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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH





Official County Publication Established In 1879


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VOLUME SEVENTY-FIVE STARKE. FLORID. FRIDAYrMAY 10954" NUMBER FORTY-FOUR

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t .\. Falling Prices Hurt Brooker Growers, The Johns Cavalcade : Johns Cavalcade .



i -. -'(, :Slight Rain Eases Drought Conditions __ _.. i;formed To Tour


(An Editorial) |

__1g Still dazed by the disastrous fire I late plantings. ;
which destroyed the tung oil mill, Black as the picture is foi During the course of the first primary, Charley Johns told his >Florida Coasts
'WTTL1vED; TO TEE THE 1 : Brooker television audience one evening, "just watch the
; farmers of Brooker and nearby area farmers, figures released returns from my i

'i area received still another blow by Nettles show that 24,346 home county.
0 A unique "Charley Johns
diaries Fields (left) and William Thompson are pictured above recOveringfrom the injuries they I this week when produce prices on packages moved through the That his faith in the people! of his home county was we'J justified >j i cade", to tour the East and Caval-West

received in the head-on collision of two cars near Kiijjsley: Lake over two weeks ago. The two survivors the Brooker Market fell to ruin- market. with a total revenue of is shown by the election returns that poured in Tuesday night, May 4. !j Coasts of Florida within the next

DOW face six months of recuperation before resuming their work, but both fed "Providence guided" to be : ous levels. Growers faced thealternative S34.34963 during the previous Johns received 92 per cent of the votes in Bradford County, and did j I few days, was organized at a

a1in Polaroid J l-Miaul' Photos bj the Telegraph- II of either harvesting at week. equally well in Union the two counties comprising the senatorial meeting in the courthouse Tuesday -

prices which barely met costs, Or!I Following are the items, volume. district that he has represented for many years. night.

William Thompson and CharlesField's Hie speeu ot tne car did not I(I broken. His wife states that his letting their crops stay in the_ and revenue: Well might Governor Johns be proud of the near-unanimous vote Several hundred
are living to tell the tale, or permit him to open the door while i 1 I lung had to be inflated three times fields. Black I I friends and
what little of it they can remem- its was moving, but his hand on i before it began functioning nor- Earlier in the week a droughtwas i I Valentine beans 4.624. accorded him by the voters of his senatorial district. Especially, in I supporters of Governor Johns :

ber. They are the two survivors 'the door handle apparently forced I mally. He is now resting at home threatening all crops but alight J8.631.01j: tendergreen beans. \'ieof the fact that his second primary opponent, in his hone, countyof i gathered in a meeting presidedover '
[ 1.147.
riding in the '51 Ford that was demolished -i i it open at the impact. but his early release from the two-hour rain Wednesday j 52.222.50: pole beans (No. Leon, received only some 50 per cent of the total vote, while Johns by H. V. Knight, local at- ,

in one of the the worsttrafic Fields does not remember being hospital is partly attributed to the night eased the situation quite a [ID.I 728. 2042.10; pole beans (No. ran-him a close second with around 40 per cent. I torney. !
I
), 25. $25 Wade'beans
accidents in this area.The forewarned of the crash. He said fact that his wife is a competentnurse. bit, and the promise of more rain j J2)176.90 ; 628, $1.- Now, in the second primary, the people of Bradford County planto I It is believed that this is the !
j ; SOUM .h 'No. 1)), 674, $895.50squash
in which the two men that it was rather early in the first
car time
the | follow their terrific that a
encourages growers hopesabout up endorsement of Johns at the pol ? on May 4 candidate for
were riding collided head-on with I morning and he was still dozing. Fields is expected to be released i (No. 2)), 186 $113; Iru.H has
governor
their cucumbers, corn and with a course of action designed to him ever had the
help assure of'j sup
notatoes I
another automobile near Kingsley I He was sitting in the back seat on from the hospital some time this tobacco. II Size A). 10,521 $14.- 25. .victory on port of a multiple-car motorcade
Lake. Five men. four of them :the right band side. week. He also suffered from a 645.35: (Size BI.) 1.727. $1.396.05: May of his
home-folks
passengers of the '51 Ford died as Fields believes the impact must bioken pelvis and had nine or 10 Nettles Brooker said:Market the low Manager Ralpn |! commercial, 2.510. $2,122.30: At an enthusiastic meeting of his home folks in the courthouse I!state in his behalf. touring the

a result of the accident. I have forced him into the front seat I broken ribs. His left arm was prices pra-j i cukes. 1.576 107997. Tuesday night a plan was formulated for a huge calvacade to fan out

Thompson now states that he remembers and then out the door. I quite stiff for a short time but all vailing at Brooker are typical at I At the market now very few down the East Coast ard the West Coast of Florida for the purposeof I.include The cavalcade, which will also
the other Both men were rused to the' it is acting markets from South Floridaup i cars from Union ounty.I .
seeing car approaching -: I normally now. i beans and the
squash are and letting people those know
the moving. ot areas what the home folks think will leave
them as they attemptedto Alachua General Hospital where it Both men will probably be keptin to Carolinas. This entire! these I today and go down the
I go to regular customers. of Governor Johns. It is believed that this will be ,
I the first
time that West
-egion \is in he Coast
pass a third car, a Morris Mi was determined that they suffered bed for three month. Then production now. as far as Tampa
I I "'said and there is too much Monday of this week King corn the fellow citizens of a candidate have attempted anything of this I Monday the I
extensive will
nor. He was sitting in the front injuries. Thompson'seondition they walk for about a monthon produce -I made its first group will set out
seat on the right band side, and was described as critical crutches. Doctors have advised I II for the markets to absorb. appearance of the magnitude. The mere fact that busy businessmen and women of down the East Coast with Miami

he attempted to open the door for a short period. I both men that they will probablybe Ordinarily, he said, South Florida ]j each.season when 50 bags brought $2 his home town will drop everything for three or four days and taketo t,,33 its goal.

"to give the othe passengers Thompson had a punctured lung, : unable to work for about six' growers would not be shipping at I! the road in his behalf, at their own expense and without any I The Cavalcade is planned to

room." in the impending crash." a broken pelvis, and all of his ribs_! months 'h-s time. but heavv. rains caused !1 i I Growers of cucumbers are still thought of compensation. should give Governor Johns rerewed faithto show the people of South Florida

Four Plead Guilty At Circuit Court OUT OF ACTION i., nicking to nay for, and that realizing cost. in only an attempt enough help sustain him in a rigorous second primary battle. In this 'j "how Charley the Johns"home, folks feel about

|! to keen the vines growing, hoping!i unprecedented effort, citizens of Bradford County will be joined by the a spokesman for
I [ those of Union. i group said. Each person par-
for a better market. neighboring j ji
i ii
iI
ticipating
will
Kellum Given 2 Years In PrisonAll The of these Governor' pay his own ex
i Growers of string beans had |i people two counties know that victory for penses.

their troubles. Those who planted I Johns in the second primary depends largely on the amount of work I
.j Anyone
I wishing to : the
join
the defendants pleaded Kellum goes back to prison. I fund harvested early made a little i' that is done in his behalf between now and May 25. True ever Cavalcade.

guilty before this week's session where according to records received money; those who planted later. since 1940, the gubernatorial candidate who led in the first primary do either today or Monday -
of the Circuit Court, and Judge by Sheriff P. D. Reddishhe I ( rny so by contacting T.
with some exceptions, just about has gone on to election in the second. But over-confidem e has been H. Slade. Guy Andrews Mrs.
or
John A. H. Murphree of Gaines- has J\pent most of his life their I
got costs back. j I fatal to many a candidate and the people of Bradford and Union Junius M. Smith.Morris .
yUle was able to hear all of the since his first conviction at th-
criminal cases within an hour age of 13.Richard The price situation on Irish }! counties are well aware of this fact. They're not taking any chances.

after the court convened.J. Bennett pleaded guilty potatoes is not good. Price offered I.I It was pointed out at the meeting Tuesday night thst Bradford Joins

D. Kellum. 24-year-old youth to two informations of forgery now is giving growers just i County now has its greatest opportunity to put a man in'the Gover-

who attempted to steal the car of
Mrs. E. J. Flynn. was given two i sentence was postponed by Judge Nettles offered an interesting I a lifetime. It isn't often that a man from a small toW!' in one of

years at hard labor at Raiford. Murphree until a pre-sentence in- -1 explanation of the overproductionwhich I the smallest counties of the state, and with a completely small town Corn
vestigation is completed. is holding prices down. He 1 BuyersAnother
.Kellum pleaded guilty to the I background gets within hailing distance of the Governor's chair.
charge of attempted of James.B. McCormick was givena said the produce business now is
larceny Pictured above is the !; in the : I[The people of Bradford and Union Counties realize this, end in.their
an Automobile. suspended six-month sentenceat hide-away of "e'eralgallon bottles for same shape that the cattle corn pre-cooling ma-
Raiford he would moonshine whiskey I business was in few I support they have the near-solid backing of other small counties of chine is being installed at the
if post a $250 ; (right and the still that was used to fill them a :years ago i

bond that would guarantee the ;i Sheriff P. D. Reddish dl'o>tro)t'd the still and captured its operator In when too many "hobby" cattlemen, |I the State. 'Starke Farmers Market this week,

Fate i weekly payment ('f $8.50 for the ,j a surprise election-day raid. got into stock raising and were I! But there are also some "big" counties in Florida and these too I according to M. R. Judd, market

PHS Baseball upW j'of v his daughter. ; ;\ I protected against serious losses i play a large part in determining election of a Governor. It is |:manager. This machine is beingsetup
I I
I for Morris
Tommy ,
buyer
Lewrence Covington negro was I bv writing them off on income !' some of these that will receive close attention when the "calvacade" I
who, along with M. E. Brown, and
Decided Last Night givela suspended one-year Sheriff Makes Election-Day : taxes. of Johns supporters leaves Bradford and Union counties this week Bob Turner, expects to arrive at ::
would
: J $entepce at Raiford if he I end. It's a big job these_ home folks of Governor Johns have under- the market next week. it is ex

make. (vvfckly payment three of $7.50 Raid On Near-By Whiskey Still ; *1 70 Crippled Youths :j; taken, but it is one that mtght well mean the margin. of victory on ijpected: that corn and pepper will
chil-
for the support of his I '
Last night's (Thursday) game Expected To Report [f May 25. come into production starting :
dren. I Sheriff P. D. Reddish '
between Bradford High and the!' Two other non-support cases destroyed :j i Rimert To TestIElementary I with the week of May 21. $ i ir
la
Bradford County still during an At County Clinic '
winner of the Bishop-Kenny and:i involving Alvin Richard Baker election day raid in a densely i i Students i TORNADOES IN ACTION r Installation of this pre-cooling I II
I
Eolles game will decide whetheror I and Tony Davis. Jr., were placed I wooded area two miles east of iFor Musical Ability Approximately 70 cripple chil machine has made it necessary to

not the Tornadoes )on the absentee docket since the dren are expected to report for ex- -p- enlarge the shed building.
are through j i Starke on the Camp Blanding road.
defendants were not present for amination and consultation at 1 I The tail end of the berry season
with baseball for the season.A I(' I Raymond Hall was apprehended j Bandmaster Rimert at Bradford
trial. {Bradford Couny's annual clinic for saw 92 crates of strawberries on
win in'the ,, while he I School has set his for
sub-group game was working at the still. High sights j
I
the market with anda
I (crippled children on Friday, May a high of $6,
will put BHS in the group tourna-1' Seven five-gallon and two partially j,,60 recruits for a new school j i 21. Registration begin at 8 low of $4 Total revenue was

ment starting next Thursday in Guardsmen Get j I filled five-gallon bottles of whiskey band. He began musical test ,a.m. at the Bradford County

St. Augustine. ,\, J were confiscated. j' fOr fourth through sixth gradersthis i;Health Department, and the chil 4 *% $460A tight volume of other crops

Coach Hurst's squad won the;|Quarterly Pay, The raid was conducted during week in an effort to find I dren will later be examined in i appeared 237 bags of Irish pota-

nosthern division of their conference -I the heavy rain that fell about new talent. 4 order l of their registration. 'toes. with prices of 1251.50

tourney by edging Ketter- 'Attend Dinner \noon on election day. The sheriff Rimert says that he set his j I The clinic is being conducted under 1 ,brought growers $319.95; 98 hampers -

linus, 3-2, in a thriller, but lost was i accompanied by his deputies goal high because he feels that the auspicies of the Florida of green beans, prices averaging -

. the conference crown to Sanford,' and i members of the State Beverage all parents would like to have 'Crippled Children's Commission | about $1.50, totalled $147.

6-1. last Saturday. I i i j'i Quarterly drill checks in the Control Commission. their children play some musical American Legion Post 56 of I Although the dry spell has not

'i amount of 5413.13 were received '; instrument, and he feels that the |Starke, and its Auxiliary. hurt crops in this area yet, rain is
The Tornadoes now have nine members of the National Guard, Sheriff Reddish said that he was grr
wins to their credit, including aj:'i I by 2nd Battalion, 124th Infantry re- ., ''",pf'd off about the still's where- school offers the best opportunity i j The clinic is free of charge, and i needea One large grower, Teston
i and Knight, expect to start irrigating -
5-4 win over Green Cove Springs i}!cenUy.I [bouts! several days earlier. but for musical training. j 1 jit is designed to examine and offer this week. *

in their last regular season game'' 'waited until election day for the 1 Rimert will use a series of ', aid to any child under 21 years
J the
I I Local guardsmen were r.of Billy Moore has grabbed the baton from Clifford Martin and Is
age. Dr. A. Y.
last week. (i iPcul guests of Herb Thomas at his raid in order to catch the operator. scientific tests to select those Covington. director out for dirt the .
with of the Bradford County Health striking pay in 880-yard relay (left) Moore is the Shot Gun Fighters
children inherent
Rivers the More He that Hall ability. The ,
was key pitcher j l'drive-in Monday night. guessed correctly
Department said follow-up treat lead runner pictured. On the right Richard Henderson is just clearing
the Tornadoes !I of the officers tests will also point out those Moonshiner
for last week. He than 90 per cent would think the Sheriff stayed Tried
: children not ment will be available in some a hurdle (second from front) in the state track meet's high hurdles
three-hitter and men attended the dinner, con- naturally adapted to
pitched a against r.ear the courthouse on electioh
:cases in which the children's
Court
final.BHS By County
par-
Ketterlinus anJ started againagainst sisting of barbecued beef ribs and playing a musical instrument.
,day and would choose it as a safe rents are unable to pay and to cases -
baked crabs. i Parents of the children who successfully -
Sanford: Saturday. He !':'lay to operate. (presenting an orthopedic condition < Nine cases have been tried in
was relieved Sgt. Joseph N. Warren left for : pass the test will be no- Trackmen Tie For Third :
by Edgar Akridge, 1 Tae still had at out a four or |that can be benefited by treatment. (County Court since May 1 according -
who had BHS to its win For Benning Ga., on April 15. tified. I I I
pitched The
live-bairel capacity. Two 15- t visiting staff from the Crip- to County Judge Theron A.
Green Cove earlier where he is attending the Advanced -. The school is also sponsoring an :
over Springs pled Children's Commission :
will At
Non-commissioned Officers oarrel mash vats were near the Florida State Track Meet i Yawn. The cases included a
in the week. > instrument display on :May 24 !I include: Dr. John F. and
Course. Sgt. Warren will graduate still. but only one had been used Lovejoy (i I variety of crimes from moonshin-
I where the
students passing th Dr George F.
I about August 3. recenU,)'. Sheriff Reddish estimates I Raybin orthopedicsurgeons Bradford High School's track The same four runners placed ing to driving without a license.
tests can examine the various in- j Dr. I
Acts : Bernard L.
Twenty-Six J A recommendation for Pfc. Billy that the still has been struments and learn their quali- I'!plastic surgeon; Dr. R. G. Skinner.Morgan.'| team took its place among the third in the 880-yard relay. The| Two negro men, Claude Stephens

Scheduled TonightAt : D. Dansby to attend the OfficersCandidate operating for several months on ties and uses. (Jr., pediatrician; two orthopedic : established track powers of the Starke time of 1:34.8 was only j I i and Herman Flowers, were sent -

School at Ft. Benningthis the basis of about 100 empty sugar and state by tying for third place in i lone-tenth of a second behind the tenced to $75 fines or 60 days in
nurses other t
Talent ShowTwentysL' The display will also offer a ; assistants. The I
summer, from June 21 to sacks that were found near the chance for the students to rent i!local Health Department staff and **e Class "A" Florida track meet ; winning time recorded by Haines !I jail on assault and battery charges.The .

August 18, has been approved and Saturday.The City. '
'fe"t'ral'olunteers two had engaged in a
< acts will be presented still.The instruments for a three-months will assist in; men
j orders authorizing his attendanceare Sheriff also confiscated Tornadoes collected 23 Starke's Stanley Clark and
tonight (Friday) by Bradford period. Rimert said that in this the clinic. .wild three-hour fight near Key-
expected shortly. Sfc. Dansbyi three 60-pound sacks of fort : points against the cream of the. Marion Harrington placed in a
County; youngsters of all ages at' sugar which both men
Dr. in
way parents can determine whether -''i Covington invited parents i! :stone Heights
the second annual Talent Show i i i be one of three Flori attend hguardmen ;t.e in the city jail. or not their child shows prom- ,having a child in a crippling condition : state's flack talent to tie Gainesville -I three-way tie for second in the.i received shot gun wounds. SheriffP.

sponsored: by the Starke Lions j i authorized to Hall was sentenced to 30 days ise before they invest in an instrument who have not been previously High. Fletcher took the I high jump. They both placed with D. Reddish said. that at least

club, at the Bradford Meraorul the Special Officers Candidate ir.: jail plus a $350 fine. He will The students will be visited and given appoint- !' Class "A" title with 32 1-2 points jumps of 5 ft. 9 in. Richard :,:18 shots were fired in the melee.

Stadium. j School The General has receive an additional 60 days if he given lessons by the school duringthe ments by a orthopedic field nurse I and Haines City was second with 1 I Henderson placed thirl: in the i iI Adjutant
With W. H. (Billy) Graham as awarded drill attendance ribbins toes, not pay the fine. rental period. or public health nurse, to bring the J :26! points. {high hurdles. I I i shot guns. Stephens apparentlyhit
M. C.. the show will oegm at 7:30; I i child to the clinic. | The BHS sprint medley relay| Max Furlong. Rober Humphries -;, Flowers while he was in his
for three of 100 cent '
tickets are 50c for adults 25c for |I years per Or Bust The American : team placed second behind a'I .: and Townsend Strickland car and its windshield reduced the
i drill attendance to Capt. Hugh B Washington --- Legion Auxiliarywill
children. Proceeds will go to the and lunch I Haines City team that tied the !;: also competed in the state championship -i force of the shot. Flowers followedby
Ingram CWO A. L. Crosby JrM'Sgt. prepare serve a to
Lion's Sight Conservation Fund. Robert Drake, and Sfc. O all the parents and children at-| meet record with the time ofj|I competition. shooting Stephens in the left

Prizes donated by Starke Mer- P. Hutto; for two years to 2nd Lt tending the clinic. I!12:01.4. The Tornado team of Only .three of BHS's noint winners !side. Reddish said that when they

chants will be awarded to the first, :Rodney Hall, Sfc. Richard Carter i Clifford :Martin Jimmy Reddish. are seniors, giving Coach i,discovered Stephens at his home
second and third winners in i and Moore : Hobbs earlier in the evra he was
place |Sfc. Billy Dansby Sgt Frank Dryden Bobby Ferguson Billy Jimmy a strong nucleus ,ng

each age group. Sfc. George Winkler. and SgtJoseph School Board -vprp close behind with a time of around which to build next year's bleeding profusely and might have

There will be vocal and instrumental N. Warren. 2:05.1.: 'team. i bleed to death if the Sheriff hadn't

selections, baton twirling Ribbons for one year of 100 percent Calls For BidsA ,provided him with medical treat-

dances, and a pantomine act. Five I attendance were given Sgt i Bradford High PTA :Red Cross Nears ment.
of the acts scheduled will be I ; Raymond Hall was found guilty
byelored Kenneth Norman CpL- Richard ,
Will Meet TuesdayStarke's Fund Drive Goal i
: of moonshining and was sentenced
children. the
During judg- Crosby. Floyd Futeh V. L. Starl- rail for bids to contractorson
mg. guest radio and TV star{t(j I ing, Joe E. Tomlinon. Pfc's Robert the $525,000 Bradford County PTA will meet Tuesday ; Bradford County is oily{ $178.52 1 to 30 days in jail and a $350 fine
,If he can not the fine he will
Franklin Nazworth will and pay
sing Carlton. Carl L. Crosby. Charles school building sent 18. in the BHS cafeteria ;
program was night.: May short of its $2,545.00 fund drive.be given an additional 60 days in
play : E. Green Vernon W Griffis. Glenn ; )*.j lut this week by H. P. Morgan. i, at 7:30.: The committee, goal. A total of $2,3>>6.48 was

i Shuford. Arnold Q. Smith. D L Suot Board of Public Instruction. i chairmen will give their yearly re- reported yesterday by Miss Lillian jail.Donald Hodges was sentenced to

Conner And Simpson i;Zachary Williamson. Owen R. Alvarez. The bids will be opened on Monday -i ports. and next year's officers will Stump. chapter treasurer. 60( days in Jail for driving while
Crawford
and Lamai
Represent Jr. C of C Crosby. June 7. :'be installed. Chapter officials would be mighty intoxicated. His sentence was

The projects include: 1954 addition The officers are: Jim Ritch, : happy if a few late contributors'pelt of a 21-month suspended
Awards will be presented next I
Two representatives, of Starke's .Monday night by U. Col T K to Starke White School |'president; Morton Alpren. vicei -,: would come forward and make up sentence that also included charges

Junior Chamber of Commerce :McClane. Battalion Commander PIt Starke: Gymnasium, ani'i president; Mrs. Wilma Dockstader I'| the needed balance.Students i of driving a car without a license.
\
Doyle Conner and Dave Simpson. t' The local unit will attend sum- I Music Building, Bradford High !secretary: and Mrs. C. L. Scholl, 'I driving a car without its owner's

are planning School 1954 addition Twelve .treasurer. consent, and public intoxication.
on attending the an- i imer field training fromlS to 27 ; : Elect /
nual convention the Florida Jun- June this year at Fort McClellan s, $* !t ,. .' ._ ''Grade School for Negroes Starke; The BHS Junior Band will furnish I James Wilson negro, was sentenced -
ior Chamber of ,.. ;.J lLawtey, BHS Cheerleaders to 30 in jail for drunk
Commerce this ; Ala. Travel will be by train. Elementary School for :i the entertainment for the ; days
weekend. j Hq. Co. I Negroes. meeting. ,! I I and disorderly conduct. He was
i completed its range fir- :
I
: Bradford School! students
High
The four-day com'enlionill beheld i i ir.g at Camp Blanding for this I I ;charged with starting a fight in

in Tampa. It features speeches v ear last weekend. The unit will :, .. i Senior Band Plans !American Legion chose seven of this year's cheer- |Brooker.

by Walter J. :Matherly, Dean ofof have one more weekend traming j &___ ., ,- ;5toLaront .- | leaders to represent them again : Guy W. Wolford an interstate
the College of Business Administration -' period devoted to section training : .-:: I Sunday Concert i Seeks Flag Display : next year The cheerleaders were : truck driver. was fined $75 for

of the University of Florida -i I in radio and other communications.I I .. ,.. .'.""., all reflected by student ballots. \driving without a license.
I
and Harry S. Barton representing -;!transportation administration and i Minute Photos by;.w.the Telegraph-> The Senior BHS Band will playI I Display of the American FlagI. Joan Scholl is the only nef-i

the Atlantic Division of j j supply on the 29 and 30 of May at It',, ",\ll aboard" for Washington for these Bradford High seniors. a concert in the city park I I.I.by all places of business and pri-;comer to the cheerleader"s circle. i Elks Meet MondayThe

the American Can Company. |[the Armory. Se'eral8cancies !I I They are bidding farewell to their classmates and well-wishers at the Church Street Sunday afternoon homes on Armed Forces Day.|The others are Sandra Strickland,
Stae officers will be elected and i i exist in the unit at this time and j jj at 3:30 o'clock This is the third i Sandra Johns. Barbara Prevatt. Starke chapter No. 1802 of
StarUe station before Saturday, May 15 is requested by
the local clubs will be beginning their three-day tour of the nation's in of concerts that Jackie Prevail. Rose the Elks
judged on j j additional information may be 00I a series spring Margaret. will hold its bi-monthly
various classifications of civic ac- j,tained by visiting, 01 telegraphing I. capitol. have been attended by large; Charles Partin. commander. American ; Duncan Jo Ann Slvde and meeting Monday at the Lodge

tivit.v the armon audiences Legion Post 56. Frances Douglas Han. at 8 p.mr I




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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA I
FRIDAY MAY 14. 1954 .


BRADFORD E. L MATTHEWS I 9"y market. I children of Faircloth were. week(Thomas I of Gainesville kere supper -|I do everything in my power to i i

Rev. S. F. Beard attended a !I end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon guests of Mr. aMIrs.: P.!:further their interests. Thanks ,

COUNTY g,11"Irf'f EDITOR BROOKERBy Childrens meeting at the Meth- Wynn. ,.A. Starling Monday mgr:.t. [again for your wonderful
t odist church in Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray :Manning and :Mrs. Fred Wimpy an; baby of,I support
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'I I -Truman Norman.
TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER Polly Wait Jr. Mrs. H. W. Wait returned home I children of Tampa have moved I Ii | Jacksonville and Mrs I Padgettand !!
II Tuesday morning after a one-week I here to work for Horace Cain. : daughters of Lawtly visited
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.The visit with her parents, Mr. and'i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKinney i ii ''Mr.: : and Mrs. John Moody Sun- Recent BirthsThe
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD I I i -
New River Baptist Church!iMrs. W. E. Woodin in Cranford, of Daytona Beach were weekend -,,day.

Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under had a birthday dinner on the j|:I N.J.Mr. (I guests of his parents, Mr.i iI I following by births Doctor's have beenannounced I

the Aet of March 3, 1879. premises of the church in honor: and Mrs. Ronald Barnetteand I,and :Mrs. John McKinney.: !: XORMAX THAMiS I Hospital: Clinic

of their pastor, Rev. Truby Par- | family of Jacksonville were Arthur and : I tanks
i "* Caroline Melton: of wish to express my and Mr.
rish on his 51st the guests of the G. E. Greens. I I and Mrs.Vm.. F. Bell pf
birthday. .
ASSOCIATION MEMBER Gainesville :
FLORIDA PRESS NATIONAL
MEMBER --- EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION visited their grand deep appreciation for the .otes and I I
Maxville
a daughter,
= Glenda Parker. Sandra and I The new boy we have seen with I I' 'I Sylvia
parents. Mr. and Mrs. t
Albert support given me in he First Denise.
Jackie Mott, and Wayne Thomas!Rev. S. F. Beard is Johnnie Beech. I Willis on April 20.
last
participated in the auditioning ofj j Johnny it living with the Beards I: weekend Primary election. Although defeated Mr and Mrs c V Williams. !
Rate Your Home TownA Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas of I am still interested in the Starke.
music students in Jacksonville!jnow and we certainly hope he a daughter Aura Mane I
fJ Saturday. They were accompanied ]I likes Brooker! Hampton and Miss Josephine schools of this county and I will) on April 25

by Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Mrs. i I
recent issue of "Town Journal" carried a revealing. I
L. A. Mott. All four students j fTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVIGRAHAM ,
questionnaire whereby a citizen might quickly rate the town ed the auditioning. pass-I' a I

I in which he lives. It also carried a story about a small West \!
Mrs. Ralph Nettles and children -'
I Virginia town that acquired 370 acres of land, built two manmade of Adel. Ga. were the dinner' FAMOUS e CLINTON e

lakes and erected a handsome stone cabin. 15 picnic
guests at the M. O. Harrell home
I Mrs. John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t td
areas with fireplaces and tables three wells, and a com- I Saturday. *

Dear Editor pletely equipped playground at a cost of only 3500. Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. visited ,, ,

I was certainly shocked to seethe I Sounds impossible? Ordinarily it would be. But Penns- her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L.I I| Mrs. Arlee McKinney and MisS | d POWERED

pictures of that terrible wreck! boro West Virginia was an aroused town, awakened to the Hardee of Jacksonville Tuesday./j Emily McKinney were shopping r I

that happened out on the Kings- need of improving itself. And when that happens to a town. Master Sgt. and Mrs. W. E.I,in Gainesville Saturday afternoon II
ley Lake road. I knew three ofj i .. ,. .
/ Mgr M. !
almost is Plummer and da hters Pat and Mr and Mrs. Gene Gillard and ?
the men who were killed in it,I|I anything possible. I 1i I
Lou of Patrick \ir Force Basel I Iwt're
and it made me do a lot of think- I The awakener in Pennsboro was "Town Journal's" ques- r'tives \I ,
visiting here in j jBrooker.
tionnaire. We feel that Starke ranks far above most townsof \
Mrs. Lillie Cone. the = i ij
I
ing.I 1.6 H.P. GASOLINE ENGINE
its size in tangible assets, but there are still things j
would like to congratulate many A. L. Greens apt the M. O. Har-
you on running those pictures i we need and many improvements that could be made. I rells this weekend. j I iI

because, in doing so, you might I So come on and let's take stock. Check the questionnaire i Mr. and Mrs. Don Long and; I f

make some person think twice'j below and we'll see where Starke stands in comparison with daughter Vickey of Lakeland were i j I i\

before he takes a chance in his'I other towns of like size over the Nation. When you've finished the weekend guests of Mr. and ., SEE HOW LOW I; e M MI I M.1 tit ,, fcr:1.r I

own car, and thereby save his'i we'd like to hear from some of you as to your conclu- Mrs. Albertus Miller. j t i
life. I know that I will. |i sions. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Sr. ': I j ; I
No matter how gruesome those ] I Ib. r 1
I were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ...,
pictures were. though, I am i RATE YOUR TOWN W. E. Bigham Jr. last Saturday. j 1. '
afraid they will be !, Sei (
soon forgot-' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Raborn and I "
ten. I only wish that you could! Xo questionnaire is fool proof. But if you can circle "yes" on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Raborn and 1) ,.u..I s.a, r

run an article such as "Could i thirty or more of the items below, chances! are Starke (or wherever family of Jacksonville were the SEE HOW CONVENIENT ,11.Y' n I
.. It
This Be You? and put a pictureof ,! you live) is a town of union you can be proud. Sunday guests of Mrs. Beulah ,95 .
;
'I t
an accident that happened, Harrell and family. -
somewhere in the. state of Floridain : Most high school graduates stay in town. Yes No Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kelley and ww..n..NW [

it to make the people realize I Getting a loan on a sound business venture is easy. Yes No boys of St. Petersburg were the I A IIE EASY \
that it COULD happen to them.
weekend guests of :Mr.: and Mrs.C. .
You or I will never know of the civic Yes No Mw+, =: ..ww TERMS
The local paper constantly pushes improvements. S. Kelley. i I
lives that you may save by doing I If
Among those who were in EW1TH1KG CLOSE-DP Q f
this, but you can rest assuredt There's a Chamber of Commerce with a lire-wire manager Yes No SEE
I Gainesville Saturday were Mr FULL 1 18-INCH CUT
>at you will save someone's life. ,
Again I would like to offer congratulations -I Local speeders pay the same fines as out-of-towners. Yes No and Mrs. A. L. Green and Annette x ::'"'"_ Now you can hate a velvet I
.. .. _
and Joe. Pat ,
Plummer Katherine M M W .W
and keep up the good j ... smooth beautifully mowed lawn I
i There's a place to swim within easy reach. Yes No Han ell and Shirley Green Susie CLINTON 1
work! .h. the easy, effortless MY-T-MO:
Wait, Mrs. Ernest Edwards and I
Edwin Hornsby, A2-c I Young couples have little trouble finding a place to live. Yes No daughter Peggy and Linda Gayle i i when byGREYHOUND'i iI way! Save jour health, time E N G I imoneyit's E I
Elemendorf AFB you go + and actually FUN to :
Green.Z. I I 1t.., ::,::'.':;7;:
Anchorage, Alaska I The head of your government is a "get-things-done" man. Yes No ....-.. mow your lawn with :MY-T-MO: t t I
I W. Hamilton has returned I mows clean and exen-leases \ I

I Town entrances are free from junk, shacks and billboards. Yes No from a business trip in North BUM Daily Wa9 One sir ow.+.N.+rt" no dandelion or tall weed stems t 1' ,
I I and South Dakota, Minnesota, and """"" '
Dear Editor standing. No hand trimming!
New York ____.___ 7
: Teachers' salaries are better than the state average. Yes NoThere's Wisconsin.Mrs. I u $20.00 !
Now that we finally have left I II I Chicago ______u_____ 7 23.60 7 i
Starke I want to thank you for i I II at least one doctor per 800 people in your County. Yes No Guy Harrell and daughters Cleveland ___________ 7 23.19li.s

your kind words regarding me:I I I were the Sunday guests of Mrs. I.I.I Washington _________ 7 ; } ,

and to assure you that I have I!j i There's a library with a good selection of recent books. Yes No George Mulligan and family at I Boston ____u________ 7 31.74 .

enjoyed living in Bradford Coun- Cross City. I Detroit ____u________ 24.15 ,
ty and am grateful for the opportunities -' Newcomers quickly feel they're part of the town. Yes No Mrs. Rita Brown and Little i Atlanta _u_________ 7 8.88 'the World's I

I have had to serve Beth Brown of Dunnellon are Miami ______________ 7 8.:>3 Phone
Schools have of room for students. Yes Nc
the com unity. plenty spending the week with the L.I'New Orleans ________ 7 15.24 SAFEST MOWER

I feel, however, that it is not' Fire insurance rates are low for your type of town. Yes No A. Motts. 'I'Denver _____________ 7 34.93 SAFETY SHIELD j
just that I should receive public The Barry family had a re- Los Angeles ________ 7 53.02 y a

praise while some who served be- Service, veterans' and women's club team up on projects. Yes No union Sunday at the home of Mr. ,Seattle _____________ i 63.5Plus a 0 SAFETY BLADE I
(
fore and after me remain unsung. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. Those present -'I I R SAFETY HANDLE1
There is an active, well-organized Scout troop. Yes Not V. S. TBH .
Possibly no one but myself realizesthe Boy were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. !I EXTRA Saving on KouniTriptU. I t'j,

debt the community owes to .Crews, of Jacksonville, Mr. and
A modern hospital is within your trading area. Yes No
Bess Burns and Marguerite Hall Mrs. J. E. Hardy and girls #pf S. TAX NOW REDUCED K 0 1 ': E- full 18" Cut!

for their work in the AmericanRed All streets are paved and sidewalks are in good condition. Yes No Starke, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Dees F hInuE

Cross and in every other and family of Haines City, Russell GREYHOUND. BUS STATION I4flIYl. { Make t e Care of YOUR Lawn )

worthwhile community activity.A Well-stocked stores keep shoppers in the town. Yes No McKenny of Wauchula Mrs. Mattie I .
distinguished co-worker of Mrs. I Barry of Brooker, and Mr. :Temple A\e. Phone 147-J 1 a PLEASURE with a
There's a hotel or motel f ou'd enjoy if you were a visitor Yes No 'land Starke, Fla.
Hall has described her as "well Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and son ,
AUTO SUPPLY l'T
trained, highly qualified, and little Jimmy of Starke. I II d Yt. r
It's easy to find parking space in the business section. Yes No I .. .. .
t
depply concerned", and so she is. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Chambers' "
; :(fa ; 'rD: [
E Hl.rIrN.
i ,..,
If I may, I would like to quote At least one restaurant serves outstanding meals. Yes No and son of Jacksonville were viSi- .. ." ),> STARKE FLA.
-- -
a jingle I wrote to Mrs. Burns ting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. j I >
during Camp Blanding days whenI The sewer extension program keeps pace with new housing. Yes NoU's Evan Hodges this weekend. I I --

was working under her patient Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards were
to volunteers for worthwhile project. Yes No I
easy get any i
the varied
direction. It describes
visiting their parents. Mr. and .
and constant calls made on her Public toilets are provided for farm folks in town. Yes No Mrs. Evan Hodges Thursday.Mr. I t
at that time, and would applynow and Mrs. John Freeman of

to Marguerite, as well as to Prompt, reasonably priced ambulance service is available Yes No Gainesville were visiting the Roy + N.- r

Bess! Greens Sunday.L. 5

Shall I go back to Camp? I'm Good zoning keeps factories away from residential areas. Yes No A. Mott Jr. visited the Flori- ksz:0

'fraid I've got the mumps? l
at Tampa
da Christian College
There's an annual Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Fi.-<-Up week. Yes No ayN,
Where shall all
I stay tonight- this weekend.

I can find is dumps? Streets throughout the community are well lighted. Yes No Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

We don't know-just call Bess.I i C. S. Kelley were Mr. nd Mrs. : I

need some mfcney right away.Who'll I More than half the church congregations are younger than 40 Yes No M. A. Hall and children of Jacksonville (

lend it without question and Mr. and Mrs. Fred'
? Shade trees line nearly all the streets. Yes No 'I
I Waldron and Children of Wild-
I think the children have the
There's an ample supply of good drinking water. Yes No wood. I
itch. Have you a good suggestion :Mrs. Neta Dyal is spending a if you spark to the Iow-slung -"" :...___ _
.... ,..
There's a recreation center where young people can get few weeks in Panama City with silhouette of this stirring Super "88" .......__ .... .; ;""""""" ..,
We don't know-just call Bess. together. Yes No her daughter. Mrs. J. F. Eilerbee. those lone and lovely lines of sweep-cut _---.--

And thus it goes from week to Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Beard and doors and fenders the dramatic >

week, whenever there's a I The business section has a modern, prosperous look. Yes No family of California were visitingMr. panoramic windshield that males others

mess; Beard's brother, the Rev. S. look old in short, if this car gives
So I call and old i! There's as much interest in local as national elections. Yes No
now on :young ;
F. Beard of this city. They are you a thrill jut standing still. .
their debt to her confess.I enroute to Ft. Lauderdale, where
The tax rate is attractive to new industry. Yes No
think I know, and this is it: they will make their home. -You'll Love ion +

God bless our Bess. There's a community council to guide town progress. Yes No Miss Jackie Whiteside of Col-

Sincerely. umbia. S. C. is visiting her par-
Ruth S. Morse There's an active PTA. Yes No ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. White- hJ
Bluebird Hill Farm I' + Road !
side is a produce buyer at our I
Fane GaD. Va.rsiai1. Firemen must take regular training courses. Yes No I

.. .6 14 _
i i Pinafoi, put on by the Glee Archie Carmichael Wayne Mat- 'ice .1j I
? !I Club last Friday and Saturday. chett and their sponsor, Miss I : jJ
\ f r"I
;;; ; ;;; I
EDon't i I you really missed a treat. The Joyce Bolton. .

members, under the direction of Too bad our baseball boys lost _._

I their instructor. Mrs. Knight.ga'e out last Friday night to San- c--= .., -" ------

(t_,_, _._ _._,_,_._ _.!. a bang-up musical perfor ford 6-1. putting them out of the -- .- .-=>,

[mance. district tournament.
know wTiether I ran settle

down long enough to write the I The following members of the I' Don't forget the Talent Show

news or not. w,'rt with all the ,! Beta (!?lub attended the State Friday night at 8 o'clociy at the
I Convention in Jacksonville last football field. This is sponsoredby
excitement over the Senior Class! "
to But here weekend the Lions and the more tickets -
trip Washington : JoAnn Smith, T. J. I
goes I Alderman Barbara McComb. Bar- sold the more glasses can be

If you missed the "H. M. S. bara Prevail. Barbara Collev, bought for needy children. I

:, Well here we are at the rail

........- road station and what a gang of
I
i f people to see the Seniors off to

From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh i! Washington. Listen to that band!
Honest, you would think the President Fiddlin' '
Around
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I was coming in on that _. --.. ,... -,'-I'" '.',.-
streamliner. S.n r "If 4.Door SWait A Gtntrol Molar Vain "'
7 Here she comes!
The "Write" 1' Everybody aboard for Washington: I I PLAYING NERO before firebreaks I Love it? You'll rave about ii! It's like nothing You ever felt before

: \ Well folks, I can't stand it. You I out can also be mighty because it's like nothing ever {will before. Never such picture-window

I ,; PrescriptionNoticed ''the will news just have the best to get way the you rest can of I'' foolish especially if your vision! lever such a road-huggtog,. relaxing ride: Never such a breath.

three half-fiiUheo triFrom where I sit, little things 'cause Susie has decided to become insurance coverage is out of taking burst of(power as from this record-breaking' "Rocket" Engine!

tern lying on the couater dow at can add up pretty big. A few a roving the reporter and accompany tune with the values it is Never such effortless ease and security; as with this new Safety
Seniors
Jones Drag Store list week. short note make a letter. Boys ton so I can give to Washing-I supposed to protect. =- Power Steering*! Yw, behind the \,:*rl of this Oldsmobile
Writing three at once, Doc: I from our little town help buildup you a -
play description of the trip in you're really firing! So why: waste another day of May? Make your
asked. a strong National Guard to Better for
II see us a protection -
protect our freedom. Even freedom next week's column. Bye for-now. : date with a Super"lJ/a-Cor_ tit"Jlotket"ride of tomorrow!
"No, Doc said, "r n' are-you -Susie TODAY! = .
check-up
and the rest of the town. Those is made up of a lot of thingsare _-::----=-==:::7''.; -- -- n Opioaa/ ...... cod.

for the boys from our -livingwherewelikevotingthe GREEN TII.\.. KS VOT2RSI I T-' --=-= ROCKET ENGINE:
who are at the National Guard way we think is right choosing I II

encampment between coffee, tea, or beer at take this method of express-

Everyone who comes ia adds a dinner. And anything that adds '. ing my deep appreciation to those H. C. WALL LDSMOBI LEU.8"
to freedom! of who voted for = -
life or two and when a couple of up gets my damp me as your School -- '
approval. Board member on May 4. Iill SEE AND DRIVE IT AT YOUR NEAREST CLDSMO3ILE DEALER'S --
gages are filled I mail them.That ,
tray the boys hear from folks who '!continue my keen interest in our AGENCY

I might not write otherwise. They .11I /la.w.{ |j school system and and pledge my to cooperation -I Phont 146 TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
support the
\ure do enjoy it" School Board members who are j I 200 E. Call Street I i iI

elected on May 25; Starke I II
Coprrebt,19i4. tIaaed Stales Brewers FounJurwa PHONE 111 STARKE FLA.
.I I CALL AND COURT
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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA t, PAGE THREE

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fTTTTlTTWWTTTTTTTTTTTT on- Mothers Day.H. I terest in to Pennsylvania where time withrelatives. they .County All of of aid Bradford property State being of in Florida the-I day court in house month door of on June the 1954 first, Ion-I -- --- -....:_--- -'=:. .-:. : --:'::::--- =' : .:-':::-::-':= g:::' ::'5i:: '_-=- i_- _
expect spend some .
.
C. Kelly accompanied by is 7 day of June, 1954.
LAWTEY his brother, Eustace, of New Riv- Unless such certificate or certi- Dated this 5 day of May. 1954 I I
with another We have been authorized to announce ficates shall be redeemed according (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
last
er spent Sunday to law the property described in Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford i FAIRI
by L. II. Futch brother, Grady Kelly at Yan- that the picnic tables in such certificate or certificates will Count. Florida. FABULOUS$ FROZEN FOODS !
y kee Town. the shade of the oaks in front of be sold to the highest bidder at the 5/7 4t 5/28

t A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Dinner guests of Mrs. A. H. the school are put there for the I I \ ...."....''''--

Mrs. W. J. Carson, Mrs. Sam Harley on Mothers Day included use of the public. This courtesyis To My Fellow Citizens of Bradford \
County ;
extended Shell
by the local
t
Bregle Mrs. Elton Caswell, and Mr. and :Mrs. Nelson Blocker and Service Station. I
W. H. Miner and son all of Jack- children; Mrs. W. E. :Miley and I
sonville were dinner guests of :Mrs. W. M. Blocker all of Jack- :Miss Adel Dinkins of JaCkson-' I want to take this time to first give i =:::::::::;:
ville the weekend with her, :::::::
Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. Frank sonville; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie spent =
Wells Thursday of last week. Harley of Starke, and the H. C. parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. 1. Din- God praise for victory and thank each i

Mrs. J. IL Oliver and grandson and D. B. Harley families of Law- ,I kins. one of the fine and loyal friends for the .--
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Billie Oliver of Ft. Myers and tey.Mrs. SOT1CE OF APPLICATION II :-:;:
Kenney Harper of Chicago were H. B. Arwood returned on I FOR TAX DEED support you gave me in the election. By .
Hooae Bill \o. 1M2
::;
recent guests of friends and rela- Monday from a pleasant vaca- Xotice is hereby given that A. 0. the help of the Lord and with a humble :::; Ntw 4itfi
tion visit with relatives in various
tives in Lawtey. Jenkins the bolder of the following : :::
certificates has filed said certificates
of Alabama
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shaw and points Georgia for a tax deed to be issued heart I hope to be the same humble sen-ant
and South Carolina.Mr. thereon. The certificate numbers /4 /h/IIIII'_
daughter. Linda, spent Sunday and Mrs. and years of issuance, the description I have been to all the
Bennett always
with relatives in Palatka.Mr. Bobby of the property and the names people. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat.May 15
and son, Richard, of Daytona :in which it was assessed are as follows -I
and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were :
spent the weekend with relativesin Certificate No.
47. Year of Issuance
dinner guests of their son Les- Lawtey. 195%. I. Limit 1 with $5 or More Food Order -- Chase & Sanborn
lie Phillips, and wife in Gaines- Description of PropertyLot 1 Block H. A.We'll LAWSON
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 19. North Reno Sec. 21, T. 6 S. R. .
ville Thursday evening of last Troy Bennett on Sunday included 22 E. I II II Pound Can
week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett and I Name Hughes.in which assessed "VVUbert II COFFEE F 99CDel
Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs. I
children of Starke, and Mr. and .
Catherine Teare were business
Mrs. Glenn Williamson of Jack
visitors to Gainesville Friday I /
sonville. I i Halves
afternoon.Mrs. Monte California Slices or
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and VALUE
A. H. Harley is spendingthis I = allow FULL
son. Kenneth of St. Augustine No l/i Cans
week with the Nelson Blocker
27C
spent the weekend with his mother tires CLING PEACHES
family in Jacksonville. I d for your
I Mrs. J. S. Shuford. Mr. and
Mother's Day of Mr.
guests
for'I
Mrs. George Shuford were also trade
and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright in- when you ,
dinner guests of their mother on I
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wain- Deep South BrandORANGE
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford
Wright and and Mr. and Mrs. I CORDSuperCushions '
sons and daughter of Starke were visiting I ALL-NYLON Can
Doc Wainwright and New 4.. -oz
daughtersall F
her on Monday evening. ., J JUICE 19C
of Jacksonville and Mr. and Paul :Miller of Jacksonville visi-I
Mrs. James Wainwright of Mel- ,
bourne. ted his uncle, J. T. Reddish and f: ry ;
:Mrs. Reddish Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and
,, Stokely's FinestCRUSHED
Lawteyites attending Homecoming '
,
,
daughters Mrs. by tANN'
accompanied by y
services at Long Branch Bap-
Effie Miner, business visi- No 2 Cans
were ,
tist Church last Sunday includedMr. 25C
tors to Jacksonville PINEAPPLE
on Saturday.Mr.
.
and Mrs. O. J. Anders and
and Mrs. Arwood OODIE1Rrr
Wesley
( Ci
son, Mrs. S. A. Hicks and daughter -
and sons of Bridgeport R. I. were
Helen, Mrs. Hattie Darley r
weekend guests of her parents.Mr. and Miss Sinia Prescott.Mr. : This great tire is made with Goodyear's eiclusive It's Homogenized! (Limit 1)
nylon
and Mrs. C. F. Carter. Aftera 3-T Nylou-the only
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts le-Tempered
two weeks leave with relatives accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. .' cord that is fully controlled at its point of maximum Lb Can
here and in Jacksonville, Mr. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. Dave ; ; ; resiliency and strength The result A tire SPRY SHORTENING 3 79C"
Arwood expects to be sent to are almost
blowouts
Silcox all of Starke were in White that impact
Cuba on new assignment with A: so strong
the U. S. Naval forces of which Springs Sunday afternoon attend- unheard of!

he is a member.Mr. celebration.Mr.ing the Stephen. Foster Memorial And its anti-vibration tread practically tread eUmi hast FABULOUS FRO Z E i FOOD

and Mrs. W. H. Miner and turns.This: remarkable
VALUES ON
and Mrs. John A. HugheySr. I Hates squeal on 880 dcep-cut
son Buff spent Mother's Day and daughter, Jackie, of Or- 1806 inches of non-skid eelges When
with his mother in Lawtey.Mr. lando were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ; safety slots for 15% greater skid resistance.All Nylon Cord Jesse Jewell Frozen Chicken Thighs, Breasts or
and Mrs. Paul Dinkins. 1954 -
R. W. Jr. Lit- H that this new
Mosley on Monday. realize
Freddie Dinkins. and Everett tle Jackie Hughey is spending the you Super-Cusroon costs only a few munch more kg
79C
Loadholtz Saturday visiting were in Mr.Jacksonville Dinkins' week here while her parents at- Hr'7 than standard tires, yet gives'Trade you so today without more DRUMSTICKS [

mother Mrs. C. Dinkins.Mr. i tend the druggist convention in you can see why we say,
Jacksonville. They expect to be
Dinkins Jr. delayl' t
Paul
and Mrs. coming back and spend the week- ACE HIGH Concentrated
of Anthony spent the weekiV : :, w ;i. > ...l.1f.if:: ;;!?:.
,(
,
end with their
Mrs. daughter's family. :,; ,,, ; .. ., ...., := ... .;&t"< _... >> / :"
with their parents Mr. and : < '" '.''A" : iI1f.
'
"'!""" """ .f' 'r \! ::? ." SJ<:> : Cans
P. L. Dinkins Sr. and Mr. and the Mosleys.Mrs.. Eldridge Niblack, accompanied ,: .'..,......'.?.......;.' );;.....'., ',/' ,.'.1 t'';,.... .p"A.'y.;..:....?.f"N,-DAY."' .". .". ; p. 'yAe.': ,"Itf tit...;; N ORA NGE E JUICE J n 99C
Mrs. C. F. Carter. by Mrs. Adams both of < "' '"'W//'"''''''' '''''''','::/w/" '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier and
Jacksonville were visiting :Mr. and r
family of Jacksonville and Mr.

latka and Mrs.were James Mother's B. Rosier Day of guestsof Pa- Mrs.Last J.week's T. Reddish news reported Sunday. that 'l4.GOODMAN'S SERVICE STATION ;:.. -...::-:-:;:: ;;;:::;.:, :;:; '.::;:.::::.::?:;: : < :k:2: ;;:::::::;:::.-::_ :;":;: '::;;:;-k---::;;;'- 7:' :;, .;L.A

James their Rosier.Mr. parents. Mr. and Mrs. his little grandparents Benny Green is in visiting Lake City.with yf SEEBER D. GOODMAN[ FREE 1 Pint SUPERBRAND Ice Cream with RUSO

and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and Instead he accompanied them on is ii : ) U. S. 301 at South City Limits I

children, accompanied by Mr.; a vacation trip to points of in- --- STRAWBERRIES
Thomas mother Mrs. Sallie I
' Thomas of Macclenny were din ,

ner guests of Mrs. Thomas Sr's I

sister in Ocala last: Sunday.Mrs. -C AMERICA'SBecause 4 Cans 99C( ,
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Roden and Mrs. Jones,
who were spending some time

here, Mrs.with Margaret Mrs. Roden's McSwain.daughter are- I, -,- --.-'../-.,'o..._:.-,>_,_--_--->."".".",,,,,..,,,,,, ,=,,_,_,-_.....,.-__,__.__ '.--'.-.- ,_-0-"".._.'."". ".'. ..--_-_ .,_,.-._...._.. --..<4.1
spending homes this week in Ft.at Pierce.their respective AGEN FORDHOOK LIMAS MIX 'EM UP!

Mr. and Mrs. Champ Griffis "BEST SELLER" !
and children arrived home on I SEABROOK BABY LIMAS

Monday after quite some time 4 9 9
spent in Japan where he was stationed AGEN BROCCOLI SPEARS Pkgs. C
with the armed forces.
Mr. Griffis is now on a thirty DIXIANA Fr. Cut Gr. BEANS

day turloug after which he expects
to report for new assign- its Americas Best BuyFord I
ment. Buy 3 Cans & Get Coupon Worth 20c! -- SUNKIST Frozen

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jones and !Cans
and Jerry Wright all
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of Jacksonville spent from Fridayto
Monday with Mrs. McSwainand has pioneered in bringing the most I

sons. Mr. and Mrs. R. W.

McLeod Sunday also afternoon of Jacksonville guests of were the worth-while things to the most people. and more and more AGEN GREEN BEANS 5 Pkgs 89C'


McSwains.Mrs.. B.. H. Appleby and children people are now buying Fords Pkgs
Beverly and Buddy of Jack ; DIXIANA WHOLE BABY OKRA 2 39C

sonville Beach were visiting her

parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren T7 oa A LONG TIME people have As for comfort-Ford is the only car Pkgs 99c'J'
FROZEN CROWDER PEAS
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Saturday. JF recognized that Ford is the"Worth in its field with Ball-Joint Front Sus
W. A. Cullens of St. Simons "
More car. And they have been expension for handling and riding ease.Choice .
Island, Ga. was a guest of Mrs. FORD'S OUT FRONT
pressing their preference in a great andgrowing
Effie Miner on Thursday.Mr. too, is a department where t
and Mrs. Hal McCormack volume of purchases.
of Jacksonville and New York Ford exceBs.You'll find just exactly the National new car SUPERBRAND CHEESE FOOD .

were calling on Mrsi/ Catherine The reason is simple. More and more car for you among the 14 body styles .yCHEEZEE !

Teare Tuesday afternoon. people have found in Ford everything and more than 100 body color and upregistration figures* for

Freddie Dinkins spent the weekend they want and need. holstery combinations in Ford's three OLE L 0

in Macclenny with relatives. great lines. a seven-month periodshow
The Charles Dinks family were If you're In the market for any new car,

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Complete Cast Ot BHS Glee Club's Presentation. M. S. Pinafore' It's Festival Time At Hampton


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Women Of South' Marries Alva Sapp


Memorial BuildingThe Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Taylor of W r ,

Middleburg are announcing the < 1R
W. T. Weeks Chapter of marriage of their daughter, Mary

United Daughters of the Confederacy Carol to Alva Rudolph Sapp son r
was delightfully entertainedby of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp of s

Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson on Wednesday Starke, which was solemnized Sunday

May 5', with the president; May'3, at 3 oclock at the s 3 a

home. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt -
Mrs. W. G. Haile presiding.A Sapp .
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by the division president on organ- Sapp home was decoratedfor Pictured above is the large cast of the musical production, "H. '. I. Clara Starling Pansy Johnson, Sandra Taylor (Josephine), John Simmons .

izational work was read by the the occasion with Easter lillies S. Pinafore" staged successfully in the USO last Friday and Saturday (Ralph), Charles Jenkins (Captain), Tatty Lawson (Buttercup).

secretary.It and white gladioli interspersedwith nights by the BUS Glee Club. Tracy Jones (Sir Joseph), Barbara. Matehett (Little fiche), Betty Jo r

was voted that the American greenery. First row (1 to r) Billye Sanders Maxine Andrews, Betty demons, I Starling Arline Forsyth, Sandra Chambers, and Smith Devoe (Dick e

Legion be invited to cooperatewith The bride chose for her weddinga Jackie Jenkins, Frank Starling Irene Metzger, Sue Witcber Lvnell I Deadeye).

the Chapter in future lovely white organdy three- Dodd, Douglas Nolin (Bosom), Glenda Crosby, Beverly Newmans. I The operetta was under the direction of Mrs. Vhienne Knight, BHS
services. Mrs. L. quarter length frock featuring a '
Memorial Day bodice with pearl buttons I Second row ((1 to r) Mary Julia Futch. accompanist; Sylvia Paulk, music Instructor.
G. Powell historian reported on tight fitting

the Cemetery recent during program which at Rev.Crosby W. from extending the neck to down waistline.the back The Miss Crawford Given !PresbyterianVomen District Meeting Held I Mrs. E. M. Davis .

S. McAlily gave a splendid ad dress had puff sleeves and was Shower Last Week Met Tuesday EveningThe At St. Marks ChurchDistrict Holds Piano RecitalMrs. ,
trimmed with lace. A short veil

dress. fell from her white pillbox hat and Miss Elizabeth Crawford, whose Presbyterian Women of the Three of the Women's E. M. Davis is presentingher f
made to finish pay-
Plans were
she wore a corsage of white car- wedding to John Pierce was an Church met Tuesday evening in Auxiliaries of the Diocese of Florida pupils in a piano recital Thurs
of $296 on
the Chapter quota
Ing Richmond nations. event of Sunday afternoon, was the Sunday School room with Mrs. held] a Spring meeting in St. day evening, May 20 at 8 o'clock, Cs -
Building in
the Memorial Womenof After a short wedding trip to the inspiration for a delightful David Montgomery presiding in Marks Church on Wednesday, May at the Woman's Club, to which the
the
Va., honoring South Florida Mr. and Mrs. Sappare miscellaneous shower last Friday the absence of Mrs. Guy Andrews, 5. public is invited. : a

the South. making their home at present evening from five to six-thirty at president. The meeting began with cele Those participating are: Tom :

Mesdames Perryman, Dinkins with his parents in Heilbronn the home of Mrs Freeman Regis- After a short business meeting bration of Holy Communion at my Andrews Nita Alvarez, Myr- '

and Adkins were appointed to.the Springs.Mr. jter Jr. Hostesses for the delightful I Mrs. Evelynn Cooper presented an 10:30.: The Rt. Rev. Frank A. tice Conway Kathleen Conway.

nominating committee.The Sapp is employed with the affair were Mrs. Register, interesting program "Now and I i Juhan was celebrant, assisted by Janice Conner, Agnes Douglas '

was invited to Sr., Mrs Tomorrow". Those assisting her Sally Ann Epperson, Joalyce Graham
Chapter State Road Surveyors. Mrs. Freeman Register :Rev. R. E. MacBlain, rector of. ,'.'
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hold its annual business meeting Out-of-towTl guests at the wed Carl Mathews, Mrs. L. N. Pick were Mrs. Larry Gibson Mrs. K. St. Marks I Charlene Hardy, Eddie Hart w'i 'I

and picnic with Mrs. A. Z. Ad- ding were: Mrs. H. C. Edwards ering, Mrs. Don Neal. Mrs. Shel-] G. Duncan Mrs. Edna Prevatt and I A business meeting followed mann Dolores Hicks, Sandra ': ;..,

kins at her Kingsley Lake homer Mrs. Sarah Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. ]lie Hall Mrs. Carolyn Redgraveand Mrs. David Montgomery. conducted by Mrs. Rufus Kite I Johns Wayne Kinney Cathryn --t naroia i-Mintm Photos by the Telegraph-

)Irs. Beasley, Mrs. Wilson and W E.- Sapp Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Mrs. Bradford Locke. During the social hour the mem- Powell district president. Reportswere Kelly, Jimmy Lawson, Carol Me- ,, Two old traditions of May are enacted above by students of the '
Rae. Ann Matthews
Mrs. Vining were appointed to and Mr. Easter lillies and roses in at bers celebrated the birthdayan Mary Agnes
Jackson Mrs. Sue Sapp given and a film, "Buildingfor !Matthews Barbara Prevail Carol Hampton Elementary School. Several students are going through a
make plans.The and bits Bob Stube all of Gaines tractive arrangements were place! niversary of the founding of the Christ" was shown. Luncheonwas May Pole Dance in the
.Searing Burge Searing, Harold top picture, and below Is the May Court consisting -
ville H. B. Bennett Mrs. Elinor at vantage points throughout the Women's Work of the Southern served at 12:30 in the Parish
historian
read as her ; I'
pro- and from left to
I Tyus Dorothy Mixon. right of Joe Allen, herald; Dudley Hardy, king;
gram, "The Story of a Gallant Chastain Mrs. Clarabell Bennett home, carrying out the pink and Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Larry House. i, Delores Hardy, queen and Junes Thomas herald.satisfartoi .
Man," by John B. Gordon. and Mrs. Clara Young all of white color motif. The punch table Gibson hostess for the evening The afternoon
was con
The hostess assisted by Mrs. Jacksonville. was overlaid with a lovely white served a birthday cake for the program CALL FOR BIDSAOTICK i
ducted by Miss Florence
Davis served delicioussalad' i cutwork cloth and centered with occasion. I Jennings; TO ('TR.\CTORS '> in Thf Board of P :hUe any bid and to reject anr -.11 "'*...
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a it included a skit by auxiliary Markr, Florida Instruction of Bradford Count | The Board of Public Instructio
course, cake and coffee. Meth dist WSCSMeets p crystal bowl holding an arrange- members. Sealed bids will be received by The Pnard Q ment of white gladioli and pink Starke Garden Club The Board of Public Instruction Bradford County, Florida rese ves i By H P Morgan. Sec r..tarv
MondayThe stock. Balancing the centerpiecewere Bradford County Florida at the of-I I the right to ua ve informalities tn'' 5tH it J'2S, !I

BusinessVomen's PraiseThe G. A. lice of the Superintendent of Public <. ,.... ._. 1-
Encouraged By Auxiliary '-- -
crystal candelabra holding I Instruction: in Starke, Florida up to ..... '.-. clc- lfIIIi -
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Club Meets Methodist W.S.C.S. business I 1:00 0 i lock P.M., Es,T.. Monday, p -"" -
MondayThe and meeting will be held burning pink tapers. Starke Garden Club is still Entertains MothersTo June i, 1954, ar which time and ,
program Mrs. Freeman Register, Sr., place all bids received will be publicly I 1
Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockin receiving much favorable commenton opened and read aloud for I:1 ION I
Starke monthly Business meeting of the the church sanctuary. greeted the guests at the door its first annual Flower Show, highlight G., A. Focus Week, furnishing materials and labor i: CALL
and Professional
and presented them to the receiving the girls entertained their moth- and constructing:
Women's Club will be held Monday The subject of the program will line composed of Miss! staged here last week. This has ers Monday night with mother-(:.Name of Project AmoBt of IJe-j I

May 17, at 8 o'clock in the '' be "Not Above His Master". Mrs. Crawford and her mother, Mrs. given the club membership en and-daughter banquet sponsoredby posit for Plan i I',
'I' 1954 Addition to Starke
Catholic Service Center. Mrs. Titus Olson will have charge of Lonnie Crawford, and Mrs. Free couragement to go forward with the Daisy Fowler and Ida Dar- White School Plant, i I IStarke.
Dorothy Patterson district the service and plans for an even greater show Florida _____ __.__ J20001 HOURS
direr pledge program.Mrs. man Register, Jr. Mrs. Garl Mathews i by Circles under the supervisionof Gymnasium Bradford High !i 24

tor of St Augustine will install I I M. R. Judd will conduct the and :Mrs. L. N. Pickering next year. },frs. J. E. Hildebran young School Starke, Florida ____ J20.00 |

the newly elected officers. devotional. presided at the punch bowls. Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum was people's director. Music High Colliding School Bradford Starke, I I 1 .

Also assisting the hostesses in chairman of the 1953 show and In Florida u.__.__________.__ $!OOO I I
-------- mater. land carrying out the G. A. colors 1954 Addition, Twelve
serving were Mrs. Charley Wade spent months gathering green and white flowers were Grade School for Negroes, I T. I.I MERSEREAU;

and Mrs. J. G. Holton. Miss Janice ideas by attending shows in the Starke. Florida _______n__ 120.00 ,
placed on banquet tables and I
Dansby ,played several piano selections neighboring cities. To her is given I..awtey Elementary School !i
nosegays of the same colors were tor :Negroes> Lavuey. |
NOTICE.It ] -and ,Miss Patsy Benton much; of the credit for the successof given to the mothers. A chicken Florida _________________ $ O.OO :
several solos. the first show here. Any bid received after the specified -
sang dinner was served. time and date will not be con- I PLUMBING I; AND HEATING
Among the lovely gifts pr eAmong those who worked horde sidered.
A program was presented by Each bid must be accompanied by
sented to Miss Crawford w er est in assisting Mrs. Quattlebaum
has repeatedly been brought'to our attention' by the G. A. girls; each girl Intro- a certified heck or bid bond in the I ,
two platters of her chosen china,, to stage the successful show were amount of five per cent of the bas '
Individuals who are under the impression that UHF is duced her mother. Carol Ann bid aO! guarantee that the bidder if
a remembrance of the occasion I Mrs.. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. R. F. REPAIRSINSTALLATIONS[
Pickett gave a talk on Girl's Aux awarded the contract, will within I .
unsatisfactory In this area, that Channel 86 isn't on from her hostesses. Young Mrs. V. V. Hazen Mrs ten consecutive calendar days after'

full power. These assertions are incorrect Channel C. A. Parham Miss Clara Leaman iliary work. .written notice being given of such '
(award, enter into a written contract
36, 1VJIIP-TY is on full power and Is being received Winsome Class Met Mrs. A. E. Haigh Mrs. F. F. At the close of the meeting, with The Board of Public Instruction f

satisfactorily by dozens of our customers. Flume Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mrs Mrs. Hildebran introduced the of Bradford County, Florida .
accordance with the
in accepted -
Tuesday EveningThe I Ewell Lawson Mrs. Cesar Rivera counselors and a word of en- bid and give a contract surety
Unfortunately, It cannot be received beneficiallywith Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mrs couragement and praise was given bond satisfactory to said Board in

an Installation of the lowest cost We can, how- Baptist Winsome Sunday Russell Norman.Elizabeth by Mrs. R. A. Green, \WMU president an amount of the equal contract to one price.hundred percent I

ever, with a mo rate>ry priced' antenna system using school class met Tuesday eveningat and Rev. L. D. Haines. No bidder may withdraw his bid MYERS WATER SYSTEMS
the home of Doris Vickers with pastor. for a period of thirty days after the I
only finest materials and superior techniques guarantee Crawford date set for the opening thereof. t
Jo Ella Hardy as cohostess. --
All work shall: be done in accordance -
worthwhile reception. We ofter a free demonstration The project for the present is I'Honored At Barbecue Delores with plans, specification.) and I ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
with KimbroughPresented contract documents relative thereto:
obUgatioaCHAS.
no
to make draperies and painting in
I which may be examined at the office
the hospital building on Madison Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawfordof In Recital of the Superintendent of Public Instruction I SPEEDY SERVICE
Starke Florida, or at the
C. SHEPHERD RADIO TVRadioTYUpholsteringSeat street. Hampton were hosts at a love- office of Goin any Moore. Architects,
Mrs. Corner 7th and St. Clair Sts.
Cora Dugger was elected Sun- ly barbecue supper party Satur- Dolores Ann Kimbrough Gaines'jlle.o'iorida.. One set of Starke, Ha.

CoversA shine chairman and Virginia Dar day evening at their home, hon- soprano daughter of Mr. and Mrs. such forms plans for and bidding contract for documentsand each pro-

by as secertary and treasurer. oring Miss Elizabeth Crawfordand N. D. Wainwright Jr. of Hallan- ject may be secured by general contractors -
YEAR'S EXPERIENCE IN UHF dale from either of said officesby '
Delicious refreshments were John Pierce whose weddingwas formerly of Starke, was pre- depositing therewith the amount I
served to the nine members pres- an event of Sunday afternoonThe sented in a recital at Stetson set forth above under "Amount ofDl'potiit
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for Plans" in cash C3
or t\IUt\
'- ,- .. -,- '- -. -- .. ent during the social hour. party followed the honored University last Sunday afternoonat order which deposit will be refunded money ()
couple's wedding rehearsal. 3 o'clock.Airs. I upon submission! of a bona fide
Did and return of said plans and
Decorating the home for the Kimbrough has been
THE a contract documents in good condi-
SPECIALSALE occasion were arrangements of soloist \ith the Stetson Glee Club, tion within ten days after the date
i W' S' Spring flowers in variegated colors a student director of work- set for opening the bids. Any addi- SPECIALS
opera tional sets requested for purposes ;
PELICANCLUB : The lace-covered buffet table shop, and has appeared on television other than the submission of a bid I
will be furnished at the actual cost
I|was centered with a lazy susan and radio with the glee of duplnation but without refund I

; which held an artistic arrange- : club throughout the U. S. I I Bidders' qualifications must be i!

,lT l lb I ment of roses and fernery. For her recital Mrs. Kimbroughwore .- -. '- --- i 'I:
7Jordens ::. -' i iF
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the the bride
| During evening a "Ruth Clark original", I 0t ,
and groom presented their wedding blue nylon over taffeta, designedby I Ji.J ." ,
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I attendants with personal her aunt, Mrs. D. T. Clark Ie .. ; -.
gifts of remembrance. of Miami. I EB :4"f;

Enjoying the affair were members I STARKE FL'.1\ f

Announces I I, of the wedding party. Local Piano StudentsAre uIl ''


\VMU Business Circle Audition WinnersGlenda Fri., Sat. May 14. 15 r. I


FRIDAY and SATURDAY ', Holds MeetingThe Parker Wayne Thomas. DOUBLE FEATURE;

I Jacquelin and Sandra Mott, of PRIVATEEYES ;
Business Women's Circle Brooker and Myrna Lou Rahnof With Leo Gorily and the Bowery :

Mrs. A. Russell Norman leader Raiford. piano students of Mrs. Boys

met :Monday night in the church Joe Hill Williams, have been de-

sanctuary. clared local winners in the National I -AND- !

DANCE'FRIDAY Under the direction of Mrs. F. Piano Auditions, and have received i i II
:
"J Shaw, Mrs. Don Neel, and Mrs. their certificates and mem Law Of The Saddle r f-

Ruby Johns gave a program en bership pins in the National Fra With Bob Livingston I

titled "Educating for Truth in ternity of Student :Musicians. Plus Serial "Jungle Raider" Chap. I

South America." The meetingwas They played last Saturday in No. 8 and Cartoon for Kids I ? .,.r r'' y i %
i'r' ( adjourned with prayer by Jacksonville before Madame Lusia 'rrA.e

NITE TOMMY TANTE Mrs. J. W. Ritch. Refreshmentswere Stojowski, noted teacher and art 'i
Sun. lion
and Tues. \ +
} +' served by the hostesses ist of New York City. Driving ,..,,. SvikiaS nod M it BbsdS599s I kO
9:00 to 1:00 And Hi Band Mrs. E. D. Ten1y and Mrs. A. R. with them to Jacksonville were May 16,17,18DOUBLE +hvtthsif lifui ....?. w'j I

Norman. :Mrs. L. A. )fort. :Mrs. James W. FEATURE ...,:

IV: I, il Thomas Mrs. Hugh Rahn. and THUNDER BAY II DOWN
,. ,. The WMU monthly business I Mrs. CEDAR C DELIVERS
Williams.
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SATURDAY Nite J. JACKSON meeting and program will be held 1 IN TFXriLMCOLORWith l ANT IANI

} Tuesday May 18, beginning with I James Stewart, Joanne Dru I' ......, EASY WEEXIY #
8:00 to 12:00 f And His Band At Most Bordea Dealers I II I a covered dish luncheon at 12 \United Church Women and Gilbert Roland CHESTS PAYMENTS I

I noon.MOVING. Install Officers Today ANDJEOPARDY IA 1tE few ot ,
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\ The United Church Women AJABVHTKEO i
will

Fun For All meet today (Friday) at 3 o'clock g.'Z s N _CHc9M.

P.M. in the Methodist church. With Barbara SUnwjck and Barry LIFE ". !

:Mrs. Glen James of Tallahasseewill Sullivan ({

install the new officers. Plus Color _. _

ROUND AND SQUARE DANCES I LOCAL OR Safe PHONE Cartoon for Kids ... I

Dependable Recital Schedule d
: LONGDISTANCE Wed., Thur. May 19, 20
311, t
; EconomicalR. At Keystone HeightsThe DOUBLE FEATURE '
11m Ceattrl )'110- ,
B. Alvarez OR Out Of The East ..r c.e.. Dr..a u $7915 ? ,
Keystone Heights studentsof biK.sugwlattd4n* n JL
The Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J Mrs. J. L. Stallings will give a With Robert Mitchiun, Jane Greer I .Eon 1i#<>a ,

PELICAN CLUB Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO. piano and accordion recital at the OHfG.\.UlEH1SAWOIIQllMOfHS, SctumJi.cc1.oc1en taucleA.rrica.Ie. .4 993uM

i Keystone Heights Woman's Club AND I rAror d Will 10s1ou.3t141fdaj trtr- ,

on Thursday May 20,.at 8 p.m. The Forbidden Land i' '
STORAGE The public is cordially invited. HART FUfiNITURE i
3 Miles East of Starke on Old Blanding Road With Johnny WeissmuDerPlus CO. i

i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Color Cartoon for Kids I

< ,9 Ferryman BIdg. S. Court SU Starke, Florida I spent several days recently visiting Phone SO -
their Starke. Fla.w 1
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I FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ,STARRE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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Precincto.. 8 ThrrriwaClyde I you are required to serve a copy of J address i is
.6" I Carnegie Pennsylvania. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Band At Park I
Junior Plays City Hall. Clerk; Clyde Hersey, your answer or pleading to the complaint You are required to appear on eraph.
Walter L. Dobson and E. E. Triest I on the Plaintiffs Attorney I June 14. 1954. in the above namei' !(Dated this 12 day of May, 1954.
InspectorPrecinct--. Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange
court and cause, wherein plaintiff I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
\o. 7 New KiirrReddish Building Jacksonville.Florida seeks divorce.
I I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Andrews. Clerk: Mana I Bradford County Telegraph shal'publish ;
Wiggins, Curtis Dukes and Fonzo and file the original in the office ot.' this Order in next four j Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
I it r.'ws. Inspectors. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on weekly issues. '! 5.t44t64FRIGIDAIRE
pr..dnrt0.. 8 BrokerWilson I or before the 14th day of June Witness my hand and official
OIN Green Clerk; M. D. IIar.IJ 1954; otherwise the allegations of seal! at Starke. Florida, this May 11' r
C_ THE NEWS ...-.- ,>( Howard Douglas, Leslie Green said Complaint will be taken as [19ii.
and Howard Mott, Inspectors. I.confessed by you. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Paroj
sssn r rrrrss ssss-s-snrt.-sSssJsJSsSrSSrrJrr v Ey Order of the Board of County This notice shall be publishedonce As Clerk of said Cour'
'.:Commissioners of Bradford County. er.ch'eek for four consecutive !! Dy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Raines and I :Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot hadas Florida. May 3. A.D.. 1954.iOFFWI.L / weeks in the Bradford County Tele. !(,Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life ;
:SEAL: ) Charles A. Darby graph. Bids.. Jacksonville Fla.
{ sons, of Gainesville, were Sunday recent guests Mrs. Frances Clerk Circuit CourtIt Dated this 10 day of May 1954.; Attys. for Plf. 5/14 4t .6; 4SOTICE THERE'S JUST ONE ;

[,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam And- | Parker, Mrs. Karma Wallen and 5/14 OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)tne Charles Circuit A. Darby p. I! i

I Rev. and Mrs. Cesar Leuellen, all ,.. Marian L. TO APPEAR FRIGIDAIREMade
erson. I. Circuit Court Bradford. COUllt Ey Crosby. Deputy urt.1 I I.. Circuit Court, Bradford County

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Wells I 1 lot St. Petersburg. Florida- E Young In Chancery.Doris Plaintiff. FrankL I 5/14 4t !' Florida: In hancery.Dolores only by General

|of Birchwood Alaska, have purchase -I Mr. and :Mrs. Julian McRaeof Young, Defendant.Case In Circuit. Conrt. Bradford County. Robert Williams.Williams Defendant.Case Plaintiff. \'- Motors Corp. All other
home in South Starke Hope Valley. R. I., are spending No. 10-49 Floridat In Chancery.Ohla 'I
a Order or PuhUt'atl..antl >olic; Ellen Beard. Plamtiff1'. Joseph No. 10-504; Electric Refrigerators are
where they will make. their home. three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Toppur! State Of Florida To A. Beard, Defendant. Notice To Appear.To made by other
I McRae. Frank L Young. whose residenceand Case No. 10-498 : Robert Williams. whose reM. companiesand
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbyand Russell :,JUNIOR BAND CONCERT last Sunday afternoon brought good crowd address is: 8 Plymouth Drive, Order Of Puillftatioaad Notice '!.i{dence and address is: c/o S. W. Far. cannot use the word
son Micky, spent Sunday in I BULOVA WATCHES $1 per' Amityville, Long island New York. Appear; State Of Florida To j I ber. 415 Pruckner Boulevard Bronx
St. Augustine week at Dahmer's. (tf) out to City Park on Church St. Director Gay Rimert (back to camera) You are required TO appear on Joseph A. beard whose residenceand 'New York. Frigidaire.
Orange Park and I Wed- I' puts young musicians through their paces in outdoor setting. ,June 14, 1954, in the above named address is: Unknown I You are hereby notified that i-
Beach. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to appear on suit for
Henry Osteen in seeks divorce. I June 14, 1954; in the above named Divorce. custody and control Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark I ne.dayyisiting I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletor i 1 Mrs. Pete Dyai returned home Bradford-eo'mty..Telegraph.i hall Court anA.cause. wherejo.; plaintiff, "minor childrenhas

I end Mrs. T. S. Denmark spent the Plant' City. had as Sunday guests, Mr. and! Saturday from St. Vincent's hospital publish this Order in next four seeks Bradford divorce. been filed against you in th ? ?
Mrs. Carl Hunter spent Tuesday weekly Issues. County Telegraph shall above named Court and cause an.-
.weekend in Crescent City with I I of last week with Mrs. Earl Middleton, Mrs. Ellen where she underwent sur Witness my hand and official publish this Order in next :lour you are required to serve a copy o;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas and to Thursday Mrs. Della Wellam and seal at Starke, Florida this 10 May. weekly issues your answer or pleading to the corn* THEN SEE
( I I her mother, -Irs. J. :F. Clardy Dowling gery. I 1954. Witness my hand and official seal plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney!
[ family. ill in the Municipal Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Carters 7.9 and $8.95 Dress (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby at Starke Florida this May 12, 1954. T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla I'.
Alvarez' now selling Carter i j who was seriously and Mrs. Lloyd Abbott and daugh- Shoes now $6.95 Alvarez' Store. As Clerk of said Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and file the original in the office o.* E. H. SMITHTenth
hospital in Tampa.Mr. :By Marian! L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk As Clerk of said Court. the Clerk of the Circuit Court oc
Dress Shoes $6.95 were $7.95 and i McKnight ters, Lois and :Marjorie, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles spent :Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk or before the 14 day of June.
18.95. I I and Mrs. Eustis Simmons and daughter, Jan, Sunday in Tallahassee with Jacksonville, Florida. Chas. R. Hess, 204 uaranty Life 1954; otherwise the allegations o=
the weekend atI Roy Bldg., Jacksonville Fla.Attys. said Complaint will be
at Gold and family spent 'Attys. for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4 taken as con and Temple.ATe.
Spending Mother's Day of Tampa. friends? for Pit. 5'14 4t 6/4 fessed by you. .
/ Head Branch at a family picnic I I St. Augustine. Beach Mrs. L. D. Green. Mrs. Henrietta Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and I h The Circuit fourt Of The Eighth I This notice shall be publishedonce Starke, Fla.
I Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Judicial Circuit Of Florida. In In The Circuit Court Ot Bradford each week for four consecutive
were: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Douglas i Mr. and Hunt and Mrs. C. D. Williamswere daughter, Linda Kay, spent Sun- And For Bradford {County I ountr.. Florida, In Chancery. ,

JMr. and Mrs Jess Sherwood and I accompanied by their parents. H. in Gainesille last Friday. day in Valdosta Ga. visiting Mr.Sale's 'I In Chancery.D. I,Dona Dilbon Bell Dilbon, Plaintiffs. ,. I IClyde I I -. -=- I!
Defendant.Case
Mrs. W. H. Starling Thomas and Srletta Thomas. I
ColjIIJn nd L.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I D. Carter Bible
son Joe The Methodist Ladies mother, Mrs. J. H. Sale, his wife, & L. H. Outlaw and Alma No 10496Order
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Colson '! of Jacksonville attended the Mrs. W. E. Plaintiffs.. F. [ Of Publication And Notice
Class are guests of who accompanied the Guy Sales Outlaw, .his wife.
Church I To Appear; State Of Florida To j HOME I
Baptist Packham, et al OWNERS%
and Branch M.
and children,' all of Staike Long Sunday. Middleton at her cottage at Cedar home for a two week's isit. I! eQUIET TITLE ETC. I I I Clyde Dilbon, whose residence and I I

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins of Homecpming on Keys today (Friday). Friends of little Martell Faulk.'Order Of Publicationnd Notice To !

Jacksonville.Mrs. Attention, Poultrymen, Dairymen Mrs. H. C. Douglas are of Jacksonville of Appear: The Mate of Florida. To:
Mr. and
granddaughter
Farmers, Housewives; F. M. Packham. Joyce B. Pack- RE ELECT I Fix I II.
O. 0, Webb underwent a in History. leaving today for a week vaca- the Maxie Carters, will be inter- ham. Norman Blue, C. L. Richards Up -. Pay Up. On Time
.
major operation in St. Vincent's Simplest Fly-Killer tion with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ested to know that she will appearon William Jones also known as Wm.
new Fly Flakes.-Sis- Jones. Gussie Durden, F. I. McCall. L. L. RENFROE I
'Hospital Tnursday of last week. Amazing Douglas in Orlando and with rela- the "Once Upon a Story Time" also known as Flank I. McCall, W II i i
Holtzen-I trunk Feed and Seed Co. It. Lane. John C. Edie also knownas I ----==
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. tives in Sarasota. TV program Saturday morning, 1 I.L-: !
and :Mrs. Wallace Faulk J. C. Edie. 'has. Roberts John R. I.
Mr.
I, orf. Sr., spent! Sunday with Mrs. Jacksonville Judge and Mrs. Ronald Adamsof at 9:30 o'clock.Mr. 5arle. Jr., also known as J. R. !
Holtzendorf's mother, Mrs. R. and daughters, of Jessup, Ga., 'were Saturday and Mrs. Bill Graham and Karle. Jr., J. D. Lemore Thos. "'. 1, --
I 'I Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Pitts also known as T. W'. PiUs, .
Koolbeck in Jasper- spent guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. family and Mrs. B. E. Fuller Samuel C. Lane. also known as 1

Mr. and Mrs.:B.'B. Alvarez and Maxie .Carter Sr. and left their Middleton.AU visited Mrs. J. H. Gill in St. m'l. C. Lane, John Alexander Gra- 1 1I _
daughter, Marion, with the junior ham, James L. Gates and A. Dyal, if I I i
daughter. Sylvia, spent the past $7.96 and $8.95 Carters Luke's hospital on Sunday.Mrs. alive, and the unknown spouse of

week in Durham, !i'. C, on. busi- Carters at Kingsley Lake for a Dress Shoes reduced to $6.95 At Frow Strickland and each of them, if alive and if any of
/ week's visit. I them be dead to the unknown
I Alvarez' store. daughters Elaine and I
Cynthia spouse heirs, devisees, grantees I
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict FinzerJr. spent the weekend with Mrs. legatees. assignees creditors and

, ness.ALVAREZ' ) Clothing and son, Benny. are spendingthe Strickland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. other against claimants each, by and through every of underor the

I' STORE Ien's. .I III! I weekend at Warm Springs. H. W. Moyer in Jacksonille. above named persons who are deceased I

I' Established 1894 1 Ga., where Benny will receive his Attention, Poultrymen Dairymen ; to Company the Florida of and Florida& Immigration and- /I

I regular polio checkup.Mr. Farmers, Housewives; its unknown kuccessors trustees COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,

and Mrs. Junius Smith hadas Simplest Fly-Killer in History. through stockholders or under and other it; and claimants to all other by Bradford County / ,

weekend guests at their Kings- Amazing new Fly Flakes.-Sis- persons claiming any right. title, 1 He believes he will
Col. and Mrs.H. lien or interest in or to the follow confidently MODERNIZE! REPAIR! PAINT! DO IT NOW
ley Lake cottage trunk Feed and Seed Co. ing described property situate in be re-elected. -

BROWN DERBY C. Wall and children of St. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand Fl-adford County, Florida to-wit: PAY LATER. We'll help you plan any

4. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Co!. J. A. Griffin spent Sun- PARCEL Northwest ONE Corner: Commence of the Northeast at the- :2-He is Chairman of the Board Improvement ard Arrange Easy

Meyers and daughter, Sandi, of day in Lakeland visiting Mrs. Quarter of Section :24! and is proud of the honor and Monthly-Terms.
Butch Township 7 South, Range 21 East, the other members -
t'ooperatt'sitb
Jacksonville and Sgt. Griffin who has been staying with Bradford County, Florida; thencerun

Smith from GMC. ,her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. North 88 degrees 38 minutes of the Board. You Can Borrow Up To $2jOO With .

Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. T. R. 'Coker while Mrs. Coker is ill. East 2640 feet: thence run South
CAFE 7 degrees 03 minutes West 411.5feet 3-He believes in conducting the
._ Connell and Mrs. Robert Taylor DKI John H. Pierce, USN leaves thence run South 57 degrees affairs of the County in an O NO MONEY DOWN
20 minutes West 771.6 feet to
spent Thursday of last week in i Saturday for a tour of duty in Point of Beginning; thence North economical, fair and impartial UP TO 3 YEARS TO PAY

Jacksonville. Naples, Italy. 58 degrees :SO minutes West 444 manner.
Open Under New Management feet to East Right of Way of
Attention, Poultrymen, Dairy I Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter State Highway No. :200! ; thence Check These Small Monthly Payments On
4-He is quiet, gentlemanly, :
men, Farmers' Housewives; I Kate, had as Sunday guests Southwesterly along said Rightof t'omi i.
Way 341 feet; thence South 82 mon and plain, but he is not
Simplest Fly-Killer In History Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and degrees 18 minutes East 243.5 $300 Just $10.19
KITTY'S HOME COOKED MEALS & SHORT ORDERS Amazing new Fly Flakes.Sistrunk Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Jacksonville feet; thence North 55 degrees 30 lacking in courage.

Home Made Pies Biscuits and Corn Bread Feed and Seed Co. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. minutes Beginning.East 241.4 All .being feet to and Pointof lying 5-He believes in doing the right $500 Just $16.81

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dowlingand Page and daughter, Merrill Lynn, in the Northeast Quarter South., thing, and be \\on't promisemore $1000 Just $31.94
Section 24. Township-
Complete Turkey Dinner 1.25 daughter, Shirley. of High of Lake City. Range 21 East, Bradford County. than he can do.

Springs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Evelynn Cooper is movingthis Florida. the We'll suggest reliable local workmen, if you wish. Our
Commence at
PARCEL TWO: Know L L (Leon) Renfroe better
-YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED- Mrs. J. D. Doyle Sunday after- week from the F. H. Lone Northwest Corner of the Northeast and you will have confidence in planning service and advice is absolutely FREE.
Quarter of Section 24, Township
to Mrs. Steve Weldon'sapartment.
noon.Mr. I f-partments 7 South Range 21. East. him and you will VOTE FOR HIM INVESTIGATE I
and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Bradford County, Florida; Thence I LIASIGO TO THE POLLSTUESIAY I,
Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson spent Sun- I Robert Taylor was home for the run North 88 degrees 38 minutes,
MAY 25th And VOTE
,
East 709 feet to the Point of Beginning -
day with Mr. Dankel's parents. [weekend from GMC. ; Thence North '88 degrees STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY I

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dankel in Way- I Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Gay have -. 38 minutes East 1931 feet; FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERVote
The J1&uth 7 degrees 03 minutes :
cross, Ga. 'moved to Soring Lake. \Vet 411.5 feet; Thence .
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cellon of I'I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner and South 55 degrees 05 minutes ,,1.L RENFROE For One Phone 45 Washington St. at S. A.L. Depot.
West 1192.7 feet: Thence North (X.)
Gainesville were Sunday afternoon I j I family are moving to State Farm 89 degrees 57 minutes West 513 i I Starke, Fla.

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. this week. feet: Thence Xorth 0 decrees 02 I (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
C'I I minutes West 105 ft'el- Thence
Hollingsworth. I Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson Jr.. North 89 degrees 57 minutes --

J. D. Doyle returned home Sun- and son Jimmy, of Panama City, degrees West 390 02 feet minutes; Thence West North 924 0 --

day afternoon after undergoing spent the weekend with Dr. and I feet to the Point of Peginning.
St. Vincent's hospitaltwo Mrs. Lemuel Colson. all lying and being in the :Northeast ;
in
Sewing Machine Operators surgery Quarter of Section 24, Township .
weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. John 7 South, Range 21 East,
of Greensboro Gainesville, dinner. Bradford ('"unty. Florida, SAVE
Mrs. L. A. Jackson son, of were ROBBINS'SllOEA
AND EXCEPTING THEREFROMthat
N. C., is spending several guests of his mother, Mrs. W. N. portion thereof now ownedby
&
Experienced UnexperiencedAGES months with her son-in-law and Johnson, Sunday.Mr. L.. H. Outlaw and Alma Outlaw -
his wife as more particularly -
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. i and Mrs. R. F. Johnson and I described in Parcel One here-

18 THRU 35 Sheppard. Mrs. Matile Retinzoer. of Memphis,, inabove and also described in
: that certain Warranty Deed
M-Sgt. and Mrs. W. E. Plummer T nn., and Calif., were visiting: ecuted by D. L. Thomas and ex-I

Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital and children of the Patrick Air Mrs. W. N. Johnson Wednesday., Outlaw letta Thomas and Alma his wife Outlaw.to L.

Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others Force Base were weekend guestsof night of last week. Mrs. Retin- wife .under date of February 28,
Mr. and :Mrs. M. F. Hazen did missionary work during:'I 1953 said Deed being recorded
troer I
I in Deed Book 73, Page 13 et seq., I
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE and relatives in Brooker.Mrs. the last war and is visiting ir 1 Public Records of Bradford

10th & CHURCH STREETS Adolph Gay returned home Florida,before returning to Calif. You County and Florida.each of you are hereby

Sunday from St. Vincent's hospital Mr. and Mrs. Zack J. Roberts; notified that a Bill of Complaint has

where she underwent surgery.Mr. of Hastings visited Judge and Mrs. been filed in the Circuit Court of
BIG DAD Co. Bradford County Florida in Chancery -
Manufacturing and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Geo. A. Gardiner Saturday. On I by D. L. Thomas and Seletta

family spent the weekend at Salt. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Me-. Thomas, his wife and L., H. Outlaw
and Alma Outlaw. his wife, as plaintiffs -
Starke, Fla. Springs. Koone of Hastings were theii and against you and each of

Attention, Poultrytnen, Dairymen ,I guests. you as defendants; that the nature
of said suit is to quiet and confirm
Farmers, Housewives; Sunday guests of Mrs. G. Q I the title- of plaintiffs L. H. Outlaw

f in Mr. and Mrs. John. and Alma Outlaw, his wife to Parcel All Robinette Shoes
,., .._, '0 _: p' _" ., ., __ ... .- -', Simplest Fly-Killer History. Conner were One of the above described landsas I
Amazln new Fly Flakes. Sis- ny McCloud of St. Augustine, Mr. a fee simple title, and to qul.t

;, trunk Fred and Seed Co. I and Mrs. M. M. Strickland and I and confirm the title of plaintiffs
I). L. Thomas and Seletta Thomas,
Mrs. Guy Andrews and son. daughters of Florahome and Miss his wife and L. H. Outlaw 'and Alma

Tommy and Robbie Ward spent Miriam Barnes. Tuesday guest Outlaw, his wife to Paicel Two of '. I 5.95 Value
the above described land as a fee '
I the past week with Mrs. Andrews' was Mrs. J. J. Edenfield of Lake simple title; and you are requiredto

I relatives! in Wytheville, Va. Butler. appear and serve a opy of your 14$ $ 99
Dedicated To answer or pleading on Plaintiffs '
Community Service _
Mrs. J. B. Sapp of Starke and Penny Hollingsworth spent the attorney, A. J. Thumas, Jr., whose _
Movie Are Better Than Ever" Mrs. Donnie Moore of Gainesville weekend in Lake City with her address is Starke, Florida, and to
I file the original of your answer or
will spend the coming week in brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and pleading in the office of the undersigned -

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Miami. Mrs. J. L. Hair. Clerk of Circuit Court on '
June 14, 1954; otherwise the allt'gations Now
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS I Mrs H. P. Moye of Orlando is Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. of said complaint will be takenas t-c: 'lc

I returning to her home today after of Tampa spent the weekend with confessed further by you.it :
ordered that this
( Fri. Sat. May 14, 15 ', Sun., Ion. May 16, 17'QUODELIGHTS ,spending a wt'ekith her son-in- the senior Flynns. Order of Publication and Notice be
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.G. Mrs. J. L- Boone and daughter.Miss forthwith published once each week
DOUBLE FEATURE tur four successive vtfetks in Brad-
| S. Newcomb.) Mrs. Moye is: Ina Boone. of Tallahasseeare ford County Telegraph, a duly qualified AA & B WIDTHS

ISGUN.. all' .i being accompanied home by Pvt. spending this week with Mr. County.ntwspap"rluu1i b1d in said I ALL SIZES -
,
and Mrs Bert Newcomb for a and Mrs. A. H. Henr). Witness my hand and ofifi-ial seal

WAS was ,. I short visit.Carters Mr. and Mrs. P... F. Young spent at Starke, LYadford County, S WHITE RED BEIGE MULT1S AND
ua, this May 7, 1954.! ; l"lvri.\\ -
QUiCK... .. Dress Shoes were $7.95and Sunday with :Mrs. Young's mother (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles. NYLON MESH

$8.95 now $6.95 at Alvarez ;Mrs. S. R. Love, in Ocala, at a Clerk of Circuit Court of
ford County, Florida. Brad-I
Store.
family reunion. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
t 1 Rt'W S. McAliley attendedthe Silt 4t 6/4 j

TrcRxcotOR traming school of the Bible Notice is hereby TSOTICK given that the In The Court Of-The County Judge, EXTRA SPECIAL -- FRI. SAT. MON. ONLY .
School Workers at the Riverside following Clerks and Inspectors have Hradford County, Florida. ,
for the Second Pri- In Probate.
Park Methodist Church in Jacksonville been appointed
mary Election to be held Tuesday In Re: Estate of Edward Seabright.
I on Monday. May 25, A.D.. 1954 in the various deceased. |
I Plus Frog and Princes.-" and Lat- precincts, of Bradford County. Flor- .Notice Of Filing Petition For Finaliiqharge : BOY'S -

Ii i i es.t World Xews ida: Pu'cIn't0.. 1 La..t..,. ALL WHOM Admlniotralrlx IT MAY CONCERN.Notice ITO i I j :

Mitchell Brown, Clerk; Karl Tes- is hereby given that I have __ i _
| E. A. YANCEY ton. Albert F. Frown G. H. Pearce filed my final returns at Admini SHORT
and Abner X Yarborough. Inspec stratrix of the estate of Edward
MflA$11II.NItU IDMSI &$U IAI I 1 tors. Seabright, deceased; that I have filed -
I II IIs PIq W P [ Tues., Wed.. Thur. lhedeo Precinct :\o. : North SUrke my petition for final discharge,
I II I -- May 1 'IS. 19, 20 !: Day Shift and that I Hill apply to the Honor SLEEVE
Albert L. Crosby Jr.. Clerk; Kath- able Theron A. Yawn County Judge
-AND- I IN theIrp4 ryn E. Alvarez Mildred Brown sapp of Bradford County. Florida, on _
Minnie L. Tyus Austin Fender El- June 8. 1354. for approval of the
don Sapp. Elizabeth C. Fowler, 1':. tame and for final discharge as Ad S COTTON
FIVE ANGELSON I A. Winkler, Robert Firth and Myrtle ministratrix of the estate of Ed-
of an evil era! Haislop. Inspectors. ward Seabright. deceased. : PLISSES SIZES 2-18.
MURDERWith l\ *lat Shift May 14. 1954.; PRINTS
Paulette H. L. Norman Clerk: Nita Dobbs Cgned) Cas ie Seabright ,'-
J. Lucian.Conner, H. K. TvuS Chas. Administratrix of the Estate of S SOLIDS $ 39
ALL STAR Cast Hardy and Mary Ella Watterson. Edward Seabright, deceased. First
GODDflRD .,Inspectors. 5/14 4t 6,4 Quality
. Plus "Sentimental Over You" Precinct \.. 3 Seath SUrke
Cartoon and :\' 5 Serial Day Shift SOTICB TO APPEAR
Chapt
'i o L. M. Gaines, ClerK; Clyde Colson. I. Circuit Cnri. Brait.n C.n>ty ,,
Florida! IB -b.--
Ernestine M. Denmark. Margaret Cautery.
Brown E. Duggar Jones and PearlZ. Olive M. Fitzhugh also known as
G. R. SANDERS I .Seeitat Burnham. Inspectors. Olive M. Fisher Plaintiff vs JohnT. 1K
MKM Shift Fitzhugh also known as JohnT.
\ Raymond F. Stone. Clerk; Ruth B. Fisher, Defendant. Come In and
COMING SOON STARKEHARDWARE Broadway Mildred A. Parker G. Case No. 10-4S5
I Paul Raymond. Russell S. McRae Vatlcc To Appear
and Ronald M. Gnffis Inspectors. To: John T. Fitzbugb also knownas Stock Up Fort
'Reaching From I Preriart Xo. 4 Graham John T. Fisher, whose residence A.f'
\ CO. I Clarence Frazier, Clerk; Dewey and' address is: 1229:! Stonewall ;
,Marrhee, Ervin Dyal and John street Brunsw k. Georgia. ; ,. TheSuminerVt
4 Heaven' Plus 'Rice and Hens" Cartoon and I Ward. Inspectors. You are hereby notified that &
H. BITCH, Owner Prcrimet X*. S Hampton suit for U
Latest World News ;
__, : ---.-- (Phone 8 Starke Fla. I H. D. May, Clerk; C. C. Cox, Henry Divorce --, f
- ,
Ir D. Rawell and Walter H. Griffin, has been filed against you In the .
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0' -- - -- : Inspectors. above nsrtnrt COllin and cause zut ......
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FRIDAY, 5L\Y It, 1954

fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl baugh, sister, Ruby, and Mrs. ed by the 8th grade girls assisted I 'O.K. Nero' I 1
" D. W. Swindell were in Lake City by the principal Mrs. Ola PlaysAt 'Thunder Bay'Plays ,Three Are Called Scouts Attend

HAMPTON Sunday to visit Mrs. Bedenbaugh's Perkins and P. T. A. presidentMrs. Florida Theatre I At Park :For Induction HOMECOMING ? i
brother Ray Newsome. W. W. Hammond. I There will be a Homecoming, Court Of Honor ;
Sunday, Monday For Three Days Sunday, May 16, at the Oak
Mrs. Roland Nazworth and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cannon. i Three men have been called by
Mrs. Wm. W llammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Boy Scout
by Grove Troop 70 attended
Baptist Church, located be-
three children, Mary Ann, RolandJr. daughter-in-law, Mrs. Drew and "O. K. Nero". playing at the "Thunder Bay", the story of a|Selective Service Local Board 18 I tween and Court of Honor in Gainesville last
children were shopping in Gaines- Florida Theatre 'for induction on May 5. They arc: Camp Blanding Middle-
and Billy of Philadelphia arrived Sunday and Mon- battle between fishermen and off- Thursday night. Those
Mrs. T. J. Alderman chairman I Sunday to spend some time ville Saturday.Mrs. day, is an American language film shore oil men, will play at the.I Walden Bevan Wadsworth, John burg. Pastor that W. O. Collins an- merit badges were: receiving
nounces the will
ef the Cancer drive in Bradford with Mrs. Ena Nazworth and Hazen of Starke, nurse produced by Italians as a "changeof Park Theatre Sunday, Robert Hall, and Alfonza Chandler program
at the consists of singing, and a basket Archie Green Jan Mundorff,
Hospital Clinic, called
County, assisted by Mrs. W. H.I daughters.Mrs. Mrs. Ena Nazworth Sunday. on had pace" for American's who have and Tuesday. MOndaY'j'I (colored). j I dinner on the grounds at one 'D-Ritch Green, Charles Kirkland,
their
Maxwell canvassed and Ena Nazworth is fill of seeing ancient Starring James and I
Hampton recupera- Thirty-eight men have been called o'clock. Robert ,
; Kelly Kenneth Miller,
the surrounding vicinity. The First ting at her home after a major children Mr. and, Buddy Mrs. Bruce and Patsy Roark, and at-I(I Rome treated with grandeur and Joanne Dru "Thunder Bay" was for pre-induction examination I II I Robert Cooper Wallace Wise.
Baptist Church of Hampton dona- operation at the Hospital Clinicin solemnity. filmed on location in the Gulf of I I Hank Graham,
tended 12. Jerry Gibson,
the house at the on May The large number
open
ted ;7.00, the Colored Church Starke. Although the film was shot in Mexico. Stewart plays the role TIlE RIGHT POINT for the Irvin Covuigton, Douglas Seymour, ,
:
$ .M, and $43.65 was collectedin Mrs. W. N. Jackson is ill at her Farm. Wayne Colony Jackson Sunday.of Gainesville Rome, it avoids the Colosseum and of wildcat off-shore oil driller, called for this is becauseof way Lou write. Come In aiji select and Charles Manire. j

Hampton, Theressa, and vicini- home. spent the weekend with his grand- other familiar background. It con- and Miss Dru is cast as a fisher- re-processing to determine acceptability your fa"orlteISTERBROOK Jerry Gibson also received the

ty making a total of $56. Mrs. D. W. Swindell and :Mrs. parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. N. Jack centrates instead on dancing girls, man's daughter.The due to recent changes!Fountain Pen. Only $.!1 at I "Life" scout award.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Burris and Frank Thomas were in Orange milk-bathing beauties, and fast- fishermen become enragedat in law. 'BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- i -Archie Green, Scribe
moving comedy. the miners when their drill- I
girls of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Springs on Friday fishing and visi- son.Mrs.. T. J. Alderman and Willow I
Burris's mother, Mrs. W. H. Max- ting Mrs. Swindell's sister, Mrs. Ruth Hammond were callers in Silvana Pampanini, Italy's Marilyn -I ing disturbs some shrimp beds.
well and husband on Mother's Frances Wimberly. Starke Saturday evening. Monroe, stars as a Roman The dispute builds up to a mid- I
empress. ocean climax when the fishermenand t
Day.Foster I May pay was observed at the Frank Roark of Glasglow, W. battle
drillers on the driller'sbarge.
Lott and Milton Mosher Hampton elementary grounds, Va. is spending a two weeks va- The story is about two American .

attended open house at the Farm I Friday p. m. when a king and cation with his brother, Bruce sailors who are slugged whilesfghtseeir.g Actors Dan Duryea and Gilbert

Colony Sunday afternoon. queen were crowned, they were Roark and family. in Rome. They dream Roland are co-starred in the picture m4n
The 8th grade play will be Douglas and Delores Hardy. There Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiland of that they are living in the daysof .

put on this Friday evening at the were several songs and dances Homasassa and Mr. and :Mrs. Imperial Rome and they rollic
school auditorium. 'around the May Pole. Many par- Freddie Watterson of Starke were about mixing the old Roman cul- I YOU'LL LOVE the new 3eter-

Mrs. D. W. Swindell and Mrs. ents and friends including Supt Sunday guests of their parents, ture with such modern amuse I brook pur&e-size fountain pens la FEATURE-BY-FEATURE

Frank Thomas visited in Gaines- Morgan were present. May bas- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson.Mrs. ments as football games'and jam I. pastel shades. Only S2J7 at BradFORD _

ville Saturday. kets were given to each one pres- Donald McMahone and son, sessions. COUNTY TELEGRAPIL

Mr. and Mrs. Leland Beden- ent, and refreshments were serv- Donnie and Mr. and Mrs. M. L.

ama Watterson City to left be Tuesday with Mr.for McMa-Pan- / 'Wish To Thank My Friends And SupportersFor Cioosethe st 1&hO eiAUNDROT

hone while his ship was docked The 'Wonderful Vote Given Me On May 4th .
To The Voters of Bradford County: there.


The campaign is over and I would like to convey TTTTTTTTTTYTYYYYTTY I will appreciate your continued I eI

to you my appreciation for your kind consideration of my support in the 2nd Primary on MayI I

candidacy for the office of Circuit Judge for the 8th Keystone Heightsby 25 and also wish to solicit the vote I

Judicial Circuit. I appreciate your vote and supporton and support of those who did not vote ,,
Mrs.\ Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi.
May 4th, and may this be a means of bringing abouta a l for me on May 4 but who voted for e eJ1flime!

better understanding and appreciation between the I some other Candidate who has been
On May 4, the Community B.Fcn you fcwy-_. a Itdur. y-fRlvre t
citizens of the six Counties of the 8th Circuit. I ., eliminated. ;
Church Women held their monthly .. coaiparisoa with coy of W wotW...

meeting in the church. The devotional -I : \ Only LAUNDROMAT has them'; alit

Sincerely, I period. which was led by Thank you again for your considerationH. : I, I

I Mrs. Francis Clark, was followed I,

by the business meeting. It was C. Kelly Candidate for School Board = .
WILBUR F. ANDERSON I g.
\
I decided to have a picnic in which DISTRICT ONE ......

I all circles would unite on May 19 Pi PoL Adv.
( ) ( \
.. .. I at 1 p. m. at the Beach Pavil- I \ \ W1168-TO-SAVI DOOR WATT SAVE
'. .. .. .- -- '-- '-' -- -- .. ...---- n, I lion. Each member will bring he? D% :; Handy for loadAutomatically
3 own table setting and a covered : ing, unloading. measures amount ,
ElectStafford ... II dish. The new president, Mrs. I Am Profoundly Gratefulfor I r Weighs exact size of water to match 1
.t of each load. size of load.
David A. Nelson, read the list I ;
4 of her committee chairmen. These f.

L. Crews along with the new officers, were I ? '
installed at the morning service I your vote and confidence ex- j II Q

TO THESCHOOL 4 on Sunday, May 9, by Dr. Holl. pressed in me for County Commissioner _
The new officers are: president, .t* AI
; IUIIILECONTIOL A61-TOMfLEACilOR
!
3 Mrs. David A. Nelson; vice-presi for District No. 2 on May 4th. Start reGentle
thor-
BOARD fir stop, or yet
dent Mrs. John Kargis; secretary, ] peat any part of ough.Drains dirty
3 Mrs. T. J. Southerland; treasurer, : Please talk with your friends for me washing cycle at wash and rinse
E .1! DISTRICT THREE The committee I any time. And waters away from
Mrs. C. L. Sipe. '
I and vote for 25th. As
tii 4 % me on May I you have 3 watertemperatures. clothes, never
:Mrs.A.
J' life,
4< 4 chairmen are: spiritual) I I through them.
i ', HE IS QUALIFIED 4 Mrs. S. E. Wash Everything-Even New Miracle I Fabrics
4] J. Holl; sunshine, i ial County Commissioner I will carryout ;.
: ; BY PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE 4 McKay; program and missionary CIEANIB..SAFER..FASTER Hen art Aer, featmi ywll lib III
wishes member of the Board for the best
education Mrs. John Kargis; your as a
I: Two Terms as School Board You may select low temperature,minimum wash SLANTING FRONT.Designed for con-
I your
!. MemberI membership :Mrs. A. J. Williams; interests of you and the people of our County. time for miracle fabrics-hot temperature, venience. No bending, stooping, lifting.
hospitality, Mrs. Axel :Malmgrem; longer wash periods for heavy, dirty clothes SELF-CLEANING.Cleans itself sediment
BELIEVE and will WORK FOR a progressive School finance, Mrs. Francis Clark; visi- Sincerely and oil come out sparkling clean.! and lint are flushed away. -

System for the entire County Adequate Pay for Teachers and tation, Mrs. Eula Walker, nomination WARRANTY. Guaranteed to be free from
Mrs. H. C. Lowther. Cir- E. L. Lawton) CRAWFORD Co/np/.U/y Automatic whim
Employees. Safe Transportation. Elimination of hazard of ( Mo WoMayi defects for one year. Transmission is
cle leaders for the new year will America' Favorite Laundry Twin*I unconditionally guaranteed for five full
school children crossing: U. S. SOl from high school to USO .
be Mrs. L. H. Eisenacker, Mrs.C. years.

building T. Smith, Miss Gladys Tillis, Experienced, Impartial, Faithful, Honest Laundromat Identically ,styled is the Westing-to the CORROSION and RUST RESISTANT. New

Mrs. Crosby and Mrs. Stevens. {' house Electric Clothes Dryer pa tented synthetic finish ends worry about
War I Grad U
Veteran Worjd
Progressive Farmer U jwithexclusivehandyLoading
The local PTA will hold their and Efficient Services as County Commis- I rust or corrosion.:
uate University of Florida Nine business ad-
years regular meeting on Tuesday, May Door Shelf,3-Way Dry Dial, _
_..._ ... "
ministration Starke Builders Supplies. .-a .'" --, ---- --
.-
as manager will \ <: ,
18, at the schoolhouse. This sioner will be given by Singing Signal direct airflow I" ---- '< -''- '-" .
"r!: ttlty. !a.J "'
See them !
CAPABLE SINCEREYour be the last meeting of the year : system. now -
HONEST and reports of the year's work E. L. (Lawton) CRAWFORD I .
will be given. New officers will you CAM BE $UR .;.IF ir'S&stin !liou$&?
Vote and Support Will Be AppreciatedOn

May 25thPd. be Houser installed acting with.as Miss installing Gertrude of- VOTE FOR HIM MAY 25TH I FEED & SEED COMPANY

is Mr.
( PoL Adv.) .... ficer. The new president iSISTRUNK
--' N. W. Hardenbergh; vicepresident (Pd. PoL Adv.)
.. .. /
-- Mrs. Hilda Jackson; secretary -/
PHONE 39 STARKE FLA.
o Mrs. Doris Powers; and I _

I treasurer' Mrs. Faith McKay.! -..--
'
1.Hostesses for the day will be Mrs. '' I
1
Fred Dodd, Mrs. Geo. Massa, Mrs. .
r, DOES YOUR RANGE I N. R. Fox, and Mrs. C. E. Mit- I t,
'! \ is is1i
,,- chell.
.
HAVE THIS WONDERFUL ) The Keystone Heights Dupli- p rat.
\. cate Bridge Club held their fourth

.' meeting on May 3, in the Inn. ,
JI.k CHI FEAJU E? !
Top score was won by Messrs. 1i
Ron/tUCS
Bailey and Cusic of Jacksonville. 11 st

I Others with high scores, but in I ill nn E! !

what order we can't say, were: I II Collie I'nnnunce

I Mrs. Collins, :Mrs. Campbell, Fre- Cu.r !{
\mont Tolles, AL Nelson, Ray'i iI ,c Hi'U
0 Starnes and Mr. Klausermeir, a -- \ 1 Perblr right

I.former resident of Keystone. An a it is just!! II !U cohort!
18
I Mrs. H. L. Morgan has gone to I learn Wbat fire' coaarn
to built
ot if your l1 d1 ,
for few days. Here ie the ep bout- ,
Riviera a is all a is eo'bi : that
:
ponuae ie
I Jessie Lewis, who was visi- :, m otoring awdt
ting the Reynolds last week, hast I joyous the "heel oE a pnuac. 10 steady, d. oC roads a.
all
at "
bought the Waits house. He has! \Jninded, yoU travel annchairexU -
nnanc
I II gone to Mississippi to arrange!j 'You.re perf or you! 'urg-. in your favorite 1 axe d-
; made and re
I his affairs and will return shortly ( Pontiac is as rasp
you adly
I and occupy the new home. The! buoyant pOe wings with it-it' easy toing ,
'. and try
Orange Park.> highwa) in
Waits will move to 1 ill8 and Come ac, A price ;
1 111
i on
The property on Magnolia St., over moves yoU Idng'llze! liberal H I
Lake, ease own a and am 4;,;; ,;
running down to Keystone / e maximum ; nimbl.e- the lowest !r try, :
to the Bern- near certsintyr ;xsr
formerly Belonging traffic lthhePdoing, Americas mate that a d' .
I deal ,
been bought. ,
l kopf estate, has ne5l. r ; ;
Purchasers are Mr. and Mrs. F al!- round c'v nerormer.srear

0. Clark. _
Mrs. Wm. Neel was a weekend I 4 rr.
I ,,> w
visitor in town. "' :
Mrs. D. O. Stewart continues ', ," '

to be quite ill. I ;:

Mr. Lloyd Singley, a nephew of .;

\. Mrs. Ella Bird, is spending a few'

"MAGIC OVEN-EYE" months in Keystone Heights, in J"f

an apartment in Mrs. Bird's
No need to watch the clock in oven pre home.
fceatinf just watch the "mafic i Mrs. Bennell visited in Gainesville r
ov.a-eye." This little jewel glow red COO
when the oven is up!p temperature a I with relatives this week.'I'I'II .
j FiM Baptist f
reiulu three, .
.
every time. | I During the past

Yours McJirfiitf/y with the 1953 Made ,rJ I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Beebe, Mr. I ,, '" ..
Cktf f u rang. land I Mrs. E. S. Beebe, Frank and .. ---. \

I Lois Beebe, Bartow, and Mr. and : _... ..--. -
TOTAL I Mrs. W. M. Martin, Montgomery.
Cash Price 348.95i i I Ala., were welcomed into the :

LESS TRADE-IN church by transfer of letter !

33.95 'Misses Faye Maxwell, Catherine ., .
Old Range
and Nancy Parker were received'"

.' 315.00Completely on profession of faith, as candi-
dates for baptism. .
Guest speaker for the evening,

Installed With I worship service. last Sunday was
Dr. Stephen M. Reynolds, who recently -:I
l
completed a tour of
One Cylinder Gas FREE \as Navy' Chaplain at Camp duty
MUSES.STCEJl STOP SAfELT?CBECf:10UR CAK..CB CCACClDEfiTS'-'SirETICOl'XaL.
I jeune, N. C. Dr. and Mrs. Reynoldshave .... .
"
been visiting Mr. and Mrs.

I C. T. Parker.
CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS & I During the Sunday School hour

corsages were presented to: Mrs.

,North. Mrs.( Ruth Mitchell's Pontiac
APPLIANCE CO. Simpson Urquhart
mother), the oldest mother; Mrs.

; Wm. M. Wolfe, the :youngest
149 W. Call St. -
Starke. Fla,
mother, and Mrs. J. D. Payton,
I : ;. the mother COR. COURT & JEFFERSON STS. PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX 248 STARKE FLA..
.' k. ..1 #i l .- 1_, ,It' N\tlf i with the most chil- ,
dren in Sunday School






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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 195 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARRE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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about 60 farms and handling I .NOTICK TO APPEAR has been flied against you in the you are required to serve a copy of I above named Court and cause and I Complaint will be taken as con
la Circuit Coart. Bradford C ..tr. above named Court and cause and I your answer or pleading to the you are required to serve a copy of fessed by you.
about 400 animals. Rain kept us Florida IB Chancery. you are required to serve a copy of complaint on the Plaintiffs I your answer or pleading to the. ] This notice sltalbe published
away from several farms who Clarence Westcott Plaintiff, vs. your answer or pleading to the complaint Attorney J. Donald Gibson 216:! complaint on the Plaintiffs I once each week for four consecutive
Edna Westcott Defendant. on the Plaintiff's Attorney East Forsyth Street Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 226 creeks in the Bradford County Tele
were on the list May 25 and 26 Case Xo. 10-17J Gerald R. Hart, 202 Smith Build- ville, Florida, Jackson-I E.'Forejth Street Jacks .mille, I graph.
dud have been scheduled to continue fiance\ To Appear ing Jacksonville Florida and file the original !In Florida. ,i Dated this :22!: day of April. Dai.
and file the original in the office of
residenceand
Edna Westcott, whose of the Clerk of the Circuit and file the in ;,
the officeof
Court original
I
this service. If one J OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbJ'Clerk
you are interestedin address is: Marmora New Jer- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or or before the the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
having your cattle tested, sey.You before the 24 day of May 1954; 7 day of June, 1934; | or before the of the Circuit Comrt.
please contact at are hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of said otherwise me aiiegai.ous *r said I 24 day of May, 19i4: : By Marian 1. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
us earliestconvenience.
your suit for Complaint will be taken as confessed Complaint
will be taken as con- otherwise the allegations said 4/2J: 4t 6/H
by
Animals between :5 Divorcehas you fessed by you. ,If
been filed against you Inhe This notice shall be published This notice shall be published'I {
and 8 months of age can be vaccinated above named Court and cause And once each week for four consecutive once each week for four
consecutive -
I to prevent Bang's disease. you are required to serve a cor/ of weeks in the Bradford County Tele- weeks in the Bradford County
your answer or pleading to the graph. Telegraph. Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced
Vaccinating :young animals will complaint on the Plain tiff'sAttorney Dated this 20 day of April 1934. Dated this SO day of April. 1954.
By Ceo. T. Hoggins : prevent having to take blood Gerald R. Hart 202 (OFFICIAL SEAL,) Charles A. Darby (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Smith Building, Jacksonville Clerk of the Circuit Court SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR
Clerk
I ,
of the
Circuit Court.
County Agent tests later. A blood test tells you Florida By Marian L.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I By Marian U Crosby, Denuty Clerk i
Eitenslom Service I only whether or not the animal and file the original In the office of I 4/23 4t 5/14 5/7 4t 5/28 I' GENERAL MACHINE WORK j ji
Agricultural the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -
i
I IIs affected now. A vaccinated ani- ..
or before the IB Circuit [Ceart Bradford Co ty.
Blackleg Strikes Again grazing and will be a temporary|mat is immune. I otherwise 7 day of the June allegations 1954; of said Alice Florid Jackson.! IB CkBrerr Kedd Plaintiff..s> U Circuit HOTICB Court! TO Bradford AFPRAR CoBaty All Work Guararfeed Reasonable Rates I

Perhaps you remember the recent program similar to a program of i(Flies On Cattle Are Bad Complaint will be taken aa confessed Patrick Michael Redd. Defendant Harold Florida E.IB Bailey Ckaarery.Plaintiff, _
that grass and clover in permanent As we traveled the county last' by ye*. Case No. 10-477 Eugenia M. Bailey Defendant \5.
article reminding you This notice shall be published Order of Publication sad Notice To
vaccination is important in a pasture. Giant Striata is not the week our attention was attrac-: once each week for four consecutive Appears State of Florida Toi Case No. 10-465 Red Seal Electric Machine ShopF.
livestock Patrick Michael Redd, whose residence Notice T. Appear.To .
crotolaria that is poison to ted to the need for weeks In the Bradford County Tele '
talkedto eliminating
livestock program. I have graph. and address is: 2229 Ada : Eugenia If. Bailey whose
two veterinarians recentlyand Mr. Hamilton had a plant. flies on cattle. Animals will put Dated this 5 day of May, 19ii(. Ramp Drive, Augusta Georgia. residence and address is: c/o C. F. W. GRAUDON
ing of this Striata crotolaria last on more (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby You are required to appear on Goth 100 Hicks Street, Jackson, Owner-Manager
blackleg seems to be spreading weight, or if milking Clerk of the Circuit Court June 7, 1954, in the above named Tennessee.
more and more. There has already year. He grazed it close two times will give more milk, if they do By Marian L. Crosby, Deouty Clerk !Court and cause wherein plaintiff You are hereby notified that a I 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla.
and wished that he had grazedit not have to &/14t 5/2S .seeks divorce and restoration of suit for divorce
been more cases in our fight flies. Various maiden name.Bradford has been filed against you in the I -
county this spring than all last down the third time before commercial products containing County Telegraph shall
seed. A good number publish this Order in next four
combining the DDT, Lindane or NOTICE TO APPEAR
summer Dr. Mullins appeared on Texaphene are weekly Issues.
I. Circuit c..rt. Bradford Coaaty
of our farmers have gotten i(good to kill Witness hand and official
the scene at a time when severalof i flies. These products Florldas 1m Ckaaeerr. my
seed from Mr. Hamilton to plant should not be Jaime A. Sifre Plaintiff, vs. Clara seal at Starke. Florida this May 4,
our cattlemen needed him to used on dairy cat. 1954.

assist in a blackleg prevention I now. He still has a small amountof supply,'I tIe for milk production. An objectionable Carbia Sifre Defendant.Case No. 1048JNollre (OFFICIAL SEAL Clerk) Charles of said A. DarbyAs Court. FOR COOKING WATER HEATING AND FOR
For the I .
program. Vaccination to prevent of seed on hand. odor is noticed in the To Appear.To whose By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,
,
Sifre
Clara Carbia
expect and' : 505 Lynch Building
blackleg is a form of good insurance grazing you can milk when these products are residence and address is: Unknown. Zach, Jacksonville II. Douglas. Florida.
I
for cattle. Blackleg at the same time have a soil- used. A product known as Meth- Your are hereby notified that a Attys. for PIf. 5/7 4t 5/28 I
building crop, you cannot plant: oxychler is suit for divorce I IJ. PERFECT HOME HEAT THE MODERN WAY.
strikes when least expected in I i most popular to use has been filed against you in the ..
Co
than Bradford
I anything more economical in dairy cattle. These above named Court and cause and Tin-Bit Court y. .
many cases. It seems to favor productswill of Florida IB C...< are required to serve a copy :
crotolaria. Hairy I you
this variety of also kill ticks Anne Graen Plaintiff vs. Herman
attack Onceit and lice
in your beat animals. I. on Jour answer or pleading to the complaint -
is in the legume class which cattle on the Plaintiff Attorney Graen, Defendant.
is it indigo and can be used for
on or near your place can prevention Case Xo. 10-478
Fla.
in I T Frank Landrum. Starke
pop up for many years after. We makes it a good soil-builder I of lice on hogs. While and file the original In the office or Order Oi rBbllralloB dad Hotlre
addition to its grazing value. A the Clerk of the Circuit Court on To Appears State( Florida Tea
shall be glad to discuss a black I'you are handling your cattle and Herman Graen whose residenceand
before the 7 of June,
or day
leg vaccination program with you cover crop on your soil is very I'[.hogs to "eliminate parasites it is 1954; otherwise the allegations of address is: Unknown.You .
'
or Dr. Mullins will be glad to important. Even if you do net always profitable to eliminate aid Complaint will be taken as confessed June 7,are 1954 required, in the to above appear named on' I

need it for a seed crop, you needto by you. Court and wherein plaintiff
discuss it with Remember worms. cause
you. This notice shall be publishedonce
again that vaccination is to protect the top layer of your I Fertilize each week for foul consecutive seeks divorce.
pre Your Lawn Bradford County Telegraph shall '
soil from the baking sun. A weeks in the Bradford County Tele- this Order in next four ,, _
vent rather then to cure. If you want an attractive lawn, graph. publish
cover crop crowds out harm Dated this 5 day of May, 1954. weekly issues. I
Need A Summer Feed Crop? I gume adds organicto providing the grass is already OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Witness my hand and official "' Ii LJ
and more
ful weeds seal at Starke Florida, this May 4,
established might need to Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Three you
of most used
our __
crops
I your soil. All of this means a By Marian L. Crosby Deputy' Clerk 1954.
for summer grazing are giant give it an application of fertili- 5/7 4t 5/18: lOFFICIAL SEAM Charles A. DarbyAs I
better following a legume. _
crop Clerk of said Court.By
zer. If doubt that the
Striata you right
crotolaria
hairy indigo
Brucellosis Testing ProgramOur Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. I
and millet. Zedra Hamilton at kind of fertilizer will turn your NOTICE TO ,*PPEUt Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building I

Brooker is special campaign for test- grass green and start it to grow- In Circuit ('ourt. Bradford County, Jacksonville Florida. ,t
just finishing planting
for Pit. 4t 5, 28
I I Florida: IB ('hall..rJ.Gra..e Attys. 5/7
about 50 acres of this crotolaria ing and vaccinating cattle in an ing ask Monk Dinkins. Monk hasa Landis, Plaintiff, vs. Walter _
lawn that he is to let James Landis, II, Defendant. .NOTICE TO APPEAR I
and millet mixed. This should I effort to cut down Bang's disease proud Case No. 10-481 IB Circuit Court Bradford Couatr, Ii

provide a maximum amount of in cattle ended in visitingThat's you know about. An applicationof Not Ire To Appear Florldat IB Chanter.. '''
about 20 pounds of 6-6-6 fertilizer Walter James Landis- IT. whose I Aubrey' Manning, Plaintiff. \s. [ fit1iJT \
Eleanor II Defendant.
Manning
residence and address is: 101 State I _
per 1000 sq ft of lawn will Street, La Porte Indiana. Case Xo. 10-466 i I
j do the You hereby notified' that a Voile To Appear.To .
same for you. Be sure to are
Our BusinessIf suit for divorce, custody and : Eleanor H. Manning, whose _
S S I apply the fertilizer when the control of minor child residence and address is: 189 P.eres-
If It's Glass We Have It! : grass is dry. This will prevent has been filed against you in the ford.Avenue Michigan Highland Park 3, Detroit '
'
above named Court and cause and \
4 CALL WRITE or VISIT severe burning. If the grass is you are required to serve a copy of You are hereby notified that a
i moist you had better water it so your answer or pleading to the com- suit for /

that the fertilizer will be washed plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney has Divorce been filed In the
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR T Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.. against you
:j off of the blades. If you gave and file the original in the officeof above named Court and cause and
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
NEED I your lawn an application of a on
ANY GLASS before i
or the 7 day of June. 1954:
W. Design-Modern Store Fronts j complete fertilizer recently and otherwise the allegations of said I

i Just Mail Us A Pattern for I you would like to just green it fessed Complaint by you.will be taken as con- .FILL DIRTGOOD I I Is the Most Dependable, Most Economical Fuel.
bit
up a an application of about This notice shall be published once
Table Tops :,,6 or 8 pounds of nitrate of soda each week for four consecutive RICH !
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
1313 N.W 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 I Viper 1000 sq. ft. will do the job. graph.

i|Be sure to water this in. Dated' this 5 day of May 1954. !
i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby TOP SOILSee
Clerk of the Circuit Court SLADE GAS COMPANY
i Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy' Clerk
Crosby I
Challenges 5/7 .4t 5/28 ,

:New Bible Version"The I
i NOTICE TO APPEAR
la Florida Circuit la Court Ckaaeery.Bradford Ceaaty, BILL JACKSONJackson "It PAYS to TRADE with SLADE"

HUNDREDSof New Bible a Counterfeit"'was Clifford 12. Baxter, vs. Elizabeth M. Transfer Compan; I
the subject of a lecture i Baxter, Defendant. PHONE 121 STARKE FLA.

to be given Monday evening :May j Notice To Apptar.To Case No. 10.456 Phone 165 ; 1 ,

details are managed and economic 10 at 8 o'clock, in the courtroomof : Elizabeth M. Baxter, whose i
residence and address is 419 N.
ally attended that only a trained and the courthouse by R. Clark I I Winebiddle Street Pittsburgh:
II I < ,, ,1: ,-t _,' ..-:' >-:"" '''' : _- '' ::-.. :_ ,
: -
( -' :
careful organization can attend when Crosby. i Pennsylvania. <- < :;:-" --O: !: """ 6'J1' ;':' ; :;.O ::: <;; : :;
You are hereoy notified hat a
the urgent steed for serving is at | The message was a repudia- I,suit for
I tion of the new Revised Standard Divorce
hand. has been filed against you In the .
Version of the Bible as a worthy above named Court and cause and
successor to the King James Version you are required to serve a copy of

DeWITT C. JONESPhone and presented the RSV as the your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff to the kCW

7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. I greatest hoax in Bible history. Attorney Hollis V. Knight ,
Starke Florida.
.....,.
t--eee. .ens I Mr. Crosby is a newspaperman and file the origmai in toe office of
having been connected with numerous the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Funeral Director Service :lr before the
j metropolitan papers throughout 26 day of May, 1934;

Our local funeral home enables u to offer convenience tn4 the country a graduate of a otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken as confew-
services not otherwise available. i standard school of theology and '!d by you.This .
notice shall De published H
!
associated for a number of years
onoe each week for four consecutive
,
.,. .
II -g- IS II 'in the work of national Bible weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and [ societies and associations. rrnph Dated this 16 day of April. 195(. l _

accept: ANY life Insurance policy In force, lIned by ANY I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1
Clerk of the Circuit Court
company, as payment In part or In full on a tuneral.Conault.&tlon Local Firemen Attend i By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
4/23 4t 5/14
carries no obligation. .
'_ 1' ,. I 4 Annual Convention
I NOTICE TO APPEARIn

.' Fire Chief D. W. and Circuit Coart. Bradford County. BRING THEVHOLE
Carpenter
"
-'-.-' '- -' : --<. <- -- ::,; :-+ :- .:: : : Florida: IB Caaarery.
four Starke volunteer firemen Flossie Lee Lucianelli Plaintiff, vs.

For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write attended the 27th Annual Con- Albert Lucianelli, Defendant Case No. 10-468 ,

vention of the Florida StateFireman's Notice' T. AppearsTo '
Association held I : Albert Lucianelli whose residence -: FAMILY ENJOY
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND in and address is: Unknown.You AND THERetlNtIlon
Daytona Beach last week. I are hereby notified that at,

CHEMICAL CO. The volunteers slated to at- suit for '
Divorce and restoration of
2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville Fla. tend the convention are Charlie I maiden name I
,
Schaeffer. Ray Stone. Jack Sei- II I I (
lound
MOSS DEMPSEY CONTROL R. SAPP, Owner mer, and Blake Jackson. !t''j;,- :- ; =-, :-= :: I I Gtllefy Jilly tlII



PECAN TREES SHADE TREES. ETC. :NOTICE FOR OF TV\\HPLIC\TIOV DEED Wash Your. Clothes i _

Contact Us Hoaoe Bill >o. 1862Notu I .: z e" ,
Now For Estimates
'r u> hereby given that P Y. 9 Pounds I
Termite -a".n. the holder of the following I II ri4
Control certificates has filed said certificate | I
for a tax deed to be issued!: For 40c!
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Household & Commercial thereon. The certificate numbers liafsrle Ilea//4 _

Exterminating and t.on years of the of property issuance, and, the deCrIP-1 FREE Bleach If Desired! 4Heti4-) selrrlie. /tlst4glE ietyex44'{ $itttk f" .
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ii whlh it was assebsed :
Rodent Control lows fOI.1( I
iVrt'fuate' Xo. 7:::. Year of Issuance
1852 i 1 3

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK I1."t'rlplinn of Property: 111k.4I ll.unptun Park in NEof J':E"1!1
S. Lon 31. SWl of NWV, & WV.
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Clothes
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N-i', i ii i which assessed: Mrs. SarahBugger. I For 20c d'3 fa
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Ail: ">f aid property being in the !

NfJ! YJaN E t8'StfWJl: () "in:\ at Bradford State of Florida -I i In New Automatic Driers! -L-

1 nless! such certificate or certi-i :_ 4
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t YF .i* to law the property described in'': -
iu-h certificate or certificates will
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be sold to the highest bidder at the

'; as $ 50; s ponoatfowMtocc. .day'ourt in house mopth door of on June the, 1934.first whichis Mon- The Washeteria :

> the 7 Uy of June 1954 1
Dated this a day of May, 1J54 TT2ff!
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby Temple Ave. Starke I :

Clerk ford of Cuunty Circuit, Florida.Court of Brad- 'I I _

INCLUDING 2 DELICIOUS (MEALS 57 4t 528 _
(7 Miles From Starke on Blanding Road)
;7 jS fw.*M. flo* oho AtofeWo I, I


: 7 11 Spacious Rooms Excellent! Cuwne Coif COUTM I I KNOW YOUR CANDIDATE SWIMMING FISHING e BOATING DANCING

2 Private Pooh Cabanas Privet* B och ,1 i


Putting Green kViimof CockraS+ lowtg DorK fl !I I Born and reared in Bradford County. Experienced BOWLING BILLARDS

1 Planned EnSertoivnefrf Fbhermon's PoraoN't. in School matters Has servedas _. __

School Trustee. Presently serving as

I Far ........... i hchrt I City Councilman at Lawtej where be has SPACIOUS PICNIC GiEOUNBSWe

tade K ale baY Shyer fie..((1bS I it owned and operated his grocery store for ,

i 12 years. Believes in honesty and fair play j.

1 1'r la public office. -
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Fine Food Premium Beer Soft Drinks

..... Cater To SPECIAL

Fountain Drinks Sandwiches

.. .to Parties Family Day
VOTE FOR AND
ELECT $
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THE ___ I II I Enjoy The Newly Built Sheltered Picnic Area
Each
For Member Banquets Monday

H KELLY New Outside Bathhouse Facilities.

l"azitnaaza C1AIG:; ::1' U. SCHOOL BOARD Picnics And Individual Lockers $ljOOPerCar'

I FEOM DISTRICT
ONE (Lawtey) COUNTY WIDEPd.
tar. dy ft. sw.. floods Hot*! -
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA

FRIDAY. MAI U, 195


YYYYYT.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy work for a gallon of gas, so we'll day of April. A.D., 1954. I Description S. T. R. Ann -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby, Owner Taxes I Description S, T. 11. Acre Owner TaxesOrigiaal
have to
give her a check over.
3 I I Clerk of said Circuit Court I side Qf State St.
p-: FARMER'SD By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk thence run N 20 ft. Town .r|

Petal, our Brahman-Jersey heifer -I(I Williams & Futch. P. O. Box 188, then W 70 ft. MarLe 23 6 23i :
I Starke, Florida. Thence S. 20 Ft.
IARXj is freshening, and she has an',Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 4/23:! 4t 514NOTICE Thence E 70 Ft. Lots 5. 7 of Blk U biro W. T. Mar-

udder on her that makes us think I parallel with Lake Lots 1, S of Dlk 11 shaU 141.35
OF INTKVTIOV: : TO Avenue to POB.
that we might be able to use her HKGISFFIl FICTITIOUS :XAMR Pearl G. Hem 51.11 except West 25 Ft. Carl EJtefa 81.61
The author nil be glad to receive undersigned under the provisionsof State St. and '
Items of interest concernIng as a range cow, and as Sam does Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida l.ake'e.. and on U Loon Dicandio i :.2251T

the activities of farmers In 3 not have any teeth to spare, he acts of 1941, will register with the W side of State LhiucaCoa i Trnbr'
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Ft. & Thence
run and Ce. Sub Divof
Bradford County. Suggestions does not think he'll to milk
maybe
try "
for
Bradford County State of Flor- N 20 Ft ThenceW AEVi .-NE'i: :s .' 22-
left at the Telegraph office ormalJe.d Petal. ida, upon receipt of proof of publica- 70 Ft Thence 1441 of Lot 1 ot

to Sam McGaroy, Lawtey, name cf Starke Maternity Hospital W 30 Ft. Thence Lot 2 of Blk 1 XUizateth MCCOy
3 A mighty pretty scene in these under which we are engaged in business S 60 Ft. ThenceE Agt.
S.U
By Sam McGarveyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt parts is the Oscar Carter pasture at Madison and Thompson Sts. 30 Ft. ThenceN E!H of Lot 4 and S

.. next to his store, where he has :I Dr. A. J. Barry, M.D., Starke, E 70 Ft. to FOB Alfoni o Criffb 68.01 Lot 3 of Blk 1 Ella Mae Tucker; 7.n

I Herefords and hogs grazing. Fla., one-half interest. I Lot 30 Ft. N & ,
Dr. T. G. Ritch, M.D., Starke Sby60FLE&Y
Trying to keep up a programof row tractor for one row farming, Fla.. one-half Interest. Town of Lawtey \ in SE Cor of .

dusting or spraying before it I we only wish they had asked it Don't know how many beans Dated this 30th day of April, A.D.. __East of RY In 23, Lot 2 of Elk 27 Homer Adklna 1.17
,,195t at Starke, Bradford County. Lot 3 and N 25
u necessary on the small crops before we bought the tractor. we'll get, but we've got the big- Florida, :4, 25: :e S 23 .. Ft. of Lot I of .

we have growing. Dusted Crowd- I Anyhow, by hook or crook, with gest bushes we've ever had. They,I I 4/30 4t 5/21 Lot 9All Sadie Crawford 2.60 Lot Blk 2 and 33 E 2 Ft. Emma Hughes t.U

ey peas, pole "beans, Fordhooks, mostly crooks, we cleaned out make a pretty sight, but we planted f I NOTICE-TO APPEAR Lot that 12 portion East of of of Lot 3 of Bile .

and okra with chlordane about some of the and weeds. to eat so *Ii Zola Little
Old
i grass them for something IB Circuit C.irt, Bradford C...ty, Lawtey & E60 Ft. of Lot 1 4 tl.is

ten days ago and repeated it we hope they produce. Dora Florida !. C..er. Com Middleburg at SW Cor Rd of Calyfa T. Mann 6.06 of Elk 44 A. 0. Jenkins 3.11

this week. Maybe if we II S Sidrer Plaintiff, vs. Eli S SO Ft of Lot 1
again We're still picking a very few Sidrer Defendant. Lot 17 and run E of Blk 47

keep it up we may he able to: berries. However, now that the A few years ago we failed to Settee To Appear.To Cue Xo. 10-n:! Thence 100 ft. far run a N POB.137 MatUa Brimer Lucffia 11.11

keep the bugs from eating up season is about over, we know clean out some pig weeds that : Eli Sidrer, whose residence Ft B. 75 Ft. S to Lot 2 of Plk 4S Sally & Joe

the crop. that we will not make out nearlyas got started in left field, and now and address is: 74 Liberty Street 137 Ft. W 75 Ft. WilliamsMrs. 1J.JJ
I POB.
to ,
Washington l s7
heights Nen
,
Louisa
burgh, Brown IMS .
o S well as we did last year. Thenwe we're having a terrible time with New York. Com at SW: Cor of .

We were careful, though, not got as high as 23 qts. of ber-lit. If we can cut it under beforeit suit You for are hereby notified that a Lot 175 Ft.17 and N 100 run Ft E Lit c.i.leftTnfcy. sad. :.j. a

to get any chlordane on our i I ries from a middle, and this year goes to seed, we may be able Divorcehas for a POB Thence BIk 5 .
likeblarucea
killed the best we've done so far is to it' from spreading even been filed against you In the run N 104 Ft. E
keep
as last we
squash, year
above named Court and cause and 16 Ft. S 104 Ft 1:1.14

some ,that way. We used DDT and I I about 10. But even though the more. you a-e required to serve a copy of W 12S Ft to POB. TZ "" label Jenkins 5.60 Lots 10Lots 1. Z. I of Bit :Mrs. MikeJiarucca

s e your answer or pleading to the 1Lot100Ft.E&
sulphur on the squash, because I weeds are making it harder every complaint on the Plaintiff's W by 137 Ft. N & 1414

last year we used it and it kept |,day to find the berries, we're still A mocking bird has a nest in Attorney Evan T, Evans, 103 S In SW Cor of '
7
9 of Blk
it The crab is the oak tree out in front of our Law Exchange Building, Jack Lot 17 Thomas J. Aycock.Sr. Mrs. MlkMarneca
the worms out The "experts" say I at grass getting sonville, Florida r .. JUS 11 : 198.7

not to use DDT for squash, but pretty bird now home ,and we watch it daily. There and file the original In the office of W 160 Ft. of N :
Ei of Lot 1
in that tree the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 376 Ft. of Lot 17 :..9vrAaron Jeektns S.9S and
as it worked last year we'll stick I I I were some blue jays or before the 1 Lot 100 Ft.Square Elf of Lot 2 except -

with it.Sprayed. We think our poor season on last year, but it looks as Mr. ; 31 day of May, 1954; in SW N 2H Ft. of

I.berries can be traced to the fact Boss Mocking bird has taken 'j Complaint otherwise the will be allegations taken as confess of said Cor of Blk 18 .. Felder Isaac & Lillie IS.S9 Bile to 1 f.Starke TemplesAdd 2i I 22 1.FI.rrie'); $, ABB. 23.26

our two long rows of i that we set out some sorry over. .ed bv you. Com at SW Cor of
This notice shall be publishedonce Elk 18 and run N Lots I, 2, 3 of Dlk
tomatoes with Dithane, using the plants. We carried them over each week for four consecutive :274! Ft. for a POB. 20, Temples Add
I IShe's
tank sprayer, to try end keep ;!:from last year's mother plants, Peanut, our tiny calf is growing. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph Thence run W 80 to. of Starke Lots 1. 2, 3of 25EL. 6 22 A. W. Masters 41.JJ

that old demon blight from ruining J and we had a lot of rain and our so small she has to reach Dated this 23 day of April 1954. Ft Ft S N 102 102 Ft Ft to E POR*0 Eliza McCIenton 7.06 Elk n Peeks

the vines. Each year so far, we'vehad ;(I plants didn't grow. Thrip and red I up to graze, and that may be (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court I Lot 23-A except N -. .,.- Com Add at to SW Starke: Cor of 23 6 U Henry a Griffls 5.67
100 Ft. Mabel Green
what looks like good healthy spiders cut down the yield, and in why. By Marian L-Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I McCrary 17.30 NEU of SEA run

plants and then, all of a sudden, j the 90's we had some leaf spot. 4/30 4t 5/21: Lot :27! J. W. Barber 1.43 N Thence 400 Ft. to POB ;
I I IOTU'F. W% of N 5K Ft. easterly
the plants up and die, leaving : Not enough fertilizer might have IB The Circuit Court Of The lilthtlaJ.di..lal :\ OF INTKNTIOV M tHE I of Lot 30 3. IL Moore 4.2S 64S Ft to aPt.
In And For Brad- 190 Ft. N of .
Circuit
the fruit to scald. We've heard been a cause, too. APPLICATION FOR Fn.LJJS'IUIlG I EU of N 335 Ft 'i sec.line
Florida. Thence N 9S.5
I ford Couoty, }. of Lot 31 Isaac Felton 3.10
that Dithane will help. We hope I I. Chancery. Probate Lane 19:1.1)In : WH of E% of N Ft. to E.V.. .

The of Paul Rosier and Johanne Hosier, '... S35 Ft. of Lot Hayes S/D Thence
80. good crop hairy indigo Court of the County Jud):
Plaintiffs vs. Sarah Baugh, et al, Westerly 637 Ft.
Bradford ('ounty.Iolal"! of FloridaIn I 31 except N 100
.
seed we had in right field last Defendants. to U Sec line
re the Estate of Fred A. Scott. Ft.S Louisa Brown <4.10<
Used Katrinka the tractor to year could not complete with a I OHDElt OF prBLlC.'TIOxn: Deceased. In ProbateTo 165 Ft. of Lot 33 ABea Scott 3.78 Thence S 13.g Ft.
.NOTICE TO APPEAH All Whom It May Concern: Lot 42 :wm Lee 8.48 to FOB S3 I 22 1 J. T. Jones Est ;. 4r
try and clean out the middles I big growth of weeds, so we cutup I The Stair Of Florida Tos Notice is hereby given that Wilbur .Lot 54 except 1 Lot Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,

around the few things we have the field this week. We hope Sarah Baugh whose residence and A. Scott has filed his final report in NW Corner & 11, 12 of Blk 2.
address is 12035 Flora Strt'et.Iel- Lot 55 G. n. Pearce 5.5 E. W. Hayes SID 6 22 Boy Bowk 4.87
Executor of
growing. We can keep the middles I that this will give the hairy indigo vindale Michigan; Arthur G. Peters Fred as A. Scott, deceased the estate that he of Lots 7, 8, 9, 10. 11,3rS.l ..
Adalene Peters, whose ; W 1:0 Ft of N 110 12. IS of Blk fE.
and wife,
clean but Katrinka is
as we'llneed filed
fairly chance to grow, as his petition for final discharge,
a
residence and address is Calera, and that he will apply to the Hon- Ft. of Lot 41 Ott's W. Hayes S/D 32,'S3Lincoln 6 22 E. L. Sweat 4 4?
a two-row tractor, we are riding some summer grazing. After Alabama; and Viola G. Osborne SID of Lawtey
orable Theron JT. Yawn County
residence and address is SeNt 23. 24 23 26 5 23 Alexander Tucker US
whose ,
smack the andcan't the field
right of
over crop, I cutting one way, we Judge Pradford County, Florida
Starke Bradford County, Florida; S 205 Ft. of Lot 41
on the first day of June, 1954, for nIT (S .f
see what the heck is happening cross-cut it in the other direction, and to all parties having or claim Ott'li SID of Law- } )...
I approval of same and for final discharge !oolWof Br) e 23
as we try to cultivate. If although we hate to do it, be- ing any right, title, interest or lien a" Executor of the Estateof tey Secs 23, 24, 25. 26 Ii 22 Sam Drown ,13.35
in or upon the property hereinafter E 4411 Ft. of SE': Lots 1. of Plk I Hattie Starkes
asks the pertinent ques- cause it is a mighty bumpy ride. GREETING Fred A. Scott deceased, on this of of U Ii 22 7 'anue1 McCeal IUD 8,49
anyone : described; : 24th day of April 1954. SW1,6 l\'WIJ Lots 4. 5, i of Elk Ii 2>erti> Robinson U9

tion as to why we bought a two- Katrinka is not giving us much / You, and each of you, are hereby (Signed) Wilbur A. Scott, SEW; of NW's of Lots 2, 3 Of BIk I Hattie Starkes 4.67
Instituted
notified that a suit has been I Executor of the estate of FredA. SW'4 25 Ii 22 10 John Allen 5.85S4 Lots 5. 1 of Blk 6 Louis Johnson 4.t7

in the above styled Court Scott, deceased. of SE% of SE'/ Lots 1. 4, 5, 7, 6

t ,and cause against you and Paul each Rosier of 4/30 4t 5/21 of SW!. 25 Ii 23 Ii Wince CaIn :.10 of Elk 13 Hattie Starkes 7.IS
Defendants by
you as Lot 1 of BIk 3 except -
W 2 A of Ni of
EL RANCHO and wife.foreclose Johanne Rosier,first as Plain and NOTICE TO APPEAR SEC( of SF.14 26 Ii %2NW'3 i Robert Austin 1.10 N 200 Ft. J.
tiffs, to as a
M. Johns S/D of
la Circuit Court, Bradford County. of SW% orNE'y
prior lien, a Mortgage over the fol- NEI of NE4i :3 6 22 1 Gerhard C. IL
lowing property situate in Brad- Florida l In Cbaarrrr. 26 Ii :22! 10 A. Paul u.n
:
Patricia Shurling, Plaintiff vs. 1.3:! A as due In Ahreadt 10.n
ford County, Florida, to-wit:
RESTAURANTU. Com at NE Cor of
SU of SW% of SWU and all S% James Q. Shurling, Defendant. deed roes U,
NE% of NE'i! run
1 L. Wilkinson
Case Xo. 10-471 page U5 26 Ii 23 ,
of SW% lying North of graded J. 2,93V4 W In Ft. for a
S. 301 at N. City Limits County road running West from Notice To Appear) \ of POP Thence S 192
County Road No. t, and all of S% To: James Q. Shurling, AD3 SW'4 of I
Ft. W 50 Ft. S.
Ii Isabel &
NW4i of SE% 26 Ii 22 Dotsey
Starke, Fla. of NEU of SWU Except that whose residence and address Is: \ewsom 4.00SW'y 900 Ft. W 50 Ft.

portion of NH of SU of NEU of Naval Testing Center, Box 1, Johns- of N'W'of N 1092 Ft. K 100

Dinners SW% lying West of said County ville, Pennsylvania. I SWI4 and N4! of Ft. to FOB tying
Special Sunday Road No. 8. all in Section 25. You are hereby notified that a S\.... of SWt1 ofSW'4 S of Old Starke

Township 5 South, Range 21 East, suit for ; 21 Ii 22 IS D. 1,. Wilkinson and Green Cove
SANDWICHESBARBQUE containing 33 acres more or less. Divorce, custody and control of lr. t8.S0V'4 Spgs. Rd. 31 S 23 C. H. Jackson n.n

This is, therefore to command you minor child I \ of R'4 ofSWV4 Com at SE Cor of

I and each of you and you are here- has been filed against you In the I and F-%. of NEU run W 2I'

CHICKEN & RIBS by notified and required to serve above named Court and cause and SW'4 of SW, 23 Ii 22 ZO It A. Prescott 11.U Ft. to FOE

,.a copy of your Answer or other you are required to serve a copy of 1..011< 16, 17, 18, UWoodlawn Thence 945 Ft. W
(pleading to the Complaint on Plaintiffs your answer or pleading to the 29 S 2. 40 Certle Drowning to Starke Thence
Curb Service 3-12 P.M. attorneys. Williams & Futch .
complaint on the Plaintiff fies 13,39NW X 769 Ft. Thence
:i p. O. Dox 1SS. Starke Florida, and Attorney T. Frank Landrum, \i. of S1ni ofNEi K 711 Ft. S 200

Open 6 A.M. 12 P.M. EI Rancho Steaks file the original Answer or other Starke, Florida, U Ii 22' 10 Unknown 506 Ft. E 414 FL S 3d)
pleading in the Office of the Clerk and file the original In the office of Lot 8 In Peets- Ft. W 210 FL S

!"lot the Circuit Court for Bradford the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 'llIe 30 Ii 22 2 Tholl :210 Ft. to FOB 31 6 U 17 P41u1 Bryan 15.21
HERB THOMAS i{County, Florida, on or before the or before the Lot 9 In Peets- Strong. 5.06 Com 210: Ft. S from

24 day of May A.D., 1954; if you 24 day of May, 1934; vllle 35 Ii 23 5 Creen & XW Cor of NEt <
Strong
Steaks ':fall to dofso, Decree Pro Confesso otherwise the allegations of said 1 A In SW ('or ofSEC4 : 1i.06 of NWU and run S

RESTAURANT I will be taken against you for the Complaint will be taken as confessed of NW% Ii Ii U 1 wtlliard & .10 Ft. E 410 Ft.
: .
and relief demanded in said Complaint.It by you. Crawford N 210 Ft. W
U. S. 301 at S. City limits Chops is hereby ordered that this This notice shall be published XW'of SEV ofSEC 3.U Ft. to Beg. H 52! i Taste Fortyth 7.17
I Notice should be published once once each week for four consecutive Lot 8 of Elk 1 Security -
Starke, Fix Seafood each week for four consecutive weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ; Ii 6 22 10 Enos Anderson 11.%% Home Site
8.11 Ael'r" deco inDeed
"weeks in the Bradford County Tel graph Ck all :0 in NWU of NWU ,j S 2t Mr* TTm. Hanko 13.72
,
Speclallzlng egraph, a weekly newspaper, published Dated this :21 day of April, 1954. pg
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILYOWNED : in Bradford County, Florida. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 473 10 S 22 U E.c. Taylor US Lots 8. 9 of P1K: 3 -

Weekday & Sunday Witness my hand and the seal of Clerk of the Circuit Court W1I of SW% of Laks Kingsley ,

OPERATED AND our Circuit Court at Starke. Bradford By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. SE's 11 S 23 10 1. "t Lancaster 4.37 Ht*. in NE& of "

DINNERS County. Florida, this/! the 16th 4/23:! 4t 5/14 NEU 36 2! IL B. Mlms j,75
STAFFED BY LOCAL PEOPLE I i W% of XFAi ofNwt W44 of SEVJ of SELL

I ; of SW'4 U 6 22 5 E. K. Perrjrman 1S.4 & SEU of SEU of .
NOTICE W U'.5 Ft of SWtC :SEU:; 4 7 22v O. Dr. E. M. Webster 1.69
Com 210 E of
.f SW% of KW!+ Ft. /
NB Cor of of "
S of NEU
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be County Gr SE% and run S
sold at public auction on the 29th day of May. 1954 at Starke the Rd of of 15 S 23 3 Rudolph Bryan 6.17 210 Ft. E 429 Ft.

I County of Bradford. State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes N4 SW'4 SF4and Ft. N 210 Ft W
SW of
MEET ME ATStrickland'sLa I herein set opposite to the same together with all costs of such sale and of % SE% 410 Ft. to FOB S 1 22 2 S.sie Miller
advertising. XE' SE's of SE'1 of 15 S 23 M E. E. nOn 11.71 Lot 14 of Elk 11 9.19

SW'% 16 6 23 IB P. T. Tyson %UG Hampton 19 7 22 Gladys L Shafer 8 50
SE!, of NEU 21 7 23
Description S. T. R.rru Onnrr Tate Beg at Intersection 49 Oscar Griffls 12,'9IS
di of State Rd 16 SWU of NWUN 23 .1 .23 19! Oscar Griffls .4*
ng of SW of
with S line ofSFI % % SEU;
All W% of ro.'WOW. &: except Ry !S' 22 tl rfitm Yarn
; of n.n
\\\14 run
: % oC S"!. of Elk C except Lots
B of River II 5 20 U C. 'U. Crews I 7.91Lots W %In Ft Sorth- 3 thru 22. Hampton -

.# 13, It of Dlk 210 westerly 210 Ft. E Park, NEU of
Ft. Southeasterly
29. Town of Sew SEW Sec 31-SWU
River n, II I 20 R. C. Baldree %..43SW 210 Ft to of NW% & Wfc of

ON KINGSLEY LAKE !, of SF.4 n Ii 20 n E. W. Hodges 1.73 S4 ROB of SE'.. of SW% 17 G 22 1 Claude A. Morgan; S.4 NW% of SW% of I
of t
S14 of SW'/1 I Sec. 32 7 22
btraa
SW% It I 26 10 Queen Esta GantUng; 4.28NV I of NW% 17 6 22 5.AmJJe Goodw-in 13.22 Sarah
s 'l 20 to E. W. Ilodges 1.73S WJ, of NWti ofSEy Cttigger 49}
%, of ro.\\'t N 100 Ft. of S 525 _
4 or Lot 12 except : ,UL1UII{ I t I j ex R W U 6 22 18 lasso Ifanfcerson 6.06 Ft. of that portion
W14 or
l\E1 of
1/3 Acre in SW of NEM.of
Cor 'I 'l 10 n n. G. Allen S.97 Com gEt H{ Ft. S flf SE 18 8 22 20 Ceo Goodwin. E.3S NWU W of R.. 12 8 22 1 Elizabeth J.
Lot 3 except 15.1acres t
Corner of SW Lanagan 4.69
ofN'W4 .
to Ernest Lots 2. 3. 4. 5. of
Edwards and En and run W Blk D, The Haven
259 Ft. N 91 "Ft.
cf Ny; of Lot 4 of NWU of
E :239 Ft. NW
S 91
.Y and Lot 5 avdS4 Ft. % IS B U '
: of Lot Ii l' l' 20 i ISJ '\. E. .gham, lr. 11.19 to FOB U 6 22 Lncffla Easton 7.17 Tract 1 B. Mt. A S. Leath 41 -3
f Lot 3 of Elk 3
Sun-
!Y 3-4 of Lots 7. Pleasant SID 13 8 Z3
8. 9. 10 T T i4 ITl W. E. BJ&Um, lr. n.O nyLots 4Acres6SID 21 6 21 IL A. :ManassiLtxnte 3.11 Tract 11. Carl Toll- FJoeIJ Did\ sto

N'e of SW4 of I I"Ik koff SO of 1fV1
s4 except E S 3 Sunny A. SID 21 G U DeSue 7.19 of SWU ISII J 22 Bernice
acres S T 20 i If n. G. Anon U II..h I An W44 of Blk 5 A,
: ,
R flf R 4W Herring 9.15
E of
,.
1. !, 10, 11
Ward W line of KE% of 11.4 A in SE ('or of
.f Elk 1 ,
,'.ty I T 20 G. -L Parker 5.99 SW',4, Temples SEU of NW14 And

I.... 6 of Dlk 1 > SID 21 a 22 15 Rufus Rigsbjr 14.75: N 32' Ft. of NE%
W.ld City I T M Mr& L. A. Green Ii.n of SW'% except 2
Ti I n"D Huh Oi.I.. lots to Robert J.
L.r.. '. t of Elk 11 !S w .r Dodd I 22
% \E4 of If Fred
1 ; \\ .,rd City I 7 2O G1I7. Raccoon 1.63 I 'SFi .c V4 ofSE" Blk 3 of Gort Lot 8. Dodd *t 44

'L Hk! ,20!. 6.Ward 7. I City of oJ T U..1 :J. W. "The2aas 5.1t or !SE/ :1 8 23 2, Lakeside S/D ,21 r 22 Bhrr tow Tnterprfae -

i ": E L, of SE4 8 1 20 d Evelyn; F. Thomas 22,88 Blk 1(1( W 330 Ft. nf E 73. *. Inc 'for
except: Lots
'j ..: .f WofNW' Ft. of SEA of
:,ors ; W'4 01 SW% Ui T u It n. u. :r.Iott !..UE 7 and 8 Leslie Best 3.1ft NEU 2* 8 22 _
j jFOR Lot 7 of Rlk IS Marie t>nkeWHbert 4.C7 Lot 2 to Fred & Dodd 7 5S
\ .. "f SE14 except Lot 1 of Blk 19 desc as starts -
', acres and ext Lots Hughes: <4.C7< ir at NW Cor or
5. 6 of Blk 19
2 A In SW trner Lots Sarah F. Jenkins 3.04 SW% of SEU of
3. 4 of
Plk IS
of 1'14 of J .I>hfne Bass S.M NEU Thence ran S
Lot 2
of Elk 20
"l-lL. and Wn of Lots 2 Eddie Burroughs 39C 61 Begs 30 min E
1. of Blk 21
sJ':1. of SF 4v Lonaie Flowers 6.69 48' Ft. to POB N

,', pt portions S 45 dew E. 775 Ft.
,Ii Brooker nIt S 142 Ft. S 4* I
and "'EL' + of SI-L. Ii T 24! n. It1t.1cet lIUIIAd Gaha".D Sob Div 21 II 52 degre W <40 Ft. K ,
XW14 of SWS 61 dens 30 mln. W
of Rd 2J T :20 t 11 W'DTtam.CGreen 5.41 Lots 5. 22 of Blk 1 T. C. Reed 16.74 104.2 Ft. to POB :!l I 22 !
L. CIemeu 21.22NW'.4 Lot. of Blk 1 Eliza Marris 20.76 James 1'. Huston 1.56
SG
I W\-: of s.o 11 Ii 21 C. Com at SE Cor of
Lot S of Elk 1
of NE4; and Aaron Holley 2.66 SWU! of NWU and
Lot 24 of Elk I
: all that portion of Den Davenport 8.69 run N 259 Ft for
Lot 1 of Elk 2
SW''. of"E':! -, Ike Jones 2.66 a POPThenc rum
Lot 3 of Blk :
which lies S &: Levy Lennon 2.66 W 330 Ft. N 350
Lot 4 of Elk :2
E of SR So. S229: II :5 I t1 TO Donald L. Alvarez U.59 Rosa Evans 2.6S Ft. E Sit Ft. S -
Lot 5 of Elk 2 ... Nola Harden %
.66
S58 Ft. to PUB SS 8 22
AIl Swq E of Lot 11 of Blk 3 lola. Little 2.66 3H of SEU Of SWU ; >.n>nle Jones 9.Si
and Lot 13 of E'lk 3
River allS % Sampson White
2.66 of
NWU < S5 I
of SW I E of 1 Lot lying in SWt 22 S Mae B. Speed

_. River It t 23 100 W. 1L Edwards of NWU of SEt. W 6H A of N 1/3 Of ....gL.752
Jr; 30.03NW 100 Ft. N t !S: by

AN % E of River U t u 60 W. H. Edwards, 50 Ft. E &:: W as NEU of of SWU SE!: of SS5U 22 6 John Davis 12.89
Jr. 19.94SW4 deso in Deed Book
of It isWoodlawn 71, Page 21S 22 In. SW% ::3t I 22S 29
Lot Frank Ward US 1 t Lot a* dec deed .R J. Alderman 5.15
US 22 I Carlton C. Com at NW Cor of ".

Evening of Fun and Relaxation Williams. 3.16 SWU" of SWU and Deed Bk 52.Bk Page 57 Page 66 t.= .
N'4 of LoU H In 4 Run S 216 Ft. B 423
27 J4
WoodI3.wn n 5 U 5 T. J. Alderman :2.71E'4 100 Ft. for a POB 22 Albert Van etta 4120tadla.

of NW!. of thence run S 100 .

SE!. 22 5. U 10 Elisabeth Prince Ft. E 259 Ft. N Beach Si.. ::1 8 22 _
For The Family ButeU 5.56 100 Ft. W :259! Ft.

to POB 22 I 22 LIaBle Tyson Lot 17 rdaell Hall
n."
To... .f t."t'Y'" e\.al 16.72SE4 Lot 21 Mary E>. McCann 24.14
West of R\- :S I :sLots SWU of SEU of Lot 46
BOATING FISHING BOWLING
BATHING John L.
Lot 47 Hall Jr. %0.U
23 B 23 10 James Horusby 17.%{ :
T, I Qr Blk 6 D. B. Thomas s.ta I square acre in SE Lot 1. Indian Beach T. D. Whiddin. Sr. 24.14

PICNIC GROUNDS REAL HICKORY BARBECUE Blk 9 Pearl G. Hein U.1 Cor of NEU of Unit No. 2 ts I 22 L. C.
Blk 11 except Lot S 1L C. Harley 16.30 SWU 23 I 22 1 Luther Jackson .U ]Lot 2. Indian Beach Campbell 21.6536.3i

SIS of Elk %5. 0&0. F. Young %:..0thll W 99 Ft. of N 105 Unit No. 2 JJ. I 22 Robert J. Gavin
DINNERS Log 'Z .I. Charles DinkiD.J 1.43Sby100ft.B&W Ft. of EH of UJ Lot 3 E of Ed '

One 23 Ft N & NWU of SEU of 80 .jj I 22 20 B. J. Aldermaa S.It

.f' EVi except W 40 .
on W side of StateSt. Ft. 2SWV4 I 21 Eugene Hunter
Catering To Church and School Groups bounded N by of SE', of SEU 6(7 j

Peele and S by of NEU except W .

I Griffis Henry C. Griffis" (( Ft and Except J. R. KELLY.

PHONE 696-J t-al 62.37 E 90 Ft. U' 22 Edna B. Mills 2'.,.,_. ; TAX COLLECTOR
l Com at a pt. at Cor. W 66 Ft. of SE! of
of State St. and SEU of NEU :M 6 23 1 Percy Sullivan 33.:: BRADFORD COCNTT, FLORIDA
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I II BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE NINE
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FRIDAY MAY 14. 1931

i ...... improving from the serious I undersigned under the provisionsof
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYPINE rTTTTWVYWYYTTTTYYVWYT'STATE rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG Chapter %03;; Laws of Florida,
At The Tabernacle I operation she underwent some,Acts of 1341 will register with the
time ago We hope she will soon!Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
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LEVEL FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 BRANCHby for Bradford County State of Florida -
;t< ; "}e able to be back with her fami- upon receipt of proof of pubi' -atioa -
UI ly. of this notice. the fct,': HI.
I of Crescent Motor Court under -
name
i ..: by Mrs. H. ]M. McUae1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. :Mrs. J. L. Strickland I Gladys Mi-Clung was taken suddenly -
t : which we are engaged In bIJ-
CLUB and ill last Thursday and rushed I
MEETS
_I Jimmy Lang ness on U. S. SOI south of Starke,
I 5 :1 State Farm Community Club to the hospital in Starke. Her Fla.
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.: ; I j The Mother's Day service was met Tuesday afternoon May 11' husband said she could return [ William\ and Margaret File*. Hi.

I _YS l very impressive last Sunday. Rev. 'at the club house with 14 members Well, folks, the big election is home Monday. 2. Box 215.;; sole owners.

I Presbyterian Church : St. Mark's Episcopal : ; Hall conducted the morning and present. Easter lilies varied colored -|over and we are proud of Clay Hill Dated this 16th day of April A D.,
NOTICKOP ITETIO\ TO 1954 at Starke, Bradford County
i I Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaln : ; I evening service with over 200 in gladioli with a predominance again. The big day passed withno REGISTER FIM'ITIOrS"F.' I Florida.
: Sat., :May 15 10:30 a. m. j i ;!.. : : Sunday School classes Sunday of white mixed with blue I trouble at the polls. Clay Hill Notice is hereby given hat the 4/lt 4t ;ITo j 7
Youth leaves for picnic Schedule of Services I i honored -
Fellowship I
1i Morning stokesia and fern filled the club our native men, for the I I

at Camp O'Leno. SUNDAYS Rev and Mrs. Hall are leaving rooms with their fragance and!highest offices we have. We regret -,

Sun., May 16 9:45 a. m.-I 9:t5 a.m., Church School 11Lm. .., today for Tampa where he will beauty. The short business meeting -I j, that some of our voters were I My Fellow Citizensof

S Sunday School. 11 a. m. Morn ., Morning Prayer &; Sermon; ; ---i-- I assist in ordaining a minister at in charge of president Mrs.l.I .unable to attend the election; we1'

ing Worship Service "The 6:30 p.m.:. Young People's Serv- II Drew Park Baptist Church. L. F. Chapman terminated with have 360 voters in Precinct 4.

Death of Absalom". 6 p. m. ice League. We are glad to hear that Mrs.R an interesting program presented I'.and 186 voted. We do not know Bradford County

Youth Fellowship Gerry Gibson HOLY COMMUNION1st. --4 M Alvarez is much improvedafter by Mrs. W. C. Cofield of Stephen why these folks didn't show up

Leslie and Robert Humphries Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun a serious illness and hasbeen Foster. Mrs. June Edwards playeda I but we hope they will vote in the I wish to express my

) hostes. 7:30 p. m. "The Stillingof day 7:30 \ moved from St. Vincent's piano selection "Memories of next primary May 25. Remember

the Tempest". a.m.FRIDAY Hospital to the home of her son Stephen Foster". Mrs. L. F. Chap-\ folks, this primary is important sincere appreciation for

Wed.. May 19 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation. I (Charles Alvarez in Jacksonville. man gave an interesting oral I and we hope each voter

Prayer meeting and Bible study. IS p.m., Choir Rehearsal i II Evangelistic services begin at Mr. and :Mrs. R C. Cannon of biography of Stephen Foster'slife casts his vote that day. So let's :! -5 ______ the wonderful vote given
'
8 p. m. Adult choir practice. I Palatka, were visiting Mrs. Can and works. Group singing of make Precinct 4 a 100 percent me by the people of
The ) Tanernacle, : 23. my
May
Gospel vote this time. I will S
20 3:30 \ mother Mrs. Viola Chess- several of the Foster were probably act
j Thurs., May p. m. Church of God non's songs L
Junior choir practice with Carl if. cweazy. D. D., of hire. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert entoved by the club. A covered as clerk pait of the time to relieve -, 5 home county on May 4.

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Los Ar.geies Calif. Mr Sweazy I Starling Sunday. We are glad to'dish luncheon will be the programfor Mr. Strickland, so don't be .4 S '

ing Worship 11 aun. Evening is field! representative of Los report that Mrs. Chesshire is the next meeting. The hos- i afraid you will overwork him. I consider this a vote of

St. Edward's Church Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service Angeles Baptist Theological Seminary greatly improved after two weeks tesses, Mrs. W. E. Feagle and i We attended Mother's Day -.5 confidence and I

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet. and held a very successful illness in bed. ;Mrs. Bryan Whitfield served delicious -I Homecoming services at Long .: assure
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. here in 1940. He plays I Branch Sunday and enjoyed _
meeting every
6:30 and ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. I We are sorry to report the illness refreshments. you that I will continueto
Holy day masses, a. m.
trombone and is accompanied by I minute of the day. It was the
Lawtejr of Mrs. Lucile Thomas who Former residents of the State:
8:30 a. m.Children's his wife who is an accomplished first time we had been able to conduct the affairs of
I
Class Saturday 11 Sunday School 10 a.m. MOrning entered the .hospital in Starke on Farm Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix and' attend for S
pianist. some time, due tomother's
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo Wednesday of last week. We wish children. Margaret and Lafayetteof
Si'S
the office of
a. m. I II feeble condition. RK\ your Circuit
The is invited to hear I
public I
ing Saturday 7:30 p.m. I her a speedy recovery.Mr. Atlanta who were vacationingat
I Percy
Knight delivered
Keystone Heights wonderful
this forceful a -
(Women's dub: ) gospel ministry.The and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Fernadina Beach were greetingold message and all enjoyed it L Judge in a Fair. Impartial -
Mother's Day service at the of last friends here last Thursday.
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Church of Christ spent Wednesday night We had some beautiful singing -5' and Honorable
Gospel Tabernacle featured beau- with their son-in-law anddaughtr. Mother's Day guest of Dr. and .
Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. Corner 10th and McMahou I week during tie morning services and ; _
tiful flowers. the gifts of friends Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Mrs. Mark Adams were his mother S _
Confessions before all Masses. again in the afternoon. We hart manner.
Preaching-11 A. M. and 7:31 music. and an appropriate mes- I Thomas at Brooker. Mrs. Carrie Adams Uncle. to leave before we wished We

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE P.M. sage by the Sponsor.The Rev. W. E. Hall was called to Dr. Mark Herlong of Starke and went with our daughter Faye

SOCIETY Prayer Meeting andBible Stud Ensey play lot is receiving Middleburg last week to con- two aunts Mrs. Mary Edwardsof i England, and her five children, SINCERELYGEO.

Orange Park Fla. I each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. several swine which were recently duct the funeral services for Wm. Jacksonville and Mrs. Myra .who were so excited that they

Sunday service 11 a.m. Sun- donated o, a supporter of B. Thomas. He was laid to rest Fay of Lake City. (were restless. More than half of I L. PATTEN, Circuit Judge

day School 11 a.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD the project. Vs. Florence Hippie in the Middleburg Cemetery.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace and the people couldn't get in the''

Wednesday Evenings-1st Wednesday Cor 10th &: Clark Stv leader of the Tuesday afternoon and Mrs. Eiland Gannsof son spent Saturday in Jackson- house. but this is nothing out of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIS I Ib

each month. 8 p.m. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn- I activities on the play lot, will be Callahan, who are teaching a ville with Mr. and Mrs. Hardy the ordinary on one of these

Public cordially invited. Nur- ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday I back next week after two week music class here were with us Hagood. Homecoming Days. .

sery maintained for all services. Night 7:45 p. m. Tuesday night j visit with friends in Texas. Sunday night and had charge of 1[ Recent guests of the L. W. We estimated there were between i' __ ..

Community Center Building, 7; 5p.m. Friday night 7:45p.m. I I the' program. I! Paces were H. D. Smith of Dover !, 1,000 and 1,500 people there. '; -
Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. -James H. Cain pastor. Christian ChurchBible Of course there
I' Mrs. Alma Starling spent part]and Bill Bucy from Zephyrhills.\ was plenty to
of last week in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Woodrew James eat. and if anyone didn't get I
"OODL.\WS MISSIONARY I'E. TECOST.-\L HOLINESS School 9:45 a. m. Worship and enough it was his own fault. @ ccur
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. two children of Gainesville I There
BAPTIST ChURCH CHURCH Service 11 and 8
a. m.
were
p. I people from far
and :Mrs. Grady Nettles. spent Friday with the L. L. Wain- as as Tampa >
LAWTEY, FLA. Scnooi 10 a.m. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- 1 and from other _
Sunday the funeral wrights. I II I places near and BASED ON .- _
attended _
who
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. day 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood, Those I Mrs. Medford W. Shealy and far. Faye England had not been' MAN'SFAItH: '
Brown at Ocala Wednesday '
preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Minister. of Joseph I three daughters spent Sunday able to attend one of these gath- = _
sen'\(e. 7 o'clock song services. I Prayer Meetings Wednesday of last week were Mr. and before last in Gainesville with her erings for nine years. IN MANf :
I SEVENTH DAY Mrs. W. R. Haislop, Mrs. Louise .
7:30 evening services. night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nig!': I mother, Jlrs. Cleo Trice and :Mr. We were surprised and pleased _
ADVENTIST CHURCH Ward and Mrs. Lucile Lovewell, I
and Mrs. Wilson and fami- to have Jim and Ada
Taylor Godwin
DERIVED
I FROM THE LATiN '
-.L- Mrs. O. E.
Services each Sabbath in oldMasonic Mrs. Sally Tyson.
__; : ;:- ,;',,, ly. Mrs. Taylor and young daughter call on us last Tuesday afternoon, : '
of )
Mrs. Laura Mosley CREDO'ClBEUEVE
I Hall on E. Call St. Sab- Crosby and the S ,. ,
I Rita celebrated their birthday first time thev had n__ h.....n. tn... HcREDlflSOHEOFMAws
W -- "
bath School 2 p.m. Preachingeach Starke. with dinner and all the see us in a long time. I
a They had :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke second and fourth Sabbaths Mrs. Ward Mitchell left Mon- trimmings. I been to vote and then came GREATEST INVENTIONS.

3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. .day for her home at Rome Ga. Recent guests of the L. Dur- 'over to see us. on ITS TREMENDOUS fr' 4

: Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. after spending four months with Mr. and Mrs. DEVELOPMENT LED
dens were Mr. and Mrs. George I Clyde Padgettand -
I I Everyone welcome. her brother-in-law and sister. Lewis and two daughters. Judy I daughter were visiting friends BY THE AMERICAN A'
-- -- Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. We miss S g1-
and
end Joy of Savannah, Ga. and relatives at Clay Hill over BANKING SYSTEM _,.. .

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor HEILBRONN her so much. !Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rossiter and the weekend.Mr. HAS BENEFITED TH& ENTIRE WORLD/ \
,
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. A. F. Hall and children of daughter of Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. Charlie Wilkinsonand esRir 5"K41

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching Jacksonville visited her parents,I Spencer Crews came Thursday son, and Mrs. Bertha Mae I

11 am. Training Union 6:30 the H. M. McRaes Saturday.We morning to be with the P. S. Wilkinson of Jacksonville, spent ,

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 p.m. Preaching 7:30: p.m. Prayer were glad to have our son, Crews. Friday her husband and [I Sunday afternoon with Mr. and !i All applications for loans are given careful

Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Owen McRae and little son. Har- Mrs. Crews' brother, J. M. River Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. i I consideration by our officers.
Rev. J.
E. Lingerfelt pastor. ley with us Sunday. Owen arrived of Auburndale accompanied- by Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett: !

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. I HAMPTON I at his home in Jackson-I;Miss Patricia Wood came and!spent the afternoon Sunday with I You are always i&elcome to call and discuss in

ville early Friday ]Friday night they returned home Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Faircloth. I II
Sunday School 9:45 Ad',!. Training Union 6:45 P.M. CIIRISTLCIIUReH We I confidence your financial problems.
Bible School I Sunday visitors of the H. M. and were accompanied by their are proud to see the land'
10
a. m.; Worship |
McRae's Mr. and Mrs. J. E. son Billy Boy who has spent around our voting house so clean. |
.Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program j were Safety Deposit Boxes for rent $3.30 and
with all up per yearFLORIDA
with the underbrush
6:30 Crews, Mr. and Mrs. James Jr. I quite a while his grandparents. and trash i
.. : p. m. Evening Service 8 cleared
Crews away. Of course, ,
-
.- _, .' -,,_ __ _' -P- .0 '. f p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I county our!
I and family. Charles Crews a sister :Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Haymans commissioner. Arthur 0
-- J Williams and and Skipper of Gainesvilleand Hatcher, had this done. Anyway,
.. ." .. h \; FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Loretta son. ;
-
-- it
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Pedricof isn't a snake den and
J LAWTEY, FLA. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley an eyesore -
Crews. all of St. Augustine. Our St. Petersburg spent Thurs- any more. i
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- children, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- day of last week with the L. L. The next Union Meeting of the
ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek and son. Gerald of Heil- Wainwrights.Mr. Black Creek Association will be at
service man BANK at STARKE
A. E. Massey Wednesday, 7:3.0 p. xa. bronn. Mr. and :Mrs. A. R. Me- : and Mrs. M. D. Young of Oak Grove, May 28. A one-day
I pastor. Mrs. Lake Butler were Saturday dinner meeting, all are invited to at-
Bible School-10 A. M. Rae and son. Buddy, Mr. and i
REVIVALHOPE I J.V.. McRae and family. Edwinof guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. tend. Mr. and Mrs. Boone Minnie Member Florida National GroupYou've

II I AIRPARK BAPTIST Jacksonville, Arley of U of F Feagle.Mr. Moore. Linnie and Bonnie Harris I r;::. ::;
from Branch
S Sunday Scnooi 9:45: a.m. Spe- Gainesville, James and Danny. Mr. and Mrs. William Yaibrough are messengers Long
and family of Perry spent Fri I We are glad that Bertha Harrisis -
cia! service by Rev. R. C. Crosby and Mrs. B. M. McRae and

I at 11 a.m. Public invited. L. G. daughter. Sherley and son Lynn day and Friday night with his -

I Hemingway pastor. .,Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. daugh- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yar- .
I
ters. Pansy Joyce. Gloria and brough. had chance to size the 1954 automobiles.
Sunday dinner and supper a up
I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sue, and son. Chailes Mr. and
LATTKK: WAV Mrs. Robert Myrick and children guests of the J. M. Bradleys were
SAINT You've read about, heard about all the claims for economy,
BAPTIST Services each Sunday in old MaSonic Kathy and Billy. Mrs. Sue My- Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Geiger ofj I

Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday rick and son. Owen who has Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. performance, acceleration, endurance, roominess and ride.
of
School 10 a.m., Bailment Serv- just arrived home from San Diego. Leslie Bradley and children

ice 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.HIGHLAND Calif and so.i, Harley. Miss Elizabeth -' Starke.Mr. Now you're set to compare the facts, weigh the record. S

Jackson of Starke and Don and Mrs. A. C. Belche have

CHURCHTheressa .Y..YY YYYYYY.. .9 I Newman. I hope I haven't left I their daughter. Edna Ruth and
Chattahoocheefor
any names out. We had a gloriousday. I granddaughter of
Forty-one at lunch time. an extended visit.

Mr. and Mrs V. E. Thornton I Ronald Brunner of Chattahoochee New'54 DODGE
Fla. several last week
.were dinner guest of V. E. par- spent days:
By :Mrs. Lacy NormanLAAAAAAA4AA4AAAAAAA4AA Mr. and Mrs.A. .
I ents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thornton.Mr. with his parents.

REVIVAL BEGINS MAY 17TH 1 I and Mrs. B. M. Thomas and R. Biunner.

I children of Brooker were dinner I
!
Sunday School 9:45: each Sun ,I guests of Mrs. Thomas' parents ,Yyy..YTTTTYYYYTyyYYli j

day morning. Worship Services ,Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday. I Clinches What it Claims!
11 a. m. and 7:30
,
meeting each Wednesday p. m. Prayer 7:30p. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee: HElL BRONN ::

.5 :;and son. Edward. of Callahan andJMr. f
m. Choir
7SO\ p. m.Attending. practice each Friday : and Mrs. W. M. Guy Hall By Mrs. Ancel Norman i
,and family of Cocoa were visiting i ii
Spirit filled MessagesEach church here A1f.JJ
Sunday
were Amanda Wilkinson, I their parents. Rev. and Mrs AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIi i
Mrs.
Ray Hankie both !Hall Saturday night. I Our pastor's wife. Mrs J E. -
of Jacksonville
I
Night By and L. Covington of Lawtey. II II I Lingerfelt is seriously ill. We wish : : 1Bi
,
itt
;
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Sudberry returned -I Hazel Griffis. Jonell :Norman.! her a speedy recovery and returnto .
i to their church services. ,j; '1'"
home in Tennes- i and Mary Helen Herndon were
i see after spending several days shopping in Jacksonville Thurs- I Mr. and Mrs. Julian Spruce and ." ..' Hf;" ,0" S__: -...e =-

REV. JOHN STRICKLANDOF I with the Homer Smiths. jdav.i [children of Gainesville were visi-

The Lacey Normans were visiting i Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dinkins i I ting relatives and attended church
'I their children in 1 i: services here Sunday morning.
Green Cove and son Leo of Jacksonville were
PALATKA FI.\ Springs Saturday.Mrs. I'Visiting the Lacey Normans Sun- | Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby'of

Ann Harvey and Ellen!day. Tampa visited relatives here

Norman attended a W. M. U. Our Sunday school building is i this weekend.

meeting in Middleburg Tuesday I getting the roof on. Boy we are | Sandra Carmichael was at Jacksonville Cadge loya'' .,.8 foui-Coor Sedan. .
I at the Baptist church. I glad. $ I Beach Saturday. I

: Mrs. Ruth: Reddish and chil- i

'Faith Cometh By Hearing God's Word"Rom. !i dren were visiting in our community -i Dodj-e backs up promise with proof!

Vote For one day last week. Il i Here's the Record tJo Other Car Can Match y(1I1getP zewinningeconomy.provedIn
10:17 [ :Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee and:' the Mobilgas Economy Run.

;i baby of Tampa visited relatives: You get record-breaking performance,

Dan W. StarlingFor ( here this weekend. :! PROVED 6 Arn..ic.'IGre.' PROVtD A.eric' 0. prov-d on the Bonneville Salt Flats, that

Mrs. Willard Williams and I II ; EcOftomy Chom-Dodge standing 'm--On lets you drive with greater confidence.

I children of Starke attended church combines IIcuhing perlonntile Bor.vife Solt Rats. If you want proved value. come see

I services" here Sunday. once wi'h prize-winning Dodge att'red every rec this big new '54 Dodge with its long, low, .
Dodge ord in its dais for per-
onomy. ag04ll
SONG SERVICESEACH School BoardIn Farmers in our community are : topped oR cars in ill class formance to d.rnonsfrols natural lines.Discover -
all Dodge offers today!
S busy picking beans digging po- | in Mobilgol Economy Runl rosen..power.for-Ofety

The Second Primary. May 25 tatoes and dusting corn and pep- ;
i pers The wives are busy canning ; DEPENDABLE '54P1OVED

NIGHT AT 7:45: Home Owner. Tax Payer. A Re.ident of i and pickling fresh vegetables and : Arneric.1 Top PROVED Aiur.ric.'s Gr....

I \ Bradford County for 40 years.Interested preserving strawberries. Soon EadurllllC. Car-In official est lood Car-As a final
I I AAA till. lIIe '54 Dodge trib.... 10 its _atdled
: in the development and Improvement everyone will be gathering corn ; traveled farther and falter rood qua5les till '54

I _jt of better school for our boys I and peppers. Crops in our community ;j lIIan any other Am.ican Dodge wo, sel.cted osCo DODGE
,. Qif'ociol Pots Car for !tie J
and girls. are needing a good rain. | H.re's clinching proof :
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Everyone Cordially Invited Everyone is looking forward I of Dodge dependabJity.; anapoliI500.1eRac

Will see that you get the most for your taxpa 'er's dollar in to a good time with plenty toj! _

better schooL eat at the school picnic Friday. Up! fata if tera rrtsst faoj tecs, ASJ-IT Bet htb I111&8.*. UH1 bf fepn. EC IafI _
If elected, I May 14. Please come and bringa
promise to serve you sincerely; and honestly. git'lag
M. L. PACKHAMPASTOR the best of my ability and service at all times. well filed basket
I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

Your Vote and Support Deeply Appreciated brook YOU'LL purs-LOVE ize fountain the new pens Ester-in

.. I (Pd. PoL Adv.) pastel shades. Only $1.58 at Bradford 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA PHONE 69

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA '"
FRIDAY MAY 11. 1954


I Local Soil Conservationists Plant Ministerial Group Newly Elected Student Leaders I: Calvin Glisson Dies


SOIL CONSERVATION I Endorses Character At Home FridayCalvin

Sweet Lupine In Northern States Of Charley Johns ; : .
N-E-W-S ; Glisson. ;'
55
-. reured farmer -
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The :Ministerial! Association of ." ""-: of Starke died a: his hone

By Bill Haas 4.U. l I tarke met Tuesday and unanimously w Friday night. May. ;7 .i!-e sei-

i; issued and endorsed the eial! months of iKnt.-v-;
S. SOIL CONSERVATION
,I i following statement. according to His funeral was neM: *( the

SERVICE : .,. t ,, its president the Rev. W. S. Mc- Kmg! >le* Lake Bapt M Church

eJ Aliley. Sunday afternoon with RR.. L.
_....)... t
I "We the Ministerial Associationof and Curtis Han IS presiding-

The Board of Supervisors for other day. He stopped to disi Starke. Florida, live with: H. was buried In the Kingsley

Bradford Soil Conservation District -i i cuss his pasture program. He work with; worship with and love Lake Cemetery.

held their monthly meetingat [, stated that he had bought some Charley E. Johns. We know him Glisson is survived nhis" wife.

Lloyd Green's home. Those attending cows and put them on Pensacola to be a man of highest Characterand Rv.rn carter Glisson .nd eight

were V. R. Ferguson, I Bahia pasture. "Q. T." put his Integrity. We fully endorse I (children His daughters are Mrs.

Foster Smith. J. B. White, and foot up on a bumper of a car. him as a man capable in every respect j I Edna Pnssley of High Springs.Mrs .

Lloyd Green supervisor; G.,,,T. slapped his knee and said "You _%t of making the State of Dorothy Parker Mrs Louise

Muggins secretary; Leon Carter, know, it looks like that grass Florida the kind of leader we can Parmenter. Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford -

and Bill Haas, Soil Conservation doubled the weight of my cows . all be proud of. The people of Polaroid Minuti Phmo.v '" ni iegraph and Miss Betty Glisson all

Service. in just a few weeks." *t Starke and Bradford County show- Plotting out their plans for Bradford High School's itudent bodyare of Starke His son are Edgar.

The Board proclaimed May as I -- ed this confidence in him on May its newly elected Student Council officers for next
Soil Sttwardship Month. Ministersof I Land capability maps have been 4 when 92 per cent of those voting from left to right are Joann Smith, vice president ; Pat ftmer. president also of Starke.He .

the county are asked to set one I received on M. L. Lawson's farmlocated supported him for Governor.The ; and Linda Johns, secretary. is also survived btwo

Sunday in May as Soil Steward about two miles out the I Character of Governor brothers. Marion and F.ldl"CliJ-

ship Sunday; a day set aside to Bronlee Road, and for P D Charley E. Johns has been attacked !'=on. both of Stark and two

renew on the Lord's Day our Reddish on his place out on Highway bv his opponent in the State sisters. Mrs. Lela Row ?( Jack-

pledge to preserve a heritagethe ,I 301. These maps will be usedto Campaign for Governor in such ,, aim-ille. and Mrs Sadie M MUf.

soil from which all our prepare a soil and water fon- fashion as to lead those who do f phee of Starke.

riches are born. On this day ministers servation farm plan.A not know him personally to be- i Glisson was a mervbet ,>f the

throughout the South. lieve him to be an entirely different Bethel l Bantist Chu'ph He was

joined by more each year in other conservation plan was pre- person from the person his :; .. horn in Starke on Sent IS 1893

regions will deliver sermons on pared for Max Fisher on his place to William and Elizabeth Crosby
Photographed just before they left on a trip to supervise! plantingof fy JMM gurqess Az'o4re
our duties as protectors and re- west of Brooker, where he plansto thej "We sincerely believe that reports Ghsjon;

builders of the earth.A raise hogs. He is going to sweet lupine in the northern part of the I':. S. are ((1 to r) II. E. derogatory to the Character -====POJCA.NEBR. Pall bearers were Manon La

use millet for summer grazing.! VanArsdall, SCS agronomist, Lake City Zrdra Hamilton, BradfordSoil of Governor Johns put out by the zonbv. Brady Collins. James Don-

soil and water conservationfarm and sweet lupine and oats for Conservation District Supervisor Brooker; and David Maxwell, opposition are untrue and done Wherein the Ma j time has come gredients on to a piece of waxed ley. Norman Sanders. Zenias Grtt-
at last and 1 clean house, sew Saves dish Always
washing.
plan was prepared for G. A. j winter pasture. Max states that Santa Fe Soil Conservation Supervisor, Lake City. The men are for the purpose of misleading the paper. fin and Gene Gr'ffis DeWitt C
and attend the household ta.sks. I
clean wooden utensils im
Griffis. located out the Griffis by using,his land for grazing he I standing in a fine planting of sweet lupine. ( people of Florida. \ I Jones Funeral Horn,. made the
I 1 The fruit trees in the orchard mediately. Do not &>ak. I use a
He nlans to put in some will turn in a lot of organic mat- : "Since the opposition has madei ,II funeral arrangements
loop. '
improved pasture in the fields 'I ter. This will build up his soil for 1' Farmers in the potato section of ,and possibly other Midwestern i unfair and untrue statements I Have come to bloom again, sponge to dust. dampen it just a
I' i Their patience now rewarded bit and add furniture We
around his house. "C. A." states. row crops which he will rotate on ,Northern Wisconsin are making ,states. Thee supervisors of Santa I about the Character of Governor polish. ONE YEAR OLD

that natjj'e grass will keep a cowl! his pastures later.METhODIST. I preparations to plant 185 acres of I j Fe and Bradford Districts hope to i I l Johns. we therefore endorse him I with sunshine and with rain ; like these cup cakes. Even a little

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Steadfastly in all make them.STRAWBERRY
seasons.
I girl can
: plant 15.000 pounds of sweet lupinein :
up, but to put them in good shape sweet lupine. as being: a man of outstanding
MENThe I In and frozen sod, Cl'P CAKES
Z. W. Hamilton supervisor of northern states this spring. The Christian green
Character.
for market need some improved j
you. I Methodist Men's Club will the Bradford Soil Conservation seed produced from these plantings I They hold with dauntless courage 1 cup sugar, 3 eggs 1-2 cup

pasture.I install their new officers at a District. and H. E. VanArsdall. will be available for plantingin A fearless faith in God. | shortening, 1 cup strawberry pre- I

I. cover dish supper on Monday. agronomist for the Soil Conservation -II Florida in the fall. Last Rites Held I -Eleanor Halbrook Zimmerman !rerves 2-3 cup sweet milk. I
met Q. T. Lyons in town the i !
;I May 17 at 7:30 p. m. at the Service report from Rhine- : The northern project is an at- It is Springtime in Nebraska. ; Into this stir: I

j I church. The officers to be installed lander. Wisconsin that the Bradford tempt to oounter the effects of a : For E. J. FlynnElliott I However, for the last few days. 2, cups flour. 2 tsps. baking

W. C. T. U. are: M. W. Lance, president: District sponsored project to :j virus disease that has attacked we have had freezing weather at )ii po\\jfrr. 1-2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnariion. I

OF DISTINCTION' [ Kelly Tyus, vice president; and I increase seed production is being !'. the Florida sweet lupine plant at James Flynn. 62-year- i night. I do not know how the 1-2 tsp. cloves, 1-2 tsp.
QUOTES |well received by farmers of WisI seed ripening time. Because of > old Starke resident. died Saturday ,
Wilbur Kines. secretary-treasurer. 1| fruit trees have stood the cold. nutmeg. 1
0 THOU INVISIBLE HAST: SPIRITOF XO Dr. John H Hanger. pastor of I ccnsin. the virus Florida has had difficulty -(. afternoon May 8, at the Cherries were in full bloom. Most Beat well and bake in paper-

WINE, IF THOU the Riverside Park Methodist : The planting of lupine will be- in producing enough seed to Jacksonville Naval Hospital. Flynn, frozen -:, : .
NAME TO BE KXOUX BY, LET people think the apples are lined muffin tins 375 degrees for] Shown .ib,'"C i.tm i veaioldRickie
i I the few weather the demand. retired Chief Warrant Officer 1
will the gin in next days. I supply |! a 'I
!" Church m Jacksonville be too. I do not think anything 30 min. son ot Mi JIHI Milo H C
THEE DEVIL
I'S CALL conditions permitting. Potato I Hamilton farmers :| in the Navy, died after several '
says cooperating
(SHAKESPEARE. OTHELLO, guest speaker: His topic will be in my garden was frozen. I have' Well I have had to stop and Crews, Indian Rock Beach and
to use the sweet with our Soil Conservation months' illness.
growers expect [ '
"The Parson Sees Red All of the a lovely flowering crab apple answer the door bell and the
ACT 2 SCENE 3.) 'lupine as a soil builder in their Districts can double the acreage The funeral was held Tuesday grandson of Mr and Mt> C R
men and their wives are invitedYINKLERELECTRIC shrub in bloom I can see out the : telephone. Man wanted to pay for Crews, Lswtey and ot !Mi and
crop rotation system as well as a planted each year if we are successful afternoon at the Church of Christ
.......ft ____. ___- seed producer. in establishing: another area i in Starke. Rev. Everette William- i window as I sit here in the dining : gas Don delivered. The day wears Mrs. E. M. Thomas. Safetv Harbor
!
''room. 1 i on and each night makes me.hap- C. R. Crews farms at Lawtey.
Additional: plantings will be for seed production of sweet lu- and Rev. Harold
son Dowdy
made in North Dakota, Minnesota pine. : pre- Last week we had three funerals py for the boon of ;-){'ep. I. .
sided. He buried the Crosby
at
\ SERVICEi'HLTELEVLSON was -
With and wintei
", l and I was so very busy. This is snow sleep.

Pig Owners WarnedTo Lake Cemetery. j I lust Tuesday and so far I have The fruit trees in the orchard So bye for now and God keep

Rotary Observes II'II'Farmer's Flynn was survived by his wife, ,' been free to do my housework. Have their tryst to keep and bless you all.

Vacinate Young Vergie Cooper Flynn his brother, !': cooking and what needs to be With May and appe( blossoms. I LOVE. LURA

Day George Flynn of Starke: and :, -
done. It has been so cold and
County Agent George T. Hug- I seven sisters. :Mrs.! Ann East- i
rainy. It even snowed some for
gins announces that he has received more of Bowman Calif.; Mrs.i I ELECT ETHAN A.
SAPP
Annual Farmers Day was observed a cou 'e of days. It melted as
RADIO a letter from the Florida Florence Grey of Gainesville; :Mrs.! j
at the Rotary Club Wednesday fast as it fell.
Livestock Board advising farmersto L. Q. Buoy, Mrs Lila :Meager, and
with each member inviting I I Today the sun is shining bright TO THESCHOOL
AND vacinate their pigs at the weaning Mrs. M. C. Ford all of Jacksonille -
i farmer friend to the luncheon and the radio said it was goingto
age in order to conserve thestate's I ; Mrs. Dupont Murphey of Atlanta I ri.
meeting. warm UD now. I have Digger BOARD
and Mrs. Roger Hall of
;
free serum. ;
Guest speaker was Dr. Frank s.1 tied down in the yard and Don is
The fiscal of the free serum Washington, D. C. I
year Jamison horticulturist with the at the store. 1 heard little wrens 4.
II and virus ends in June. Flynn was a member of the :: District Three (Brooker, New River)
program at -
Experiment Station the University I singing now for some time. butI
Church of Christ. He had engaged : ,
L Sales and Huggins says that the supply of Florida.Dr. do not think any have taken up r COUNTYWIDE VOTE
in cattle raising since his '. ,
and ServicerrSsflpSsSSSrS.tSrS5t I usually runs low before that time. Jamison discussed the important retirement from the Navy in residence in my boxes.: : .. > Lifelong Citizen and Farmer Bradford

(Only a \israall quantity of the part played by research j This week I had a card from a ;
4SSSSSSSSSS flfl SSSSSJSSS which he had served for 28 years. County
serum and virus is needed to vaci- in the development of vegetable friend whose home is in town
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida I He was a veteran of both World I : WorM War I Veteran
uncle and _
nate an eight-week old pig. Hug- crops in Florida. He said that a 1 here. We buried her .,
War I and World War II.
.- gins said. The Livestock Board few't' 'rs ago sweet corn was'' I father. She has been in St. Augustine S Former Trustee New River School
Pall bearers were R. L. Thomas Your Vote
.'recommends the vacinating of 'e,,:rarded as impractical for Flo- and said that Florida 4 Member Christian Church and Gideon
McCreary/
Guy Edwards, Clyde
pigs at that age. rida, but it has now become a had improved so much and was and Support
young Thornton Johns, Emery Hender- i ;',. Business Experience in Auto Field since
adds that farmers will no f"Oo.OOO) crop due to the de- such a beautiful place. I have'
Sell It Rent k Trade It Huggins son and J. W. Woodward. Funeral Greatly 1937.
h..ve to purchase the serum and velooment of hybrid varieties and were by DeWitt c.1( had so many messages of that
arrangements
virus if the state's alloted free modem methods of control for the kind. Last week I got rather Appreciated (j. School Bus Driver since 1927
Jones.
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED supply runs out.Hampton par and bud worm. He predicted I homesick for Florida. I have Writ- (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

that new controls for' mildew I'ten' to find out about -getting an _

would will make it possible to revive embalming license for myself and _
Farm Bureau Seeks
Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place School Has I the cantaloupe industry in' i :of course Don. Just what stepsare

Active Spring ProgramThe I Florida within the next few years. Acreage Increase \ : to be taken. We might possibly I:.:::: : : -_:_ ::::' c41: ; --:.. :-:_;'_-__-.. :' .___- .. n ,_ --. ii1
Dr. Jamison said that in past locate down in Florida. to
\\V\XTKI \\ .UtI'- .t \--viKins Hampton Elementary' farmers have The Farm Rureau decided at build or buy. I wonder if anyone
rears been reluctantto
ley IVarh. MU.-.I h.- ever :21 \i ,
A. J. Thomas Starke. Fla. old "all Jieen. ("u\ .. Springs. J71I School in in the' midst of an active -I experiment with new varieties its meeting last week to make a. has suggestions. I know the pop SAT. :. MOI ONLY
> or inquire at I'..adl "(,'hg I M '
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spring program, according to and methods of control. "All that request to the federal government ulation of the state has for sometime

FOR SALE FOR RENT-Unfurnished l-ouse. In- i Mrs. Ola N. Perkins, principal.Last has changed now," he said "and; for an increase in the tobaccos: been growing. That mean

1_1:vs arrr ralllr much, dwrllIBK. quire at Bus Station. tf I ILET. week the school had it an- we have trouble trying to keep'II acreage allotted to Florida. \ more teachers, more morti'-ians

drrp "..II. all frnrrdnithU ..... n. ODOM. JR. I III. nual May Festivial and tonight them from using new insecticides. The Bureau plans to call ai and every profession. I \\oiiIcl bt- CHILDRENS

HW.1.OO(no Iuikvi per arr,,Town.I'rirr nmalltlu OLF: YOt'RTATTLE (Friday) it will present the play I etc. before thev have been given a meeting of representatives from t tall i glad to hear of any place wheo'we .

"n p.,....... librral IFHIa.sli StLES AM)_HOGS I I "Strike It Rich." thorough trial." ,! of Florida's tobacco producing might be needed.

I..... I. fit? of Markr. City I I.h.* Oak Earh Wrdamdariainei : The play features a hard luck I The speaker was introduced bv counties in an effort to select'' HELPFUL HINTS: Sift drin j -

ullltllPK, I'. II. \. A \'. A. .Pprotrd. < ,llle Eara FridayFOR I i family, the Carrs. who strike it County Agent G. T. Huggins who the best program for the request i
,
l'rlced up'" *KW: Mrack. ) Boxer Shorts
II-XT---\pr. No. 1. Three comfortable 1[ rich when an aunt inherits a for- i was assisted by Lucian Conner in The Bureau hones to enlist the \OTICK

:|-3 air building 1""D'o'!' furnished rooms and bath i ielectric tune. Howard Williams plays the Arranging the Farmers Dad pro- aid of tobacco buyers who havet t I. Circuit (...", Bradford <'....!;.
kitchen Florida In t'nnacpryWilliam
air :
tlair Mrret $UVMI.IM if desired shady lawn.<"nditionms AdultsJlrs. '.''father of the family: Ru"th Perry I gram. ;: stated that they prefer Florida f*. Perggoetz ,'I..,n' "

For tar.. sad other bargain* krr, I.. M. Clark. Rt. 1. Box 2-(,, :I plays the mother; and Nancy A musical program preceded Dr. tobacco to tobacco grown in other I II Jol'rr" t'rgg"t-tz. TI..f..n'l.m.
East Starke. I mile from Call St. I I ('a-eN o I 1" I"ull.r
A. J. THOMAS bridge on Uefcsant Rd tfchg I I Dryden, Iris McCullough and Allen I II Jamison's talk and included the ;: sections of the country. The buyers I,I \ T. .Ipprar: 3 Limit
Cochren play their children. following numbers: Aubrey Duns- '| have stated that Florida's to- |!I To: Dolores BergRnetz \\ h. '-. -

IU \I. ESTATE DEALER FOIl one bedroom RKNT-Furnished and glassed-in apartment.sleeping I The aunt is played by Audrey I I combe musical saw; SylviaPaulk. bacco has less nicotine and takes j I i iI '[I II Inati idenre Avenue and ,address Egg Hail"is. 2J<*'.tv< im"N.Jrrsey. ;--11-" C

M4 TrmpU Atr. Trleaacae 214MarLr. l porch large living room. I Raley; a young manabouttownis vocal solo, "Dear Hearts": ;I less time to cure and season.State |I| Irregular 1

Florida kiti. 'hen or apply and dmnette.at Tuck's 426 Auto SouthSt. Cafe. I played by LaMar Brown; a I!I Carolyn Crews. piano solo. "Gypsv Rep. Doyle Conner wa-j I I[I salt You for are Divorce hereby has notifies been that filed* f

I tfJ'I.L I nosey neighbor by Aelene Staple- | Dance": Babs Lance. Jackie selected as the person to present i i: against you in the above named"O'Tt of 39c Seller I
_ and cause and you are re
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I ton and other characters by Jim Hobbs. Joann the request to the !'
RADIOS REPAIRED I Slade girls trio: proper Washing-!I'quired to serve a copy 'it \ our an
WHILE TilELAST-D. my Dyal. Nancy Beidler. Avoy Jim Davis, soTo. 1 ton authorities. !i swer or pleading to the complaint'
All Makr. All *aeUHraiuaablc F. ttoodrick Spark Plugs. 35; cent.- t comet j,Ion the P}alntiff> AtTorvicy.T. .
rfearar MiaraittrrdCU.t each when bought in full sets. William Willow Ruth Hammond. ,,| Frank Landium: S'a \\e
1. ailKPIit.llU Farm. Home & Auto Supply Itchs Emma McKinney. DeWitt Hersey.and I II!, Florida
1'Q.11 91. starke 1'''. 231 1 1Fl'U Rosenbergs Receive I and file the original in 'he >'' .- >
ItJoXT-I.p..r and I"\\.I Ra'mondIoody.. The plays 10 LegionnairesTo I the Clerk of the Cnouit C..u'" : ull
IF vor HAM ALWAYS Wd't'a' apartments at 114 W. Madison St. ) directed by Mrs. Perkins. Letter From 'Ike' jr before the ;
punu. but somehow" never could Xuel' furnished. $40 pr month i Attend Convention FRE GIFTS'FOR
I I 14 day of June l"t
gel one. I have a luan.. for you. Mi.l l II. K. Knight. I'hone 117: The May Festival was under :,I ,)thl'rwise the allegation- -a"
All you need la a small down Itchg the direction of Mrs. Martha Williams. -, Sam Rosenberg and Sons were !j Complaint will be taken a- ...I>
Legionnaires W. H.
payment and good credit At leastge Graham.
I letter from fesged
proudly displaying a by you.
me the favor of talking toUU FUn SALE--Sweet potato < : The music was directed by John I I .
Grew. Ben
tra:41"1 i (Sarge) Suslow. This notice shall >e pul>lih -d
> 1 have a nice little bpinel i per 100. Roy Lloyd. Mrs. Eva Henderson. ,the White House this week which I
each week for four r'j "e.'ut11rw..ks
once
piano and a good used upright 3*. l.awtt.y. near lLeilhr"ni 1" expressed President Eisenhower'sthanks I W. T. Coram Jr.. A. J. Thomas I, in the Bradford County Tel..
Members of the May Pole Dance t
piano, you should know about. Springs. itp 5 il I for Jr.. Charles S. Partin Jr. I. fraph. _
crate of strawberries
\\ rite to Mr. t:. J. Kdwarda, were: Beatrice Stapleton, Elbert : a E'I I Dated this 10 day ..1 Jia ]'.' 4 THE CHILDREN
Gen. Del.. Gainesville. Fla. 4tp a14VAXTE1 WANTED TO Rl'Y BAPV ('nlH- : sent to him while he was staving Cla k, T) M. Finley C. W. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles'A, Darby ,
Hersey Carolyn Wayne
'I nr. S. n. Marco Phone J1S. Perry, : at Augusta, Ga., recently. ( Rushing A. L. Crosby and Mort i I Clerk of the 'jn'\It <'..ur' .
\ > Kxperlem-ed: waitress. Starke. Fla. Stokes. Me-
Itchg ( .uao.i. Aline Bernie i Clerk
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
No night or Sunday work. ApplySuggs The letter read: "Gentlemen: Alpren plan to attend the Amer- ", 1 14 j' -I I Nothing To !
Buy
lte..tauranl, t\ildwm ula.teg .. nnon PASTI'IIE FOR RENT Gee. Jacqueline Pisano Harry When we were in Augusta last ican Legions 36th State Convention -I f
j a,-1 |I $%ai "-)' Lyons. RI i. Bo7tl; ) I Loper. Dorothy Hardy Charles I ,\NOTH:
,.. ..., week the which in St. Petersburg
-I'n ; President received from opens -
McCullough, Vickey Mosher, and I A !Prhmn-make' bi<->. 10. !i.- They DD Not Have To Be With You ,
POW t.lt LA W.sloW En for rent you a crate of fine strawberries. Thursday. May 20 and con- found by the Starkerbearing I't', I' .' "
u> the houi at Tiny's Service Sta- FOR S.\i.E--llo..d quality hall ......f Billy Hall. the license plat. *>\\ "."
""n. Trni|>lr A\e. tfchg for home froeiers Slaughteredand (He asked me to express to rou his tinues through the following Sun- ''The owner of the t'ydp> .n '. Just Come
delivered to cooler ReasonIx warm thanks for your thoughtfulness it by !seeing Point* ('Iin-t. N' }F: In And Ask j
FOR S.LEal'rel: : 29 mature priced. r>.'>.I.. E. C.mn..: day.At .
Thornton : 4
.. in sending them to him. It '
this convention Coram will
pecan trees. Ideal for suudmajiijj "'" '- 9q" jt.-hg T _"
or Trailer Park, some young COLONIAL I was signed-: Ann C. Whitman be confirmed as district commander
timber. Located Vj mile from Foil S "..F.n'om'k W.i-h-
('It) limits out right of New *r ,. ...v moderately Se.. Personal Secretary. for the Legion's 4th Dis- '
UUnding road. Write Box J52.I {I ".- ".. ...I. ..f vvh.priced...i iFttn ,,, trict and Thomas plans to run ; LET US FILE YOUR SAW Free
.V-.. 1'itv nr ....il I I-\\' tip ,5 :j\ Item ForSEWING YJurt
.. RENT-T" .. hodroi.m ni.--i\ FLORISTFLOWERS Children's Committee for the office of Department i on our New Foley !
1"It Ht.XT-O room fiTrnUhed ( <"iUhMi I. -it--' -'nH..wf.n. tr-! Judge Advocate. t
house on Highway :tot across enhone. R. Makes Summer Plans !
from Morgan' Ilarber Shop. C. ..KI_.._.. ..-01 ,.F.Iulld..rf...... "'... c.I.>r.. AUTOMATIC AW FILER ; ,

I..-tath. Kt. :. Box al. tfLET'S BOX
-. I'nr \T.-.h .,. Bradford County Children's J
t. r fri
.. .t Pelican Club Has They'll cut
I'h"h"n 'hair va."im | For All Occasions Committee held a luncheon meeting -
UlTL\( IN I ...,.. 1.- 0 will "ro like new when
I" < atr I IInrnh _
I. I.OUII.OOM t \ U' ;. Box !t.. .:>-lrv Monday at the Methodist Recleational Weekend DancesThe I filed ::( Not Too I IS
..., on our Many Better Hurry
lark Batr.. .tperkled I'rrrfc.frarkm %b.li ?tn :5 | PHONE 218 Hall, with E. L. Matthews -
Blue 4.UN precision machine. -
tout inflRl.'S I 1 r ........ ,Isie 1. ...._..._ iM 1 vicechairman presiding. Pelican Club. under the In a No Purchase !
Il'.ll ( tU .\V OR WOMAN to distribute The summer program for chil- new management of "Mom" and. Necessary :
Itr Hate t:,rr>...I.at. For ThrFUartwaa U'qtin.. v,.;??.\1,. si'rtbcdProduts ; rden in the County was discussed "Pop" Salisbury. announce the I I few minutesyou"

tf/.c I in Starke.to established Pull or 'v"'ustnmers rt tim ,I (i) with P T. Noun and H. P. Morgan -I! beginning of Friday and Saturday i: 1 have S !

I.'t 'I: SALi-Mreury 1916 runs P1-.-.in...u itnlimitpd. Xo oar orother : outlining the swimming and j night dances this weekend. :! laWS that cut cleaner truer, We Exchange ]

good $13500. Also all kinds otti ,,- .-investment i> Ri.hte.n""I'.r"rit"j I band activities. : Music for the Friday night |!! faster. Bring your saws in i )
'"d used tires cheap.some Inn..h' DISH Dr. Florence Jennings reported today-j Julllike our speedy We Refund
.. Service Station J. R W-ttkin fompany. Memphis. ; GARDENS !I dances will be furnished: bv Tom :
the Farm
at Tenneos.ee. i inoon 'there are now 12 homes for emer- I I service.l II
er.Market at Msrke. FU tin I iI i my Tante and his band. J. Jackson We Satisfy
I POTTERY i gency care of children in the Coun- .
I.Ol'T-Ht'd. tipper billfold. Finder r qF.L; \ FRIOIOAIRE>- 'ty. and his band will play on Sat- ,E '
'"''li< '' her AI"o good Ea ALSO SHARPEN
may keep money but please 1''' vSiindry 1 POTTED urday night Friday's dances last j
'urn papers to Bradford County Washer. Oay's H"m.p- PLANTS Mrs. D. R. Devrick Mrs. S. G. ITk
Telegraph. ItcheHARDWICK pliance phone 10. Hchp Denmark, and Dr. Thomas Mould from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m., and 8at- ; ALL KINDS OF TOOLS

Flowers JJ'ired ,ing were guests. urday's dances are from. 8 KNIVES SISSORS, ETC. -
RANUK lake newS' I FOR SALE Some mixed: Herefordcows. I 1 p.m. CaflSt. J PStarke
take. up S -. $10. payments if* I i 4 and ;5 yrs old. Breed t. '! A nyu'JzereNona The Service Directory, compiled 1I until midnight. All New Equipment A
\,1'> !'h.i< r. io 1t.hf I registered Angus bull. &len milk I .
b members
,'o" s and stinie reel=to>r"dnit". } of the committee, will The Pelican Club is located CALVIN JOHNS
\ VKTMKVT F.Ut RENT-Bed- V" '..is c..\\ v .ind l.nIK .I MW St. Starke soon be printed and copies will be ,. Fin _
loom. liath. Ii\ 'lie r..i. kll.'h..n. !h'. Rt: :2.? B.\ ; : :"' i-: h.. F' available to and three miles east of Starke on the 463 N. Water St.
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