Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03264
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CONTINUOUS PUBLICATION Official County Publication Established

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Labor Investigator

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Freeze ,1't Upsets Berry Growers

1m f tlat\lr) F T
HamVajns and Hours and Public
Strawberries made an nin.u-t-( ln\iMon. I' S. Apartment of Labor Jacksonville

tedly comeback from Iu-l.d i considerable
quick upset in this area last week by visiting

rceat freeze when new Ntrawiirrn )growers in the Starke and Lawtey

foj both volume and revenue :M'mnjr printed notice sections and
: ii1OOV. on that employment of
set at the Starke :Market during v.htHi
week A total of 1,706 crates, a fig. x f' : !' [a Wfa4t Labor Standards hours Act.11= contrary to provision of the Fair

told, bringing a revenue of yf'l' Sti.tberr;
$ ....-, ,- gi\wen aireadvuurcng _
60495 Highest price was
trom two near' -distastron.
reached last Friday; a low .u 1st '' i"'of ,.. -i.t-'':'is ,tmi tiirrentlv harassed b%' WHAT THE LAWPROVIDES

prevailed on several days. | :< .. h i 'is: ti i_s. ,iiij brit *
t : it. were
moderate frost on !pH.n-i.J\' 1"ld to .''g:;':?: tail aw

damaged some )liiniih ,p, to !ht, last ,
4y; morning It! h Help The Child Labor Law
: <,-i, : !"'!!' Requirements -
d ': crops and killed some iml! rte n"'lg-hbo's
apply to "farmers whomips *'
c,r.om. 1 : 'lu!:l'n: b'En: harvesting ., ,
or products go': t'ttherrilrt't'tiy
t.:- :hdirr!
Here are the day-by-da\ < rvitt' between or :ndrrrth'
into interstate
Thursday: 65 crates: : -. ,I .t t ::: ,-i.:: !: bankrupt r>r frt .a> ,',r.m.'n''e -
1''f :;ht'r.
M90.I ; low $9.80; total $622 ;c ; i ..- !-rt':; ':ttweren' Farmer: '::1 ', 'it ,omplo ch:'!

Friday:: 330 crates; high $ M 1i1.lt"\| A t d'-en under Ih \ ir" "t 1g" :-i

II $940.; total $3.95065 : .'- a :; M i; croup oirh 'I.'nnlitur d., ::: ....':-t..1 l h'ur
,1'rn'Y. ar>-
Saturday 1SJ crates > '<'ni.; -s::'.,n p ft hey nil's' k..n.l ','ord.) ; nequtredr' i
j 1 '.I I v.\ !,'ittt!: ..:'.- "
!110, l ow. $8; total $18324;) < ::< AS :': Wa.hng-tn. 'g.B.h'l v III'
.' ,' :. h1' I;: : Ora tire., ," .,\.
Monday: 5RO crates high,, $ 1"pLe [ff they{! T-", \ .,., ;
'J. t t't:"'" 'h. rr'1;'!nen; 'ents ,
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v. $8; total 4.817.25. .. (hares
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TUP, ..iy. 446 crates; high. $ r \ J', ,n HI'' ',i :'h t. ,, t !J.W!! ,ird '" tl! i-iiient! children! hut not t i; ;)

'*. total $3,996.30 < >It!
rlPr !m':it! t. ,: i fdrnwr'own ,
1 ', \\-t. q,m'k hildren b> the
We sday: 108 crates. i std!:- I- Ith! :, t
-mcr: his
I ? t: Ti 'rs :i : ,, on own firm
A $9 k .. $8; total $88560 .'t,fen. the -... ", ,?,. r., a s- Jot \\'. During school hours n.ears th'

Scheoi 1 b.lUrswh.'n the schivil,
j I'r th-1
S. :;',', :,,.,'fKJ.- school"
Deudline Brings ----:- < H p where the child i n

: < "i .iI \ new I I.) widened and resurfaced Main Mreeko l'inhoh.t..r'" Store at right New drainage structures Labor Morgan said. 't I dldn't see the 'living while employed ism sessitu :
,\ ,1' .-(;: in !'lit \ ,i'n: ,u 1.ll.';, oi! Department
No Big Rush ',i I (>n.iuuth'''i.- c., uia'lac .> ; than a mile of nC"idC""alk" and a greatlyfli.ged will burr) e\c<>s.s rain rater into Santa Fell boys footprint, in the fie*>hl\ i'I while he was here but representative if he had The

: State I-aruiers Market surrounded with ; \er south of town. discussed the act sets no minimum age
| the poured concrete with then initials with me he
Candidates thriving wl a fc 8a.r..a., are the main: factors in Brooker't Lower Would have |for emplovment in agriculture before
Of found
panoramic \1ew shows tie and u.:
I notev i iI I II I greatly enlarged dates which of course had to I walling to do |
I blUl1..{>lDe "New Look." Brooker State Fanner Market, work on be refinished the next morning' j everything possible to work this or school hour on any
I farm 't hing out school day or at any time
No last minute rush of i >tnollil farmers. Photo at top left shuns: the attraction\ \\ look- which ha* Just been completed. Main photo was Mr. Searing is proud of thr without putting another school holidays and on
j hardship during nrhool
dates to get under the wire I I "new look" (, ing west front a point opposite the Brooker schoolhouse taken looking south from the railroad station, while change he has made in the looks j fanner" i: J vacations.

as Clerk of the Court Chas. i August there !, The long white ribbon of new sidewalk in tJw.In.'ol't shown the market from a point looking of Brooker and says he likes: t I Morgan said that daily attendo I Farmers

Darby awaited the blast of who had !>f't'ft'stretching Into the distance and U one of Uuthlnjfs > north. see the boys and girls carte: I lance shows in the county schools always ,; may protect themselves -
a slight decline i by obtaining a certificatefrom
noon time whistle Monday >s of the town's '' that Brooker parent an proudest u if. Heretofore The new part of the platform (nearest railroad) skating on the mile and a half of ,Christmas holidays, which he the the School Superintendent

bad fying ended.that the qualifying (some 6OO.00vI children hd to walk in the street to and Is 80 by 122 fret almost Joubling the shed space of- sidewalk sides of Main that was Street poured G on B. both I at around five per cent. estimates This- ;|i !showing that the worker is at -.

I removed) from school, and were for careWsmotorists. is due in part to least 16 of
good targets CuI'I years
by i' age
fered for use by Brooker growers.! It will house the son, veteran Brooker
The closing hours brought j[ were wilting the children. but also due to mi- i'| A fanner is
order huge potato grading machine which will er. says that most of the children I i I responsible for
only a few candidates to fill m tcr see action grant farm-labor families leaving
cantles on the slate of party and unproved : .It top right In the view looking east through beginning about April 13 when the Irish potato are already on their second pair to work crops in South Florida and his farm
nitt men. Ovid G. Lewis and nice the: busbies* section ( l.I.on's Store Ls at left, and !>t'8.04lnW get under way. i I i of rollers they enjoy skating so I elsewhere I!! whether hired by him
\ much personally or not
.led: for the post of county ;, t, I i He said that many families wh! The penalties
atlt Executive G 's main |I I: pavement into large catch basins contractor on this Job He says' at last that smelly asphalt that !, Mr. Searing and his family : keep children out of srhuol to help ;I of willful violation provide in case

PrecSncJ: 3 South SUrke: ), excaYatign l[i emptying into| 'i gaqte\ Fe River i that whenever you build a new has tQ be applied near the end of i I j lived in Starke for a number of I pick berries send them on to the j I $10,000, and stiffer, a fine up to

Cleveland Sullivan qualified !{ < > width of 60 south of town *TH' new pavement rang through a town it ia alwan the Job- all these cause inconvenience years and his parents lived here classroom after they are through I of repeated offense penalties inCase

the same In Precinct 6 ( ) : of large )j consists of six-inch hmerocki i I I a source of inconvenience to the to the. public "But for years before their death. He work, about 10 or 11 o'clock. Understanding ,

This leaves all committee the full length;i base with a triple! surface treatment j II public. Such things as trees falling thanks to the good citizens of says he. likes the warm fellowship I the situation, the. I

filled with the exception of ,; neces/sary.. of large medium a ad fine in yerdalnabillty to get cars Broofcer not one complaint was i}I that oxista among the folks school tries to "go along" with season, even with the early opening

mltteewoman. Precinct 6, street inter-,!i slag. Asphalt was applied on i,into' garages because of the big'I registered to my knowledge" Mr !: in Bradford County and hoped !them as much as possible Morgan I in August. It was also im-
practical to have the
each treatment : banks of dirt too much noise Searing said. "Therefore. I could I said I I schools open-
no one qualified. No to carry all i; !| j: some day to have the pleasure of ,jing! and closing at
man or committeewoman has eight-foot wide':' Glen G. Searing, president of ,. from large machinery: dust blowing | not complain about various dogs ,, giving some other Bradford County C. C, Anderson. principal of the J iso the "berry school"various time
'' practice was
position, so their names will l both sides of i'the Glen G Searing Co.. was the from large pull brooms, and walking on the concrete before it towns a -"New I I Lawtey Training School (colored) 'j finally abandoned.
the t ballot Look"I has been given permission! to start
appear on May Miss Florence

T. F. Howell qualified as Sgt. Hicks Died Of MalnutritionIn i Postal Receipts >!.Only Registered I!, his the! morning wateroak session school.at 11 o'clock. |( ford County Juvenile Jennings counselor, Brad-and

publican Committeeman in Story Show Gain Democrats 1 However i it {Visiting teacher said the labor
Early May L. not practical to do this in all ,
cinct 6 (Theressa) representative called on her under

The field in all other races I North Korean Prison, Army Says (Over, 1953 Figures Vote In Primaries ';;['schools children where.,re not a engaged majority in of berry the;',duties the impression of a truant that officer.she had. the

main unchanged, as i rovt" carried a i I Postal receipts for the first two All prospective voters who wish harvesting Morgan said. ti i "I 1 quickly set him
last week's \ Sgt Tomm V licks. M.n i straight on
Telegraph "u'r', 's 'This 'Pek' Mr and Mrs Vernon S Breito' r r months of this year are mead by to vote in the coming Democratic ,i j jpnmar.es The practice of operating "berry that" Miss Jennings said. "When

i nt to a Jack- ., $74276 as compared with the must register as D f'mi|i schools" was abandoned here many he asked if I knew the law
Strike. believed to have di'tln" pro-
Red Cross Total ;, him : as the result is of malnutrition in A !' I : same period a year ago according, j jocrats, according to Mrs. Maria I years ago. This permitted someschools |:'hihited children from staying out

every- to figures released by Assistant : L. Crosb>', supervisor of registra- i to open in Augnist so that: 'ot school to work. I told him that

Stands At $889 | ad it North Korea prison camp.. the Postmaster E B. Jackson Starke ;,i tion, Bradford CounU All those I'the term would be ended by the I[it w a.r necessary for some of them
family was inforeied last wt'r'kp'"O t time the
Host office Total receipts amount- J berry season began This t..ork during
northern state j registered as Republ'cans. In'l i ii the berry season
hid been held out anti i fi to $6,5:1.63.Jackson i rocked out well with
the old I
"Why I'm a 1 l! dependents or otherwise cannot[ j very so they would have enough money
Bradford County has a dramatic ac recently that Sgt Hicks mmh attnbutes the additional participate according to law. !'eight-month school term. but when i to eat on and h&vp'a few clothes t"

about 35 per cent of its $ 1 >es encoun still be alive although he was ie | t.e\enue to a general increase in I the nine-month term became genera car aid be aW- to go to sdropicry
quota in the current drive. ported missing in action in !KOI.M I | parcel post rates stamp envelope J Mrs. Crosby says that registrat'on | !. it threw school into the be at all"Miss

Junius M. Smith chairman, officer in his; on Nov. 30. 1950 However. ti'> k1AIjJJ prices and box rent rates. He slid book will be open unt ilso 1 i children can help pile berries Jemuigs continued "I aL-
kll-! >
unced yesterday. Total from hope was shattered by .i !'et'r"' the poiit offices in this! area T pm. Apri: 3, at the fog rt- !1! n tre earh hours Mol-jan sal d.'tnld I him that in most instant'es the
Irghwav .;how a similar hntlst! <:1n1,1'r, ,' ;i< ti >n h, b'- .
uted to date is $88965 that the from the Department of the :\' inI gain < n > n taken children l picking berries are meni

drive is slated to end March I to Xr and Mrs Hicks lire': ) : .l 'A Ders or the larmer's own

man Mrs Junior Doyle Conner Woman's dues Club i ,: the is the part re-c" March"American 5, stating prisoners: or :' A: -tf-T A. Baseball And Track Now In Spotlight At t Bradford Hi UI and Federal would law,not anyway be subject," to family the I

appointed the following as experience' who were released by the munists have been interro R l jaw is stri ily enforced it will
trict chairmen for the 1 :ati iHJfoid" High School opent: -+ pun-
help extricate obtain information about ish the families in this distn
district solicitation in Star e. o :IHT i9.;>-t batata season flt'lall) ,
using an e; oni+>n italh "
: :
missing persons These state went on to cite
next Tues>taj afternoon Mae Mersereau. northeast; G1 ire
cut through ca.of .
meats a nearby negro famiK
are analyzed carefully and : in Jdtkoonville\ F.t" !
tha Yancey southwest; "When !. 'Ai lh ten children.
evaluated in an effort to make A < mrs are on tap now f'l thtTmnadoes. Naturally
Finney" southeast; 1 helping Ift 'y tit'.. nowt i ail the financial assist-
correct determination '
Roberts northwest. Division m each .. and they wilt! i'slatuipate '
they can get. He
bodies! estimated;
case. Such a statement has ben in the East FICI-Jo" &
are formed by Call and not likely to fiiat t-a l h berry picker
is I received ,, earns aniveragr
Streets. from a released prison. i) :neVD! -- men ()> hi A:'mi Conference tourney and the pout 7' 4 r of $8
next time he per week and that
who had knowledge of your w, ,t-i he ia'i >' nor drain tourney. which will be held lr I uhiu' !Soar in the
family are
retk- pickf -
Police InstructedTo driving!; while in a prison camp inO> th "t1'e sirn,,a't\! l"r..t!: t.t: thii' Ma\. First home game is Pauir- Total! enrollment in his school

Korea This man disclosed thatvour message must early so iniii n soi- ,lay. April 3 liO and attendance last month

Pick Up Dogs son died as the result of row into jour home and hopethat | Baseball Coaca Jim Hurst hn' A is 95! per cent

Without Licenses"Get malnutrition Since the exact date in time you may find sus! around 40 boys: trying out fo- In Havnes visits to the berry

of his death cannot b\' 3.;<,ertaine i' taming comfort in knowing that i coveted positions, but has now *; \ i f...ids! he questioned the pickers a.I4

those stra dogs off from the statement 31 Match he served his country honorably: cut his squad to 16 men It took i > then ages, filled out a printed l

streets of Starke" Mayor J. 1951, the latest date. he could i Rpt Hi.ks was born on Dec 21. two intra-squad games last week form and asked the gfower to sign

\\.aln\\TIrht, ordered Police have presumed to ha' .. been alive 1930 In Waldo He was s-i\mg i to enable Hurst to make the cut btu J t. Many growers refused to
Thornton early thIS week has be. n :accented and recorded with the Infantry in Koiea for there was a lot of promising this The investigator also lert

hief! stated he would instruct I material working out. t- ] with each grower two pieces ',f

department to pick up and their ttoublesI The squad now includes :5 literature regarding;; the Chad Labor -
I : The "birds in Proposed Increases In Postal Rates
4 TR\CK TEAM id pictured above: 1strow ,'Standards requirements Act. of It the Fair Labor

licensed and innoculated metal l disc Coach Hurst has t:.o lettermen left to right: Jimmy RedvfUh, Stank) Oreen, Robert Humphrieslbert is not known
ordinance rabies as required bthe | I to pa\ for toll \''Vill 'Cost Starke Patrons $4,650 pitchers, three lettermen ,\ :\ ''' 2nd row : ('. \\. SUde, Billy Moore 3rd row : Wayne findings follow-up hereJudge will be mad" of his

infielders, and one letterman outfielder ,. Douglas, Charles Kirkland. Zark Crawford and Stanley (lark. First
The measure is being taken ''
owner of the No lettermen catchersare track meet uiirbe held next week
mayor said to help guard t, haya cigar- p'r s'd ert ts of St<- KP ,ul: par added e\pen r>f 4650 a \,.a- :' returning but Vernon Teston Denies
the danger of rabies All an estimated increase ,>f $-1 *).">"> loral re.nddt"
i| !\. as well as and Eulie Rushton will handle
lovers are asked to cooperatethe 1 from Canada a year for the use o' the m.vls it The Post Office Department i.*: this all-important spot Corbin PetitionFor

campaign as a means of the Republican Postmaster Gen faced
Europe and with the huge task of Edgar Akndge and Paul Iae'Pr!
tectm? their own pets against he adds to all eral's move for rate mo: ease= handling 50 billion pieces of mail 1' are the lettermen pitchers :\t'tt7! Writ Of ErrorJudge
states most goes through. as expected each year Much of it fails to' er were starting pitcher i<>.-'

i come during The b 11 in Congress barbed b1' .s "",' In all but thre' year. but did some relief piti-n h n:: r. J "
Returns Due ". truckers Republican P >stmas er On<.ra' '<"">r.*" the post office loses Rivers was 1st baspman la. + r G L Patten Eighth .Jndn
,I calls i! Pummerfiekl has been ann"n''e' rnonev It is slightly ahead o" ''i s.u ;.al Circuit denied tr! pe'
April 1 Long SaysGene year, except when relief nit' np! tion for
a writ of
devices which in the main hv the RPtJhlil'a the handling of first class mail l and will also handle 1st T error roran
I[[ the operator House Post Office Committee nobis on behalf of Marion S
despite which beta
Long, Bradford j an-\I an increase is duties again this year when nor
i are inserted is awaiting floor action. Chiefly asked forbm now serving a life sentenre
Tax Assessor reminds all : and is ahead in the rentmz pitch'ng' Akndge did mor re
it calls! for increase in firs* of in pnson at Raiford, in a
sons that April 1 is the an post office boxes and on th* lief pitchirg last year than River=

for all tangible personal .". l I' Plans \': class! postal rates for ou*-of-'Wrist postal savings bank and saw lots of duty as pitcher the hearing courthouse.Monday of this week a'

ble property. and real mail from three cents to fou- All the other services.. Including last summer on the Junior Amen T
A Yawn who has volunteered
tax returns He requests all : cents and for a 30 percent rise air mail parcel post. registered can Legion team. Other pitcher

have received Homestead insurance mat for magazine and newspaper: mail second. third and fourth i on the squat! are Edwin Johru I Corbin his services to represent
in the case, said later
iron applications by mail to topic of last handling class matter are operated at Wayne Wooten. and Wallace Rivers. t that
an appeal to the Florida Sa
turn them as soon as possible. I of the The Post Office Department disadvantage. !II
preme Court will be filed
If persons fail to file their Bureau, J. expects to cut its annual deficit Considerable opposition is ex-1(!| The infield seems pretty soltf + p Corbin along with Claude
turns Long said, it becomes i by $250.000.000 if the pmposalabecome
I pected to the increase in ratesfrom : with three lettermen. Lyle Buck i: James McCool, was convicted in
sary for him to arbitrarily i orge Huggms law. It represents an in- those who that the Jr. Dewayne Jdder and Torn
argue PORTION OF 19S4 BASEBALL St'AD: 1st row, left to right circuit court here for the 1951:
ate their property.A j he had crease in revenues of about 12 12pt'r
postal service is in the public interest Moore are the returnees Eackme ;
I James }Magyar Jim Hobbs (maisaierliaadail Davis, Gus KopelouMK+ *. murder of Claude Beaver whose
Board of Equalization [ speakers on cent. and is a legitimate chargeto them are Randall Davis! and Gu. j ji charred
12nd row-Paul Avers, Sbhiey Jackson, Billy Harrington, rtoane Elder body was found on the
then meet on the first Monday group but Official: firures.. for the fiscal Government for a service to a'l I i Kopel usos. back
seat of
July to hear appeals on Glenn Beddi n. Srd row-Bocky Buck, Raymond StefaoeJli A. MrCool's automobile -
any was April 12 year 1953 shpostaJ receiptsin tag ayers. The Republicans hold i Sidney Jackson is the orJv 'e which had
set by his office. i the change to Starke of $37,302. The increase ; that it is a business operation turning letterman outfielder Thwn I Q. Smith. Coach .lm Burst. Lavona Lewis, Mim Skoofalo. Edgar the houses been of the parked two between -

Appeals may be filed by Q. Smith, Coach Jim Hur t, Lavon Lewis, Mim SkoofaW men
next regular therefore, which should be and should, as such pay its o i other remaining outfielders air > Edgar and burned Corbin has steadfastly
mail, or in person. !''Akridge. Harold Godwin.
proportionately: felt. would mean way (Continued on page 10, 1 maintained his :nnorem10 "

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PACE TWOBRADFORD __ __ "' --f' _- _
Tr WKeystone '' "'' '- '
.TTHEWS'' i SL.; was .o&fjned to the hospital: j'j,:We haV' !i l-cf. I Ii a big: improvement to the town
E. L M tc" some tiin. fore.'Io'ir..g 'm dt-I i i Mrs. Jim McKay and Mrs. E. .Dr Chnstoffers reports that he

\ t : Heigittsj i:'dent_ C. Weichel Jr entertained with sighted a panther recentlyun the

COUNTY ECITOR I Mrs. Ella J ? gas n')'. yet J"-i|I rev+.-n tabies jf bridge last "'nesI' highway near Keystone Local
t>) Mrs SUm McDonald asy at the tome o'f Mrs )'.:Kay [ sportsmen he has be '-
.r'ueLI I turned frjr the h<*pit=l ..! say < en
J TELEGRAPH 1. : ERJ : ( .&aAAA AAAAA AAACA..' Gainesville. 51 e may I* ho.-ne; !s..!;/i. Mrs. Sara McT c.iad] spent th before in this vicinit\

er this '.week 1 I| weekendn I-ksonnlle. i Property holders In th i.,
i The Keystone Heights Woraar 5\ I
J cissr FLORIDA WEEKOT BUSHED: -oNiutousLV "' MER 1'111 :a M.IT+'LAr3 I Mrs. M. M. Sv-gi*:* Wef t c-i "Hie three circles of the: Community reminded that
,__ ... are after Apr \
____ ___ -- ; > met Tueslsy, March 9, u 1 [ '
h' Monday to a Jai!r;ovine hc-- Church will meet Monday. ta.'tt's11 be
city delinquent x/\
the Pust Ortc s4 tttttc. FlorMs. ur" i! .11. P) ,nil we-e announced for
Published et'ery VriAtf and ent;ml as **4a s uor. :)h.'"oN' be st gl'd b' the I property owners were occupying -
of HarUi S, 18W. 1
the Art 1 t, t aldea I Several of the youttg pe'.nJa" vhome TIll 1'1-t of the their home .
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on -
;:;; FLORIDA f'R.35: : \S30CI. r-N MEMBER NM COAL Y:titfiti.\t, !KOrl/IO.: t, hy BILLY : 'I Son to tie UML!I ..t.owfa,: of sj! riatg va' ntia.r pr.rk srsored by the Lion's 1. 1954: should see the city
_r18ER. _. ,----_._- _..._...'"'--_.-! i I j j -iels mad by locaJ sea' ess- from school this sock.' A.-ci Watson 'Ckub la glide: way Work has already clerk to be um thee,ure
i '
j jI lie Hous ,'... a vj onda Vr"lka1* 'w J bee., tarred' This will be homy'eKii onIiiig
: acre will be a par. ? of fort ... .__ __ .. .
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I Countywide Voting t v piscc. 1 ;! onB. There h also iw -
Senate t t2.;>.?',, ,1' I skit written and pr.K .ed by

! Should Prove All/ To Theo:d i I ,ApFmpriat'-oney !o?';'n?.W KO: a : I ,'people of modern Mrt* i lit hl 3*s is and In \Week\ r m Items Hew Prices!

*. l avid Nelscn, of fc"Pi-*
The recent Supreme Court decision holding: that Cow-ty Corru-u&uotibri?t :'e nn- finci IoIU, jcrad n
j Anyone 'sh..,, to tnt fi !
mated by countywide vote in the primaries; not expected to cause any immediate: rejoicing l Oommisswft >>>n I contact tine of these.v.; a" iiAW I" \

in the ranks of candidates;: fcr commission po. bJ. Looking at it from the ,renal!,organi -tion. I re a?:.o made .or ...... ier \
standpoint, the candidate is apt to feee the decision in the light of adu.-d! kirHeus and .*Lt- |t :lie Koit ; *!ii9 ; give*. ion Thul' daAp'i r. J ; I'' 'G

convenience to him. rdr.g him to seek;; votes in the county-at-large rafter than merely 11 I imovot c' ':;''),(') ) wiU probably be a tried .--ric- J t

in his own home district We agree it will be an added load on candidates, both finr-lcLtily j I by the House (. d 'nt'1' and tickets \\ill b t grpA.1:. 1, lJ.'SfoE salt

and physically, but we feel] tb.t th:: ft-lvant:. es to the county as a when more than off f A1Jl ,iItivlties.: 25.i :;:i

set any minor inconvenhii experienced by,the men who seek places on me cor.unLssio lh.'s! hi:* v.sr 9e0 i The next rceting ot the c...L Q oJF SUPER BIRTHDAY SPECIALS!-Ask at
-- One .if ourVest Florida contemporarier. 1e Milton agtrct! ) be on Tuesday;.March 2a. .it 1

GazeUe, views the decision in a favorable light *rod given' Then:: has beer.( i i; p, m. This wilrl a coveud ;, (1I'I ages Store For Special Color Price List-Scores; More

it's A Snap" this reason: ;..:S.9oa: amm g. lIh luncht with. program. At ., 4 Items on Sale Not Listed in This Ad!
the Mouse tt ay' ;' : weeding; nomlriiUons. for the
"In this day and age, the county unit is small enough its mittee rn Uv r-:vi'' for the nexf4 year will 1, I l R'FrMUat Alo .,..." "t4-- --- .-.-
without breaking it down into competing ....... .... .
political entity,
a vdu ee prfse&te* ; received from the floor. A \ "" ''' ''''''111111//-; -
Cl districts within the county. Our county boards not only the near f"..'1.... M j tter will be seatytl; members' :.. .;,.""' '\ \\: """ .wI /.; '1,

here but throughout the state have been hampered in their ocrats on that l I II i I the names a.rire. nominees y I II < 9r 5 1

administration of big business of county government by the I jihst! there should :, the date of Abe electJO"i!

'district mentality'. Too often we have seen an undemocratic boost for higher) p !1 j i will be on Apry 27. Another !:"::;::, .,.-

alliance of three commissioners who could and did use their tax :deductions .tter to comp upfvit ihe next
Cooper of ..' (>{'.ing is the elocti of a com- '
withoutthe p
\II. majority power to develop three-fifths of the county :
consideration of the needs of the entire citizenry Surelythe successfully last e for the revision of by I

Cunning a newspaper is a county-wide voting for all board members will make each these deductions [i of the club Mrmhcrs are I- ," y -t>sF
snap, in raw you ha e netersusptHtt ent $600 to 570 to be present ?f possible ,, ::::: F .
considerate of the entire .
member county. "
doe more esting to note i The Community Church will .' ,, ,
l It. Machinery TO11Es
..... ..... recta :
"Under the old system of nomination within districts. it dinner Kr' E
all the vtork. You sit in the Senate. Senator a friendship on :.:.: "..
office and write beautiful prose, was smart politically for the commissioners to pull and tug gia has (' i : March 19. at 6:30: pm : .

and the niahiuery never break for all the funds they could get to be expended within their crease income tax: i :! members are invited as i // '.;/'1d'- r --...... _

down or ranges any trouble.RterjrNMly own district. Much tax money has been unwisely spent be- $600 to $800 a I ests. It will be a covered dill,*t Quantity Paghfe Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat, March 20
in andadtrrtNin after to 1000. ; held in the Woman's Club :
brings news cause of this situation. ,
l ,, _
conceded that if R C. Rohlm spent the weekend J ; '
; copy on time, andIt {Commenting in the same favorable vein, the Washington !i :. ,..
is carefully written and there ed. it will JI.ystuneistir.! his par its ., SUP2RBRAND Colored Quarters
County News said : "For the people. the system has several : '.t. .- ,d Mrs. C. J. Hohhn! w .ri 1' s,
mistake in the dates. duction in taxes
I art With no literally thousand of. advantages. It provides them in effect five commissioners''' lion dollars for I j Mrs. Cuyiag left last week f.s, PICKLES -. 2S -25' 3 LEO 2
instead of Since they help elect them all, chances lbs39c I
names and dates and prices one. are but he said "we f '.'\. v.'f' sb''ill be neap i i l A' B e.
and places and circumstances that individual members will] be almost as responsive to the' unemployment .... I s<.... Mrs. Doying has purchas i j
fOOD :; 2. 85' Large Shipped
in a single issue, nobody in needs of any one section as they are to those of their respec- five or six a trailer .n which she will live I
tive districts. As result it is unlikely that single dis- I ti COe.Fa. Mr. and Mrs Oo-!
the pUoe ever gets anything a any At the present i ii : e EGGS t I

wrong, e\en when working trict in this or any" other county will] be short-changed under I!1,| nearly sixty .ntht"'i.I will occupyer home in Kel-i:' PORK & BEANS i ,3 3' Dozen 55CCh..esc
under pressure to meet the new system. 'I! United States Heights rood LoafCHEEZEE
wefk'f. many deadlines. Nothing Mr and Mrs J Ueathenngton '
The with the views
Telegraph heartily agrees expressedby 'and there
ever gets left out of the are ," rented the Schilling hous-
these two West Florida and nothingbut
newspapers can see j 2
paper by accident. employed These 'ch Fred Leonhard recently: Lbs 69c
good arising from this decision which will inevitablycause
You never get a vacation i particularly j !|
need one. each commissioner to widen his viewpoint, rather than
you never but we must of Mand Mrs. John
You neter get tired. You I tending to be limited to the narrow confines of his own dis ;
1 last week for another visit '
spend long evening at home trict. Incidentally even before the Supreme Court decision against further ) New Orleans. '.', .- I Swifl's I
number of :
loafing and you hate time to thirty-five of Florida's sixty-seven counties had alreadyseen
Mrs. F. Noroiny of Lake Gene ORANGE JUICE .,
attend ail public gatherings, the need and had adopted the countywide voting practice might cause the has returned from Jackson 21c! PREM I

board meetings, entertainmentsand with the aid of special legislation. a very serious ;I "...... Ift'
hcy social affairs.a mistake If on very does With the old district voting lines broken down for good tain areas of our I \'? ct..ys j PINEAPrtE )JUICr! 29c 11 CAN

rare occasions and all, this would appear to be a good time to start thinkingin we have | Mrs Daisy MansefMd returned
get Into th paper the peoplewho U 'l thet" 39
terms of the to conform with ment. For I I
rail about it always redistricting county popula- example w .tJ' from Atlanta when PHNUT BITTER

laugh iinderstandlngly and tion requirements as provided by law. Districts should be as that have been -- 231BLEACH

say "That's perfectly all right." nearly equal in population as possible so says the law. j production must : (lacuutn'Packed Coffu' (l.ft willi'S.!''oM ONIP!)
New sparring' is a snap any : But those of Bradford County are just about as unequal as peace production. !: .00)*U I Fo.aorr "

way you look at it. and it's it is possible to imagine. some : '
,: mills as the .ll. '80UT IT!" ; ,. I
time' editors tell the public In the past. members of the Board of County Commissioners j i 1 I <. MaxwdlUousetlN95
and place. I for one rr
how wonderfully simple
have been reluctant to change the boundaries of districts
It Is. we have a
easy Okewhobee News possibly through fear of losing some of their following at the work for a i

polls, or, on the other hand, gaining some new voters in their based not on the i I I
districts who might have to be "converted". However, with our loved ones on ,10' c, 39'WAX SUGAR

Using his headA the voting now on a county-wide basis, his objection to re- tle, but based I

districting has been surmounted and we can think of no productivity of PAPER 19'
I I I. "
barber makes his Citing by logical reason why it should not be done to bring the districtsof !,I II r 5l8. O

using the other tellowjs head. Bradford County into conformity with the law. Eddie I I iJ s I

But there's one barber up in To Open MARCAL NAPKINS 10'ARMOUR

East Point Ga. who used his

own he kl the other day and What Paper Do You Read, Mr. Nixon? At Florida '

to good advantage. The saga of r r i k8RIf8 3 L8 69
When two-yer- wis
lifted intf.a barber John Orr's Unfortunately our television didn't carry Vice PresidentNixon's greatest CANt

speech last Saturday night so we had to hear it on vate citizens has + ,
chair for that eventful fir.thaJrt'ut
the gangster started radio. Consequently, we don't know whether he delivered it technicolor in An undeclared Honor K-jfti MIRACLE ThePastTIiat efre'.u. Fab-u-lous
Story" and will be '
screaming: (you know the typo) with a straight face or not but if he got over that part about WIIIP CAM."Ab FAB
at the mortgage does not void S'IDS' ? .
wldle other customers squirmed '
uncomfortably. the Republican Party being just one big happy family united With Keefe coverage under Auto- .., Salad Dressing Mild to(Hinds

solidly behind the leadership of President Eisenhower with- and Marilyn 3or.1 Ib OZ BOTIll LUGE

whispered Barbi'r Orr in the leaned boy's over ear. The and out blinking, then he deserves an Oscar for being the best i' Ida, the film Owners policy. 6F1. IfiEAT TOW ,, JAR 9 Pl CARTON Botti- 19 BOX 21:1
career of the &.
howling stcpp!'d as if by magic actor on television a slum basement What bout the t;,

asked Later Orr on what an amazed kind of customer threat Either Vice President Nixon stayed away too long on his lower east side, hJve. now C12y'Qtiyaeyou '? I'....(.'.. -...'- .;;".. ... ;-_.-.'.';.."..;t,.'. .' I." '. ,-. -;'.-,.'."""-,). ..-' .,..,.."-. <.-. ..; -,", 'j,
recent world tour and hasn't caught up :yet with what's goingon : world-wide fame ''J
h* used on th" youngster to in his party and the country at large, or he Chinks the and motion LL1I"r
quiet him down."Nothing All of the CONT
to it" the cannybarber American people don't know what the score is. Either way.he'g AC"CConner
Cantor ,
replied ",\U I do is wrong.In Gus Edwards U. S. [ovt. Gr de "CH lf'1i:" or "GOOD" Eat-Rite Beef Sale j jf
whisper 'close your eyes so I spite of the pretty picture painted by Mr. Nixon thereis triumphs of the I Bros.

won't get hair in them' Youknow a titanic struggle now under way across the nation for con- the many movies, I

that no child ran cry with trol of the direction in which the Republican Party will go. ship with the

his eyes closed, so that's that. President Eisenhower points one way and Senator Joe McCarthy Roosevelt: are all Insurance Agency f STEAK .'j

Bradford County barbers the other. In spite of attempts at "appeasement", Music, the i YI

please note. there can be no compromise, as Mr Nixon should well know Cantor's life is ; 129 W. Call St. Phone 285

The Republican Party cannot serve two masters with such by such : \' : .' Guaranteed
widely varying ideals It must make a choice and that choice \\'hoo J-j i"Id ";; Starke. Fla.
Susie' n. .; Tender! : '
Joe Blow Blew must come soon. m'i \ : C :

One of the most respected and objective writer oAtoday : ROUND .' "
(Dedicated to Senator McCarthy Walter Lippman declares that "If any ReP ,lt..m still That's Qjir Business }. or \
who had
Important thinks that McCarthy's primary target is Communism and S ;-. SIRLOIN Lb .
business "eLsewtiere" this If It's GSass We Have
not the of the he will live and learn ? If .
Week. capture Republican party s **' ,/
differently." Mr. Lippman can certainly not be classified as or VISITs U S. Cb.otce'or' Good Est-Rite t Eeeir '.t'r 'B or

Joe Blow was quite a guy, an alarmist or $ sensationmongerIndeed, he is perhapsthe ; : :
Asking questions to makefolks most sQber-i\ 'ed columnist in the busiwps' and one who Joe Peters Glass CO. Chuck Roast u 39c Tone Steak u 79c ,.

('f)'. incidentally sup'ported Eisenho'vej for th'ufpresidency, and FOR ANY GLASS '..VEEDe ,"U- u. s. :Choice or "Good" 7 inch Cut U. S. "Choice" 'Good" Boneless! :',
Hut when time
came to answer undoubtedly his welfare and &alt of the Republica ;arty l \\ Design Modern Sture'Fronts '
a few h Rib Roast u 59c Stew Beef u, 59c :; .
Jo- mow .simply bleu.i arr al'Bart.. 'l" Jut Mail l's A Pattern for .

In regard to the current an ; SUXNYLAND: "Ready-to-Eat" 8 to' ((2 Ib. Whole Half
: betw'ell, laCarthy and thelJ S. Army, Lippman said that : 1313 N.W 4th PI Gainesville.; Fla. Phone 4353: or ::F,

"To suppose tha lcCarthy's objective in these affairs is to ,L

protect the Army against Communist infiltration is to be r Hams 59c i iM

,blind and extremely gullible. If that were his object he Lb ;

would uphold instead of breaking down the authority of the !

President and oJ the Secretary of the Army. I arthY'dobjecth'e S'. ,--. ., ..as '. ..... / i
,- L.. :.. : ..t" ,' ; ;.r f :. yi"r.a. r. v"jiiIJ'f. _._"1.1r/ij''f. :.. .
is to show that even in the Army he is a biggerman HUNDREDS

than they are and thus expand his power by making U. S. No. 1 White Maine

1: himself feared." of details are managed and economic- :

i This then, is the background against which Vice President ally attended that only a trained and POTATOES 10 Lbs 25'Fancy '
was happy to read your rent -
Nixon stood and made the astonishing statement that the careful
i <- editorial the organization call attend when
regarding pro- | Republican Party is united under the leadership of President I
the Golden Bantam ,
is std Jackson\ill p,, ami Turnn.kc urgent need for serving is at
I've : i Eisenhower. We wish it were, for that would mean that hand.DeVVITT.
always hated the
Senator McCarthy's efforts at control had failed. But that )
thought of it1! I is not the case. Not yet. I Sweet Corn 4 Ears 29c i

It seems the big politicians are 1 C. JONESPhone
ueVTmmed to make beautifulo The bitter fact is that McCarthy's influence has grown (, RUSO Sliced Sweetened Quick-Frozen I!

**! --aa headquarters for the I as Eisenhower and others in the Republican Party have appeased I --- 7. Starve. Fla. 6 .

1mbl rs. racketeers and biglsnt'ss him. or even attempted to capitalize on his supposed j Strawberries 5

h \ interests -- close theirs I vote-getting powers. As Lippman says : "His power will Funeral Director ,-!. Ambulance Service Cans 99c I

\ > to all the scenic beauty ofs to and will diminish and when. but and local
only nir
cease grow as as funeral home enables 14 to'otter convenience IlIA
woods and lakes so attractiveto when he is restricted, and it has been shown to our people services not otherwUa tvsflab'e. Quick-Frozen EreadedPanRedi .

tourists. I agree with you that that those to whom look for and '. ....'
we leadership (
a turnpike in Florida is simply preserveour -, ....... ,_ 65w'k'
institutions are not afraid of him. : Shrimp Pkg :
out of place with what we shouldb We
furnish the highest type Sif:"fv4 lowest prices, andtccpt
trying to do -- persuade more When that day comes Vice President Nixon can in good II
t-mnsts to see AH Florida. I faith, take to the air waves and proclaim that his party and Ahf life insurance policy in face lasted: by ANY
company. as payment in part F r a fall on a funeral .!.1::.
Mary Armstrong McGill the c \'mtrv are united solidly under the leadership of President I
Consultation ?,
carrie/ ads e zatlon.
Lake Helen. Fla. Eisenhower. But not till then .., o



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.ry..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Thursday afternoon. I|I stopped at1 the Wait's home Sun- and son of Daytona Beach spent business in Gainesville on Monday. j I T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. I I I I I Clerk. Circuit Court I II = rrapn.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal ana day afternoon enroute to their the weekend with relatives. Mrs. !{and file the original in the office of I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I Dated this 19 day of February,
Bohney left for her home the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I I .
I 2/21 4t ,311I
son Laverne visited relatives i home, Mayville N. Y. Mrs. G. W. Roberts the ''or 11154.lUr'FICJAL
BROOKER iji spent I the 12 day of April 1
in New York SEAL Charles A. Darby
I Thursday of last
Wildwood Sunday. I j jMrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emanuel weekend with relatives in Deland. 1954.; otherwise the allegations of I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
week after spending month said Complaint will be taken as con OTICB!: By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
C. S. Kelley spent the I I I were luncheon guests of Mr. and I a fessed by you. II. CtrrBlt C..rt. Bradford Coaty, 2/2 4t J/l
By Polly Walt Jr. Mr. here
and Mrs. Ervin Shaw and with her daughter, :Mrs. G. Floridi la rhatevry.Drex&l .
weekend with her daughter Mrs Mrs. Howard Wait Sunday. This notice shall be published .I -
daughter Linda, A. Purga, once each week for four : McLean Hinson. Plaintiff '
the and consecutive
&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Fred Waldron of Waldron.Mr. are among family. I Elonise Defendant. SCTICB OF INTKMIOV TO MKKAPPLICATION
Members of the Brooker Garden I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- In. FOR FINAL
new residents of Lawtey coming Guests of the A. M. Blanchard :
and Mrs. W. Club will meet at the graph. Case No. 10-545 DlMTHiRGE
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown Jr. Community i
George Cleghornof here from Palatka. Mr. Shaw is family Dated this 10 of \otice To Appears
during the weekend included day March 1954. I I. Comrt of the Coaaty Jails
and Mrs. Rita Brown visiting Center Friday at 2:30. From there To: EloIse Hinson, whose residence ., I
Macclenny were visiting Mr. were I an employee of the new ilmenite Miss (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Bradford ('o..t,. Mat Florida.
Arthurine Blanchard, and address is Rt. 1, Whlteville. I
and :Mrs. L. L. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and they will go to the home of Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit; Court. I I : ;
plant. The family is residing in Mrs. Nell Housley and Mrs. Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk North Carolina. i
llenetta Sh.iw
H. W. Bennett 'of In re the Estate >{ I
Mrs. Otis family. i I for a tour her their 3/12 4t 4/2 You are hereby notified that a I
Barry was visiting in I house trailer located on the Esther Mason, ,all of Jacksonville, .Tison. Deceased IN PROBATE
suit for Divorce has been filed I
Jacksonville over the weekend. Mrs. Neta Dyal spent the week gardens and their monthly meet- Miner TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN f
('I ing. We welcome and Charles and Arthur Nas- la The Circuit Court 01 Bradfordt'u..tT against yon in the above aimed Notice is hereby given that John i in.
Carol Cox of Gainesville was end in Starke with Mr. and Mrs.E. j this family and hope they enjoy worthy of Whitehouse. Florida. la Chant-fry. 'o'Tt and cause and you an required Powell filed his final report as "
Ralph Mott of Silver James Cleveland Mat ney, Plaintiff, to serve a copy of your answer Executor of the estate of Henetta I
J. Springs I
the weekend guest of Susie Wait. living with us. I II I or pleading to the complainton I
Mr. vs. Margie Faye Matn
and Mrs. Floyd Long and y. Defendant Shaw Tison deceased; that he hasfilf'd
J. R. Parrish had as guests Md., and Austine J. Crowe of the Case the Plaintiffs Attorn.y.Jvan I
No. 10-399 his for final
Mr. and Airs. L. A. Mott and! Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Shuford sons, Freddie and Floyd Junior : T. Evans 103 Law Exchange petition
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William R. U. S. Capital Police in Washington Order Of Publication And Notice that he will apply to the Hon
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs I Iof Palatka spent the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. James Shumateand Topp..r.. State Of Florida Toi Building JacksoL -Hie, orable Thertfn A. Yawn, Count
Parrish and of Palatka, Mrs. D. C. are visiting Mr. Mott'sparents Florida.and
son Margie ,
W with Matney whose resi Judge of Bradford County. FloridA.
A. Brown and newly-born his mother Mrs. J. S. Shu- sons Pete and Mike, all of file the original In the office of
Norman Rogers and children of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mottof deuce and address is: 227 29th on the fifth day of April. 1SS4, for
the Clerk Court
of Circuit ,
daughter of Dunnellon. Olfando, Street News, the on
ware spend-the-day Newport Virginia. approval of same and for final discharge
Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs. Brooker. This is Mr. Crowe's ford.Mrs. or before the ,
Floyd You
are required to Executor of the Estate of
Rev. appear on as
and Mr. A. D. Martin of Parrish and daughter of Lake first trip to Florida. The men have Bryant Reddish was visi- guests of the Ervin Shaw family April 12, 1954. in the above named 29 day of :March. 1954; iotherwise Penetta Shaw Tison deceased on
Alachua visited Mr. and Mrs R. ting relatives in Macclenny Mon- last Sunday. court and cause, wherein plaintiffs the allegations of|sao this 8th day of March. 1954
F Gano. Butler, Wallace Parrish and Gerald been sight-seeing among places of eks divorce.Bradford Complalit will be taken as confessed
John H. Powell. Executor of
Sandra Mott Gay of Jacksonville, Mr. and interest, including St. Augustine, day night. Miss DeLynne Crews entertained County Telegraph shall This by notice you.shall be publ:shed the estate of Benetta Shaw
as visiting Mrs. Mrs. Guy Parrish and children Jacksonville Beach and St. Pet- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Ft. !( with a weiner roast on the publish this Order in nest four once each week for four consecutive I Tison deceased.
J. P. Williams of Lake I weekly issues. 3 '12 It 4 iALVAREZ'
I Wednesday.Mrs. Butler and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay and ersburg. While in St. Petersburg Lauderdale visited her father, A. lawn of the Crews home last Friday Witness my nana and official weeks in the Bradford County fetoI -

they visited Phil Crosby, Tunk M. Blanchard. and family last I! night honoring the BTU of seal at Starke. Florida, this March SW.5ten's ,.
John F. Pindale and son son.Mr.. and Mrs. H. H. Anderson an I Crosby, and Mrs. Vesta Best. week. i the First Baptist Church. About 11. 1954.
David of Tampa visited Mr. and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Clothing
Enroute to Dundee, Ernest Wells of Ft. Belvoir i 30 young people were present to A. Darby I
Mrs. W. F. Suggs this weekend. family were in Jacksonville Wed- : they visited As Clerk of said Court Ilil STORE 411
nesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters. Va. spent the weekend with his enjoy this party. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk k Established
Mrs. Pindale is the daughter of Zarh H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Build I
Mi ar,.] Mrs. Suggs. L. A. :Mott and daughters.. Then, they attended a barbecue mother Mrs. Mae Wells. Lawtey's streets are getting ing. Jacksonville, Florida.
Wa Lou Rahn o. Raiford was I Jackie and Sandra were in at the home of Mike Tilgh- I Mallie Prevatt of Jacksonville quite a change of looks with all Attys. for Plf. 3/12 4t 4/2

"' viJackie ana Sandra Mott I Gainesville. Jackie played at the man. Those present were Beadie was a' visitor to Lawtey on Tues the trimming of trees and clean- IB Tie Circuit Court Of Florida
-1 "Music Teachers Workshop" at Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott, (day. ing of other debris which had ac For ElKBta Judicial Clrtcit IB And
County. In CkaBeery For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write
II the Stephen Foster School Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and Charles Barber of Macclenny cumulated. 'Tis really an im- Zbislaw M. Roehr. Plaintiff vs.

Mary Lois Willis of AlachuaI children, Elbert Mott, Ralph :Mott, was visiting in Lawtey Monday provement and we hope the good Wanda L Roehr Defendant.DIVORCE
I and Alicia Blackwelder of LaCrosse Austin J. Crowe, Mr. and Mrs. H. afternoon. work continues. We love our trees "OTI"P TO 'PPF.\H FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND

I I were visiting Jeanne and H. Mott, Mrs. Junior Mott, and Miss Mary Frances Cooper of and the whole town is glad toI I To: Wanda and address L. Roehr Is Rolling whose Acres residence -, CHEMICAL CO.
Joanne Wait Saturday after Mrs. Mattie Sowell. Jacksonville spent the weekend have them present the appear- Thomaston Connecticut:
noon. Thursday they visited Mr. and with Mrs. Jack Brassell. ance of being cared for.OTIf.t I i I You suit are for hereby divo-ce notified that a 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla.
Guests of J. W Thomaseswere Glenn Crews of Miami spenta ',has been filed
For the Mrs. Andrews of Lake Butler, against you in theabove DEMPSEY: R. SAPP. OwnerS
recent weekend with his I named Court and cause and
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby and Sunday they attended par I you are required to serve of
Crops & Livestock a picnic .\ a copy
and children Mr. and Mrs. Troy at Silver Springs. They in Mrs. C. R. Crews. tm rirmit Court. Bradford County your answer or pleading to the bill
Thomas, Forrest Crosby, and Mrs. tend to return home Tuesday.Mrs. I A number of Lawtey people Florida la C'fcanrery.Samuel AttorneyA.of complaint on the Plaintiff's TREES SHADE TREES, ETC..
Thomas Plain-
attended the funeral of Clifton Sherwood. Z. Adkins, Jr.,
Linden. 3 SE
C. A. Crosby of First
Gainesville Production Wilson Russ was honored tiff. vs. Theresa Barbara Sherwood. Avenue Gainesvlle Florida, Contact Us Now For Estimates
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and Strickland at the Antioch BapI Defendant. Case No. 10395Aotlre and file the
original in the
Credit Association on her birthday with a party given I To Appear.To. officeof *
family were Sunday luncheonguests tist Church in Alachua County' the Clerk of the r-lronlt 620 N. Alain St. by Mrs. Ned Hicks and Mrs. ; Theresa Uarl>ara Sherwood i|Ion or before March 29, 1984, other-
of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. I Monday, afternoon. whose residence and address is: 47 ,wise the *
I Gainesville Florida Hardee of Jacksonville. Mattie Sowell. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and Ovington Avenue. Haven Village '',complaint allegations will be taken of said as confess bill of Household & Commercial
I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks, Mr. and New Brunswick New Jersey. ed I by you.This
I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Swartz daughters Mary Ann and Nina You are hereby notified that a i" notice shall be published Exterminating
Mrs. Wilson Russ, Mrs. Lula MaeBaxter suit for I I
I ,and Mrs. Effle Miner spent Sunday nnce each week for four consecutive
r I Mr. and Mrs. JuniorI I Dianne futtudy, control and ,, u-fpkc in thp Bradford rv>nntv Trlf- Rodent Control
afternoon in Westconnettwith SUpport of minor childrenhas i i I
graph. of
I a newspaper general eirculation -
-- Dukes, the Scarbough family of been filed
against you to the
the Howard Miner family abort naint-d Court and cause and I in E adford County Flor- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON: ALL WORK
Lake Butler and Mr. and Mr I Ida.
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Fd a 6ug06hII ( I Mrs. G. W Roberts and Mrs I you aivquired to serve a copy of I Dated this 22 day of February i
G. W. Davis. your aiiNwr or oleadme to the complaint ,,..
Catherine 1954. .i! ,
Tear :: ; _
1r attended to .', the Plaintiffs Attorne .:.' "--*;" =>" "; "' :r-r-"t "'r- :;""" : "- ;';:'.: ':"- :'-:' '--"-
((OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby
I SIGNS THE NATIONAL BANKING Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and "-- "' .. .., ____ .,, ._ .. .. ,_._. __ .. _. _...1.. .'.. '
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Williams in Lake Butler
IN I660.THERE WERE OVER afternoon.

1500 STATE BANKS ISSUING I Sunday Brooker Garden Club members .

II I I I THEIR THE NEW OWN ACT BANK, PROPOSED NOTES.BY : (i 1 have the planted past really along week.been main Shrubs on street their have within been toes NOTICE C 0 0 K S ST 0 R We Invite You

_( SALMON- SECRETARY CHASE OF, |I I the has City been Limits.started A beside camellia the garden fire This Store is owned and 111114 To Trade Here and enjoy

THE TREASURY Operated by Joe S. Starling these very low cash and
;,house. The Civic Center grounds

RESULTED IN A have also been beautified with Starling's Groc. Operated by Starling's Groc. Management carry prices Thanks.
: UNIFORM AND flowers and shrubs
i I SAFE Starke, Fla. Jacksonville -JOE S STARLING;

I .ryn..v..y..yyVVyVyYYVLASYTEY _; ,.,. Highway Plenty Parking Space .. ._ -. ., .
CURRENCY. \'.'' ;: .", ;, :_.- .--r. :-. _
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"Honest Abe" knew the value of money. 'i I i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFrom I., L. II. Futc i. Oct. Soap, 3 for lOc

Dollars I With $5 Order or more SPECIOLS
are worth more when wisely invested. last week: l

Begin planning now .for the future by saving I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bernert i I gj. OCTAGON FREEd F Lbs.
and children of Daytona B-a 'h
regularly. '. .'. I
..... spent the weekend with relatives : Potatoes
y. 1.0 sl4 ."' ._. tdaw I here.Mr. Sweet Soap 3 for 1 lOc
r and Mrs. ,
..., I Henry Carter of I Bananas 3 Ibs 29c
t.FLORIDA. ,I, Maxville were Sunday afternoon c .. .. ,
guests of Mrs. Hattie Darley and -:- "_ _': '":'$"-:':: :'_k ;::: ,::, ,:, =: _: .<_; :: : :

Miss Mrs.Sinia Alice Prescott.Langford oC Lake NOTICE: Grocery Specials will only be SWEETMeat

Butler day after returned spending home a wet-k on Satur-with 3 for lOc at the Cook Store.
BANK at STARKE Potatoes 3 lbs 29c

her brother, T. L. Wainwright.and .._ -- .. ..... .. ., ,.. .... .. .. -
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; Heilbronn were Sunday afternoon NORTHERN 5 LBS.
'I. guests of the L. H. Futches. I Onions,21bs15cOleojb

Yr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennett Tissue, 2 f for l 15c


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Kleenex 300's 23c I I

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2I Rice I I 39c
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.' v Table Settings And Talk On Silver .. WSCS Members Associational TU

Have Study Course Mass MeetingThe

Highlight Meeting 01 Woman's Club a I I All Day Monday Associational Training

Mrs. T. H. Slade secretary of Union Mass meeting will be held
Barkley Jackson, buyer of the program introduced the speaker .
silver department of UnderwoodJewelers I'f" J. Missionary Education, of the Friday, Mar. 19, at 7:30 p.m..ith
Vt. .' :" t I
arrangement MethodistVSCS, had of
I charge
Jacksonville, gave a most ;<, t the Lawtey Baptist Church. A
enlightening lecture and demon- snapdragons and along the walls 11' the mission study course "Span- skit will be presented by the Jun

Gladys Mooty stration at the Woman's Club of the auditorium were table dis ..". ],i ish Speaking Americans" at the ior Department of the First; Baptist -

Phone 35 March meeting Wednesday after- I plays. The bride's table, overlaid .:1't J '.. [ monthly business and programmeeting church Starke. Rer. R. c

... ..r..r 1 !noon of last week in the club with a Point de Venice lace cloth, .-;;. : 1fV ::.. :;;. 1: education Monday building.morning in the Gray will be the speaker of the
I(house. held a central arrangement of a evening.
H. F. Underwood who was hand made bride and groom in a "J. ,: -. Mrs. Slade used "Within These

I scheduled to appear on the program fI I swan gondola drawn by homemade ,- j Borders" as the basis for the I.I Mr. and Mr; E E Mellon 01

was unexpectedly called to I swans made of puffs of nylon: net. ,..' course and introduced Mrs. +t:. D. !Gainesville were Sunday guests of

'Cuba on business and Mr. Jack- The gondola was placed on a reflector j i Williams who gave an :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollings-

son appeared in his place. Mr. I representing a lake. The v.4" ire" 5ps ing background of past intl'rest-I: worth.

Jackson talked on the differencesin I arrangement was flanked by an- Speaking people in America. Following --
Sylvia china and pottery and the I tigue candelabra holding burning Mrs. Williams' talk Mrs I ::: -'.'. -' '.: :._- -:"
f: vanety of each in answer to the [ white tapers. This table was designed Slade and Mrs. H. C. Ritch gavea

J individual's needs. He also talked and made by Mrs. Lex Green 3 review of the book showingsome Walk

Morse and showed crystal in their fusionof and Mrs. L. H. Jennings. of the problems of Mexicans
colors and showed the pattern The formal dinner table, arranged -
LRIDE'S TABLE, designed by Mr. L. H. Jennings and Mrs Lex Puerto Ricans and othr" Spanish On
eloquence of silverware. On his by Mrs. O. L. Beasley and I
display table were collector's itemsof Mrs. W. B. Mundy.. was overlaid Green, was shown at Woman's Club meetingVednesda> of last neck speaking people. In conclusion

china as well as all types of !I with an imported Italian cutwork I by Miss Carol Jennings (left) and Miss Lu Green Mrs Slade showed a film trip Cool t
I which vividly portrayed actual ,
Weds [crystal and silverware. The club cloth and centered with a dresden

was fortunate in obtaining this bowl of sweet peas. The center- scenes of migrants and partially

lecturer who was so well versed on piece was flanked by low candle 7 v permanent groups of Spanish FoamBlack

the nubject. holders holding burning pink :... speaking people in America. The
Mr. candles. The pictures also showed what some*
Curing the business meeting, place settings were I White
formal gold encrested china. of the churches are doing to
presided over by the president,
( Multi
The luncheon'tatle Mrs. meet their many needs.
Mrs J W Kmcaid an election of by H.j
B. Peyton held Reported lace During the noon hour Mrs 1'wo-
w !I delegates for the State Conventionto :
and all the Slade. assisted Mrs. Titus Olson Tone
by -
appointments and serv-
Simpson be Held April 20 to 22 in Talla-
hassee was taken. Mrs. Kincaid ice were of Fostoria blue glass Mrs. J. L. Anderson. '(Mrs Tan

will attend with Mrs. H. B. Peytonas The centerpiece was of Talismanroses F4 r 4 A. Y. Covington and Mrs. H' :M

I[ delegate and alternates will be flanked by candle holders Richarde served a delicous Spanish Q

4 .Mrs Lex Green and Mrs. A. Z. ;with burning blue tapers luncheon. The long luncheon bibles

1 I Adkms It was voted to give the | The glass-top wrought iron were decorated with yellow and

9 Red Cross $5 duth g their drive ;patio table by Mrs James Griffin, I red fnjit in Mexican baskets, pal-
Mrs E A. Hall executive secretary ;.Irs. H. B. Peyton and Mrs. W I, mettos, and Mexican potteiy

of Red Cress, has asked for :|I B. Mundy, Jr., fctd! multi-colored II III Following the luncheon the
!jflesta bamboo mats and a center-
volunteers t> join the Grey Ladies regular business and program

.in serving a. the Lake City VA 'piece of yellow calendulas. All ap- meeting was held with Mrs. E. K. 4.95
i pointments were of fiesta
'hospital A--,"')ne who can give land Perryman, president, presiding.
time; to this \. use is asked ti, contact { brass containing
Mrs J. L. Anderson had
Mr. and Mrs. William Reginald tron of honor and was attiredIn Mrs. Cesar Rivera! Miss The tea tabl, I"erlaidith an !*,-< $'9 the devotion, using as chargeof her Ever long to take just one

Morse of Starke and Fancy Gap a grey suit with a corsage of'' Audrey Newman, library chairman, imported linen cutwork cloth, was topic "Sowing Seeds of Love" cool step on red-hot sum-

Va., announce the marriage of pink roses. with her committee Mrs. W. B. cent'branch-red with an antique five- .".. ""I. She was assisted by Mrs. H M. mer days? Here's a prom
candelabra '
Sewell and Mrs. Hogan Smith, holding eperg-I ., .... '"\U'r ise for cool .
their dauihter, Sylvia, to Albert Alex Simpson, brother of the j nettes filled with __" Richarde. every step
red roses and
attended the
Raymond Simpson of Knoxville I groom, served as best man. i iI City Council meetinglast I I Interesting reports of the District
white Mrs.
week ar.d asked their assist- Japanese plum blossoms with FORMAL DINNER TABLE, designed by O. L. Beasley and "Mothers"Great
Tenn. The double ring ceremonywas bride is a graduate of Stet-
: I sonThe ance in the library building project. burning white tapers. All appointments Mrs W. B. Mundy, was shown by (I to r) Sijh ses Margaret Rose Dun meeting held in Gainesvillelast
March 4 at 8 class of 1949, witha
performed Thursday the
They were told it would be taken on the table were in I can, Martha Landrum, Marcia Kay Hazen, and Patricia PeUuin. were given by care should be exer-
o'clock In the evening in the major in sociology and is em- silver. Mrs. L. A. Davis and :Mrs. following: Mrs. I. P. ShepherdMiss
under adv.scment.
Central Methodist Church, Knoxville ployed as a claims examiner with W. E. Middleton presided at the I Amy Coburn, Mrs. T. G cised in the selection of

Tenn. with Dr. C. P. Hardin" the Social Security Administration Mrs. Paul Bridges, finance chairman 'I'.two silver tea services at which I W : : : Mitchell. Mrs. C. D. Williams shoes for your child. Our

officiating,, at Knqxville. announced two moneymaking -'Russian tea was served. I i: Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs. \VJ E shoes not only look and

The bride chose for her wed- Mr. Simpson is the owner and : this projects week. On that are to memberswere be held I Misses :Mary Agnew Matthews. I ,'fG&I .; Middleton, Mrs. M. W. Lance and wear well, but are designedand

ding a Navy blue suit compli-I manager' of Radio & Sound ServIce asked to attend Monday the Bendix Jean Mundy JoAnn Smith, Faye !j Mrs. Perryman. lasted with Ample

mented with white accessoriesand in Knoxville.Mr. I demonstration at Winkler Electricat Paulk Lu Green, Margaret Rose' I' Mrs. M. R. Judd Secy. of Chil- Room for all five Toes, If'

a white carnation corsage. and Mrs. Simpson are at which Mr. Winkler would Duncan, Martha Landrail, Patricia I drens Work, gave a very interesting Little Feet to ,
: pay : to permit
Mrs. A',ex Simpson sister-in- home at 3042 North Hills Blvd. Pellum, Joan and Joye Scholl, : report of a ten weeks' sudyon
the club 25c
for each member attending Nature Intended.
-I Grow
Marcia Kay Hazen and Carol Jan- &'j] ,
law of tare groom, served as rca- Knoxville Tenn. On Thursday afternoonat 'nings, daughters of dirt I: members t missions with the. chiidrer-.

3:30 o'clock club Mrs. Perryman announced jthat
members and
Beta Phi gowned in pastel forma', presidedat i .
TU Study Course Sigma house guests were invited to at- the Mrs. Olson was elected secretaryof Bobbie's BooteryAT
display tables ai d assistedin
Begins MondayThe Honors Rushees tend a ware party at the club serving refreshments. L.k' Christian Social Relations and {

house front which the club would >l Local Church Activities for the I DUCKY'S
Hostesses for the afternoon were ki
annual study course of the The Beta Sigma Phi sorority receive benefits. I ) Gainesville District. I
Mrs. Garl Mathews.chairman, Mrs. i
First Baptist Training Union will entertained new rushees at a Mrs. Steve Simmons, presidentof J R. McDonald, co-chavcjui. MrsE. t Mrs. Shepherd closed the ml'et-I Starke, Fla

begin March 22, continuing tacky hat party and outdoor sup- the Junior Woman's club and L. "Matthews, Mrs V,'. E. Mid. J y1 ing with prayer. J

throught the 26th. per at the home of Martha Yancey members of the Junior club, who dleton. Mrs. George Ktyelousos, f ..

Leaders for the four groupsof Monday night. Games were played were guests at the meeting, were Mrs. E. M. Davis Mrs. L. A. DaVIS. r

study will be: Adults, Rev. L. during the evening, and a prize given recognition.! :Mrs. Garl Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Mrs A Fresh from Elgin's

D. Haines; Young People (to be. was awarded to Johnnie Conner. I Mathews, chairman of the Youth E. McKinney, Mrs. H. C. Ritoh \ J

announced); Intermediates Mrs.; Prizes were also awarded to Viv- Conservation American Homei land Mrs. V. V Hazen. studio of design i

H. A. Lawson; and Juniors, Mrs., ian Harley for the most original i ..&- .
L N. Pickering. tacky. hat, and to Marian Long for I I I I :

Special emphasis nights win be the funniest. I L I I: LUNCHEON T.\RLE, J"-igii U) Mrs. II, B, lV,*on wt shown NEW EKilNS E l S with the \
New rushees
as follows: Monday Family Dr. present were by Misses ('lair Jan 5Iunil> n..riun,' Alan .\g1'.-- *l"' *hxv >-.
A. C Fiegert; Tuesday, Deacons Delores McKnight. Johnny Con- I II I f\@nrA r -n \

Rev. Edgar Wilkinson; Wednesday ner, Johnnie Sue Urquhart Shir- I ,I --I' n. "rll.I .1Lu'I,, ..' ?1'1'...>.- i iv, t', 1' :. j.- ..

WMU, Mrs. Lex Green; ley Carpenter. Vivian Harley, I I! ----- ---- omrnwmt \

Thursday Brotherhood F. Register Lucille Payne Delores Fogg, Min- Young HonoreesAre Garden C !rib

Jr. Friday, Sunday School, nie Lou Patray and Betty May.It .
Mrs. Lewis.; was announced that a tea They and certainly made a nice corner -I the Jack Schneider family has EntertainedAt i To Meet MondayThe t \.
an asset to Call Street
by ;
j moved from
in the rushees will the Mundorff! houseon 1
honor of new
Following the Friday night session be held at the home of Mrs. A. I remodeling and painting the I I II the corner of Pratt and Christian I Birthday Parties I Starke Garden Club will S The look

a fellowship hour will be J. Thomas Jr. on Sunday. March I Canova building corner of Call', street to Cecil Field] Jax. .1 Mrs R. T. Fowler entertained, hold its Match meeting Monday ; of costly E
Walnut .
held. .
Dr. J. W.Brownlee.
and the evening at 7:30 o'clock at the
21, between 3 and 4 p. m. A. L. Swanger family of at a small birthday party Wednesday i I watches! '
Attendants will be in the nur- who was out of business Pensacola I Parish House on Church street
I I now I $
The next regular meeting will occupies the Mun afternoon Mar. 3, for her I
sery each night to accommodate upstairs during the remodeling I dorff house. the executive board will meet at I I e SUPREME 1 / '
be held at the home of Grace I son, Collins, who was celebrating
process, is open again for business 7 o'clock the .
parents with young children. I I See Carolyn Edwards same evening.The !
Monday. March 22 at 8 secretar-
Page on and hear that the G. J. McGriff his second birthday anniversary. i iI I accuracy
I p. m.th Hazel Green as co- G. E. Appliance store plans tooccupy I!I ing for her daddy at Bradford Engineering I The refreshment table was attractive |I program will be on flower
hostess. Dolly Sullivan cloth arrangements with demonstra-
the newly decorated down- j ofI with a white linen Other Elgins -
BLACK HILLSPASSION stairs store around April 1st i Jax was around town Sunday''to which multi-colored balloons ,tions by Mrs. H B- Peyton. Club From $33.75 ti ,
visiting old frineds and embossed members are asked to bring any
PLAYLake Recent Birth; 'The W..f. Medlins of High Point relatives I were pinned. The white ,
PFC Ronald cut flowers' they have on hand I HOLLY \ ELGIN SINCLAIR
who is cake with blue candles ELGIN
Wale A..a.Ita.NbeJ.'N IN. C. have moved into the Mitchell birthday
Mr. and Mrs. %V. C. Broughton
SI APRIL 18 Madison I,on 20-day leave will report to his and favors of Indian noisemakers to use in the demonstrations. I 19 jewel 17 jewels
Every Btu.. T.e*., Thar. 1P i.as- of Starke announce the birth of I garage apartment on !base in Calif on Apr. 1 for I I centered the table. i iI |Members are also asked to bring II $59.50 $39.75
.r Re*. l.f. Write Box 71 a daughter, Lou Ann, on March street Mr. Medlin is working overseas i
Pt.... b0611Lake Wale*. Fla. 13, in Doctor's Clinic Hospital. I at Hatmann Furniture Co. i duty .hear that P>.1. Bert I I I The youngsters enjoyed games ;'different types of flower containers I
Newconsb is r.nv stationed refreshments of ice cream that will be suitable to use
at before
r I '' j Presented through the of Elgin National
Camp Gort oa. Ga for 8 weeks I I and cake were served. on the program. I authorized
Watch Co., and their dealer and distributor
basic .
a i Hostesses for the evening
frying rood time
was I I Helping Collins celebrate the
I in Starke and Bradford
had by all last Thursday be Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. E. A. County
evening occasion were Nancy Struth Har-
YOUR CHILD'SPHOTOGRAPH i when ShpJlife hh" called her'vounguns' len Jennings Carolyn Crews, Billy Hall Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum Miss SEE THESE ELGIN WATCHES IN OUR STORE OR ;
Clara Leaman. Mrs. C. A. Knight
Shirm! and
Brad Colson and Barbara Jean Mit- WINDOW AND BE CONVINCED THAT
Locke up at Forj.4nOuth Va. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen.
talked tc them for about 15 I I
minutes sorry to hear I Assisting Mrs. j CARD OF TIIAXKSj

Denver for about Devrick two weeks is laid up in that bed Ruby Mrs. Collins.Daisy Perryman. and Mrs. '!j We wish to thank our many Ed SimilsollLEADING Gem Jewelry

with illness
friends for their thoughtfulness i
and his son, :Michael, is also I JEWELER
con- and words of kindness during the
THURSDAY FRIDAY fined with flu it's putting I Betsy Matthews was her the friends little illness and death of our brother : The House of Fine Diamonds
few of
hostess to a |
Chessie in high gear, taking care'of I and uncle. Especially do we ap- I:
& | Saturday afternoon at a party in
SATURDAY her family and running the of her fifth birthday. i predate the many floral offeringsand ..
M celebration
store tpo. cards. j jI

March 18, 19, 20AC IdeU Landrum arrives home The dining room table was I-The family of Murray Thomas it !!
overlaid with party cloth cen-
a Saturday for a week's spring vacation I
tered with a birthday cake em- cake and lemonade. I
Per and Kaspar Duncan, Marcus day pink FOR OFFICE
Brown and Billy Cressler are bossed with the Easter motif of I Mrs. Frow tricklami assisted j

Pound home this week for their spring pink green, and yellow. The cake II Mrs. Whitehead in caring for I OP.! HOME

I holiday from Emory University was placed on a tray and was (the guests. I Ij II I

I the Presbyterian Adult choir I'surrounded by Easter grass in- i I II IOTI /tJrook8

5x7 PORTRAITAge enjoyed a hamburger party in the I terspersed with biddies. Separate I :% ('., TO APPEAR
trays held favors of Easter bunnies ;lo Circuit c..urt. Bradford Coantf, &
Limit 6 Weeks to 10' Years I Sunday school building Monday I Easter and tiny Florida !. c........ r,..
and eggs
evening with 10 members and I Elsie Lirht.>n.sttn. Plaintiff, vs. Myron IOUNTAIN MM ,
I dolls for the girls and detective Lu-htenstein Defendant.Case '
guests .
Variety of Poses Taken present after eating, I No 10-405 DISK badges for the boys. I
they enjoyed .
games with novelty otlrr To tpprariTo

Select Your Choice From prizes and the Intermediate I. Games were played during the I II : Myron and address Lichtensttin is: :36, *whoseresidence East 3.00 roar:

Finished Pictures Sunday school group of the I afternoon and prizes were won iiSth Str.-..!. ir No h erAeFOIAi
Delay Methodist church with"teacher T. I by Dawn Vanderlip of Decatur. I suit You for are hereby notified that a +

sf H. Slade and 17 members of the j Ga. and Phyllis Darby. Ice Cream'l Divorce and restoration of t .
Amazing, but absolutely true! vOu ty class attended the show "Only 1 rake and punch were maiden name 15 jnllC llc ..
In the
l has been filed against von
can have a beautiful 5x7 inch 1i God Knows" at the Fla. Theatre I Betsy's sisters Mary Agnes and I above named Court and cause and
black and white I YOU are required to serve a copy of ,
portrait Monday and 'Anne.
ise evening enjoyed re- were'EPtsrs 'I i your answer or pleadii to the complaint -
child and you pay only lc perpoutul I freshments in the educational I Also)! attending the party on the Plaintiff Attorney
Jo.,. >h K Skipper' SSI! GrahamBuilding
of his or her weight building or the church afterwards maternal and paternal JackDunviUe. Florida
with Flo Slade and daughter Joanne [grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. W. and file the original in the offioe of
A Mr. and Mrs.E. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
variety of poses will be taken and you can see the finished picture within 15 days. assisting in serving. E. Middleton and before the 19 day of April 1954
AH portraits made with John and Sonja Anderson celebrated S. Matthews and her aunt Miss I Ii otherwise the allegations of said
unconditional guarantee of satisfaction back!
or your money Complaint will be taken aa confessed -
Remember, all you pay is one cent per pound of your child's weight! i.I their wedding anniversaryon i Madge Middleton. by you Desk t Sets From $3.00 '
Mar. 11, Alice Anderson observed This notice shall be publishedonce :
Mrs L. K. Whitehead entertain- earn week for four consecutive

BRING IN YOUR YOUNGSTERS TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND II dinner her party birthday at Middleburg Mar. 13, witha with I I led at a delightful birthday party graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Maroon Green Walnut Gray Black I
her son.
!!Tuesday afternoon for Dated this is day of March. 1954. '
NEIGHBORS ABOUT THIS UNUSUAL MONEY SAVING OFFER! the Wadsworths of Hampton and Stevie who was' celebrating his I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby In Colors To Match: Your Office Furnishings
Glenn Searings of Jax helping to I Clerk of the Circuit Court
. celebrate the occasion Fran- seventh birthday.The By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy rierk
LIMIT 1 CHILD TO A F A IIL yADDITIOAL I twelve little guests en- 3;'19 4t <,'9NOTICK
I 1
ces Barry celebrated her birthdayon with
joyed games In the yard OF I>TEM"IOTO '
Mar. 15, and this I'
CHILDREN $1.00 EACH SundayNancy Stevie Denmark. Don Lee. and I REGISTER riCTITIOrS IfAMK I
Lee Struth will be two Notice is hereby given that the ;I e

You May Purchase The Other Poses If You Desire years old and Bill Adams will be Elaine After the Strickland games winning they went prizes.indoors of undersigned Chapter J9.JSJ under fawn the of provisions Florida I

three Acts of 1941. will ngMtr with the
However, There Is No Obligation! Hear that Jessie Livingston where they were given Clerk of the Circuit <* (' State of Florida -
cf Easter and bal- for Bradford 9unt"
(Mrs. G. C.) Is up from Tampafor I favors eggs upon receipt of proof of publication -
i I loons and refreshments of birth- of this notice the fictitious
Aunt 92nd BRADFORD
Mary Geigera name of Red Seal Electric & Machine '

BARKSDALE'S DEPT STORE birthday anniversary and la the I, your address book: Pvt Wm A. I Shop business, under at which" 10. I Washington am engaged St.in, >>

guest of Mrs. A. A. Durden Weldon. US24650824. Co. E. 13th SUrka. FILF. CABINETS OFFICE CHAIRS DESKS I
Seems that Aunt Mary Isn't feel-II Inf. Reetth Inf. Div, FL Jack- W. Graudon, general: delivery,

CALL STREET PHONE 259 ing quite up to par so observed 8. C. Starke.Dated Fla.this, sole 9th.owner.day of March. I 128 W. CaD St. Stark, PJau

her birthday very quietly this j lIOn. you La the next A.D. 19S4. U Surke Bradford
.,County, Florida. \
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I Miss Katherine Altman of Fort 'David Kirchner of Louisville, Ky. at Earlton Beach on Thursday. Junior, Senior f Marriage Licenses N. J., and Julia Genevieve .,'
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Benedict Those
Myers is visiting friends here attending were Miss Doro-
Browning 25, Keystone Heights |
Finzer, Jr. and Mr. Finzer. thy Ross Mrs. U. D. Dyal, Buddy BHS Bands Plense I These couples applied for marriage Florida. t j

Mrs. Angel Beauchemin and Roark Mrs. Elmer Lewis, and !!Large Audience ; licenses at the courthouserecently i
Ronald Edmund Biddle. 24.
daughters Lucie and Angelique Friends of Warren Perkins will Wanda, Mrs. Minnie Marcionny, I i

of Vercheres Canada, provinceof be glad to ;;now that he returned Mrs. T. J. Aldeman and Mrs. An appreciative audience filled ;1 : Uhrichsville Ohio and Colleen {t

; :;' THE NEWS -" Quebec, are spending three home Tuesday after a 10 day Wm. Hammond.Mr. the USO auditorium to near capacity : Roger B. Dowst, 28 Paterson, Messmore 24. Columbus. OhIo. i

months with their uncle Dr. J. A. stay in St. Luke's hospital, Jack- and Mrs. T. R. Calloway of last Friday night to hear a joint ; !

..- -- LeClerc at Lake. sonville. Gainesville concert by the High School Band
-------------- Kingsley were recent guests of 1
the and the Junior BHS Band. ; If I
Ail' .' ALeere left ThursI Mrs. Bessie Tyrrell and Miss Saxons.Mr. : NEW LOCATION !
Pvt. Warren (Scobby) Kelly Chaplain and Mrs. Oscar W. and Mrs. D. L. Knight and It was the Junior Band's first j I
Sallie of Hartford, Conn.
; for New Yorl Day
day jy vane wheleshe
left Sunday afternoon by plane Houpt, USN Athens, Ga. were recent daughter of Hilliard Sun- public appearance and the audience i
cu.yj on the Queen Elizabethfor spending a few days with Mr. spent indicated Dr. Seymour R. Marco
for Camp Stoneman, Oakland. guests of Dr. and Mrs. Calvin day afternoon with their son and approval of its OptometristNOW
E".1"She" ; was joined in and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Mrs. Tyr J. Houpt Chaplain ing performance by the
Houpt came
Calif. to await reassignment to family, the John outstand-I
Washington by Mrs. EsterlineBell rell is a sister and Miss Day a down to christen the son of Mr. Knights.W. amount of applause. LOCATE* NEXT TO POST OFFICEOn
the Far EastMrs. O of Dundee
Forsyth and
and Dt Clara Burcell for niece of Mr. Quigley. Walnut Street
and Mrs. V. W. Strickland Jr. and The Senior Band presented two
Franklin who recently re- I
the three-mcnth:: tour. W. A. Scott of Gainesville the grandson of Dr. and Mrs. turned from Japan, spent the groups, opening and closing the EYES EXAMINED GLASSES; FITTED
Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Merrick Houpt. Baby Daniel Edward concert, and featuring several I
and :Mrs. O. Kent of Ontario. weekend with brother Joe Forsythand
spent Thursday in Citra. Canada were luncheon guests of Strickland was christened' in the family. specialty numbers. Outstanding Hours9jOOAM. 5OOPM
Mrs. Joe Braden and Miss Myrtle Lutheran Church in Beachon these "Ole Man !
Daytona was Riv-
among Thursdays and Saturdays| 9:00 .
last A M.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Bert Hinson Jr. recently re- 12 Noon
Reddish of Jacksonville spent March 7. er" by the Brass Sextet, composedof
the weekend with the Errol Al- Friday. turned from Korea and is spend- John Mack Newsome, Levy JIll ONE 219

r varez family. I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brinson and ing a vacation at his home here. Canova, Jr., George Canova, Tom I ,

Rev. and Mrs. G- E. Cutshaw of Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish of I j I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Saxon spent Long, Ann Johns, and Ted = .. _.. '' o
Ed :
are visiting J. ;; .: ___ __ : : ;j : : }k: : : : __ : c
1 Tillman McIntosh: returned to Greenville. Term Valdosta, Ga. were here Sunday I Sunday afternoon with the B. Y. wards. A skit, "Little Nell," was -

the Lake City hospital Sunday I friends here for several days I II visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Alva- Saxon's. presented by Martha Landrum, For Growers Who Are Still Planting

after a three-day visit with his I rez, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Turner Eugene Birt has been very ill Louis Wise, Billy Henderson, and or

I j parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- :Mrs. Larry Gibson, Mrs. Cesar I and Roy Turner. _? / with mumps the past week. Ben North; and a Brass Tno- Having To Replant

i lntosh. Rivera and Mrs. R. F. Young a- -Mrs. Ellen Saxon is ill with Jim Davis, Levy Canova, Jr. and

a tended the Orchid Show in the Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner of blood poisoning.Mr. Lex Green, Jr.-played "Autumn

Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Raiford American National Bank building Gainesville spent Monday with I. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of Tones." Johns Simmons, student iije, Still Have :t,

j spent the weekend with Mrs. Ann in Jacksonville on Sunday. :Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Archer and Mrs. D. W. Moore of conductor, led the band in "Early tI I

s '4IH '!Kelly: and Loretta Kelly. .' Starke called on Mrs. T. F. Brown California Overture." JoAnn Smith. O'I

I Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Gay :peat the Mrs. L. S. Hutto will spend the Sunday.Mr. twirler, was featured in a march I I

j Errol Alvarez spent this week weekend with Mr. and Mrs. O C. weekend with her granddaughterand and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen number, and Elissa Stefanell: ,
tj .1 husband, SK/2 and Mrs. Brad played a saxophone solo. i ,
Gainesville. :
(with ),t/'. and Mrs. Herbert Dahl Gay in daughter Norma Jean, and Mrs. At The I

land. Mi. and Mrs Joe Braden in I Locke in Portsmouth, Va. M. B. Layfield visited Mrs. O. G. The Junior Band's specialty numbers ,

Jackssiyjiie Mr. and Mrs J. I. Fryer and Johnson of Flemington on Satur- I included a trumpet duet by 'MOST.
daughter Dorothy, of VVaycrasa, Dr. M. B. Herlong is spending Douglas! Seymour and Sammy PRICES I

4 Ga. \isited Mr. arid Mrs, Dolvin a week fishing on Lake Dolancey. day.Mr.: and Mrs. D. Brannen and Warren and a cornet solo by Bill ,

1:Foreman} family over the week- daughter of Lakeland called on Green. O I

f.i11 t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers and the Raleigh Brannens Sunday Proceeds fri the concert will

daughter, Sand of Jacksonvilleand toward paying the band's expenses -
Mrs Ida Parrish and go
r : Jack J<.!.e3 of Rutledge. Ga. andLee Butch Smith from Georgia of Earletur. Beach spent daughterV&18 the at the Music Festival Insure Your Crop for Top Quality and Economy by

I lanes t-f Atlanta were lionaav Military School spent the weekend -eekend, wilh Mr and M.-sj Jacksonville, on March 20.I I Seeing Us For lout Seed and Fertilizer
with their I Ii feeds
: tuests( of Mr. and M>s. W. G. parents, Mr. and :Mrs. I

IttUtt aunt Ha:!.:. The Hailer alw had as Junius Smith. j"(Topsy Mrs Brown.T F. Brown and Ian i iI I At The Tabernacle I II I.

turnlptSttt :;Ga..Mrs,\might Wm. guests Mathis Tuesday of Covington:Mr. and Mrs.Patterson Gladys Wasdin Ga. were and weekend childrenof I j I I! Gaines-ill.'attrda j j I!Ube EJ Youth Young Meetug Berry nad at the charge Taber-of I BROKE & CHASTEEN

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Wesley Halricspent
I insti-ie last Sa'-Jtday night; present- Near
Wasdin. j Sunday with Mr and Mrs S.A.L. Depot Starke, Fla.
t ,T rltcrl I Mit Augusta Hfllman! and Mrs. Joseph Warriner at Lake ienevaMr. i king an 'ntcrestizsg program of

iJanae Dodd and daughters. Patricia ;i I jcviiMi' leadingmd Bible Quiz. -,, : -:::; =::-. : : -_ : : <. : -- -- '
I I and Jan, of Ocala were Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mrs. j' and Mrs. John E. Hammond I I I : ._ .."'' __ 1
l o .. g$ of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith and Mrs. J. W An- Crystal Lake were Saturday::
"' robs. guests Sunday I II Ii
drews I dinr.pr of the WIT HuJn- _
in j guests
1* aY'tkn to I William Norris. The Norrises also were Sanford Saturdayevening

k. had as guests Tuesday eveningMr. to hear Acting Governor mcnds. I i To The Citizens of The

DE ADDEtSS i CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON and Mrs. R. H. Barkley of Charley Johns speak. I Mrs. Pansy Gilder and son and 8th

I Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Tanner of Nichols, Ga. were I DIL

., Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long haveas Sunday guests of the W. N. Jack- ,
about this question FL" \
: and :Mrs Ben Rowland were guests Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. I sons. Congressional District of Florida
I in Cedar Key on Sunday visiting Lewis and Mrs. L. R. Lewis of Loren Brown was very sick the

friends. Wilmington, Dela. past week. His daughter Miss
Having a limited income, it Fri. Sat March 19. 20
Ann Brown of Starke cared for
Pants 3.55 I is difficult to meet the mortgage -I John E. Mundorf went to Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green spent him.! I DOUBLE FEATURE

payments on our home. on Saturday to attend the the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,I Miss Josephine Thomas of

Shirts 2.77 ,I Yet. I want to protect my (funeral of his brother-in-law He returned, Le- C. C. Shepherd in Tampa. I Gainesville spent the weekend at I In Old AmarilloWith

roy Morningstar. her horn here.
I family in the event of my I(home on Thursday. Mrs. E. D. Beadenbaugh of Orlando James Thomas entertained the Roy Rogers

death. Can I obtain an insurance : were weekend guests of Mr. .I mumps last week. Sue Chastain -And-
Waters Jenkins of and lies. W. B. Sewell. I II
I Mrs. Miriam
Pants 2.77 policy which will pay I also had them.
Atlanta will arrive this weekend I At War
Mr. and 1.11'1Joe E. William"
off the mortgage if I die and Its I I spend a week with :Mr. and Mrs. i I I Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson spent j!and daughter Jane of Tampa spent With The ArmyWith

leave them with a roof over W. H. Nolman.: I II I I from Thursday to Tuesday with''
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Shirts 1.88 heads? I I !her daughter, Mrs. Glen Hartwig I II Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis
their Dick Williams.
l Mr and Mrs. J. H. Quigley o! !I!Tampa.. Plus Serial Last Chapter "KingOf I>
I James Home Jr. of U. of F.
80z.i Citlla.tfMass.., who have been ; I '
I iI I !i Gainesville, spent Sunday at his Congo" and Cartoon
house guests of Mr.. and;,'Mrs. J. j ji Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughters I

Dungarees 1.88 i T Quigley eft Thursday .for Mi- j[and Mrs. O. J. Barry of Brooker home. I ,
I !iarni and other points la South and j:were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddockand Sun., Mon.. and Tues.

THESTAR Charley E. Johns !!I their West bome.Florida before returning to 'I!Crews in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mtss I Sunda'y.Mr. son. visited in Jacksonville March 21. 22, 23

and Mrs. P. L. Morris and DOUBLE FEATURE
Pat I
of Gainesville
S STORE'E & Son Agency \! Mr and Mrs. Earl Mlddleton. I the weekend Sieg guest of Miss Ann was I son of Macclennv visited her sister -

Mr* W Q. Downing, and Mrs Delia: I Johns. I I j Mrs. J. G. Adkins. Monday. The Royal

I I II Wertarn of Jar.ksonvUfwere: II| Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Matchett-
310.12V Call St. I Phone 13 StarKe, Fia. I African RiflesWith
,i ?ut!(la> guests! of l>r and Mrs W. Mrs. O. L. Beasley was visiting j were in Plant City Sunday.-and
......... .......4&444i I E. !Middieton.Mr\ : Mr. and Mrs. C C. Hoppe in.were accompanied home by Mr Louis Hayvvard
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Tampa over the weekend { Matchett's sister and brotherinlaw : -And-
6 W L Blair Miss Ruby iTH.YNK YOl my friends for
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day and
; 0r.-en. '{ev. and Mrs. T. G. Milin i KnotWith
a J-vo Jti Mrs. Y. A. Harris and Mrs. S. j Mrs. Inza :Morrow of Plant City Hangman's I returning ti without
me Congress opposition.
-!! and Dr. T. Arthur Mosley
J. Harris and daughter, Betty Lou j who are visiting the Marshal' Randolph Scott ,
,.:ended the Young Adult District
of Gainesville, and Mrs. Esther Matchettsand I promise continued faithful service
meeting Tuesday evening at the Matchetts the Shelley Plus Color Cartoon For Kids to the
Letchworth of Sebastain Sun- : i
were .
the G. P. Wadsworths.Mr.
Gainesville.Mr.University.: I day guests of :Mr. and Mrs. G. J.I i j and Mrs. Thomas Wads- best of my ability. I want you to know that

McGriff Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lex j worth of Eunnpll spent Sunday Wed., Thur.March 24, 25 : .
I Green. I your faith in me is a great inspiration andI
/ I and Mrs. Everett White- iI iI[with Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads- DOUBLE FEATURE 'I

head and children of Winter Haven worth. shall always strh e to work for the best in-
Mrs. C. J. Powell is
spending i
I were weekend guests of Mr. and I| Mr. and Mrs.' H. E. McGee and Walt Disney's
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET several weeks with her son-in-law J .
terests of !
Mrs. L. K. Whitehead.Mr. !i family spent the weekend with j. our peope.
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peter Pan
SEA TROUT RED BASS relatives in Orlando.
Miller in Denver Colo.
SHEEPSHEADRED and Mrs J. M. Edwards and i iI i I The cold weather and sickness In Technicolor Sincerely,

daughters. Gayle and Diane, spent I from contactine-
i prevented me -And-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laye and
FISH CHOWDER the weekend in Orlando with Will try to do betterIf
I everyone.
daughter Mary of Walt Disney'sBear
friends. I Jacksonville were visiting Dr. and' you have news you want put Billy Mat thews

:Mrs. T. G. Ritch on Saturday.Mr. in the paper please send it to me CountryIn i!
STARKE SEAFOOD MARKETPhone Miss Judy Ray of Jacksonvillewas Technicolor ,

the weekend guest of Mr. and ,
and Mrs. D. O. Pridgen of And Girls
4-H Boys Plus Color Cartoon For Bilk
392 .Mrs. Merrill Edwards.Mr. Jacksonville and Miss Sue Biggs ((1'01. Adv. Paid for by Billy Matthew)
S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. of St. Augustine were Sunday I To Hold Rally Day I.
and :Mrs. Steve Simmons at- I -
I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie 1
tended the Pharmacists Convention i Bradford County 4-H girls and \

'. '_ -_ _'-. '!t.___ __4...._ ,_. __ _', ; !'!. in Mobile, Ala Sunday to Biggs. :,I boys will hold a 4-H Rally Day, -.=. -
Wednesday. !(I Saturday March 27 from 10 a.m.
Mrs. J. H. Fields returned home

1 Sunday after spending two weeks I I j Ito I 2 p.m., at the USO Building. Nest With A Little Down
Bryan Kucera of the State Farm : Starke. Announcement of the Let Us Feather Your
: in Newton, N. C. with Mr. and :, .
was the overnight guest last Fri- event was made in a letter mailed
Mrs. George Powell who returned
!: day of Jerome Edwnrds. this week to parents of the girls
I II here with her for a few weeks II
and boys from Do.wthy: Ross Home :
I visit. The Powells and Mrs. Fields
Dedicated To Community Service Pfc. and Mrs. Ronald Andrews "Demonstration Agent; and GeorgeT. .
were visiting Mrs. W. H. Ford and :
"Movies Are Better Than Ever" are returning to Starke this week- Mrs George Carter in Cocoa Tues- | Huggins County Agent. in
end after spending a week visit- "Fun and Play the 4-H Way" is ;t.
to I
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad ing relatives in North Carolina and day Thursday. the theme of the day as part of '. '

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. Aberdeen, Md. j the National 4-H Club Week celebration k .
Mrs. Amy Strickland and Mrs.
I this month. Girls will 0-

., Sat.-March 19. 20 i t Sun., Mon.-March 21, 22 Mrs. Katie Howard and Mrs. Mae Connell of Belle Glade were I model garments they have made. ,
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I Merrill Edwards were visitingMr I Members will bring lunch, and
DOUBLE FEATUREEA wftII.. 1t.r Paul Raymond; The Raymonds and
and Mrs. Roy Howard in | drinks will be on sale.
.. their guests and Mrs. Ralph Alva
Gainesville i Parents invited to attend
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: rez were visiting friends in Jacksonville I
""v Of ADVENTURE i Lewis Ronald McClellan, Le- on Sunday. ,
= .. + 6th Grade 4-H Newsi Phone 80
A""' Of T1+plllt!' I Roy Randall Martin, and Jimmy Mrs. I Starke, Fla1
M. F. Hazen
and Miss
MARiI [ NEAl Maines enlisted Tuesday, March Marcia Kay Hazen spent Wednesday i The 6th Grade 4-H Girls met at -
wM Yw(11WUIWtY 1 6, in the U. S. Mamies and are 2 o'clock
afternoon the
Monday in
/.A/. WUtOGHB,Jr.....MKOUHKt of last week in Jacksonville,
.... SHCHUUIKwUMCt_ 9UXSIT now in Jacksonville before going to Starke armory. The meeting was
"- /U LCiWI
Parris Island. I called to order by Barbara Sue Rooms
Plus''<.1lt >e Burgler" Cartoon i I'YYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYYIIIAMPTON |Biggs and Linda Kay Sale led the

And Latest World NewsGEORGE i Mrs. W. H. Perkins had as '4-H Pledge. I

:;guests Sunday J, F. Kirby and: The club finished organizing at -

t L. PATTEN j daughters. Myrtle, Marjorie, and I this time by electing two song Completely[ Furnished

Mrs. Burle Lane of Lake City. by Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond leaders who were Harriet Powell ..
Tues., Wed., and Thur. I and Linda Kay Sale, and a club "

-And- March 23. 24, 25 Benedict Finzer flew to Louisville .A..A.A A..A..A..... j I reporter Mary Katherine Wain.wright. -

I Ky. last Saturday to visit his .
3 BIG DAYS The Cast that put on the Min- 48 PIECES
5555s. mother, Mrs. Benedict Finzer. Sr. I! strel Show here in Hampton also( Enrollment cards were filled out, I
who was seriously He expects 1 and Food Record Books were
put it on at the Legion Hall in'
It.I ) return home Uvi weekend. ::studied. Frieda Kimberly will givea
NEStONsC3r1 I Starke last Friday night for benefit demonstration
on "Setting the
I! Mr and Mrs. Claude Crowson( I of tre W. O. W. They were 11 I table the 4-H way" at the next '

\'spent Friday and Saturday with I entertained at a chicken pilau 1 meeting FOR

1 FOSTER Mr and Mrs. W. W. Sellers of supper on Thursday night by the Rally Day will be held Saturday 299.95

_1I1Q-1III. an Ewa .. aw rya ee !Burlington, N. C. at the Golden I Woodman Circle. Those attend- March 27 in the USO ONLY
-r--IIL'Y IIMaf.ur_r as ra.a 4 1:Villa, Clearwater Beach. ing were Mrs. Lulu Slade Mrs.

Mary Williams Mrs. Nannie Wat-
Prize Winnerj
Plus "Huey1 Ducky JHJdy" Rev W. S. McAliley, W. T. terson Mrs. Kunic: Wilson Mrs. i i -

(Jackson. R. G. Paterson, Rudolph Cl&rtce Adkins, Mrs Gertrude! j j than 112..
By selling more tractors
Cartoon and No. 9 Serial
j SUlk, and John Mixon attended Slade, Mrs. Hul Thomas, Mrs.Bessie other I-H dealers in Florida'and "

1 ithe District Men of the Church '.+&r.e.rs.. Barbara 1 I[southern Georgia during the month ; 1 $30 DOWN Plus Tax

MRS. GEORGE S. COX rally at the Fairfield Presbyterian Hill Mrs. Florm Maxwell. Mrs. i of February, Farm Home and Auto 1
Church on Sunday afternoon. Ruth Hammond! and Miss Willow
garsaow. r..a.C6a'...... I Supply won first prize consisting
d'0:111.: J IG SOON I M sfieu aU!:(W lIMa WIll..... ..... I Hammond and Miss Louise Ad-j Iof a 13-ton air conditioning unit BALANCE ON 15 EASY
I ....Ww.rw If-me i :Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- : ktns Deliver R. Derrick owner, statesthat

, "Posse Cat" Cartoon and Iockne, Ca. and }.!rs. W. K. I extend MONTHLY PAYMENTS
"', t Tins | The Hampton Kows Demonstra- the contest is to during
.VI, '::Aitt Thompson Thomson and children
: Late World New. of Mon i- MUch and April, and that 10 far !

": -- 'I cello spent the weekend wfth.their r'Uon Club toured the Starke. hia! copy is in'the IstA. .
ty-+ .:- -. - --. --- 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stirrup.1]Nursery and< tu AzaleaGarden* : ::1)


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I ,. FRIDAY. MARTH 19.. 1S.UBf
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your written defenses, if any to West line of said Lot 62 and
.' the Bill of Complaint in said suit 57.11 tug described as follows with ref. .
POLITICAL feet in width age ditch and haul
; on the Ea t line of erence to road flr.a portion All parties
Section to the
on or before the 12th day' of April said Lot 62. 13. Township 5 i suit and all :
Containing 0.242 acres, South. Range 22 East of State Road S-125 in Bradford parties Interested
1954 and the same time serve a and Section may appear and !
ANNOUNCEMENTS more or less exclusive of existing 24. Township 5 County Florida and that be heard at the time
copy thereof upon Scruggs and Carmichael South, Range 22 I >ns of and place des
road right of the !
East Judges of the Circuit C. ignated.
P. O. Box 197. Gainesville. .nrt in I
IS> OWNED BY: Eva F. Howe. the Eighth
I Florida. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Beginning on the West line of Judicial Circuit of Flor WITNESS my hand and this
Parcel No.
10. Right of ida
SRD said will be
FOR SCHOOL BOARD Herein, fail not or Judgment will No. 16. way Section 13 at a point 32 feet I March, A.D on the 15th day of of said Court on this 3rd day of
hereby announce my candidacy be entered against you by default. That part of: northerly from the Southwest corner the forenoon, 1954. at 9:30 o'cl.ck in March. A. D., liSt
for School Board from District The Bradford County Telegraph of said! Section 13. run thence I thereof, in Circuit (OFFICIAL SEAL) Claries A. Darby
Three (Brooker and New River) a newspaper of general circulationin NW% of NEV, of 'XW'" of Section North 89 degrees 5g ram., 53 Sf'c.1 Court Court Chambers in Bradford rminty Clerk Of Circuit Court of Brad-
subject to the will of the DemocratIc Bradford County, Florida is here- %t. Township 5 South. I East 4.8..C feet, crossing the House at Starke. Florida I ford County Florida.
I voters in the May primaries. I by designated as the newspaper in Range :22 East and a parcel of line of said Section 13 to the East consider said Declaration ot Taking HOLLIS V. KNIGHT
feel tb.u I am well qualified for this which this notice shall be published land described as: line of said Section 14 at a point I appoint appraisers and make County Attorney
position aDd If .elected will serve once a week for four (4) publications ommencing on the Section line be- 1.2 feet South from the Northeast such order as the Court deems Starke Florida ,
the pwple of my district and the prior to said date, April tween Sections 23 and 14 of said corner of said Section 24. Containing proper. Starke. Florida 3/5 4t 3 IS
: county 11 large to the best of my 12th. 1954.Witness. Township and Range at the pointof O.J12 acres more or less ex; I
ability. intersection thereof with the clusive of existing road right of
-t'< my hand and seal of said
T. : -A. L. GREEX. East line of the Right of way of way.
Geo. \fluggimCounty Court at Starke Bradford County
Florida this 10 day of March. 1954. S. A. L. Railway for a POINT OF IS OWNED BY Richard Bennett Jr. !
Agent FOR CO COMMISSIONER OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby BEGINNING thence run East along and wife Elsie Dennett ami Bob- MOVING
DISTRICT .'OLRI Clerk of the Circuit Court the North line of paid Section :!3 by Bennett and wife. Faye Ben-
Agricultural Extension Senice I I hereby announce my candidacyfor I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk and the South line of Section 13 said net. I
County Commissioner District 3/12 4t 4/:! Township and Range a distance of Parcel No. 16. Lateral Pitch Right I
Four (Theressa, Hampton Graham). ISO) feet thence run South 14 degrees of Station 443-1-12.0 (PART) SRP I
Keep Hog (Cots! Down and loss of appetite. Breathing subject to the will of the Democratic NOTICE Tf APPEAR West (being parallel to said No, 16. LOCAL S Safe PHONE i

A little care and management becomes rapid. In most cases the voters in the May primaries.If IB Circuit Court Bradford C.u.t7. Railroad) a distance of 1000 feet That part of: OR
elected I promise to render the thence run West 14 degrees North NWJ4 of NEy of NW of Sec Dependable
Florida IB Chaueery. I
can mean big! difference in hog animal has difficulty faithful service to the peopleof LONGDISTANCE
a same Eleanor E. Thompson, Plaintiff to the Right of way of said Railroad tion 24, Township 5 South.
profits. A ftv things we all know about and frequently lies down. my district and done the county in the past.I as a. Reward U. Thompson, Defendant.Case .vs. thence run North along: said Range 2! East. i S EconomicalR.
whole I have I
that Railroad right of way to the Pointof lying each side of and within 15
but need a ittl$. reminder of once Rapidly developing swellings or will appreciate your continued No. 10388otce feet of
:> Titpp..r.. Beginning. lying South of and a ditch centerline, said S B. Alvarez OR
tumors in the tissues under the cooperation and support. within 50 feet of the survey line of ditch centerline being described I
In awhile, are Jisted here: -Jessie K. Chastain. To: Seward G. Thompson. whore as
residence and address State Road 8-125. Section ZS54. said follows: Agents For TRANSFER I
is UN
1. Feed 80rdully before skin are characteristics. They may KNOWN.You : survey bne being described as follows Commencing on the West line of.II Dtlcher Bros. AND.25ft- I

and after Dreedftgl: More pigs and appear on the neck and shoulders, FOR SChOOL BOtRD an hereoy notified --hat a : Section 12. Township 5 South, Range i STORAGE .. :
the I hereby announce my candidacyfor eult forDivorce Beginning on theest line of Section 22 East at a point 32 feet Northerly
stronger pigs at farro- 'ng means beneath the breast and on member of the Board of Public custody and control of 13. Township 5 South Range from the Southwest corner of said

getting them: to jrarket in shorter flanks and thighs, and in some Instruction, District No. 1. Lawtey minor childrenhas 22 East. (East line of Section 14, Section 13. run thence North 89 '
J I I and Bradford County. I have worked been filed I'Township B South Range 22 East) degrees. 58 min.. 53 see East'' !
the against In the I II STORAGEPerrynian
time and with jnore profit per cases they appear on gums In the school system with for five the above named Court and you cause and, at a point 3! feet North from the I 1283.0 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING -

sow. and base of the tongue. years as a bus driver and I feel |'you are required to serve a copy of Southwest corner of said Section of ditch centerline run

2. Sanitation does pay with Vaccination to prevent the disease that maintenance I know/Cbools'n moat department.rf the this problems ,I your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintlff'i to the min.13, run. 53 thence sec West South 550.23 89 degrees: feet 58 to 'I sec.thence East South 50 0 degrees feet run 01 min.thence 07 Bldg. fe. Court St. Starke Florida

hogs. Sanitation includes having' is the only reliable treat- facing I am a the home owner of this rountY'j Attorney A. J Thomas Jr., a point on the centerline of State South 3! degrees 46 min., 07 sp,-. I !
all r Starke, Florida Road 200 Section 2801-114 designated East 250 feet to the end of said
pigs free from internal and external -I' ment. Losses may occur immedi- and have I been 35 a years old and have and rile the ongrnai in toe orflco: or a. survey line Station 421-1-78.77! ditch centerline. Containing (for U- t
life. am
parasites. Feed costs too ately or after several days. Losses worked with the boys and girls of ,. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on on the survey line of State Road that part of said ditch in NW\i of
and feel that I understand r before the S-125 Section 2854-150 RETURN NEH of NWy4 of bald Section 24) FRUIT TREES
much to feed worms. I \&ee lots I may occur on infected premises the county them and their nfoeds. 1 also 12 day of April, 1954; thence to the Point of ginning 0.117 acres more or less.

of good pigs that might be betterif after several months or even have two boys wh'm I expect to be otherwise the allegations of said of the survey line of said State IS OWN }D BY: Richard Bennet. Jr. O AZALEAS & CAMEUASFlower
educated in this ....!-oIelected. 'ystf'm. If Complaint will be tan as confessed Road S-125. Section :2854. and run and wife. Elsie Bennett and
there were not jw many lice years. Keeping all animals vaccinated I promiK-.. work with the by you.This North 89 degrees, f.8 min., 53 sec. by Bennett and wife Faye l"ob-I

them. If use crankcaseoil is your best prevention. other Board memhct' for the betterment I notice shall :.e published East 6282.60 feet (Crossing the neLl
you of the BrIt'Jr'i County school once each week for four consecutive South line of said Section 13) to Parcel No. 17. Lateral Ditch Right
the treatment should be re Plant Some Sugar Cane SYRtf'ln. May I weeks In the Bradford County Tele. th. East line of Section 24. Town- of Station 413-1-12.0 (PART), SRD Seed

peated In about 10 days to get Cane is mighty good for a win- Your vote ai.dupport on erftDh I hfp 5 South. Range 22 East at a No. 17.
the 4th appre'lt"J. Dated this 4 day of March. 1954. point 1.2: feet outh from the Northeast That part of:
those that hatch later. ter supplement providing rough- _.,.\\man Norman I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj corner of said Section 24. Containing NWVi of SEI., of NW>-i of Section -
fed by I, Clerk of the Circuit Court in aggregate 0.438 acres 24, Township 5 South
to for cattle. It is easily ,
3. It Is important keep age I COMMISSIONER Gro-Tone
very FOR flINTY By Marian L. Ciosby. Deputy Clerk more or less including existing road Range 22 East. Magic Bloom Hu Gro
pigs growing fast right' fwiu the most any method you want to DIVTKl'T TWO l'andid3"y 3/12 4t 5/2 right of way. Lying each side of and within' 15
remember well a few years I h.-:-...>y annc.n.Ke my Distract 13 OWNED BY: Richard Bennett. Jr. feet of a ditch centerline said ditch Plant Foods
start. Pigs gain best wh-.:11 they use. I (""nM''. !ilonf'r.
for Countv to the NOTICE TO APPEARla and wife, Elsie Bennett and Bob- centerline being described as fol10".8 -
are young. ago a number of dairymen fed Two (North >:tpr\.i t.. the subject Democratic Circuit Court Bradford County by Bennett and wife. Faye pen- :

Castrate all boar when cane and compared feed expenses will of the. voers plf't""l to thl".rptopon- Florida IB ChaBecry net. Commencing on the West line of LarksPur Petunias
4. pigs If Carnations
primal, : ;0. ; t'. give my Frank D. Smith. Plaintiff vs. Har Parcel No. 13, Right of Way, SRD Section 1:. Township 5 South Range PLANTS: : ,
they are from 2 to 4 weeks old. with same months the year be- Rible )ffkf' t I..r.rti rfl' .. "'h. (..:;"lve riett E. Smith Defendant. No. 13-Rev. 2! East at a point 3% feet Northerly

was figuredinto best ffortl -, .: :,., of the Case No. 10-3H! That part of a parcel of land from the Southwest corner of said
There is less loss of blood and leas fore. Milk production ,"d 'hillarti.l! :-ehl ; ;:
f nw nl...r'.t .i.11' the roun"y Notice To Appear described as: Commencing on the Section 13, run thence North 89 degrees SEED All Kind Garden and Field
shock. '"<" word to average tht j;iff ,17.1 a:>whol.t .- 7..o\r .'ot.' PHd sup' To: Harriett E. Smith whose residence ,dividing line of Section nand 14, 58 min., 53 sec. East 1283.0 :

5. Vaccinate af weaningage or: ;**1 to produce txe :, ;"..' be arol..I I IH. is: Maywood, California and (0 feet East 01 the Florida Railroad feet to the POINT: OF BEGINNINGof
pigs saving .or.
I : hose r,'" -H lA.vt on. mailitg a against hog cholera and swine same !su '.::1t &.' r.,'k. Feed cz -- delivery Ma) wood, California. running on said Section line and South 0 degrees 01 min. 07 sec. I

veicat fro<;r. 23 l't 40 "fI"-JI rr : FiR SC.IOOI. 1I0.\RD You are hereby notified that a dividing line of Sections 24 and IS East 50 feet run thence South :.12 SISTRUNK thTWST11ItE
plague. THRKEn suit for 1500 feet; thence South 14 degrees degrees, 46 min.. 07 51'('. East 25(1(
New Fly SprayA animal r -lay Care zi*> 1\11 UI :
insecticide call Mela- piar* u. 'Jic beefing tcl. M-iiooi woara. District inree has been filed against you In the Railway; thence West 14 degrees Containing (for that part of Call St. *
new imports i ;jirocner. Jew rover suojeci to above named Court and cause and North or at Right angles to said said ditch in NW 4 of NEtS of lhone 39 Starke Fla.

thkm is now available ,juj d will I program Any ",'ei&!>; n.'. lost be 1/0 in ot tne voters in me tieraocraue you are required to serve a copy of j' Railway to a point 60 feet East of NWV. of said Section !4) 0.117 acres

even control DpT-resistant flies. will not have to be gained back I primaries 01 way. i am a your answer or pleading to the complaint I'said Railway; thence North 14 degrees more or less.' F-- r-- 1
me long residence 01 nraoioro on the Plaintiff Attorney East or parallel to said Rail IS OWNED flY Emma Pearce
This new material is ppecUJly the following spring. county a veteran 01 worm war i Richard B Austin, 100 Smith way 632 feet to Point of I:>einnme. Hill. ,"
that can I ana a memoer 01 tne county uem- Building. Jacksonville. Florida being situated in Township 6 South, No. 20-Rev
good around turns aid poll.try Plant in rows so you I iocratic executive committee. it and file the original In the office of Range 22 East, lying South of and Parcel No. :20, HAUL ROAD SRD

houses. Maatsion kills the maggots cultivate by running the tractor etectea i win aevote toe necessary the Clerk of the Circuit Court on within 50 feet of the survey line of All that part of Lot 60; of Wood. EL RANCHq
Fertilizewell I time ana extort to serve tne peopie or before the 12 day of April. State Road S-125.: Eection 2S54-150 lawn! Subdivision in Section 13.
it kills the adult fies. down the middle.
as disc 01 my aistrict ana county to toe I 1954; otherwise the allegations of said survey line being described as Township 5 South Range 22 East
Blackleg S won la Here and you will make lots of oest ot my acuity, pledging cour- 'said Complaint will be taken as I follows with reference to Section according to plat recorded in Plat RESTAURANTU.
5 I teous service ana impartial consideration ,confessed by you. 13. Township 5 South. Range 22: Book 1. page 17 of the public records
Blackleg occurs mostly In cattle feed. at an times. tour vote ana Tbitnotice shall be publishedonce East and Section 24, Township i 5 of ETadford County Florida, lying I

between 6 and 18 months of .age. Cow Testing Campaign Soon j!support win oe aeepiy appreciatea etch week for four consecutive South. Range 22: East. on each side of and within 10 fret S. 301 at N. City Limits
i I ana your commence win not ue I weeks in the Bradford County Tele. Beginning on the West line of of a haul road centerllne. said
Younger ones sometimes become Bangs disease is something you mispiarea. sincereiy. I graph. said Section 13 at a point 32 feet centerline being described as I Starke, Fla.

infected. The disease! seldor at- do not want in your herd. All fe- j i Ethan A. Sapp. I Dated this 5 day of March. 1954.IOFF1CIAI. Northerly from the Southwest cornerof Commencing en the West line of
should'be : tAl.1 Charles A. Darby said Section 13. run thence North Section 13, Township 5 South. Range I
tacks cattle past :1 years of age male animals in the county I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT I Clerk of tne Circuit Court. 89 degrees. 58 min., 53 sec. East 22 East, at a point 32 feet North Special. Sunday DinnersSANDWICHES

and there is almost complete n- tested. Bulls to be used in TWOI By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 5282.6: feet: crossing the South line from the Southwest corner of said
am a candidate for County Commissioner I 3/12 4t 5/2 of said Section 13 to the East line Section 11.: run thence North 89! decrees. .
tural immunity after 3 years. breeding should be tested. Calvesbetween I of District Two (Precinct I of said Section 24 at a point 1.2 58 min.. 53: sec. East 2118.9

Blackleg organisms ; ')in entrance 5 and 8 months of age Two. North Starke) subject to the In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth; feet South from the Northeast cornerof feet, run thence North 0 degrees BAR-B.QUE 1\
I will of the people in the Democratic Judicial Circuit I. And For Bradford said Section :24. Containing 0.4S2: 23 min., 07 see East 300 feet to the
into the body of the animal can be vaccinated for prevention I[ Primaries in May. The knowledge II County. Florida acres. more or less exclusive of POINT OF BEGINNING of the centerline CHICKEN & RIBS

through small cuts or punctures .of bangs. ''of county affairs gained in my first Law ito 5004iOT1'H existing road right of way. of said Haul Road run
term should help me to better I I OF HVLF. NISI IS OWNED 1Y- Richard Bennett. Jr. thence South degrees. 23 min.. 07 Curb Sen-ice 3-12 TJM.
in the skin. Sometimes they enter All this is free to you through I serve you. and I pledge my diligent BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ) and wife. Elsie Bennett and Pnh- hf'(,. West 230: feet to the end

through abrasions In th; mucuous the Bureau of Animal Industry. effort to work for the good of our a political subdivi- ) I by Bennett and wife, Faye Een- said Haul Road 6 A.M.12 P.M. El Rancho Steaks
I County. I appreciate the recogni- sion of the State of Florida ) net IS OWEND BY: Harrison Mosley Open
membranes of the tongue, mouth Start making your requests to us. tion given our District by mv Petitioner. ) Parcel No. 14, Right of War SliD and wife, Josephine Mosley.

cavity or throat.i" The week of April 19 will be cow I election as Chairman of the Ftoard -VB.- ) No. 14-Rov. You, and each of you are hereby
i of County ('.Commissioners and I I RICHARD BENNETT. JR.. et ) That part of a parcel of land.i icommanded to appear in the entitled
Blackleg animals | have feT *- r testing week in Bradford County. !solicit and will appreciate your vote aL ) described as: ,I court on the 5th day of April 1954. RESTAURANTS Steaks

,and support. Defendants. ) Commencing at SW corner of ,{I to show cause what right title, interest -
fTTTVfTfTTTTVTTVYTTYTVHIGHLAND a reminder to mothers put bleach 1 Respectfully. I Notice Of Eminent Domain Proceed- Section 13, Township & South. Range' ;' or liens you or any of you, and
L. IA Renfroe. !.*.> I 22 East, and running East on the ''have in and to any of the above described Chops
where children can't reach it. IN THE NAME AND BY THE I Section line 2120 feet to a pointof lands and show cause why U. S. 301 at S. City *

Rev. T. M. Knight of Maxville i FOR SCHOOL BOARD AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF beginning thence run South with the same should not be taken for Starke, Fla. Seafood'
DISTRICT ThREE I FL4IDATU proper variations 660 feet; thence the uses and purposes set forth in
and son Edwin of Baldwin were i I hereby announce my candidacy AI.!. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN run East with proper variations 6AO the petition filed herein. Specializing In
in Zettie for member of the Board of Public AND to all person and parties feet; thence running North with TAKE NOTICE That a Declarationof OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
By Mrs. Lacy Norman our community Sunday. I Instruction Bradford County, Fla.. having or claiming any right, the proper variations to the section : Taking has been filed in the Weekday & Sunday
Padgett returned home with Ed- from District Three (Brooker New title. Interest estate, mortgage or line 660 feet; thence running West above styled cause by the Petitioners OWNED, OPERATED AND

LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjj44jjA.Sunday win to week. I River)/, If elected I will do every- other lien to or on those certainpar.rls along the Section line 660 feet to the acquiring authority of these DINNERS
a I
thinsin! my power to prove my sin- I of land hereinafter describedand point of beginning, lying Southof proceedings of the taking of the STAFFED .

Sch()({: I ::4 i a. m. eSun1ay. ,<,h R. H. Manning of Jacksonvillewas 1! cere. desire to serve you honestly! the following persons together and within 50 feet of the survey above described lands, for the pur- 4.
faithfully and with a strong deter-I I with r.Il unknown persons claiming line of State Road S-125. Section jpose set forth in the petition in this j
Worship Se.vice 11 a.\.il1. visiting the Leonard Nor- I' mInation to improve our schools. bv, through or under known persons 2854-150 said survey line hp- 1('ausl'. viz: As right of way. drain- ..
and 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeti'geach mans Monday. I earnestly solicit your vote and i' 'wh are dead or who are not u_
support in the coming election. i known to be dead or alive:
Wednesday 7SO p. m and I E. C. Harvey is adding three -Howard C. Douglas. Name and addresses Section %854i -r, ,
i ISO State Road S-125 Bradford -
{ a
choir practice each Friday Q.30p. more rooms to his home. FOR SCHOOL noRD County t
m. Teacheu meeting each 'I Hulen Herndon, who has been I DISTRICT THREE I Emma 1'earce 11111 11= YOU THOUGHT THE 'ROCKET1
'Un-I' I hereby announce my candidacy Lawtey Florida
day 6:30: p. m. in service for several years, is I for member of the Sh.ol Board, I| Della Porter Siglarski : i

Revival starts Sunday 91*] will home. Don't know whether he is I District Three (P'oker. New | Residence and address unknown;
River) subjef" t" the will: of thevoters i DeWitt C. Jones, Administratorof WAS GREAT BEFORE .
close with Homecoming on Sun- discharged yet Or not. I In th.' Mav primaries If' the estate of J. R. Howe, .
elected I PI mise t. faithfully discharge deceased. t
day. March 23. Come rjt and I
Mrs. Lacey Norman was a busi- I t.e! duties of the office for Gainesville! Florida :

worship with ud. | ness visitor to Jacksonville Tues- i the benef I of the people ot my dls- Eva F. Howe i
''trict ana the county at large Your
Fair lIavt'n, Massachusetts 1541
Mrs. Ray Hankie of Jacksonville I vote and .upport will te deeply appreciated. Richard Bennett Jr. .

Mr. anr. Mrs., Covington day.Mr.. Converse is sun very ill. Stafford I.. Crews. 614 Daytona Railway Beach Street, Florida Be Sure i-o Drive this !

Mr. Hamilton ftid th* Mary Sapp
Uncle Giff Norman is lets better Elsie P nnett
children of Lawtey liiy and Mrs. FOR '('lIfoG(. HOIRUDIsrilICT 614 Railway Street
and Mrs. Lacey Norman's father. ONEI
Dick Starling and s n'of Heil- i a.ndl.h f,, S..h.o! Board Daytona Beach Florida I
Uncle Sonny Griffis, is some bet- am a Bobby Bennett
bronn and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson iDi,,'riot One 11..tw.-.> ). I am a 614 Hallway Street e
ter at present. h-'i'ie owner of tri>. Kiunty and have
Daytona Beach, FloridaFaye
and children Starke attended
of -
'b.-en a resident of Bradford County -
We are happy to we!,-ome Mr Bennett ,
for 40
chur n here Sunday. years 614 Railway Street
and Mrs. Floyd Johns and childrenof I I am interpMe-i in thrvelcp- Daytona Beach. Florida
Little Marcje Hai See got some meet and improvement nf better Harrison Mosley
Jacksonville into our 'eommuiM-I schools f'r our hltYand glr!.-. hav-
Clay County Florida
bleach powder in he? mouth last ty. They live next door to tiif j ing several grandchildren that I Josephine Mosley

week. She oas niihed to the I Richard expect to be educated in the H-hools Clay County. Florida .
Moselys.C. this count>. They being the men
jof Section 2S54-150. State Road S-125.
doctor but It didnt hurt needI
and women <-f tomorrow
M. Griffis was in Jackson- I Bradford County I
I and
-. schools with proper training Parcel No. 3, Right of Way, SRD No.
ville Wednesday on business. I the best advantages possible 3Rev.A .

I If elected a member nt the School strip of land across the
FILLIHRTOOD T. E. Pease of St. Marys. Ga. Board I promise to nerve you sincerely South side of Lot 57 of Wood-

visited the Lacey Normans Thurs I honestly givIng the best of lawn Subdivision according to
my ability and service at all times.I Plat recorded in Plat Book No.
( RICH day. earnestly solicit jour vote and 1, page 17. public records of
Everyone is getting ready to I support on May 4th. Bradford County. Florida. I
-Dan W. Starling. Said strip of land being 82 feet -
in -
plant a garden and flowers. : ;
TOP SOILSee width on the West line of said Lot
Thought for todaY-Let your FOR COI'NTV COMMISSIONERDISTRICT 57 and 77.86 feet In width on the 'I I
shine I FOIRI East side of said Lot 57. Con- j
light so as everybody can candidacyfor I
hereby announce my taining 0.226 acres more or less i
see Jesus in you. County ('ommis..lonf'r.nistri't I exclusive of existing road right of I'
Four Theressa. Hampton. Graham). way; ALSO |
If elected. I promise to give faithful -
BILL JACKSON That part of:
and conscientious I
energetic NE 4 of NW14 and NWU !
Jar'so'. Transfer Compan: way you write. Come in and select service to this important office. I NW\i of NEVi of Section 24.1 i
will at al times be ready to confer Township 5 South, Range 221
favorite I
your and advise! with my constituentsand East, .
.hone 165 Fountain Pen. Only S2J7 at work for the best interest of lying South of and within 50 feet i

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEPEC1A my district and the county as a of the survey line of State Road 'I!
whole. Your vote and support
S-125. Section 2854-150 said survey !
the May primaries will be deeply line being described as follows I

I I appreciated. with reference to Section 13. Township -
, ., Henry B. Hinson. 5 South, Range 22 East and --

Section 24 Township 5 South. Range
SALEP. ,. .
; I I hereby DISTRICT announce ONB my candidacyi I Section Beginning 13 on at a the point West 32 line feet of North said I .I :y... .. .: Sup* (f 2-Doer S4 A Gmnrf Melon V<* .

i !,>r School Board. District One erly from the Southwest corner of '
I .
: '
Bordfl OezttfSc ., ( Lawtej). object to the Democratic said Section 13. run thence North :jf':: < ''' j. 50 LONG SO LOW ., SO LOVELy SO UIVEL.V
at most Primaries in May I am a propertyI 89 58 '''' -' .
UmRad Thue Only degrees, 53 sec. East ". J
\ .,
For a '. I I and taxpayer and. if elected. 5282.6: ft., crossing the South line :...: .._, ._., '. ...-.- /
:-.. will serve my district and county of said Section 13. to the East line .
: the oet of my ability always of said Section 24 at a point 1.2 feet
tei-ping. the peoples best Interest South from the Northeast corner of
-, Your vote and active support said Section 24. I .It's America's
most talked-about carl!
.1! greatly
i Containing 0.773 acres. more or less,
-H. C. Kelly. exclusive of existing road right of

I way. nat a personality-and uhat a performer! This sensational new
I l. The Circuit Court Of Tile Eighth 18 OWNED BY: Emma Pearce
Judicial Circuit IB And For Brad- I Oldsmobile "88" is the
Of Florida.L HilL This Super not only most Running car that ever
ford County. State Parcel No. 4, Right cf Way SRD No.
Anne Humes. Plaintiff. vs. Mab- stole the show-it's the
4. most thrilling, Billing car that ever
( /' Oreen McCrary. and George Mc- I
A of land
strip the
i Goldie iCrar> Perkins Husband Defendants and Wife. and side of Lot 58 across of WoodlawnSubdivision IS took to the road! Come slip behind its {f,!iramatic, panoramic wind.

: NOTICE TO APPEARThe Pock 1. page according 17, public to records Plat shield! Tingle to the breath-taking powhof! its record-brtalung

I Mabel McCrary State G: i-en Of Husband Florida.MoCrary and Toi and Wife.George 1232 Said of strip Bradford of land County being Florida.77.86 feet ?lYO u.. year"TO new "Rocket" Engine! Relax in the eflortJew security of its Safety

In width the
: on West side of said
Decatur Street Pittsburgh, Penn- Lot 58 and 73.77 feet In width on Power Steering! Savor the solid luxury of its road-hugging ride!

sylvania. the East side of
suit You has are been hereby filed notified against you that in a 0.149 acres said more Lot or 58. containing Ius.eulush'e -, Here i is tisilility, maneuverability, readability you've always dreamed

the "Mri-uit Court of Bradford County. way. of existing road right of of discovering! See us tor your date. with an "83"!
Florida in Chancery in which
BY: Delia Porter
the 1'lalntiff Ik Anne Humes ski. Siglar- own .. ... ....
AU.fLVORS brings her action for Specific Per Parcel No
.. 6. Right of Way SRD No.
formance. Accounting and DeclAra- I.
r tory Decree as result of the ,
a contract -
I entered into by said Plaintiff, A strip of land across the South an
L. side of Lot (1 of Woodlawn OLDSMOBILE
Anne Humes and Defendants
Mabel Green and Subdivision according to Plat
George Book I. 17,
page public recordsof
r McCrary, Involving the following
County, Florida
89ft described property: Said strip of land wing 65.41
North 100 feet of Lot 3-A of the
in .
width on the Welt
I aide! of laid
I original town cf Lawtey. as Lot 61 and 61.26 feet In width on SEE AND DRIVE IT AT YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER'S
.i same appears of record on a composite the East side .
of Bald Lot 61
containing -
;! map on file in the office :
of the Clerk 0.212 acres exclusive of
of the Circuit

HALF-cALLON .i Court.the feet same of Bradford that being property County the North describedin Florida 106 existing Administrator R.IS Howe OWNED road deceased.HY right of: D the of Wltt way.estate C. Jones.of J. TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.Phone

I SUmte a deed Griffls.from his Enoch wife Grlffis to Mab and Parcel No. 7. Right of Way SRD No. .

ffe ,I I el Green Deed dated Book June 34.1,page 1936. 244.recorded aide'A strip of!Lot of 63 land of across Woodlawn the South Sub- 111 Starke, Fla. : Call and Court Streets

gsjto be good! I public County records Florid of Bradford division according to Plat Book 1. J

Page 17, public records of Bradford
k {I You are hereby required to tile Coaaty. Florida. .- TUNE IN THURS. MARCH 25-ACADEMY
t tI 11 with the Clerk of the Mil Court bellft= 61.26 feet la width strip M of land u. PRESENTATION ON NIC TV AND RADIO -:

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'We in long Ions time and hence milL East along the Southerly :: -
pepper okra, Fordbooks squash,[ a I line of said Railway right of =:

etc. The soil is fairly dry and it 'has not been talked about. We way for a distance of (4.61 feet
him his to a half inch iron stake, thence
could stand a good soaking rain I hereby give a pat on run Easterly along the arc of a '

before rusty old head to encourage him curve (which curve has a' radtu Chef
we plantWe : New 54 Maine
to, keep up the good work! of 722.59 feet and is concave to
DIARY the North and has a chord, which
both knock- from the half-inch iron stake
are bow-legged, In The Circuit C..rt Of Tk EUktkJadieUU last aforesaid bears South $9 degreeo. -
kneed and pigeon-toed from chasIng Ctrcclt Ia Aid Kor Bradford IS min. East & distance of

author will be t. ret birds Contr. Florida 94.10 feet to the iron stake next
The glad blankety-blank from our
( Law Mo. hOOdNOTICE hereinafter mentioned) to an iron
fr oeve Items of Interest boai-ern-: berry patch. They have come OP Rl'LE NISI stake set at the intersection of

tag the ctivitteB of farmers In closer to driving us both BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOI the South line of said Railway
crazy BUbOivlslon )
R1DA, a political right of way with the Westerly Is NEW
;: Bradford County. Suggestions maybe than anything else since we'vebeen of the State of Florida > line of said State Road 200 a distance -

: \ tell at the Telegraph office or farming. We shoot them. -ye.- Petitioner )i Beginning of 248.03 being feet situate to said in Pointof the

1 mailed to Sara BicOarvey Ijtwtey, throw things at them, chase them J P. YOUNG et a!.. ) SWV4 of SWU of Section 28.
Defendants. ) Township t 22
South. Range
i ; By Sam McGarvey with the tractor, walk up and .tWe Of EnUeat ItoouU Proceed- East. '.....

down the row hooting and hollering I 1 LESS and except the South 429
IN THE NAME AND BY THE feet thereof
AAAkAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, . . . . . put up scarecrows and for all I AUTHORITY OF TUB STATE OF lying West of and within 40 feet Lustrous Beauty
the good it has done we mightas FLORIDA of the survey line of State Road : : I
of berries our English peas that they'renot TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- 200 Section 2801 said survey line Q'u\\, -
::? .;.About half of our patch up well have done nothing. They
and Efficiency
I CERN' AND to all persons parties being described as follows ...-. Lasting
to eat and
was protected from the freeze getting enough are so 'bold they stand within 20fef't having or claiming any right, Beginning on the South line of @ .0. I-

rj, mulch over it, and we being soft-hearted we can't let title. Interest estate, mortgage or SW% of SWJ4 of Section n, Township -
having and
by of start hammeringaway
you And
I other lien to or on those certain 6 South Range 22 East, at a
t thought that we would have no the needle-nosed robbers! starve. at your berries, like a wood- parcels of land, hereinafter described point 451.0 feet Westerly from the

Planted eight long rows, using a and the following persons Southeast corner of SW1* of SWK _
in our berry produc- and
Chase them
off. they ECONOMY
interruption pecker.
f" .
together with all unknown persons of said Section 28, run thence North -
tion. But when we had the p1a1t3puUed lima bean plate to put out a lot I circle around and hit the other clUming. by, through or under 17 degrees 34 mln., 08 eec. East :: -
of seed. Hope the larks don't eat known persons who" are dead or I 1087.2J ft. to the Eastern extension I
\ the birds really 1 1
through, end of the field. They're scheduledto .who are not known to be dead or of the South line of flock 2 of .7. G Will Make The

got after the berries and so right it all! leave at the full moon, and we 'alive: I Alvarez Addition to the City of -
S S S Names & Addresses Section 2801Ii3 I Starke Florida according to Plat
now ve: have practically no berries sure hope they aren't delayed. I I State Road 200 Bradford 1 recorded In Original Plat Book 1, MAGIC CHEFTHE

a* all. It almost seems as if Every year we vow that we'fldust County !(page 14 (also recorded in Re-num-
J. P. Young ibered Plat Book 1, 25) public
SKroubles all with sulphur before red page CHOICE FOR
for the farmer are
Enjoyed meeting Bill Maxwell Address Unknown j records of Bradford County Florida. .
linwJ ..up waiting their turn to spiders damage our berry plants, of Graham at the last Farm Bur- I Ella D. Young .(Containing 0049 acres more or less,
but we delay until Address Unknown exclusive of right; of way of sale CarefreeFailProof
i crack at him. And if one every year
lajxv eau meeting. Bill has been in the H. E. Tucker I'Walnut Street.

dO".!:)t get him. the next does! they are numerous. Used 50 lbs. of turpentine business, but he says tarke; Florida IS OWNED HY: H. E Tucker and

S dust on our 12 beds of berries, Annette L. Tucker I wife. Annette L. Tucker Cooking
if-. that he is going to try some truck starke Florida SUBJECT TO MORTG4UE-.Dated
j" >>t Bill Cain of Graham at the and that ought to be enough to farming this year. Ida U. Alexander July 11, 1951, from H. E. Tucker

mara.f and he ia one berrygrower kill those pests. We hoped that S S I Starke. Florida Administratrix I and wife Annette L. Tucker IN *
y& Ida B. Alexander.
I I : Ida R Alexander recorded -
.wb5L still strong for the Missionaries I tlV sulphur would discourage the Comfort's latest ralf. Peanutwe of the Estate of J. B. Alexander I in Book 26. page 385.
birds but seemed to like deceased (Ida B. Alexander. Administratrix
: He they will pick they as -
says ( claim she is the smallest I Starke. Florida of the estate of J. I?. Alexander !

,!oone and pick more fruit than I it.: S S aU calf in Bradford County) is grow- Section- 2801-113 Coun'vParcel State Road :200LYad'ord ./ I deceased ExclusiveFeatures
of [ You. and each of you are hereby -
Jie Ws Bill lost 25 watermelons -
t\ 4"..' ing. The first week of her life we No. 8 Right of Way commanded to appear In the en- '
-- and 10 of beans Alice 1-2 row each of SlID N". 8 titled -
acres planted I court on the 5th day of April,
thought the midget was shrinking I the
I A parcel of land across
1954 to show what
right title, interest -
beans and collards
c freeze.
in the I Tendergreen East side of the following described -
to be the
and might turn out I or liens, you or any of you
and it was a pleasure to plant I land: I have
only cow in the world the size ofa I in and to any of the above de-
Beginning at the Southwest corner I Iscribed lands and show
We planted some sweet rn something the birds wouldn't de cause why
I rabbit, but she has since growna of Lafayette Street and South I the tame should not be taken for
for the larks. They've been complaining stroy. Also got land bedded, fertilized bit. she's Walnut Street in the City of Starke the uses and purposes set forth in That Make Magic Chef
The now.
way going and running Southerly along the I[the petition filed herein.
lately, since they ate for other crops- tomatoes I
she still might make a halfsizedcow. West line cf South Walnut Street TAKE NOTICE That a Declaration FREE INSTALLATION
176 feet for point of beginning; I of Taking has been filed in the The Range Most Women
.r- thence Southerly along the West I above styled cause, by the petitioner ,
S S line 8f S.>uth Walnut Street 101.0 I the acquiring authority of these '-' Want and Buy
I feet; thence West 188.5 feet to the proceedings, of the taking of the
FOR PROFITABLE CROPS i Freddie Watterson likes the Catt line of Adams Street; thence I'above described lands, for the pur- 100 LB. TANK OF GAS
new 90's. He admits they come Northerly along the East line of pose set forth in the petition in
Adams Street 156.8 feet: thence I this cause, viz: As right of way. for S MODERN DESIGN
usEifethIizersi in later than the :Missionaries Easterly 180 feet to the point of ,a portion of State Road 200, in

._.........___...o-....,.. ""' but claims that while they may Suid beginning.strip of land being 1.93 feet |.Bradford one of the County.Judges Florida of the, and Circuit that FREE FLAME

:' I not pick as many berries as the in width on the North end and 248 'Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuitof MAGIC

M's. they do pick more crates. feet in width on the South end. Florida, will on the 15th day of : UNIT BURNERS
I Containing 204 square feet more March, A.D., 1954. at 9:30 o'clockIn
S S S or less. the forenoon thereof. In Circuit

h"n I One thing we have noticed is "AOREKMENT IS. 1940: from FOR Ella PEED Kate September Swln-- Court Court Chambers House at In Starke Bradford, Florida County This Range Only $10.81 Per Month' '- Red Wheel Oven Heat

!i that while our M's are quite >er IN: FAVOR of Olive Itumpol- consider said Declaration of Taking RegulatorUSE

| badly infested with red spider. the Book 13. page 1C7. appoint appraisers and make
90's are not. Dr. Brooks of the FOR DEED: January 24. 1941 .
ath Plant City strawberry laboratorytold from Olive Rumpol IN FAVOR All parties to the suit and all parties S Magic Oven Eye
) O'1 J. P. Young and wife, Ella D. I Interested may appear and be
us that this is the case.Practically i foung-recorded in Book 4, page I heard at the time and place desig '
S S S I 324. nated. 30 MONTHS Swing Out Broiler
Parcel No 15 Right of Way I WITNESS my hand and this seal
everyone has been SRD No 15 &-No 16 of said Court on this :3rd day of
this week That part of a parcel of land described -( March. A.D., 1954.
past by metes and bounds as (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Concealed Flue Vents
'things planted around here. We lows: fOl-1 Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-

all hope that the weather has From the point of the ford County. Florida And Many Others.
tion of the South line of Section ROWS V. KNIGHT
I settled now and that we'll have 28, Township 6 South. Range 22 I County Attorney
growing weather East, with the Westerly right of Starke. Florida 3/5 4t 3'26 .
some good
t.i-: way line of State Road No. 200
S S S i run North 17 degrees 42 min,

We're going to plant some East being along the Westerlyline Bookkeeping Auditing
potatoes of said State Road No. 200 '
left over from our Fall I for a distance of 366.97 feet to | FINANCIAL! STATEMENTS CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE CO.

Sold By crop. Folks tell us that they'll an iron stake and from for a the point point of beginning of- ,, INCOME TAX
By \
I make a fair crop. although they \ beginning thus described run I For..rato..oth'p
may take longer to mature. North Z2 degrees mln West I H H. SPEARS! 50 W. 23, St. 149 W.CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
I! for a distance of 254 feet to an
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY S. I Jacksonville Fla. Phone 3-0:>61I '
: I iron stake. thence run North 43 ---:
degrees, 50 mln. East a distance I I : --I
Finnegan, the water pump, is 1, of 229.25 feet to the South right I
i" CARL JOHNS I almost the forgotten man around of way line of 'Va nee Branch of I -
Seaboard Air Line Railway I
t' I here now. He hasn't caused trou- I thence run South 85 degrees 31

-- I Why value-wise
buyers areswingingtoFordl
W THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'each of the years 1954 to 1975 both inelusive. four per centum per annum payable Public Instruction of St Lucie County
nCOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN seml-annually on March 1 and September Florida, in tte denomination of $1.000 I
AND FOB LEON COUNTY. FLORIDA I 1380000.00 State School Bonds to be 1 of each year end maturing serially each. dated March 1. 1354 bearing interest -
.. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. ssued for and on beoaU of the Boardof I in annual installments on March 1 of at a rate or rates ana to exceed I.
STATS BOARD OF E3UCATiOH I Public Instruction of Bay County I each of the years 1956 to 1975, both In-,four per centum per annum payable
01' FLORIDA a body ) Florida in tte denomination of $1.000 elusive I I seml-annually on March 1 and September
each. dated March 1. 1994; bearing interest I of each year and maturing serially'
corporate under Sections S ) $$663.000 State School Bonds to be !
,-I and U of Article XH of the ICoatfituttoB at a rate or rates not to exceed Issued for and on behalf of the Board of in annual Installments on March 1 of !
1... of toe state of i four per centum per annum payable Public Instruction of Holmes County,, each of the yean Ifc* to 197}. bath inclusive.
f temi-annually on March 1 and September .
no 1a" I a Florida in Ue denomination of $1.000, I
Petitioner.na J 1 of each year and maturmg serially each, dated March I, 1954. bearing in- 700000.00 State School Bonds to be ,
L 'a.TV I in annual installments on March 1 of'''tuest at a rate or rates not to exceed issued for and on behalf of the Board ot .
!TAtS OF FLORIDA. IearL. each of the jean ISsS to 191 both In- .tour per centum per annum payable Public Instruction of Santa Rosa County I .'.. ;, ."'< .'( ,>" ,' ,,,, .. '
i clusive. I seml-annually on March 1 and September Florida in tte denomination of $1,000 $"\d ........... ','>;,<.'''',<'','. *'.,' ., ". ... .> ....., "' ,1
Respondents.\ I '" $525.00000 State School Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing seriallyin each, dated March, 1954, bearing interest '" : '.. .'.
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND Issued for and on behalf of the Board of annual installm>nts: on March 1 of, at a rate or rates not to exceed "
THK SEVERAL PROPERTY OWN- Public Instruction of Bradford County. each of the jet*. 1956 to 1975, bulb in'four per centum per annum. payable 1 that Ford : ,"'. ,'
ERS. TAXPAYERS CITIZENS AND Florida in the denomination of $1,000 clusive. Isemi-annually on March 1 and September are finding brings them everything .
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING each dated March 1. 1954, bearing inter -I $56000000 State School Bonds to beissued 1 of each year and maturing serially .
ANT' RIGHT. TITLE OR INTERESTIN : )st at a rate or rates not to exceed for and on behalf of the Boardof in annual installments on.March 1 of they might want to meet modern tastes and
.. THB PROPERTY TO BE AFFHCTHD four per centum per annum payable Public Instruction of Lee County, each of the ;years 19j6 to 191 both in- requirements -
BY THE ISSUANCE BY seml-anniially on March 1 and September Florida in tte denomination of $1,000 .UW\'e.

THE: STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 1 of each year and maturing serially each, dated March 1, 1954, bearing Interest 1000000.00 State School Bonds to be wglli .' ... b
or FLORIDA. A BODY CORPORATE -in annual installments on March 1 of at a rate or rates not to exceed,issued tor and on beoaif of the Board: ef ,f'I
01' THE STATE OF FLOR e.ch of the years 1956 to 1975. both Inclusive. .four per centum per annum payable! *>uuic Instruction ot barasota County.;
IDA. PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 3 bemi-annually on March 1 and September Florida in Ue denomination of $l,6v
AND' II OR ARTICLE XH or THE $100,00000 State School Bonds to be 1 of each ;year and mat rng serially I eaca oated MATCH 1. 1&4. bearing m-
CONSTrTUTION; OP FLORIDA OF Issued for and on beoa.f: of the Board of m aanual installments on March 1 of teru at a rate cr rate not to exceed
M.U1.MO STATE SCHOOL BONDS Public Instruction of Calhoun County. each of the years 1956;; to 1975 both in- four per centum per annum, payacia
ISSUED FOR AND ON BEHALF OF Florida in the denomination of $1,000 du ve. senu-annuaJy on larch 1 and beplem-:
THB BOARDS OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION each dated March I. 1954. bearing interest $$3M.UOO State School Bonds to be ber 1 of eaca year ana maturing seri .jy
OF ALACHUA COUNTY at a rate or rate not to exceed Issued for and on !benalf of the llor of!ia annual| installments on March 1 of
BAKKl COUNTY. BAY COUNTY. four per centum per annum payable Public Instruction uf Liberty County':'eaca of Ue: }ears Boo to ISu, beth inciusise. -
BRADFORD COUNTY. CALHOUN le -aonuaU7 on March 1 and September Florida in Ue denomination of $1.000! .
COUNTY.CTTRUS COUNTY.COLLIER 1 of each year and maturing serially'each, dated March ), 1904 bearing interest -I $135,00000 State School Bonds to .1
COUNTY. COLUMBIA COUNTY. in annual Installments on :March I of, at a rate or rates not to exceed lissuca tar na: on beo<>a oi toe snarl ef
DADE COUNTY ESCAMBIA COUN each of the yean 19a6 to 1975. both in- four per centum per annum payeblesemiannually |Public! Instruction ot Taylur County.
TY. GADSDEN COUNTY. hAlIDES,clusive. I' on March 1 and September I ilorioa. in Ue denomination of $l.Dut'each
a COUNTY. HIGHLANDS COUNTY. $296.000.00 State School Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing seriallyin oated March 1. hal, bearing interest
HOLMES COUNTY. LEE COUNTY.1 Issued for and on behalf of the Board of annual install nts on March 1 of at a rate or rates not to exceed -
LIBERTY COUNTY MADISON Public Instruction of Citrus County,each of the years l.M: > to 197j, both inclusive. four per ttnlAa per annum, payable 4 ew _
COUNTY. MARION COUNTY. OKA- Florida in tte denomination of $1,000 I temi-annuaily oa March 1 and beptem- 4 f _
LOOSA. COUNTY. OSCEOLA COUNTY each dated March 1. 1954, bearing Interest -I $712.00000 State School Bonds to be our 1 of each year and maturing serially -_- -_- -
PASCO COUNTY PINELLAS at I rate or rates not to exceed I issued for and on behaif of the Board of .n annual installments on March 1 of
; COUNTY. ST. JOHNS COUNTY. ST. four per centum per annum payable'Public Instruction of Madi&on County,I teach of sue years 1K& to 197j, both iacluuve. -
LUCIE COUNTY. SANTA ROSA semJ- COUNTY. SARASOTA COUNTY., 1 of each year and maturing serially i each dated March. 1954; bearing interest $702,00008 Stale School Bonds to b. !
TAYLOR COUNTY AND WALTON in annual Installments on Yerth 1 of at a rate or rates not U exceed
COUNTY. FLORIDA HEREINAFTER, each of the yean 19rf to iStt. both in- I four per centum per annum, payable Puotle issued for Infclrucbon ana on behaJ' of the Board of
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED. elusive. i seml-annua.ly on March 1 and September of Walton County,
OR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY $299.00000 State School Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing serially Florida in tte denomination of $1.14
THEREBY; Issued for and on behalf of the Board of:,in annual installments on March 1.of eacn dated batch 1, 1&>4. bearing in. _
I :each of the 1956 to 1975 both Inclusive. i tereat at a rate or rates not to exceed _
The State of Public Instruction of Collier County. years -
YblidL through the
tour per ctctum
per annum, payafii
Florida in tre denomination of $1,000 _
SUM Attorneys of the Fmt Judicial ,
emi-anauaiiy oa. ) arch 1 and :.
:.eptembcr -
I $1.70U.OM State School Bond be
$ to
Circuit la tad for EtcambU. Okaloosa. each dated March 1. 1954. bearing In- 1 of each and .
Santa Rosa and Walton Counties Florida. tere* at a rate or rates not to exceed 'issued'Public for and on behalf of the Board of, .C .u.l installments year maturing on March seriallyin 1 of I _
the Second Judicial Circuit in and four ptf centum per annum. payable Instruction of Marion Countyi eacn of tne l&tf ,
: years to 197s both inclusive.
tor Cadsden and Liberty Counties. seml-annually on March 1 and September {Florida, in Ue denomination of $lOuOIeach } '
Florid*. the Third Judicial Circuit In 1 of each year and maturing serially dated March 1. 1954. bearing In- ,, : S.I .
and for Columbia Madison and Taylor in annual installments on March 1 of.; Countie Florida. the Fifth Judicial each of the years 1956 to 1975. both inclusive. 'tour per centum per annum, pa>able'bonus being contained in the petition I II I
Circuit la and for Citru and Marina jseml-aonually on March 1 and September herein ana exnibits attached Ineieva;
Coumtle Florida. Its SUM JudicialOiuIt HJ9.00CM State School Bonds to be, 1 of each year I nd maturing seriallyin andIT
in and for Paxo and Finellai 'Issued for and on behalf of the Board of I annual installments on March: 1 of I IS FUBTHEH ORDERED ttit this
Counties, Ftor da. the Seventh Judicial :Public Instruction of Columbia County,I each of the years 19a6 to !975. both In- Oraer be published once each week for
Circuit in and fur st. Jahos County 'Florida in the denomination of $1,000 elusive |;tore consecutive weeiu in toe GamesvjLe You can't buy better! It's the stunning Customline Fordor Sedan
Florida the Eighth Judicial Circuit in 'each dated March 1. 19-rf.; bearing Interest $518.00000 State School Bonds to be Daily Sun. a newspaper puhiunedin !
and for Alachua. Baker and Bradford I:. at a rate or rates not to exceed issued for and on behalf oi the Board of, Aiaco.ua County, toe sinker County !
Counties. Florida the Ninth Judicial four per centum per annum, payable I Public Instruction of Okaloosa County.!:Press, a newspaper published in Baker
Circuit la and for 0'ceoU and St. Lucie :seml-annually on March 1 and September I Florida. in tre denomination of $1,0001each I',County the Manama City .NeHerald,
Ceuntie Florida the Tenth JudU'lall 1 of each year and maturing serially dated March 1. 1954. bearing in- ',a newspaper published la Bay County; Ford's the
Circuit i. and for Hard,, and Highland* in annual installments on March 1 of'!leregat a rate or rates not to exceed I the Bradford County Telegrapa,a nowpaper I only low-priced car with all these "Worth More" features
Counties. Florida the Eleventh Judicial :ech .f the yean 19:* to 1975, both inclusive. tour per centum per annum payable puausnca: ia Braaiort County;
Circuit In and for Did County. Florida.1 I semi'annually on March 1 and September -1 Ibe County Record a newtpaper puollsbed -
the Twelfth Judicial Circuit In and for $$9.120.000 State School Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing serially ,: in Caitoun County; the Citrus I
Collier. Lee and Saraaola Counties.I isaued for and on behalf of the Boardof & annual Installments on March 1 of County Chronicle a newspaper published
Florida and the Fourteenth Judicial!' Public Instruction of Dade County,I eS of the tears list to 1975, both In- in Citrus County; the Collier I Recognized leadership in styling the savings and "CO" cf modem shortChoke of 28 new models
Circuit in and for Bay. Calhoun and I:FloridA. in the denomination of tl.OOi iclut;>' I|i County !Ioewl. a newspaper published ia stroke low-friction
Holmes CaonUes. Florida. and the several INch, dated March t. 1954. bearing in-1 $OC.WO.OO State School Bonds to be CollIer County, tae Lake City Reporter, You can pay more but youll never find design. With fourteen anila -
property owners Uxpaven c.U- ; at a rate or rates not to exceed Issued ttr and on behalf of the Boardof a newspaper pubusaed in Columbia I stunning
tens and a'fcers having or claiming any !i r four per centum per annum payable PubIc Instruction of Osceoia County. County; tile Miami Herald. t newspaper car that's more"at home"tchereteqou: 7 ab'e with either of Ford's new engines.
right. tiC j-or Interest in property to be,Isemi-annualiy on March 1 and Septem-Florida, in tte denomination pf $1.0uO,'puoUsaed in Dade County; tae i-ensd- may drive it. For the smart new '54 Ford Ball-Joint Front Suspension
affected by the issuance by the 5I&tel|[ber 1 of each year wtd maturing serially,each, dated March: 1, 1954, bearing in-,cola Journal, a newspaper published intocambia 'I Ford offers the widest selection of
Board of Education: of Florida a body ,''in annual installments on March 1 of'tereat at a rate or rates not to exceed I'i i County; the Gadsdeu County is as modem as tomorrow with the crisp, For the first time in any low-priced car nuidels in the entire industry.
corporate of the State of Florida under leach I of the year 19rf to 1975, both inclusive four per centum per annum payable i,Times a newspaper published in Cads- : lines of leader. .
Seettooa S and U of Article XII of the :seml-annuaJy oa March 1 and September den County; tae Haraee County Herald. commanding today's style you get the smoother riding and easier
Constitution of Florida of WOSIl.OftOOO, I4OI 9OOO 00 State S.:tool Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing seriallyin a newspaper published in Hardee I And it's just as smart inside! The sparhandling of Ball-Joint Front
State School Bands, dated March 1.lS4. .''issued for and on behalf! of the Board of annual installments on March 1 of County The: Avon Far Son a newspaper Suspension Top value at resale
hereinafter more particularly described. -'Public Instruction of cambia County each of the years 19ofi to 1975. both inclusive. published in Highlands County; I kling new decorator-designed interiorsan advance you'd expect to find only in
= or to be affected In any way Florida in Ue denomination of $1.000 the homes County ActierUser. a newspaper have colorful new upholstery fabrics the Used car prices show that in recent yean I
thereby are hereby required to appear,each dated March 1. 19a4. bearing Interest -! $06500000 State School Bonds to be pub.isx.ed in Hoimes County; Tn. costliest cars.
before the Circuit Co rt of Leon County at a rate or rates IM to exceed Issued for and on behalf of the Boardof .News fre&s. a aapaper published in j and harmonizing trim that spell quality .Ford has consistently returned a higher
Florida in the Second Judicial Circuit of four per centum p-j annum payable Public Instruction of Pasco County,Lee County; ; the Bristol Free Press, a wherever look. proportion of its original cost at resale I
said State at the Court House in Tallahassee semi-annually on March 1 and September Florida, in tte denomination ot $lOuO newspaper puriished in Liberty County you Choice of 5
Florida on the 31st day of March. [ 1 of each )er and maturing seriallyin each, dated March 1. ISM. bearing interest The Enterprise Recorder a newspaper power assists than any other car. And for 1954 with I
annual Installments March 1 of at a rate or rates not to exceed published:: Uadison .. .
1834. at 10-00: 'o'clock ".M. and show on in County; the Ouait including Fordomatic all its advanced
cause why the pruytn ji toe petition each of the years 1956 to 1973: both inclusive. four per centum per annum payable. r Banner. a newspaper published ia new features, Ford if !
filed la the above proceeding*stould not ,semi- &uall1 on March 1 and September Marion County; The Dally Globe, a Choice of most modern engines Only Ford in the worth even mere.
be granted and UI.a WWi.flOB 1 33 Slate I $300,00000 State Softool Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing serially sewspaper publ; hed in Okaloosa County low-price field offers {
School Bond thereto aearbna tjj'Issued for and on r nalf of the Board of,m annual installments on March 1 of ; the KlaMmmee Gazette, a newspaper i Ford and Ford alone In the low-price poe on all four windows -kcay
the proceedings r: *tofore b ai a.lhor-'Public Instruction of G d>den County I leach of toe years 1956>> to 197a, both Inelusive. publisted OsceeU County: The Dad. field offers choice ; We cordially Invite :
I of V-8 Six
you a or which you
lung the issuance theut. vrtaam A-vi Florida in the denomination of 11.000 j Banner a newspaper published u power seat adjusts up and down .
confirmed said State Schtxil 3jcxli *, a-i each, dated March 1. Itoi, bearing in-| J400.0COO State School Bonds to be Pasco County; The St. Petersburg I the brilliant new 130hp. Y-block! as well as forward and back. Power to Test Drive the 1954 I
stating of the loUa te Jeitribed &,issue Itereat at a rate or rates not U exceed issued for and on behalf of the Board of Times a newspaper published in Pm-
of bonds.: |four per centum: per annum. payable:Public Instruction of Pinellas County,,ella County; the St. Augustine Becord. I V-8 or the flashing new 115-h.p. I-block steering power: brakes and versatile
ieml-annually on March 1 and September Florida in tte denomination of $1,000;a published .n St. Johns
$1,057.800.M SUe Srtioj! &,ndj to be 1 of each year and maturing serially each, dated March 1. 19&4 bearing interest (County, newspaper; the Ft Pierce News Tribune.i SiL Both Ford engines have rigid, extra- Fordomatic Drive are also available] .. i'
Issued for and oa boeui of the Board I 1m annual Installments on March 1 of, : at a rate or rates not to exceed i newspaper published ia St Lixre I deep blocks] for smoothest quietest and make
they fine Ford
cf AUchua Count .'
of Public Instructlau ) each of the years IKC: to UTS both in- 'four per centum: per annum payablescsnIennuafly County The Press Gazette newspaper your even Fe d
Florida la the deaota'nsUoa of $1.000 'elusive. ( oa March 1 and September -i published in Santa Rosa County; the I operation and extra-long life pita more fun to drive. I I .
each dated March 1. 5SM. bearirg Interest -I $400.00000 State School Bonds to be 1 of each year and maturing serially Sarasota Herald Tribune a newspaper ....
at a rate or rates not to exceed Issued for and on behalf of the Board of.ia annual installments on March 1 of published in Saraaou County; The Tay- I ,
four per contum per annum, payable Public Instruction of Hardee County.I[each of the yean iSoi to 1964, both Inclusive. |ior County News a newspaper pub-
eml-annaally on Starch 1 and September -j FloriiU, In the denomination of $1.000 filched In Taylor County, and Th. I
1 of each year and maturing serially .each dated March t, 1954. bearing Initerest -I $730.000.00 State School Bonds tu be Breeze a newspaper publisted in Walton
U annual installments on March 1 of I at a rate or rates not to exceed issued, for and on ttialf of the Board of I County the first publication la each II
each of the yean 14 to 115. both Intiaaie. -{four per centum per annum payable:Public Instruction of St. Johns County.:of said newspapers to be not less than I
: ,semi-annually on March t and September -!Florida in tte denomination of $1,030:eighteen ((18) days prior to the data Motor
040.00800! State School Bonds to be I of each year and maturing serially ieach. dated March. 1. 1954. bearing Interest -jherelnabove set for the hearing la Andrews Co.
Iswed for and on behalf of the Boardof ,un annUAl installments on !arch 1 of i. at a rate or rates not to exceed.fom. tunes and manner: as required
Public Instruction' of Baker County.Florida .I each of the yean 19aS to 1973 both in four( per centum per annum payable by Chapter 73. Florida Statutes, as
la the denomination of $1.000 clusive. semt-Jinmiaily oa March 1 and September .j amended.
each dated March 1. 1954. bearing la- $43 jOOOJM State School Bonds to be 1 of each year aod maturing serially t DONE; and ORDERED, at Tallahassee I .
tarest at a rate or rates cot to exceed Issued for and on behalf of the Boarded la annual Installments on March 1 of Florida this let day of March. 1314. .
four per cectum per gremm. payable Public Instructs of HigtiUn.1 County:I each of the yean ISM to 1973 both In W. MAY WALKER I; IADISODA IS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA
seml-annually on March 1 and September Florida. In the denomination of $1.000 clUSIe. Judge of the Circuit Court of
1 of each year and maturing serially each dated March 1. 1954. bearing In-I 300000.00 State School Bonds to be I the Second Judicial Circuit of I I GREAT TV, FORD THEATRE WMBR-TV 7:00 P.M., SUNDAY, MARCH 21
la annual Uu'allmenU oa March 1 of tertat at a rate or rate not to exceed I ILxued far and oa belss X of the Board at Florida and tx Leon County 1

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I So. Walnut St.. Starke Fla.: I
Leo Hunter Starke, Fla., sole I
Dated this 5th day of March. A.D.. .
1954 at Starke. Bradford County

Y N-E-W-S |Florida. 3/5 4t S6i It Could Be

By Bill Haas ,i la 'Tfce Cirrvlt Court of Florida
Eighth JmdlfUl .
Circuit IB A d
| For Bradford County.
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION ;Louis Cohen. Plaintiff, vs. Sydelle BRADFORD
'!Cohen, Defendant
4 To Sydelle Cohen whose res!. .
..it dence and address Is 1953 70th
Street Brooklyn New York. Apart-
J_mes Luke. Area Engineer for the survey right-of-way clearing./ment 16D:
fall Conservation Service whose While standing in water up to You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been filed COUNTY
tedquarters are in Lake City, his knees ;whacking at some vines against you In the above named 2
ade extensive Fats "this water court and cause and you are required -
; an survey on a remarked sure' to serve a copy of your answer _
cypress pond for N. G. Hayes Is cold today but boy it will be or pleadings to the bill of
complaint on the plaintiffs attor
Bradford Soil Conservation District I fine if we can use it on our crops ney T. Frank Landrum. Starke.
cooperator of Brooker. The this summer." Florida, and file the original In
the office of the Clerk of the Cir
Md for the survey was to- calculate cult Court of Bradford County.
; the amount of water that Freeman Register, who has a Florida, on or before March 29. 1954.
farm 7 miles south of town on otherwise the allegations of said
ctxild be stored in the pond to be bill of complaint will be taken as 1
vl for irrigation during the dry Highway 301 used the District's confessed by you. r 1 .
fertilizer distributor to put out This notice shall be publishedonce rwr.uasr
tw&wer months. The survey was each week for four consecutive
also made to serif. by impounding 700 Ibs. per acre 'of 6-6-6 fertilizer I weeks In the Bradford County I !
I Telegraph a newspaper of general ,
this Pensacola Bahia
Tne- water there would be effect on new
> any circulation In Bradford County.
ra adjoining lands. The method pasture. Mr. Register also seededin Florida.
mid It impound the waterwill I a few bare spots in this field. 1954.Dated this H day of February. I

IM similar to the old mil'pond At Rotary meeting the other I (OFFICIAL SEAL Clerk.) Charles Circuit A. Darby Court I

system. If the investigation day Howell Nasworthy a District -I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ]I ,
cooperator stated that he i /zs 4t J/19 '
M sUsIaU6;-y, a dam with a con- ,

trol structure, will be built at the would have to reseed his I. The ('lr uU Court Of The Klghth '
! i outlet end of the pond. A pumping pastures after all the heavy rains Judicial Circuit Inud ....rllradl..rd 'I
had. But he "my County Florida.
reservoir will be built down we says pas- Las No MH 2 I
strrarn from the dam and when tures are coming out fine now NOTICE OK nlLK NISI :I
f that it has dried off and warmed BRADFORD COUNTY, FLO1I- t I
irrigation water is needed in the IDA. a political subdivision ) i
j. "' Adjoining the reservoir, Water up." He went on to say, "my Argentine of the Mate of Florida ) ;
Petitioner ) .
\ v.111 be released from the pond. is growing faster than the VII. )
J. II. CREWS, et al., ) ,
Irrigation water may also be +
i v rest of the grasses. The charac- Defendants ) S .
1"' pnmped directly from the water teristics of growing fast and hay Act Ire Of Kmlnrut Domain I'rorred- J 'LN,34
u' storage pond. This system will l.g..l i 1'nr
I ing a broader leaf are some of IN THE VJAMK AND BY Tilt
make irrigation water available AUTHOIUTV OF THE STATE m'j
in three large fields I I the outstanding features of Ar FLORIDA I will.ifhle
W. H. ties having or claiming any
NOTICE OF I\T.:%TlO" TO title, Interest estate, right'l
I other lien to or on those certain t
TaRetienAlaeryoT REGISTER Firrrnois: ..
cels of land hereinafter
Nonce 1 is hereby given that themdt'rslgned I and the following persons together'
\ under the provisions with all unknown persons claiming
''of! "Chapter 20.951 Laws of Florida I by, through or under known pore somewhere !
A. Is of 1941, will register with the sons who are dead, or who are not today
i lerk uf the Circuit! Court In and for known to be dead or alive:
Ct: tmtdford County, State of Florida, I J. R. CREWS, 444 Stimson
upon receipt of proof of publicationat j Road, Jacksonville, Florida
laneiwie i thisnotice, the fictitious name ELSIE CREWS 444 StinusonRoad
M tuura.MME HUT uua <>f Starke Seafood & Poultry under I Jacksonville, Florida
which i am engaged in business aLIKE t SECTION !2804-201: STATE UOAD
-b! ._ Parcel No. 41. Right of Way SRD : "'
< = :r1Io No. 44.That a Year in and'year out floods, fires, tornados kill and destroy. Disaster

part of: I strikes like lightning-and just as unpredictably. People are injured.
Lots S and 9. Ittock! 7 of Ward "
I City (Brooker) according to Plat Homes shattered. Businesses wiped out. Help is needed urgently. And your

recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 21, Red Cross answers the call-on an average of G times a week.
public records of Bradford County .k 7y r
Florida described b>' metes '

Beginning and bounds at ,the as follows Northeast, corner Actually, you answer, for you are the Red Cross-you and the rest of the

of Lot 8, Block 7 of said Ward <'uPtooker > I i 1' V folks who join to keep it going.
WRE&TLING ? ( : ) run thence SouthweMer- i 2ii- I
!y along the North line of said leas i "'
Sand 9 to the intersection of said ': '' You are there, not only in disasters, but when blood or first aid saves a'T
North line and the East right of 'I
way line of State Koad U. Section II f life; when a serviceman or his family needs emergency help. And every ,

grees 2804-201., 59 run min.thence, 43 South sec. ;5 dt''I'I, dollar you give counts. Remember that when a neighbor calls to ask you

along the East right of way line .J t.IEL.cJLIla ; to join. Join generously
Don't miss of the said State Road 18 a distance of A
good dN >
any zb q t
J feet,
run thence Easter! to the -
Shows East line of said Lot 8 at a point I '- .
WJHP-TV, 95 feet Southerly from the Point of
Beginning run thence Northerly SJ1ra
Channel 36. along the East line of said Lot 8 [
t a distance of 95 feet to the Point :|
of Beginning. Containing 0.107 t
We guarantee the finest acres, more or less.
IS OWNED BY: J. I'. Crews and ?
wife, Elsie Crews. IIniwer
tH !
reception possible. ea//-
/4 You, and each of you are herebjcomiri&nded '
*pgiWve'had to appear in the entitled
: far more training court on the 5th day of April 1k1:i4,
to show what right, title Intl'r..st.or .
ana liens you or any of you. havein
in UHF
experience and to any of the above described
lands and show cause why the same
than anyone else in this area.Chas. should not be taken for the uses and @
purposes set forth In the petition
.ill filed herein.
W... I TAKE NICE That a Declarationof I S
Taking has been flied in the above ,
styled cause, by the petitioner, the ..
(acquiring authority of these proceed- I nip .
lings, of the taking of the above de. ,! W
scribed lands for the purpose set joIn REf t/Of
C. SHEPHERDTV forth in the petition in this cause, y ur ?
via: As right of way for a portionof
State toad 18, In Bradford Coun-
ty. Florida and that one of the
Judges of the Circuit Court of the
RADIO -- SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERING Eighth Judicial Circuit of "Florida ? '
will on the 15th day of March A.D.,
1954, at 9S0: o'clock in tne forenoon
thereof. In Circuit Court Chambers

PHONE 239 STARKE, FLORIDA in Starke Bradford Florida County, consider Court said House Declaration at- 3 f Bradford County's Quota Is $2,545

of Taking, appoint appraiser-,
and make such order as the Court
deems proper.
I AU parties to the suit and all
In Tampa It's SHEP'S T V parties interested may appear and
be heard at the time and place I
designated I GIVE YOUR SHARE !
WITNESS my hand and this seal
._ V-' D"" .... of said Court on this 3rd day of fir' .
March A.D. 1954
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of Circuit Court of
Bradford County, Florida.

And Now- I Starke.ounty Attorney Florida 3,5 It 3/26 t


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the week. I amphibious training exercise on I II JSOT1CE TO AHPRAR once each week for four consecutive
mem Christian ChurchBible I I I I !. Clmlt Court Bradford CBIA I I week In the Bndford County Tele
Tacky Party And Dance SERVICE MEN the Puerto Rican island of Viequesa Fiends I. Ck..r ry .graph.

School 9:45: a. m. Worship The gaily decorated club audi- While on maneuvers McRae will Marie D'Ella, Plaintiff, Y!!. Anthony I! Dated this 1* day of March, nil
N. D'Ella Defendant i iCASK (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Daroy
Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. torium bedecked with a scare- have an opportunity to visit cities No. 10-3JSI I Clerk of the Circuit Court.

m. Prayer :Meeting each Wednes-,crow welcomed a large crowd Sat- of Puerto Rico and other Carib- N.UH To A....... I By Marian L. Crosby. Depot. rierk.
To Anthony N. D'Elia whose r-s- lit *
day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, i urday night. It seems everyone bean islands. Idence and address is: Unknown '

Minister. had his own idea about being You are hereby notified that a

I I II tacky and when all had assembledfor I Pfc. Edward P. Melvin, son of exit Divorce for custody an;! control of i51I 7b. 'fi.-::

HAMPTON Ii Mr-: and Mrs. Ben C. MeMri" of minor child } Ii
Methodist Church"Christ's I I Presbyterian Church I the grand March, what an appearance ,' -__ '-_ ,
II -
Rt. 2 is aboard
CHRISTIAN CHURCH that was! The Caldwell i Starke. serving naa been filed against you ra the
above named Court and cause and
Wonderful Offer" will Friday Mar. 19, 3:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship I family from the young to the I I the aircraft carrier USS Leyte. you are required to eer' e a copy ofi! By Joe
which recently returned to New-, your answer or pleading to the
Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program all in tacky dress I
be the of the to be Junior Choir practice. 7 m. ; younger came I
subject sermon p. i I. and I complaint on the Plaintiff I
port, R. from a shakedown
6:30 Evening Service 7:30 chosen
the Rev. Thomas G. Men of the Church Supper at p. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell was I Attorney T. Frank Landrunt.Starke.
preached by
p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor. tackiest and George Ca- i training cruise in the Caribbean i Floridaand 'I
the lady
Mitchell the First Methodist the Gold House Restaurant. I IPyt !
at tackiest man.No Sea. The Leyte is the first of the me the original in 1 be office of i I
Church this Sunday morning. Sunday, Mar. 21, 9:45 a. m. I nova of Starke the I I fast carriers to be convertedfor the Clerk or the Circuit Court on
could have been more hap- I or before the | a
Special music will be furnishedby Sunday School 11 a. m. Morning I
LATTER DAY SAINT sllocked than "hunter-killer" operations a 12 day of April, 1951:
the Senior Choir directed by Worship sermon by the pastor. 6 py, surprised and I otherwise the allocations of call t
Services each old Ma- in the U. S.Navy's Sgym.
Sunday in new development
Mrs. H. },{. Richarde when she received Complaint will Joe taken as cont.Mjd -
Carl Roberts with Mrs. E. K.Perryman m. Youth Fellowship, Jerry I i I
p. by
sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday the 16 1-2 lb. ham. A good emphasis on antisubmarine JVIIoThis
I as organist. Gibson Leslie and Robert Hum. School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- Paulk David E. Woodard son of warfare.Broughton. notice shall t* published I
floor show by Miss Sylvia
Sunday evening at 6:30 all In-' phries host. 7:30 p. m., Evening ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. i of Starke accompanied on the Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Woodard of

termediates and Young people are' service. I piano by Miss Carotoyn Crews Starke. is taking six months of Rites .
invited to the meetings Mar. 23, 8 m. Women SEVENTH DAY FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
cordially Tuesday
f was all the talk, and were they basic training at Ft. Belvoir, Va. I
I Held .
t, of the :MYF. of the Church. ADVENTIST CHURCH TuesdayMrs. N.I
| ever good! I He was employed at Setzers meat I sI
The Sunday evening church. Wednesday. Mar. 24 Prayer Services each Sabbath in old I l I
Iva Brooks
market before into servici Broughton. JUST ONE 42
service begins at 7:30 with a song i 7:30 Adult Choir Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath fYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYTff going
service of favorite gospel hymns Meeting p. m. School 2 p.m. Preachingeach I last September, and would appreciate -I 43, died Sunday morning at FRIGIDAIREI I .
practice 8 p. m. from his friends. -00 you HI TASrI Q
hearing her home at palm Harbor, I
led by George T. Huggins with second and fourth Sabbaths
I BAYLESS fflWAY|His address is: Pvt. David E.j I II I only by General I 1
Mrs. Lloyd J. Green as organist.The 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. [near Clearwater, after a brief
St. Edward's Church ,Woodard, US53194S93, Co. C, 969-1 I i Motors Corp- All other
Youth Choir will sing at the Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. illness. She was born at j
Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAiAAAAA th EEC Ft Belvoir. Va : I Electric Refrigerators are
I service. Everyone welcome. !, We not only sell them, but we
i Calera, Ala. on May 20, 1910, and .
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. I I made by other companies:
I The mid-week Prayer Service! Weekday Mass T:30: a.m.Children's I'was a member of the Baptist' and cannot use the word stand behind our guarantee.
and Bible Study is held each Wednesday Class Saturday 11 I AIRPARK BAPTIST ([Church. I
Church News Frigidaire.
Sunday School 9:45
evening -at 7:30. Duringthe a.m. Spew
a. m. cial service by' Rev. R. C. Rev. Martin filled his regular Surviving are her husband,
Lenten season a study of Crosbyat I
Keystone Heights Egbert Broughton of Palm Harbor, Warren'sI
at Bayless Hi..ayi i
11 Public invited. L. appointment
ajn. G. GelatineFRIGIDAIRE
'The Life Of Jesus" is being (Women's nub) Sunday morning and evenine He formerly of Graham; and two Want A '

made. i Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Hemingway pastor. i i and Mrs. Martin were dinner brothers. Elvin and Eddie M. \ ? ?, ShellTires
Brooks. both of Anniston Ala. Super
Confessions before all Masses.
guests of the L. A. Crosbys. I
Funeral services were held
Church of Christ ', The members of Bayless Hi- in I THEN SEE
the Graham Baptist Church Tues-
Corner 10th and McMahoa Church of God I way are enjoying a study course I I
BRANCHby I day morning at 10 o'clock with
f Preaching-ll A. M. and 7:31 this week. Rev. Martin is teaching Rev S. ESparks officiating. In- IE. H. SMITH Batteries

P.M. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn :Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand the Adult class, Mrs. 0 E. terment was in the family plot in I I Washing Lubrication

and Bible Study ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening ;'Crosby the Young Peoples Class, Santa Fe Cemetery with DeWittC '
Prayer Meetlig Tenth and Temple Ave.
Service 7:30 YPE Service Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAWA Phone 385 Madison & :Monroe
p.m. ; Miss Mary Alyce Crosby the Jones Funeral Home
each Wednesday 7:30 p M. in charge \ Starke, FL% I
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet. 'Juniors and J. R. Kelly the In- ot arrangements. ,

ing 7:30: p.m. Thursday. termediates. ...
St. Mark's Episcopal Lawtey Jimmie Wilkinson has returnedto
his i i There will be a movie presented -
in Texas after

Rev.Schedule Raymond SUNDAYS of E.Services MatBUln i i Sunday Worship Saturday School,11 7:30: a.m.10 p.m.YPE a.m. Morning Serving spending folks to operation.Mr. recuperate a while. with from the an home appendix -,I, night Home"at.entitled Everyone Bayless"Mother is Hiway invited and Sunday to the see .Y In Our Plan Books You'll Find

this soul film.
9:45: a.m., Church School 11 \\OODLAWN :MISSIONARY : and Mrs. Marion Wilkinson inspiring

a.m., Morning Prayer &; Sermon; BAPTIST CIIURCIILAWTEY and family of St. Mary's Ga. j Personal Items ."

6:30: p.m.. Young People's Service FLA. were recent guests of the Jack 'I Wallace We were Campbell very glad of to Columbus have :Mrs., r M. Sgt Louis A. Shaw, son of 1 The Home You've Always WantedWe

Wilkinsons. Wm H. Shaw of
League. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Brooker is serv-
Ga. at church Sunday. She is visiting -
HOLY COMMUNION preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:43 prayer Pearl :Mosley has recovered I ing as a helicopter rotor mechanic
her sister and brother-in-law, I
service, 7 o'clock song services. from her recent burn and is able with Marine Aircraft Maintenance
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Holly. Mrs. have a fascinating collection of home plansin
1:30 evening services. to attend church Squadron 36 at the Marine Corps
day 7:30: a.m. Campbell favored us with two I Air Facility Santa Ana, Calif. all popular architectual styles. Anything from

FRIDAY ClimSTI.SCIE.. CE Everett Godwin has been real vocal numbers Sunday night. Since enlisting in the Marine flat-roofed bungalows to modern ranch types .

sick and we hope he is back to n with two three and four bedrooms. Come
7:30 p.m. Litany &; Meditation. SOCIETY Birthday Party \ Corps in 1939 Sgt. Shaw servedin over

8 p.ra.. Choir Rehearsal Orange Park Fl a. normal by now. I Mrs. Lavon: Crosby entertained the South Pacific during World to our plan book library and browse around.

Sunday service 11 ajn. Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones [ a number of friends with a birthday War II and in Korea. He and his i

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS: day School 11 a.m. spent the day Sunday with the j partv last Saturday night wife now reside at the housingunit When you've chosen the home you like, we'll help

CHURCH Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed- Richard Lang family.Mr. I honoring her husband Lavon on adjacent to the facility. I arrange floor plans and decorative features to fit

Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. nesday each month, 8 p.m. and Mrs. Clyde; Padgett of his birthday. About thirty-five I your taste anti needs. We'll keep an eye on your

Morning Service 11 a.m. Public cordially invited. Nursery Lutz spent the weekend at Clay 'I guests enjoyed the evening with Pfc. AIred E. Glisson, son of Mr. budget .'and suggest materials that can cut

Evening Service 7:30 p.m. maintained for all services. Hill with friends and relatives. the honoree' and Mrs. Crosby. and Mrs. Albert M. Glisson, Rt. 1
costs without sacrificing durability or attractiveness. -
Prayer Meetings Wednesday Center Starke, has joined the staging
Community Building. Minnie Lee Gurr and sons I Refreshments were served at a

night 7:45 pm. Saturday nigh Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. spent Sunday with her dad, J. L. ( late hour. regiment at the Camp Pendleton .

Strickland, sister, Faye England, I Mac Woods of Albany, Ga. Calif. Marine Corps base in pre- ;--L;
and other relatives at Clay Hill. spent the weekend with his broth- jii .! _
L-\\\'TEY.FL\. BAPTIST CHURCH I East. The staging regiment han- .
Lottie er-in-law and sister the H. B.
Starling and Grace Lang everything has been thoroughlylaid
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach dles last minute details in get-
called on us last week, offering over-all
ing 11 a. m. &: 7:30 p. m. Midweek ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: ting men ready for foreign duty. out on paper, including our
help in caring for mother, but and Mrs. Clark Smith of list
service Wednesday 7 : ) 7:30 building estimate, well give you a
:% p. m. p.m. Preaching p.m. Prayer
there is no help one can render.It Lake Butler were visiting the Pvt. Hollis Vaughn Knight Jr.. contractors from which
A. E. Massey. pastor. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. competent you
looks as there is nothing we' C. Crosbys Saturday. C'I'son of H. V. Knight of Starke and = s-
Bible School-10 A M. Rev. J E. Ungerfelt, pastor. 'I ( I can choose.
can do for her. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Holly .Mrs. Merry Knight of Gaines- -aMa- _

:. -. ,._....... .. '' Well, after we were patting Starke and Mrs. Wallace ,ville, has completed advanced aa: :1 B -
----" = \ ourselves on the back that the !bell of Columbus Ga. were ;military training with Co. C of See Us Now

I cold weather was about over, ,dinner guests of Mrs. O. E. m91 the 28th Inf. Regt. at Ft. Jack-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke I here comes another freeze and by Sunday. ,,son, S. C. His unit was one of Your New Home Can Be Built This Spring

I put us all by the fire again and |: Thought for today. Before you I those selected at Ft. Jackson for I

made us cover young plants and ,. retire at night ask youself the ',organization into platoon packets I ADVICE ON: ANY BUILDING PROJECT
flowers. Well, we wonder if we i question: "Have I done everything The men assigned to the platoon arias
I -" rrr* i m r*rrrffffrff-m j r v f.rff----f-f m will have a frost July 4th as the I should have done today II were kept together during their I .

folks did in Brazil to make my life worthwhile to .training yid will be assigned to

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor I We understand Elgin Lang is myself and given someone a I('their new duty station as a com- !!

about to get a new store building thought to help them along the I plete platoon, instead of as individual STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town made also Ella Carter has a new way." replacements.Pfc. r,

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 dwelling almost finished by the Benny M. McRae son of i 45 Washington St at S.A.L. Depot
side of her store. There are other
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of Rt. I
r' 1 I 1 1 I 1.1 new houses going up on Clay Hill j Starke Fla.
but 2, Starke, is with the 2nd Marine I
we have forgotten whose they PINE LEVELby
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. are. We hope folks do not censorus Division participating in a huge\

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Union for being forgetful, we justcan't y'V
Training 6:15 P.M. :\11'<1. II. :M. MoHae
help it!

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. While the Hatcher man was 1&11&1&1&..&&&........

..... grading the road Monday Jim de- : There were 208 in Sunday
.: t' < n -::: _. ._ _"._ _-. '. :::! :: : -= .' cided he would be smart and go School last
Sunday, and one new
and pick up roots so the road
member added to the church
.: . .. ..- ._. -: :: would be nice and smooth. HP grot roll by baptism.Rev. .

hold of one root that wouldn't
Hear Pastor Bob and Mrs. W. E. Hall were
Gray Sunday give, he pulled and pulled again OUT AHEAD with that
dinner guests Sunday of Mr. ant'Mrs.
several times and when the root bigger,lower l look.Chevrolet

!ruF i .. Night at 7:30 p.m. tell: did give he sat down in the middleof .who Paul Faulkner and son. Pan'Jr. is "the oo/y low-priced
was celebrating his car with Fisher
the road to rest with the root style
: birthday anniversary.Mr. and beauty.
across his chest. That is his
: story and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of

iYhatflYoiildlloffjj I \ about it, you may all draw your Lake City were recent guests of

own conclusions! He probablywas
the B. M. McRaes; also another
tired but I believe he would
: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

I \\Vere The Devil! have rest-if chosen he had a done better the choosingWe place to Mrs.spent Robert Saturday Groover night 'with of Miami them

are sorry we were too late
Misses Glenda Crosby and Shir-

S The places I would go, the things that I would do. to get our little bit in the paper ley McRae. Arley McRae and
.. last week have been asked what
S Have been Clyde Hughie of Gainesville visited 4 -
caught ?
you unaware
was wrong. Well, I waited on my
Stephen Foster Memorial last
S What would you ,do? news boy to bring his notes. He Sunday.Mrs. OUT AHIAD with the highestcompresOUT AHEAD with that smooth and solid OUT AHEAD with bigger

was late, therefore I was late too sion overhead valve engines. Chevrolet's big-car ride. Chevrolet's the only low-priced brakes ,greater safety.
R. C. Cheshire ralle!
After this week I will not wait was great valve-in-head[ engines have the highest car with Unitized Knee-Aaicn-one reason Chevrolet brakes are larg
First Baptist Church HamptonBible to Tampa by the illness of her compression ratio of any[leading low-priced car. for its finer
on him to bring his news but daughter.Rev. road-smoothing,road-hugging ride. est i in the low-price field
for smoother
will send mine on Monday ,
Hall conducted the funeralof
School 10 a.m.. B.T U. 6:30 p.m.
Virgil G. Hall at the Shiloh
"Bring your Bibjes for Training and meet with the largest Baptist Church near Green Cove

HT.U. in the New River Association." Springs Monday of last week. What want most J a
FARM.AAAAAA.A.AAAA.AAAAA.AAAAAAA4' Mrs. Sue Myrick of Starke wasa you

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". .. -. < ,-o_ ._'.._. _. L._ -"' __ ._"_" '_ .-j I dinner guest of the H. M. Me-
Raes Sunday. Afternoon visitors

were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thorntonand
I Gax-le Gnffis celebrated her "fcth children. Chevroletgives '

birthday Sunday afternoon at her
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee of
home with a party for the 16
Hilliard and Mr. and :Mrs Guy AHEAD with zippy,
guests present. The children enjoyed -
Wm. Hall and granddaughter of Po ie. first
thrifty ergli<
out-door and were Ii
games fthat's
Cocoa with rs+ automatic transmission in
spent Monday night gives you
of TO THE served cake and ice cream with
Christ their parents. Rev. and Mrs. Hall. the low-price field and the
candy favors. Gayle receive-
HERALDOFTRUTH Mr. and :Mrs.: R. C. Starling of most advanced! Optional i
useful and nice thins
on ad modes at extra cod
Lake City visited their aunt. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Denkla o* ( the reason more people want .
Salute You
Alma Starling, Sunday afternoon
Jacksonville anent Sunday with
Little Sandra Starling attended buy Chevrolets than any other car)
WJHP S A.M. Mrs Denkla's brother. Mr. and
the birthday celebration given in
ROMANS Mrs. L. L. GriffU and family.
16:16 honor of Miss Suzi Broadway at
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Cox anrt
her home in Starke last Friday
two daughters. Lois.and Irene and 1 Chevrolet keeps coming up ahead of other f
: afternoon.
Mrs. John Salisbury and two little low-priced cars with the new things and good things +
In Starke West of Bus Station daughters LaQuita and Deborahof | Had a letter from Mrs. Robert f
Taylor (formerly Odessa Mc- you want. you pay less for a Chevroletit -
Monroe, Ga. and Orlando respectively
EVERETT Rae) of Munaon telling about carries the lowest price tog of any line of cars. I
WILLIAMSON, MINISTER spent the weekend with
I the snow storm two weeks ago. So why go hundreds of dollars higher when can
Mr. Cox's parents. Mr. and Mrs. you OUT AHEAD with auto !

WORSHIP SERVICES 10:00 A.M. I R. H. Cox and Mrs. Cox's parentsMr. I She said it started snowing at get what you wont in a new Chevrolet Come on inyou'll malic power controls. ;

: and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. 10:30: on Saturday and lasted until like the we're Chevrolet,h the first 1 low-
Sermon "The Person and Work of The Holy Spirit" about the same time Sunday way talking business ,
priced( ,to
I Mrs. Medord Shealy and daughter. car bring you at
morning. They made a snow man the latest automatic
Sara and Mrs. L. L. Wain- power
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M. wright and I and the children had a great features and controls as
daughter. Sherry j
I time. Munson is almost on the extra-cost options. .
spent Monday visiting friends
Sermon "Believing A Lie" I Alabama line.YOU'LL .
and relatives in Gainesville.Mrs. .

William Savage of Springfield TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

Bible Study Wed Night 7:30 P.M. Mass., daughter-in-law of LAVE new Ester- :

Mrs. J. B. Caldwell arrived Thursday I
brook par> "--size fountain pens In

II and was a guest of the J. G pastel shades. Only $:.37 at Bradford I PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETSi
: Caldwells for the remainder of County Telegraph.


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I "Sudden Shift Sends Rev. Mitchell Beef Be Cattle Discussed TopicsTo BHS Baseball To WOW Meet Boys Monday Club City Approves Subdivision Plats Crosby are and assisting Sgt. Joseph the American N. Warren

Season Legion Post in the Jr. Legion Rifle

I To Jacksonville; Last Sermon Sunday AtUofFCourse II I OpensContinued The recently chartered Boysof I The current building program Meeting in a special session I I Marksmanship program. The Program

I I I in Starke moved another step last is
t Woodcraft Sportsman Club of Friday' afternoon the City sponsored by the Legionand

The appointment of the Rev. and Thomas Glenn U will move A three-day course on problems : ( from page one, Starke will hold a meeting at the I forward Tuesday night of this Council approved the plat sub is being conducted at the

Thomas Glenn Mitchell as ministerof I to Jacksonville on Thursday. of beef cattle production called Lavon Lewis Paul Magyar, and hall on Call St Monday at 51 week when the City Council examined mitted by Demetree Builders Inc., Armory.

the Lake Shore Methodist March 25 after the completion of the annual Beef Cattle Breeders'Sand Ned I accepted and approvedthe Jacksonville for a new sub-di- ;
Pringle. m. i
: p.
Church in Jacksonville was announced -'I almost four years in Starke. The Herdsmen's short course will Athletic director Hobbs statesthat Rifles and other plat for Pine Haven Subdivision vision to be known a. Saratoga REVIVAL TO BEGIN
8 and 10 the equipment
Wednesday by Bishop new sanctuary and educational'be held April of ,Florida 9. Livestock at the first four games were necessary to the boys programhas located at Orange ana Heights. It is believed that actual; AT HIGHLAND BAPTIST

John Branscomb resident bishopof building was constructed by the University Pratt Streets formerly Stump's construction of homes in the new,
scheduled away from home be- arrived from headquartersof
I Pavilion Gainesville according to Revival services will begin Sunday
Jacksonville Area of the Starke Methodist Church during I addition. development will begin as soon
the and will be displayed I
Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the animalhusbandry cause all of Bradford's home the fraternity March 21. at the Highland
Methodist Church. This change of i i this time. Since Sunday March and at this Joseph D. Warren builder, plans as the builders obtain FHA ap "
I department of the uni- I games will be played at night explained Baptist Church with Rev G. E.
the Conference 21. will be their last Sunday in '. to erect 29 houses on this site proval.
appointment during I. versity. and along about now it's just I meeting. according to J. W. Yeo-I Cutshaw of Tennessee in charge.
was made necessary Starke Mr. Mitchell has announced I who stated in the $6,000 to $6,500 price This new sub-division is located -.
year local ,
Thirty-nine of the best cowmen too cold at night for baseball. man secretary The revival will close with the
the appointing of the Rev. | that their six-weeks-old son. range. on the Ed Preva't property.on 1
by will be available to discuss feeding ; The Tornadoes will meet seven I that parents of the boys annual Homecoming on Sunday
Charles A. Thompson pastor of, Thomas Glenn II. will be baptizedi when Building Inspector D. W. Carpenter the west side of Starke. The '
breeding, management disease ;I different scnools and will play. attend this meeting practicalso March 28. The pastor. Rev. E C
St. James Methodist Church of I i at the Sunday morning churchi financing grading. showing and !Bolles three times. I as to find out what the program appeared before the council builders plan to erect{ 25 housesat Harvey, extends a cordial invita-

Palatka. Superintendent of then service by Dr. T. Arthur Mosley.the regarding the plans Freeman the start and. iff} conditions
as i i judging, as applied to both pure- The completed schedule is as is and will do for their sons. tion to the public to attend serv-

Methodist Home for the Agedin father of Mrs. Mitchell. Mr. bred and commercial herds. I follows and all home games will i Camp 138 W. O. W. will hold Register. Gulf Oil Distributor warrant, increase the development I! ices nightly at 7:30: dunng the

st. Petersburg. The Rev. T. H. .Mitchell will preach at both the The course is being sponsored I! its regular meeting Friday, Mar. has for adding additional bulk to a total of 135. The houses will
begin at 8 m.: week
Norton was moved from the Lake morning and evening services on the University of Florida and p. I 26, at 8 p. m. fuel tanks to his plant. Actionon be in the $8,000. to $10.000 bracket. i

Shore Church to fill the vacancyat Sunday March 21. various cattle breeding organizations -! Mar 23-Bolles in Jacksonville I The initiation of new candi- this matter was delayed. \I

Palatka and Mr. Mitchell moved -I Bishop Branscomb also announced Full details may be obtained I Mar. 26-P. K. Yonge in Gaines '. dates postponed last- week to pending further study.

from Etarke to the Lake Shore i that the Rev. Robert D. Som- from George Huggtns. county I ville. !, make way for the minstrel will The council contracted with 'I

Church. .mer has been appointed as minister I{agent I Mar. 31-Lake City. there I II be held at this meeting. Several Dave Paulk to use his drag-line

The Rev and Mrs. Mitchell and of the First Methodist Churchof I! Apr. Gainesville High. there ,I New Woodmen will be initiated to cover up sections of the city I, '

their two children Barbara Jeanne Starke. Mr. Sommer has served -!Phillips Is Out I:' Apr. 1Ketterlinus. here i iI .I into the camp at this time. I'garbage dump. I fAC4L1

i as Associate Pastor of the : Apr. 6-Palatka. there I I U \

W. C. T. U. I First Methodist Church in St. !Of School Race 1 I Apr. 13-roke City. here The Story 'Fabulous Florida' I
Petersburg for the past threeyears | Apr 16-Bollf';: here i

KXO; KOLT I and comes highly recommended I Apr. 2O-P. K Yonge. here 1

THE MAN WHO" MAY SAYS LEARS'WIJ.T "UQUOIt.S -I. by Bishop Branscomb and I I O J Philips! of Lawtey announced i! Apr. 23-Ke'terlmus in St. Is Told In 1953 FP&L Report II

OK his Cabinet. The Sommers have yesterday he had "regret- i Augustine I

\VK ALL Ot'OHT TO two children. both girls They j I fully withdrawn" as a candidate j i Apr. 29Palatka. here Florida's far-u'.ous! postwar 199 per cent. compared with 97 I
K.'iOWTJI.T OFTEN TO I I' Knockout Blow!
will move to Starke on Thursday. for School Board. Dist 1 (Lawtey) Apr. 20 Bolles, here record of rowing faster and'' per cent natio wide.I .

LJFK'S: FONDEST HOPES BOOZE March 25, and Mr. Sommers will i| due to a ruling by the Industrial!j May 1 Green Cove there ;I more steadily than any other I I Factors in Florida's rapid industrial v wmu ;
DELIVERS A TRAGIC ISSUE nrearh his first sermon in Starke Relations Division of the U. S. I May Gainesville, here i state is being broadcast to the growth are the fact that i I YOU can lose your home
n Sunday. March 28 I Naval Station. Green Cove Springs. I May 11-Green Cove. here : nation in the 28th annual report -:: the state constitution prohibits : Monday night fo.ind Headquarters your automobile your savings .

where he is East Florida Conference of the Florida Power & a state income tax. state real ;
...- --- -rnnz...,..I, employed. ; The Company National and all that you value
will be held the first Light Co."We're. I property taxes duplicating inheritance basic''I
The ruling stated that "Candi- i tourney Guard receiving training in if you have to pay a judge-
dae\ for nomination or election to week in May in St. Augustine. growing more than taxes and bonded debt medical subjects. Major A. Y. |

WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE any national. state county orI I I I twice as fast as the rest of the I the report said. Covington, Bradfonji C ur.ty ment awarded by a jury for 1

municipal office to be filled in an i Legion Contest ; nation and the end is not insight To keep ahead of Florida's Health Director, delivered! an ex-i I injuries sustained on your

election involving partisan candi- ;( ," President McGregor Smith growth. FP&L spent a record cellent lecture on diseases and injuries property.

datos is not permissible" For Young Orators said in the report entitled "Fabu- breaking 532.200.000 on new con- common to the military.

Phillips expressed thanks to I I Inends Held Last FridayV lous Florida." I struction in 1953; added 910 milesof Major Covington showed, slides ..Comprehensive Personal Liability

( who had pledged him their Informing the northern investment new power transmission and that demonstrated the effects of : Insurance will defend

RADIO support and urged them to "vote] T Coram Jr. principal, of and financial circles about j I distribution lines. This year the such diseases and injuries. Members :. you in such an action and

; for the man who is interested I the Brooker Schools and directorof Florida's stable situation ana :company plans to spend $ 9.0- thus gained valuable knowledge the damages up to the :
the schools more than in the the Legion-sponsored oratorical bright future helps Florida Power 000 on expansion. they would not otherwise
AND !! limit of insurance
salary the job pays". I & Light in more ways than one. I :Major construction items in have received. your
contests for the northern Florida -
; II! The company must finance its 1953 were completion of an 80.- Members are busjl preparing
TELEVISIONSales that Ruth Strat-
Senator CollinsOn announced huge expansion (currently in the 000 kilowatt generator at the for range firing and simmer field

; I ton. Columbia H. S., Lake City third year of a 10-year $332,000000 ,- Riviera plant, near West Palm training. Range flung begins .I
p H. C. WALL
TV, Friday ; won first place in the contest program) through multimilI. I Beach, and the start of a new March 27. when perso'pnelil1 be I

1 :Ii held at the Starke Legion Home lion dollar security issues. 80,000 kilowatt unit near :Miami, at Camp Blanding for two daysof

-b-- and Service i State Senator Leroy Collins. inj; last Friday afternoon. I 'This campaign also benefitsall to be completed in 1955. Togetherwith firing individual weapons. I AGENCY

.. I stated a ...wire to that the heoil1 Telegraph discuss yesterday his, I Judges for the Starke contest Floi'.da! enterpriser- seeking' an 80000. kw unit being designed -I Recently promoted to noncommissioned -I Phunt 146

Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I were Dwight Sullivan. supervisorwith investment capital and strengthens for the Palatka plant in officers were: Private -
224 N. Temple candidacy for Governor of Florida -, 200 E. Call Street
in'' the State Department of the credit of Florida cities I 1956 these two Miami plants First Class Billy Dodd and
II on two television programs :
I_ Jacksonville Friday. March 19. : Education Rev. Thomas Mitchell, and towns when they approach I will bring the system capability to Glenn Shuford. StarkeAlIValuesI

Both programs will be on WMBR- I Starke Methodist Church, and northern financial interests to 957,000 kilowatts, nearly five : PFC O. P. Hutto. CWO A. L

channel four. Herbert T. Goldman. Ocala. : market bond issues for municipal times the total capability of the ir .

Sell It Rent ft Trade It TV Women will interview Collins on'I The orators spoke first on the I improvements," Smith said. I I entire system on V. J. Day. j I AIUEDCARS

the issues confronting Florida in federal constitution and then The report points out that for I i The company gained 36.606 new i(

a 30-minute program from 9:45: to extemporaneously on a topic of almost a century Florida's population -i customers in 1953 to bring its ;

WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow 10:15: Friday morning. I national interest. W. H. Graham, has about doubled every ,i total roll to 452442. Adding to |
Friday night, from 8:30: to 9' Harold Lennon and Albert L. 20 years, and that latest census Ii I the demand for new generating :; '

o'clock the Tallahassee senator'I.Crosby Jr. served as escorts for figures show the 10-year growthrate I, units was the fact that the 1953 !.

Rates Good Results Easy To Place :will make a fireside chat on campaign I the contestants. has jumped to 72 per cent.I I. average residential customer used ,

I II Industrial has beenso I
I issues. I development 2,762 kw hours-46 per cent more
I 'I IIHercules rapid that annual income from I! I
ONE INSERTION 50c I CommissionersMet than the 1947 average.
manufacturing now exceeds that
WORD 2cDII'OIT OperationI I Common stock earnings were
Tuesday of agriculture. The hundred mil
CF 13: PER CKNT dN TWO OR lORE I\SKRTIO Shown In Film lion pounds of international air equivalent to $307 per share i and TRUCKS
On Road Matters and common stock dividends :

SAr ADDITIONAL! FOR BLI1D! ADS OR ADS NOT PUD 1% AD"\%('.: At Rotary ClubAn ; I I,'International cargo that passed through Miami's were $1.60 per share the balance )

MEMOKIAXS.- GAUD Of THANKS RESOLUTIONS-tOe PER LINE interesting film on the i The Bradford met Tuesday County afternoon Commissioners at- was more than Airport double during that han 1953 being used for the company's j I i I OPEN ":30 A. M. Till 5:30 P. M.

.. (COUNT :5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) woods operation of the Hercules I the courhouse to approve resolutions died by New York's four airports. tremendous construction program i ,

I Powder Co. in Georgia and Florida regarding Road 125 at.Law- !. Over the past eight wears FP I Eighteen towns and cities I

I was shown at the Rotary Club's tey, and also the Kingsley Lake &L figures show that plant capacity granted FP&L new 30-year franchises I ANDREWS% MOTOR COMPANY

TUB K1SH! ARK BITING f v luncheon meeting Wednesday. Road. This action was necessaryto has increased 215 ner cent in 1953 bringing the total ,

IX LARK tOCHLOOSACOUK TO A. J. Thomas Starke Fla. appropriate money for use in against 83 per cent for the nation: to 83 approved since 1945. In1*
The film was presented by B.
:HOHMAN* Klill CAMP'UK I eminent domain proceedings in the customers have increased 121 pet those that required elections.
K\BBYTHINU KOB E. Gooch of Brunswick, Ga.. woods II
wa: TUB FISIIEHMA 1 OFFERS the :several caste where the State cent compared to 47 per cent for eight out of 10 votes were favorable } PHONE
superintendent of Georgia- t. ,
4' 412'I I Road Department is condemning the nation; electric sales are u*> Smith reported. j
1-Tea room dwelling I. beau Florida woods operation for Her- property for use as public roads. And ADAMS 118
1-oU SALE-rrodjet tractor sprayer. tlful kfttlBK of Ja".. khrabbery I cules. He was introduced by C.
The commissioners voted to do-
Ideal for truck crop!. Cheap. 1"1' niul peraa ..ron'. Three j NewLeafSpotOn Dr. i
Houpt Buys
11. Faulkner. General minute drive from Starke on i H. Quick local Hercules representative -inate sums of $300 to the Chamberlof ; iI
8tark _Ztp. Important State Highway. who had charge of the Commerce, and $50 to the I I

KOK: KENT-Five room turnl Uhed | .:-Two story ten room dwelling program. American Red Cross Fla.90ls Clinic Building [ A-i I STARKE FLA. A-i
apartment. Couple. only or '" Uh !a Starke. Large lot eo.cn.letIy I !
small baby. 6lt Church St. oitoated 3 block from I
ihontmvy. _Upt I Pout Office. I Is Found Here And ResidencePurchase \,

WOKMS FOlt SALE-A. EI S10rre Farm and Raach I FOR SCHOOL BOARD DIST. ONE .' '_
KAHTH Surrency. Thompson St. between, ........d. and eros fenrvd. I Increas-ing seriousness of leaf of the office and clinic ;'. :-:= ,:..:: it (-= : =-_ ,'-:" : J. .= ": n ___. ..: I
Washington and 10th Sts.: Sfn I brook. substantial dwelling; I spot on Florida 90 strawberry building he occupies on West Call

Stp rlevtririrr. fruit tree and plants in this area occasioned St. was recently made by Dr Calvin .
peraa grote. 1 mile from Vote For a.. SAT. Q MON. ONLY
FOR SAl.J""-Fraroe house on Pine TOMB.I visit here Wednesday of three plant Houpt who plans extensive remodeling -
St. off Alton Koad. 2 lots. City experts. and enlargement of the
and lights bath complete. 3 nice building lots o. St.
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Terms if desired. See J. Vi. CUUr Street I. Starke. You DAN W. STARLING Dr. A. N. Brooks, plant path- structure.At .

Thomas o. premises. 4tpZj are ln>ited. before >ou bur. ; ologist at the Strawberry Laboratory the same time, Dr and Mrs

WANTED TO OUT-Property on'' to talk nlthi Plant City. and developer of Houpt purchased the house they SENSATIONAL VALUES"

Highway SOI north t,r south of A. J. THOMAS lie will see that you get the most the new Florida 90 berry plant Dr.I have been occupying on N. WalnutSt.

Starke Box 1003.al.Starke.<> small Fla.farm.rite Stchg 3HRADIOS for you taxpayer's dollar in better Phares Decker, plant pathologist Both pieces of property were Regularly! 5* & 10?

RKIL ESTATE DEALER at Gainesville Experiment i purchased from Francis M (Buckshot trtq' :
I MM Temple Ate. Telephone 214Marke. 0 schools for our boys and girls. Station f _
REPAIREDAll Florida and Dr. James Montelaro: horti- :: ) and Jeannette V. Williams I
__ ...,, ., culturist with the Extension Service I I for an indicated price of $28.000 -
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M..... All Models = .u. I (Pol. ad'. paid for by Jan W. Starling) I I -
K .....klr charges varaMee4 of the University, visited the ,
CII %<*. t... MIKPHKHH KOR SA1.K-S.i\\' mill .T.>s=tif ..nd" j I three berry fields which are under I i GOT EVERYTHING? Ghe her ,
St. SUrL* p"UI pulp wo.K! timber on 600 :at'res of ;, Esterbrook pastel '
703: W. Call :routine observation. I Ian purse pm .

land Hakrr on<'uunty Taylnr-Cilen. Florida Contact Highway.J. I', ': """"" ", .. ........ ':it..th "" :t'.4- ,j >' ,i.f. They found leaf spot in all three''' Only $%.3'7 at Bradford ('ounty I IiiIs I

FOR RENT-Unfurnished house.. Inquire I. Ha.rvey. liFt). Sanderson Fla. 1 I fields Telegraph. ;: : -
at Bus Station. tl I I t.n I j owned by Luther Hilliard. _____
1 Pete Gnffis and Leaton Morgan. i I
COME AND SEE FOR SALK-Su room house on two ; respectively. At Morgan's field POLITICAL I
This Special! StUd on blooming Asa- I I lots. 614 E. 7th St. Phone 80. FINAL WARNING .'
leas of all tiliea at amailngly I low Starke Fla. 3tn 1'26 I i they found a new variety of leaf ANNOUNCEMENTS
prke. 10 ti' II In.. 100 for .10. Large ., spot: which they said was encount- ?
blooming Ataleas. 50c. 75c: $1.00 I APARTMENT FOR REXT !"Pd- I ,
t&i'h. room. bath. lIving room kitchen I, ered for the first time. I I FOR 'dr"T1' ('O"IlIlon
t1'L"ED'RlZA1.EA OARDKNS and upstairs porch Mrs K According to Sec. 7, Article 10. of Florida At Pete Griffis farm they found I W T. THO .V STiHKKl, .
P. O. Box W }o r1ton. Fla. Long. ..03i.. Walnut. ph..n H.\\ I am a candidate (ur *.1!>- 'MI, -
Pauline Earle Collins tIn [stunted plants apparently affect- a member of the Hoard! of r ':' -\
Constitution: :Jed by stinging nematodes. This Commissioners for iMstn. t T. ,!,

'olt SALB-Two lots and small POWER LAWN MOWER for rent I : microscopic worm-like Bradford County ... I, '.
J. insect My record I.I a boaril m 'T")" <
house on Route 16 Hast: by the hour at Tlny's Service Station I I .
I, ll'OIt. Holt 707. Starke. Fla. Temple A\e. IfchgLKT : found at the roots, can cause a well" known to the lH''vh.f '.1 h.e .
3tp 3/19 tire county. :My years .f 0>\1" i r' non :
spotty of
plants. ,
the board will be \aluat.l- :If' ri-
"-[OR RENT-Furnished apartment. I 1"J.\nl.F.D DOM.iorn JR I EXEMPTION AND THOSE EXPECTING I, The experts will work on the ministering the business aff >n .i

W one bedroom and glassed-in BleepIng rTTI.K \%n IIOG.SI.F.I i| problem of leaf spot dusts our lounty. My record 1"I'i '
porch large living room. I I book to all the people 11t h> dinnette 438 Southt. lite Oak Fflch tt>d.. or sprays and advise growers of and it will reveal my ..rr.." i oj'i
kitchen and e-day tv.
or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe. I .. .__..,,'ft "".-" ..._..... I TIME SHOULD. WITHOUT FAIL, SIGN TilE APPLICATION I I their progress. I all occasions for strict t.,1_1".. --. 1 T

_ U 1' i eonomy in "nr ('.'UfltV" f in.n' i.ii! <:
FOR RKVT OR \LE-Five fairs and faithful, just and h"-tad
yon RENT-Furnished cottage. J house with 6 acres on ", rfY'tm'l :Latter miii i-trati 'it.
bedrooms Modern electric I I He'ehts Road In fity If you elect me again t.i th< I' ,trd ,
Also large garden paoe. n..aiOonat.let..rms.,.. ., Ben Suslow. i I of County Commissioners. y .u > ,in I
mo. Mrs. L. M. I <; -I. Li *r he -10! Quarterly ConferenceThe .
Adults. $50 per I I depend upon me to see that < 'Ie ]I.
'lark. KFD 1. Box 2C.Mt I I fare funds and hospital fur.ijustly !- ,, OTHER NOTIONS DfiQMQUOB SMALL WAKES 4t
Stark 1 ml from bridge tf/chg FOR UT.F.-60 acre farm. 50( acrsimproved AMD MANY a! I
Quarterly Conference of the honestly and proprrlv h tdli
pasture. 15 pear I
FOR RENT-Furnished S bedroom I 1S ner..imm"n tre a and HO( bl'ar-I Everyone who has bought or sold i i Chiu i-h of Jesus Christ of Latter I and administered Through' ;
wise handling'! of our "HUlt- u-
graded *
with all modern conveniences. ing pecan trees I
house land cattle For Information Day Saints will be held at the fairs. we will not need t:i\ 'no
on (our acre of I: y.. ... P. ",, 51 tfl'1'u I during the should !George i crease and you may depend u;>.n
1-nree chd Wen h"'me will accommodate II property past year, Washington Hotel in Jacksonville -
I I : me to *o handle our affair- inrl i'"
about 1000 chicks.II'Qulrl'(1f'orge 1% FOR SALE-On Highway 301 (1ar-1 : on Sunday, :March 21, prevent additional or ir.n.i-.d I HANKIES !
of Town
1'i'lfn Kwt Kaufmann Bradford CoTelegraph 1 d A-I<*nia conditionI1. 1* room- \income furni-hine property exiont ,- File a return on this, in order to insure I j from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bishop Carl ta\e improving,; on our and people enlarging.My'!eff our.rt-n f ad,r
IS and W
l tween \ Buehner will '
: be the
ners-insl furniture "vl'iri'lJ13 ; visiting 'system will again go forthh.il I !
o'clock wwVd voVMI -HiO or best offer Open for I the authority from Salt Lake City. ...."rk for additional road funds from
Mrs. K Ranee.: ,;. correct assessment. I Mate and federal source an,1 r, rr.plete It
nrt row inspection. All services t
'I.* *>n i'ni> two .n-I ,i in Starke will" be
newideas eral IVhvery Siarke. Fla our county's paving pr"''eran.
u!'ed tobarro transplanter condition :2tp! 4 2 I omitted this Sunday. and the to carry hard surfaced rr.adI" ai! I
and Tlgert., good .
.1 1I. .. "V tom"o "ftnnfor\ ': public 'nvited to attend the con- parts of our county, and to thus KI\' 1st Qual.
Pohbms. volt sALF.I 10 l Warren Walk-in I I actual and definitely farm to mark-
Robert i
$125 follch. I
160 .to Seaivy Farm. Lee MadisonCountr Cooler 4 u'ed TOO x 17 tir. sn.1 Returns on Personal Property and Intangible : ferences let hard road In our counts
sIn tubes in good condition Martin'sF"uit I shall at All times In th>- fuiurr Lots Colors
Fla. itp I I
-:hon. North Temple .tt.-. a!' I have in the past ...-!'rnrttu- 3c
Und 30!. Pi.'r.01i lip also taken. I Assn. BrotherhoodTo I advice\ and counsel of my friends .t.
.'OU I.F.-Two acre on Personal Property are being | .
T. Uv. I the county and shall do all w tn.nmy / 0
I mile N rth of Starke. Limit i
< on Utvttey Road at Junk tClP RKVT-Pon-rt' T RAX: c "ne- of Meet March 25 power to carry out thlrfor nihe, .. ,-. iI
UP Thompson ard Jackson Sts TWO the best Interest of all the ;> I
Ya.rU i i .
r""ms. kitchenette and bMh .Hot I pie of our county.
nE-T--'IIt.ins. I rr-nm and *nd \'oldII'at..r.. gas j T. o ..-- i The Associational Brotherhood of The election this time ,- r"uir -
JI"t .... ler. Itchg 'New wide and I -reby urg and r-'|ustall
*>ith fnmi.ii> .| (M- tinfiirne4.l'in..h" All The Above Due On Before River Baptist Association I .
or f We
; .-.. ('nrt. K''vstone 1iIa1.way. are of my friends 11 all r rt- > Exchange
43Li" 1'OR SME-;1\ -",-.. frm all cultivated -' will meet at Pine Grove Church on the county to actively help and
17-Rl-l. 4tp .
Telephone on navert road. f''nced "*"'I I :the Green Springs road Friday support me and d..flnit-).> :.,,-un We Refund
1st of Each Year .
f R three h.4-onmq. April one and all that my fer\ -- on Ihf-
. ponsA !
.. .. ..
March 25 .
Q" r'H. h.-"" rillg. .. night at 8 o'clock. and
board ulll be for tnti" nt
.. f->''r, m'rtem rnn\ ntences' Par- your We Satisfy
J R White. Rt 2, Box 73. ta"1 "if come terme.V.. J. Poehn".. i This will be th'e outstanding meet your approval.E. .
!tp Z,16F Lawton .../ rd
nAif'n"d. ttp U ( ) Cr I meeting of the year, with Dr. I

,, ....,.._ fr 'Marshburn of Nashville
( 1"-I..h..t .n..tre iw"'n-M'" nR WAN 't' Tenn. as FOR COIATY COMMl1OtR

couple. ..or with. .. one.. child... Also dl''rl'1" 'kln" ".;M"" '" i the main speaker. It is hoped DISTRICT FOUR
.1. r -.1 i> r. two odnom I _ot".r.I..t P4Iu.q es'.h1l"h.- I I
.\", r"1'4 k.'rMa. fJoB* * :01 W. Madison. Starke. tfchg "*rt time KnTti'ne.! unlimited will be represented and neigh- Four (Theresa. Hampton. Oraham
V" i *.r *** "'*her itiv*.twer* tiwpc I If elected. I promise best
I I boring churches are also welcome. my very Starke.f1a. .
.-?.1-R-n..> (fab'" FT a--'W\th ",rvVr*,. \f' f R. Ruhle. TAX ASSESSOR BRADFORD COUNTY' I efforts and faithful service to my
or without furniture Finished nM M'h* J. R Watkm ('.-> ; Refreshments will be served by the district and the county as a whole
in..We. eVe--trie! nl'imbin" .n ., ,
**. Ru onable. Harry's .. .. appreciated in the May r.'"' A' -- ,-<13 .. -::.;!; t :Ao, .j; t. ]1---;: : -" '
Snack-Par Highway 16 near Camp ,v -'f\-,:>. 'rmtz.1 ,-' 1. 't.'t..:;, ; .""; '"'' :: ''\ :::' :+ "' .;: ; ,r: BUnding. ltchg El R:im-ho Motel Itchg .

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