Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 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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L \Berry Prices Registration l; Guard Sets Attendance Record I Ii,i Call Street Work

,' Off Slightly Deadline i: To Get Started

I I As i ii i Volume Up IsApril6th I Ir r -'t. Next Week

f Prices eased off somewhat on
New voters have one week left: With the removal
4a of the
:the berry market this week, but awnings
in which to qualify themselves to i. >In front of the
,the volume rose to a new peak for stores on the
!vote in the May primaries, Supervisor north side of Call
a the season. A total of 1,359 crates street this
f of Registration Marian Crosby week,
,were sold. bringing growers revenue I ti }t''Sr everything is set for the
.. of $11,258.40. A high of $12 warned yesterday. I contractors to move in next week

:: is was reached twice las{ week, while I Mrs. Crosby reminds the public 1I | and begin the job of widening
that the deadline for
registeringis The
:the low of $7.40 came on Wednesday project consists of
1 ; of this week. 5 p.m. Saturda). April 3. She t. Call Street from in front widening
+ So far, in the month of March, '.stated that her office in the court- courthouse to the of the

4, 141 crates have been sold, witha house would remain open until 8' Walnut: Street, and intersectIOn then of
on 2 for the con- < widening
total revenue of $40,311.56. 'pjn April Walnut south to

rt i High was $1440 and low $7.40. I'vemence of persons who cannot : l limits. The "new"the old city

:Last year during a comparabletime get in to register during work ; Guardsmen of the local Headquarters Company set a drill attendance will be H feet from Call Street

7,238 crates were offered, hours. record of 99 per cent for the entire month of February I curb, which is curb to
I at Kingsley Lake was tion of one window > and late that afternoon I approximately four
Monday afternoon which brought growers money totaling In order to register, a person highest of any unit in the 124th Infantry Regiment for that I feet wider than it is

quiet and peaceful, as usual. it Ls assumed that a spark from some electrical $45,148.33 High was $11, must be of voting age ((21)), a period, and possibly the best since the reactivation of the Florida I A new topping will now

the Hal Edwards property appliance, possibly the refrigerator switch, and low $4. I[resident of Florida for one year National to the streets be applied
When neighbors on : | Guard after World War II. In above photo the Batta- I similar to
ignited the accumulated gas with the follow- Here are the day by day totals at I j the one
heard violent explosion about 6:30 pm.they :the market and a resident of Bradford County j lion Commander, Ci>l. T. K, McClane (right) is seen rongrat.dat I used on Temple Avenue, concrete

attributed It to blasting at the .new ing results: i 1 Thursday: 63 crates I for six months. ing Company Commander, Lt. Randal F. Chitty on the outstanding : curbs and gutters and new sidewalks -
; high $10 I
The front wooden door and screen door I will be laid.
Humphreys ilmenite mine under construction low $7.90; total $592.50. record of his* unit. Col. McClane visited the company at its
blown complete out, of the splintered I While
were parts
several mile away. Friday 292 crates; high $12 IRed Cross Total regular drill Monday night and extended his congratulation:; i to i!. some merchants shudder
wood found the 15 or 20 when
lying on ground they
One of them happened to look out the window low $8.20; total 269130. members of the unit at the opening formation "This Ls outstanding l think of the dislocations -
feet away: gaping holes were blown in the : Saturday: 375 crates; high $12, and the best i the improvement win cause
billow- attendance
however, and saw some smoke record I know of since reactivation :
ceiling of the living room, bedroom, and low $8; total 3000. one of them exclaimed
from the Edwards log cottage, whose new Stands At $1100 :: of the Guard after World War H," he said. "You arecivilians :1 "It
ing bath; the sturdy' lug and cement walLs of the Monday: 266 crates; high $10.70, will be worth all the fuss
Edwin A. Kehr, was away at work low in peace, soldiers in war. For three centuries the National and bother
occupant, how were bulged out, parting company with $7.90; total 12.137.14. when it is done!
at the Humphreys mine. With the aid of a : Tuesday: 293 crates; high $10, I I Guard has been the custodian of security and honcr. I The contractor, J D Manlev
several inches
beams and floor joists by ; a
Calling for all workers :
handy fire extinguisher the blaze was quickly low$7.50, total $233840> to re- urge you to continue this commendable effort in training andreadiness. has a time limit of 160ta '
brick chimnej was cracked in several places; ,double their efforts, and all Bradford which >s m
smothered, but the worst damage to the 4how.e Wednesday: 70 crates, high to complete the job
the entire roof was raised inches, and roofing $9.10. low $7,40.; total $520.90. County citizens to give gen !
had liter-
was already done. The cottage torn loose on top of the house; glass windows erously, Mrs. Junius M. Smith, : ;
ally "blown Its top." < chairman of the Red Cross Drive, : ;City Requests
were blown out, and tire spoiled the. finish on Mrs. Morse Cited By Red Cross
the Standing Timber announces that a total of $1100 has I '
Edwards '
and day
It seems that Keh the wooden furniture, burned mattresses and : I been Bids On
floors collected to date. The goal isl i \ SewerExtensions
> art
been sanding
before the explosion, had floor in and consumed window
spots, plastic
Fire $2545, and the drive is slated to I
In the cottage. Tbey'disconnected a small gas shades. Total damage, it was estimated, wouldrun Damaged, end March 31. !t ;

heater, so they could work the floor surface close to $1,500, was covered by insurance. Here i iI 4i
Is Up For Bid are some of the leading 1
underneath and assume that when they reassembled In photo at left, owner Edwards stands in contributors: Florida! Bank at 1i j City Council of Starke this

it they left a bad connection through opening where front door wa blown out. J. : The public will be given an op- I Starke, $125; M. W. Cressler $75, ; t [I week advertised for bids from contractors -

winch gas could leak. O. Gay, insurance agent, holds part of splintered 'portunity to purchase certain timber IDu Pont, $50: Slade Gas Company for improvements and

Kehr, who lives atone In the house, shut door. At right they are seen inspecting on Government land at the, .. ; Bradford County Board of extensions to the city's sewer
:Camp Blanding Military Reservation lcommi:8ioners. $50; and the fol- 'i system. The work involves sewer
It up tight Monday morning (with the excep gaping hole in bathroom ceiling just east of Starke. ,lowing $25 each: Jones Funeral j construction and a liftstation

| Col H. W. Schull. Jr.. Jacksonville :'Home, E. L. Matthews, Fred S on West Madison Street and Alton

H District Engineer, announced. j Stump, Starke Dry Cleaners, Winn Road, and on the new.hpusjig; development -
today that invitations for bids have I I& Lovett Grocery Company, Harold I I ,
I Last On Bradford Truck Fanners Saratoga Heights, located -
Spring I been issued to all known interest ;C. Wall Insurance Agency. A. & P t. I on the Ed Prevatt property

parties for sale of an estimat- !,Grocery Co., Andrews Motor Co. the west side of Starke

It'd 100,000 board feet of pine saw ,Starke City Council, Hercules Pow-, Ion
Brooker Farmers Market Demetree Builders. Inc.
Dame Nature the "go figures available, here are the best reports Jacksonville -
gave and about 400 cords of der Co, Gold
ahead" signal to farmers and estimates obtainable as to the I! that the 40!> to 450 acres of Irish pulpwood which pine I Humphries Corp j plan the erection of 25
I was recently damaged
in the county recently, plantings in acres, made in the potatoes in the Brooker section '-- I houses on this site as soon as
growers DJ tires on the reserva'
with wanner weather, and now entire county: I I i suffered more damage from the II Cigarette Tax I| FHA approval is obtained.

Spring planting is just about come Sweet corn. 2.050: pepper over II:I I recent cold weather than was at tion.The area is now open for inspection Uprightly i'I Ira. Ruth'- lon.t", who left Starke this week after almost 20

i pleted. In many cases, farmers 801)! ; cukesr 3"0 to 350; pickle I i I first supposed. He estimates that II and' investigation by prospective -1- : years of residence, was presented by Jerry O. Gay, chairman of Legion Post Votes

i LJ?3<* la replant, bectiwe of, a recent coxes, about 100; ,nap" beans, 400.: ]!|: the yield may be off by onethirdi bidders. Further reformationand Over January '53 i I II the Bradford County Red Cross Chapter with a pin and citation To Sponsor

freeze which killed tender pie beans, 75 to iOO; squash, 100; i iFordhook !I i i as a result bids regarding the sale may be in recognition of her meritorious service in Red Cross work, Again

crops. However, the big Job is \ 50: baby limas, 50 I,: He reports too, that some of I obtained from the office of the I.I Starke received $2,567.73 from! the 12 Junior BaseballOver

just about done, and now farmersare field peas, 450 to 500; tomatoes I the tobacco set out before the .Corps of Engineers. 575 Riverside I the state cigarette tax for the i I over past jears.
waiting anxiously to see what 'I freeze looks "pretty sick", but Avenue, Jacksonville.Bids (I month of January, a slight increase I Mrs. Morse started in 1942 m the production department of 50 members of the Jones-

kind of a "stand" they 'get, and I I 10.In addition, 'there were small; that fortunately most growers; had will also be received for- over the 2475.39 receivedfor the local chapter, and subsequent! served as home selvIceworker Langford-White Post 56 American

hoping that there will be no more I plantings made of okra, eggplant, held back, and that .all tobacco leasing certain Government-owned the same period in 1953. : executive secretary, Junior Red Cross chairman, ;and Legion enjoyed a meal of chili
disastrous cold weather. and various other crops. I I will not be set out for the next lands in Marion and Putnam Counties Total paid to the city during I fund campaign worker. ; con carne and coffee served by

Although there are no exact I Manager Ralph Nettles of the week or two. for agricultural and grazing the calendar year 1952 from the In presenting the citation. Chairman Gay said: "Mrs. Morse; Cliff Currie at a regular meetingon

purposes. I I cigarette tax was $32,17725 has given her time, talents, and energy willingly. For several Tuesday of this week in the

This property consists of about September set the mark for! she the home service in the countO'andwas Ii I Legion Hall.
I Brooker Garden Club Takes Lead In Beautification 2,415: acres located on the Cross- ;I top i years was only worker ,
;Florida Barge Canal risht-of-way. i anyone month, when receipts on call at all times." I Arch J. Thomas. Jr. was un-

r ,The tracts of land offered for lease reached a high of $3,251.62. In addition to her Red Cross work, Mrs Morse has been ('ery i i animously endorsed for Department -

It seems that the addition of a ; 'vary from 30 to 600 acres each. Amounts received by other active in church and civic affairs. She received the Rotary Club's |I Judge Advocate and Bill

new and widened Main Street and k Leases will be for a period of five towns in this vicinity for January i "Most Valuable Citizen" award in 1950. Her other activities included i I Coram was named 4th District
sidewalk was just years i wereBrooker: $150.23: Hampton !j Commander. The post voted to
accompanying work in all phases of the First Baptist Church program, I .
the beginning of the beautification Sealed bidsill be received by S70. O; Keystone Heights $54587: sponsor once again a Junior
with especial interest in Community Missions. She was a pa..ti
program currently changing the s he engineers on these lands until Lake Butler $670 ; Lawtey I Leg'on baseball team Plans were

face of Brooker. t to) *.m,. April 19. $433.70.; Waldo $29240 i president of the Starke Woman's Club. "i made for a deep sea fishing trip

moved Mrs. :Morse and her husband, W. R. Morse, recently sold their" ii out of Cedar Keys some time m
When road contractors
Crescent Motor Court, south of Starke on U. S. SOI, and will 'I the middle of April. ,
+ out members of the Brooker Juveniles Get Negroes: Injured
and to divide their time between their farm homes at Barbervllle, Fla. i The next meeting was set for
Garden Club took over up
date some 250 pieces of shrubberyhave Coin CollectionThe In Auto UpsetEleven and fur)' Gap, 1'a.BhS. April 13.

been set out in the area be-
oFn .F home of :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph negroes escaned with
tween the road and the sidewalk i Yarbrav Brownlee Road.. was minor injuries last Sunday afternoon -

along the length of Main Street .zee s I broken into last Saturday night anda when the car they were rid- Band Wins Superior Rating
and along other State Roads within .
; collection of old coins were taken. ing in had a blowout skidded for
town limits. The planting ; .
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The collection
belonging to their over 200 feet and overturned on
1 program has also included the on Larry, had a face value of the highway four miles east of

Brooker community center and the I 'bout $150, but an estimated mark- I. Brooker. Three of the occupants : I ft
fire station. I..t value
of about $500. Larry had
were taken to a hospital in Gainesville
Two hundred azaleas camellias, I seen saving old coins for over! but released shortly. ,*
donated to .'our
and evergreens were years.
I ;i The driver. George Postell, Ala-
the town by Fred A. Mahan j Later in the week a part of the

owner of the Monticello NurseryCo. II'iot was recovered when Sheriff chug was charged with reckless
driving and posted a bond of $25
at Monticello. Mr. Mahan is SETTING SHRUBBERY along the new sidewalk at Brooker are .Reddish apprehended a juvenile

well-known as the contributor of two employees of the !State Road Department (left) under the watchful who confessed to the robbery. A

all shrubbery along the highway eyes of members of the Brooker garden Club. Ladies are ((1 to r) few weeks ago this same youth Yarbrays Leave 6
i had been $
between Monticello and named Tallahassee. in- Mrs. C. S. Roberson; Mrs. Hewlett \nderson, Garden Club president; ,,from the home charged of Dr.with H. H.stealing Adams. :Cafe Management J 4E

which has been Mrs. O. B. Colson, and Mrs. L. \. Mott. Mouthful onlooker is Joe .\nderson. and released pending a hearing. Gay Riml"rt

his honor "Mahau Dnve"Albertus The youth fled to Palatka. but Mr and Mrs. Ralph L. Yarbrav Director .
Miller of Brooker donated closed the restaurant they have
,wa brought back by Sheriff Red-
50 palm trees for planting sponsibility for the location of and interest on the part of all I Idish. operated at Van's Cafe at the e

along the highway entrance to shrubbery and supervision of the our citizens who are justifiable Upon questioning the youth implicated bus terminal on Temple Avenueon

the town and also gave a substantial actual planting. The State Road proud of the rapid ogress and I two other boys in a ser- Wednesday of this week. The The Bradford

quantity of tung meal fort cooperated in furnishing many accomplishments that have f ties of crimes, including the theft Yarbrays plan to stay on in High School

use as fertilizer around the shrubbery Department been made since Brooker was incorporated 'ot a purse at the USO Building, Starke for the duration of the Band ti ? ,

labor for the planting along only four short years and stealing a purse at a football school term and then move to in

The recently organized Brooker the highways: ago." He expressed appreciationto I game last fall Atlanta, Ga. 1IarchingFormation T

Garden Club adopted as its major Mayor Hewlett S Anderson said Mr. Mahan and all other con t .. -

project this year the beautification this week: "The project has developed tnbutors for then considerationand Starke'So Darned Friendly'

of the town and assumed re- considerable enthusiam generositv: -P.tdwd! 1 $."_.t. I'I.-! tn ht1 "tKr iph--

Tax CollectionsAt This Family Of Five Decided To Stayfirst The Bradford High School Band shIp: a very nice job of <:ol.duct- performance; tnple-tonguing clear

I- MERCHANTS STAY ON GUARD! really went to town at the 5th ing" i and clean. Trumpet Tno: Superior

: 84 Per Cent District Florida Bandmasters Association Stephan Jones (Miami): "B auh. rating; good performance; well

The friendliness and pleasant town they visited They Music Festival in Jacksonville .. fully played; excellent balance and ;balanced in tone quality: Alto
machine noted As Deadline Nears :
Some time during last Sai.urof the adding was atmosphere of Starke has addeo hked it. but decided to look March 20, emerging with,expression; well interpreted by all; ,saxophone by Elissa Stefanelli;

day night thieves broke into the There have been several instances five more persons to the ever- around a little more. ,superior ratings in both concert a musical job well done aid eon i, Excellent rating; pleasing qualityof
Central Drive-In on Temple Ave. of thefts of similar nature Bradford County Tax CollectorJ and reading. De-
"rmyir.g population. "Wherever we went we couldn'tget playing sight .gratulationa to you and }o your ;, tone."
owned by Abe t>s..ent. and stole throughout Flonda: believed to R. Kelly reports; that county :spite rain and lack of time in director; a fine director; gto-i soloplayers
The newest "recruits" are Mr. Starke out of our minds. Mr. H. Carlton Mason (quoted on
sack of estimated to con- be the work of "snowbirds" pay- and taxes collected of the for the marching event .
a money state as and Mrs F. W Graulon amthree Graudon said. A Rotarian in preparing especially the horn sec- |i John Simmons, who Atudent-con-
tain $80, and mckle-plated .32 ing for their winter vacations by the band came out with an excellent lion few weak this
a ; very points
middle of this week totaled children-Bonn-e Lou 4 Pennsylvania, he made it a point ducted the band) : "Excellent
pilfering. A Jacksonville store reported rating for the drill. Onlyone fine j!
was band real
pistol on a 3S frame. Entry plays like a experienced -
14564586. By prepayment of Mary Ann 3. and Freddie Lee. 2. to attend a meeting of the Starke : rating; keep up the good work I
made b window the loss of several mink other Cla?s B band came out under a I!
forcing a rear
> who moved to Starke recently Club on his first visit here. "The group very you will make a f'ne conductor;
Sheriff P D Reddish obtained capes to shop-snatchers. taxes before the deadline, taxpayers ;with a Superior rating and that ;Capable director; as a whole, a II
darned strong point is musicianship
Palmyra. PaMr. fellows were so friendly it '
fingerprints, and is working on' Watchword for Florida store-: earned a discount amount- was Ketterlinus of St. Augustine very musical rendition of all'I'weak point is lack of experience"
at this time ofear. Graudon, who was formerly made a lasting impression on me. J However, Bradford H. S. Band pieces." l
the case I peepers ing to $5,537.05. Bill Allen (Miami) : Speakingof I
he said. "And know it's that I
I general manager and chief you won its superior rating on its first
"On i
should be Guard
The Bradford Telegraph : H. Carlton Mason (Quincy, '
County Joann Smith baton twirler
The total amount paid so far that counts"So
engineer of a Pennsylvania robber first impression appearance as a Class B Band,
reported loss of a new Victor I j President of FBA): "Well done I "Doing an outstanding job and i
is S4& per cent of the amount owed. plant, has opened an electric -after looking around a little under the direction of Gay A. :
adding machine shortly after two 1 1 on sight reading; nice tone and: deserves !
her rating
Justly Superior
'well-dressed strangers had visited No Comment. ': Kelly said, and it is somewhat and machine shop at 106 Wash- more the Graudons decided Rimert. (quality and balance; a very fine ,, .- I

.the office for the supposed pur- I i t! lower than the total collected at a ington St He and his family are that Starke was for them-but Quotes from the judges follow: ;performance. One of the most i!: i

'pose of purchasing scratch pads. ; The net of the law sometimes :,i corresponding time last year. He currently occupying the Sgt. Tal- definitely. "We had wonderful offers : Oliver Hobbs
While being waited on. the men (, yields rare finds. !!1 anticipates a rush of latecomerswho bot house at Kingsley Lake. from other towns," }fr. Grau- I"Nice quality; well played; nice ,day; congratulations; good taste "Those who heard the band m its i

.were left by themselves momentarily One of the items which Sher- will pay their taxes before Here's how the family happenedto don said. "Some even offered me 'loverall quality of tone; this band and musicianship of individual :I Spring Concert would not have ;'

in the front office, and it is'' iff P. D. Reddish found this : April 1. Kelly warns that after pick Starke as their new home: rent free quarters for my electric I is making real progress: con- !players.: couldn't find any weak recognized it as the same band
when for the
week in the wallet of a juvenile I ductor is real good they performed :
shop if we would settle there doing a piece I points.
believed that gave one of them April 1 there will be a penalty First they drew a line across, I ,judges and an audience of about ;
with stolen {jot work"j
delinquent caught collected all but we just couldn't get SUrk e Owen Sellers (F. S. U. "Brass
time enough to exit with the; on deliquent taxes the map of Florida at Daytona, : ) There was no comparison -
good was the driver's licenseof minds." Otto Kraushaar Lake Wales j350.spectators. .
out of our ( ):
gmall machine valued at more : Mis Florence Jennings The procedure, as prescribed by Beach. Anything south of. that j I sextet; superior rating; good in- ; for it sounded more like :

than $100 The other man re- :, Bradford County juvenile coun law, is that dehquent taxes will was "out", as far as they were So here they are-the Grau. ,"Band really played in a very nicestyle ,tcnaton and ensemble; Clarinet ; a professional band We all are

rnained behind paid for the selor. It was pilfered from the be advertised tax certificates issued concerned. Then they started onto I dons, all five-and still convinced I I, and taste; good tone quality; 'itrio; Superior rating; good rhythmic justly proud of our band and are

scratch pads and it was not untilan school recently. against them and the certificates tour North Central and West they made the. right decision. band plays very musically; this ensemble. Trumpet EO.O by sure it will continue to keep on

hour 01 so later that absence sold at public auction Florida. Starke was about th, thank you, band shows results of fine leader- Jim Davis. Superior rating; nice with its fine record just attained

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fTfTTTTTfTTTVVTTTVTfVYTTKeystone .y.yyy.yy..y..y..y :j(i Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Callaway of Mrs. Jessie May Brannen of second grade teacher was laid

BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS S|I Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bartow spent the weekend with 1 up with laringitis last week Mrs

D'r / HAMPTON !: Teagle of the State Farm, her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ,
Itr EDITOR Heights W. W. Hammond substituted (Other
COUNTY P I I: and :Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Birt.I Brannen.
on Thursday and< Freda
: and Halland Paine of Hampton. Preston Nettles of Lake Butler
PUBLISHER by Mrs. Sara McDonald by Mrs. \Vm. \V. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.4AAAAA4A ,
TELEGRAPH : i I i Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of | spent Sunday afternoon with his

I II AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA'The Arcadia spent the weekend with !!cousin Raleigh Brannen and fami- ,,:

OLDEST FLORIDA I dinner given last Fridayfor \ 'HU MeetingMrs. I I [IDJm
I sister Louise. On Sunday Mr?. H. B. Layfield spent the
Office at Starke Florida, under' the new members of the Community i R. C. Gray and Mrs. Don '
the Post!
class matter at
every Friday and entered as i[ they all were dinner guests of first of the week in Brooker.
Church had a record at- : Hill were co-hostesses to the WM ,
the Aet of March 3, 1879. I I|Mr. and Mrs. Emory M. Prevatt Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth visited ,
tendance. In spite of bad weather, U at the Hill home last Friday .
I' about 150 ; and family near Starke. her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Thomas;, For
ASSOCIATIONj members and guests evening.Mrs. I I -
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL 1 turned out | H. W. Priester of Palatka and I.Wadsworth who is a patient in !
::0: and the hall of the Eddie Allen presented an i' Crops & Livestock:
Woman's Club >Jim Priester of Macclenny called the St. Augustine Hospital on'
This Year"Don't was crowded to interesting program taken from i on Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins :Tuesday. ; 0Gainesville I
More Reason Than Ever To Register capacity. Dr. Holl made a wel- the Royal Service.
I Their i Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of
Saturday. guests Sunday
coming address, and F. M. Wale ('I' Production
During the social hour Mrs. Jacksonville in tvwn recent- :
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. P. were ;
minute is the plea voiced this week by Marian Crosby, rath, Jr. spoke briefly sub situ- I were Credit Association
wait till the last Hill and :Mrs. Gray served refreshments -I JL. Morris and of Macclenny.Ily.! His father Walter Griffin ref :|
supervisor of registration, with only one week left in which to qualify electors for the ting. for his father, F. M. WalrathSr. their color scheme inkef'ping Bonnie Nazworth son returned to f j turned home with then for a few | 620 N Main St.
He told
some of the events with St.: Patrick's ''days I II Gainesville, Florida
primaries on May 4. and in Day.school: last Thursday, after spending visit.
New registrations have been slow up to date, and Mrs. Crosby suspects that latecomersare and progress early organization Mrs. Ellen Saxon shows a little! the past ten days at Doctor's I Mrs. Raulerson ou first anl t
history of
waiting to "gang-up" on her at the last minute, thereby causing a lot of inconvenienceto I Rev. B Weld told the church. I. sign of improvement. Clinic in Starke.

themselves by having to wait in line, whereas they could register without delay if they I and cultural life of of the the social early i j The two youngest Jackson boys, j Mr. and Mrs. Bill West and I i ii

step up now. Of course, the obliging supervisor,will be glad to register you at any time days in Keystone and how it was I Leslie and Gerald, who have been i i baby son, Mark, visited friends ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing

for the important thing is that you be qualified to vote in the May primaries.Consolation. I tied in with the church. Dr. Holl's 'I suffering from severe cases of in town Sunday afternoon. I Established IS'"
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whooping cough are still not ableto I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams
The larger the voting strength of a county. the more I son, a minister of Johnstown, Pa.,
I be about. were dinner guests Friday eve- ....._.. ._ ,. .
:spoke briefly at the i / "
influence it will have, naturally in political circles. So far in t close of the I Lou Brown is able to be out ning of Miss Biff and Miss -: -,--'-'-- -------, -_,_-fr'. _," -._..,- --"-_ -,-_- -_._-___.--_'i-->_ __ -__ -_--_" -'.c>
4.749 registered Democrats. 90 Re- i program. I
Nt i this county there are / after a recent illness. His young Thompson of Keystone Heights'

publicans, and 20 Independents Several of the Independentshave ( Mrs. Holl, who was taken to I, daughter, Annie, wants to thank I and attended a meeting at Park J J'ij

been switching over recently, ,Mrs. Crosby said, because 1| Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville |his many friends for their kindness ,of the Palms. I

they've learned that as Independents they are not qualifiedto i be last week is reported to I to her father at that time. I I Mrs. Jessie Chastain and Cook's .

I vote in the primaries either on the Democratic or Re- pital.improving but still in the hos- The Fellowship Club of the .granddaughter Sue, were in Live I

publican ticket. They can vote as Independents in the Gen- ,, First Baptist Church held a pic- Oak and Lake City recently.

eral Election, of course, but in "one party" Florida< the primary Mis. Ella Bird who was irt (rue Saturday at Gold Head Branch. 1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of j 1

for all intents and purposes IS the election. i j: Gainesville in the hospital is :i Members of the Baptist Church! Starke were Sunday evening
I t home and much improved. j attended a meeting this Thursdayat I callers of his parents, Mr. and
There is an even greater reason why all residents of i Mrs. M. M. Sargent, who was Park of the Palms. !|Mrs. W. N. Jackson. STOREOperated

I Bradford County should register and be qualified to vote in operated on last week, is also t Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade I Mr. and :Mrs. Emory Brown

the primaries this year It isn't often that this county has still in the hospital but improv- I were recent guests of Mr. and ';Viand son, and Mrs. T. F. Brown

Hush, little working man an opportunity to put a native son in the Governor's chairof ing. Mr. Sargent is ill at his home Mrs. F. B. Hall and family of 'and Frank were visiting friends By Starling's Grocery Management

Don't you cry. Florida, but that opportunity presents itself this year. I with a mild attack of pneumonia. Gainesville. ;jn Archer Sunday afternoon. I I Jacksonville Highway Plenty Parking Space

You'll fH a tax rut, by and From all reports. Acting Governor Charley E. Johns is con- I Col. and Mrs. John MtDowall i i Mrs. B. C. Scarborough and
by (?) have returned from Baltimore Mrs. Whitaker : Starke. Fla. Friday and Saturday
friend of Fabin.
and it is
ceded to be "out in front" in the present campaign
First come a cut for the where they visited for week.A _
a I I Texas -
ate visiting Scar- ; '
guy with dough- only natural that this fellow Bradford Countians will wantto party of Gainesville and Key borough's sister. Mrs. Leland I ':' :::: -:' <': o C : : '. ._,:_=:._, __ :. __ -., -

What's good for CM is good register so that Bradford County may poll its full strengthon stone Heights people spent last and
Bedenbaugh husband. Together
for you, you know. May 4. It has been demonstrated time and again that ,Tuesday in Cedar Keys as guestsof with Miss Ruby Beden- While They Last Limit 2 DozEGGS

ONE VOTE can determine an election even a national one. Mrs. Mary Keifer. Those in the baugh they were Sunday guestsof By JoeI

Our Loss. Therefore, it is highly important that every qualified person party from Keystone included their brother. W. H. New- -

register and cast his vote on May 4. i i Mr. and Mrs. C. L Sipe.. Mr. and some and family of Leesbure.Mr. I

Bradford County ha lost! two Incidentally everything seems to be going well in the Mrs. John Karges, Mrs. H. Lloyd and Mrs.- George. Saxon I'I\' 39CTISSUE
rood citizens in one week. The Johns campaign according to the latest report from his Scott, Mrs. Margaret Hill, and'I I! celebrated both their birthdays or I'I'
Mrs. Sara McDonald. I
The :
did bromide about our lose be- Jacksonville headquarters. They point to the following favorable men Sunday by entertaining at dinnai
in the group caught a few fish Mrs. Inez Alfred of Jacksonville. i
else's is
ng someone gain poor factors I .
: j but the women stayed indoors fort .1
'onsolatkm at a time like this! .1I
because these two- will be 1. Johns has come out first in the Abram's Political Poll. : most of the day. The wind was ai I he E. C. Langs. .1I I I

He almost doubled his opponent's score in a fast straw vote : little too brisk for fishing.Mr. Visitors of the L. Durdens ove,1'1 l i y

hard-virtually. impossible.toreplace. and a poll of State Legislators. I and Mrs Chester Baxter of the weekend were :Mr. and Mrs,1,1,I Northern For

Waterbury, Conn. visited over Paul Yon and son, Mr. and Mrs" I 2 1SC
The two who are moving 2. The Miami Daily Ness political columnist, Charles : .I, I
the weekend with Mr. Baxter's D. P. Dreadon and son, Mr. amj II
from us and who will be sogreatly Hesser, puts Johns out in front. In a story appearing Sun I. brother on Lake Brooklyn. They 1 j Mrs. R. R. Hossiter and daughterall I ,

missed are the Rev. day. Hesser said that he queried a "fair sample" of the State i I[left on Sunday to go to St. Pet | of Jacksonville, Tom Waldor II

Thomas G MitcheU. pastor of Legislators who attended the Gulf Stream Park's famous ersburg. I iof St. Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. I i Plantation f Lbs

the First Methodist Churchfor Florida Derby last Saturday at Hallendale. "Most of the i i Mrs. W. B. Cahoon spent a few Alvin Roberts and son of Chief I'D replace it,but exactly how 6R1TS 33Ci
four andlira
the past years Legislators give Johns the edge in the area at this stage of days last week in Hollywood, Fla | land, and :Mr. and Mrs. A. C.1 did you do dr i
Ruth Morse, winner of the
Rotary Club's Good Citizen- the race and they expect him to hold his advantage" Hesser.i Strat Jones, a student in Phillips 'i Carlton, and Mr. and Mrs. Alto i -

ship award ip 1950. said. I Academy Andover, Mass :Carlton, all of Gainesville. When tires l Plantation i? Lbs
!I spent a few days last week visiting ,I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrougl you buy our you 33C
Both were tireless workers "Who is the contestant most of the Legislators from the MEAL
;: Mr. and Mrs. H. Lloyd had as guests over the weekendMr. can be assured of a fair ad-
in broad fields. Although the rural favor?" Hesser asked. The reply was over- I
areas .
Scott. Guests of the Scotts also and Mrs. Mitchell Baxley anc s justment. ,
church way their dominating whelmingly Johns. Hesser wanted to know why. One of were Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ryee of.daughter Rita of Orlando, Barnei r

interest they found time for the Legislators said "When the people in my county want Yonkers, N. Y. i J. Johns and children and Mr. i .w-- JIIB1etch

activities in other areasMr.Mitchel. something they come to me and I go to the Governor. I can Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilcox ofI and Mrs. James Barker, Mrs Warren'sSuper f
in work withthe.
Children's notably Committee, and talk to Johns because he is one of us." i I Independence Mo. visited Mrs. Bertha Connell, all of Jackson 'I "33"Qt 1
''Stanley Durand and Mrs Ranum|ville. Mr. and Mrs. William Yar / C
Sin. Morse with the AmericanRed 3. Some people think as goes Vernon so goes Shell 7
last trough and family of Gainesville
Crohs. Florida! This small West Florida town held a straw vote for (! !
Work has been started the The grandchildren enjoyed ai
Good workers In small towns Governor in connection with their city election last week.It | on dearly I I
hunt while t
Coglin home across the street egg a
are sorely needed and not easily gave Johns 58. Odham 33, and Collins 23. A similar poll from the Woman's Club. 'their grandparents. Tires 'I

replaced.. That's why It Is was taken when McCarty ran that gave him the lead and also :; Don't forget the chicken dinner i Ronald Brunner of Chattahoo BatteriesWashing :
hard to be entirely um. shIn :i Lubrication
clearly foretold the places the runners-up would hold in the the Woman's Club will- serve on chee was visiting his parents, Mi \ I
bidding them farewell. Someone final vote. i Thursday, April 8. The committee I and Mrs. A. R. Brunner over th e Phone 385 Madison & :Monroe :,
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else's gain? Well maybe
so. But still we wish we had These are the straws in the wind that indicate that promises a generous servingof I weekend. I I II RAZOR BLADES! 11f2CTO
chicken. Come out and help' _I
'em back! Bradford County has a never-better chance of placing a man '
in the Governor's chair. Certainly every eligible Bradfordite the club pay for that new roof ,I !,

Ball! should .take enough interest in the outcome to register and they have to put on. Better start 1 1I ceAlbert
Play now getting your costumes ready ACCOPri
be qualified to vote on May 4It's ,I to model at the Fashion Showon I 1 OC

Jumping the gun on their May 1. There is an entrance i :zn.DoQ I

big league brothers. the greatmpr1C'an :!| fee of 25c and there will be
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our own BUS Tornadoes Tuesday i Box.
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heard the umpire rail But Can We Afford It? ,., '.- !
"play ball" for the first time
this season.
Senator Jackson of Washington State voiced the senti- STATE FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I'
:Many a boy on the squad I SEA TROUT RED BASS i

dreams of mailing the grade to ments of a great majority of Americans, we believe, when i SHEEPSHEADRED

the big leagues. And it's true he said on the Jacksonville Forum Monday night that investigative !, '
that a big league star Club Meeting FISH CHOWDER
committee didoes distracting the nation and di-
of tomorrow i Is learning to play are Community Club met Tuesda> ': Crisco LeC.n 79c

the game today on high school verting the time and attention of Congress from matters of aftt'rnoonith 19 members and a : :

diamonds scattered from coast infinitely more importance. To say that the country is visitor, Mrs. Lex Green of Starke. STARKE SEAFOOD MARKETPhone { i I
The club beautifully
to roast. room was II
euffering from such shenanigans is putting it mildly. I' I
The old baseball rules about scented with rose buds sweet- II I

the size of players ha .......0to..t'Id What is the picture? Paramount issues are literally cry- peas, pansies, and poppies. A Walnut St. Starke, Fla. I I '- TL.

out thy window. There ing for attention. Crop surpluses piling up on the farms, single large pink glad in a big '" t

was a time when pitchers, for while farm prices are sagging. In spite of Republican denials bud vase was very striking and Lb.

example, had to be towering a persistant business readjustment recessionis breath-taking. Many of the ladies NOTICEIt FRYERS .. 43 ,

giants, but a little fellow by at hand. Unemployment figures mount and living costs had on clothes heralding news of ,

the name of Bobby Srhanz of do likewise. A debate rages as to who shall get the benefitof spring, while outside the warm I has repeatedly been brought to our attention by _

the Athletics showed the way tax cuts those who already "have", or those who are sunshine and birds filled the air'' individuals who are under the impression that UIFF Is I. (Chuck)
for all other little fellows in with their song. After a short S fj39c
the country. Another midget desperately trying to make ends meet. In foreign policy, business meeting, the program unsatisfactory in this area, that Channel 36 Isn't on TEAK

a great project the European Defense Community is in full power. These assertions are incorrect Channel
Scooter Rizzuto of the YankeesIs chairman Mrs. H. J. Kucera, in-
one of the small men of jeopardy. Indochina may fall at any time before the on- troduced Mrs. Green, who way 36, WJHP-TV is on full power and is being received I -. .

baseball in size, ,but a giant in slaught of Communist hordes, and on the outcome of this guest speaker for the afternoonHer !satisfactorily by dozens of our customers. Le '

accomplishments.The battle depends not only the fate of Indochina but the historic message of love, understanding OLEO l E 19C
it be received
Unfortunately cannot beneficiallywith
of France in .
only two requiremeaU position Europe. and hopefulness filled each
an installation of the lowest rost. Vie can, however -
that still hold in major league And what is heart with Thanksgiving and a
occupying most of the time and attention of .._ .
ball are speed and brain The Congress and the American people at this fateful hour in wonderful feeling of giving our all with a moderaie-y p :ceG antenna system using 1tf ::::' :::=- ,_-.. : _-: .:.
game today requires men who for the purpose of making others only finest materials and superior techniques guarantee
world history the obscene tactics of a child who
ran think baseball, a-s well a* prodigy ( happy and creating the best in worthwhile reception. We offer a free demonstrationwith Pure Black ,
apparently never ) in attempting to twist the
play it. grew up arm ourselves. The hostesses. Mrs. W no obligation. .
So here'it good luck to Coach of the U. S. Army in order to obtain weekend passes and an G. Cofield and Mrs. L Durden i

Jim Hurst and his 1934 nine. absence of K. P. duty for his rich-boy playmate served delicious refreshments of i! CHAS. C. SHEPHERD RADIO tv

May their line drives fall safely Washington correspondent William H. Stringer writes ice cream and cake with coffee. \ '

their pitchers Issue few that no other great and powerful nation of the 20th Century Chaplain Lloyd King of Orlando i Radio TV Upholstering Seat Covers Pepper 71/2CEINERS i

bees on balls, their errors be has such spent the weekend with the:
presented a spectacle devoting vital energies to A YEAR'S EXPERIENCE IN UHF
nil. and their batting averagesastronomical. L. L. !, '
Wainwrights. He was en-
the itself
muck-raking past, scaring with new probe head-

Incidentally, we're glad to lines daily. and attempting to label as "treason" the 20 yearsof route other home after a conferenceand I
engagements in Tampa
Democratic rule that. in fact. saved the Nation from | .I dxrtuhesti
note that all home baseball and other cities along the njutp \

so guiles the are working scheduled folk at ran night get, threatened The American ruin people like a show and the forthcomingone He Chaplain is the and Florida new friends Peace Off'cer and old i '-From where I sit.bY Joe Marsh E S Lb.. 29C

out to munch peanuts and yellat between the Administration and the Army on one side, who saw him here emoved the _
the ump to their heart'sivntent. visit and the wonderful philosophyof
and Bully Boy Joe McCarthy and his child-progidy aide. Roy .
Though high school -
life he teaches and lives iL You Might Call it
baseball does not bring out the Cohn, on the other, should certainly be better than a three Mr. and Mrs. W. E Feao'- a "

crowds attracted by football, ring circus. spent Sunday in Hampton with "Gravy Train"Was BOLOGNALb 29c"

U i Is fine sport and desenes The question is, can we afford such bizarre entertainmentin Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saxon

the backing of fans throughout the center ring when the tent itself is on fire and threatens Melodanie and Johnnie Bradlev! -----

thw county. to fall in on us at any moment? of Starke are visiting their grandparents reading the other day raja is really going to extremesto Lb

Mr. and Mrs. J. M Brad- about a Maharaja in India who impress his guests. Around HAMBURGER 39c

ley, while their mother. Mrs I has a miniature electric train all this part of the world,hospitality
.vr..vvvvyv.n.Tmu I i''a successful week. Refreshments son attended a family reunionfor Leslie Bradley, is confined to St.l j made of silver.Now, maybe that'sBot certainly doesn't need all those

wore enjoyed Thursday night Helen's grandfather Sunday at Vincent's Hospital where she re- [ unusual for a prince, but this fancy trimmings.You -. ,
BAYLESS HIWAYby \ after the course. Leesburg. cently underwent an operation i fellow had it running around on don't have to spend a lot.f ; -::-:"." ---_4 -_ : : -: ::: --- --- :- .;
Personal ItemsI Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Former anrt
Bishop residents Rev. table in the
entertainedwith an enormous dining money or go to a lot of work
Mrs 0 E. Crosby I Mrs. S. R. Clark 'and children of LaCrosse were Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. now of royal palace. when folks drop in. Just offer Any Brand '
She and I
Gala LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA her family open house recently Sunday.moved into|Ii visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Chattahoochee, w erE' visiting:, The twelve can on the train them what you hare-coffee, tea
friends here over the weekend. |
I} their new home. About sixty rel- Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ::, are loaded with different kindsof a temperate glass of beerandlet
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. had
Church News I II I j atives and friends enjoyed a lovely Conner Sunday. Shealy and I fruits, nuts, and beverages. them make their own choice 3
i as guests on Sunday Maj.
Rev H. C. Martin filled his served out- And the train stops automatically They'll feel they're getting a royal : MILK lI37C
day. Dinner was ,, Thought for the week-There Mrs. Frank Rathbun and children !-I
appointment at Bayless Hiway doors at noon.i in front of each plate so the welcome! T I
; are some people who go through of Ft. Benning, Ga.,
Sunday morning. He and Mrs.i i We missed Mr and Mrs. K A. life to Cleo Trice, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson person sitting there can choose
Martin were dinner guests of Mrs.', Holly at church Sunday, they! please everybody Taylor and daughters, all of I IGaine..il1e. what he wants. 80e 1tfAw/!
Others to
{ try please nobody. Ask .
S R Clark |;were visiting relatives in Thomas- the .ch I from where I sit the Maha t---: : : =_ :::-;.:-.:_ 1If'. : :: ,::=--': :---= -=: .::: = --: .:_ -, I Ir
The vine and Columbus, Ga. i yourself question.Vf one -
Study Course at Bayless t Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson of I

Hmay closed last Thursday after Jimmy and Helen Crosby and am I?" Brooker spent Sunday here with Copyright, 1954, L'nied SCales Bremen Foundation \ -o---.r---' -1-i ':c. -- -- ---.' -- --- __
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t, Barbecuing Chicken "might, like. TTfVTVTTVfVVTTTTVTTTVTV? j I tells us. Folks say they like to I I any form, and we heartily agree. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saunders. They I here. Mother's condition is very

HINTS TO Use fresh berries. Wash, drain [i read this column, but how can I Mrs. Dumpie Wilkinson and had come to call on the Lonnie serious, so we do not leave the
Provides Fun HOUSEWIVESSTRAWBERRY and cap.To 5 cups berries add 2 1-2 LONG BRANCHby send in the news if no one tells I i grandson, Danny are visiting in Padgetts but missed them, so '' minutes
cups sugar. Let stand four to six anything to write? Tallahassee.
And Good Eating I I me i I, came on here. Of course Sam and ,
hours to make a juice. Stir once or Mrs. J, 1.. Strickland Have just learned that the Roy | Faye England ana children attended Jim talked farming, cattle raising
f Those people not "in the know" SEASON I twice. Place in saucepan and cook and Jimmy j Lang Carters and daughter, Linda and; senices at Long Branch I reforestation, and politics! Mrs
; about barbecued chicken are real- Strawberry season is here, and j until juice becomes very thick Lloyd Wilkinson were visitors inj Sunday morning and spent the I Saunder and I mostly listened
out ;(about 220 degrees on a candy ther- ....A.......... ........ 'I' 1 l1OS
I ly missing on some pleasantand everyone should get full enjoymentfrom I mometer). Remove from heat. Cov- this section recently, as well as]I day with the Richard Langs also II but finally started on crochet
inexpensive fun, according to delicious strawberry shortcake :er tightly. Let stand overnight. I Folks have been holding out!! Clyde and Ida Padgett. In fact attending the WMU meeting at work-so we had something to
Julian S. Moore, poultry specialistwith strawberries and cream, and !i Next day re-heat to a simmer. Pour, on us with the news again. We:' they all came in Roy's car. Sorry'i Ebenezer Church. I talk about too. At present we
the Florida Agricultural Extension -I strawberries in the many other|into hot clean jars. Seal at once. learned Sunday afternoon that Jo'' I didn't know about this when II We were pleasantly surprised cannot go anywhere so if folks c; 666

Senice. ways in which they are served. i Do not seal with wax. Use a regu- Nell Wilkinson-Thompson and Mr. ]wrote the item. Sunday afternoon by a visit from see us they will have to come
I Strawberries are not only colorful lIar i.I Webb, of Middleburgischool i UQOU M U11UTt.$AMI NUT UU0
when principal i
This is the time of year j canning jar and lid. Daisy Lang attended the Bus
the kids and grown-ups too he 1,and tasty. but they also are good of ,!!I Here's hoping you'll use the(I have been married about;Drivers Assn. meeting in Green 1, r
They are fine source
says, want to spend more time vitamin YOI} C. a ''strawberry often in your family's three weeks. And our,news boy. >,';Cove last week, representing the ""''''''..--
out-of-doors after being coopedup I I meals. Fresh now frozen later!Jimmie Lang, works for Jack' Clay Hill PTA. She praised .
all winter. Then too, barbecued -, Use them a lot while in season I.when the season ends! Wilkinson, Jo Nell's father! Even Long for his stand against hiring
chicken offers a tasty change 'and try to put a few packages in I ( Daisy Lang, Jo Nell's aunt didn't''! drivers who drink intoxicants inFILL i
I is i i your home freezer, locker drawer,: OR.\. GE RECIPE WINNER
from fried chicken. Mr. Moore ::::::
I particularly'since I or the freezing compartment of I Orange French Toast. a recipe FHA girls are flaying Lake Butler's =
in hearty the present agreement abundant supplyof I'your refrigerator. The home frozen submitted by Mrs. Nora Leppoof FHA. The proceeds from: DIRTGOOD I =::::::-
strawberry is as good as the : .
the game-will help toward sending -
chickens is reflected in the ', Bay County, was one of the -
fresh when follow directions. I! I II =
you the girls to state convention. ===
of broilers. i 'i state winners in the recent "Eat =-
current low prices !I A sure test of your freezing skill RICH. ===
Student Council has set
i More Citrus" Recipe Contest. I April j -
factors add to a good will when ;;::: t
Those in June
up come serve
you i ,
I | Orange French toast is a delicious 9 .as Clean-up Day. On this date !I
time at the backyard barbecuepit the strawberries you froze in Feb- ], TOP SOILSee
I 'the grades will be assigned cer-
and attractive
citrus dish \ stottE:
for those who take advantageof ,ruary -have them taste as though. aa"so _
for breakfast. it. I twin portions of the school to j
the season and the low prices. I you had just picked them from the .
I For those who want to kick off garden.To i You'll need 1.4 cup of orange clean up.
the spring social season to a stirt, i avoid a mushy frozen straw- juice, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1-4 A special program is in store BILL JACKSONJackson U//II"-
the budget will welcome a chicken berry, use freshly picked firm berI -I i cup granulated sugar, 1 1-2 teaspoons for all members attending Teen: Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat, March 27
i 'barbecue by the man of the house.I I ries. JVash berries in cold water, j grated orange rind, 1 egg. Town tonight. The affair will Transfer Compare
Mr. Moore passes along these dipping in and out quickly. Neverlet 2 oranges, sliced or sectioned, but- start about 8 o'clock, so don'tmiss i' Phone 165

tips for barbecuing chicken: strawberries stand in water. ter or margarine, powdered sugar, it. I New Items!
If Use charcoal briquettes for Wash through three waters. Drain I,and 3 slices of bread. I. Susie V"rngUp4w1franQ: f n
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the fire. They give plenty of heat and cap. Berries may then be cut i Beat egg. Add fruit juices and lo*Prices!!
I halves left
in or whole. Measure.
smoke and don'tblacken beat Add and
with little or no again. sugar orange
the chicken. Keep an eye I To every four cups berries sprinkle I rind. Mix thoroughly.Cut 111111 !
with one Let stand LET'S KEEP
15 [
cup sugar.
on the fire so it doesn't blister slices of bread in half or UU1
|Ito 20 minutes to dissolve sugar. 6 BIG PAGESOF 1'-
the chicken. i I _
Package in freezer cartons or glass any desired shape. Dip in egg\
Use a bird about three and a mixture. in butter JOHNS
Fry or
i canning jars. Leave one inch head marga- CHARLEYOUR
half pounds live weight, or three I space. Label, date and freeze at rine until golden brown. I RED HOT SPECIALS! ASK AT STORE

pounds dressed. Mixing large and I zero Fahrenheit. Store at zero or Place orange slices or sections I FOR BIG COLOR PRICE LIST! SCORES
small birds makes for uneven ,lower until ready to thaw- for serv- on each slice of toast. Sprinklewith I GOVERNORFor MORE ITEMS ON SALE NOT LISTED IN
I cooking and a poor job of barbe-j I ing. Thaw three to four hours inl! powdered sugar. Serve im- THIS ADI! HURRY! {
7i. cuing. Besides, you'd get complaints ,a refrigerator or one hour at room mediately. Serves 3. \
if somebody gets a bigger:temperature. i
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piecE. Especially among the kids. Frozen strawberries, when thawed I, .:-- .. --- .. >Yr+ *+mm
To keep heat from escaping may be used in many ways. Try -1' I
through open spaces avoid uneven -j II'' them, "as they are" served with I New "No-Rinse"
cooking and save on fuel, j;whipped cream. They are fine''' Susie Bradford I+ '; Government '
put the chickens on the wire I spooned over vanilla ice cream as I.i .1 I Illfj.ftri .iii11dIjjj
skin side up as close together as1 I Ithey'll a sauce. Strawberry chiffon pies !, ---.i J ; t t :
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go without overlapping. :!,are something to talk about. Try R with a _ SO25 ,
Watch the chicken carefully and frozen strawberries over chilled Hats off to the band this week. !
turn the halves as soon as they !'tapioca cream or a smooth custard. Everyone is very proud of the suI'perior j Ip :
look like they might burn or I i Homemade ice cream comes into its rating they received. Also j Heart and
blister Be sure to turn all the':own along in June or July. In saw some of the band members' ;: I Chicken of the SeaTUNA

halves each time so they cook,.summer use frozen strawberries as picture, in the Jacksonville paper. II i <4
with all skin sides up or all skin I a part of this long-time favorite, j I Have you heard the news? Soul Nn
sides down. and your family will agree that Well, I'll be glad to tell you. The' a ;33I
I there should be lkue S+osr
For a family barbecue pit, Mr. I a strawberry plot annual will be shipped this week, j Sptiuls 6a1
|right in the yard when September r r
Moore continues, all you really ; so Mr. Payne. the sponsor, states. j FK.Ltu.rals
j planting time rolls around. If' Thas
need is a few stones or bricks and A lot of hard work has into j
[ you're wise, you'll hold them to II | Courageous Charley Johns is a Man of Action. He's tan
grill, or borrow an the annual this and the staff ,,.
an inexpensive! this idea for I year iI |
not only will you getting things done. Building roads. Helping people.
oven rack. be growing "good eating" but good I feels it will be tops. Bring your I Florida forward, let's give Charley Johns All Popular Brands tvap. Tropical Brand
The barbecue sauce to use is I nutrition, too.Strawberry. I last payment so you can get Pushing Del Monte
controversial, Mr. Moore says, I :;yours when they arrive. I I the chance to finish the good job he has started! YslvisorShces Cale!
preserves are a favorite MLTALI
nearly everyone having his own I with FHA will sponsor a girls bas- | George W. Dond.laV.Slole .
nearly everyone. So, Jerome Johns
favorite. In response to requests I after you have frozen all you can ketball game Friday night March ; ..Compoign Monoger Stole Campaign Treasurer
I 1 from people all over the state, he use, eaten all you can hold fresh, 1 26.. The game will be held in the Paid Political Advertisement < N o. 303
j passes along his personal recipe ,I here's a strawberry recipe you armory at 7:30. Concession stand I e CANS Z} CAN
Cook-- --- gizzards. livers and necks.I will be open for your benefit. The i (irmrtDPlease) EAN I
in a sufficient water to cover I -

them.To make barbecue sauce for ;
10 people combine one pint of BERT PARKS SAYS- h .
giblet broth and one pint of lemon

juice add one-half pound of butter II
or margarine and season to Del Monte I
Homogenized Shortening!
.taste with salt, fresh black pepper A Still time to win ,
and red pepper. Increase ingredients CATSUP
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according to number of
peo- .
tort Pttto start In"Break /
ple. After mixing sauce, heat to IKt Benk"-oneol IM pat ,. led' 1
boiling. For a small barbecue, 7V hors brought: to you & 4'Z C 14- OZ. 5
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I ReportsTell PresbyterianVomen

Activities. .1 rew' I I Garden Club States Classifications Met Tuesday I"

I II I Now In ProgressFlower I The Presbyterian Women of the

I, Arrangement, with Mrs. : And Rules For First Flower ShowThe Church met Tuesday evening :n

the Sunday School building for 1
H. B. and
Peyton as speaker Joan Starke Garden Club has Class 5. Bulbous (1.1 stalk): their March: general meeting. )II!':. .
demonstrator, was the II44
program scheduled its first annual Flower gladiolus: Easter lily: alla lily: David Montgomery, vice president
topic at the Starke Garden Club'sMarch
Gladys Mooty I Show to be held in the American gloriosa: crinum; watsor.ia; day presided in the absence ot the
meeting Monday eveningin
u 3.- Legion Halt May 1 and 2. Hours hlhes tl scape) a-plain eilors, b-1 I president, Mrs. Guy Andrews
Phone 35 the Parish house on Church d .
street. enly .. for the show are from 2 to 8 p. m. bicolor. c-collection of own seedlings Mrs. Herbert Green had chdijr.-

.,, --- --- ,rsrrssssss.rssssssssp on May 1 and from 2 to 5 p.m.. (6 scapes); amarvllis (1 of the program and used as he:
Mrs. R. F.
Young president
I May 2. There will be no admission, stalk). a-white, b-red. c-pink d- toPic "World Church ExpYrNew .,
Lee Jordan I Wilkinson-Whaley presided at the business \
Norma bicolors.
'ha ree. Frontiers". M-s Montgomery -
meeting where reports from Theme of the show will be Class 6. Potted Plants'1Foli-''
And F. D. Key the various committees indicated To WedRandal attend the Presb> -
worthwhile L 'Spring Enchantment" and its age. 2-Flowering or fruited. terial in Atlantic Beach ori Apr 7.
GuestsMiss much activity and several -
Are Honor primary is for instructingand Class 7. Cacti and Succulents '
j projects in process. Miss:: purpose Mrs.: J. R. Kite and Mrs w J
and encouraging the people of potted. 1-Specimen. 2-fcollection Epperson served refreshments du-
Norma Lee Jordan Clara Leaman chairman of Birds
Starke and neighboring commun- Class 8, Flowering or Fruited
ing the social hour.
F. D. Key, whose marriage will ano t conservation reported that
itip'. to know the joy of growingmem Vines ((1 stem) 12 to IS inrhes. i
be an event of Sunday afternoonat an interesting program on birds '
I beautiful flowers and arranging Class 9. Flowering or Fruited
3:30 o'clock in the Alachua is planned for the April meeting BLACK hILLSPASSION
them artistically. Shrubs (1 stem) 6 to 12 inches.
Baptist Church, with Rev. A. D.. which will be illustrated with PLAY
Class 10. Home
Anyone interested in flowersI grou-n
Martin and Rev. L. D. Haines, colored slides. :Mrs. J. D. Doyle vege-
1 and gardening is invited to enter tables. 1-specimen. 2-coilection.: Lake Wale Atspfcltatatre
officiating, were surprised at a finance chairman reported that Chitty JAN. 31 APRIL 18
exhibits in space 12 inches. i >
the horticultural
in their honor $40 has been made in the past classes Erry S.... 1'ua. Thar 8 -M.
dinner party given [T'4 ----------f ( but only members of the club!. Class 11, Educational exhibit.: For Re. Jk. I.f. Write B.i U
Thursday evening of last week. month by selling garden gadgetsand may participate in the arrangement Class 12 Any others. Pa... Z-O.M1 Lake Wal... FU
Hosts at this delightful affair plants.

Fred Wheeler. Bobby Crosby The Garden Therapy committee I classes.
were Margaret Miller Norma reported a trip to the Veterans The schedule has been worked
", out according regulations setup CONNER THANKS VOTERS i
Gonzalez Lester Griffis, Alvin flower hospital in Lake City of where Peace I bthe National Council of I.r .
Davis, Zack Crawford. Jack Miller. I State ..
Garden Clubs and the rules:;
roses from the Club's Memorial '
and LaMar Crosby all employees! Garden and other flowers were Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Tenly announce the engagement of will be strictly observed. Ac = S

of the A. & P. Food store where I placed at the bedsides of critically their daughter, Joan, to Randal Franklin Chitty of Starke and credited judges from out of town .

Mr. Key is manager. ill patients. Mrs. R. F. Demo- Lakeland, GIL, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty of Lakeland Ga. will be invited to judge the en 2! I, APPRECIATE YOUR CONFIDKN'CE -

The party setting, the apartment rest gave an account of the activities The marriage will be an event of May. tries.Rules.
Guertin at the of the Junior Gardenersat as announced bthe 4 IT IS AN HONOR TO
of Raymond -
streets, i The engagement of Miss Jean school. In addition to the Garden Club are as follows A SERVE THE PEOPLE OF
Water I
of Call and
corner 1. AH entries must be
Wilkinson of Jacksonville. daughter clean-up program eight classes registeredand

was attractively decorated I I of Mrs. Wesley E. Wilkinson have planted flower gardens. The be in place by 10:30 a.m on j BRADFORD COUNTY

throughout with azaleas. I and the late Mr. Wilkinson of club voted to donate eight cassia :iicMAhLLLfrTHear May 1. Any exhibit brought afte

received bearianna trees to be planted in this hour will be non-competitive
The honored couple a i I Lawtey to Thomas George Wha. L'4
2. The classification committeewill
front the school
of high building.Mrs. .
covered vegetable dish of their ley, son of Mrs. Archie Whaley J
I: P. J. Quattlebaum, flower enforce exhibition rules and
late of Detroit
selected china pattern from the' and the Mr. Whaley -
I: Mich., has been announced. : show chairman gave a report on decide questions as to classifica I will do everythingwithin: my power to continue to give
hosts as a memento of the oc- the coming flower show progress the Cub Scout Dens 1, 3., I i forlorn parakeet in your neigh- tion. :t

ca.sion.Twentythree. I which is to be Saturday and Sunday 4 enjoyed an outing up in Tally 1 orhood? Hear that Elbert Smith I: 3. All entries in horticultural the citizens of our County the type of representationthey

gueste enjoyed the I I 'Model 1 Meeting'Of :May 1 and 2. The theme for:last Thursday they were taken' 1 who likes to watch his favoritt classes must be grown by the exhibitor j

fried chicken dinner.Fru Beta Sigma Phi the show will be "Spring Enchant j I on a tour of the Capital, and in rv commentator Dave Garroway.in and should be labeled as deserve.

ment". Mrs. Young, chairman of| the treasury bldg. they were allowed i the early mornings, has noticed to variety wherever possible.

A ::-iSTARKE Held At Page Home ,the staging committee, presented:! to hold a $1000 bill they j for the past year that every morning I 4. Potted plants must have been

--- the schedule and rules for the I went thru the Governor's mansion I j a certain man is always standing in the possession of the exhibitorfor
A "Model Meeting" of the Beta ; DOYLE I CONNERSTATE
show. and gardens as a guest of Markley : in the window finally his at least six weeks.

DA.IC' Sigma Phi sorority was held at I Mrs. S. E. Sparks librarian, I I Ann Johns thru the Supreme I,'curiosity got the best of him and I 5. Exhibitors in arrangement'

FL': i the home of Grace Page Monday ,' reported that eight new garder I Court bldg., then at lunch in the he wrote Dave Garroway askinghim I classes must register with Miss :, REPRESENTATIVE

I night with Hazel Green as co- books have been added to the club FSU Demonstration School they who the man was and last Dorothy Ross. '

,hostess. Charlotte Frees, president -,:I library. Members of the club :,were met by Cub Pack 105 and Friday he got this answer: "The I 6. Exhibitors in arrangement -
I presided over tti business invited to attend the their leader who escorted them man outside our window is George classes must .. : -
Sat.-March 26, 27 I I have been keep arrangementsin .III ::.e1rLLrn1ILGIN'S: : : ::. ::;It: : ,:: : : ::
DOUBLE FEATURE meeting. ,Brooker Garden Club meeting Fri ,into lunch afterwards they Lemoine, who works in the cater- exhibition condition by replacing I -

I'I Under the direction of the pro day evening. Apr. 16. $5 wa; toured thru FSU and the museums ; ing dept. of Leon's restaurant faded or wilted materials between .

Block Busters I gram chairman Jean Thomas new ,given toward the State Gardei I- all in all. had quite,a day of it i around the corner from our studio. 12 noon and 1 p.m. each
i rushees were acquainted with the Club building committee for the : those who went on the trip I II He stands there so that his mother day.
With East: Side Kids !, meaning aims and purposes of I and state head in Amesbury, Mass. will know I
I I permanent home ,were Den 1, Hope Holliday, den i I 7. Flowers and materials for arrangement -

-And"Toughest- I I:I the sorority. She was assisted by .I I quarters. Mrs. A. E. Haight re |mother. Kenneth Miller. Den I II that he's well signed) Dave classes may be obtained -\

I I Marion Long. Helen Malone i I I ported that 293 packages of plant Chief. Dave Long. Tom Smith \Garroway. So if you've noticed from any source.

Man Hazel Green. and Leona Lee. ;were given away and sold during i I Bill Green Arthur Holliday, John I this man too every morning ; 8. The Starke Garden Club assumes I

In Arizona"Vaughn Rushees present at the meetingwere ,the City Beautification Week by:; ,Adams Harold Seymour Ricky: the mystery is solved. no responsibility for dam- It

Johnny Sue Urquhart Minnie I I the club. Four azalea bushes wen I Williams Billy Nelson. Larry and I, Last Saturday evening Geral- age or loss of property, but will !
Monroe and Joan Leslie Lou Patray, Lucille Payne Church. dine Griffis gave a surprise birth-
; : given to the Episcopal I Buddy Noegel David Haines and I take reasonable care. All con- ,

Plus New Serial "Jungle Raiders" and Betty May. The nominating committee re ''drivers. Mrs. Eoline Smith and I day party for her husband tainers, etc. should be marked :, t
and Cartoon I It was announced that a going slate of of Mrs"! Ronald, at Newton's Camp in I
Chap. 1 I I ported the following ,Mr. and Walter Miller; Den I II with owners name. I
II I I away party will be held for Marie ficers which were unanimously:; 3, Wilma Dockstader Den Mother i Middleburg helping *o cele- I 9, Judges decisions shall be
I i
:,Colson at Barry's .Restaurant on J elected: President, Mrs. M. F. David Lawson Den Chief. Bill] brate the occasion were Donalc1 final. They may give or with- I,

Sun., Mon., and' Tues. I Monday night. March 29, at & Hazen; 1st V.P.. :Mrs. C. L.. ,Dockstader, Wayne Farr, Wayne and Dot Bennett and Jack and hold Awards at their discretionand

March 28, 29. 30 o'clock. I V.P.. :Mrs. P. J.. Clara Hazen Tuesday eveningof I'
Rivera: 2nd ;Kinney Jack McComb, Dale Pop- there shall be no limit to th<>

DOUBLE FEATURESaber \ Quattlebaum; 3rd V.P., Mrs E. E. ham Bill North, Bill North Sr.. last week Joan Furlong was number of honorable mentions i in I

|Mrs.. T T. Lone j Tenly; Rec. Secy., Mrs. Russel I ,Den Dad. Charles Torode, Leator honored at a surprise birthday each class to meritorious ex 'I

Jet Norman; Corr. Secy-Treas., Mrs, Mathews and Gene Wiggins. driv- party given by a group of 11 girlsat hibits. II |

(IHostess At Coffee E. A. Hall.i 'ers: Mrs. Farr Bill North, Sr. the Furlong home Joan's I l 10. Awards shall be: blue for:

Robert Stack and Collen Gray iHonoring Visitors i. :Mrs., M. F. Hazen program I Mrs. Jack McComb, Mrs. Carolyn aunt, Mildren Dankel made a first; red for second: yellow for :
-And- ,. and white birthday
chairman reported that a workshop Redgrave. and Mrs. One Wiggins: beautiful pink third; white for honorable men- !
,. Mrs. T. T. hostess ala will b cake which was placed on a
Long was in Flower Arranging Den 4, Helen Malone. Den Mother tion.

VooDoo TigerWith lovely coffee party Saturday,, held Apr. 10 from 1 to 5 p.m Jimmy Malone Jimmy Smith, musical cake stand during with the i i 11. A tri-color award will be I

Webwnuller morning at her home in honor ol Mrs. Hazen then presented Mrs Stevie and Al Yancey, Buck:] evening a game was played given to outstanding exhibits when '!

Johnny Mrs. L. R. Lewis and Mrs. L. H Peyton who gave an interestin] : Dankel :Michael: Denton, Larr: Aliese Lawson and Judy Dankel merited in both horticultural and)'I' .
Plus Color Cartoon Lewis of Wilmington Dela..,'program on flower arrangement. Devrick, Dewey Warren. Jr.. winning 1st and booby prizes respectively arrangement classes. I ,

guests of the Longs last weekend J making several beautiful arrangements ,Eugene Jones and Jerry Garner this Saturday will be after-celebrated -j 12. A sweepstake ribbon will be \ BIG SPRING SURPRISEAND

Wed., Thur.-Mar. 31. Apr. 1 and this weekend. illustrating different type!; I:drivers Mr. Malone Martha noon joint birthdays who will awarded to the winner of the most

DOUBLE FEATURE Sweetpeas were used in decorat 1 and uses of flowers in the home. Yancey and Mildred Dankel by Stevie Yancey blue ribbons.

ing the home for the occasion,'[ During the social hour refreshments .. | enroute home Den 4 took in: be 7 on who Mar.will 27, be and 8 on Michael Mar i I 13. Special exhibits may be j I GIGANTIC' SAVING
served I II
BeachheadTony were
I with a graceful bouquet attrac I ,Waukulla Springs. they're having a wiener given a suitable award.
hostesses: Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs to hear tha Blanche Wym: in each class .
tively arranged in a silver bowl,,, I ., J Sorry roast in the Yancey yard for a | 14. Only one entry
Curtis and Mary Murphy used as the centerpiece of the. i 1a A. Hall. Mrs. P. J. uattleibaum. I fell in her home recently and few of their friends Shi Smith may be made by an exhibitor. !
-And- : Miss Clara Leaman broke her hip she is conva | 15. Members, with the exceptionof AT
on i
I birthday
r" !coffee table. Mrs. I... R. LewisI V. \. celebrated his
: I C. A. Knight and Mrs. lescing in a nurses home in Ja? and Sammy Warrenhis the officials of the show will ,

The Man Who I presided at the German Silver Hazen. ,i. Cal Smith. 8-year-old son of Wednesday Thursday. Or- be excluded from the exhibition j
I 13th also on
Walked Alone I i Service. i the Jesse Smiths, underwent at: chids to Aunt Mary Geiger who rooms while judging takes place. I Gem JewelryONLY

I Among the 30 guests includingthe : Beta Sigma Phi Appendectomy in St. Vincent''!; celebrated her 92nd birthday on :, 16. No exhibit may be removed.1
Da\ld O'Brien and Kay Aldrldge honor guests were .Mrs. H. C' 'GIVes Lovely Tea hospital last Saturday.See St. Patrick's: Day until after 5 p.m. Sunday May 2 I
: that Cliff and Piney Brown Colley is; but must be removed before 6pm ONLY
Plus Color Cartoon for Kl bAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs I Hear that Shirley
< ;Wall of St. Augustine ,
For New Rushees have moved their office from the having a most fascinating time in 17. No state conservation material I

I_ Fred Guy of Gainesville. Lloyd Green warehouse to the< American way at Caracas may be included in any ex-

AAAAA&AAAAAAAr- pppppp----.1. L.A4SSA .1 Members of the Beta Sigm i Brown's bulk plant site at thi a(lucky South girl) Seems she was hibit. 1 DAY 1 DOLLAR
'Phi sorority entertained :y t comer of Temple and Pratt forced" to go to the Inter- : SCHEDULESee.
The : afternoon from 3 until 4 o'cloc( ,which used to be Monk Dinkins her job Artistic Arrangements
Announcing ReOpeningOF I American Conference 1 :
: with a delightful tea at the horn e 'filling station the Browns an as secretarial assistant with the 1 Class 1, May Baskets. Keynote: : THURSDAY, APRIL 1st 'All Fool's Day'A

''of Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr.. honor'- |,going to run the filling station in i American Union in Washington Symmetrical arrange
Pan Simplicity.
I! with their Pure Oily Beautiful NEW WATCH. Superbly Styled with the
new rushees. :conjunction '
lag Her only complaints are ment of flowers in basket container -
I Spring flowers were tastefull: bulk I business Mamie Henr; that coffee is 45 cents per cup in (with or without handle). MILLION DOLLAR ;, LOOK
VAN'S CAFE the home. Th e is now working at Mitchell's Drug
used throughout I Caracas and she frequently has to Only foliage of flowers used per- !
I tea table was overlaid 'with an in-I- :store Kathleen Smith is book all As Little As $33.75AND
.work till 1 a.m., typing up mitted. No accessories. I Ii
I cloth an d' at the Central Fla. Ga,
Under The New ManagementOF ported centered linen with eutwork a five-branche d 1 i i keeping]and Appliance Co: June Pat*'I ':those important speeches else being is 1 i Class 2. Dewdrops. Keynote: YOU HAVE YOUR CHOICE OF ANOTHERFOR
was ; |made but everything Color. Arrangement of flowers I
candelabra holding five burnin g is reopening Van's "afe. adjoinin; including the weather $1.00
simply simulating the color of a gem.
d I'the: bus station. and will servE!
Yellow tulips an
Cir- !
tapers. fabulous
yellow : the dancing at Arrangement in jewel box or
JUNE PATEL yellow irises were arranged in home,I cooked food with hot bis\ culo Militar and th swimming at container. Foliage optional. -:
silver container at one end of tt IeI|I cuits hear that Cliff Suttle i!I.'swanky Hotel Tamanaco To similar. HOW CAN WE DO IT ?

|the new plant manager at BirDad '. writes
table. Shirley
top it all however Class 3. Romance. Arrange-
Regular Home Cooked Meals Guests were greeted at the doc th, 'mom Margery that she almost ment of flowers in pastel tints, This is Elgin National Watch Company's 90th Year of
Bett ie i The first three grades of
Charlotte Frees sj in HenryCabot
by herself sitting
found featuring one or more figurines. Faithful Service. giving America's Finest Time
WITH HOT BISCUITS E. W. Hayes preside,d Bradford Elem. School enjoyed !I I committee I you
Mrs. at
Deas. ; Lodge's lap a : Bud. A tussie-
I lj:special showing of Peter Pan al I Class 4, The Piece and now the only Watch with the "Million Dollar'
Id The
bowl anfMrs. tother day
over the crystal punch meeting mussie arrangement in footed con i '
Park Theatre Wednesda Duro.Power Main Spring that win never break in
OPEN DAILY FROM 6 A.M. TIL 12 P.M.VYVVYVVVYYYVVYVVVYYVVYYvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'. Thomas invited guests 1 j'the famous statesman was being photographed -
I ;morning the Riley Wasdin! !1 right and left so Shirley -, Brooks. Maybe : use, that gives you the most dependable watch at any
Class 5, Bubbling
table. :
the have the hottest tel Price
[I claim they : thinks she might show up in miniature gar- :
. . . . A ANEW AA&LAAAAA&AAAPPPPPPAALAAAA4AAAAALAALAAA ASS- '.. phone in town when the j? of the movie newsreels a terrexium or
------PPAPP&AAAAAAAAALAA some and'or
without pool
den with or I
I moved recently they were give 5; Well be looking for you, Shirley No Re-Cased WatchesNo

the Charley Johns phone mnnbe rl I the her address is figurines.
I By way Class 6. Bird Calls. Use of : Trade-In Watches
INSURANCE SENSATION | which is listed in the book a:! | 5205 Correos Del Este. '!|
1 Apartado twigs in bloom with ;
i 9SW and the-Johnses have 1 D.F., "Cinco". Caracas foliage. or : No April Fool
| private line now. '81 but folk:'I I that all the Colley fam- i
BEGINNING APRIL 1st wanting to call the Johnses na is in the news this week what Class 7. Miniatures and Small. Every Watch a NE\Ni Watch, unmatched for BI1AUTY.
ily including
i iturally look in the book and pe,5 the Naval Air (a) Height not over 3 inches SERVICE and QUALITY See our window display

- 50% Premium Reduction i, 9SW as their listing. thus gettin'; with Reserve Jerry and joining word from Frances container. (Ib) including Overall :, and be convinced there is no substitute for the quality
3 to 8
the Wasdins instead they SUfi f!:and Jimmy Stewart that they are height you receive in EVERY ELGIN WATCH.

p for Female hope the new phone books com? comfortably settled in Olympia. container. I Ii
-I Fever. Keynote:
Class 8, Spring
'- 2nd Lt. Drew Red-
out soon Wash., and both have good jobs of'
: dish is seeing the world in a hurr:'' Seems they left these parts in Harmony. An arrangement natural i i Just In Time :For

._ \J Drivers Under 25 : he returned home last Sunda:y January and took a tour around. plant material in or on a ,
driftwood, shell
I Alaska and leaves this con,* container such as S
| from finally deciding they'd settle for BIRTHDAYS

I Any female operator of an auto- ing Sunday for Thule AFB. Green" Olympia, than which there is no stone bamboo etc. Theme
land, where he will' be stMione 3 from Starke Class 9, Sgring Fancy. EASTERS
: : mobile under the age of 25 years further point (hardly) Arrangement in unique I

: :' no longer necessitates rating under for the next five months thais . Nice to know they're getting .container.Surprise. GRADUATIONS
: :
where his brother. Airman 2-
.1i1I class 2. Risk may be rated underclass tDolph Reddish! also statione cj along so well SECTION TWOHorticultural ANNIVERSARY

1 rates which are approximately 1 a I Whew! Quite overburdened Classes
James and Betty Ann Phillii i FOR HIM FOR HER
.: I 50 per cent I Ies than class have left for Biloxi, Miss. wher e .with news this week, wasn't I? Class 1, Roses one specimen:

: *di I 2 rat es. James reports for further dul y'i So long See you in thee Red. pink. white yellow, bi-color.: I

,,. l 1 !I. Earl Alvarez a student at 'h,. next 'collections (6 stems). Special Presented by Elgin National Watch Company's author-
Save On All Lines of \ Ga. Military Academy near A award for best rose in show.
; ji! Carolyn ized Dealer in Starke and Bradford Count .
lanta. was home for the weeken 1 : Class 2, Annuals (3 stems') :

Insurance :and Spring holiday with relatlv a' petunias (a-single b-double. c-

an ./riend.q.I Lenten Supper .ruffled): snapdragon. lupin, del-

Daisy Perryman is' fit to I' :Set By St. Marksr phenium poppies, asters, larkspur I ED SIMPSON GEM JEWELRY i

tied last Tuesday when si..1.1 hollyhock, pansies (12 blooms

CONNER BROTHERS INSURANCE AGENCYPHONE .! walked out on her porch with hE |Episcopal The congregation Church of will St.have Mark's a 1.nasturtiums (12 blooms), S"'eett "THE HOUSE: OF FINE DIAMONDS"

2S5 129 W. CALL ST. j parakeet perched on her should*'r'I!covered dish Lenten supper in peal ((12 stems), others. I "Starke's Leading Jeweler"
I ihe took off suddenly and han''tithe- Parish house. at 6:30 o'clock j date 3, Hibiscus. .

betfl 5 en sine -- Iftve you see!\ ,this evening (Friday' ). Class 4, Perennials (3 stems). l c,_ II1=- -iiniuiriI: ; :: -. : = _: -.:--- __ : : : : _, ./
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fsJsrrrrfrrsrrsnsrsssssrrssssrsrSrSrrsrs.. Sr.c0O .. I I Mrs. J. B. Sapp spent from Mr. and Mrs. George Powell returned HONOR ROLLThe I waive informalities in any bid; to ret t !NOTICE TO APPEAR pl'slnt on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Thursday to Sunday with her to their home in Newton, ject any or all bids in whole or in j I. ttmit Coart. Bradfirri Csu.ty. Joseph K. Skipper, 211 Graham
part with or without cause; or to I Florida la Caaacerr. Building. Jacksonville Florida
I sister, :Mrs. Donnie Moore in N. C. after. a ten day visit with following students were on accept any bid in whole or in part Elsie Lichtenstein. Plaintiff. Myron and file the original In the offioe at
i Mrs. J. H. fields. the Honor that, in its. judgment. will be for I{ Liehtensttin Defendan:. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on en-
Gainesville. On Sunday afternoon, | Roll at BHS for the the best interests of the City of Case No. 10-405 before the 19 day'ot April 1".1

I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter I fourth six-weeks grading period. Starke. The working days necessary I.Notice To Appear j otherwise the allegations "f said
I for the completion of the proposedImprovements To: :Myron Lichtenstlir. whose Complaint will be take 'nffsf-
Linda Kay, called for Mrs. I Charlie Powell has returned to Seventh Grade: Barbara Bates I as c>
as well as the bid residence and address ir: 36$ East ed by you
Sapp. I Ii Starke from Cocoa where he Sandra Carmichael Gwendolyn prices, will be used in evaluating ,87th Street Brooklyn New York. This notice shall be published
N TH E N EWSfltr i has been working for the past Dugger, Angela Elder, Charlene the CITY bids. I You are hereby notified that a once! each week for four consecutive
COUNCIL OF THE CITY'.suit for weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
6.. sfl-ssssrrrsss_S-_U_rssrr_srss-rSrrrsSt S1 J. W. Abernathy of Daytona several weeks. Hardy, Rhodia Hines James HobbsJr. OF STARKE. FLORIDA j, Divorce and restoration of .
i By James A. Lewis, Chairman. I maiden name I Dated this Iii day of Mar.-h. I,o4.
| Beach spent Sunday afternoon Patricia Humphries, Judy '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welsh and I ATTEST: has been filed against yoj In the I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Virginia Darby Mary with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Colsen and {;Judd, Helen Kelly Mary Agnes Carl Johns, Clerk. above named Court and ciuse and I Clerk 01 the Circuit Cowrt
Katherine and Betty Lou Wainwright son, Dewey returned to the weekend with home in Mobile, Ala. after a W. H. Xollman the week- your answer or pleading to the com :'. 1 IS 4t 4 ,
spent cille Colsen in Callahan on Sun- :beth Ann Prevatt, Franklin Ritch. \OTICE TO APPEH .

I their uncle and aunt, Mr. and week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. end in St. Petersburg and Tampaon day. James Ritch Maurice Overstreet. I la Florida Circuit!. Court Cllaacon.Bradford CouBty.'.1'.1'I |

Mrs A. I. Spencer in Jacksonville E J. Flynn, Mrs. W. D. Faxon business and pleasure. I Eighth Grade: Patricia Alvarez. {;Nicholas Anthony Caiazza. Plaintiff. NEW I
and attended the Band contEsts and Mrs. Dorothy Ford. Mrs. M. Mrs. Ned and !U"<'. Lorraine Caiazza. Defendant '
Mr. and Yancey ,Amelia Coleman -
Virginia Dai by. .
| Case No
O. Nelson of Mobile, Ala. is remaining -I E. and Mr. I '; 10-414 ,
in the Gator Bowl Satur Mrs. G. McGauley children enjoyed a picnic lunch at'Judy Gandy Pat Hobbs. Patricia !'.NotIce To Appears

I day night. : here for an indefinite and Mrs. Carl Mott of Palatka I II the Jacksonville Zoo on Sunday. Pellum, Janice Reddish. Paula !| T,,: Lorraine "alazza'host' resi-i Dr. Seymour, R. Marco, Optometrist

stay with Mrs. E. J. Flynn, whois I were Sunday guests of Mr. and I jdence and adtlre-v is318: Jvwett |I
lA\vnut. Statm Island,
I Taylor. Geita Faye Thornton. New York. NOW LOCATED NEXT TO POST OFFICE
Mrs. E. L. Matthews had as recuperating at, home from !I Mrs. Charles Hardy. Col. and Mrs. 1. A. Griffin plan I 1 i Ninth Grade: Nancy Bates. "suit You for are hereby notified tnat a I, On Walnut Street

luncheon guesU Tuesday Mrs. J. her recent illness. Friends of E. J'I to spend the weekend in Lakeland. :Joyce Beal. Juamta Blount Mar- Divorce and custody of minor I j ;

B. Drennan of Columbia, S. C. and Flynn will! regret to hear he is I Mrs. Ruby Johns spent the:.visiting rela'tives.Donnie ;jtha I Brookins :Marilyn Cox Alice ,has children been filed ,'I EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED
against In the
the critical list in the Jacksonville weekend in Tavares with Mr. you |
daughter, Mrs. Claude Crowson.j :Dodd, Arline Forsyth Emojean {above named Court and cause and &
Mrs. G. C. Livingston of Tampa, Naval hospital. and Mrs. A. L. Bennett. I and Broward Strickland ,;Hall, Tom Long. Vivian Nobles. you are required to serve a copy of Hours OO A.)1. 5OOPM.
your answer
or pleading to the
Mrs. A. A. Durden Mrs. W. E. I Thursdays and Saturdays 9:00)1.. 12 NoonANNOUNCING
who attended the Nacoochie Schoolin ,Fritz Pellum, Rose Popham. Gail complaint on the Plaintiffs

Middleton, Mrs. E. S. Matthews.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwardsl"' Mr. and :Mrs. Adolph Gay and Rabun Gap, Ga., spent the Reddish. Henry Richarde, Sandra O.Attorneys Pox 1S8 Williams Starke, Floridaand & Futch, PHONE 219

J. J. Fitzgerald and Mrs. i have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. ,daughter, Geraldine, visited Mr. I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clay- (I Taylor.. Billy To rode. Lillian Williamson file the original In the office P'I

Marcus Brown. |i James Kinchen and family of 1 and Mrs. Alfred Walker in Lake ton Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Lucille McCullough.Tenth {I'I lor the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court

I I Jacksonville over the weekend City on Sunday. :'Frow Strickland.Mrs. Grade: Gloria Crawford. I 26 day of April, 1954; I I I I
Mrs. G. C. Livingston of Tampahas and Mrs. Roy Howard of Gainesville I otherwise the allegations of said :
,Meridy Dail. Judy Ellington. Shir !'Jomplalnt will be taken as confe!a-
spent the past ten days with on Sunday.Mr. I Miss Nancy Jensen of Jackson Dwight Marshall and chil- ,ley Green. Myrna Griffis. Gloria :jed by you.
celebratedher ville Beach was the weekend I I This notice shall be publlsheo THE OPENINGOf
Mrs. Mary Gieger, who dren of !
I I Apalachicola are spending .Griffis Katherine Harrell, Jacqueline -I once e..cn week hr four consecutive'
92nd birthday on St. Pat- and Mrs. Joel G. Jackson guest of Miss Judy Green. I this week with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hobbs William Horne weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -;

rick's Day, and Mrs. A. A. Dur- and family have spent the past | Rowland.Mr. '
I Ruth Lee, Irene Metzger. Bertha Dated this 22 day of March 1954.
den I week in Cochran, Ga. where they I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Vanderlip, ':I Mizell, Barbara Jean Norman. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
j attended the funral of Mr. Jack- Jr. and daughter Dawn are re-I I Clerk of the Circuit Court'
I I and :Mrs. Ovid Bennett were Jackie Parker, Ina Stern. Elizabeth Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I Ii
Mrs. \\'. H. Nollman and her. son's father, P. R. Jackson, who:!I I turning to their home in Decatur, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl LaMar Tatum Polly Ann Wait. i, 3 26 4t 4 16 NANCY JANE SCHOOLolDANCE

house guests. Mrs. W. S. Swinyerof died on Monday. Ga. on Saturday after a month'svisit Johns in Gainesville I
II IIi on Sunday. Eleventh Grade: T. J. Alder- I .tOTICE TO APPEAR
Mrs. i with Mrs. Vanderlip's sister, ( I I. '. Clrevlf
Los Gatos, Calif. and I Jr. Johns. Tracy Court, Bradford CoB.t? I
man Jacqueline
Atlanta Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent a few ;Mrs. Harry Mooty, and family. ] I Florida IB Chancery. Instruction In
Miriam Waters Jenkins. of I Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daugh- '!Jones, Warren Johns, WendellI ,Doris Hourke, Plaintiff. James I i

Ga. spent Sunday at Silver I days this week with Mrs. Charley 'Mr. Vanderlip, a representative of I ters are spending the weekend in Kelly James Lawson, Barbara 'O'Rourkr, Defendant
Johns in Miami. The Roberts Co., has been work- I I Case No. 10-411' '
Springs.Mr. Folkston Ga. with Mrs. Vickers'parents
McComb., Sue Siprelle Bernice Vntlre To Appear. I Ballet Acrobatic
Florida during I Tap -
ing throughout Mr. and Mrs. A. G., Thomas, Martha Winkler. Barbara I I To James ()Rourke, whose residence -
and Mrs. Ernie Foster and I Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and their stay here. I Gowen. Janice Vickers under. |. and. address is: 437 Franklin ',
Prevatt. Avenue Hosbrouk Height, New j
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ward and[, family of Jacksonville and Mr. I went in Folkstor Jersey. .
\ a tonsilectomy ''j Twelth Grade: Levy Canova Jr. BOYS AND GIRLS --- 4 YEARS AND UP
family of Gainesville were Sun- I and Mrs. George Moxley of Mrs. J. C. Fogg and children 'I You are hereby notified 'hat a
on Thursday. i Jimmie Cole. Russell Crosby. suit for divorce, custody and
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I j Gainesville were Sunday guests spent the weekend in Jackson- control of minor children
Sandra Chambers. Janice Dansby.
H. Granam. of the L. S. Hutto family. I{I ville with their aunt, Mrs. Florence I Pat McGriff spent the weekend I Mary Julia Futch Annette Green. I above oas been named filed Court against and you cause in and the Classes Will Begin

t Lyons. ;|in Gainesville! where he attended I Pam Lawson. Lavon Lewis. Wayne .i,you are required to serve a copy o' .

, the Military Ball. Matchett. Doyle Roberts Ona ,,''complaint:Jour answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the Monday, April 2:30 P.M.

Announcing the Opening of !I' Jimmy Hoppe returned to his 4 Stern, Jimmy Suggs. I I I Attorney Starke. Florida T. Frank Landrum.

'home in Tampa on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cook hav, I and file the original in the officeof
'' after ten day visit with his moved the Clerk of the PLACE TO BE
a to Mayo where they havE Circuit Court
I' I' : Prison Pistol ClubIs >n or before the
ELECTRIC Mrs. O. L. Beasley and !
RED SEAL aunts, I purchased a home. Their addressis 26 day of April 1954 i ANNOUNCED LATER

Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.Mr. Rt. 1, Box 248. Organized; .therwlse the allegations of said
,Complaint wl'l be taken
is con- {
I Plans Fish Fry ,fessed by you. ,
and Mrs.: J. R. Taylor and i Mrs. Effie Johns and niece. Mrs. I! This notice shall be published -Iiiii
once each week for four consecutive
Starke Fla. Mrs. J. W. Furlong and daughter, .Morris Carter. were shopping'i Several employees of the State 'weeks in the Bradford County Tele I '

106 Washington St. Joan, spent the weekend in Way- '!Jacksonville Saturday. On Sun- Prison met Sunday afternoon and graph. ':_' .:- ,- : __. == ; .. ':= : 1--. -=- -- -_ -
hated this 24! day of March I lHi4!
Phone 397 I cross, Ga. Joan was organist Sunday day Mrs. Johns had as her giiesl t organized the State Prison Pistol I (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darb)

I afterr.oon in' the wedding of her son, Freeman Johns of Laki.? ;,Club. The organization will meet Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
0 ,Miss Emily Barrow to JackI Butler. at the Pistol Range at 2 p.m. on ': 3/26 4t 4 16 1BE. I. 1

\ I Hyers. i ,the fourth Sunday of each month: NOTICE *APPEAR

Electric Motors Re-round ) John Mundorf went to St. i at which time pistol matches will, ,I U CircuIt Oart. Bradford County,
I Mrs. R. Koolbeck of Jasper Petersburg last Friday to attem 1 be held. Competitors will be segrej -.1 I Florldai IB C.ha.cerf.Estelle '
Dedicated To Service
I Che>-br And Serviced and Mrs. R. L. Morgan of Bruns- the funeral of his sister. Mrs;.. j gated into one of five classes as, Harold Howard' Che'brongh, Defend "Movie Are Better Than fter"

I w.>k, Ga. were weekend guests of ,Elsie Hollinger. Mr. Mundorf returned 1 i follows: Master, Expert Sharp-. ant. Case No. 10-417

SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR : Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, home on Thursday. shooter. Marksman. and Tyro..1 .Notice To: Harold To Appear.Howard Chesbrough, If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad

GENERAL MACHINE WORK Sr. I Prizes and medals will be given bj r whose residence and address i,,: 178 I
I the club in each class. Military Road Buffalo, New York- cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering You are hereby notified that a I
0 Miss Frances Lameraux of Win- spent Sunday afternoon visiting'Mr. 'I Officers elected were as follows: >suit for divorce, custody and ., Sat.-March 26, 27
Louie L. Wainwright, president; J. i uppcirt of minor children Tues.. Wed. and Thur.
ter Haven the weekend with :
| spent and Mrs.. R. C. Dunns n Jack- ,has been filed against you In the DOUBLE FEATURE
ALL WORK GUARANTEED :, Miss Sylvia Alvarez who returned sonville Beach. ,B. Godwin vice president: H. O. above named Court and cause and
I : Bates III. secretary-treasurer; and you are required to serve a copy of March 30 31. 1
F. W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager ; to Winter Haven with Miss Lan I your answer or pleading to the April

eraux for a week's visit. Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Reddish H. Collins, chief instructor. The complaint on nil PNintiff
Reasonable Prices i I club is described as a Class "A" Attorney T. Frank Landrum
iI i entertained at a family dinner Starke. Florida
I Club which that it is .. -
Pistol means ... -
Mrs. J. D. Logan of High party Wednesday evening for .their i and tile the original In the office i 4., .....1
National Rifleman's of the .-w tII'
affiliated with the Clerk of the Circuit Court t
Springs and Mrs. Walter Redd of son and daughter-in-law, 2nd Lt. ('0 "f before the "'.I'
______J L_ 1 Association and is governed :2fi! day of nn'f.1
Newberry were overnight guests and Mrs. Drew Reddish. Lt. Red- Aprjl. 1954: ;;2piltti.bbinpITTOIA U
by N. R. A. rules. Club mem- otherwise the allegations of said { \
Tuesday of last week of Mr. and dish returned home Sunday from bership fees will be $5.50 per year. Complaint will be taken as confessed ..-.... LEO
Mrs. L. B. Alvarez and Mrs. E. duty in Alaska and leaves Sundayfor by you. WTUT ncnwu nuuurai i
which will include subscription to 1',' This notice shall "be puDllsbet i I -And- ) GEKHCCUMAnciuu
C. Priest. further duty in Greenland. National Rifleman's once each week for four consecutive I .
WANTEDSAWN the MagazineMembership I 6wMei >* ma i iMn
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. -I'.
I is open to any adult .SEll!MO-***b,1IOtoIIII *urndu _al
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carswell, who male citizen of this area regard- I Dated tlii. :24! day of Man, IS'4OFFICIAL MO1// floW!IIIGDI'Sp.p-. p II.'""'P i.aduLJ. ....-
I .. 1II51U1.1.tfiLUlam
lilt Wloo.r
SEAL Charles ,
( ) A. DarbI \
in Atlanta, Ga. this week attend- are in Starke this ;
week. spent less of whether he is an employee' I Clerk of the Circuit Court IBOOOJ1'lus '_"' ''1UI.1I:4111L1': '''

!' ing the National Produce Associational -,the weekend in Atlanta, Ga. with I''of; the Prison or not. The Club i I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

GUM CROSSTIESBlack meeting. : Mrs. Carswell's sister Mrs Erlinc I is entirely self supporting and is ;3,26 4t 4 I'; Crag Along Droopj" Cartoon -

Bussey. The Carswells will spend I not financed in any way by the> :ISOTICK III \PPKHIII e.1

Richard Daniel of the U. of F. :the coming month in Fort Myers ;funds of the State Prison. Florfdnt Circuit In Court.Chancery.Bradford County, L. and Latent \\orlJ Ne\\s

Sweet or TupeloTies and Miami, spent the weekend i The club is sponsoring an "Old't i Ciro Fuzio Plaintiff, vs. Theresa _
I ,rntat ft PncM
with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. HOltzen- Miss Idell Landrum spent Monday -i I Fashion Fish Fry and Dance" at; Puzio. Defendant. Cae Xo 10-408 'Plus "Miaring Mugs"fc Cartoon and
\ Notice To
dorf Jr. night with Miss Jane Club
,the Saturday
Palmer Community I
I To: Theresa Puzio. whose ri- Chap 10 Serial GENE LONG
Must He Freh-Cut. Old or Seasoned; Ties I jin Jacksonville and attended the 'night April 3. The fish fry will get: dence and address II'. 55 West 9th I:

Not Accepted !! Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wold of I Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra I under way at 6 p.m., and the dance." ,Street.You New are York hereby N notified Y. that ? I Sun., Mon.-March 28 29 :

Sewaren, N. J. were guests last concert while: there. will begin at 8:30: p.m. The publicis : I Milt for divorce I CUtIi! PICMIS,.... I
DELIVERED TO OUR I has been filed against you in the
J week of Mr. and Mrs. Edward II above named Court and cause and!, RITA JOSE # COMING SOON
FLORIDA, PLANT7x9x8' Hochberger at their home on St. I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lewis are you are required to serve a ram of HAYWORTH RRRERln
:in Albany and Baconton : vonr answer or pleading to the complaint
Clair St. Ga. this Cub Scout Notice
on the Plaintiff" AttornWm *\
...6" $2.00 :i week while Mrs. L. R. Lewis is I). Morgan, SOT r-Jark Hold His Majesty,

7x8x8'...6" ... $1.85 Mrs. Ben Rowland and Mrs. G*spending I two weeks at the Hotel I A park meeting for Cub Scouts; i I* ing file, Jaikprnville the original, In Floridand the offic

S. Brown spent Saturday in Jack- Ponce de Leon in St. Augustine. will be held Monday night Mar. I I.f the Clerk of the Circuit Court 01 O'Keefe

6x8x8'...6" -. $1.60 sonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lewis, Mrs. I 29, at '::30 o'clock in th i or before the 26 day of Apj .1,.1I 1 II 'A1G
I 11954; otherwise the allegations i
f L. R. Lewis of Wilmington. Dela. I Methodist recreational building. 1!aid' Complaint will be taken as con .RCHIJCOLDR Mt .
Delivery Time: 8:00 A.M. Til 3:30 P M. I 'fe"sed by you. ... ., :
I Mr. and Mrs. William Briscoe and Miss Barbara Arens of Kit- .. **wan ana tmi m i.MI *mean
.NO IH t: '10 ItlDUKHSSrrtioa i This notice tl-.kri be published 1IIoiWI' Monday Through Friday ': of Valdosta, Ga. were Sunday zingen, Germany were weekend 1 | once each week for four consecutive I ('*Kama araua new I RILEY WASDIN
I' I SEALUD PROPOSALS will b* re- '.weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
guests of
guests of Mr. and Ms. R. A. Col- and Mrs. T. T. '
eeived by th.- City Council of Starke rraph.i Plus "Stupldstltus Cat" cartoon
son and all went to St. Augustine I Long. Miss Arens, who lived with ,r.radford County. Florida until 7::31<:i i Dated this 20 day of March 1954 i

Southern Wood Preserving Sunday afternoon. ;I Co!. and Mrs. Long while they' .1'. M. Eastern Standard Tim), 01i OFFICIAL\ SEAL,) Charles A. Darn And Latest World NevisSee
i Tuesday the Twentieth day. oIAPril r Clerk of the Circuit Cour
!, i 1 were i I stationed in Germany. is the A,I"). 1954. at which time neH By Marian U Crosby, Deputy Cl..rk. I

Mrs. A. L. Carr and Mr. and. guest of the Longs this week. !,\\ be publicly opened at the ( :i :i 3:26 4t 4,16

Company Mrs. J. M. Kirkland of Jacksonville ,;The Lewises and Miss Arens Yo illr'etuni I HalL The work contemplated il' im- m .

I Mr. and Wilmington this week .l>ro\f merits and extension to theCity's
I Mrs. James Hudson i I I
sewer sybtem.
'and sons of PaJatka and Mr. and end. II 1 All materials furnished and alii|I Our Beautiful EASTER WindowI'i.i
P. 0. Box 88 Baldwin, Florida \ Mrs. R. J. Andrews and work performed shall be in accord-I
I :ance wjth the plans! and specif tea- 1
I) I- --- -----. II of Orange Park were Sunday Mrs. R. J. Davis is visiting Mr. j jI tions and contract documents pertaining ''I I

1' guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. O.Dansby. I and Mrs. A. D. Kemp in Crest-i at thereto the office which of may P.obtrt be M.'Anpa iarruned -.
'I View i ,. and Associated, Consulting : rj
Civil Engineer and Sune>ors. Room
40 Hildebrandt IMildin Jarkson-
OFFICE' H. E. McLarin of Fairbum Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Landrum 'villa, Florida, or at the office of the

POP. spent the weekend with his sister and daughters spent Sunday in City Clerk, City hall Starke, Flor I

OR HOME Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Brooksville with Mr. and Mrs. "ida.ladders may obtain complete sets ,
J. A. Landrum. of plane and specifications. includ-
ll1g> Proposal Forms to be submittedin
Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and triplicate; form of Bid Bond re-

children and Dr. and Mrs. Richard Fish Fry RallyAt ''ouired; form of Contract and form
:lot Contract Bond required; by mak-
&ttJwok'J Shar and children of Jacksonvillespent Baldwin Apr. 3 ing a }15. Engineer being the said
the weekend .n'R ( %
at the Ritch
and Associates)
M. Angas
,.u.'''. MMUK cottage on Kingsley Lake. A fish fry and political rally will(I for each complete set. Extra fJlf't-: _-
litEsterbroolf fications at $500 per copy, and
be held at, the BaldwiA town hall |plans at $10.00 per set may be I
,$. .R. Johns. who is employedwith :'obtained. All documents shall be
13.00 Yo... the State Road and Ion. Saturday. April 3, beginning 'returned to the Engineer prior to.
at 7:30 This or within ten 16) Uys after bid
cowml event
Fmritohial Mrs. Johns spent from Sunday to\ p.m. is being opening. Bidders. submitting bona

I Wednesday in Pensacola and N. sponsored by State Road Depart- tide bids and returning the docu- I
,menU' in goodnndition, will refunded -
W. Florida. : ment employees.The the abo\f cost for as many
\ I
.'-- t as tw' <'umpl.'tc sets of plans and I
'. I rally was originally sche- .-pecifiealions.I .
I Mr. and Mrs Homer Foote and ]! duled I A bid bund. properly executed by ,
for April 10, but was ad- sure-i ,
and by a qualified
i children of Lockport, N. Y. spent I I
1! ::vanced to April 3 by Duval Coun- i ty. ur a certificate or cashier's! check J
several days last week with' ion, any National Bank or on a Starke ;
Marion Howe and Raymond Howe ty Democratic Executive Com- il.'ank, in a sum not less than five SPRING JUST RECEIVED
I I I (5) per cent of the amount bid. 1 I I LADIES
I mittee. made payable to the City of Starke j '
Ben Welch returned each bid I
to his Florida must accompany
'home in Elmira Heights.. N. Y. I The public is invited las a guarantee that in the event DRESSES New Shipment
the contract is awarded to the bidder I il Spring Suits
last week after into contract -
spending five he will promptly

Desk Sets From $3.00 weeks with his daughter, Mrs. :Court Of Honor will ,start furnish actual the construction required !bond with-and 'j One Dress $4! OF LADIESCostume I

:Wilma Dockstader. 'in ten (10) days after receiving no- !
Maroon Green Walnut. Gray BlackIn I !i I ,[ Reduced 1 1-3 I
Boy Scout monthly Court ol Cilice:: to start work With Purchase I
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dyal of La. i| As a considerable portion of the :
Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings Porte, Ind. (Honor: Thursday, March 25, in I'work I ': ...on..il'tl' in the laying of tw.i Of One At Jewelry m
spent the first part of in streets which are to.
i I >ers! _ _
the week with Marion and Raymond -|, courthouse, 7 p. m. Eagle award"ibe re-built by the State Road D RegularPrice .
partment, it may be necessary to de- Hats Bags
to Troop 70 member. Refresh I
I ,lay the start of work until the RoadDepartment W Use Our !
f ments. is ready to start workin
Mrs. Lulu Mott and Mrs. C. G. order to avoid the necessity of I and Accessories I
0 ( I making temporary pavement repairs [jl I ] Lay-A-Way Plan]
I Barksdale
spent Sunday at Salt IX PUERTO RICO All bidders are therefore advised I HI THE ENTIRE FAMILY
: Springs. that there may be a delay or walt- '
( Robert H. Beard, radioman ijing I period between the signing of EASTER !
and the issuance of
Mr. and Mrs. W: C. Thomas of, seaman, USN, son of Rev. andI Borders, contract to Hart work. Should the I !

Jacksonville spent the weekend I Mrs. Spencer F. Beard of Brooker,, ..waiting period be longer than

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH with Mr. and Mrs. Prow Strick- has reported for. duty with the I.ninety may 1110 cancelled days however.with the no Contract ha-- DEPT. ;

land. U. S. Naval Communications Sta ,BidJer bility on the part of the City or the STORE

tion in San Juan Puerto Rico. All bids shall be addressed to the .
Prior to reporting there he served <.IClt| Clerk City of Starke. Florida.
cross, Ga. is spending several marked aa Instructed in SECTION 2 I
128 W. Call St. St-arkeFIa. weeks with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. aboard the repair ship US:9of] the Specifications, and dchlered.r' STARKE'S FINEST
, Vulcan. Beard entered the NaY) .through the mail or otherwise to the
Fanoher office of the City CKrfcTte -
I liA February 1921. City reserves the right to \ U


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FRIDAY MABCH+ 26, 1354

Threatens 1953 Farm Income Three subject(to Brooker the will and of the New Democratic River) board will\ be for Your interest and ship 5 South, Range 22 East and I being situated in Township 5 -
meet South I(from the
your Southwest
voters in the May primaries. I -E. L (Lawton) Crawford. Section 24 Township 5 South. Range :I Range 22 East lying South of and !Section 13 run thence corner of I+I cause, vii: As right of way, drainage ;; -
feel I well 22 East, within 50 North *9 ditch and haul road tor
that am qualified for this feet of the a por-
Florida Florida line
CattleIn In | survey of
Up ; position and, it elected will, serve Beginning on the West line of said State Road S-125, Section :: grees, 58 min.. 5& sec. East % Ition I of State Road 5-1851n Bradford
the people of my district and the FOR COCXTY COMMISSIOXEB ,Section 13 at a point 32 feet Northerly ,rsaid survey line being described 2854-150 I I feet, run thence North 0 County. Florida and that one of '
Months AheadThis Down In Nation county at large to the best of my DISTRICT FOUR from the Southwest corner of follows with reference to Section as 23 min., 07 sec East 300 feet ;o the Judges of the Circuit Court in i
I hereby announce my candidacy I said Section 13, thence I POINT OF BEGINNING of tlw .
ability. run North 13, Township 5 South, the Eighth Judicial Circuit of FlorIda
-A. If GREEN'. for County Commissioner District 89 degrees, 58 min., 53 Range 22 I terline of said Haul Road
sec. East East will be
and the 15th
Section on day of
is the time of year that Farming in Florida yieldedsomewhat Four (Theressa, Hampton Graham 24, Township 5 ,thence South 0
) 5282.6 ft., crossing the South line South. Range 22 East. degrees. 23 nvn.. March. A.D., 1954. at !9:30 o'clock in
owners need to start checking higher cash receipts FOR CO. COMMISSIONERDISTRICT If elected, I promise my very best! I of said Section 13. to the East line I.Beginning Isec.I' West 250 feet to the ( the forenoon thereof, in Circur+:
efforts and faithful service to my of said Section 24 at a point 1.% on theSest line of said Haul Road.IS .
cattle for of last than in 1951 and 1952, FOIUI district and the feet I said Section 13 at a point 3: Court Chambers in Bradford Count
possible symptoms I year county as a whole. feet
candidacyfor South from the Northeast OWNED! BY
hereby announce my corner of : Harrison :![ Court I House at Starke. Florida,
blackleg, according to Dr. Dorsey in spite of a downward trend County Commissioner, District Your vote and support will be greatly I said Section 24. [!of Northerly said Section from 13 the, Southwest corner and wife Josephine MosIe 'consider said Declaration of Taking
appreciated in the May primaries. run thence North ) I
A. Sanders, veterinarian at the nationally reported by the Agricultural Four (Theresa, Hampton. Graham), Gerald Adkins. i Containing 0.773 acres more or less, 89 degrees. 58 min., 53 sec. East You, and each of yon are appoint appraisers and make
subject to the will of the Demo-
: exclusive of existing road commanded Isuch order as the Court deei:
right of 5282.6 feet appear in the
Service of the 'cratic voters in the May primaries.If [ : crossing the South line
Florida Agricultural Experiment Marketing tine hi'I
[ "'ay.'IS [ court on the 5th proper.
elected I promise to render the In The Circuit Court Of Tie EI .t.1 of said Section 13 to the East line day of
Station. A few cases have been' U. S. Department of Agriculture. I same faithful service to the peopleof Judicial Circuit In And For OWNED BY: Emma Pearce of said Section 24 at a point 1.% to show cause what right i' All parties to the suit and ;>.1
in Florida my district and the county as a ford County State Of Florida.L. Hill. feet South from the Northeast cornerof terest or liens you. or any of <' 'parties interested may appear and
reported already from Alachua I Cash farm receipts whole that I have done in the past. Anne Humes, Plaintiff, vs. Mab Parcel No. 4. Right of Way SRD No. said Section !4. Containing 0.4S2 have in and to any of the above 'be heard at the time and place dtignated. -
,and Hardee counties. While the came to 101 percent of 1952 receipts II will appreciate your continued el Green McCrary, and George Mc- i *. acres more or less, exclusive ofexisting scribed lands nnd show cause { .
disease at time :I whereas for the United 'cooperation and support. Crary Husband and Wife, and A strip of land across the South road right of way the'fame should not be taken 1 WITNESS my hand and this f",1of I
may occur any -Jessie R. Chastain. Goldie Perkins Defendants. side of Lot 58 of Woodlawn' IS OWNED BY: Richard Bennett Jr. the uses and purposes set forth said Court on this 3rd day a'

of year, the grazing season from I States as a whole cash receipts XOTICE TO APPEARThe Subdivision according to Plat and wife. Elsie Bennett and Robby '1' the petition filed herein. 'March, A. D.. 1954.

spring until late fall is the most were down to 96 percent of the FOR SCHOOL BOIRD State Of Florida, Tot I Pock 1, page 17, public recordsof I Bennett and wife Faye Ben TAKE NOTICE That a : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daro\'
candidacyfor label Green McCrary and GeorgeMcCrary Bradford County. Florida net. |jot Taking has been filed in Clerk Of Circuit Court of Brad
dangerous period. Fat, well-fed I 52 figure. I hereby member announce of the Board my of Public Husband and Wife. 1232 Said strip of land being 77.86 feet' Parcel0.. 14, Right of above: styled cause, by the Pent ford County. Florida.
calves of seem to be Instruction, District No. 1, Lawtey Decatur Street, Pittsburgh Penn- in width on the West side of said No. 14Rev.That Way, SRD I ers, the acquiring authority of t" HOLLIS V. KNIGHT
good quality I U. S. farm operators realized Lot 58 and 73.77 ,
Bradford -County. I have work- sylvania.You feet in width on of proceedings I of the taking of County Attorney
more liable to blackleg than are i a net income of 12.8 billion dollars land. in the school system for five are hereby notified that a the East side of said I.ot 58, con- described part as: a parcel of land 'iabove described lands, for the .> Starke. Florida
years as a bus driver and with the suit has been filed against you in taining 0.149 acres more or less pose set forth! in the petnii' in [ Starke, Florida :3 5 4t ;S .S
thin, low-grade calves in poor in 1953. Through this was 5 I maintenance department. I feel th41 Circuit Court of Bradford County. exclusive of existing road right of ,'" Commencing,",,,,_ n, at ScorOf'r_ ofoevuuii ---
condition.In I know most of the problems Florida in Chancery in which way. u Township a South Range'YY
percent less than the amount received that I East, and running East the'Section '
facing the schools in this county.I the Plaintiff, L. Anne Humes IS OWNED BY: Della Porter on
checking the herd, Dr. Sanders I in 1152! and 13 percent am a home owner of this county brings her action for Specific Performance ski. Siglar 1 of beginning line 2120 thence feet to a point |
of run South with
all I
cautions, check the young lower than 1951, it was 4 percent life have been 35 a resident old and have my Accounting and Declara- Parcel No. 6. Right of Way, SRD No. proper variations 660 feet; thence MOVING
I am years tory Decree as a result of the con- 6.
animals between six months and higher than the postwar low of worked with the feel boys that and I girls understand of- tract entered into by said Plaintiff, A strip of land across the South I feet run ;East thence with running proper variations North with 660

three years old very carefully because 1950. Income in 1951 reflected the the county them and and their needs. I also L. Anne Humes and Defendants, side of Lot 61 of Woodlawn ''the proper variations to the section :, -
whom I expect to be label Green McCrary and George Subdivision according to Plat 'I line 660 feet; thence running West LOCAL .
is most increased demand caused have two boys this age group sharply educated in this school system. If McCrary, involving the following Book 1, page 17, public recordsof along the Section line 660 feet to PHONE
likely to become ill with blackleg, by the Korean emergency. elected. I promise to work with the described property: Bradford County., Florida. i i I point of beginning, lying South OR DependableLONG
members for the > North 100 feet of Lot 23-A of the Said strip of land being 65.41 feet j|of and within 50 feet of
Board Kthool the
sicken and die quickly. Any loss Total cash receipts in 1953 were I other ment of the Bradford County original town of Lawtey, as in width on the West side of saidLot i vey line of State Road S-125 Sec sur- Economical 311,

of young cattle, especially year lower than in 1952 in 37 states system fame appears of record on a composite 61 and 61.26 feet in width on tion 2854-150 said survey line be DISTANCE
May I map on file in the office the East side of said Lot 61, con- ing I
lings, merits immediate suspicionof I and higher in 11 states. The decreases Tour appreciatediruman vote :and .support on t.f the Clerk of the Circuit taining 0.212 acres, exclusive of described to Section as follows 13, Township with reference 5 R. I3. Alvarez OR

blackleg. The disease must be ranged from less than 11 the 4th Xorman (Court Bradford County, Florida, existing road right of way. !I(South, Range 22 East and Section''
I the same being the North 100 IS OWNED BT: DeWitt C. Jones, !!2.. Township 5 South Agents For TRANSFER AND
Range 22 259-J
differentiated from plant poisoning percent in North Dakota to 26 FOR CO1" TY COMMISSIONER feet of that property describedin I Administrator of the estate of J. 'I East, Dtlcher I Bros.

death from lightning, bloat I percent in Nevada while increases DISTRICT! TWO a deed from Enoch Griffis and R. Howe, deceased. I Beginning on the West line of STORAGE CO.
my candidacy Mamie Griffis. his wife to Mab- Parcel No. 7. Right of Way. SRD No. said Section
announce 13
anthrax and other ailments. I ranged from less than 1 percent I hereby District I at a point 32 feet
for County Commissioner, el Green, dated: June 1, 1926. recorded .1 Northerly from the Southwest
I corner
of nude in Pennsylvania to 20 percent in Two North Starke) !'ubierto the Deed Book 34, page A strip of land across the South of said Section 13. run thence
Symptoms blackleg are will\ of the voters in the Democratic public records of 244\\side of Lot 62 of Woodlawn Subdivision North S9 degrees 58 min., 53 sec. STORAGEPen'man
den lameness in one or more I Mississippi. Florida's increase of primaries. If elected to this responsible County, Florida. according to Plat Book 1, East 5282.6 feet crossing the South

limbs fever and body 7 percent placed this state second office I promise to give my Yon are hereby required to file Page 17 public records of Bradford line of said Section 13 to the East
a high best efforts toward a progressive with the Clerk of the said Court County. Florida. Said strip of land line of said Section 24
swellings.Dr. I to Mississippi in gains registered. I and impartial administration of the your written defenses if any to being 61.26 feet in width on the I I.! feet South from the at Northeast a point Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

The realized net farm income affairs of my district and the and county the Pill of Complaint in said suit teett line of said Lot 62 and 57.11 corner of said Section 24. Containing 110.- _
Sanders stresses the importance as a whole, Your vote sup on or before the 12th day of April In width on the East line of 0.212 acres, more or I mr.
less exclusive -
: is obtained by subtracting port e"11be\ appreciated.Ewell Iaw son. 1954 and the same time serve a. said Lot 62. Containing 0.242 acres, I of existing road right of
of proper preventivevaccInatian estimated expenses of production I copy thereof upon Scruggs and Car- more or less exclusive of existing way.

of calves against from estimated farm SCROOL michael, P. O. Box 197, Gainesville\ road right of way. I IS OWNED BY- Richard Bennett Jr FRUIT TREES
gross FOR BOIRD I Florida, Attorneys for Plaintiff. IS OWNED BY: Eva F. Howe. and wife Elsie Dennett and Bobby
blackleg, as this is the only successful income. Changes in inventories DISTRICT THREE Herein, fail not or judgment will Parcel No. 10, Right of way, SRDNo. I Bennett and wife, Faye Ben-- AZALEAS & CAMELIAS

way to handle the disease. numbers not i nereoy announce my canamary I be entered against you by default. 10. net.
animals killed and livestock are tor bcnooi ttoaro, mstnci ores I The Bradford County Telegraph That part of: I Parcel No. 16, Lateral Ditch Right i
Since bodies of taken into consideration. I iKrnniter New Itiverj SUDjecl tow a newspaper of general circulationin NWK of NEVi of NWH of Section j of Station 4U--l.0| (PART) SRD :i r
by the disease are the chief tne l 01 the voters in tne uemo- Bradford County Florida Is here- 24. Township 5 South j No. 16. 1
J crane primaries 01 way. tam a by designated as the newspaper in p.ange 22 East and a parcel ofd i That part of: Flower Seed
infection Dr. Sanders dead animal be -
of soil that promptly uraaioraL.ounty.
source every residence ot
me long which this notice shall be published land described as: ; NWU of NEt: of NWi; of Section ,
cautions that it is important burned or buried. a veteran 01 worm war i once a week for four (4) publications Commencing on the Section line between 24. Township 5 South.
ana a memoer or toe county uemocratic prior to said date, April Sections 23 and 14 of said Range 22 East, ,
See local veterinarian for
your executive committee.<<; 11
12th. 1954.Witness. Township and Range at the pointof lying each side of and within 15
details on vaccines, treatmentand electee i win aevote tne tne necessary my hand and seal of said intersection thereof with the feet of a ditch (centerline said ;I Gro-Tone Magic Bloom Hy Gro
time ana effort to serve people Court at Starke, Bradford County East line of the Right of way oti I ditch centerline being described
control of and all to the as
blackleg ana county
district Plant
,',lot my Florida this 10 day of March, 1954. S. A. L. Railway for a POINT OF follows: Foods
Now other infections, infectious and I Iteous pest 01 service my acuity ana impartial, pledging consideration cour- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby BEGINNING, thence run East along I Commencing on the West line of
II Clerk of the Circuit Court the North line of said Section 23 Section 12
Township 5 South.
advises Dr. Range
contagious diseases :, at au times. lour vote ana
i support win oe aeepiy appreciatea ,By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk and the South line of Section 13 said 22 East at a point 32 feet Northerly PLANTS Larkspur Petunias Carnations
Sanders. I ana your commence win not oe 3/12 4t 4/2 Township and Range a distance of ,from the Southwest corner of said : ,
For The First Time I, m.spiacea. sincerely: I 150d feet, thence run South 14 degrees I Section 13, run thence North X9 I<
!NOTICE Tl APPEAR! West (being parallel to said I degrees 58 min, 53 --fc. East
THE RIGHT POINT for the I Ethan A. Sapp. ''In Circuit Court, Bradford Ce..ty. Railroad) a distance of 1000 feet 1283.0 feet to the POINT:: OF BE SEED: All Kinds Garden and Field
through this Florida In Chanrery.: thence run West' 14 degrees Northto GIXIXG'of ditch centerline run ,,
agency way you write. Come In and select FOR COfXTY COMMISSIONERI1ISTRICT !I Eleanor E. Thompson Plaintiff vs. the Right of way of said Railroad I thence South 0 degrees 01 min. 07 .
favorite ESTEKBUOOK I TWO Seward G. Thompson Defendant. thence run North along said sec. East 50 feet, run thence i -- -- -
you can obtain automobile insurance your I am a candidate for County Com I Case No. 10-388 Railroad right of way to the Point South 32 degrees 46 min., 07 set- '
Fountain Pen. Only $2.37: at missioner of District Two (Precinct Notice To Appear. of Beginning, lying South of and I East 250 feet to the end of said i i S1STRUNK FEED & SEED STORECall
which pays you for BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- ,Two North Starke) subject to the To: Seward G. Thompson whose within 50 feet of the survey line of I ditch centerline. Containing (for
wIll I ) of the people In the Democratic residence and address is: UNKNOWN. State Road S-125, Section 2854 said that part of said ditch in X\V'4 of
medical expenses resulting .Primaries in May. The knowledge survey line being described as follows XE!"4 of NWv of said Section 24)) st. Phone 39 Starke. Fla.
POLITICAL 1 of county affairs gained In my first You are hereoy notified hat a : 0.117 acres, more or less. ,
from ALL accidents with un- term should help me to better suit for Beginning on the West line of Section IS OWNED BY: Richard Bennet. Jr.

ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR serve you, and I pledge my diligent Divorce, custody and control of 13. Township 5 South Range and wife, Elsie Bennett and Pol.- ,: .
insured motorists. effort' to work for the good of our minor childrenhas 22 East (East line of Section 14, by Bennett and wife Faye Ben ,
'County. I appreciate the recognition been filed against you In the Township 6 South. Range 22 East) '! r I
This new designedin given our District above named Court and cause and at a point 32 feet North from the I iParcei No. 17. Lateral Hitch Rieht i
coverage, theyE'oard |
SCHOOL HO till) selection as Chairman of you are required to serve a copy of Southwest corner of said Section of Station 443-J-12.0 (PART), SRD a EL RANCKQ
response to demands of the I hereby announrr IUY candidacyfor ''of County Commissioners and I your answer or pleading to the 13, run thence South 89 degrees 58 No. 17. ,
School Board from District ':, solicit and will appreciate your vote complaint on the Plaintiff'i mitt, 53 sec West 550.23: feet to (That part of: i'
public for protection against r and support. Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr., a point on the centerline of State NWV of NEi of NW'i, of Section
!i Respectfully Starke, Florida Road 200, Section 2801-114 designated 24. Township 5 South RESTAURANTU. :
financially unresponsible motorists 1 Ij. L. Renfroe. and file the original in tne office of a survey line Station 424-j-73.77 Range 22 East '
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on on the survey line of State Road Lying each side of and within ]51|

provides payments for FOR SCHOOL IIOtRD jr before the S-125 Section 2854-150 RETURN feet of a ditch centerline, said ditch S. 301 at N City Ltafta
12 of April 1954 thence the Point of |
DISTRICT THREE day ; to 1'eginning centerline being described as fol-
bodily injuries or death from I I hereby announce my candidacyfor otherwise the allegations of said of the survey line of said State lows: Starke, Fla. \
JUST ONE member of the Board of Public Complaint will be taken as confessd Road S-125 Section 2854, and run Commencing on the West line of ,
ANY automobile for ALL Instruction Bradford County, Fla., by you. Nerth 89 degrees 58 min., 53 sec Section 12: Township :5; Snuth, Range I Dinners
from District Three (Breoker, New This notice shall &e published East 5282.60 feet (Crossing the 22 East at a point 32 feet Northerly Special Sunday
family members of the in- : FRIGIDAIREMade River). If elected I will do every- !once each week for four consecutive South line of said Section 13) to I from the Southwest corner of said I
General I thing in my power to prove my sincere wetks in the Bradford County Telegraph the East line of Section 24. Town- Section 13, run thence North S9 degrees SANDWICHESBARBQUE '
sured's household, in all cases. I[ only by desire to serve you honestly, : ship 5 South. Range 22 East, at a 58 min., 53 sec. East 1283.0 j
Motors Corp. All other {faithfully, and with a strong determination Dated this 4 day of March, 1954. point 1.2 feet South from the Northeast I feet to the POINT OF REGINNINfi .
,, to improve our schools.I 'OFFICIAL, SEAL Charles A. Darbj corner of said Section 24. Containing j
of ditch
l (centerline thence. RIBS
The cost of this run CHICKEN &
important Electric Clerk of the Circuit Court
Refrigerators and
are earnestly solicit your vote in aggregate' 0.838 acres, South 0 degrees, 01 min.. 07
I II support in the coming election. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk more or less, including existing road East 50 sera'I
made other feet run thence South
is really quite low. by companiesand 3/12 4t 5/2 ,
coverage -Howard C. Douglas. right.of way. degrees 46 min.. 07 sec. East 250 Curb Service 3-12 P.M\ :
cannot use the word IS OWNED BY: Richard Bennett. Jr. feet to the end of
said ditch
not let add it to center-
and wife, Elsie Bennett and Bobby P.ME1
line. Containing for that of
i Frigidaire. DISTRICT THREE In Circuit Court, Bradford CeantYFloridat Bennett and wife. Faye Ben part Open 6 A.M. 12 i;
automobile insurance policy? I said ditch in NWU of NEi of
II I hereby announce my candidacy 18 Chancery.: net.
I j! 'for member of the School Board Frank D. Smith. Plaintiff t 5. 'Har Parcel No. 13, Right of Way, SRD !more NWy or of less.said.Section 24) 0.117 acres, THOMAS:
District Three (Frooker New riett E. Smith Defendant. No. 13-Rev. HERB
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE River) subject to the will of the Case No. 10-391 That of IS OWNED BY: Emma Pearce Steaks
part a parcel of land
voters in the May primaries If \ot'f'. To Appear described Hill. RESTAURANT
I ? ?, elected I promise to faithfully discharge To: Harriett E. Smith whose resi- dividing line as: of Commencing Section 2S and on the 14, No 9
H. CALL of the office for California and Parcel Chops
the duties idence is: May ood, 60 feet East 01 the Florida Rail- 20RE'I I
THEN SEE the benefit of the people of my district i hose mailii:e address is: General road track (now S. A. I... Railway) lawn All U. S. 301 at S. City LimitsStarke *
the at large. Your S eaf nodSpeclallzing
and county :delivery, Ma> wood, Califo III running on said Section line and ,
AGENCY vote and support will be deeply ap You are hereby notified that a Township 5 South. Range 22 Ea"t.
.I dividing line of Sections 24 and 13 according to plat recorded in Plat IIIOPEN'
preciated. suit for
: E. H. SMITH -Stafford L. Crews. Divorce 1500 feet; thence South 14 degrees Book 1. page 17 of the nublic recordsof 24 HOURS DAILY
Thone West 1000 feet parallel to said ETadford County, Florida lying
In the &
has been filed against you Weekday Sunday
SCHOOL IIOtRU I Railway; thenl'e'I't 14 degrees on e.a'hidf' of and within 10 feet
FOR named Court and ana
200 E. Call Street above OWNED OPEP.ATED AND
North or at Right
DISTRICT O>EI angles to said of a haul road centerline saidenlrrhne
Tenth and Ave. I yon are required to serve a copy of Railway to a point 60 feet East of DINNERS
Temple I
Board described
School being
for as
Starke am a Candidate your answer or pleading to the com- : STAFFED BY LOCAL
Starke Fla. 11"1"1 One ( Lau teY). I am a I P faint nn_.. the Plaintiff's Attorney said Railway, thence North 14 degrees Commencing An the Rest line of
of thisrnunty and have East or parallel to said Railway Section 12, Township ."> So'uh. range
home owner Richard B. Austin, 100 Smith
I 532 f..d t t... 1'.,int of PeginnJlI, ." lj
... .
Ka 2 f ororth:
i li;<>t-n a resident of Bradford Cuiint Building, Jacksonville, Florida "t. at a point < -

>' for 4t1 years. and file the original in the office of I -- -,-
:- -_ : ,-. :': -.-_ ._ _- -' __ -.=' : :- -'Y:: i I am i interested in the develop- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on4|I
I mint and improvement of better j or before the 12 day of April ,
schools fur our boys and girls, hav- j I' 1954; otherwise the allegations ol '
LOOKING FOR A ing several grandchildren that II 1 said Complaint will be taken as'; New.
!. expect to be educated in the schools 'confessed by you. i roomier bodies !

of this county. They, being the men \ This notice shall be put>llsht./1 I
and women of tomorrow, need once etch week for tour consecutive i
schools with proper training and weeks in the Bradford County Tele
the best advantages possible. graph.
'Good Catch'SherwinWilliams If elected a member of the School D ted this 5 day of March 1954.
Board I promise to serve you sincerely OFFICIAL SEALt Charles A. Darby
honestly, giving the best of Clerk of tne Circuit Court.
my; ability and service at all times I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I New. construction !

support I earnestly on May solicit 4th.your vote and it I' 3/12 4t 5/2 rugged

-Dan \v. Starling. In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth

t, Judicial Circuit In And For Bradford i
FOR {'O"\T1' ('O't"IIIoIO'tR! County, Florida
I hereby announce my candidacy' :\ OF RILE MSI
>/r for County (Commissioner, District BRADFORD COl XTY". FLORIDA ) ,
Four (Theressa. Hampton. Graham). i a political subdivision )
;, 1i If elected I promise to give faith 'I of the State of Florida ) I ./ ..,... ,............. '.. V .
i ful, energetic and conscientious Petitioner. )
service to this important office. I I -vs.- ) &

i Ir will at all times be ready to con- RICHARD BENNETT JR.. et ) I r .. ts
r q't /r i fer and advise with my constituentsand at ) II d 3't
work for the best interest of Defendants. ) I S
my district and the county as a Notice Of Eminent Domain ProceeiInftd II .h .1 -
whole. Your vote and support in r
the May primaries will be deeply JIN I THE NAME AND BY THE I t

-Henry E. Hinson. I FLORIDA

+ I i r rfr f I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I ... n -
t FOR SCHOOL HOtRD AND to all person and par- i

a f i rP DISTRICT! 0EI ties having or claiming any right i in _
'l hereby announce my candidacyfor title, interest estate, mortgage or skit ,.Ic
School Board District One other lien to or on those certain '
i (Lawtey), subject to the Democratic parcels of land hereinafter describedand
Primaries in May. I am a property the following persons together
/ice owner and .taxpayer and if elected, with all unknown persons claiming
t 3 .' will serve my district and countyto by, through or under known persons ,
the best of my ability, always who are dead, or who are not I,
'peoples' best interest ...._ -
the -
keeping known to be dead or alive: arohn. .v
first. Your vote and active support Name and addresses Section 2854- 1 c r< It

'r will be greatly appreciated.H.- C. Kelly.. I 150 -County State Road S-125 Bradford d.Y u. .,aiy''i' './; .v tiy ri ., .- -. : .;,. iw yy,

Emma Pearce Hill
If You're A Home HandyMan You'll FOR COTTY f"O'tJ"IS'IO'\! Lawtey, Florida I ....x : a
DIVT. TWO CS. STARKE Della Porter Siglarski II .cw. : .. .a
i I am a candidate for election as Residence and address unknown; I
Want To Latch On To' These Fix-Up : a member of the Board of County DeWitt C. Jones Administratorof

'Commissioners for District Two the estate of J. R. Howe

Bargains "v ..Bradford County. deceased.
My record as a board member is Gainesville, Florida
well Known to the people of the entire I Eva F. Howe New Chevrolet Trucks.
House Paint $20510" county My years of experience'on Fair Haven, Massachusetts
valuable in administering -
will be
the board Richard Bennett Jr.
size house 12 Per Mo.
(Average ) mos. the business affairs of 614 Railway Street .

our county. My record is an open Daytona Beach, Florida
book to all the people in the countv Elsie ennett cfo work
__ J-M Asbestos Siding and it will reveal my efforts on 614 Railway Street more per day more work per dollar! !
. business
''all iiccaMons for strict Daytona Beach Florida
(Average size house) 36 mos. Per mo. 'economy in our county's financial affairs Bobby Bennett !
and faithful, just, and honest 614 Railway Street You save extra trips. That's bemission, you save time at every models bigger clutches in light- i

. administration Daytona Beach, Florida cause of the extra load space you delivery stop. And yeu can forget and heavy-duty models. stronger

Add-A- Ying Bedroom 00 If you elect me again to the Poard Faye Bennett get in the new Advance-Iksign about clutching and x shifting for frames in all models t
$25 of County Commissioners, you can 614 Railway Street
(All materials) 36 mos Appr. Per mo. depend upon me to see that our welfare Daytona Beach. Florida bodies. "New pick-up bodies are good! It's optional at extra cost on And your savings start the day I

funds and hospital funds are Harrison Mosley deeper, new:.stake and platform '/-, 3i- and 1-toa Chevrolet trucks.
justly, honestly and properly handled Clay County. Florida bodies are wider and l longer. Also you buy In fact, they start with (
and administered. Throughwise Josephine You save on operating costs. the low and '
Mopley price
Get Fix-Ups Done Now Save The Hot handling of our county's af Clay County, Florida they're set lower for easier loading. New power saves you money every tinue over the you miles.pay: Chevrolet con-is 1

Weather For Fishing Boating { fairs. we and will you not may need depend tax upon increases l Section Bradford%2854-150 County State Road S-125, : You save hours on the road. mile! Th Thriftaiaster 235" engine America's lowest-priced line of !

-, I tne iS S5 handle our affairs and to t Parcel No. 3, Right of Way, SRD No. Thanks to new high- ompressiOJ1 the "Loadmaster 235" and trucks. It's also the truck that has

Just Relaxing I prevent additional or increased 3Rev.A power, you can maintain! faster the "Jobmaster '261" (optional on a traditionally higher trade-la value. I
". people. My efforts for of
taxes: on our strip! land across the
I i improving; and enlarging our road South side of Lot 57 of a node schedules without driving at higher 2-ton models at,extra cost) deliver Come In and see all the

COME OVER TO OUR STORE system will again go forth. I shall lawn Subdivision according to maximum speeds. Increased accel- increased operating economy r
work for additional road funds from Plat recorded in Plat Book No. eratioa and hill limb kt wonderful new things you ,
state and federal sources and com- I, page 17. public records of < !1g ability YOU save with lower upkeep, get in America's number

(We're right at the S.A.L. Depot) plete our county's paving programto Bradford County, Florida. you save time where it counts. foo Extra chassis strength saves one truck. Well be glad
carry hard surfaced roads to all Said strip of land being S 2 feet in ,
parts of our county, and to thus give width on the West line of said Lot You save time on deliveries. you money on maintenance. ThereWith to give you fir the money-
t actual and definitely farm to mark 57 and 77.88 feet in width on the n in saving facts.
et' hard roads in our county. East side of said Lot 57. Containing '
I shall at all times in the future, 0.226 acres more or less, "e>
as I have in the past, welcome the exclusive of existing road right of OBl! Advance

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone advice and counsel of my friends In way; ALSO. a
the county and shall do all within That part of: RODE CHE R
my power to carry out their wishes NE 4 of NWKi and NWfc of frMco.
for the best interest of all the peo- Yw'4i Qf :\E14 of Section !4.
45 Washington St at S.A.L. Depot ple of our county. Township 5 South Range 22
The election this time is countywide East.

Starke Fla. and I hereby urge and requestall lying South of and within 50 feet
of my friends in all parts of of the survey line of State Road

.. .. .: I support the county me to and actively definitely help assure and S-125.line being Section described 265'-150. aa,aid follows.Rner; Phone 111 Starke, Fla. Cal! and Court Streets .

'c. ,. one and all that my services; oa the with reference to Section= IS, Town;. r




MARCH U, 1954 ---- -
-- James Cleveland Ma.tney. Plaintiff, i the Clerk or the Circuit I yeu.I Dated this It day' or March. es4.
7yT ...........Y..Y.Y..TTT..T.Y.TT I seemed to be very different, she i.Penetta. Shaw Tison, deceased 1934. on vs. Margie: Fare Matney, DefendantCase I ff before the I notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SeAL Charles A Dare
:this 8th day of March confessby each week for four ca *cuUv Clerk of the Circuit CourtDy
IS ,
took it and set it out in the No. 10-})) ; day of April 1J54;
/ up John H. Powell, Executor of Order Of Prtlteatloa A.a' Kotlee otherwise the allegations { in the Bedford County Tel.. Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I
;:4 I field. The plant apparently came the estate of Benetta ShawTison To Aipeiri State Of Florida Te 1 Complaint will *e taken as I 3i*> 4t *
up from seed, and who knows but deceased. 31It 4/2 Margie Faye Matney, whose residence fr o
and address is: 227 29th ,
DIARY !what it might be the start of a Street, Newport News, Virginia. i
3 new strain of berry plants which I' NOTICE TO APPEAR I You are required to appear on''
hi Circuit Cenrl. Bradford CoaatyFlorida April 12. 1954. in the above named
might do better than any we !. lh;: ..rrry. court and cause, wherein plaintiff

The author will be glad to receive I'' now have. Stranger things than I Samuel, vs. Theresa Thomas Barbara Sherwood Sherwood Plaintiff seeks Bradford divorce. shall Let Us Feather Your Nest With A Little Down I
County Telegraph
Items of interest concerning that have happened before. Defendant. Case No. 10-395; '
I publish this Order in next four
; the activities of farmers In j I Ii I Aolifc To Appear. weekly issues. I'
'' i' To: Theresa Barbara Sherwood.
Bradford County. Suggestions may4 We set out some tomato plants whose I[ residence and address is: 47jOvington Witness my nand and official
i ii Avenue, Haven Village, beat at Starke. Florida, this ;March
C bo left at the Telegraph office or in the field but will have to get 11,
iXew Brunswick, New- Jersey. I 1954.
: r mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey I i i more to fill out the rows. Hope i I I You are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby w 3 V t Ir
: !suit for I. r\\
we have better luck this season i As Clerk of said Court n ,
By Sam McGaryey I i I Divorce custody, control and I By: :Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk n a
-4 than we've had in other years, be- support of minor children ,Zarh H. Douglas, 505; Lynch Build

.......................................J ..........|I cause if there is one thing we has above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the I A ing.#ys Jacksonville, for Plf. Florida.3,12 4t 4OTICE i I
i are crazy about it is vine ripened you are required to serve a copy of I: -
All the while the robins were ; misplace is the tractor, even if hetries. tomatoes. your answer or pleading to the complaint -;i i :\ 10 AHPF.AR I
eating our I on the Plaintiff's Attorney A I II. Ctrralt Court, Bradford Con.iy,
by I
driving us crazy *
i I I
Ij j T.Landrum, Starke, Fla. I Floridt !. Chinrrrr. I
berries we kept looking forward I and file the original In the office of Marie D'Elia, Plaintiff, vs. AnthonyN. i
to the full moon in March for we I Old Finnegan the water pump I We had a fairly heavy rain dur- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I D'Elia. Defendant. I
or before the 12 day of April :
ing the week, and to tell the Case Xo. 10.96Notice '
were told that, robins would leave : got a swelled head from his unaccustomed -| 1154; otherwise the allegations of To Appears '
truth we needed it. For one thing said Complaint will be taken as confessed I I t Phone SO Starke. Fla.
To ,
for the north then. As the days I praise, and busted a j I : Anthony X. D'Elia whose res- -
by lidenrV
the moisture probably made the you. and address is: Unknown. : -'
went by it seemed the birds were spring. It felt like old times to be i I to the ber- This notice shal! be published I You are hereby notified teat -I ; : :- .. t Vt
fertilizer V
last we -
gave '
once each week for four consecutive bruit for
bolder and more determined I fussing with him and we got] ,
getting ries available and it no doubt : weeks in the Bradford County Tele-I Divorce, custody and control of''
without much
the trouble repaired
to do as much damage as graph.
I minor
helped our winter pasture take on I
possible before they left. They ate 1 1I delay. I Dated this 10 day of March, 1954. nas been filed against you in the : 3 Rooms .
some new life. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '
S. 'I| above named Court and cause and
I all the red berries then the pink i l Clerk of the Circuit Court I you are required to serve a copy of
ones, and then either ate or cutoff '; However, while checking the i f Ey Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerk your answer or pleading to the
I Our cows are divided into two! 3/12 4t 4/2 complaint on the PiainttU'eAttorney
I green berries, bloom and power lines to see they were not i _
l ndiuni
the bunch T. Frank
The first I Furnished
1 leaves But the morning after the shorted we pulled on the wire to I groups. In The Circuit Court Ot Bradford Staikr l 'FI"'ld.1all" Completely
full moon, the promised relief get more slack in it, and down I II i which never get out or cause (bounty, Florida, In ('hallt".r,.. file iln. ignuil! in the otfi .. "''
I'much Daisy. Hope,
fuss Joy :
i had come. Instead of 40 to 60 tumbled one of the cypress poles -
Blossom. But the other rascals,
robins in the field there were we put up recently. It had rotted i I

t only two or three, and we just, off even faster than a pine pole :I[ headed by Comfort, are fence for All Types Pest Control Phone or Write 48 PIECES

about shouted with joy. and we still can't figure it out. ,'busters or fence jumpers Slugger iir Ch
for instance shows his Bi ah-
I *
man blood by sailing over fences
The berry plants are starting Started work on a new fence'[ whenever he feels like it. We ,. 1\

J to grow again now, after being I to enclose the house pasture. We could probably give him something CHEMICAL CO. FOR

held bark by cold, red spiders, I have to shut it off from the cows II, to think about by introducing 2220 N. W. 6th St Phone 6035 Gainesville; Fla.

and the disturbance of mulching. for a while so that we can try i him to the electric fenci *-. DEMPSEY R. SAPP, Owner 299.95I
With the exception of the 90's I to kill the sod worms by dusting i '

there is very little fruit\ and we'll with chlordane. Then, too, we I We tried our luck fishing this MOSS CONTROLPECAN

i have a wait before we get any I need a little pasture to use to week. Had a lot of fun gathering TREES SHADE TREES ETC.
kind of production. It does look wean calves. We're using the I
1 bait worms and crayfish, but no Contact Us NQW For Estimates
good to see nice green growth I posts we treated, spacing them i results from our work. We're

coming through now and if it I about 10 feet apart and will use I'I going to get licenses and then Termite Control $30 DOWN Plus Tax

ever turns good and warm the I regular American fence wire. really go after those whopping Household & Commercial -

plants should put on their spring!I Corner posts and gate posts we're :' big bass that grow around here.

growth. I bracing with horizontal braces at j, There's nothing like fishing to Exterminating (BALANCE ON 15 EASY

the top. plus wire struts in the help you forget the worries of Rodent Control

,, Sam lost both tractor keys .1 form of an X.Ye understandthis I' the world! > MONTHLY PAYMENTS
and now has to start the tractor, is the best way to do the SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK r

by twisting ignition wires togeth-''job.
I, II .''-.fJ $; ; ''' '**'';'' ; -': -:,' ,: =- --
ei It's the old story of putting \OTICK OF I\TK\TIO\ i.-- j.SIi': '' '-;; : :: 7 : t. == -
something away in a safe place | Our rhubarb grown from seed I ICEGI"TEIC rinrnois ".\,III -: _+ ::j J"
1 is fizzle, because I
and then forgetting where you a we forgot I Notice is hereby given that the I
put it. Well, one thing he can't i about it for a while, and the weedsdidn't. I undersigned, under the provisions
Looks like what needis of Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida
\ we Acts of 1941, will register with the t 3 ti
some crops that grow like Clerk of the Circuit ('.'Ult in and AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S NOW
for Bradford County. State of Flori- x
Auditing weeds, and some weeds that grow of of publica-
Bookkeeping da, upon receipt prjof
like crops. tion of this notice the fictitiousname it
FICItl. ST.\TFa6T5IifOMi of Hed Seal Electric & Machine kSSk
: T\\: I Shop, under which 1 am engaged in
By Alice has a berry plant she business at 106 Washington St.. _

Kormrrutoniulitp ComptrollerII. found in the hog pen that she is 'Starke.. Fla.F. 4
W. Oraudon general deliverySt.uke. frf.1
II. MKII' SO W. 23 St. .
Ja.-k.omillr. Ila. I'huue 3-0U1: nursing along.. She noticed it ; Fla., sole owner. i '
'1 19th day of March.
growing there, and because itThat's |A.D.Dated, 19.14.this at Starke, :Bradford '
,Coi..4v, Florida. r
>! 3/19 4t 4 t
Our Business .\IM'l.irTIOFOIl FINU.
If It's Glass We Have It! la 'ourl of the (',auty Juiler,
Bradford County, Male of Flori
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In le the Estate: t of Henetta: Him
Joe Peters Glass Co. Ti-.n. !I.i".d. IX F'ROBATi!:
4 '1'11\1.1. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-
given that John
\.rtire; i is hereby
FOR ANY GLASS NEED II. P. +vell filed his final report aTe '
iiti.r of the estate of Benett.i
L We Design Modern Store Fronts Sh.iw Tison, deceased: : that he h Just Mail Us A Pattern for filed his petition for final dischargeand V \ :
that he will apply to the lionoi.il.le -. : ,
Table Tops Theron A. Yawn. County.lotge ,,
'. of Bradford County, Florida I 5" "a
1313 N.W 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 ( n the fifth day i>f April, 1954; for.I: \ rti i
"\IMiioxal cf same and for final dtshaise It
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I Lamb. I Potato Weevils 1' decree, 5t min. East a distanceof TAKE NOTICE That a. Declaration AUTHORITY Wf TIn ST. TE CFts.icres more or less.
[ 29.25 feet to the South right ,j'| of Taking has been tiled in the FLORIDA I :1 B3 OWNED' BY.I: J. R. l'rew-lt and |
SOIL CONSERVATION I Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Crosby May Be Controlled I IiBy of way line of Wanee Branch of':above style eau e-, by the petition TO AU WHOM IT MAT CO.V.CEJO wife, Elsie Crews
and daughters of Tampa spent Seaboard Air Line Railway :;['er. the acquiring authority of these .\ AND to all persons and parties I' You, and each of you. ar hereby
thence run South 85 degrees :31 I'proceedings, of the taking of the having: or elaimigtf any right, 'I commanded to appear ;n he entitled j
NEWSBy Saturday night with the H. H. Dieldrin Dust j nun. East along the :boutherly: above described lands for the pur- title, interest estate, .nortgage or court on the 5th day lit April 1954,
Lewises. !I! line of said Railway right of I I pose set forth in the petition in other lien to or on those certain parcels :t to show what right title interest
I'', Dieldrm dust has been I way for a distance of S4.SJ feetto this cause, via: As right of way. for of land hereinafter described II I or liens, you or any of'ou.. hate j
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Thornton approved '
Bill Haas : a half inch iron stake, thence j a portion of State Road. :WOo In' and the following persons together in and to any of the above described
visited his parents in Wateroak for sweet potato seedbeds for control run KaMerlj along the arc of a Bradford County. Florida and that with all unknown perseoa claiming'.]lands and show cause why rite same, j
| of sweetpotato weevils, accord-I curve which curve has a radius 'lone of the Judges of the Circuit |by, through or under known pr-i|.1':should not be taken for tht uses and
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION Section Sunday. j lit 722.59 feet and is cviuive to'!Court of the Eighth Judicial CIrcuitof i sons who are dead, or who are not > I purposes set forth in the oettUon
Rev. W. E. Hall was a Sunday ing to Ed A. Ayers plant comimissioner the North and has a chord which Florida, will on the 15' '*. day of known to be dead ui a.ive: 1 filed herein.
:I State Plant Board of from the half-inch iron stake March A.D., 1954.; at 930 clock
SERVICE t dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. { : last aforesaid bears South 59 degrees in the forenoon thereof. in Circuit J. K. CREWS ioU Summon i iI i iI TAKE X\. ICE ThaI .i i/'. i.uauonof
'Florida. But, he cautions, treatment ii mm. East a distance of ,Court Chambers Bradford I Road, Jacksonville Florida. II,( Taking has been filed .i. no abovet
Lucian in County -
in Starke.
Conner i ,' '
ELSIE CREWS. 44 Stimson > > led cause 1the petL.lDer thescquiringiuthorlty
1 .Ma'aM.-U...... I is recommended for seedbeds I I 94.10 feet to the iron stake next Court House at Starke Florida I ..
1 Mrs. T. N. Norman and son of hereinafter mentioned Road, Jacksonville, Florida, .1.1I i of th- II' >ceedings
I ) to an iron :consider said Declaration of Tak-
"The Board of Supervisors for I 11 this little field. It pays to ferti- i ]Heilbronn visited the H. M. ,(only. stake set at the intersection of i ing1 appoint appraisers and make i SECTION 2804-201, STATE ROAD of lands the taking, for lIf the th- ..n. t described set
I :
More research is needed before the South line of said IS, BRADFORD COrVTY. purpose
1\IC-1 Railway such order as the Court deems' -
Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- ]lize." 1 Raes Sunday. I the use of dieldrin will be right of way with the Westerly : ;.Parcel Xo 44. Right of Way Sill 1 forth in the petition ill ;nttause,
accept- .,
I MS. As right of way I' r portion
hidill hold their regular I line of said State Road :00 a di>- All parties to the suit and all par- No.4& ] ,
| able as a treatment of I of 248. That of 'of State Road 1$. in Brad d N>un*
Ben Holtzendorf. district cooperator I sweetpota- lance 03 feet to said Pointof ties interested may appear and be part : |I' .
monthly meeting Thursday. April 'ty. Florida, and th.it d' the
ferti- ; I toes grown for the market. The :, Beginning being situate ill the :, hard at the time and place designated Lots 3 \and 9. Clock 7 of Ward of the Cinu.t the
district's Judges < n
used the >
:I, at Uoyd Green's home," statesV. ( I research leading to the of diel- SWt of S\Vi4 of Section 28, i City Brooker) accor&ng to Plat I''Eighth Judicial iiuint, P'.irlda
lizer distributor on a new Pensa-1 use Township 6 South Range %2Ea..t WITNESS my hand and this seal recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 21,
R. Ferguson Chairman. The,1 1 will on the 15th da 01 M!ar' "D.
thin dust in sweetpotato: seedbeds of said Court on this :3rd day of I public records of Bradford foun-I 9:10: ,,'vlo .k ,
1954 at tI
he to ,1\ 'nOOI1thel't'of.
Board will continue the discussion cola bahia pasture plans put Report was done by the U. S. Department'of LESS and except the South 429 March, A.D, 1954 I! ty. Florida described by metes in Circuit l','mt namnersIn
some calves onRURAL feet thereof. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and bounds, at follow B. ,
on the Water Policy Project. It Bradford Count''l J : Vi' In' at
Agriculture. l lying West of and within 40 feet i iof Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- I
i Beginning at the Northeast condrr
i corner Starke, Florida, : -1'aei'ia; -
was found that there are a few p Commissioner Ayers recommends the survey line of State Road ford County. Florida i of Lot 8, Block 7 of Hid Ward City 1 ration of Taking apl'.lt i ..11".u..rs

rases recorded in the Court COMMONSENSE from the following procedure for the i 200 being Section described 2S61 as- follows said survey: line BOLUS V. KNIGHT I Etooker) run thence Southwesterly -'I and make such ordi r ..- :1'I ur
County Attorney ,
along the North line <>f said Lots deems
House concerning legal action !, treatment of sweetpotato seedbeds Ieginning! on the South line of Starke Florida :3/5 4t 3:26OTICK. ,8 and 9 to the intersection of said II proper. %
SW 4 of SW'4 of Section 28. Town All parties to the t 'I aU
: with dieldrin dust : North line and the Kist right of
which have taken :
place involving ,. .,
ship 6 South Range 22 East at a parties interested n iv jl\" it end
( :\ OF nTE\TO\ line
way Slate Road 18. Section
Use a dust 2 : 451.0 feet Westerly from the be heard at the tin e and tlace
the use or misuse of water. Someof Congressby containing percent point RF.r.IVIKIt .'U'TnlOl"oIE: : 2304-201.:! run thence houth 5 de I
SUCCESS OF LIVESTOCK I dieldrin (nongranular Southeast corner of SW', of SW, : gree59 mm.. 4. Westalorrg designated
) If this is "ec.
the tonics for discussion are: \of said Section 28, run thence North Notice is hereby given that the WITNESS my hard .u.,i -t'al
MAX I1EPE.NDS OX CAREGIVEN not available, dust either : 17 mm. undersigned, under the provisions the East right of way line of I I .
1. Excessive amounts of wa- containing degrees 34 68 sex. East said State Road IS a dittance of Si j of said Court on tin- u .. jf
TO YOUNG STOCK 1 1-2 2 1-2 1087.23: ft. to the Eastern extensionof :' of Chapter 20,951;; Laws of Florida. : I March A.D., 1954
percent or percentwill feet run thence EatI10 the
tei"occurrmg at a given time or BILLY MATTHEWS : be suitable. the South line of Clock 2 of J. G. :'Acts of 1941. will register with the East line of said Lot If| at a point i,, OFFICIAL SEAL) ('h...., s \ barby
Alvarez Addition to the of Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for '
City Clerk of Clrm" ., of
place resulting in serious damageto I i I 95 feet Southerly from the Point of I' : \ "
How well Florida livestock pro- Make first app.cation: when first Starke, Florida according to Plat : Bradford Caunty. State of Florida, Beginning, run thenc> Northerly i Bradford (",'UntL F"; I nnour .
land, crops and improvements. recorded in Original Plat Rook 1, receipt of proof of publicationof
will Taxes have been much in the along the East line of said Lot 8 .rs V. KNIilT"ounty
ducers do this depend ,
2. of specific year plants begin to show color in.page 14 (also recorded in Renumbered this notice the fictitious name'of '
Shortage di-tanie I
a a of ;5; feet to the Pointof AttoriuvFlorida
to extent on the care they news lately and in the House we !.steins Plat Book 1. page :251 I public Starke Seafood & Poultn under '
I a Apply on and around the KefniiniiigI'unt.inmg 0.107 iiarke. 'I* tt
amount of water at a given records of Bradford Counts Florida. which I am engaged in business at
and plate resulting in competition give their animals during the have passed two tax measures base of those plants present. Containing 0.049 acres more or less. ,, So Walnut St.. Starke. Fla: t- --
next few weeks. 'during the past few days. The Second application should be exclusi\e of right of way of said Leo Hunter, Starke, Fla., sole -

among users. The farrowing and calv- (: first measures concerned excise''made when all plants are Apply Walnut Street. 1 owner.
3. Expansion of industrial spring up. IS OWNED BY: H E. Tucker and i Dated this 5th daof March. A.D.
ing season is under way on farms taxes. By an overwhelming vote [, to: top of row so soil next to wife. Annette L. Tucker ,11954, at Starke Bradford Count,
tit ics and agricultural developments of the the House decided to 10 all plants is covered. SfBJECT TO MOKTGXCE: Dated Florida.
and ranches in all parts put a ? DID YOU KNOW ?
:154t; 126:!
causing a water problem : Make July 11, 1951, from H E Tucker
state, and the farmer or rancher per cent excise tax ceiling on third application after ,and wife Annette L. Tucker, IX

among users. must succeed in raising these most items taxed. Some of these plants are pulled, if needed to keep FAVOR OF Ida \lex.inder recorded In The rirruit- Court Of The FlfttlhJudicial
The Board is interested in getting : in Cook 26. pa e85.: .
soil covered. Circuit- In \od For
as much information as pos-(' new animals to good market ,items have been taxed up to a (: (Ida B Alexander a- Admini'-tra- Bradford County Florida.I.a \Vhen you need service on your Automobile -
size and quality if. he is to havea maximum of 20 per cent. A 10 If plants are allowed to run, j trix of the estate of J. 1" Alexander \\ :No. SOOZ '
sible on the water problems herein deceased. \oriCK OF : Truck Vehicle of
make nur. MSI.BRADFORD make
satisfactory production year. per cent ceiling effective April another application at the : or any or
Bradford County so that it You. and each of you, are hereby COUNTY, FLOK- )
I Whenever a young animal is 1 would cover transportation, time the plants drop to ground t ti commanded to appear in the entitled IDA. a pol :ical subdivision > model complete services can be had at
can present a more complete water and start runners. court on the 5th day <.April, c't the Stale of Florida )
to the State lost. even at birth the livestock long distance telephone calls. 'j I''j4! ;; to sh.what right title. intfl Pttltl"llel '
nolifprogram producer loses the profit from ,!i jewelry furs cosmetics. admission -i I Apply dilute dust at approxi- .."-!. 01 IIMIS, Mill o>- ,ui\ of \o\!. \s ) THOMAS TRUCK TERMINALAND
Association of Soil Conservation matelv 1-4 pound per 100 feet of ha\e in and to anof tin. .il..\e devnli'il J R. < 'IK\\-! : tt al.. )
his livestock enterprise is reduced tickets, luggage. club dues. ', .
Districts Total I I.\lltl- an.1Ii. >\ i IM whi 1'ttendani )
that much. Raising seven of photographic equipment. light : row. dosage should be 100 the "..iinehoiinl, n''t I I.. i.ikt.n f..r] :\ just
pounds of 2 percent dust per acre* the u't .1 ml |1',i,,r ,t'I, 1 'I i O h III ..:
The other day we were discussin ten pigs from a litter should not bulbs and tubes pens, mechanical For applying, use an ordinar tin. I'' MI't "'II ill-, il t 1 I. I 1'I: i HI I: ::\ \vi! I : \\i i > i iV: TilE l

? land capabilities with District be considered satisfactory by any pencilscigarette lighters. smok- pn_.'__ <..__ _..Lu"CO''CU'YIJe
unary or plunger Did know they equipped to
cooperator E. D. Allen. who farmsin swine producer such a loss ing goods and firearms. Many of .hand duster. ----- .., _. you
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the Hampton section. lIe re- three pigs out of ten. means that us felt that the cuts should even Sweetpotato growers; who follow handle any job large or small?

i"arkwl"The soils map of my he is only 70 percent efficient be extended to other items. However this procedure. says Mr. A)t'rs. iLLL

place' surely shows me the different : The same is true with the man the cuts as approved will will benefit in their attempts t o Did you know the best in front end

types of soil I have" The who is raising beef cattle every cost about one billion dollars im i i control the sweetpotato \\ee\il '% SIGNED BY55.OOOw1iLWN, ,
arid wheel
:'oils man which is called a land calf he loses is just that much off revenue and President Eisen- I'i I : DEC 23, 19/3... Tw/S HISTORIC ACT alignment ', balancing can be

.-ipabihty map that E D. has of his efficiency rating. hower has expressed the feeling Section :201-in! I State IIi.-ul! "" Id V* P'DED FOR EXPANSION OF THE secured atTHOMAS

h's place not only shows the different What are some of the things that even this revenue loss is ex I ETad'ord Cou."vPart"1 : I
Right ofV.t IviIi1t SYSTEM WHf
types of soils, but it also that farmers and ranchers can cessive. i SRD Nf S \ II TRUCK TERMINALAND

:hows the locations of fields, do to avoid losses of new ani- ,, The other tax measure whichwe A parcel of Und a--. 'J i Jlj1\t 1 t'1 NECESSARY. IT ALSO

htrrams. fences roads houses .. mals Dr. T. J. Cunha head of have considered is the fam- i I i East scribed side land of the follow iK ,1i 1' > \t.)4 '1 JAlI, INTRODUCED MORE GARAGEDid

and other permanent objects. the Florida Experiment Station ous H. R 8300 the 875-page tax ,i Beginning at the .utln\-t' ., \ _. I ; EFFICIENT WAYS FOR

animal husbandry department !I revision and tax reduction bill ner of Lafayette Street ami I v,I'' ,11. '
1 Martineau's': : Walnut Street in the Cm .,i -i' .,i ", I .. %fi CLEARING AND know the best
stopped by Philip calls attention to a few of them: reported by the House Committeeon and running Souther) along t''!,. r you tune-up serv-
place at Graham the other day, 'I Welt line ft ,tiout Walnut Mi I COLLECTINGThe
Provide clean farrowing quarters Ways and Means. This omni- 276 ice in town is atTHOMAS
feet for -
and he was building some cowpens point of liepim, n,. _
for brood sows. bus tax bill featured the first I theme Southerly along tin \\ ,, CHECKS.5 .
He laid down his hammer line of South .
i Strut -
I I'1''
Be sure the sow gets a good major revision of our tax lawsin feet tiience "alnut. TRUCK TERMINALAND
Wevt -
; 18S 5 fei
and said. "Come, I will show t i. u"
you balanced ration enough for the past 70 years. It is regrettable -I Eat line of Adams Str....t i t'i.', '., r = -
what fertilizer can do." So we i I Northerly along the EaM 1 im. -. GARAGE
her and her pigs. that not only the idea Adam -
| Street 1568 -
walked to field of oats feet : I th! ;
over a -----
Provide: adequate space and 1 of revision was incorporated in[ Easterly 186 feet to the pojnt of S i
that was very green. He said, beginning. ,,_ i_ .' ece () ir
guard rails in farrowing quarters the bill but also the 1 -
idea of tax -
"See how green this oats is, and 1 : 'Said strip of land being 1.13 feet Did know the latest in testing
so pigs will not be crushed bythe reduction. My feeling was thatif .in'I width on the North end ami 4', you
I get plenty of grazing from feet in width on the South end
sow. Provide clean land suchas 1 tax ,reduction were to be given Containing: :204! square feet more American Banking System including the equipment for your engine under actual operating -

oats .pasture for the sow and I it should be made on the basic of ''or less. ,
--- -- !'AGREEMENT condition is used when
FOR DEED tuning
her young. what is of the most benefit fo'. ; her 15, 1940 from Ella Kate: septem-Swin- FIDC, is the strongest in the world today.We .

Keep an eye on brood sows andbe all of our people. I supported thE, I yer IN FAVOR of Olive Rumpol- Your Engine.
i Book
ready to help them in farrow- effort to increase the 13. page 107.
personal exemption ASSIGNMENT OF AGREEMENT
Wash Your Clothes ing if necessary. from $ .no to $7t)0) which. I FOR DEED: January 24. 1941 certainly invite you to ue our banking sen ices. < -

9 Pounds Provide adequate feed for pigsuntil although it would cost $2.3 p from.? J.Olive P. Young Rumpol and wife IN" FAVORS Ella I). and we will be glad' to discuss your financial probems! Did yov' know that Thomas Truck

peanuts are ready for hog- in revenue, would mean a tremendous .. Young-recorded 34. in Book 4, page with you Terminal & Garage will appreciate the

For 40c! !ging-off.. And be sure adequate'minerals amount of extra pur-I Parcel No. 15 night of Way i
chance that their services the
are available for thepigs chasing power in the hands of th(.1 I SRD No. 15 & No. 16 to prove are
-I That part of a parcel of land described C
FREE Bleach If Desired at all times.r individual consumer to combat i"I by metes and bounds as fol best.

r As some cows may have diffi- growing recession in certain area;; lows
oWe I From the point of the interi.-('-
I jculty in calving it is highly important of our country. This recession tit :ft I tion of the South line of Se
to keep a close check onthe develops into a depression coulc I :-S: Township 6 South Range :2J! O
Will East, with the
Westerly right of
i herd and be ready to assist a cost billions I
t us many of dollars; nay line of State Road NoOn j

:l cow if necessary. There are now approximately 3.- run North 17 degrees 4. in in FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
Dry Your Clothes Kat being along the \\f-teih'
i 1 If cows appear weaker than 700,000 people unemployed especially line of said State Road Ni>. -'("> Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage

For 20cIn ; others and are not giving enoughmilk in the industrial areas o f : for a distance of :;t>t> '+7 It ,'r t" LY.7:=.t1iI
1 an iron stake fur a point i"t !I.... Member
: for their calves, feed tiiyo lour country and if we includi? ginning and fioni tin. point' ,01. National Group Phone 91 is fz-mi. South r s soi

New Automatic Driers! extra. I those who are employed 30 hours s ', beginning thuv 11..11..1. i l I".;1 .
North 7J degit 'v, I is nun, U M
Treat navels of calves and pigs I week or less this figure woul i for a distant' if 2.-.1 f'd to ai

e also with iodine solution "to prevent !-i jump to nearly seven million peo. iron stake. them *' inn :N,,,ith I 4 _k _'__""' "' -.---.--- -

infection. pIe who are either unemployed or.

Vaccinate all young stock to 1 I what we might call partially emI I

The Washeteria protect them from blackleg and I ployed. The attempt to increase1

malignant edema. '! personal income tax exemptions 1\| Only the Prce j You

Templee.. Stark
'. p and particularly the young ant-j voted for the bill. H. R. 8300.
:E"i ii '
-w-'-- -'''' =- mats.! at all times. 1 which as passed included a revenue -

The way in which the livestock : reduction of approximately

piodiuei cares for his stock during 1.4 billion dollars with 778 mil-
I Pontiae is !
Low Priced Car}
t the next few weeks Dr. Cunhiemphasizes lion dollars in relief going to in- a
will have an '- dividuals under various tax

port ant bearing on his succes s! changes and 619 million dollars

this year -- -'
going to business.
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Last year I introduced a bill -

TTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1PINE 7 permitting the deduction for income -

tax purposes of all medical I j

FLOWERSFor LEVEL expenses within present limitations I.

J The law as it now stands

AU Occasions In :Mrs. II. :M. MtKae I. permits deduction only of expenses I IMp f I

above the first five per cent
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AAAALAA&ALAAAAAAAAAAAA.1Friends A. of gross income. I was glad to I I

of MiV_ E Hall. ou see that this tax revision bill carto t

pastor's wife will be glad t ned the provision that medical ) -

( ) expenses exceeding the first three |
j know that she is improving i m j

Glendale Hospital Palatka. anis per cent of gross income could beg 1 jI

looking foreward to comin deducted. This was *a big step in :|

DISH GARDENS home this week. the right direction. There were I If' i r

Mr. and Mrs. A. G Fouts c) many other favorable aspects of i,,i t
POTTERY H. R. 8300 such iI I
as granting teach-
Lakeland Mrs Crosbof iI
and Alice V rp' ,
t"s ers and other retired persons certain -I
POTTED PLANTS Tampa were overnight guest r l ,. _

of Mr and Mrs. II H. Lewis ani; exemptions from retirement _- .. .
/ ,
for tax and I-'
pay income purposes ,
Flowers Wired accompanied by Mrs. Lewis. wer I
incentives to business and I
to Jacksonville where the visite'
Anywhere Mr and Mrs Joe! Jatkson The'n private, systems. i'iI
Nona St. Starke the pal ty spent Sunday. night at i I _

CI'n fine Spi.n s with MisK ;5 'iII I .
id? ( irruii (onrl Of Ike Kiekth
r- -'-. '_ _. ;. ',.&., ',, __"5l '..
I: '> < ;t ._"! .t1,1: :Mi > Robei it Jadirial n..hDd For lirad- II :h.4 ,
f..rd ( UHlr.. Florida --.:: \ \,,,, .-'"', (.,, .
-- IJIMo" NKL'lOT I i. .!IifI'_ ...... _-_ ,;. ",', _"",,.7'.7"',,'"".. '",,- __.
> E OF HriF Msl" -'
H'FIIRL; ) rorxTY. FLO- ) I j I
!F'.ll'.1 ;political -iulnliviMon ) Ii .
': the Stile of FI..rid\ > i(| The good news on tlie prne tj-i i i ni.tinif.ii'turin; so fint and sound that r '' '- '- DUAL.RANGE HYDRA.MATIC

V'. I'ettIner )I i! the only cMiJYiite llut i'oiitiai is )Pontiai' is iorId-fdnioutot econonivami a, tt"dffi..1! uilli l'ontia""= ini }hlK.-,t

HUNDREDSof P Yf.t'lG..t D..f..ndant al. )) priced near UK \ip ))0\\1.-" dependability! engine! deliverfmfi! '
Sot ire Of Eminent Domain Fr. ,.,..dlaart I you get e\er\' (prideroniotin| ;: quality I Add to these fine-car features the -.. amwith peak fi'onoltl1'. :

I i \vhen J *ou buy a Pontiac-impres- Brakel'iv er ."terring, f.miifort-
fact of Ponliac's "
IN THE NAME AND BY THE modest cost and .mtrol .
you $ N-al, Llei tntH\ IIIIIIW i
details are managal' and economic she size, I l beauty I luxurious
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF ; dii.tinguit.hed this Heres all .
get answer: you'iv ever Lifts aUo optional
ally attended that only a trained andl'areful FLORIDATO interiors and masterful, fine-car anted at extra c-o-L
i the '
ALfe WHOM IT MAY COX- for least youll ever i>ay.ve ....
organization can attend when 'ERX.XD to aU persons and parties ; performance. and drive the car that challenges: 1

the urgent need for serving is at title.having interest or. estate claiming mortgage any right.or You get e\erjthin for extra: personal the finest-and lowest-priced! t .'

hand.DeVVITT. other lien to or those s
on certain satisfaction, too-\\onJerf ulh' '
parrels of land, hereinafter described i I A
and the following persons roomcomfort.. a roa >el- .

I C. JONESPhone I 'Iaiming together with by. all through unknown or persons under i.I ing ride, superlative I handlingea DOLL.IK FOR DOLLAR \Ol C.I.VTBEAT.1 POHTIAC'S SUPERLATIVE QUAUTY H. "rparent _

known persons who are dead. or i e and instant response to when you open the Hide door The ____
7 I
Starke, Fla. who are not known to be dead or the accelerator. f finot n\lon and leather eivr the
t-- een S fl rrs.rfluneral alive: ;I epjnoiHItodiea
I Names & Addresses Section %ZO1t i And also thU 11 71 T'F"II C living-room beautv and oomlort-as
} Director Ambulance Service i 113 State Road 2W Bradford ; you get tremendous 1 a'Il.11Il demon-trated bv the di-tinjui-liol and 1m.unuus .-
CountyJ. I plus and
P. engineering: Custom interior illu-irated ab-/ve. ---- ._... -
our local funeral home enables oa to offer conveniences &U I
Address Unkn,wa
services not otherwise available Ella D. Young I
Address Unknown 0

-_-aS fl.fl"SSrSflSfls VJSSS SSSSS S 2 re-s H. E. Tucker

We furnish the highest type service at l lowest prices.. and ,, tarke.Annette Starke.: FloridaIda Florida J... Tucker Simpson. Urquhart Pontiac -

u.ccrpt ANT life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY H Alexander
Starke. F!,>ndi
company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral Ida C \:ex.xtnirr \i.: .nistratrix

Consultation carries no obligation. I of the. decease Estate of J- B. Alexander. COlt COURT & JEFFERSON STS. PHONE 67 P 0. BOX 24S <,< STARKE FLA.aa .

seeF.s rssrpfln flr.rr.r S ,.. ,
ssrrsjs.tn l $t4! IK.Fl >r.da

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FRIDAY. MARCH 36. 1954
I i past week.- l!be out soon. !
Methodist ChurchRev I[[Christian Church I
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and Happy Birthday to Carl Nor :

Robert D. Sommer. the ;;I Bible School 9:45 a. m. Worship children were visiting Mr. and: man, Mar. 17. and Bobby Austin H. C. KELLY FOR SCHOOL BOARD

I ; Service 11 a. m. and 7:3 p. Mrs. W. A. Brown and daughter. 'Mar. 10.
new pastor of the First Methodist |' m. Prayer: Meeting each Wednes I I Beth and Mrs. Rita Brown of| Mr and Mrs. Edwin Knight and DISTRICT ONE LAWTEYBorn

Church of Starke. will preach his day 7:30 p. m. J. E. Sherwood'Dunnellon Sunday.Mr. family of Baldwin visited the and reared' in Bradford County. Experienced -

first sermon on Sunday morning. Minister and Mrs. Cleveland Sulli-'' Leonard Normans Saturday T in School matters Hat servedas
March 28 at the 11 o'clock church
van and Mrs. Percy Sullivan of :! E. C. Harvey was a business School Trustee. Presently serving as
At The TabernacleA service. Rev. Sommer was appointed PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS! i
Presbyterian Church I John Branscomb to Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I II |,visitor Ito Jacksonville Friday. City Councilman at Lawtey where he has
by Bishop CHURCH
I I JO. W. Raborn and daughter Mrs. I Our Kevival began Sunday, Mar. I owned and operated his grocery store for
Friday. March 26 3:30 p m., group from Lawtey attendedthe serve as the pastor of the Starke Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. F. M. afternoon. ,
Sullivan Tuesday
21 through Sunday. Mar. 23 is 1! Believes in honesty and fair playin
G. :Mit- 'I years.
Church after ReThomas
Junior Choir practIce. Saturday night service at the Morning Service a.m. Mrs. G. W. Raborn. Mrs. F. M. I;|.being conducted by Rev. Cutshaw

,r Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; morn- Tabernacle, which was preparedand chell was transferred to the Lake Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Sullivan, and Mrs. Bennie McRae i 'Shore Methodist Church in Jack- Prayer Meetings Wednesda! I 'II Your Vote and Support Hill Be Appreciated
ing Worship "Jesus and Zac- conducted by W. B. McKinney. have made several business trips' have been represented A
sonville this week. Rev. Sommer 7:45 Saturday aigMj
cheaus", 11 a. m.; Youth Fellowship -i i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns has served as the Associate Pas- night : p.m. I to Gainesville and Starke this.!!| Thought for the day Jesu r: (PoL adv. Pd. for by H. C. Kelly)
Joe Harden and Calvin and son Larry of Gainesville were past week. Never Falls
,;tor of the First Methodist Church j j FAITH BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY
Pace hosts 6 p. m.; Evening Worship -'present at the Sunday morning,in St. Petersburg for the past FLA. I Mrs. Reed Lewis and daughter I)- t
"Meet Simon the Canaanite;worship and Mrs. Johns sang a Rita, returned home Tuesday fromMiami.
two He is graduate of Preaching -!
a School 10
years. Sunday a. m.
and Judas lacanot", 7:30 p. m. (beautiful solo, "The Love of God". f Enroute home they stopped .'I
Asbury Theological Seminary in 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek[ VOTE FOR AND ELECT
Wed.. March 31, Prayer Meet- Mr. and Mrs George Fields of in Auburn for two days.
( I Wilmore, Ky. Rev.: and Mrs Som- sen-Ice Wednesday 7:3.0 p. a+. I
ing 7:30 p. m. Adult Choir prac-t Lakeland are occupying the Prop- 'mer with their two girls moved A, E Massey, pastor. I Mr. and Mrs. Bennie McRae and
tice 8 het's Room this week while at-' WILBUR F. ANDERSONYOUR
p. m. left Monday
i into the Methodist Parsonage Bible School-10 A. M. daughter, Marcia Ann
the-Sudan Interior
Thurs. April 1. Monthly meeting tending ,Thursday afternoon, March 25. I afternoon for their home at
Board of Deacons, 7:30 p. m. Conference at Park of the i Rev. Sommer will also preach CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ,Camp Lejeune N. C. .

IHMPTONCHRISTIAN I! Palms. |at the Sunday evening service at !I LATTER DAY SAINT I Milton Mott has returned to
I !
17:30. Everyone is cordially invitedto !! Services each Sunday In old Ma- [West Palm Beach after visiting:
come out to hear and to meet I sonic Hall on E. Calla St. Sunday|his parents. Rev. and Mrs H. H. CIRCUIT JUDGE
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship Sunday Scnool 9:45 a.m. Special -
,this new pastor. i School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- ,Mott, the week.
Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program I! service by Rev. R. C. Crosby i, I past I
6:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:30p. : :jat 11 a.m. Public invited. L. GHemingway t I ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. I Sincere wishes for a speedy recovery I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon. pastor. pastor. ': St. Mark's Episcopal II to the following who are
WOODLAWN I on our sick list: Bruce Tinney,I Wilbur F. Anderson native of County, is 45
Rev. Raymond E. MaeBlain BAPTIST CHURCH !! is a Levy years
'. .!W'.J, : ":;:.:: .._'1it.- ', ..,,- o Schedule of Services' LAWTEY, FL\. j and Peggy Dave Edwards.GreenHIGHLAND. Patty Bigham i of age. He is named to the former Marguerite Partin .:>f

SUNDAYS 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m'i i i Kissimmee. and they have two daughters. He is a Methodist, z a 1

9:45: a.m., Church School 11''I preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: : prayer Imyyyyyylftnltvf VUVV I I Mason (Past D.D.G.M.) and Past Patron, Order of Eastern f

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke a.m.. Morning Prayer & Sermon; service, 7 o'clock song servicea.i7:30 I>. I t Star.

6:30 p.m.. Young People's Service t evening services. i if I He has actively practiced Jaw since 1931 and is serving hi-
f i
League. third term as County Judge of Levy County, being re-elected .

....... .. HOLY CO> IUSIOSI CHRISTIAN SCIENCESOCIETY in 1952 without opposition. He has served for approximately I. ,
'" I I '" I IIII I. II I I' I Mrs. NormanI
Sunday 11 a.m 3rd. SunI !I By
I I i I seven years as Attorney for Board of County Commissioners
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor I I day 7:30: a.m.FRIDAY > Orange Park, Fla. j ji llAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday! .
I i Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- ; and Prosecuting Attorney of Levy County. Judge Anderson

i Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town : 7:30'p.m.. Litany & Meditation. I day School 11 a.m. I School 9:45: a. m. Wor- I was assigned by the late Governor Dan McCarty and ;\<'t-

19| p.m., Choir Rehearsal.i : j Wednesday Evenings-1st Wed- ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. ing Governor Charley E. Johns as County Judge of Alachua

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 i I nesday each month 8 p m [I m. each Sunday. Prayer each County during the illness of Judge H. H. McDonald.

,,, 1: Church of Christ Public cordially .invited. Nursery -I Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Teachers I Judge Anderson is qualified by education, temperament! and
II '" :
maintained for all services. meeting each Sunday 6:30: p. m.
Comer 10th and McMahon legal experience to serve you faithfully, fairly and impartially -
' Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. i Community Center Building, Don't forget Homecoming Sunday
i Preachinff A. M. and 7:3l i Kingsley Are. and Highway 17. {Mar. 28. Come out and enjoy the as Circuit Judge and he pledges you such an admimstia-
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M.1.I PM. 'day with us. lion of the duties of this high office.

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study HEILBKONN Those attending church here
I Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. I
-ach Wednesday 7:30: P. M. 1 BAPTIST CHURCH from out of town were :Mr and Your Vote And Active Suport Will Be Appreciated

( .- .. .....n...". .. '8"" 'ih'. ""- .IIIa.: : '"" Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching -Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson of Auburn- i
.' _!: 1>f---_ : I<'.!>)I : .__."
',1 ,
St Edward's Church 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: 'dale Mrs. Sara Lee Brown of (PoL Adv Paid for by Wilbur F. Anderson)

i p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m Prayer Maxville, Jonnie Mae Strickland.
i I !! __ ._ ...
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. !Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Wilbur Mobela, Amanda and Barbara Ii i I It -

Weekday Mass T:30 a.m. 'Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor. 'I Gene Wilkinson. Wmfred l t!!I = ,II

,! Children's Class Saturday 11 :,Wilkinson of Jacksonville, }rr. and l

The LISTENChurches ,I a. m. rv n..vmmyy.mmyyBROOKER Mrs. Truby Wainwright and farai-

: Keystone Heights ly Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Mary 1
of Christ TO TIlE I Women's Club) (:Sapp and children all of Lawtey, CRUSADE FOil CHRIST:

HERALDOFTRUTH I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thomp."OI1i n ,

I Confessions before all Masses. | Jacksonville were visiting thei
By Polly Wait Jr.
Salute You i i Lacey Normans Saturday.

i UWaaAVIWVAaIaaAat j Edwin Griffis of Fort Bragg
Church of God I
WJHP 8 A.M. |Club Arthitira jN. C. spent the weekend with>; REVIVAL MEETING MARCH 29TH APRIL 9TH

ROMANS 16:16 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning friends and relatives.
WGGG -1 P.M. The Brooker Home Demonstration -I
Worship 11 a.m. Evening I T. E. Pease of St. Mark's.. Ga. .
Club met Wednesday, March
4 Service 7:30 p.m YPE Service was in our community last week 8:00 Nightly .
i 17. at the Community Center for
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet I Little Sharon and Terry Moslej
In Starke West of Bus Station ng 7:30 p.m. Thursday. I Jan allday'Orkshop.. have the measels. Hope they wil -.. -- -
Lawtey j I Newly elected officers are:
Sunday School 10 a.m. MOrnIng -I president;
'W. T. Blair Vice president; Mrs.
YPE Servo
I Worship 11 a.m.
Rogers Mrs. W.
ng! Saturday 7:30: p.m. I secretary;
Sermon "The Millennium" |I E. Bigham, treasurer; Mrs. Lottie

I SEVENTH DAY |Edwards, council delegate; and vt

ADVEXTISl CHURCH | Mrs. Dave Green, publicity
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M. chairman.
Services each Sabbath in old

Sermon "The Lord's Prayer" Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sabbath -j Members were reminded that
School 2 p.m Preaching the State Council Meeting will beheld

mach second and fourth Sabbaths I July 1. 4( *

Bible l Study Wed. Night 7:30 P.M. 11 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor i BrcDker Garden Club members I .

f I lible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. I were guests of Mrs. H. W. Bennett
Everyone welcome. at 'Tung Acres" Friday af-

,.. ternoon. An open forum was held.
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Personals I.

Mr and Mrs. W. E. Bighamand I

BIGOE8T ,I guests children of Mr.were and Friday Mrs. M.night A. CHARLEY E. 2
TIRENEWS IN YEARS Abrams of Gainesville. I JOHNS & SON ; I

Weekend guests of the Junior'' about this question

Bighams were Sgt. and Mrs. Robert :

-Y Bigham and children of Tampa -:'
After Last year one of my friends R
10-day leave Sgt. Big- Evangelist H. Malcolm
ham and family will leave for I' had his outboard motor stolen.

ilieJ lle"GOOOJ Puerto Rico. | Another lost his overboard in

>MJfJlI.' Mrs. Russell Green and children'': Pastor Southside Church
were visiting in Lake Butler Sun- deep water. A neighbor'smotor Baptist Winter Haven

day. and boat burned in a
Russell Green and oldest daughter boathouse fire. Is there insurance i ,
Beverly, made '
a trip to In-
to cover a motor and
diantown last weekend. i
Little Neal Hazen. son of :Iofr. boat from all kinds of loss or

and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen came" damage?
I home from the hospital last Thursday -

We are certainly glad to'i' prI
hear that he is feeling better. I i
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. and
Hazen ; t
family, and Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Charley E. Johns&SonAgency I lp I tI
1954 Hazen of Gainesville and Mr. and I!' : -v .

Mrs. V. V. Hazen of Starke were .
G' r
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey I

CordSuperCushion Hazen Mrs Sunday.J. N. Wagner of Gainesville ,, $.f..,.: : } .
All-Nylon .
has been the guest of Mr :. -, ;
v and :Mrs Albertus Miller this
r ", '

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t i W"K.,.' f" ) \, ,,

ON OUR SPECIAL ,"- Music By The Gonzales Trio

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IWv reuardlrs1; ot the condition of your pre<:- II

', em '!'ires. well allow \ou theu hill ahiehfii ,I ,
traded loi ni'w !Nylon Super-Cushions. A physician is a busy man. Day and nighthe //r I

t R. is to those in need of r .
ready to give succor y
t Up to 12more mileage than last year!
his Let be fair. Do not telephone him
care. us
15'/ greater skid protection! rat Pastor Bob Gray Sobg Leader I
mealtimes just because you know he can be ,
Quieter ride less squeal on turns! t
i1 reached. And do not call him at night, unless
This tire U made with Goodyear's exclusive -
: I
Triple-Tempered 3-T Nylon! The absolutely necessary. Confine your calls to his Special: Don't miss the beautiful duets of Pastor and

result? A tire so strong tl at impact blowouts office hours as much as you can. That is what ,

J are almost unheard of! office hours are for. I Mrs. Malcolm who will also sing in each service I

I Its remarkable anti-vibration tread has 1806 Keep your appointments promptly, or notify him in I i .t

ATTENTION NEW CAR OWNERS inches of non-skid edges. 880 deep-cut safety advance that it is impossible for you to do so. In short Nursery Open -- Everyone Welcome
Cord slots for 15 ater skid resistance. Yet thistire \ O e 1 E EI
Trod for stronger, safer AII-Nylon costs only a few dollars more than a treat him as you would wish to be treated were you the ,

Super-Cushions today. It will cost !Ills standard tire! "Trade today without delay". physician. A sympathetic appreciation of his problems I

. than you think! TERMS! Pay as low as $1.25A greatly enhances the help he can give HAMPTONi

WEEK for a PAIR! Call on us for competent prescription service. I

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\Rita I Easterly ISO feet to tte point of !SW of SW of Section :!S. Town-
Alaska BHS Nine Bows Interest In Track Revived At BHS
Drew Reddish Home From ; Hoywortfi beginning.Said Ship t South, Range 22 East at a
strip of land beirg 1.93 feet point 451.0 feet Westerly from the
In width on the North end and 2.48 Southeast corner of SWVJ of SW
In To Leave For Greenland To Eo//es 3-2; Team Will Enter Jax Relays Today At Florida feet in width on the South end. ot said Section 2S, rufc thence North*<
Just Time Containing 204 square feet moreor 17 degrees, 34 min.. OS sec. East
less. | 1087.23 ft. to the Eastern extension

Don't ten 2nd Lt. Drew F. Red They were then required to sleepin Meets PKY Today Bradford High's track squa\1 in 10:5. Richard Henderson i|, One of the most famous stories I AGREEMENT 15. 1940 from FOR r Ella>EFr Kate>: September Swln-- of Alvarez the. South Addition line of to Block the 2 t..f..t.J. '..;

I dish. son of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D., 5-man tents heated by small will be entering the first meet of seems to be the fastest runner on I' of world literature, Somerset yer IN FAVOR of Olne Rumpol- ctarke, Florida according tu }'..u

Reddish it was cool around here stoves, and that wasn't too bad. Bradford's baseball team will the season when the boys take I the low and high hurdles a new I Maugham's "Miss Thompson". i'ASSIGNMENT Book 13. page AGREEMENT 107. !i page recorded 14 (in also Original recorded Plat in Re-r.u-HOOK ..

tbia spring. He's back home in But Reddish says that when they seek its first win of a 16-game part in the 11th Annual RobertE. event for Bradford. Donald Slade i which has inspired a famous play. i' FOR DEED: Januar: 24. 1S4I bered Plat Book 1, page 25)) IK..UK

Starke after a 30-lay hitch of tern- were billeted in rough lean-to's schedule today (Friday) when the Lee Relays today (Friday) at pole vaulted 9 feet last Thursdayand i' 'Rain', a number of movie versions O from'1 J.Olive P. Young Rumpol and wife IN FAVOR Ella D. Containing records of Bradford 0.049 acres County! more, Ki ur"r n d"..:&.

pantry duty at the Army Arctic overnight. the cold was felt and local nine meets P. K. Yonge in an Lee High in Jacksonville. j high jumpers are plentiful. and a Broadway musical, is '''I'L 1"oung-record..d in B.>ok 4. page (exclusive of right ofa). ot.ud
324.: __ Walnut Street.IS .
Indoctrination School at Big Deljla. I there was some griping. afternoon game in Gainesville. j Bradford's cinder and field men I with Stanley Clark last season'sfirst once again basis for another motion -Parcel No. 15 Right of Way 1' OWNED BY. H. E. Tuck.r and

Alaska (about 100 miles southeast Movement in winter is easier Bolles School of Jacksonville i will be up against good fast competitors ,. place conference winner picture. Under the title. I I SRD No. 15 & No. 1C wife. Annette L. Tucker

of Fairbanks) where the temperature in this region, be- edged the Tornadoes 3-2 Tuesday \ i I I "Miss Sadie I That part of a parcel of land described -j SUBJECT TO MORTGAGEr>aia
I than in summer since all classes of high ;, Marion Harrington and Robert Thompson"IIoith Rita i by metes and bounds as fol- July 11, 19 hl. from H. K Tu'I\,-.
got down to 53 degrees |cause everything freezes up solid afternoon in an extra-inning game' schools will be represented at this ,! Humphries. Clark also excels in Hayworth in the leading role, it !,lows: and wife Annette L. Tucker IS:
he knows what cold be 43 inches played in Jacksonville. j I! I I From the point of the intersec-I FAVOR OF: Ida B. Alexamirr r, -
below zero. so (ice on the lakes got to event. i the Ihotput and discus throw. : will show at the Florida Theatre t, Lion of the South line of Sections corded in Book 2'. page 3xj;;
Edgar went full I'
weather really It. -' I thick) whereas in the summer Akridge seven Coach Hobbs has entered 28 Billy Moore and Clifford Martin this Sunday and Monday. | : Township C South. Range 22 I' (Ida B. Alexander a? Adm.n-:: ..
Reddish went in service Sept. down. One innings for the Tornadoes, but 'I : East, with the Westerly right of i! trix of the estate of J. J*. Alexander
bogged Aldo -
:, ,equipment gets the'' boys in the track meet composed ;:.are concentrating on the 440-yard I Ray is cast in the princi- way line of State Road No. 200 deceased.You. .
was lifted.for Edwin Johns in i'
5. 1953 and took Transportation i big problem is the preparation of of 15 events. The meet begins at I i I, run. and the half mile relay looks pal supporting role. as a lusty i run North 17 degree. 42 min.. II | and each of you. are h-
/ Basic at FortEustis. bottom of the eighth after Akridje I East being along the Westerly
training I commanded
Corps I j by to appear lo tb- > ntitled
nths. He ,food.Game tired and loaded the bases on'': 2:30 p.m. with the coaches pow ;ii : good. Reddish. Ferguson, Strick- Marine who wins Sadie's heart. i line of said State Road No 200 !, court on the 5th day of .Vpr:'.
Va. for two :)
fO j is plentiful in this part of I walks. i[ wow set for 1:30.: land and Clark make up this Jose Ferrer, one of the ablest for a distance of 366 S7 feet to'I 19S4. to show what right. t1l:... 11. .
vaa then assigned to a Transpor- Alaska. There is buffakt. moose |I I I actors I an iron stake f\\ r a paint of beI!I I terest or lien*. you or any at > ">i,.
tation Arctic Group consisting of The Tornadoes scored first in the New conference rules require foursome. currently on stage or I I ginning and from the point of I I II have in and to any of the abose'>-

and 365 enlisted at !caribou grizzly bears, black third inning when Akridge banged ,. each member school to have four i The team's next meet is with screen is seen as Mr. Davidson, I beginning thus, described run 'I scribed lands and stow cause uhv i
64 officers men well North V degrees! IS mm. West
Kodiac bears. as as I the same should not be taken for
i bears.
Big Delta to familiarize the troops out a hit. went to second and sports for the school term. Brad- Lake City there on Friday, April the fanatical sin-chaser who is i for a distance of :254! feet to an 'I the uses and purposes set 11111 :m

with problems of over-ice movement ;small game. Reddish ate moose third on errors and scored onBuck's 'ford' has had a track team for 2. The team is working hard to- II I I both repelled and attracted by ,t iron stake thence run North U'' the petition filed herein.
I and caribou, and lots of ptarmigan ;i 1 degrees 50 mm. East a distanceof i I i TAKE NOTICE That a !>?'';.tril
of equipment and personnel. similar quail but second hit of the game. the past six years, but interest i wards the conference track meet I the South Seas charmer. I 229.25: : feet to the South nght' lion of Taking has been filed ;n t''II,-
bird our
They were taught infantry tactics a to They picked up another run in the ;;, among the boys declined during set for April 24 at the U of F. This exciting story was filmed of way line of Wanet Branch of above styled catiK?. by the p<>"t:..u
twice big.Reddish : Seaboard Air LAne Railwaythence .
as er. the acquiring authority of th <
on mow and ice and used skiis as fifth inning when Buck reached the past few seasons. I| Boys making up the track team Ion location in the Hawaiian islands run South 85 degrees 31 1'I proceedings, of the taking lOt Ui

Ore means of foot travel. I is home for only a short I first base on an error, stole second. Practice for b "o; interested in where the natural min. East along the Southerly above described lands for the IUP'
leave. and expects to shove off I advanced to third Elder's sacrifice -: are: Irvin Bell, Lamar Clough, I splendorof line of said Railway right of I pose set forth in the petttt-ut u.
The clothing worn by troops in on track began back in January and I
months lagoons and beaches, and the way for a distance of 64.63 feet this causeiz: : As right of vt.o. t. i
for five temporary Zack
this area is adequate to protect soon and scored on Pringle"s enthusiasm pickr 1 up rapidly. i Wayne Douglas Crawford 'tropical luxuriance tu a half inch iron stake, thence I a portion of State Road 200 m
against the cold Reddish says. 'i duty at Thule, Greenland. After double. i Last Thursday Coach Hobbs 'Kenneth Elder, Max Furlong,, hills and I run Easterly along the arc of acurve I Bradford County. Florida. and t h..t
''all his traveling around which ran i valleys fonned a beautiful back- (which curve has a radiusof one of the Judges of the r-n, .u
Troops wear specially designed Bolles same back in the bottomof off a trial track meet at the local Bobby Joe Hall, Don Slade, ground for the action. .:!:!.59 feet and ;., concave to ''Court of the Eighth Judicial Tin Ht
100 includes 35 states in this country the fifth and knotted the score I the North and has a chord. which (lof Florida. will on the 15th d.t\ >.i
( t1flg, including per cent he still likes Florida best of all. 2-all when bunched athletic field, obtaining times on Eugene Garner Albert Newman, I I from the half-inch iron stake i March, A.D., 1954. at S.Stf o.-2 1 R
wool underwear (long handles he : a coupleof all the races. This greatly helped Richard Henderson Tracey Jones. i IB The Circuit Court Of The fllf..t..1 last aforesaid bears S'>uth $9 degrees In the forenoon thereof. in <'in .1 i it:
hits to score two men. The 15 min East a distance of in Bradford .
Chambers '
called them). heavy trousers with I Judicial Circuit I. Br.d" Court ''un.'t
and additional -Fashion Show game rocked along then until the l in placing his boys in the events Townsend Strickland, Stanley I I ford ('OUDt,.. Florida And For 94.10 feet to the iron stake next ). Court House at Stark-, Florida,
inserts parkas carry I; they could best do towards help. Green. Charles Noegel Billy Law .No. soo.1 : hereinafter mentioned) to an iron ;.consider said Declaration of Taking -
trousers and parkas which bottom of the eighth when Bolles I! >OTICE stake set at the intersection of appoint appraisers and make
Set For April 8 i ing themselves and the team. On I :Moore, Ronald Brown, Clifford OF Hl'lE NISI the South line of I
were not needed. Footwear consists ; scored again to break the tie. i' ,BRADFORD COUNTY FLO- ) I sad Railway .such order as the Court deems i 11:11.
Each team collected 6 hits Tuesday part of the team practiced ; Martin Charles Jenkins, C. W. !;RIOA. a political subdivision ) right of'a) with the Westerly ;,,er.All
of rubber. fibre-glass insulated and of the state line of said State Road 200 a distance parties to the suit and all p..! -
j The Junior Woman's Club is at the of | of Florida ) .
toots; with a barrier oommitted 5 errors. Akridge track field. Slade, Robert Humphries Marion Petitioner of 24S.03 feet t.said Point I ties interested may appear ami t"*
vapor presenting their annual Fashion struck out I| Bobby Ferguson and Jimmy | Harrington. Charles Kirkland. I ) II of Beginning being situate in the heard at the time and plate Je-iK
seven -
men walked )
which holds the heat TOC.NG.Vt $: Wof\ SW, Of iection
I J P 2!. nated.
The men were subjected to In. Show April 8. at 8 o'clock in theevening seven. hit one batter. Bucky Buckgot Reddish the two fastest men on I '.'Bobby Ferguson Jimmy Reddish. Defendants.al.. ) I' Township 6 South. Range 23 1 WITNESS my han and thi, MM!

I in the Woman's Club two hits Ned Pringle the team, ran the 100-yard dashA L Rathel Jones. and Stanley Clark. \otir.. or" Eminent Uomala ) East. I lot said Court on this 3rd d.iy oi
tense cold in stages. At first they u_ _. ____ one. lug pror..d.1 LESS and except the South 420: .March. A.D., 1954
slept out of doors in the fields in Building. I wnicn was a aouoie. and Paul Rivers IN THE NAME AND feet thereof (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles IO\rl"!

double-thick sleeping bags and Tickets at 75c for adults and!, Vernon Teston. and Edgar ; Magazine Article Led To Reunion AUTHORITY FLORIDA OF THE STATE BY THE OF I of lying the West survey of line and of uitMn State 40 Road feet :i i Clerk of County.Circuit Florida Court of Bradford -

were comfortable although the 25c for children are available Akridge each collected singles.. TO ALL WHOM IT I :oo Section :2S01 said -urvey line : BOLUS V. KNIGHT

temperature got down to 47 below. from any club member. Bolles' pitcher Litz, struck out rPPV AND to all persons MAT and CO- i i being described afollows.: County Attorney
batters Of Father And Son After 23 Years having parties Beginning on the S-u-th line of Starke, Florida 3 :; 4t ? :"
I but walked or claiming i
_. jsix only two h/I"....,, .ft_ _-. ._h__ any right. .
_____n- -_ -fl--. J men. Watson, 1st baseman, un--cai, e .I.ue. mortgage or ,
banged other Hen
I to or on those certain'
i I out two hits to lead his team at distance of over a thousand i case of Marion Oorbm. who along I'arcel of land hereinafter described A-II A-I

WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE I the plate. miles and a period of over 23.!' with Claude James McCool was together and with the all following unknown persons i I' Values
i Thursday afternoon of last week years separated father and son. 1(sentenced to life imprisonment ati!'i claiming by through or persons under II

j the Tornadoes played Lyle Buck'i In Staatsburg. N. Y.. Theron A. t j Raiford for the 1951 murder of known who persons who are dead, or
I are not known to be dead
j Raiford team in a regulation prac-, Yawn, Sr. resided. An official of :Claude Beaver. Yawn, Jr. was convinced alive: or I

llITHI I : lice game and won 10-8. Coach the New York State Department of of the innocence of Corbin Names & Addresses Section 2801- I
I 113
I I State Road 200
I t I'' Hurst used all his pitchers in this. Labor at Poughkeepsie he was and offered his services in the in- County Bradford I USED CARS

j, game. with Akridge going the first[ unaware of the location of his son. terest of justice. j I I J.Address P. Young

RADIO I hree innings. And, of course, here in Starke. j Argosy Magazine through a [i Ella'D. Young Unknown

I I County Judge Theron A. Yawn, Jr. i i feature series called "The Court i: Address Unknown
Next Wednesday the Tornadoes' I'I H. E.
I had no knowledge of the whereabouts of Last Resort" investigated the and
El- AND go to Lake City for an afternoon I I Starke Florida
game, and on Thursday night they| of his dad. whom he had ,Corbin case and printed a story :! Annette L. Tucker .

: not 'seen since 1931, although he about it, mentioning the name of Starke Florida
play Gainesville High at Harris, 1 Ida B. Alexander
TELEVISIONSales field. ,had made many efforts to find Theron A. Yawn Jr. I Starke Florida

him. I 1 A copy of the magazine was Ida B. Alexander Administratrixof OPEN 7:30 A. M. Till 5:30 P. M.
.., !
i In Estate of J. B. Alex-I
a country as large as ours. read by a friend of Yawn Sr. and j" ander
| deceased
Guard Leaves 'with over 160 million people. father -,called to his attention. A long distance Starke. Florida

and son might never have phone call resulted and father section! :SS01-U3 State Road 200
and Service Saturday MorningFor
--- !located each other. and son subsequently got together Parcel \0. RIght Of Way _

ssrp-flpnS7trSSS_ Sn 5 JSSSSflJ5S USS SJSSSS ItS Camp BlandingThe | But, as a lawyer, Theron A. for a weekend visit in New SRD N... S I

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I Yawn. Jr. became interested in the York after a separation of 23 years. A hast parcel sid of of the land across the I I
local Headquarters Company, i; wnbed land: de-I

--- Saturday will leave the for armory Camp at Blanding.10 a.m. Keystone Lions Rites TuesdayFor Bftginning of Lafayette at the Street Southwest and South corner -!, MADISON PHONE

Walnut Street in the City of Starke I And ADAMS 118
where the unit will spend Satur- Mrs. LipfordIn and running Southerly
along the

Sell It Rent h Trade It day various afternoon weapons.and Sunday firing > Light Park; I Green CoveMrs. 2.6 West thence feet line Southerly for of South point along Walnut of heirinnine the Street Went I!',I

All units of the 2nd Battalion, Softball ToniteThe Nina Richard Lipford 77 line feet of $..uth Walnut 'r.'t 101 0
; theni'f West US i f>et to the STARKE. FLA.
wiTh A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ; 124th Inf.-Co. E from Ocala, F died suddenly Monday morning at Hast line of Adam Street thence : ( A-l

from Jacksonville, G from Gainesville new lighting system in the ,her residence in Green Cove 'I I Adams Northerly Street along 156 the* East feet line thence of !'

H from Leesburg and Head- Citv ark at Keystone Height Spring. She was the widow of the \I .

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place quarters Co.. Stark will take will have its first public use tonight late Charles E. Lipford, a prominent -\ ; :- = -= t- .. --- .- -

part in this firing exercise under merchant -- ._ = : = ] : ; I
I ',. (Friday) when the Keystone -: early of Green Cove. I' __ __ __
the direction of Battalion Commander Mrs. Lipford was born April 30
I' Lions meet Rotarians of I
:0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - Me Col. T. K. McClane. I 1875. at Stark Her parents were
[ that city in an exhibition soft- j
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cflIsVOLT Weapons to be fired in the bat-: the late Capt. John C. Richard,
I ball at 7:30 o'clock. i
OF IS PER CENT OV! TWO OR MORE I\9KRTIO! UJion include machine guns, M-I' commander of a Starke infantry
rifle, carbine rifle. auto- J I i The new liehtin system was
Browning company which he organized dur- 'I
23* ADDITIONAL FOR BLIXD ADS OR ADS !NOT PAID IN ADVANCE I i mafcic rifle, and pistol. Personnel 'recently: completed as a proiect ing the Civil War and Mary Morgan ,

1 will be housed overnight in the of the Keystone Lions and consists I Richard whose
wooden barracks at Blanding.The of twenty-five 1000-watt to Middleburg from Croton
Conn.Survivors .
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I Unit Administrator, CWO A. 1 fixtures. Adequate lighting' provided I' include a daughter., I IT IS UNLAwFULFor

L. Crosby and the mess (kitchen) for tennis courts basketball I Mrs. Carl H. Rosen sh of Green

I"personnel, headed by Mess SgL J. court. badminton. softball. I Cove Springs; and a sister, Mrs. I,
THE FiSH AUK BITING and children's playground equip D. Williamson of A.I I
I.N LIKE LOCH LOOS A I L. Alvarez and assisted by Cpls. Bradenton. I

COMB TOOR"'S A. J. Thomas. Starke, Fla. Bobby L. Crosby and "VV. C. Phillips ment. !, Funeral services were held in the I'I'I

FISH CAMPUAE Pfc's Poles] for the installation; werp Methodist Church at Green .
KtEHlTHI FOIL Wayne Dougles Sidney j Cove :
TIlE FISHERMAN OFFERS Jackson, and Leslie Douglas, have provided by Clav Electric Coop- !{' Springs Tuesday afternoon at4 !I Any Person Persons to Engage in '
4t 4/! or
arranged a menu that will high- erative and lighting: fixtures were :o'clock with Rev..Arthur A. Jame- ,
1nuarbpr of olilrlr and M* I
}'LPIL SALE-Fram'e house on Fine connlryctnl dwelling; Idea' light country fried steak for Sat : donated by Humphreys Gold son officiating. Interment was in''

St. off Alton Koad. lota. Citywatcr kllHalrd and appropriate far urday supper and fried chicken Corp. The Lions raised money to the family plot in Hickory Grove'i'

Terms and if lights.desired.bath See complete.J. W. larger; or families room or The for? raa apartment bepurrhaited for Sunday dinner. [ purchase the wire and did the !,Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

premises. 4tp 4/6: Funeral Home '
Thomas on at reatonableprlre Promotionsithin the unit this wiring job themselves. j I in charge of ar-

WANTED TO BUY Property on I term* and upon attractive week were Cpl. Lynn D. Hamiltonto 1 Jim McKay server as chairman L rangements. I

lllchw&jr :301 north or south of Sergeant and Pvts. Gerald Gay Active pallbearers I I
of the were nephewsof
Starke also small farm. Write "i l few. select ldentlal lot project. The Name Is
and Wallace Parrish to Privates Mrs. Lipfoid.Mayor's Registered
8n 1( 1003. Starke. Fla. Stche 3/19 on beautiful HlandlBK Huuletard. I I
Our i uld thin .....J.. a 1-c. t
few left. Buy and build the I! Fire Destroys
RADIOS REPAIRED I dream house In this eirlunUr : AdviceDidn't .

All !Mikm All MiNlrUH addition to !Stark Appro\ed Funeral TuesdayFor -
,.M..ablr charter _.r...." for \ ..\. and FII.l. I.oanx. : Country HomeFire i Sit Well 0' \

Cu", f". .1..PUF.Rn Mrs. MagyariMrs.
).> W. OU St. Starke Pk. 539 I 4-: bedfoom dwelling North of With.Jimmy
1 City Llmlt. on LS. 301. Lance I j i
bcantifal lot. Make me a cask Mary Zdi Magyari, 77. of undertermined origin I
offer. Someone Mill buy thU the home of Mrs. A1': Most revolvers have lethal
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire : a resident of Bradford County for: a i Read This Florida Law"It f
at Bus Station. tf home ttllhln the ae"t week.Hea look to them. '
..enK for veiling. the past 30 years. died at the Gonzalez on the Keystone Road but the one on themayor's I,

I about 6:15 Wednesday afternoon. desk at Municipal Court ,
4 of her son. John Magvari
Station GaraKr
"Tltl Special Sale on blooming Ala- cummrrrlal at home at the time last Monday must have far ::
No one was seen shall be unlawful for
Ira ot all feizes at amazingly low proprrllen. buslarsopportunIties. Jr., l last Saturday afternoon aftera any person or persons, as defined herein, to
better !
rlce. 10 to 12 in.. 100 for $lU. Large and the blaze apparently staited days.It I
long illness. She was born in engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined
blooming Azaleas. SOc. Tic. $1.00 I hate confidence In Static and near the front of the house in the was introduced in the case ,

..at IIKLVKDERE: : AZALEA GARDENS lo pl.l. was a member of the Catholic *
why should alxoh
!". O Pauline Box US.Earle Karlton Collins Fla <> .rr in this rvnfideace.A. >ou Church. I The local fire department was fighting in Reno.Jimmy's j clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of busine

I J. THOMAS She is survived by her husband, called but the fire was too far duced it as girl evidence friend had pro- I is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
KOK RENT-Cabins. :!! rooms and advanced by the time the truck against
bath furnished or unturnll'h..d.j HELL ESTATE DEALER John Magyari Sr.; two sons. John arrived to bring it under control. Mayor J. R. Wainwright listenedto I signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
fY K"
IMnoh'T-t >urt.
04 Temple .h'.. Telephone 214Marke and Andrew all of Starke: two the story sympathetically and all those interested in the business
way. Telephone 17-IU-l. 4tp 4/9 Florida Being outside the city limits a enterprise, the extent of the interest
I I.c daughters. Mrs. Annie Harden- then invited .
Jimmy to out of.
water supply was not availableand 1 of each and the fictitious under which said
KOH SALE- .. .. Bulls I I _.I'6-' "_ brook Starke, and Mrs. Elizabeth the town and (possibly) get a new;I I name is carried
J. R White Kt :2, BoxAngus ... I Osborne, Hansboro. Miss. two the water on I on. Said registration may not be made until the
%tp 36: FOR ALE-s r.xin. huu. ... nn. two : truck was soon exhausted.The girl friend. The first part of the> person or persons desiringto
lots. n4! E. 7th St lh.n'SO, brothers :Michael Zki of advice Jimmv in
Mingo large house is located on mayor's impressed | engage business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Sturke FU
< 1 2*
)'OR KENT-Kurni-shed cottage for' ti> Junction. Ohio. and Andrew Zki. but new girl friend he
a just
couple or with one child. Abor.4ec..tatt'd the chicken ranch formerly ooerat- their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
POWER LaWN MOWER also of Ohio; and one sister. Mrs. shook his head! I
ui ur two bcilrui/ni rent N. O. Maxwell.
apartments. Desirable Clo<. 'n | by the hour at Tiny s Sere Station Annie Moses, Minneapolis, Minn. ed by the late leasedthe ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county
Temple Ave Mrs. Gonzalez had recently
: iw. Madison. Starke. tfchg Ifchg
Funeral services were held at ranch buildings. which were Dr. Covington I i where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

:YOU SALE-Hot Point Apartmentatovr I LE'&jJ. D. tbe graveside in Crosbv
good a> new U>0. or will! I TOLlS Cemetery Tuesday afternoon at not damaged by fire, to another Will Attend Course I i accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

trade for garden traUur Tom C'TTL"11: HOGS operator.Mrs. such
Norman. Kt. :!. Box 47-C. Behind I I SALES ') o'clock with Father Harry publication.
Bradford Furniture <\>. Stp 4'i:I |I Lite Oak Kara vVednendaralnellle Turnier of St. Edward's Catholic Gonzalez was in a local Dr. A. Y. Covineton. director!
Each Friday beauty parlor at the time the fire of the Bradford Health
LOSTSt of kti. in leather"all c4. I Church offioiating. Intermentwas County 1

MOS.JKfONOMAT. ltthLI4D1X ) FOR SALE-pasture.<0 acre farm.15 pear 50 trees.acresimproved in the family plot under the was discovered. She her left husban-i Thurs- Department. will attend a tuberculosis If you are engaged in business under any name

FOIl SALE. IS persimmon trees and 110 bearing direction of DeWitt C. Jones day morning to join short course for health officers j

'1."rJt.. S-harffer, Laura St I'hun> | pecan trees. 40 graded Angus Funeral Home. who is employed in Tampa. to be held at the Communicable -i j
cattle. For information write!' C.
In-J ltp I II'on Letch. RI. :2. Box 51. tfcbg All furnishings and appliancesin Disease Center of the U. S j

IIENT-Comfortable 3 room Active pallbearers were Irwin the home were destroyed' The Public Health Service in Atlanta other than your own and have not had this name
FOR SALE-On Highway 301 Gardrnia. Mosley. T. L. Casey. W. L. Car- in- I ,
with bath all electric covered
.l>4rim Is income property.Al
klu-hen. alt.0 sleeping room 3021: I rooms roll. Edwin Smith Lacy M.
w. Madis.ui Si. Mrs. J. M. Mitb I condition All furni -bmK". except surance. i This course is presented jointlyby | t

Uchg | 3.0ft\personal or best furniture offer Open included.II for. Brown and John A. Shadd. x the Georgia Department of properly advertised and registered will be

)'OR UE\"T-\ttracth.e furnishedmait inspection! Urlitery Mrs.Starke.U. Hanl.Fla.... General CARD OF THANKSI Senior Boys Ask Health. Florida State Board of) we ,;

with TV.nnt.tons. ,
garag" apartment
2tp 4,1 Health. and the U. S. Public ] ,
for Heayonable.
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\Vr End want to thank my many Health Service. The current con- :
Inquire at >t troW.L.NTEDYard ,

.- r> f NEW house.'l1Itl to be>lI moved.1 all! cypress Five frame miles friends for their prayers and The Senior boys of BHS tossed cepts in the diagnosis. control I glad to give you all necessary Information as to
beautiful I
South of Starke. Avery c. Slade flowers and cards they and treatment'of tuberculosis will
man to take care 1 I t'ricd reasonable. Up questions during a full school
of ground <15 MoM.ih-'ne. tfvhicUHKS'.MAKER sent me during my recent illness. be presented by outstanding
last at panel
'FOR IXST-Fh' room unfurnished Also tothe many other kindnesses : period Thursday a ''specialists in this field. II '
-Women anJ chil- house and bath on East 10th St. shown. Mrs. Frank Hem- ,consisting of Arch Thomas Jr., what should do.
dna clotht-s. Any type rewip See Marvin Griffis at the Fish officer I you
American service ;
<1 >n Mrs. Mary Hlllendahl In Market next door. Up ingway.i I Ii -
-M'> Limits. Ht :. Box 148C.StTUO 11rs. Rhoda Dampier. Selective; W.C.T.U. I
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WISH TO BUY a good. used inou-
Service Board secretary: and A.
I i bator. about 300 or 500 capacity ; I
-'On,.. SXLR-I'ower I awr. Mo'.'er.r i Also a kitchen stove (gas) at a desire to express to our L. Crosby Jr.. National Guard 1 IT IS NOT SO MUCH WHAT
< r-indidti' reasonable' Mrs. reasonable price Rob's Service unit administrator.The COMES TO \'OU'J WHAT YOU J BRADFORD COUNTY
t5 McMahn&X1IIF tf'-h kind and I
A. F. Sauls !Station at State Farmers Market, neighbors thoughtful! !

j t Stark Up friends our heartfelt thanks for questions concerned ROTC,, COME TO. THAT DETERMINES ,
CD cabinets made tJ order. We FOR RENT-\pt. No. 1. Three comfwtable their many expressions of sym National Guard length of servoice I

to, v .n hand t-ome kitfhen cabinet I furnished rooms and bath I pathy. The beautiful floral offerings of draft, G. I. benefits and I I IN THAT GREAT RACE ,
mill mad ready! to u... wall I j electric kitchen air conditioningif OF LIFE. !,
'>r 't ...r, Tile linoleum or FormicaStnk desired shady: lawn. Adults. were especially other matters of interest to young

tot''p.! n. k .111" 1 ", n. ..... l Mro. L M Clark. lit. 1. Box 2-C. ciated. The family of appre.r men who will soon be eligible for: I IFR.SCES E. WILUARD.:. -- --. --'- h, ._-_ ._ -..__ -- .- >.-- -----<"'--'"'---.--. --. _.. .. I
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