or pleading to the complaint wife, Annette I* Tucker '{ Herein, fail not or Judgment will court and canoe wherein plaintiff
Baptist Church of Starke will I on the Plaintiff's Attorney SUBJElT TO MORTGAGE: Dated be entered against you by def&ult. seeks divorce.
Circle 2 met
Tuesday eveningat politics could be such fun! the train at Ft. Lauderdale and Joseph; K. Skipper 221 Graham July 11. 1951, from H. t;. Tucker The Bradford County Telegraph "I i I' Bradford County Telegraph shall'
annual Course.
hold its
Study the home of Mrs. Jack Dempseywith after a breathless weekend itskir.da rode on with the gang to Miami Building Jacksonville, Florida.I I and wife Annette L. Tucker, IN a newspaper of general cir.'ula.tlonRradford 'weekly publish this Order in next four
March 22-26. The books that will Miss Mildred Ayres as co- and file the original in the I I U FAVOR OF: Ida B. Alexander recorded in County, Florida i is here- Issues
hard to settle down to dull i Witness
Virginia Smith my nana and official
completelylost in Book 26, 385. by designated the
be : the Cle-k of the Circuit Court on or" page as newspaper In
taught are
hostess. routine work again How about her voice with all the cheer- before the 22 day of March, 1954; I (Ida B. Alexander, as Administra- which this notice shall be publish! seal at Starke. Florida this :March
Adults: "Living in the Faith". otherwise the allegations of said trix of the estate of J. J!. Alex ed once a week for four (H pi.bllcationi. 11. 1954.
Young People: 'The Faith We Rev. w. S. McAhley gave an interesting another kick-off, Governor ing and excitement, and still can't Complaint will be taken as confessed -j, under, deceased. i l! prior to said date ( April (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb

program on "Boldnessand i Charley? After the big fish speak above a whisper (imagine by you You. and each of you, are here- : 12th. 1954. I As Clerk of said Court
by By Marian L.
Hold" commanded to I Witness hand jf Crosby. Deputy Clerk
This notice in
shall be appear the my and seal
published
Opposition". Mrs. John :Mixon, fry rally Friday afternoon and that!) One of the titled en aid Zax-h It. Douglaa
Intermediates: "The Faith TheyKeptb. I'i goggle-eyed once each week for four consecutive court on the 5th day of April, I I Court at Starke, Bradford County 505 itmh Build
chairman, presided over the short J night, there was hardly time to tourists on the train told her that I weeks in the Bradford County Teletraph. 1954, to show what right, title I Florida this 10 day of March ing. Jacksonville. Florida
I terest or liens, you or any of in-I OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. :1954.//Attys. for Plf 31.I 4t 4 :
business meeting. catch breath before the famous Floridians have
a evidently certainly en- in and
Juniors: "Heroes of the Faith". Dated this IS day of February, to any of the above Clerk of the Circuit
Refreshments were served during train ride, with Charley as con- joy their politics! 1954. I I I, scribed lands and show cause why t By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy (' erk
Leaders for the four groups will (OFFICIAL SEAL "harles the same should not be taken for 3/12
A Darby 41 4,2,
l the social hour.
ductor Jacksonville i the 1FRIGIDAIRE
from to uses and I _
Announcements are out telling Clerk of the purposes set forth
be: Adults Rev. L. D. Haines; Circuit Court. the in j I
I Miami Quite an exciting of the of Morse By Marian Crpsby Deputy Clerk i petition filed herein. i MM! 'UK 10 APPEAR
marriage Sylvia I TAKK
Young People (to be announced I 2/19 4t :J/12: NOTICE That a Dee-lara-i| In Circuit Court Bradtord Co.a'T,
later) Intermediates Mrs. H. A. WSCS Notice scene as the Silver Meteor pulled to Albert Simpson an event of I tion of Taking has been filed in the Florida In Clmnrrrv

; into the station here Saturday ,I !OTICK TO APPRtR I IIn above styled cause by the petition :Marie DElia Plaintiffs.. Anthony
March 4 in Knoxville Tenn. .
Lawson; and Juniors, Mrs. L. N. Circuit Court. Ilrad'ord Coanty er, the acquiring authority of these N. D'Klia Defendant. 0, THERE'S JUST ONE
I The business and program meeting morning and 30 to 40 locahtes I Johnny Kopelousos and Tommy Florida! I. ( hmir.rr. proceedings of the taking of the Case No. 10 l 396 |

Pickering. i of the Methodist WSCS will crowded on board to ride as far Slade will be home this Felix Griffin Plaintiff.s.. Ixittie.I above deacrilied lands for the pur I Notice To Appeari t FRIGIDAIREMade
Attendants will be in the nursery I v coming Ma Griffin, l efendant. pose set forth in the petition in To: Anthony N. D'Elia whose .-e!>-
to accommodate be held Monday morning at 10, as Waldo weekend from Emory at Oxford'] Case No. 10-363:: this causeiz: As right of way for :idence and address ill: Unknown only by General
each evening
o'clock in the educational' building.Mrs. After the train pulled out some I for week's vacation Votlrr To .linear. a portion *of State Road 200, in I You are hereby notified that a Motors
a spring To Lottie Bradford < Corp. All other
parents with your4 children. : Mae Griffin, whose res <>unty. Florida, and that I suit for -
Special will be placed T. H. Slade will be in of the Callstreeters were havingso Hear that Tommy has put in an i idence and address is: coV.. G. I one of the Judges of the Circuit I Divorce, fustody and contro' of Electric Refrigerators are
emphasis Payfiden, Route Court of
Kinston. North the Eighth Judicial Circuit I minor child
charge of the study course on much fun they decided to go advance order for a steak supper Carolina. of Florida will made
each night on various phases of nn the 15th day of I has been filed against you ta the by other companies
"Spanish Speaking Americans". right on to Miami Leila Mundy for the at the Slade's this You are hereby notified. that a i March, A.D.. 1954. at 9:30 o'clock above named Court and cause and
church gang and
the program with someone I I I suit for Divorce | in the forenoon thereof in you are required to cannot use the word
Circuit serve
and Eoline Smith II a of
copy
connected with the program giving Luncheon will be served at noon were among I I weekend Sounds interesting! nag been filed against you In the i, Court. Chambers In Bradford Count your answer or pleading to the Frigidaire.

a short talk on Faith in keeping at which time a slight contribution those who were "talked into g0ing" Butch Smith is also home from above you arc named Court and cause and i ) Court House at Starke, Florida complaint on he Plalnt'tff
required to consider
serve a said Attorney
T.
copy 0'1 I Declaration of Taking Frank Landrum
all the down', though
wUh the theme, "Baptist will be given to defray ex way Georgia Military from Thursdayto four answer or pleading to tht | appoint appraisers and make Starke, Florida

Faith Month-. penses. Mrs. E. K. Perryman will. they had scarcely a dime between Tuesday Boots Green hada jomplalnt Attorney on the T. rialntiffn Fiank er.such order as the Court deems prop- and file the original in the office of Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE

the short business them, and not a piece of luggage call from Starke. Florida Landrum.I the Clerk of tfce Circuit Court on
All
A resume of the special emigbt.a3 preside over surprise telephone And .j I parties tv the suit and all par ? ?
Virginia Smith and Eve Godwin file the original In the office ties interested
fallowing the lunch. Pfc Phoebe last Saturday may appear and be
follows meeting daughter ot the
: Clerk
phasis ) of heard
the
Circuit Court at the time
and
I rode to Miami on the Meteor from .n or before the place desig Bookkeeping Auditing THEN SEE
Camp !
Monday: Family, Dr. A. C. Fei- all the way i nated. : ]
and then back to Starke on the Call where she's stationed 22 day of March. 1954; WITNESS:: my hand and this seal FIVAVCI4L !STATEMENTS
-- Pendleton otherwise
gert. WMU Notices the allegations of said I of said Court
Tuesday: Deacons Rev Edgar next train the one that Vir.I with the Marine Corps Complaint wti be taken ) fessed
Junius ... by YOU. 0 I (OFFICIAL
ginia's hubby runs on SEAL) Charles By
Wilkinson.Wednetday. The, F.xecutive Board of the fBUr' Ape$1'> Seaman fiobby Wig This notice shall be published Clerk A Darhy Former
t Handy*and' Bifiy! 'Noegel *Js3j o c e sack week for I of Circuit Court of Brad AntomotUe Comptroller
back
four
'}W Mrs. Lex First..1aptJsttJ will meet gmV'caugit'the'busatonday, eonsecdtiv ford County
; weeks la the Florida R. H. SPEARS 56 W, 23, fit.FU. .
and ba"k up1 butLeila Bradford County Tele- >HOLUS aid Temple Are
Green. Monday night Mafcfc 13. at .the rode down right' to San Diego, Calif. for further. graph. ':County V. KNIGHT JukllGa'U1e, Phone 1-Q&67
1:30 and Eolin were again "talked -: after a Dated this 17 day of February, | Attorney Starke, Fla.
Thursday: Brotherhood, F. ,,home of Mrs. Lex 'Green. duty and reassignment ISBt. Starke Florida 3/S 4t ;3/26 -
Register Jr. o'clock. I ."into1* staying over in Miami short visit with his parents :. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. flarbv.I: 0 .
i Leila had to make a hurried Clerk of the Circuit '- -''-" -- -- -
Court.
Friday: Sunday School, Mrs. L. i All ci.rCles will meet at. the Buddy and LU Bishop and By Marian 1., Crosby, Deputy Clerk. II ,_ o. '!" 'l'r: -= = ::' : -
D. Haine i6 12 I shopping trip in Miami for a dress Graham enjoyed 2/19 4t 3/12 -_ o : : __ ,_ __:
o'' *- church Tuesday. March, aj I to wear to Democratic dinner. Alyce and Bill

Following the Friday night session o'clock for A 'covel'f1 dish lunch- Saturday night Eoline skippedthe the Ice-Capades show in Jax Sat- In fin-alt ('.Brt. Bradford Ceaal,., ;

.a fellowship hour will be eon followed by business and pro- urday evening see that Dr. Florid| In Ckanrtrr. ,0,0Glo'annl ,
dinner and visited her mother Petrella, Plaintiff, vs. I
held. gram. $&|5 i until. Sunday when they returned Mark Adams, brother of Herlong, Mariana D'Orio Petrella. i .
State Case No. 10-33J
has been added to the
I
Order of Publication nnd etlrt To .
Winsome Class Attend RA CongressFive : Prison staff at Raiford he and Appear State of Florida Tot
Flo and Tom Slade didn't ride moved to the Mariana D'Orio Petrella. whot .
Plans SoonThe | the Meteor but caught plane his family recently residence and address is: 907 j;
a
Supper of the First Baptist R. A.bo'S State Farm from Perry 0" Leila Chalkstan Avenue. Proldenc i I
Jor Miami Saturday afternoon that the large Rhode Island IT .IS UNLAWFUL
the A.
attended R. Congressheld Mundy reports
You are required to. '
appear on
Winsome Class of the First and thereby hangs a tale :
in Ocala last Saturday American Flag in front of her March 22, 1954, in the above nam- '
Baptist Church. Mrs. W. B. Seems that First Lady Ted Johns ed Court and cause, wherein plain
through Sunday. Those attendingwere store was taken last Friday duringthe tiff seeks divorce. 0 .
Mundy Jr., teacher, met in the David Lawson Henry Law- got off in such a hurry Saturday mad rush around town and Bradford County Telegraph shall J

home of Mrs. J. E. Hildebran Tues- j morning she forgot the formal publish' this Order in next four ,
son, James Alton Lawson.. Johnnie she surely would like to have it weekly Issues. .
day night at 7:30 o'clock with she wanted to wear to the Demo
: Witness my hand and official I
R 0.)
Mrs.
Bill Green. back Frances (
Mrs. D. L. Thomas, co-hostess. Wall. and : dinner that night seal at Starke, Florida. this 17 Febi i .
$100 plate
o per I Dansby entered St. Vincent's hospital ruary, 1954.OFFICIALSFAL. I For Any Person Persons to Engage in
The business meeting was presided So they called Flo Slade backin on Tuesday for a major ( ) Charles A. Darby | or
PTA NoticeThe As Clerk of said Court. ,
over by the Class President. Starke. begged her to come operation. Hy Marian 1. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,

Mrs. Harry Hatcher. Fourteen down for the dinner and bring Charles R Hess, 204 Guaranty Life

regular members of the class answered Bradford P.T.A. will meet Ted's dress along So Tom ana Birthdays being celebrated this Bldg... for JacksonvIlle Plf. Florida.Att.s. 1/19413/12. Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless t

roll call and two new Tuesday, Mar. 16 at 7:30 p.m. in Flo flew down Saturday afternoon week are: Thelma Wise on Mar.

the school cafeteria. Paul Rivers 5th Harold Tyus was 12 on Mar. In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth;
members Mrs. Dave Shuford and (with the dress) attended the din- ; Judicial Circuit In And For Brad

Mrs. C. L. Currie, were welcomedinto I president of the Teen Age Council ner and flew back afterwards, arriving 8, and Betsy Matthews will be 5 ford 'OIlDtT Florida ,

will have charge of the pro- on the 14th; Jimmy and Alice Law No. 8003.1OTICB The Name Is
the class. It was decided to home about 4 am. And OF BfLE MSI Registered
on safety. Mrs. Vivian Cole celebrated their 20th wed- I
have a covered dish supper on L pam there are those who tell you that BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA )
Knight music teacher and Mrs. anniversary on March 3 a political subdivision ) I
ding
April 13 in the educational building life in a small town is all peac of the Sate of Florida )

for class members and their Chas. Devlin, second grade will and quietude! Hear therGarden .Club's distribution -. Petitioner ) i.

husbands. present a play on safety. *. of plants was a big success -vs. ) i I
-- 1 Hear the train ride down was J. P. YOUNG *t al., ) I
last Friday with about 10,000 an- Defendants. )
Refreshments wire served at the load of fun, with friends and I
.. through the Notice Of Eminent Domain ProreedIN'THE -
nuals
clow of the given away
meeting.. OfVomen i
I Council supporters waiting at every station -
and at the downtown
schools NAME AND BT TUB -.
enroute to cheer for Charley AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF ReadihisFioridaLaw"It .
1 interested in I booth Orchids to this organization -
OES
NOTICE
AU Church women Everett Gainey (formerly of FLORIDATO
and all it is doing to help WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
ALL
The of Women are
regular Council
meeting of the forming a Brooker and now living at Indian.tov.n -
AND to all persons and par-
Order of Eastern Star will be held I I asked to be present at St. Mark's deck with big beautify our town Long mayit having or claiming any right I
) was on a continue its efforts ties I shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, t.
Monday night. March 15. at 8 Parish House this afternoon (Fri ; title interest estate mortgage or
which he swore wa"everyone
I delegation. other lien to, or on those certain I engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -
o'clock in the Masonic Temple. day) at 3 o'clock. j in the county" -Carolyn parcels of land, hereinafter de-
: .__..,_A "ftA 'h".. .'nllowlt" flE4SAflM without and unless said fictitious shall be
to 'tberwtha1)- unknown"- pj. ;; I name registered with the

Children's Group types.A :claiming by. through or 611 t clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

Fresh from Elgin'sstudio! ...... nominating of Mrs. committee.Edward Burns composed -, known who are persons not Known who to are be dead.dead or or )i I (:J is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit


Plans Meetinq c chairman Dr. A. Y. Covmgton, 'alive Names: & Addresses Section 2S01- |: signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names .fall

f. of design and E. I... Matthews, was named I .113 State Road 200 Bradford i ii
and will report at the April meet i County those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest I
has been
Mrs. R. T. Fowler appointed J. P. Young
coordinator for the trans- i ing.A I I Address; Unknown I of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.

NEW ELGINS with" ) portation of indigent case jfc'va" committee to work out plans I Ella.Address D. Young Unknown Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto

and hospitals. The for a summer program of activities -. IL E. Tucker '
rious clinics for school children was named I I I Clarke Florida I engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
made at the
.1>&((00[ .. appointment monthly meeting was of the Bradford with P. T. Noun as chairman. Starke Annette Florida L. Tucker ,i their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

County Children's Committee heldin Jennings Other members, juvenile are court Miss counselor Florence, Starke.Ida B. Alexander FloridaIda i ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

the Methodist education build- I'
B. Alexander. Administratrix where said registration is to be made and said shall W
at noon Monday. and Herb Thomas. of the Estate of J. B. Alexander registration not

ing :Miss Jennings stated that she deceased I accepted by the clerk of the J
I It was decided to have the Executive Starke Florida i iS'tion circuit court except upon receiving proof of
will present her annual report at 2S01-113 State Road 200 such publication.
Th. look f'c Committee make arrange- II the April meeting. Pradford County I..
m 'its for a meeting in April at
Parcel No. 8 Right of Way i
olcostly which welfare staffers will meet I SRD No. 8 ;

watches! 4JI1 with the committee for the -! Five Take Degree I A parcel of land across the I If
I"3 7JI1 of clearing the proper chan-purpose East side land of: the following described you are engaged in business under any name

SUPREME k / I I At Masonic Meeting Beginning at the Southwest corner -I
nels for
.,. I handling cases ot'a.rious I II of Lafayette Street and South I
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accuracy! .. I !I Walnut Street. in the City of Starke ,
I 1 At the meeting
regular bi-monthly
s* and running Southerly along the i other than and have not had this
I11 MONUMENTSI last Monday of Bradford West line of South Walnut Street i' your own, name

OetE1gkns t'-J _. ,' Lodge N'o 35 F. & A. M. Clifford 276 thence feet Southerly for point along of beginning the Wei-t: ,

from $33.75 L/ __ .. L. Currie, Carl Horton, A. J. Bar- line of South Walnut Street 101.0
y LOWEST PRICES I Williams! feet: thence West 18S.a feet to the registered '
ry. Joseph B. and Doyle I properly advertised and will he
ELGIN HOLLY "L ELGIN SINCLAIR East line of Adams Street: thence t we
FINEST QUAUTYINo I Conner were raised to the Degree Northerly along the East line of j ,
19 |ewei 17 |jewels! of Master :Masons. I Adams Street 156 S feet; theneI I' ,

I $59.O: $39.75 Extra I I Easterly 180 feet to the point of ,II
Charge Worshipful Master Robert beginning.Said '

. : For Setting !In Or Near I Barksdaie presided Brother Walter I Iin width strIp on of the land North being end 1.93 and feet.H i i tI glad to give you all necessary Information as to

Presented through the courtesy of Elgin National I STARKEWrite I Sumner of Jacksonville gave feet in width on the South end. :' ,

Watch Co., and their authorized dealer and distributorin i I the lecture and Brother Burwell I or Containing less. 204 square feet, more

Starke and Bradford County Hollifield the AGREEMENT FOR DEED Septem-i what
I | gave charge. I ber 15, 1949 from Ella Kate Swin- you should do.

i Most of the yer IX FAVOR of Olive Rampol '
surrounding lodges
SEE THESE ELGIN. WATCHES IN OUR STORE OR. Book n.: page 10T. |

WINDOW AND.BE CONVINCED THAT ; <' were represented by visiting ASSIGNMENT FOR DEED- OF January AGREEMENT%1. 1941|

QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE brothers, and a number from from Olive Rumpol IV FAVOR i iOP
1 J P. Young and wife, Ella D
1i For Free Folder [ other states. Refreslimepts were Young-recorded in Book 4. page BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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Ed Sim son Gem Jewelry I ATLANTIC MEMORIALS.INC I served at the close. Parcel 324. N&. 15 Right of Way ''
1 SRD No. 15 & No. K
I iSTABUSHED: 1933 1 1I That part of a parcel of land de.ccrined .
STAKE'S LEADING JEWELER 1i I by metes and bounds as f-'.-

of ; 715 fOUST ST. ] NOTICE TO \PPIUR lows:
The House Fine Diamonds
1, In rirroit Tour, lirajford Con off, Krom" 'he pint of the inttr"- < .
i JACKSONVILLE, FtORlCA ... jf -- !i. : -' tt ......._ --: 0 -
Florida: In CMm ry. I t t on >f the Sou'h lin" r-f S.- 'n J ; .rjj( --.l.jr .
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FRIDAY JtAKCIl ,.LS, 1954: '. B&AOF03D COUNTY TKUttBArfl, STAX&K:, FLORIDA !
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yssrs J-JSrtSSr srrJJsrssrrr rrrgJJrss SSSSSSSJCC.IN Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale I

and children spent Sunday in SOIL CONSERVATION I Rites WednesdayFor ,New System I Cub Scouts Tour j

Jacksonville visiting the Zoo, May For Phone Ringing
port and Jacksonville Beach. J. S. EuniceJ. :Naval Station
Mrs. Mattie Gahagan was visit- N-E-W-S On Part)' Lines !!

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ing Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Gaha- 'S. (Jule) Eunice. Sr. 59 died I
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The old familiap- line I A
ByflilIIIaas't party ring complete tour of the Jack-
THE NEWS .-- gan in Bluffton, S. C. the first l at his home north of Lawtey late, I <
such as three short sonvffle
and Naval
one Air
part of last week. U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Saturday afternoon March 6, as I 1- I Station was ;;
644_sSsSSSS.tSS__--sr.rs..ss fls rsss-. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harley and t the result of a heart attack. He\\long: [i' -will soon be a thing of the I'enjoyed by 11 members of Deft COne

Mr and Mrs. Donald Bennett Mr. and Mrs Charlie Parkeof Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clayton of SERVICE had been in ill health for rome ,[past in this area, according to Cub Scouts on Tuesday of I t I

and baby, Donald Keith, moved Holly Hill spent the weekend Dorchester, S. C. spent from Sun- I .. time.A. I IlL A. Bishop, Jr., manageof i,last week. The Cubs spent from I:

recently from Lawtey to the Tucker with Mr. and :Mrs. L. S. Hutto. day to Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. farmer, stock-raiser, and ex- I the Starke Telephone Company. 11 a.m. to 1:30 at the rI
:Mrs. Jim Chasteen returned Sam Anderson.Mr. !I The Board of Supervisors for I Ia good cover crop of Hairy Indigo railroadman, Mr. Eunice was a I p.m. huge i iI
apartment on South street. and Mrs. Proctor Snow will the Bradford Soil Conservation than I did in any of the other native of Baker County, but had I Installation of a new electronic ( base, during which time they saw j
Pat McGriff spent the weekendat home Wednesday after spendinga
be weekend guests of Mr. and I District held their regular monthly fields. It sure pays to use a good lived most of his life in Bradford.His I ringing system (technically [called jet planes in action. went aboard I'
the Kappa Sigma fraternity in week in Falls Church, Va. where
Mrs. L. D. Vining while enroute meeting at Lloyd Green's house. cover crop." parents were Eugene and decimonic) is now in procesf' and ship, and enjoyed lunch in th-.
Gainesville. I -
she was visiting Mr. and Mrs, M. from Daytona Beach to their I The Board approved construction !Frances Saloma Rowe Eunice of when completed in a few weeks' civilian I
Hrs R. J. Davis is visiting hersonrnLaw C. Stith, Sr. and her mother, MrsH. R. D. Reddish and R. M Crosby Baker the cafeteria. Naval officials (
home in Dublin, Ga. |of an FFA Bradford Soil Conservation j County. On May 27, 1917 owner of a two party line mil
and daughter, Mr. and L. Brownlee who is also visit- :Mrs. J. P. Stevens of Sanfordand I District Nursery Sign I whose places are located in the I he married Selma Prevatt of Law- hear the phone ring only when cooperated in arranging the tour. |
Mrs H G Davis Jr. in Tallahas- ing there. :Mr. Brownlee under- Bayless Highway Church section, tey. his I Cubs the
daughter, :Mrs. Joe Terlap of i i which will direct people to theI number is being called. I. making trip were John j
see went in Doctor's I used the District's fertilizer distributor I Besides his wife, he is survived Adams,
an operation Waukegan HI. spent the first farm and nursery. The Water The new system, costing an !; Arthur Holiday, Harold
Mrs. L. F. Smith. Jr. and son, Hospital, Washington D. C. last part of the week with their daughter -I[Policy Project was discussed and to put out 300 Ibs. per i by a sister, Mrs. Lossie Carter, estimated $35.000, rings phones* Seymour, Dave Long. Tom Smith. I

Larry, of Gainesville were visiting week and is getting along as wellas and sister, Mrs. Ned Yanceyand Foster Smith was appointed chair- acre of 0-10-20 on their cloverpasture. Starke; two sons, James Harold on frequencies 20, 40, 50 and 60. i Billy Melson, Buddy Noegel. Larry I

Mrs. Steve Weldon and the can be expected.Mrs. family.Mr. man to develop a program for I Ruby Crosby did the I Eunice and J. S. Eunice, Jr., Law- If a party on a five-party iine isj;Noegel, and David Haines. They I

Harry Mootys on Tuesday.Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Charlie and Mrs. John Moyer and |Bradford County. !! tractor driving for them. J. R. !tey; and four daughters, Clara called on frequency 30, the operator -i were accompanied by Mrs. Arthur I
J. E. Hardy and daughters i Kelly, whose :Mae Lane, Deland; Essie Mae
i place is also l locatedin Holiiday, Den Mother. Mrs.
pushes the button Hogan
Parker and Mrs. Caroyln Redgraveand which I
daughter Janie, of Jacksonvillewere Green setst I
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Phoenix Ariz.
Eula :MaeI
visited Mrs. Mattle in ;
Barry the j
Bayless Highway section Smith, and T. T.
Brooker on Sunday.Mr. son, Wayne, were visiting Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. andMrs. Requests for soil ,and water used the distributor I Barry, Nashville, Term.; and Sel- the phone bell on frequency 301 Long. I
and Mrs. George Moxley in Gainesville One Wiggins. conservation farm plans were to put out i ma :Mae Norton, Jacksonville ringing. The other phone j All three Dens are planning a

and Mrs. J. E. Hildefran Saturday afternoon. Attending the District meetingof made by Pete Wainwright on his 8-8-8 fertilizer on his pasture. i' Mr. Eunice was a member of on the line remain silent. i I trip to Tallahassee next week and I

) were in Jacksonville. shopping last Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Starling of the Methodist WSCS in Gainesville place In the Alligator Creek Section I Q. T. Lyons, who is farming !the Lawtey Baptist Church. He Although as many as ten parties I will be guests of Acting Governor !

Thursday.Mr. Jacksonville wer guests last Friday Thursday were: Mrs. E. K. west of Lawtey, J. W. the C. A. Shelley place five miles i will be remembered as a man who can be put on one line only, and Mrs. Charley R Johns at the t

and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of of Mr. and Mrs. :Maxie Carter. Perryman, Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. Brownlee on his farm three miles I out the Keystone Road, used the j could always be relied upon to five will be installed at this time. '' Governor's mansion. The 32 Cub i

Oveido spent the weekend with Albert Crews of Miami spent the Blanche Williams, Mrs. Titu.' out the Brownlee Road, and W. 'District' rotocycle mower to cut 'I help any neighbors in distress. The system will enable the tele-,will be accompanied by the Den

Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Olson. Mrs. P. C. HOllingsworth,1 F. (Happy) Cooley on his place 'I down the old stand of indigo and Funeral services were held Wednesday phone company to install rural I Mothers. Mrs. Holliday. Mrs. Curtis '.

Darby. They all spent Saturdayin Biggs. Mrs. W. G. Haile, four miles West of Lawtey. We ''I bahia grass and give the new afternoon at 3:30 o'clock telephone lines at lower cost. i Malone, and Mrs. Wilma Dock- ,

Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Maxie.Carter and daughter Blair, Miss Amy Coburn. Mrs. were discussing cover crops with grass a chance to get out and !in the Long Branch Cemetery with I Bishop announced that facilities -i stader. !

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Dr. and,' Mrs. Wallace Faulk of Jackson- Morgan Richarde, Mrs. L. A. I Happy while getting the land grow. Rev. G. E. Cutehaw officiating. are also: being installed to Nat Dankel was lecently named f

Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. Friends of[vile were in Pinecastle last Sat- Davis Mrs. T. G. Mitchell and .lines on his place, when he took I i I It II add a third operator to the,I Cubmastei- and is assisted by Ned

Mr. Griffin will b happy ta hear I jurday visiting Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. Henry Godwin. '''that big' cigar out of his mouth A basic soil and water conser-.!|Mrs. Futch WinnerIn switchboard staff, which will result -! Yancey. One A Wiggins is secre "

that he is very much improved: Jr. who Is convalescing at the Mrs. T. H. Slade was hostess at and pointed to a field across the vation farm plan was delivered to Letter speeded up service. I tary-treasurer for the Pack. J

from his recent illness. 'I home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. a delightful luncheon Tuesday for road and said "I made more corn E. J. Raulerson for his place located -i I Contest

B..Spencer, after a recent operation 12 guests honoring Mrs. W. S. in that field after turning under northwest of. Lawtey. !I ii i I :Mrs. L. H. Futch. Bradford
NEW LOCATIONDr.
Slade of Douglas Ga. who has j County school teacher,
I' Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley spent the past week with her son, of the winners in letter was one
a contestin
IlL T and family were called to Grace- Red Cross Drive Seymour R. Marco
DA- ': vile because of the illness of Mrs.McAliley's T. H. Slade, and family.! Report a recent issue of The Progressive Optometrist f
:Mr. and Mrs. Ulray Clark of
Farmer,
I a leading agricultural NOW LOCATED
grandmother, Mrs. Mollie NEXT TO POST OFFICEOn
L TARKE FLA. North Augusta, S. C. and Miss magazine.Her .
i Williams. Seen Walnut Street
Lagging
I June Clark of Jacksonville Beach', letter tells about
Pfc. and Mrs. Ronald Andrewsof from "Country I
Fri., Sat. U..: March 12, 13 Miami will spend the weekend spent the weekend with their parents I Things I Love Most." This is what EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark. her prize-winning letter I
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I Mrs. Junius M. Smith. chairman I says:
DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Nollman "I am a country schoolteacher Hours 9:00 AM 5OOP.M
W. L. Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. have as their guests, :Mrs. Noll- :[: described the Bradford. : Congress and the things I love most are the I Thursdays and Saturdays 9:00 A M. 12 Noon
B. T. Thomas. I
Rough Riders of man's sisters, Mrs. W. F. Swinyerof I County Red Cross fund as "lag I little lives I teach each day. My
Mrs. and 1
Adolph Gay daughters, i PHONE 219
Durango Pauline and Geraldine were visit- Los Gatos, Calif., Mrs. C. W. I ging" this week with only $557 1 day begins with clean, bright-faced '

With Allan 'Rocky' Lane ing Mrs. Gladys Cook and familyin Denny of Savannah, Ga. and :Mrs. I collected on the county's $2.54. ;,: by BILLY MATTHEWSCongressman children unloading from a bus I' r- _- -
Jacksonville on Sunday. T. W. Oliver of St. Simon's Island. : Then I hear their voices calling L- ,

ANDOklahoma I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had as I Ga. The Nollmans took their |quota. ( Matthews gi\es gaily to those who have already I
fishing at Cedar Keys! on Mrs. Smith said that lesponse below an eye witness account ol arrived. II
AnnieWith Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.Vil- guests 'I I
to the letters mailed out had been I
the incident in '
recent
and deplorable
Judy Canova and John lard Pass and son Gene, of Tallahassee Wednesday and Thursday "They happily banter bark and 1
Russell Mrs. Irene Johns of Green they will visit other points of interest disappointing and that follow-uF which Congress was fired upon forth as they join with playmate !

Cove Springs, Mrs. D. J. Clark of in Florida.Mr. i I by personal solicitation will begin I\ by fanatical Puerto Rican Nationalists in the games enjoyed by every '
LV TRUCOLOR
Tampa and Miss Suzanne Beckner and Mrs. John Milhgan who I next week if mailed-in contributions ). little boy and girl before the bell :

MU.H Serial "King Conso" Chapter of Clearwater.Mr. have been staying at the Avery are still lacking. The Junioi;.1 I It: was Monday afternoon, rings. Once they are inside, comes
11 and Cartoon and Mrs. G. B. Williams of of II Woman's Club will also begin its .
to the home the
Inn are moving -March 1. at about 2:30: p. m. In news report and group dis- MICROMETi
within th
Lake City were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milligan's brother, the Tom residential canvass cussion of what
has :
happened at .
Sun.. Mon., Tues. Mrs. R. O. Dansby on SundayMr. Beach. next few days, Mis. Smith said. the House Chamber we wet discussing home ---.i.'J* JV* -v. --i.T '-wpymJ <-
Bollards, in Jacksonville since :
I we parted the day be
March 14, 15. 16 and Mrs. E. },(. Davis, Mrs. Mrs. Bertha Pearce and daughter -" In asking for support of th! a bill to permit Mexican I fore.

A. W. Anderson, Sr., and Mrs. of Jacksonville Red Cross drive, Mrs. Smith pointed laborers to help farmers in the '! deafer S
Lane "It
Mrs. Mary be about
DOUBLE FEATURE I .. may a new baby. ;,
George Anderson spent Sunday the weekend with out that many of the services Western states harvest their whether
I
will spend I perishable pig or calf, kittens or';
Fighter AttackIN visiting Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin and j I.i performed by this agency aie not crops. Suddenly there were :puppies, or the sensational new
Anderson i
Mamie in Archer.
known by the public. j
familY in Jessup. Ga. generally brother sister. That's I
COLOR I sounded Or the part
Miss Carolyn Edwards was the -- knows about some explosions which i il
and Mrs. J. B. Drennan of Columbia, Almost everyone I of the day I love most."
With Sterling hayden JoyS
guests of M153 Pat Sieg in Gainesville I its disaster relief work, blood l like the old firecracker Fourth of
S* >P a the weekend.Mrs. S. C. is spending several weeks t I
4g J t over '
I. Raymond Howe, Jr. and with her daughter. Mrs. Claude I donor program. and home service. .., July celebrations. A woman's'oice Chief EntitledTo
ANDValley Crowson and Mr. -Crowson.: ,but there are many other .H rv-*!shouted. -Long/Live'Puerto Rico!"
David of 1
son, Augustine spent
of the?Sun I I1tJ from Thursday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson hadas ices rendered including the' Jn-.' I was. '.sitting behind Congressman: Home Exemption, BENTON & GUMBER

\\ \ Lucille Ball JAI e8' Craig the senior Howes; while Mr. Howe, Sunday luncheon guests, Mr. I!portant first aid program 1910. which 1 Roberts of Alabama, and by me .Ervin DeclaresA

PillS Gazden"Gopher..CartoonWed. I Jr.: attended the R. A. convention and Mrs. Glen Searing and daughters was inaugurated in )'Vt'&re fcongressmen SeMen of Alabama ': ALUMINUM AWNINGSNow < 1
in i Ocala. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.G. I Since that time the Bradford;t Bradford County homeowner,

., Thur. Mar, 17, 18 I I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson of P. Wadsworth of Hampton and I County chapter in cooperation and Johnson of Wisconsin. living in quarters above the Featured On
r Brcoker were Sunday guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner of i with national Red Cross has carried I Congressman Seiden shouted, Starke fire house, does not forfeit
DOUBLE FEATURE !'Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson. I Starke. I on many commendable first I"Duck!" and at the same time his right to homestead exemption. ALVAREZ STOREStarke's

Mr. and Mrs. Orin Welch ot Mrs. I. E. Clark is visiting her Ii aid programs. The. present program .he pushed both Congressman Atty. Gen. Richard Erwin ruled .

I, THE JURY Dade City were visiting their sister, Mrs. D. B. Webb in Miami was established through the I Johnson and me to the floor. Congressman 'II recently in answer to a query by ..

Introducing Bill WWot daughter, Mrs. M. L. Lawson. and from Thursday to Monday. I cooperation of H. P. Morgan. I Roberts did not duck tax assessor Gene Leng. ;. II'i

ANDIROQUOIS 'family on Sunday. 1 county school superintendent, who in time and was wounded. After!I This ruling indicates that a

| Mrs. C. H. Quick. Sr. spent the BHS Delegates I encouraged many of the county I two or three seconds I looked up .homeowner who leaves his home

TRAILWith I weekend in Ludowici Ga. with teachers to take a concentrated ;in the Gallery and saw a large because of public employmentdoes

George Montgomery and relatives. Attend FBLA MeetIn I I instructor's course in this field. bushy-haired man calmly reload- '. not forfeit his right to home- -

Bread* Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clover- Tallahassee In this way first aid instructorswere I ing luV pistol. People were shouting :stead exemption, and that the EXemption I : : :

Plus Color Cartoon for Kids I settle of Tampa were weekendi I available in all county I "Get that man!" A brave would remain effective r
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I i guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. The Bradford Chapter of Future schools. I spectator in the Gallery wrestled .even .though the home were rented .i. .
;
--- Fancher.That's Business Leaders of America I At the present time, first aid i with him and finally pushed him' temporarily. Th attorney general -,

I was one of more than 20 chapters ,courses are taught in conjunction out into the hall. said that the tax assessor has': .

attending the State FBLA convention with the science classes. For the I After about 25 shots were filed 'authority to decide whether a '

[I .M Our BusinessIf in Tallahassee on Feb. j 1854-55 term the Bradford High the shooting suddenly stopped. I .homestead actually has been :,

a L It's Glass We Have It! J 26-27. Florida State University School plans to add a separate 1 saw Congiessman Roberts on the ,I'abandoned or merely vacated i toi : L'.L

: ? 1,111 CALL WRITE or VISIT II 1 served as host to the more than course entitled "Health and Safe floor bleeding from a flesh wound: 'a temporary period. I II

150 high school students attend ty" which will include first aid I saw Congressman Cliff Davis j Long questioned the attorney.

Joe Peters Glass Co. ing. instruction. 'in a state of shock sitting quietlv general on a case involving D. W 1 1 j I

With chapters in almost every Community organizations interested I with a leg wound: and I looked 'Carpenter, Starke Fire Chief, who |

FOR ANY GLASS NEED I state (Florida has 37)), the FBLA in taking first aid courses I with horror on the still fieure of is given living quarters for him- 'j =:::::

Wt Design Modern Store Fronts numbers more than 16,000 mem- should contact L. H. Gibson first j Congressman Bentley who had self and family in an apartment
I I
and their I above the fire station. Erwin de- Oldest' Retail
students Store
A Just Mail Us A Pattern for I bers. These aid chairman through the l local I been wounded the most seriously.
I are dedicated to the Judd of Minnesota. 'decided that Carpenter had not
sponsors .Congressman Established
Red Cross The standard In
chapter. 1894
Table
Tops '
I achievement of individual economic -I first aid course is designed for !'a former mpdical missionary was forfeited his right to homestead
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 competency and social and j examining Congresman Bentlev exemption on the Santa Fe Lake Benton & Cumber's
adults and requires a minimum of Beautiful Aluminum Awnings Are
I| econimic leadership. I I JHe shook his head sadly and house he owned and lived in be-
i
18 clock hours for completion I the Lowestf Priced in the U. S.
-- ,'" j Members of the Bradford Chapter this, said "I cannot feel his pulse." Two fore being furnished living quarters -
.. Upon successfully completing 1 LET US GIVE YOU A FREE _
had been by the city. ESTIMATE
- -- -- ------ I attending the convention were course, a certificate is awarded j, I other of our colleagues I

| Annette Green, Joyce Morgan. which is valid for three years. wounded, but neither very seri-j BENTON & CUMBER AWNINGS
I Ona Stern. Jimmie Cole, Barbara .I ously. Speaker Joe Martin adjourned -
the local i
I Upon request. chapterwill 200 S. Street
Cherry
iPrevattg Dos Gainey,' Pam secure a national field representative -j the House and asked us II | \71

Lawson, Shirley Rosier, and Ann to conduct first aid I pleas to leave the Chamber so \ 1 -

Crosby. Pam Lawson and Ann courses for instructors. [the wounded could be given prop- -= p

Dedicated To Community Service Crosby were the voting delegates.The Primary aim of the Red Cross!it jtr. attention. I walked back anA -

"Movie AT* Better Than Ever" sponsor, Miss Della Rosen- first aid program is to create a, saw five! bullet holes in the wall

berg, and Mrs. C. S. Partin servedas of I about 10 feet back of the seat FOR OFFICE
large preparedat
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad chaperones for the group. all group times to give people in the, where I had been sitting. I hurried -I ,. .

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. j I event of an accident or help emergent, to my office to telephone toj; OR HOME

.. Sat March 12, 13 i Sun., Mon. March 14. 1521G Property Sales i.of any kind.Now's ,I my We loved found ones out that later I was that safe.the !' a

DOUBLE FEATURE : Several property transfers occurred would-be assassins were Puerto :
: The Time I
;4.\\ IrOn'IY! recently: the values given ) Ricans, three men and one woman ; &tiJwoh3

are approximate as indicated by To Fertilize Lawn, They represent a small band of ; POIMTAIM PIN /

tax stamps on the deeds. about 500 so-called "Nationalist' DISK IIT
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County Agent SaysWith
I Puerto Ricans" who certainly dn
Catherine M. Kuhn. Starke to
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joifjjwii\ : ( Raleigh E. Strickland and Helen } spring here now is th. not speak for their'approximatel\' 3.00 A' Yew

Strickland, Starke, a plot of land time to think about fertilizmi J.2 i| 1-4 million fellow citizens. These I II COMrUTI j/ Fuv.rdiF

:; on or near Highway 301 north of I youilawn.. County Agent Georg,; Nationalists say they want complete I

Starke Jl.500.Francis I Huggins advises. You should maki,?I independence for Puerto. We cover all! utility! Ald! Ptinrk11nA
J ; Trottier Rico, but they have been voted ,f ; *
% .\ ...,r. % and Elizabeth ,. your spring application of fertilizer ,
a.- Vl .\ 1" } D. Trottier, Detroit Mich.. about j i within the next w.ek. :, down bv great majorities in house trailers whether

I 30t4 CECEIOAPARKERI'lus 68 acres near Hampton. 7000. If you have a Centipede lawn. i il t' Puerto Rico. We are ready to giver owned,rented, or bor1 I

S1 (o.'G..,' $ W. L. Andrews and Maude An- II should be fertilized in the sprin; Puerto Rico its independence if.. when pulled! I
"Cm'hantat uare" Cartoon rowed by
!
that is the desire of their people.
,...0't drews. hs: wife, Starke I
." to LeonardT. I and may be fertilized again in th P
", ,,,': ,.Jd and Latent World News Johns and Oweida L. Johns, his fall. Use a complete fertilizer. !I but since they now have an inde- passenger cars for I

AND- wife a lot on Bolt Lake, located j I 6-6-6, for both applications ant(j pendent commonwealth statue pleasure use under bodily
_. _ MRS. DOROTHY FORD about ; 4 (1- nine miles south of Starke j apply it at the rate of 20 to 2!:) .
V f>n Highway 100, $2. ,OO. pounds per 1,000 square feet. St !want complete independence. injury and proei'tydainI I II
Tues.. Wed. Thur. .I These Puerto Rican Nationalists additional Esterbrook Desk Sets From
e rbg March 16. 17 IS Ellery Sapp and Gladys Sapp Augustine grass will need fertili_ ; I age at no $3.00
his are the same small mad group
IMr wife. to L.
i: C- Sapp ard Coz- zing three to four times a year. cost.
.t-1iclI 3 BIG DAYS S zett Sapp. his wife, about 120 accordng to Dr. Gene Nutter_ j that tried to assassinate President : Maroon Green Walnut Gray Black I

4 icres i in the IleJIbronn Section. lawn specialist with the Florid:1:(Truman in 1950. and we have Dots policy In Colors To Match Your Office -
$2.500. evidence to show that last Monday ,. your present! i Furnishings-
Station in the earl
Experiment ;
J..:
they plotted to overthrow the : ? '
Fannie F. Reames and her husMnd i spring. early sunmer. and earl:f. ,l uu. I
representative government of the'
W. C. Reamea, Starke to fall. If you want an attractive? I
George W. .United States by trying to kill >,
Ellis and Tattle Ellis winter lawn winter
,
i an early application
'1 S"fe.. Starke, : ; as many of our leaders as possible CONTACTConner G
about t
one acre also be needed. Usi
may '
-> We must stand strong in the I
COLORrI TT'hway 301 north of Starke the same material and rate foi r ,
5 1500. i face of these fanatical efforts
< ) ( Plus "Eager Beater" Cartoon and I I these applications as given foi r Let us prove to the world that we i Bros.

,:, Late \\orld News Centipede. have no fear and that our great'
J Primary I If have not :had! soil tes!t I
II Nisrht you a i
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'' republic will never yield to threats

A Full toon Length in Technicolor Feature Car- 1 WATCH FOR TilE At Lav/tey SchoolThere ,' you made should recently have of your one made lawn soil before :!of violence. Insurance Agency BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Mil"Moor nushe.V EDDIE CANTOR
Cartoon"Chapter .t' i>i .
you apply your spring fertili F5LIXG
will b:<> CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS
: Xo. g Serial 3 p-iirarv:: Night i 1' to determine ;'. i il 129 W. Call St. Phone 235 -
STORY "rro-ari ,t zer, whether or no I
J"r'i,.. \f I", '. ",,_, .--T, '. s' ,,! jo-i: r.aed :Lme on your 1 lawn. St ply of lime while Cirpet and |i I 128 W. Call! St. Starke, Fla.
MRS. KATE SHEPPARD SOON .1.: Starke Fla.
,' r:1'.. :" m. .: ,! : :1 111' ,\ : just r.and Dera-.uh: gore': Ct'n lr..de are bet: -r adapte-j tr> |i I
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA

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V.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy holster gave the devotional. Those day and Friday. They presented of said Section 24 at a point 1.2 feet of and within 50 feet of the survey commanded to -
In I
participating were Mrs. Wilson "Freedom's Holy Light through South said Section from the 24. Northeast corner of line of State Road S-125. Section court on the 5th appear day of the April.entitled 1954. i I- Dated this 17 day of February, Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 1954.
2854-150 said
BROOKERBy Green Mrs. W. C. Suggs. Mrs. Church Extension," and "Free Containing 0.773 acres more or less ing described as follows survey with line reference be-- to show, or cause liens what rIght. title interest I(OFFICIAL SEAL) By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. J
exclusive of you or any of you, Charles A. Darby
J. W. Thomas, Mrs. W. T. Blair, dom's Holy Light for America." TV ay. existing road right of to Section 13, Township 5 have in and to any of the above described -) 2/19 4t 3/12
South, Range 22! East and Section
lands and show .r.
and Mrs. R. F. Gano. Mrs. M. O. Harrell was program IS OWNED BY: Emma Pearce 24, Township 5 South, Range 22 the same should not be cause taken why for -

Folly Walt Jr.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaiiAAi.. The Dedan W. M. U. had chargeof 'i, chairman. Hill.Parcel No. f, Right of Way. SRD No. East Beginning, on thent line of the the uses petition and filed purposes herein.set forth in .! EL RANCHO

.. the for Tuesday and The devotional period was given 4. said Section 13 at a point 32: feot TAKE NOTICE That a Declaratnn '
A of land I
program strip across the South
by Mrs. Lloyd Barry, and the response tide of Lot 58 of Woodlawn Northerly from the Southwest cor- .of Taking has ben filed in the ;
ner of said Section 13, thence I
Prayir Wek \\-i esday. Mrs. H. H. Mott run above styled cause by the Petitioners !
was by :Miss Lubedia Pin- Subdivision according to Plat North 89 degrees. 58 mm.. 53 sec.Rast the acquiring ,- : RESTAURANTI"
The Annual Week of Prayerfor chairman. They presented Freedom's I holster Those INiok! 1. page 17. public records SI62.6: feet crossing the South I of the authority taking of of thiproceedmgs. the--
presenting parts of Bradford
Home Missions and the AnnieE. for Europeanand County, Florida line of said M-ction 13 to the East above described lands
Holy Light for the
were Mrs. S. F. Beard. :Mrs. Lula Said strip of land being 77.86 feet line of "aid Section :J4! at a pointI. set forth in the purpose this-' S. SOI at X. City Limits
Armstrong offering. Oriental Americans. :Mrs. in width on the West side of said petition in
.! feet South from the Northeast 'eaust'. ,
Mae Baxter Mrs. W. T. Blair. viiAs right of way. drainage Starke
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Lot 58 and 73.77 Fla
feet in width
I on corner of said Section 24. Contain- I
dom's Holy Light, were observed Lester gave the devotional. Those ditch and haul road for a pur-I I
the East side of
Mrs. Wilson Green. Mrs. J.V. said Lot 58, containing ing 0212 acres more or less, exclusive tion of State Road S-125 in
at Brooker Baptist Church by presenting parts were Mrs. Theo 0.149 acres, more or less of existing road right of I ( ,
i County. l Thomas, and Mrs. R. F. Gano. exclusive of existing road right of | that one of ; Sunday Dinners
the Brooker Baptist and Dedan !1 Dyal, Mrs. Cora Stokes Mrs. 1 way. the Judges of the Circuit Court in I
Personals way. IS OWNED BY Richard Bennett Jr
:
I II the Eighth Judicial i
Circuit
W.M.U. H. H. Mott and Mrs. Lester. I IS OWNED BY: Delia Porter Siglar- and wife Elsie Bennett and Bobby Ida. will he on the 15th of day Flor-of i! I S.NDWICHESBARnQUE

On Monday Mrs. IT. O. Harrell | The Brooker W. M. U. was in Hewlett S. Anderson returned I ski.Parcel No 6. Right of Way, SRD No. net.Bennett and wife Faye Ben- March A.D., 1954 at 9:30 o'clock in I I S I
this week from a business trip to. the forenoon thereof, in Circuit I
was chairman. Miss Lubedia. Pin- charge of tht- program for Thurs- I 6. Parcel No. 16 Lateral Ditch Rightof Court Chambers in Bradford Count I CHICKEN & 1 Ins
1 I ( Mississippi.I A ctrip of land across the South Station 441-1-12 (PART) SRI Court House at Starke. Florida !

i I and Mrs. Russell Green and I II tide of Lot 61 of Woodlawn No. 16. [consider said Declaration of Tak-I Curb Service 312PM
Subdivision That of .
according to Plat part : i ing appoint appraisers and
a FRUIT TREES j family visited Mrs. R. C. Mc- Book 1, page 17, public record NWU of NE of NWH of &...-- I such order as 'he Court dee make meI I)Ii

Derman of Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. of Bradford County, Florida, lion 24, Township 5 South. proper. | Open 6 A.M. 12 PM. EI 1 Rancho Steaks
0 AZALEAS & CAMELIASFlower Said strip of land being 65.41 feet Range 22 East I All parties to the suit and allpartit's '
v. D. Hicks and Mrs. Clara Cone
in width on the West side of said lying each side of and within 15 interested may appear and
:of Bryceville Sunday. I Lot 61 and 61.26 feet in width on feet of a ditch centerline aid !ne heard at the tUne and place des HERB THOMAS
,
the East side of said Lot 61.
con. ditch centerline being described as ignated. I,
'! Beverly Green spent Sunday taming 0.212 acres, exiluMie of follows: I WITNESS my hand and this seal j RESTAURANT Steaks
Seed I existing road right of I I of
way. said Court on this 3rd day of
with Maxine Andrews. I Commencing on the West line of i *
IS OWNED E-Y DeWitt C. Jones.
i March A. D. 1954.
Chops and
Section 1%, ;5
Township South Range
Administrator of the estate of J. '(OFFICIAL I*. S. 301 at S. Limits
SEAL
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and J 22 East at a point 32 feet Northerlytrots ) Charles A. Parby City
I R. Howe, deceased.Parcel 'I Clerk Of Circuit Court of Brad- *
Gro-Tone Gro 'girls of St. Augustine, and Mr. No.7, Right of Way, SRD No. the Southwest corner of said ford County, Florida. Starke, Fla. Seafood
Magic Bloom Hy Section 13, run thence North 89
and Mrs. O. R. Gano and son of .7A degrees, 58 mm.. 53 sec. East IIOLLIS V. KNIGHT Specializing In
strip of land across the South County
: 1283 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING i Attorney OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
Plant Foods Swan Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. side of Lot 62 of Woodlawn Subdivision Starke Florida I

I II I IR. F. Gano Sunday. according to Plat Book 1. thence South of 0 ditch degrees.centerline 01 min.run 07 .Starke, Florida :J/5: 4t V26 I OWNED, OPERATED AND Weekday & Sunday
Page 17, public records of Bradford -
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PLANTS Larkspur, Petunias, Carnations I Mrs. Frank Tinney and children County, Florida. Said strip of land sec.South East 32 degrees 50 ,feet 46 min.run, 07 thence.sec KOTICH TO .'PP .\R !II STAFFED BY LOCAL PEOPLE DINNERS
: "being 61.26 feet in width on the In Circuit Court. Bradford
East 250 feet to the end of said
and Mrs. Earl Green and chil-
West line of said Lot 62 and 57.11feet Flor Ida| In Chcnrery. eOIlDt"I
I dren visited Mrs. Joe Hill in width on the East line of ditch centerline. Containing (for Alice Johnson liarnosky. vs. 0.::
All Kinds Garden and Field that part of said ditch in NW4 flf
SEED WiI-1 said Lot 6!. Containing 0.242 acres Barnosk*. Defendant ,
: NEVJ of NWVi of said Section :24)!
: hams of Lake Butler more or less, exclusive of existing Case No. 1036'Kotice
0.117 acres more or less.
To Appear.To .
: Mrs. Wilson Green and Mrs. ]:road IS OWNED right of BY way.Eva F. Howe. IS OWNED BY: Richard Bennet. Jr. : George Barnosky, whose residence ,

SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORECall I G E. Green visited patients at 1 Parcel No. 10.No. 10. Right of way SRD and by Bennett wife. Elsie and Bennett wife, Faye and IVIi- You and are address hereby Unknown.notified: that. a ''I STARKEFLA.

the hospital Monday night. I That part of nett Hen-I Suit for divorce, custody and i' FLORIDA THEATRE
Parcel No. 17. Lateral Ditch
control of ,
minor children aid .
of of Section
NW of
% NE'H NW'4
Mrs. Charles Roberson returned I I of Station 443-J-12.0 (PART), SRD resoration of maiden name I
24, 5 South.
Township
St. Phone 39 Starke Fla. No. 17. has been filed the I
home Friday from San Range 22 East and a parcel of I against you in
AntoniO'1 I That part of above named Court and cause and <
Texas after a two and land described,. as- :-. ,, i NW"4 of NEIJ of NWt4 of Section "you are required to serve a copy oIl 1
i ommencmg on tne section line oe- 24. TownshIp 5 South I your answer or. pleading to '{ SUN. MON. MARCH 14 15
month visit with her
___ ---- .__ .1>. daughter.Mrs. tween Sections 23 and 14 of said Range 22 East complaint on the Plaintiffs tht''I'I i ,
at the .
I H. S. Anderson and sonsha'e Township and Range pointof Lying each side of and within 15 Attorney T. Frank Landrum.
I
intersection thereof with the
feet of a ditch centerline. said ditch Starke. Florida I
I returned from Monticello East line of the Right of way of and file the original In the officeof .
centerline
being described as follows -
"I'VE A DATE THIS WEEKEND after visiting Mrs. Anderson's S. A. L. Railway for a POINT OF : the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
BEClNNl.Ml, thence East along
run Commencing on the West line of on or before the wkot Wouild. 'Do?
mother. [the North line of said Section 23 Section 12. Township 5 South. Range 22 day of March. 1954; .

Harold Andrews spent Sunday and the South line of Section 13 said 22 East at a point 32 feet Northerlyfrom otherwise the allegations of said _
Township and Range a distance of Complaint will be taken as confessed ,
the Southwest of
WITH MY HOUSE""I with Harvey Green. 1500 feet thence run South 14 degrees corner said by you.
Section 13. run thence North 89 degrees
I West (being parallel to said This notloe shall 'be published
Parrish Sunday
Virginia spent 58 min., 53 sec. East 12S3.0
i Railroad) a distance of 1000 feet once each week for four consecutive IriiI
with Mary Ella and Jo-Ann Green. thence run West 14 degrees Northto of feet ditch to the centerline POINT OF BEGINNING run thence 'weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph j !
'
Katherine Harrell spent Friday the Right of way of said Rail- South 0 degrees, 01 min.. 07, ><>r. I '
road. thence run North along said itod this 17 day of February.
__ ;; _-- and Saturday with Kay Rowlandof Railroad right of way to the Pointof East 50 feet, run thence South :32 1954.iu .,-
degrees, 46 min. 07 East 250
beginning, lying South of and' sec. KICIAL SEA!.) Charles A. Darby tu'ctVu
Starke. feet to the end of said ditch i
centerline. Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 within 50 feet of the survey line of' I
T:2 Mrs. Beulah Harrell arrived State Road S125. Section 2854. said I I Containing (for that part of i By M 'n:in I. ('rosb), Deputy f'lerk
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home from the hospital Sunday !I survey line being described as follows NWU said ditch of said in Section NW 4 24)of 0.117 NKiJ acres.of i 2/19 4t ;otl'NOTICE ; : F 'E5tC 'NOEM t; CECEUA PARt(<.ER

afternoon. We hope she will be I Beginning: on the West line of Sec- more or less.. : TO APPE* !' THILLED MILLIONS TO HAIE tHISuuroRTAL
I IS OWNED BY: Emma PearceHill.
In Circuit (Court Bradford County,
tion 13. Township 5 South. Range
well soon. i / STORY OF
Section 14. Florida i In Chimrrrr,
22 East, (East line of
Mrs. J. W. Thomas attended i Township 6 South, Range 22 East) Parcel No. 20Rev.All No. 20. HAUL ROAD SRD Helen Morykon Hollock. Plaintiff. II l YOUTH THE TRIl'MPH IV IOVL'OF' ,,
Nicholas Hullock. Defendant. :
32 feet North from the vs.
the Season Prayer Program in at Southwest a point corner of said Section that part of Lot 60/ of Wood- Case No. 10-362 I

various Baptist Churches in Bradford 13, run thence South 89 degrees 58 lawn Subdivision In Section 13. Notice To Appear
Township 5 Snuth Range. 22 East To: Nicholas Hollock. whose residence I
niin.. 53 sec West 550.23 feet to \ I .
County last week. the centerline of State according to plat recorded in Plat and address is: Leigh Street '
a point on Book 1. page 17 of the public records Mountain Top, Pennsylvania., i ; .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Road 200, Section 2801-114 designated .
of Bradford County, }Florida lyingon You are hereby notified that a .
had as a survey line Station 424178.77on each side of and within
family guests Saturday 10 feet suit for I .
the line of State Road
survey ,of a haul road centerline, said Divorce and restoration of.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence RETURN
evening, S-125 Section 2854.150 y
centerline described
being as- maiden
name
the Point of Beginning I I Iabo.e ?
thence to
Roberts of Lake Butler. the the
Commencing fn West line of has been flies against you in
(.f tbe survey line of said State Section 13, Township 5 South, Range named Court and cause and \
Pfc. Lester Hardee of the US '
Road S-125, Section 2854 and run \
22 East at a point 32 feet North you are required to serve a copy of I
.
MC, on leave from Camp Pendle- North 89 degrees, 58 min, 53 sec.East from the Southwest corner of said your answer or pleading to the com \
I 5282.60 feet (Crossing the Section 13, run thence North $9 degrees plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney i! \ THEY STOOO
ton, Calif., was visiting his sister -. South line of said Section 13) to -
58 min.. 53 sec. East 21189 T. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla I Itnd ,. "
Mrs. Bill Bigham Wednesdayand the East line of Section 24, Township feet run thence North 0 degrees file the original In the office tLOO
I
.
Plan to get the jump on Spring Fix-ups. I 5 South Range 22 East. at a ... ALONE:'
23 min., 07 sec. East 300 feet to the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
Thursday.Mr. point 1.2 feet South from the Northeast POINT OF BEGINNING of the centerline 'or before the 22 day of March. -A ,

"I'm buying all my materials down at Starke Builder's and Mrs. Lester Hardee, corner of said Section 0338 24. Containing of said Haul Road, run 1954; otherwise the allegations< of I I J,4ti I"
I in aggregate acres
AGAINST
thence South 0 degrees 23 min.. 07 said Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Those fellows will show the easiest to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gregory of more or less Including existing road
Supply. you way see West 250 feet to the end I by you. i i "
Inverness, Lester Hardee and right of way. said Haul Road. This notice thk' b" published I '
install window unit. how to add a bedroom to I OWNED HY. Richard Bennett Jr. .
a or your IS : IS OWEN) BY Harrison Mosley I once each week for four consecutive \ THE WORLD !
Johnson luncheon
Carol were and wife, Elsie Bennett and Bobby -
house."And. I and wife, Josephine Mosley. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bennett and wife, Faye Ben- You. and each of you, are hereby 'rraph.I YOCTH tofen ... bar .!
I net. jnUct pIMp .. ....
Bigham Sunday.L. Parcel No. 13, Right of Way SRD I I Bit .( amiss art iv.iIM. .-

they've everything you need A. Mott spent Sunday afternoon No. 13-Rev. .
of of land
That part a parcel
with Edwin Johns of Starke. I described a!: Commencing on the I THEY tonw4 Uw Uklnlk ..
dividing line of Section 23 and 14, MOVINGLOCAL of Materials. Susie Wait the weekend
Super-Market Building was 60 feet East of the Florida Railroad I ttMocf .. a hUtor Ia. aSkS (...... ell sia.5M4.n ,
guests of Carol Cox of Gaines- track (now S. A. L. Railway) ,
running on said Section use and ; i.;..;. s1er si a ,,", .. II 'Hfbme 1IerJIM4I&e1iee.1Ie -
J-M ROOFING and SIDING STANLEY TOOLS ville. While there, Mrs. Woodrow dividing line of Sections 24 and 13. Safe PHONE ._. scklc,. rare Lapplusu ....... wit, 0.4 ..s. p.rn4t .....

SHEETROCK Wallboard SHERWIN WILLIAMS Shaw and daughter Susie, Carol, 1500 feet; thence South 14 degrees f.n.....' .... lueW.,. .. n..... nD ... '.110 Ia 110M ..1_.
and Susie attended an ice show Wm 1000 feet parallel to said OR Dependable
PAINT Pine and Oak FLOORING Railway; thence West 14 degrees LONG
in Jacksonville.Mr. North or at Right angles to said I Economical 311

Railway to a p.,int 60 feet East; of DISTANCE
and Mrs.
I George Davis
Come OTCT to our store. We're at the S.A.L. Depot. said Railway; thence North 14 degrees -
had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. East or parallel to said Rail- R. B. Alvarez OR

Browse around No obligation Bart Waters of Gainesville Sunday way 532 feet to Point of Beginning, Agents For
I PLUSENCHANTED
TRANSFER AND
being situated In Township 6 South, 250-J
While in Gainesville they Range 22: East: lying South of and Ddcher Bros. STORAGE CO. '

0 visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence within 50 feet of the irvey line of _ I SQUARE
'State Road S-125. Section 2854-150,
Salain.L. said survey line being described as

A. Mott and O. J. Mott were follows with reference to Section CARTOONAnd
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY 13, Township 5 South Range 22 STORAGEiPerryman
in Jacksonvlle Sunday. I East and Section 24, Township 6
South Range 22 East. Latest World News

Phoae 45 Washington St. at S.A.L. Depot YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-i said. Beginning Section on 13 at the a West point line 82 feet of Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida ,

brook pur>e-Mie fountain pens Inpastel Northerly from the Southwest corner -= ----
I I!ff ,_,"j,1. fiaKin: .. .. 13, run. thentH.... North.. _
Starke Fla. shades. Only $2.37 at Brad- -- -- .n -- --
I S3 degrees, 58 min., 53 sec. East
ford County Telegraph.In 5282.6 feet; crossing the South line
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-- --- ---- ---- East line
---- of said Section 13 to the
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The Circuit Court Of The Eighth of said Section 24 at a point 1.2
Judicial Circuit In And For Brad feet South from the Northeast cornerof
ford County Florida said Section 24. Containing 0.482
lAw .\o. booiNOTICE acres, more or lees, exclusive of
: OF RULE MSI existing road right of way.
BRADFORD COfNTV, FLO- ) IS OWNED BY Richard Bennett Jr.
KIDA. a political subdivision ) and wife, Elsie Bennett and Pv>b-

p of the State of Florida, ) by Bennett and wife. Fare Ben- '
Petitioner. ) I net.
-vs.- ) I Parcel No. 14, Right of Way SRD II
;
KICHAUD CEXXETT JR. No. 14-Rev. : -1
et ) scene
a!. ) i That part of a parcel of land s.s z > 'e <

Defendants. ) {described as:

1 i'i'A i'k Notice Of Knilnent Domain Proceeding Section Commencing 13, Township at SW 5 South corner Range of

I I *! 22 East and running East on the
JN THE NAME AND BY THE Section line 2120 feet to a pointof
I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF beginning thence run South with
FLORIDATO proper variations 660 feet; thence
I ALl. WHOM IT MAY CON- run East with proper variations 660
,'EIC', AND to all person and parties feet; thence running North with
{ having or claiming any right. the proper variations to the section
I title interest, estate mortgage or line 660 feet, thence running West
other hen to or on those certainpanrlh along the Section line 660 feet to '

,ind the of following land hereinafter persons described together point of beginning. lying South Usnf this why more people want- and buy- I

with all unknown persons claiming
by, through or under known persons Chevrolets/ / than any other car?)
who are dead, or who are not
I known to be dead or alive:
Name and addrl'lIhest'Htion 2854150 ; -
) State Road S-125 Bradford -
County What want most

Emma I'earce Hill I you
Lawtey, Florida I
Illa:JVrter Siglarskttt
<> ldt'nc and address unknown;
: e\Vltt C. 'Jone Administrator I

ot the estate of J. It. Howe, Chevrolet first

deceased.Gainesville, Florida I gives you

9 Eva F. Howe -. .- I
Fair Haven. Massachusetts
Richard Bennett Jr. "
,'
I, 614 Hallway Street I '


CJSCl :i'\V\ a Daytona Kltie Railway LVnnettt Beach Street Florida I ( See how Chevrolet stays ahead of other low-priced cars in all ,


MAR. 2 Bobby Daytona Bennett Beach, Florida I, z! the things that mean the most to you. See how much less Chevrolet


I 614!!Daytona Railway. Beach Street, Floridaraye II I I 'S. .--. costs you-it's the lowest-priced !line of them all. Come on in

uennett I \ -'si e and let show how have the want and
Ii 14 Railway Street YOUR NEIGHBOR? : ; us you you con things you
I
Daytona Beach. Florida
Harrison! Mosley i be a good many dollars ahead with a new Chevrolet.

Clay County. Florida
Jubephine Mosley A CARELESS guy next ; That's promising a lot, but we welcome the chance to prove it!
i Florida -
"lay County. I
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2354-150. State Road S-125,
Bradford CountyPai. [: door can get you burned up

.el No. 3. Right of Way SRD No. I

I 3-Re. too, even though you're the

I A strip side of land across the OUT AHEAD with that bigger, OUT AHEAD with the hghestOUT AHEAD with that smooth and
South of Lot 57 of Wood-
GOOD ONLY TUESDAY, I lawn Subdivision according to most cautious home-owner in overhead valve
i lower look Only Chevrolet and leading compression engines. solid big-car ride. Chevrolet's the only'
Plat recorded in Plat Book No. I
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAYON 1. page 17. public records of I the world! higher-priced cars have Body by Fisher Chevrolet's great engines have the low-priced car with Unitized Knee-Action

FLORIDA GREYHOUND LINES Said Bradford strip of land County.being Florida.8! feet in i with that big, smooth, low-slung look. highest compression ratio of any leading -one reason for its finer road-smoothing,
width on the West line of said Lot
GREYHOUND introduces sensational savings for 57 and 77.86 feet In width on the So: be sure your home and I II low-priced car. road-hugging ride.

East side of said Lot 57. Containing .

middle-of-the-week bus travelers. Ride the lightly 0.226! acres more or less. I I household good are fully in-I OUT AHEAD with bigger brakes.
exclusive of existing road right of
loaded mid-week schedules and Save 50% on your way; ALSO. sured fire. OUT AHEAD with zippy, thrifty Chevrolet! brakes are largest in the low-

return trip, with 14 days return limit. Enjoy the That XEV part of of:NW% and JfWVi of r against Powerglide. It's the first and most advanced price field for smoother, safer stopsl! OUT AHEAD with automatic power

some fine standard of service. XWH of NE, of Section 21. I automatic transmission in the controls. Chevrolet is the first low-priced
Township 5 South Range 22

I East. I low-price field. Acceleration is Instantly car to bring you all the latest automatic
SYMBOL EMIUM
CM lung South of and within 50 feet
i of the survey line of State Road responsive end as smooth as silk. Optional OF e OF power features and controls as extra.'

S-125. Section 2854-150, said survey I I SAYINGS acauiKf '
GREYHOUND lire 1' '.ng described as follows. Hf C. WALL I I on all/ models at extra cost. L J cost options.

BUS STATION' j, With reference to Section 13. Town-
:'i-h'p! 5 South Range 22 East. and I I
Tempi \.. t' .Section 24 Township 5 South. Range I AGENCY
i! :-2 Kist. TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO0
Phone .47 J IV":!"...:. .g on the West line of cad : Phont 146 I
I Is. :. i 1 13 at a point 32 feet North .
er':. r.rn he Southwest corner <>f 200 E. Call Street i
i i. -.4 .1 v-< :.1 n IS run then Xnrth
> min. 53 ecEa...' ; Sfarke i iI I Phone 111 Starke Fla. Call! and Court Streets'AGJI
j : .'': o i'i i-..? the ? .th 1.nf iI ,
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BKADFORD coUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAEKE, FLORIDA -- -- .._ '-'_ "-0__' _
nuDAMARCIl l!, 1954

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t above named Court Bidg Jacksonville. Florida. da, this ;: da> if F-Br.iary. A.O and address ta 'f SS Park Place,
and
SW, of SWV.of cause and
IN Southeast -orner of '
weekend THE NAME AND BY THE
Sew fork
Meadville Pa., were 1954. Fails
2 19 4t S 1i Niagara
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'TTTTKeystone Attvs for Plf. >
said :28, thenet- North i you are required to serve a copy of
Section run
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF i ,FFl' !.\L, S- > ''larifh A Darn) Y i. art squired 'i appear OB. ;
of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wal- 08 East your answer or pleading to tht
guests 17 3* mm iel. '
FLORIDATO degrees ,.plai | In The Circuit Co rt"Of Tm* Eighth lerk ': :UK: i-n: 'led <>ur' Mar,'h ZJ :.954!I 1-1 alt ante Named I
I 2oi it the llalaifreAttorney i
on
rath Sr. ALL WHOM: : IT MAY CONCERN 1057.23 ft. toNock extension I T. Judicial Circuit Of Florida In By Marian L. Cr..aby, Deputy t lrk Com cud cause wnereiu plaintiff ;;i,
Heightsby AND to all persons and parties of the & S of J. G I Frank Landrum I And For Bradford County: In Dayton! & Dayton. Solicitor for i seeks:, divorce Bradford bounty ;
I Mrs. P. F. Haskins, who was having or claiming any right Alvarez Addition to the City jf Starke. Florida I Chancery '' Plaintiff, P. \.'. Box 444. Dade City, i I Telegraph shall publish this Orderin ,

I up from Ocala last week staying title, interest estate, mortgage or Starke, Florida according to Plat, and the file Clerk the of riginal the In the officeof Grace P. Sheehan, Plaintiff vs'l('I Florida. :.'19 4t 3,11"tnllit I next four weekly issues. l j
Book 1 Circuit
recorded in Original Plat Court
other lien '
Sirs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA to or on those certain James V. Sheehan. Jr.,
I hand and official seal
Mrs. on or before the Witness my j
with her daughter, Robert II (also recorded in Renumbered .
parcels of land, hereinafter described page Bill To !Set Aside Divorce Decree..Notice .
22 IB { Court. Bradford County Florida, this February 11,
day .f March. Starke
Jackson, tells us that Hayden and the following: persons Plat Book 1, page 23) public otherwise the 1954; : To File Written Defenses Florida la Chancery.James ;lat ,
I together with all unknown persons records of Bradford County, Florida. allegations of said State of Florida To James V. Sheehan (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Haskins has been elected presi- claiming by. through or under Containing 0.04S acres, more or less, Complaint wia be taken. as con- Jr., 'whose address is: Sgt. ': W. Keys, Plaintiff, vs. As Clerk of said Court t
fessed Defendant. I
their last by Fotene P. Keys
The Club at
Rotary known who dead, exclusive of right of way of said you. James V. Sheehan Jr., RA 32-018- 'I'
dent of the Key Club in Ocala and persons are or This notice shall be publishedonce Case No. 18-265) By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
meeting elected officers for the! who are not known to be dead or Walnut Street.IS 992, Company C, Fourth Armored
the honor carries with it a two alive: OWNED BY H. E. Tucker and each week for four consecutive Cavalry Reconaissance Battalion, !,Order Of Publication And Notice Ta Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty LIfe
new beginning: July 1. Those : weeks in the Bradford County Tele- *> Stan Of Florida Tot "Bldg.. Jacksonville, Fla.
year wife Annette L. Tucker fi O 174, c/o Postmaster, New York, Appear; I
weeks trip next summer, financed Names & Addresaea
Section 2301- graph. Pit. !/U 4t IltS
I Fetece P. : who residence Attys. for
:ew York, a better and more particular .veys o
ident Dated
elected were Pre Huntley SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE:
113 Dated
Club State Road ZOO Bradford this 17 da.of February,
by the Kiwanis address to Plaintiff un-
being .
CountyJ July 11. 1951, from H. E. Tucker 15.:
Edward -
Redfearn ,
; Secretary Mrs. Nettie Young of Jackson- P. Young and wife Annette L. Tucker, IN (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby known: I I'I ,
Hussey; Directors Richard! Hutchinson -i Address UnknownElla FAVOR OF: Ida B. Alexander recorded Clerk You are hereby notified that a
ville has moved into one of Mr. D. Young in Book !6, page 3S>. of the Circuit Court. suit has been brough against you in
By Marian
Donald Christoffers, U Crosby, Clerk.
Dr. Deputy
Administr the Circuit Court of Bradford County -
LIKE
I Stitchberry's cottages on Citrus Address UnknownIL (Ida B. Alexander, as -
G-E. Wiggins, and Gordon Adams. E. Tucker trix of the estate of J. I?. Alex 2/19 4t 3/12 Flo- ia. in Chancery by Grace
Ave. She is building a home on ander. deceased. P. She' an. Plaintiff, and you are
Cot John McDowall will be song Starke FloridaAnnette In Circuit onrt., Bradford County I thereby required to file (personally
Brooklyn Lake.P. L. Tucker You, and each of you, are hereby I
Florida the Clerk of
with
leader and Benjamin F. Rese will ; ; In Chancery or by attorney)
Starke, Florida
commanded in the en-
to
W. Pete Rivers is in River appear Giovanni I'etrella, Plaintiff vs. the said Court your written
( )
be Plans for a Ida B. Alexander titled court on the 5th day of April. Fill of
sergeant-at-arms. Mariana D'Ciio Petrella. t ses, if any, to the deft'n-j I
side Hospital in Jacksonville for Starke. Florida 1354, to show what right title interest in said suit, and to serve a
ladies night and & banquet at Ida B. Alexander, Administratrix or liens, you or any of you Case No. 10-333 said written defunf s upo-i ?
the installation of the officers will observation. of the Estate of J. B. Alex- have in and to any of the above described Order Appear of Publication and Notice To & Dayton P. O. Bo 444 Dade City WRESTLING
and j Last Saturday afternoon at the Mariana
be announced later. Starke, Florida the same should not be taken for D'Orio Petrella. whose on or before the 22nd day of March,
intersection of Highways 100 and Section 2801-113 itate:; Road ZOO the uses and purposes set forth in residence and address is: 907 A.D., 1954.The .
At the meeting of the Commu- LTadford County the pet'tion filed herein. Chalkston Avenue, Providence, I nature and purpose of this
21, a truck load of pulpwood over- Rhode Island. is to set aside divorce
nity Church Women on Tuesday, Parcel No. 8 Right of /'ay TAKE NOTICE That a Declara- You are required te proceedings
on
appear
turned and caused quite a stir. SRD No. 8 tion of Tak- has been filed in the decree.
March
? 22, 1954 la the above I
that
announced nam-
:March 2, it wa A parcel of land across the above styled by the petitioner ed Co' Herein fall not or decree pro con-
The brakes on the truck ailed au:!e .n and cause, wherein plaintiff Don't miss of the good
the church will hold a friendship East side of the following described the acquiring authority of these seeks divorce. fesso will be entered against you. any
and the truck went through the The ETadford County Telegraph a
land: proceedings, the taking of the
welcor the new 01 Bradford County Telegraph shall clrculat. 'n in
dinner to of general :
many I[ red light. The driver swerved to Beginning at the Southwest cor- above described lands, for the pur. publish this Order in next four Bradford newspaper County, is hereby a. ijg> Shows on WJHP-TV,
members who have been received ner of Lafayette Street and South pose set forth n the petition in weekly issues. which
I avoid a collision with an oncom- Walnut Street, in the City of Starke, this viz A.- right: of fora nated as the newspaper in
recently. It will be a covered dish I cause : way. Witness my hand and official this notice shall be published once a Channel 36.
ing car and the load toppled over. and running :Southerly along the portion of Statlioau "00, in seal at atarke. Florida. this 17 Feb- week for four consecutive pusiic. -
au;/per in the Woman's Club and West line of South Walnut Street Bradford County, Florida, and that ruary. 1954.OFFICIAL. to the said 22nd day o' I ,
tions prior I
the new members will be guests. Some of the load hit the door of 276 feet for point of beginning; one of the Judges of the Circuit ( SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs March, A.D., 1954.Wlt'Ii'S We guarantee the finest
the car causing about $35 damage.Mrs. thence Southerly along the West Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuitof Clerk of said Co I-t. hand as Clerk and theM.U
Others will bring a covered dish line of South Walnut Street 101.0 Florida wl' on the 15th day of P.y Marian L Crosby Deputy Clf'. k !' my in Starke Flori-
Court
and their table setting a Jack Hill was in the middle feet; thence West 188.5 feet to the March. A.D., 1954 at 9:30 o'clockin Charles H. Hess. 20* Guaranty Life of said reception possible.
own *
of the melee with a car carrying Last line of Adams Street; thence the forem ',n thereof, in Circuit
usual. The date is Friday March i Northerly along the East line of Court Chambers in Bradford County We've had far more training
several passengers but we under- 'Adams Street 156.8 feet; thence Court House at Starke, Florida,
19. stand no damage was done eitherto I Easterly 180 feet to the point of (consider said Declaration of Tak- I
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crandall of her car or her Nobody !beginning.Said ing, appotn. tppraisers and make For All Types Pest Control; Phone or Write and experience in UHF
passengers. strip of land being 1.95 feet such order *s the Court deems prop
was hurt. in width on the North end and 2.48 er. than anyone else in this area.
feet in width on the South end. All parties to t..e suit and all partied FLORIDA PEST CONTROL 0
Mrs. Ella Bird is still in Alachua I 1
Containing 204 square feet, more intereste-1 may appear and be 1
FILL DIRTGOOD General Hospital in Gainesville, or I<-BS. heard at the time and pUce desig- I
AND CHEMICAL CO.
AGREEMENT FOR DEED: September nated.WITNESS.
and Mrs. Baxter is still in Riverside
IS, 1940 from Ella Kate Swin- hand and this seal
my I
RICH Hospital, Jacksonville. yer IN FAVOR of Olive Rumpol- of said Court n this 3rd day of 2220 N W 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla

Book 13, page 107. March. A.D., 19&4. DEMPSEY R. SA .)P, Owner
ASSIGNMENT OF AGREEMENTFOR OFFICIAL SAL) Charles A. Darh
DEED: January 24. 1941 Court of Br Chas.' C. SHEPHERD I
TOP SOILSee la The Circuit Court Of The Eighth Clerk of Circuit u-
Judicial Circuit la Aad For Brad from Olive Rumpol IN FAVOR ford Coui ty. Florida MOSS CONTROLPECAN
ford Coaaty, Florida OF J. P. Young and wife, Ella D. HOLLIS V. KNIGHT
Law fie. 6003 Young-recorded In Book 4, pageParce'l County Attorney TREES SHA1' TREES, ETC.
324. Starke, Florida 3/5 4t26
NOTICE OF ROLE !NISI
BRADFORD COUNTY FLO- No. 15 Right of Way -_ Contact Us Now For Estimates TV' RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERING
SRD No. 15 & No. 16
BILL JACKSON RIDA. a political subdivision ) That part of a parcel of land de. NOTICU: TO APPEAR Termite Control)
of the State of Florida )
o scribed by metes and bounds as follows IB Circuit Court Bradford Coo it.-
Jackson Transfer Compan; Petitioner > : > Florida Ib Chancery.Felix .
.vs.- ) I Griffin Plaintiff vs. Lottie Household & Commercial PHONE 239 STARKE, FLORIDA
Phone 165 J. P YOUNG, et al., ) From the point of the Intersec- Mae Griffin, Defendant. ....
Defendants. ) tion of the South line of Section Case No. 10-36'
Notiee Of Eminent Uoauda Proeeed- 28, Township 6 South, Range 22 Vet Ice To Ar>..r. Exterminating
East with the Westerly right of .
laa '
way line of State Road No. 200 To: Lottie Mae Griffin whose residence Rodent Control ,
and address is: c/o W. G.
run North 17 42 In It's SHEP'S TV
degrees. min. Baysden, Route, Kinston. North Tampa
East being along the Westerly Carolina. Il SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK
line of said State Road No. 200
FOR PROFITABLE CROPSUSE for a distance of 366.97 feet to You are hereby notified that a :

an iron stake for a point of be- suit been for filed Divan in the :_:,...,.,:..,_:::_ ..-_.-, ... ;::-_ i_ >:-._ -:::- ,:. :_ >,::",_-::"_,_ ;J'
ginning and from the point vf. oas against you
beginning thus described run' --
North U degrees, 18 min. West I

.,.._.. ,..:..H.I,<<<<::'." ... .' for a distance of 254 feet to an I '
': "" :J:) i
iron stake thence run North 43
.Ft. tllWtS, degrees 50 min. East a distance ''I
;
of 229.25
feet the
to South
rightof
......_ ,.""" ,-_: way line of Wanes Branch of xd r x a a
Seaboard Air Line Railway ,
thence run South Si degrees )1''\:,
I II min. East along the Southerl
I line of said Railway right of The Crestline Skyliner
II way for a distance of 64.63 fVrt 'I Ito

I a half inch iron stake, then.- ;' It's: another Ford first in st; iing .
Jt1DkJWLAI run Easterly along the arc vr a
curve (which curve has a radiunif I another Ford exclus ve in .

722.59 feet and is concave to the low-price Geld Its tinted
the North and has a chord which .
1 rum the half-inch iron stake I transparent roof-panel gi> *s an :. jt ''Jt + Y '" .
lam aforesaid bears South $9 feeling Choose eulor "
gi, nt>. 15 min. East a distance open car f j,
'4 10 feet to the iron stake de-I J the 115-h.p. I-I-block Six or 130l l 7 -.- --- -- 4----------- 0 _;
r ... .. .
m-reinafter mentioned) to an of h.p. Y-block V-8, the greatest j i ...I.M -' -- -
-.ik! set at the intersection
::w f ;It.: South line of said Railwayi engine advances since the original \
iKtit of way with the Westerlyi ) Ford V-8.
r.t' of said State Road 200 a dls- '
""r"tFP1sttcL4 '.u'-a, of 248.0.1 feet to said Point ;
"t beginning being situate in the
1: s/ >\\ 14 of SWU\ of Section 28, !
Township 6 South Range 22
r:.,'t. .

Sold By feet 1.KSS: thereof and except the South 420 a.. wiwwwr..n N .rt.-..... .._ ..,.1..w+..c..>--.... :.+4zn. __ ._ .. _._ __.. ...._.. .
lying West of and within 40 feet
of the survey line of State Road
200 Section 2801 said survey line
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYCARL I
being described as follow:
Beginning on the South line of
of Section 28. Township -
SWSi of SW\i
JOHNS 6 South, Range :22! East at a
point 451.0 feet Westerly from the

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1 GUARD ficer. "I believe that it 13 a record I olf for this training." otherwise the allegations cf Bald ,scribed lands, for the purpose set .will on the lain day of Mar J h A.).. ,d.,1IU. proper. March A.D. J954.

: that will stand a long time." At the present time there are a ,(bill of complaint will be taken as :forth In the petition in thU cause 1954.. at 9:50 o'clock in tr.c furrr-.o n. !' All pares tc the suit and al (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dub
,
I confessed by you. vii: As right of way for a. portion i thereof in Circuit Court Chanu.,. parties interested .u, appear and Clerk of Circuit Court of
NEWS NOTESFight The following key noncommissioned few openings in the company andit This notioe shall be publishedonce ,of Stale Road 18, In Bradford County. Bradford County Court liocsb at i& heard ot the tifna and place Bradford County, Florida.
I II is desired to have these filled. each week for.four consecutive Florida &Ddthat one of the Illl Florida, consider said Dec!- ;'deeIgand. i
HOLLIS V. KNIGHT
officers recently reenlisted i weeks In the Bradford County Judges of the Circuit Court of the of Takingappoint appraisers I I i I
members of Headquarters at the expiration of their 'as soon as possible. All information Telegraph a newspaper of general Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida .i and make such order as the Court'I Wr'IES*- my hand and this seal County Attorney
circulation In Bradford I ipf I bald C't urt on this Ird day of Starke. Florida 5,5 n 1, '
have been recommended County I I 1
Company: concering:enlistmenu and the; I .
I three-year enlistment: Sgt. JosephN. 1'1orlda. .,---
for the Florida Service Ribbon] Warren Sgt. Kenneth D. Nor advantages of being in the Guard I Dated this 24 day of February.

upon completion of five years of man. Cpl. Lynn D. Hamilton, and may be obtained by visiting or I 1954.(OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A. Darby Df THX CIRCUIT COURT or THE IN':each of the years 1954 to 1' 5. both m ;Jour i ef cent -at pe- t".t>um, payable''Public Instruction of St. Lude Cbcaty
Service in the Florida National calling the Clerk Circuit Court SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. elusive. (Isem1'.nDual4"F .a Mair f. and September -: Flonda. la the deDomination of $lKi)
Sic Frank W. Dryden Jr. armory. Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ASD FOR LEON COUNTY FLORIDA $1. 30,000.00 State School Bonds to te| 1 of urn year ;! I' lUriD, serially each dated March 1. 1954. bearing interest -
Guard. They are: Lt. Rodney P. I By IIZI U aM ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Issued for and on behalf of the Borrd ''in earns insuilner t la Uarct 1 of at a rate or rates not to kzcsel

I Hall SFC Frank W. Dryden Jr., Jf-w enlistees, in the companyare I, STATE BOARD OF KDUCA1zooriwamA.ibody- of Public Instruction of B.y ,.|I. -h of .uie yean K5 so 1>. beth la-,'tour per centum per annum payafclo
Pfc. John J. and Warren NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida in U.e denoroisato. of li, c! ..ve. --& ca March I and Septeas.
SFC Ben C. Holtzendorf Jr. SFC Spencer NOTICE T* APFEAB .' IB Ctttmlt .oan. Bradford Ctmmtj corporate under Sections Ssndl3ofArttcteWOtttte each dated March 1. ISM. beating interest $46l.OA O Stale --uo<4 Bonds to be bet 1 of each year and maturity serially

George A. Wfc'kler Sgt. John L. J. Starling. Both have prior la Cirntt Ce>art. Bradford C...*, F'.ri4al I. C1Ian ) four at a rate or rates not j exr M 'slued Ir aad i bea U cf the Board rf'ill annual installnsfnts on March 1 of
i Plaintiff. Carrie ContUtutiM of the cUte of tnonea per centum per unu'. pjyab c,Public jwtrucUuo ct Hoimcsj Coratj.Ffcrtfa. ell of toe yean Itot to 1875 both Iadusiye. -
active Pfc. Howard M. Mott Florida IB. Csjmery Frank Morris. vs.
duty. leaii-annually March
W. Teston t on I and $ -t a.- ; .
Alvarez Sgt. Oorge a'PUtloe.r In the deomucatiaa cf
Jerry S. Coby. Plaintiff vs. Pauline Morris, Defend bet' 1 of each and I1.00C
recently transferred to a unit In nt.CUe No. 1035 ) year uu&jring ritrj each d..W Ya"'Ch J. tOM, bwin in-I fft OO.OO SUU Sdtoel Bonds M 1.
CpL Clifton E. Gtiflls and CpL Coby. in annual installments or March 1 of
Defendant.C.i&e Sri. I l..eno 6t a lift or r. i not to exceed and on behalf ot tht Board..
I West Palm Beach, where he Is No. 10-864 Kotlce T. ApM TBS STATE 07 FLOIUDA t each of the rea, 19S4 to 1" 5, bcth in- 'or |
Ray F Griffist per crntujir annum payable liuuedar of Santa BOM County,
employed. Nottc* T. A. *.lI To: Carne Morris whose resident eta!.. elusive. emi-annuatily on jkfvcti 1 aW Sept-n- tte denomination of 31,000
"All of these men have been with To: Pauline Coby whose residence and addresa ia: SalisburY. North Eeepoodgg.o r. 1225,000.09 State Sao SoiuU M >er I cf each year *ud 3 tvruig serially ,each dated March 1. 1954 bearing interest -
, the unit five years or longer." The following men were recently and addre ia: 17(1 Moore's Mill Carolina. THE STATE or FLORIDA AND Issued for and oa behalf of ifc Board ef .II annual 1 uilm-mt p hard 01 at a rau or not to exceed
Road. Atlanta, Georgia. You are hereby nouns that a THK SEVERAL P9OPEKTY OWN- Public Instruction rf Bradford County.I efcch ol ... year t*** tc i75 bcJs in- four per centum per anaum. payabl
said Lt.. Randal F. Cutty. com promoted to be private first You are hereby notified that a alt for KB3. TAXPAYEB3. .CITIZENS AND Florida. ia tte K.cminathn_" <,l $ -IUS C Iseml-annuaCJy ou March 1 and September

commander. "It is the work class: Owen R. Alvarez Jr., Zack suit for Divorce the OTHEBS HAVING OB CLAIMING '.. dated March ', 154, fx.ring interest 15eO,1II. 00 Slaw S-v.x4 Bond to be 1 of each year and maturing stcUU
pany Divorce baa been filed against yon .In ANY RIGHT. TITUE QB INTEREST at a rate or rates not to er .d issued tut and on benat'f of the b.iard,in annual Installments on March 1 of
of these and others who have devoted -,Crawford Lamar R. Crosby Leslie has been filed against you In the above named Court and cause and IN THB PEOPEHTY TO BE AFrBCTED four per centum jr uuium, pa' i' ..emnlaniiua11y I of Public I struci-an at V.0 .oty. E. above named Court and cause aad yon are required to serve a copy of BY THE ISSUANCE BYTE on Ma.eft i and SePtember -I Florida, M the dcnatcinatioa of fl.uOtieicb. .
much time to the Guard A. Davis Wayne Douglas of answer or pleading to the STATE BOARD OP EDUCATION 1 of each year and -natuting serial!?
you are required to aerve a copy your d ted Marcti 1, IK*, bearing In- tlWC.000.08 State School Bond to bf
that makes ours an outstandingunit" I Joel S. Jackson Jack T. Judd. and your anewer or pleading to the complaint ecroplaint on the Plaintiffs or )} A BODY CORPORATE '.IB annual instaUmenta on March 1 ot ,terest at s ue or ra not to exceed I issued tor and on behalf of the Board Of
'I Ned W. on the Plaintiff* Attorney Attorneys Williams & Futch. r. OF THE STATE OF FLOR ,each of the yean HIS to !. both in-:Ifoir pe Centura per annum payable Public InstrucLcfi of Sarasota County.Ylonda .
Pringle. Joseph K. Skipper. 221 Graham O. Pox 183. Starke. Florida IDA. PURSUANT TO SECTIONS aI ,clusive. semi-ac I lilly oo Uar i 1 ant September I in the cenoaunaUin of $Ltt4eacn.
The average drill attendance "The unit will have its first Building Jacksonville Florida and file the original In the office of \ AND U OR ARTICLE XII OF THE $400WO.OO SUle Schoul BeIs, 10 o *ch year and maturuig swishy! dated Marco 1. 1954, bearing ia1 -
and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I CONSTITUTION OF FLORIDA. OF issued for and on behalf of tar Boer at..i'i a TO-! liMtailmenlo n March i of 1 i tern at a rate or rates cot to exceed
in Headquarters company 'for weekend training on March 27- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or or before the S30J71,600.M STATE SCHOOL BONDS!,Public Instruction of Calboun Coutiy, e n > f the }ears :956 to !. bo-. io- four per centum per annum Pl1aQA
Febmar> was 99 per cent. 28." said Lt. Chitty. "This before the 22 day of March, 1954 22 day of March. 1954; ISSUED FOR AND ON BEHALF OF FkKida in the deoominatKRi of $!,0to 0sivp.I iem1-illDUoI"'Y on March 1 and September .
range otherwise the allegations of Aid otherwise the allegations of said THE BOARDS Off PUBLIC IN. each dated March 1, 1954 bearir.g interest -1 "f .000.00 tate School Bonds vi hi' 1 of each year and maturing seruuiy
"This Is outstanding for .any unit firing of the various weapons is Complaint will be taken as cinftsf- 'omplalnt will be taken as confe'aed STRUCTION OFALACHUACOUNTY,! at a rate or rates not to excd '1501 for ano on behalf of the Boar of 1111 ana.ial insta.lmenis Wl March 1 IIC
and the by you. BAKER COUNTY. BAY COUNTY!i four per crntum per annum payable:P. blk Instruction uf Liberty Couity.K1 ..''each rf UM jean loot to 1S75 both ta-
highest average that I essential training and it is imperative ed by you fclunfcd;. This notice shall be published I BKADFORO COUNTY. CALHOUN seml-anaualiy on March 1 and September rtu. m the denomjeauon of $i.( ciusve.UOwM.

know of since the Guard has been that all men attend. Em- This each notice week shall for four be consecutive pu once ecn week f.' four consecutive .;! COUNTY.CITBUS COUNTY.COLLIEH' I of each rear and maturing seriallyin 'Ca. nJ:ted March 1 1954. bearing! uItei ,-i I $ Stale School Bonds U M.issued
once I' weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph COUNTY COLUMBIA COUNTY' annual Installments on March 1 of, *"! t a rat. or rate not to exceed., ion an4 on behalf of toe BocraotiPublic
re-activated said Capt. Hugh B. ployers ate urged to cooperateby weeks in the Bradford County .die- : DADS COUNTY ESCAMBIA COUNTY. .![!each of the years 1956 to 1975, both inclusive. ,f'-. pez cenbut per annum payable instruction of Tayuc county

Ingram Jr, battalion training of allowing their employees to get graph. Dated this IT Day of February. GADSDEN COUNTY HARDER:, I Iceuu aiu.uaUy en Wzrch I and Septeuv,Konda. in tte cwnomlaatwa Gf $1.003
Dated this 18 day of F f.r. I
1954. /OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DuyI "I HOLMES COUNTY. LEE COUNTY. I i&iued for and on behalf of the Board of In ai.n.J &.lmen., on Varch I of> at a rate or rates not 10 exceed
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles fcar' y Clerk of the Circuit Court : LIBERTY COUNTY. MADISON Public Instruction of Citrus County I each fJ years 19< V> 1975. both l.i- tour per centum per annum payate
i Clerk ot the Circuit Oourt. I '! Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. I. COUNTY MARION COUNTY. OKA-."Florida in the denomination of $1,000 elusive I''semi-annuaJy! on March 1 and Septem-
By Marian L Crosby Depute Clerk / 2/19 4t 3/1Z H LOOSA COUNTY. OSCEOLA COUN. each dated March 1. Ifc>4. bearing interest $713.0 *, St ScbooJ Bonds to Oft lot seen jeer end outunng aerially
2/19 it /12 i __ i. j i. TY. PASCO COCNTY at a rate or rates not to exceed I Issued fee -r1 i bett; of the Soars{ ,ir annual InsUUmenta on March 1 efol
And Now- is The C1r'eitviifIOt Tke'!*thJatleUl i! COUNTY. ST. JOHNS PDrELLASI four per centum per annum payable Public In-truo'. -. of ladison County.i_'b ins yean 195 to Ifli, both la-
I XOTICK TO.APPEAR Circuit IB &u For Is LUCE COUNTY. emlannually on MardI 1 and September Florida, i e den cjO2tion at $10001:III/e.
!. Circuit CoBrt. Bradford CottBty, Florida.Law I IT COUNTY SABASOTA COUNTY. 1 of each year and maturing serially each iiat March 1, l04. bearing interest ,
Florldai la Chaarcry.Everett Bradford Cou3 r, I I TAYLOR COUNTY AND WALTON]in annual InstaUments on Marcb X of .t. itt or raies cot to exceed I, $714,600.01 SUU School Bonus U be
HurSbart Plaintiff TS. No. bOOsNOTICE I I. COUNTY. FLORIDA. HEREINAFTER each of the yean ISM to m,. both in. four per ct urn per annum, payable i I izaitd sot and oa bed d of the Board efPtullc
OF RULE NISI iMtrucboa of Walton
IWcCIIJe Presents Shirley Hurlburt Defendant .'MORE PAHKOTLARtYDBSCRfflED. Cftsive. sen> -.ua\ f en March t and September ] County,
Case No. 1034SNetle BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ) !. .OH TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY fm.ooo.oo State School Bonds to be 1 cf ead year -nd atluring SeriallY !tlonoa it \t.e dcnamlnatiao of f1.M
T a political subdivision ) THEREBY: I Issued for and on behalf of the Board of in acauAl tnsv meat- -. tttzfB 1 of each dated KanJt i, 1854, bttiu* In.1wrss -
A.pHI. of the state of Florida ) + Public Inn ruction of Collier .achoftheyea'i125f both Inclusive. M i. rat M taUs net to exceed
To: Shirley Hnrlbnrt whose residence The State of Florida, through the County, o ins. lour
Is 820 Beach Petitioner,. ) State tbe Florida la tre deoomlnafkn of $ .ooo I I11.7oo.0 per ctcua per annum. psyabi.
and address : Attorney o| Fir* Judicial
Pdcked s.u- uwtiy on kUrck i end Septsa-
The Feature Itth Street. Far Rockaway. Long --v&- ) Circuit In. sod (or I'. Otutowa each dated Mardi 1. US4 beanlngin- .' .)tato Svboe 'Bor.dr to be'. Ur 1 of kIi tad
year maturing
Island..New York. J. R. CREW3et al., ) Side BOB ted tfaltoa Counties. florid terest at a rate or rate not to exceed Issued for ad P- befcarf cf tot Board cf,\.' ai ntal iaitaUsveatt en March ttrtaitr.a i gt
You are hereby notified that a- Defendants. ) I *, fee Second Judicial Circuit In end four per oentuia per ac&ura payable Public JD ju&tvit of Marina Crunty.nondi .,!each cf lbs
1to 1tT. pod. kk
*- semi-apnuaUy vurctv 1 and tu the 1en nln tkxa of i >
cult for Ntle Of Cmr D Mla PrwcfIN for Gtdsdco ant Liberty Counties, ott September H.OUO
Divorce .1. Florida the Third Judicial Circuit toad 1 of each year and maturing serially each, dated M n-h L 19E, bearing iaterest ciutive
Model99" 'hu been flied against you In the THE tfAME AND BY. 'THE Jar Columbia Mtdi#>n end Taylor la annual Installments on March 1 of at. r r. above named Court and CMM and AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OFF1XJB.IDA CouuUtJ Flondi. the Fifth JuiicUl each of the yean K6t to 1973 botfc iccludve. per cent., per mourn payable boLfle frfinj con lowl In \9 Betitkxfcheroa
.' .4----,. i &-e required to serve a copy of Circuit la and for Citrui and MariocCountiej. 1 JsemV-igaoaUy Mink 1 aDd September and exhIbits attached U rtj
,, you pleading to- the TO AU WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Tlorida. tr.e Sixth JudicialCircuit f.. Slate School Bonda to be t eacn yeah .nd srtunnf serially 11I4rr
,. your answer or and in and **'paq nd PlnelluCouoU Issued for and on behalf ohM Board of 11Th i annua: iastalftnenl .a March 1 of a roaruiR ofeotKxD ttt tfci .
the Plaintiff* AND to all jw-
'" complaint on persons Public Instruction of : teach '., ISao mi Met be pubUBbed eacb
: 4Ioi Florida de Seventh Columbia CounVr. jean to both m. oaa VMS ta
fa I At'oEven T. Evan .10} tea having or claiming any rlg t
lwUCl&l1 Florida in tte deaomlntttoo tl fl, tore ooovcrubvi .eeJu ID ibe GaIn.
Ujjh Circuit in and for St. John jt'Iu6hr.
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t ,II' Law. _cbange Building, title interest estate, mortfrago or
,' '1'1ond,. the ElgUCi Judicial) each dated March 1K*, ot ncg it-! XKU* os-> scy.xitonida tibe villa Ditty BUB a MwtpajM pubhaag4
11..,. .,:': ;," itts. I I eonvult. Florida other lien to or on those certain par- I and for Alachua. Baker aacT BuJfortCcnntiM. I terest at a rat or ?at.a DCS to erctco 'issued fi i and j.i beha'f' of the J3..aN of:ia Alachua County; Uw AUPrtit. C
In the office of
t Ult &nd rtlo tht. origInal eels of land hereinafter described lout Public liutntzUm t. .
Florida. tin Ninth JudlttU itt eenU'JC per annum payaV o' -oeaj County. a ctwsj-ij pubUched ui bake
.'.. : I lihfc riurk of tbe Clrcvlt Court Olf and tha following persons together'' Circuit la and for OsctoU and 5t LudaCauntlo. I semi- oaually or March suit SepteiB'Florida, i: tte deEouinat- of tl,6UOea County; the Panama City Ktwa-HenUii.
.Y'I or bef-r the with all unknown persons claiming Florida. tb 1. Tenth JudUal bet 1 of each year and xauirlAg serUO -h. datea March 1. It'l. bearing interest a ncc uper publisbed 1q. Bay CouMy;
I 22 day of Marcn. 114; by. through or under known j>er- Crcult in and for Eardee aad Highland in annual iasUllmeou ec Morca 1 of at a rate or rate not 10 exceed the Bradford County Telegraph, a o.,f
CHAIN otherwise the allegations oaaij. KIna who are dead or who are not Counties. Florida the Eleventh Judicial' each jf the yean 19V. to :*75, both in-.I' .r per eatum per 1.-, payable.paper pubUjtieQ ut Br aofcTd Cdti&tys
McCUUOC H I Complaint will be taken as cor.teas 1 known to bt dud or alive: Circuit in and for Dads County Florida duoiva. mJ-lllllua11y ca )kaic 1 a&d feptem- The County Bdor4. a an)pa ef PJ&lUhed -
'SAWS fc by you, I J. K. CREWS 44 StljasonKoa4 Che Twelflb Judicial Circuit In anti for t9.TM.000.00 SUU **.xl Bondf .0 boo,|..dif e*.:iye r and iturinf serially ia CaiLoua County the Citru
'his notice ihalT ue published Jacksonville Florida Collier lee and Sarasota CountiM. ',,issued for and su teftaif of tht Beard In annual insUHmarU ea Mush I of,iCounty Croiuci, a t.e wja9er pub
o ,e *ach week for four coasetuuv* ELSIE CREWS 444 StimsonHoad. Florida end tbe Fourtepnth. oIl14t.I1I of Public Instruction of tIed County. each .,( the jea .- 1t. u IKi 1>HS In- ':liubed!+ In Ciirui County taa CoUiurICvuntf
Gte.xi is the only word e..this'heavy"duw'chain eiu In the Bradford. County Tele. Jacksonville Florida. Circuit la and (or Bay Calhoun and Florida in tr.a den>-itlon of $1 009 clu- ': Nt*. a newspaper pubikhed ia
If ,ph I SECTION S804-I01. STATE ROAD Holmes Counties Florida and the iv- each dated March 1. ISM. '-e.1DoI In- III JOO.On SU. School Bond to be Collier Count}, UM Lt City Beporter,
saw t.at: has tht whole country talking Date this 15 day of February. I :. BRADFORD COUNTY. eral. property owners. tacpajen citl- tereat at a rate or r.tea not to exced iss ed for. and ... behalf of MM ixwrd '''la I Be .*pa]>er p.tdiihei u C
1)IS4 .4 SliD lena and othen having claimIng four per centum per &mu.t pa/able of Pub Instruction of Occeoea Couiit,i Count}; ue Miami Htraia i newepapep
Parcel No. 41. Right of Way or any
Perforuiance ts written all over 'this fine production'tool (OFFICIAL SEAL Caarui A. Darby No. 44.That rlfht. title or Interest in property U be semi-annuaJly on Mardi 1 and 5e1 "- rJoo1d., in U.e d. ornlaatan gf UffK.c I I.published la Oade County u.eco ,
which all the latest improvements in marvelous Clerk of the Circuit Court of afiacted by the issuance by the State ber 1 of eacn year end maturnt _laIN. u. dale-i Marco O4. tearing interest -a Journal a oewvapcr puw he-J Ia
incorporates a TeDuty Clerk pxrt : in annual instaliments h at rate not ueeediIfuir ,I E) cambU, COIl toe GadsJen
By Marian U Crosby Boerd of Education of Florida a bob 1 on Mar i ct a or ru' to nil; OoucSy
two<\de. ar coolcJ engine with excess power for high I /11 4t 3/12 Lots k and 9. Clock 7 of Ward corporate of the State of Florida under'each of the years leSe to 1375. bc'i Inelusive. per "...ii per annum. pay.b"'i, Times a newspaper .uulUhad to Ud'ac
City (Brooker) according to Pat Sections 3 and 18 o/ Article XII of the '.- "; illj oa Mardi and IteIaI ,den County Ins Harcca County Bertbt
speed cutting in ewry kind and size of timber. recorded in Plat Book 1, Page II. ConaUtutiwi of Florida ol mSTl.OOG.00 I' $4.069.000.00 Sate Scrool Bonds '" b I ocr 1 IIf tIi year and t 'jiing .ua1111 a oewEpaper pvW11 k e 4 in Barde
Perfect with anj KOTICn OP ISTEJinON TO public records Bradford County State School Bonds dated March I, Issued for and on behalf of the B L.llarce.Ouplcd ruggedness complete I REGISTHR FICTITIOUS NAME Florida deecribed by metes 1954. hereinafter more particularly described >,Public Instruction of Escambla Co mly. each of ...e yean 1S56 k 13?}, tiifa inclusive. i paper published in H Cou& yi
tleper.dabilitx mal. the 99 an 'instrument of perfection. and bounds; as follows. or to be affected in any way 'Florida in the denomination of 41,000 the Ho.me County Advertuer. a rrw-
Notice Is hereby given that the Beginning at the Northeast come ttereby are hereby required to appear each dated March I, 1954 bearing interest !I $663 *00 Stale Sch 1 Bonds to U ,paper pubUcfaed in Holmes County; TIle
Blad-1*. ranging in length from 20 to (.0 inches,and a 20-inch undersigned under the provisionsof of Lot 8, Block 7 of said Ward City before the Circuit Court of Leon County' at a rate or rates cot to exceed tssuec.n (." beuij ti iie Bourd New Prea. a newspaper publtwed bt
how 20.85 Laws of Florida (ETooker) run thence Southwesterly Florida la the Second Judicial! Circuit of four per contain per annum. pa/bie i of Fuuiic Jjwtr .cttei. el P.unl1" Lea County: the iirwtol fret Pstse .
attachment available for with this Mc- Chapter .
jw are use I will register with the along the North line of said Lots aid State at the Court House in Tallahassee. semi-annually on March 1 and September -!'norlda In fe c.nomlnatioa ci i $1,000 jews?tctr putiiiihed in Liberty County;
Cullocii masterpiece Acts of IS41.Circuit Court In and for Sand S to the intersection of said Florida oo. the 31 at day of March 1 of each year and maturing serially leech d..ed UarJi 1, 1>, t irSig laIterest .I Ibe Enterprise a new4>a>erpuoliairfd
Clerk of the North line and the East right of 1964 at 10:00: o'clock. A.M.. and show in annual installments on March .' of! at rate .r Zaire net U exceed m Vadma Couno the Ocaia
The MoJel 9t). with full eight horsepower. is designed for Bradford Ceunty. State of Florida way line of State Road 18. Section cause why the prayen of the'petibon I leach of the years 1956 to 1975. both m- (four pe r i r per ann p y 20le .tai Banneri1 4 in
I upon receipt of proof of publicationof S94-2ul. run thence South 5 de filed in the above proceedings should not,,elusive. scmi-ann... uu March 1 .nd Eeptea-!Marl Coujt: The D_Ly Ulobe a'niHipfeper
all-thy.! ever day duty in heavy logging production this notice the fictitious name grees. S3 mln., 43 sec. West be granted and the 130, 71.000.00 State'I $800.000.00 State School Bonds to t*''bt r 1 of each year and maturing tedaUy 'I p-tbLahed ia Oaaioou County
here. of Starka Seafood & Poultry unde. along the East right of line of School Bonds therein described and:issued for and on behalf of the Board cf in annual instalimen <- Itarth I of the Kinslauoee Gazette. a Bewq aper
any which I am engaged in business at way the proceedings heretofore had authorizing -i,I Public Instruction of Gadsden County each of tie jean IK U7S. fr a In- published in Osceola County; Tbe Dd
said State Road 18 distance of 65
There's a McCulloch chain saw for every job: the light So. Walnut St.. Starke. Fla.: a the l.sum thereof validated and'''Florida. in tte denomination of $1,000 cl'isve. City Baaaer, a newspaper published bt
thence the
sole feet. run Easterly to I leach March interest *WdO.OOC State School Ponds tc tx
Leo Hunter Starke. Fla., confinned said State School Bonds eon- dated 1. 1954 bearing P.sXountJ'; The St Petersburg
Models W and 47. and the.great workhorse of the illdu try owner. East line of said Lot 8 at a point listing of the following described issues at a rate or rates not to exceed is .- for ,,nd on behalf of theBourdo1Pib.ic ; Timex .: newspaper publulied in Pin-

Model -MO. Prices $225.00 f.o.b. Los Dated this 5th day of March. A.D., 9E feet Southerly from the Point ot ef bonds: four per centum per annum payable; Ins;ruction of Picella Count;.,ei] s Ci.unly; the St Augusune Record
start at ng? Beginning, run thence Northerly Fioniij, the oV-omioation of
1954 at Starke. Bradford County. 'semi-annually on March 1 and SepteaI m $1,000 a newspaper pubu. .ltd :n St. Johns
Florida. alone the East line"of said Lot 8 $ ,-.. State Scbcol Bon Is to be,ber 1 of each year end maturing serially,,e CH. cited Man11jt testing in- ''County, the f. P.uct Ifewn Tribuae.
4t 3/2 a distance of 95 feet to the Pointof Issued for and en behalf of the Boardof I In annual installments on Marcn I of i\Ut 11II rdte cal not to exceed i a newspaper published in SL Lucia
Sales parts and service on McCulloch Chain Saws. Earth __ 3/5 Beginning. Containing 0.107 Public Infraction o?Alachus County each of the years 195S to 1l75. both In four per centum I' .muni \Tjible,'County The P. ess r7<.'-!". a newspaper
Drills and I Fire !acres. more or less. Florida in the denomination of 11.000 clusive. 'semi-nnualiy on itarc. 1 and atem-IpufelisL'j: m SanU Rosa Cjunty. the
Pumps. In TI.* Cireult Court of Florida each dated March 1, 1904 bearing Interest .I Bonds 'ben 1 cf each I '
IS OWNED BY: J. R. ctews and 400000.00 State School to be y< or "tunr irUIlyw ;1Sarac -e k1dZ'j 'I.-oe. < c.P"3P
nlghtk Jadlrlal Circuit Ia And wife, Elsie Crews. at a rate oc rates not to exceed I I Issued for and on behalf of the Board of annual 1r": Q.a un Mi.. 101;pjh:: ie For Bradford County. You. and each of you. are hereby four per centum per anuun, payable! I Public Instruction of Hardee County.i i each uf toe JlUI '"j* to I""4, joth in-ilcr Cci,' ':' Ntw, a new apcr pu4IllieJ -
Louis Cohen. Plaintiff vs. Sydelle commanded to appear in the entitled seral-annualty on March I and September Florida in the denomination of $1,000'dU&-e u Taylor County and TN
Cohen Defendant court on the Sib day cf April '.. In 1 of each year and maturing serially each dated March 1. 1954 bearing interest i I t7X.xe.UO FuU ScK-oi Pondj to be.Breeze, a i.jr"pr pubiiar.e4 in Wal-
1"1 1\\ 4 MODELS DIVORCE to show what right. .title interest. eact anr.ua1 of the installments 193! on March I of I at a rate or rates not to exceed lissue-i for itd.1l years to 1975 both inclusive. I I
NOTICE TO APPEAR four centum 'Public Instru.Lon John County
I|i or liens. you cr of haVe per per annum payable : of said newspapers U} be not lees tnaa
any
.I To: Sydelle Cohen. whose residence in and you. seml-annually on March I and September 1.rl. in tie der mu. aUou | .0,eighteen < !$) tiaya prior to the data
W AVAILABLEI to of the abcve descr"be4land"
and address ts 1963 70th any 349.000.00 State Svhool Bond, tc be': 1 of each year and maturing senaUy'taOv. dated March i 1U4. baa tag tntercjt here r..boH set for the hearing in
\ Street. Brooklyn New York Apart- I and show cause why the same issued for and on behalf of the Board'of in annual installments on March 1 el at a rae or .ate* DOt to exceed fonr, and manner M Kquired
I ment 10D: should net be taken for the uses and Fuhilc Instruction of Baker Cunty.1.each of the years 1956 to 1975. both bclu&lve. four ft cti 1pe' annum, 'livable I by Chsptrr 75, Florida Statute. .
You are hereby notified that a purposes set forth in the petition Florda.: la the denomination of $1.000 |.#rui-annualigr -m MiA i sod pt nber -i jame. am.DONR.
/J&ii'n3\' suit for divorce has been filed) I I filed herein. eoi d ted March I, IM bearish interest $486,000.1X1 Slate School Bond to I: 1 of each y-'; nd rut urlnf icriaUyin I I .r.d OnD ai Talbhaaee.
against you ia the abeve named TAKE NOTICE That a Declarationof at a rate or rate not to exceed ,issued for and on behalf of the 1..11 of' uinutl int'i menu on Mar h 1 of'TT rWd. tbb lit day of lOren 1 *1
court and causa and you are re. I Taking has been filed In the above four per cenUim per annum, paygte 1 PubUe In-tructlon of Highlands County earH of tie year 1956 v> 1975 oti in- W. MAY WALKER
to of an- I styled cause by the petitioner. the lemi.annually on March 1 and Septem- 'Florida In the deoombifUou of 11,000 !du jve.t Judge of the Circuit Court of
serve a
quired copy to the yoor bill of acquiring authority of these proceedings ber 1 of each year and maturing serially :'each dated March 1. IK. nearing I :-I *,r900.rj SUU .'hool Bondi to bt I tne Second Judicial Circuit ot
pleadings
FLORIDA SAW COMPANY swer complaint or on the plaintiffs attorney -i of the taking cf the above de. la annual installments ot. March 1 of terest at a rate or rates w. tu rccecj I ILsued for od en bt alf of the ard cf i Florida ia and for Uo County

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Presbyterian : iMaywo'Kl.. Califrnc< end ( :'r !: al>.I'1" a11fry. -Jt II .rrosi
up in a hurry I j I|1'\ h.*.. mailn f; a!drv,." i.- ';.'n--: .1.1I l Staff.-rd L Crews. :, i .11":1\| >fln! .. "J.r MI;,' mi* ,'Pi':1 .a'cd ,
I Mrs W C. Wan Mrs Leroy delucry. 1'.d.. Calif--r. i .ii-|"rt "I: y1." 4i; |I -H nl y !s. Hir r
Friday: March 1?, 3:30: p.m.. ; !I, You are hereby notified/ that a FOR HOOI. IKMRII -Mi,1,1 : i
Junior Choir practice.Sunday Lovell and Mrs W R HaL lo! |. uit for Ih+TRII'T 0\E _. FOR !M1IOOL BOABOI
visitors Jackson Divorce i .1" i tiKiM f f.ir s ni! r..i-i FOR tut ''loT' t o"Ijfi".O"! 'tTItICT Oll: !:
School 9:45: a.m Morning were business in ias hero filed against you In the 11 *** : "n- L..I'r\ t ', am .. it1 TRItT torn I h"reb> announce my c 4"> i -.
Worship 11 a.m. District Ral- ville Saturday b',v<. namrd Court and cause anu h.-T- ,. >\\ : ": -.r *!i ,>'!'1\.41! .! h.tvt I Nrri' > .'111''" un'. r:.> < and.da-y fen, School J'.oard. I-taut tIjawtvyK
Jack Ward son of Mr and fUll are required to serve a copy of I., 'n .i r--- .It.! ..1' 1': t 1 Men of the Church at Fairfield .. .
ly. : ur an.su-r .r parading to the o>rni > f.ir t" Srar' C.raham Primaries in May. 1 aaA pr ywner -
Church. 3 p.m. Youth Fellowship Mrs. W. C. Ward of Crescent Ga ;i plain* nn the Plaintiff At ornei 1 an in" 1mf'nt ., t ';ii .- and taxpayt-r and. ;f < .? ,
weeki i i Richard n Austin, 100 Smith .. .. .' w..I -. -\r ny district and "
last "
here a.l!
.'at The Tabernacle I Methodist Church :;supper meeting 6 p.m., adult ad- visited relatives I I Building Jaokttoqville. Florida I.rl1".I- f..r ..rr h., and otI, .., ,.t. .. I !.. the blst of my ability alw.--:
.
E end. and file the orlg-lial In the office uf .. l., tor 'p."pl:' b. s. r.-
visors as hosts. Evening Worship ir.R J"-V >-H! :;" i' '!' i.iidi; "a i n .. eel" T. on- .plnllr .
B and 'I the Clerk of the Circuit Court oni I .. 1 .. : I'" !a'n"I f ,r V.iur vote ;and ar'Utreat "'
H. Kelly I ; 1 :
Sunday services at the Gospel Church School! 9.45 am. him r- 7:30: p.m., "Meet Matthews. James Mr and Mrs. ,for before thv l! day of Ap-il,! flh"I'' ; ,, '. ..I x .::1 t a"'rt.u.H r
,and Bartholomew." children visited Mrs. Kelly'sbrother I II!1954; otherwise the allegation- I end ." \ ... ,. C( h.'d:
Tabernacle were conducted by the ing Worship 11 a.m., sermon top-1 I I said Complaint a ...,
II tic I and sister-in-law Mr. and I'I will be taken a.- --h. i- w .,.. z.>
March Choir .
M n., 15Adult confessed by you. ..,. ,
sponsor. J T. Quigley, and special "When Christ Passes By At Woods, in Jackson Tni the t
Hamburger Fry. Mrs. Claude notifw shall he puWlsher ; .:; _
music was furnished by J. H.q 7:30 p.m. there will be a special Wed., March 17-Prayer Meeting ville Sunday. I once we ks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- '' Pt.J I

service with the children of the of graph. sJ 6 D OQ I
Quigley of Scituate Mass., who 7:20: p.m. Adult Choir practice Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford "
i I Dated thi day of March. 1S54: J
and
primary jynior departments
sang baritone solos at both services -! S p.m .Jacksonville. visited her parents 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. ParO.: I o In THE IBSO'S.THE $1O NOTES
I taking part. This is the closing Sunday.All Clerk of the Circuit Court 4
i and'also brought the evening II the C. C. Crosbys i Of THE LOUISIANA BANKS
sharing session of the Mission' By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
!
message.The I I Study for children that has been i ladies of Bayless Hiway II 3/12 4t 51! wERE WIDELY CIRCULATED

21st anniversary of the conducted each Wednesday afternoon I'' St. Mark's Episcopal have been enjoying quilting par I By Joe THROUGHOUT THE $OU17fERN t

Tabernacle work will be observed I since the first of the year j Rf" '. Raymond E. MacBlaln ties lately. If anyone needs together a t:I i POLITICAL STATES THEY WERE CAl ZEGrDlXDESeBECAlISE
gets
under the direction of Mrs. M.It quilt made everyone 1 THEY
early In April with a speck pro j
i Schedule of Services and helps each other They ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
gram. Judd, secretary of Children's Work t tI .. t;ti, i8pE THE kt RG'DIx"
local 'II SUNDAYS enjoy a day together and get the _. I r. ( for Tarn' TNt15Q4KitNATED
Among visitors viewing the i;I for the WSCS, and other frtinch

painting during the past week,,I workers of the churth school. Following !- j 9:45 a.m., Church School 11 work done too. SCHOOL BOtRD 'i ii I I '. THE TEE1M
Crosb I
: Mr. and Mrs. Sherman hrreby announce my candidacy == 7t *
was Miss Edith C. Torrey of,' the service there will be :1 a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; Winkler and Bernice for School Board from District i pct 0XLAUD'S
'a display of hand',rork in the and Martha Throe (Brooke and New River* W'E
tree
111. of Dr. R. 6:30 Serv-
Young
\Vheaton People's
daughter
p.m. Thomas of Starke attended the subject to the will of the Democrat- _.. ,: -
A Torrey, nationally known nation hall and a period of fellowship i ice League. i ic voters in the May primaries. I 3t -
Beverly Jo and Anna Ruth Crosby, ,fret! that I am well qualified for this
all friends. t .
for and
parents '
%
evangelist and associate of the HOLV COMMUNION' rodeo in Palatka Saturday night : position and. if elected, will serve I: s" i s

late Dwight L Mt3ody.F1i0WERS. i i ;i lIst. Sunday .11 a.m 3rd. Sunday Mr and Mrs. A L. Driggers Jr.. I I'county the people at large of my t', district the best and of the my I \ \

Church of Christ '
ability
| 7:30: a.m. Sgt. and Mrs. McNabb and son. 1 -
-A. L. GREEN I
Corner 10th and :McMahon '! FRIDAY Mike, of Lake Butler, visited {rand !i 1 > rarnn cu.r.v

Mrs. J. R. Kelly Sunday af- !. f'OR CO COMMI. iIO>KH 1I I i \ 17
COLONIALFLORIST Preaching A. M. and 7:3i: !i 7:30: p.m. Litany K Meditation DISTRICr F'ocnI -

,, P.MPrayer : 3 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. ternoon.:Many of the Bayless Hiway I hereby County announce Commissioner' my candidacy.for District : "W handle only the best Hi :! Start a Sayings Account icith our Rank and
;I Meeting and Bible Stud) Four (Thereosa. Hampton. Graham),
folks attended Homecoming at i subject to the will of the Demo- Octane Crape JUKe'I I
''
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. St. Edward's Church after j era tic voters in the May primaries I begin to \jain for yourself financial
Heilbronn Church Sunday I II
If elected. I promts to render the I
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS: noon and everyone had a wonderful ,sam faithful service to the peopleof I of mind.
for better .
I Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. my district and the co-jnty as a When you are looking peace
CHURCH time. whole, that I have done la the pa.st in :
I Weekday Mass 7r:30 a.m.Children's I. continued car performance drive :
I will appreciate your
Crawford and chile 'i
Mrs. Otis
I Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. Class Saturday 11 cooperation and support. for a tank of our Hi OctaneGasoline.
Morning Service 11 '.tu. I dren of Jacksonville spent last Jessie It elfa tam. Our service offers you a SAFE PLACE for your money
For AU Occasions a. m. .
Evening Servlee 7:30: weekend with her parents, Mr.
p.m. i noinnI
Keystone HeightsWomen's FOR SCHOOL as well as "RETURN" for its use
: Prayer Meetings Wednesda and Mrs. C. C. Crosby, while S. Sgt i hereby announce my candidacy
( Hub) of the Board of Public !
PHONE 218 for member
I night 7:45: p m Saturday nigh Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Crawford was in camp at Camp Instruction, Dialect No. I, Lawteyand !
f i I Bradford County. I have worked Warren'si y .
Confessions before all Masses.I Blanding. In the school system for live '
I We were glad too see Mr. and years as a bus driver and with thf

(j) I I i Church of God Mrs. J. J. Downey at church that maintenance I know most department.of the problem I feel;I! Super Shell ,K .

iIDj'i Sunday. }lr. Downey is much improved facing the schools, in this county j i
I I am a norm- owner of this county
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- from a recent illness. and have been a resident all of mtile. T'I M.N ',, FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
]
DISH GARDENS i Noticed Levy Norman's Irish I am 35 years old and hav F; j Tires
i tog Worship 11 a.m. Evening worked with thr boys and girls n
For I I potatoes the other day. They look the county and fel that I understand -t I BatteriesWashing t f f
POTTERY '"i j Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service good considering the kind them and their needs. I aJswhave Lubrication Member Florida National Group i
ii pretty to b4 ii
i & Livestock !! Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer b est- I two boys whom I expeot i
Crops of weekend we had. educated In this whool system t:r 4erec*
POTTED PLANTS ig 7:30: p.m. Thursday. to work with th a
j his elected. I Phone 385 Madis.m & Monroe
e Leon Renfroe says some of other iron dntnem rr for the better
I i: Lawtt'JI was Killed by frost. He I meat of the Bradford County schoo I "'f
Flowers JYiredAnywhere Gainesville Production I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- pepper ystpm! H -
''is setting out more, however. We your vote and s-upport on May -----.
I Credit Association ,I i tog Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving are sorry that the farmers' have the 4th ap1>I"I'81..d. g -- --_--__ __ t__ -_ -J
Norman -
i Saturday, 7:30: p.m. I -Truman : "
C20 N. Main St.
Nona St. Starks I I :had such a bad time this spring.Thought I I' _
I roMMISMOXK.HDISTRICT
Gainesville, Florida for the week: A Chris- I-'OH rOI"TY TWO I V
.
'Christian Church tian who is too busy to work for 1 i t hereby announce mv ('a""l
f God is busier .than God intendsfor for fonntv Commi-wioner. DlatrlrrToo the
to
j <\->rth Rtluk.ubi.t (
B'ole School 9:45 'STORElacksonrille
: a. m. Wuri voters i i" the Democratic 'S
him to be. will of the
i i ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. !nrimarl. If elected to this! resignUho : I
1.gin' m>
of'ice I promise |
1m. grayer Meeting each Wednesday | |
-- be"t efforts toward a progrecs'hPa ,
7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, ',d ;impartial .,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Minister.CHKISTIAX. affairs of mv district and the countv -

rS; a; Bradford; -1 port a
I..awson
Starke II SOCIETY SCIENCE Highway Plenty Parking Space

SCHOOL BORDI
_. ..----------1.. FOR
.. :
r-ffi-f**.m----+-*-* -f r*f r*f* rjrfr **vr Orange Park, Fla. i I DISTRICT! Tt1AF7Rt
', FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
nereoy announce my cantnaarritar STARKE FLA.
I II
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Sunday School service 11 11 ajn. Sun- Sure did enjoy the Sock Hop '. UirooKer.Nona haw rsoaro.Kiver Districtinree suojeci to |,
iay a.m.
Saturday night at Teen Town !toe win ot tne voters in tea i>emo- j I

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Wednesday Evenings---1st Wednesday Everyone had to stop off long !"crane primaries or way. tam a.
reoiaence ot wraatoracounty
I me
each month. 8 ions JELLO 3f for 25c
p.m. enough at the door to leave their ; a veteran or worm war 1I I
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Public cordially invited. Nursery shoes. You missed a great dea' !I lo'ratlc ana a member ot tee uounty utm- \\ ITH S5: 00, ORDER OB MORE ,
executive uommitte it I
maintained for all services.
.' .. ...... .. of fun if you didn't attend. The .eiectea i wui aevoie me necessary''' i
Community Center Building time ana enort to sertne people limit 2 42C!
Modernaires furnished t le music !jot district ana county to tne:
my
!Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. OLE L 0 ARMIX 31b 79c
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. i for dancing. i'joest'teous ot service my aointy ana impartial, pieagins eonsla-cour- II I can

i Thanks the 7th for
to grade erauon at an times tour vot ana
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. CHURCH OF JKSUS CIIKIST
starting off the clean-up cam support win oe aeepiy appreciaieaana .., ..., "
LATTER DAY SAINT your contiaence win not cernispiacea. I :;, j. --1 "fu--. ;i- ".. ,-. -"' t I.l'NC'H
>it @
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. I Services each Sunday in old Masonic paign. The whole school is helping sincerely. 1- ". JtL'" '" ,

.. .:. _.,. .. :; Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday in abig way. The Seniors i! Ethan A. Sapp. I

'.."" .:\i .ii,. P'jJ_.. '_..n.t-; -.-._" .. -n'-e-.; ----:' _"_ _3_"" "r."-- ?>"_J'i : i School 10 a.m., Sacrament Service got together and painted a por- FOR cot.rrt rOMMISSIO.M-IU I GRITS Plantation SIbs 39c MEAT K P 39c
,
the walls. The
6:30: Everyone welcome. tion of lojver partof I DISTHKT TWO i'i i
| p.m. I am a candidate for County Commissioner I
the walls downstairs are a
of District Two (Precinct ;
HEILBRONNBAPTIST red color. Two. North Starke) subject to the I Plantation 5 Ibs 39c

CHURCH Don't forget to attend the Band will Primaries of the in people May.in The the Democratic knowledgeof I MEAL, KLEENEX, 300's 23c

Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach- Concert March 12 in ihe USO county affairs gained In my first
TheChurches LISTEN term should help me t? better I -
'ling 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 The band has planned a full program serve you. and I pledge my diligenteffort i .) '
I II for the and .inann to work for the food of '
evening
our
TO THE i I p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer I IIH I., U'NDRY
of Christ County. I appreciate the recognition 0T Till .t',1
Smith will be featured in special
j, Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. a given our District by mv'' rissu

HERALDOFTRUTH Rev. J. E. Llngerfelt, pastor. twirling number. election Of County as Chairman Commissioners of the, and Pviard I for 200's 15c 1

Some members of the Glee Club solicit and will appreciate: your rtte'I SOAP 3 10C
.
Salute You
\5110ULa11'11I5S10X.U:1' were in Gainesville this week. and support.
Respectfully. \ I
I
WJHP 8 A.M. BAPTIST CHUKCI1 The teachers and students went ; I.. I. nrnfrnr DIAMONDWKHH'S

LA\\'TEFL..\. over to see the life stoiy of Gil -

ROMANS 16:16 WttGG; 1 P.M!. bert and Sullivan. I FOR srnooi noutn -1
10 a m Sunday School. 11 a.m. t DISTRICT Tintr.i:
reaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 pray- School didn't scorn just right I hereby announce my randarv! I J.IUIPK; : (-, TISSUE 2 for 15c
..
for member of the Ho.ifd f PublicInstruction I ,
f service. 7 o'clock song services, Tuesday as the Seniors were ab Bradford Counrv. Fla :

In Starke -- West of Bus Station !j 30 evening services. sent. They were at the Amen an from River)District. If flirted Thrrt I will(lirooker.do Nesr i RICE long grain, 39c -m.. so

Legion Hall taking tests. These thing in my power t PTOM- t'ver-I ,

EVERETT WILLIAMSON MINISTER SEVENTH DAYAUVENTIST tests will be grilled then discussed cere desire\ to swrve you honestly, I OVER SEA
: I.I
faithfully, and with a strong determination ; 7./.IAN.NK
CHURCH with the students to improve our schools I

WORSHIP] SERVICES 10:00 A.M. Sen-ices each Sabbath in old The King and Queen of Basketball 'I earnestly solicit roar vote and PEAStinysize 2 for 39c
support In the coming election.
i lasonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- Lavon Lewis andgiis ; Howard I.' Douglas COFFEE,316can2.59
Sermon llelieve The J
"Why )Bible
the
at
|, .nth School 2 p.m. Preaching Lawson, enjoyed a supper
FOR SCHOOL 110 tlilt>> .
each second and fourth Sabbaths Gold House as part of thei: i DISTRICT TIIRRK: ---

EVENING I WORSHIP 7:30 PM 1 1 honors. ] I hereby annoui;' ,. mv ,-and'dx -v N'OTE HOOK
i : 'Elder Mostert, Size
p.m pastor. Suds lvor Flakem
(for member of th. 'School Bon-d Oxydol, Super >
able Study each Thursday 8 That's all for now See: you at District| Three il'rooker \p",.
Sermon "The'New Creature"Bible p.m.
j I :veryone welcome.AIRPARK the Band Concerti River) subject to the w ;:11|! .,of, rt.. / r PAPER25csiee 19cKII'I.K
i I i! ; looters in the Mav nr""T-' ES
Su e I promise to faithfully discharge ,, FLR
the duties of the offifr .
Study Wed. Night 7:30 P.M. BAPTIST NOTICE Of' 1NTKNT10N 'IK.: ,the benefit of the peopie; of my district I

Ie i ial service by Rev. R C. Crosby *rri.ic'Tio% Fun FIN u. and the rouity at largo Tour
"' = :.-_ -.. ---.--_--- _=-::-_:=_ DIM'II \lir.KIn
-- -u -- Sunday School 9:45: a m. Spe- '. JuiUr.Hmdfurd .. .
_. -- -- -- Cnvrt of the ( .uat = :
-- ------ -- -- --- Cartridges
,it 11 a m Public invited. L. G. rouMj. !Mai* of Hon = 22's 39c

g tiga cgi s igg ia jsi g ti"lmn way pastor da.In OSCEOI.A ,
thFMatf i-f Per" S < l
Tl,nn.r- rv.-vas.-d IX fK"H\Tl-: (

Hon'tIi.: ."" This Message Sunday FAITH BAPTIST: CHURCHAWTEY To AM. WHOM is hereby IF MAY given C"V'h.r ,l"Xutite 1''t.\ CORN, cream style, 2 for 29oI'AI.MOUVE RAZOR

Nightt 7:80; :: p m By Pastor Bob f, Fia.Sunday II! i-owvll filed his final -. I" rt .,-
Tarp utor ft the estatr d I'! '>. Blades 3 for 25c
< 11u> SciiQol 10 a. m Preaching I.aTI.on.. deceas-ed. Ih..: j li-, 1.. r ,

11 a m & 7'30p n' Midweekservii libel hi" pftition fur final d.!." li.i'-' : -- .. I
.mil that he will .iiiply to th 1 l''iThvron ,- --: SOAP bath size 3 for 25c
t t r e Wednesday T.U:;; I p m .-i.,61r. A. Yawn f.-nnti : -

A K blassc} pastor J.1'itlR'if' Bradford County Kl.rulathv tip ,

'tt 1 'What I Learned From Blblr: S, houl 1U A b! .'1'l'r >\.il.fifth of same day .and.f April.for final IJ:.i.d.-f-r ',t } Pepsi Cola, ctn 25c

heir, a- Fe-'utnr of the K tatv ...fI' fiCHARl.EY..
} ,i--t.i; Shaw Tison deceased' "nh _. :

J. The Nazis At Nuremberg i SsnH'iv 'I r, J vt.,In h, date II of Foa Mar.ell.-h, Exec-utor IlS4.! f'fth s S; '>( CARTON Root Beer 25c
I

\ !,-on.vMate drreased,f Benetta:al"itt3 i :! ShawTM :! t I w 4i ? Q } COLAS! 14c I ctn


II) Sirs. O. F;. Crosby \nTlrE-Tn 1PPR1Rla ,

That Is Happening In America Clrrolt Co art Bradford Ceenp.
......u..u.uui.auui Florldni la C4neery. < lft'.J\ TKNDr.R
i Klvanor: K Thompson. Plaintiff vs. i E. JOHNS & SON ;:
.
( hur'hc th1t1 s. S .ard '1 Thompson. Defendant.

!i A large': number of Baytess Hi- \'--. T -- *"n..r l'a>rn 0-3H 1 about this question BREAD loaf 15c STEAK> lb 39c

Today! way folks attended the mass meet- T" Svward G. Th->nip+(-n. x.hr..>- I
-vulr-n f and addr<'--- iI'N:;

B popular thi.s will be Tu.mg.! ) request me preachedfor
>sasre *ut- 'i 1 SOAR Lifebuoy 3 for 23c
the fir-'>t time in Bradford County i not get the attendance banner. Jiivc.r.v. u..t..dy amt' "n'r..: yethonor happens; when a pdes>trian ,

: we ivceived wonderful blessing rhildrvnha i stumbles into wet cement. It
t t
hero filed afralnut ID tM ;
Over liiOO present in Buffalo Ave Church of Tampato j A BTl'stud; course will bf shove named Court and you cause and !

hear i it. The Tampa Tribune featured an article held at Bavless Hiway Church yon are retired to serve a copy of falls into an excavation or i Hamburger lb 39c
'
roar answer or It'admlto thernmplatnt '
about this! unusual e pl'rien'ePastor I beginning March 15. BTU members nn 'ht' P'mHtlf; steps on a nail in a board? i' \fM V f2ER ,

: are urged to attend and all attorney A J Thc.n.aJr

( I Bob Gray; was present at the World famous | vi.s tors are welcome. Starke. Florida Sometimes serious injury an.i : 3' ,
nd file orficv ot
thr "rl
War Crimes Trials as an official U S. Army newspaper I Mi and Mrs. O. E. Crosby! entertained '' the,r 3...Clerk Inre tAe of the Clfult Court or .i big lawsuits follow. Do contractors :: MEAT I Mullet; Fish Ib 25c

reporterfirinfi with a weiner roast forrhr U day of April. 19J4.;
voung folks last Friday night: otherwise the allecadoos ot sold carry Liability insurance :
Bibles and friends for frank "omplaint will be tan as coarsend '
voar a
jour : their home ,
j a Outdoor games : bv >.m. ?

but I time!) and much needed message 'I j acre enjoyed by the 65 'Our.g.. tnce This each notice week shall for four ne eonsccutlv-published i HAVE PLENTY OF Cheese, round lb 49c


I: people Your enjoying wnter attended this affair.the ,iwerka, ;p, ...i In flip Bradford Countv T.I Stock 'MeuF e, Spray, Stove Pipes,

First Baptist Church Hampton I' lowly hated this 4 day cf Miroh. 1?i,4 v

g 'j 1 birthdav party for B. M MrRae i 'OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Court Darbl : Charley E. Johns : Tubs, ;Buck Axes, Shovels, Hoes, Bologna lb 39c

and Vemie Thornton Thursday I !
}Bible School 1 10am( B T. t' ti:3Qpm' 'h Marian L {'f\t>by. P>nn'y r1erAel z ; Fruit, Jars, etc.
j night ?f last week. :: : 4t

Special{ Mu:>io !In The 1 Mining.: Service I I We were glad to have Mr and !NOTICK TO APPEAR :j & Son Agency : -

Mrs. Norman Riener of Starke at ; I. Circuit ('oart, Bradford T.aatyFlorida

"Join The l'rodltt'ndin ; Our Services" I church Sunday They were dinner D t Smith.la Chaarery.Frank Plaintiff. vs Harrictt I Mavis Goodge, Groc. Mgr. Alton Dobbs, Market Mgr.
Phone 13 Starke FIa.I \
y'4 I guests of Mrs O. E. Crosby :! E. Smitli.. Defendant ,
TpMM ('a!!e Not\ <-'.!*1 I !r
See Mrs S R Clark is getting N.llre Te ,p".al' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I! I'M _






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