Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879
.' Citizen of Bradford and Union Counties gained attention ,

I{ in all parts of the State bj the magnificent support they gate ----- --
Acting Governor Charley E. Johns in his campaign for Governorin NUMBER FORTYFl"EiLarge

the First Primary election on Slay 4. I I

The Secretary of State la understood to !have said that the Second Primary Turnout SoughtTo !

92 per cent of the total vote given Governor Johns in these two Local School Officials Calm

counties, comprising his senatorial district, was the largest percentage

( ever given a state candidate for office in any particulararea. Make Final Choice For GovernorThe

I Many newspapers throughout the State have commentedon Court
voters of Bradford County Over Supreme Ruling
this highly complimentary vote for Johns in his home district will go to the polls again Tuesdayto I primary, also about average] for I

and have contrasted it with the mere 50 per cent polled for the help decide among: other things: an off-year election. Second pri ;

other candidate In his home county of Leon. Who will be Florida's Governorfor I maries usually attract even less I ..... I t

To say that Governor'John is grateful for the wonderful The the unusual next two off-year years Governor's?" I voters"My to guess the would polls. be that about \ VOTE HUNGRY CAVALCADERS Harmon Morgan States Negro School I

support of his home folks is putting it mildly. He has expressedhis race is expected to draw more I 50 per cent of those eligible will j .

sincere appreciation through the columns of this newspaperand than the usual number of votersto vote." says Mrs. :Marian L. Crosby, i ....... -

baa quoted the figures In his advertising in other papers the polls, but the generally low (j Bradford County's supervisor of \' Construction\ Continue As PlannedBradford

throughout the state. vote cast in the first primary tends I r registration, "but I certainly hope
to modify this statement ('that there will be more."
And now we approach the Second Primary on May 25 -
Seventy per cent of Bradford | Other elections to be decided in County's school officials, like the rest of their
in l
for voter
next Tuesday. If it was important every qualified
County's voters went to the polls 1 j!next week's vote are one contestfor Southern counterparts, are taking a calm "wait and see" attitude
Bradford and Union Counties to to the polls on May 4 it
go 'in the first primary, which is about I. County Commissioner and two on the sweeping Supreme Court decision outlawing

is doubly important that they return on May 25 to finish the average for an off-year electionin |for the School Board. E. L. Craw- the "separate but equal" doctrine in U. S. schools.

job so well started. this area. Fifty per cent of the ford and L. L. Renfroe, incumbent Harmon Morgan
county superintendent of schools
Sometimes, regrettably there is a much lighter vote in a voters of Florida voted in the first !are opposed for County Commis- states

t second' primary than there is in the fir.t. We cannot believe sioner for District No. Two. that no immediate steps will be taken to comply with the
Supreme Court's ruling. In fact
the Supreme Court itself
t that such will be the case here on May 25, for surely every man I I In the School Board races H. C. I
Acting Governor Charley 'Kelly and Dan W. ; has encouraged calmness in the matter by delaying its hear
and woman of voting age is fully aware of just bow much Brad- Starling are
Johns. will go on the air early I'I opposed for member from District'f'I .. ings on just when and how the change is to be made.
stake in the outcome of the
ford and Union Counties have at /
1 Tuesday morning in a last No. One, and Stafford L. Crews } > i. 1 1d Morgan said that the general

!. election next Tuesday. minute appeal to get out the I I and Ethan A. Sapp are running r:'iI. Abrams Predicts I opinion held by state leaders in

As we have pointed out from time to time, our two small vote. Local residents are urgedto !for the post from District ,No. !I Tallahassee is that it will

i counties now have the best opportunity they have ever had to listen "on their way to the !i Three. ; J _., Johns' be before probaly -
'' Victory( years anything will
put a native son in the Governor's chair of Florida. As thq polls. [I "' .'';:"-" :'. :, I happen to disrupt the present

saying goes it is now or never. Such an opportunity might Brooker Market :. -A,), .. I\. Acting Governor'' Charley E. school system

never at least within our lifetime. With the big metropolitan '.. "'i' 1 I,I Johns of Starke will win a hard In
recur the
..' : ;,' ..-...- {' ; i L:'i,. fought battle at the polls next nean time, Bradford
and to dominate the politicalscene Which Comes 1st? Has .. I I
centers coming more more Temporary ."'-". < -: >"1;;... ..li .,'."" Tuesday if the final of County is going ahead with its
> prediction
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for from small town, ; A"SI: >..: ':'' .. '' : I I plans to
it is extremely difficult a man a i ...... ."..i.. 'Or --p' M .. Q >>;..:-'._ "" I Jot Abram, director of the Florida construct a 12-grade
with a completely small town background, to reach the point Lull This Week negro school in Starke and a
-Polaroid lMinuttPhoto by the Telegraph- I Political Survey and Poll is cor
where he is a serious contender for the Gonrnonot p. Acting Dog Catcher Or Net t ; rect. negro elementary school in Law-
I ; "Keep smiling," don't argue, but go after those votes" was the tey.
Governor Johns is in that position today, and it is up to the II The Brooker :Market is In t i,! In his last release before the
i a i, program for these Charley Johns' "caralcaders" and their well-wishers
people of his two counties to help put him over the finish line. i temporary lull this j second primary, dated May 19. Morgan states that the building
It of "Which | week, 1V'tn'i
was a question :
who formed in Starke Monday morning before touring South Florida.
folks have already done much. They I I Abram forecast that program is still necessary.
The Governor's home "omes first, the dog catcher ot ,j i potatoes out of the way, but a i j! Johns would even under
have written letters, rung door bells, and organized a giant the net?" at the Starke City.:! flood of southern market produce i win ,with 54 per cent of the total the light of the Court'Hnew
Johns' Home Folks Tour State ruling.
motorcade to tour the Florida coasts. But there is still one Council this week. Mayor J. R is expected next week. :; vote, leading his opponent Sen-

of all, and I' Growers pocketed i ator Leroy Collins by some "We have the same number of
thing that remains to be done the most important Wainwright wanted the dog catch checks total
without which all else is meaningless. That one last thing is r, but the council postponed the I I ing 642,868.231ast week from pro-- I To Nail Down Election Victory 44,000 votes. Abram predictedthat children the he said, "and we need

TO VOTE OV MAY 25. matter until they receieve the net I I duce sold on the market, according I! Johns would lead in 47 coun- same number of classrooms

that the dog catcher will use. i'I to figures released by Ralph i Over fifty Bradford and Union j ius Smith Mrs. Marian Howe, Mrs. j ties;; Collins in 20. regardless of where they are put.
In the First Primary Bradford County polled 70 per cent Votewise the Abram forecast is "If segregation is done
In previous meetings the coun Nettles, market manager. County residents toured the state Carolyn Redgraves, Mrs. L. N. : I away
of his qualified voter strength well above the of the Johns with, these
average 297000. Collins 253000. classrooms
cil had approved the building ofja I I Following is a list of items sold, at their own expense this week in !Pickering, Mrs. Ewell Lawson, and | will be
state as a whole. There Is no reason why we shouldn't 90 I I '' needed. There is
poll dog pound, the purchasing of aI, volume, and revenue: an effort to show the voters of Mrs. Wilma Docstader. i no waste in the

per cent next Tuesday. Governor Johns would have even morecause of (i Black !Florida "how the home-folks feel Members of the second program."
net, and the appointment a I ,; Valentine beans 335' j caval-
to be to then than he did 4. about Johns." i BUS Nine PlaysIn The R. J. E. Negro School in
grateful us on May dog catcher. The pound is (coin I,$458.25; tendergreen beans, 309. Charley cade were: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy'Moore Starke

meted, but the net is still in the"I $463.50; Wade beans, 645 $947.50 Twenty-two Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, I has been given top priorityon
I I ;
process of being made, and no pole beans No. 1, 805 $1,721.-I residents made up a history- Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas, Tom the school board's capital im

Get Driver's License Rimert Finds 144 dog catcher has been appointed. I49 I ; pole beans No.2, 178, making seven car "Charley Johns ,I Slade, Cart Johns, Guy Andrews, Group TourneyBradford provement list It will consist of
Cavalcade" that toured the West Mrs. Junius Smith 13 classrooms, cafeteria
Monday, WednesdayThose Potential Musicians The Starke police have been $212.88; contender beans, 479. '! Mis. Guy Sales, a and
$646 65 I|,Coast of Florida over the weekend. Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. Frank Broad- : shower rooms.
unlicensed I
instructed to shoot all ; cranberry beans 427
interested in taking ex- Bandmaster Gay A. Rimert dogs they see as an interim $1,291.60; black'eye ;The cavalcade is believed to be the way, Mrs. Jessie Chastain. :Mrs. j High's baseball team The five classroom Lawtey
aminations for automobile licenses tested 125 I peas. 95 $120.- first of its kind in the history of Sam Anderson Mrs. G. P. Wads- kept its chances of playing in the Training School has been
216 elementary students measure.' ; ciwvder given
are advised by County JudgeTheron peas 25, $31.75; Florida's campaigns for Governor. worth, :Mrs Harry Houston, Mrs state tournament alive last week third priority by the school board.
council also authorized squash
The No.1
last week for musical 173.
A. Yawn that the hour ; aptitude $172.70; Twenty-seven Bradford and Clifton Brown, Mrs. Stanley Noe- by downing Bishop Kenny, 5-1, Morgan also mentioned that
follows endr he discovered that 144 of Riley WasdJn, plant superintendent squash No. 2, 56, ,33.90; Irish Union residents formed a second gel, and Mrs. Frank Landrum. in a home: game Saturday. the
are as Supreme Court's
make for small potatoes, ruling did
to 16,872
% plans a $28,130.98
Monday afternoon, 2-5 p.m those tested made scores of 80 ; cucumbers 10-car cavalcade that toured Florida's Union County members of the The Tornadoes are in SL not affect the right of the
white-way for the portions of U. 11,159. $8.626.78.Nettlftg. County
,. Wednesday morning, 9-12 a4n.n per cent or better on the tests. 301 under east and east-central counties second cavalcade were: G. Fred Augustine this week and if they Board of Public Instruction to j I
S. Highway now con .reports that during the week. Andrews, Bill Roberts, S. A.
Bryant win
: exam ttr--.-Al-vth license He considers each student that will thftSpok- their two games there et up attendance areas or "zones.
struction. white-way
bureau is available at the courthouse er fanning area is suffering-run: Themembers of the cavalcades John Whitehead, Hal Manus, they will be eligible for the state "Current speculation throughout 'f
rated higher than 80 cent asa run along Call Street from the a lack of rain.
per Showers last were instructed to and Dana Duke.
week keep smiling I
at these hours. It is urged i tournament at Fort Pierce in June. the South is that states
.that applicants allow time for the!| potential musician and he has' Courthouse to Walnut Street and helped a little, he said, but what answer questions, but avoid ergo Other campaigners during the Bradford drew the host team. will adopt "zoning"many i

; examination by appearing early 1 sent notices to their parents encouraging then south on Walnut to the is needed is a slow, soaking rain. ments. They travelled in sign- week were: J. R. Kelly, central I I Ketterlinus, as their opponent inyesterdays that will in effect preserve measures the i
I railroad tracks south of the plastered cars and wore specially- Florida Herbert i
before the closing hour. them to promote theirchild's ; Ritch, Polk (Thursday) game at present school structure ,

musical training. business Titus Olson district.treasurer of th? Starke Market GetsNew'Cuke'Deal made Other paper local hats residents for the went occasion.off in County Wainwright; and and Jerry Stanley Gay Noegel J. R., the group meet. If they beat Morgan adds that it is his personal I

Ketterlinus, will line
I they
Jerry Gay Attends Rimert stages that he will havea Pond Trustees, asked the council other directions on personal campaigns who plan to campaign the north- the winner upagainst opinion that negroes in this i
cf the Green
Insurance ConventionJerry representative from a Chicago *o consider the expand'ng: of for the Acting Governor. western part of the state to Pen- area want their own schools.
I musical instrument firm at the Siarke's power and water capaci i They also are campaigning at their sacola. Springs-Fletcher game to- "In any dealings that I have

Gay, Starke insurance I USO Building Monday May 2 4, ty. He recommended that the own expense. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman I day.Coach had with them" he said, "I have

agent, attended the 50th Annual for an instrument display at 8 p.m. council take action on expanding; Participants in the first calva- broke off from the first cavalcade Hurst's charges broke up found that they wish to improve
\ I a 1-1 deadlock Saturday with a their
< Convention of the Florida Association .I.I Rimert states that local students there facilities while good second Something:: new has been added ,cade were: Mr. and Mrs. Buddy in Tampa and went into Highlands four-run uprising in the bottomof I integrate own with schools rather than" j

I. of Insurance Agents last will be able to rent musical instruments hand machinery is available i in to the Starke Farmer's :Market !J Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas,, and Polk Counties to cam the sixth inning. Paul and : the white schools.

weekend. I for a three month "t* er sections of the country. this week when carloads of j(Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Guy paign. Mrs. Nollman said that Wallace Morgan foresees a meeting of
cucum- Rivers each connectedfor level
, Gay said that 670 insurance period at the display. He urge* Olson stated that the present bars started moving |,Andrews, Tom Slade, John To- they met with great success "oonI top educators and officials
I through in I hits to the Tornadoes
put out of the
I agents from the state met in all parents who are interested in I fsrilit'es; ; lire taxed to their caner i- Rood supply. The I core, W. T. Jackson Gene Long, I verting" many friends they had front state to consider the
N cucumbers
: 1|T. F. Long, Harmon Mrs. I there. She said left each changes that will have to be
Jacksonville to discuss Florida furthering their child's musicalability tv. and added: "We can't sit idly were waxed at Morgan they i
insurance programs and problems I to attend. bv and expect Starke to grow. of them the market, anmany d' i,Guy Sales, Mrs. R. O. Demotes '"convert" with Johns' stickers to Edgar Akridge pitched his I made to comply with the Court's
were packed in' second win of the week allowing'
Mrs. Jessie Chastain Mrs. Jun- advertise their change-over.

BROOKER'S "ON THE MAP" FOR URANIUM SEEKERS II one-third crate packages made UDof I Bishop Kenny only two hits. The I Although the Supreme Court's !

'i "Fancy"especially selected grade,Junior Band Ends Bradford Tops \Tornadoes rapped out eight hits I! ruling did not involve a case I
j for the victory.
from Florida
I the Court's out-
W < I N* i I M. R. Judd, market manager ,i BHS Concert Seasoni Cancer j I I lawing of the "separate but equal"
1- -rirri-i. 3id several rail carloads of cucumbers | Bandmaster Gay A. Rimert announces j!State Racing Tax theory of schools directly affected

., I will be shipped from the I the final band concert of I Adds! $18,000 More Section 12 of Floria's: Constitu- I

s 'll : j market this week. Three carQroads I the season which is to be held at I II County joined a se ; tion.That .

s s, 0 1. have already been shipped |I the Starke City Park Sunday at 'lest group of 16 other Florida {,To Hospital Fund I !Section includes the state I
and four or five Counties by topping their ment "White
more should beI 13:?,0 p.m. quotain : and colored chil-
i I I ready before the weekend. I I The this year's annual Cancer Fund ]i A check for $18.000 from theSU.te I dren shall not be taught in the 1
51-piece Junior Band will
f |I Judd said that sweet corn and drive. The County turned over| Comptroller's Office was same school but impartial pro-
conduct season's finale.
' |i Tfll pepners should begin arriving!I' $605 to the Cancer Fund, topping I received recently as Bradford I I vision shall be made for both."

\ v r GpaO \ '''at the market Monday, and he Rimert also stated that two its quota by $5. Mrs. Pauline I County's April share of state Bids for the construction of
expects '
: '! I BHS band students Jo Ann Smith Torode racing: tax returns. This makes
> c a large volume on these two was year's chairmanof i the two colored schools, as well
: t items by the middle of next we k. I' and Jim Davis, made "excellant"'ratings the county cancer committee. $118.000 received so far since the as several additions to Bradford i

I I ast week's volume totalled: Festival.at the year's State Music Highlight of the campaign was I, first of the year. High School, will be opened by

string beans 416 hampers $"1.50 I a house to house canvass in i The $18 fIOO was turned over toj i i Jth<> School Board at its June 7

t') $1 75 $560.25: potatoes, 148Hishols Rimert said that the state April which brought in $205 tithe : Mrs. Louise Kite. treasurer, boardof meeting.

sf ; i! judges were considerably stiffer trustees, Bradford County Host -
n.6 fiaims Si 50, S199. .I): and strawBerries : fund. George Kopelousos. I
I rr3 / t'i 83 crates 600. 41500. i than in the past and he feels their treasurer for the drive, said pital Corp., by Circuit Court Clerk Crippled Children

i rating was just as good as the he was still receiving contributions i i i Charles Darby in accordance with j

"superior" rating they received at from several collection :'legislation which provided that ail'I Attend Clinic Today

i the district meet.Lions' monies in excess of $50,000 in one
HumphrevsStarkePlay points. He said that this additional; I
23 1 1felenBart 1. :year received by the County from Seventy crippled children are
;0 money would be kept by the
racing revenue be turned over to undergoing examination and consultation -
Sight Fund county committee to help I II
pay: at Bradford
the Hospital Corporation.This County's
Softball Here I minor expenses in local cases. I
Collects $137 I I I sum, added to funds al- I annual clinic today (Friday*

:From Talent Showi I Elks I -eady on hand, makes a total ofI,The clinic began at 8 p.m. at the

Starke's Softball Club $112,800 the Bradford County j j Bradford County Health Depart-
team will (
its flateUt opei Sylvia Paulk, Susie Broadway, Hospital Corp. has at its disposal. |1 ment
i combined a game against! a i and Gene Norman won first place I I Six visitors from Lake City:The Corporation received $32,01 j I The clinic is being conducted .

I Trail Ridge-Highian ,in their respective age groups at ]I attended the bi-monthly meeting,, in '52, $42.800 in 53, and $38,000 j j{ under the auspices of the Florida
.. Gold team. The two the second annual Lion's Club i of Starke Elks Lodge 1802. They so far in '54. I i I Crippled Children's Commission.
teams met last night Thursday) Talent Show last week.! I j i were: Harold Green Tony Thomas, '! There are two additional pa q- I American Legion Post 38 of

:jat the Bradford High stadium. 1 I J L Cole. C G. Davis Jessie ments which will be made in June. '' Starke. and its Auxiliary.
Two Small 'Radioactive' Areas Discovered Near Brooke 1 The two Humphreys teams have W. H. (Billy) Graham was the
Infaved i M. C. for the 26-act show that

j i other several recently games but against combined each collected $137 for the Lion's Sight Seve/al( Participants In Lions Clubs Talent Show

The atomic age was brought owned by American Tung Oil Mills, 'of a northern group that includes I i:. fo'vfs in last night's encounter. Conservation Fund.

home to Bradford County recently Inc., and on the farm of HowardW. Taylor Dixie, Columb' t, Union Trail Rides has I I Gene Norman took top honors
won three"rMsrht
when an airborne survey discovered Wait It extends into several and Clay counties. The two Bradford ir. the age 14 and older group He

the town of Brooker and por- other tracts, however, and includes County locations are apparently j 1t., 21-17.comes and over 12-4 Highland decisions.by gave a monolog in which a country .] i I I IR

tions of its surrounding territoryto several lots in the town limits of : too small to have any commercial ['T'hp two boy gives his first impressionof
be "radioactive". teams will meet again, i
Brooker. significance. I a football game. The team of

High radioactivity was discovered The other area has a radioactivity Two of the state's radioactive j I II tonight at Keystone Heights. i i Richard Forsyth and Billy Morgan t irk.ifl
i I I" last"t'pk's ,
in two small areas in the intensity of oneandonehalftimes spots were investigated on the Humphrevs' game finished second, and Jerome .
(I =
n Plowrs-ht was the individual Edwards third.
the normal placed
intensity. toI
Brooker vicinity. One covers the ground. Both were discovered
itself Records show that it is primarilyon (I contain phosphate deposits. The:star for Trail Ride with a tripl'I'M 1 Sylvia Paulk took first place m
western portion of the town t .
and extends south along the farms owned by E. B. Crosby, discovery of uranium in phosphate ;,! a sine-le. Other players set- i[the 10-13 age group singing three ;ii :
Hazel Carlton and J. W. ling two hits' were: Jim Hether- : ; c _
La Crosse highway to the Santa Crosby is not new; in fact it is already 1' '. I popular songs. Phyllis Prevatt .
Fe River. Kelly. being recovered from phosphate "ton. Glenn Shuford. and Vic placed second, and Maggie Phil- I

The What the :radioactivity stems (,I mined in Bonnie! Fla. Frees of Trail Ridge: and Glenn lips and Bobby Smith took third.
other area begins along
I 4'
from has determined Small of """"P>r and Louis Hillendahl of Susie
Bragg Branch about one-half mile not yet been quantities radioactive Broadway won first place

south of Florida Highway 18. It The two most logical solutions are minerals have also been found in ,H.O'htl'nd.Jfl't'rs. |in the ages 9 and under group I i

also extends directly south to the that the area has either some Florida by Humphreys Gold Corp., j of the Starke team are: with a lively mimic. She was followed '

Santa Fe. I radioactive mineral content or thatit and they have mined one mineral j'R11 F...ns. C. R. TUlmarJim'nv by Joan Slinger. r I :

The western of high radioactivity is an outcrop of phosphate 'i monazite commercially at their !R"'e. C G. Strickland. Jr.. R. N. I I Local colored talent provided six
recorded the higher read- clays that are common in the Jacksonville mine. i i Tucker. R. E. Story E. L. StrongT.tt1 -. j 1 lof the programs acts. A trio sang I
ing on the survey's recording! southern portions of the state. I But whatever the commercial i Hurst Mack McGriff. OvidjBennptt three popular numbers, and the r ., ,

equipment. It was rated as twice' The survey was conducted !outcome might be, Brooker has j Ham Green. Jack Eaves..I group engaged in several colorful .

,acheived the distinction of ushering j "nd Frank Dryden Ray Stone is dances. I i iJ
as high in radioactivity as the sur- throughout the state to determine j:> -Polaroid 1-Minnte Photo by; the Telegraph- i 4
the county into the atomic era, the team's manager! and Sarge J Franklin Nazworth, TV
rounding area.Courthouse hidden locations of uranium. i. young
High and latest I Pictured above Is part of the talent displayed at the second annual Lions Club Talent Show. On
by has
show geiger count Ea"es is the coach. { and radio star, provided guitar .
records that ,radioactivity was discovered in 11 ,,been judged the "most radioactive" The team is sponsored by Alvarez :music and songs during the inter I the left Is a negro trio that sang several numbers daring the colored part of the program, and on the

the land involved "is primarily :counties with Bradford being part community in the county Men's Store. missions. right are several performers that appeared In indivi

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TTTTTTTTYTTTTYYTYTTTTTTT i I ment Training Center, Camp Gordon thereon. The certificate.- numbersand i ida.Unless
BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS Ga.A3c years of Issuance, th-e descrip- such certificate or certi-
SERVICE MEN tion of the property, and the namesin ficates shall be redeemed accordingto
PINE LEVELby which it was assessed are as follows law the property described in
EDITOR Charles Kenneth Conway, : such certificate or certificates will
Certificate Xo. 47. Year of Issuance be sold to the highest bidder at thecourt
!son of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Conway,
VIEWPOINT 1952. house door on the first Monday -
TELEGRAPH 1 PUBLISHER !Mrs. IL M. McKaetAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Starke, has just finished his basic i Description of Property Lot 1 Block I in month of June 1954, whichis
training at Lackland Air Force 19. North Reno, Sec. 21. :T. 6 S. R. 7 day of June, 1954.
I I 22 E.Name : Dated this 5 day of May, 1954
Base San Antonio, Texas. Now I in which assessed; Wilbert I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
MASTHEAD Robert L. Stefanelli, '
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME We were glad to have our son, fireman he is stationed at Keesler Air Hughes.All Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
USN son of :Mr. and Mrs. I' I' of said property being in the I ford County. Florida
Published Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Owen :McRae and wife Iris, and Henry i Force Base, Biloxi Miss., studying ,,County of Bradford. State of Flor- 5/7 4t 5.29Uwrriu
every sons Harley, Gary and Ricky ,Stefanelli, Starke, serving aboard '-
March 3, 1879.
the Aet of ,
with us Friday and Saturday. ,OTICE I : --
the light aircraft carrier, USS .
rireait Cenrt. Bradford Comutf,
MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION They left Monday morning for in the "Black Plorldai !. ChaBrrrr I, r
: ; Calif., after visiting Iris' parents, William C. E'erggoetz., Plaintiff.. Rom where I sit.fy Joe Marshi"KighPriced" 1
[Ship Festival" at Yokahoma Dolores Berggoetz Defendant.
I .
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner at Case
No. 10-491
I early last month. The
THE BAN ON SEGREGATIONWe Lake Butler. Owen will study Japan \otire To Appear!
festival commemorated the arrivalof To: Dolores Berggoetz whose residence -
electronics at the university locat- ,
x I and address is: 22S Cincinnati -
Commodore "Black'
like the calm manner in which most tion to non-segregation will be affected. This I ed at Treasure Island San Fran- Ships" in Tokyo Perry's Bay in 1854,\Jersey.Avenue Egg Harbor ('ityew Mistake

officials, state and local, are meeting the our state will do." cisco, for 48 week I which resulted in opening the You are hereby notified that *
Rev. and Mrs. \\. E. Hall visited I suit for Divorce has been filed
historical decision handed down by the There is an old saying that "Soup is door of Japan to trade with the .against yon in the above named :
Al- Mrs. Mollie Alvarez in Jacksonville I i I Corrt and cause and you are re- '
hot it is cooked.
Supreme Court of the United States never eaten as as world. ----
i Qu red to serve a copy of your anI I
I Monday. She is out 01 the real sale
day, declaring unconstitutional the practiceof though no one can overestimate the social l, i ewer or pleading to the complaint !I' Maybe you noticed the bigad" sold that suite for
the hospital and may be able to 1 I oa the Plaintiffs Attorney of course.
Store price,
I Furniture raga
segregation of races in our public schools. economic, political and legal overtones of ii T. Frank Landrum Starke Red Smith's
home in few
the fact remains that Monday's a days. : i! Florida II The Cranes last week. Fron where I sat, it's lucky .y
the decision
However much we might disagree with thecourt's I I I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and N I, and file the original In the office of carelessness didn't cost Red any
action had the immediate result only of i I; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on One item caused soue
the fact remains that it has { children attended the homecoming I '
business. FBI the OIIe -
,:, or before the rassment around her<9 It read:
been rendered and there is nothing to be ruling out segregation as a legal principle.The and family reunion in Orlando onMother's 14 day of June, 1954.; Sail "experting" oa being careful -
hair court announced that hearings will be Day at the home of A. otherwise the allegations of Bjja I 4-piece :
gained at this point by tearing our Complaint will be taken as cJt- price $119.50, bargain priceU9.50. -careful of oar responsibilities -
held this fall to consider and means to J.'s mother. TV"! were also vis- 1 I fessed by
with ways you.
beating the breast or rending the air ." Guess I did;t "proof- careful of our neighbors'rights.
!: I ,
This notice shall l>e published
the various iting Mrs. Fend-"s
make the principle operative parents. Mr .Even careful to the
invectives.It I i once each week for four consecutiveweeks read" too well, and :when our
for the to states. One justice predicted "a century oflitigation" and Mrs. R. L. P Uen at Theres- I In the Bradford County Tele-i asked for thr go-ahead, other fellow's preference for a
is difficult of course, layman graph pressman
sa. last Sunday "'tei-noon.
such completely differ- arising from the ban on segrega- l Dated this 10 day of May. 1954. I yelled "Let 'er go." class of beer. Let's all make a
understand how two Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Starling and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I berpain to be more careful in the
conclusions could be drawn from the same i Clerk of the Circuit Court All kinds of jokes about the
ent tion.Many school leaders feel that it will be children, of Staike, were dinner i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I mistake. One fellow asked if future
document the U. S. Constitution. In guests of Joe's mother, Mrs. Alma Harold LeVance Gay, son of M. 5/14 4t 6/4
ruled that equal but perhaps ten to twenty years before complete : H. of Rt. 1, Starke, Smith's was holding the price
Court Gay. is com-
1896 the Supreme to Starling on Wednesday of last NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR ttlaL1Iv}
become a reality it jusfc snapped. c90e
separate facilities were not a violation of the non-segregation can week. pleting his Air Force basic mili- T\: DEED I line so tight
Florida. They point out that schools are I Honoe Bill !No. 1841: Turned out fine in thaend-Red
rights of the individual under the Fourteenth Mrs. W. J. Anderson and Mr. tary training course at Lackland Notice is hereby given that A. 0.1 I
set on a basis of residence districts with AFB, San Antonio, Texas. His.Jenkins the holder of the following
Amendment. Now, in 1954, we have a Supreme up and Mrs. W. B. Anderson, all ot certificates ;;
has filed said certIfi-
Court ruling, unanimously, that equal children attending schools according to Dinsmore, were visiting Mrs. Al- i basic training is preparing him for I cates for a tax deed to be issued Copyright, 1954 IfiiUed Starts Brewctt FowadaadwCOOK'S I

facilities ARE violation of where they live. Negroes would naturally ma Starling Sunday. Her aunt, I entrance into Air Force- technical: _v .

civil but separate rights. The wording of a the Constitu- continue to attend the schools that are Mrs. W. J. Anderson, stayed over training and for assignment in! ;-.-, -. -.-- .-- -: _: -.====: ;; : ': JtrC._: ::- :':--L :...:._: .-. ._ '

closest to them, as they do now. "In a good to spend this week with Mrs. I specialized work. .
tion certainly has not changed so we are
is many areas they will voluntarily prefer seg- Starling and Mrs. Freida John-
what has changed
conclude that
forced to
I t.1. ff-
schools where they have adequate I
the "times" and the thinking of the men who regated son.Mr. STOREI
Court. facilities," one state school official said. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop and I
the Supreme
comprise the bitterest criticism of the On the local level, the county's huge school Mr. and :Mrs. Calvin Ward and t I
construction program will continue as plan others attended the Homecomingat

court's decision came from Senator Russell, ned. The half million dollars to be spent i Oak Grove Baptist Church I

the ardent States-Righter from Georgia, will be divided almost equally between white : Sunday.
On Jax Highway Open Thursday Afternoons
who denounced "the tendency of the court to schools and colored schools of the county, Miss Elizabeth' Jackson of I

disregard the Constitution and the prece- to classrooms for Negro I Starke was a dinner guest of I
with priority given Plenty Parking Space Free DeliveryIECCS
dents of able and unbiased judges, and to de- students. The buildings are needed NOW Ms: Glenda Crosby Sunday. I

cide cases solely on the basis of the personal and they will be built, as planned officials Rev. T. J. Logan and Elbert

predilections of some of its members as to Glover, of Green Cove Springs _. ..
political economic, and social questions." here have announced. the were visiting Rev. and Mrs. W. E. I Airman 1-c Albert A. Hazen at.' -: r-. -_'_'. ,.;;A'A." -- ;: : -.....-;:.llii:' :"" w. -- "':.-_. _.---.,13., .- ,'_. -..'.-,_ .. -
Another point to be considered is son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hazenof
I Hall and the H. M. McRaes :Mon-
Officials in Florida were inclined to takea economic welfare of Negro teachers. It would Starke, is returning to the

more temperate view of the history-making certainly be to their interest to continue day.Mrs. states in May after serving for
I A. F. Hall and children
decision in schools, otherwise most of more than a year with the 14i4th Dozen
segregation Mrs. T. N. Norman, and ,
Collins said "We out of jobs. Air Police in Dhahran, Saudi. \ 399BREAD
State Senator Leroy : them would find Gerald, and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and
I|Arabia. He sends to
find solution to the problem arising Teachers hired on their qualifications, i greetings
cannot a are children, were visiting their par-i j all his friends and relatives and 1'
from the U. S. Supreme Court decision in an and few Negro teachers can match qualifica- ents the H. M. McRaes Sunday]i would like to hear from them at

atmosphere of hysteria and demagoguery.We tions as yet with teachers in the white 1 I afternoon. I I the following address: Al-c Albert I

,. ,. .. .,. .' . ,
should call together the best brains of schools. I :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick I A. Hazen, AF14387123, 1414th Air _;. r-_-""'_ <-_- -.----'FiIi. ; ;L.. "...". ';""' c.c --".'--.,_- -. _'.'>-"'A''::'._-, ,_. --_.- : c.
our state to study the situation and meet it We cannot help but feel that the Supreme and children of Starke were:Police, APO 616, care PM, N. Y.. a(

calmly and properly." Court made a grievous error, but the decision -I among the rest of the family N. Y. any White Loaf

Attorney General Richard W. Ervin said: has been made. We can only hope I that visited Mr. and Mrs. Owen E 1SC

"As I see it, there is no immediate disruptionof that time will bring about some satisfactory McRae at the home of the H. M.

our school system, but there will be a solution for both races to a tremendous McRaes Saturday night. i-I

considerable period of delay and an oppor- sociological problem that in our opinion, has: i We are sorry 10 report Mrs. Plus Deposit
tunity to argue to the court the time requiredand been aggravated and in no way resolved by I Russell Clinic Thomas, is still in the COCA COLA 21C
Hospital in Starke, after!
the conditions under which the transi- Monday"s historical decision.cals I
.1 undergoing an operation last Fri- .

I -.- .. "'-' -'-(. I and poison lab. It is wonderful saw the changing of the guards I day. We hope she will soon be I .. o'n" *

how their system is set up. i i iat i the Tomb of the Unknown able to come home. Puffin Cans

i I Just before lunch we went to Soldier, and the trophy room.I! BISCUITS 2 2SC

I Susie BradfordWell I I the White House. Here we went ,which had memorials for the unknown Religious Drama .

|through the blue, green, and wine soldier from different} .
rooms. The interior of the White countries. i Plays At Florida I Pfc. Alfred Glisson, husband of : :- :: :;t: r j ': .:S. <-- : '.'_ :: : : G:: :: i : =-_ -::. :: ..: ,'. .- ::

House is all done so beautiful. I Next we went to Alexandria, From I Mrs. Edna Mae (MacKellogg
things are just about back "Reaching Heaven", a
| After lunch we met Congressman Virginia, where we saw the homes powerful, warm drama with a Glisson, Live Oak, formerly of PLANTATION
to normal since the seniors had I of Robert E. Lee and John L. Starke. Korea. Be-
Billy Matthews. Senator religious impact, is playing at the is serving in
the whole weekend to tell about Spessard Holland on the steps of 1 Lewis. We went from there to Florida Theatre Sunday and Mon- fore entering the service, Pvt. GRITS 33CFRUIT

their trip to Washington. I know the Capitol We all enjoyed a Mount Vernon, George Washing- day. The film has been describedas Glisson was employed at Setzer's 5 LOS

mot of you readers are interestedin nice chat with Rep. Matthews.We ton's plantation. saw the sum- "clean wholesome entertain- Store; he was married on his last

what we did, so here is justa then moved inside the CapitoL mer house, coach house, stable, ment of a quality that is rarely leave before going overseas. His
little bit of what happened: Our the and other sites on the planta- theatre address is: 1124556 U. S. M. C.,
trip through Capitolwas seen on a screen.
tion. Weapons Co., 2nd Battalion, 1st I _
D. C.
Arrived in Washington '
very educational, and we. The film does not have a star- Marines, 1st Marine Division :C:"A: :' ; ;j:: ];, .=-" .'_ ,: _=--= -:-. : :: ,_ .:';
Hay 12, 6:10 a. m. Our first tour learned many important facts. We After lunch we went to Glen I studded cast, but it embodies all
started at 8:30( a. m. with the saw all the famous paintings Echo Park in Maryland. This is the elements that go into makingof F.M.F.. A. T., PLT co; F.P.O.. Q" Doz

Bureau of Printing and Engraving.: arpund the walls of the building.The a big amusement center like a an entertaining and satisfying San Francisco-, Calif. F I JARS S 99CR
Here we saw money at the very class attended a meeting in carnival. motion picture; love pathos, humor Odell Thomas, engineer fireman, I

beginning when it went in as a the Senate chamber and also went Then we were on the train drama, and above all a USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
white piece of paper and came into the chamber of the House of heading home, bringing many beautiful I
I( story vividly portrayed. S. Thomas of Brooker, is serving
out green. Next the money was Represtntatives.Next I memories with us. To you who j j It is billed: "Not a sermon, buta aboard the destroyer USS Wad- Dixie Lily

stamped and made ready for use. was the Smithsonian In-(j helped make this trip possible we i great human interest story of I|leigh. This ship a member of the ICE i E 600z 69CS
This V.T the only place where stitute, a national museum' Sere.' say once again: "Thank you so'i a vivacious young girl who learned i Atlantic Fleet Destroyer Force
they were not giving away free much." ; the hard way of the real power recently returned from an opera-
we saw the art and industries.
samples. 1 Have you heard? Sonny Tenly, of God." 'I tion in the Caribbean.

Next we went to the FBI. 'We natural history, and zoological i was elected vice president of the I Dills Qts
spent a reat deal of time there exhibits. Following that we had;High School Library Council of 'Column South' Plays I I Marine Pfc. Charles K. Fuqua.son I

learning all the ways they use to supper and then a free evening. I Florida. Sure am very proud of of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin A.I

catch a criminal. There was a I Arlington Cemetery was the Sonny. At Park Theatre"Column I Parham of Starke, and husbandof .. '-- .. ,. .
t paint lab, blood lab, and a chemi- first stop on May 13 There we -Susie the former Carolyn Hutchesonof : : =: :,, .':::_ -. -= : .:.-.:::'=:'- ;,.,.,,::- __= -::] i'::;: : l : :: ::.=.-:_" -' n" ._. ..:_.;. II.ACK

South", a saga of the Rt. 2, Starke, recently landedon
f old U. S. Cavalry, is showing at Iwo Jima to engage in maneu I

the Park Theatre Sunday, Monday -!\"ersith the 3rd Marine Division. C

and Tuesday. The action
ITS HERE! takes place in a pre-Civil War CrI. Carl Royal, son of Mrs. I Pepper 1ozfA 7

army outpost in Navajo Indian Sophia Royal of Starke, is a member -

territory. I of the 30th Infantry Regiment, ;

Audie Murphy stars as a young I Fort Benning, Ga. This unit

cavalry lieutenant, fighting: to demonstrates battle-tested techniques .... >.- .'..,
I to students at the \ '1.: !_taZ.h. .
._ keep peace between the Indian Infantry --" -- ---
tribes and the settling forces of School. I
GENUINE. the new frontier. ( I or
James F. Hardee. teleman seaman CHEER FAR SURF 27'hC
-, Joan Evans plays the head-I'
strong sister of Murphy's com-' USN son of Mr. and Mrs j ,
James E. Hardee of Route 2.
pany commander. Robert Sterling
plays the part of a Missi;sippi- I Brooker, participated in "Opera- :
Table For
I tion Flag Hoist" on the island of
.-= born army captain who is torn I 2 19CS
i Two I Jima, aboard the attack :
.i i.i.i0 between his duty to the army and transport USS Telfair. ADprox-
--. _. his loyalty to the Confederate
% imately 40,000 Naval and Marine i i
1 States in the impending conflict.
Personnel took part in this, the ,

0. FOP 0 l.Ylk I The with story the evolves Indians,around a Southern conflict I largest the end training of World exercise War II.held since' SY S R U P Blackburn V2-gal 49I

mutiny, and the love between I

I Murphy and Miss Evans as they I Michael J. Pickering, hospital)

| face the rigors of frontier second ,,, ,',,, ',
I, early corD man class USN. son -- : : -- -
t R m _s.. ,_1\.. l''L'H_ .- _
r living. of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering

I of 715 Madison St., Starke. took

part in the same operation aboard I II RIPE C

0tt the attack transport USS Menard. I Bananas 9
Sgt. Al K. Carlisle son of Mrs

INDarfS440t Cut Fatter, Cleaner, Easier ,Ruth M. Carlisle, 704 W. Call St j I

Starke, has been named outstand-

You'll save time and effort ;'ne student of the Advanced I ..._, ,.. .. .
when your saws have been Leadership School at Fort Devens, I, .h 4': ""t- --....'iC. .r-M1"" '..:-'. ''' of"f_. :;..;:...-._:.--_ -- M, 4t. !.!... ",'.--. ,;0 '-\110_'liI>{-;_' _.--" __ _-_-_.-._-,-_-_ .-_._"'

finVO.CYCLE sharpened on our precision I I Mass.. in recent graduation cere- I:
WASHER machine. All teeth are made i; monies. Sgt. Carlisle was pre- Lbs
uniform and accurate ''
'sented two plaques for outstand- FRESH PEAS 3 2SC
like .
AUTOMATIC just new.You'll
WASHING be j i ing scholastic and leadership
jfJ '
achievement. A bombadier dur- 1
AUTOMATIC SPIN DRYING f f fi pleased with* ing World War II, the sergeant

a J a atilO our speedy re-entered the Army last July. Each Lb
service and CUKES S LEO 19CHEESE
with your easy Claude B. Thompson, fireman.

INSTALLATION COST cutting saw Us. of Starke, is taking special
I training at the U. S. Naval Am- III"

s G. J. MCGRI'FFCaU I I II ALL ALSO KINDS SHARPEN OF TOOLS,. He phibious Pocono.Amphibious is regularly Base.Force Little stationed flag Creek.ship on USS'Va.the j Lb 49 !".I N!irIERS Lb 29CHAMBURGER

I Knives, Scissors, Etc. ,
& Walnut Sts. Starke. Fla.
Pvt. Martin L. McCauley. son
All New
I Equipment of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McCauley, 39c BOLOGNA Ib<
.. Rt. 1. Box 130. Starke has com-

I 465 N. Water St. pleted eight weeks of basic train .

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I TVTTVTTTTTVTTTTTTTTrTTTT Davis day in month of June 1954, whichis above named Court and cause and complaint on the Plaintiff's that certain Warranty Deed executed the above described land as a fee
Jimmy of Hillsboro,, tey. the 7 day of June 1954. you are required to serve a copy of Attorney J. Donald Gibson 226 by D. L. Thomas and Se simple title; and you are requiredto

Oregon, has been visiting his uncle, Several persons from around Dated this 5 day of May, 19ii4. your answer or pleading to the complaInt East Forsyth Street Jackson- letta Thomas. his wife to L. H. appear and serve a copy of your
SEAL) Charles A. Darby on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. ville, Florida, Outlaw and Alma Outlaw, hiswife answer or pleading on Plaintiff .
j Keystone Heights and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Muse.I here attended the Homecomingat OFFICIAL Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Frank Landrum Starke. Fla.. and file the original In the officeof under date of February %8, attorney, A. J. Thomas, Jr., whose :
He Is stationed at the Naval Station Oak Grove Church last Sunday.Mr. ford County. Florida. and file the original in the officeof the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor I 1953, said Deed being recorded address is Starke, "Florida and to :
5/7 4t a.25 the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court on before the in Deed Book 73. Page 13 et seq.. file the original of your answer or I
by Mrs. Sara McDonald in Jacksonville. He is in the and Mrs. Leonard .Norman. or before the 7 day of June, 1954; 7 day of June, 1954; I' Public Records of Bradford pleading in the office of the undersigned ;

\ marines. and Beedie went to the hospitalin i la Circuit Court Bradford County otherwise the allegations of said otherwise tne auegauvus IT said County. Florida. Clerk of Circuit Court on r
.u. Florida IB Caaaeery.Doris Complaint will be taken as con- Complaint will be taken as con- You and each of you are hereby June 14, 1954; otherwise the allegations -
t Camp Iinmokalee will open for Gainesville Saturday to see I E. Young, Plaintiff vs. FrankL. fessed by you. fessed by you. I'notified that a Bill of Complaint has of said complaint will be takenas i

i Miss Gladys Tfllis and Mrs. the season on June 5th. I Charlie Manning, who is very ill. Young, This notice shall be published once This notice shall be published ,I been filed in the Circuit Court of confessed by you. t
Defendant.Case No. 10-493 each week for four consecutive once each week for lour consecutive Bradford County, Florida in Chan- It is further ordered that this i
S McArthur, of Melrose, spent the Ronald Slye of Jacksonville, T. E. Pease of St. :Marys, Ga., Order Of PabUratioa A ad >otic weeks in the Bradford County Tele- weeks In the Bradford County cery, by D. L. Thomas and Seletta Order of Publication and Notice be i iI

I weekend in Georgia visiting while on a weekend visit to his was in our community last Thurs- To Appear State Of Florida Tot graph. Telegraph. Thomas, his wife, and L. H. Outlaw forthwith published once each week ,
Frank L. Young whose residenceand Dated this 5 day of May, 1954. Dated this 30 day of April, 1954. and Alma Outlaw his wife, as plaintiffs I for four successive weeks in Brad- !
I friends. cottage on Like Geneva caughta day on business.Mr. address is: 8 Plymouth Drive, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and against you and each of ford County Telegraph. a duly qualified i

Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr., entertained 10 1-2 lb. bass last Friday. and Mrs. Raiford Manningand Amityville Long Island, New York. Clerk of the Circuit Court By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deouty Circuit Court Clerk you as defendants; that the natureof newspaper published in aid !
I You are required to appear on Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk said suit is to quiet and confirmthe County. I
t with bridge on Friday, The Keystone Heights Woman's children, of Jacksonville, were June 14. 1954, io the above named ______ 5/7 4t 5/28 i/7 4t 5/28 title of plaintiffs L. H. Outlaw Witness my hand and ofifcia.1 seal [!

' May 14, in the afternoon and with Club will hold the annual Garden t visiting the Leonard Normans Court and cause wherein plaintiff and Alma Outlaw, his wife, to Par- at St rke. LYadford County, Florida ![
\ seeks divorce. la Circuit C.nrt. Bradford CoBBty. Ia The Circuit Court Of The EighthJudicial cel One of the above described landsas this May 7, 1954. !
bridge and canasta in the eve Party on Tuesday, May 25, on the this past week. Bradford County Telegraph shall Florida I. Caaarcrr. Circuit Of Florida, IB I a fee simple title and to qUiet (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby i
I I publish this Order in next four Alice Jackson Redd Plaintiff, vs. %.d For Bradford County and confirm the title of plaintiffs Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- f
lawn of the Happy to Ruth i i
Pangborn birthday Marr .
ning.Mrs. apartments.Tea weekly issues. Patrick Michael Redd. Defendant.Case I. Chancery.D. 'I D. L. Thomas and Selett, Thomas, ford County, Florida.
Doying spent the weekend will be served from 3 to 5p.m. and Pauline Hamilton. Witness my hand and official No. 10-477 L. Thomas and Seletta Thomas I his wife and L. H. Outlaw and Alma By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. 'I
this 10 May. Order of Pnklieatioa and Notice ToAppeart his wife, & L. H. Outlaw and Alma Outlaw, his wife to Parcel Two of''Iz I
) in Keystone visiting Mrs. Margaret .; at 4 o'clock the new officersfor seal at Starke, State .( Florida Tot Outlaw. his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. 5/14 4t '/' i

YOU'LL LOVE the ne, 6ter- 1954. Patrick Michael Redd. whose residence et al F.// '- ..,, ., ,
Packham = I
Tracy. the M. .
coming year will be in- brook (uFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and address is: 2229 Ada : : : : =: :. =.-":'0- -- .:.--- -- '.- -'I- I
fountain U said Court
pone-size Clerk of TITLE
I Mr. and Mrs. "Mike" Funder- stalled. pens As Ramp Drive, Augusta, Georgia.You -
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Order Of Publlcatlou And Notice To !
pastel shades. %.31 at BradFORD to
Only $ are required appear on
berg are the parents of a Tot
son. Building ,
Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch June 7, 1954. in the above named' Appears Tile State of Florida. i
bom May 7. His name is John rYYYYYYYYYYY Yyy1YYyyyyy COUNTY. TELEGRAPH. Jacksonville Florida. Court and cause wherein plaintiff F. M. Packham Joyce B. Pack-|
I Attys. for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4 seeks divorce and restoration of bam Norman Blue, C. L. Richards, j
Paul William Jones also known as Wm. I

, Mrs.. Tibbets of the Park-of-the- HIGHLANDBy NOTICE I NOTICE TO APPEAR I maiden Bradford name.County Telegraph shall I Jones, Gussie Durden, F. I. McCall. I'i DANCES

Palms has to Detroit to visit I will not be responsible for any I IB Circuit Court. Bradford C..atl.Fiends publish this Order in next four. also known as Flank I. McCall '1, ,I'
gone IB Caaaeery. weekly issues. I R. Lane, John C. Edie, also known
her sister. debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. Clarence Westcott, Plaintiff, Witness my hand and official as J. C. Edie. Chas. Roberts, John
Mrs. Lacy Norman A. W. Masters (or Julia MastersA. ). Edna Westcott Defendant. vs'1 seal at Starke. Florida, this May 4, Earle, Jr., also known as J, R.I .1
W. J. Whitesides is in St. Luke'sHospital 1 Case No. -' 1954. I. Earle. Jr., J. D. Lemore, Thos..

in Jacksonville. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlllAltlSunday W. Masters. ltpd \otlce T* Appear I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Pitts, also known as T. W. FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS
----- I Edna Westcott, whose:! residenceand Clerk of said Court. Samuel C. Lane also known as
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Smith and school KOTICE TO APPEAR address is: Marmora, New Jer- I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk I Sam'l. C. Lane, John Alexander Gra-
son of Hasbrouck, N. J.. are visiting : a.m.; wor- Km Circuit Ceprt. Bradford Couaty ny. Zach II. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building i ham, James L. Gates and A. Dyal, if ,
ship service, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., Florida I. Thaaeery.Dolores rou are hereby notified that a Jacksonville Florida. II alive, and the unknown spouse of
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay.Mr. Williams. Plaintiff, vs. suit for Attys. for Plf. 5/7 4t 5/28 each of them if alive, and if any of
Smith is Mrs. McKay's each Sunday; prayer meeting Robert Williams. Defendant. Divorcehas them be dead to the unknown FRIDAY NITE

brother. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Choir prac- Case No. 10-504 been filed against you In ;he IB Circuit Court, Bradford Co..t,.. i I spouse heirs, devisees, grantees TOMMY TANTEAnd
tice, Friday 7:30 teachers Xetlce To Appear.To above named Court and cause and Florida IB Ckaacery. [legatees, assignees, creditors and } His
Also visiting the McKays are p.m.; ; Robert Williams, whore resi you are required to serve a cor/ of Anne Craen Plaintiff vs. Herman other claimants by through. underor 9:00 to 1:00
Mr. and Mrs. Gene of meeting Sunday 7 p.m.A dence and address is: c/o S. W. Far- your answer or pleading to the Graen. Defendant. against each and every of the Gents Of Swing"
Reynolds ,ber. 415 Bruckner Boulevard Bronx, complaint on the Plaintiffs Case No. 10-478 above named persons who are deceased .
wclair. HI. group from here with their New York. Attorney Gerald R. Hart. 202 Order Oi rnbllefctloa ABd Notice ; to the Florida Land &: Immigration .
I Smith Building, Jacksonville. To Appears State of Florida Tot Company of Florida. and
Mrs. T. J. Southerland has teachers went to visit Dinsmore'sDairy You are hereby notified that a
pone suit for Florida. Herman Graen, whose residenceand I its unknown successors, trustees,
to Virginia for a two or three Friday morning. Dlyoree.-custody and control of and fil -the rlTinl in the office 01 address is: Unknown.You stockholders and other claimants by Nite 1 J. JACKSON
minor children the Clerk of the Circuit Court on are required to appear on : through or under it;.and to all other }
weeks visit with relatives in Those from here who went to or before the June 7, 1954, in the above named persons claiming any right, title, j"

Amelia Court House and Ashland, Marineland last Thursday were above has been named filed Court against and you cause in and the 7 day of June 1954; ; Court and cause. wherein plaintiff lien or interest in or to the follow- I 8:00 to 12:00 J And HISATURDAY Band
laid seeks divorce described situate in
Va. and Baltimore Md. Ellen and Larry Norman Mrs. are required to serve otherwise the allegations of I ing property >
you a copy o Complaint will be taken as confessed Bradford County Telegraph shall Bradford County, Florida to-wit: I
Mrs. L. T. Brown will go to Maudle Smith and Shirley. your answer on the or pleading Plaintiffs to AttorneyT. the complaint by 1'0. I publish this Order in next four PARCEL ONE: Commence at the I

Miami next weekend to her Several from this section wentto Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. This notice shall be publishedonce weekly issues. Northwest Corner of the Northeast i
each week for four consecutive Witness my hand and official Quarter of Section 24,
husband who will come over from Kingsley Lake last Friday and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on of weeks in the Bradford County Tele seal at Starke Florida, this May 4, Bradford Township 7 South,,Florida Range 21 East SPECIAL FRIDAY MAY 28th
1954. County thencerun
the Bahama Islands, where he has morning with their teachers from or before the 14 day of June graph. North 88 38 ; ,
Dated this 5 day of May 1954. 1954 otherwise the of
been since Feb. 25. Lawtey Junior High Scl 61. ; allegations (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby As Clerk of said Court East 2640 feet; thence run South
The those church said Complaint will be taken aa confessed I Clerk of the Circuit Court By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. 7 degrees 03 minutes West 411.5 TACKY PARTY
Keystone Heights Contract Among attending by you.
shall By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch BuildIng feet; thence run South 57 degrees
Bridge conducted its weekly duplicate here last Sunday morning were once This each notice week for four consecutive published 8/7 4t 5NO'fICE /%& Jacksonville, Florida. 20 minutes West 771.6 feet to

bridge play at the Keystone Amanda Barbara Gene Wilkinson weeks In the Bradford County Tele-. Attys. for Plf. 5/7 4t 5/28 58 Point of Beginning; thence North
TO APPEAR degrees 30 minutes West 444 1st Prize
Inn on Tuesday night. First of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Dated graph.this 12 day of May, 1954. I. Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty NOTICE TO APPEAlS feet to East Right of Way of

place went to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dick Starling and son, Joseph, of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby.' Florida IB Caaaeery. IB Circuit Coart. Bradford CoBBty.Florida State Highway No. 200; thence TackiestCouple
Jaime A. Sifre Plaintiff, vs. Clara i IB Chaacerr.Aubrey Southwesterly along said Rightof 3 '
Weichel with Ray Starnes and Heilbronn, and Mr. and Mrs. Commodore -I Ey Marian Clerk L. Croeby.of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk Carbia Sifre, Defendant. Manning, Plaintiff. vs. Way 341 feet; thence South 82 t'k.

Paul Klaustermeyer taking second. Crews and family of Law- 5/14 4t 6/4 Case No. 10-182 Eleanor H. Manning Defendant. degrees 18 minutes East 243.5 e
I :Notice To Appear.To Case No. 10-466 feet: thence North 55 degrees 30
IB Circuit Coart.-Bradford Cooaty. : Clara Carbia Sifre, whose V...lc. To Appear.To minutes East 241.4 feet to Pointof 2nd Prize
Florida IB Ckaarery.Ob residence and address is: Unknown. : Eleanor H. Manning. whose Beginning All being and lying _
la Ellen Beard. PlaIntiff.. Jos- Your are hereby notified that a residence and address is: 189 Beres- in the Northeast Quarter -, Best Waltz
That's Our Business suit for divorce ford Avenue, Highland Park 3. Detroit Section :24! Township 7 South
A. Beard, Defendant.
L S eph Case No. 10-498 has been filed against you in the Michigan.You Range 21 East, Bradford County, Grand Couple

0 11S If It's Glass We Have It! Order Of Publication And .Notice 'lo above named Court and cause and are hereby notified that a Florida. .
State Of Florida Tot you are required to serve a copy of suit for PARCEL TWO: Commence at the
0 CALL WRITE or VISIT Joseph Appears A. Beard whose residenceand your answer or pleading ti the complaInt Divorcehas Northwest Corner of the Northeast 3rd Prize
/ address Unknown. on the Plaintiff AttorneyT. been filed against you In tbeabo..e Quarter of Section 24, Township 4 is:
Frank Landrum. Starke Fla.. named Court and cause and 7 South, Range 21 East, I pnz' Best Jitterbug
You required to appear on
/ Joe Peters Glass Co. June 14, 1954: in the above named and file the original In the office of you are required to serve a copy vf Bradford County, Florida; Thencerun Couple
Court and cause wherein plaintiff the Clerk of the Circuit Court on your answer or pleading to the North 88 degrees 38 minutes '
or before the 7 day of June, East 709 feet to the Point of Beginning
seeks divorce.Bradford .
FOR ANY GLASS NEED County Telegraph shall 1954; otherwise the allegations Itf ; Thence North '88 degrees Fun For All
said will be taken 38 minutes East .
Complaint as con- 1931 feet; *
publish this Order in next four
I W. Design Modem Store Fronts weekly issues. fessed by you. Thence :South 7 degrees 03 mm- ,i
This notice shall be published FILL DIRTGOOD I utes West 411.5 feet Thence !
IA Just Mail Us A Pattern for Witness my hand and official seal i
once each week for fOUl consecutive South 55 degrees 05 minutes'II
at Starke, Florida. this May 12, 1954.1
Table Tops (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. I weeks in the Bradford County Tele I West 1192.7 feet; Thence North i
As Clerk of said Court graph. I RICH i 89 degrees 57 minutes West 513 ,II ROUND AND DANCESThe
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy clerk Dated this 5 day of May, 1954. I feet; Thence North 0 degrees 02. SQUARE
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby minutes West 105 feet; Thence
Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life Clerk of the Circuit Court I TOP SOILSee North 89 degrees 57 minutes
Fla.Attys. .
Bldg.,. for Jacksonville Plf. 5/14 4t 64Ia By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy S/7 4t Clerk.5/28 I, degrees West 390 02 feet minutes; Thence West North 928 0 I

I. --- I I feet to the Point of Beginning
The Court Of The County Judge, XOTICE TO APPEARla all lying and being in the North

Bradford Couty, Florida. Circuit Court. Bradford County. east Quarter of Section 24, Town- PELICAN
IB Probate.In Florida la Ckaacery. ship 7 South
ReEstate of Edward Seabright.deceased. BILL JACKSONJackson I Range 21 East,
Margaret J. Curry Plaintiff. vs. County Florida. SAVE
Robert I. Curry, Defendant.Case AND EXCEPTING THEREFROM
HUNDREDS .Notice Of Filing Petition For Final No. 10-522 Transfer Compan; that portion thereof now owned

I)lw ha rice of Administratrix: Notice T. Appears by L. H. Outlaw and Alma Out 3 Miles East of Starke
I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Phone 165 on Blanding Road
To: Robert L Curry whose residence law his wife as more particular
I I Notice is given that I have
!'filed final returns as Admini and address is: M/Sgt. USA I ly described in Parcel One here- .___ _
of details are managed and economically stratrix my of the estate of Edward ,Serial Number Co.RA, Post 6970624.of Corozal 531stQuartermaster I inabove and also described in !.: :-:w : :'_ ='-=: : === ':,_' = :::: :_' '6:',_ ::' ,<'

attended that only a trained and j Seabright. deceased; that I have filed I Panama Canal Zone, Republic of -
my petition for fina) discharge, '
t careful organization can attend when and that I will apply to the Honor- Panama.
You hereby notified that a
the urgent need for serving is at able Theron A. Yawn County Judgeof suit for
Bradford County Florida, on
Divorce custody and control of
hand. June 8. 1954 for approval of the minor childrenhas
same and for final discharge as Ad-
been tiled against In the
minifitratrix of the estate of Ed-
above named Court and cause and:
DeWITT C. JONESPhone ward Seabright. deceased. you are required to serve a copy of
May H, 1954.
pleading to the
your answer or complaint -
(Signed) Cassie Seabright, the Plaintiff's
7 Starke, Fla. Administratrix of the Estate of on Attorney j

r-pp__ 'I ,. Edward Seabright, deceased. I Wm.ing, Jacksonville D. Morgan, 507 Floridaand Clark PAiiId-

S/14 U 6/4
file the original in the offioe of
Funeral Director
Ambulance Service the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 21 day of June, 1954;
OUr local funeral home enable. u to offer convenience to* Circuit IB Coart.Cbacerj.Olive Bradford. C.gatyFIoddas otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken as confessed -
services not otherwise available. M. Fits ugh. also known aa
Olive M. Plaintiff, JohnT. you
Fisher vs. I
This notice shall be publishedonce
,. Fitzhugh? also known as JohnT.
starts SSSSJSSstr.tJsnrsrrr.rrr srr rrtrr each week for four consecutive
Fisher, .Defendant. weeks in the Bradford County Tete.I .II
We furnish the highest type cervlce at lowest prices, and Case No. 10.495 graph. I
!\otlce: To .
&cc.-pt ANT life Insurance policy In force, lined by ANTcompany : John Appear.To T. Fitzhugh, also knownas I I (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 19 day) Charles of May A., 1954.Darby: Ii T

u payment in part or la full on a funeral John address T. Fisher is: 1229 whose Stonewall residenceand Clerk of the Circuit Court i
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
CoaJulUtloa carries no obUpt1 street. Brunswick. Georgia. 5/21 4t 6li
You are hereby notified that a
I I I I I -r.rr j i

Divorcehas IB Circuit Court. Bradford CODat,.

ELECT I you are been named required filed Court against to serve and you cause a copy In ana lbsabove of Grace Florida Landis la Cfcaaecry.Plaintiff vs. Walter BEST SEL ER!

ETHAN A. SAPP your answer en the or pleading Plaintiffs to the Attorney complaint James Notice To Landis Appear, II Defendant.Case No. 10-481 I

Evan T. Evans 103 Law Exchange -
1 TO THESCHOOL Building Jacksonville Walter James Landis. II, whose
residence and address is: 101 State
Street, La Porte, Indiana.
and tIle the original In the office of
BOARD the Clerk of the Circuit Court on You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce, custody and
or before the 14th day of June
control of minor child
1954; otherwise the allegations of
District Three Brooker. New River has been filed against you In the
.4 ( ) said Complaint will be taken as :
confessed by you. I .
COUNTYWIDE VOTE This notice shall be published. -- ill /1! .

week for
i once each four consecutlvt
!'L 1. Lifelong Citizen and Farmer Bradford weeks In the Bradford County Tele.
a graph. Wash Your Clothes

-. County Dated this 10 day of May, 1954.
.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Drby
2. World War I Veteran
9 Pounds
Clerk of the Circuit Court. .. ... .
_,__.______I 3. Former Trustee New River School By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk, I --- .i '-' .
5/14 4t 6/4' 4
... Member Christian For 40c!
Thanks Church and GIde.nsFor _": ----.-- ._

Your :5. Business Experience in Auto Field since AOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR I
TAX DEED FREE Bleach If Desired!
Support In 1937. Ilotux BUI So. 1S02
Notice is hereby given that P. Y. _
First Primary 6. School Bus Driver since 1927 Saxon the holder of the following O

certificates has filed said certifi-
Your Continued Vote & Support Will Be AppreciatedOn cates for a tax deed to be Issued We Will ir-
thereon. The certificate numbers
May 25 (Pd. PoL Adv.) and years of issuance, the description -' : -- .

of the and the _
property namesin Dry Your Clothes ,

which it was assessed are as follows -I ..., .. ., :,,.. .

: : I
u _. Certificate No. 73. Year of Issuance For 20cIn .. ( .
1952. i- .

N !:.D yrjNA.( : E./i/ ,15 u IEL' Description Section Hampton 31.Park of SW> Property in of NE r.o'WI,4>4: of&Blk.: SEH W4 6 New Automatic Driers!

.. .- -.- of NWVi of SWU Section 32, T. 7
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Name In which assessed! : Mrs.! Sarah The American people know automobile value better than any-

Brugger.All of said. property being In the. other people on earth. So, to gain widespread public favor a

-t\ J : $'j50QL1 ::=: County da.Unless of such Bradford certificate State or of Florl-certificates !!i TheVasheleria\ I National new car be car better must be than good.all others But to, on be a first dollar-for-dollar in public favor basis, a! And car must it is

I ASINCLUOINC2 shall be redeemed according Temple Ave. Starke i on this basis that Ford has earned sales leadership over all
to law the property described In
such certificate or certificates will 'I registration figures* other cars in the nation! Check Forts features and you'll find

be sold to the highest bidder at the --- '- I. for
DELICIOUS MEALS court house door on the first Mon : '- ___ ._ J/ that only Ford in its field offers Ball-Joint Front Suspension,

4P' 1 \ easier riding and handling only Ford offers your choice of
'I- .s .
( for seven-month periodshow the Y-block V-8
a the industry's most modem engines; 130-h.p.

'j/j.y / and I-block Six. Test Drite Ford and feel the wonder-
I Spociovs Rooms Exctta Cubine Goff Cciws2P.Pook.Caboos.MvaIe1.Ocb i KNOW YOUR CANDIDATE llSkp.
Ford out' front .fill performance, driving ease, and relaxing ride it gives you .

f > \ I and you'll want to end your Test Drive right ia your own

4 ei''cr11 .. I home ..
Putting GfWfl IntmoU Codrol lovncj Doncirg9t garage
I Born and reared In Bradford County. Experienced :
." '<../ P1omd EnlertoineMnt f hermon' PorodH. : ; -. in School matters Has served by -tho&
'. People! buy -for VALUE. ; why
as School Trustee. Presently serving as
vic-Ti1 I.M &
1 : ; =-a.. I *. City Councilman at Lawtey here he has .
& ; ; for ihebech
Polk leglitraflonj
SOURCfc 1. t Coiposy.
I owned and operated his grocery store for _ _
I period ptnbcr through March tht \Iciest .

Z% .,.- -' I t IS yean. Believes in honesty and fair play onth for which figures art ovoilable.lD.A.r. .

in public office. .eIEe
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THI /n'U i/idna n.z'- -- A CWG ttOti :;\ III C i KELLY I SCHOOL For Member BOARD Andrews Motor Co0

j torxHyax Skw ctaa iMdt Motel FROM DISTRICT ONE (Lawtey) COUNTY WIDE


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rrsssrrSSSSSStSSfl Sr ssflflSr Annual May Breakfast, \ May Breakfast Head Table Several Parties I jj J[rune Patel1\1arries! IB The Circuit Circuit Of Court.Florida Eighth U .tad JadiolI For-

I Closes Out Season Honor Joan Tenly lAnd -ovala Eugene Frogge Bradford IX('CHANCERY 0..''. No. 10-520:

Grazia D'Aghano Plaintiff, vs. Al-
ForVoman's ClubThe Randal Chitty btrtu D'AgIano, Defendant
The :\aDle..f the Mate of Florida
May Breakfast, highlightof Miss, Joan Tenly and fiance ?jj jjFUniu 1'" Alberto D'Aglia.no. whose re-:
: < Chitty, whose marriage di'ii e and address is unknown
the Starke Woman's Club'ssocial .
w u be an event of Tuesday e\ j are hereby summoned and
season, held Wednesdaynoon 1 .il to Answer the Bill of rt'i.i.i.I
I tlln Have been the inspiration for i i nt filed herein against you
of last week, brought to a 'i< hove entitled cause and sere I
Gladys Mooty 1 --eues of parties in the pasi .. .
j i py of your Answer or other d'e .'-
Phone 35 I II!I close the regular meetings unnJ upon Samuel V. Holch. Atu>rlor -

"_ ______ --- -----.-,- i- I I Insflr 1 September 8. wet'Last Friday evening Mr. Chittv ,,'.>., na Plaintiff.Eraih.: Florida 409-A Main on or Street!he-, 3
fl I was nonored at a Bachelor dinner I the IMrd day of June 1 64.H '

Miss Joan Tenly, Barbara MuleaVeds I was The carried Hansel out and in the Gretel elaborate theme [ a) Newton's of Camp.15 friends.in liddlebUi g '., > n will fail not be entered or a Decree against Pro Con you "
0gl'Oup J "
I I [ he relief demanded in the Bill
Charles Hutcheson JL J/ >' > mplaint. The t
Randal ChittyToWedOnMay25 I decorations and costumes for the / nature of this
Mi L. D. Haines and daughter j ,II': j iv a Bill for Annulment and <>r
i affair. The U-shaped table where Helen were hostesses at a buffet 1 da\Witness>r,.e.
my hand and seal of of-
I :a delicious luncheon was served suppei honoring Miss Tenly and :\ f" t at Starke Bradford County

Miss Joan Tenly. daughter of. : by Mrs. Hogan Smith and her iTht M> Chitty at the Haines home ->n j Florida this 19 day of May, 1954
Ac ) A. Darby
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly will committee of mothers of the N Walnu-t street. The home was : Clerk of Circuit Court

become the bride of Randal Gut : Methodist Junior and Cherub aei""rated for the occasion with i j Bradford County Florida.
BMarian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ty, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F ..rk choirs was overlaid with linen pastel arrangements of spring 51%! 4t 611SOTICki

Chitty of Lakeland, Ga., on Tues cloths in pastel shades. Down the i lowers with pink and blue pre- ''

day evening, May 25 at 7:30 center of the long tables were. dominating. The lace-covered I, '. ::" la Clrr.lt C..rt."Bradford APPEAR Coaatr

o'clock in the First Baptist Church, I placed elongated arrangements of buffet table was graced with an Florida IB ChaBeery. .
A. Carpenter
Starke.A mixed spring flowers at intervals i iI Pictured at speaker's table at the annual May Breakfast of the arrangement of pink and blue I L_ lorence K. Carpenter,Plaintiff.Defendant. .
garden flowers flanked by crystal I 's.tirr 'I'D Cbup._
reception in the church recreation (With two canes representing pep- Starke Woman's Club are (I to r): Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president, candle holders holding burning iI j To: Florence; -'K.: Carpenter whose
Van Patel announces the marriage -
hall will be held immediately I I permint candy sticks centering j Starke Woman's Club; Mrs. Charley E. Johns, wife of the Acting I'pink tapers. Individual tables were ': I Carolina residence and address Is: North
of his June Vason- State Hospital. Morganton.
each the ] daughter,
arrangement centering
following the ceremony.No Governor; Mrs. W. L. Maxwell of Lake City. District Four Director; ,;placed on the porch and dining i, N. C.

invitations are being sent speakers table was a miniature j and Mrs. Maude Gray, Lake City a past president of the Florida room and were centered with bud)'II. jai Patel, to Lovala Eugene toO suit are for hereby divorce notified that a,
cookie house frosted with chocolate 'I.
locally but all friends of the ; Federation. vases holding the same flower ar- i :Frogge son of Mr. and Mrs. Has been riled kg.inst you In the
around which was planted above named Court and
cause and
invited to attend. rangements. : Studer Sat-
families are Phillip of Hampton on
I you are-required to
small varicolored lollipops in bedsof serve a copy of
WAITRESSES FOR BREAKFAST During the evening the honored your answer or pleading to thi
MAY : 8 in Ga.
greenery. On either side of the couple was presented with a chafing -1 urday, May Kingsland, complaint on the Plaintiffs

Mrs. E. K. Perryman cookie house stood dolls representing ': dish from their hostesses. ': 'Ceremony was performed by Rev. Clark Attorney Building Wm. Jacksonville D Morgan, KU 50;

Presides AtVSCS II I Hansel and Gretel. Enjoying this affair were Mr. 'J. M. Davis of the Baptist church. ana file the rigii.al ID the office
Oranges filled with marmalade and Mrs. Edmond I or the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Tenly, andMrs Mr. and Mrs. Frogge had as or before the
presidentof resting on beds of parsley added) Joe Jordan John Killebrew, 21 day of June 1954
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman their attendants, ,Miss Frances
much color to the festive decora- > ,ot Ooala. Miss Patsy Benton. Miss otherwise the allegations of said
W.S.C.S. presidedat .
the Methodist I Complaint wU be taken u confessed
Taylor and Don Clark of Jackson-
the organization's annual business i tions of the table. At each place I Aliese Lawson, Mrs. Millie Lane, I by you
Miss Joan Silcox, Dr. and Mrs. This notice shall be published
Mon setting stood a gingerbread boy I'
and program meeting .>, ville.The once each week for four consecutive
day at the church sanctuary. Dur- I '" favor. CalVIn Houpt Mrs. Leola Roberts, J bride chose as her wedding seeks in the Bradford County TeU-
and MIss Sylvia Alvarez. graph
ln-a r the_n business meeting- -yearly I Seated at the head of the table I'I'On 'ensemble, a two-piece biege faille Dated this IS day of May 1954
;reports ot all the officers were Mrs. Mary Mulea. of Gainesville was Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, president.Mrs. suit complimented with pink and I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
: L
Tuesday the J. W.
i announce the marriage of Charley E. Johns wife of the I evening white accessories and a pink rose By Marian, U Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
read.A special feature of the after- I her daughter, Barbara to Charles j Acting Governor, Mrs. W. L Maxwell Furlong home on N. Walnut street :bud corsage. I 5 21 4t 6/11
was the scene of a kitchen shower 'I
noon was the presentation of two rlutcheson, son of Mr. and Mrs. district director, Mrs. Maude i honoring Miss Tenly given by the After the wedding the two

baby membership Jins to Thomas C. C. Hutcheson of Starke, Aug- Gray a past state president. Mrs King's Daughters Sunday school 'couples returned to Jacksonvilleand

Glen Mitchell II, and Carlton Scott ust 30, 1953 at Folkston, Ga. R. A. Green parlimentarian and I lass of the First Baptist Church.A enjoyed dinner at the Steer

Whitehead. Mrs. Hutcheson will graduatefrom all past presidents. Their places L- lovely arrangement of shasta Room after which the newlywedsleft GRADUATION

Mrs. Titus Olson conducted the ,the Alachua General Schoolof were marked with appropriate I II -4k : daisies and white roses were placedon for a short wedding trip in
assistedby Nursing September 1954. Mr. place cards. South Florida.
pledge service and was the piano for the occasion. GIFTS
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs.L. Hutcheson is an accouting majorat I The stage was transformed into During the evening, bridal games I Mrs. Frogge. a graduate of

A. Davis Mrs. T. H. Slade and the U of F. I a forest scene with trees sprayed were played and prizes were Bradford High School, class of We have a wide selectionof

Mrs. R. D. Sommer. Pledges for I in pink with blooming flowers in awarded to Misses Agnes Lawson, '46, attended Steinway School of

the ensuing year were made at St. Edward's SupperSt. I pastel shades. From the branchesof and Marcia Kay Hazen. Music in New York. She was em- I < Gifts for both

this time. the trees hung native purplemoss. Misses Aliese Lawson, Joan Furlong I ployed with Humphreys Gold I Boys and Girls

Mrs. M. R. Judd and Mrs. I. P. Edward's Altar Society are Nestling in the clump of and Sylvia Alvarez greetedthe i Corp., near Starke, as a steno-

Shepherd had charge of the devotional giving a covered-dish supper Sat- trees was the famous cookie house guests at the door. grapher for the past four and a I

using as their subject urday evening at 7 o'clock in the with the roof covered with large Many lovely and useful gifts I half years. She is also corre-

"Not Above His Master". recreation hall to which the publicis red strawberries.Mrs. were presented to the honoredguest sponding secretary of the Beta i:
ATTRACTIVE WAITRESSES at tie: May Breakfast were (standing -
m a decorated kitchen
Installation of officers for the invited. L. H. Jennings social garbage Sigma Phi sorority.Mr. .
I to ri) Mary Agnes Matthews, Jackie Parker. Patricia Pellum, can and dish II
society will be conducted Sunday Admission will be a covered dish chairman and Mrs. R. A. Green i pan. Frogge attended school in

morning at the regular church and 75c for adults and 50c for co-chairman greeted the guestsat i I Carol Jennings, Lu Green Kneeling: Margaret Rose Duncan and I At the conclusion of the evening I Chattanooga, Tenn., and gradu-

service by the pastor Rev. R. D. children. the door. The receiving line I Jojce Scholl. refreshments were served. ated in Miami, class'of 44. He

Sommer. I composed of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. I -Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph- attended the University of Florida.
Tenly Open HouseMr. -Mrs.--__. Charlpv_:____no> _.Totins_nn_',. -Mrs.--__. W_. _. -TJ.- Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKnight I He served with the Navy during
Maxwell and Mrs. Maude Gray. Those taking part in the fasci- Icorr. secy., Mrs. Cesar Rivera I and daughter, Delores will entertain WW II. At present he is em-

and Mrs. E. D. Tenly are stood in the lounge before the nating operetta were: Hansel. 'I and parlimentarian, Mrs. R. A. at a luncheon Sunday at their,ployed with Wilson and Co.. in

I entertaining at Open House Sun- fireplace. The mantel held an David Haines; Gretel, Sally Ann Green. home on W. Madison street honor- Jacksonville.The / ,

!! Ie day afternoon from four to six artistic fan-shaped arrangement of Epperson; father, Wayne Kinney; i!I During a short business meeting ing Miss Tenly and Mr. Chitty. couple will reside with Mrs. Pay tribute to your favorite

FL-: o'clock and all friends are invitedto red and white gladioli. mother Carolyn Pellum; witch. I the following new members Among the guests will be Mr. Frogge's family temporarily. but I graduates with our

STARK attend. During the luncheon Mrs. Kin- Hope Holliday; sandman, David'i were voted into the club: Mrs and Mrs. Edmond Tenly and house plan to move to Jacksonville in
Schaefer angel. Harriett Good- R. F. Demorest. Mrs. J. W. Andrews -
caid introduced Mrs. ; i guests.
I the near future.
Fri. Sat. May 21 22 .__ I 1I. I Johns. Mrs. W. L. Maxwell and man; and cookie children: Barbara Mrs. Pauline Torode and HALLMARKGRADUATION
Mrs. Maude Gray who gave short Sue Edwards, Mary Louise Haines,:I Mrs. Herbert Thomas. ;:Legion Auxiliary

DOUBLE FEATURE II talks. Mrs. R., A. Green intro- Gene King Bobby Moody, Celeste Misses Jean Mundy, Mary Agnes : !IA The Cirruif Court, Eighth Ju k4-

Prairie Badmen duced all of the past presidents DeVoe, Marcia Haynes, Gary Cole, Matthews, Lu Green Margaret,!'I Met Tuesday Evening I al Bradford Clri-ult(-o.a.Of Florida,. IB .tad For

With Buster Crabbe who, with members of the Junior I and David Schaefer. Rose Duncan, Patrici Pellum IN CHANCERY. No. 10-509
Woman's Club were honored Following the luncheon and pro- Jpyce Scholl Carol Jennings and |I The Jones Langford White I Harriet Kdwards.Edwards Defendant.Plaintiff. vs Sydney CARDS
AndFancy C.
Auxiliary meeting was held Tuesday
: guests. Mrs. Kincaid thanked all gram, Mrs. Maxwell installed the Jacqueline Parker in appropristo |I ORDER AND .NOTICE ,
PantsWith I evening in the Legion Hall ,In The Name of the State of Florida: Smart
4b.1 1.'t.' the members and committees who new officers for the 54-455 season Gretel costumes waited on the! whose designs
with Mrs. To: Sydney C. Edwards
Bob Hope and Lucille Ball S 'helped in making the Breakfasta I in an impressive ceremony. tables during the luncheon. Crowson, president residence and address is unknown. with warm messagesto

MIlS Serial "Jungle Raiders" Chap. So You're in I' huge success. The meeting was Those installed were: president, Enjoying this delightful affair: presiding. | You are to Answer hereby summoned the Bill of and Complaint required -- express your good

9 and Cartoon For Kids then turned over to Mrs. L. H. I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid; 1st v.p., Mrs.H. were approximately 90 guests including During the business meeting I filed herein against you in wishes for future

CloverMAKE Jennings. social chairman, who in- B. Peyton; 2nd v.p., :Mrs. C. L. members of the club, their, Girl's State was discussed and a1;a the copy above of your entitled Answer cause or and other serve defense success

Sun.. Mon.. Tues. troduced Mrs. Vivienne Knight. Scholl; 3rd v.p., Mrs. T. Frank I house jrvests prospective members -I girl will be selected as soon asi I upon Samuel V. Ho'.ch, Attorney '

May 23. 34 25 BHS Music Teacher who presented Landrum; 4th v.p.. Mrs. M. W. of the Junior Woman's Club Bradford High School names two i,''I Daytona for Plaintiff.FVat-h. Florida.409-A Main on or Street before -, Select your now at

DOUBLE FEATURE sure you stay there! her students in the operetta Cressler; secy., Mrs. W. B. Sewell; I and members of the State Farm candidates. The Poppy Day report the 19th day of June, 1954. I
was given by Mrs. Walter Herein fail not or a Decree Pro ('''n- *
"Hansel and Gretel". treas., Mrs. P. J. Quattlebanm; Community Club. I !
fesso will be entered
Column SouthWith you
Home, furnishings and ;I t Muhlhofer. The 4-H girls will be for the relief demanded in the Bill
Audio asked to sell Poppys May 29. The of Complaint. The nature of this
Murphy are nice to Spring Piano Recital
other possessions I I I suit is a Bill of Divorce.
AndNight Auxiliary will furnish lunch for Witness my hand and seal of office -
but to lose to Presented Next Week I
own easy : Crippled Childrens Clinic on May at Starke, Bradford County,
Train I Florida this 14 day of May, 1954
fire, theft or other peril. I I Piano 21. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby
students of Miss Louise
To Memphis Guard against these expensive I A short social hour was en-, Clerk of Circuit Court Phone 265 Starke, Fla.
j Stern will be presented in their, Bradford (County Florida I
'joyed following the business meet By Marian L. ri'osby. Deputy Clerk
With Roy Acuff i annual spring recital next Friday. I
hazards now. Call on i ing. 5/21 il 6/11
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids 1 evening May 28 at 8:00 p. m. at
insurance. I The old saying goes. "no news I Badge in scouting, which is nextto
for adequate the I
this agency Starke Woman's Club build-
is good news", but when I can't the Eagle Badge, and receivedan I Starke Garden Club
Wed. Thur.
May 26, 27 ing. The public is cordially in-
DOUBLE FEATURE ,.,. ..1 dig up any juicy items for this award at the Gainesville Courtof Tited. The following students will J Installs OfficersThe GF2AL1JAIICi )
column, as was the case last Honor recently Cpl. Vernon l take part: I
Rachel and the week, then it's bad news but Reddish left Monday for Fort
installation of officers will
Stranger will try and do better from now Riley, Kas., for further duty aftera Nancy Bates. Barbara Bates.1
take place at the covered-dish
on, even if I have to make it up week's vacation with his par Barbara Ann Blakenship. Sandra
Loretta Young, Robert Mitchura H. C. WALL I supper meeting of the Starke : SPECIALS
Ed Dahmer tells me that he ents, Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Carmichael, Sue Chastain Gail ,
and William Holden Garden Club Monday evening,
recently purchased Van's Cafe I spotted Jeanette Kincaid Duke, Gayle Edwards AngelaElder !

-And"FORT AGENCY (next to the bus station) and is and Cora Quattlebaum holding Vida Jean Gentry. Bill I' %May 24 at 6:3,0 o'ciock'at, theVornari's Ii i I

Tin Phont 146 opening the restaurant and soda down the C. of C. office last Fri- I Green Kay Hart. Virginia Hat- Club. ,

fountain there the Ernie day and Saturday while Marian I her, Marilyn Hernwall, Penny Mrs. J. L. Price, Director of I Ii
George Montgomery, Joan0h8 200 E. Call Street I District 3, will be the honored
Hollingsworth Sue Jonnson SuZanne i
Plus Color Cartoon Fur Kids Testons and O. V. Knights of Fort I Howe secy., was campaigning I
StarkeMOVING Judd, Barbara Lance. Fran- guest and will install the new
Myers are renting apartments I for Charley Johns in the Lake ; _

in the Blankenship house on I Wales and Fort Myers area c.es Landrum, Brenda Lewis. Mary ;, officers following the supper. An- i iI
.. II I I' Church street the M. H. Surely did enjoy the Talent Ann Long Barbara Matchett. j nual reports of all chairmen of I,

Johnsons have started on their Show sponsored by the Lions Club Clair Jean Mundy, Buster Partin. ; committees will be given duringthe '

new residence on the Alton Road last Friday evening at the BHS Carol Ann Pickett Harriet Powell. | business meeting.

the Harold Crews hJ1ve pur- stadium glad I wasn't a Freeman Register, Franklin Ritch. j Hostesses for the evening will
chased the James W. Thomas judge to have to pick the winnerswas Perman Roberts. Linda Kay Sale be: Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs I II

house on Lafayette street and quite a job. at last year'sTalent J Stevie Simmons. Bobby Simmons. i Garl Mathews, Miss Della Rosen-

LOCAL S Safe PHONEOR moved in last week' see that Show they had the profes- I Betty Ann Simmons Bob Smith j berg. Mrs. Russell Norman and -

S Dependable Hazel and Jim Ritch have a good sional Cisco Kid for M. C.. and Shi Anne Smith, Jo Smith. Kathy I Mrs. J. D. Seymour. I I ----- :-- .- --- :

LONG 311 ;, start on their new home on the 'i this year they did 2nd best by 'Struth, Carolyn Vickers and Mary;
S Economical ,
DISTANCE I new Blanding highway near the,I having Bill Graham doing the Katherine Wainwright.'BrownHughes. Recent Birth: I

R. B. Alvarez OR ( Drive-In Theatre The Henry ,honors of M. C. as the "Cisco I
'Cones have moved from the Hem- 'Kid" (as he introduced himself) Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sturdi- II
Dtlcher Bros. 250-J t mgway apartments to the J. W. .j.: Winners for each group were vant of Tuscon Ariz announce I
_ Prevatt house on Christian street j picked and 1st honors were presented Mrs. Ida Lee Hughes daughterof the birth of a son. Gary Edward I

and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Haigh to Sylvia Paulk Gene Norman Mrs. Emily Silcox of Starke, born May 18. Mrs. Sturdivant is

have moved to Gainesville whereI I and Susie Broadway and Loran C. Brown, son of Mrs. 'II the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E
STORAGEPerryman I I I A. Hall of Starke.
\( Haigh is now employed at ;one of the highlights on the show I O. L. Brown of Starke. were mar- :

the Farm Colony. i was the square dance. presentedby I riel in Kingsland, Ga. on May 1. '.

Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, FloriitaNOTICE Was happy to hear that Charles ;, eight colored young folks. ..,- ; Strikia1 anode,, Ia Blood S 095

4 ..-- Fields was able to be moved from\where the audience got into the Beta Sigma Phi COLONIALFLO Oak.waik icII.iJ g voy 4 ._ _

the Alachua hospital to the Olin act by keeping time with their I

i i White Sr. home where he will hands hear that Faye Paulk There will be a regular meet-

I convalesce from serious injuries:received a pleasant surprise Tues- ing of the Gamma Theta Chapterof LANE CED AR 4t.I

received in a recent automobile> day evening when Foster Shi Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at RIST :

accident was sorry to hear' Smith presented her with a color- the home of Barbara Barkesdale '-,

that Paul Meng electrician received ed movie film of her taking off Monday May 23rd., at 8 p. m. CHESTS PAYMENTS

a fractured wrist and a ,on the Silver Meteor for the BHS :with Margaret McGriff as co- FLOWERSFor LANE CHESTS at low M

It has repeatedly been brought to our attention by fractured vertebra in back of his tour of Wash.. D. C. I host ess.
Individuals who are under the impression that UhF U neck when he received a shock. I', Sign of Summer: Buck Jones All Occasions $A n 95

unsatisfactory In this area, that Channel 36 Isn't on while at work at Humphreys last coming out of the barber shop and Gwen Lewis is celebratingher ADVUTISED h .
full These assertions are incorrect. Channel Wednesday morning and fell 7 i with a brand new GI haircut 6th birthday today with a': PHONE 218 I. LIfE .
power. .7.
'party for few friends and her:.
received feet. he is under treatment at j Getting all set for National a _
WJ1IP-TV fall and is being
38 on power the Alarhua after whichhe ,j Guard mother. Davie Lewis is celebrating 1 I!
hospital II H "
satisfactorily by dozens of our customers. I her tomorrow I"'i
.- will have to wear a neck brace I Quite a few birthday parties .birthday 'II (j) :1 .
Unfortunately it cannot be received beneficially for three months. I' celebrated in the past week: Lit-I day)

with an installation of the lowest coot. We can how- Dolores McKnight received a tle Vicki Frees celebrated her I The Youth Fellowship of the \ .11 .

ever, with a moderatevy prtcea antenna system using surprise telephone' call recentlyfrom i J8th anniversary at a party for 16 ( First Presbyterian Church enjoyed -' DISH GARDENS I .I.lib, CcfltBfr Drawer Mifcockeit IBbu *- $7995 _

only finest materials and superior techniques, guarantee S-Sgt.; Billy Miles from the I lot her friends on May 15; Ned j a picnic Saturday at O'Leno: POTTERY i ,uaultwd dnvcnbo Jt .
March AFB in Calif. hear, Yancey had a birthday on May(State Park, where the Fellowship' ... ;
worthwhile reception.Ve offer a free demonstrationwith ; ,
that Charley -ftrkttf 'oA. i1l.. report ;,,16: Franklin Hardy couldn't very(groups meet every summer for'' POTTED PLANTS OM G.4. VII'SA vm nOM MOM Scruatile4l11Oden.-It c lit 4 A.ulna r. $4993
no obligation.cFixs Tune 9 for Induction in Jax. ;well celebrate his 5th birthday,three weeks,. The 12 members I CAlf,."OJA Wftl 1i'&IaIIt.Sdl-W_ trIJ. _

ee that DollySulttsan.. is:pinch- on May 16 because he had the j present enjoyed swimming and Flowers JViredAnYlthere

:: C. SHEPHERD RADIO TV hitting at Kochs"ihlsrweek while i measles his sister, Carol. hiking and a delicious picnic lunch. : HART FURNITURE CO.

Seat Covers qaIah Chambers is home .nursine"|will be one year old on May 21st II' Guess that winds up the ljJ' i

Radio-TV -Upholstering ,her fon. Charles, who! has the j.i Dale Brown who was 8 black book this week so longI -. !i Nona St. Starke I

A YEAR'S EXPERIENCE IN UHF easles Congrats to Gem vears old on Mar 13. had a birth- I I ye you in the next j: ,, I! Phone 80 Starke Fla.

Gibson, 14, who earned his Life'day party at kindergarten "* Carolyn: '1._ -..- .- -. -- -- .'. -, .

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Smiles At Container Corp Barbecue attended i;! Rev. and the Mrs.recital W.of S.the McAliley pupils ':< Heilbronn StagedSchoolCommunity |I! i jI Gideons DistributeI I p., S. R. Sdccher, acting secretary:

I and Roscoe Bullington, Bible
I II I iof Miss Bernice Hack at the First j 760 Youth Testaments ; secretary.

HJ 1,Presbyterian church in Gainesville i i ii i
Picnic Last WeekThe
Funds for this work made
last Friday evening. The Starke of Gideons were
McAhley'sniece. Camp distributed -
I 4'iL < Miss Karen Kokomoor, was: 760 Youth Testamentsin available by the churches of Lake
L i one of the participants. Heilbronn community staged Lake City. The Gideons spoke there
C.-01N > its regular/ schoolcommunitypicnic City High Schools recently -
THE NEWSJohn v 4tLL last Fall.
r Mrs. S. J. Edwards returned to last Friday, May 14. The according to O L Linsm.
I her home in Jacksonville after This total distnbu-
01111 srrrrsrssssSSSrrrSSSJ twoweek's school bus made its regular runs president of the local camp. brings the

\'isitith Dr. M. B. Her-,that morning taking the pupils to Those taking part in the distribution tion to nearly 3.000 Bibles and
Killebrew of Ocala, audent Mr. and Mrs. Julian I* Peek long and Mrs. Carrie Adams. i
|school as usual for the daily rou- were J T Qwgley. v Testaments by this local group.
and children of Decatur, Ga. will Mrs. R. B.
at Stetson, was the week- Trask returned to tine. The work day began promptly i

d guest of Miss Helen: Haines. i..be guests of Mr. and Mrs. J H. her home in Lakeland Tuesday at 8:30: and there followed the :.t'.r-_, __._. _:_.,..___ .__... .' -' .___-. ,L'..J.__":' ;-_ ,. "
Lake Monday 7
Hr and Mrs. Alfred Brown of Ritch at Kingsley next after visiting her mother, Mrs. regular morning schedule of classroom '

'chmond, Va., are spending sev- I and Tuesday. W H. Perkins for the past two i i work, with an occasional E ElectStafford

iral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. I Attention, Poultrymen, Dairymen weeks peep into the hall 'and down the

). Martin and Mr. and Mrs. :Mike I Farmers, Housewives; Elect Stafford L Crews Member road by students anxiously aWaIt- =

JcRae. I Simplest Fly-Killer in History. School Board Di!>t. 3. Honest, ing the arrival of visitors.At .
L Crews
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and Amazing new Fly Flakes.-Sis- : Capable And Sincere. I 10:30: parents and friends be- '' ,

laughter, Margaret, visited Mr. trunk Feed and Seed Co. Willis Smith and daugter, Sher- gan to arrive bringing baskets '

nd Mrs. Rex Mixon in JacksonHe Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa spent Over a hundred Florida and Georgia pulpwood suppliers and of- I jry, of Ft. Pierce visited friends well filled with all sorts of picnic E TO THESCHD
!the weekend with her sisters, Mrs. "goodies." Tables from the library -
Sunday. ficials were the barbecue guests of the Container Corp of Americanat here last weekend.Mr. .

Mr and Mrs. Fate Brown and! Henrietta Hunt, Mrs. L. D. Green, the ranch of Tyler Jones, resident manager, recently. L. D. Yin- \ and Mrs. Howard Flemingof and classrooms were carried BOAR
Mrs. Irene Johns and Mrs. C. D. Ocala putdoors and a sumptious dinner !
I of were weekend guests of
Dale, and Mrs. Roy Edwards ing, field representative of the Container Corp., said that many '
on.. Williams. They all attended the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen.J. was spread in the shade of the
ited the Jacksonville Zoo on Memorial Service in Mayo on Sun- those present had been supplying his concert with wood since '37. I D. Doyle spent Tuesday in stately pine trees which adorn the THREE

unday.. Shown above left to right, are: Marshall Matchett; Bob Phinney, Jacksonville on business and a I school yard. There was food-a- \ ?

Kenneth Clark of Jacksonvillepent day.Mrs.. Shellie Hall accompaniedher general manager, Fernandina mill; Don Brewer; Foster: Shi Smith; physical checkup. ,plenty for all and some to spare, HE IS QUALIFIED

Sunday with his parents, son-in-law and daughter AD2 Date Paulk;: and Seaman Hudson, manager, timber department.Mrs. ,i interspersed with an abundance of : PREVIOUS EXPERIENCETwo 3

IT, and Mrs. I, E. Clark. and Mrs. Bradford Locke, back to fTTTTTVYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'STATE ;ice tea. Terms as School Board
The Beta Phi sorority is i After lunch the school rendered 1'--
: L. S. Hutto is spending a Sigma
Elect Stafford L Crews Mem- Portsmouth, Va., for two weeks
I week with Mr. and :Mrs. E. P. entertaining at a dinner party Sat- &r. program of music and songs un- :, .tfIrJ Member
[4r School Board Dist. S. Honest, visit. The Lockes have been visit- F ;
urday evening In Middleburg hon- der the direction of of Mrs. Eva t1BEUEVE
[(Capable And Sincere. :, ing here for ten days.ALVAREZ' Ritter in Hamlet, N. C. ARMIi I ; IX and will WORK FOR a progressive School
returned to his oring Mr. and Mrs. Gene Froggethe Henderson, rural school music ]
Jimmy Hoppe .. System for the entire County. Adequate Pay for Teachers and ,
home in Tampa Monday after a ( former June Patel) who were supervisor, and a march and drill I i
8. \ i the directed i C Employees. Safe Transportation. Elimination of hazard of
married Saturday May by primary group by i
month's visit with Mrs. O. L. Mrs. B. W. Tucker and four
Men's Clothing Kincaid. Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa. children their teacher .I E school 1 children crossing U. s. SOl from high school to USO
W. of
STORE J 11'1 Beasley and Mrs. J. Fernandina Beach
and Mrs. Bill The unique picnic idea was in-
Established 1894 ] Mr and Mrs. James Oswalt of was visiting Mr. I spent Thursday through Sunday I I j I building
Graham Sunday to Wednesday.She .stigated by the school three years i 1
Detroit, Mich., and Mr. and :Mrs. here with the L. L. Wainwrights.
was accompanied home by Flip ago, and the first attempt was Progressive Farmer Veteran World War I Grad-
Raymond Howe Jr. and son of I Mr. Tucker joined them on Sun-1
and Gigi Graham for two week's I such a grand success that the localP i uate University of Florida Nine business ad-
St. Augustiv will spend the week- day after attending the Jaycee,, I years
T A unanimously voted to makeit
LARGE ICE COLDWATERMELONS end with the senior Howes. visit.Elect Stafford L Crews Member Convention in Tampa. ; an annual affair. s ministration as manager Stark;.'Builders Supplies.HONEST .

:Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs. T. B. Miss Frances Caldwell went to'i
School Board Dist S. Honest, An Invitation is regularly extended CAPABLE SINCERE j
Harding and Mrs. Paul Raymond Gainesville Saturday and attended 'I I
Capable And Sincere. to county officers and to
spent Monday in Jacksonville.Mr. an all day meeting of the,other school principals. Those attending
Your Vote and Will
and :Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs.S. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger of Youth Council of the Suwannee this included Super- II Support Be AppreciatedOn

E. Sparks and Selita and Leslie.Green Cove Springs were Sunday Presbytery. visors P. T.year Nolan and Morten May 25th

1 Thomas visited the Stephen Foster afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newcomers to the State Farm.Alpren; Assistant Principal L. H. \ (Pd. PoL Adv.)
J. D. Doyle.
Memorial on Sunday. include Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tur- Gibson all of Starke, and Principal :
Elect Stafford L Crews Member Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Vanderlip, Jr. ner and ,children of Starke and Hugh B. Ingram of Lawtey and I i '.:::_: :' -,-',:, -:--=-:.-' r =-,,- :'::::: .- i --- : -:==$:" :- -,- :

GUARANTEED RIPEMARTIN'S and Dawn, of Decatur, I ii
3, Honest, daughter.
School Board Dist
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Burnettof Mrs. L. H. Futch. II I
Capable And Sincere.Mrs. Ga. are spending two weeks with Ii
Heilbronn Springs. What with i _
Don Ray Tilley, of Jack- Mrs. Vanderlip's sister, Mrs. Har- and .-
all the newcomers moving in
FRUIT SHOP Boy Scouts Plan
sonville, spent last week with her ry Mooty and family while Mr. residents houses
exchanging putsone
mother Mrs. Hattie Collins at Vanderlip is working throughout basket 2-Day Camping TripBoy
Florida. in mind of the "fruit
N Temple Ave. Starke, Fla i I State Farm. Mr. Tilley joined I turning over". a
Mrs. Tilley on Friday and they I Frank H. Whitenack and sons, Scout Troop 70 plans a two-
Mrs. June Edwards is spending
spent the weekend with Mr. and Gene and Robert, of East River- day camping trip May 28 and 29.

Mrs. Robbie Shaller in Starke.Mr. dale, Md. are making their home this week in Orange Park with .to clean and prepare a campsitefor
I Mr. and Mrs.V.. H. Edwards, Jr.
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam
and Mrs. Robert Taylor ofKinsrsley McGarvey.Mr. this summer at Camp Ray-
R. O. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards
and Mrs.
Lake spent the weekend Dansby onier near Hawthorne.The .
in Waycross and Homerville, Ga., son Micky, visited Mr. and Mrs.J visited 'the L. L. Wainwrights troop hopes to get the
I R. Hudson in Palatka on Sun- Thursday.Mr. .
visiting relatives. camp-site in readiness for their
: and Mrs. M. J. Collins had
I Col! R. T. Canada and Captain day.Sgt. week-long camping trip this sum-
as a house guest last week her
and Mrs. Dan Priest of
David Varn, of Camp Gordon, Ga., mer. e 1
were weekend guests of :Major: Fort Jackson: S. C. arrived home daughter Mrs. Donald Ray Tilley I

and Mrs. it. H. Adams.BULO.'A last Friday to visit their parents. of Jacksonville.Mrs. :Doctor's Clinic

WATCHES $1 per Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. and : Albert Yarbrough and, (

tf) Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest. Sgt. children of Gainesville spent Sun- I
week at Dahmer's. (
Machine :Mr. and Mrs. Eustis Knight and Priest reports back to Fort Jack- day with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yar- Seven patients were admitted i j No Matter
Sewing Operators 31st for I to the Doctors Clinic Hospitalthis
son on May overseas duty brough.
daughter, Dolores, and son, David, I
while Mrs. Priest will remain here. I week. They were: Mrs.
Mrs. W. E. Feagle and Mrs. M. I
spent the weekend at Ocean Side What Tell YouA
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas spent J. Collins spent Monday in Gaines'I Gladys McClung, Maxville; Mrs. They

Experienced & Unexperienced the weekend in Jacksonville as the I ville. Russel Thomas, Starke; Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sloan of I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nancy Shanbarger, Starke; Mrs.
Mrs. Mark Adams had
Walnut Ridge, Ark., were guests I Dr.wd
AGES 18 THRU 35 Wednesday of last week of Mrs.'I Plaster. as supper guests Wednesday of Joan Mosley Maxville; Mrs. Anna I state tax commission

H. H. Adams.Mr. Attention, Poultrynien. Dairymen last week Mr. and Mrs. A. G. E. Howerton, Keystone Heights; I

Company Benefits: Include Group Life & Hospital and Mrs. W. R. Walters Farmers Housewives; Horton and son. Ricky and daughter Mrs. W. C. Broughton, Starke; I

Insurance,Paid Vacations and Others and daughter, Claire of Rcidsville, Simplest Fly-Killer in History. Georgia Ann of Jacksonville. and Miss Sandra Dobson, Raiford. I WILL threaten

Ga., will be weekend guests of Amazing new Fly Flakes.-Sls-i I' Sunday Dr. and : Mrs. Adams M>TIfK OF INTK>TI6.\ TO your.. ...
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. trunk Feed and Seed Co. spent in San Antonia, Fla. at the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME .,

10th '& CHURCH STREETS Mr. L. D. Green is spending from Steve Simmons and Maurice Ed- Holy Name Academy with their I Notice is hereby given that the :
undersigned, under the provisionsof
-- wards in Miami this week
Wednesday to Saturday in Tallahassee on children enjoying the May Day: Chapter 20,951 Laws of Florida. Homestead Exemption! .
with her son-in-law and business.Mr. Festival provided by the childrenfor Acts of 1941, will register with the

BIG DAD, Manufacturing Co. Daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Willard and Mrs. Glen Hartwig and I their parents. I Clerk Bradford of the C"Circuit unty, State Court of in Florida and for, .

\Pass. son, Billy, of Tampa were Sunday ,I upon receipt of proof of publicationof CHARLEY JOHNS is opposed to a State-
Starke Fla. Elect Stafford L Crews Mem- guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. this notice, the fictitious name I'
i B & O. Truck Stop under which we
i jher School Board Dist. 3. Honest, Dankel. Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson I TIlE I'tare engaged in business on U. S. 301 Tax Commission. His opponent FAVORSa
1; Capable And Sincere. returned to Tampa with the Hart- south of Starke, Fla. State Tax Commission.No
way you write. Come In and select I.. M. Games and H. ('. Broadway .
wigs for two weeks visit. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lewis and your favorite ESTERBROOK Starke Dated Fla.this owners.20th day of May. A.D.. matter how CHARLEY JOHNS' op-
1 Fountain Pen. Only $2.37 at 1954 at Starke, Bradford County. I
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith
Florida. : ponent and his supporters try to explain it
and family and Mr. and ;Mrs BRADFORD COUJfTY TELE- 5/21 4t 6,11 I
Broward Capp and family attendedthe I away, a State Tax Commission WILL ENDANGER
Watermelon Festival in Lees- your Homestead Exemption. Just
burg on Wednesday.Mrs. Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced !
ask your local City or County Tax Assessorand
Effie Johns, L. C. Smith,
and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith, SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR : see what he says.A .

of Jacksonville spent Saturday GENERAL MACHINE WORK I State Tax Commission will center
in Ocala visiting Mrs. Johns' sister -

Mrs. Carrie Smith, who is ill. All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates I more power in Tallahassee take away

Supper guests of Mrs. Effie authority from local government. Such a
Johns were her son Freeman, of I

Lake Butler, and her niece, Mrs.F. commission could immediately or in the

W. Webb of Hawthorne.Mrs. Red Seal Electric & Machine Shop future raise your homestead assessment to
Drew Reddish of Jackson-

ville spent the weekend with I F. W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager the point where your Homestead Exemp-

I E and Sheriff and Mrs. P, D. Reddish.
tion benefits would be
: 1R S'AVEf Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reyes of I 106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke, Fla. wiped out.

Jacksonville were visitors of Mr. 11\I \ i That's ONE GREAT ;BIG REASON for

and Mrs. Bill Tilley on Sunday. ,
supporting and voting i for CHARLEY
-' -- c !
Mrs D. M. Heath of Fort to- -
- -"- -- -- - --- for
Lauderdale is spending'two weeks II
t 11 with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. I

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and I

your daughters, Sylvia and Faye were Home Folks Big Vote
I deafer guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.

White at the Suwannee Gables

Sunday evening. 1 Dedicated To Community Serviu-

Mrs. Nora Price of Robertsdale, "Movie Are Better Than Ever" Tells Important StoryWhat
I I* tab II ten to/Hay trip! Wen, srnoeth fires art I II
4o9ro. Trorft thorn for a MW wf *f tiptritr. Ala., is spending several weeks I

,' \\Ti with her sister, Mrs. E. J. Flynn. If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Adi'! the home folks think about a can
H. C. Ritch was visiting relatives -
in Bartow on Sunday and cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS;! didate tells a lot. CHARLEY JOHNS re-

: AT'LAS. TIRES Monday.Attention Poultrymen, Dairymen -! Fri. Sat -May 21 22 Sun.. Mon.-:May 23, 21EI'r ceived 91.73% of all votes cast in his home

Farmers, Housewives; DOUBLE FEATURE Senatorial District. His opponent received

Simplest Fly-Killer in History. I less than 50% of the votes cast in his Senatorial *
\ Amazing new Fly Fla.kes.-Sis- \\

\ trunk Feed and Seed Co. } ,, District '
45 Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. Of
I fit
l t
: $ Similar' Savings, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham } / It yo.ril! ,

,'. : : 4.7015 were among those attending the j Today's Nastfaaerfid Still Another ReasonROADS
1 St. Petersburg -
; Convention in
; Legion
z: .\ s;:. f i : ouaoJnu on of h., Wednesday to SundayMr. I 5 ud

.: i. !"', ;. and Mrs. R. E. MUlen of I, .. Iteml'ial' CHARLEY JOHNS' Action

". "" : i" .:' Folkston. Ga., were weekend Pirh.n! Road Board has inaugurated the greatest /'
., C. H.
\ guests of Mr. and /
!; #(,, Quick road-and-bridge building program in Flori '

'" j." ; ,,,, \ ATLAS :! TIRES Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.and grandson.H. W. Moyer Michael of /t A 4MCrlat l9frnuC! 1 s I da's history. More than $100,000.000 will be f(

\\ r : York of Miami were visiting Mr. spent on Florida's road-building during-
u 6.00 a ; 6.1015MLAS and Mrs.. Fro Strickland last Saturday -And- 1954. The money to pay for this great pro- i

id :t Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith, of FLAME OFCALCUTTA 'iI'ag gram is available. The work WILL BE /
45 95 (Plus "Precription For Percy" Car ,
t srl.S ', Tampa were weekend guests of DONE. You can see a lot of it under way
$1O : $12 Mr. and :Mrs. Ben Rowland.Dr. toon and Latest World News .
TAI AM. t" t R.S fAI AMe right
and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand I
Ar r-.. ..--.II...a.,1.. S. al Tow oho nu YOUI 01.1 nuNOT Middle- | VAN PATEL
_: ,...ea.w w"4.iI......&...- THIRD UNE TIRES daughter, Miss Madge j There are many other reasons to sup- i
M I&rno A4 0Nttt .... .w Ie ..... __ __ _._ ton spent Sunday in Atkinson : Knottles and Dardel i
s+ a. port CHARLEY JOHNS. He's Man of Ac-
;lIl11q <. ..: +. :.:. ..: ;,..,. Ga., visiting relatives.Mr. ,, Ilus "Of Fox & Hound Cartoon Tues., Wed., Thurs a
9 : and Mrs. W. H. Nollman and Chap. 6 of Serial May 25, 26, 27 tion well qualified for the office of Governor. -
spent the weekend in Sebring.
Support and vote for CHARLEY
Lake Wales, Avon Park and St. MIDNIGHT SHOW

campaigning for Charley Johns 1 .
after accompanying the Johns 1 rJ.1.igI: .';'"....,1 w. : JOHNS GEORGE W. DANDELAIE
Starke. Fla. Starke, Fla. Motorcade last week. "IPJlC" b2!'!.. .""'..kJ! State Campaign Mgr. State Campaign Titai.
Mrs. G. W. McCauley of Palat-
ka, visited the Charles Hardy J. R. KELLY 1 Paid Political Ad"JIUDAY

"GIB" BROWN'S H. E. PRIEST'S ,I family on Sunday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong returned -; COMING SOON

SERVICE STATION SERVICE STATIONStarke to the residence of Dr. >.(. Cartoon and
'Ridi Plus "Cats weigh"
I [ ng Shotguns'J |I t!
B. Hertong, after two weeks in .
Latest World News
Fla. Lawtey, Fla. Jacksonville, where Mr. Herle :l ,
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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1934

.ryyyy..TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT lace Parrish and Jim Sutte of I He is on leave from Japan with tract with The Board of Public In- Description I. T. R. Acre Owner Taxes Description S. 'JB.. Ann Owner Taxes

Jacksonville, and the bus driver, his wife and they are visiting his struction of Bradford County, Florida -
in accordance with the accepted side of State St. Original Town ofStarke
BROOKERBy Mrs. Eva Harrell. parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. :M. Mott i bid and give a contract surety thence run N 20 ft. 28 I D
bond satisfactory to said Board in then W 70 ft.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Martin of Sr.
an amount equal to one hundred per Thence S. 20 Ft. Lots 5, 7 of Elk n Mrs. W. T. Mar-
Polly Walt Jr.A&&A. Tampa and Mrs. J. W. Brown of The meeting of the Brooker cent of the contract price. Thence E 70 Ft. shall 141.U
No bidder may withdraw his bid parallel with Lake Lots 1. 3 of Blk 16
Hawthorne were visiting :Mr. and Garden Club was scheduled to be for a period of thirty days after the Avenue to FOB. Pearl G. Hein 58.01 except West 25 Ft. Carl Bitch 11.11

Mrs. R. F. Gano recently.Mr. held Friday, the 21st at the Community date set for the opening thereof.All Com at a Pt. 20 Ft The E 38 Ft. of
work shall be done in accord- N of the Cornerof Lots 2, 4 of E'lk
The Brooker Jr. High School attended and Mrs. Russell Green and Center at 8:00.: Due to< ance with plans specifications and State St. and 22 LeonDcandio lOUI

the field day at Lawtey family visited Mrs. R. C. Mc- change of plans it will not meet contract documents relative thereto Lake Ave. and on
which may be examined at the officeof W side of State Livingston Truby
last Tuesday. Those who won Dermon of Baldwin Sunday. I until the 28th. the Superintendent of Public instruction St & Thence run .- and Cos Sub Diy

were Sandra Mott the spelling RECITALA Starke, Florida or at the N 20 Ft. Thence el NE}) et NE3. 23 I 22W4
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
office of Goin and Moore. Architects W 70 Ft ThenceN of Lot 1 of
bee, Jackie Parrish the soft ball Lawhon this weekend were Mrs. piano recital presenting the i Gainesville, Florida. One set of 20 Ft. Thence Blk 1 Amoy Williams 6.l7

throw, Jackie Suggs the football Bessie Brannon of Jacksonvilleand such plans and contract documentsand W 30 Ft ThenceS Lot 2 of Blk 1 Elizabeth McCoy
Brooker pupils of Mrs. Joe Hill forms for bidding for each pro- 60 Ft. Thence Agt. 9.19
throw, Johnnie McGee the basket- Mrs. J. H. McCormick. also of ject may be secured by general con- E 30 Ft. Thence E4 01 Lot 4 and S
ball throw and Jackie Suggs the Jacksonville. Williams will take place Thurs- tractors from either of said officesby N 20 Ft. ThenceE 25 Ft. of Ey4 of
depositing therewith the Lot 3 of Elk I Ella Mae
amountset 70 Ft. to FOB. Tucker ut
fifty-yard sprint. Those on our sick list this week day evening. May 27, at the forth above under "Amount of Alfonio Grlffis 60.01 I Lot 30 Pt. N &
Brooker School Auditorium at 8 Deposit for Plans" in cash or money Sby 60Ft.E&
Mrs. E. W. Hodges returned are Mrs. Guy Harrell and Miss order which deposit will be refunded W in SE Cor of

home Sunday after a two weeks Lubedia Pinholster. Here's hoping o'clock. Participating are: Jean upon submission of a bona fide Town__ .( Lawtey Lot 2 01 Elk n Homer Adkas Iii
East of RY IB 23
Edincott, Sara Carlton, Lucretia bid and return of said plans and Lot 3 and N 25Ft
visit with her daughter, Mr. and that they get well soon! contract documents in good condition I 24, 23 2W < I Z2 of Lot 4 of
Cumbie Barbara Sue Davis, Gail
Mrs. Cecil Davis in Columbia, S. within ten days after the date Lot 9 Elk 33 Emma Hughes .In...
Edwin Johns of Keystone McNeal. Judith Stokes, Linda set for opening the bids. Any addi- --.: Sadie Crawford %.60 Lot 2 and E 2 Ft.
C. the Saturday tional sets requested for All hat portion of of Lot 3 of Elk
Heights was Gayle Green, Janet McNeal, Jeanne purposes Lot U East of --;' 36

EL W. Hodges and daughter La- L. A. Mott Jr. and Joanne Wait, Jacquelin and other w OurnUhed than the submission at the!- actual of a cost bid Old IAwtey &: u.. ., E 10..Ft of Lot 1 lolajUttleA. 21.T(

vonia and Nathan Brown were Sandra and Jackie Mott were a uplication but without refund. Middleburg Rd t C ivInTo.Mann 6,06 of Blk 44 O.t.1nklnl 3.11
Sandra Mott groentGlenda Com
Beverly Bidders' Qualifications &t SW Car of S 30 Ft. of Lot 1
visiting Carl Edwards in Gainesville the pianists on the Boy's must be Lot 17 and run E -,
guest Parker and Wayne Thomas. satisfactory to The Board of Public of Blk 47 Mattie Lucille
I 100 ft. far i'
a ,
Wednesday night. Club radio Sunday after- Instruction of Bradford County. : Burner 41.SS
program The public is inrited.BUILDING Thence N
The Eoard of Public Instruction of run 137'L Lot 2 of PIk 41 Sally & 30eWllllam.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and noon. Bradford County, Florida reserves Ft E. 15 Ft. S p 13.22
137 Ft. W
little son Tommy were visitingthe Vernon Overturf of Ft. Eustis. the right to waive informalities in to POB. 75 Ft. --. .-
PERMITS bid and i LQ'QTza Own 11.n
any to reject all
any or
Roy Greens this weekend. Va. was home this weekend visit- The Board of Public Instruction Com Lot a.t 17 SW and Cor of E .... .... Living Traby and

Those who enjoyed a bus partyat ing Mrs. Overturf and little Cindy, Building permits totaling over of Bradford County Florida. 175 Ft N 100 run Ft. Com Add 28 I 1:2:
By H. P.
Hampton Lake Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker. $35,000 have been issued recently, Morgan, Secretary.5/14 3t 5/28 for a FOB Thence Elk 5 r Mrs. Mike

were Yvonne Harrell, L. M. Nor- Doyle Roberts, Ann Crosby, and as follows: i I run 16 Ft.N 104 S 104 Ft Ft.E '' Marocca, 121.S4
-I( Lots 1, 2, 3 of Blk
man of Starke, Lavonla Hodges, Annette Green arrived home Fri- J. W. Thomas. Alton Rd., REGISTER OF FICTITIOt'S INTENTION NAME TO 1Lot100Ft.B&W 16 FL to POB ",,,-'.A_. '".'w label, JenkIns 560 10Lots Mrs., Mike ,

Jimmy Suggs, Jackie Barry, day from Washington. They reported $4,500 residence; J. W. Thomas Notice Is hereby: given that the Wby137Ft.N&: Maructa 142.45

Frances Barry, Ann- Crosby, Ar- a wonderful time. Pine St. $1,500 residence Bea- undersigned, under the provisionsof Sin SW Cor of .. .a 7, 8. 9 of Elk Mrs Mike
; Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida Lot 17 Thomas J.
menta Rogers, Judy Stokes, Jackie BMI S. M. Mott Jr. is serving trice Smith, 8th St., $3.000 resi- acts of 1941, will register with the r.T Sr. Aycock, 14.39 11 Marucca.FIorHe 1SI.7I'

Suggs, June Stokes. all of Brooker with the U. S. Navy and is stationed Clerk of the Circuit Court In and W 160 Ft. of N -0 EH! of Lot 1 andE
Kenneth dence; Gary Reddish, Leesville, for Bradford County, State of Flor- 376 FL of Lot 17 :$" {'-, ,,", Aaron Jenkins 8.98 !i of Lot 2 except .
Nathan Brown of Lake Butler, on the U.S.S. $1,500 block building; Susie Spur- ida, upon receipt of proof of publica- I Lot 100 Ft. r .. -N %%"Ft.'Of

Meade Lewis of Starke. and Wal whose port is in San Diego, Calif. Center Street $1,500'residence 'tibn' of this ifotice the fictitious SQuare in SW "" -- ., Blk H, Temples Ann
Myrick name of Starke Maternity Hospital CoJ' of Elk 18' !!rue \ WleF@lder Add to Starke %8. I 21 Updike me
; Rev. McBlaine, South I under which we are engaged in business n.n
at Madison and Thompson Sts. Com at SW Cor of Lots 1, 2. 3 of Blk
residence J. W. Ritch .
$10,000 ; in Starke, Bradford County Florida. Elk 18 and run N er' 20
_... Temples Add
A Question That Means Much Camp BJanding Road, 11.600 Dr. A. J. Barry M.D., Starke 274 Ft for a POB '- to Starke 28EH 1 2J A. W. Masters 41 St

residence M. H. Johnson Alton Fla., one-half interest.Dr. Thence run W 80 of Lots 1. :2. 3
; Ft N 102 Ft EJ "-
T. G. Ritch, M.D., Starke. of Blk 29 Peeks
Road, $1,500 residence. Fla., one-half interest. Fa S 102 Ft to FOB Eliza. YcClenton 7.06 Add to Starke 28 I 22 Henry a Griffis &.17
To Your Future in Florida Dated this 30th day of April. A.D.. Lot 23-A except: N .....- Com at SW Cor of

.' 1954 at Starke, Bradford County. 100 Ft. "1IJ1 .r Mabel Green NEH of SEH run
I. The Circuit Court 01 Bradford Florida. McCra.ry 17.30 N 400 Ft. to FOB
roBBtr. Florida. IB Cfcmncery. 430It 5/21 Lot 27 ... 11. J. W. Barber 1.43 Thence easterly
Dona Bell Dilbon, Plaintiff vs. W% of N 335 FL .'e, 'et 648 Ft. to a Pt
Clyde Dilbon, Defendant. of Lot 30 '.- J. H. Moore 4.8 190 Ft. N of H see.;
NOTICE TO APPZAR E4 of N 335 Ft. line Thence N 99.5
Case No. .
CAN THE OFFICE Order Of PnblleaUoB And Notice IB Circuit Coart Bradford County, of Lot 3t Isaac Felton 3.10 Ft. to E. W.
Florida IB Churtry. Wl4 ofECfN' --g
Hayes S/D Thence
To Appear State Of Florida Tot
Dora Sidrer 1-
Plaintiff Eli
Clyde Dilbon, whose residence and Sidrer. Defendant vs. 335 Ft of Lot Westerly 637 Ft
3t except N 100 to !H Sec line
address is: Carnegie, Pennsylvania.You Case No. 10472Kotlee Ft. LouIsa Brown 4.10
Thence S 13.8 Ft
are required to appear on To Appear S 165 Ft. of Lot S3 Allen Scott 3.18
14 1954 in the above named to POB 3:2 I J. T. Jones Est 7.45
Jupe To Eli Lee 8.48
: Sidrer whose residenceand Lot 42 to.f Will Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
court and wherein plaintiff '
cause address is: 74 Liberty Street Lot 54 except 1 Lot ''-. ,
.OF seeks divorce. 11, 12 of Blk 2.
GOVERNORa Bradford County Telegraph shall New Washington York. Heights Newburgh, Lot in NW 55 Corner &: .. -- G. n. Pearce 5.56 I E. W. Hayes S/D 32. 33 < 22 Roy Roark 4,87
publish this Order in next four Lots 7. 8. 9. 10. 11,
are heresy notified that
a .
12 13 Blk
of 4 E.
issues. 't '
weekly suit for W 60 Ft of N 110
Witness my hand and official Divorcehas Ft. of Lot 6 Ott's W. Hayes S/D 32, U ( 22 E. L. Sweat 4.47

seal at Starke Florida this May 1%. been filed against you in the SID of Lawtey 9.98.,.
1954. above named Court and cause and Sees. 23. 24. 25. 26 6 22 Alexander Tucker
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby you aye required to serve a copy of S 205 Ft 01 Lot 6 Lincoln City (SH of
BE BOUGHT ? As Clerk of said Court your answer or pleading to the OU.s SID of Law SF.Vi W of Kr) 32 6 22
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk complaint on the Plaintiffs tey Secs 23. 245. 26 5 22 Sam Brown'E 13.39
Charles R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life Attorney Evan T, Evans 103 440 FtSE}4 Lots 1, 2 of Blk 3 Hattie Starkea 8.6J
Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville of SWyo of NW}eS 25 5 22 1 Manuel rcXeal 1&30 Lots 4, 5, 8 of Blk 5 :Bertis Robinson 8 6J
Attys. for Plf. 5/14 4t 6/4 Florida Lots 2, 3 of Bile 8 Hattie Starkei 4.57
and file the original In the office of SWtf NWy4 of 10 John Allen 5.85 Lots 5, 7 of Blk 6 Louise Johnson 4.J7
Circuit Court en 25 5 23 Lots 1. 4, 5 7, 8
the Clerk of the ,
CAN 'IT BE BOUGHT WITH PROMISES? CALL FOR BIDS I or before the SIh of NE4 of SE4! 5 WHile C 10 of Elk 13 Battle Starkes 7.19
NOTICE TO TRACTORS of SW 25 5 23 an.
31 day of May 1954; % Lot 1 of Blk 3 except -
Star""'". Florida otherwise the allegations of said W 2 A of Nof 3.10SW' N 200 Ft. J.
The BIG is the false coin used 2 Robert Austin
promise Sealed bids will* bee received by Complaint will be taken as confessed SE14 of NE L4 26 5 2 3 M. Johns SID of
The Board of Public Instruction of by you. of SW4 of NE3i of NE}; 22 6 22 1.. Gerhard C. H.
by political hucksters to buy a public Bradford County, Florida at the office This notice shall be publishedonce NE14 26 5 22 10 A. Paul IUS Ahrendt 10.69

office can't win their record. of the Superintendent of Public each week for four consecutive 1.3 A as desc In Com at NE Cor of .
t they on Instruction in Starke Florida up to weeks In the Bradford County Tele- deed nook 6S, XEU: of NEU run
Such the 1:00 o'clock P.M., E.S.T.. Monday, grsph page US Y6 5 it I B. 1. WUkInson W 299 Ft. for a.rOE' .
is case in the race for JJ' :.n!
June 7, 1954 at which time and Dated this 23 day of April 1954. Thence S 193
place all bids received will be pub- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby W>4 of SW14 of Ft W 50 Ft. S.
Governor. One candidate &.
promises everythingto licly opened and read aloud for Clerk of the Circuit Court NW4 of E,4 26 5 it Ii Isabel Dotsey 900 Ft. W 50 Ft. .
Xe\\'som' 4.00
furnishing all materials and labor By Marian L.Crosby Deputy Clerk. N 1092 Ft. E 100 .
Total of his
everybody. cost keeping promises and constructing: 4/30 4t 5/1 SW14 of NWY4 of Ft. to POB lyingS
SWy4 and N>4 of
would amount to several hundred millionsfarmore Name of Project Amout of De- XW14 of SW'}; of of Green Old Starke Cove
posit for Plans NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO MAKEAPPLICATION' 15 B. 1. Wilkinson and ; :
SW% 27 S 22 ,
than will be available. So you know his 1954 Addition to Starke FOR FINAL Jr. 18.30 Com Spgs.at Rd.SE Cor ofNE24 34' 22 C. R Jackson. n.n
White School Plant DISCHARGE .
Wu of SE14 of
promises are false and meant only to"buy"votes. Starke Florida ___________ 20.00 Probate Law 1033) SW14 and Eli of Ft. run to W POB 210 ... ". "
Gymnasium. Bradford High I. Court of tae County Judge, SWye 01 SW% 28 5 22 30 H. A. Prescott 11.43
School, Starke Florida n__ $20.00 Bradford County State of FloridaIn Lots 16. 17. 18. 31 Thence 945 Ft. W .
Music EuUding, Bradford the Estate of Fred A. Scott 40 Genie to Starke ThenceN
CANT BE BOUGHT/ WITH fEAR? High School. Starke Deceased.re In ProbateTo Woodlawn 29 5 22 Miles E'roVo'nIng U.39 769 Ft. Thence .sa

Florida ___________________ $20.00 All Whom It May Concern: NW" of SW1A, of E 711 Ft. S 200 ",pan-4,,, '.! .,-., ,
Another method;of the huckster politician is a 1954 Addition Twelve Notice is hereby given that Wil- NE4 U 5 U 10 Unknown S.06 Ft.Ft. E W 444 210 Ft Ft.S 359 S "
Grade School for Negroes, bur A. Scott has filed his final report Lot 8 In Peets- "
vicious fear technique. Hof-truths, deceitful Starke. Florida _--_______-- $20.00 as Executor of the estate of v1l1e 35 5 22 2 Those Strong S.06 210 Ft. to S POB from 34 6 21 t. Paul Buran 15.'.
Com 220 Ft.
Latvtey Elementary School Fred A. Scott, deceased; that he Lot 9 in reets- "of ".
inferences and deliberate lies are spread by for Negroes Lawtey, filed his petition for final discharge, ville 35 5 22 5 Green &. Strong 5.06 NW Cor of NEU
Florida n________________ 20.00 and that he will apply to the Hon- 1 A in NW ('or of of XWU and run S
ruthless Any bid received after orable Theron A. Yawn, County '10 Ft. E 420 Ft.
and the speci-
rumor mongers, by campaign SEv4 of NW4 35 5. 22 1 W11IIard &: N 210 Ft. W 420
fied time and date will not be con- Judge of Bradford County. Florida, Crawford 3.21NWU
oratory to frighten the voter. One exampleIs sidered. on the first day of June, 1954, for Ft. to Beg. U' 2* .1 Vasco Forsytb T.u
you, Each bid must be accompanied bya approval of same and for final discharge of SE% of Lot 8 of Blk 1 Security -
the false certified check bid bond in the as Executor of the Estateof SEt4 5 I 22 10 Enos Anderson 13.3 Home Site
absolutely being that or
rumor amount of five per cent of the base Fred A. Scott deceased, on this 8.8 Acers as deso In in NWU of NWU 35 6 U Mrs Wm. Hanko 13.72

LeRoy Collins is opposed to homestead exemp bid as guarantee that the bidder if 24th day of April 1954. Deed 473 Bk 70. pg 10 I 22 U E.C. Taylor 3.66 Lots 8. 9 of B1K 3
will within ) Wilbur A. Scott.
awarded the contract, (Signed Laks Kingsley
tion. is farther from the truth consecutive calendar days after Executor of the estate of Fred W14 of NWi4 of
Nothing ten SE y4 11 I 23 10 1. 3L Lancaster 4,37 lit,. in NEB of
written notice being given of such A. Scott deceased. NE14 36 6 21 H. B. Mims m *.it...
-'. award enter into a. written con- 4/30 4t 5/21 w" of 5E24 of SE2 -
NWU of SWU 14 6 22 5 E. K. Perryman 18.45 4 1 U SO Dr. Eo JL Webster s.c,

his platform LeRoy Collins emphasizes that NOTICE W 139,5 Ft. of SWU Com ZlO Ft. E of .
of SWU of NWU NE Cor of NE4 of

he will and homestead notice she following described lands will be S of County Gr NE4 and run SIt
given that
preserve protect exemp I is hereby Rd 15 6 22 2 Rudolph Bryan 6.17 % Ft E 40 Ft.FL .
2th of' 1954 at StArke, the
sold :aabllc auction on the day May,
; tion. As Governor he will oppose any bill County of Bradford State of Florida;: to pay the amount dua for tAxes N% of SWVi of SEU N210Ft.W
with all costs of such sale and and NWVi of SEU no Ft to PCB 5 'I U J Sule tiller 9,19
t which will In herein set opposite to the same, together of BE%, 15 I M 30 E. E. Horn 11.71 Lot 14 of Blk 14
reduce the
benefits of
any sense advertising. NEVI of SEU of Hampton IS 'l U Gladys L Shafer 3.61SE'4
homestead NWU 16 8 22 10 P. T. Tyson 21.26 of NE14 Z1 7 ZJ U Oscar Griffis 1.U

exemption. Description S. T. R. Acres Owner Taxes: Beg at intersectionof SWyo of NW4! 23 'I 23 U Oscar Grima 11.1. 1
/ State Rd 16 N% of SW% of SEv4

)) l6p fo$* OPPONENT FAILS TO SAY All W4 of NW" ItSWJt with NEU of S NWU line run of Blk except 6 except Ry Lots 28 'I ZJ 18 T7den Tarn lU' ,

of SW4 of 5. 20 40 C. U Crewe 'Ul W 210 Ft North. .' 3 thru 22, Hampton -
: Yet, while the Acting Governor makes this claim E of River westerly 210 Ft. E Park, NE'4 of
Lots U. 14 of Blk "
210 Ft Southeasterly SEi Sec. 31-SW

against Collins, he himself has failed even to 29. Town' of New U : a 20 R. C. Baldree 2.43SW4 210 Ft. to of NWy! &: W/iof \
River 23. 20 40 E. W. Hodges 1.13 POB.SV4 11 I. .22 1 Claude\\. Morgan 5.45 NW% 01 SWyo of .
mention homestead exemption in his own of SE1. 33 6 of SEH of SW'i Sec 33 'I" 1 ...Sarah
s2 of SW% of of NW% 11 I 22 5 Annie Goodwin 13.22 Brngget
Esta Castling 4.26NW'of 4.13
10 Queen ;
campaign platform. His interest in homestead NW4 u a. %26 E. W. Hodges. 1,73SK Wt4 of NWW of '. N 100 Ft of S 525Ft .
i, SW% 3 1 0.. 49 SEU ex R W 18. U 10 Vasco Hankerspn 5.06 of that por-
I I.
exemption has only lately come about and for or Lot 12 except .UllIHIII"1' i I ; Wal of NEU of :,.. tion of NEY4 of

1/3 Acre in SW 'I' %0 "'lro'Wt'R. G Allen r .r..'7 SEU 11 a U 20 Geo Goodwins 5.35 .NWi4 W of Rd. 12 1 Z2 1 .r..lIsabeth 1.
the sole purpose of scaring a vote out of you.Don't Cor 'I Com 91 Ft. N of SE Lanaran 4.10Lots

Lot 3 except 15.1 Corner of SWU. of 2. 3. 4, 5, of
you be fooled! acres to Ernest NWU and run W Blk P, The Haven
.Edwards and E".ct 239 Ft. N !91 Ft. SID of NW3A of
X!" of Lot 4 E !39 Ft S !91 Ft NWy4 13 s u A. S. Lea.th u.n

r CAN "IT KMWlir; 1 YOUR TAX DOllARS and 01 Lot Lot 5 6 a'Ids1i 1 'l 20 .158 W. E. Bigham, Jr. 11.190 Lot to 3 POB of Blk 3 Sun- 21 a zz: Lucille Easton 7.17 Tract 1 B.SID Mt.Pleasant U I U Fred Dodd Ut I

3/4 of Lots 1, 88.08 ny Acres SID 21 a 22 Tract 11. Carl Voll-
20 171 W. E. Blcham, Jr. H. A. Manassa 3.16
Since the Acting took office,, State 8. 9. 10 1 Lots 4. 5. 6 of Plk koff SID of NW4
4 N4 of SWt4. of 3 Sunny A. SID 21 6 22 Ltnnle DeSue 7.19 of SW4! 13 8 U T BernIce .A, '

payrolls have increased, not by the $452,000 acres S\Vt4.. except E 3 8 1 20 17 R. G. Allen U4 All SofB4WFS W t4 of Blk of 5 : Herring UI

but than Lot 1. 2. 10. 11 W line 11.4 A In SE Car of
originally reported, by more $600,000a of NEU of ." of XW'4 and
of Elk 1 Ward'City 8E14
4 H. Parker 5.99 SWU Temples
month, a recent study of the records proves.That's Lot C of Blk 1 8 : 20 G. ,SID 21 6 2J 5 Rufus r.igsby 14.72 N of 30 SW14 Ft.except of NE4 2
more than seven million dollars a year ol Ward City B 1 80 Mrs. 1.. A Green! \ R... Sub Div U lots Dodd to Robert J. IS I Z2 14 Fred s. Dodd 11.41

Lot 3.I of Elk 18 Harrell U3 5w14 of NE% of Elk 3 of Govt Lot
tax money being used to pad State payrolls to Ward City 8 1 20 GUY SE'4 & WH fSEVi 2. Lakeside SID U I U JUvervfew IntM'prlle I

keep the Acting Governor in office. In addition Lot 5. 6. 1. 8 of 'l 20 J W Thomas 5.0.,. of SEVi 21 4 22 Ise co.n
111kof 0 Ward Citya 40 Evelyn F. Thomas 22,88Sy W 330 Ft. of E 'j30
S SE & 8 'l', 20 Blk 10 except Lots Ft. of 5524 of
he has increased the estimated of the bob.
cost of SW4. of NW" 60 H. lL Matt %.'74SF. 7 and 8 Leslie Best 3.11 XE1'4 24 I U 10 Fred S. Dodd 7.n ,
tail to 25 million These are the and SW14 of 5W14 15 'l 20' Lot 7 of Blk 18 Marie Dukes 4.67 Lot 2 delc all starting -
turnpike dollars. .
.. of SE4 exceptS Lot 1 of Blk 19 Wllbert Hoghes 4.67 at XW Cor or
know about. How 6 acres and except Lots 5, 6 of Blk 19! Sarah F. Jenkins 3.06 SW% of SEt4 ofNE44
things.we many more cases 2 .0\ In SW Lots 3. 4 of Plk 19 Josephine Bass 3.06 Thence run R
Corner of NE44 of Lot 2 of Blk 2* Eddie Burroughs 3.06 61 degs 30 min E I
t of
political-machine financing with tax SF.t4 and W" of Lots 1. 2 of Elk 24 Lonnie Flowers 6.69 48 Ft. to POD N .
N1L of NEy I 4S dens E. 775 Ft
md"'anvbody's.guess. But it is time
now except portion S S 142 Ft. S 45

f 6 about of Brooker Rd 'IS IL H. Mott lUl Gall.1a. Sail Dtr 21 I 22 dt'g W 640 Ft N
stop guessing our and SEl of NEt4 11 'Z 20 51 dogs 30 min. W

All NWt4 of SW4N 5.47 Lots 5. 22 of Elk 1 T. C. Reed 16.74 IOU Ft. to PCB U 8 U J .James E. liustoa '.51
Vor.E Governor and rid of machine 12 William c. Green
, t get Rd :3 'I 20
of LoU, of Blk 1 Eliza Morris 20.78 Com at SE Cor of
'- TI. W4 of NE4 11 5 21 50 1. C. Clemons %0.%% Lot 8 of Blk 1 Aaron Holley 2.66 SW14 of :-W14 and
}' ,lZ6 politics in Florida. LeRoy Collins S\\'l 01 NE4 and Lot 24 of E'lk 1 Ben Davenport 8.69 run N 350 Ft for
all that portion of Lot 1 of Blk : Ike Jones 2.66 a POP Thence run
is the real candidateand
people's SW1,4 01 NEt4 Lot 3 of Blk 2 Levy Lennon 2.66 W 330 Ft N 350
which lies N & Lot 4 of Blk SLot Rosa Evans .6& Ft E 330 Ft. S
he merits your support. on E of SR Xo. S9 U 5 21 10 Donald 1. Alvarez lU9 5 of Blk 2 Xola Harden 2.66 350 Ft. to FOB 25 I n a Minnie Jones ,.51

Lot 11 of Blk 3 lola Little 2.66 S% of 5E44 of SW44
his record. All SW4 E of
splendid River and all Wii Lot 13 of Elk 3 SampsQn White 2.66 of.NW2 H I U 5 Mae B. SpUd,
1 Lot lying in SW1
E of
of 7.51
River IS 4 23 1011 W. 1L Edwards of NWVi of SE14100FtN&Sby W 54A c.I X 1/3 of

SEAT MACHINE POLITICS Jr. 30.05 "E\f of 5W14 25 I n 1 John Davis U.U
-- XW1,4 E of River 30 4 22 60 w. H. Edwards, 50Ft.E &Was 514 of SE4 of
Jr. 19.94 deso in Deed Book SW14; 25 8 23 %0 B. Z. Alderman US
SWt4 or Lot Ii In 71. Page 215 22 < 22 Frank Ward 5.16 1 Lot as dt'pc deed .
Woodlawn 18 I 22 3 Carlton G.Williams Com at NW Cor of Rk n. Page U &:
S.U SWH of SWH and Deed Bk n, Page
Run S210Ft.E -I3 tT, U I 22
InWoodlawn Albert Yan etta
XI" of Lott H 41.:0
MakeLeRoy I IS Ii 22 5 T. J. Alderman %.'l1I 100 Ft. for a PCB
S 100
thence run
E l. of NW of Iadla B..II Mose 8 :D
Elizabeth Ft. E 259! Ft. N
10 Prince
I SE" 22 5 22 .
4 100 Ft. W 259 Ft :
Bartell 5.51
I to POB 23 C 22 Ltnnfe Tysonet Lot 17 EdneU Hall n.8I
alJames 16.72 Lot 21 Mary E' JlcCanll 24.14
Co1Iinsf4 'I Te" .r Lawteywr.t Lot 46 John 1. Halt Jr 0.2

el Rl- 23 15 n NWU of SEU oSEU / 22 6 21 10 Hornsby 17.24 Lot Lot 41 t. Indian Bea.cS T. D. Whlddin Sr, 24.14 4

Lot 7. I of Elk 6 D. B. Thomas I.ti i 1 square acre in SEC Unit No 2 as I n 1. C. Campbell 1.55 i
Blk 9 Pearl G. Hess H.1t of NE',.' of Lot 2. Indian Beach
Elk It I except Lot a IL Co Harley 1630 SW% I 2J 1 Lather Jackson. 3.66 tnlt Xo. 2 35 1 Z Robert 1. Gavin SUI
Your s;= of E'lk %5. Geo. F. Young SiO W 90 Ft. of N 105 All Lot S E, of Pod I.

Half Elk 1 : Charles Dinkins 1.43 Ft. of SE of ao 12 9 22 20 B. 1. Alderman 5.85LB. ;
One Lot 23 Ft N &: !IoW1.of of
Sby100ft.E&W NEVi except W 40
on W side of State Ft 28 1 U Eugene Hunter C.C7
St. bounded S by W% of SEU of SEU

Peele and S by of NEU except W r BELLY,
Griffis Henry G. Griffis (6 Ft and Except ;;'s TAX COLLECTOR
et-al C%.n E 90 Ft U' 22 I Edna B. Mills 14.22

Poccd.M ewwt poI4 f.by.>.c.a:.. Com at a pt. at Car.td W 16 Ft of SEA of "O BRADFORD COUNT7-, FLORIDA
State St -' : of NEB 28 I 21 1 Percy Sullivan; 33.34
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I FRIDAY-, MAY 21, 1954 :

i YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY '. ...TYTTYTTTYYYYYY the cast, and the sponsor, are improving.Mr. Friday. Johnson Friday.

sparing no effort to see that you and Mrs. J. W. Jackson and Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Margie Shultz of Miami,

t osrtt LAWTEYby will get your money's worth. son, Randall, called on Mr. Jack- Mrs. Freida Norman were 'Mr. was visiting her mother, Mrs. De-
Baccalaureate Service for the [son's parents. Mr. and :Mrs. W. N. and Mrs. Marklee Norman and lores Carmichael, Sunday.Mr. .
graduating class will be held in Jackson and family, Sunday after-
baby, of Hampton. and Mrs. Carl Rosier of
Mrs. J. U Stricklandand L. H. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. 'the auditorium Sunday I noon. I
afternoonI I Mrs. Florence Johnson left Sat- Ocala, were visiting relatives here
Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA at 6:00: o'clock. Rev. A. Mrs.V.. W. Hammond and
I urday morning for Bailey, Sunday.
will be the speaker and the publicis daughter, Willow Ruth, were Sun-
i Mr. and Mrs. George RobertsJr. invited to attend. Graduating day night supper guests of Mr. Ga., for a visit with her son-in-- The community picnic held at
I I Savannah, exercises law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I the school Friday was well attended
The Clay Hill PTA met Tues- and son Rickey, of will be held the following and Mrs. John E. Hammond on
Presbyterian Church I Methodist Church day of last week and elected the Ga. spent the weekend with relatives Friday I night Crystal Lake. Another guest was David Plunkett., and enjoyed by all present-

, officers here and at Hastings. Mrs. Lottie Searle of Nutley, N. J., i Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. Following the lunch hour a pro-
I Fri., May 21 7 p.m. Men. Sunday, May 23, 9:45 a. m., following : Miss Fannie Tatum of Ripley, i "TTTYTTTTYYYTTYTTTTTTTYT1 who is spending a few days with N. Norman were: Mr. and Mrs.B. gram was presented by the chil-
(1 of the Church Supper meeting Church School; 11 a. m. Worship Mrs. J. L. Strickland, president; Miss. is visiting her sister, :Mrs.E. i the John Hammonds.Mrs. J. Eggers and children, of dren of the school.

' Topic of Discussion "Christian Service; 6:45: p. m. Intermediateand i Mrs. Louie Carter, vice president; E. Tatum. HAMPTON Minnie Marcionny has been i Jacksonville: also Mrs. A. F. Hall; Saturday afternoon the Inter-
' Senior I Mrs. Jack Wilkinson secretary;
Education". Fellowship Supper; I Mrs. Pearl Whitnel of Delandwas helping care for a grandson in IOwen McRae of Calif.; Mr. and mediate
Intermediate and Mrs. Fred Land, treasurer; the Training Union Class en-
Sun., May 23 9:45: a. m- 7:15 p. m. :. visiting relatives here the first Starke who has had measles. Mrs. B. M. McRae and son, Lynn.
Senior MYF Groups Worship' committees will be chosen later.It by Mrs. Wm. W. HammondALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA joyed a party at Strickland's
Sunday School 11 a. m. Morning of the week. I Benny Jackson has been con- I of Pine Level.

Worship Service "The Syro- Period; 8 p. m. Preaching Serv- will be announced when will ani be O. J. Anders, D. B. Harley, L. P. fined to his home with an .attack Mrs. Geneva Johnson was visit- Landing. After enjoying a swim.
where the
Phoenecian Woman" 6 p. m. ice. study course Rafuse and James Waters were in I Mr. and Mrs. Frank moss of of pneumonia ing in our community Thursdayp.m. the youngsters were served

Youth Fellowship Joe Harden Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Weslyan I given. Lake City Tuesday evening attend- North Starke spent Monday and Mrs. Eva Nazworth and son, refreshments of sandwiches, cake
, and Calvin Pace, hosts. 7:30 Service Guild.Wednesday Mrs. Ada Godwin and daughter- a of the Woodmen of
ing meeting Roland Jr.. were business callersin
; i Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Mr. and Mrs. George McNeil of and soft drinks. Sponsors were:
p. m. Evening Worship Service- 8 p. m. The Hour in-law, Mrs. Tommie Godwin, and the World, and were also dinner Dyal Starke Monday morning.
children called on Faye Englandone at dinner there that Jacksonville, were visiting the Mrs. George Johns, Mrs. Purvis
i "The Taising Of The Widow's of Power. guests a, night. The First Church bus Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield and I
i Son". afternoon last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Markham Baptist I children I Ancel Normans and :Mrs. Florence Johns, and Mrs. Alma Thompson.
of"Gainesville Sun-
took a load to the Revival in were
i I Wei, May 26. 7:30 p. m. At The TabernacleTabernacle Buddie Wilkinson tried last I and children of Gainesville were Theressa Monday evening. About day'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I I ,,.---- -
had weekend. I
week to sell his beans. He visiting in Lawtey last 1
Prayer meeting and study of I 35 from Hampton attended.Mr. Raleigh Brannen and family.
Sam. 913. 8 p. m. Adult Choir Services the past 75 hampers picked, and didn'tclear :Miss Arthurine Blanchard of I and Mrs. George Saxon and I Mrs. Betty May was a business I EL RANCHO
them. So all Jacksonville weekend
several studies expenses on spent .the(
practice. week caller in Gainesville after-
: Gentry are spending the week Tuesday
the folks around here, who wantto with her father, A. M. Blanchard.The .
brought by the sponsor. noon. Mrs. W. W. Hammond substituted
Thurs. 27 3:30 in Pompano.Mr. 'I
May m. -
p. pick and can beans can get all L. H. Futches were business t RESTAURANT
Saturday night W. B. McKin- in the 2nd and 3rd grades. I,
: Junior Choir practice. 8 p. m.- they want for 50c a bushel. Some visitors to Gainesville Saturday and Mrs. Marshal Matchett,
'The Circles of the Women of the ney conducted the meeting con- son Wayne, daughter Barbara, and I
folks came for beans from Penney morning. HYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYlHEILBRONN U. S, 301 at N. City Limit
Church will meet: Circle No. 1 sisting of a Bible quiz. mother Mrs. J. L. Williams, visited
Farms as well as other places. We've heard said "Tis a smallvrorld" Starke, Fla.
with Mrs. W. will Sun- relatives in Lawtey Sunday eve-
T. Jackson Circle Revival services begin There are plenty of beans there and we do agree. Vernon

Ho. 2 with Mrs. W. S. McAliley. day at 11 a. m. Special music, yet, so if anyone wants them, Teston and Arnold Smith were ning.Mr. Special Sunday Dinners
will be a feature. come to Gertie Faircloth and among the High School Seniors I and Mrs. Hal Sessions and I
AIR PARK BAPTIST she will show the patch. sightseeing in Washington D. C. children of Austin Minnesota, are i By Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA S SANDWICHESBARBQUE
YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- Mr. and Mrs.you W. D. Jones spent!. last week and whom should they i visiting Mrs. Session's mother, I S
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn brook purse-size fountain pens in I II unexpectedly into on the Mrs. Wallace Collins and husband.
ing Service at 11. Public invited. I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- part of. Sunday with the street? None other than Ernest Mrs. Roland Nazworth, son Roland -I Mrs. J. E. Lingerfelt is in' ser

L. G. Hemingway, pastor. ford County Telegraph. Langs.Mr. Wells of Lawtey who is now sta- and Miss Earlene Nazworthwere ious condition in St. Luke's hos- Curb Service 3.12 P.M.

and Mrs. Marion Wilker- tioned at FL Belvoir, Va. in the Monday dinner guests of Mr. I pital in Jacksonville.
- --"" i son. of- St. Marvs.. Ga.. and Marion's family, I service of Uncle Sam. and Mra. Charlie Alvarez near .her a rapid recovery.Charles We wish I Open 6 A.M. 12 P.M. El Rancho Steaks
the weekend with Starke. -
spent Mr. and Mrs. W. r-. :".IcKinney.and : I
I father, Jack Wilkerson. children of Jacksonville were Miss Patsy Roark was a recent Carrol, of Miami, is HERB THOMAS

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke I Mrs. Edith Godbolt and daughter weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. over night guest of Carolyn Kelseyat relatives.Mr.spending. some time here with I RESTAURANT Steaks

I Shirley, of Tallahassee, spent R. Whitehead.Mrs. Theressa.
the weekend with the Jack Wilk Mrs. T. J. Alderman was a and Mrs. Gene Petcher. of Chops and
R. W. Mosley entertainedwith U. S. SOl at S. City Limits
I ersons and other relatives near a birthday dinner for her business caller in Starke Monday Jacksonville, was visiting Mr. and Seafood
!here. Mrs. Jack Wilkerson gavea daughter, Marcia, Friday of last morning. Mrs. T. N. Norman, Thursday.Mr. I ,
: I I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and In
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor bridal shower for Shirley, Saturday week. This was an unusual birth- '' and Mrs. H. M. :McRae were L OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY Specializing
Starke calledon
daughter, of
I night. Mrs. Godbolt is a day party, the guest of honor visiting their daughter. Mrs. T. N. Weekday & Sunday

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town sister of Mrs. Wilkerson. We un- j\having both her maternal and her : the Bruce Shirley Roark's Jackson Saturday.Miss returnedto 1'I Norman Thursday and Friday. I! OWNED, OPERATED AND
derstand Shirley is to become a paternal grandparents, Mr. and I They attended the community STAFFED BY LOCAL PEOPLE

Phones Office 234 = Pastorium 130 bride in June.Homecoming. I Mrs. J. A. Hughey Sr., of Orlandoand Monday her studies after a at week's Bradford absence High !J picnic at Heilbronn School on DINNERS'J
Day at Long Mr. and Mrs. R. W. MosleySr.
due to the illness of her mother, I .
Branch we met many old friends; ., of Lawtey, present for the oc- I -
Mrs.V. N. Jackson, who is slowly
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. among them was Elias Taylor, casion. This, together with the i I II
she received made little I Vote For
and wife. Percy Wainwright and gifts Return Him
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. wife. \Well Lias told Mr. Strick- :Marcia a very happy girl on her I

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. |i land and he he was would on visit vacation us. They last week surprised sixth: .birthday.Mr. and Mrs.. L. H. Futch, ac- 1& fr' I E. L (LAWTON/ ) F"'i TO THE

companied by Mrs. Mae Wells, j
.. morning b
: us Thursday
> -- -- = ".-, --- '-'_ :_ .. :. _._. ._--: :_ =: :--:,-. >' and staying with u$ were calling in Melrose Sunday "
driving up afternoon.Mr. BOARD OF COUNTY

.-r all day. and Mrs. O. A. Barry and the letters start. Then from CflAOftD
Minnie Lee Gurr, ana two boys,!Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris of all over the free world come such
Billie and Bobby, also Mildred Jacksonville were calling on the comments as these from readersof I i

How a U.S. Urban and son Billie, spent the Cecil Whiteheads Sunday after- THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMISSIONERS
I MONITOR an international daily i NEXT
day with Faye England and children noon.Mrs. newspaper: TUESDAY ,
These two ladies, our daughter Edward Massey was the x
Minnie and Mildred work in .guest of honor at a lovely party "The Monitor it must reading I I shall
cause minutes
lor straight-thinking and proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners
G30C3E) the phone office in Jax. A day on Tuesday evening when Mrs. people. ." to be published in order that
treat Bowen and Mrs. Gault entertainedwith I every citizen of our county may know how and where
in the cnuntry is really a *7 returned to school after every dollar of their
is ,
is issued: a stork shower for her in the money being spent.
for them. The three boys lapse oj 18 years I will get
so tired to say nothing of Mil- home of Mrs. Gault. Games and my degree from the college I shall see to is that every individual, whether rich or poor, will have a chance to appear before
BONDS ARE ISSUED BY Treasury dred and Minnie they could(contest were the order of the evening but my education comet the Board in any matter concerning the individual or our county. All shall be beard and justiceand
THE TREASURY VIA THE at the close of which refreshments from the Monitor. ."
fairness be
I hardly walk when they started given. At all times I shall be ready and desirous of talking with you and considering -
FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS ------ of cake and ice
tea were "The Monitor gives me ideal
tt back to town. If these "city slick- your views and wishes all matters of efforts will be
THEN SOLD TO THE PUBLIC k served. Sixteen ladies were pres- for my work. ." concerning public our county. My
t ers", as Mildred called them, would ent to again had for extra state funds for our farms to market roads and for building and repairing
BY ALL THE BANKS. : enjoy affair, and the 7 truly enjoy ill com
come to the country more often I! honoree received many lovely and pany. ." every foot of road in our county that i...P f-slble.

MORE THAN GOMuut j 1/ the novelty of country life would. useful gifts. Yon, too, will find the Monitor My services as Commissioner will be fair impartial and honest. I shall not favor one individual
soon wear off. I Friday night May 21, at 8:00 informative with complete world
or clique at the loss and
8OUGNT'S IIt expense of other individuals and citizens of our county. I shall be Just
HAVE tom I had gone to Fay's to gossip p.m. members of the Ninth Grade news. You will discover a con-
fair and impartial to all. The Board levys and rollects'OW' taxes and spends for the
class of the structive viewpoint in newt your money
ESE BONDS and SavvininalTH with some folks, and these folks Junior High School every
SINCE 1935.' Banks Re eetve Bank had just left when this husbandof will present a play, "Scary Hol- story. county. As a board member I.shall see that this money Is spent justly honestly, impartially and

r1/Y/111 SYN1N A I{ mine got out of a car and call- !low", in the school auditorium.This Use the coupon below for a special .' fairly and that every dollar spent will get for the people of the county a dollar's worth of value.

ed me. I lazily crawled out of my is a mystery comedy and if Introductory subscription I am a World War overseas combat veteran and have been an active member of my chorea since

Defense of our nation is every good citize.ns job. chair. By the time I got to the you enjoy mystery and fun mixed 3...months-....-.for...only.....13.Tht ..-.......... I was a boy and I am now active in church work.I .
together, be there.
gate, a stranger, met me at the Members of Cbrliliu Seine ....iI.. am profoundly grateful for your trust and confidence impossed in me in the past and If the
car with outstretched hands. By 0... iii..., Sl. Bxira 15. HIM, U.S. A.
We consider it a privilege and a pleasure to sell that time Jim introduced Mr. or let him have the shotgun. I PI.... Mud mt a lal'.''.....'' .......... Lord leads you to support me next Tuesday I will appreciate it and be forever gratefuL The Lord
did _
neither, but went Ixm U Tk Chriilu SCKBC .iI knows
on writing.He we now need courageous, honest and God fearing men in the handling of our county's money
Thomas from Green Cove 7t feiMt. I McloM fl.aij .
U. S. Bonds to the Springs
public started
help support our Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Lottie Veach, to school and was and business affairs. May the Lord bless each and every one of you and direct you to cast your
defense gone a few minutes, when Spot vote for E. L.
program. (LAWTO.V) CRAWFORD.
and Miss Mary Conway, retired barked (a.-)
and it was Jimmie, all
post-mistress of Green Cove. Miss
Conway and Mr. Strickland have out had of breath again. He said he World War Veteran, Legionnaire, Active Church Member, Courageous,
seen a big black thing in the ("."flU)
I known each other for many years. road digging and was afraid to Honest, Impartial, Experienced, Good Business Judgment, Dependable.VOTE .

The funny part of this is that go on to school. I went with him ... -
these had ) ( ...) FOR HIM MAY 25TH
people been visiting and and found dog tracks where the"bear" ( ) (.w *
had started home when de- I PB-lt
hii been. There was no 1 '- --- ...

a': FLORIDA BANK at STARKE cided this they. column wanted- each to see. week me. Theyread and "bear"except, dog no nothing tracks, to so be Jimmie seen. :"; _,."::;7 ;-:_-'_ :.o( +,' t9'j": : .- .-i ...,:-i't """" '"'--e---> : :;-C;;;...::'- .,>--;:>;;_

wanted to see what kind of went on to'school..

should I say animal writes it. After I got back to the house.

Member Florida National Group Well, their curiosity led them over the "bear" passed the mailbox; it;

I a rough see them.road, but we were gladto hound was Richard dog! Lang's big black Specials In Finished LumberThese

Betty Hickey and Sterling Johnson -
-- -
spent Saturday with us. Betty
insisted I go fishing with them.
We first went to Black Creek. rFRIGIDAIRE prices are delivered prices when order is one thousand feet or more.

You Can't Buy Screens Mr. Johnson caught one little,

perch, and I caught a nice little"cooter" All lumber is double end trimmed, eased edge, kiln dried, Florida Slash Pine; -

Then we went to Gum : THERE'S JUST ONE

For Cereal BowlsOnce Branch, and caught a bunch of I I"minnows" FRIGIDAIREMade moisture content of framing stock not to exceed 19% and board stock 12-1J1.

I decided I wanted I General
only by
some grits with mine, and fool
that I am 1 ate knowing full I Motors Corp. All other

1M veil they would give me a sick Electric Refrigerators are I PRICE LIST .
headache. I got the sick head- made by other companiesand

ache and missed services on Sun cannot use the word
day.We Frigidaire. R.r, 8 & IG 8 thru IG 18' 20'
noticed two weeks ago. 1 I

that we wrote the news for Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE 2xt $75 31 $80 M M $85 II $90 M2x6

Orange Park for the Green Cove I I $85 M $88 M $90 M Note: On Beams and framing over 20' add

paper. Must have been done in ? ? 2x8 $85 II $88 M $90 M $5.00 per M for every 2'. Small Timbers

,? 1 our there sleep and, know as we few have people never there.been THEN SEE 2xlO $90 :M $95 1\1 $100 M #2 Same price as Framing.

pecking Monday away morning at my while typewriter I was, IE. H. SMITH EXPOSED BEAMS IJI Common & btr. $100 M

I grandson Jimmie England dashed I t hi D.tS :/12 Bundles R.I S75 M (Add 55.00 per M for specified length)

m, all out of breath, and said he I Tenth and Temple Ave.I lx6 D.tS & CM :/i2 Bundles R-L $86 M (Add $5.00 per M for specified length)

tree had seen a squirrel in a pecan I I Starke, Fla. i hS DIS & CI 1J2 Bundles R.L $88 M (Add $5.00 per 31 for specified length)
wanted me to shoot it L -I !

v iJ.2 D C

Vote For. 1
I 6"VJ Bundled R-'L $95 M $115 M $140 31 Note: Add $5.00 per M for specified lengths

Those Germ Ridden Pests Are In It's Too Late I 8"YJ Bundled R-I. $100 M S120 M $145 M Note: Add $5.00 per M for specified lengths.

Far Better To I Dan W. Starling I 4"\"J Bundled R.L $80 M $115 M $135 M Note: Add $5.00 per M for specified lengths.

4"T&G. SM Bundled R-I. 380 M $115 M $135 M Note: Add $5.00 per M for specified lengths.

Seal Out Disease and DiscomfortWith : G" Nov Sdg. Bundled R.L $95 M 5115 M S135 M Note: Add $5.00 per )1 for specified lengths.

I 8" Nov Sdg. Bundled R-L S100 M $120 M $145 Jl Note: Add $5.00 per M for specified lengths.
{- For School BoardIn I

Snug Fitting Screen Doors and Windoics The Second Primary. May 25 I I We Stress Quality Production and a Uniform Well Manufactured Product .

We have a complete line of stock screens in all sizes. Home Owner. Tax Payer. A Resident of

Moderately priced for such excellent quality. _Tough, Bradford County for 40 years. I Please give us a call or come and see for yourself

rugged screening that will last a lifetime of summers. Interested in the development and improvement t

Screen up NOW pay later. Well estimate cost and of better school for our boys I

arrange easy ABC terms _ujt' and girls. SAN LEBRYDO LUMBER COMPANY'I

Will see that you get the most for your taxpayer's dollar in i I
better schooLIf

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLYPhone elected, I promise to serve you sincerely and honestly, givingthe GORDON R. SANDRIDGE, Manager !'

best of my ability and service at all times. PHONE: Orange Park 8-4672 MILL AT 3IIDDLEBURG

45 Washington St. at S. A.,L. Depot Your Vote and Support Deeply AppreciatedPd. (SAW MILL, DRY KILN. AND PLANING MILL)
Starke Fla.
( PoL Adv.) E

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_ F1UDAY. 31AY 21, 194. '

so1j Weed-Free Strawberries ProducedBy 75 StudentsOn Ira R. Corn Keystone Lions I Florida home folks were looking

after his interests.
:Dies In CaliforniaFriends Attend Convention

Mulching Beds With Sawdust Honor Roll i i| The Keystone Heights fire de-

N.E. W-S i here will, regret to Arthur Beckwith and Roy!' paL tment rescued Johns' house 0*

learn of the death of Ira R. Corn. Browning, the newly-elected and' Crystal Lake from a grass rut
j ,
Seventy-seven Bradford
By Bill Haas .. -- :students made the honor roll High for last Friday in Altadena. Calif.,i I retiring presidents respectively of!['I.!Wednesday night. The fire hal

U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION ,the fifth six-weeks grading period. where he had resided for the past the Keystone Heigh s Lions Club, j burned up to Johns' barbecue pit.

The seventh grade led other ten years. I I will attend the Lions State Convention and would have reached the house

SERVICE ) ''classes with" 18 of its members Mr. Corn was the husband of I I in Orlando this week.!I iif it had gone unnoticed

making the honor roll. the former Marguerite Shriver. Both men will be accompanied by

tI |I The seventh graders making the who is well known here, having their wives." 'Ii

The Coastal Bermuda grass on ing of sweet lupine seed. Zedra list:' are: Barbara Bates Sandra resided in Brooker and Starke for Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Altman and -

the F. F. A. and Bradford Soil states that he is well pleased with Carmichael, Jean Dugger, An- many years. Before moving to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Reaves will .. The miracle straagth e4f

Conservation District Nursery is the set up for planting lupine. He gelia Elder, Helen Kelly, James Altadena, Mr. and Mrs. Corn also attend the convention. L Trlplo.TelftlNrod' .'i of Good/tor 3Ir

ready to dig and transplant to feels that this method of seed I Ritch. D. Ritch Green, Charlene lived at Long Beach, Calif., where I !: All-Nylon CorcUlTha

farms of folks here in Bradford production will make sweet lupine I Hardy. Myrtle Lee William I Mr. Corn was engaged in the oil John's Lake Home I 'I
'. i extra mileage of a
t. I Moody. Elizabeth Prevatt producing business.He .
County. The Board of Supervisorsfeels seed available this fall at a 1 -
... \ thicker, tougher i trH41I
that Coastal Bermuda is a reasonable cost. .-. .t [ Ritch Winfred Tomlinson, was a Mason and Shriner.a Saved From Fire 1
C : __ -: I Cecelia McComb Maurice Over- member of the Altadena Rotary : Th.roodsiidweat.e
grass that will give good results :
street, Shi Anne Smith, Brenda I Club. and the Westminster Pres- Acting Governor Charlie Johns 1. maitarthlp aeilltA1
here in our county. They have set Tom Carey of Lawtey has I
Martin and George Patten. I II was in Southern Florida campaigning -i Skid trQrtkwlb
a charge of 25c a bushel for the request for a soil conservation : byterian Church. .'
The eighth graders are: Patricia I Wednesday but his north- ;
it farm His land lines have J.. A.1.
grass; you dig yourself. plan. I Alvarez Robert '' ..
Coastal Bermuda is an excellent been located on aerial photo : Cooper Virginia'I Pistol Club Holds I'' I 1 ItJ '
Judy Gandy, Gerald Gibson '
hay plant. In Georgia it has produced graphs and a request for a soil : [ Patricia Hobbs. Charles Matches Sunday i RE ELECT

over eight tons of hay per survey has been made. Noegel. Janice Reddish Gerta I ,

acre with heavy nitrogen appli- .. I Faye Thornton Patricia Pellum, I II II j The Florida State Prison Pistol I L. L. RENFROECOUNTY

cations. Over a five year period We were discussing a soil and I and Burge Searing. j Club will hold its first matches
Coastal Bermuda produced 278 water conservation farm plan with 1 The ninth I !
graders are: Martha I Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. and
pounds of beef per acre per year Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson While other Bradford County strawberry grocers can't find .(Brookins, Nancy Bates. Marvin each fourth Sunday thereafter. AI1'Nlon

When fertilized with 600 poundsof whose farm is located in the Long i their plants for the weeds at this time of year. R, <, Lloyd and his i Brown, Marilyn Cox, Alice Dodd j Matches are scheduled for all

0-12-6 every third year and 35 Bridge section, the other day. I young son (above) have no trouble at all. The d'.rerence: Lloyd I Emojean Hall, Tom Long, Mark classes from beginners to masters,

pounds of nitrogen per year. The George remarked, "I'm going to I mulched his berries with sawdust, whiih smothers weeds before thl'Yha'e I.Moore Gail Reddish, Sandra Tay- with awards being given to the CORD J

experts say don't plant Coastal turn under all the organic matter.I a chance to grow. Result: a field of berries that is as dean lor, Billy Torode, and Roger Williams. winners in each class.

.Bermuda unless you intend to fertilize : know my soil needs organic I DoubleEagle
now as it was in January. Louie L. Wainwright, presidentof
It matter." Mrs. Anderson was I The 10th graders are: Pearson .
the invites
'I -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the TelegraphA club. any white
standing there and she stated I ,Cox, Jackie Hobbs William Home
I Katherine citizen who is over 18 years old I
Hamilton, a Bradford I that there will be no burning of I Johns, Constance Jones, to join the association and to I ,
Roy E. Lloyd tilization about six weeks after|Judy Ellington Barbara Matchett, I
Soil Conservation District Super fields on their farm. year ago. I I participate in the matches.

visor, has returned from Wiscon- \I I whose farm is 'on Crawford Road, setting out the plants; and 200 1 Billye Sanders, Ina Stem Elizabeth -! He said that annual dues are I COMMISSIONERBradford : with the new

sin where he the Basic soil conservation farm west of Starke tried a crop of i ilbs. of fertilizer and 200 lbs. ofI Tatum, and Eulie Rushton. I
supervised plant- I plans were delivered to .tax I strawberries. and didn't make I cottonseed meal just before mulch-I The 11th graders ar '. T. J. Alderman $5.50 per year, for which the mem-j County :H quiet *
I ber receives a copy of the American -i
ALL TYPES OF Peuker of Hampton, M. Lettermah enough to pay for plants and fertilizer -,jinsr. Incidentally. Lloyd tried a I Johns Tracy Jones Colley, Jacquelyn Rifleman's magazine each i 1-He is the leading Candidate! "velvet rldo't
this he mulched with split test on the last fertilization. j Kelly, having gotten the largest tote t
whose is located south of : year i ,
PEST CONTROL place I' I Robert Humphries, Barbara Mc- month and It chance to compete in) '
town sawdust and results were a great ; To part of the patch he applied in the First Primary. I
on Highway 301. and C. A. ;Comb Barbara Prevatt, Sue Sip- the National Rifleman's Association Goodyear'5 exclusive Tri- '!

Griffis whose farm is on the deal better. /J 2-3 fertilizer and 1-3 cottonseed ;relle, Donald Slade, Bernice Thomas matches I, 3-He is experienced hating had i pie-Tempered TAn-- (
Griffis Lloyd who came to Bradford : meal; to the rest of the patch, he I : three and one-half the
TERMITESHousehold loop. | Martha Winkler Bud Lawson years on Nylon Cord makes this
two from applied equal amounts of fertilizer
County years ago i and Board of County Commissioners -
I Freddy Johns. the finest tire money can
Commercial Pa. had some experience and cottonseed meal. .1
Bloomsburg, and now Chair- I
serving as
The seniors
are: Levy Canova, i buy. Ingenious new
GROVE SPRAYING in raising berries before ; The yield from his plants has 'Jimmie man.
w.c.T.u. Cole, Nancy DuPre, Janice I v "Safety Silencers" practically -
After his first been satisfactory, Lloyd said.
Call for estimate .he settled here. ( very Dansby. Chispa 3-1ft. N
Easterhng. Mary quiet. dignified, honest I eliminate
I he decided to try mulchingthe I He has picked a crate 1.000 annoying
:failure per Julia i Futch, Annette Green Pamela and humble but not in ,
Florida Pest Control TUB IIAXD THAT LIFTS THE lacking squeal on turns. See
way folks did up North, with plants as a rule, and has been Fay Lawson.
I CUP THAT "CHEERS". SHOULD i Wayne Mat- courage.: I l 1i the new. improved Double -
& Chemical Co. sawdust.He 1 picking since January.He chett, Lucille McRae, Martha
NOT BE USED TO SHIFT TIlE| I -He is in favor of and will -: % Eagle at firstopportunity.
support your
2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6033 hauled 18 truck loads of saw- has' not had murh trouble I iLandrum and Ona Stem.Manning. .
GEARS. i iI the County better
i Hospital. .
: dust to his patch of 6,000 plants. I' leaf-spot; it has been more I
Gainesville Fla. I
(SUNSHINE MAGAZINE.) roads, better schools, bet-
I and, using a wheelbarrow trun- noticeable in the area':.which received -
1 Charley DiedIn ti-r old care and assistance
dled the mulching down the rows. I the least amount cotton- I age ,
._ ,, ., aid to the blind and
= ="-.I -" = 1 fln He applied the sawdust in a heavy seed meal. Gainesville Monday dependent

band on top of the bed. arid then I Lloyd also set out a small patch I children.

\INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE la'er worked it in around the of Missionary plants on land which Ii i Charley Manning, 70. retired !5-He helie\es in holding the tax .

; plants. His goal was to have the"was not limed. Results in this : Lawtey fanner died in a Gainesville rate down and In getting a dol .

i iI mulch 2 1-2 inches deep which case were disappointing. I hospital Monday following a I II lar's worth of !service or supplies : .

would later settle to a depth of I' A bulletin "Wood Chips for the short illness. His funeral was for each dollar spent.

I I two inches. I Land". published by the Soil Con- I held Tuesday at the Highland CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SOX j 6-H > has cooperated with the

This mulching of sawdust was i nervation Service, describes the Baptist Church with Rev. E. C. other Commissioners in conducting ,

I applied at the time of the last : practice of mulching with wood I Harvey presiding. He was buried about this question the meetings of the :

RADIO I fertilization. Months later as is I chins or sawdust. It states that i in the Highland Cemetery.He i Board in a smooth, quiet orderly -
The monthly income from j
evident in the picture shown. I "farmers have found that wood is survived by his WIfe. myhusband's manner. I tI

AND weeds and grass are scarce. I in mulches helps improve soil I Mandy Johns Manning of Lawtey, life insurance was I 7 He wants I :
of the
Picking is easily done. as it is I structure and produces better eight children, a brother, and two enough to live on 10 years j County to have a voice in :.. .. \., ::1

TELEVISION I not necessary to hunt for the crops." It refutes the belief that sisters. ago, but the inflated living ; County affairs and invites I

fruit. The plants have a good wood "makes soil sour", but ad- His daughters are: Mrs. Florry costs have forced me to accept comments and recommendations. -: Trade r/ghf-awo// .

color and are loaded with fine. mits that the wood-rotting process Moore of Lawtey Mrs. Sidney charity. Would a man have .

Sales big berries. At the market, many causes a temporary loss of nitro- Bell Martin of Titusville, Mrs. to double his insurance since i we're paying top
8-'f von will I tnow L. L. (Leon) .
--.l.l I Inens Deople exclaimed that they had I gen. This can be overcome, the Rheba Perry of Orlando and :Mrs. 1940 to provide the same pro Rrnfroa better will have prices for old h'resf "

____ and Service "never before seen such fine berries bulletin claims by using addi- Lottie Mae Davis of Blackwelder, you
tection ?
today confidence in him will
sssssssssflSSSSflflSSSSSS StSSrrSS _S S rip at this time of the year.." tional nitrogen in the fertilizer. Okla. and you

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke' Florida I; The good condition of his plants Complete details on the practice His sons are: Cecil of Orlando. tote for him on May 25. i GOODMAN'SiSERVICE

--a-- -. I however. cannot entirely be attributed can be obtained in the bulletin Edward of Lawtey, Ted of Max- LEASE GO TO TIlE POLLS
: ----------- II Johns&SonAgency
I to the sawdust mulching. I obtainable by writing USDA. Soil ville. and Sidney of Oklahoma.His Charley TUESDAY MAY ZStlfc' And VOTE; STATIOI !

Lloyd had his soil tested by Coun- Conservation Service, Washingtont brother Raee is from Jack- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

ty Agent George Huggins, and the t D. C., and asking for leaflet sonville and his sisters, Mrs. I,I I SEEBER D. GOODMAN
Sell It Rent ft Trade It Vote For OneL.
recommendation was that 1.500'No. 323. Zettie Padgett and Mrs. Bettie II I L. BENFROE (X) U. S. 301

Ibs. of lime per acre be applied. | In the meanwhile, many Bradford Norman are both of Highland. I At South City UmitsFEATUREBYFEATURE

Lloyd applied 200 Ibs. of hydratedlime i County berry growers who Manning was a resident of Phone 13 Starke, Fla. (Pd. PoL Adv.) i

TO A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED! before making up his beds. 'have used pine straw and wire'i, Lawtey for the past 22 years. He aa.a&- &SAAS&Aa- a ---

He fertilized as follows: 200 Ibs grass for mulching through the:was born in Clay County on Octo- j

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place \of 4-7-5 before setting out the years are watrh'nsr Mr. Lloyd's ber 29. 1883. I j

plants: 200 Ibs. as a second fer experiment with interest. Pall Bearers were Everett Load-,
holtz Harry Wilkinson, William -
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c Pendarvis, Colonel Yarbrough.Mann ,


msde by DeWitt C. Jones Funeral



ah ers Leave TownAt

FOIl SALK--Hood quality baby beef
I for home freezer Slaughteredand Mayor's Orders

A. J. Thomas Starke, Fla. delivered to cooler. Reasonably <1 stinghouse
I priced. Doyle E. ConnerTo R Wainwright
Mayor J. gave
HAS I *"* :8tchg: S 21 choose we
four Porto Rcan laborers a chanceto
FOR SALE FOR SALE Gas stove and refrigerator. By Geo. T. Hoggins leave town this week rather
I : T kitchen chairs vacuum '. .
t-3 bed room roaerrte block and bedroom suit Mrs Kate ; County Agent !'than face a sentence for dis-
dwelliBK; la Slarke. ".s4b0.aqdoin Murphy, lit :2. Box 145 Stark. $ ;
pavraeat: balyarr *4W 00 I :2tp 5 21 1 1I I Agricultural Extension Service orderly conduct in police court.
per _o.t". i I The laborers were escorted to
I FOR SALE-Some mixed Hereford I the bus station Wainwright -j IAUNDIO
lair.and .
S* (
rfceloe lula
2 I poraer
i 4 and 5 Hanest Started for better market. In
CUH.S )'rs. old. Breed to Sweet Corn a many :
Seteath Mrrrtu la Marke, I registered Angus bull, also nulk I, I and the Starke police.
*2. 00.00. and A few growers are harvestingcorn :ases, it is more profitable to
I cows some registered Angus I and they purchased tickets foi
heifers, cows and bulls. J. this week. Their reports narket hogs at a lighter weight I
lUnehem farnin. ma.
White, Ht. :2, Box 73, Starke. 11'1 New Jersey.
trim aereaK; .and folmg buajBeH I :! from other growers about pricesis when feed is not too plentiful eventtnelr'

conecru.For not encouraging. Our only hope and there seems to be a down-,| month. Time spent at those meetings .w ---- -

theke and otber bargains i... I APARTMENT. bath living FOR room.RENT kitchen-Bedroom : is that better prices and a victorious trend in prices. One: factor that I is enjoyable and helpful to ..- -, Bfor yov buy-makt a (. tvro- y-l.afwteomporitoa .

A. J. THOMAS I front Walnut ponh St. Mr.s. F. M. Long 403 lip election each will soon be usually makes hog production ; those who attend. Outside speakers :-; __ with any oUr woW...

here and make us all happier. Dr. profitable is proper feeding and : are often with us and thereis
IM Temple ,,,.. Telepboae 214Slarke "'un lVgg S.-\LE-\Iale Shaller. phone Chihauhau%119-W Mr or*. F. S. Jamison who spoke to a market early. A recent test conducted ,' always a good session of ex- %, : -'-._ ,-

Florida I ..KO. i' hpnherd'v TV Shop Itch: group of farmers at the Rotary for a period of 100 days chan 'ng ideas among the mem t..** \;;

luncheon last week used a price showed that pigs fed only corn bers. One of the many projects

RADIOS REPAIRED i 1 FISH Ciant BAIT and -Red Live wiggler gray worms.crickets 3 I only for a comparison to cost. gained only 35 pounds. Other:underway by the State Association \ sc.M'b\ Q

All Hake All Model I Look miles for north of Starke on 301. Some growers understood that he pigs fed protein supplement with now is organizing a pro ""am
sign on right. George
Reasonable raarae nuaraateedC1IA& I Ellis. 3tp 6/4 was making a prediction of low the corn averaged a gain of 193 to increase beef consumption Of .. ii
fIlS W. t'all .... olarke Ph. stll ,I prices. That was not his inten- pounds. | course, this will be helpful tr am ... .,
FOR HE\T-l'nfurnishf'd: five roomhIot'k I S : -S "Y' Handy for load. Automaticallymeasures
tion and we all hope that prices] selling beef. A strong Asscx-i! -
bungalow. shower, I Shade For Cattle one
WANTED Experienced waitress.No I screen I : ::: : ing, unloading. amount
night or Sunday work. Apply porch and car port. nice location will be far above any suggested 1! I ation can carry on a strong; pro : Weighs exact size of water to match
$55 per month. Phone 137. Mrs. According to an old song, Mad- ,
Suggs lie&uurant, "'Euldwin 3 tchg PU a/21 I I 1>. E. Knight. Itch? by him. I I dogs and Englishmen go out into I I'I gram. How about you coming of each load. size of load.

29 mature Insects and disease have been into our local Association. '
FOR SAlEacres.
FOR RENT Two bedroom the Midday Sun, but this doesn'tapply
pecan trees. Ideal for subdividing -i i worse this year than usual. There' Soy Bean Interest Is Increasing
Trailer Park some young j unfurnished Apply Express Of- 'I to English breeds of cattle. :
or II
fice or call 8!>. that wormfreecorn Q 4.m; .
timber. Located 4 mile from I itchgI is proof again Most It is very likely that we will
of our cattle will" stay in
City limits out right of New from a : I
I FOR SAL"ic't': fat hens does not come using have close to 500 acres of Soybeans .L.
stewing I
HUnding ri.ad Write Box 252. the shade during the hot parts of
". SI each. Miss Kate Struth. \V. ..t high percentage dust. The appli- I in Bradford Counts
Ij>ke ruv or ,1It'\ !-\\ Stp 5/21 I the planted .
Madison. day if give them a I --
I Itchg :'cation of the dust is the secret you within the next month. About _ '-.--- :;:: niXIIU COHTlOt AM-TUMIU ACTON
Five furnished I chance. It has been that) .. .
FOR KENT- room proved -
FOR SALE Shallow: well One I Ii the Start, stop, or reGmt1, yet thor
h"-use on Highway 301 across I porno to preventing worms. grower 175 acres will be planted to -
enod running; condition. H. Erious i they will graze better and be : peat any part of ough.Drains dirty
from Morgan Barber Shop. C. feels certain that strong wind New Jackson variety and these ..
1-etsch lit 2, Box 51. tf I Road 16. Kingsley LakeItp I more thrifty, if provided shade I II j washing cycle at wash and rinse
I following one or two showers prevented natural will be for seed supply. The other any time. And waters away from
during the hot summer. If I
LET'S GO FISHING I FOR RENT-Five room furnished i a thorough application of I olantingrs: will be probably some you have 3 watertemperatures. clothes, never
TIlKfHK IUTINU l> shade is not available it might
LAKE LOCHLUOSiIllark apartment large screened porch I dust and that was just enoughto I i iI ( Roanoke. but mostly the Clemson ,i through them.
car i>ort. all electric kitchen Two I ibe well worth your time to put' Wash Everything-Even New Miracle FabricsCLiANER..IAfER..uun
lia.i'i. Speckled Perrh. Shell down into i will
let the worm get non-shatter. Most of these |
i adults with Also four
(Tracker lilac (illUOMK .i no pets. I few that will be six Hen odu Itatwtt Cit
posts '
a an .
: up I ; j
TO I room furDl"hed.hus4! available the silk. We know that high be fofeed.. Soybeans can be
j June 1. Mr E J. I to feet few
)NORM1VS FISH CiMPWe I Dowling. Sr should be for quality eight high, put a | n'anted late June 15th. An You select low temperature minimum wash
'j-7 W r.t11 St Phone 113-J Itchg"FOR prices paid as as may SLANTING FRONT.Designed for your con
Hate FUhermaB a.r: >lkl K; For The i products. If you have been makingan strips across the top and throw: application of three or four hund- time for miracle fabrics-hot temperature, venience. No bending, stooping, lifting.

tf/rhK S.U.JP"'at vines, $350 per in i some brush on top to provide:, longer wash periods for heavy, dirty clothes .
thousand. effort to eliminate worms red pounds of something like a SELF-CLEANING.Cleans itself-aediment
cut them. Bill
1! I .>n>.. Heilbronn Springs._lip your corn you should continue i shade. Some experimental work I II 3-12-12 fertilizer woud! be helpful I and all come out sparkling clean.! and lint are flushed away.
I beef
has done in
tI \\ULJ.1"Ol'R 'FuR LF.-Hou" IS x 24 to l.e that effort until harvest. Too been checking unless they are planted fo'- WARRANTY. Guaranteed to be free from
<'(TILl SALES) "NU HOGS moved $:00. Store shelving. 2 x I' much has already been done to i gains where conditions of the lowing a crop that was well Make WaJxby Co
t.lte Onk- rarbedneodar- 1 6. used l.ake lumber Road. reasonable.Box 454. Kings.lev stop now. ''I cattle and the pasture were the fertilized. They need no fertilizerif America's Favorite Laundry Twins unconditionally guaranteed for five funIdentically
<;a.ie'iIIc K.nrh PrIdabtlt _lip I
same, except for shade. Providing years.
Hog Production Increasing planted following vegetablecrops. _ styled to the f
R5'T-pt. Vo. 1 Three comfortable ,FOR. r-'RENT> F--iMt: -Furnished Shop. Temple house Ave.Mar-Itp Good prices that are being paid! a shade was worthwhile. Shade Soybeans might make you Laundromat, is the Westinghouse CORROSION and RUST RESIST ANT, New
furnished rooms and bath. folksto !I is a'so! helpful to hogs. I Electric Clothes DryerwitheiclusivehandyLoading patentedsynthetic finish ends worry about t
for feed
electric kitcht-n. air conditioning FOR RENT: -Two herhoom nicely hogs are causing many a good crop or cover crop r rust or corrosion."you I:
if desired, Fhady lawn. Adults. furnished house with window fan. increase production and do a I i Cattlt'mt'n'ssSOt'iat1on Needs You following your vegetables.
Mrs I.. !of. 'lark. Rt. I. Box !-C. H F Mundorff. cor. Christian and better job. Recent figures from ; Our local Association would Have Your Cows TestedDr. Door Shelf,Way Dry Dial '
East Starkr. I mile from Call St. 1'.--... <: h itohg Singing Signal, direct air ;.::-::; : !- :,-- =
bridge on Ilessant Rd. tfchg the Department of Agriculture :like to have a record membership Frank Delaplane. veteri- i'f. '
flow system. See them DOW :=: : : '
FOR SALE-Zenith Radio-combinx- I indicate that there will be about;, during 1954. If you are one narian with the Bureau of Animal .. -- .
FOR HE Furnit-hed apartment.one I t'on model living room chair .
!who is the Florida Cat-
bedroom and glaxfed-ln sleeping I fl"nr lamp. Hollywood bed with 110 per cent increase in pigs next receiving Industry, will be here Tuesdayand $URE..iFn'"VstinrflOU$ '
porch large living room. I table and chair. Very reasonable. i fall If prices continue good, the : tleman but have not paid your Wednesday of next week CAM BE Q
kitchen and dinnette 42$ South Mrs Rivera 326 Walnut St.. uotsirs. -
St. or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe. I ftp t Increase will" continue into the ,11954 membership dues of $5.00 testing cows for Bang's disease.

tf j spring. This will depend largelyon you will not receive the magazine Calves between five and eight

FOR SA1X Sweet potato draws 10. ,POT houso HF\T-'l'wn: cor ('.'urc1 bedroom. and furnished Washington the 1954 feed crop in the corn :' after this month. Receiving months of age can be vaccinatedto SISTftUNK FEED & SEED

per I eo. Itoy Lloyd. Rt. I, Sox Sts. Gladys Harrington. producing area. Hogs always make the magazine is not the important prevent this disease. Let us COMPANY
HeilbronnSprings. Itn
Lawlry near
._ 2tp 521: i'' \ good crop and one that "in ;( thing. Some 35 Bradford know if you would like for him to

POWER LAWN MOWER f' r rm i 'ake advantage of a good market County Cattlemen meet togetherthe test or vaccinate your animals. PHONE 39 I,
FOR KENT-L'nfurnifched house. In- ox '1. hour at Tm>'s !Serlor Nation I STARKE
a little larger waiting last in each The FLA.
quire at Bus Station. tf T..mple.t' tfohg grow Friday evening service is free. .

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